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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti J l Jjt- 4 illtbnent Ttflniflti nflI IiVOL XVIII NO 238 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 2 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK I4r llegiste TQJ1ightwwwwww eQlls are Open Until Nipe Oclock i9 I f NEED SUNSHINE FOR HORSE SHOW 1 1Thatis the Only Element ofr Success Now Doiildliil S 1S I I Just a Kcw Itays Toiuornur Will Tut jlic Ring In Most Excellent Condition ciast ENTRIES I ilWHI4 Mark Ilnrkl r It itlll rains Is dark Hut lic horsce are coming to town Defying and as If In a spirit of I contempt rr the Ungracious ele 4t meets Oho Horse Show association Is putting the flnlshlnu touches to tho detalisVof the horse show With I every expectation that from sumo where n few rays of sunshine may come tomorrow and last the balance of tho week and thus usuure tlio one thing that Is lucking now to make tho show a great success In every particular favorable weather Today horsemen are coining In with their strings and engaging qtiirtor ut tho fair grounds whero all horses will bo located E II llalty of Murray who was so suc cessful last year brought In a bunch of tevonteon horse this meriting and 1from the commonU of the wjso ones 1 he will again carry off sonic of the best premiums In the string aro Rarflcld a surrey t horse Martin combination hono Gold Dust saddle horse Bird A light harness entrIMend II a pacing roadster and several other entriest PItJ Farley W M1 Mason nnd S n Maya of Murray also send In coma promising looking entries oo Dosvoll Hayes of Mayllcld b have somo candidates that look Well chief of which Is Dr Knox who has J token tho first prlrcu In every event 1 In which ho has boon entered tho past I two wagons Chester Daro and several other top notchcrs are among theme Barham G Son of Milan shipped n string this morning which will bo In I tomorrow The rains of this week ore Ills couraging to tho promoters but they way that If tho win will shine tomor row for only a fow hours the grounds will bo In excellent condition Tiicy are rolling and drain quickly and d with mho work tho association lIs do lag today and will do tomorrow too morrow night they will bo In flee 1 ahnpeSIArrangomonta for the convenien ces nf the patroua are being made today and by tomorrow everything nlll have been arranged There already aro a number of yU ItorH In the city and tomorrow willI see a big Infiuwuf them t Tho seating arrangements In tho grand stand will bo ample to tako10 care of the patrons and tho assocla lion law n few moro boxes for sale The women of Grace Episcopal church have the refreshment con I ccsilons at the horse show and are t t arranging to sorvo hot coffee choco late and substantial as well as Ices It desired In tho most attractive manner Twenty charming girls of the younger society sot will walt on tho patrons during the evening I Will Illow Up Conch Kingfisher Okln Oct 2The I 81110 lug oar of Jho tock Island pa- Rt I monger train which plunged Into Clmmnron river near Dover Septum It 11 ber 18 will bo blown up with dyni I Ii mlto The bodies of several losers are believed to be In tho coach the J Interior of which IB Innccessabte on uccoifiit of tho water J I I 11Iant Anny B owes St Louts Oct 2A rush order Cubafto was received at the d t1 yards today from tho qunrtermns i tters department I Ic s Deeds FlltllIf Andrew P Humburg to William Fy1 Englert propefty In the Harnhau addition 1800- Margarut Arts to D G Murroll property near Twentieth and Clay streets U and other consideration O W Lee and others to S E Allen property In the county 1200 CIRCUS QUARTERS Burned With Animal Work of Re vrngc Geneva 0 Oct 2Waller Mains circus quarters were burned to the ground thIB morning An unknown man Ilost his life The flro was in ccndlajirYosterday there was trou hlo ayong tho men somo claiming they had not been paid All the show animals excepting a bear and four tlephantB and three horses were cro mated MANY DESERTIONS I JROM RUSSIAN NAVY Three Ships of The Black Sea Fleet Without Men Report Made by Olllcrr Who Deserted mitt Escapedi to Calatz Cruelty Iimllml PEASANTS HIIOUT PEASANTS Ituiyucwt Roiima Out 21Vholo sale dueortluns from tho Russian Black sea fleet lire reported by an officer of the Russian navy himself a deserter who arrived at Calatz According to tho otllccr so ninny sail ors have deserted that three war ships were loft practically without men for weeks Awful Brutality of C wuirkf- lKherson Russia Oct 2 sine tytevcn peasants wen tried hero today on a chargo of having devastat ed the estate of M Krlvesheln for morljiimlnUtorOf railroads Sixty three wore sentenced to imprison ment and 21 acquitted Tho trial brought out a recital of the horrible atrocities committed by tho authorities upon the accused peasants The chief of the district accompanied by a detachment of Cossacks reached mho estate soon nf tcr the devastation and nil peasants there wore at once gathered In No Investigation was made Tho chief In vited prletts to administer tho last sacrament of the church to the prls oners and then ordered the Cossacks to beat them all to death The butchery continued lor four hours and 21 peasants wore killed nnd 135 mutilated mho Cossacks I then thoroughly tired out compell cd the peasants to continue flogging one another nnd mon had to beat their own brothers nuns and fathers Tho victims thus slaughtered were innocent and thosu really guilty es caped by night r SLOWLY REGISTRATION IS PROGRESSING IN ALL PRECINCTS Eftilmatcd That About OneThird of tho Vote Is Represented flush Tonight 1 From Indications the registration will bo light today but nothing can definitely bo told until after tine polls closo at 0 odockIThis afternount press time an average of onethird hAd registered At the north aide of the court house 40 out of 125 had registered AtI the south side No 2 40 out of 75 had registered and at tho south side of the court house No 1 only 25 I out of 140 Other precincts report about the same Sao r This morning many officers oreI not on hand and at several pro clnets voters could not register This kept laboring men from regis boring and after supper llIs expected a rush will come o- nT I It Iis the dally average clrru I lation of n newspaper that the I shrewd advertiser Investigates I Jtlih Water days dont count Tho Suns dully average last month wis 8040 4- oo OVER THOUSAND PLEDGED TO COME I I List of the Cities and Number From Enclt The Immigration Convention Round- Up Shows Vliiit limns Been Done In Advance KVKHV SECTION IUWI I g fBU1 To give an Idea of tho Interest shown In the Immigration convention Inaugurated by the Paducah Com mercial club over 1200 delegates will be In attendance at the conven tion on Thursday and Friday The mayor of Marlon lion J W Blue appointed a delegation of twenty and Thomas H Cochran president of the CrltttiUden Commercial club of Marion has appointed a delegation of ten making thirty from Marlon The mayor and president of the Com mercial club say the delegation will bo considerably In access of this numberFrom Murray lion E A Hushes mayor has appointed 100 delegates and a recent visit there has shown that their delegation will be over one hundred strung Following are the delegations The Kuttawa Commercial club VO the citizens of Benton H Masons Mill 75 Melber 25 Clinton 1C Birmingham 8 Princeton 15 Wickliffe CO EddyvlMe 14 heights 20 Bayou 10 Joy 5 Carrsvllle 3 Plnckneyvllle 7 Ulrdsvllle 4 Cal vert City 9 Smlthland 55 May- field 22 Oscar 11 Salum 3 i hHamp ton Si Kevll GO Mllburn 20 Graves county 58 Tlllnc 3 Cairo 25 La Center 38 Darlow 40 Lone Oak 30 Metropolis 100 State Line 30 Ilardwcll 5 Lamasco 4 Albany 3 Dexter 2 State board of agriculture and statistics 8 Louisville Commer cial club 5 Ida Ky 10 Bowling Green 5 Henshaw and Paducah 200 HEART BREAKER WAS THIS TOO ABDEXT CLERIC OK BIG DEMOCRATS r Woodsons Parkers nnd TnltnrtI Man Arrested for Marrying Too Much 2EugengBagwell C a charge of bigamy who under the alias of John J Brown Is said to have tampered with tho Affections of about a hundred young and Innocent women hereabouts while he served as confidential secretary of exJudge Alton B Parker Is recovering from the Injuries he received by leaping headforemost from a Broadway oar In a desperate effort to escape this captors and will begin to light extra dition tomorrow Armed with the Indictment the sheriff of Oswego Kas has started for this city to get the prisoner Tho rapidity with which Bagwell under the cognomen of Brown coud woo and win tho gentler sex as Indi cated by his great collection of rove letters was something remarkable A glance a brief chat and n love mis slvo was nil that Brown seemed to need to capture a heart He first obtained a clerical position In tho WetitlnghouBo companys ofllco and laterheldl positions with Tom Taggert Urey Woodton and Judge Parker COTTON MANUFACTURERS In EiiKlandi May Kalsf Price of Their Product London Oct 2 Probability of a shortage In the cotton crop In Amer lea Is causing much anxiety among manufacturers here The price of manufactured articles are to be raised accordingly Sunnier Sail New York Oct 2The transport Sumner sailed from Brooklyn today with 90O regulars for Cuba It will I bo the first detachment of the Ameri Sumnerlalsogineers Revolutionists Active Laredo Texas Oct 2Tho cus toms guard at Nuevo Laredo Mexico received orders to provide them selves with horses for mounted sore ice at once Five hundred soldiers are being sent there It Is reported that 5kO revolutionists are In the vi daily Eighty mire armed MCRACEEN FISCAL COURT MEETS TODAY Will Choose Keeper of Poo Farm Tomorrow County Commissioner lis n Poult loll Sought By Three Applicants Now I UKPOIITS WILL UK ifECElVED Fiscal court mot this morning and adjourned until 130 oclock this afternoon to give the finance committee time to audit opts This mourning a motion was adopt ed to elect a poor farm keeper and county commissioner tomorrow morning at 10 oclock There are fully 30 applicants for the former posltlgn There are three applicants for the latter position Magistrates Charles Emery and J IL Burnett and R J Barber the present Incum bentThe sheriff will report tomorrow and until hodoeWho treasurer and commissioner of the funds will be unable to report Court Notes Marlah F Hart waived right to qualify as administratrix of the es tate of the late George O Hart and on motion of heirs George B Hart was made administrator I Throe More Liens Three more mechanics lhens were lllcd In county court yesterday afternoon late by creditors of the Itch kopf Saddlery company They are Rex Imperial Leather company 518 Woelfel Leather company 185 Recorrcy Stirrup company U055 I In Bankruptcy Today In the bankruptcy court W MI Gold In tho case of W M1 Ander son both of MarrJiall county filed a lPetition to enforce d lien on the homestead for a debt of JlOOJ Ref eree Dagby Issued an ordor for Anderson to appear and show cause why he should not pay tho claim FIVE DOLLARS v FINE AGAINST SENATOR DAMP BELIi FOR CONTEMPT r f Haiti the Omit and Prosecutor Were There to Dcfeiid tho Ire Trusti It cost Senator Wheeler Campbell 5 for making a charge against the court and prosecutor while defend ing Ed Vasseur and Herman Wil liams accused of knowingly receiv lug and disposing of Ice tickets stolen from the H 4PeUer lIce company Ho tried to show that the buys secured the tickets to benefit the public by selling them at a rate lower than H A Potter the owner did Tho court broke In on some of his argument and the attorney re plied that ho understood the prose cuting attorney and court were there to protect the Ice trust Five dollars fine for contempt of court II Judge Puryear promptly announced and leaned back In his chair to hear the remainder of the argument Sirs Maggie Nunnemachcr of South Fifth street hRS returned home from a three months visit to her mother In Rutherford TenD JOURNEY TO METROPOLIS IS A PLEASANT OCCASION I SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Threatening weather or rain will not affect time holding of the linmlwatlon convention In Paducah Comfortable quarters have hecii provided for the meeting place and nit delegate will be properly ami canfully Klieltcred rain or shine Lot no man who de siren the progress of western Kentucky remain mvay from the convention Thursday nnd Friday of this week lint nil come and us silt 115 to perfect nn organization tot the benefit of nil the people of this section 0 r PADUCAIl COMMERCIAL CLUB AMERICAN WINS BEATS TIm FRENCHMEN FIYINO THROUGH AlIt Nextt nip May Be Mutlo la America Say Parisians Wfin 1 the ShowingWOIlfltilltI Paris Oct 2Unltell States here after Is a quantity to bo reckoned with In aeronautics This Is the ver dict following the victory of Lieutenant Lahtn In the balloon race for the Gordon Bennett cup There Is talk owing to Lahms great showing that the next balloon race should bo held In America BANDITS RECRUITED FROM RANKS OF CUBAN INSURGENTS 1 Crucial Period In Occupation of Cuba has Been Reached1 by United States Havana Oct 2Now Is tho cru cial period In the American occupation of Cuba In the next few days It will bo determined whether the United states will bo able to occupy the Island peacefully or engage In guerilla warfare with hundreds of former Insurgents now turned bandits Indications are that many rebels asked to lay down their arms will take to the woods and mountains and support themselves by highway robbery Knowing this Governor Taft has proceeded cautiously In his moves being made about dltmrmont of rebels sad disbanding of Insur gent armies Delay no longer Is pos Bible Tho insurgents must bedls banded and sent home before pro gross Is made In reestablishing Cu ban stability MORE NURSES JtARE NEEDED AT RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL NOWT + 1 New Staff of Surgeons =feud Physic hans Elected nt Electing of timee Directors1 j The board of directors of Riverside hospital selected another visiting staff of physicians yesterday after noon u servo through October and November as follows Surgery Frank Boyd J D Robert son medicine W C Eubanks and S P Pulllam obsUjrlcs Dr Della Caldwell Bonito urinary Dr L L Smith oar eye nose and throat Dr Reynolds These will giv their services to the hospital free In tho public wards according to promise when tho hos pital bond issue was agreed on bIthe legislative boards Dr Frank Boyd was directed to go to Louisville to procure nurses the business of the Institution being on i rapid Increase I Miss Clara Burger who lives with her aunt Mrs Win May pf street Heft today for Tabamah JonolljI j to visit her pareits BOTTOM UPWARD THREE LARGE SAILING VESSELS WERE SIGHTED Each Carried a Cray of at Ixast 4 Twelve hut No Sign of Life Was Seen Norfolk Oct 2Caphtin Mac Darmld of the British steamship Darlcydalo reports having seen three large sailing vessels turned bottom upward wt sea each vessel carried a crew of oat least twelve No sign of life was anywhere but there was much floating wreckage The names of the vesflels could not be seen SMITH ARRESTED MORMON LEADER SIlnWIVES LIVING Waived Preliminary IExamination nod AVns itecosiilzeil After Being Held Over Salt Lake City Utah Oct JJose- ph F Smith president of the Mor mon church was arrested and bound over to time district court today on a charge of living unlawfully with five wives The complaint was sworn to by a Mormon deputy sheriff and was served by tho order of a Mormon sheriff and the committing magistrate Is also a Mormon Smith was released Immediately after his arrest and waived prellmin I nry hearing After being boundbVon he was released on his own recogniz ance Smith reached here two days ago on his way from Europe He then learned that an attempt had been made to secure his arrest for statutory offenses la connection with the mirth of his fortythlrd child POWERS CASE CONTINUED AT REQUEST OF COMI MONWEALTHS ATTORNEY ft J No Objection UndoI By Counsel for Defendant Tills Makes Fourth Trial t Georgetown Ky Oct 2Thec- ase of tho commonwealth against Caleb Powers charged with com plicity In the Goebel assassination was called In the circuit court this morning and tho commonwealths attorney stated that ho had made no preparation for the trial this term ofi court There being no objection from tho defense the case was con tinued Powers has been tried three limes being sentenced to llfq Im prisonment twice and death once 1V Iy Thhlerhreatetilug With occnsiolmlylmowers tonight amid Wednesday Time hlghet temperature renclnsil yesterday wan 01 and thu lovest today wns 00 ENTERTAINMENT 1 ACROSS THE RIVER I Enjoyed By Paducah Business- Men Last Night Community Interests Between Two Cities Denned By This Social Visit i COHDIAL RECEIT1ON OVEN i Staff Correspondence Elbert Hubbard has delighted thousands with his Little Journeys but It may be wagered that the trip of fortysix Paducah business men to Metropolis last evening which Mr F L Scott arranged and named a Little Journey to Metropolis long will remain a subject of fond retrospection for every mmn who went It was a breezy trip from tho time 1 the stqamer George Cowling left the city wharf at 7 oclock till It returned at ll45y Metropolisl met us with outstretched hand tind waved us adieu when we left The spirit of the trip was one of jollity and the evening was replete with Incidents both amusing and vital The vital part was when after a speech by Mr Mark Wyman chief engineer ofr the surveying party of the New York Central In which he said a railroad was assured Into Metropolis nnd across the river Into Pa ducah under certain conditions Judge It T LIghtfoot who spoke next said that a railroad was as sured beyond tho shadow of A doubt The Incident of next Importance In an evening filled with snappy ac ou was a little act of spontaneity and originality by Mr Frank L Scott At the close of the speaking rbooksr club for new members from the citi zens present Eleven responded Then Mr Scott rose end asked per mission to have his name enrolled on tho books of the Metropolis Commer clal club as a member It so clearly wl1IIJ1e right thing done at the right tliie that a burst of applause which exceeded In enthusiasm any before r given broke forth Messrs W P Hummel W D Coons H tQ Rhodes Sol Dreyfuss Ben Wellle J W Wal lerstoln L W Hcnneberger n T Lightfoot and H A Potter followed suit But to get back to railroads In a quiet and earnest talk Mr Wyman urged cooperation both by Metrop oils and Paducah toward securing a railroad and assorted that the Now York Central would come through Into Paducah provided not that a cash bonus was given but only thatm a fair opportunity to get business was afforded the road when It did get built He said the lino would come 1 from Chicago nnd that It would cross the Ohio river at some point between Louisville and Cairo and that If we deslro to Have It cross here 1J which would suit the company he u represents wo must extend the hand of equal treatment and make It pos BIble for them to build the road In a reasonable cost For councils to re fuse terminal facilities and franchises for property owners to hold up the railroad for exorbitant prices for right of way and finally for the business Interests to be Indifferent In giving the new road business would Inevitably stifle tho platis to crossii the river at this point Judge LIghtfoot In a reminiscent talk of some length trade the u ser lion before mentioned that a trunk line was coming across at Metropo lis whether or no Ho said that au dlence was the first party that had heard him make the assertion Capt j F McCartney opened the meeting and suggested Judge J C Willis as chairman Mr Alben Bark hey spoke first and dealt With the value of Immigration to us In the past and that jt would be as valu p Continued on tago Four thyl tSzj 7c pr C35TT 7t s PAGE TWO ETHE PADUCAE L NJNtStTN1 TUESDAY QCTODEll B L LOUIS IS NOWjj GREATLY EXCITED V r Cooper Has Stirred Up People jI of Mound City li outig Mans Medicines1 i Ilnvc SitinI- nBly Done 1111 That wns Claim j wl for TininI I ASTERN llUroilTS VKHlllKD1 St Louis Oct 1Thls city Is at precsnt In tho mld t of an excitement Seyorii anything that It has exper tencej 1u recent years t Old and young rich and poor all ieccm to have become beside them elves over an Individual who was n stranger to St Louis until two weeks ego The man who has created nil this turmoil Is L T Cooper president of tho Cooper Medicine Co of Dayton Ohio who Is at present introducing Is preparations In this city for the first tune yearsofwithin the past two years by the sale of some preparations of which he Is i the owner Reports from eastern cities that preceded the young man here were of mt most startling nature Many of jthe leading dallies going so far as to etato that he had nightly cured In pub Sic places deafness of years standing With one of his preparations The physicians of the east contradicted tills statement claiming the thing to be impossible but the facts seemed to bear out the statement that Cooper actually lId so In consequence people flocked to him by thousands and his preparations sold like wildfire Many of these stories were regard ed as fictitious In St Louis and until Cooper actually reached this city little attention was paid to them hardly had the young man arrived however had ho began demonstrations fill he calls them In public and dally net people afflicted with deafness and with a single application actually made deaf people hear again In addition to this work Cooper t advance the theory that stomach trouble was the foundation of nine tout oti tot diseases and claimed to JSavo a prepara tlohtfiat wdiild restore the stomach to working order and thus get rid of such troubles as thou anatlsm and affections of tho kidneys and liver In about two weeks time eeThIs statement teems to have been borne out by the remarkable results obtained through the use of this prep aratlon and now all St Louis Is apparently mad over the young man His headquarters resemble a verlt fable stampede Thousands of people tare visiting hIm each day and the druggists are selling his medicines in i enormous quantities s What seems to make Cooper still moro popular is the fact that ho prac tlces extensive charitable work and has already dispensed a small fortune among tho poor of this city i How long the tremendous Interest estlmal9Ath of a letup Physicians claim It to bo C fadthat will die out as soon as Cooper leaves In Justice to him however it must 1he said that he already seems to have accomplished a groat deal for the sick of this city with his prepera tlons you Planning for a ELRE or Whist Party ii or do you need a new pack for the social family evening m your own home 11so why not take home a package of CardswI M3 supply your needs at little cost We carry a full line of Counters hips Score Blanks Bridge Score Cards etc eta w A pack of Rexall Playing Cards superior in slip and finish andequal Iregular 25c packs for 15c I B MPHERSON r joath soul Broadway 1 I 4- J A PRINCIPALSHIP FOR MISS MORGAN Takes Charge of The McKiu 1 41 Icy llllilcling IIIII y Itunitl oft Arbitration Adopts Such Illsolution snit lUioinininiU- Hw to lave SCHOOL TJIUSTHKS TOXIGIIT With tho resolution of tho board oft arbltratl recommending to the school board that Miss Emma Morgan be given the prlnclpalshlp of the McKinley building the lohg drawn outi and bitterly contested controver sy over the recommendations of the committee on examinations came to an pad last night The school board will abide by the recommendation of the board of arbitration There was an evident desire toI finish the question last night so that the school board at Its meeting to night may get to work to put the schools on the same plane as last yciy Several persons testified last night among them being Prof Pane Supt Lleb and Miss Morgan The vote which settled the question was 7 to 3 Resolutions asserting In tho main that more harm than good would tmio tqthe schools from con tint I the cpntrovers and recommending ss titorgan as principal of tH Mjnley building wore adopt ed bythat vote Tho affirmative was Dorian Brooks Winstead Fancy Sutherland Oarrlson and Cole Negative Potter Miller and Boone Tho resolutions follow We tho committee appointed by tho board of education of the Padu cah public schools for the purpose of adjudging whether Miss Emma Morgan should be given a place In the public schools beg to submit tho followingTho objections raised against Miss Morgan are as follows 1 In subordination 2 Inefficiency II In class work b in discipline 3 Lack of punctuality The first contention has been attested by the su perintendent of schools by the high school principal under whom Miss Morgan has served during the last school year The rsecbnd count has Leon attested by the superintendent and the high school principal and admitted In part by Miss Morgan The third count Is admitted in toy to bv Miss Morgan- Notwithstanding tho facts above set forth and our feelings that the schools are best served where there Is absolute harmony and coopera tion yet in view of existing conditions in wfllch the community has divided Itself pro and con and man rightminded cItIzens have taken decided stands without a full knowl edge of the facts being known and in view of the further consideration that the confusion necessarily arIs- Ing out of this one cate has had and Is having a bad effect upon the entire city school system we believe that less harm would come from pricing Miss Morgan In the schools than in continuing the contention which oems to be growing further frbmi la settlement each day In as much as the appointment to the English position is entirely out of the question because of reasons that lire evident to all therefore we recommend that Miss Emma Morgan be placed in charge of the McKinley school subject to regulations govern ing the schools New South Wales had 40000000 sheep In 1005 an Increase of 4500 000 over 1904 I u THE BIGI LEAGUES National League Philadelphia 0 Chicago 4 Bat teries Moser and Donovan Lund gren and Moran Sivunil Ciituip Philadelphia 3 Chicago 4 Bat teries McCloskcy apd Crist Ilcul bach and Moran Boston 4 Cincinnati 2 flatter ies Young and Brown Weimer E sick and Schlel Brooklyn 1 Pittsburgh C Batter ies Pastorlus and Hitter Brady and Gibson New York 3 St LOUIS 0 Bat lerlci Aracs and ncsvinn Kargcr and Norman Second lameINow York 9ai t alias 0 Bat tlrlesJcrgUll11111l1Dreuahan MrGlynn and Nona r iAinrriciii casttc St Louis fl Chtcagj i Hatter Irs Petty and SixMioer AUr ock and McFarlandCleveland T Uvrni 1 Batter lea Ilhoades artt Carle MuUlnVand cbtidt 1 I Cbo Kentucky I TO=NIGHT THi KVKVT WKVE ALL 1IUI3V WAITING FanI MACLYN ARBUCLli Supported by ninny of thin original New York CompanyI In George Adts Greatest Comedy The County Chairman- AS DILL SAYS Thin best play of Us kind ever pro duced- It ID nhhts In New York 11 weeks in Chicago Nine weeks in Boston Eight weeks in 1Alladclphia- MANAflKMUXT JOSEPH K LUC KITIIrlcca 25c 3Sc floe 7ncfl f1IiO 91BOScats on ante Monday I f iini NOTICE List of new subscribers milled by the East Tennessee Tclephono Come parry Today 9686Dill F 820 South Twelft- h2i34Gordou Capt E 403 South Fifth 2C03 Dobo Jesse 923 Husbands 99aVogel II T 121 Ken lucky liPuue 773Ivy A J R V D No 4 Llko other commodities telephone service should be paid for according to Its Worth and value We have In tho city over 8000 subscribers or five times as many as the Independent company outside the city and within the county we have 03 times as many subscribers ar the Independent company Yet We will place a telephone In your rest dence at the same rate the Independ ent company Is supposed to charge and provide In addition long dist ance facilities which will enable you to reach fifty million people from four home Call 300 for further Information mAST TENNESSEE TEU3PHONE COMPANY 175 XiiKlivlllo mud Jtetniii 175 Tennessee State Jnr Account of tho above occasion the- N Cand St L will sell tickets ir9turn 13 Inclusive for J47C good returns Ing October 1C D J MUUANET City Ticket Agent 430 Broadway Phone 212 K S HUUNHAMI Ticket Agent Norton Street Depot Phone 22 XOTICJI The annual meeting of the stock holders of the LangstaffOrmo Manufacturing comparfy will be held at their ofllce at Paducah Ky on Una I9th day of October IMG 1115 nAXICIV SPP and Treat 8ub cne Vet Tit 5a 4n k ki I IWESeiL TNT B 1S T are or us zt as bushels as as as will c Rudy Phillips go 219223 BMOADWAY Dont for a moment think of letting tho Chil dren go to Sckooldurini tho sloppy wenbior of tho noxt few mouths without good rubbers r Weve n Hplcjjdidline ofChildrrns8cltoo1Rubbers and in nil sizes 40c SOC to 7Sc r f According to size Notice Tho Palmer barber shop Is closed on account of tho reconstruc tion Palmer House but will open ten days where thin wntlnjoom was 1 ask nlFuirrfrlond to t3J1f and see ino In ttho vow liop 11e wilt be able to give you nrstbas service Thanking all for their I am very re spectfullyv J n MUNSEV Mgr The of marble to the United States In 105 from the Car tarn quarries near Leghorn Italy amounted to 995 Si l an increase of J5U3C9 over 1904 Malaria Causes Loae of The Old Standard droves Tasteless Chill Tonic 0 fl veil ouf malaria and buIlds up the Sold by ill dealers for 27 years Price BOo a Y Try = toNew Store Boys and Young Mens Clothes a Feature With UsII ii- WE want the mothers who buy for the boys to know that we have a special boys departmenttlc rrio i modern in Paducahof easy acccis on first floor where they will find its convenient and comfortable place to visit The stocks are all freshand new including excellentII school suits rightly made at 250 to 400 Fine juvenile clothing andff dress clothes for boys at 450 to V We Want the Young Men to Knoto- i i That our special designed clothes for young incnrc the ta1kof the town Theyve made a big hit with all the boys because theyre different from any clothes shown here and theyre1 out of the ordinary t 750 to 25 t Nji5 e TvN STIV yCOALi I Remember these facts not misleading You can buy Kentucky Pittsburg Coal from and guaranteed too We give just big just good coal and much coal your money buy anywhere r JrJ J HOUKO ofjthe llijvabdilt formerly 1 patronage shipments Appetite system 850J nnnnn COKE a 1 it t OR the next 30 days we will sell crushedcoke at 9c per busheliand lump at 8c per bushel Now is the time to get your winters supply Save 50 per cent in your fuel bill burning coke k PADUCAH GAS AND FUEL COa j III n SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EVENING SON ni wt C nr u e r PepV yeolf 4 JI4N1 n 1 r rn 9Tr y i1j Buy Z n IW J11 Bueks StoveJ I iPd s free trial1 A JT J i i f TH P qpcH special thegt Bucks Stove and Range Company we are able R extraordinaryRoffer eves madeI to buying publicr of x 7 I 4 Paducahr THE OFFEQ I is 4 R it t J J1 J j V yi j We will send to BucksJI f Z Range Cook Stove or Heater free offfallY charge whatever After it has been used for days if it does not prove to be I 0 1 what it really isthe product of the stove makers art i we will it without charge If at the end of days the v stove 11as roved frsmeritsnit may be paid for under our liberal partial payment or in one payment as you choose t o 4 L THE GUARANTEE yt 4 or i n IN 6 r t L LAnd we will give you our written guarantee that we will do as we say we will See the ernr2airi bur windowPv 0 This is based upon our confidence in Bucks Stoves and We are so sure that these stoves are without rivals and I b i we are so sure of thtfjj attractiveness of this that we are making preparations to do even more than the lions share of the stove 0 business this fall tff w I rtl 1 f The Time Limit id flt1 We expect tto put hundreds of Bucks Stoves in hundreds of Paducah homes within the next 30 days f Will you be one of them This stands good for thirty days only Let us send 1 you 1 stove today yhile r the assortment Jlrt Any store pfd l v Sr V i f v during this sale will be held for future delivery on these terms v r ral rlIr t i r y W P i j ti f I I j 1 L rQ n 0 R stove the j thirty finest remove thirty plan offer Ranges V offer offer r If4 I oHtf Warerooms 405407 Jefferson StreefI R 4 Largest Housefurnishers in the W01ld4 o Io 4 r Ar 0 4 Yn y L t L z To PaytR 1- If A a t ej r Rr s f 7 tr v- r PAG1 rout J f1zt tJtki yt rTUESDyoroMnXf fJet nbttcal Sun t AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY HYTIIE SUN PUBLISHINOCO INCORPORATED F M FisniR President HDITIS J IAxiON Generil Manager RATESrEntered at the postomee at Paducah Ky u second class matter THE DAILY SUN 0 T curter per week1 10 j mall per month In adTance r 40 t dy mall per year In adrnnoo 10 THE WEEKLY SUN Pir year by mall postage paldllCOAddress THE SUN Paducah Kr Orrici 115 South Third TiLPUORLS58 i repiy THE SUN can be found al the following i places R D dementi A Oo Van Guild Ilroa Palmer House John Wtlhelms TlKSIUV OCTOHKll 2 I CIUCULATIOX 8TATKMUXT Ii Scptrmimbcr 1111111 13881ie33885Y438i85 3880 F C 3902 i 739174 8 3913 I103931Cr 71 13900 12 3911 tot 13 3950 74 3992 lG 39G5 17397518 3948 19394220 a931 21395922394924393825 3929 20395274019284045294003 Total 98478 Average fpr September 190C393 Averago for September 1901i3G5G Increasor8 1W Personally appeared before me this October 1 190C E J Paxton general manager of The Sun who af firms that the above statement of the H circulation of The Sun for the month E of September 190C ra true to the best of his knowledge and belief PETER PURYEAR Notary Public My commission expires January 22 1908 r S 1 1Dally Thought- A life without an Ideal Is alICe without a hope STATE IS INTERESTED Paducah and southern Kentucky T are striving to settle the labor and Jand question not only for them VeJyesxlrtit far the tixle stele possl I the131aomonths At the convention Thursday and Friday an effort will be made to do something In central Kentucky y laborers for the farms cannot bet found but our slow neighbors are L just beginning to talk about a rem e ody Perhaps they will be Interested when Secretary Coons of the Commercial club tells them about the work of the Southern Kentucky Immigration convention when he addresses the State Development con Mention at Winchester next week The Lexington leader Is alive to the situation as the following editorial shows The question of labor tnKen tacky which for the last two or i three years has been gradually obtruding Itself has bec huU acute This applies to both towfi1 d and country Central Kentucky t perhaps is the region In the 1 1state most seriously affected On the one hand commercial development though making strides has inherent Impetus more or less retarded by dearth of both skilled and unskilled lat bor On the other hand the ag C ricultural Industry in the midst of some of the finest farm lands In the world l1 la languishing in unproductive Idleness or yielding but a modicum of the rich harvests which their normal capacity would allow and this because even scant farm labor Is difficult to procure t Another remedy suggested Is the introduction of thrifty tort clgners from the working peas antry of Austria Germany I Switzerland Sweden and other countries pay them good living wages and develop by their well known frugality and great labor the resources of a region unpar alleled In natural productiveness but which In a large measure is dormant for want of proper cultivationThe that presents Itself to the Ipdustrlous upto date central Kentucky farmer Is as serious a one ns It is to his city brother and we believe the r r time Is at hand when both must act together for the purpoio of Intelligent solution through the farmers clubs and the cities Chambers of Commerce As applied to time farms It Is almost superfluous to comment- on the damage to agrknltural in- terestsof failure to develop the crops In any of their stages Hut it Jis worth while to point put that crop failures from what f ever cause have seriously Injurl ous effect on the prosperity of the town and Its various forms of growth The question re malns what Is to be done about ItjjSeveral of procedure fiuggest themselves One la to press Into service the vagrant elementIt o taking just such trips as that taken to Metropolis last night by the business men of Paducah that the Louisville Commercial club has strengthened Itself cemented the community of Interest between bust ness men and sjitPddnthe name and Influence of Louisville throughout the south Those business men who spent an hour together pn the Cowl- Ing going down to Metropolis on a common mission and another hour together talking over the result on the way back got together In the right sense of that useful expression The visit did much to bring Paducal and Metropolis together but It did even more for the Paducahans The men who went down had met on Broadway In comnie clai transac lions In which some were nIigned on one side of a bargain and some on another They had met perhaps socially when shop talk was for bidden as a breach of etiquette bu t the most of them had never before enjoyed the privilege of moving together on a common project for the advancement of Paducah and their own material welfare Vf expect to hear of these half hundred men doing qther things for the city Ther Is nothing like a beginning rti 4I And now Gentlemen of the board of arbitration we congratulate yo- uire01Ced R thht thist unpleasant w houra has been a You have made sacrifices of your contort to do something In which you had no personal Interest greater than that of uny other citizen You received no compensation It Is the perform ance of such duties that win our ap probationl o A Missouri writer has Just com pleted a companion piece to lila watha Since Hiawatha has retired permanently after a Ilong run and turbulent season before the public it no doubt needs n companion but the aspiring author can expect to reap little renown Perhaps Hiawatha has retired Into Missouri somewhere I Menlphls has two candidates for police Judge named respectively Moss and Cockloft and the Memphis Commercial Appeal with undisguised assurance pronounces their names and says Meraphlans know whlclh they prefer Our preference would depend on the ure to which we In tended to put him o Teddy RooseVelt Jr has just got Into a scrape by mixing In an affair on Boston commons There were three others In It but we have never heard their names Some times obscure parentage Is a blessing JAt the Home for Indigent News paper Men In Colorado 400 acres have been planted In fruit Canned fruit Would be quite a significant dish for the Inmates o If Palma retires a poor man theret Is distinction enough In that scone 111 0 fARSIGHTED WAS KAUMKIl WHO IlltOUflll HWIXlllilXClCIIAIUJK r Iliiiry i iiiiorniiii Discharged on UiMirliift hi 1olicf Court This Morning Henry Hennecamp the young In surance agent charged by W A Deathel a nearsighted farmer with robbing him of fn was acquitted In police court this morning The man who brought the charges alleged that Hennecamp offered to change a bill for hm In a saloon He stated that Instead of returning him his original bill after saying he could not change It he gave him a 1 billI rolled up Judge Iuryear heard the evidence yesterday afternoon and dismissed the case this morning Other cases Bunch Harlan color ed disorderly conduct 30 days In jail Will McKliilcy colored housebreaking continued j Jtjmes H Hall colored disorderly conduct contin ued Coats Kggleston using abusive language towards Mrs Al Redman I 10 and costs and 25 days In jail i fete Urlllln breach of peace con tinned Sidney Cojller colored sleelltng In box rar5 and costs Thecase of llud Blrod and Lymaii iVIlsoi for thrOjWlniEBciipcr Into a boxs eyes was IIcTtmpon1 t xe llItrlllltJLIIIIIIiCII John Alaycs city 25 und Addle liapiuan city 21I colored Peter Durt 43 and Ella Baxter iiI both ot Illinois JOURNEY TO 1 METROPOLIS i Continued From Pago One able now He caused amusement by saying that Paducah had an India soluble bond of friendship with Me tropolis because so many of our cit izens had beeen married there Tics llrtwwn Cities In a conspires1 juadu oqtbaltoat coming down tho program was re made placing on It men who had not been notified to prepare speeches This caused the expected amusement but the extemporaneous speeches were well received Mr Sol Dreyfuss plead for cooperation between Metropolis and Paducah whose Interests were In common F A Trousdale editor of the Metropolis Herald said now teas the time to act to get re salts and that we had been indiffer ent too long Mr H C Rhodes em phasized the value of Immigration to both cltlees Mr W P Hummel ex cused the absence of President J L Friedman who unavoidably was detained and threw Ina boost for the horse show air McCartney In his address of welcome gave the keynote of the evening as cooperation between the two cities When the Paducah delegation entered the county court room the clt tEens present vacated their seats giv ing thq central portion to the visitors After the speaking the party adjourned to the State hotel where refreshments of cream and cake were served In the dining room Many of the guests registered by request A lessonl In hospitality could be learned last evening by Kentuckians All arrangements for receiving and handling tho party were adequate and thorough Copt J K McCart ney made an admirable host 1 Even the newspaper men who accompanied the party hall been thought of a sure evidence of thorough preparation A railroad may result from last nights nicotine but the consensus of opinion was that the greatest gain had been made In the esteem mutually aroused in both parties The tie that binds was laid bare 411oot Court The Paducah Military band accompanied the party The Metropo lis Concert band met them at the wharf and escorted the party to the court house On the trip down a mock trial was held at which Judge Llghtfoot presided Mr Mike Mich ael wds accused of having given Mr Scott a twodollar bill and demand Ing three dollars In change besides paying a dollar for a ticket Mr Ilarkley was appointed for the pros ecutlon and Mr Will Hummel for the defense Numerous witnesses were Introduced who were fined by the court for contempt the judge was Impeached the witnesses agreed to swear to anything and disagreed on everything The caso came to that pass where it would have taken a Philadelphia lawyer to find head or tall to 1U As the boat only was go lag to Metropolis It was decided to make the prisoner drink a bottle of something which caused such a stampede of the jury and witnesses tpPartak of the sentence that the court adjourned In disgust On the trip back a business sea lion was held in tho cabin to secure volunteers for committee work dur ing the convention It Is necessary to meet trains and boats and the at tendance of every business man at the convention was urged The party disbanded at Fifth and Broadway after an evening which combined business and pleasure In a greater degree probably than any other evening In the history of the city la the party were W D Coons secretary of time Commercial club D D Roger George Rock Shoe company J A Bauer Paducah Pottery company Sol Drey fuss Dreyfues Well company John Rlnkleff Thompson Wilson company Alben Darkloy attorney Douglas Nash MergenthalcrHorton Basket company J W McCloy Pa ducah Traction company John Rock Paducah Furniture company W I5Red Hank Davis J V Hardy and W T Hardy Hardy Doggy com pany 0 D Starks StarksUllmau company Charles and Ben Weillfi D Wellle company A iH Law CavIngIton Bros E W Bockmon Coffee company Mike Michael Michael Bros Luke Russell Slier rlllRusscll company J E Ropers Powell Rogers company It D Clem ents AI Foreman Foreman Bros Melvin and 7JXr Wullerstclill I Wal lersteln Bros F W Meyers Nagel Meyers J IL Wolff Wolff Jewelry company Ernest Lackey Hecht clothing company Charles Ie Vcrfh ern MycrSchmld Clark Grocery company E A Illvorn George Oehl Bchlacgor II C Rhodes Rhodes Burford company IF Hummel W IP Hummel Hummul Bros U T Llghtfoot county Judge Wallace Well A L Well company J IL Thompson Racket store C W Brown Paducah brewery H J Liv ingston jLivingston Eros Grocery company Clarence Householder L 00 F B Ogllvlo company It O Graham Foreman Bros W K Cochran Cochran Shoo company D 1 Mul Inney X C St IL Will Green and H A Peter IH A Petter boat store W C Gray Grays buffet IL W Henneberger IL W Henneborger company B 1 P Toof Cohankus Manufacturing company 1 H R Hank Hank Bros Hardware company Thetrioi XN f t lIOItSK SHOW October 1 15 1CI IMMIGRATION October 41 KKNTirCKVTIIKATKK TONIGHT County Clinlrnmii The Sweetest Singer It was with the best play and best company he ever brought lo Pndu call that the popular favorite Al H Wilson made his annual visit to Pa- ducah last night Tears and laugh- tert were the tributes accorded Metz In the Alps at The Kentucky thea ter The star sang as he always sings straight into the hearts of the listeners and the greedy audience could not get enough Call after call brought the patient singer to the footlights for another song The whole company was excellent and the piecewas strengthened by the pres enco Iri the cast of Julia Batchelder S Paducah favorite who appeared htffeioa leadlnd woman with Harry Bereifordl In the Professors Love Story County Clinlrmnn Tonight Laughter Is1n vogue wherever Mnclyn Arbuckle In The Counti Chairman Is presented and George Ado has caught and pictured with a facile pen the foibles of a country community and shed the gentle light of his nature upon them It Is In his types that Ade Is seen to advan tage and The County Chairman which will be presented at the Ken tucky tonight abounds with the characters from every life and those who know from association are vividly drawn with Just enough caricature to make them stand out boldly from the canvas tare we have the bluff rugged personality of Jim Hackler tho county chairman admirably played by Maclyn Arbuckle as an easy going open hearted spender but one whose every energy Is arous ed when upon a set purpose The nilenight to defeat an enemy Jim Hackler Is a curious composite of easy good heartedness sentiment and florco hate His frequent allusions to what Bill Says referring to the Immortal bard are extremely amusing Mr Ads characters are works of close observation the atmosphere of the piece Is refreshingly I wholesome and the types are presented without gross exaggeration or caricaturing Maclyn Arbuckloa original cast and the same elaborate production will bo seen In Its entire tty lYnWhy She 1 Siicrilltrtl Why Shu Was Sacrificed comes to Ibo Kentucky theater October 4 for one performance To the lovers of exciting plays toithoso who en Joy the 6enallollnl will see Why She Wok Sacrificed The company Is n good one and the press tuna spoken most favorably of the play in tho different cities whero it has been produced The season at Wallace park has closed and the work of preparation tor next season lint yet begun Manager William Malone Is taking advantage of the Interim to make a short southern tour with his moving picture machine HoJls now In St Louis securing papers Max Kahn will accompany him rtt de HOW EYE EYE DISEASES Eye strain is the direct CIUIE of most eye diseases It produces an irritation and congestion of till deliunto nerves and muscles of the eye and poor circulation of Wood is the result- yn1JAlpcraj weakness of nil the norvjaand muscles of I A the eyes is the result of this poor circulation and tho blood supply may be cut off entirely from certain ports In this way any kiud of eye disease may be produced It may bo eats Tact it map be optic nerve trouble glaucoma ulcers granulated fids or liny other eye disease Any of these diseases if ncRlected may result in blindness rHeadacheis another result of eye strain It has been proved that nearly every case of chronic headache that does not yield to treatment ia caused i by eye strain S i L II I IA noted doctor says wrong eycjhisu are wore than poison Correctly Gibed eyeglasses are eye help I Let usflt your glasses and they will be correctly fitted We Lave all the latest electrical instruments fur eyo testing dml utm all the latest nod hest methods of I fitting glasses + L f htJUIll II I STINFLPT L CO Optlcul HoticJquurterM of Paducuh 609 Broadway Upon SnturUuy Nights Kodol11011 Don you ever get spy vacation f pityingly asked the sleek thorough bred Vocation exclaimed the work horse I can go out to the stable yard and roll over any day In the week and Ill hot thats more than you ever get to doChlcajo Tribune A whole field of buckwheat blos som is often blackened during the passage ota thunderstormI YOU fONT HIVE 7O WAIT Krerjr dole makes you feel better Lax Pca keep sour Hhote loildci right Sold on lbe money btck pan CTtrywhere Price toi malt While Americans take great pride and pleasure In being called a strenuous people It Is perhaps not generally appreciated that a great many Injure themselves physically wreck nervous systems Invite premature wrinkles gray hairs and In firmities by the hurry worry way In which they live neglecting In many Instances proper care of the body and letting the seal pleasures of life es cape as a forfeit Unrestrained strenuousness means heurasthenla ultimately Neurasthenia Is nerv exhaustlon and that means inefficiency of the body to carry on vital functioning Nerve centers lag debility ensues listlessness and fatigue reign Pain may be felt In the back fullness or pressure at the top of the head sleep Is broken and without refreshment digestion notably Is weak and loss of appetite constipation and distress after eating are the rule The head ache of neurasthenia is like a band around the head ordinarily Is worse In the morning and better towards the end of day and Is probably tho most common of all headaches which come for treatment sow drugs do not help neuras thenia that Is admitted and phy sicians have long been accustomed to send their neurasthenics away from the cities to the mountains sea shore abroad or anywhere to find new scenes and enjoy tranquil resor atlon But that Is expensive and there Iirj a surer quicker and betoi as well as Iless costly way Osteo pathyOsteopathy cures neurasthenia which Is but another name for nerv ousness by stimulation to the nerves and the circulation I can show you to your satisfaction In a very few minutes why oste apathy Is tho sane rational cure for ALL diseases of the nerves Come to seo me at any time be tween the hours of 9 and 121n tho forenoon and 2 and 5 In the after noon Dr G D Froage 51G Broad r Phone 1407 00 J STRAIN CAUSES 1 POISON t There is only onq remedy for eye strniii l IKOPKKLY IMTTEl CJLASSKS WcnrhiK glasses that are not correct will do hnrm instead of good FREE DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTk 1100 koac0nUI 2 mimtb tdd Ira vtilck Mil tor 10 aear riirAiio omv AT THI uteutotv tI S C D WXTT as COMPANY CHICAGO 111 i A- i V MNO niUM Have You Prepared fox the Horse Show and the Immigration Convention These events suggest time suit and ovorcout proposition dont they T Well we want you to see our suit find overcoat propositions We have the complete lines of twelve of tho lending manufac w turers in the country which gives us the widest possible r range of patterns styles nod fabrics as well as prices to show you y Nor matter what price you want or what I Iyourfancy Buggests in style or fabric you will find your money buys all it possibly east lucre Suit frouzoO to j 40 i OfICOIIitn the A- nnieEWeilleB Son r =AOVICIlTlHi IN T1IK SUN e lsamA gn 2v ETHB RTOTJCMt WENDS IgUtf tsI PAGE FIVE UJ J DAILY ARRIVALS Are becoming common occurrences at our store Every day we show an 4j t entire new line and assortment of all classes in ReadytoWear Garments iIrL r Er Readlo 1actuseBroadway Store I LOCAL LINltlfl For Dr Peudley ring HOC It Brunson Co have mov ed their flower store to C29 BroaJ way Kd Alexander the policeman Is 111 Ho has born on his vacation but on returning homo was unable to reo euuio work He Is suffering from malarial Laver City lubscrlbeni to tho Dally f Sun who with the delivery of their r papers stopped muat notify our cot directIto The Sun olllco No nttHUllon will AMe paid lo such orders when given to our carriers Sun Pub Co Capt J W Bush of Smlthland who has been seriously 111 of heart I trouble will bo out In two WMkll his physicians bcllevopo rapid U bis re covert Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 Broadway Phono 190 Charles Morgan the Hyearold 1son of Mr Ed Morgan the black smith tried to use gasoline In Inflat ing a toy tissue paper balloon Sill day night and the liquid In the tin ran exploded Tho burning gasoline J JerIJt One load bf our coal1 will make you an advertiser for us Bradley Bros Phone 339 Jack Capps stabbed Hewlet Her 1on at a farm near lKuttawa Sunday and may not recover Capps Is a JIGnblet CappH Uncharged with malicious cut ting Our customers are our bert ad vertisers Aik your neighbor Bradley p Bros1 Phone 339 I Tho elevator nt the postotDco which has been out of commission for several weeks on account of a reuk In the machinery will bo In e running order In a few days fast 11night Mr Merman Cochran of tho r KatanPrlnco IElevator company which Installed the elevator arrived and IIs today working on the machln cry Ho hopes to get the cage to working again by Saturday For sale cheap one scatt two wheel pony cart also pony lmrneas brass mounted all nearly now Can Im Keen at tho Tully Livery Co l Bruce Mt Barnard In tfio account of the death of Mm Redden Saturday the statement a was made that she was tho mother of Mrs heater Gardner of South Third street which Is untrue and the correction Is made at Mrs Gard ners request When you Qrder ft rig from us you ore Jalklng ito one of tho Pro prietor or capable clerks not a driver or hostler who writes flies and r flits the order at appointed time Palmer I Transfer company V dtev1 n Stewart of Lone Oak I who assisted Rev T IL Taylor h- asVEIDORJ A New Fascinating Odor The latest exquisite creation t of Milton Violet pronounced b Ve o Iay of Puts It his reo celved the itnctbn of the moat fashionable in the fashion centies of Europe and IU sure to be popular here It Uiemitkable mar Its per ilstencv at well as Its sweet rebned bouquet j VELDORR Incorporated DRUOOISTS r Fiat InMry Hum 115 Night Bell st Side Door g7F1y11hrf0 fiE 4M JntiWuu t rti Eiclutlre ReHtta Weir Store 311 Broadway lust concluded one of the most sue cessful meetings of tho year at the Baptist church nt La Center 23 addi Ions being tho direct results A great Interest was manliest In the services and under the Influence of the strong sermons great good was accomplished A number of candi dates for baptism wero Immersed Sunday 4 We guarantee to please you with Old Taylor Ky Lump coal Phone 339 Bradley Ilros The C W IL UauxlHarVoff the First ChristiAn church wllltrieet on Thursday afternoon at 3ocjock with Mrs WhltneW Dr J V Vorls dentist 200 Fraternity building Tho McCracken Count Medical society will meet tonight In proJ n Bookn onoe In the Trulh art building Dr Brooks will lecture III la the first weekly meeting of the society Tho Sun office Is prepared to furnish tho very latest things In en graved or printed calling cards anJ Invitations of any sort and Is mak ing special prices now Tho board of education will meet tonight at the Washington building at 8 oclock In the regular monthly meeting Tho report of the board of arbitration will be received rrtIwashed nut and egg coal Is the cheapest Bradley Bros Phone 339 Special services will be hefdVnt Temple Israel for the feast of Booths nr Tabernacles Vcdnesday evening at 730 oclock and Tlu1r day morn lug atJO ocJock j Something howh clever mag azine for the railroad maDL Twill too Interest everyone but has an especial attraction for the railroad man and his family Oct tho first number only lOc R D Clements Co The beautiful new home of the EIIsInicely fitted up tho Ipd ols await log tho coming ofnlno handsome Pieces of furniture When these arrive the Eiks will formally dedicate their building Do not bo deceived Bradley Bros arc solo agents for Cartervllle 111 washed roal Phone 339 Modern Woodmen camp I131S gt1ts regular meeting Monday night htiltlated flve quudldatcs Into the mys twrloa of ttbigjj Sfder A large class llit being arftmgtjfor November Plahrfnre being drawn in Arch Itect LnaMfitcrK ofllco fori uhnnd somo twostory nrlckirifsldonce for Dr H J Sights on Jeffersan street near Seventh street Tonight the library board will meet ahd select an assistant secretary to succeed Miss Ruby Corbctt resigned Other matters of a rontlno nature will bo acted on THURSDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 4 The Beautiful Romantic Drama l 1F Why She Was Sacrificed Produced By jinjf A Company of Artists of Un usual Merit A Story of Love and Honor A Play That Appeals to the Heart Prices 23c Me BOc 73c Seats on cole Wednesday U a nlo People and PUsant Evtntt Parties sending In accounts of social rntcrtnlnmcuta will please sign them as Tho Sun will not publish communications sent in that are not signed D A n October Program The Paducah chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will bold tthe regular meeting for Octo ber dn Friday aflerntm at 3 oclock Mrs Georgo C Thompson of West Broadway Is tho hostess AH Is Its custom tho chapter will devote the winter to11 regular course of study of early American history along varied Jlnus and an Interesting and comprehensive program has been outlined for each month The program for the October meeting Is Quotation Vow by St Paul the work goes bravely on Song America Summer Reminiscences By Chap tel Patriotic Societies al Daughters of Revolution- b Daughters of American Rev olution c Colonial Dahces Mrs Huhbard S Wflllt Music Children horse Show Features While each horse show event has Itsindividual Interest the children feature absorbs perhaps more than all tho others combined The committee In charge under the head of the talented chairman Mrs Joseph L Friedman have labored to make It the happiest occasion of the week and has assured their success by se curing Eunice Vorls age two and n half years Susan Porter Sleeth two and ahalf years Anna Webb Phillips three years and Lena Ut terbsck three years to take part as well as a number ot older chill dren On Saturday afternoon the com mltteo will entertain alt of the chill dren taking part at the home of Mrs Friedman Tho Pines It will be a lawn fete and the Horse Show association will present brace lets to the girls and watches to the boys as sotivenlra of tho occasion link Party to VWIors r Mr and Mrs Joseph L Friedman will iglve a double box party toulglil at the Kentucky theateV In honor of four attractive visitors Mrs Frank Watts of Nashvllle and Mrs Anne flesrrymanof Clarksville the guests bf Sir and Mrs Campbell Flournoy Mrs John Love of New York who In with Mrs Robert Decker Phillips at Woodlawn and Miss Emma Lou Love of Indianapolis visiting Misses Clarlbcl and Carrie Rleke Among those registered at tho Pal mer today ire D JIrMalley Now York W J Reid New York P T Orhzard Clarksville Tenn R W Graham Marotto La lingo Hoev eter Chicago R D Parks New York James O Rodgers St Louis F S Claypoolo Troy 0 iL 0 Tan dy Frankfort A J Eider Owens I lroN U Hays Frankfort J B Allon Outhrle J C Sweeney Paris Tenn L IL Arbuckle Weir Cjty ian4 LNCohen Philadelphia H It Covy Iftow York Harry Watkins Mayfield Belvedere S W Denny Evans Vllle Ind 1 L MI Bowler Sheboygan Wlr A H Harlman New York J D Templeton Nashville A B Wayne Chicago A B Stranger Ii mont lll AlifH Wlson Metx In AllIs J MI Johnson Nashville Per ry Crawford Springfield Mo Mrs Sallie Morrow and Miss Emily Morrow willi leave tonight for a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Robertson 0 Morrow In Mem phis Tenn Fritz Hogey of Paducah JKy for merry of this city spent Sunday here with his family Mr Haguy Is em ployed by Armour and company at Paducaht Mrg Hagey and children will spend tho winter thereMiss Katp AVInsom of Paducah who line been tho guest of Miss Ruth Clark of Thirtyfourth and Elm streetst has returned homo Cairo Bulletin Councilman C C Duvall line re turnedfromo two weeks visit to Skt Louis Mrs Duvall did not return with him owing to tne severe Illness of their little girl Mr Harry Evans has returned tram Bolivar Tenn after attending the bedside of his wife who died last week of consumption Mrs Salllo Morrow and Miss Emily Morrow leave tonight for Memphis tto visitt i Iraud Mrs James Ferrlmau ot Grand River 1Ky were In tho city today en routb to Sprlngfleld 111 Mrs Richard Lawson of Chicago is visiting her slater Mrs C F Kept of Fourth mjd Adams streets Mr and Mrs Claude Baker of Greenyllle who hayo been visiting relatives tnn the city returned home today at noonT Miss Fannlu Rich of Dulaney JKy will arrive Thursday to visit Mrs Hugh Oeorge of South Thirteenth street air 0 A Ifarvell and won Paul u will leave today for a business trip to St Lou In and Cape Glrardtmu Mo Miss Roxte Sued 6f 1218 Tennes see street has gone to Memphis to visitMr Allen Rawllnson left yesterday for Clarksville Tenn on busi nessW V Eaton left this morning for Ixmlsvlllo on business Mr Ed Leigh private secretary to Governor Beckham Harry Tandy and lion Louis P Head clerk of the Eddyvlllo penitentiary came home to register toda- yBADLY HURT WAfiOV OOUIpES WITII HTIIEET GAIL I Andy Davis Sustain Broken Collar Hone and HfTloiiii Injury to ills Hrail In a collision of a RhodesBurford delivery wagon and a southbound street car NoCi9 at 1130 this morning at Eighth and Adams streets Andy Davis of Twelfth and Monroe BtreetB hd his collar bone broken and an ugly gash cut In his head Jim Hnrdlson tho driver was not Injured The treet cal In charge of motor man J8 Bogby and Conductor Mtt- U Jordan Mi the front wheel of the wagon knocking It clear of the tracks The mules hitched 10the wagons had gotten acrossand wore riot Injured Motorman Uagby says the current had been reversed Rice Miller colored 35 years old died at 220 North Twelfth street of a complication of diseases will be burled this afternoon In Oak Grove cemetery John Mulvihlll formerly a well known local coal dealer announces himself In Cairo 111 110 candidate for county clerk of Alexander county but that It was Impossible to check the momentum of the ear lu the short Interval between seeing the wagon and hitting It Annie Maze a colored woman witnessed the colllson but on account of deafness could not tell whether the motorman rang Jifsjbell or pot She said the driver of the wagon ap peared to be trying to cross ahead of the oar and tho tears was across occurredDdvts and they attended to hlrriuntn the arrival of d6ctor nr tiyDSSSltUnndDr C H Droters Tirepar diPpvls to be carried to the hospital plie found Ills collar bone had been broken and that a serious wound had been In flicted In his head He was carried to Riverside hospital In Guy Nances ambulance buh11wds round that the hospital was crowded already to capacity and Ihe was carried to his brothers house 1117 South Fourth streetPatrolman Aaron Hurey arrived on the scene Immediately after the accident occlrred I Operator S W James ofnhe local I C passenger depot has return d to work after a weeks Illness LDAYiSMiiKETSl nn Wheat Open Close Dec 70 75 7 May + 80 7914 Ooni Dec j 43 YI 424 May ro 431 434 OUDec 34 34 U pork I Jan 1 r 1342 1335A Cotton Dec ion v iocr Jan 10 Id 1068 Mar 1030 1071 Btocks U N 148H 14i U P 185 184Th Rdg 154 152- s 1 St P 176 1 liHMoi P 97 97 1 4 Penna 142 141V4 Cop 113C 112 Smel 154 154 Lead 79 7- 8TC I 155 155 C F I 54 55 AU S P 107 1O6i U S n 474 Local Markets UressedChlckens20C to 40c Eggs20c doz Butter 20o lb Irish PotatoesPer bu 70c Sweet PotatoesPer bu GOc Country llama 15c lb Green Sausage lOc lb- SausagelOc lb Country Lnrdllc lb Lettuce EC bunch Tomatoes10o gallon Peaches 40c basket Beans lOc gallon Roasting Earsloo dozen Cantaloupes 20 to 40c dcx- Dutterbeaata1Oc quart Celery 30o dozen- So I 7 TIPSa I NOW IS TUB accepted time for you to look about your fire and tornado Insurance as tall and winter are coming Remember the old and re liable Friedman Insurance Agency Office No 128 South Third street ot lice telephone No 940 Residence phone No 1581 We represent some of the oldest and best Insurance com panles which are paying their losses promptly We protect your Interests and you better be sate than sdrrr Give us a caU- HAT1NG and atom woos Frank Levin both obones 437 FOR RENT One sloe of store 428 Broadway Phones 1613 FOR SALE Thlrteenroom house modern conveniences Old phone 404 CLEANING and pressfngneatly done James Duffey old phone 718r FOR SALE Nice harness horse Apply 172oolndlso- nJOt itENTFour upstairs 415 South Third street FORSALE1fousehold furniture Apply 420 South Sixth FOR SALEFineharness and sad die horse Address K care Thu Sun FOR HAMBURGERS and Tamales go to Shortys 111 h South Third or 127 North Fourth FOR SALENew Remington typewriter NoG Address C Doyd P O box 20 Paducah Ky FOR RENTThreeor four nice rooms to small family Apply 024 Husbands Old phono 2070 HICKORY WOODPhones Old 442 New E98 Delivered promptly E E Bell Sons FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms for housekeeping Apply at 1107 Monroe street FOR RENTNicely furnished room with all conveniences 837 Jet ferson strtet- WASTEDBoard In private tam fly Address Engineer 209 South Second street COOK WANTED cook can get good wages Apply 1935 Jefferson street WILL BE AT Jas A Glauberu stables Tuesday Oct 2 to 6th with- a herd of Shetland ponies Dr D O Melton FOR SALEleasy terms line houses In Northvlew addition near 12th street war line W D Greer 627 Broadwa- yWANTEDLe burrow 700 ou two years time Security either per sonal or real estate Address J care SunLOSTPocket book containing two ten dollar and one five dollar bill Return to II M Dalton 21511 Broadway for reward FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms Modern conveniences Apply 001 North Seventh street Old phone 669- STRAYEDDark red muley bull Weight 050 pOllnllsUo reward for his return to Co J Clark 215 South Third street u1SS MAGGIE STUMP the dress maker has removed to 512 South Sixth street where the will be pleased to see her patrons u FOR SALE One nice horse and buggy at your own price going to leave the city Address B care The Sun FREE TO LADIES Handsome stick pin of exquisite and exclusive design also valuable beavy secret- send no money simply naio and address Merle Supply Co St Louis Mo A MODERN HOME tor sale SU rooms bath furnace hardwood floors uptodate Ia every particu lar Apply on premises at 410 North Fifth street FOR RENT One or two once rooms with use of my reception round iuftabloifbri physician or den tist Reasonable Dry Mt Stelnfeld 009 Broadway 103 1XJST Sonniwhore an tho Broadway road or In tho horse show grounds a small brass spur Re turn to R Rudy at Citizens Say lags bank for a rewar- dLOS7On Jefferson street be tween Tenth and Eleventh a childs silk cap with blue ribbon and tie Re turn to Mrs A Herman 1168 Jefferson street for reward J E MORGAN blacksmith 403 S Third Old phone 457 Superior work guaranteed Exclusive agent for fore stone side wire tires the madeCONTRACTOR Mason ry and cpncretej work p specialty Officq 120 South Fourth tyione 490 Residence phone 1237 Prompt at tentlon to all estimates WANTED No 1 solicitors inch who canapproach all retail mer chants with a strong legitimate prop osition only men capable of making big money need answer Address by letter Solicitor care Sun Publish lag Co PaducahKy NIGHT SCHOOL Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting etc only U a mouth Draughons Practical Business College 314 12 Broadway Phone 1755 Call phone or write for atalqgue It will convince you that lt ycxyaaaaaaacxx = xx ncxxxx c xxxxx as cWcxx 1 DID U KNOW i That the heat units in a HEATING STOVE is what counts in heating cold air A stove may put forth its best efforts to serve but lacking in heat units can only heat a little space around it HARTS HEATERS1Ar- emade with heat units everywhere The larger stoves have very power ful circulation features also making Masy for HARTS STOVES to do the work which is the reason they use so LITTLE FUEL and LAST so LO- NGPPices t j Q Low GBO 0 HART S SONS COAt A nu txXx xxXXNJ gC7l C l i Draughons Is the best WANTED FOU U S ARMY Ablebodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35 citizens of United States of good character and tem perate habits who can speak read and wrlto English For Information apply to Recruiting Office New Rich mond House Paducah Ky WANTEDFirstclass harness cutter all kinds of harness makers cellar cutters sewing machine operators I on collars a roan to run stuffing machine capable of repairing hli machine steady work to sober and Industrious workers best salarlen paid boat shop In the country Open shop and no strikes Write at once Southern Saddlery CQ Chattanooga Venn IIlENEW VETERINARY Hospi tal Farley Fisher veterinary surgeons and dentists Special facilities Have been provided for In constructing our now hosltal which enables us to treat all diseases of horses and dogs In tho most modern manner Wo have a clean airy sanitary rnd uptodate place and one that Is complete In every detail We Invite you to call aud In spect our iiaco Office and hospital IZS South Third ztreet Office phone od 134C new 153 residence od phone 1816 WHAT DO YOU think of this The prices below will be made till December 31 1900 GOLD SHELL CROWN 22k350 GOLD FILLINGS 100 SILVER FILLINGS 50 PLATE FILLINGS 75 Bridge work n specialty All grades of plate work that will sut you Painless extraction of tooth AHj work guaranteed and of best material DR KING BROOKS Dentist Sixth and Broadway 0111 luR LR ADNOTES ow j Iw mncs Engine Hey gimme Old Car Hauler John Trantham the popular Illinois Centralengineer commanded as ho entered the round house and prepared to take out his run There Is no engine In the round house by that name Joe Walker foreman replied but after an explanation engine No 849 was run out of the round house and Trantham crawled Into the cab Bob McCarty runs 855 and her name Is Kate Adams named after n steam boat Ed Evltts runs 843 and her name Is Joseph B Williams Charles Wagoner calls 852 the John A Wood Mr Lowry Branton of tho south side has heart appointed gardner for tho local Illinois Central to succeed Mr James McLaughlin resigned Mr McLaughlin has gone with the N C St L as gardnor of till Ia ducahParls Tenn division and left this morning for Murray to look over the road He will tomorrow go to Paris Mr W C Waggen J supervisor off bridges and buildings i the Louis vlllo division of the Illinois Central Is In the city looking after Improve ments to railroad property 1I e stated that just as soon as the re maunder of the material gets here the work of building a brick platform at the passenger station will begin DEATHS OF A DAY O II IlrniiKford G H Dransiord 55 years old father of Mrs Clarence Bennett wlfo of the well known clerk In WelHes store died at Fulton yester day of brain fever after a short Illness He leaves three other children d and was a well known and prominent business man In Fulton Maggie MOP Crane Magglo Mao Crane 11 months old child of Mrs Opne Crane died Sunday night at 1232 Bcrnhelm avenue r of summer complaint The funeral I was held this afternoon with burial r In Oak Grove cemetery DR HOYERRoom 209 Frilenlly Building Office Noil 3311 Resldeace raDII 464 ECLIPSE SKATING RINKI SlcnUneftfternoon and nigh I RaglesIJ E BI ENS Mgr Admission lOc i PARRISH PARRIS- HJEWELERS Announce that they have re moved to 113 S Third Street Next door to Sun offi- ceDIHI 4 Baldwin Co Manufacturers of PIANOS and ORGANS i Sell on Installments ard take old Instruments In exchange DISTRIBUTING OFFICE 518 BROADWAY WJT MILLER BRO Phono1041a Y Yr LJmjv 1t1I1 81xirr p i r EIGHT PRESENT AT HAYS MEB ING I 1L r Hid Not Arrive Until NltlO Oclock Last NightI = GorMimr liitkiimii Wilt Arrive ifca ly1 Toniojioiv Kvoliliig null lliiiuilii liter ltRC lTIUXWltl Iii GIVE 7 Misfortune attended the short 01 der reception to Attorney Qeneri Hays at quo court house last nlllhtr lie didnt get hero until after 9 oclock and the audience numbered tale less than the hour The comps ny were so few and so much of one mind that a speech was considered 1 cuperfluous and with one accord those present fell atalklng over the s prospects and explaining how It happened that the rest aldnt attend t Gov Keckhnins Ulnrrnr t Governor Beckham will speak a IIn a Paducah tomorrow night at 8 J oclock The speech will be made 1 I In the Kentucky theater and the lion Hal S Corbtflt will IntroJuco hlti He will arrive at C oclock und go to the Palmer House He probably wl11 remain In Paducah all morning Thursday to give his friends an op portunlty to greet bun His Itinerary Is Cadiz today Cerulean tonight Rddyvllle Wednes day afternoon Paducah Wcdnesda night Smith land Thursday aftei noon Salem Thursday night M fi1Y ii If ah article Is Imitated the thtitali It always best Think it ov r cand when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve It Is the original and the name Is stamped on every box Good for eczema letter bolls cuts and bruises and especial recommended for piles Sold b Lang Bros Itciuilillcan Convention The Republicans of the city of Pa ducali Ky are culled to meet at the city hall fl the city of Paducah Ky on Thursday October 11th 1900 for the purpose of nominating candy dates for the various city offices to b voted for at the November election The convention will be called to or 4 4der at 2 oclock p in and the viva manner of Voting will prevail PRANK BOYD Chairmanl City Committee C W MERIUWEATHER Secy Many a man of humane Impulses who would not willingly harm a kit ten Is guilty of cruelty where his own etomach is concerned Overdriven overworked when what It needs Is something that will digest the foot paten and help the stomach to recuI Aerate Something like Kodol fo e Dyspepsia that Is sold by Lang Bros New Goods Just In Neuchtel Pineapple Camembert Brick Cheese also Now Mackrel Nan Raisins Holland Herring TIckled Herring Codfish and Shredded Cod ash at Jake Biederman Grocery and f Baking Company A cold IIB much more easily cured when the bowels are open Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar opens the bowels and drives the cold out of the system In young or old Sold ff- i by i Lang Bros hilt JVxas Wonder CJresall kidney bladder and thou malic troubles sold by J 1IOehl hchlaeger COI Broadway Dr E W Hall office 292G Olive street 6t Loiilil Mo True and tried friends of the family DoWItts Little Early Htlers Best for results and best to take Dependable little pills They do not gripe or sicken Sold by Lang Bros The sap of the birch tree Is con I s svertlblo Into wine spirit of vinegar Theres Nothing Beyond Us in Garment Making t Our new woolens are a choice selection from the best r t foreign and domestic looms J We show many handsome o and exclusive patterns Youll find our prices mod crate and pleasing Tpr DICKE BLACK rsjj I 916 Broadway Opposite Fraternity Building rY Y ROOTS SUCCESS MAKESFRIEN S 8t libinftvcs Suspicion Prom rho LiitinAinerlcnn Mintlfl Kiiillilntrii Monroe Doctrine to fioilt tln Neighbors ami ToM Our Jtiteiitluiis k Jl t 1ilk IIKTUIIXS lOl WSIIIS01OS r iWashington D CJ Oct 2Drlngf- ngto an en5 one of the most lntpot aiitv diplomatic mltslons ever uiide taken by an American ofllclal Elihu Root today arrived WashIngtont from Cartagena Colombia That port was the last point at which Iho touched in the three months trip to important South American countrlc which he underook for lira purpose of promoting better feeling toward tho United States It was a mIssion to dispel suspicion Secretary Root set himself to tho task of dispelling the Idea that tho United States had territorial or other than friendly ambitions toward the countries of the western hemisphere He found that the suspicion which at- taChed to America has been that the United States did not attach to the TheleXjJlnnntlon the Monroe doctrlno A prevallln belief In Latin attached to the pollch ofrthe United States would under rvatof the Monroe doctrine chec any terrfyorlaf aspirations of Euro 2Qlow rs on this sdo of the water but that in return for protection thus afforded would welt to exercise some tart of control over the government protected Mr Root plainly outline the policy of the United States Its absence of diplomatic Intrigue He1 succeeded In convincing the varlon peoples whom he visited that the Washington government meant Just what it said IIllIYEll HEWS I River Stages CaIro 2210 lG rfso Chattanooga 192 GI rise CIncinnati 10C o4 rise Ivansvllle 133 J2 rise Jorenco 89 03 rise ohnsonvllle 1C9 04 rll oulsvllle G2- U 04 fall Carmel 28 OC rise Cashvllle 154- UtSburg 23 falf 02 0risla- vis Island Dani T i200 rls Si litl Ilt Vernon 114 lo rise aducah 0lJ8 17 rise The river rose 17 In the last 24 hours The stage this morning WlS U8 As the rain seems not to have muted It cannot be predicted with ertalnty how high the river will go Ml the small tributary streams ar verflowlng and their volume adder to the river will make u high stage At Chattanooga It rose eight feet In 48 hours and at other points the rise has been as heavy Do you like pumpkin pie Would ou pick up a big Juicy pumpkin IIf It passed at your feet Well If mot would go down to the river hire a s klff for twentyfive or fifty cents and- o pumpkin fishing You wont have to walt for a bite either They Just come bobbing up and down on tin urfnce of the river as thick as pease Jobn Rogers night watchman on the- DIck Fowler carried a wagon load home this morningbut at the ame place he got them there were a dozen other wagon loads waltlnt tor an owner It Is this way Tat Duck river about 125 miles up thi ennesseo river flows through a hit pumpkin raising section The rains lavo made a torrent out of the or manly peaceful Duck river and the armors are seeing their pumpklm cashed away by tile ton They como Oil down the Tennessee and many wont stop till they run against the revolution In Cubatheya going to HIo gulf and then maybe some may lIoat to the south polo At any rate joy are passing Paducah In mouth aterlug quantities This beats farming several boat and tho whhrf boat oincors Ilencths organizing tho In Pumpkin association or- 1I0w to Reap Without Sowing Some rlftwood formed an obstruction round the Dick Fowlor last night and tho pumpkins literally piled up tllerc John Street the night wharf master said there were over a dozen wagon loads Just at that one point Think of a whojpjvldo river with iimpklns floating relatively as thick Theres jlajsjfjed there for all willter for ono tlf rmoure stock lIrds It Is estimated that if all thoso pumpkins were taken out of- tho river It would fall several feet The Saltlllo arrived from St Louis last night with a good trip ton n vi RA rIo a a MA h7l6 f r Sec the economy of the straight line selling system of the National Cigar Stands The tobacco that used to bchamhd from planter to leaf II to the smoker by the arrowstraight tlight of the National Cigar Stands Co which is itself virtually its own producer And Here fire Some Results Two smallprofits one manufacturing one rotailfnjf inttteut of lure r A scientific system of cigar keeping parented In the National CfWlr Stands Co and used by the National Stands uxchiaivfly iistwul of the pldfaslnmuHl l ciga case that only varied the monotpuy qf ciara too dry by making them too moist II And fall- yBetterI Cigars for Less Money 1 Than Ever Before Sold CubaRomaClear Havana i as good as was ever bought at Jl for 25c 5c Blackand White Seed and Havana i usual 3 for lid grade 5c Resagos Clear Havana better than most 5r i1rarsY 19 for 29c Stirling Castle Fine clear Havana cigar inc quality Cc La Idalia Highest grade clear Havana cigar made 3 for 25c anti Lord CarverThe best HavanaSumatra cigar made 3 for 25c here Lire Nix National Cljjnr Stands In Ptitliiciili ut thu following ncl UruMMCM und only tit these stundei cnn rVittloniil CI fiiM he ohtiitiicd W B McPHERSON 335 Broadway F E DUNN Seventh and Clay Streets- J D BACON Seventh and Jackson Sts J C GILBERT 1646 Meyers Street PETTITS RED CROSS PHARMACY 12th and Trimble Sis JAMES P SLEETH 904 Broadway r 9V I IS EMitchellE 326 S Third Street Carries the most com plete line of Bicycles and Supplies in the city Morgan Wrighti Tires the standard of the world 550 Per Pair this point and left at midnight for Tennessee rIVer points The Clyde arrived out of the Ten nessee river last night at CnO oclock with a big trip and went on down to Joppa to deliver a barge load of lumber The Clyde had the decks covered with lumber The George Cowling came back from Metropolis last night at 030 oclock amfieft at 7r oclock with the party of Paducah business men to Metropolis Tho party came back at 1145 oclock The Cowling will make the regular trips today having gone hack to Metropolis last night This rued to be tho Henry Har leys day In tho Hvausvllle tradebut tho Dunbar has it now arriving today from that city The Dick Fowler got away for Cairo on time this morning OlllrlJFUIrustM Tile Ohio at Evausvlllo and Mt Vernon will continue rising during the next two days At Paducah and Cairo will continue rlslnf during the next four days The Tennessee at Florence will commence rising again within tune next 24 bourn At Jacksonville will continue rising during the next 3C hours Tho Mississippi from Chester to Cairo will rlin during tho next two days Toe Vabash at Mt Carmel will rise unite rapidly during tho next two day y ftetwcrlbe ftor The bM Lri dVol OGARSTANDS Two Profits vs Five Profits jobber up rr tA1 LUZERNE COAL STEare sole agents for the best Kentucky Coal sold on the market Why send your money out of the tate when you can buy a Kentucky pro duct for less money and get as good fuel for any domestic purpose as money can buy When you buy Kentucky coal you are fostering home and state enterprises and when you buy LUZERNE you are getting tjie best that Kcn tacky produces Get our prices All Sizes of Lehigh Anthracite 9a ton 3 = c Barry Henoeberger BOTH PHONES 70 I T the LE N OTC HOTELI IN- fUFFALO Modern Highest Grade p n OUR OWN ELECTRIC CARRIAGES EXCLUSIVELY FOR PATRONS Every few minutes between Hotel Depots Wharves and through Business District GeOR IEUROPEANI FIREPROOF THROUGHOUTrwydgor fJ Homes on Easy Terms I hnvo quite a number of elecutit little cottnpe homes of three four and live rooms well located which t 41111 RoiiiR to offer for snle at front liOO to f800 each on monthly pity ments of from 81 fi to S20 per month brass that u fair ASII- VHICE t Iferetoforol Imvo required ton per tent of thu prico in advance on suuli sales hut will now tell with one regular f monthly imyiiiont in ndvnnco A vitro opportunity to uet tU 2J1 homo iIlotJItseelersi i J M WORTEN Fraternity Building 1 I 0 BARGAINS IN TICKETS VIA ROCK ISLAND i VijKf J1 l lrr e IstTOTO rAIimPMlA Vtry low round trip uln all lumnwr Spway LALU UllliA reduction SFtcmb 3 to IUiiincliiilvt O e Colonist tickets will be on ule StpttmWr 15 tto Olobr Jl TO nor SPRINGS ARK Lr rauai trip utI all t4 Illustrated Booklets and Full Informilion Rc ard ing Rates Routes tlcJ1 Request h IGEOI y W r U Ituov P PURYKAtt PAXTOt1reildeul CulJler Anlntunt C allier Citizens Savings Bans f tvr j 14ew j Catllt 1 sioooooRutts 1 50000 Stock holders liability 0OOOO I Tolnl1IwI l atcurlty to depositors 250000 I nppreclateCj courteous treatment Interest Paid on Tin a Pepoalta t Open Saturday nights Tijpjn seven to eight oclock r Third and Broadway L v r1w1iI TO LET Severalsuperior offices on secondand third floors of our building providedwith heat water light electric elevator and modern sanitary arrangements Prices lowest in city for similar offices double offices especially adapted for dentists American German National Bank 227 Broadway oiiAhIt H aIJ v Pa11Si Pansrr t- Cur = = See Us 1=or == t4AND ijjZZIkNt t J Foreman Bros Novelty Co r Incorporated 121120 N Pourth St PIlonc 7dS7 zy YOUR FIRSFTHOUGHT When dwelling on the Plumbing or Heating question Is Whos the brat fo seep Ask your neighbor Oftener hunt tint j he will refer you to E D1IANNANPlumbing Heating Gas Fitting 132 South Fourth 335 IContuclcy Avo Hoth Phones 201 CITY TRANSFER CO K Now located at t LOla ber s Stable We are ready for all kinds of hauling TELEPHONf 499 r- 1i MfrrM Irill L WIlY NOT OWN YOUR HOME Quit paying rant Let us build the house you pay for It ntrynu pay rent Vacant lots in all parts of the city Nice lots on the proposed car extension on Broad to union depot and on Allen streets from 50 to 350 each Buy now on installment plan while cheap This is the highest ground in the city Property isI advancing rapid- lyMcCracken Real Estate J Mortgage Co I Ullcird DI sunders Phone7j3 Subscribe for THE SUN and get the news l while tt is news i 4hAII1g SEVEN I1fi FXtJUCX 7 Nt TUESDAY OCrOBEn 2 1 J qJ t5heH Bath Comedy By AGNES and EGERTON CASTLE g ll4Aarborrf tif Thelrlds of J nnleo- MCOPYniCHTt r 1000 D yr IJ C II n TON CASTLE fj OHara looked steadily at tort1 Verriey glnnclng contemptuously at Captain Splcor and then wltblpng fullI searching at the beguiling widow She thought to scent danger to Iiersol f In tho nlrj and womanlike she FplzcdII unscrupulously upon the sharpest weapon In her armory I 1 Pcrhnp the MIll with au angry Bcornful laugh Mr OHnra will now deny that he and hi servants attackedI 1 my chairmen lu tho dark threw me ncreamlng with terror Into life carriage yr nvowevllj row All ryes were fixed on the Irishman end HlliMKo waited upon his reply Hoi had grown no Palo that his red head seemed to flame by contrast Ho wadei a low bow No Kitty iinld ho In a very gentle sweeplugThis lady said ho tens spoken truth nil for mo I am rnady to meet the you sequpiicon of my conduct Ills eyp11 Dually rested once more on Lord Vrrney The latter grew whlto end then scarlet whllo Splccr whls pered and again jogged youthtis digestion of hie contemporaries that Ills stomach did not no squeamishly robe at tint prospect of a dose of steel of course air you must bo nwnro It shall lio nwonl Interrupted tho JnrpreMlble Hnlrcr nod sir what my noble friend will have left of your lady I will myself male wince ot this ulfiht lye sir said the captain an tonMied at bis own valor shopping hits L bony chest uml beginning to squint us was his wont under excitement I will i fight you myself sir Fight you exclaimed OHiiri slid dcnly lit 1111 I into magnificent contempt Tight you slrbe ran n withering I ofI1thc writer of that dirty note this morn fug bidding me npologlro HxlosUo cried Dents with his most luscious broltUlIl tho man Sir Jasper there for having liimiltod you on the sub ject of your miserable mealy head tight you Blrl Sure rather than light youmiald Mr OUomlInhlll for the most rmphiitlc niMovnratlon conceiv able Id never fight again for the rest of my llfo Hut Ill tell you whit Ill do for you Next time you thrust that ugly tare of yours within the reach of me arm Ill pull your nose till Its S as long as your tongue and ns slender as yer courngcJ Oh what a low scoundrel mur mured Captain Spicer withdrawing 1 quickly several paces and with an IIIItensified east In his eye TIs posi mipeaketo him l h rllIIDIlIngI But Hint her comply should drift IIII to tragedy wns none of Mlstresj 1ltItys Intentions Briskly stepping be tween tho laboriously pugnacious YerIney and the poor Irishman whoso eye for all his present composure shone with the lust of the tray she thus ad i 44 dressed them collectively and in tunlIShame sham gentlemen I pro test Is It not enough that n poor woI mans heart should IMS set afluttcrlng by overmuch love Must It now go pitapat again for overmuch hale IyII Lord Vcrney think of your lUolherII think of her of whoso declining years I you Ire the solo prop and joy Recall to mind those principles of high morality of noblo Christian fllltrIhI which that paragon of women HO hcdu t bushy Inculcated In you Her voice quivered on tile faintest note of mock cry Oh what would that worthy I ladys feeling bo were you to lio brought homo to hern corpse What I ah what Indeed would your feelings be If by some accident hero she shot t Ilnvolmtntarliy what was almost UOII suspicion of a wink In the direction of I OHara pl you bad to answer for the I life of n fellow creature before tomorrows It dawn Wby you could never open your Bible again Without feel t Ing In your bj som the throbbing heart I of a Cain She topped to draw breath Mr Htaftord one delighted grin slid the whole length of the table on which It be sat with dangling legs to get n I t fuller view of the saucy face Iiicom Parable Ucllalrs bo murmured to him Lt self with keen appreciation nod HIIII boo my noble friend thought he ns li bo shot a glance nt the solemn Veruey now do I know what has closed to you forever the gates of parlhllseII And you Mr OHara resumed the lady turning her eye full oflndo finable smith entrancing fiubtletlen up ypubnvejuoIt Do not thoudo notJorco this linpctu Ons t young man to an unnecessary t qunrrel Allow him to withdraw hIs Challenge Do that In atonement sir laid ltwIth mUch severity of accent but her eye said sweetly enough Du loaf toe me and gave further promise of unutterable rowArllfiandousaid Ollnrn glancing away ns If the sight of lice beauty t were now moro Into than pleasure to Ida tis for ply Lord Verney to peak I nui entirely nt his orders I understand nod here for all Ills chlv olrousness be could not refrain hint from a point of i satireI understand iilanin that you bjivo elveu hint tho t right to eupbuso your quarrels MoM cerUinly sold the crimson yQrucitvieeul j monstrously cany dur ngllTeTsdyseermon noronly because every word of It bit some tea- L der point of hla nhnormally developedI conscience but also because of an In definable sensation kilt ho was being held up to ridicule most certainly sir It Is ns Mistress Bcllalrn future husband tba t find It Incumbent thatt II find myself forced reluctantly no I menu Hem ha doundcrcd and look cd round for 8plcer will howatcr win ostentatiously turning bis bock uponI the proceedings and garlng at the 1ll00nIn tact resumed the poor youth felling gaell mthls own uiignld- ed wIIB1 have no alternative put toI demand satisfaction for an outrage iigalnst the future Lady Vcrney Mercy on umilP cried Mlstrem Kitty with n shrill Indignant little scream Oh lie my lord who would bavo deemed you so bloodthirsty BeforeI lien nil nho cried piously glancing att the rafteml celling before benven 1 Itt would lio the death of tae were there to Im iimrrellng strife contention torI metor much Who am I If nho said with the nio t nngclle bumlllty that two such gallant gentlemen should stake their lives for me Bather said mime will I glue you hack you word ipy told Indeed thin with n noble nlrof sacrifice I feelI Providence has hilt too clearly shown me my duty IliiflU hush Vcniey bethink yourself How could I ever taco your mother were you lndcc to survive tbo en counter with the knowledge that I bad exposed you to danger that for me you had loaded your soul with blood gullllnennr She shuddered anti looked delicious Child raid nho meltlngly IIH 1oll1 Vcnicy faintly protested It must bo to I have felt It more than oucv you nib too young There was n conviction In her voice that gave no hope of reprieve and Lord Verney who hunt already fouud out that Mistress Bellalrn was too dangerous a delight to pursue with comfort accepted his sentence with n Christian resignation that did justice to Ills mothers train lug All nil must now lho over between us said Kitty pathetically save a gentle friendship Your laud my lord Sho reached for Ills clumsy paw with Ijer deti ruium Illtlo flugur Mr OHara said she turning round I forgive you Your baud also sir If tho clasp she extended to Vcrucy was purely olllclnl that with which she now seized OHnrao cold right haul was eloquent enough with quick and secret pressure But for tho first time tu bls life perhaps Ollnrn was slow In returning n womans token Shako hands ordered Mistress Bellnlrs decisively and Joined the bel ligerents JIll 11118 Hero Stafford rprang Jovially to Urn aMKlfltancc of the pretty M acemaker Right right cried be Shako hands on It like good fellows Fie Who could keep up n feud under those beaming eyes serer bo downcast Verney lad What did I tell thee only yesterday in the pump room about thy halo Denis my boy Ive always loved thee but now Ill love theo more than ever If only thou wilt mix us n bowl of punch In right good Irish ash Iniijfli that In It wo may drown all en mity olid drink good friendship and nbovarfir toast the dlvlna Kitty Bel lairsIlurroosb cried Oilmen end with a valiant gulp determined to swallow his own bitter disappointment and Hood In n tldn of warm gayety the cold ache In Ida heart By all menu lie cried wrung Vcrneys bond with feverish cordiality and goer one last widly longing look nt Kitty and his lovely delusive dream Then spinning round upon himself ho demanded loudly of the willing land oed lemons and the craythur a cou lo of bottles my friend n bowl of su gar and n trifle of wather the Biimller the klttlo the better It bolls And Wnko up man cried be slapping Sir Jasper on tho back so that the lowlier flow trout that baronets coil Sure woro all happy run Wheres my wife slrl said time gloomy husband springing tto his feet fiercely Ive been made n foot of between you but rill this lilIes not tell me where my wife III Stafford moos see It now Tills has bents n blind Ho struck hIs forehead Ha yes 1I iavo It now It was n false scent The villain the fox Is off with her oitI another road with his tongue In hla check grinning to think of too sitting and waiting fdr themat Dcvltesl Tom the chaise the horses Theres not a uiouidnt to be lostl Devil n horse or ciiaj for me sir cried his friend and rolling dt Kit ty I knotv when Ioi in good coin nary he pursued It you dont Sit down until i theres punch brewing Your vengeance will keep hot enough 1m hnbut site punch wontl Glory cried OHara starlnff at Sir Jasper ns It bo were a natural curl 1t Ive known many a madman but 1 never knew ono mend enough yet to run away from n punch heel With lace riitlles neatly turned back front his deft hands OHara began to peel time lemons Do you now said Captain SpIcer wttU an Ingratiating chirpdo you really cure for quite so much peel lathe bowl iiuem I Tr flu 1t1Ued i 5 IIU GIRL CONFESSESTO Doyle Bradford Makes Trouble For BrotlicrinLnw Vnile Bradford find Chaseto Oct Cllrl Before She WHS Spirited v Away t r I A QUKSTION OK JUHISOIOTIOX Doyle Bradford the 15yearold girt who It Is alleged eloped with her brotherIn law William Mnuuri dro leaving his wife In nearly dealt lute circumstances was brought Iback to Paducah last night by her brother Wade Bradford but not un til mho brother had an exciting chase on train and afoot and placed his life In jeopardy to rescue her Tho events of yesterday loading up to the girls rescue were moro exciting than those attending tho arrest of Mahundro who was caught In the woods utter a lively chaso In a buggy by Detective Will Baker this city Yesterday morning Detective Will Baker sent Wado Bradford to Pur year Tenn to bring time girl back Attar seating himself In the Nash vlllu Chattanooga and St Louis 146roclock yesterday morning Bradford noticed a brother of Mahundro sit ting In the coach Ho suspected that the other Intended to thwart his pur poses and was prepared When tho train reached Puryear ho alighted and started for his brothers home where ho knew his sister was The Mahundro brother also started and the two raced for Itt Near tho homo trouble was nar cowl averted and Bradford reached there first Mahundros brother Is said to have attempted to take her after tills but tho girl was brought here In safety On arriving at Paducah she was taken to the police station whoro for an hour Chief of Police Collins Do teethe Baker and Police Judgo Pur year talked to her A written statement by tho girl wax secured In which It Is said she made a clean confession alleging that William Mahundro seduced her In Ballard county two Kara ago She was but 11 years old Since that time she aJ melts she had Intimate relations with him ending In the elopement- We are uncertain about whether wo can try the man In this county and arc now taking counsel to learn If we have to take him back to where tho seduction is alleged to Tiavo been committed said Detective Baker Tho elopement was made from Paducah however Trio warrant was sworn out here Tho girl Is being watched to keep her from leaving tho city Tho case will probably bo fino of tho most sensational In years Mahundro Is said to bo fully 40 years old NEWS OF KENTUCKY Democratic Candidates Louisville IKy Oct lor Unit ed States Senator James B Mc Crcary mind J C w liockham For GovernorS W linger and N D lays For Lieutenant UoeruorSoulh Trimble 1 For Attorney GoneralLlillard Carter and J K llondrlck For Auditor1 Henry M1 nosworth For Secretary of St toIrllbcrtI Vreeland For Treasurer Uuby Laffoon For Superintendent ot Public In struction K A Gulllon and M O WinfreyFor of Agriculture I In C Crcnshaw and J1Vt Newman I For Clork of Court of Alll1ealll I John n Chen all I The above Is tho list of the candidates I whoso names will appear on tho j ballot to bo voted In the Democratic I stale primary election which will I tako titmice November C I Croislntid Divorce Slayflold od20n Safdridr It Srtentber 29th Judgo Ed Crossland filed Suit against his wife brnestlne t asking for n divorce alleging as thett cause for this action Multertt Ho was married to Miss Ernestine I Taylor May 31st 1899 and theyII lived happily together until Sapient t ber SCth 190G when Mr Crossland decided lo hiring suit against her for J flnnl divorce I Two children have been born to I them during this time ono Is five I years old and named Samuel lose Crosslano the second is three years old and is named Susan Hyatt Cross land in his trillion Mr Crossland J all Judgment against her for dl I rnrco and also the custody of tho two chIldren tJio tiling ot this cult pro j STAND OF MAYOR NOT WELL TAKEN His Objections Dissipated On Investigation City Solicitor fktN Mind at nest Con cerning Irolrcflon of Citys InteivMt H1XTJOXSOF TilBI OHDIXAXCK I Whatever may have been behind Mayor Yelfcrs opposition to the Nineteenth street franchise for the Paducah Traction company his stat ed objections last night went to pieces on Investigation It was at first understood that he disapproved granting a franchise that would expire on a date different from that sot for the expiration of all the other franchises possessed by the Paducah fraction company This same question was considered by the general council before the ordinance WRS adopted The facts on which the general council acted wore these Al the other franchises cxplro at one time This Ilttlo line from Sev enteenth street and Broadway to Nineteenth street sadI the Mayfleld road could not be profitably operated without tho other lines Consequently It matters little when this franchise expires as all the other linos can be sold to ono purchaser when their franchises expire without hindrance by this branch Oversight In reading seems to have Interfered with the mayor acquiring a proper conception of tho scope of tho franchise ordinance lie says the citys Interests are neglected and tho city solicitor did not study the ordinanceCity Campbell set tho mayors mind at rest concerning this when he replied on tho floor of the council that he had read the ordi nance Ho said section S provides for amendment of tho franchise at anytime at the pleasure of tho general council Sections 4 and 8 read as follows Section 4Tho city of Pailucah re serves tho right to regulate and ion trol tho speed of the cars frequency of trips and fares charges by the purchaser successors or assigns pro vlflod thaTiho fnrn hn1r11ot bl lfithan five cents for one trip for adults and half faro for children under 12 years old and no fare for children under five when accompanied by an adult and that a transfer shall be given for ono continuous passage to- aDY other lino In the city of Paducah owned or operated by the purchaser Section SThis ordinance may ho amended at any time by tho general council and tho city reserves the right to adopt from time to tlmo such ordinances IIS It sees fit controlling and regulating the cxcrcko of tho herein granted franchise duccd quite a sensalon In time city as his many friends thought they were living happily together I W n Iliildrmnii Chosen Louisville Ky Oct 2 Tho Democratic state central and state executive committees mot In joint session at 2 oclock this afternoon In the leather room In tho Now Sqcl bachTho only business of Importance called up was tho election of a com mltte man on both committees from time staleat large tto till the vacancy caused by tho resignation of Judge John M Lasslng Tho namo of Mr W B Haldeman was tho only ono presented and ho was accordingly elected Goodwin Goes Up Clyde Goodwin a Kitty Leaguo graduate of time Vlncennes team two years ago broke Into fast company Sunday Goodwin has been pitching great ball for tho Milwaukee team of the American association all year and wag drafted by Washington of tits American league ho patched his first game for tho Senators Sun day at Chicago Chicago id just two I and a half gainer to the good in tho raco for the pennant with only eight more guinea to playso a record breaking crowd was on hand to see tho game It proved too tnuch for Goodwin too for In tho third Inning the rooters went after hIm and ho turned loose his balloon sending two men to first In siicceseloriwhen ho made way for an older tend kit son There were 21000 people at tho game and It can easily bo icon how such a crowd could awe a youngster Goodwin has the proper stuff In him however and his Pad II cah admirers are confident he will make good I MAIUtlAUi MCKXSKS I J H Meyers 61 years old toJJ Ethel Wells 35 fornmerl of Shaw nee Oklahoma Had latter of this city Third marriage of tho man and second othe woman YOUR ATTENTION 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your rooms may be always kept at a healthful even temperature Sold Exclusively By HANK BROS 218 Broadway H 7 1 1 PADUCAH SADDLERY CO Cor Fourth and Jefferson HORSe OUTFITTERS s 3 Harness Saddles Bridles Bits Whips f Blankets Retail Department OuyN acc Lee Nance Jr M Nance Kmb lmer t While Ambulance fur Sick and Injured Only GUY NANCE SONUndertakers and Embalmers Now Phone 334 Old Pitons 699 Open Duy and Nljiht l T IWAILTHAND VITALITY xaazprs jxLx6Tboarwlht labllonoJJDIOICnc1of Tot cn ur Olum 111411 knit w Consutrpuua anti nfintk with era ea order we rarCfcn or rnland Enne r ohlll6I1I0 per 111 abe rafot5aOO lI1tDIlfltS feus7111xrflrrelsud low ItY AJ VBY a List AK at1clIorItAPjpAa aCT E j SUBSCRIBE FOR TUESUN r w A In s ajU e v e PAGE EIGHT CTHEI PADUOAH EVENING SUNTUESDAY OCTOBER 2 COUNCIL PASSES THE ORDINANCE Over Mayor Yeisers Veto and Objections t Ho end CUr Solicitor Disagree About Facts of the Case oii the Floor HE HAD SEEN THI ORDINANCE 4Mayor YeIser last night waS given several hard Jolts In the meeting of tho board of councilmen lie vetoed the ordinance for the sale of a fran chise to build car lines on Nlne teenth street Mayor Yelscr attacked the traction company and several speeches with nearly as much fire as the mayor exhibited were made In reply Tho board ended by passing tho measure over his veto There were other Important matters acted on and the meeting llasted until nearly 11 oclock- Couticllmen Herzogi and Oehl schlaeger were absent The minutes of tno last regular i and called meetings wets read and 4 adoptedMayor Yelser presented the ordi nance for the sale of a franchise for i a street car line on Broadway from Seventeenth to Nineteenth streets thence south on Nineteenth street to ilheil It pained him much to bayeto tisuch action In returning ItumijgiiedI fife gave his reasons as follows That he was In favor of extending lines If u city Is under proper restrictions that tho street car company Is get tlpg more than It Is giving that the ordinance does not conform with the other street car company franchises that the ordinance was drawn by attorneys of the traction company and was not approved by the city solicit or lie stated that tho speed limit has been Ignored that the comple tion of Improvements was not ef fected within the limit He also said 4that no proper restrictions were made In regard to replacing the streets In condition In short the mayor claimed the traction company had the city by the throat Mayor Yelser stated that no ordlnancas or franchises were In existence where It gave other companies privilege of using Its tracks over certain streets Ho stated that the company Is now claiming under a perpetual grant certain streets Broadway and Jefferson Mayor YeIser declared that ho thought tho city should have a part of the prpceeds of tho company Ths be staled was the concensus of opln ion at the municipality convention it Chicago which be attended Mayor YeIser explained In conclusion that he was not against the traction company but simply In favor of tho citys Interest Ho staled that he thought as sure as he had to meet his Maker this particular ordinance was the most outrageous and unfair ho had avr seen Mayor Yeller was apologetic to all gentlemen connected with the traction company Mayor t Yelser wanted the line to go to Twentyfirst street go out to atltfirio- avenue and thence to the MavfieidVdq roadCity Solicitor Campbell took tlii floor and corrected the statement of 1 Mayor Yelser Ho said ho had in epc ted the ordinance and found It protects the city as much ns docs tho Broadway franchise Ho said the ordinance contains a ProvIsion that u the franchise may be amended at the l will of the generalcouncil Councilman Duval moved to place the franchise the third time over the mayors veto- Councilman Barnett stated that he thought the board should delay tho vote until more thought could be given tho matter He amended with such a motion j Mayor YeIser stated the charter t stated a mayors veto must bo acted on Immediately Mr Joseph Friedman asked to be heard but Mayor Yclacr strongly protested saying that Mr Friedman had no right to appear under the cir 1 cumstances Mr Friedman Is pr- esltit of the Paducah Traction com pany President McBroom had ruled the matter might be delayed and con strued the section of tho charter not to moan that Immediate action shall bo takenThe then hell act caus ed the controversy and the president renewed his ruling The solicitor was asked for his opinion but President McBroom had ruled and this closed thin argument Tho motion to adopt the amend moat resulted In a vote of 3 to C Councllnien Crandlo Duval and Mey ers voting nay A request from the traction company n to permit It to leave Its tracks off North Twelfth street from Trim V tileJ street to Harrison street to facll i HMfrja handling of crowds from i tfUth and Trimble streets whore ra m circuses and carnivals are held Mayor Yeiser declared that he did not think the company should be permitted The request was received and filed Mr Joseph Friedman stated that tho company bad removed all old tracks and wanted this pcco of track to back care on to facilitate handling crowds that tho object of giving good service was the Intention or tho company and It any tracks had not been taken up they would be In regard to the Nineteenth street Iran chise ordinance If any defect or ap patently an attempt to cover up anything was alitt known to the compa ny officers Mayors Report MayorI Yelscr reported what ho saw and learned at the annual convention of American municipalities at Chicago on September 2C 27 and 28 Ho stated that street construction and municipal ownership were chiefly discussed He read a lengthy report closely typewritten lie stated several were opposed to municipal ownership and that one able cham pion In this cause stated It carried with It too much political Interest Mayor Yelser stated that he lead two bids on coal for the season for tho city One was from the Norton ville Coal company another from tile West Kentucky Coal company Mayor Yelser referred the bids for nc tlon The formers bid was defective and the company asked to bo per mitted to amend Mr W F Paxton of the Nortonf vlllo Coal company was asked It ho wanted to speak and he did but on Ily stated that Mayor YeIser had charged ho was guilty of lobbying lRrthe traction company He asked councilman to whom ho spu IItwr to on that matter to hold up his No hands wont up Mr Paxton stated he only desired to show that Mayor Yeiser was wrong Mayor Yeiser gracefully apologiz ed and tho apology was as gracefully acceptedThe on the coal supply were rejectedMayor YeIser stated that the matter of Incorrectness of the city scales had caused confusion The matter will bo Investigated City Engineer Washington stated that Engineer Alvold would prepare at once plans for the No 3 sower districtThe ordinance committee was In structed to draft a measure for con crete sidewalks on Eighth street from Washington street to Norton streetNotice of a suit tiled against the city by Mrs Addle Crutchflold for 110000 was filed II H Evans and John Oollghtly wore refunded i 50 each deposits for saloon licenses refused The matter of securing a right of way over private property where tho new sewers are to go was referred to the street committee and city engi neerTho board of public works was or dered to reduce the street force Tho motion for ordinance com mittee to draft an ordinance hopes ing a fine for surface water closets was lost The board of public works was ordered to place an electric light at tho north end of Sixth street island creek bridge Engineer Washington was ordered to secure warrants against persons not making proper lead pipe connec lions where street Improvements are 11J9 lc PPIO matter of making a new con tract with the water company tho od contract expiring this year was referred to tho Joint light and water committeeA against granting John Oollghtly a saloon license In Llttlevlllo was received and tiled The auditors report for Septenu 22702690incalved and flied The report of the finance commit tee showing a total of 1580608 for salaries accounts etc was re ceived and filed The Ohio Valley Improvement association will meet shortly and the board made a UOO appropriation to defray expenses of local delegates The mayor and Joint finance com mittee were authorized to borrow what money necessary to carry the city through the next two months The mayor was authorized to ad vertise for horse feeds for the city departments for tho remainder of the year Ordinance for sidewalks on South Sixth street from Tennessee to Nor ton streets Second passage Ordinance for Improving Clay from Seventeenth to Nineteenth streets Second reading Ordinance for Improving Boyd from Sixth to Seventh street Second passage Ordinance prohibiting the Beans lug of bucket shops First passage A petition to build sIdewalks on Fountain avenue fcom Broadway to Jefferson An ordinance was order ed drafted A petition to construct a sidewalk on Clements from Meyers to Bridge schooli1200lreet Vinol builds you up and keens you UP Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil Better than oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness colds coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Try it on our guarantee- W It MIHEIWOV UniffiNt feet filed a remonstrance The petition and remonstrance were receiv ed and flied A petition for Improving Eleventh street between Clark and Jackson streets was received and tiled The the chief wants two addition al fire plugs near Second and Wash ington whore two big buildings are located The plugs were ordered In stalledThe report of tho chief of police was received and filed It showed a total of 54310 fines collected In SeptemberAn from M H Galla gher at 829 Trimble street for a liquor license was favorably acted on H T Vogel at 121 Kentucky av enue asked for a coffee house license Granted- F J Lanam company nt 115 South Fourth street was granted a license for a saloon Tlnsloy Son at Sixth and Fin ley street were granted a saloon li conic E CEaker asked for a license at 900 North Eighth street rhls Is where J D Overstrevt was located and closed for a Sabbath violation The license was refuted Deposit money was ordered returned George H Goodman company 13S North Second street asked for a wholesale beer license but the ap plication was defective and action deferredA for a transfer of coffee house Ilccnto from 1043 to 1039 Kentucky avenue from A Dcnkor was granted Several deeds and transfers of lots In Oak Grove were ratified The lranrlilxo Again Councilman Williamson moved to reconsider action In deferring action on the mayors veto city Solicitor Campbell stated that he considered H tho duty of tho board to net on the night tho veto wits reported lie thought It manda tory The motion to reconsider resulted In a unanimous vote to reconsider Councilman Katterjobn stated that tho mayors charges wore severe and that he did not want to sop the city get Into litigation Ho wanted lime to study but was will Ing to take the matter up at once lie asked tho city solicitor why he had nut discovered these defects be fore The mayor explained he had not aii opportunity or carefully ex amining It- SolicItor James Campbell stated the ordinance had been read before the boards acted but It was during a committee meeting when tho ordi nance was discussed Hn stated he did not have the ordinance beforo him lie later read and made chan gas Ho did not pass on the similari ty of this with others In effect be cause he was not asked to do so Solicitor Campbell stated he did not think the city as well protected In this us In other ordinances but stul ed tho city had recourse in the pas sage of other ordinances as amend ments The motion to give the ordinance third passage the mayors veto not withstanding was adopted Council men Meyers and Crandlo voting nay Councilman Williamson moved that tho traction company return all streets abandoned by It to the city lttbItranchlHeThe city clerk was ordered to draw a warrant for 17 tue paid the city solicitor who In turn shall pay It to the state for costs Incurred In the suits of W T Graves vs the city which the city won In the ap pellate court A return of no prop erty found vs Graves caused tho city to get stuck Property owners on GuthrIe avenue and Nineteenth street say the mud and mire Inconveniences them and asked for temporary relief In the way of sidewalks The report or tho milk and meat inspector was received aud tiled Are You Fully Prepared for the Horse Showll THIS is indeed a gala week for Paducah with the Horse Show the Convention and the opening of the fallseason With its roundof social diversions The question is Are you ready We arc Ready with just what you or any other man wants for the occasions of this weekor any other week The spirit of our house our organizationis to always have wliat any mans fancy says he wants from the very best to I be had jh evening clothes to the workingmans overalls So we invite your in spection of jour Horse Show dress and dress accessories with perfect confidence in their satisfying you See the new offerings in suits They come in single and double popularfabrics 1 Overcoats for all occasions at from 10 to 40 Full Dress Accessories Evening Suits Tuxedos lliite Glove Walking Z Gloves Light lop Coat The Louis XI Overcoats Opraa j Overcoats Soft Stiff or Silk Hats J yuy 5r i MEN5A1ID BOY S OUTfITTERS 3= AtlD BROApIifJ- i PADUCflN ic I lI 1 E8rABLls leD 1868 I l I u GOV J C W BECKHAM Will nddess the citizens of Paducah and Me crucken oounty at The Kentucky Theater Wednesday night Oct al mUG nt 8 oclock in tho interest of his candidacy for tho U S senate e councilman Katterjolm moved ti dump sufficient gravel In a hole IItn the alloy between Jones and Norton Tenth and Eleventh streets Car fled Tho solicitor was instructed to re draft an ordinance for Improvlmg South Fourth street from Norton t0 Husbands streets by sidewalks In terllneatlons mado by some one In validated the original ordinance The street contract has been let W C OBryan requested the ro turn of dedication of property In the OBryan addition for street purpose The request was granted Ordinance Acted On Ordinance for concrete sidewalk wa I at barley Place In MecbanlcsburR I from Moyqrtiitp Short to Clements streets Fratl passage Ordinance authorizing a vote on a 100000 bond issue for parks Sco and passage r On notion the board adjourned I XKW XAMK tilveii Old HrotlirrlioMl of Railway Firemen LYesterday In Milwaukee the an nual convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen came to a close and the Brotherhood of Railway I Firemen Is a thing of the past as flu I I A TIPi See Bradley Bros i iAbout Your Winter Supply of COAL Sole agents for the old reliable Cartcnvillc 111 wathcqliut and egg coa- lTelephone 339 as the name la concerned bmj of tho most Important actions taken In the wlndup was the changing of the name oF the order and hereafter It will jjpjtnown as tho Brotherhood of Railway Knginomcn HAILY OF GROWERS Grahamvlle today the Dark I IAt Growers ore having a big frog barbecue and speak g John Allen of GuthrIe spoke and others not of the association Twentyfive carcasses were barbecued Col Bud Dale of tho Now Richmond house was invited to speak there today Marmalade then made of quinces was known in Henry YIJIs reign The word IB derived front Merino loV A quince iw