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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rir b rn tyr Tv y- y Jibe ti- r i I iit Pabub hnidnt un t VOL XVIII NO 330 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 4 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEKt VICTIM OF COCAINE t trf IS PROMINENT MAN 4 Dr W S Mullins Formerly of Henderson Dies at Riverside Hospitall ytjl This Morning t WAS ADDICTED TO THE DRINK HABIT Suffering from cocaine poisoning and In a semiconscious condition Dr W S iMulllns formerly of Henderson IKy and at ono time professo- gg In the Homeopathic Medical college In Louisville was removed from tits office In the Eagle building last tight to the Ulvorsldo hospital where heS died early this morning without regalnglng consciousness Coroner Kaker will hold the Inquest this afternoon Whether It was filicide or an overdose of a drug to which the victim r wag addicted or took to quiet his nerves wrecked by drinking none o t knowsTiie condition of Of Mulling was discovered Inst night by thet porter of the Eagle building who hdord him crying In his room The tllOrter told Patrolmen Ringer and Cross who notified Dr Bass that thei man was In a dangerous condition 4Dr pass who responded prdmiitly recognized the symptoms of co caine poisoning and sent the patient to Riverside hospital where medical resources were unavailing Dr Mullins was 53 years old and leaves a wife and family In lien derson lie had been In Paducah about three weeks In Henderson tho unfortunate man bore a fine reputation and he practiced among the best families In the city for nearly a dozen years From there he went to Louisville shout ten years ago and held a chair In the Homeopathic Institution He remained In Loulsvllo seven years and returned to Henderson After practicing In Henderson three years he came to Paducah but left hU family temporarily In lIend orson Ho was addicted to strong drink and a few days ago Dr II P Sights who formerly lived In Henderson treated tho victim for nervous trouble resulting from a spree MUSIC PROMINENT FEATURE OF HIOH SCHOOL ALUMNI MEETING First Session of SWHOII to Be Held y Tomorrow ABernooula friar School I V C The first meeting of the Paducah High School Alumni association for the season will ho held In the High school auditorium tomorrow after noon at I oclock It U the design of tho organization to hold monthly I meetings which shall partake of a mixed social und literary nature 1 The program for this the first meet r Ing has been prepared under the di rectlon of the musical comraltteeand promises to bo most delightful l 1 I ITO DROP Irtztxcl TulAne University Students Adopt Nix Forma of Slsrt iNow Orleans Oct 4ho stu dents of Tulane University of New l Orleans have agreed to abandon the old form of hazing and iubotltute what wll amount to a mud bath for those of Inforlor strength Provident S B Cralghcad put a tabboo on baa ing and Suggested a tug of war contest It has been decjded to have a tug of war occur over a mud pond In historic Audubon park facing tho unl vorslty Tho boys will attempt to pull each other across tho pond I Prohibits The CluiiMiuin Huntsvllle Ala Oct 4 At a i meeting of the city council last night ordinance was adopted prohibit 11an the presentation of Thomas Dlx play The Clansman which Is billed to appear here October 16 Hurled Under Caveln 4Mfr Columbus 0 Oct 4Slx men I wereburled by a caveIn at Goodale park today Four were taken out One IB dead and It Is fcareet two others I have perished I The total registration In the city A this year was 2 ICO Democrats 1 3C1 Republican 085 mlscellane if oils 104 This Is a falling off of CSS from lust year the Democrats losing 3S4 and the Republicans 290 l The Renlttrntlon PRECINCTS Dem Rep Mil Butlers i 87 41 II Chalks 75 S2 6 8 S Fire SUtloa 68 22cSchmidts + 40 41 6 Glaubers tt 79 28 6- r LITTLE FIGHTING TOOK DUUINO Till CUBAN MNSUKHECTION GeneralIgclll Will CJolo Havana to JoG Tuft Troops Are AloVliig- lo Const Plnar del Oslo Cuba Oct 4Rev olutionists who arrived here last night to surrender were allowed ate freedom of the city A former Amer lean roughrider with them says actual fighting during tho revolution wee small and most of the combats exaggerated Bell Will CSo lo Hiivmm Washington Oct IAt1 tho presl dents request Gen Franklin J Hell chief of staff will proceed as soon an possible to Havana to consult wltbI Secretary Tart as to tho disposition of tho American troops Cavalry to Start Des Moines Oct 4Slx hundred I soldiers of the Eleventh cavalry were vaccinated today preparatory to their j departure for Cuba tomorrowjj t ONE FOR EACH FOURTEEN I t Plenty of Hello Instrument In 1 Irentrr New York New York Oct 4The city of New York has now a telephone for J each fourteen persons Tho New York Telephone company yesterday announced that In September It placed 7G84 new telephones hi serv Ice which Is 1000 more than any previous months gain There are now 270000 telephones In service J The company declares that New York IIs now the best telephoned city In the t world Washington Oct 4Tho presl dent today appointed Eugene Z LewIIs United States marshal for the southern district of Ohio vice Fagln removed The Total Registration FigurestJt Show Decrease From r Last Year I s S C House No 1 C9 28 2 h S S C Hoiiw N t 2 34 48 C XS C House IOC 22 1 l Klrkpatrlcks 94 G3 9 WlirehOUse 68 12 6 ROlers 130 31 11 Savages sa 77 C Berrys 122 23 8 Plow Factory co 27 2 Hennebergers 78 4fi 9 GallmansOt 90 74 9 Dlegels in 67 9 Yanceys 41 14 2 Totals j 1361 686 104 t MINE IS ON FIRE AND HELP CUT OFF Rescue Part Now Numbered1 Among The Victims All Coffin In Pocahontas ftccuml nmlt More Arc Ordered for Miners SIXTY MEN AUK ENTOMBED I Bluefteld W Va Oct 4SlxtI men or more aro In the Pocahontn- r mine In which an explosion scenes last evening all aro supposed to b dead The mine Is on fire ReBcue Is practically Impossible All the comas In Pocahontas were secure Fifty morq are ordered Two rescue parties risked their lives and went In the mine The perry of fifteen HDB overcome by gas unit heat and It 1Is not Improbable all are dead Five bodies were recovered FOR NAVY If tlr RECRUITING OFFICE WILL BE OPENED OCTOIIKK IB a Cairo Will lie Hraiirli of Puducnli District MastoruArnis Ool den Arrives Here Headquarters for the naval re cruiting station have been opened In the First National bank building on the south side of Uroadway JustI above Third street Chief MasterAt Arms IU Golden Is advance agent for the recruiting squad which Is to have charge of Paducah and Cairo with headquarters In this city The nmsteratarnis has gone to Cairo to rent an office there The Cairo branch will open October 1C and remain open five days Lieutenant J H Comfort U S N will arrive i with the squad October 16 The office here will be kept open Indefl I nltely SHAKES HANDS WITH KINO Anarchist Dutto 1KiKcrtiilim Victor tt- Kmmamirl t Now York Oct 4 A special ca blo frpm Milan Italy printed here states that excitement has been caus I ed by the discovery that the notorl bus anarchist Dutto lately gained t admission to the palace at Racconlgl and shook hands with King Victor Emmanuel Dutto who represented himself as a professional entertaIntt or applied to the police for permits sloe to give a blograph show In tllnt palaco The police applied to the pal ace officials who obtained the kings consent The show went off successII fully and the king rewarded tho env tertalner generously When Ills MajJJ csty bade farewell to Dutto he shook bands with himdTALK ABOUT ATLANTA Russian Say jMiusucrcsj St Petersburg Oct 4 Several newspapers have published editorial articles on the events at Atlanta Qa comparing them with the antis Jewish mai acre In Russia The No voe Vremya expresses the hope thatd the United States now will cease toc attribute the Russian excesses to of ficial provocation Instead of admitting that they are the result of natu ral racial animosity Mrs Fred Pabst head Milwaukee Wls Uct4MrsF- red Pubst widow of the former head pf the Pabst Brewing association and daughter of Jacob RestMof the brewery Is dual Would Put Them Out All Right Manila Oct IItIs feared It mayo necessary to sink the transport Thomas which caught Ore this morn- Ing In order to put out the flames I I i It1M the dally average clrcu latlou of a newspaper tlmt the I shrewd advertiser Investigates High Water days dont count Time Suns dally average last I month was aolll ON CHURCH WALLS IS SUBLIME Paintings Descriptive ox the Life of Christ I Decorated Interior of St Francis He Smiles WIllBe Dlgnlllrd mug IfiirniDiiloim IS volt NEAIUNa COMPLETION The work of decorating St Francis begunsJuly 19 and Is now nearIng comple dfloe lal probably the most effective ijand elaborate plea of work of this character ever done In Paducah Mr rpaUidsari are the artists and they are to bo commendedfor the dignity and harmony of the wholes Meyer hoar been engage rln1 this line of work throughout the United States for something over twenty years and Mrs Meyersr Is a former 1iupll who has nsslsted In his work for several years The move inentro decorate the church was In augurated by the Rev Father lam sect S J during his recent mission and Is a testimonial to the love which Father Jansens twenty years of de voted labor In this parish has borne Father Jansen will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his entry I Into the priesthood In November 1907 and It was greatly desired to have the work completed before that time Tho subscription progressed with such enthusiasm however that the necessary funds were soon pro vided and the decorating began at once And now when the work will- soon be completed the parishioners I of St Francis do Sales may well be pardoned for theIr pride In Its beauty I A brief description of the scheme may not be amiss I The walls are adorned with a series of striking pictures Illustrating with much feeling the most Important incidents t of our SSvIors life Over I tthe large altar Is a group represent t IIng the Exposition of tho Blessed Sacrament This group Is surrounded by the four doctors of the church St Francis de Sales St Alphonsus Llguorl St Aogustln and St Thomas I Aquinas On the side panels of the sanctuary ore two groups one Illustrative of l the Vlstatlon of the Blessed Virgin t to her cousin St Elizabeth and the other the Annunciation to the Blessed I Virgin The body color a delicate pastel green Is embellished by scroll and stucco work The arches and ribs ofItho ceiling are trimmed In lavender and gold leaf The massive columns and the walnscoatlng are to be marbleized which will further enhance the beauty of the Interior The large groups on the sides of the auditorium are executed wllliI much skill and feeling and portray some oC the sweetest and 1IOU mmo ng Incidents In the life of TheChrlst They are The Sermon onlhe Mount Return of the Prodlcal Son Christ Delivering the Keys to St Pelerr as the Friend of Little Chllb Ct alary Magdalene winIng thea feet of our Lord with her heir at thed house of Simon Christ commanding iIt its Apostles 4o go teach all nations In the rear of the church under the goKery will be two Imposing plct ures The Agony In the Garden and tho other The Angel of Dawn Those who believe that a church bo worthy of Its sacred pur pose will be charmed with the sub ued beauty tlndrellglolls signifi of the subjects chosen AT 10858 i to TOBACCO IS SOLITO THE ITAL IAN GOlm mST assager Ewing Stlls All That IK Pit and It Is Considered Great Virtun rNashville Tenn Oct = 41 It Is ascertained upon perfectly reliable authority that F G Ewing general = manager of the Dark Tobacco Plan ftors association lies sold to a rep resentative of the Italian govern went every hogshead of tobacco be- longIng to time association that Is suitable for the Italian trade on a basis of 1086 per hUlldrelIi This Is regarded by tho tobacco men of Kentucky and Tennessee as being a great victory for the plant a- rWORK e ai they got their price 4 F IMMIGRATION MEETING I OPENS AUSPICIOUSLY t SECRETARY D W COONS Of the Commercial Club Who Boosted time Convention WILL BE SHOT AMERICAN INSURANCE SWIM LERS CONDEMNED IN MEXICO Murdered Mini at Chihuahua Wiis Brother of One of Tliuin = Wore Extraditedl r El Paso Tex Oct t A specialI tto the Herald today from Chihuahua says the Mexican supreme court to day handed down a decision affirm ing the death sentence In time case of Richardson Harlo and Mason swind lore They will be shot The men were convicted of mur- derIng two men Mitchell and Dev ors for their Insurance Richardson and Mason were agents and Harle the examining physician for the Insurance company at Chihuahua The men were arrested lu El Paso tour yoars ago and extradited after a tan fight Richardson whose real name Is Leslie E Hulbert was at one time an attorney In Rochester N Y Masons real name Is Mitchell and ho Is brotherinlaw of Richardson Hulburt and a brother of one of the men murdered at Chihuahua for Insurance STEAKS TO AID SISTER A BRIDE Takes 150 Front Milwau kee Friend tto Provide Dowry Milwaukee Oct 4 Louis So gcnrclch a nouns Russian stole 160 from a friend that his sister f bridemlghta proper dowry segenrelchs J mother wrote him that tho marriage would nbt take place unless the bride could have a dowry Segen sent 2G and tnen stole the book of Max Brier his friend obtained tho UriO Drier had on This he sent to Russia anti Is supposed time wedding took place Segenrelch today was sent toi the Green flay reformatory for one year DISMISSED lOn THE 14TH TIME Police Chief of East St Louts Order oil Out Ity Council East St Louis III Oct 4 The city council for the fourteenth time dismissed George O Purdy from the office of chief of police last night and Instructed Lieutenant Michael Doyle assume charge of the department Notwithstanding his many dismiss als Purdy has refuted to vacate iris olllcc being upheld by Mayor Silas Cook I I Off for IIl1rrlhllrlCII Washington Oct 4President- i I and party left for lIarrlsIIi burg Pa this morning where tho president will deliver nn address at the dedication of the now 113000 000 Pennsylvania state capitol WEATHER Partly cloudy lonlKlit and Friday Tin highest lcinHrnure reached yrstmlny vas HO and the lowest today wan vtlit Delegates Present From Every Section of Southwestern Kentucky z Mayor Turns Over Keys of City to The Visitors and the Convention t Gets Down to Work Y ADJOURNED UNTIL TWO OGLOCK c West Kentuckys first Immlgra floe convention opened this morning shortly after 10 oclock with 175 del egates In attendance at The Kentucky theater The delegates began arriving yes terday and through last night and to day overt train brought additions to the list It will be tomorrow morn- Ing before all will have arrived Chairman D H Hughes of the nr rangements committee opened the convention and Capt J F McCart fey of Metropolis nominated Capt W J Stone of Lyon county Ky as permanent chairman of the conven tion He was elected unanimously and In u well recalved speech of ac ceptanco outlined the work of the convention emphasized tho Import once of the Immigration movement and gave the Paducah Commercial club full credit for the commence ment of a movement which ho Is con Adept will grow Into a conspicuous successMayor Yelser welcomed the dele gates to the city and rescinded all restrictions of tho law which would conflict with their full enjoyment of mayorgsaid today a vvell formed child was bornrho Immigration convention which would develop Into a splendid manhood President Joseph L Friedman of tho Commercial club welcomed tho delegates In behalf of the Commer cial club and urged organized effort of west Kentucky and southern Illinois toward a common goal State Senator Con Linn of Murray responded for the the delegates and expressed their I willingness to cooperate with Pa ducah In the Immigration movement t Mr George C Wallace nominated D conn vention but other work prevented I Mr Coons accepting the nomination Mr Will Hummel then nominated Hartley Skinner of Lyon county forJ secretory and Tie was electedCMr D W Coons suggested that the delegates bring their wives and S sweethearts and said that any ladles In the city would be more than wel come at any of time sessions The permanent organization hay lug been formed and In view of the greater number of delegates who ENTER COLLEGE TO UNI GRIEF Colorado Couple I SIIK Child Will Study to Lesson Sorrow Boulder Col Oct 4To assuage grief caused by the death of theli only child Sheriff Edwin L Coates amid his wife Florence have entered the University of Colorado the wife to take a graduate course and the sheriff to study law Each Is 38 years old Coates la a Democratic leader and was postmaster from 1897 to 1901 The marriage of time couple took place shortly after the wife left school They had one child who died last spring aged C end their sorrow has been so great that they hays tafen their doctors advlco to relieve It by concentrated study f New York Oct 4 Mystery surI rounds tho disappearance of Willie Labarbara aged four supposed to be In the hands of kidnapers aro demanding 5000 ransom from the parents under threats that the boy Ue killed and his body tut up and scattered about tho city uii would arrive at noon Mr Hughes made a motion that time convention adjourn till 2 oclock This afternoon there will be a speaking and the principal work will bo to appoint a committee Which shall perfect a permanent Im migration bureau with headquar ters In this city There will bo no a session tonightsEach delegate registered as he envv tered tho Kentucky Capt Ed Far hey and W L Bower being the committee on registration Badges also were distributed to the delegates by this committee Capt T J Moore was In charge of the Information bu reau which assigned the delegates to homes while In the city The hotels could accommodate only a 160 so Capt Moore got out and secured ac commodations In private homes Among the Delegates Among the delegates attending from other cities are Capt W J Stone of Lyon county Capt J F McCartney of Metropolis president of the Metropolis Commercial club v and so pleasantly remembered for his cordial treatment to the visitors from the Paducah Commercial club last Monday evening Mr A J Davidson president of the Fxlsco system telegraphed this r morning that ho would not be able to attend the convention Mr Scott Isbell of Bowling Green Ky Is here H Borbllng mayor ofsWickliffe with a delegation will arrive tonight by boat Mayor U S Shacklctt of Fulton and delegation will arrive tonight Mayor Shacklett telegraphed this morning to know If tho coaventiona would be held There are eight In the delegation from Metropolis- Mr Phil Hollenbach of Louis ville a wholesale dealer of that city y 1s here H N Calhoun of Cairo J H Little exslierltt of Marshall county Senator Conn Linn of Mur ey four delegates from Graves appointed by the county Judge J M Luttrell of Cincinnati T Payne of La Center J n Upwlee of Kovll J Il aural ot Dawson C W Boswell Mayfleld J tLinthlcumt ford Barlow J j Sanderson Lone Oak are In attendanceFF DEATH NEWS MAY KILL fllllli Young Woman Unconscious Since IleliiR Toll Sweetheart flied Evansvlllo Ind Oct 4 Miss Anna Lauer when told that Dr Ed ward Burchardt had died dropped unconscious All efforts to revive her have failed and the doctors say she will In all likelihood die No Stamps to Co On New Orleans Oct 4About 100 V00 worth of meat In wholesale i houses here Intended for sale outside this state Is tied up becauso stamps which the new law requires shall bo placed on packing house products have not yet arrived Secretary Wil son has been Informed by telegraph Terrible Threat of His Captors To Cut a Boys Body To Pieces I years A less the money Is forthcoming The police have been1 working ou tho elJortsITho boy disappeared September n- and since then four letters have been received demanding E000 ransom The police eau It they have no clew wa 4 llPAGE TWO r BTHE PADS OAH T iLNdNI SUVTH1JtsDAI ocronnn 4 i J MOST STRATEGIC W POSITION TAKEN Becklmm Says Atliuinistiiitio Will Bo Issue Charges That Ills Opponent Is FlllCht r i Ing Party Organization llcforo + Cgmpalyii- i If PIQ AUDIGNCK AT KKNTCCK b4 t a- In a speech an hour In length at the Kentucky theater last night Gov J C W Beckhnm assumed It etragetlc position of defending the Democratic state administration against attacks from Inside iIts ranks 4 How could Senator McCreary i r or peneral Hays as nominees of tne Democratic party during the State campaign defend the party against the charges of the Kepubltcans he asked The Issues or the state car palgn will not be of tariff or mat tern of national Import The Issues will be whether the Democratic cor flepubllcan party will give the state governmentInd ibarty will have to stand by the FeC ford of Its administration The Kentucky theater was nilId with an audience composed prlncl patty of men On the stage were E N Cross Democratic candidate fat city Judge and others Mayor Yel t ser presided and Introduced Jim Hal S Corbett who spoke at som length preceding the governor Mr Corbetts theme was that the world and this country are undergoing a change and new Issues are arlsln that require new men and youni f roes hopeful for the future In con elusion he pointed to the governo as embodying the progressive spirit k of the younger element or Kentuck k Pale Delicate Woman and Girls Tho Old Standard Groves Taste leas Chill Tonic drives out malaria and builds up the system Sold by all dealera tor 27 years Prior GO cents theKentucky t TO=NIGHTT- he V Beautiful Romantic- Drama r Why She Was SacrificedS A4 t Produced By A Company of Artists of Un usual Merit A Story of Love and Honor A Play That Appeals to the Heart Prices 23c afic BOc T5c Huts on tuilo WtilntMliiy IU a in k Monday Night Oct 8- vt i 8 A Great Comedy- Success ARacefor Widow Wllh Pete Baker Of Chris and Lena Fume And a Great Cast New Sags New Specialties f 1 1Pritrwtt16cr 3Tco c 7 c flOO r lioate eM alc Satu lay 1U H u ni Y 1 Democracy and challenged his ene raica to attack Ills record Governor Bcckha1n in taking Uie floor regretted the necessity of can ducting such a fierce fight as Is be Ing waged within the ranks of the Democratic party but no said Sen tor McCreary and General lIays have attacked the admlnlstratlo and he must defend It Ijte then took up tho argutnpn and criticisms of Senator McCreaf beginning with the latter cltlms based on his recora of four years 1In the executive chair ending Septgn ber 1 1879 Senator McCrfcary rre duced the tax rate from 45 to 40 cents but Governor Beckham said he hurt the states credit and threw the departments Into such financial confusion that his successor asked the legislature to restore the five cents The rate Is now CO cents but the governor defends the rate on the ground of improvements and extension In the states work and responsibilities since 1879 Senator SIcCreary clalmaho 1In troluced the agricultural department and the geological survey but Governor Beckham card the Vlepar ment of agriculture was useless Ul tit his administration took It IIn hand strengthened It and Increase Its appropriation while the abandoi ed geological survey was revived 1b- bs administration He said he had been attacked because he signed the dog law but he found that Senator McCreary durln his term had signed two of them He theft entered Into an elaborate exposition of wnat his ndmlnh tratloa has done for tho state and took up the attacks of General hay In regard to the building of the new capitol he said he hid used the Bdmo methods employed In the Con structlon of all public buildings and paid the same commissions lie claimed that the architect advocated by General Hays had defrauded the state of Texas out of thousands oC dollarsHe closed with an eulogy for Pa durnh and the ladles He left at noon today In a launcl for Smlthland where Tib speaks this afternoon Tall Tree Yarn Scott Cummins the poet of Winchester Woods county was a cow puncher 4n tho northwest many years ago His outfit came to Snake river one day with 3000 cattle cummins with a poets license relates what nppcncd The river was too dangerous Cor swImmIng but after following the tank a short distance the forema ound a giant redwood tree that had alien across the river Fortunately the tree was hollow and making a huts they had no trouble In drivIng the cattle through the log to the other side As the cattle had not beeu count cd for several days one of the cow boys was stationed to count them as hey emerged from the log Th omit fell short some 300 head IlIIt bout that time a distant bellowIng was heard Their surprise may be Imagined then on looking about they fount hat the cattle had wandered off Into a hollow limbKansaa City Star Cut Her f00 Candle Cake Surrounded by four generations of her family and at least fifty de icendants Mrs Margaret Carpenter celebrated Thursday night her 100th ilrthday at the home of her sonIn law Elms It Hull 1102 Gates avenue Brooklyn None appeared to- bo more active or took more notice f what was going on around hex Lan did the centenarian When the Tchestra struck up a waltz Mrs Carpenter took the Initiative and racefully spun around the room wIth her 13yearold greatgrandson Herbert it Hull Jr for a partner A feature of fie feast was a huge ako with 100 pink and white can- dIes The aged worn ns Nana was heady as she cut the cake and gave a piece of It to each guest Sho in Ited all to be present next year when she would give as souvenirs feces of her own handiwork ew York World Iostpoiiril Liberality Little lichen aged 4 was In B rightful predicament The nurse carrying the cherished 2wecksold aby up and down before the house had paused to show the new infant to the bishop who had asked to look ati It And then the tall grave blab op of whom Helen stood greatly In awe had unexpectedly asked the iltle girl to give him the baby How in the world to refuse a request made by such an awelnsplr lng person oa the bishop tho child did not know But presently she Tinkled her small countenance hrowdly moved closer to the petl over and said ingratiatingly Ill let you have the next Harpers Weekly tit Musicale See to It that Mr Jones does not drInk too ranch If he docs he gets angerous Does ho fight No he begins to play tho piano Translated for Talej from Aleg endorfer Blatter t ELL RITE SOX WINh LEAGUE PERM i Chicago is Chnmiuoii in Tli c American LcugucJ 1 V l y e IVY s ei j Only Four Inincn to tic Plriyrd nil l Gin lacks Kv ryoiie ot Them jl niul Still Iacl ic- rli1EiAXO j AXI XKW yontt r Chicago Oct 4The ChIcago American league club became he winner of the pennant for 1900 who both games of s double header at 81 Louis yesterday in whlcbthr Chlcajji team was scheduled to ptay were called off on account of wot ground1 while Philadelphia and Now York split even In two games played ilt Philadelphia I f The Chicago club cannot be o91r taken even though they loso tOllr games yet to be played The best tiic Now York team can do Is to win tIle remaining three games In whileh event they alai finlshvsocom i just oil e half a game behind the pennant winners Only one same separates Cleveland and New York for second place Cleveland has four games more to play and If they can win oil tofu fan York losing one Cleveland will take second place by halt a Xnlional i Irntnif gamel Boston 4 Brooklyn 13 ii- JeslCtftt Dorner OJ 1 Brown Scanlori anti Merges New York 1 Philadelphia 2 Bat terles Mcainnity and Smith litchi and Donovan 5 t American League St JoulsChlcagoot grounds Philadelphia 5 rew York 7 B lterles Shuman Holmes and Berry1 Clarkson and Thomas Second IIIIIUIPhiladelphia 3 New York 0 Bat terles Dygert and Byrnos Hogi and Thomas tCleveland 4 Detrolt3 Batter lesHess and Bemis Efubanks am Payne Washington 2 Boston 1 Ba- ttortesFaulkenbergt and Warne1 Harris and Armbruster JWashlngtQnles Wilson and Wakefleld Swarm Btadt and Cnrrigan i t Ilralilc Iluyliii Tniiks 1 Dick Brahlc the star Indian of tin aducah Kitty team is gathering 1 InI dory and green backs by serving iin amateur with the Metropofli club Although Dick Is growing so tat that his brothers have to assist him in getting on his clothees be has been pitching great ball for the little city down the river In a gamr at Cairo a few days ago agalnet Cairos Own he struck out four een allowed but three hits and wa- rrytheb score of 11 to 4 In the last ame at Metropolis with the cafro- Own as opponents Brahlc struck out ilghtettn allowed only two hits aed tlTIt t crowded The only way for a fat nan to pull off a homer Is over the ence and that Is where he drove IIt Then the grand staid dug down In heir trousers find handed him 17 O- In reall money Bob Hays a Paducah boyJs play ng with the Metropolis club cover ng first base and catching Dictation Booth Tarkington docs not dictate his stories lie Is a toe to the habit Qf Ration Tho dictating habit Is a growing me he said recently Everybody iowaday has a secretary and dlc ates He smiled When I was in the Indiana logl attire he said an old colored nan appeared as a witness before one of our committees In the course of his examination these questions were put to the muu What Is your name Calhoun Clays sah Can you sign your name V Sail 7 IfI ask If you can write your name II Well no sah Ah nebbah writes tar name Ah dictates It sah1 P IJxcharige Disappointed Inquisitive If as you say you new this man to be a rake why dId you Invite him to your hous- elfenpeckHcavons man I never reamed bo would elopo with my aughter I thought ho would carry oft my wife Translated for Tales from Ie Rice The bathing here Is tire best Ive ever seen Ethel Do you swim The Horrid Thing No I only look puc lid a ILUjaJI- IS L k I New Aultumn OvercoatsL cc r = fCI 4 rIiiabove illustrations were made from photographs of tile new Louis XV overcoat the one which is destined to be so popular this fall andwinter We have on display in our Overcoat Department a stunning presentation of this j syle in both dark and light shades of herringbone grays This coat is rather out of the ordinary being formfitting in the backand the skirt made with a flare Some of them are made with 24 inch center vents others with two additional blind side vents of the same length When you call you will also find a complete showing of the best single and double breasted skirted coats Top Coats Cravenettes and other conservative models all of the best fabries and latest styles I II10 15 20 2530 40 J I I H t r r diCmn- I LalliiIietu e1 pdtoda t TflP Coats 4 RegeJtS It r WESEIL Ixlf F- BJo T IEMANDBOYSOUTfITThRBg PADICAH ILA- E8VAI3LIStll3D 1868 t2 tNjpI are not can or us i too as as as as PS PENNYROYAL They overcome near I or and banish of menstruation They are II LIFE to girln a I of organs and body N 1smlItlbecomesi by PIt MOTiacjIBMlOALCOClcvelraOhlo +rr foI ftV AlVKT 1 LMM A1tit n n r KOTB IJVlm7Um IS TilE SUN f trt Craviiiiftfts Siirtoitts Jieotst 1oiJnJ + 4 iJ t t-TdNVSroryM DENNER COAL Ca i ii co L Remember these facts misleading You buy Kentucky Pittsburg Coal from and guaranteed We give just big bushels just good coal and much coal youri money will buy anywhere MOT PILLS uUlIssonsIQr WeI SAVJVttS Womauhood aiding devclopmcut Oruffffbts VAtY7eLfA6T Itai r Guy Nance Lee Nance Jr M Nance Huibtlnier White Ambulant flcknd Injured Only GUY NANCE SONUndertakers and Embalmer New Phono 334 a r Old Phony G99 Open Day and Nluht if Of i i aAUf TlUUni i1w PAD1JOXB STEL IUV1tSDAYQ4LOUEIt 4v f 1YJtRBOUGHT BEAUTY MST PAY PRICEI q II Says Mrs Thomas C Platt To The Reporters rd 1r t a LoU of MnoAvcMMlMSnu the ffnlr She A III rnis n nil hoes Sane Erin Into Detail I I I CLAms TO UK IEISECUTE j Senatorj1cenidng a published story that his Wlfo Mrs Lillian Janoway Platt was meditating divorce proceedings ngnlnat him sent his secretary out from his offlctf In tha United States Express building on lower Broadway to the reporters assembled In tho outer offices with this message I Senator Platt says that the pub lished account of his wifes determi nation to Institute divorce proceed ings Is a string of lies That Is all Mrs Platt said Thoso stories about difficulties between myself andt lily husband are malicious 1I0sINotwithstanding theso dcnlalitho papers reiterate tho stories and In t bust tint tho divorce will bo brought 4 It Is said that tho aged senator tear ing that his wife Intended bringing suit for n divorce deeded away the greater part of his resources In or der to preclude tho possibility of be- Ing called upon to make alargo set element on her It was also stated that Mrs Platt has been acquainted with her husbands proceeduro for some time and In at present striving to ward off the possible Iloss of a fi nanclal adjustment In her furor In Tloga Lodge the Platt villa In Highland Mills tho former Widow Janoway said she was tho victim of a conspiracy IShe said IIamI not making up this story I t can prove everything I say I can p prove that It It wasnt that I threat coed to leave Senator Platt he would have had as a guot nn that trip tho wife of another senator whose name was linked with him In Washington when I was Sirs Jane way There 110 lots of Mao Woods In this affair dozens of thom I blame Senator Platlg relations aPtuoro than himself lie Is a feeble old man physically very Infirm but Ills head Is all right Ho Is one of tho brightest men In tho country today and dont believe those stories which t have him mentally unsound Ho know perfectly well what ho 1wasdolnnwhflii he married me and ho told mo nothlpg would do but that I must bo his wife Ho said that other senators had beautiful wives and ho wanted ono Ho bought my beauty i now let him pay tho prlce- Fredorlek l lines of San Francisco proprietor of the California Demo krat has been celebrating his golden t jubilee as a publisher In Soptonibor 0 1S5G being then IS years old ho purchased tho paper named and has been running It ovor since That ho still has great contldcnco In they fu tore of San Francisco Is shown by the fact that although ho lost his on ilro plant at tho ttmoof tho rohii Immediately rocstabljsli6d hlhliclf Rudy Phillips 4 go 219223 BMOAOWAY l M r i Dont for n moment think of letting the Chil dren go to School during tho sloppy weather of the 1 I Iiiextv few months without good rubbers 1 Vovu n splendid line ofChildrunsSchoolHub bers in nil good styles and in alt sizes v- 40c SOC to 75c According to size p I RIVER WXWS I Hlvcr SliiKiH Cairo 240 08 rlso Chattanooga Missing Cincinnati 113 02 tall Bvansvlllo 154 02 rlso Florence 158 S1 rlso Johnsonvlllo 175 25 rIm Louisville C2 02 rlsoI Mt Carmel 25 tJ1 rlscI LNashvlllo 155 09 Calll Plttsburg 64 tOU IItd Davis Island Dam 43 00 s d stDMl Vernon 143 09 rise Paducah 1C 7 09 rise Tho gauge showed a mark of 1 J7 at 8 a m today a rise of ninetenths of a foot fn 211 hours Weather fair tend warm Wind from the south Tho Inverness Is luc this evening front tho Tennessee river with ties Thd Dunbar Is duo front Evans vlllo today In tho Paducah and Kvi ansVIIlo trade The Henry Harloy according to the schedule will bo lFriday packet between Paducah and that point The Saltlllo lIs duo tonight from tho Tennessee river and will leave for St Louis us soon as transfers are completed Tho Jim T puffy pushing a big fleet of empties cleared for the Ten nessee at noon to bring out ties for tho AyerLord Tie company Tho Kentucky Is coming down the Tennessee and should bo ut Paducah before bedtime The Dick Fowler swung out for tho trip to Cairo at 8 oclock this morn ing with n big pas cngor list All tho river men arq busy and one boat owner was forced to search for j over on hour today to got a second engineer It Onco more has tho dope of Pa I ducah mariners stood tho acid test I From the oldest to the youngest they till predicted there would bo another broken shaft to make out tho trio oCII ruch accidents to boats plying front the Paducah tart They wero right I for the steamer Charles Turner was towed Into the local harbor early to I day with her shaft In a bandage J First the Joo Fowler snapped her shaft f nd a tow days later the City of Savannah was forced to tako to the bank from 1110831110 cause Then for several days it looked as If the never falling record of river accidents com Ing In threes would bo smashed but the Turner came to tho relief Just at the right moment for the time limit wan nearly up The Turner was dragging out from the bank at Roy nodsborg Island Sunday morning tugging against tho current when an old break In the shaft snapped In two with a twang that sent the crow stirring Caiitil Gordon of Paducih was In command and his men had no trouble In getting tho boat to the bank Tier tow of ties was made fast and the Motile Bauer was sent to her aid arriving today The Turner was mqurod at the toot of Elizabeth street and the Shelton Machine com pany went to work on a new shaft While making a short cut at the upper Illinois landing yesterday tho ntcnincr nettle Ownn switched he stern against the bank snapping her stain rudder short off This placed her In an almost helpless shape and the crow had a struggle In getting her to her slip at tho foot of Ken tacky avenue All trips to Drook port and the upper landings wero can coled for the day leaving Paducah and the iIllinois shore without n fen ry A now rudder Is being swung on her today and she will be ready for service late this afternoon or tomorrow While tho ferryboat Is die abled limo railroad transfers and sklffmen are taking In the money Captain Charles Volht of theI Wllford who had been extremely ItilI far several days was ablo to too on duty again today Ho left In com mand of his boat at noon for tho lower Ohio to gather In a tow of tin sI for White Sons Instead of The frost ht on theI pumpkin tho rousters havo changed It to The pumpkins am on drivers o Hundreds of them haveI floated past Paducah In tho past day or two having been washed from thoI lowlands by the freshly grown creeks and rivers Ono old negro gathered a big wagon load of them from tho drift at the foot of Jeffer son street today Oniclnl forecasts The Ohio at Evansvlllo will con tlnuo rising during tho next 12 hours como to a stand then probably fait for a day or two At Ml Vernon willI continuo rising during tho next 2 1 hours At Paducah and Cairo willII continue rising during tho next four daysTho Tennessee at Florence willII continue rising during the next 24i t 35 hours At Johnsonvllle will rise during tho next several days FloodI stages aro Indicated for the lower Tennessee river Tho Mississippi front Chester to Cairo will continue rising Tho choice of n career and theI chotco of ia wHtIhn most fmportint- JHW of k ahaais UCearo dccldeaU UNArPREcI rilE 1IS THE POLICE JUDGE Held Public Benefactors To Tho Grand Jury I Attorney lipoid That Inlillc Got the Itemfit of Ural In Cheap Ice Without avail DOUKKT IX TIIKJOLICKvCOtmT L Ed Vawiour and Hermann Williams former drivers for the II A Potter Ice company will have to answer to thc grand jury for knowingly receiv log stolen property This was the decision oC Police Judge E H Pur year this morning after reserving It several days- Vasseur and Williams It Is charged met another omploye of the ice company In a saloon and accepted tho tickets which they disposed of for money They wore ably defended but tho only recourse their attorney had was in a technicality or rather a- very unusual version of the law In tho case Hon J W Campbell was the attorney und he held that In stead of tho defendants getting the benefits ot the profits the public did In a reduction of Ice rates When less than 5 tons of Ice Is sold at a Into ho argued 8 per ton Is charged and whoa moro than 6 only = 0 per ton The boys sold the tick ets In small lots at 30 cents the hulk I dred pounds Tho bond of both was fixed at J 150 which they will give Ford ferry a young man from tho sticks acted disorderly on tho depot platform last night and was fined 5 and costs Thomas Anthony colored was ar rested last night with moro than an ordinary amount of tobacco and other l junk In his clothing Ho stated ho had just hit town and was jerked up before he know tho principal streets name lie IIs being held ending Investigation i VMIOIY LOVE Induced Lawyer to Turn Coachman nt Kcnoslm Kenosha Win Oct 1A domes tic tragedy Involving prominent peo Pie of Woodstock Ill WAS brought to light hero this morning when Edward Conklin u coachman employe by Harry floor tho Chicago packer at his summer home at Twin Lakes was arraigned on a serious statutory charge und tho evidence brought out the fact that Mr Chala Murphy site ofT W Murphy ono of tho wealthiest men of tho Illinois city had fled from her home Lout Friday Mrs Murphy secured a divorce at Woodstock and Immediately after tho husband came to Kenosha ndI caused tho aircst of Conklin Conk Un was formerly a lawyer and ho has a wife and one child living at Woodstock Ho claims his Infatua ion for Mrs Murphy caused him to leave Woodstock and accept work as a coachman Ji FIiEOREIiN HULL KINO Sinchiton Anserwl llwnuw nor dinux Performers Hulk Bordeaux Oct 4Durlng a bull right hero today n matador tell dead from excltcmont The management thereupon announced the perform ance at nn end but the spectators protested and refused to leave Tho management yielded and ordered the performance to continue but hoper formers refused to take aril further part In the fight Some men from among tho spectators then jumped Into the arena to carryon the per formaneo The bulls attacked them furiously and gored Qveof them one fatally The management again attempted to stop thb performance but tho spectators again protested und attacked the attendants They varied this performance with attempts to sot the amphitheater on lire Tho police finally expelled them t FAMOUS XOSKS OFVKH I OIILKM I FlxliiR of Umolii nnd IWmglns StILt uitf lit Knst St Louis IMiizIis Ihost St illOcG 4Pld urea of Lincoln nnd Douglas are In demand by tho board of education to determine which had tho longer note The Janitor of tho high school build log has replicas of the two noses but Is unable to tell to which statue each belongs Tho statues ot LIAR coIn and Douglas occupy space In the andathe weather has washed tho staff tint til tho noses with other members bare fallen ort The school board will have tho statues repaired It tho noso problem can be solved A man Isnt necessarily crooked because he follows his general ben- ttYpu can bag your Camp Without this old of a gapit flIPy you r lii c Theatrical JVtUt Why She Won SacrlfUcil TonlKlit Why Sho Was Sacrificed will be tho bill offered nt The Kentucky to night The pleco Is a beautiful romantic drama presented by a company of artists of unsual merit Tho piece hoe a plot which brings very forcibly aboautlful story of lovo anti honot and which appeals to tho hearts of all present Tho produc lion Is handsomely staged An un usually largo house expected tonight on account of there being so ninny visitors In tho city attending tho Im migration convention Magnetic Tho comedy A Race for a Wid ow which comes to The Kentucky Monday night stands In a class allIby Itself It Is said to bo true to and fairly bristling with that mag netic quality which for a hotter name wo will call heart Interest because It touches tho heart plays up on the emotions and appeals to tho better aide of mankind The comedy Is delightful and cleverly blended with a story much stronger than us ual In such comedy productions Paducah Is to havo a musician union and an organization will be effected at once Tho Paducah Mill tary band Is promoting tho move ment Ilaixhiadcd Itrondtvay From tho costumes worn by toe wanton on Broadway in tho theatrical district these evenings you might lim aglno yourself dn the boardwalk at Atlantic City tho piazza at Manhattan Qoach or tho veranda of the States or Grand Union at Saratoga The nohat tad has arrived In town Instead of wearing a towering weighty uncomfortable bunch of straw feathers and flowers or a kldny llttlo saior hat tho Broadway girl theso days wears no hat at all She gets her hair dono up In tho after noon puts on her gown with the el bow sleeves and goes to time theater In comfort After all Broadway Is tho greatest summer resort In this country so why shouldnt the women live up to It As a mattec of fact It was tho women visiting In Now York who In augurated tho custom of going to the theater and to supper at the big res taurants bareheaded They wander About hatless in their own towns and could see no reason for making them selves uncomfortable when In New York fo r enjoyment Their Now York sisters were quick to see the twofold advantages ot the scheme novelty and a chance to display new styles In halrdre8slngWorld The Snit Snpp Man One of the marvels of n busy sea son with Its demand for labor In tWo jbry line Is the number of men who stretch their UstlessJength day after day on the grass of tho park blocks In tho city or doze on tho park benches over the sporting columns of th dally papers Tho call to labor Is resounding throughout the tand No ablebodied man Is now Idle except from choice the wages offered everywhere and 1In every vocation are living wages with something to sparo for fn rainy day It Is not work however that the park Idler wants Ho would even scorn employment unless It camei to him with the softsnap guarantee And It may be as well to say though tho statement may shatter the languid hopes of tho soft sna man that this guarantee does not sic company the demand for labor tha- is Heard on every hand Employers were never more willing than now to concede tho truth of tho assertion Tho laborer Is worthy of his hire nor were they ever less Toady than now to palter with men who work under compulsion and perform asm tee actual service for tho stipulated wago as It Is possible Portland Ore gonlan Sight her Shooting nt sight Tho development of accuracy In shooting at night has received T double Impetus ot Into In the British service A new sight has been adopt ed and Is being manufactured and Issued with all possible despatch This sight a telescope pattern Is denned by electric light for night work It has been expensively tried under all conditions and has proved a greatly Improved 3Clnch search light has supplanted the regulation 24Inch light which Js capable ot defining an enemy at over double the distance of Its predecessor Ow- Ing to the excellent training afforded by tho gunnery branch our naval gunners can now with tho aid of thin latest sight and searchlight depend on disabling tho enemy at from 3000 to 4000 yards on a favorable night South China Post A Suiprl d Minister A young woman who presides at the organ of oto of the churches In Yyndmoor a settlement on the east sIjVp of Chestnut Hill near Phila delphia relates an amnsrnK incident u t The House Kuppcnhclmcr You Will See More Men at the t Horse Show Dressed in Clothestf From Weilles Than From Any Other One Place in the City On occasions which bring strangers to town we feel justified in saying in our advertising what all Paducah people know viz that the very best of mens and boys highclass readytowear can be had here And we invite Horse Show visitors to call and see whether or not our claims are backed up by our merchandise ons p r FormFitting Garments Full Dress Furnishings In addition fo full dress anti seiti dress Dress ShirtsE W Manhattan and suits ready to put on and wear to theMollurdle brands 1 to 250 horse Show wo suggest as the newestIIulf Hose BJackI siljj selffigured or- z1 to 350 a pair z theclockgtiand best things for general wear I 10IIHecfcrrf and MuplorateariI I I whitet and new formfitting garments Tho body slack silk 1 to 14 K wand Curtis tracing lines arc very decided the coats Co brand Collars in new shapes Groves are long with deep center vents nndncckwclrl fobs studs etc Everything creased or plaited side scams athletic for evening wear in highclass haber eshoulderaaro tho vogue and in overcoats dashery and raincoats the skirts nro ample and liar Dress Shoes I tug Quito a step back townrd thin French styles oj Louis XV Tho new shaped stiltsNettloton and Stacy Adams 85 to 157 15 to 45 overcoats 15 to25 raincoats Patent colt with dull calf top Burnett 10 to 1535 fjfi iInst button or laco military heel Newest dress style Let ti3 also a Fancy fsuggest jorOther shoes in all styles und leathers I the Horse Show150 to 750attttJ50 1 Qt tC1Rp11M1 177JJSt 4094I3JBROAIWAV rv r part On going Into tho church last Sunday sho observed that a now mlu ister occupldo tbo chancel and de termined to play her best at the In trument At previous services she bad considerable trouble because tho lowboy would let tho wind out of tho organ when she needed It mostt p sho wrofo him q note saying Blow plow blow blow all the ISheI come to her an4 gave him the note He supposing the note was for tho minister without oponlng It carried It to tho pulpit and delivered theI mlfslyp to the dominie Tho minis I Vqra groat surprise and 1 blushing i organists confusion In consequence of tho mUytko were about equalI Originality Ilcunixloil Former Senator Guy says ho thought he had been touched by all sorts ot beggars but a man Tvo net In Fifth avenue tho other day sprang u new dodge on him says the New York Press OCR pardon bosR lint wont you iptease pelf a rick tnanV said alto vt Copyright IM of I the J- II ILENOX HOTELT1T I I I ails you kindly inquired the former senator Welt you see Its this way Ive got a prescription that a doctor gave mo an l = OhI understand youwatit Bioii BUFFALO Modern Highest Grade r OUR OWN ELECTRIC CARRIAGES i EXCLUSIVELY FOR PATRONS Every few minutes between Hotel Depots Wharves and thrqugh Business District EUROPEAN PLANeNtopr rodp I GEORGIC DVCMSCHERLR J FIRE ROOFTHROUGHOUTProprlol What Vo indepd aid Ivo got the mod lane but It iays on the bottle that 1 must take the dose after eating Now all I need Is be p lce of a meal Mr Ouyyfavo a dime to the man Ho think anyone Who can in- ventweuioae v u yw len11t 1 nriii I PACK FOURQQj BVENTNa I 4 THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 I Iec JJaimcah 0un AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY AY THE SUN PUBLISHINOCO INCORPORATEDF PrMtdeat HDITIH J PAXTOK General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4 Ktteredat the postoffleeat Paducah Ky M second class matter THE DAILY SUN f carrier per week d0 jj mall per month In adnoce 40 r tj mall per fear nadvance 4M SUNP IOO Addrcil THE SUN Pad Ky OTTICi 115 South Third TILIFBOITM Kt oyne d Young Chicago and New York riPI eaentatlres J TUB SUN can be found at the following i laces R D Clements A Oo vaoCullnBros Palmer louse John Wlthelms s THURSDAY OCTOHER 4 C1KCULATION STATEMENT 1000Ir1 3971i 33885 18 31H8 I 43878 193942I-i 3880 20 a931 a 6 3902 21 395 9 73917 22394S- 4t3913 g 4 39- 3810S39ff 25392j 11 3900 263931i12 3911 27401913 3950 28401g 143992 29400153905Total 981478 I I Average for September 190cl3939 j Average for September 190G 3G5C Incrcaao 28- II Personally appeared before mo this October 1 1906 E J Paxto- generalI manager of Tho Sun who af- firmsj1 that the above statement of thet j circulation of The Sun for the month jI of September 1906 rs true to thej best of his knowledge and belie- fy4TER PURYEAR Notary Public it My commission expires Januar 22 1908 jt I Many Thought This is an ago In which the qual- Ity of backbone Is not strained TO WHOM CREDIT IS DUE j This day Is an Important one IIn- thef development of southwestern Kentucky which through the work of the immigration convention in see slon here today Is promised an In creased population of thrifty producers it Is a significant one to Pa reprefty ft to her commerce To the members i of tho Commercial club who hav taken time In the midst of business i cares tho indicated success of the project fostered and promoted by the r organization must bring a satlsfac jf tlon akin to value received for their trouble In fact all the citizens f must feel a pride In the work of the organization Jut to one man this t convention Is a consummation that writes pure unadulterated happiness i all over his features Secretary fl- 1V Coons of tho Commercial club 1Is f borne up by a bliss that transcends the combined essences of pride and satisfaction lie has done a double Jwork and he has proved himself i J equal to an occasion that would haveI J halted a promoters who had a fortune i staked on the result of his scheme i r Whoever may take up the Immlgra i tlon movement now and push It to i success Secretary Coons will always be entitled to the credit for coaxing ir the Idea Into organized form and ho has worked his friends his board of i directors tho press and himself to J the limit of endurance Ho had not i mercy on anybody who could possl 1 bly promote the success of the con Tentlon but ho was just hard on 4 himself as on the others and ho has L roads It a success and so those whom he worked the hardest thank him tho most- Secretaryt t Loons not only worked up Interest In tho Immlgra I lj tlon movement all over this section G out he first had to swing his own organization I Into the work It got be II- iT hind him and he set a pace Ini ii- y boosting that would make a circusi I f press agont decide to take u coursei 8 in publicity Not a nook In south western Kentucky failed to Deceivei all the pews of this coming Convene i tine through tho press Not a cor n nor wa6f slighted whrilllvi clmo to spreading the gospel of Immigration V Not a prominent man failed to rev A allpanayorsI y clubs and kindred organizations were r jJit on their mettle to do something f i lOr their sections and results were soon apparent Then the untiring secretary wont over the field and so cured tho personal written pledge of i every delegate to attend Every news Paper in this section of tne state tppk part in the work of agitation and back of It All was he secretary and back of him the Commercial k club Jf looks stmpye enough end IUiiW or r I after the movement Was started but Secretary Coons can tell of moments of dark doubt when he could see no hope for Immigration to southwest ern Kentucky He proved the qual ity of hls mcttlo at those times for In stead of giving way to despair he fought desperately and ho won Failure In this work would have meant to him what failure In n busl ness enterprise means to other men He staked his reputation his fitness for this work on ttats venture and then throw his whole heart Into his effortSecretary Coons hag a right to be happy for If he did adoublo work In promoting this convention tho result lias been a double blessing It has Inspired JLhe confidence of tho clt izens In the Conimerclal club and the confidence of the Commercial club In Its secretary 4 0 When a man In public office In an executive position allows his personal feelings against Individuals to ap parently dominate his conduct It Is a misfortune But when an executive official exercises the functions of his office to harass those whom he owes a buslness grudge we are moved to Inquire to what extent he might be Induced to favor his allies In bust ness Such a man may unjustly be treated as a boodler but we have tho right to meditate and ponder wellI tho question whether by the same sort of ethics ho might not Induce himself to relent should the grudge be removed by overtures moving to ward him Men in public office should above all other men avoid the appearance pf evil but most of 3all they must beware of using their official positions as a club In private businessaffairs o I AVho Is carrying pn the campaign against tho distribution of free seeds by congressmen through tho agency 3of tho news bureaus for the dissemi nation of gratuitous Information Some of the letters even go so far as denalto the seeds but we opine that when the farmers get tired of free seeds a campaign against their dls trlbutlon will be superfluous o There Is something strangely akin GovernoryBeckham assumes If you dont like the Democratic administration vote the Hepubllcan ticket o Maybe Governor Beckham let It rain this time so the crowd would go to The Kentucky theater last night Instead of the horse show o To distinguish their new method of balloting at elections the Hooslera will have to call theirs a mechani cal voting machine o It rained hard enough to wring the clouds dry and turn ahem wrong side out but we cant see any sliver lin eInr o Lieutenant Lahain the balloonist went over to Europe and beat the lo car champions right In their own air o Putting on the lid Is a dry ques tlonFHIU o SHOT FOR HOBBEK riillmlelphia Man Mistaken for a IltirKlur Killed by Neighbor Philadelphia Oct 4 Thomas Hudson aged 02 years late last night was mistaken for a burglar by Robert Stanton aged 18 and shot and killed The Stanton family vas awakened during tho night by a noise In the house Believing It was a burglar young Stanton got areI- volver shot down the stairway and tho Intruder tell mortally wounded When the lights were turned on the snpposqd burglar was found to bo Hudson a neighbor Stanton was ar I rested but subsequently released 01 his own recognizance mtUIIOIUOI AS SOUL SAVER Salvation Army In Cleveland to Util ize Muthliics In Religious York Graphophonesration Army for the purpose of say- Ing souls The plan will be put In practice during tho coming harvest festival Dig grapbophones will be Installed at tho doors of the head quarters and the attention of pass oribyv attracted by sermons and sa cred songs turned out on tho machines Each graphophonp will havo guard and a contribution box May Bo Built Uy Contract Washington Oct 4A tentative decision has been reached by Chairman Shonts of the Isthmus canal commission that tho Panama canal should bo built by contract The an nouncement of this final determination of the canal officials respecting the method of construction Is expected in a few days Ileum AKiihisf Murphy New York Oct 4William R Hearst speaking In Brooklyn Monday nightstaid that whether Leader Murphy of Tammany was for him not bo vas not for Murphy to lTonights Programme and Premiums at the HorseShow THURSDAY EVENING 730745 1 Grand Pantile of nil Horses entered for tho nights contentt 745S10 2 Rest Single Carriage hone Two seated rig driven by owner iS10OOr5500f1 d it lies Combined Horse mare or gelding to beshown under saddle and In harness SO per cent harness CO percenijlsaddle 2500 1500 lioOO j i 8liHII0r4 IUt Uidy hider CupII e J s 910930aea 1 1UI ifiitlcnmn slitter Cup sr9301000 Ofnvsi mntrlinl pair of lutrxs to tWIlahllri f Ifords CO her- neat Vehicle 25 per cent General appointments 15 pr cent 2500 J1300 1000 1000 7 Clinniplon light harness lump mare or gelding Owned in West ern Kentucky Southern Illinois or Western Tennessee Hone must have been owned by exhibitor thirty days before thfs event No exhibitor to enter more than out horse Horse 75 per cent equipment and general appointments 25 jer cent Five to enter JCOOO 2500 1500 IN THE MOONLIGHT- HORSE SHOW GIVEN Tonights The Night in Piulu cnh This Season Ithlgw llovcs and Grand Stand in Kvctllent Condition and En trios Numerous 1 OPENING IHOOIUJI SATUIIUAY The horse show will be a success After two weeks of gloom and rain tho sun In all Its brilliancy burst forth this morning to make glad the hearts of all lovers ot horses and bring joy to the show promoters It means success to the horse show and tonight will doubtless seo the grand stand nt Wallace park packed Last night tho program was not carried out because of the Inclo nightt weather but several hundred l went out thinking the show would b carried through Wet grounds made It Impossible Several extra events were put on for the entertainment of the people who has come out v Tho first event was for the begt roadster and was captured by Pres ident Robert D Pnllllps of the horse show association driving Mr Friedmans Leo For the best five galled saddle horse Mr James M Lang on Rebel Dare won over Mr Van MetersI Gypsie and Mr Boswclls entry Mr James C Utterback and Mrs George Flournoy won tho prize for tho best couple riding with Mr and Mrs Henry Rudy record Ben Frank driving Elsie R cap turod the prize In the pacing event with Mr Nicholson In second place Dr Vorls gave an exhibition ot the Musical drill Which was greatly enjoyed This event Is on the program for Saturday night Nearly all tho boxes were occu pied last night and there were two hundred people in the grand stand Thq boxes and stand presented it pretty picture with their hostsof well dressed people The tasteful decorations and the lighting effects of tho grounds were Brilliant In addition to tho regular pro gram tonight Tho Belvedere Cup will be awarded the best lady rider and tho light harness champion event Postponed to Saturday night Instead tonight the five gaited championship will be added Notes The Paducah Military band gives some attractive numbers each Bight The brilliantly lighted ground the scores of pretty horses and tho hosts of handsomely dressed people all make an Inspiring sight and In shops when work muuhip style end fitaare chief factors a SHIRTSare siren ffint place They please the dealer sect aalufy the wearer In white sod colorfast fabric 125CLUETT CO Irtrt flak n at 011 mid 61k Ia w world l v ve llMryY cause many a heart flutter The grounds are remarkably dry lifter the hard rains and the stand Is as neat as a parlor so there is no danger of soiled domes Col Gus Singleton on a dashing steed Is a typical Kentucky Kur net Jho cdtcmcl Is tho officiall t an nounce Mr lie show a pSrfttcts p IJom i in ttt If tiThe moonlight is the softest In Kentucky If the night is clear and every indication Is that It will be It will be a flue night for the show as the moon will bo on duty The great number of fine horses owned by Paducah people will be a revelation to thqnorso show pa prone and some of the best premiums will stay here Mark the tip- I never expected to see such a brilliant picture In Paducah as this show said an old time citizen last night It compares favorably with largercities The Kntrles The entries areas follows THUIlSiDAVKinilT Rebellion J Mf Lang bay mare ago 4I ring 3 oRessig E A Iturkb black mare ago 9 ring 3 v tJyPansy James Oampbeii Jr sorrel stare ago 5 ring 3 Dan C L Van Meter bay goldlng age 10 ring I Gypsy C1L anh McterI black mare ago G ring 3 Nellie Pabst E A Fitzgerald Cairo bay mare ago S ring 3 Kentucky ChlcKon Parcel Par ker black stallion ape 3 ring 3 High Wave B JI Billings bay Holding age 3 ring 3 High Wave n J Billings bay gelding age 3 ring 7 S P Johnston best gentleman While Americans take great prIde and pleasure In being called a strenuous people lIf Is perhaps not ffcijnrally appreciated that a great roajyijijurq themselves physically rlWllt nervous systems idvltopro matllrPIwrllklcs gray hairs and In firmities by the hurry worry way in which they live neglecting In many Instances proper care off the body and lotting tho real pleasures of life escape as a forfeit Unrestrained strenuousness means neurasthenia ultimatelyNeurasthenia Is nerveexhaustion and that means Inefficiency of the body to carry on vital functioning serve centers lag debility ensues listlessness and fatigue rolgn Pain may bo felt In the back fullness or Ipressure 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 arc the rule Tho head ache of neurasthenia Is like a band around the head ordinarily Is worse Ithe morning and better towards the end of day and Is probably tho most common of all headaches which condo for treatment Now drugs do not help neuras thenia that Is admitted and phy Blclnns have long peen accustomed to send their neurasthenics away from the cities to the mountains sea shore abroad or anywhere to find now scenes and cnjpy tranquil resor otlon But that Is expensive and there Is a surer quicker and better as well as less costly waYOsteo 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 satisfac tion In a vory few minutes why otto opathy Is the sano rational euro for ALL diseases of the nerves Come to see me at any time between the hours of 9 end 12 In the forenoon and 2 and 5 In the after noon Dr O B Froage 516 Broad w rr iPnoae 1107 s a rider for cup Cecil DJfckerson best gentleman rider tot cupaLady C and Miss J flume OgllVIo bay mare ago 3 and 3 ring 6 SATtKIUYS KYTIUKS Rebel Dare Janice Lang age C gray stallion best registered stallion Mottle Montgomery W W Arm strong 4 months bay mare colt best suckling colt Mattlo Fowler and Mntttb Montgomery Alklns Armstrong ages 10 years and I mouths respectively best mare and colt ring Bessie E A Durk Cairo ulikck mare ago 9 ring 7 W W Armstrong best rider In saddle for cu- pDEATHS OF A DAY Clarence O raves Clarence C Graves 28 years old died at tho Illinois Central hospital yesterday afternoon at 4 pclock from typhoid fever He had been sick three weeks Mr Graves was born and spent his early youth In HI ploy Tenn For the last sixteen years ho had lived In this city and had been an efficient employe of tho Illinois Central railroad In tho yardmasterH office as chief clerk His homo In I the city Was with aimI B Uolxirlaon S15 North Sixth street In IFebniary last he married Miss Laura Reitz ot this city and besides his wife leaves his parents four sisters and ono brother In Manila Ark In bin life ho had seen much of the world working for many different rail rVrads Ills record with the Illinois Gcblral i hero was good and ills pro Wotltlii vas steady The funeral wit bo Held lonidrrow nftprnbona23 oclock at tho rcslderifo of Mr Gus Rlctz on Broadway with burial ID Oak Grovo cemetery Thomas niilrldi Mr Thomas Shields died at flaw son Springs at 1215 oclock this morning of dropsy Mr Shields was 45 years old and lived at JLowes Kylie was born and raised In Graves county Mr Shields left a wife and two children Mr Tommlo Shields and Mrs Glrnlsh Helfon of bona Oak Trio body will bo brought from Dawson Springs at 430 oclock this afternoon and taken to the home of his slater Mrs 3 M Thomas 833 North Seventh fetrcct Tho burial will be at Jit Kenton tomorrow nl 11 oclock d YOU DONTHAVE TO WAIT Urery doer mikes you tat better Lai Foil keeps yOur whole Insides tight Sold on the moorytack plan ewrywhete Ttlee Co i latIt SOFT COAL This Youngster Wears T1 I One of our row Sailor Blouse Suits with bloomer trouKcrnik gray plaid worsted price 97W Woihitvo these suits In Scotched1 1 Cheviot worsteds and serges 113 to IIP sires 3 to 8 1 The cap III Iray cloth to match suit price jlOO Wo have them In nil materials at Bo to Iln0 e Black Cat Stockings at JVj and Patent Leather Shoes at Wfio complete the outside apparel The underwear Is n worsted union suit at f100 lies one of the best dressed young gentlemen In townnnsl his clothes nil came from Wclllos Tho Boys clothes question Is an Interesting subject to study and as a rule a most dllltijult problem to solve Our observation leads us to believe that lays ore hound to ho toys and that they must have a certain amount of sturdiness along with the Ktyle In the tnaklnif of their garments 16sI nothing short of wasting money to buy poor cheap clothes for alxiy A guarantee goes with our boys clothes And we have an Imposing variety of styles to choose tram too Visitors are especially urged to visit this department while In the city Its one of the show places of Paducah and If the boy v needs a suit m much the better fur fWe give free a pair ofIExtension Roller Skates With vault suit costing 31 or moro B WEILLE 3 SON f y- tr Cuts the Fuel Bill in Half +t jFor1 jAs you know supply used for fuel The ordinary stove in burning soft coal allows this gas half of the fuel to pass up the unburned thus wasting it as a heat producer Coles Original Not Blast Stove by means of the patented Hot Blast draft cbimneyJpatented features distills this gas from the upper surface of the coal utilizing it as a heat I along with the fixed carbon or coke in the coal thus burning all the coal This is why Coles Original I til Hot Blast 61 Saves the Dollars and makes a ton of common 300 soft coal or lignite do the work of 900 worth of hard coal r Showt Stove 1 Burning iglttldohouse at night You cannot afford to say to yourself II My old stove will have to do this winter The old stove is eating up the price of a new stove every year Not only j that but on top of the cost is the unsatisfactory result it l 4 gives It is always out the coldest morning Even Heat Day and NightFire Never Out Coles Hot Blast is so perfect in construction that fire keeps nil night and when the draft is opened in the morn ing will burn two or three hours with the fuel put in the night before No other stove does this Fire therefore never goes out and the rooms are kept at an evea taw perature all the time OUR GUARANTEE sWe guarantee a saving of onethird In fuel over any lower draft stove of tbi- Mnic sue with soft coal or deck- aWe apacethan 1 Jwe guarantee that the rooms can be heated front one to two hours each motor tngwiththeaoftcoalorhardcoalptdInthestovelheeveningteforeWe4 hOUIUhouIIUenlionI rv 5We guarantee a uniform heat day tad night with soft coal hard coal j orlll1nlle6We e erenratore to remain aolulelylr tight aa long as used j 7We proofTheatoyebeFor Hard CoaHSaves lf The perfect control over the drafts the slow economical i makeit Hard Coal stove made Colea Hot Blast Is the modern heater and will save Its cost in fuel every winter Buy one for your home now r Would You Lose 5000 in Fuel to Save 100 on the Cost of Your Stove That Is what you do when you buy a cheaply constructed putty jointed showy made imitation stove Like all successful inventions Coles Original Hot Blast has many inferior imitations avoid them v successTheynatnsWitsI 1 Your Credit is Good at This Store F N GARDNER JR CO 114116 South Third Street THURSDAY O OCTOBER 4 tTHE PADTJOAH EQNINlfSUNPAGkFIVE f i DAILY ARRIVALS J Arc becoming common occurrences at our store Every day we show an entire new line atid assortment of all classes in ReadytoWear Garments f I Eclusl RndID Wear Slore t 317 Broadwar iiLOCAL LlJVJea 1 i for Dr Pendloy ring 416 C L Brunson Co have mOT ed their flower store to 529 Broad way Seven examinations for that many positions In civil service have been ordered Jor Paducah They to low ClrkdraCt man October 3D 31 civil engineer and superintendent of construction October 3031 tele phone oiwrntor male October 31 gardner October 31 clerk and dis penser Panama oanal October 30 31 farmer with knowledge of irri gation October 17 nglneor Indian service October 17 Cltr subscribers to the Dally Sun who wish the delivery of their papers stopped must notlfr our Collectors or mako their requests direct to Tho Sun office No Attention win bo paid to such orders when given to our carriers Sun Pub Co 0 Mr II D Mlwuholmor night baggage agent for the Illinois Cen tral has resigned to BO to Memphis and work under Trainmaster Drown JIll faithful service has been reward ed with in better position Ho Is to bo succeeded by E J Wilson Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 1 Broadway Phono 19G Marshal J IB Hloblnson of Clarkavllle Tenn arrived1 this morn Ing wIthrctiulHltlon papers for Barly Ayer Colored who was arrestod hero last week for larceny He Is ac cused of stealing a buggy anti saddle He will bo ttaken back this afternoon Ono load of our coal will makn 11 you an advertiser for us Bradley q Bros Phono 339 Tho Ladles Mlto society of the First Baptist church will meet Fri l day afternoon nt 3 oclock with Mrs A L Lasatter Sixteenth and Madi son streets j Startling but true 3000 school children In Paducah 3900 however had wet feet tbo past 5 days Wo can remedy at mall cost Rudy Phillips C- oJohn Austin the former patrol driver Is now chef at the county Jail Dr J V Vorls dentist 200 Fra I ternlty building Our customers are our best ad rertlacra Ask your neighbor Brad Icy Bros Phone 339 =Joseph Fcrlgo agent for flhe Italian government 1mn returned to New York after closing contracts fir buying tobacco In this district for tho Ilegle Tho buyers are as follows Mike Orimn Murray gardner WalkcrMayfleld Hamlet NMx Fultontowls Moss Martin Tenn and T j SiaM jjaducah When you order a rig from us you aro talking to ono of the pro prietors or capable Jerks not w driver or hostler who writes files and flits the order at appointed time Pal mer Transfer company Wo guarantee to plcaso you Pure Medicinal Wines Wo carry n largo assort iuotit of fine wines for table nuil medicinal use OUr Cofikfng JBr Sherry Is n pure first quality iotnestio wine of full age nnd rich flavor in half gallon bottles for 125 R W WALKER CO IUCn alfd DRUddlSTS f II 1ft m- RIJat 11 at lid Doer I Eiclinin Reidjlo Weir Store 317 Broadnraj with Old Taylor Ky Lump coal Phone 339 Bradley IJroi So Duncan Dcu burg William Uoular Urookport III white and John Robblns Pryorsburg William Stone city and James Polk city col ored woro examined yoatcrday by the board of pension examiner for Increase In pensions Its wicked to lot the children wade to school without rubber Keep their feet dry with a pall wo wilt sell you at 40c to TSc Rudy Phillips Co Tho Paducah High school alum ni association will meet Friday are ternoon October u nt 4 oclock In tho High school auditorium Spe cial musical program Mrs A R Meyers President Mrs John J Do rian Secretary The Sun ofllco Is prepared to furnish tho very latcit things In en graved or printed calling cards anJ Invitations or any sort and Is mak ing special prices now Dock Olden colored was ar rolled at noon for petit larceny the theft of canned tomatoes from tho Paducah Packing company plant Our Btorm legglos for school children ore a great protection 0e to 1100 Rudy Phillips Co The Ore at tho plant of tho Me Klnnlo Veneer and Lumber compa ny Myers erect Mcchanlcsburg has proven one of tho most stubborn that Paducah fire mon have ever han died The Ware started a week ago yesterday and a squad of firemen have been at work amid the sawdust and tarkIIImoMtconslantfytslnce Old Reliable CartcrTllle 111 washed nut and egg coil Istbe cheapest Bradley Bros Phono 339 Wade tho little son of Mrs Cordlo Bright of South Thirteenth Itrelt III qiillo ill or brait trouble Something newA ileVer magi azlne for the railroad man Twill too Interest cvcryonq but has an especial attraction for tho railroad roan and his family Oct tho first number only lOc R D Clements Co Do not be deceived Bradley Bros aro solo agents for Cartervllle III washed coal Phone 339 Wo ban rubber boots for boys Misses and children All styles and sizes U25 to 223 iRudy Phil lips Co IX MKMOIUAM In nioniory of Miss Maud aalleri who died September 29 after a four weeks Illnesa of typhoid revel I MSH Patten wax 24 years old a native of Oblon Tennessee but had lived the greater part of her life In thlsiclty with her parents Mr and Mrs S M Pallen She leaves ono brother Selma ono half brother Ed Pallen of Vlck burg Mlsa and ono halt sister Mrs Rogers of Clinton Mo besides many friends Maud was a sweet lovable girl None know her but could love her No matter how dark and gloomy the day there was sunshine when Maud wont On last Saturday morning she heard the Savior say They that Book me filial find me and she sought to find her Savior and now her spirit Is with tho angels Tho loving ono from us has gone A voice wo loved Is stilled A Place Is vacant In home That never can bo filled A friend K B J Lnvii Streams Mowing Down Forests Tutulla Samoa via San Francis co Cal0ct 4 The eruptions of the volcano on tho Island of Savalt fyave been Increasing and further dost uctlon has been wrought The la va streams aro flowing from places which wore thought to be safe and forests aro being mowed down like wheat with a scthef 11 DeiMls Fllrrt Edna and Ray Jones to Ooorge W Oliver property nt Clomonla street and Yclser avenue 50 Andy Hoffman to L L Browri property In the county UO JD Klrkpatrlck toP A Bagwell property In the county 50 Miss Marie Weber has returned from St Louis and Carbondale 111 where she UadbeB On a visit People and PUtstni Sventg Parties sending In account of so cial entertainments will please sign them M Tlio Sun will not publish communications sent In that are aoc signed Interested In Confederate Monument Mrs J H Thompson president of the local chapter U D C has re ceived a letter from John W Mllll ken of St Louis asking for the de tails In regard to the Confederate monument to bo erected In Padu cah and evincing much Interest In the cause MrfMllllkenf formerly lived in Pa ducah and has achieved great finan cial success slnco going to St Louis am his encouragement and cooper ation will moan much to the monu ment cause Dinner to Visitors Mrs John Si Blepckcr will enter tain at dinner this evening at her homo dn North Fifth street In com pliment to her house guest Miss Xavlo Haynlc of Qallatln Tcnp Mrs John Love of New York and Mrs Frank Watts of Nashville Tcnn who Is expected to arrive today Covers will be laid for twelve and the color scheme of whlto kind green will be artistically emphasized In tho table decoration and elaborate menu Afternoon Ten to Sponsors The Afternoon Tea In honor of the horsa show spdusorg ls this af ternoon from 3 to G oclock at tho Chess Checker and Whist club rooms It Is a very charming func tion with a largo representation of local society and outoftown visit drs present Tho rooms are elabo rately decorated In the horse show colors and Hlllmans orchestra play ed during tho afternoon Light re freshments were served U t of Hone Show Hall at Ciilleys Tho list for the sponsors ball to be given on Friday evening at the Elks Home Is at the Roy Culley store on Broadway and the entertainment committee will be glad to have the name marked off at once HrMgo Inrty to Visitors Mrs Clarence Shcrrlll entertained at luncheon and bridge today at her homo on Fountain avenue In honor bf dev lightful occasion Dnnco for Visitor Miss Marjorlo Scott has Issued In vitations to a dance n Tuesday eve nlng October 9 at the Craig Hour In honor of her guest Miss Lucye Bruen of WobU City M o Palmer lIotelA D Brooks Chi cago C Barnaby Sturgis W J Stone Kuttawa Phil Hollccback Loulsvlllo John L Smlthwlck St Louis G B Chapman Chicago O LvnlsUou Chicago H A Cunning ham St Louis W G Crandell Rochester N Y J E Wright George L Felter Louisville E M Shepard William Root New York George Darell WIckllffe Belvedere F M1 Ollmore Chlca po WH Y Owenklrk Evansvllle Ind W T Banta Evansvlllo Ind H Cochrano Qhicago R E Elgin Hopklnsvllle K H Kahn Chicago J W Nordhelm Evansvllle Ind James Cunningham Mobile Ala H R Ledalil Memphis Tenn W T Orady Owensboro Ky Z A Stewart CorbIn ICy E C Haw klnt South Bend Ind EO Paris Cairo III Col Pat Halloran who has been visiting his home for several days returned to Cedar Bluff today to take charge of his work at the big quarries Miss Luni Lemon of Mnyflcld ar rIved today to visit friends In Padu cah this weeek- Col nnd Mrs W T Padon of Livingston county are the guests of Mr end Mrs Mark Wortcn this week Mr and Mrrt Padon are on tholr way homo from Blackvllle Ok lahoma where they have been visit ing their daughter Mrs Dr Allen Lowery for several weeks Paul A Jones of Paducah a well known Illinois Central railroad flag man who han been running out of Fulton for over n year passed through this city today on his way to Princeton where ho wilt take a run as conductor on the Tennessee Can trat division of the Illinois Central company Miss Cora Richardson of South Third street left this morning for Paris Tenn to visit Miss Sarah Pos tlewalte Mrs Albeu Barkluy returned to Paducah today after a visit to her mother Mrs Charley Browor Miss Marie Webber returned to Pal ducah Wednesday after a visit to her rather A A Webber near Dublin Mayfleld Messenger Mrs Sarah Dates of Chicago Is Visiting her brother Mr C W Lewis on South Tcnth street Messrs Walter and Oliver Suther landot the Illinois Central suopa r 0 tN were called to Mayfleld yesterday by the death of their mother who resided In Graves county Mrs Marshall Eakcr wife of the well known Illinois Central car re pairer was called to Graves county today by the BcrlouS Illness of her mother Mrs M1 A Purdy who has boon extremely 111 of rtieuuiatlsnj at hor home 220 Adams street was much better today- Postmaster J H Ford of Benton Is In tbo city on business DOING WOIlli ForemAn Bros Installing Electric Lighting Wants A Paducah firm Foreman Bros Electrical company and Paducah workmen aro installing electrical lighting plants at several cIties The largest plant that the firm Is at work on Is at Kuttawa where tho Hllman Land Iron company have contracted for a private plant of GOO arclight capacity The Foreman company Is building a big private plant for a Flour Milt company at Clarksvlllc Tenn 61 over a 100llght capacity The work In the Tennessee city Is In charge of William Yandcll a foreman of tho Paducah company MAHUXDIIO NOT FOUND Peace Warrant Is Still In Hands of Officers William Mahundro Is still at large and tho police havo been unablp 19 serve the pcace warrant sworn Ht lato yesterday by his wife whpsa shQifears ho will do her bodily harm Tho wJfe with Lovle Bradford the sister with whom Mahundro It lIs charged ran away were at the hall this morning and remained for some time leaving after a confer ence with tho police So far the bus band has not gone about his home IIAXGKD PLAYING WILD WEST Hoy Tries lo Throw a Liifso Oets En tangled and Strangles Zancsvlllc 0 Oct JjiMVhlle some boys wero playing Wild West In tho barn of William Charnetsky today his son Harry aged 12 tried to throw a lasso from a beam like the men ho had seen In the show rfThe rope became entangled and the boy was strangled to death before help ar rived isj Fresh cut noses and Carnations right from the Green House C L BRUNSON CO G29 Broad way The average size of a laborers family In England and the United States Is three persons In Germany five persons TODAYS MARKETS J Wheat Onrh Close Dec 75 5- 479H 7 I May 79H- 42Jt Vom Dec 43 43 434 011 J CtI 111 DcIiV 31 PrIork IITJanO j i 1 Cotton aDec 10 O 10t61 Jan 1023 1047 Mar 1032 1000 Stocks I C v- L 17414 1 H N IIG 14C Ulp ii- Rdg 185 184 152174H ili1 BtP k 1HII Mo P 98 9854 Ponn 141 141H Cop 112 113 Sinol 1G4 1G4 Lead 78 77 C F I 55K GG I U S P lOTH 10647V4 u s If 4714 Local Marketav Dressed Chickens 20c to tOe Eggs 20c dOi Butter 20c Ib Irish Potatoes Per bu 70c Sweet Potatoes Per bu6c Country Hams iBc tt Green Sausage lOc lb Sausage lOc Ib Country Lardlie Ib Lettuce Be bunch Tomatoes JlOc gallon Peaches 40c basket Beans lOc gallon Roasting Ears lOc dozen Cantaloupes 20 to 40p dot Butterbeani We quart Celrfry 30c dozen PADUCAH GRAIN MARKET Wheat 67c bu Corn 60cbu Hay From Jobbers to rall dealer Strict grades Choice Tim 17 No 1 Tim 1650 No2 Tim UG Fancy northern ctoverUG Prom country wagonsiiatjrpubllc qual Itt medium to very poor 8 1111 pwr toa or valous mlxtwiw i K l TIPS j NOW IS TilE accepted time tor you to look about your fire and torna do Insurance as fall and winter are coming Remember the old and reliable Friedman Insurance Agency Office No 128 South Third street Of flee telephone No 940 Resldeno phono Nd 1581 Wo represent some of the oldest and best Insurance com panics which pro paying their lossei promptly We protect your Interests and you better be safe than sorrr Give usa call HEATING and itora woott Frank Levin boUi ohones 437 FOR RENT One side or atore 428 Broadway Phone 1513 FOR SALE Thlrteenroom house modern conveniences Old phont 464 CLEANING and pressing neatly done James Dutfcy old phono 718r FOR nE Trour rooms upstairs 4 15 South Third streetIron SALE Household furniture Apply 420 South Sixth WANTEnCompet nt bookkeepel at once P O Box 665 WANTED To rCianlce seven rqom house Phono 1742 FOR HAMBURGERS and Hot Tamales go to Shortys 111V4 South Third or 127 North Fourth FOR SALE New Remington typewriter No 6 Address C Boyd P Obox 26 Paducah Ky HICKORY WOOD Phones Old 442 New 698 Delivered promptly E E non SonsI FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished rooms for housekeeping Apply at llb7 Monroe street COOK WANTED Good cook can get good wages Apply 1935 Jeffer son street WANTEDDoard In pr vate ram lly Address Engineer 209 North Second street FIRST CLASS upholstering John Smith 909 South Fourth Old J phone 237p WANTED Housekeeper to travel on show boat Address H L S care Sun WANED To borrow UOO on two years tlpio Security cither per sonal ar teal estate Address J caro Sun FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms Modern conveniences Ap v ply 601 North Seventh street Old phone 569 STRAYED Dark red muley bull Weight CBO pounds UO reward for his return to C J Clark 215 South Third street 311SS MAGGIE SlU3rP tho dress maker has removed to 512 South Sixth street where she will be pleased to see her patrons iOn SALE= SmallC stock of gro ceries fixtures and horse arid wag oh 150 cash If sold at once Ad dress P care of The aun FOU DThreo new Yale keys on small ring Owner can secure same by calling at this office and paying for advertisement FREE TO LADIES Handsome stick pin of exquisite and exclusive design also valuable bcaaty secret send no money simply naSie and ad dress Merle Supply Co St Louis Mo A MODERN nOME for sale Sb rooms bath furnace hardwood floors uptodato In every partlcu lar Apply on premised at 416 North Fifth street- FOR RENT One or two office rooms with use of my reception room suitable for physician or den tist Reasonable Dr M Stelnfeld 609 Broadway 103 J E MORGAN blacksmith 403 S Third Old phone 457 Superior work guaranteed Exclusive agent for lore stono side wire tiros thn best rubber tires made CONTRACTOR WEIKEL Mason ry and concrete work a specialty Office 126 South Fourth Phono 490 Residence phono 1237 Prompt at tention to all estimates WANTED A Kol solicitors men who can approach 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 Publlsh IngCb Paducah Ky NGHT SCHOOL Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting etc only M5 a month Draughons Practical Business College 314 12 Broadway Phone 1755i Call phone or write foe catalogue It will convince you that Draughons Is the best WANTED FOR U S ARMY Ablebodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35 citizens of United States of good character and tom perate habits who can speak read and wrjte English For Information apply to Recruiting Office New RIb raond House Paducah Ky FOR SALA new threeroom IL house notqulto completed but will be In ten days Largo front 2and back porches Kitchen closet Jones street between Eighth and Ninth streets Part cash Balance on month Ily payments McCracken Real Estate and Mortgage olpc See Llllajd Sanders Pre tidepjt dfflce 318 South i c c un 300W X3S3 OaC X30 n DID U KNOW 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 space around it littleII HARTS HEATERS Are made with heat units everywhere The larger stoves have very power ful circulation features also making it easy for HARTS STOVES to do the work which is the reason they I use so LITTLE FUEL and LAST so LONG Prices Lovv GEO 0 HART SONS CO coootxxxxx3 v OBtxx3ia 3o xu su Sixth Phono 70S UIE ou out or work ordi tls nell with vour present employment or Inhnmc Wo can furnish you work wherein you can make from 3 to 5 a day selling Oatcys Good Goods on easy payments No In vestment required or experience nee essary John Oately 24 Adams St Chicago WHAT DO YOU think of this I The prices below will bo made till December 31 190G GOLD SHELL CROWN 22k S3 GO GOLD FILLINGS 100 SILVER FILLINGS 50 PLATE FILLINGS 75 Bridge work a specialty All grades of plato work that will suit you Painless extraction of teeth All work guaranteed anti of best material DR KING BROOKS Dentist Sixth and Broadway IN THE COURTS i Clicnnult Huns Alone Louisville Oct tW B OCon nell having failed to put up as a can didate for the Democratic nomination for clerk of the court of appeals Molt Ayres secretary of the Demo qratlc executive subcommittee this morning addressed a letter to the Hon John B Chenault of Richmond advising him that ho was tho only candidate and calling on him to re mit JlGDO more for primary ex penses Ilehkopf Case Yesterday In county court two claims In tho matter of the E Reh kopf Saddler company assigned were allowed One was for 1000 attorneyH fee to Campbell Camp boll for acting for tho firm and the second to Assignee It J Barber for C35 Assignee Barber stated that no opposition would be made to tho action taken In Loulsvlllo to force the firm Into bankruptcy Xcw Suits Filed Yestorda a suit wia flied by the bank of Hazel aealnst W B Smith and wife for 31GO a noto given August 7 1905 while Smith resided hereSuit was ned by J 1C Bondurant Against Louisa Welch for a note of 282 transferred by C A Torrenco to the plaintiff W M Reed led suit agalnkt Mrs Fannie Kahn and children for 1200 fee earned In a suit In Graves count ly when the plaintiff actod for the Kalins Jennie Ray today tiled suit In circuit court against Ed Ray for divorce on the grounds of abandonment They wero married In IS 9 9 and separated In 1903 Emlle Choate today flied ult against James A Glauber for the re covery of 245 paid for a horee and Uli for doctors rees Choate nl DRHOYERBoom 209 Fraternity Building IfCtrMuJJti fetMtKt Hill 414 n leges that Glauber sold tho horse aj sound wlion she was not nnd that he was forced to spend 2G for doctors bills He han returned the horse to Glauber Fidcrul Inspector General Pavoy Inspector of federal clerks offices Is In tho city today In specting the office of Federal Clerk J R Purycar ISw 011UKCH Revival Uclng Held at Bellevlew llnpflst A protracted meeting was begun last night at the Bellevlow Baptist church three miles from this city on tho Mayfleld road The church Is Just completed and tho first service was held In It last evening U Is a commodious building pretty and tasteful In the Interior and complete In every detail with organ and all tho furnishings new Tho meeting Is In chargn of Rev J S Perryman of Paducah iRev J It Stewart of Lone Oak and Rev J H Ballance of Hard Money TKAOHEItS ILL And Three County Schools Are Closed for Time Three schools In tho county are not In session because of Illness of the teachers This Is the first time tho county EchooK navo suffered from Illness of teachers for some time The schools out of commission aro Mqlbcr Miss Vlrgle Hudson teacher Lamont George B Orr teacher and Grahamvllle Mrs Car heal teacher County Superintend ent Islington has Been unable to secure fcubstltutes ECLIPSE SKATING RINK Skating afternoon and nigh Sixth and Broadway Higlet hall J E BIVENS Mgr Admission lOc D H Baldwin Co Manufacturers of PIANOS and ORGANS Sell on installments and take old Instruments in exchange DISTRIBUTING OFFICEI 518 BROADWAY WJr MILLER BRO0 MMMSt i CJB I e tPAGE SIX DI FXWUUAH lVE IlIIII TIIUHSUUV OCTODlCn 4 I t DRUGSFI I II rADUCAH GIIUi wets IJjIKD TIL UNCONSCIOUS 4 Young Jinn Doped Her With Sodn r1Vntcr Is Her Hullef In Louis vllie Slow 1 r Louisville Oct 4 Hermlnd a blank probably due to the effect of a drug which she believes was slip pel Intq n glass containing soda water whichshe later drank lsi Enola Oliver n pretty otghteon Year old country girt staggered into tho res rant 1115 West Market street over which she and her sister havo rooms late Saturday afternoon and sank unconscious on tho bed Hor pu which had contained 475 weeks earnings was empty and the belief Is that she was robbed hoa police were notified of tho caso yes terday and began an Investigation 11 Miss Oliver was still too weak to leave her bed yesterday afternoon but was able to tell what aho know of her experience I am employed at tho candy t j tory of Bradas Ghccns on Fifth street said Miss Oliver I quit stork at noon Saturday andw home W a As 1 stepped from the doorijf theoa candy factory onto the street I n a young man I have known fOi of time He told mo he was going to leave that afternoon for Cincinnati Idlcourse I ho tempted to frighten mo by making threats of what he would ito H l finally suggested that wo drink a 1scare f uceof1any that time until I found myself In m- on bed at homo I havent the slightest memory of what occurred fifteenyearold sister of Miss Enola Oliver said yesterday afternoon that until a to weeks ago she and her sister llv J with her uncle and aunt Mr a Mrs John Oliver at Paducah Ky jJtier John Oliver Is a carpenter andThelives at HOG Third street- UJiihK1O1fIlD the SLTAIt Inst Be Served Under Pure Food J Rules Unless the United States pure food commission changes Its mind the people of the United States will soon and using granulated and other sugars 13 that have a distinctly yellowish trHuge The commission has decreed I D that no mineral bluing substance be used In bleaching sugars Sug chemists say they use four pounds a mineral bluing substance to every lOOOOOO pounds of sugar for bleachItIng purposes This the sugar the Is ists say Is not aduteratlon that It Is merely purification by a thorougll d healthful process The pure foo commission cannot see It In that light and insist that the whitening process be abandoDedbM EXD OF AIARSHALL COURT 1 Judge Herd Winds Up Terms Bus ness This Morning auToday1 cltcircuitI on have a rest for a week or two This for morning Judge Reed accompanied by Judge W A Derry and other at torneys went to Denton to wind up the business There remains but n der tow motions to dispose of This tor has been uneventful np KILLTHI COUCH Ma- AND I CURE THE LUNC8 who WITH Dr KtelNew Discovery IrFOA CONSUMPTION Pries S100DFre Surest And Quickest Cure for all THROAT And LUNG XBOUB US or MONEY BACKclution open I Theres Nothing all the glvBeyond Garment Making AIh when bowrchoice selection from the bestSLs foreign and domestic looms IWe show many handsome and exclusive patterns boiYoullcrate and pleasing their DICKS BLACK 816 Broadway faf Opposite Fratenilty B f UUROIIm XOUpISIDJIoiNV Too Itkli Feioif nV Itnil ns Not iwlinmigh lttIXcrit started by Chicago clubwomen for feeding brcakfastless school chllV dies of tho Jones public school inull other schools IIn congested district received a severe fort yoater tPresident Emil VRltter of flit board of education told members tho Progress Womans club that thd children of patents living on Lake jShorn drive aud Sheridan road jjust as poorlyI fed as aro any of the children of the First ward There Jg as much Improper nutrition among jtho children onthoLako Shore driveI Vind tho amongtaupoorer quarters the city ho said It you are tlj start such a restaurant you oho j find a more suitable location than In whoher i J only on tho rlc cstw and most delicate foods often arc In Worse condition than those who jlive on A simpler farothT lrpliontIhtrylur Alanii A telephone girl tells the Phyladelnj phla Record of a new use of the tereflow phone Three women occupy a Couse near where the girl tires Ti ntB had been away In the country for opeeatwas surprise to hear ode of ih call up a pay station asking for 1her sayslet I bnout as tho house was closed there was no answer Then my curiosity got the better of mo and I disclosed my entity and asked why she was call- Ing t her own number when the knew the house was closed Thats lust the point camp the response ovtr the wire rather tartly we wlnhto wi any burglars away 1 If there lire In tho house WATIiK VOTICK Patrons of the Water Company tire rcinliuled that tliclr water rent cx rethel thecdprcndsndI ca =nest puM for on or before OLORT will he shut off iroiniit uyiiitnt of water miU will sate vejratlon and cot to cin unicr sad unpleiinnnt dull w Of and nnnujaiicu to the company infr Tennessee Stole FiliIA orx11CromtrlturnInclusive for U75 good return otIngJ JIULLANEY Ticketl 19Agent 21oIr ton Street Depot Phony 22D originmalI always best TlInk It over ciawhen saldvesale 2Wittsoriginal and the name Is on nlteverrJrecommended1 J limit trlLaDgItcpublicon Convention The Republicans of the city ofPKy are called to meet at t hall In tho city of Paducah Ky I Thursday October llth IMC to the purpose of nominating candNI dates for the various city offices to booted I for at the November election The convention will bo called to 0 at 2 oclock p m and tho vlv a prevailm J ti PRANK DOYD I Chairman City Committee C W MEURIWHATHER Secy ny a man of humane Impulses rate would not willingly harm a kit Is guppy of cruelty where his ownJ Is concerned Overdriven overworked when what fIt needs li R something that will digest the foodnotI rates and help tho stomach to rocu = pirate Something like Kodol for t elJsla that Is sold by Lang Bros Notice The Palmer House barber shop IsI on account of tho reconstruc of the Palmer House but w In about ten days where t writing room formerly was I ask my friends to call and sea mo In now shop Wo will be ablo to Iyou fir tcau service Thanking for their patronage I am very re J D MUNSBV Mgr cold Is much more easily cured Ithe bowels are open Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar opens the els and drlvosS the cold out of tho In young or old Sold by Bros t NOTICK Tho annual mooting of tho stock of the LangstaffOrme Meat company will be held at office at Paducah Ky on the- it9th day of October 190G- H W RANKIN Sec ana Trcas CamllyrfeWIW twillsI bpd bust to lal Tistn able little pills thij dO n fc THROUGH WINDOW COXtirjOTOB PAUS AXI SUS TAIXS SKRIOtS CUT Tentyeahof aroWhile the tarp storm yesterday at ternoon was at the height of Its fury F L Leaser conductor on car No 10i of the depot lino rum was so rlously Injured while trying to lower a window and had to bo carried tto- Oj the office of Dr It E Hoarne for at ttcntlon oldLeaser was summoned hy passen gers at Seventh and Clark streets tt- aro to j1toner the window Ho put all his ln elghl on the sash and the glass goes Way Ills right hand wentf through and was cut clean to th from one side of the hand to e other Two tendons were severe and an artery cut A handkerchief na tied shorn the wound and th of blood checked until tho doctor was reached Tho tendons were wed together and tho artery closed leaser will bo ablo to use the hand crlppleAresITho car was being run by Motor man JT Flowers and ass en route to the depot IX TilE STOMACH Tnl Lynn Struck Guy panicron mid Killed Him Yesterday afternoon aboutI4I oclock Guy Damcron 15 years old- s killed at Drookporl during a school boy fight with Tal Lynn 12 years old Tho Damoron lad was the ton of William Damcron They wero corn lag front school when the rods got Into a fight and the Lynn boy struck other a terrific blow In the pit of stomach ILLINOIS CKNTRAh It It KXCUK SOX BULLETIX Lexington KyFall Races Dates lisle October 2 to 13 1906 Inclu give limit October He 190C Round rate 935 Louisville IGrand Lodge F b M Grand Chapter R A M Dates sale October loth andlCth 190G Octobei i0th 190C Round rate G95 Xnxhrlllp Tenn State fair Dates sale October 6th and nth to 13th 15thlRound trip rate 475 AMicvllte X C Missionary con furence Protestant Episcopal church of solo October 22nd and 23d 190d limit Nov Bth 1906 AssoIo1 Fire Engineers Dates of October Cth and 7th IMC limit days Round trip rate 12100 IlncluIItr ICIState Develop convojitlon Dates of sale Oc 9th and 10th 190C return October 13th 190C Round rate 904- Blrminghnuy IRHome Coming Week Dates of sate October 14th Octobe6ea paying fee of 51centa an extension Nov 21st 190C may be obtained Round trip rate 935 IllIJphll Tenn Internationa 1 AnaI th 17th and l8th 1906 return limit October 31st 190G By depos- Iting ticket und paying fee of 6 u cents an extension to November 30th 1900 may be obtained Round try 525 For further particulars apply to T DONOVAN Agent Paducah Ky M PRATHER T A Union Do SSaEE Mitchell Streettie j Carries the most earn plctc line of Bicycles and Supplies in the city Morgan SWrigW Tires the standard of the world IfI The Reason In the onlinary heater the draft enters the front passes i up through the fire and out the flue at the top In this way only about 60 per cent of the burnable proper tics of your fuel arc cohsurncd the rest passes up the flue unburned in the form of gases and smoke In theeWILSON HEATER topecirculates throughout and over the fire and produces thedbnrnable elements in your fuel thus tho Wilson will 4d amounteof Goft coal than any other heater or in other words your fuel bill will be reduced 40 per cent Is this worth considering Sold Exclusively by HANK BROS 218 Ilrtadwny PADUCAH SADDLERY CO Cor Fourth and Jeff rsonJ HORSE OUTFITTERS Harness Saddles Bridles Bits Whips Blankets Retail Department LM I LIZERNE COAL III TV7E are sole agents for the best Kentucky Coaljj 1sold on the market Why send your money out of the itate when you can buy a Kentucky pro anyuardfostcringpIhome arid state enterprises and when you buyiLUZERNEyou are getting the best that Ken tucky produces Get our prices All sizes of Lehigh Anthracite 9a tonII Barry Henneberger BOTH PHONES 70 I T I h u Homes on Easy Terms ol1threcoffer for sale at front GOO to fBOO ouchon monthly pay menU of front 815 to 820 per mouth LESS than a fair CASH riucE Heretofore i have required ten per cent of the price in advance on such sale hilt will now sell with ono regular monthly paymoijt in advance A rare opportunity to get n home with ordinary rent llomeseekcrs call and see inn or call me rot1 phone 231 Will be glad to show you J MWORTEN Fraternity BuildingJ J I 4 VIA BARGAINS ROCK J ISLANDII I ttTO COLORADO I TO CALIFORNIA IreductionsI f 111VeryI I I Colonist tickets will be on sale September 15 to October 31I n I TO HOT SPRINGS ARKVery low round trip rates alll1 IIIllustrated IingI I IGEOI Ii w W P R RUDY T PUKYXAK FAXTONPreildent Cashier Assistant Cashier Citizens Savings BanK jCopljal 100OOO Suits 50000 Stock holders liability 100000 S Total security to depositors 250000 Accounts of Individuals nod firms solicited We appreciate email as well ai large depositors Rill accord to all the same courteous treatment Interest Pnld on Time Deposits Open Saturday nights from seven to eightt oclock Third and Broadway np TO LET t Several superior offices on second and third floors of our building provided with heat water light electric elevator and modern sanitary arrangementsIPrices lowest in city for similar offices double offices especially adapted for dentists American German National Bank 227 Broadway J aaar anFarmSee CEILIM AND BUZZ FANS + == = 7 = c = Foreman Bros Novelty Co Incorporated 1 1I1Ia NPourtll St J hon8Ji17 7 1 bpYOUR FIRST THOUGHT coWhen dwelling on the Plumbing or heating question in 1 Whos the beat to see Ask your neighbor Oftcncr than not I lie will refer you to E D HANNANPlumbing heating Gas Fitting 133 South Pourth 335 Kontuclcy Ave Both Phonon 201 u ICITY TRANSFER CO Now located at Olaubers Stable haulingITELEPHONf 499 u 1 Why Not Own Your HomeQuit paying rent Lt us build the house you pay for it as you pay rent Vacant lots in all parts of the city Nice los on the proposed car extension on Broad to union depot and on Allen streets from a5o to 350 each Buy now on installment plan PropertyisMcCrctton Real Estate 6 Mortgage CoIncorporated LUIfirtlp SrmUwrw Proa and Mj f Phone 7GO 11 UI J Subscribe for THE SUN and get the aeu Itc f i iS I PAOK SEVEN asm P3C0UCTH5 JVEN1 IT THUnSDAY OCTOliKn 4 r v IIlYhe Bath Cpny- I II 1 I AGNES and EGERTON CASTLE AulAorj nf Till Pride of Jnnlco II ICOIYRICH 1 T 1000 BY ECCRTON CASTLE 1 t fi1 ira four latlilp iurnliT fa tjSy I j ru61JrbnlJjClUlUln pi0 eiKf Iipre tonight let We olollehiI 1111bhtyour ladynhtp whom your anxious bust t baud had IKHII led to liullcvo wa likely to come tblx wny uoniewlmt ah un fultiilily Protected at be tbouubt wbIperedIbtol lhIoMing assurances As for ynu IfVoIntiftJulerjIIXnil the pmifli She vlll tell you henelf bow It happened hut gnirlou stnw my dwir lJdy Mtirla hav you 1101 yet been given n IIluMII of tlwot ilr Ollnrnn restorative Allow me cried Kitty who having Jut settled Hit Jaipcr biislnin fur him hULl now freedom to place her j energies elsewhere Dearest Lady It Maria how sweet of you to join ua In f our little reconciliation feast She I took a brimming Kkua from Ollara UunilM and held It with n winning vmlle for iJidy MnrlaK arceptnnecl Madam retipoudtil the inntrou ceuwlnl drext her voluiuliitiiiHoUlrtHt together iiiid bveauie ItuiKUftrably- dtir Ah cried hit widow ulIllIr top inuU notei madam how 1 hhauld I have rerem mud n relative na your telf Next to lilt joy of calling thy Lord VerneyH mother my mother trould have boeu that of railing liU t aunt my nutit Hut tilt dretni IU over Lord Vcnipy uuil I tum never lhe moro to i avli other than we are now Eli1 the dowager ncorcred her bearliiK Whats that ncvvyV flu nlIII true wild Lonl Verne with great demuroue Mlstrew Itch p hahN him given ma back my word Forslve me dear Lady Murla trilled the widow 0111fallfor the BIIKH In MUtrcn KiltyA hand Sit down tIt down aliI cried Ml trcxii Hollalr StnfTord echowl with a Jovlnl Hhout There wan n call for nI tnh bowl OlUrait OJIH 1 liepiu Jj1tiSsto find how long her tumbler took to empty hut curiously never fnllMl to h be looking the other way when SIls ircsn llellulrit with tiliilorot xollcltudeI tiled the sIlcr Indie lu her direction I hope Mid the inchlit lady now wreathed III mlIesI hope that Mr OHnmH cordial IU nut really Htruugcr than innilclra wine which my phyul ctan nnynln nil I ought to drluk- Jlndelrar cried Mr Olluni Ma ifiIru wIno U u very fIr drink It IU n line stirring dhrlnk but tis npt Im afraid to beat the blood 6VyrunUh Now claret he went Oil pursuing the tJWslclaltli the wine fur gentle men only for tilt dlvll of a way It ban of lying cold upon tilt utoiunch I after four or live Imtlli Do I hear foil siiy Tort over there Tow mo 1 boy 1 Phi not deny hut Hint port hall IImmllItlt Its strong Its mellow hut Its henry It sends n fellow to sleep and thatll a tlrrlblo bad mark nguhut ftor Mix near ax lad for a Tiuiii to sleep wlieh he hUll a bbtlle going ti vhoii he thnii n lady coming Thou tbereii champagne for you thereV ex hi lara tlou In chainpagno tin tilt real tipple for K gcntUiuau when ho nluhV In u tetiujlete but JJi toil tho wine for great foiupuny Now my dear frlciiUjHalilj ITara xtlrrlng hili new bfew w IIlhe touch of u punt master It you want to know a wlut that Combine tilt lire of the lundelra with the elctfflnre of the clurtt the power and mellowness tof time jiort with the r exhilaration of tilt champagne theres lii6thliig In the world can compare to n fliie screeching bowl of brandy pwirh C1tU- TiltErx I Mistress Kitty had sipped a glass with great show I relish and rnklshnesn nud HtaiulUh under protest bd sucked n few spoonful when I idy Maria stuck In the middle of tier fourth helping protested that shin refllly could not llnUh tile tumbler anil forth with begun to nhow signs of Incolier dice and somnolence when Ollnni broke Into snatches ot song and Igrd Verney began to make calfs eyes afrtHU nt the lost Mlstreii Kitty when Sir Jasper banging round his wifes chair showed unequivocal I signs of re pentance aunt u longing for reeouellla thou and Stafford himself became more pilutrd In his admiration of Mlstrciji ICltty and ntriaoUroadcritr bU Jests luau will lUlltfwunsUtcntvtvltb his usual breedluj tho little widow ileeincd It at lust time to break up tbu party There was u rust bustle u prodigious ordering and counter ordering Never mind inc whispered Stat ford ever full of good burner nnd tact Into Sir jasper ear take your wife home man Ill sleep here if needs be Not n toot asserted Ollaru ap BPeakllllwltlljthej world not a foot will I stir from this place so lonau there U a lemon left Ito cursed nOu lhelcrllt1 Lord Aprney babbling wtllturyWI be re turned front the llllJlIIt1ut scoun dreiSplVBfbaiilriTen off Wills m- ychghr j Then shall wo bo a merry trio to drluk daylight Hi said Stafford and cheered Conic dear Lady MarI1saId Kitty I shall take cure of you I will give ersImaildriveCertainly my dear certainly niuip bled the dowager Wbb Is thai re markably agreeable person she requested to kuqw of Stafford in her pro digiously audible whisper My dear the turned again to Kitty I like you wonderfully r cannot quite remember your niiide my dear but we 11110 home totreticr Dear dear Lady Mortar cried MI- stress Kitty honey sweet My Lord Verney give your arm to your revered relative mltld you IIttad her tdrefully i he said with ull the Imps In her eyes dnuchig for I fear Mr Staffords cordial has proved a little staggering nftor tbviilcbt aIr And warn her ladyships attendant to be ready to es tort us back In my carriage Then taking advantage of Sir Jas pars nbieuce that gentleman whiM even then be heard cursing his sleepy servants In the yard Mistress Kitty ran over to Lady ataudlii who stood wistful aud apart at the ingle nook My dear she murmured the game Is lu your owtt bandi Ah uo returned time other Oh Kitty you haire been an evil counselor Is this your gratitude retorted Kitty find pinched her friend vltii rlclaus little flugers Why woman your husband never thought so uiiichi of you In his life us be dues now Why there haiDUTer been so unich fug made orcr you since you were born Are these Jtur thanks Oh for the hio inoil t when 1 inn Dr to III bosom Anti telllilm nil My f66l Wi endeavor to make him Jenlous my Kliifill pftteiise that he hllilII rlvilllIlI my hearU WiftV exclaimed the lt1oRQ l tier u lilstieV took ull time ihlphaKls of a ftrlek Fly to hIli iHMoml Tlicii I tojilsknesTell him all foroootb ret him know orImlu1nhltutnever hall an Idea Wyoud plhlnh for his love thAt no other man has oyer ttloufthj of you that he has never lidd a rlvnl hcvtr will hrtVe one tfmt you lire merely his owtimilutereHtliig Julia IntlySllIlIllllihI when time battle Is yours Tibetrlnsan Ityl IrodlgioiM prwllgluusV cried Mis tress Kitty 9s It possible that you and I are of the same tcxV- Ilewlldereil yet halt convinced Lady Standish listened dud wondered He guided by me whispered Kitty again Indeed uiy dear I menu well by you Keep your secret IIf you love your husbihd Keep It niore precious Ily than you would keep your Oilli und P6ur beauty for I tell you tin how your most valuable po eHttlon Here saId slit mid she took u letter from her fnmoiiK bag und tbruxt It Into Ju has hiiuds here IIs AVhrtt will brftg hull to tile knees Oil wliatI Ifi game you have upon this drive home If you know how to piny It What ls this 1I0r cried Ijidy KtaudlidiHutbl ordered Kitty mid clapped tier friends hand over the letter IJrotulso Here iijmw your lord Sir Jasper bad approached them us she xpokc Ho how bowed confusedly nhd took hili wires hand But A word In your ear tttld 3l1litres Kitty nrroBtlnx him ns they were ibout to pah tI out A word lu your ear sir If a man has u treasure at home he would keep for himself bo willIh well to guard III An uuwatch ed jewel my good sir Invites thieves loud nightV- S S S I S S And now In the great room of tho Bear limit were left only three the two gallant gentlemen OHara and Blur ford mid Mistress Kitty MIstress Kittys ganle haul bcen sue oessfully played out amid yet the tally lingeredGood ulght she begun then shot a glance ut Stafford I wonder fche Bald Innocently It my carriage be ready null whether Lady MarIa Is well luatalledr 1 will see said Stafford simply aud vanished OHiira stood hf the table slowly dipping tint ladle Into the punch und abvciitly pourlug the liquor back Into the bowl az In Shu sidled round to him ii- Dculst Biild she Ho turned bU wildly bright eyes upon her but minute 1I011I11cr Im going IJIkImlll tihe und held out tier hand lie carefully piit down the ladle took the tips of tier little linger and kissed them But his hand uud his imps weN cold Glory be to God said he Its a grand game you played with me the Bath comedy entirely Kitty Then ho dropped her hand nnd took up the punch ladle again with dowu looksjon not give me your arm to fcald she after u pause Ah Kitty sure havent you broko my heart for uie nud baa not the punclijxbbodmeor mj legs To Da ContInued I = 1 ui sew LARGE PARASITEgu LARE EINGREMOVED Coojiois Medicine BtihlgM Now Disease to Light Young Mnn ICvjilnlns tIme Causes of Trouble Snya CrenlureH En- lerSyMem in Itnre Meat IMftUMi WKHH KKiaiiTKNKII I iV St Louis Oct 3 Probably the most unusual feature of tho excite ment that has been created by L T Coppers visit tp this city Is thu ru in oval of parasites or tapeworms by his preparations During tho early part of Coopers stay In St Louis Individuals who wero taking his New Discovery as it Is called brought either to him self or to physicians throughout the city Immense parasites that had left tliu system after using tho medicine Many of rheso people wero fright cued and cases of this sort became co numerous that Cooper finally made the following statement for publication Ho said In every city I visit these things are brought to me with in a few days after my medicine Is sold fu the city They are what Is known ns the tapeworm and grow to enormous size Few Indeed realize how preva lent these creatures are I think I have been the first to dcmonstrgt what a large factor they ore In th poor healtnrof this generation I belIeve that fully onehalf the citron ic stomach trouble that is so univer sal Is caused by these parasites Individuals may have them for years and not be aware of the rca son for continued Illhealth but at tribute It to ninny different diseases when In reality one of these creat ures Is robbing them or tneir vital ty M These ParasItes are taken Int6 the system In uncooked food or rare meat In the form of nneRgwhlih hatches almost lmhedlately peo plo suffering front them experience feeling of lassitude anda are v ex tremely nervous Tho action of tub Now Discovery seems to be fatal to these great worms and In most lllcJnYdrlostern I will havo hundreds of theta brought to me before I leave flue cityVThis grcwsomu prophecy has been amply verified for not only hun dreds but thousands of St Louis people have been relieved of one of theso fearful parasites since taking Coopers preparations ana the bn tire city has been aroused by the fact SomcOf these parasites are of such enormous size an to startle tho Imagination The statement of Path er John liaptlst Arnolls one of the best known and best beloved priests In this section of the country yen ties this Ills statement among others given to n reporter was IK fol lows IFor years I jmlTcrcd from what L thought was a general run down condition of the system caused by stomach trouble I felt extremely tlr ed oil the time and It was a great effort to attend to my duties I would wnko up III tho morning feeling as I JfIwould have a pain In tho lower part of my back and would have to Bit down II was very nervous and depress ed In spirits and was troubled With dizzy spells I would see cpqta be fore my eyes when I stooped over and raised up quickly I had a very Irregular appetite and would have palpitation of time Inrt after ascend ing the stairs The talk about Mr Coopers pro paratlons was so universal that I decided to try sonic although I do not take patent medicines as a rulo I took four doses of the New Discovery as it Is called and a tape worm about ninety feet In length left my system I am very thankful for this great relief and I now know what has been the cause of all jny suffer lags This story of Fattier Arnolls Is a fair example of tho experience of an astonishing number of St Louis people und Coopers preparations are selling hero In Immense quantities It Is now estimated that he has sold one hundred thousand bottles to date In this city alone and the salo is stilt Increasing Tlie 1exan Wonder Cures all kidney bladder and rheu malic troubles sold by J II Oehl schlaeger G01 llroadway Dr E W Hall ofllce 292C Olive street St Louis Mo The readymade religion always looks the part MANY QUESTIONS d s BEFORE TtEBOARD J OneSheet StnmlH of Kentuckyt Theater Ordered Down INiIinoi Ilnu o Iiiij roveiiientH to Hol- JnHtlJlltltI OIl Ileimaif lit time ltinul WILL IXKlJJOT 1IIK ffm ITS Tho hoard of public works mpt yesterday afternoon for the first time In two wcqks 4 Tuesday was the djito set for In specting thd bltulithlc streets on Hroadway Fifth to Ninth Streets Wednesday Sixth Seventh and Ninth streets will bo Inspected Tho team heating company was granted permission to connect with DuIJolsKolb company building and with the I D Wilcox residence at Sixth street and Kentucky avenue Tho Kentucky theater manage ment which advertises only lnl1e evening papers was orderedijto dls continue sandwich onesheet Stands usually placed on Fifth street anti llroadway when the seat sale opens Tho engineer Is Instruectft O ascer tain If the sldewalkjjU Fifth street and 11 road wa are affected IJty 1m prjThojjjas use4nlmoistlIrst Iftreets 5tof time way uiitil isheet Improvements are finished The assignee for the American Road Roller company agreed lo take 2DO for the 500 debt owed the company It was accepted comrtnwasof gravel In filling Bracks To keep fronijworklng Sundaypm one man was torilerc late Saturday night to clean arpnnd tho market 1Orders to talopiione and telegraph companies to set back and remove poles from the pave monls Tomorrow the board will make a trip over i the cltyrfaihd locate lights There are 2t morfSiBhis to be located S The Illinois ConJEii was granted VPor2nIsshon to Igiciniber path u tho Thirteenth street fill The request of I iwronco Dallam for a gradc at Fountain avenue And Broadway for blOv ajks was referred iQihe genernlScfiiin2lh Thpas nfldges Sons asked lto be paid for rajslng the bridge under which the Inn built h culvert uear tho Illinois Central passenger sta tlolIlt ank while the culvert was being made Jhe matter was refer red The board agreed to inspect North Twelfth street built by E C Ten rell tomorrow VVI Underground piping was LordoreJ laid at Twentythird street nnd Ken tacky avenueVThe street Inspector was Bordered to repair Kentucky avenue Jefferson troet and Broadway where bltullth laftndbrlqk streets not J j Orders were Issued Itoproh it fruit stands on the pavements Un UroalvYay 1TP9must be tlImu side the building as theybstrtmct the sidewalk C IK Jennings was ordered lorc pair sewers by Saturday Tho tow ers were damaged In constructing ill IBridgeI or do you need a new pack for the social family evening in your own home 11so why not take home a package of Playing Cards and supply your needs at little cost We carry a full line of Counters Chips Score Blanks Bridge Score Cards etc etc A pack of Rexall Playing Cards superior in slipi and finish andequal to regular 2kc packs for 15c W B MPHERSON outrth d- VM ILk LARKSL tnrWIDNty a CtO DES Guaranteed Care for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two dotes giro relief and one bx wjll cure anf ordinary case of Kid ney or bladder trouble Remove Gravel cures Dlabetei Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all Irrqgularlttes ot Jbe Kidney and Bladder In botb men and women Sfd at CO cents per box in the no cure no pay bali by Mcl ersons Drqg store Fourth and Uroadway polo agent for Padu rah br sent by mill upon receipt of price by lArk Medicine Co Lout lIh Kr P VV ot CALIFORNIA PACIFIC NORTHWEST 5 MEXICO Cheap Colonist Rates- In ctiCt emIly until Oct 31 1906 Via Missouri Pacific Railway andI- ron Mountain Route 1 From St tcuis or Memphis ThrAUjtu touriit sleepers Greatly reduced round trip liomestekirs rates to the west and southwest first anil third Tueidiyi rich month Liberal limits andl Hop over privileges For rates tnip folders tie tee netreftt lickrt gent fr edtesj vRt c MITTRIHI TP L MO nt C- ra 301 Rinse BMt looistliie I NEW STATE UOTE D A Balfcr Pob I I METROPOLIS ILL i ewest and best hotel in the cit Rates f200 Two large sampl rooms Bath rooms Blectrli llgnta The only centrally loctt hotel in the city- CsmaercIal Pilraura S lidtM ifrfrSPRNNVRIWAf prgv Snfa Bnd Tollable they pvcrconio wretvknoss irt crease vigor bMllsh pains No remedy ecimls DR Aiurrs pcNNYRoyAL PILLS Sold ty luc Ilurtd lJr1Joli Chxralol CloyManJOblo 1 CCmiEa- II I I t 1101ST 5 CII- SI T1IIEYASSIrLMICALCOvqtcszAtio V55 MEw APD WOMIJC On mg U for unrulur l IiehrgPlifl5SIflItlOQolnitaIlitu I 1 of maouai nitutraaH- Ptlaleu ii not Mtrllf 11 vr pol Bouit Nold by JrugIstl or un n pUlo wrtrixr t f icltit prtptll fez SIMS r HMtU 1171 I ABRAM i WElL i co CAMPBELL D1 OCR i TtlfpubSei Office jfcjJadcrce 71 INSURANCE Harahan bonlovarrt- Illds for fuel for the lightings plant will bo opened Wednesday Tile street Inspector was ordered to inform cpntrnctors that unless debris left on streets is not removed within 2t hours after dumped there warrants will bff secured Tho board petltlbnod tho general council to adopt an ordinance regu lating the hitching of horses on brick or bltulithlc streets The board agreed to 11010 cents per load for hauling dirt from the Washington Btreet storm water Hewers to time Caldwoll street nil Thanks wore extended Supt W J Hills of tho Nashville Chattanooga mind St Louis railroad for dirt ho gave the city VVVVV- =NOTICE List of new subscribers milled by time East Tennessee Telephone Com pasty Today1 2722 Nllatfi Hassle 1019 Wash ingtonn764Owan F 923 Washington 1G94 Duiiialno Mrs A COS South Third 2179Flshcr Charlie CIO Adams lHUtnum Miss M CHI Madison i Llko other commodities telephone service should be paid for according o Its worth and valuo I Wo havo In the cltr over 3000 subscribers or five times as many as the Independent corn punY outside tho city and within the county we havo G3 times as many subscribers at the Independent company Yet we will jplacoa telephone In your neilI dllnce Ill tiiesauie r3te thj Indepeqd emit company Is supposed to charge and provide In addition lung distance i facilities which will table you to reach fifty million people from four homo Call 300 for further Information BAST 7RNNE8SEE TBLSPHO B OOMPAMT s 43V1 REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES LOANS + Lots on Tohhessee and Jones stroeU between 8th And 9th J37G cash or 400 part on time 412 South 9th St C rooms in good fix at fUiCDO part on time 418 South 9th St C rooms house good condition at 1760 part time COS Fountain Avo C room house nice water Inside excolent locations See mo at to orlco which depends on terms of jiaymont Sonic excellent farm offers near city do now tot subdivision and pay hand some profit at once on present prices Madison St Fountain park corner lot at 6CO Only chance in park fJIco North lith SU 9rooin house In excellent condition ut 2800 Only 3 blocks from JulmellIouse- Threohouaes rents about 30 month N E corner Cth and Ohio SIS good Investment at 2400 Have at all times mocey to loan on farm land at G per cent interest 10I years time Certainly getting money wanted It farm and title all right Have acre land ust outside city limits In very uolce location can sell In any quantity wanted from about 114 acres up Well opened up with wide streets and best offers In this class about city y Five acres fronting GIB feet on south pldo of Hlnklcvlllo road vest city limits at 300 acre This lani can lie subdivided into lota and resold at handsome profit Easy payments Five iroonj double houses on loll each 40x165 feet to 1C foot alloy OD north side pf play street between 12tS and 13t lslretllllt 1050 8aCh100 cash and balancp In monthly paymenti of l1il1ipnts pow at 10 month These lire bargains for Investment ai houses In good condition tad grouna rapidly rising In alto Take one or more llVttt- One nicest 7room houses In city new never been occupied all modern conveniences near Madison St front ing on Fountain Ave and opposite Lang park at 301Itrt on time This Is fine offer in goodhome Lock at it and see 4 C10 acres near Wallace Park high well drained with excellenfsur roundlngs GO foot street In front of It at 1000 on any reasonable payments desired Firstclass cotttgo or o rooms just renovated throughout on north sldo ofV Jefferson St between 13th and 14th at 3500 Several Kow ndtown lots on 500 monthly payments 240 acres best farm In county only 4 miles from city 1500 cash and balance on 5 years time Seetmeltyou want what will double In value In few years iHcsoll at twice the price long before payments are due FOIl RENT Good 4roora house newly papered 1119 N 12th St nt 800 months 605 Fountain Ave 4rooin cotttge front and back porches hall well shaded lot 49x150 reel nIce condition 3 grate lUre places bargain at 1COO cub4rotnhouse t t and 9 lots 40 feet wide surrounded y lots sold and selling fast at 250 each whole offer for j 2000 which is a groat bargain See I me und sot details 5rooin house on east side S 4th St between Clark and Adams tt 1800 7room house S 4th between Clark J and Adams west side sower cdunec l lions and modern conveniences at f281i0II I These are samples Ask for what you want and we can furnish It Afew more lots unsold In the Ter roll Fountain Park addition at 25t each on payments of Ui cash and t balance 5 per month These are the best monthly payment lots now tobe had about the city and will 8soonvalue in these lots than any you can get for homes For Sale Sixroom cottage on S G corner 7th and Harrison lot 57 ft 9 inches by ICC feet stable rvanti house on long easy pay mints Only liOO cash See me for details and get home In best resI- dence part of north side Chance for colored people Have half doze houses for sale at prices 500 to 1000 on very easy pcy meats Small cash and afterwards A lT the month Now la time time to get smallII places for country homes Can sell Dice lots from 5 ocr 1I up in very detilrable location near electric cars 9rpom house 5 Llocks from post oClce north side sewer Connected In best part ot cltr at 3500 of this pnly 1500 cash balance 30 month Dont forget that I have at all times plenty of money to loan on farm mortepges nt ItlxDer cent In terest ten years ti- meWMJANES ROOMSII TItimiKAItT DUl iDtad OU FbOM pYZe4M 1ich U r Speculators t andJBargain Hunters Three Pianos I Three Victor Talk ing Machines 20 different Musical Instrumentslc ses Must Close Out at Once Biggest Bargains Ever Offered in Paducah Call Quick We need our room for I Wall Paper and Picture Frames Sanderson Co Phone 1513 428 Broadwaj i SPEND YOUR VA ATIOtJ ON THE GREAT LAKES TrIUllt vb D C atenmter- amennstize ejjoyuientf nfl ltheSdV vantages vrltlcli tnprliic avmiitCtUte can provide pilMfety dndcora tout are prime CzflIdelatiOuIVVThrough Ticket mold ooll jttinU and baggage checked to destination O AC TIMETABLE MACKINAC osVsCNVUToleJo MondY1 Silurt i9 JO A IA rudys IThuttdlyl 403 P M UBttfMt MondiyifcSiiurdiyl 500 H C- WJnndzys It Fndtyi 910 A M Iour TriM per week conimencln ijlhDlncl I1twiIh illVtrfulUkrUinmkeUgIn IIIo Uo r l 4 wlK UHH I Ilu 1C and Soo IIJi fpV801 Mtrv IU piith UlUMK IU uJpwtnl WU- DCTROIT A CLEVELAND DIVISION Init Detroit daily 1090 P M- Ari Ctonlind drily 510 A M Uivi Clirtluid Oil 1015 P M Atilvt Ditiolt dtily 530 A M Ctr ItlM UlvwHIWInll Mxl CIaiai J r tag 1aI and AngutVCAT LINE 1M astv RrIe 5 1 tIoIu-a an 11 Snd two cent ittmp foe IlhatratodVPamphlet AdJttu A A BCIIANTZ On FopluJ ITMI- Wroll Mkk DRohTcLEyELADNAvcOV I 5 5 EVANSVILLE ItnLc1Ls AND CAIRO LINE- Incorpqrated EVDVhIlO and 1adutnh Iack t Dally IKzcfept Sunday Stellmmf awler and John B lopklns lekWMdUtan I Jor Erans Vllle and way iaudlugs at Ua m Special excursion rate now in ef fect from Paducah to Evansvllle and return 400 Elepant music on the boat Table unsurpassed BTKA5IK7J DWK KOWLEIl leaves Paduuah for Cairo and war landings at 8 a tu sharp dally ex cept Sunday Special excuslon raU now In effect from Paducah to CaIro and return with or without meals and room Good music and table un surpassed For further Information apply to S A Fowler General Pass Agent or GIven Fowler City Vpass Agent at FowlerCrumbaugh cos oHca Both phones No 33V2 LOUIS AND TKNNKSSKH- IllVKK IAOICKT OO UANY volt TKNNE8SKE IUVEK f STEAMER CLYDE Leave raunchVfO tennftist itTvt t Every Wodntsday at fp m W WRIGHT Mastej- EUGENK ROBINSON Clerk This company is not responsIble for invoice charges unlet collected y the clerkoYtlfo boUI tblr DRAUGHONSV PAISCAPI 3l23t Brfldwsy ud sIflYlUE ZTCollegeiln 16 Btiui POSITIONS SVcured or money RKHUNDKU amso nth BY Ib1UrauIbOIl11l l Henry Maramen Jr- 14Th t tWrIyI 11 ok Dlndlaf Bftalt Work tsga tad Llbrrry Wctkanpaclstt I lVV1a QJ I2rr I r Thc r POR moTfl rrHrn PADUOAH EVENING SUNTnunsDAY OCTOBKH 4 t C+ 4 f 4f Attractive Millinery that Appeals1CIy t s Jo lovers of- tlelbeautifulc in dresst See Us for Your New Fall or Winter Suit or Overcoat Our large stock em braces elegant styles and dependable work manship at very low prices Cash buying l and selling combined with small expenses enable us to offer you greater values than credit houses do and We are to up of all ages in at low to UB and let us at ut it will to up on in and see You of in of ut BIG TIME t t IX KaduraliM Chairman the Dig at a kl of the fire will leave for Tex to the of the International will open In the first of next week The t bIg the In the hotel with the In ago tho first to cure accommodations He said he was for a big 4 of the Dig committee by many t and the In the association and said to be the In the He has as of tho Dig for years This for fun and ute only and has liltsI at over since was t organized has a two lay oft and will be the of In after tile has of the No 4s Banking In the wlll be In t1ulIn tram Ox ojla and Uly CO 529 Broa t t r r I HARBOURS THIRD FRIDAY BARGAIN SALE TOMORROW A clearing out day 1 A sweeping sale 1 Some things at just onefourth original price much at onehalf original price- everything Iat less than regular price This sale includes many Wool Dress Goods Trimmings Linings Satins Bags Combs- Walking Skirts Goat Suits Waists Childrens Cloaks Womens Coats Mens Clothing Boys Clothing Furnishings Underwear Shoes l PIUgRS FRIDAY 5 lie at 12 12e lard 8 GOc at half 2Gc a yard 7 pleces 75c Dress at half yard2lpleces s lit balfvprlce COc yarn 3plecea 150 Dress at half J 7Dc n i 3 100 Silks halt GOc a 4 pieces GOc at halt 3 i StoreirF l c M See CRAVENETTE RAIN COATS At 750 to 1250 Dressy Elegant Y also prepared dress the boys newest and latest styles figures boys clothe them figures that will purse J smile with delight the little have give We have bargains our counters Hats Shoes and Call k suitTruuksIlibe Store That Saves Monei rs I Sale samples latest Fancy Vests about 4 4halfprice t DoT IHOORST nom IXjIMOORST IIOTKh OAUjAS WR Chief oaf Mans Committee i COlIcutlouIl t duet James Wood Padu cah department Saturday Dallas attend convention Fire Chiefs Dallas chief engaged biggest room biggest biggest bathroom Dallas several weeks member se ahead tqday that going tjmfl being chairman Mans Chief Wood Is poundo Inches InrGcst chief Is biggest flruman world served chairman Mans committee several committee Is pleas c purposes made conventions It Chief Wood geeks guest chiefs several cities convention ended Capt Jake Elliott captain department charge during Chief Woods absence I Bulbs Just Holland Dutch Hya cinths Roman Hyacinths Paper Narcissus Tulips Freesla Chinese Sacred Bulbs C L BRUNSON i tMaP t out of the just of the 1 Silks Belts Shirt DKKSS GOODS pieces 11ool Dress dooJs half price pieces Dress Gouda price Goods Goods a Goods price yard pieces taffeta at price yard Satins price our Bring your make your many bargain Shirts Suits styles association which being White u JUDGE AND CHAIR ONE RXIMXDRI on OTHFii cox TCTKU TOO lUont I At Any Hate edge Ilml Cannot Use Big Sent on Ills Bench und Gels Another 4 When the elegant furniture from the federal court room at the customhouse was removed to the county court house and placed In the circuit court room one would not have thought that Circuit Judge need would ever discard the big bench chair yet he had to and today In fiscal court a new chair was ordcro 1 for him and a committee appointed to purchase It ut once The chair sent from the postofllce has shrunk or else Judge Reed has expanded at any rate he cannot at In It comfortably and handed It down to tho coun tty judge County Judge Llghtfoot found It comfortable Democratic Handbook t The Democratic handbook for tltq 190C congressional campaign was Is sued at the headquarters inYasllf Ington yesterday The book Is rep plete with Indictments of tho acts of the present administration dealing especially with the faults of the Re publican tariff policy Gold Fish Gold Fish In all shades and sizes- a tine lot to select from Globes In all sizes C L BRUNSON CO G29 Broadway Picture framing quickly and neatly done C29 BroadwayI I butrtortoula n 25c a yard 3 pieces of slightly soiled Lin Ings at halt price 2Gc a yard BELTS AXD IlAlIS AT FRIDAY f JHlChS4lOc Bejts at Cc H ql 2BeBeHg at 10c iIriBc Belts at IGc LOc Bets at 25c f TAX HOSIKRY AT FRIDAY IRICKS WoineiCa lOo Tan Hoseat Be n pairWomens IGc Tau Hoso at 7 l2c Dfcllno Munich cpnccrn within a Fancy 7 a 7 oipnlr Whltleather nt10c a OA11K shots PRICES Instead flGO Instead 17C Instead CIIIMHIRXH RIIORg Black I COKE pOR the next 30 daysr we sell crushed coke at 9c bushel and lump Bc bushel Now the time to get your winters supply Save 50 cent in your funl bill burning coke b t PADUCAH GAS AND FUEL CO A TIP See Bradley Bros About Your Winter Supply of COALSole agents for the old reliable Cartersville washed nut and egg coa- lTelephone 339 of leer Drinking Local patriots In are de lectedat the latest statistics lug the consumption of their famous- beer their own hordes Only a few years ago they proudly pasted that te annual conaumptton per head the population was 115 gallons 10C has now sunk to tho more baga of OS gallons shrinkage pair Womens iCc Hose at l2c pair 1Childrens IGc Tun Ribbed Hose at 12c Children Black Rib bed Hose pair WOMRXS TAX AT FRIDAY At 100 of flBO At of 224 At of 300 niCK KID One lot Childrens Kid per at per is per f 111 The Je- r ntrlbuted to tho gradual spread of temperance principles to the anti beer propaganda In public schools arid to the tact that employers of labor are ceasing to give free beer to their work people London TelQ graph There Is aot1iT holler than every day helpfulness f oiW 1 Shoes In sizes B to 9 at SOc a pair WOMENS SKIRTS AT FRIDAY HAIIGAIX IRICKS At 2GO each choice of 19 Skirts that were UGO to 7BO for 2Go Choice of 14 Skirts at halt prices worth from GOO to 900 each WOMRXS WAISTS At tOe that were GOc At 2Gc that wero 100 At SOc that were 200 t At 43c that were 7Gc WOMRXS COAT SUITS t- At GOO that were 10 and 1li HOYS KXFK IANT SUITSA1At 98c that were flBO At 248 that wets ann i mss UNION SUITS At 78c that wore 1100 MKXS SUITS At 448 that were 7rO At 748 that were f 1580 At998 that were 1EOO mss AND BOYS HAMlLK HATS At 4Sc that were 100 i At 100 that were 200 At 148 that wore 300 North Third Street R- QHALFI M Boys and Children I Clothing 1 h XEVERY season brings out something attractive in the way of suits for little fellows We get the choicest novelties we can find and always aim to hold them within reach of the humblest purse We have juvenile suits for 250 300 and 350 which are made up in excellent fashionof good wearing I Imaterials For 4 5 and 6 and higher we show a very exclu sive line of noveltielfIn the Boys Department which occupies the entire west side of our second floor the same conditions exist as in the section devoted to men We show the best work of the belt boys tailors for all ages We show all that is entitled to con sideration not only in youths boys and childrens suits and overcoats but the smaller articles of wear such as furnishings hats and caps A visit will demonstrate this fact more clearly A complete showing of CiiMivns Red Brown and rol3dCk Leather Leggings 125 150k t hi Oli flTTE 5 11 if j i MEN anoBOYS 11 3 AHo BROADWAY ADUCAH KY i ubllashud 18198 t I 1M tt i It I I K dkiI DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT- on 1100 fettl conulni 2tt MRMI Ik trill eta vllck Mile t r 40 r11- fIAD ONLY AT TNI UK3 ATO Y O s Co DWITT 61 collPJNY CMt0At n nLOrli n RV DANA IUUa v if Subscribe for The Sun tQe Per WokII 44t A l n 44 I f 0 r