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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f L 1 =VOL XXI NO 109 PADUCAH RY TUESDAY EVENING MAY 71907 10 GENTS PER WEEK OFFERS OF PEACE BEING TENDERED Chief Collies Would bo Handy IMHII For Friend I So Tar He Remains Obdurate But Ills Followers lAre Urged To vBo Good f WHAT THE FAITHFUL WANT l f1 I Already there arolindications that otters of amity anj moving from the Harrison camp to the city hall In surgents and particularly to Chief or Police Collins The latter so far has manifested no symptoms of relenting but It lIs Intimated that friends of his havQ bean approached with a suggestion that they sound him IiPtl ascertain how best he may be appeased Some mighty unpleasant things were saidl about Chief Collins by the county ring during the campaign and Chief Collins has his friends as everybody knows So long as Chief Collins romaine obdurate and cold toward the head of the city ticket r his friends will stake their cue to knife ft That fswhera pie politics or the situation enters The ring has made an the capital they could by abusing Chief Coillns Now an effort wlll be made to win j tlcketoratjl the police to work for It Ho could hardly be expected to take oil 1his coat and work f6rthe ticket person nJfI1lter all that has been said under the circumstances it is freely ru mored that the Breach will be healed and Chtfef Collins will retain Jhlsl o IVii rorceunderthere over is one pn the other =hand it isfreely declared by people Tilgh in the councils oft the Harrison faction as it Is noW i known that the water will be mtvi tpolitically soliot for Chief Collins that ha Will Jump out before the- elecgsIn case he docs throw up his position illS said City clerk Henry Bailey ono of the most popular Dem ocrats In the city will bemade chief of pollqe I Mr galleys name is also assocla od with the position of marketmasle next December when hells term ex plres The next marketmaster will be a Democrat in aU probability The term begins January 1 when Baileys term as city clerk expires J1 Stewart Dicks friends are coach r Ing him for license inspector Or welghmastor 6 It IRA A POWERS MISSING f So IN About 920000 of Hb Corn panys Money New Orleans LaJ May 7 Ira A Powers former agent in thin territory for 8 Grabfelder S Co of Louisville whjskjr distillers Js missing and so is abou 20jOOQ of the com panys funds besides which a num ber of saloon men are worrying about Worthless checks which they have on hand Joseph Kern president of the company fchaa come here to unraVo the tangleandwill proceed against the boidameBt wife signed for J2 goo 5 Ii1f f TRUCK I TO CtTHAIUV J r Brcatiiltt nett R Meets Death i tt + tusIics +elioLCialit3auuc Jackson Ky 1lay7ilTrlckS Tpiu Tharp ode pf the most widely known characters of this county was shot and killed yesterday evening by Walter Muuiniiat Elkatawa in this county They had been Inn crap game when somo trouble arose Tharp was killed with his own pie 161 Mtrillns surrendered to the Jail t er this morning at was Tharp who s 1asslstod Curt Jett is breaking jall here some years age Fnwk N Frost Mrs E R Cunningham Of Coch ran Apartments rtfcelvcd a telegram this morning announcing the death of her brother Mr Prank N Frost at SandallaMo Mt Prost was edt tor of the Sandalia Leader and a very prominentmau Mrs Cunningham loft this Mora ing for Santana tp attend the fuR eraLl rnk s INlwiif Yerble tYe llHiotithsold child at k Rn BllllBfi of W02 South Sixth t fevryl and use body was taken to Co vine ton Tena for burial n 0 l WEATHER FORECAST I 6 Unsettled weather with Showersto night and probably Wednesday No decided change fn temperature tho highest temperature yesterday 70 lowest today GO MOTOR CAR ACCIDENT iuinde Hungary May 7 Two arro dead and one to dying as the result of nn American motor car plunging over a prodJ pico near hero today The Amer lean clmtilTcnr named Harvey was kllletl Instantly AH Kngllsl chauffeur died later The Hun inrlnn driver was fatally injured TITE H M P CASE Boise Idaho tiny 7 The trlillof Haywood Moyer and Pettibono oftt the Western Fetter ttoa of Miners for the alleged murder of exGovernor Stctinen berg wilt bo called tomorrow It is believed if will ben hard task to secure a Jury as only about 1000 men arc available In tho county for Jury duty- PAGMA ILL Havana May 7 Former President Palma Is Hi at Ills liomoOn n ranch near Gimnib Jtis friends are much wonieil met Ills condition ris they have rm lved no direct word fnoni tIjJ11c1h MINEltS AT WORK Feinte H q May 7A live per cent advance where 2i was demanded inhtera returned to work today They maintained their union supremacy however and secured the eight hour Jaw for every Workman KILLS SIX PEOPLE San Francisco May 7 A man not yet identified ran amuck in the Streets this morn hngJ whllo hundreds of people were on their way tot work Tho man killed six people In a mad rush and then barricaded him s BClf In a house and defied arrest for an hour He waS Hnally captured and subdued after being severely beaten COUNSEL OIJJECTS Washington May 7counselt- or Anna M1 Bradley indicted for the murder of former Sciw tor Brown of Utah at the flail Igh hotel last December will object to Justice Stafford of the lI npremo court District of Co Hmbla preshllnjl at t0 trial This IB because the Justice in a recent address before the Vcrr moot State Bar association assailed tlio defense of time 1un written law and emotional In sanltrO I j IWXAPAUTB MAY GO Washington May 7lntlma tlbn comes from a high source tliRt AttorHeyGeneral Bonn IIaito la contemplating retire latent from the cabinet It is said ho Is in had health and that time Is fear ho Mon the verge TimeofAttorney K Heral Is greatly fcMed with his position bttt earstHO stn lHBunder which he has keen Wanking 0Grain Market Cincinnati Iay 7 Wheat 4J4 corn floatll 48 Juponr FEUD MkUHenboio Kay 7 Joiin MwlMplian Howard broth ctf were killed Gcorgo and MartiNGreen Hroihcr were nrertMiy wounded IH a teit4- 1thchton Sagar hews creek lace night Tkcee faciiotts had a aiatUar flgbt a yearaith when- One man wan killed and Martin oNdI1rut Martin hntesr fa under arrevti atihli- fatheri hemp a COL BAIN SPEAKS I AT COHHENGEHE Selected by Coininiltco oi the School Board Address Will Bo Made Jiiiio 0 nt the Kentucky Theiiter New Science Club CRLtNIZPD AMONG STUDENTS Colonel George W Daln of ILex iigton the noted temperance lecturer will address the High school graduates commencement night tune 6 Ill the Kentucky theater The committee of the school hoard will report this to the board tonight at the regular meeting On commencement night the ipro gram substantially will be the salutatory by Mr Bell Nichols the address by Colonel Bain and the valedictory by Miss Acker There will be music by the orchestra and vocal solos G Class night Is June D and the lumnl reception the night of June 7thjjr reSuperintendentelect Carnagey will arrive in Paducah next week to visit the schools Science Club Interest among the High school studoptsln the various recent discoveries In scIenceMed them to organize the science club yesterday afternoon after the dismissal It Is late to or- ganlzd the club but several meetings may be holdbefore vacation and probably next year the society wall be taken up and continued Yesterday onthe organization was perfectc Professor C H Shrjeves read a paper on Agriculture The nest meeting- will bo next Monday afternoon then the members will try and have some man of the city to address them on- soma pertinent question pertaining to- 1J0me discovery fn scienc- eFOURF TRAINMEN M KILLED IN WRECK Torriblo Disaster on Baltimore l ltOhio Railroad Caused lyFjiilUre to See Flagman inn Dso Fog- S9TA i FE LLMITEI DITCHEl t I Vllellng May 7Four trainmen werO killed and eight passengers tn- Jured In a wreck of the New York- Chicago Express on the Baltimore t Ohorallroad 20 miles east ot hero this morning The wreck was caused by a heavy fog The engineer of the- passenger train falling to see a flag sentt out by a heavy freight Bolh- engines were smashed to pieces and all passenger cars overturned Allii- InJ red aro expected tb recover California Limited Holly Col May 7Tho Callfor nla limited train on the Santa Fd was wrecked 12 miles east olhere last night by spreading rails All i1lqQ poaches except tho last Pullman weroturnedover o sorter and the- baglalIemaster were injured T P A MEETING- tiVtilBe Held IIjTro May 18 PreP rations The Travelers Protective tissoclai tlcn will hold its- vention annual state con In Paducah Saturday TUay onedayeskin1 la4merJlousli by the local post to the delegates LulsvUleOwensboro- Henderson Mayfleld and Paducah will represented in the convention and 125 members are expected to at tend The election of stato officers wIll bo tbo feature of tho convention and 38 delegates to the national convention win bo elected The Convention will bo hejd in the council hall ollNorth Fourth street LyBckiag In Getwgla- AUllIlIla aa May 7 Cbarles- i4arrls colored was lynched In Mc Dn e county last nlgMThe nelno- fltaHy rtpt Hardin Pearson for whom 11rj worked out lank eronin- because i Pearson otemonatratM with aim larrecard to some work J f PREPARING FOR 1908 j rThe President No mattsr who driVel ao long as you koop him on this road J r Jamlciori in Pittsburg Dispatch INCORPORATED WAS LEFT OUT J Anti Sonic Tlirco Score Suits Have Been Eiitorcd Against Concerns atildayville By StlteollCrl c fADUOAH i TT uNiT DEFEND sYr Suits aI placedthonworrdincornot to havo loratod nfrtheiv names are being tried In circuit court at Eddyvllle They Include the Cumberland Tee phone company Remington Type writer company Ayer Lord Tie company Standard Tie company and a dozen other corporations making Iftyflve cases luaul and with penalties aggregating 2760iQ if the state wins the suits The suits were brought by Walter Krone county attorney of Lyon county C C Graasnam ropresontlng the IyerLord Tie company won the tour came against his client In circuit court at Eddyvlllo yesterday Tho county attorney endeavored to show tour different cases wherd the Ayer Lord Tie company had stationery and advertising matter without the word incorporated after its name Mr Grassham won thq cases on tho ground that the stationery in question was used exclusively between the company and its employes and r It was tho little green god orI Marie Corellla and not n bold highwayman who knocked out and robbed Fred Oswln the man found Insensible oVer liar vecka saloon 110 South Third street yesterday morning and tile little green god hit a door with Freds head JnBtoad of hitting his head with some blunt instrument Fred himself leas some hazy rccpllco tlon of events today That is he re members picking up a bottlo in the K OF Pr TO BE Another lodge Knights of Pythias will be organized in Paducah At Ko meetlpg ot Paducah lodgo las- tnightIt Vas determined tp open tho books for charter members The plhlon prevails that with two live odges competing for membership Interest and enthusiasm will be sUm ilatcd The now lodge probably will meet In the same hall as Paducah lodge Knights are especially anx ous4o stir up tho Pythian spirit in fiulHCAh because the grand lodge willl meet here the first Tuesday in Oetobrr therefore did not come within the law He will return to Kddyyllle to day to represent the Standard Tie company A penalty of JSOO is attached to every Judgment lu favor or tho stato LIMITED HELD UP Denver May 7A special front Butte Mont says the flyer the North Coast limited was held up fir teen miles cast of Butte shortly before daylight and the engineer killed COUNTY CONVENTION GILLED MAWl I Chairman W A Berry of tM county Democratic committee will call a mass convention to order Saturday afternoon May 18 at 3 oclock at tho court house when delegates wlll be elected to tho convention at lenderson May 21 to elect a railroad commissioner from this district Sixteen delegates will be elected from McCracken cgunty and mass conventions will be hold in all the 39 counties comprising the First District to elect delegates to the Henderson convention Four candidates G W tan dram ot Sniithland McD Ferguson or La Center W H Southall pf Hop insville and Lawrence Flijiior Franklin pro out for the nomlna average depth of the Atlantic Ocean Is 10000 feet ll The Little Green God Assaulted Fred QjinI- r fancyabsinthe I NEW LODGE ORGANIZED l r NortheruPacinc FOR simultaneously Lionrho saloOn Sunday night and drlnUlng a large quantity The rather depleted condition of tho absinthe bottlo Is si- lentl1 witness to the quantity drank Absinthe Is a powerful cordial and a tow drops in a drink Is about all tho average man wants Fred Is lucky to be alive It seems that Stipda was the first time Fred hadever car ried the keys toa barroom Sunday night was the first time he Lad ever groped for a drink in the dark As for the robber E J Harveck now remembers Fred handed him the 360 Sunday mornlug Owln canto here homeless penniless and friendless a few years ago He worked around u boarding house He had lost hla wife and served in the English and Amer Ican armies Dad luck attended him everywhere He fell heir to aboutt J2000 In England When he wont to claim it he fell In with thieves In Philadelphia and oven lost his cloth ing He proceeded to Oklahoma with the 2000 and Invested Iinn quarter section of hot air Then ho came back toPaducah and drank some ab afntho YOUNG COUPLB OF BOAZ- 3LVimV AT METBOPOLlr Metropolis Ill May 78poolal- Cfiarle Schmidt and Leths Me Neal bptk of Boaz Kyr WMN p rrfod here by Squire Lliitfttt hr fill re eld4 lla P duck I fII DRAGGED TO DEATH ALONG HIGHWAY Body of John Korto Found Lying in Road FJICO Down wa Twelve Miles Above Brook port Yesterday t tJ Ji t- I7ATlIBrt IS WEMi KNOX ILEIIE rII t tote polls IliI I r7 Specal Flailing front his horse In a sudden attack of Illness John Korte 32 years old rin invalid was dragged fifteen feet taco downward night before last in the highway near his home 12 miles north of Brookpo and his deal body was found yesterday morning Coroner Wallace or thIs city held an Inquest Tho dead man was tho son of Chris Korte who is well known In Paducah The funeral will take place from the ram ity residence tomorrow morning at 9 oclock The body was found about 830 oclock yesterday morning ONE BRIDGE WASHES AWAY Frame Structure on Totter Shop Jtoau Is Lost The heavy rains of the past sov- oral days havo done the roads 1In cCrackcn county little damage 1I thought that several small wooden bridges had boon washed away but after an inspection of those I toarod I find all safe County Road Supervisor Bert Johnson said Only one bridge washed away This was three miles from Paducah on tl10- Potter Shop road and will amount- to practically nothing in expense to- the county Inn Maclaren Is Dead Burlington la May 7Dr John Watson Ian Maclaren died nt Mount Pleasant la at 1115 a Jl- 1today Tho cause wits blood poison lug the result of tonsolltls He was taken ill at Mount Pleasant April 2E DECORATION DAY AT BROOKPORT Brookport JH May 7 = Special Brookport GA R veterans and- tho Red Men will observe Memorial day Jointly May 30 on which occas- Ion the usual parade will form wllh- band and march to the cemetery where graves will be decorated Mayor E Baugh will lead the serv- Icos He will also deliver the annual nietnorlal address at tho Christian church that night On the Sunday preceding tholRev W A Sponce pastor Of the Baptist church at Metropolis will be Invited to preach the momorlat sermon to the veterans aud- RM Mel at the Chrl tln church I CAPTAIN iFARLE FOR TREASURER I IHe Says Ho is in the JHanJs of His Friends55ti Pcipuhv and InfluenllnlIkprihlicau- is 1ut Forth Jly Western Kentuckya AND1DATES FOR JAILER rPaducah probably will bo repre seated on the Republican state tlqket Capt Ed Farley one of the Bjauncli= eat and most Influential Republicans In western Kentucky has tentatively s- consbnted to allow his 1 hen louse 1 his name in connection nh the or Lice of state treasurer iIfidentallyi ilie stated this morning thaT nder no circumstances would he be a pandl date for mayor When asked if he would make the race for stato treasurer daptain Far ley saidlam not actively seeking any 6f flee but in response to numerous Inquiries from my friends over tho state I have told them in substance that I am in their hands if they think this section should be repre sonted on the ticket and that I will add nay strength to the ticket either by reason of my location or for other reasons i am always ready to ns sumo the part assigned to me for the- good of the party- I do not mind saying that I havo received several letters recently from friends in different parts of the state asking mo to run for t state f treasurer and after considering them and the reasons thoy advance Ido not fool that I can positivelydotcllnotho honor although I hVOtlOl- Ieslre for tho office CaptalpFarlewill I allow the use of my name In connectfo i with tho office ofp mayor or Paducah For City Jailer Wr John Dunaway has announced his candidacy for tho nepUbllcar nom Inatlon for city Jailer subject to any action the party may take Mr Dun- laway Is very well known For years he has been connected with some pf nnl1Itwo i by Sun IMr George Andrecht John James and b A Meacham aro also prominently mentioned j Horace Marvin Starved Dover Del May 7 That little Horace lMarvin died from exposure in a marsh a little more than a quarter or a mile from the home of his fath er was almost conclusively established by the autopsy held on the body yesterday Hunger of course added to tho sufferings of the lad and perhaps starvation had something to do- with tho death but this Is not so conclusively shown I i Will Adjourn Saturday Springfield HI May 7 Illinois legislature started on a racedgatnstt- ime at 3 oclock this afterninwhen the lawmakers reconvened for what will1 probably be the closing week oC the session The windup has been sot for midnight of Saturday which pro- badly will moan about when tile sun Is Jalng Sunday morning Frisco Is All Closed Up San Francisco May 7The labor situation In San Francisco today- showed no change from yesterday- Street cars are not running The telephone service is badly crippled thousands of iron workers aro still- hodlng out for an eight hour day and nearly all big laundries are idle MOHI3 3OIX STHIKK r ChlciiKOMay 7Tea thousand hol carriers mid building labor ers today Joined the strike of bricklayers 10 To 7 On OBrien Los Angeles May 7 Today- wound up the hard preliminary work for Philadelphia Jack OBrien lndt- Tommr Burns who will meet Wednesday night for tho heavy weight championship of tho world Betting oddsi remain about 10 to 7 on OBrienWashington May 7William O Ricoi a telegraph operator shot null- killed n his wife todayt and wooiWod his young son Earl He then clam- mUted suicide J P e- TIy TtL1 1JI E DandelionA SAFR AM SrilB SPECIFIC FOR IUIKUMAT18M Guaranteed under Pure Food and Drags Act Juno 30 1905 Serial 3B17 I Rheumatism for the post part attacks the sinews and muscles of the foody Thoreforq the Joints the muscle casings and heart valves Buffer most Like gout this disease la caused by an excess of uric acid or blood poison In the system Rheumatic pains sometimes change their location wander from one part of the Lady to another and visit various Joints In tosuccIQa The nature of this painful disease Is still a matter of opinion but certain remedies have been discovered that produce 1mmedia to arid lasting relief and many times a permanent cure Probably the most Important discovery made In this connection Is the famous prescription from which Dft Edwards Compound Dandelion Tablets are prepared Thous ands of people have used this wonderful remedy tor rheUmatism and are now wen and happy It will pay you to get a box today 501tlb1nil Druggists 25c Schcnck Chemical Company Manufacturers SIISO Franklin Street New York and Look for this Signature n MTiinnsos Druggist In Indticnli Ky attest to J You dont mind what you pay fora thing if the quality warrants it Toke a Hanftu or Stetson shoo at 5 tlj wont their equal in value or comfortable fit or snappy style anywhere show the popular lasts of season in patent leathers gunmetal fans COCHRAN405 aUXIC STAB DERBY WJXM31- IJKFOUE NOTABLE CROWD Churchill Downs May 7Tho thirtythird Kentucky Derby was run and before ono of the greatest gatherings that ever witnessed tho oldest classic of the American turf It was a nassemblago that will be chronicled In history of Taco Including as It Mr and Mrs +Nicholas Longworth Hon Jul ius Fleischmann former mayor of J 4 t EOT beautifying yards and estimates on lower beds weI will call and see you Phone t Schmaus ofjjQwersand Bros for the largest Free delivery to any part of the cityI SCHMAUS BROS r Both Phones 192 A IIANAN SHOE WILL OUT YEAR ANY SHOE MADE Every man who has ever worn ono will that fact15and6ilaaanOxfordsfactS5 and and you find We all the and SHOE CO Broadway won the the did the FLOWERSyour Cincinnati Gov Bcckham and other notables The finish was Pink Star Minder J Hal Wood ford Zal D Boland William Qerst Ovoland Nicol Martin Doyle Do you own a house or li lot within a mdhiR of five blocks of the post office If you have n good brick house in desirable location and worth 0000 We can sell It Wo have n cusp tojncr waiting now Both Ihones 1U7 U C llolljns Trueheart Build Itig Il In Tooting n London suburb are two villas side by side One Is named Iodine and the other Ar nlca We can sell your house on Jet J I ferson street We hntd ni custOiiier for flvc or six room Iiouso east of Eighteenth on Jefferson Will pay 3300 to 1000 H O Kolllns teal Estate and Rentals Trueheart plug Both hones 1sT AmericanGerman National Bank s Capital ft 23000000 Surplus and undivided profits 1 10000000 Stockholders liability 23000000 Total 50000000 Total resources 085153 3 DIRECTORS W F Btwlslmw of Dradshaw Bradslmw Attorneys J A Bauer VhqIesalo Pottery Louis F Kolb of Kolb Bros 8 Co AVliolesalo Drugs n A Fetter of n A Petter Supply Co Boat Supplies C F Illeke of C II Rleko 8 SonsAVliolesale Dry Goods Muscoo Burnett Supt 8 Treas mad Writer Co OEO C THOMPSON President T J ATKINS Vice President ED L ATinXS Cashier r n v r foray Times And Jack Beam1 Is notbottled just as soon as iit attains the required four years of age but it enjoys the fulleight year bonded period and is not bottled until it is eight years old Watch the stampit protectsy- ouWWWWWJ I ASSAULTED HIM AFTBIBEAiIHG William EHcles Prefers Clmrfce+ AgainstMivEgHH Says Illinois Central Man Abused JIliu Because of Coiiiplaliit Against the Jlallroad LATTER HAS XOTIHJfG TO SAY The Louisville Courier Journa says In the way of ajequelitotho two days hearing of Judge Judjbtfi C Clements of the Interstate c6mmerce commission of complaints of alleged discrimination on the part of the Il linois Central railroad in tho supply- Ing of cars to coal operators In west ern Kentuckycoraes less than a week after the adjournment of the hear ing another complaint from William Eades president Of tho Hillside Coall company and who was chief plain tilt In the former Inquisition Not only does he complain of further Alleged discrimination on the part of the railroad but makes strong charm Cs against A ll Egan superintendent of the Louisville division of the Illinois Central alleging abuse ot himself by Mr Egan and personal V- Iolence offered by Mr Egan toW W Jenkins of Sturgls vhowas a wit ness at tho recent hearing He charges that Superintendent Egan on the afternoon the hearing before the interstate commerce coin mission closed met him in the Sev enth street station and cursed and abused him anti tjilllnt Jtjiathe need not ask for any favors for ijib would not get them Ho also speaks of Superintendent Egan striking some one on the same evening In his complaint to tho Kentucky Hall road commission He urges that ho be afforded some relief from tho discrimination as practiced against hisI mine by the Illinois Central Goes To Interstate Commission The letter of complaint from Mr Eades to the Kentucky Railroad commission has been sent by Chairman C C McChord to Edward A Moseley secretary of the Interstate commerce commission at Washington D C- Thocggtpiaint In full follows 1907HonrCroad Commission Louisville Ky Dear Sir i regret the neceasltyo f again calling on you for relief In the matter of discrimination as practic ed against me by the Illinois Central railroad in the car service We have orders for all the coal wet can produce and run the mines every day and have only been furnish oApr1lf t part loaded waiting for other ears to be placed so that we can load themI out Cars ne scarce but our neighbor mines are working some of them al most every day for the past week b two while wo have only got to loa I three cars In the past eight days I am sure they are trying to put me outof business and unless Ica get some immediate relief they will1 THE GIIEAT SCIENTISTI r Arrives With Ills Instructors They Say They Will Prove Jill Thatt Hasliecn Told Tho Root Juice scientist and ht wife are plain practical people and t seem to have the interest of humani ty at heart No ono can meet the without liking them While they tellI of many great things Root Juice Ina dono they never make a statement t without proving It Tile scientist said I was very glad to come to Paducah and earnestly hope ttyatt Root Juice will make as many cures hare as elsewhere However I fear tho supply will run short a3 the de mand for the Juice Is so great that it Is hard to fill all orders Often people will get a bottle arid after taking a few doses Improvement is so greatt they will come back to tjjo drug storet to get more But have to go away dlsappolntcdbccauso nil was sold andI the stock could pot be replenished for several days on account of rush orders nt the labaratory Root Juice IsI sold for UOOIi bottle or three for 250 It would be advisable to takeI the 2GCif worth as tho Alvey List drug people will return every cent 1If the Juice does not benefit from theI very start It eliminates poisons from the blood by creating n healthy action of the liver and kidneys It creates a good appetite and causesI tho food to bo digested It givest health and strength to weak nervous people mid relieves many troubles by removing a few causes Commenc- Ing at 3 oclock this a m at Alviy Lists drug store the Root Juice peo plo will be pleased to show the won derful Juice ro All that call and givet I a free dose to those who wish to te- altsrjperlt t 0 be successful as the discrimination has been practiced against me for more than a year and since I have appealed to the state commission and testified before the Interstate com merce commission It It worse thanI over jCJyptt remember after I testified before the commission last Saturday Mr A H Egan superintendent of thl3AJlviorior the Illinois Central raliritat l waatput on the stand and most of his testimony was Intended to make as bad an impression against me personallyand my tracks as possible and to do that he made quite a number of statements that wero not trUe and not being satisfied with what he htrtl said on the witness stand he met me at the depot and abused me there In the hall of the Illinois Central depot In the presence of one or tnoroladles V He said r Eades you dont never asVme torn y favors for you youwoatt get them you ire d f you by your own people and you are not honorable you you ate dishonorable I dont want to hit you now And somooth or words that I dont remember now and realizing that I was In their de pot or building I walked off and left him talking I was informed by Mr Riker of tie Nest Kentucky Coal company after getting aboard the train that air Eganhad also cursed him that evening and I have since heard that be hail a fight or hit some other coal operator that evening This matter has grown In a bust ness way tobe very serious with me and I think IIt is within the scope of your Jurisdiction or that of the In torstato commerce commission fo af ford me some relief and I ask that you take some action In any way you think best to protect my business as my men are not getting enpugh work to provide provision for their families and are leaving me and the expense of maintenance etc of my mime a ld plant will soon bankrupt me unleBlfiojfe Is relief given atonce Hoping ypu can give this matter your Immediate attention and that I will hear something favorable from you soon r remain sours very truly WILLIAM EADES Tho Alleged Assault Mr Eades who lives In Paducah overtho long distance telephone yesterday said that he had made a com plaint to the Kentucky Railroad com mission again against the Illinois Central and would stand by what hO- said Jnvhls complaint He said that Superintendent A II Egan cursed him InI the Station In this city as ho was TeaVlng for hls home and said that before that Superintendent Egan had assaulted4LwN Jenkins of the West Kentucky CJSal cotopaay In the dining room of fliij Old Inn AV W Jenkins was called over th long distance telephoneat hii home in sturgis Ky yesterday afternoon and said that he was struck la the face by Superintendent A H Egan In the Old Inn dining room on the even frig that the JInterstate commerce commission clos 1rats sitting In Lou ink I Il lie field that the difficulty was the result of the hearing before the Interstate commerce commission Superintendent A JI Egan when asked last night fin Regard to the anrndstatement to inako in regard to the affair complainnt had been fjled by William Eadei 1with the JhontltckjRailroadt com ls1- i slonva repqrtet sked Chairman Mci Chard for a copy bf it which ho fur nlahed Chairman McOhord said lie had sent the complalnt to Washing tton and he did not know what steps he would take In the matter He will likely make some Inquiry as to Just what power the commission has In I witnesses Washmington tonight when the matter witii comsmerce commission He will be accom panted by several Louisville men In terested in the complaint flied over businesstmen I LI BASEBALL NEWS dotal Lcagae Now vYftrkJlIIY 7 National league games wareJill postponed on account oflain Aairrlcatt hcaKnc Only onefAmercan League n HEChicago Iihr i 59 2 Cleveland ii A i lJ 13 7 1 DatterlqsSmlh and Sullivan Llebhardt Bergernnd Clark AUlerl atAIIsocl tloR Kansas Cltytoijfsyliiei rain no game if i Milwaukee lM v + C Indianapolis Si tlIfnMlnnoappolls J j 2 Toledo jj 8 Hf 1 About the tlrajr fflalJ gets used tto hmsolf tho undertaker gets busy with him 1 t 91 S- a ImpressTHIS Oirtbur MindThere of Corn Flakes ndiis the genuine the other 14 are mere upshots worthless imitations placed on the market in less thana year t The intention of the imitator is to confuse yoU by copying the name and package ftQe original Itistheii business to profit by the wonder ful demand for Corn Flakes which Was created by thedelicious flavor oi the C l GENUJNE2 V17CTOASTED Jsheproductf is known only to the makers And it cannot be copied MUltl VVS NEW ICB PLA T WILL SOON nBlSUKOTED LSpecialeMurray Is to have a now leo plant of six tons capacity The work In already last progressingand the plant will bo operating In a short time T B Wright formerly of Daniel DOe Loon Editor of the Peopleos Renowned thinker and debater will champion labors pause in ft lec turn at the County Court House Tuesday Night May 7 At S oc4i k Alll worliersand sympatliizers nrd earnestly requested to at tend V Merit in Eye GlassesI- n olden times tradesmen stood at their shop doers and cried their wares In these modern tipes its merit that brings success Thats the reason wo have i been so succcesfnl EYES EXAMINED FREEST i IFEID OPTICAL CO- MK Hwdfttrliri tl hiuuti BOB tRtIDWAY 1 ti That is wliy WP want to impress upontt your mind the important of the signature of Jkl itjrys taJJJears only on the- ptckugeof the genuine Look for jt when + dt1buyrt is your absolute guiderin getting tlie right Corn Flakes the only one With a realVflavorv vV v At all Gropers vf A large pickaigelpc Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Coj 7 Battle Creek Mich tho JJurray Ledger and oxPostmas ter K Robinson are pcoiiriotors ot tho now concern i Wh UhcJhn f1t1yns When Senator Hoar learned thptn friend who they thojight had append dlcltls was Jn reality suffering front acute Indigestion he smiled genially ReallyL said he thatsgood news I rejoice for my Iriend that the trwur ble lied IIn the table of contents Yathi ervtliaa in the appendix f JiilpplncottsA s- Tile Jl old man was oblnn thous 3MP Yes his three sonsare all cl JtOrsI tiLouisvItlo t CdurlcrJour InIl1 J i Usually a w3tganofpncert1ln ago remains ftt a fertaln age tor longtime II r NBBD LwUMBRR j Buy your Ltfrriber shlShingles and Mouldjngg from I l The Eooks =Acree Lumber Co s and save your money for it is not the money you make but the money you save that counts Beth Phones 1276 tenth and Monroe Sis Good Health in the Home 1 fdepend largely on its sanitaryequpmenL fpu should eexceedingly careful tQ haveathe bathroom iis thoroughly modern ant t t j is possible to malceitt t T We can soivethe plumbing question for you by havingpur ikijledi plumbers installiti i JWekKfinHf Porcelain EnameledPJumbing i i Fixtures A ftMkfattr Modern Dath room will add a wealth op health toyour i home and will increase its telling Value as weir Estimates cheermllyfurnished LSD Hannan I 0 Ik ACCIDENT INSURANCE t ABRAM L1 WElL CO Ajtnt for Travelers Insurance Co j F31ggwt and Q1c1mt tOffiot Pb nM M9 I lesidence Pheaei 726 I P mpb U Building Pgduc h CIV- i n 1 s rfl 1 U c n o t1sJAX MAX 7t1wA1MJCA1 EVENKI t1 1t rnaII THREK it Home In Paducah is Complete I Without a i t s c Copyi of The tr un tOe aWeek lA JziGiJJF71f 1t F a HUMMEL BROS Fire and Accid- entINSURANCE Tolcllhouo27U I The RoofF- or durability beauty lOll satisfaction should be Slate or Tin Shingles For estimates will on- tU R Davis BroI Phone 207E 4P r I r J tr Why Not Use JAP AzLAC On Your Old Furniture Makes it Look Like NewGet it at HANK 4 DAVIS Old Phone Glom Irr r f 1 Up= to=Date- Picture Framingi Sanderson 4 Co Phone 1013 r h tk o A e THE DOLLAR STORE 1 j Makes it easy to put handsome new furniture L 11n the oll uDollar down dollar a week litjj opens an account l v COnj 1 Furniture Carpets Draperiesy e 1K sI Ii n I ON TOP E D Hannan Plumber Steam Fitter Sanitary Expert Both Phones 201 City Transfer Co C L VanMeter Manager Large moving vans Competent men Satisfactioni guaranteed Phone 499 F SMOKE CigarAll Style oio 4 ru= J Ii WolffsJewelryStoret a Shows the largest asfort mentin Paducah r j1 AVIIKN YOU CW3AN HOUSE You will want your carPets clean ed and well scan d too Dont hire a man with a broomstick to do the work ho will peat the very life out of your carpet and pven then It wont bo tfean Our new rotary carpet cleaner takes every partlcloof dust Out of the carpet and makes It fresh and bright as 1 yccin l 21 and let ua tell you about JU NKW CITY LAUNDUV AND CAUlIOT CfjKAMXGAVOKKS- Phoiuj 121 114110 UJeuadway Hank Bros 218 Broadway Screen Doors RefrigeratorsFreezers Rid Your Home of Those Mean Filt- hyROACHES Kamleiterthe Grocer has the goods that will do the work Tasteful Wall PaperingAnd DecoratingSANDERSON Phone 1513 I f ff7 vr 1 Mechanics and Farmers Savings Basklr Pays 4 per cent interest on deposits 1 STARTS IT e Hmmel Bros PlateGlass INSURANCETelephone SHERRILL = RUSSELL LUMBER CO Inc B Both Phones 295 Eleventh and Tennessee Sts Manufacturers Dealers Building Material of All Kinds Wholesale and Retail 1 V S- V 7 iiPAGJi POUR roam PADXJOABi EVENING i SUN TUESDAY MAY ro I TCbc JDabucab Suit j AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY IT TilE SUN IUSLISfIKIC0 INCORPORATED F JL FISHIER President I J PAXTON General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES Entered at the p atoUice at Paducah Ky as second class matter TUB DAILY SUN By Carrier per week 10 By mall per month in advance 25 By mall per year In advance4260 TUB WEEKLY SUN For year by mall postage pald1OO I Address TUB SUN Paducah Ky Office 115 South Third Phone168New Payne Young Chicago and York representatives THE SUN can be found at the follow lag places H D Clements Co f Van Culln Bro tI i Palmer House J i Wllhelmsi TUESDAY MAY 7 CniCULATION STATEMENT April 1007 April 13895 April 163910A- pril I23900 April 173906A- pril 33897 April 183908 April 43993 Aprll193905 April 638 3 April 2 03935 April G389a April 223987 I April 83900 Aprll233896 April 93941 April 244097- April 1U39b9 April 2541H5 April 11 3940 Aprll264H9 April 123965 April 274125 Apr11134012 Aprll294155 April 153910 April304132 Total 1 103237 Average for April 1906 4018 Average for April IftOT 3971 iLs 47 Personally appeared before me this May 1 1907 E J Paxton gen eral manager of Tho Sun who af firms that tho above statement of the circulation of Tho Sun for tho month of April 1907 Is true to tho best of his knowledge and belief PETERi PURYEAR i Notary Public My commission expires January 22 IMS Dully Thought This worlds no blot for us Nor blank It means Intensely and means good To find Its meaning Is my meat and drink Robert Browning TAFT AND HIS FRIENDS Secretary of War William Taft 18 in need of being rescued from his friends They some of them are willing to Jeopardize party interest party harmony and party prospects In an effort to saddle on local organ izations tho burden of his candidacy beforo tho occasion arises In doing this they are bringing his name into disrepute as a dlsorganizer and subjecting him to criticism which ho does not deserve Secretary Taft I would make an exceedingly strong candidate for tho presidency but let n us do ono thing at a time and in or dor We aro not considering a pros idential race Just now but a guber I natorial race Tho Loulsvlllo Evening Post which has but recently shaken off its Democratic tics and declares it I self free from tho yoke of party affiliation IB behind a movement In Louisville to socuro for Secretary Taft the Indorsement of tho state convention That Is wrong and tho Louisville Post has not now and never had at 1 hpart ho interest of the Republican party It has not oven at heart the welfare of the charactqtIstlcfaith to tho Taft candidacy hoping thereby If luck Id with him to be father to a movement that will put the paper at the head of tho local Republican organization as Up organ and place tho editor In command ing position under tho national ad ministration Secretary Taft has a strong fol lowing In Kentucky and the national administration Is as popular as ever The latter will bo indorsed by the state convention heartily and unan imously but not Secretary Taft as a presidential candidate nor any other man There may be Republicans in Kentucky who prefer Fairbanks for president or Root or ono of a half dozen other favorite sons They have Just as much right to their choice as have the Taft men and the Taft mon have no right to go Into a state convention called for the sole purpose of nominating candidates for state office and representing no bodys sentiments but their aura as to the presidential choice and cram a Taft resolution down tho throats of the other delegates Let the presidency alone and let us all unite in choosing a winning ticket for next fall That will aid I us In making our demands far a voice In tho selection of tho next- president of some force Friends of Secretary Taft YicePretd at Fair l a u j banks Secretary IRpot speaker Can non and Governor Hughes should all bo working to elect the governor and no one should consider the can didacy of any one man for tho presidency l of the United States worth tho sacrifice of the whole party in a atato as doubtful as Kentucky is this year o GOVERNOR HUGHES Looming up as a presidential possibility is a trite phrase but it suits the personality of Governor Hughes of Now York to aflT It would not bo strango if after the strenuous administration of Preol dent Roosevelt an exhausted cont stituency should turn with delight to the contemplation of tho quiet figure of Mr Hughes in tho white house And see how Hughes political enemies in row York aro forcing him into public notice They did the same thing with Roosevelt nominated him for vicoprosidentto oust him from Albany which they now regret They will havo even more regrot In regard to Hughes Wo do not share the Chicago Tribunes estimate of him as a well intentioned nonentity If loft alone Hughes works quietly and consistently even doggedly but ho never was a non entity Ho Is not so effervescent as our popular president He has bet ter selfcontrol He has no idlosyn cracles no vanities Apparently he is pleased and satisfied with the con templation of a task well performed Ho made no display of his work In tho Insurance investigations He gave out no Interviews He made no boast HIs work was even characterized more by moderation than enthusi asm It was well done It was vig orously prosecuted When he fin ished with tho insurance companies there was nothing let for them but to reorganize and do rIght There Hughes rested The spoil of it all did not throw him off his balance He stopped when his task was fin ished and Justice had been done Ho made no effort to be nominated for governor of Now York It was Just the logical consequence of his work He made possibly too little effort to be elected As executive ho has had a scrupulous regard for ex ecutive and legislative responsibility He has not used the patronago of Ills office to Influence legislation Tho result has been a temporary de feat for him In his effort tO removed corrupt insurance commissioner but who can say his policy is not right Tho unfitness of the commis sioner has boon made platn by the governor Tho responsibility for his retention is clearly resting on the leaders of the legislature Their own corruption has boon exposed Maybe Hughes quiet temperate relent loss methods aro inexorable and as compelling in tho long run as the more exhilarating political exhibi tions to which we have become cuBtomed aeI There Is no harm in placing re sponsibility whore It bolongs What evor tho ultimate outcome the Now York political tricksters find It Is folly to try to trick an honest man o We cant withhold pity from the follow who has no social position and Is afraid he will lose It Chicago had a cleanup day yes terday All the schools dismissed and 250000 children Joined in the crusade against dirt Streets alleys yards parks and courts were swept and last night Chicago was hidden under tho blaze of bonfires There are some things even in Chicago worthy of emulation We should be a trifle afraid personally to tackle some of Paducahs alleys If the board of public works foals that It has no money to burn disinfecting alloys one of our civic organfzatlpns might institute a cleaning up day and we could burn some of the trash 6 o While his parents carried away by the dramatic possibilities of the sit uationt Had hired detectives scouring the country In search of his supposed abductors little Horace Marvin qt Dover Delaware lay in a cold swamp until he slowly starved to death a few rods from his home If they had Just considered of the natural thcorj to account for the lads absence but what might have been Is acru el subject IN HUMOROUS VEIN Love makes the heaviest load seem light Dont borrow trouble If you have the borrowing habit borrow money Girl to crying little brother Arent you aohamed of yourself Dick Bobble says he has already given you two bltos DlckBut Its my applelLilo- By the way remarked Brag Icy in an effort to make boss Kute Jealous I was alone for quite a while last evening with one whom I admire Very much AhP replied Miss Kute alone wore youV Philadelphia Prm + M N 4 AUDITORIUM I MAY DE FEATURE OP TimEB LINKS BUILDING Odd Fellows Employ A L Lassiter To Prepare Plans For Itemed cling Structure Last night a committee appointed from the Odd Fellows lodgo formally signed Ul1li contract with Architect tA L Lassiter to drawplansfor the reconstruction of the Longfellow school at Fifth street and Kentucky avenue to bb known as tho Three Links building There Is some doubt as to just how the building will be remodeled We have been requested to consider an auditorium and will embody this In our instructions to the architect Mr Peter Deckenbach a member of the committee stated this morning Wo have met a nun bor of prospective omco tenants and are sure wo will have no trouble In disposing of every office for which we arrange In the new building HOTEL ARRIVALS Palmerji B Brock Greenfield Tenn J R Nelson Cincinnati D E Penick Union City Tenn W H Euler Uouisvllle Z T Pope India I napolis 9 JI Green Nashville S B Levy Atlanta W G Orr St MemphisiANew York C G Beale Kvantvlllo A S AVarnlck Columbus 0- BolvoderoRI M Mounco Brook port A V Balsdon Atlanta G H Smalloy Chicago 1 C M Carney Clii clnnatl J p Hanlon Indianapolis S L Links Louisville A J Ransom Buffalo L Stranger Cincinnati I New Richmond J F Heath Birmingham Chris Haralambe Mem phis J B Williams Burdette H B Mitchell Golcdnda Ill Joseph Frankol Louisville Mrs James Walker Mound City J B iNewburch iKonnett r oJ R Covlngton Me troPolls j W Davis Brookport 8 L Dale Kevll W B Fort firming ham R M Longworth Memphis St Nicholas Mrs R Orm Car torvllle 111 E F Holmes Render son E L Parker Ho well R A Ad ama Clay JlhnC Griffin bycuf burg Silas Manus Dycusburg Hob Trousdall Paris Lester bead Paris Charles Pomber Symsonta R S Schisler Emporia Va J JIsiunaiii Metropolis W 0 Quinn Johnston City 111IThe coal yield or Great Britain Is now about 23i6000OOK1 tons a year MEXICOS MOIHEIl Parent of President plea Dies From laeUiMfhI Attack City of Mexico May 7 Mrs Au gustine Cftstello ire Romero Ruble the mother ciMrs Diaz wife of the president of this republic died to night after an Illness of but a few hours President Diaz and Mrs Diaz and numerous relative were at the bedside when the end came Death was duo to pneumonia She played a prominent past In the political history of the repuhllcandl was lloved by all1 1 classesI h Thejmouralngbver her sudden tak ing oil is universall A n TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION Human arid Ho vino pauses Considered at Washington Washington May 7 Tuberculosis Infection from bovine and other germs versus Infection through hu man germs was discussed at length today At the meeting of the national association for the study and proven lion of tuberculosis In third annual session hero The question was not settled and the proposition was mooted of appointing a committee tto continue ttheir study of that subject Several papers wore read and a gen eral discussion followed eachI mentions Arc Broken Off Washington May 7 Although telegraph wires have not brought to Washington the actual news of the severance of diplomatic relations of Guatemala and Mexico officials hero have no doubt that Mexico took the action today that willl result in giving to the Guatemalan minister In Mexico passports for his withdrawal l The Mexican minister In Guatemala Is now preparing to Toturn home i FOUR nop i HOUSE WANTED We arc trying to satisfy one of our clients with a four room cottage Jn good neighborhood and within a reasonable distance of I C shops Will pay 1000 to 1800 cash Telephone Holllns I JJainbcrg Real Estate and Rentals Truchcatt Building Both Phones 127 Every day new people are corning I Into the city many of them to establish homes here They have no prejudice about stores Tt1 1get their first Impressions from the ads lSo that therojls nq flay OK which it Is not important to advertise effec tively ril IlII The tenderest thlnln the world Is a womans hand whcnt 1t caresses But when It hs a grip on a mans halrrwell thats another story Chicago News lore Samna is Our 1 BOY=PROQF SUIT It is boyproof It is rain proof It isr mothproof Its seams are reinforced and then doubly rein forced again its buttons wont come off So much ffor its boyproof qualities As for style it is made up in the prevailing new fashions f for boys aged 8 to 11Q andcomes in the prettiest shades and patterns we have seen in years Sounds expensive But it isnt Its a spit we callan ex tra value for 350 The boy will like it tOOjj r tJ JI to RoAL 1 BAKIN6lJlREII r- r C Made from pure grape cream of tartar and absolutely free from lime J alum and ammonia ROYAL BAKING IKJWOCn CO NEVI YORK in lsarir ia i tsModern Squaws V Leslloa Veekly If the woman of the Twentieth century Js going to give the greater part of her waking hours to U necessary care of her body she sinks to the level of the Indian squawswho wore the pets of the great chiefs hun dreds of years ago The squaws were oiled and painted and overhung with sharks teeth and wampum they had rings on their fingers ant bells On their toes What reaT differences are there between those fine ladles of today And yet there echo In the ears of the modern woman tho cry of the tenement souse the cry of thQ child laborer the cry of all the press Ing unsolved problems of the home and of tho worldthe cry of her own Immortal soul too while she daw Ales over her Billy face and grimaces before a mirror The squaw was the nobler woman of the two At least she lived up to her lights The whole beautification enterprise Is delusive The woman who scrupu lously regards neatness who observes the laws of health who does the duty of each day as though It might be her last and then gives her best efforts to making her world better and happier without much considering her own complexion Tthat woman Is not only admirable for her character but she Is also likely to bo far better looking than her helaced overdressed powdered rouged created massaged and overmanipulated sister She Couldnt Help It Ono of the brightest and nicest lit tIe patlewts in the surgical ward of one of the city hospjtals lay on her bed moantog with pain says the Boston Post She Lad Just como to con sciousness after a slight operation and though only 5 years old was ex hibiting heroic nerve Yet uhe couldnt keep from occa sional low cries escaping foer She was the sort of child who bates above all things to givo trouble and when one of the nurses stopped beforeher and as she thought looked a bit re Proachful drown at her She explained between the paroxylstns with a pitiful little smile X Oh Miss JDlthtI cant helpit I cant help ill Im not Used to oper ations YOU DONT HAVE TO WAIT Every dose makes Joe celbcttcr LMFOS keeps your whole Isstdes rIght Sold on the moneyback plan everywnere Frioe 80 cents What wont a than do fora woman when hes in love with her Yes but what wont a woman do to a man when hes In lovo with her Chicago Journal I To Jio willing to bo saved alone is to bo iost I SPRING FEVER DAYS How To Avoid tlio Lazy Feelings That Como With SBldiVarmS- Veather Spring foyer days are here The cpmewith the advent pf warm weather and stay until frost with some people V Spring fever is not cpnfined to this vicinity only Every locality bus Ittbn degrCi- Appreclate4 right It Js a Godsend shouldputsummer the hardest season of tp0 year The liver the stomach the bowels and the kldneysthe skin and blood every organ and function needs attention Juat as a locopibtive does at the end of A run tal i1- nIdredmuesaUd the people who ap are our healthiest Osteopathy Istheane natural treatment In all conditions of stom ach liver bowel kidney skin and otlanY1Uthe dry hot air treatment where indicated the osteopathic treatment la Ian assured and permanent cure I should like to talk to you at any flmeabout the treatment ior your self or any member ot your family and the best testimonials lean offer you of tho treatment are tho commendations of Paducahpobple Wkoap you know well who have taken tits treatmentSEspecially is Osteopathy a rational treatment of ailments peculiar to children fhoae meat 1407 or call at mj ofHce upstairs 518 Broadway MM I skill MPleali4ldto MlrUw with vn US O B FHO40 n TO ilBVERSB IlULlKG Distillers and llectlflcrs Are Flock Ing tolVashhigtori- Washington v May 7r DfstWler s and rectifiers are flocking toifaeh ington to try to Induce tho pre dent- to reverse his ruling In regard tp the labeling of VhlskY They expect to havo a hearing befof Attorney Gen oral Bonaparte tomorrow Ducked Senator Bacon recently tola this cal leagues the following Btoryyabout an old Goorglancgro who waa Inn tortous for his chicken steallngbiit wheaftor- having been persuaded to attend li religious revival had expressed this desire to live a bettor life and was- cUlledto be questioned Well Rastus said the revival IstI hope you ale now prepared to live a Christian life In accordance with rules of the church Have jW bceiii stealing any chickens lately No sail I aint stole mochicken ob late Have you stolen any turkeys or pigs then 1 Rastus looked grieved when he re r4 irPI I IamorY glad to ooaTlliatYourJ have been doing better lately1 re Y plied the evangelist and hope you win continue iifW to lead a holy and Christian lifo RastuR l- After thertcVlvaj fuia bung was over t t 11 RaBtus hurried out of tho itent with this wife who mad herd trio caitechlz Jng her husband had receivedVhen jj thoy were flnally out of overybodya hearing ill 9t118 drew Jationgbreathr lS of relief and turning to his wife cxV clalmedi tiaw 1iv Mandy 1 fv fiod cr said ducks Jd beci a lbst nigger aualii =ItorperB jWeekly iVi iy flli o INr71DoJ three or four rbOnisaiipayiucntof SSO cask slid 20 per month Our client will pay 8QO toi000 Bout Phones 127 II O Holllns Heal Es tote and Rentals Trueiieart Bulldliig Why do you permit so many nblses oil the streets asked the visitor J Well you see replied tie Pblladel lan they distract the at 3 a tendon of strangers so they dontu 4 notice the dirt Philadelphia Led germ The Handiest Thing Around the Rome A Good Working Telephone Use the Home Telephone It gives the service PADUCAH HOME TELEPHONE GO 11rn 4 s 1 Business Phoneiii250pcrmQnth Residence Phone 150 per month CHOICE ACRE HOMESt f I e nil Prices from 250 to 45 fdr largo roomy home sites one acre and moro la each piece fronting on 100 foot graded av enue some of them on 00 foot graveled street terms pay- mentt13 cash balanceeno and two years time v V Located on Ilnes road lAtwccH Thomas BosweurranddLl9rd BoswcII I dsTho 10O foot avenue these Coffers on Lilo h- oir i t f sx ifot twott i blocks tromtthese lands to Electric railroad through Gregory t is 5Heights lands tr fr IIi 11tl j l lLhlI I Am selling home sites here by the acre at lower price than Ordinary1 CO foot lotrfklll be Selling across Pines road in iret f gory Height tractln fors wcckai Very best residence location In reach of Paducah and ithero1wlil bo the highi grade rcfli denco seetion bof falureGet bargains ROW by the acre sad shave Pkatreels f1l t a 1r 1II 1iC y JU I s yr C n n 2 2ii4 f See Plat iknd LooK s v f i t at Land Before Choice y Selections J Are All Gonei 1 l W r MJANESTr- ueheart t Building Old pillsr D o r- y II TUBSDAXt 1 MAY 7 7 THE PADUOAH EVENING SUNrAGLcivil cT L iTi aeefllrlaiuS ledll ed IlJ x25 9aff 4 One hundred patrawltfto lace ourtaltu which areworth4 150 and 175 pair full three and one halt yards long and very wide This curtain Is a very special value t r LOCAL NEWS I Baled straw at Kamlelters For Dr Pendley ring 416 For Capclands stable phone 100 iJames T AValBert camp Confed erato veterans wlll meet tonight at the city hal Ito arrange for attending tho reunion at Richmond Vo Dr Gilbert psteopath 400 Ji Broadway Phone 196 Dr H P Sights tonight will on tertain the McCr con CbUrity Medi cal socloty Ills paper will boonI- Fytlro cphfsisI Belvedere beer Is a homo proI duct Remeinberthat Fine carnations at BOc per dozen at Brunsons 529 Broadway Ground will bo broken Thurs day for the new flats at Seventh street anti Kelitufcky avonuo Being built ny Mrs Harry Tandy Thoi house now onthe lot will bo turned around to faces SoverjUi street Jack Colo Is tho cojjtraclor- vYoU know your calling cards are correct Vhen they coma from the Sun qfllce Script cards and plate 150 a hundred the Old English at J300 1 i iCounty Clerk Hiram Smedloy I has turned over to Sheriff John Ogllvio copies of the tax books andI the sheriff will begin once to col at lost taxes It requires a month to copy the booki The better gradoof gasoline bUy of Kamlelter gallon 20c book Souvenir of the city Just the tfilng to send yoiirfrlfndsiabr6ad for sale at no D Elements B Co ThO board ofhubllcwdrka will meet this afternoon In regular sos lion to opon bids for sidewalks and street IImprovements Much routine business the accumulation of two weeks will boo transacted City subscribers to the Daily Sun who wish the delivery of their ofpapers stolpecmustdoUfr our col or make their reque ts dlrect to The Sun antes No attontldn will i be paid to such orders whbnjglvon e to our carriers Sun Publishing Co The delinquent ynx list was sold yesterday by Treasurer John j Dorp Ian to Auditor Alex TCIrkland for tho city for M9S093 The list will be certified to the city solicitor who will bring suit for the payment of baik taxes Drink Belvedere the Paducah beer I v We glve you better carriage and better service for the money than is given by any transfer company InI AmerIca FIne qajflages for special occasions on IShort nqtlco also ele l gant livery rigs Palmer Transfer Co Edgar Johnson alias Barflold b rI is wanted In Mgtropolls on the charge of larconjr and an ofQclal of tho police department mailn fruitless search df tho cUy for him yesterday t H4 afternoon returning to Metropolis this morning Place your orders ror wedding Invitations at tome The Sun la showing as great an assortment as you will find anywnere at prices muck lower than you will have to pay elsewhere Dont no discouraged It all other mice rats and TOlckeJttern nor torsr have faildI try KamlelterV Tahome product per box 2 5c k May 20 Isthe date set Ijy Health lh Ofllcer W T Graves for the opening t 0of the Lee school building closed Jastj by an order pC the board of 0week to prevent a spread of small father Is suf pos Quo pupil whoso fering froth a pronounced case of smallpoxhis being watched for cfe= yeloprataUjtiia fewlth authorities fearing he may have contracted the dlaeMe Prink Belvederef tits mulrt brew Six CMM M ffieoieiIl are reported at the HUWIfI Central hospital They are penlM to the contagiousl e wiSSd After Inabeellce of leis lIIOIltlt8- hi Amw Iowa XlM Lilly JUd nViel mer h returned to FM CA K and- has aeeeptd roldpoltloa with R I ttuthrle where sbe will be pleased to 200 Mr Ono hundred and fifty pairs pf white and arab curtains which are worth 250 to 83 pair They come in madras cable netsand a few braided patterns We will probably not bo able to olIer this value again see her friends Miss Bodenhelmcr IIs exceedingly popular In Paducah her old home and her return will bs of Interest to a largo circle of friends and acquaintances Combined saddle and harnes horses are a distinct typo and breed they ere ihhrclass drivers and flve sailed saddlers Combined honsei are the most beautiful and tho most In demand command a ready sale and bring the highest prices of any of the breeds The stallion Rebel Dare King Pin ot the Paducah Hprsd Show 1906 now at the Lang farm newPaducaJi is a rcgd tered combined horse of the highestI brood lag and typo of this useful horse and the ot 1 ly one in west Kentucky fully representing his class Tho meeting of the Bodies Aux diary df the Knights of Columbus has been postponed from May 8 to May 15 Vveaaing invitations announcer meats aid jeyery character of en graved work Is given careful per sonal attention at the Sun Job office The ladles committee which had charge of tho Music Festival to bo held at Wallace park this month desires atothe Ghiilare between thd ages of i hand sixteeni who ret take advantage of the instructions the Work wlr give them and take part In the chorus to meet tomorrow afternoon at 430i oclock at the Eagles halt A chorus of as many voicesns can bo secured I 4 to be or Satnlzedvandlvilli be directed by Bandmaster Innes f IiJ rT v MiM New Real Estate Agency Mr X L Per manh s opened an njirgncoI ty Building Old Phono 489 vA New Phone4Uftnyont havingreal08- Lath tosell would do well to list 11 with him and any insurance given him wouldbe appreclated See what real vCstalelho has to sell before you buy t Preparing For Trial Boise Idaho May 7 Judge Wood 11kon Wednesday decldo If on the t4got his trlalfor the mur dor of former Governor Steurienburg William Haywood Is entitled to re ceive a Jgl f parUculars specifyingi overt acts charged agalnethtm The motion of the defense for this dW closure of toe case of the state was argued at length today and at the conclusion the court announced It would make a decision at the time stated r iIt Isnt the taulfof the lair sex if a secret remains II secret j I 1 4444444PPOPLI AND SOCIAL EVENTS Will Bo nt Homo Iferd Mayfield Ky May 7At tho roe idence of J R Crossley Sunday af tornoon at 530 oclock Miss Adollc May Marllnelll of Columbus was united In marriage to Mr Joo Marro of Paducah Tho Rev C A Wat torflold performed the ceremony In tho prespnoo of a few friends and relatives Tho bride Is tho lovely young daughter of Mr C Marllnolll oCCof mbsKyand a sister ol Mrs J R Crossloy ot this city S o has ffrequently visited this city whore she has made many warm friends by her charming personality and beauty She Isa beauty of the brunette typo and also possesses that beauty of character that wins friends wherever ghe goesltt Marre is a valued employe of tthe Illinois Central Railroad company with headquarters at Paducah He Is a genial and popular young man and deserves tho prize he has won After receiving tho congratulations of each guest present the couple left at G4S for Memphis Biloxi and Now Origans for a bridall trip after which they will return to Paducah and be at homo to their friends after May 20th at 1209 Jefferson street Paducah The outof town guests Who attended tho wedding were Mr J Marllriottr and wife of Columbus Mrs C 0 Griffin PadncahfMrs J C May and son Jackson Miss R E May Fulton HopklnsvjIIeI Engagement t The engagement Is announced of ltllse Katherjno Manson of Hopkins vl11G Ky to Major Cyrus 8 Radford P thg US Marino Corps at Washington the marriage to take placo In Juno Miss Manson and Major Rad ford are both known to many Padu calians in touch with Hopklnsvlllo ioclotyof which they ate prominent ineinberaAttrnetlv9g SlilrUvalst Display The l dlesof the Church Fiirnlsh Ing soclot jot the FlFst Chrlsllai church will havo a shirtwaist sale Saturday May 11 at G10 Broadway In the Columbia building The dls ilny will bOespocIaHy attractive and will include a varied assortment from the elaborate and dainty lingo tie blouse tofthpslmploshrtwalst In hV tailored style I 1 M U D0 Cliapter The Paducah chapter U D C is npetingthli afternoon with Miss lolen Alcott on Jotforson street Its a Sam Davis meeting and Is of sgeciailnfcrest a to Organ Recital Tonight There wlllf be Morgan recital to night at the Broadway t Methodist church under the direction of Mrs Samuel H Wlnslcad Mrs Win stead will ba assisted by Mr W H r lloherof Louisville who Installed ho organ tWo years ago and some af the organists of tho city Several Qt tho best vocal soloists will take part It promises to bea delightful occasion Open Meeting u Ilfiisant Occasion A delightful open meeting of the Church jFurnishing society of the FIrst Christian church was hold yes orday afternoon at the attractive ubur on homo of Mrs James C Ut erback In Arcadia Tho Ladles Aid society of the church were Iho guests rTHOSE GIRLS AGAIN r M4s wH tt1enet 1srIwkefppetua1 that Ij hays rspinl ittd lw Pritlyi N dr I aTM yu eive th MsaMhnty4 c luum k societyI I casion was Infprmally social An at I tractive musical program was render ed by Mrs Mkudo Blanchard of Boston Mass Mrs George O Hart Mrs David Flournoy Mrs JamesII Wcillo Mlsy Aline Bagby Will Roddick A pretllly planned luncheon was served by Mrs Utter j back J j Change vot LteblingRecital The Llebllng piano recital will beheld at the Kentucky theater on June 1 instead Of at the Womans club house as there Is no certainty o1 tho latter place being ready by that j date Trls will give the Crescendo club tho advantage of placing more tickets as the seating capacity ol the lower floor of the Kentucky 1Is twice the limit s ton the number of tlckpts to bo void for the club audl torlum As there are many Inquiries in regard to tho recital the club feels there will bo no difficulty In having a fine house io greet Mr Liebling Miss Eunice Mansfield is the guest of Mr and Mrs Walter Mansfield at Fulton Mrs Michael isoman and daugh tars Misses Ladessa and Mary have returned utter a visit to Mrs Claude HIggins at Mayfield M B Malletto of Mayfield came to Paducah Sunday and was accompanied home by hls wife who has been Visiting relatives In Paducah Mr Lemuel Perkins and family spent Sunday with the family of JI M Perkins near Mayfield Miss Nellie Grief and Mr Aubrey Thomas of Mayfield are vlslllng relatives In this city Mrs Daisy Winfrey of Mayfield has returned homo Mrs George Keller and children have returned from Springfield 111 accompanied by Mrs E M Tipton who will spend tho summer hero Miss Hallfe lloss will go to Mem i phis today Miss Winifred Way of Ml Vernon Ind will arrive the last of this week to visit Mrs Harrj QMcElweo Mr William Richardson of Chica go Is in the city Miss Nola Hall will gcTlo Mom phis today for a visitp I Mrs Leslie Samuels of Bardstown is visiting her parents Mr I and llrs Richard G TerrellI Messrs Thoma9Pottor and Eugene Graves yesterday went to Louisville to attend the Derby rac 21t Mrs JrJloss Terry whit has been seriously III at her homeHon Third avenue Ioujsvllle for two weeks of congestion of Iho brain wad some what Improved yesterday Mrs Terry was formerly Miss Maggie McClel land of Paducah and has a number of relatives and friends here Engi1oerDavld Kennedy will leave In a few days to visit In Salt Lake City Utah 0IMrs E R lips left last evening for Chicago and St Louis to attend Iho midsummer millinery openings Mrs William Richardson and Miss Alice Mohan will leave today for Memphis to visit Miss Beulah Cowen of Grantsburg III was hero Sunday spending the day with her brother Mr Harry Cowon who Is attending the business college J M Jones formerly of Clinton has removed his family to Paducah and will make this place his homo Mrs Thomas Murray of 828 South Sixth stroot went to MemphisI today lo join her husband who Is In chargovof Iho dry docks there Mrs V H Thomas Misses SalJJle t and Lula Throlkeld and Mrs fettle Thomas loft today for TUomphlSj Mr Joe Rnndle who Is now en gaged In the real estate business InI Loulsvlllo Is In Paducah on busl ness Mr S Mf Smith and wife wont to Oklahoma City today f rthe summer on account of his wifes health filnco Sat rdlf Mr George Bondu rant foreman of the Illinois Central planing mill has been In Illinois fishing In Iho uPPor lakes Tho daughter of MrA C Robertson of 112 8 Tennessee streot Is bet tor Shells suffering frampnou monia ttI air FDHntficld oft Chicago rrenlSightsI 1 Misses Jane King and Lillian Smith of Birmingham are staying whlle1onMiss Joan to Campbell left yesterday for Mexico City to visit her sis ter Mrs Harwood Simpson She was accompanied to St Louis by her brother Mr James Can bpellJr Miss Jelllo Harper of 921 South Eleventh street who has been 111 three months of stomach trouble Is slightly Improved Mr Lutlier Richardson of Cairo returned homo yesterday aftor a vlltto Miss Gpldio Perrimanj off BruBBon avenueI0 0 Lowery of mlthlarid and Charles Davis of Bayoi left yeiter day for Corpus Chrlsll TflXUi to look ovorthe oountr i4j tIN THE COURTS Circuit Court H A Uhles against the Paducah Traction company verdict for the defendant Uhles claims ho was permaI ncntly Injured in the spine by being jerked oft a car at Third street and Stlngey alley last February HI Is a well known union leatherworker i No Police Court Police Judge D A Cross Js still out of the cUy and np court was hold to day VlI Mitchell of Eighth and lIar rls streets was arrester for keep Ing open on Sunday Ldgo Taylor colored was arrested for being drunk and disorderly HOLDS FIRST MEETING Board Appointed to Consider Four teenFoot Channel Proposition St Louis Mo May 7The board appointed by tho secretary of war to consider the establishing of a four toonfoot channel from St Louis to tho mouth of the Mississippi river 1hi accordance With an act of congress approved March 2 last hold Its first mooting hero today and organized by electing Col Clinton B Sears U S A engineer corps at St Louis pres- Ident Tho other members of the board present wore Col C M Town send of Cleveland and Col W H Blxby of Chicago and MaJ Henry R Richardson of Loulslahia The see sions are hold behind closed doors SALOME STORMS PARIS Willies Equivocal Play Stirs Up tin Frenchmen Paris May SStraits Salomo the oneact opera jby Oscar Wilde the production of which In No wYork last winter caused considerable protest was given for tho first time In Paris at the Chatelel Theater last night before a notable audience watch Included President Falllercs several members ot the cabinet and a llarge gathering of diplomats The opera was greeted wlth immense en thusiasmMattnecMusicnl Club The Matlnco Musical club will have Its regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at the parish house of Grace church Mrs David Flourho and Mlsk Jennie Giloonare the loaders and the program isa Llzi Lehman and E A Mac Dowell one presented as follows- Biographical Sketches JJIrs Vic tor Vorls Quartette a N Suite from Pprslan GardenLehmanV- ocal solo selected Miss Julia Scott Paper Historical Collections o- ftuslcMlss Compton Violin solo Selection from Per slan Garden LehmaneMrs Wll Ham Clark Vocal selections a from a Per sian Garden b from MacDowell Mrs James Welllo Piano suite Woodland Sketche- sMaoDowelqMiss Caroline Ham Soldier of Fortune Dips Now York Muy 7Henry R nl E McIvorJi soldier of fortune wasi found dead In bed In Mclvors own story of his life he status to have served as a soldier In the Sepo mutiny under Garibaldi In his campaign In Italy as captain under Don Carlos tho Spanish pretender as a major tn the Confederate fofcceIn tho civil war under Maxlmllllart ln the Mexican war as colonel undo Napoleon III as a brigadier general IriV the forces of tho khedive of Egypt as commander of tho cavalry of King Milan of Servla In one of his I embroilments and later as command or of the personal guard of King Milan Strike Cripples Chicago Chicago May 7 Building opera lions all ovor Chicago and suburbsI are badly crippled by a strike of 4 000 bricklayers allied trades and la borers who walked out to enforce ia Saturday payday demand Among public buildings work on which 1tho practically brought to a standstill Is tho new 5d0d9900 countyr building now nearing completion Half a dozen school buildings InII course of construction also wen caught In the strike Streams pt Flood Tide Nashville Tenn May 7yery heavy rains are reported from along tho western division of the Nashville Chattanooga k St Louis railroad m manyIp111c08t somo fencing Is being washed away No otherdamago is reported I Illm wanted at onrr Not tless IfcaH Kit nor Mtsha haa whliln nine or tea milts gf ekyCalli- re I jt ones XC HflUtM THtetirat Bnlldieg Both FttOMi ST jJ- II 11 1 1M Cementico IS TIME GOOn TO MAKE YOUR WALLS CLEAN PRETTY HEALTHY AND ARTISTIC IT CHANGES TILE COLOR MAKES nQl LOOK NEW AND CIIEEItPUL FOR TIlE LITTLE SUI OF 55Cents J i a M- 6EO O DART SONS CO Incorporated 1 WANT ADS P MITCHELLS for highgrade bicy cles 32C328 South Third street QUICK MEALS at all m Urs Buch anans 219 Kentucky avenue BUCHANANS Restaurant Open day and night 219 Kentucky avenue WA TEDJob press feeder Pa ducah Printing and Bookbinding Co DANCE Wednesday night May 8 at Red Mens Hall given by the Can dy Kids i 1OR Heating and Scovewood ring 437 F Levin RING 366 either phone for Cleans All Furniture Polish TELEPHONE 055 for hickory wood CLOTHES cleaned pressed repaired Jas Duffy Phono 959- aII I S BUCKMAN carpenter 333 North Eighth FOR RENT Cottage 8 per month Apply 441 South Sixth street FURNISHED front room for rent ajTply to 320 South Third FOR SALETypowrlter in first class condition Call Postal Tele I graph company FOR SALEHousehold and kitch en furniture Apply 626 North Twelfth between 12 and 4 p m FOR RENT rnira floor over Frank Justs barber shop 117 N 4th St Apply F M Flshor Post Office I TELEPHONE New Phone 224 and I shall call to collect your slop and table refuse Walter William WHEN In a hurry go to Bucaan 9urIlunch GASOLINE LAUNCH for hire to small parties Licensed operator New phono 344 old phone 2810 j WANTED Colored man to do house cleaning Ring 1789 Old phone FOR RENTRooms for light housekeeping Apply to 313 Madi son Old phone 290 PAPER CLEANING and Painting ojld Phone 2029 C S Creason Work guaranteed and done by union labor FOR RENT About juno 1 three roqm house at 1100 South Fourth direct Apply to S AHlllTelophonoI 964 WANTED Exporncoimanband saw Steady employment Co lumbla Manufacturing Co Median iIcsburg I Jf R GREATHOUSE contract house painter and decorator AllI work guaranteed first class OldI phone 1064 FOR SALE New three roomi house lot 40x2N six blocks fromr Union station at 000 Old phoneI 2284LOSTSomewhero between Ohio street and Sears grocery a ladles gold Elgin watch Initials H S onI ease Return to G21 South Sixth fpr reward LEFT OVJ3K We nave a foe spring wagons and buggies that we must get out of our why and to dl- so will salt at a fcarfcala If sold at tOllce Sexton SUP Worka Kith andI Madison PlWM 401 m FURNISHED front room for rent Electric lights Apply to 513 North Sixth street + FOR artistic and uptodate room decorating see RIgby 220 Adama street or phone 1935 IRVIN POLK has best and cheap est pasture in the county For particulars ring 911 ring 1 a 1 FOR RENT Four rooms and hall upstairs Gas and water 415 South Third street t WANTED Everybody to knor t that we have fish food for sale Bled ormans FOR SALE Good ramlly horse city broke eight years old Apply to 128 South Second Old phone 3012 FOR KKNT Two DUCK atop louses Eleventh and Broadway ont twostory brick business bousq Thirteenth and Clay Paducah Brew ng compapy FOR SALEA high class combl nation saddle and harness mare sev den years dud and In excellent condI- tion u James Campbell Jr 127 S 4th street PUBLIC SALE May 14 1907rat 10 a in at the corner of Sev oath and Adams streets a complete laundry outfit will be sold C A Is bell administrator FOR HARNESS that willt be a credit to tho horse owner and mak er Call on tho Paducah Harness and Saddle Co 201 Kent ckY avenue COME TO SEE US Wo are pre genlerl11 anteed Give us a trial Willie Mason lk Co Eighth and Jones WANTED For U S Army Able bodied unmarried men between agel of 21 and 35 citizens of United States of good character and tehif perato habits who can speak feaii1 and write English For Information apply to recruiting officer Now Rich mond House Paducah Ky WANTEDHorses and cattle to pasture Special attention given til young horses and mares with colts No mules taken Have 100 acres In good grass with plenty of water Terms 2 per month Four milea from city on Hinklevlllo gravel roan Old Flournoy place Address C W Duncan R F D No 1 City Cyclone Striked Texas Mt Pleasant Texas May 7 A terrible cyclone practically destroyed tho towns of RIdgeway and Birth right 40 miles west of here this af ternoon about 2 oclock All tele phoneand telegraph connection with these places is cut off and details are lacking The killed Known are Mrs Brazell and baby Calvin Trammel and son Roy McFall Stephenson and wife Sidney L Oakey and wife e IMr LIuneuB Ormo returned Sun lay after spending several months at Ash vUlQ N C Col Joseph Randall will return today ito Louisville after spending a few days with his family hero OBRIEN WAREHOUSE 311313 Kentucky Ave Excellent filoracs facilities Mer chandise at low rates Floor sacs s for manufacturing Household Goods 9150 to f4 peernoNb i Vt- n y Nd 7 r 4 11 iTjI YY O r + v jfJ PA8llx i scMIZ e 1 f Y 555I Through the blood diseases are carried front one generation to another Varents transmit them to their children and so it goes on down the family ii and unless the blood is purified and every trace of the trouble removed the miserable disease will finally undermine the entire health and wreck the life of its victim The usual symptoms of Scrofula are enlarged glands or a tumors about the neck which often burst and become ulcers + weak eyes Catarrh of tit head and throat skin diseases etc The trouble4 being so firmly intrenched in the bloodoften attacks the bones resulting inII White Swelling or hip disease while a waxy pallid appearance of the skin I loss of strength and energy and often lung affections show that thcHiscasc destroying the bright red and rich nutritive qualities of the blood Scrofula being a constitutional disease one affecting the lUre circulatidn must be treated with a remedy that builds up and every part of the system which has tso long been denied the strength and nourishment it should hive received from the blood S S S Fr is the best of all blood purifiers and the greatest of all tonics and is therefore the ideal remedy fpr Scrofula S S out and destroys sll germs taints and poisons gives strength richness and vigor to the blood and cures Scrofula It so thoroughly removes the trouble from the blood 2 that no signs of it are ever seen again and posterity is started out in life with a clean pure blood supply which is their rightful inheritance S S S while thorough is gentle in its action and the 1healing vegetable is which compose it build up even part of the svstem Book on the blood and medical advice free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA I Cr OjfrHtbmt V i wK These three attributes of n good bicycle can be found in theI 1 Rendintr Knoyclo nd Laclede Bicycles TERMS EASY Sold and by fi ST New Phone 48Ia Old Phone 743 plW Ills Own f Little Ted Brown 1ouslad and had formed tho not un nsual habit of kicking aqd thumping r I his playmates Ono day his mother found aim not r only kicking and pounJIug ono of his friends but oven spitting on him She was dumbfounded at this w and taking Ted into the haute said to him Ted I dont know what to make of you I think tho devil has got into your head aud taught you this kicking and striking anJ spitting Ted getting moro indignant every second looked up at his mother and LIV said Well the devil may have taught me time kicking and striking but this here cuitlng 1lit my own idoaAhlls- B Squire In April IJpplneotf KILLS THE GERMS OF SCROFULA Espeiallydischarging 4entire1 corpuscles strengthens Susearches permanently ingredients Pase Elegance Economy guaranteed S E MITCHELL326328 SOUTH THIRD 1111I Dnllrel My wifes not out of danger yet Said Jones with anxious air Hows that said Smith apd Jones replied Tho doctors aro still there Harold Melbourne in Llpplncottp 4 Sho watching clergyman on the golf linkTheras one thing I ad mlro about Rev Mr Holdforth lieI always says Just what ho meansI IIeOh no ho doesntt When hoI misses tho ball hq generally just grits his teeth t Why do you Insist on going on a lecture tour alter you havo done allI that Is required Of yDii In congressI Woll + arisvfercd the candid pa triot a man cant be Idlo all the time Washington SarI r A SQUARE DEAL i r Is assured you when you buy one of Dr Pierces Family Medicines for all the ingredients entering into them are printed on the bottle wrappers and their formula are attested under oath as being complete I and correct You know just what you are paying for and that the in gredients are gathered from Natures laboratory being selected from Amen+ the most delicate women and children Not a drop of alcohol enters into their composition A much better ngent iis used both for extracting and preserving the medicinal principles f used in them vizpure triplerefined glycerine of proper strengthI This agent possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of its own being nI most valuable antiseptic and antiferment nutritive and soothing demulcent Glycerine plays an important part in Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery iu the cure of indigestion dyspepsia and weak stomach attended by sour risings heartburn foul breath coated tongue poor appetite gnawing feeling in stomach biliousness and kindred derange ments of the stomach liver and bowels Besides curing all the above distressing ailments the Golden Med foal Discovery is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes ns catarrh whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach bowels or- t pelvic organs Even in its ulcerative stages it will yield to this sovereign remedy if its use be persevered in In Chronic Iltarrhof the Nasal passages it is well while taking the Golden Medical Discovery for the necessary constitutional treatment to cleanse the passages freely two or three times a day with Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy This thorough course of treatment generally cures even in the worst cases In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial throat and lung affections except consumption in its advanced stages the Golden x Medical Discovery is a most efficient remedy especially in those obstinate hangoncoughs caused by irritation and congestion of the bron chial mucous membranes The Discovery is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds nor must it be expected tto cure consumption in its advancedstagesno medicine will do that but for all the obstinate hang on or chronic coughs which if neglected or bddly treated lead up to consumption it is the best medicine that can be taken If the sweet taste ofthettDfscovery caused by the glycerine is disliked a few drops of lemon juice orange or lime juice added to each dose will make it agreeable and pleasant and will not in the slightest M interfere with its benefical effects Its an Insult to your Intelligence for a dealer to endeavor to palm off upon you some nostrum of unknown composition in place of Dr F Pierces worldfamed medicines which are on KNOWN COMPOSITION Most dealers recommend Dr Pierces medicines because they know what they are made of and that the ingredients employed are among the most valuable that a medicine for like purposes can be made of The same is true of leading physicians who do not hesitate to recommend them since theyknow exactly what they contain and that theirs ingredients ore the very best known to medical science for the cure of the several diseases for which these medicines are recommended With tricky dealers it is different Something else that pays them a little greater profit will be urged upon you as just as good or even better You can hardly afford to accept a substitute of unknown coif qsitiof1 and without any particular I u record of cures in place of Dr Pierces medicines which are oi KNOWN COMPOSITION and have a record of forty years of cures behind them I L You know what you want and it is the dealers business to supply that want Insist upon il 1 WILL SOT SPEND r CENT FOR STREET Property Owners Must Dcdi cato to Proper Width Broadway Ordinance Shall Stand As Far As General Council ls Concerned tJKPPHKSOX BOULEVARD ISj OFF Offer of the residents on Broad way to sell the necessary property at 50 cents a foot to widen the street 10 construct sidewalks wits rejected last night at the meeting of tho council men Mayor Totter recfiramendcd that It be accepted as he considered It a low price but the members of the council thought If the owners wQro not willing to deed tho property gratis tho street should remain at Its present width City Solicitor Campbell was au thorized to name a joint committee to appoint a commission to meet representatives from other second class cities and revise the charter Tho committee will report back to a committee of the whole before any action wllli be taken Mayor Yelser s011IIcHorhq rty some action be taken Ho told of his going to Lexington two years ago stud trying to get an amendment to the charter for second class cities Tho reasons given In the cOmmuni- cation are that many jurists have de Blared certain parts unconstitutional and doubtless certajn others would be were they put to the test The charter bears tho earmarks of having been completed by some one ox pecting political ofllce Many provi slops arc omitted that would bo of benefit to the city- Fcwof Sum oons First passage was given to the or- t dinance limiting the saloons to oneII to every five hundred people President l I Lindsey who was out of the city and had not been seen before onJJ first reading was not In favor ofI such an ordinance but on gofg IntuII It deoper ho thought It was jJust the 1 Instrument needed Councilman C C Duvoll thought It benefltted no I ono but the saloon keepers by making their license the more precious and 1 on tho roll call voted tiny All the remaining members were heartily In favor of It Sincetho last meeting I many of the members have talked with citizens about tho ordinance I and all expressed their satisfaction I Ordinances for the Improvement of various streets with concrete walks and curbing and graveling were given first reading iJrst reading was glv I len tho ordinances to gravel tho fol lowing streets Thirteenth street from Flojirnoy street to Terrell street Kincaid street from Bridge street to a point 712 feet west of Bridge street FInloy street from Sixth street to Seventh street concrete sidewalks six feet wide with combin ed curb and gutter shall to construct ed on Fifth street from Clay street to Trimble street Tennessee street from Third street to Twelfth street Ohio street from Third street to Thirteenth street and Eighth street from Washington street to Tennes eco streets Some residents of Jefferson street beyond Fountain avenue wanted to withdraw a communication asking for the right to construct a park out of Jefferson street past Fountain avenue On reconsidering the property owners decided It would reaulro too I much time The petition waswlthI drawniTrustees of tbo Carnegie library were authorized to deed 4 12 feet for a driveway The Grace Episcopal church willl also deed the same num bor of feet and tho driveway will be used Jointly i Liquor Licenses Several applications for licenses to retail liquor wero presented Joo and William Wagner applied for a license at 1814 midge Street Owing to a death In the family the petition was withdrawn and the money paid to tho treasurer was ordered refunded Chandler and Joiner wore grant ed a license at 300 South Third streett George A Chandler applied for a license at 204 South Ninth street but It was refused owing to a techni cality Improvement of Powell street from Jarrott street to Hays street was re ferred to tho street committee Prop erty owners wish It graveled to Mill street or not at all The report of the milk and meat inspector was received and flied All the dairies are In a better sanitary condition than before City Treasurer John J Dorian re ported that whlto taxpayers for dc llnquont taxes owed tho city 4 821114I hand 11003270 The of report wore nllowedrr tba mulish X81 iysre wiiect a j 1 t IL I SVYS THIS IS JJtiST A leading health journall In answering tho question What is tho best prescription to cleanI a recent issue the following and purify time blood Z prints In Fluid Extract of Dandelion QUO half ounce Compound Kargon ono oUnce Compound Syrup- S rsapllrllla three ounces Shako well and uso In teaspoohful doses after each meal and at bedtlino A well known local druggist states that these are harmless vegetable Ingredients which can bo obtained front any good proscription pharmacy This mixture will clean tho blood of all Impurities In just a tow days tho skin begins to clear of sores bolls and piiripleSt It puts vlgorand one orgy Into nutdown debilitated men and women For many years fiarsaparllla alone has boon considered a good blood medicine But while it built Up and madd now blood the Impur ities remained wltfnand the good accomplished was only tern porary Sarsaparilla however when used In combination with Compound Kargon and Extract Dandelion works wondors This combination puts tho kidneys to work to filter sail sift out tho waste matter uric acid and out er Impurities that causo disease It makes now blood and relieves rheumatism and lame back and bladder troubles and 1484898 spent leaving a bal ance May 1 of 2240505 The may or was given authority to borrow money to pay expenses of the city until tho taxes come In James Collins report of 42550 being paid as fines was received and filed Permission was given tho mem bets of tho T P A to uso tho coun cil chamber on May 18 when a stale convention will bo held Tho matter of paying the costs to Lho market niaslef and sewer Inspec tor in defending their offices was re forred to tho finance committee A complaint was received fom the MergenthalorHorton Basket compa ay tIhat It paid license last year when It was exempt It was referred to tho license committee Complaint from JA Bauer that propertyon Trimble street had been ivrongfuyy assessed against him was referred 40 the city auditor and assessor j A voluminous ordinance creating the office of building Inspector was Introduced but no action was taken as shorter and more specific ordl dance will be brought In The mayor was authorized to re new the Icontract to care for marine patients at Riverside hospital Councilman Herzog was the Only ibsentco FEWER CRDITS fiii IS THIS 1HST1UCT DUIUNG MONTH dF Amii 1007 ixpense To Government Goes On Just the Same and Service Is 1rovlng Expensive Figures showing the cost of re rultlng soldlersfoc the United States army are not given out to the VUbllfbt wltltllhqlsmall number of enlistments made + In April by tho Ivansvlllo district the cost for recruiting each man must h eve been heavy At the seven stations Included- In the Evansville district 17 men were enlisted In ApHJ Thero Is QUO recruiting plflcer at each station and four at Evanavlllo All the officers mustJive and offices musts bo rented so that tbo expanse account for main taming the servlcQ is run Into several figures every month Of the 17f enlistments for tho district Padu- cah recruited only two When ItlB remembered thaii Sergeant Blake re crulted 28 men in the month of Jan nary the falling off Is apparent April 1907 the o wore three more ro irultlng station than InApril of 190C but the enlistments In 1906 were 2C as compared with 17 thl6 year Sorgoant fluke attributes the falling off to the fact that his dIs- trict has boon thoroughly worked or men and id the approach of warm weather Ho has a follow up system that BOOH roaches every prospect In the district Tho army would get more recruits If this system was adopted and whoa a district la ox hausted shift itiia sorvjco to now fields It Is probablethat several new stations one at Murray or Prince ton will Jio openJ1rJH the near fit tare i A populct ph4laj5rapber Is one who can njake swwHaa eel satisfied with liar face f 4ueUT wIt 1e1 3uoney Is to tnheritlits I r 1 FRIENDLESS I CIIUIlEN RKLlKVEtf lit KIND tNiSsS OF 1AWUCAH PEOPLE J i Ladles Hoard ofilonin of lrlemllcss s Thanks XIiosu VlioCoBlHlilited4 f to Good Cnusc t The ladles board of the Homo of lhelrlthankslowingithnationglvon during March I and April Junior League Trlmblb street M E church basket of provis ions Newell society of Broadway Mothocllst Episcopal church basket of provisions Kentucky Avcnuo Trcshytorlnn church largo cattqj Traction company lights and car tickets Starts four fiilll i barrel pf flour through Mfi tfrank Parham- E P Olson 5 gallons of coal oil J L Friedman 20 worth of Ice tickets Hank Bros paint Fowler Wolf company painting Dr I B Howell dental services Claud Rus sell quantity of milk Hoy Cuiloy B Wellle and Wnllcrsteln boys sup plies L B Ogilvie i dozen pairs of hose Cochran Shoo C mpany shoes iHock Shoo company f shoes Miss Ziila Jobbs dozen hats Mrs Balslcy hats LangstatfOrmo company lum ber Mr Will flake oil cloth Tom Evltts treat for children Miss Re- becca Allen jrhday treat for blind Mary Poo Mrs Rctiijen Rowland quantity of clothing Miss Orrle Clark 1 dozen dresses for children Mrs J M Buckner bolt of gingham Mrs Klein clothing Mrs W II Coloman Gower clothing Mr8 Joe Mattison flowers Einett Dreyfuss Lucllo Well candy Airsff Reuben Loeb clothing Mrs J D Rogers clothing Mrs F E Lck shrub tory Mr James Glsh treat of candy for children Mr George Edwards treat for children Communicated The CnuseotSuicides- Bellovuo has yielded a genuine surprlsd to a numberof exports from tho jjoint application bureau of the Charity Organization society who havo boon working there for some months to find out if possible the reason why so many New Yorkers This Gasoline Engine Tho Ferro is the nuto mar ineIs easiest to operate the most durable and economical one over manufactured All engines guaranteed by tho largest factory it the world The Ferro Machine find Foundry Co of Cleveland Ohio Each arid nil hearings iuo autonmtlcly oiled No work this engine docs all of Its own work LLNELSONAOCNT 40T S 3D ST CITY The following reduced rates are announced alrMYstioShrinel B6tlren April 25th to May 18th Round trip 6050 limit July dlfct- Jamestown Va Exposii tion April 19th to November 30th 15 days 2376 Coach excursions on special1 pates 1800 every Tuesday limit 10 days Memphis Tenn May 7 Special excursion Leaves aimj turning special train leaving Memphis slay 8 730 p m Louisville KAccount of i Spring MeotliigrJockoy ClUb 1 1095 roundtrip ydreo jtf turning May 7 895 round- trip May 4 good returning Juno a May 5ili82225 29 JUno iS and 8 limit two days For information apply to City Ticket Qfifco Fifth and Broadway or Union Depot J IVDONOVAN II Agt City Ticltet C1ce- RMtPRATHER Agent Union Depott I RicketsSimply the vitible sign that baby tiny bones 9 are not forming rapidly iK ufk+ Lack of nouriahment is tIM caw Scottf Emulsion oumks baby s entire system Stimulates and maker bone Exactly what baby needs All DRUGGISTS 5ec AND 1M OO O OOO nn commit suicide Whon tho exports began their ex amination they shared the popular belief that sulcldQ was due to ppvcr ty Tho examination covered five months anil included every cn eot attempted sulclJo that reached Del fovuo Tho facts l ao now disclosed aro that not ono of the wOuldbo suicide had over applied for charley boforp making thp attenip nor do Bplto extended Invitations did one of them apiily for aid after bolhg cot freo Destitution according to time 111j Pte V6atlgators seems to play tv Very small part In leading Now Yorkers a to seek selfdestruction In only twos Was the attompt tllrcctly traced to poverty Alcoholic victims and lovq persons whp yero JcUl ousVoro tho conspicuous subjects Tho great majority of tho sufferers wore from the kelfsupportlnc clanses Poison was tho method ueedi iNpw Vork Worhifa 6 f S m A pretty girl la as fond or drawing atfqntlov 08 a polltical ftnlqcholdor fofl drawing a salarybt =t LIf J BANKRUPT SALE r The Bankrupt Stock of Max JvMichelson bought nt 37 JQ Thotookon1 consists of Clothing Shoes JIats Cups andr Gouts Furnishing Goods Dont fail to give us a call 123 SOUTH SECOND ST J J Newman Sales Manager T a T L 1 l1lI JR l FIRE WATER AND SMOKE The entire stock of Cloths ug Shoes Hats Caps and Gents e Furnishing Goods to be sold at less than onethird cost Alsoii n large line of Musical Instruments Guns Pistols Sporting Goods and Jewelry all slightly damaged by mater Entire stock must be sold at onco so come and get first choice Sle Starts Saturday April 139 am B MICHAEL 211 BROADWAY Near Second Street llrM f tl 1 CITY TRANSFERCO 3 G Now located at 01aubersStabteWe are jr cry for all kisdr of kauiJn TEL QEW 4 rl r This Sum Is So Hard to Doff x If you arc charged 150 for con nectiori with900 subscribers what should e c you pay for 3000 subscribe1 rs s Call 300 for Contract Department 1 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPIIONEGO lucorporntcil trltrttesrr Foreman Bros Novelty Co i = Incorpe x1- J dhELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 0 House wiring electric plants installedzCom- lete machine shop e I J32I34 N Fourth St PIlona7S7 if h J JlI- dI I WP Pane 1 stricken favorite h W R Rady r CIoIWer IA I 1 CITIZENS SAYINGS BANK Iaeroret1 l- cI aaV1OlI- i lhugolavN eM 1 i 6foekYhooltiw Ja1NllM o J toYi1A 1 L jI te811 f t 8oI AcwmnHrot toMvtimnltI Mid Armt seUckcd Wea piecih- writ M rell M irNe tfmio HMV Mid ecwii rP il ilium rkim- rIIRIYItat i pO cytivJ t Interest Pidon Tiroe Deposit n OTIlltt ITII WOK 7 3TO 8 0OJ j- T nUdrdr y ualJ 1 raadwttyl- l I Ii Le f C V IJ HTTTTiI I1ft1ULV1i bU 4 I ie k 1JilI iJri Backache Piiin in the I Hips land Groins In most cases are direct results of WBAK KIDNEYS and IN FLAMMATION OF THJ3 BLAD DEn The strain oU the Kid nets and Inflamed membranes lining the neck of the Bladder producing the pai- nsLARKS KIDNEY L GLOBES WILL CURE IT II v Tyro dosese give rejtef andf ono box roll euro any ordinary ca eof Kidney or Bladder trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all Irregularities= of the Kidneys and Bladder in both men and women Sold at 60 cents a box on the No Cure No Pay basis by McPhersons drug 1stare Foufth and Broadway sole agents for Faflucdh or sent y tfy mall upon receipt of price to Lark Medicine Co Louisville Kyib- C Sliu Couldnt ThrowiWillie arid one of Ills schoolmates hail been throwing stones at each other and rhfeu his mother heard of It she said lto him i Willie when that boy threw stones ntJou why didnt you come throwingrWllllo looked hefscornfully for a moment arid then answered VTell you Why you couldnt hit a batndoorPhiladelphia Ledger PILES PILHSl PILES1 1I1 Williams Indian Pile Ointment will curb Blind Bleeding and Itching jPiles lt abaarbs the tumors allays Jldiltlg at once acts as apoulllce 1 gives Instant relief Williams Indian Pllif Ointment prepared for Piles i and itchlnyof tho private parts Sold by druggists matt 50c and 100 Williams Mfg Co Props CleVEr land 0 fI I I Be sure youro right and then go ahead sail the man who likes to quote Yes ansTrurofl tho ener 1goVcltlzpn ubut try not to roastq too much time making suro or yourtl- jlubloto be llko the man who studied lils time blt so tong that ho milaed his train Washington Star The world never gives a man his W justdues unless ho Js liig onough to takp them by force t IYttrt fairy 10iLr friartliantt e + nrue NiNtlueor Wlwrat- hoiapularr of mneoai in mtr ati trweatUlitCjCMffitlCo Pdtlloweo4totutdreongs1ata C1ElrSrtnt eldbr 5A Or nt B ttn wrppe- br antra prepoldl r tl00ii a h3tre112T- artrteds11ktpdsallinbdemedleawhlelditled PIMPLES todorae anritoedhutIka rdfeandtbatlgbtthina ttliv na black- Meads AItklnccunb1t Ut JIjm eoutmnln thee nae of themud Neommeldnc tbe tntnTfrlendi 1 feel one when I rln h- iopetnurnlui to hue a chaoce to reeomoit- niCe tl e rie ddWItteaTALImStNawsrktNT Pltable Potnt TaiteOoodpoOooaPteutnt ollin bolt The gonnlnatabeI tmW4co QaaranttxxJ to cure or jo rniiji rbkek Sterling Remedy C6 Chicago or NY 59S AIHMIAtSAU TEM MKLWII MXES HENRY MA1MENR1- SMOVED JR TO THIRD AND ftJP1 CKY leek DHial 1IUk Wwrk Lett1 mill Jllirary Work a iJCcWty k Oak Vale Hotel L Broolcport III rt Mw S11 1 hj Ewjtfchgll Mrs i kt LMfeMit fruKwnttii NEW STATE H0IEL nJOTJCOPLW ILL D A B Her Prop fewest aatlbM JMtelI te the fUj totes fat9O Two llarge Mmpli toema Math TOOMS Electric Lights t It Hie only MiMrall11 located Hotel ic J lie city- 003L1tlCaFOIALPATRONAGR SO eN MCITK1 r KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS wsm Dr Kings I Nsw Discovery PriseFOR M JOLDS 4JrrM j utyafor wl i TROUBM J LaI t k 4 ew A MAKER OF HISTORY By iL PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM Author fThe Muter Moista A Prince of Sinner Myiteriom Mr SabrAria the Mventurea Etc Ceipyrllht IMS IMS by LITTLE FROWNand COMPANY Coaflaaea fr a Ywt rJa7X i CHu1TEIt XXIV v TJNCOMBE unfastened theehnln D and bolts ot the ponderous front door sad looked out Into the darkness A carriage ntid pair of horses TCcice drawn up outside A man and a woman both dressediu long traveling coats were standing upon the doorstep This Is Duucombe Hall I believe the man laId Is SJr George biu combo nt home Ilun Sir George Buncombe he an swered Will you come Inside They crossed the threshold at once The matt wits tall and dark and his voice and bearingwerA unmistakable Tlie woman was fair petite rind appar mngulfentIn n very bdfl temper We really are heartily ashamed of ourselves for disturbing you at such an hour Sir George the map said but you wilt parddu us whqu you under MArquisdohave a letter to you from iny friend the Duke of Chostow with whom wo hUd been staying DuncomOo cohee led his nstbulsh ment as well as he was able IIe bow ed to the lady and led then toward tIle library Spencer who bad heard them coming had hastily concealed his rd volver and was lounging lit uu easy chair reading th0 ovcnlhR iiapor I am afraid that my servants are all In bed Duncombe said and I can ably otTer you a Uacheiors hospitality Thl Is my friend Mr Spencer tjio Marquis and Maraulse der St Ethol Wheelthat easy chair up Spencer will you I Spenccrp bror had betrayed not the sllgltfestsign of surprise but Dun combe fancied that the marquis hail glanced nt him keenly He was hold Ing a note In his handI which hepffer cd to Uuucombe My errand Is so unusual and tho hour BO extraordinary hc pqld1 I that thought It would be better for Chus tow to write you n Ilie or to Will you please renll It Duncombe tore open the envelope Chestow Wodncsday EVening My DfiarDUncbmb My friend Do St Ethol tplla mo tfval he Id ot llscd nt great personal inconvenlcncb to execute n com rnUilon for a friend which Involves n somewhat unceremonious call upon you tonight Ho desires me therefore to SefiU you these Sow lines The Marquis TfleTSt KtWSl ntid hts xVtS nrortftiong my oldest friends It klveVmo great plua ura to vouch tor them both In every way Yours sincerely qitpSTOW Tho letter 1 am hfrnld the mar quls safd euiiljng does lltflff to satisfy your curlosltjv Permit iuo to ex plain my errand in a few words CertalnlyT Duncbmtie liiterrupted But wont you take something I nut glad to see that Spencer IslofiUIng aft er your wife Tho marquise had ralsfed her yell and was leaning hack in ri chair with a sandwich poised lit tho flufeers oftine hand and n glass of burgundy In the oUlerSbe was looking u little less bored and was c1nttlnggnyly to Spencer whose French was equal to her ownI thank you very much the mar qUls slltu will not take anything to lrh klIutlt you have cigarettes Ah thanks1 Ha lit one and sat on the arm of an easy chair The facts are these he 311111- hnven great friend In Paris who knowing that Itn8 ftt Ohestow and returning to France tomorrow has I fear I must say taken somo advantage of jnj good nature I Aliiit ked to call here and escort home to lthr friends n young lady wbev I iindfifstond Is fo- rthemonlentdguest under our toot My friend I must say telegraphs hi a most mysterious manner but ho Is evli dentjy very anxious that we should accbdo tollls request Our appearance i hero at thlstjme of night t admit la most unjustifiable but what Were wo to do It is absolutely necessary tot toy wife to catch tho 250 from Char Ing CrosS tomorrow I Hope tlmt my friouavill Mme day appreciate my devotion To comp round lby your house I havo had to Iwrrow oarrlago from my friend Chestow Wo shall havo n drive to Norwich andcatch a train from thero to London In tho mail hours of the morning I presijino the young Indy Is herpT Tho young ladys1 here Dun 1l1 answered May I inqulrrf tligjjrfaio of tbo friend to whom you are asked to take her rho marquis yawned slightly lie too sufined weary UMy dear Sir George he said I trust that you will upprcclrtto my posi tlon In this mattprj 1 lunoteru know the young ladys name Jly eccentric friend In his telegram which occupied four forms most Bi fclally Insisted that I should ask or answer iio questions concerning her You are jjotawafe then of the cir eremiug1dreL am utterly ignorant of them the marquis smswered I am constrained to remain so You no flokbt have some nTessago l poshlton toher5 The marqufa knocked the ash off his cigarette f It you whlpepolice tie onnjirlaay bi iikl I think draft you wBj find Ittr a prepared to como with us without ask lag any questions Duncombe threw open tho door which led Into the Inner room The I iTW Icitert 1 nm ajrultl iljtcullttle to tatltfu your curiosity girl stepped forward asfar as the threshold and bolted out anon them Ihlgls the Marquis anti the Mar qulse doSt Ethol Duncombe said to liar They have Uiroilght me n letter tromp jtUe Juke bf Chcatbxv and they have coin to take you back to France The girl Ipokcil Dxpilly for n moment at the utiiniuUo It any word or sign passed botwcen them It escaped nUll coiiibc Phyllis was content however to ask no questlpusT ram qjtlto ready Shosald calmly The marqulso rose Your luggage ciih bat sent on she remarked Duncoinbc qppronched Phyllla and stood by her glue These peopld lie said will not tell mo whorotlieyaro tdislng you to Areyoii content togo f imustio shcransxyQredJlmply Ypn vvl9ll UletCt IIVlq n If ydji plcitse1 Urp IntLfrltptedI Imotiter t finvnnl flietlotir Lhkvo ypi thl1f bcloiigiagtot hiss ttO uiy Bue3tlie 5111miii iny own ffiptii If Son will excuse me for u lliiomtut I will fetch It Iieretlinicd with the sealed en vflope wjilch silo had iIrcUhiin and whichht plated iiiheir lianils Ho car rIQdaJ QntlttC IIt n lfnll armful of wraps Yon must take tlipso Mio declared It Is cold traveling But how tan I rctuntithcnV to you she lrotelitcc1IINQ hot the coat please I will take Sruglf you like You will take both he gala firmly There need bo no trouble about re turning them I shAll bo In Parts myself shortly and lib doubt we shall cote across one another her eyes flashed sometlilng at him What It was he could not rlghtfj tell It seemed to hlutthilt he Raw pleasure Ihopoaua fear but moroof tbo latter Tlie marquis JnferyenctU J tru tho said thotin that caio you will give usflie lpleasure of seeing something of you We live In the Avc flue do St Clouil Y0il are very kind Duncombe said I shall not fall tor come and BOO you Spencer threw open the door and they passed out PJiyllls Iscpt by Dun rombos side He felt her hiiUl steal r The TonicEffect- of Good Mineral Iaterisi UnquestionedA tainly makes an ideal tonic In tho Spring toning up the stomaoh and thus reaching e the ejitlro system Theyare pleasant to tho taste and their mild aperient effect receives I thp cpmmpndatjpn of saUnaedl havetho II sizes j IlHfTnlo Wtlila j jll iittApppHnarls CoHCen ited PiHto JfHRndlJaHosI Iced Ravel Stl- ltsGILBERTS I t Drug Store ftla airtiroisdrhy Agent fur oiiftml AlMcnMil id a r + rw i1 n D A GoodCigar j tn nct pleasured by its length nor the price you pay but by the content ment that steals over the smoker as he puffs away fJ Youll enjoy the dears you buy at bur counter We sellreliable brands only We keep our cigars at just the right temperature keep ing them alvvayt in perfect smoking condition We suit your cigar taste exactly for we sell everything in cigars the smoker can think of or need 11 MPHEUSOXS DUUO STfillK i Into Lie II I want YOU to keep this gijelppc foe ins site whispered It coutfiluj Hotli fur which could bring you late troublq or which contents any ono qlSie It 1is Just something which I should into to feel was lit sate keeping He thrust It into his locket I will take care of It he prOiulsed And you wont forget mo 51d shallI meet agalnifeooncr perhaps thin you expect She shookhcr head t yetiAtvently From tlie carriage window slip pur out her hnnHI You have beqn very kndt6 me she said Gpodbyl An Impossible word he answered with well nffecteil gayety M ipleasant Journpy to you Then tho carriage rolled away and Gpcuccr and he were loft nlpae pun rpmbe secured the front dose nail they walked nlowjy bnck to the library You know Paris well buncombe raid Have you ever heard of thc eA peQploi SI1eUcorsnilleil Usly dearfehlosvl lie exclaimedDo St Ethol Is one of the first rubles In France I have seen him at the rl1CCJ many times Not the sort pf people to lend tbqn selves to anything shady The last in the world Spencer answered She was tho Comtosso do 1 ailbUAl and betPIJjlf them they are connected with litilrn doaw royal horsed nil3buslii6isll geillng ex cccdluglyI Interesting DunconibeS Hut Duncombo was thinking of the empty room To Jle Cbntliinctl ROGERS LIVERWORT TAR AND CANCHALAGUA Par the complete cure of Coughs Cotii Asthma anil Bronchltti and ill Lung cam olintateadingtoCmuinplloo Liverwort Tarahd Wild Cherry have lor ages main tatned lOa etlnbllibed teoulation asa tandiid Cough Remedy It conmlni no opiuib or harrr tot dreg can ho given with utoty to children Price ll 00 Sold byAlrey ft Mat Wllllami Mfg Cor Props Cleveland 0 Mutual Fears At a prlvato muslcalo in now York given by a prominent society woman there wore present a number of American composers among thorn Victor Herbert s- In tho absence of one of tho sins prs scheduled to appear a syoung woman was asked to stn something at Herberts After many objections and protestations evident ly for effect tho young woman finally made her way tq the Plano I shall sing the serenade from Mr lIor orts opera of that name coP1IinntIgt Herbert sno addedii i IIBut oh Mr HerJert Ira afrai jI cant slnglll I Never mind rosponded Herbert Iro assurlngly I nmtoolayJlp- plncous t Largest Leather Bl1lii In the equipment of the Dempsey Lumber companys hoy eawmlli at Tacoma Wush Is the larg it single tYfoUrjIp tie centers of tho hides of 225 steers to make It and each piece of this llather was separately stretched lxt putlunggI or fastening otc any kindwereused ex cojit cement of the best Quality and the pits wero cemented together tin Ijr a hydraulic pressuro of 2vb tons JL Vyoodcraft J WIseHos very wealthy firs WiseYes and very stingy and m nWlsoColIO now youro not suroof that You musnt Judgoni faun by his clothes Mrs WlsoJI Wnt Im Judging him by hhis s f1rhO I Press I only way to conflrm a man Jn trains is to keep warning iihIm eR1r0bt them 1 L MESSENGER BOY RISKS TO POSITION OF K1XAGKR KOll WKSTIWN UNION Sniiiuel qulsenbcrry Comes Hack f Front Memphis to Take ClmtKo of Local bnlce Mr Samuel Qulsouborry formerly of Paducah but latu of Memphis has been appointed manager of the Pa- ducah office of the Western Union Telegraph company and will arrive tomorrow to assume his duties Ho started In the Paducah office as messenger boy over fifteen years ago and worked his way to bo ono of the chief operators Ho was tempted to Memphis and canto back to Paducah but four years ago returned to tho Tennessee metropolis Only lately ho resigned with the company to take the position of wire chief with tho Cumberland Telephone company Ills family is now in Texas for their health and will follow him here Mr Qulsenberry succeeds Mr J D El more resigned who hUll been horn for the past two years POLITICAL PRISONERS ESCAPE 11USSIAX PRISON St Petersburg May 7 In an attack on tho prison at Alexandrovlkl yesterday thirteen political prisoners were liberated and the duet Inspec tor of the prison killed While the Easter services were in progress n pans of revolutionists entered the buildingshot an inspector and threw two bombsfThe prisoners escaped In ttime confusion r Holds Up Train To Kill Man Savannah Ga May 7 Henry Manlgnult held up a Central of Georgia passenger train Just after it left the union depot in order to kill Jamos Lewis who Maulgault says had robbed him of 50 at cards Ma nlgault started after Lewis but the latter ran Manlgault then got hs Winchester and learning Lewis had taken refuge on a train just leaving he shouted to th j engineer to stop Tho engineer did not obey until Ma ulgault sqnt a bullet through tho cab Lewis leaped oft and ran but was shqt down immediately Manl gault rushed to tho dying man got the money out of his pockets and standing oft the cjowd with the Win- Chester escaped HostouH First IttilUlIng lair Two hundred and twoutyslk years ago a house was burned in Boston which lled to the promulgation of the first building law This tact de veloped1 at a legislative heating this week and when tod by Assistant So leitor Ohlld aroused groat Interest The order passed on March lb 1081 was ns foHows About noon thechmpeny Mr Thomas Sharps house In Boitoh tools fire Tho wind dense the Are to Jlr Colburns house and burned that dpwn also For the prevention whereof in our novf town Intended this somer to bee bullded wo havo order ed that noo man theco shall build his chimney with wood nor corer his house with thach which was read- ilyI assented untoDoston Herald theresCleveland Jttfjgers Reminds mo of a big fire Jiggers Huh daggorsHeap of smoking ruins Cleveland tOaden I theyr making of n good man in him Yes fall ho needs is to have somo ono ImhnrhllnaolphladPress tHost people seem to enjoy coming out of a church more than they do going In Its tough oven on the stx tooter when ho has ono foot In the grave Ladies and Mens Clothes I Cleaned and pressed by competent men Called for and delivered in covered wagon Prices reasonable Satisfaction guaranteed Club Membership 100 per month FFAULTLESS PRESSING CLUB SE WItEI Pry Phones 1507 1loth l 1- c r 4- t0 t t0 t0x J Jo Z itC x ij tj rTJ co FIREWORKSAt PARKTonight 1 The most magnificent display ever given in this section weather permitting Free POSITIONSContract given backed by 300000 00 capital and 18 yours success 1 AUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS IP2S Colleges in 16 States Indorsed by business mon No vacation LEARN BY MAIL lbortlhLaw Letter AVrltlor trttlnir etc Money back PADUCAH 310 Broadway or EvansvIlle St Louis or Memphis Tim Fanners Institute Farming In theory at least has been taken from the catalogue of plodding drudgery and placed in that of a vocation In which success de ponds not more upon Industry than upon knowledge The farmers institute is tho outgrowth of this move ment supplemental of tho work of the agricultural college and tho gov ernment oxporlmsnt station This be tag true it Is an institution that lias an Important place in the evolution Of the science of agriculture and far mprs should mako it a point of con sclonco lookingto time advanpomont df their vocation and Interests to See Ural the boys and girls of their 1nii- selvesPortland attend as well as them Oregonlfln Beauties of Out LungIiage Two members of the Princeton faculty according to Harpers Week ly during a recent hurried trip to Now York wore on a Broadway car EVANSVILLE PADUOAH ANT OilIRO LINE lacorporated Evan vUle and Paducah Packet Daijy Except Sunday Steamers Joe fowler and John S Hopkins leave Paducah for Evan rille and way landings at 11 a m Special excursion rate now in et feet from Paducah toBvansvlllo au return UO Elegant musIc on tit- twatl Tabi unsurpassed STEAMER DISK FOWLER Lames Paducah for Calro and wj landings at 8 a m eharpo dally ex cept Sunday Special excursion rate now in effect from Paducah to Calm and return with or without meals and room Good music and table unsurpassed For further information Apply t S A Fowler General Pass Jgent 01t Given Fowler City Pass Agent v FowlerCruKbangk ft Coa sss- liti pltttMall lie IIr N W W aGH aGLj 4Z 0x o 3 ww Securedor Money Back COLLEGES 19completingJlonie Study or Catalogue P cu tttendlnf I College phone old ins or coq on or address Manager DraullhoDa lractioai Business College a s I when lb was topped by a blockade As they were near their destination Whey decided to get out and walk Tho block svgs however soon lifted and the car overtook them When we left the car said ono of tho highbrows who by the way has a bit of the Colt In him I bysoWnghavo been better oft It we lad stayed pn Half of the power of tnouMo UPS In the disturbance it raises as It ap proach 01 IIts w to a mans credit It ho can truthfully say that Ills credit Is good Chicago News I tEE LINE STEAMERS 3 Plying between Memphis Evans- villea Louisville Cincinnati St n Louis and Vicksburg Leaves a Memphis every Tuesday for Lvansvllle Louisville and Cm a clnnatl Lcuto Cincinnati every I Wednesday for St Louis Mem- phisa and Vicksburg Pass Iadu 3 9 ThursdayPassPaducalt I Saturday I AgentITelephone COB r liT LOUIS AD TENNESSKE RIVER PAOIOiT COJnANT FOn TENNESSEE RIVER STEilEX Cllii i RlveelEvelEUGENE ROBINSON Clerk This company Is not resjionalbl tor invoice charges unltM collect l If tilt eltrlcrHH bwrt- e A p- n Iiii 1i J U Iii1 UL- I Jr r In JIIP d T T p r C f fAMxran OTE PAP tJOAH EVENING BUN TUESDAY MAY 7t 1W J L d I 1H For H- H 25Ce11S- We will sell for a lImited time only i goodii I Girdle Made by one of the leading Girdle houses was corsetll seU at 39c a short time you tttmay have one for t I Ill 25OenS 1 1II tt- ss OCILVIES Corset Depadment 1 1 YSETTLING KIUK LOSSES WITH FURNITURE COMPANY f Garner Bros proprietors of the furniture company which was dam aged two weeks ngo by fire have set tled the loss with insurance adJust- ers at a304Y0 They suffered the most damage from water to goods f onlho second and third floors The adjusters have not yet arrived to settle Guy Nan cos loss Mr Nance is proprietor of tho Guy Nance Son undertaking establishment and suffered a loss of fully 3000 I thought you told me you were playing the heavy part In this spec tacular drama So I am Why you dont oven appear on the stag Oh yes I do Im the hind legs ot the elephant Baltlmroe American Englands population Is increasing at the rate of iper centn year i t The Central Power House t of Publicity Xewaduys ono central power house can furnish electricity for running street cars lighting a cltror for cooking a dinner or running n sewing machine Wliat was mere hallucination about electricity 20 years ago Is now mere matteroffact Nowadays also one central POWKRHOUSB OP PUBLI CITYsuch us this newspap er represents and ISelUl fur I nlsli publicity to one man suf ilclent to run n store or to develop an entire suburban 4ttown and to another enough to rent a furnished room or to sell n secondhand sewing ma chine Electricity Itself leas not a tithe of the uses that are pos ftlblo to publicity nor lIs it any iiioro certain and effec thc In Its workings and re sults WHATKVKIl TASK YOU IIAV13 FOR IT PUBLICITY IS A TIRUL1S FORCB THAT NEVER SHIRKSr TIIAT NEVER PROVES TO BI1 TOO KXPENSIVE- THI5 COST OK A WANT AD IN TUB SUN IS ONB PBNT A WORD xf OFFICIAL COUNT MAKES NO CHAM I Democratic Committco Meets and Canvasses Vote QBlccrs of lrlmary May 2 Counted Votes Carefully and Figures Were Xot Questioned HOW TIIEY STAND IN KXCE No change was made in the result of tho Democratic primary held May 2 as announced in Tho Sun when the Democratic city committee met last night and canvassed tho returns FollowingI the result of the canvass of the committee last night For Mayor Harrison 70C Pot tel G20 Davis C57 For City Attorney John G Mil ler Jr G25 Frank Lucas 397 L L Harper 715 City Treasurer WmKraus 855 John W McKnight 787 For City clerk Maurice McIntyre 1028 Henry Bailey 739 City Assessoi Stewart Dick 83C Wes Orr 894 City Engineer L A Washington 12GO City Jailor Mann W Clark 391 Joseph Purchase 221 Al Hymarih 82 Wm Rogers 133 Samuell Bead les 392 R M Miles 117 Wm Read 337 Samuel Eakor 85 John Fowler 78 For AldermenJames H Sleuth 879 Will Hummel 423 Frank B Smith 727 Virgil Sherrlll 704 Andy Nleman515J S Hunt 204 A W Grief 770 Harry George 44C Lillard Sanders 373 George B Rouse 474 Councilmen First Ward George Hannln 886 C W Morrison 534 Second WardLuther Graham 54G Efflo Williams 4G5 James Downs 319 Third WardOllie P Leigh 952 Fourth Ward Lon Crandall 581 Fred Kreutzer 731 Fifth Ward Eugeno Tuttle 589 James McCarthy G 4 G Thomas Orr 585 Rtloy Stewart 217 Sixth Ward Low Barnes 754 Henry McGee 477 iSchool Trustee First Ward Thomas Nance 710 T H Clayton 425 Second WnrdD T Davis G49 Ben Welllo G31 Third Ward Frank Boone 481 Samuel Winstead 739 Fourth Ward George LaMoore 271 John Cole 442 Fayette Jones 055 Fifth Ward Albert Metcalf 025 Lum Butter 3S9 Sixth WardM S Price 472 Henry Bramo 298 Thomas Good man 577 UNSEASONABLE AVEATHER Will Injure Crops and Cause Late IChlcagoI II pr9valiedllatolyif tho west has radically changed tho t AtlthePus sections are so contradictory I that commission houses havo been largely at sea as to what actual damage has been done There is however a general belief that the crop will be short as com pared with that of last year both in wheat and oats The estimates of the deficiency runs as high In winter I wheat as HIOOOOOOI bushels Not So Pessimistic Chicago May 7Reports of damage J to crops which have been so numerous of late owing to the unseasbn able weather and ravages of bugs have been greatly exaggerated according I to Secretary of Agriculture Wilson who Is In Chicago today For Side Written bids will be receded at the Mayors office up until 0 oclock p m Thursday May flth at the City Hall for tho Old City Hospital on South Fifth street Bidders will state how much they will pay cash with balance on time bearing interest Tho city reserves the right to reject any and all bids D A YEISER Mayor Notice Wo think we can save you money on your concrete sidewalks We guaranteo all ours and are ready at- aU times to give estimates Come to see us at our office 12C South fourth street or phone us 490 over the old phone I CONTRACTOR WEIKBL And there Isnt anything that troubles some people moro than looking for trouble and not finding it 1 f RIYER o L River Stages Cairo 337 13 rise Chattanooga 79 12 rise Cincinnati 215 XJ2 rise Evansville 215 01 fall Florence Usslng- Johnsonvllle 17558 rise Louisville 81 03 tall Mt Carmel 72 iaJta1 Nashville 203 9Crise Plttsburg C8 I3tall St Louis 178 01 fall Mt Vernon 204 0G fall Paducah 258 23 rise Rain 328 Inches of it has fallen in the last 48 hours And with the prospect of more river men are be ginning to speculate on the probablE rise hero Tho rains havebeen gen oral and heavy and the 22rise of Saturday and Sunday has jumped to 23 feet in the last 24 hours The country creeks are filling and with no more rain than has fallen a stags of 30 feet seems likely for this point The banks have become slippery and loading the boats is hard work flue mess is fair considering the depress ing Influence of tho weather On May 7 last year the stage was t64 and rising As much rain has fallen in the first seven days of this month as fell throughout April Jt looks like last January when nearly 13 Inches fell breaking all monthly rec ords and sendingthe river to 40 feet On account of a small break In the machinery the Bettlo Owen made no trips yesterday put is back in the ferry trade today Captain Mike Williams ottbo ways will go to Louisville tomor row morning on business The City of Saltillo will arrlvd on Wednesday evening from St Louis J on the up trip to the Tennessee river Harvey Eager second clerk on the Shiloh arrived in tho city on the Clyde last night for a visit Tho Clyde arrived early this morn ing from the Tennessee river and is unloading at Brookport today The Clyde will leave Wednesday evening for tho Tennessee Jriver On account of the grand army cel ebration at Shiloh the Kentucky carried an excursion from RIvcrton Ala to the battlefield today The iKentucky had several Paducahahs aboard on leaving hero last Saturday The ButtorTf will arrive early In the morning from Clarksvitle and leave at noon Wednesday for Nash vine The Georgia Leo will lleave Mom phis today for Cincinnati passing hero Thursday- As expected the leak in the Beards hey was found at the Intake pipe The Beardsley will get off Wednes day as will the Lizzie B Archibald The John S Hopkins was In and out Iii the Evansvlllo trade today with good business Coal for the West Kentucky Coal company will arrive tonight In tow of the Harvester several of the 28 pieces will be Ileft here and tho liar vester will go on down to Memphis and Vicksburg The A R Buddo stopped at Louisville Tho Scotia arrived yesterday after withisla The Meter was lot off tho dry docks late this afternoon In firstclass shape IThe bharls Turner returned from unloading at Joppa and the boilers are being cleaned today preparatory to leaving Wednesday for the Cum borland river after ties When the Bluespot arrived from up the Ohio there will be few better towboats in tho Paducah harbor The Dluespot Is a HolcombHayes boat and formerly was the Wllmot The Louisiana will coal hero Wednesday on her way from Cairo to Evansville where an excursion will be run Traffic around the river front will be facilitated when the new brick streets are laid at the top of the wharf Only 8foot pavements will be built affording as much street as possible J Ofllclal Forecasts The Ohio at Evansvllle and lit Vernon wlllVcontinuo falling during the next 24 hours At Paducah and Cairo not much change during the next 24 hours with a rising ten doncyThe Tennessee at Florence no ma- terIal change and at Johnsonvlllo will rise during the next 24 hours TIle MlBslsIppt from below St Louis to Cairo and the Wabash at lilt Carmel not much change during the next 24 hqurs r 1500 What have you to offer IN n four er five room house near TO shopsvat flROO Wo want it quick Both PhOnies 127 II 0 Holllns Rent Estate o and Ilcntals Tri ekeart Bhlg i VA bad 1 ltUOiIIs often better Ilion the yeah thing e n GREAT CROWD t a ATTENDS OPENING OF WALLACE PARK CASINO Fra DlavoloIs Sung by Excellent ConiaHy Same Bill and Fire J WorksTONight i The great crowd that attended the opening of the Casino at Wallace park last night evidently had con tempt for the weather or had become so accustomed to the article the weather maa has been handing out recently that it would npt let oven torrents of rain deny iIla few hours entertainmentl for tho theater was full from orchestra pit to tho last beat on the back row The perform finco was good a Ithe audience Bopjl natured and appreciative The Beggar Prince Opera com pany was the attraction and Fra Dlavolo the bill It is the same Company thatwnshere last summer The leading parts were well taken taro of and the chorus too sang well MlssNola as Zerllna Mr Bronti as Fra Dlavolo nd1Ir Lea Ve411e as Lorenza have splendid voices and no little dramatic talent On the whole the perform ance is far better than the average summer opera company Owing to the Inclement weather the fireworks display was postponed it will be given tonight if the weather permits Fra Dlavolo will bo repeated tonight and tomorrow night La Mnscotto will be the bill r THEATRICAL NOTES f WALLACE PARK CASINO Monday 1 Fro Dlavola Tuesday Fra Diavola Wednesday La l Iascott Iliursduy La Maxcotto Friday t Said Pasha Saturday inntlncu and night Said Pasha i =r Manager Malone of the Wallace dark theateriiis Booking some excel lout traveling companies for his summer theater aid promises his lpqt rOilS a high sunpara of attractions today he closed with Edouard stockacteraq moat of his cqmpany Vnuldraan puts on such sterling attractions as Ibsens Ghosts and plays of equalt Urength His company comesln June Cleveland minstrels have also been booked for a weeks engage meat1 r CIVIL WAR VETERAN Returns to Old Homo lifter Long i Military Service General S L Woodward UlS A retired is In the city today visiting his old home His return to the city is different from his departure in LSCi when he was forced to leave on account of the strong southern sentiment in tho city At that time ho enlisted in the federal army and after the civil war enlisted In the regular army General Woodward has seen 44 years active service having been retired two years ago He spent two years Intho Philippine lands The parents of General Wood ward lived In Paducah many years the homestead then aKnow being at Iifth and Clark streets Kite father Jr E Woodward died here In 1894 Many friends of General Woodward now live in the city and he will be here attending to business affairs for several days TRAYHLING IAN 11 TWO SONG NITS THAT HILL i3E SUNG IN IT 0 i j Mr Bpyks Wooltolklies Opportunity To FurnishI Material For Ollle Macks Next Productions Mr Boyle Woolfolk au thorand composer of The Traveling 1I nttho musical mixture to be presented here on May 10 under the auspices of the Charl tjr club and Humane society receiv eda letter from OllleMack thethe atrical manager and actor and joint star of Murray Mack the two pop ular Irish comedians staling he would like to produce the play next season Mr Mack In tho future in tends to devote most of his time to managing instead of acting and has already Closed a contract with Mr Woolfblk to produce his Ragtime opera The Gold Dust Twins next season playinp the Dollar houses His idea in producing The Tray cling Man is to make a big produc tion playliA the best houses only with a cast of recognized ability Mr Woolfolk is to meet Mr Mack In Now York In June when all arrange ments for both shows will be com pleted The Murray Mack company is using this season two of Mr Wool folks song hits She Lpoks Like Candy to Mo and Miss Hortenso both of which are thee hits ottllE show These two songs are also sung in The Traveling Man and Will be heard here the night of the perform ance i l I AsCENSION DAY 1 oo This week Is a week of important MondayI tion days and Thursday is Ascension day Of these the most Important pis Ascension day tHe dayon which the Catholic church celebrates Christs ascension into h ave1It Is always celebrated 4 days after Easter Sunday It was on this liar more than lb centuries ago tHat Chrlstlafter Ills resurrection from three grave ascend ed Into heaven He had remained 40 days among His apostles and disciples teaching them the things they were to preach lothe worldBefore leaving them lie promised that lho paraclete the Holy Ghpst would come upon them He did come ten dales after the ascen sion I Hence it is that Ascension Jay Is one of the holy days of obligation in the Catholic church and every member of the church is bound to hear mass i The rogation dayslIre upon which the Catholicpriests anij people pray to God to bless the fields and cattle and to bless the pppnle wlth sdasonabje weathern 1 FIVE OR SIX ROOM RESIDENCE WANTED v Wo have a buyer for a five or six r oom residence between Broadway and Trimble street Your house may exactly nil the requirements Submit your offers at once to II O Jlolllns Real Estate and Rentals Truchearl Jldg Both Phones 127 Will ypuho mina Yestin we are married Till we are married Yesthenyou11 be mineClevel- andLeader v The wortd usogtMOOO tons of rub- bel yearly The demand exceeds the supply The ThlnklnlMan Saves money by corn log to us for his own and hIS boys clothes He finds here Broad way quality buti not Broadway pr cell He finds asaving of from 250 to 500 over Broadway prices Call and let us show you our line of SuIts at 85019 00 312 813 50and15ot- AU WorstedBlue- S tges at 9 00 as Sold op samoI at 81250 B a grades at J12 50 318 Do You Need iTSKSS If so call and we will sell you a pair for 6c Have You Seen the TSg knockabout pants we are offering at 89c Its an opportunity you should not miss THE MODEL112 ST YESTRYELEOTED PARISH OF GRACE CHURCH HELD LAST NIGHT Ii i Reports For Your Show Church To Ileum Ercrileilt Condition In Every Way The regularnnnualmeettng of the parish of grace Episcopal church was held last nlghi Jn the parish house of she church Routine busi ness only was transacted The follow- Ing members were elected to the ves try for the ensuing year Messrs George Langstaff Lawrence Dallam Muscoe Burnett Alexander Kirkland Harry George Cook Husbanda Ned Baker Joseph Gardner Charles K W eelerl Be Nash W F Brad shaw Jr The report for thejrear showed the church in ring growing condition along all lines of work yroocash balance s60 peel month with Interest AYliat have you to sell In the way of a five to seven rooni house on these terms Property must be Iqca ed In good locality and worth tho money asked Would con sldcr Soutli Side ns far down as Sixth and Tennessee It will cost you nothing to investigate this propose I tion and it may In a quick side boasWo have both Use them No li27 II C Holllns Truelicart Build tgeCliangOv On Broadway Beat On account of the illness of Pai trplman James Brennan of the Broad way beat Patrolman James Clark has been transferred to the Thlrji street ajid Jersey beat and Patrol J 1 1 The Thiikinf Motherii Saves money by bring Ing us her boy to lit out Jn One of our 3 piece combination Suits coat and two pair of pants there by avoiding a broken suit when the boy ruins one pair of pants Any boy will wear out 2 ormore I pairs of pants to onp p coat On knee Pants we are particularly strong and can saveImother money on her boys pants STRAW HATSIl New Clean out nobby styles at 25c 50o 100 125 8150 andr92 00 Also full line ot Sun hatstat lOo 15c 23o 40c and 50p Mexican braids for men boys and children Mills air IllS NoMy Heaiwu- rInblaeki jjrhstone umbra and all the new shades at near- Ing of from 50o to 8100 over Broadway Store prices Sec the latest shapes new ones coming Thee Earli ielsewhefeat50csizcs31 3Qand38ln waist only Goat 35o a pair Our Shoes Please begrcat est val u 0 ever offered the public Is our Shoe offerings See window did play SOUTH SECOND F I PADUCAHS CHEAP CASH STORE MEETING 1 n man JN Moore to the Broadway beat Patrolman Brennans illness Is not serious i Now slr began tho agent this book Aint got no use for it1 snapped the busy merchant AliiI your mlstakon sir This encyclp podia devotes at least ten pngbsto JI grammar- srhlladelphla Presi d J ruSt i Few Uses as a Medicine Very highlyertiFyreQomuiended fpr chronic dyspepsia and indigestion also habitualt con stlpatlon For children It will be found useful la colds hoarseness and for weak sickly children It iIs par excellence as a tonlo and lesh buljder tonIingu thestomach Jl Sad correcting IQ digestion and a dlsposltion fIwtion We can mr 4 recommend this oil to be ab6oltiteII t I ly the purest oil 4la Jon the market I Wohlvoltln 35J 60oaod fl bottles Give It atrlalandh be convinced of Its value We also have a complete new stock E of drugs cberajcals patent medcines and tolltt articles A full line ot Pat mers and HazelPs perfumes and toilet preparations Pre8X5rlptlpnsIled bYlfregistered pharmacists only Free telephone Delivery to any part of the city S H WINSTEADI H4triM7SC Sestl Mt irNdwwi R lIt 1 6oing Out of Rusiness r y Je D I 8 OWE JqS J 1l j 4 w r The Jeweler 224 Broadwayii Sellings out at auction Afternoons and h evetiipgse Presents given away after each i sale Gome everybody 0 arr I i J t 5 fi f A n n n 4tS n- a r 1