You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Paducah evening sun: n. Thursday, November 14, 1907. The Paducah evening sun. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Sun Pub. Co., Paducah, KY 1907 pac1907111401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Paducah evening sun: n. Thursday, November 14, 1907. The Paducah evening sun. Sun Pub. Co., Paducah, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. n 1 f 1 4 fi t abnt4bbth sunVO- L r I r XXII NO 115 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 14 1907 TEN CENTS PElt WEEK POLICE CUT SHORT BRIEF CAREER AS CONFIDENCE MAN Bernard Thorno is Charged With Getting 00 From Logan County Stranger and ia Arrested Before Ho Can GetAway From Paducah I 1 J P ADUISOX SAW SIGHTS Tho police bolo that In the ar test of Uunrard Thorn on tho Large or fleecing J r Addlson a logan county farmer out Of 90 In cash they have nipped in tine bud the career of a conndvnce mar the bung ling work he did or tho Job last nlht causing till officers to think it was one of his first attempts According to the story Addlson told Judge Crow this morning he- met Thorn who Is young and handsome and flashily drcfsed on tha platform at the Nortonvllle station Thorno engaged him In conversation and finding out tint he was coming to Paducah prtvailod upon Addison to pay tits way hers telling him that his father liedl hurt and he would return the money as soon as they should arrive After arrival here Thorno Rid Ms father was out In thq country and would return this morning Addlson said that they went to several saloons and finally became sllghOy Intoxicated and Thome suggested that they go to tho Western Turf 119 Broadway and engage a room This toy dkl and Thorno wrote upon the register J 13 Jlosklnu and father They wore assigned to room 9 at the hotel and retired Ad dlftm raid he awake sometime about midnight and found that Thome was gone with Id In money which he bad In his troutvr pocket Ho reported the matter to tho po lice and a searh was made for Thorno Ho was found in a room above Dud Quarles atponat tho Union station He was arrested and 15 was found on hit potion Thorno wax locked up and this morning all arraigned before Judge Cron on a charge of grand larceny the trial bung set for next Wednes day He told the Judge this mornlnp that hit home H at Cerulean Springs nnU that his falher lives there lie has been in Paducah boforo and has a number of acquaintances tore Mm Tiiiuly CctH 9iit Insurance adjustors yesterday Allowed Mn Harry Tandy 993 to rover damage to her residence at Twelfth and Broadway which was partially destroyed by flro ten days ago J Preparing 1IU llrlif Attorney C C Orasiham Is pro paring a brief In tho caso of O p- Lusher representing the creditors against J D Foley bankrupt of Smlthland SIOXMOtTII COILKOB I- SIttItISIi9TUIIT DKVII Pcorla III Nov 14Mesagev from Monmouth III states that the college Is burning and one student was killed by falling walls I 1 XXKIIMAX IS SINUOUSLY 111 OF IIKAUT TIIOUHLK London Nov 14lremler Ban nerman IS seriously 111 of heart trouble JOHNSON FOR BRYAN cleveland Nov HTom Johnson mayor In a statement says that under no circumstances will ho ac cept the presidential nomination Ho will support Bryan Johnson re fused an Invitation to attend the Bryan banquet at Washington and the Commercial club dinner at Kan BOS City LOUISVILLE TO HAVE STREET CAR STRIKE Louisville Nov 14Special- tt an all nlght meeting of tho street car employes last night n vote was taken to strike at midnight tonight Tho company refused to arbitrate about reinstating IS men fired for muse Conferences are In progress the mayor and directors of the city railway being appealed to to stop the strike Nearly 1000 morn aro Inv volved Grain Market St louli Nov 14Special- WheatttIJI Icorn C2 4tiOl1ts 49 H j ST BERNARD COAL COMPANY RESIGNS RIVER TRADE FORI LACK OF CARS TO ITS MINES Mas Been in Trade Here ThirtyTwo Years But Railroad Conditions are Just Now Adverse Coal car shortage In Kentucky and particularly In west Kentucky has caused the St Dernard Coal company which has been In the river coal busi ness in Paducah 32 years to withdraw from that branch of tho local coal business This move has ben Imminent for the last twbiior three years owing to the grisidlsadvan Isage to which this company has been placed through lack of transportation facilitiesAs as local coal dealers can see there Is no prospect of an im provement In tho coal car service this winter over last winter It anything TbejIllrpsontI especially in the faco of an undoubted decline In prices In almost all lines With tho withdrawal of tho St Ber nard Coal company from the river trade the immense river business IR the Paducah harbor acknowledged tho largest steamboat city In tho United States goes to tho West Kentucky Coal company How long tho West Kentucky Coal company will have the field undis puted III not known as the PIttsburg Coal company receiving Its coal also by river and unhampered by railroad transportation problems may enter tho trade at any time This proba bility becomes practically a certainty as tho big tipple being built by the PIttsburg Coal company on the river bank near tho Paducah furniture fac tory nears completion It was an nounced at tho beginning of this structure that It would be the largest coal elevator In the United Stales and equipped with the most modern devices for rapid and economical handling of coal It IIt said that a new device tto load steamboats lu a fraction of the tlmo now required by band will be a feature of tho new tipple which If realized will add interest to tho competition for tho boat business as the method of loading by hand Is tedious Two gigantic companies will come Into competition If tho West Kentucky Coal company and the PIttsburg Coal company clash for the trade Each gets Its coal by river la uninterrupted streams of barges and each had tho St Bernard Coal company at a dis advantage for tha reason Hereto fore It has been necessary to bring tho St Bernard coal from tho mines by rail and unload It at the tipple In Mcchanlrsburg onto barges whence It was taken to the companys docks at tho foot of Kentucky avenue From the barges here It was loaded to the boats Tho other companies load to the bouts from tho original barges brought from tho mines at Caseyvlllo anti PIttsburg Thirtytwo Yearn Thirtytwo years ago the St Der nard Coal company entered tho river trade in Paducah and was the solo company In the business For years tho company flourished and Indeed has nourished until the car shortage of the last few years rendered Its supply of river coal uncertain At first the company owned Its own dummy cars which were specially built for tho tipple and wore ten or twelve feet long Tho Illinois Cen tral furnished a small engine and a train of these cars arrived from tho minIs every day As long as this system was followed no trouble was experienced Dut later large coal cars wore attached to the small cars FOUR MENTIONED FOR PRESIDENCY OF SCHOOL BOARD Presidential bees are not only humming around aspirants for tho chlot executives position at Wash ington In the wwl Yard here a vhole hive seems to have broken IOOBQ and tho race may bo ra varied is it la In the larger political arena Mentioned for tho position of presil dent ofthe school board are three new members Meparo S H Win stead J K Dondurant and W J Hills while of tho old members C Q Kelly Is tho vrinclpal aspirant Several nominations probably will ro suit In the Decembor meeting when President Potter steps out unless the situation clarifies and some one man Is the general choice and larger engines and It was found that the small cars would not remain on i the track whIm coupled to the larger ones Mr Harahan now the railroads president personally looked Into the situation and agreed as a solution to furnish tho company 25 cars for Its exclusive use bringing five cars hero every day These cars were labeled and for a few months ran exclusively from tho mines to the tipple here Soon however they began to get scattered and the regu lar five cars a day dwindled to three two and sometimes one a day and that was the beginning of the trouble which has now caused tho St Her rfard to withdraw from the river business fho St Bernard comapny hero owns the towboat Mary N which it Is renting for towing purposes a number of barges and has leased wharfage space between Kentucky avenue and Washington street What disposition tcttl bb made of these facilities including tho tipple has not been announced at the offices of the companyDOUMA CONVENES REDS THREATEN TO DESTROY PALACE 1St Petersburg Nov HThothird douma opened at 11 oclock today In the Tnurld palace which Is surrounded with troops i Nicholas Homalkbff waa elected yuapsaltlhandbills Intention to blow up the assembly No eliot was more carefully guarded than the palace The douma Is rev garded as the tool In the court pa- rtS hands It was lpacked by mon archists during the elections Machine guns wore placed opposite tho palace to command all approaches C ST L 4 N 0 HELD Frankfort Ky Nov 14SIIe- clalThe court of appeals by Com missioner Clay affirmed the case of the commonwealth by revenue agent against the Chicago St Louis New Orolans railroad Tho suit was to have the franchise of the road assessed for taxation for tho years 1S99 to 1904 as omitted property JACK TAR IN TOWN A Holtz chief water tender and A L Deranek gunners mate repre senting the United Stator navy aro In tho city to recruit for the navy The office Is In the basement of the postofflco and Indications are for numerous enlistments during their two weeks stay here Sailor life IE entertainingly explained by the two men Hanson McCann of 1041 Jef ferson street a member of tho crew of tho battleship Kentucky Is In the city on u furlough preceding the trip of his ship around Cape Horn He will return to the ship In the next few days THE WEATHEK FAIR llrto1lIAht curd Friday Not much change In tempiratlin1 IIIglicHtl r trininrntiiro yesterday 43 lowest to ilny 38 q Dear Doctor Physicians fees have at last yielded to the upward pressure of prices and henceforth patients will pay 264 for a day visit and f 5 for a night visit after IP oclock This Is an Increase of 50 c rata for the day and one dollar for the night visits Inquiry among the doctors asto the Increase revealed that they haw to buy bread and meat and pay plumb ers coal dealers and led men hire carpenters and bricklayers just like all other citizens and at the advanced prices tho great common people are paying for all commodities For 21 years they jay the fees for physio lava visits have remained stationary at 2 for Hie1 day and 4 for the night visits In Paducah and they point to the greatly lttcreated1 cost of living at a Justification for the advance SpoculatloiiVto going the rounds as to whether ItVould be cheaper to die right off than to have an extended spell of sickness DAY RIDERS GO TO HOPKINSVILLE TO WARN THE BUYERS I Hopklnsvllle Ky Nov HeSpec- ial SIx masked men dragged John Wicks a tobacco buyer from the home of William West in north Christian and beat him severely They forced him to dress and saddl his horse and ride to HopKlnsvllIe tolling him they would bang him If ho returned Ho Is in a serious con dition Word was received hero that day riders are en route hero from North Christian to order buyers not to buy any more tobacco Owensboro Ky Nov 145poc- la1The big tobacco lain of Vowells Uros was destroyed by fire at West Louisville this county last night Seven thousand pounds were burned The loss Is 1000 Vowells had not pooled his tobac- coPYTHIANrCASTLE ONE OF THE PLANS OF LOCAL LODGE Paducah as the home of fine churches Is likolj to achieve a repu tation as the home of fine lodge buildings If the spirit of the lodges to get Into quarters of their own continues The Knights of Pythias have a welldeveloped case of home sickness and a committee Is activelyI at work on plans for a new homo for the lodge Arrangements have not advanced for enough for prices to be secured on property but this stage of the desire will arrive In the near future The building and property now owned by the Womans club on Kentucky avinuo near Sixth street was a favored location for a lodge home but it was bought by the Wo mans club before definite action could bo taken by the Knights of Pythias The property at Sixth street and Kentucky avenue which Is vacant is also considered a fine location and several other corners near the business district have been sug gceted It is not expected that the Knights of Pythias will erect as elaborate a building as would bo floe essary on Broadway where the opportunity to rent offices makes a large Investment profitable but the building will bo commodious and a thoroughgoing homo Neighborly visits among tho lodges of Knight of Pythias In the vicinity of Paducah siam to be a wellestab lluheU custom Monday night the lo cal K of P lodge will be visited by the lodges from May field and Metrop oils and an evening of lodge work and social enjoymentwill be spent Probably forty will come from Hayfields In fact nearly the whole lodge which Is a creation of tho Paducah lodge and perhaps thirty will come from Metropolis Second and third rank work will be carried out by the visiting lodges and abanquot will end the evening OTHREEMORE PRECINCTS County Judge R T Llghtfoot will recommend to the county court that before another election the precincts of tollmans KIrkpatrlcks and Sav agos be divided and a new voting precinct w created from each At the reccu + election 4S2 votes were register Ji at tollmans 425 at Kirk patrick and 425 at Savages iitn1 n Continuance Mam ic Cato charged with cutting Aunt Ihoebe was given a continu mice In police court until Tuesday FIELD TRIALS OF BIRD DOGS BEGIN ON NEXT TUESDAY Valuable Animals are Being Brought Hero on Their Way to La Center From All Sect ions of Country Many are Already in the Field SPOUTSMEX EXPECT TO I1UXT Tho field trials and competitive contests of bird dogs to be hold at La Center beginning next Tuesday Is of absorbing Interest now to those who are fond of shooting quail and tho event promises to bring a large crowd of sports to the pretty little city la Dallard county on that day Already fine dogs are be tnning to arrive runny of them from a long distance and reports from down around La Center and Hlnklevlllo la that the fields are full of dogs and their owners who are training for the big contest This morning two hunters Dan Blackwell and S E Holloway from XloholasvIIlo arrived here wth four tine dogs which they will enter and In addition have made arrangements to stay over and butt for several days Another noted hunter to arrive Is Mr Walter Lawall of Easton Pa who brought his 1500 pointer along to enter him In the contests Fortunately for the hunters they will bo able to attend the contests hunt awhile und get away before the new ruling of railroads prohibiting I dogs being checked as regular bag gage goes Into effect Tho opera season for hunting quail begins November 15 and hunters are anxiously awaiting the day and will take advantage of every day possible as the time Is exceedingly short this year In which tho birds may Uo shot In addition to the game laws the hunters have to be careful on whoso premises they hunt as they are lia ble to Indictment for going Into fields without permission of the own ors Many farmers will not extend tho privilege under any circum stances The committee In charge of the arrangements for the field trials have permission from every farmer In the territory that will be covered to enter the fields on the day of the trial and before If it Is desired to try out the dogs but the agreements carry with It that no shooting whatever will bo allowed CASHIERS CHECKS BUY TICKETS AND PAY FOR FREIGHT The Ilinols Central pay car will bo here Saturday and will pay off In checks as has been the invariable custom of the road for years The report current this week that tile company would send the curency hero Is an error according to Super intendent Egan who was In the city last night Tho local banks will cash tho rail road pay checks as usual but they will only glvo cashiers checks In pay ment as they are doing on all checks However tho people have grown ac customed to their use and there should be no trouble for any one Tho merchants In Paducah ore exchanging 105 In trade for the checks which makes them worth more than their par value and is proving quite a stimulant to business Tho Illinois Central Railroad company has Instructed Its local offices freight and passenger to accept cashiers checks lu payment for freight and tickets and every lino of trado now accepts them as readily as cash In denominations front one dollar to twenty they are serving their purpose probably as well as currency would RECORD BURLEY PRICES Louisville Ky Nov 14 Special Record price for 1907 Burley was reached today when a Kentucky house sold S hogsheads of Hart coun tty loot for 1G7C to 17 LOEB DECLINES Washington Nov H Ioebs declination of the presidency of tile i local street car company was to mean that Roosevelt has takenII to run onco more for president had partly promised ho would take the street car Job after the first of I the year f t U B 1 HON JOHN K HENDRICK WILL BE MENTIONED FOR SENATOR I IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY GATLINS ESTATE IS COMPLICATEDBY Judge D H Hughes went to Murray this morning to represent Mr J T McElrath In the litigation result Ing from the settlement of the W P Gatlln estate Mr Oatlln was a wealthy banker of Murray and con trolled an Immenso estate but during the last few months of his life time he was In such condition that Incomplete records were kept of hlssette monts and as a consequence a great tanglo was found when the administrator took charge and a great deal of litigation has resulted Mr Oatlln was In the grocery and hardware business with Mr McElrath but soy eral years before his death sold his interest to Mr McElrath and since his death the administrator has found some notes that did not havo any credits on them while others had credits far In excess of tho face of tho notes and the courts have been Inv voked to straighten out matters INTERURBAN IS WAITING ACTION OF CITY COUNCIL r Interurban operations around Pa ducah await the action of the board of aldermen Dy some oversight the ordinance admitting the Paducah Southern Electric railway Into the city and passed twice by the council board was not referred first tq tho ordinance committee and the alder men committed the paper to that committee If any changes however slight are made In the ordinance by committee It will be necessary for the council again to pass it twice thus delaying the further prpceodSre of the railroad a month or mbro Active operations from Paducah to May- field await this action as the survey ors and engineers cannot get to work until the Paducah franchise is settled THE PEACE CONFERENCE Washington Nov HTho Cen tral American peace conference which is expected to result In making wars between tho five republics Impossible opened this afternoon with Secretary Root making tho address of welcome ST MARYS ACADEMY The new building to bo occupied by St Marys academy Is rapidly nearfhg completion and It Is expected that it will be ready for occupancy by Now Years When completed It will be one of tho handsomest school buildings in Western Kentucky being erected at a cost of about 25000 PADUCAH SHOULD BE ABLE TO REACH CITY THIS MONTH Mayor Yolser might appoint a competent committee of experienced river men to watch tho rivers and when a favorable stage all along the line is shown notify the war depart mont In Washington to send tho gun boat Paducah hero to receive the sliver service was the suggestion thU morning as a means of insuring that tho presentation will take placo In Paducah A lifelong river man said that there should be no difficulty In getting the Paducah up hero as It U not much larger than tho Nashville which came up safely He stated that the river is not as uncertain in tho fall as In the spring when the rises ire swift and often prefaced only by torrential rains It Is more than likely that a stage will tic reached which would permit of tht Paducah coming up and at tho same time not bo too high to prevent pass ago under the Cairo bridge The fair rise will be steady and It closely watched by such a committee shoulc give ample tlmo for a trip of the gunboat front New Orleans to Paducah l Uickuian Countys Representa live is Already for McCrack en County Man and Western Kentucky May Take Up ling Cause Later oil Will Not Say is Candidate But is ILiqiestioncd Thnt Ho Would not Decline to Allow His Naiiio to Go Before the Legislature v Friends of Iron John IIC Hendrick in the First district have started a boom for him for United States sea ator and are confident that should ho enter tho race he would have tho t j support of almost the solid delegation from the First district which would ijcertainlydldate Tho Clinton Gatetle edited by E n Walker chairman of tho Demo cratic committee of HIckman county comes out in an editorial this week calling on tho Democratic representa tives and senators to support Mr Hendrlck Mr Walker Is a close personal friend of Mr Jackson tho rep resentative from Fulton and III J man counties Mr Jackson blnl1 1tho1 senatella very popular In tho First district and as the nominee for attorney general led tha state ticket by several thousand though political enemies In some Esttljtii 1 scratched him la rating Mr Hendrlc from his meaner tbs e hoottindicated a to accepting the comlnatlcn should tic party deem it expedient to sunk a chcnso la Us nominee SISTERS ARE HURT Serious Injuries were received In a runaway at 1 oclock today by Misses Laura BJllo and Bonn o Prince daughters of Mr John Prlco of Twentieth and Jackson streets Miss Laura Belle Prince was thrown from tho buggy and received tho more serious Internal injuries while Mica Bonnie Prince Jumped and was s bruised aJ drained Doctors who were summoned found them serous lyl though not dangerously injured and they will be kept In bd for soy oral days partly front tho shock of s the accident VALUE OF CREDIT Now Ycrlc Nov 14 Corttlyoa today for the first tine since ha bo amo secretary of tho treasury publicly dlussed the countrys financial problems lIe said tho present crIsisOhas taught the value of credit In they doperationt money Mow was ordered put bock fn circulation conditions would bo lomo normal in 24 hours Ho raid wo tart not hurry legislation but various plans for currency reforms cl must ba examined so a final decision Till result In a sound condition 4 WOULD RUN PLANT F SArbogast was tried in police court this morning on a charge of being drunk and disorderly and was fined 5 and given 60 days In the county jail tho Jail sentence being suspended on tho condition that ho caves tho city Arbogast was brought lore from a northern city to take tho position of superintendent of the Fluky glass plant but soon after his arrival he was discharged Ho then sot drunk and last night went out ID i the plant and forced his way In and took charge The police wore sum monad and ho was arrested aad brought to tho lockup FACING COAL FAMINE On account of tho cot dtlona Kentucky coal operators have shut down In some Instances and it s SaJ that e the public is cow facing a coal she age and dealers arj advising Ujsa who ere In a poiUJon tu do so to lay n a supoy of coaJ Oa account of Jo conditions tho price of coal has ready Jumped to is cents per babel and It is sad jt may go higher icforo many days Paducah deaeT lo not deliver less than 2 worth to ii- t customer and yesterday the i2 rders were filled with 11 buhcs Instead I of 13 as before r k v j ccr+ Y I rarTSror THE PABUOAH EVENING SUNTIIUIigDAl N RMBJRf4i J We Tell 0Ikkmfor cough eolJt trancnllh TCIUChcny t S arln6ll Ilobtuu WbltllI1 0 0 4 4 gmI Bloodroot a Edgar Sehvyn us Stronghcart Tho Kentucky Friday 11 THEATRICAL NOTES 4 bTTronghearid Edgar Selwyn as the collegebred d Indian In William C Do MUles com edydrama of Strongheart will xnako hiS stellar debut In this city tomorrow night Mr Solwyn will be offered under the business direction of Henry B Harris and this Is an assurance that ho will be given thoI full benefit of a firsttclass company Hr Selwyns claim to distinction Ilu previous years was won in a number of Important roles In tho support such well known stars as Ethel par rymoro William Gllleltq and Maude Adams and In choosing him toport- rayStrghghearttDHrklHnrrtri mad1 the se1ecttononly after a horougb canvass off tho field otromantlc pctors DcPcwBnnlctto Slock Company Tho Great Bunkerr who comes witk thp DepewBiudottp Stock corn panty to the 3Cerifuckytheater next week commencing Monday November 18 claims to bathe only dresb ot its kind ever made It Is a rich Bilk of the finest quality with 1000 yards in itr The Great Bunkerr bought the dress in Paris France last year and paId 5000 for It The I titt e rw Chile Parlor Come and stimulate your appetite shake oft that tired feeling u Jttlie Chile Con Game habit it is uotonly healthful but palatable an antidote to malaria Ladies and gentle men accomoduted Hot Tamales CShnider118 S Fourth St ill QU I r COMPLETE PonYULA Ayoro PoctorallraclI wMraeYcleet to mk ono Oald Onto W hiT noeerett W publlia J O1rrCa the farmalcl ofall our amleln Low14Yu i at Night of I 4ress was on exhibition in the Indus trial Museum in Paris and was made by a blind man In the Infirmary of the Blind workshop The Great Bun kerr pleaded with the officials for ono week making his trips dally but finally persuaded them into selling It A special valet Is carried by the Great Bunkerr to do nothing but attend to tho valuable dress Monday night tho Great Bunkcrr will be seen as tho feature vaudeville act with the DePewBurdetto company The dress will also bo used for Monday night to keep the ladles guessing where such a dress could ever como from This Is done be cause a great number of ladies will bo present owing to the fact that ladles will bo admitted free Monday night Tho JJcpewBurdette Stock company Is said to bo the largest or ganization traveling carrying their own carload pfecenery together with ngath ting aiactois pad actresses sever before see at popular prices The opening bill for Monday night Is that beautiful story of life in Vir ginia An American Girl seen last year at highest prices It Is a play blended with deep heart interest stirring cllmaxbs dramatic situations and pathos Mr Thomas E Depew will bo soon In his famous comedy character creation Ross Bolter in Tho American Girl Untiling Makes Stair Gray How gray Ive gotten said the lady miserably Yet before I came here to the shore I hadnt a whdto hair Madame it Is the bathing said the masseur Salt water while la away it strengthens the hair also coarsens dries and grays It You have bathed overt day since Juno In consequence your hair has thick ened but It has also turned a little gray Salt water bathing madame would be a most excellent tonic for the hair If before going into theses and after coming out of it ono rubbed a little pure oil Into tho scalp The hair would then grow strong In tho salt air and tho sunshine without growing coarse or white Indeed as Its strength increased it would lib creaso in like manner In fineness suppleness and brllllancXew Orleans TimesDemocrat Roy L Culley fJ Cos and Gilberts Drug Store c J or i nn1Ollrl J A THOMPSON DIES AT TUPELO MSS TO SHOCK OF IllS FAMILY Son Froni This City lies tone to Attend Funeral Hurled With I Masonic Honors t Mr Henry G Thompson the drug glst received a telegram yesterday afternoon announcing the death of his father Boat Jerry A Thompson at Tupelo Miss Mr Thompson lied long beI1Jn sufferer from Brlghts disease and although a telegram was received early yesterday morning stating that ho was In a dangerous condition it was thought ho was not dying Ho was a prominent business maUl andl had served ono term as sheriff of his county A family of ten children survive two of them be ing well known In Paducah Mr Henry G Thompson and Mr William Thompson the Illinois Centraf engl deer who formerly had a runi out of this city but who recently tins been changed to run ow tho Cairo and Mom phis division Mr Thompson left last night nt 030 for Tupelo to attend the funeral which will take place this after noon under the auspices of die Masonic lodge Am the Other Thought n She was born wld a sliver spoon Id hermoutnBy look on her face I think she must V swallered itNew York World The Evening Sunson a week We hero the Agency for Richard Hudonts- Celebrated Toilet Articles Wo have succeeded In securing the agency for IUrl1 rdIHudnutg complete lino otIToilet Waters Perfumes I rIrebus Cold Cremfi etcnnIannouncement which wo are sure will provo very Interest log to ladles who take carp of tItheir good looks Call at our store and get Iludnnts Famous Beauty Book FREE filberts Drug StoreII BroadwayL Either Phone No 77 1 f Agent for original Allegrettl c Candles fb ft Thisis markwhich is on every genuinebottle Scotts Emulsion old In nearly all the countries of theworld Nothing equals It to build up the weak and WASted bodies of young and old All DnorrIIII1OcDcUIoo FOOTBALL G1MII IIImVKKN CUWKYS AND W K C Tomorrow The greatest gamo of football that evor took place In Paducah will be played tomorrow afternoon at League park between tho South Kentucky college team of Hopklnsvllle and tho Roy L Culley team of Paducah The S K C team Is the strongest In this part of tho state having won all their games this season Tho Culleys have dono the Earned Tomorrows game will dcctdo tho championship ot western Kentuckyy This Is tho first time that Paducah people havo had a chance to witness college football In their own city The game will be called promptly at 330 t The lineup Is Culley7 Hayes center J Dono can D Hayes guards Borton Mar tin Huoff tackles Brooks Coburn Harter Henneberger ends F Dono van quarter Sights captain and r h Dowen f St John J h Keller and WIckllffe- S KT CIIay captain an4 quar ter Beamon I h Davis f Cun nlngham r h Owen Downs ends Claybourn Noe tackles Webb Webb guards herrill center Average weight Culleys 145 W K C 160- Nashville Tenn Nov HA rem lutlon Intended to stop football wag Introduced In the W C T U convent tlon by Mrs George of Pennsylvania It precipitated a warm discussion and finally was voted down after many champions of the game spoke i The convention declared for we man suffrage and for the same standard of purity forboth men and women Tho following was adopted We rejoice that tho secretary or commerce and labor has Inaugurated an inquiry into the disgraceful traffic In women and young fclrls at present carried on In our country whereby innocent young womb are brought from and carried Jpr foreign lands under the pretenso f ssfecurlng honor able employment butln reality are takon to dens of mislay We appeal to the nations of the earth to bring this Iniquitous traffic to a speedy ter mination The union elected officers as fol lows PresIdentrMrs Lillian M N Stev ens Portland Me- VicePresident M LargoMiss Anna A Gordon EvAnston Ill Corresponding Secretary Mrs Honna M D Fry Evanston 111 Recording Secretary Mrs Eliza beth Anderson Valley City N D Treasurer Mrs Harriet Wright Brand Evanston Ill Notice to Contractors Tho jail committee will receive bids for building concrete walls round tho county jail up to Saturday November 1C Plans and sped cations can bo seen at the omco of halrman 11 South Fourth street tights reserved to reject any and all Ids J J BLEW Chairman Jail Committee AT THE RINK CONTINUES TO ATTRACT umlLIANT CROWDS EACH NIGHTI Skaters Kept Tlino to Music and Won Approbation of Manager Cruiu ball h OH That Afcount S Another largo crowd attended the Auditorium skating fink last night and a very pleasant evening was en joyed Under the rules of Uio fink tho skaters keep time with tho music and Manager Crumbaugh was well pleased with thee effect Inst night Skaters who deslro to put on funny stunts must confine themselves In side the circle WI18IUlnland sprained his arm Dr Enbanke wan called1 ant attended him Mlsa Irene Curd who was Injured on the opening night won again present and took part In the skating SCHOOL NEWS I A more toward having Paducah High school represented at an ora torical contest of the colleges of western Kentucky has been started by tho organization of a debating so ciety by tho boys Or the High school to develop their talent Prof Sugg Is of the opinion that with proper training and application there are several members of the BO clcty capable of carrying otf honors The society organized yesterday by the election of Edwin handle hire dent Gus Elliott vice president and Claude Epperhelmer secretary Meetings will bo held every week The pupils of Miss Ada Drazeltons room have almost completed the tint Ing decoration for the room whim adds greatly to tho appearance The work done shows considerable eklll on tho part of the puplla The stage has also been elevated and wilt be ready In a few days- Superintendent Carnagey has received a bill of lading of the chcrnl A WOMAX TO UK PRETTY Must Have Luxuriant and Glossy Hnlr Xo Matter What Color The finest contour of a female face the sweetest smile of a female mouth loses something If tho head Is crowned with scant hair Scant and falling hair It is now known is caused by a parasite that burrows into the scalp to tho root of the hair whore it saps the vitality Tho little white scales the germ throws up In burrowing aro called dandruff To curo dandruff permanently then and to stop falling hair that germ must bo killed Newbros Horplcldo an entirely now result of the chemical laboratory destroys the dandruff germ and or course stops the rail- Ing hair and prevents baldness Sold by leading druggists Two sizes SOc and 1100 Send 102 In stamps for sample to Tho Herplcldo Co Detroit Mich W D McPherson Special Agent RUBBER STAMPS Are businessi systemizers time savors and office necessities to the real business man Prices Right The Diamond Stamp Works 115 S Third SI Phoie 358 HUMAN RACE AFFLICT ED WITH QUEER DISEASE Cooper Says Internal Parasites Cause Much Suffering Everywhere Tho following remarkable statement was recently rondo by U T Cooper It concerns tho preparation which has been so widely discussed the past year and has sold In such enormous quantities in loading cities It Is now a wellknown fact that wherever I have Introduced my New Discovery medicine hundreds of pco plo havo brought Internal parasites or tapeworms to me In many cases those people did not know tho nature of tho parasite and were consequently extremely nervous until I explained tho matter to thorn In some elites so many have had this experience that the public generally became alarmed- I take this opportunity explain ing what these creatures are and what I havo learned about them Elmo past InI Tapeworms are much moro com mon than would bo supposed I ven ture to say that ten per cent of all chronic stomach trouble or what h known as a rundown condition Is caused by thorn An Individual may suffer foryears with ono of these great parasites and not be aware of It cat apparatus ordered from St Louis and Is expecting the goods to arrive tomorrow TllxtK Army Tibets army IIs to ho modernized and with It probably will bo the grand lamas military medical staff corps Tho sick Tibetan soldier It was reported a year ago wan put through a sort of faith healing process An army physician of the old school chalked a prescription on a hoard the martial patient washed llr Contrary to general belief tho appetite Is not greatly increased LIt- only becomes Irregular There Is a general feeling Of faintness however end a gnawing sensation In tho pIt of tho stomach People nniirtcd with ono of these guor and they tire very easily Lack or energy and ambition affect tho boay and the mind becomes dull and sluggish The memory becomes not 10 Rood and time eyesight Is generally poorer The New Discovery In freeing stomach and bowels of all Impurities seems to bo fatal to theso great worms and almost ex pels them from the system I wish to assure anyone who has tho experi In the smatter and that It will as a rulo mean a spoedy restoration to good health Tho Cooper medicines are n boon to stomach sufferers Wo sell them W 1J McPherson Ion tho lettering anti frank tho yin sings Tho plan of the younger doe tor was simpler he scrawled his pro Andrew HnrrU body Tho body of Mr Andrew Harris who died of liPart trouble Tuesday evening at his IJMHIO beyond Mfchan Icsbiirg was taken to Smlthland yesterday afternoon for burial Rela tives from Smith land came after tho body Only Ono flROMO QUININE that Is Laxative Bromo Hlnine A l1tonevery 25cCuresAt The Kentucky atBestI Foot I Game of YearSeats on Sale seats on sale at SOUTH KENTUCKY COLLEGEof Hopkinsville Versus THE CULLI3YSs At Wallace Park Tomorrow November 15th Admission Adults 50 Cents Children 25c r i depressedTheir Immediately preparaUon gtVOI Ball the Palmer House Cigar Stand and RudyI Phillips 3 Cos c ri r A Friday November 15 Prices 25c to 81 50 Seats on sale Thursday ONE WEEK Starting Monday November 18T Ladies free Monday Prices IOc 20c 30c One Night OnlyIIHenry B Harris EDGAR SELWYN- As tbo College Bred IIndia- uiuSTRONGHEART Br Wm c DeMIIU The greatest football play dyer written Now in its fourth year Takes you back to college days The- DePew=Burdette- Stock Co 20 PEOPLE 20 5 Big Vaudeville Acts 5 14 Great Plays 14 Opening playIAn American Girl rTILUItSUu NOVUMUKU l4 TIC PADUCAH EVENING SUNI1M ThR I i t Report on the State Sunday School Convention Made by Professor SuggI 1tJ Following 1IB iho report In part on tho stab Sunday scboolconvention tiltoodntyWednesday forenoon was dcvot to the lon thcmo Visitation ffo my mind mwas otto of tnI mol Important qrusttons dWyjcl It wall divided on bQ progrMM IrJ e tlons home visitation Houus viaits tlon and state visitation State vhrtta lion was eubitivided Into thm ton ics 1 Eaefcru Kentucky 2 W8t orn Kenluck ij the state aa a wholeEastern Kinjeiy was diseuewd Uleneldl ttlon In cant r H Kontuaky Ills r1 bimylng1 1Jntucky ustomaryinurdtrs and mesa that have flilod column ttor column of sensa tional Uttwri rn throughout the country Jit t it was graUfyfng to us to know Iht comlKk n3 In the TCJ1arhJiulIllhoIofore Th Sunday school Is a Tjrottt factor i tits fiEld The Stato flU clnt4on I holding good county and district invention and this Is the banner ar Mr Vnughau sold those oom ToiA are arousing n higher standrJi of living and gave antiivwnencanventlonsThoiHlraurua In Kintucky liionntalns and eastern Kentucky Is Indeed a land otI promise Western Kentucky was dlsiueecd liy tho llrv T C Oobauer field workjj Jr1n this w tlon of the tteto Of course t Xll oted west Kentucky would havi a fine report and our fcx aebI anihmiaHi I workers in this UQnII bjit UKWV rtisrvlng spfclal mention I 1Wro Mr v linen of Fulton l6tfnttt nnd the u t Win Bourquln of tidecoltjr Tty sty busy men yet theII innmice to dj a great work for the I Sunday At il awooiutlon Tills roII t UUtlC1S IN RAiLij 1 I Is n phrase unkiiirii7 10 111 Anil yet 4pmstitiiillon 1 + driving thousands IllI J to exile faroff I In pnllfornln or IninuIjI ether dltatu lands Ilcforo you sub mlt to 1IvJnj exiled give ISmulso llypu n Iliuruiisli trial It him ciiml- irnny I nt homo among their loved ones riijslrbiM endorse It Slxbot f life 8500 from your druggist port was Inspiring helpful and en cout raging Eo A Fox stato secretary then made his report on the state aat beeMn steady progress tin the work during the past year Six men and women tjjreo nil the time are employed by the executive committee County and district conventIons not better and tho officers are better and more cn thUBlaatlc Atl along the iTne there hail been steady progress Notwithstanding this progress there Is ninth yet to do Thero are many cliurehes without Sunday schools Only about onefourth of tho church members attend Sunday school in their own church There are lit round num bars ony about 240000 enrolled In Sunday stool There nro 400000 white Protestant children between the ages of G and 20 years not in Sunday school Are these Items not enough to Impress upon us the great duty confronting us one of the groat needs of tho association Is friends lfouse visitation by Mr Durham WAS tho next on the program The Venkor sold by ctrlklng at the coon ty and district yet titles many indl vlduals but by strTng at the home you react all TlioUotno Is the cita del of bur national life therefore by house to house visitation it Is possi blo to reach every Individual We cart solve the most perplexing prob lems by knowing each other House vMtatfou throws down denomina tlonal barriers and helps us to know each other gavoinsion of elementary work In the state- N The Missions i Then came that over Interesting and allImportant topic The Sunday School and Missions hy Marlon Lawrence Ho pointed out In his forceful1 and eloquent manner the plain duty of the church and Sunday school In regard to missions Tho oomuriselon Go preach tho gospel has been ringing down the centuries and It lithe supreme duty of the- hurch today All Christiana nre nils jonnrle andtho missionary rjilrlt lis the life blood of the Mirch There la no difference between foreign andI donostlc millions Time watchword of the church shotild be Tho whole business of the tmurcli nnd the busl jicra of the whol church la to carry tho WioldgospiBl the whole world it can bo done What does tho hut need today Jt needs to oI the world as Christ saw It Is it rot a dreadful state of affairs when tour and onehalft limes aa much moray is spent for chewing gum aa for inlMion Tho Sunday eohool Is IIPv fi01Itct01lev you Have a good Mile iflve Ilev esuentiee tl1t 4o t iz 1lIte dfteI wM Ifalnk woke 6 you and then U U buefi a e01It At M jeefonf to know fiat out Ifn me U SeauMuC when j1ziendd gecLI 01f uknlfafoe and iou euzi4Ii Utid you an jettf buhe you easy get vfiat you want in oub dtoze yoU Pzc4a iDltUG MKX IllAlSi WHAT KCZE I J1A CtJlK Those Who SIIMllllllllcltSny Infa- lIllble Kennedy hits Keen Found for SKIn Discuses Druggists In every part of tho coun try are bglng Impressed dally with tho wonderful cures made by a aim pIe liquid remedy externally used for ICczcmo and other terrible skin dis caeoa A mass of raw sores today a pure white skin a month from to- dayIs the great transformation wrought by this remedy D D D Prescription N- Vw think It the best preparation on tho market writes Elvey hut alt of Phoenix Arizona We have been agenda for title remedy for the post six years and wo can rocohimond It to you unquaillfled lywrltes the J M Connor Drug Company of New Albany lad We have found ltlo bo tho only satisfac tory remedy for Eczema and skin diseases that wo havo ayer BOldIrhe liobbsUnvIllo Pharmacy Deopwator JIo says We haw been selling D D D for three years and wo do not know of a single case whore It has failed to cure Eczema Downing Bros of 4244 Broadway Newport K I say We havo sold n D D Prescription for more than four years and have never had any thing but pralsefc for tho remedy Your D D D remedy is nil that you claim for It writes JJ lUester druggist of nrooksville Ky It has cured two bad cases here one Eczema of the face and ono letter of the faro It has also cured a had case of Itching plies Only flrst daE3 drug stores have bten given the agency for DoD D rroscrl tlori and you can rely upon what tho druggists named above tell you about flits skin remedy Whore over there aro several rood druggists all are allowed to handle D D D whllo ono of them has the special agency In this town ill W Walker 6 Co Fifth and Broadway handles D D D Prescription and also D D D soap If you havo skin trouble call at this drug store and learn what you can about ID D D Do not wait do not be foolishly skeptical Let the druggist tell you what bo knows about a relit Eczema romodyD D D Co Chicago III tho underialner of paganism You can reach the chHdren of Kentucky and every other ploco In tho world and children In all lands have accaes allI1 studying our Sunday school lessons Think what It means for India There are five things to remember 1 to know 2 pray 3 pay H glow 5 grow There are 3000 men and women ready with packed grips to go to some foreign field but they havent the money Only ono In ten thou sand volunteer to go to a foreign field What the church needs today Is to realize Its power and get a vis Ion of tho worM Whero there is no vision tho people perish Departments Time Wednesday aiternoon pro gram consisted of departmental con ferences I attended a part of two 1 attended Ute first of the intermediate l section and tho topic Winning and Holding time Boy was ably dis cussed by the Rev G A Joplin He opened this discussion by saying that Luther Burbank had made tho state ment that it parents would give as much time and attention to children as he had to plants in three genera tions wo would havo a perfect hu manity It Is not hard to win and hold tho boy Wcv must show the boy that wo aro Interested in him bo just and patient with him expect reasonable things of him Let the boy know you aro his master Clubs aro useful In handling boys Stump clubs whistling clubs opportunity dubs and many others are of untold value In tho work It wo wish to handle boys successfully wo must live pure lives Tho boy Is by nature religious and If we would study the- boyeach Individual boy we could handle him much more successfully The speaker gave some valuable in formation as to the worth of n boy Is tho boy wortli saving It Is esti mated that It requires 150 a year to talto care of a boy from C to 14 years 2oO from 14 to 18 years AtI 18 years the boy begins to earn thing unless he goes to college and then his expenses lire from 500 to 1000 n year When grown Into manhood ho becomes an accummuln tor On the oUiorhand It ho becomes a criminal it will cost on an average of 1JM0 to 3000 to convict him and then ho Is a burden on tho state So train a cold business proposition it pays to save tho boy But wo cant estimate tho value of tho Christian boy The Weak Point Mr Lawrence was the next speaker In his opinion tho Interme diate department Is the weakest part of the Sunday school All other do partments are provided with class rooms materials for Instructing etc but The intermediate department has not where to lay its head This is one of tho most Important departments of the Sunday school for from 12 to 1C or 18 years there are more conversions among boys than at any other time It Is also true that more All the patent medicines and toilet articles Advertised in this qtMcNiersonsStore1 crimes are r emitted among boys at this age than at any other age This ago Is also the high water mark of religious lr iiations Tho keynote of Mr Law mices thought was Govern by I iovi dont make too many rules for Uy govern best who apt pear nut to givern at all believe in boys The boys are inclined to bo good They dint measure goodness by the stand rd of pur mothers and sisters Th are man like They love bravery anti aro active The messenger ee vpo Is ono of the best means of ktiiingi boys In Sunday schooll Boys ut this ago deserve special attention They have more reasons for mt coming to Sunday school than piiia They have more freedom more places to go and these detract from the Sunday school Boys cant bo persuaded to attend church by making this ono of the conditions of getting on the honor roll Mr Lawrence took occasion to speak of the Juvenile court and raid It was one of the irnst powerful Influences for good in our modern civilization 110 referred to tho great work of some of the Judges of these courts especially Judges Brown and Llnd sey The Adult Section I attended the last part of the cortference or the adult section The keynote of Mr Lawrences thoughts on this subject was to build up the adult section by all means It gives dignity and strength to the Sunday schoolI It hfps to secure tho at tendance of boys who are Inclined to think that the Sunday school is for women fled girls and not for men and conscqupijily the boys leayo Sun day school I thought of Uio splen did adult clasps of our own churches but again I though wo should rave many more Fathers ought to say to boys come and lets go to Sunday school Instead of saying go to Sun day obaol Ono of the most Interesting and profitable dlousslons of the convention was The Boy by Rev Mr Forbudi The first lecture was thIS Boys Body The boys body is not separate from the mind and soul but the boys body Is consciously more a part of his being than our bodies are of us It Is sometimes necessary for the boy to explode Tho first period of the boys Jlfe Is Struggle for n constitution He is subject dur ing this porloto contoglouo diseases During this period the boy is some what ofan animal Ho Is restless and noisy From 8 to 12 years there Is a restful growth both in body and mind Jt Is here that hw loses to a root extent Interest In things that repeal to adults Title period is a very important perldaM should not be neglected The next porloa from about 12 years old in girls and 13 or Itt years In boys end at least a year earlier In city children than In country children begins the period of adolescence This Is a very im portant period and rapid changes are going on and too few are warned 9f GIlt FRIDAY ONLY- A Rousing Spjcial i- nFancy J Vests 198 149 and 79c If you have a fancy for a swell Fancy Vest this is cer tainly the best cbnpco yet to satisfy it for tomorrow we put on another of our big Friday Special Sales Fancy Vests three handsome lots Lot 1198T- his lot Is our regular 300 llanncl and silk finish vests 98tlguredtboI Lot 2149This Is our regular 8250 tine of tunnel nnd mercerized vests 49black11 Lot 379cThese ate the land 8150 kind very neat effects In duck per 7gematerials Youve heard about Guiietts Friday Specials This is one of the best yet Nut sed Window fail of samples U 0 Gullett Co Incorporated 312 Broadway TaW Tinr fttt to frtfcttV the dangers of this period Boys grow several Inches in a rear Ho is awkward his arms aro too long and his hands are too large His nerves do not grow as rapidly as his body It Is sometimes a sad period We need to study time physical lire of the host for a lphysical religion is a part of his life Boys do not do things tor the same reason that men do Time boy is an admirer of heroes He wants to bo a man This Is why he does so many foolish things The Boys Mind The next topic discussed by Mr Forbush was the boys mind The first eight years of a boys lire are hedged around by limitations He has few words lie knows but little and cant give attention long at a time but often gives attention when Wo do not think ho is The motto should be to teach a few things thoroughly We should teach simple adol001contIons Ho lies an abundant flow of words and knows many things We must quit teaching old Testament stories only as they reInactionHero stories of crusades reformation are good to teach the boys Always have a moral expressed or Implied and make the application to present duty Wo ought to bOo their heroes The next topic discussed yy Sir Forbush was the Boys Soul There Is no time when tho boy is without religion He Is always sensible to Impression Ills Ideas concerning God aTC extravagant Some one has said that the boy Is the innocent pharleee From S to 12 years old the boys religion is habit and instinct It is the old Testament period This period Is neglected bub it should not be From 14 to 18 years religion is amatter of volition At 18 years old begins the doubting period Dont worry about these doubts Watch be patient careful and honest with the boy The gang spirit ts neces sary in boy life There Is social dto volopment ln the gang Ia these years the boy seems hard callous careless and indifferent Ho Ja very reserved but this Ife only a protection for the baHls heart is tender and Is easily reached God has great concern for the boy The Teachers Training Teacher training was discussedt by Prof McCartney of Henderson Tho kind of teaching in the Sunday school Is poorer than that found any where else The crying need of the Sunday school Is tar men and women NrRtcdtothe cause of Christ to teach His message to the many thou sands hungering and thirsting for the truth May time day speedily come when none but consecrated men and women earnest nail true shall teach In our Sunday school The trtlbrnatjaiial Sunday school convention to meet In Louisville in 108 was briefly discussed by Jlr Lawrence This Is to be the greatest convention ever held The mighty forces that have been working for thc past few years will reach their culmination hero It Is to be hoped that a great delegation from this section will bo present A Inrzlc r For Hie nay Dauber Would you mind asking that cow to kindly move a little to one side Harpers Weekly TILLMAX TICKS fXCWJ JOE RCIImbllclill Danville 111 Nov 14In an in torvlew today Senator Benjamin Till manor South Carolina declared that President Roosevelt will not accept a third terra and that Uncle Joe Cannon speaker of the house of rep resentatives will bo tho Republican nominee Bryan Mr Tllman said will bo the Democratic nominee without a doubt Ho Is tho greatest living Democrat and tho proper marl to In trust with the affairs of our govern ment The senator declared that the present financial situation need not worry the people This country he said has reached a point in Its prosperity where financial flurries In the money centers do not affect Itt Schedule Sot Adopted The Chattanooga Paektt company directors met yesterday but nothing concerning time season schedule for the boats was decided upon Wo will meet in a week or ten days said ono of the directors yesterday after the meeting and then we will bo ready to make public our plans There are two or three mat ters being held up now which make it Impossible for any definite conclu sion to bo reached till the packet company purchase another boat for tho Jaducah trade tJtsl 3tin1m f reporter JaMmU Or I HEAVY WORK SHOES t4 Made off Solid Leather Wear Lire Iron THOUGH a heavy work shoe need not pretty it is absolutely necessary that it be perfectly comfortable and made of the best materials And that description fits HamiltonBrowns heavy work shoes to a nicety They are made entirely by Skilled union shoe workers and the parti which are supposed to be leather are real leather This gives them the staying qualities whichsensi ble men demand J w 200 to 350They bear the label We are also exclusive agents for the famous American Gentleman Shoe 350 4p6 500i Lendler 4 Lydon Both Phones 615309 Broadway If you want first class shoe repairing see us In that direction was the answer but wo cannot state positively Just yet The ChattanoogaPaducah trade wilt be looked after In good shape whether another boatis purchased or not =Chattanooga Times lips Finished Cairo Building Contractor G W Katterjohn left last night for Cairo to make a settlement with the Harris Saddlery com pany the big factory building he t built having been completed lie 1 also has a large force of men at work on the Illinois Central railroad near Cairo The Rev F W Schenck a well known clergyman of Little Falls N Y has written a public letter In y which he advocates starving tramps out of their bad habits 4 PAGES RESTAURANTi f 123 South Second is now open in new quarters Open day and night T I For the smallrooms X these chilly mornings use the smokeless t odorless heater t s iht T1 H ii i t1 A T n J L S 1 A i f I GAS HAiRy 1 i J rr w RY N lls i t PaI 1 lTf I 1- i jW l 1 T hietPaducah Light Power Co euIf 1t T d Ior t vft JlAJIE FOtrR THE PADUCAH EVENING StTNjj r 1 I cr 0 r t rI j t s h f t r 4 i r i I f se ftabucab Suna AFTEKXOOX AXD WEEKLY TIlE SUN riniLISIIINO COMPANY 1 f IVCOllPOHATKIJ I F M FISHER rreildent a 3 PAXTON General Manager Jlattred at the poitofflce at Paducah f Ky u second clan matter BCBSCIUITIOV IlATESt THE DAILY SUN By Carrier per week I10 By mall per month In advance 25 By mall per year In advance 12J o THe WEEKLY SUN Tar year by mallpoltMa paid 1100 Addren TilE SUN Paducah Ky Office 115 South Third Phone S5 s Payne Young Chicago and New York representatives TIlE BUN can be found at the follow ur places R D Clement Co V Van Culln Eros Palmer house LTHUHSDAY XOVEMBEIt 11 CIRCULATION STATEMENT 1 November 1007 14028 1738752 4254 18 387 2 38888 19 387 5i 43917 fl3859- t3910 223851L 7 3911 233849I 83909 244003I 93903 254144- U3971 I 26 4L4 7r 113900 284137r 123958 2941381 3038611t l I I I I November 2nd 1907 R D MacMll len business manager of The Sunu who affirms that the above state 4 ment of the circulation of IJho SunI for the mOnth of iber 190- 7tis r true to the beD of his knowledgeI belief PURYEAR Notary Public My commission cplres January 22I 1908 Dully Thought- sThe man who Is fond of books I I usually a man of lofty thought and of elevated opinions Dawson Isnt It the Irony of fate that the lAst of tho lohfcans Thomas Ford should spend his declining days f at tho Waterbury Conn poor farmI Well this Is a day of realism o a A SOUTHERN CANDIDATE While of course there Is Just a touch of Inconsistency In tho Tennessee convention which adopted resoa nata combination to secure for a southern man tho Democratic presidential nomination still that pride of home Js of a piece with tho patriotismI Which makes us love our own country with a love that to the inter s nationalists and universal brother cbooddevotion Why Indeed should not the south name tho next Democratic presidential nominationcWith tho faithfulness of a good wife tho south has followed tho misfortunes I and vagaries of Democracy from free trade to free sliver and- over to the gold standard and w 0tdoubt not that if Bryan and govern xnent ownership are on and under the next national platform the south will return her usual majorities fur the partyThat Is the reason why the soutahas not named any Democratic prest dentlal candidates Tho northern and 7We tern Democrats Jtnow the south wilt stand by them and tho southern tiiolltlclaas realizing the fidelity o ft J fi o me folks acquiesce in any program hopeiefforts will not go unrewarded at the recent election that Nashville canven IKcntucky attention to the party south Maryland intl for Independence and Jf Missouri and Tennessee would fol J low the dictates of sound Judgment once agnln tho south could have any I f thing she wished from Democracy r As It Is tho Republicans of tho outIsI are faring considerably better than their Democratic brethren viewing polities from tho most sordid point tot vjcw Viewed from a higher I plane tho wholo country is fortunate u conditions are as they are I r 0 I CORTELiYOtT I Texas seems determined to fore Secretary ot the Treasury Cortelyou into prominence and Texas had bet ttr look outt lest disclosures popu 1 larlze Cortelyou and throw him Iff the ayof tho Roosevelt mantle Mr fcortelyou faithful and efficient from ftMlttAnt secretary to the executive t to cabinet officer ever developing greater capacity as opportunity offers was called Into conference by Now t- ITorc bankers in regard to the finan a kJal crisis He turned treasury ac Sitnulotlons Into trade channelsa through United States depositories That is hit ho did but be did It promptly and in a manner to allay jBclteinent About that tlmo the o- utbweatr was In need of money toiii cotton crops Every year I ioJ same demand for ready money This year the situation wafc aggravated b the New York flurry A congressman from the tall grass requested th secretary ot the treasury to lend I Texas dealers and speculator 10 000000 of the money In the Unite States treasury on cotton warehous receipts taking tho usual risks trade with tho public funds He was told there were not sufficient fund to lend for any purpose find anywa the United States la not in the mone llending business Immediately he complained that Texas Is being dla criminated against and now says ho will investigate the secretarys conduct I We hope he will Imagine th secretary of the treasury lending us money on tobacco warehouse re l celpts Of course If ho should lend to one ho couldnt afford to refuse I another It would be fine graft while It should last 0 It is the duty of memberselect 0 the school board to qualify and re tain their seats 0 The arrest of persons connected with the Old Reliable Guaranty and Loan company shows that the subI scribers to a lottery are not the only ones connected with it that take risk o Tho national W C T U has gon on record in favor ot football but against the highball I p Attorneys for tho prosecution ob Jcctcd to choosing Jurymen In tho powers case from Fayetto county be cause of the publicity that has been given tho case through the Lexington papers The same reason woujd apply to the exclusion of McCracken or Davlcss or Henderson county cltl zens That argument Justifies th0 governor In going to Scott county tot try Hargls Fortunately while news papers do give the facts of a case aS best they may before a trial the so phistlcated public has learned to di gest news properly and the wider range of information has trained them to think for themselves So the newspaper readers broader in mind are more capable of giving an un prejudiced opinion uninfluenced byI the fallacious arguments ot lawyers than the backwoodsman unacqualnt ed with the affairs of the world Lots 0of good people are having the rollers put under cm these nights 0 Ohio millers have gono on record favoring tho selling of bread by weight We know of cooks who would get rich selling their biscuits by weight 0- Emperor Wllhelin said to England that tho German people think Just what he thinks Since ho thinks he does all the thinking for his people we think he thinks he Is telling thtiI ttruth p W C T U SCORES The national W C T U scored aa point In the fight over tho restoration of tho army canteen when they se cured General Daggett to address their national convention on the subject j General Daggett not only as serts that the army canteen was aa feeder for the dives outside tho postI and that those dives wero more numerous before the abolition of tho but he declares that Gen eras Grant and Funston advocates of Its restoration never wore ac qualnted wth conditions during th i- anteen days and he produces the 1IIes1Generalhigh officers who were otherI the canteen It will now be up 3hetaken upon themselves the champion ship of tho personal liberties of thw private soldier to lead a trump p Let us not forget that Louisville Is stockholder In tho gas and electric llight company which has been exposed and has a certain number of representatives on the board The citys relations to the concern dragged tho company into politics and poll 1showmoney SLIGHTLY HUMOROUS IIoyI see ycr offorln 50 a month for a bookkeeper ManYes sir Can you keep ooksBoySure Got ono Ive kep ever since Chrlsnias lIerI made 38 calls today M4sFor heavens sake What orlionWhy I had to warn all my acquaintances that my engagement to you Is a secret Cleveland Leader Nature of a Lie George T Angcll Bostons brilliant and poworful defender of ani mats from cruelty was talking about nature faking My friend Will Long Is no na une fakir he said but I admit that many of our myriad nature writers are These mens Idea of a He- corns so closely to resemble that of little boy I know Tho boys teacher said from her desk one afternoon 1 want every pupil who has never told a Ho to hold up hs hand There was a doubtful pause Two r throe hands were raised Then y little friend piped out 1 It Jle nobody Z runuiAN COMPANY y KIKCTS MIUUCTOHS n Company line Surplus of Over Four Million IIChicago Nov HAt the annual of meeting of lIsa Pullman company today all the old nfembers of the board of directors were reelected except Charles S Sweet of Chicago In whoso stead Geiorgo Baker of Now York was elected The statement for the year showed the total revenue ofa the company 132186012 net sur plus after deduction for cost of opor atlon depreciation etc 41i94CI5 0 The total number of passengers car rled during tho year showed an 1In- crease of 10 per cent The value of the products of car works and ot rentals was 37230416 against 28 103148 tho previous year f hiBLINDFOLDEIhiI I r A Mystery Story of Sort Franciscoa BY JEARLE ASHLEY WALCOTT 1 7XI iCeoirlf M INS U uoirrII CoI Continued from last issue I The clocks were pointing past eight I when I mounted tho stops that led to I Doddrldgo Knapps door I had something I of trepidation after all as I rang the bell for I was far from being sure t that Doddridge Knapp was above carrying out his desperate purposes In his own house and I wondered wheth I onctI1 was behind those massive door 1 had taken the precaution to find a smaller revolver suitable for an ev ItIt a protection In case tho house held a dozerI ruffians of the Terrlll brand How ever I must risk It 1 gave my name to the servant who opened tho door This way he said quietly and In a moment I was ushered Into a small plainlyfurnished room and at a desk coveted with papers sat Doddrldge I Knapp the picture of the Wolf in hisI den Sit down Wl ton sald he withI grim affability giving his hand YouI wont mind If an old man doesnt get upI made somo conventional reply Sorry to disappoint you this after noon and take up your evening heIt said but I found sore business that needed more Immediate attention There was a little matter that had to bo looked after in person And the Wolfs fangs showed lea cruel smile which assured me that the little matter had terminated unhappily for thet other man- I airily professed myself happy to be at his service at any time Yes yes bo said but lets see your memoranda Did you do well this Z afternoonNoo returned apologetically Not so well as I wished He took the papers and looked over them carefully Thlrtyono hundred he said re flectively Those sales were all right Well I was afraid you couldnt get above three thousand I didnt get more than two thousand In the other Boards and on the Street That was the best I could do I said modestly They averaged at sixtyfive Omega got away from us this afternoon like a runaway horse Yes yes said the King of the Street studying his papers with drawn brows Thats all right Ill have to watt a bit before going further I I I f COMIIINHI COUjAK AXD iiTIIUO lJIOTlWrii I Again hero Is something III J now at Tho New Store j combined protector for collar rand throat mado of Slltrlno t tant0Thoy are Ideal throat and comblnlngtdash ness You will want J como now and get It oneII 0- a BIIOWN SHADOW rJI PLAIDITIES I WI I IItho0 our window and also note our glove dbplayIIa 0 1 1 f i j l Jt cbi4i5t JS IIii iS I I bowed as became one who had no Idea pf tho plans ahoad And now said DoUdriiK Knarp turning on me a lr a aiil lowevir gazo Id like to know wl at calllU have to bo nvVlifg on raeJ 1 opened my eyes wltjo in wcnlor Spying i dontundorstaml No said hu with something be tweon a growl and a snarl Well maybe ypu dont understand that eat ii er And he tossed me a bit of papr I felt sure that T aid not not My Ignorance grew into amazemmt as I road The slip bore thu words I have bought Grown Diamond Whats the limit Vilton I certainly dent Understand I said What does It tnofm The man who cwrbte it ouht to know growled Doddrldse Knap with his PCS flashing and the yellow gray mustache standing out liko brig ties Tho fungs of the Wolf were in sightWell youll have to look somewhere else for him I said firmly I never saw the note and never bought a share of Crown Diamond Doddrldge Knapp bent forward and looked for an instant as though he Z4 would leap upon me Ills eye was the eye ot a wild beast In anger If I had written that note I should have gone through the window without stopping for explanations vAs I had not written1 It II sat there coolly and looked himI In the face with an easy conscience Well well he said at lilt relax ing hut gaze I almost believe you Thors no use going any further Air Knapp unless you bclleve mo al together I see you understand what I was going to say ho said quietly nutI If you didnt send that who did Well If I were to make a guess II should say It was tho man who wrotea thisII tossed him In turn the note I hadI received In the afternoon bidding me sell everything I Tho King of the Street looked at It carefully and his brows drew lower and lower as Its Import dawned on him The look of angry perplexity I deepened on his face I i Where did you got this V I detailed the circumstances The anger that flashed in Ala eyes was more eloquent than the outbreak of curses I expected to bear Um he said at last wjtha grimI smile Its lucky after nll that you had something besides cotton in that skull of yours Wilton caughtb1ItI L There looks to be trouble ahead ho said Theresa rascally gang InI the market these days And thoI King of tbo Street sighed over tbo dls bonesty that had corrupted tbo stock gamblers trade t 1 1 smiled Inwardly but signified my agreement withmy employer Well who wrote them ho askedI almost fiercely They seem to comoI from the samo hand Maybe youd helter ask that fellow who had his eye at your keyhole when I left the offlco this noon Who was that The Wolf gave a startled look Why didnt you tellI me He was a wellmade quick lithet fellow with an eye that reminded me of a snake I gave chase to him but couldnt overhaul blra Ha squirmed away In tho crowd I guess Why didnt you tell meZ be said In a steady voice- I didnt suppose it was worth theIstreet Anti besides you were busy Yes yes you were right you are not to comeof course of course The King of tho Street looked at mo curiously and then said smoothly Put this Isnt business And he plunged Into tho papers onco more There wero over nine thousandS shares sold this afternoon only live thousand of them I suppose Decker picked the others up I said The King of the Street did me the honor to look at mo In amazement Decker bo roared How did you Then bo paused and his volco dropped to Its ordinary tone I reck on youro right What gavo you the Idea I frankly detailed my conversation with Wall bridge As I went on I fancied that the bushy brows drew down and a little anxiety showed beneath them- I had hardly finished my account when there was a knock at the door and tho servant appeared Mrs Knapps compliments and she would like to see Mr Wilton when you are done ho saidiJi I could with difficulty repress an ex clamation and my heart climbed intodmy throat I was ready to face Wolf in his den but here was a different matter I recalled that Mrs Itnappttt was a more Intimate acquaintance of Henry Wlltons than DoddniIo Knapp had been and I saw Niagara ahead offmy skiffII v II y J- 11 t tt lr 4 c 11CASllIERS CHECKS fROM iY LOCALIUMt OR TRUST COJIFlNV GOQD JS CASfljHERE J I J 323 Broadway 111 If Ibridge I heard something of the I tomorIrowI tell you that the ladles would want tI Bee you They have missed you toII Iy And the Wolf motioned mo to I door where the servant waited Hero was a predicament I wasI missed and wanted and by the ladles My heart dropped bark from my throat and I felt It throbbing in thoI lowest recesses of my bootheels as III rose and followed my guide To be continued in ntxt Issue I YOU DONT HAVE TO WALT Kvery dose mkeijron ftcltxtlrr LtiPet krtpi jour whole atU i right Sold on Ibf moneyback pus ntrywJlcre mefMcntt IHJorH+ofo t++HHHHVr ++ Iii1 FARMERS IN MANY 4 + WANT FAIR TAXATION RELIEF STATESii 4444++4 +i4+++ ++1 Constitutional amendments are 1m Ing gIven thorough attention by farm ers of the country In OhK lion V A Dcrtklck mailer of IIho StateI Grange in discussing a projioqltlon toI permit of claMltteatlon of the source I of tax revenue said There IIs a common ground upon IIwhich we nil stnml 0 SIiavand that meant a more Just return of the In the athebtaxt banks of the state jho same to beI charged to d fdspoaitoi they enjoy tbn protection of laws tandI terest from our p lltThis could at least be done with t resident depositors and they would bo relieved from tho temptation to commit the crlmo of perjurytThe Kentucky GranqecTho Kentucky State Grange hail this mnotlngIllld21n1907 Mr F 1 Wolcott Master of tho State qUIPStlonfollows asH i neUvoInfnrmorIsnyi4 turn and has more to gain frnni tho establishment of a Just anti oqnltnlil system of taxation than has any nth clans or Iltl7 1 reprQllunllnlways endeavors to be fair nml hon b orablo with all other Interests and has tho right to Uunmml like treat evpryBlateInagainst unjust revenue laws andwstops ore being taken to remedy the evilspbytheiri ogIsateKtntoIany provision which shall exempt from taxation property aggregating vast sums In tho posseslon of thu t wealthy and often kept by thorn In visible tuna leaving the small hold Ings of tho masses of people of mod means to boar tho burden of h- oubhed taxation The present constitution of Ken tucky blmlM us to tho floral prop If tukvyinof property for nil purposoft Titers IclLtl5kn1 ji c r I Childrens SuitsJhIn a glass case every suit looks well but how will it appear after a couple of months efforts of your lively boy to tcit its beauty and wear Our garments for boys have style and snap but not only that They arc- i sewed to stay sewed and save mothers lotsSof workand care While you are getting the boy a suit get a good 4 suitone that is absolutely warranted to bo dulIeVOur suits are made of tested fabrics sowed by export tmlors who work ou boys garments only Tho prices tiro moderate throughout tho stockqBoys Suits 250 to 750 Young Mens Suits 1000 to 2000 Mens Suits 1250 to 2750 Alto hats and furnishings of quality The Clothing Store That Carries he UNION STORE CARDS I j Inllllhat Is to raise the state nero 1nUl from certain rlnises of property oIlier classes of property to bo taxed for IlocalI pliriMMcn only It has IMHMI HiKneil by some that this would Hi row too niurb IKIWII lulu tutu Immli of tile lojrUlaluri HhmiM elIcit an aM81hmt prvvitll Unn would It devolve npon the vntrin nt hat Ktnlr lo iny ulrlctor nitpntluu to the fulerlla of their rrir m iiiMilM Uwn hllil obtained In Iho last III both cil anti country Tbe K ntiKky Sittt bovrlopmcnt ftMArlntlon and ether organlzatlopi hove Imnorrd IIha flranne by ptaettuc HIOH Its Jotitt rnmmHtr nn Inxntlon n nifinil rr of thin ordvr as reprMTO Satire of the nurtcmHurul Inlrmti of IIM tte Mad It I Important that tin vlnwi and ifmaortu rf lbs firmfrm hs rlmrly loffhcMl it this state session It Iiii wcnmmeiiJtrtl that this hotly promptly unit HphaUciy uta me Hem In favor of Just and fciilUkk reven u InwK 541I for the establish tnont of an oHlctnl laxcommtMtoa Ig Ibo ooitiMK N of tire inemliers fnuf representing rmtMrtlVAiy the rwit1 iIndustrlM nBHrultaitt iiinnurartnrtni mining mill rommprco ansi M fiftk member noted fur the highest Integ rlty and for superior tiIi uWliiy Tlio Tower of n Small HeyIAn Incident In connection Vllh prominent restaurant keeper In UudaIosth reveals the growth o- foalist pawor hero writes our correspondent In that city FoeKtors restaurant has long been recognized s ono of the first In HuifaPesth ut tho other day a small boy who washes up the dUhea complained to the proprietor of the badness of tho ood Ho was promptly told by Mr Foorstor to leave If hu was not saIls ned This answer WM communicated to Ihe secretary of the Walters nmsoeta Uon who came down lmm dlntoly and demanded nn apology on behalf oJ the boy This tbo owner refused Im give therefore the secretary upon all tho waiters to oeaso work which they dirt OoOMtK In the middle of their din or wore loft to thnmiiolvoe several waiting upon their families person ally Tho proprietors On lion rush I out and secured Bomo waitresses and In this manner tho meal wan con cludedEarly tho next morning when the doors woro opened a huge crowd of waiters rushed into tho restaurant and occupied all tho tables there fore making It Impossible for any body else to bo served Kot only did they do this but itho police had toe requisitioned in order to protect tho property Mr Focrstor hail to stand at the entrance to Inform customers that food could not be served Finally tho aiters distributed a foulsmelling chnmlcal which Tendered Itnn Jm legibility for tho house to remain ollonIall Mall Gazette Mrs Utterlmrk Hotter Mr A P Uttorback and family returned to their home at Ilyookport esterday from lowell N M where they have heW for several months for the benefit of Mrs Uttcrbarks ealth Mrs Utterback was very much Improved by the trip and they wilt remain nt Drookport until spring she continues well probably re rning to Iloswell next pIng It hikes nn uplifted eye to keep a efia Iiw1M2l1Iu 5555iisi4 1 3323 Broadway I111 I I hark to Xutun If you hare been rdUij my advertisement on OatMpatJ y and are not yet Mtliflvd tkat It vtlfl do all I ciatm I fh md like to have you call at my efflc some Uote jest to mike a personal livMtliatlon- InI the ibort time list i havo been kero I have hid the ploafure of treBl- Ing some of the ract prominent people of the city for OBQ Using and an Qtler and I have yet to find a patient iwko was dlsMtitAi- dBvry day bat fldite too to the numhor of people who are finding that the Oiteopathta tiontraent Is aU that we claim for It Of eourte in souse Mtanem relit or cures are quicker than In others as Is but natural If you are suffering from Bay form Cf nervootMM liver bowel stomach or kidney troub t of ajjlfffca chronic headaches neuralgia jhauniaUsra Jlumbago or general doblllty ddnt sqmothtnforme make a diagnosis of tho oleo and tail you frankly what OBjconxthy will do for you Osteopathy Is not a cure nil nor will it CUrS in a night ttiiriS floifc ing oceult about ItSuIt Ii sdwtlfle raUonn bark to nature treatment that IIs doing much ten suffering hUt manity on 0 n FIIOAGE Phono 1407 61C Broadway up stairsS WHEN I You Want Any- Printing t You Usually t Want it at Once == THE ==Sun Job Rooms PPione 358R Does all kinds of printing o1o We have the men who know how to do your work just as It should be done and we make an effort alt all times to give you just what you want Let us figure with you the printIngprobab1y you some money We know we can give you satisfactory work azd glvq It to you promptly Lu 4 IL I THURSDAY NOVEMBER u THE PADUCAH EVENING StTNIAOaFIW I Y I t e tator i1di 9hil1ip do cuei- stau UaQADWAY f t JtI ts ItSSe t01O l I blankett tfnppinlI 104 Groy Army 4 f Blanket has the 75week1 mull a 1L10GAL NiwsJ t 1t I J TT TT For Dr rondlejr ring 41C Dr lioyor rastdeuco phone tat omce 175Dr atlbort osteopath tOo Broadway Phone 190 Farley For veterinarian 427 S Third Old phone 1345 new phone 3S1 Wo have Just received another lot of those beautiful White War Dot signs Drunsons 529 Broadway t We give you bltter carriage and bluer service lore the money tha- Is given by any transfer company IIn America Kino carriages for ipecln occasions on short notice also ole gant livery rigs Palmer Transfer Co Forms for real estate agents for sale at this office City subscribers to the Sun who wish the delivery of theIrI cotIlectoto The Sun office No attention wll be paid to such orders when chen to carriers Sun Publishing Co aniarj nmpaalit tins now her studio IIn- f the American German Nationall bnnk liuldlnB second floor where sh would be pleased to tee all her friends and patrons Iror quality use the Diamoni l II rubber tamps Tho Diamond Stamp Aork 115 South Third etrcot Sniones 368 44r H C Holllns hat left th city for a few months and I bavo acquired an Interest In his famines and hall look after It for him Any Information with reference to any J branrh of It will receive prompt at tontlon If you will call up The Sun office Both phones SIS E J Fax ton Place your order for weJdlni invitations at home The Sun III showing as great an siwortment as you will find anywhere st price tOIparBulbs Bulbs lilt kind Special r e Altaclnth bulbs par docwi J5c Mf J f Poppi Seed Co Second street Old a r ono 24- 31Shntes for the rink pln stool roller sod tain bearing roller any Bite reasonable pieces at H D Clements 8 Co Tho choir of drooo Episcopal church will mast Saturday night pt 7 oclok for pmetko Instead of or Friday night as titrtoforh Ttno Lndlw Mite eodery of Ufo Fire BnpMwt omirtli will iwat Fit day afternoon at 3 oclock at Uio cliurrh Attnrnoy O O Oratsbami has TO t turned from WlcMlffe whom lio nil jlomKd court f fThe Use of- Toileta Cologne iis conyiileretl u little old fashioned in this dayl of ex pensive fxtrnrM and toilet waters But if you will give our Nerbli Cologne I In fair trial you will be sur priced nt the fresh clean fragrance oDd a little in ffr tho bath water will strengthen t your opinion perhaps of your grandmothers Rood taste Qnr Neroli Cologne is very fine indeed and we sell it In half pint glass stoppered bottles fori i II SOC r ti l1Z W tfcmfcrts 1 to 10I SPECIAL VENIRE FROM HARRISON I i Georgetown Ky Nov 14 Sp- eclatDesplle the stubborn fight made by the attorneys for O alb Powers that the Jury be selected from the county of Faycttc Special Judge Morris ordered a special vonJro of 200 men from Harrison county Tho court declared that should alutlali panlcl bucliopcn he wpuld trot outdo tho panel and oomonlsh t iu fJltlrllf to be careful In ttoo Aeloctlon of ven ire munII Franklin nRkedforwore tlmo this morning to prcpar veounter avowal I I to that of tic dttfenso on Uio qUI I lion of tho Tajflor pardon Nearly nil Democratic members of the leg I islature of 1900 ate present Judge rMorris cavo KranMln until this afternoon and aqjoumod court Powers I tried to get In tho record a letter to tho sheriff of Scott county asking hint to secure aid for any Harrison countyt deputies in getting the Jury Judtfe Morris refused to allow tilt tutor In the record 1 I YOUVU IHTim JACKSON SHOWED WHITE KIUTIIKU los Angelea Cal Nov HSamt Langford of Uoaton was given tho iiII dectelon over Young Peter JaCk Onjj of Baltimore at the end oX theII I round before theItwentieth In a fight Pacific Athletic club last night Charles Hyton was tho referee Jaok I eon was unpopular becauso of hisII failure to flftht and Langford showed iiwrlority throughout JncksOn a 10 to C favorite was hooted by tho larjte crowd In attendance IIUSTHK SI5IUS mIICTSII OF UKIIKOtF Simi HUY 0I I I Trustee peck Ilevd held a sale of I the accounts and personal protxl rty of the E Itohkopf Saddlery company thla morning at 10 oclock In iiI I the Cotunibla building which 1811 ThOlltablceI I IIIIIIOYIIbouhand W V Eaton bought the accounts I for 40 I IIllsI I John Smodrela bricklayer of 801J I south Third street hit his right knee with a brlckhammor yesterday after I noon lato anti fell off some scantling on which ho was working dislocating hll knee In tho fall Dr J D Hob irtson dressed tho Injury Unity Contitt Theo ten loadlnj bablea In tho baby contest now going on at Kozy theater Ist1o 4 H 0 Thompson 101 6- 2dNo C4 Wm It Smith 834 rtNo 28 Clins F Wllstach CSO tthNo 27 Nell L Uallowo f85 ionNo 1C Anna I Krlticr 50- 4tlrNo 17 Eunice Merrltt 48C rthNo 35 Mary UI Duke 4CR thNo 32 Eugene 8edlharry 11- 1ilthNo 1 Milton Mnlcoffslry 3 1- 10thNo 14 Very loug 351 Flftythrco babies 1n conleet A koto with each I cent admission All babies pictures shown on curtain In connection with regular program Contest closes Saturday night nlicrltniico Toy Hclirnio Opposed Columbus 0 Nov HTho ad Ire of Professor Chas J llnllock it Harvard on tho Inhorltaiwco tax which ho opposed it as a federal Inv trumont to reduce uwollcn fortunes was recolvwl with favor by most of the delegates at the national tax con eronoo today- Professor H Parker Willis of leorgo Washington University Wash neton D C delivered an address on nolatlotv of federal 4o state and lo ral tnxatlon at tho afternoon eve ionTrolleytnn Oiillty In Wrick Worcestor Mass Nov 14Net- on D Smith a conductor on tho Worcester and South Bridge Street rail war was found guilty of manslaugh ter hEro today because of reaponalbll 111 for tho death of iMotorman Ooo U Fyzgerald In a trolley wreck at barlton City on August 29 last fudge Pierce sentenced Smith to pis IL hbu ofcwrecUon Ja PEOPLE t 1ANU SOCIAL EVENTS TTrPnducah Couple JIarry In Cairo The marriage of Miss Magglo How oil and Mr Rodney Thompson of this city took place In Cairo 01 pCn1formand the couple left Immediately for n ten days wedding trip through the south It was not an elopement butI the deslno for a quiet wedding andi no announcement was made of their Intentions here Mr Is the oldest ot Thompson1acab He Is a capable yoking buslines man and Is manager of the laundr at Fifth and Jefferson streets Ill bride Is nn attractlvo young woman with many friends Sho boas beer bookkeeper for Uio Fifth and JelTer son street laundry for several year and resided at 701 South Ninth streetMr ante Mrs Tliomison will mak their homo at 719 Clark street 01 their return Magazine Club H Mre Hit Q Boone Is hostess to tho Magazine club this afternoon at libr home 308 South Sixth street Harpers Magazlno is reported by Mrs Robert B Phillips and Mrs Vernon Blythe Miss Ora I dgli and MnI I OUPO Maxwell represent the Atlantic tenthly A resume of tin Literary Digest ta by Jlrs Victor Vorls and Mrs Armour Gardner featured the Cojmopolltau Ilciisant lIntcrtalnnifiit Mrs Mike Isemnn entertained the ladles of iManchester Grove W duCt tiny afternoon with a luncheon at her home at Fourth and Wadilngtoi streets Lukvheon was served after a boon contest The first pram was won by Mrs Berger the second by Mrn Kyte1 the third by Mrs Fulton The luncheon was served In tho din lug room Tho tablo toad a beautiful center plfoe carrying out tho lavan der and green colors of the order The dining room was beautifully due orated Those present were lee tames ItasoT Jordan Kyle King VVIsong Burger Reed Simpson Keevos Botz Smith Bright Shorter Clark Perry Harrisburg Ill Kett Ion Coble and Fulton Tho ladles had the pleasure of seeing tho char ter of Manchester Grove tho most beautiful over shown by any grove Mrs Mike Ieman was presented the 125 set of prlzo banners by Mrs Emma D Manohtwter of Omaha Neb They reprot iit the characters ot love Wisdom Power and Remem brance First Ijuly of Hie Commonwealth llcitli Old and Nowl Woman Mrs Augustus E Wlltaon Is a wo nan of striking personality and itrong character and as the first arty of tho state will meet all the eaulromonts with charm and dignity hough shrinking from the publicity or the life and preferring tho privacy of home She never favored her bus sands candidacy but Mr WlllsonIu lists that Mrs Wllleon will be a far otter Mrs Governor than her hus and can ever be governor and that le like nearly all men ho ever knew mtmarrted hlmsojf Mrs Willson Is Itted to sympathize equally with tho Inow woman and tho more old ashlonod type as the following nc oubt from the IxiuUvlllo Times shawl IIrl Willson Is a member of tho iVomans club of Louisville an or anlzatlon given to tho study of You may meet her at the Thanksgiving din neryou may want to look your best You can find just the correct things to wear at our store Dont wait till the last minuteCome in and take time anda good suit andovercoat Some special values at 15 this week I e t e 1 economic and social fluestlo n tho alleviation of distress andtro I lunate conditions of the poopl sh Is a member of the civics committe of that club and most earnest In philanthropic and educational matters Mrs Wlllson also Is a mmber of tho Query club a literary and social organization of the highest har acter a member of the Countr i ui and a devoted communicant of the Fourth avenue Presbyterian cbnrch She Is descended on both sides from tho Scotch Covenanters and on botli sides fhe comes of colonial noidiei ancestryCot Stephen A Baard Major John Walker Major Anai aoylandclal of colonial days lato Gen James A Elkin was a theII onel In the regular army In the termastcrs department during the civil war and was brovetted genera by President Lincoln for merltoiiou and distinguished services Her brother Capt William M Elkia t captain and quartermaster of volun teers In tho SpanishAmerican war serving In the south In the Philip pines and with the China relict expe dition Jlrs Wllleon Is of mediun height still retaining the figures anc carriage of her girlhood and the ap pearance and polso which Is the herlt age of generations of elegant fore bears and of refinement and culture Her eyes are gray and expressive her hair Is h dark red and her mannei gracious genial and kind She Is ra woman of splendid Intellectual attainments and many graces of heart and mind which have made her ta great favorite in Louisville soviet and wherever she has been Si e Is a genuine housekeeper and lovs hei home on Fourth avenue which slu and Mr Wlllson built In 1893 and which they both deeply regret tc leave Curd Party Novemlnr I10 nt Woman Club House Mra Frank Boyd 407 North Fifth street has Issued Invitations for a card party on Tuesday afternoon al 2 oclock at the Womans club house It Is the initial private entertainment In the now club house and will be a handsome affair Penmen Pudiicnh Girl Married In Louisville Tho marriage of MIss Georgia Don nln formerly of this city to Mr Thomas Todd of Louisville take place today at the brides homo 1In Louisville Mr and Mrs Todd wll pass through here Sunday evening 01 route to Florida on a several weeks wedding trip Returning they wll stop lix Paducah for several days at tho guests of Mr and Mrs Oscar Kahn 324 South Fourth street The bride Is a girl of altracUv personality pretty and vivacious Sho is the daughter of Mrs Jack Honnln and lived here cs a child Mrs Oscar Kahn of Paducah Is an aunt Mr Todd Is a prominent young business man of Louisville M H Welkel was given a judg mont against Wallace Well for 294 Maimed due on a contract WelJild mltted owing Weikel tho amount given In the verdict The cn5wll be appealed T I The suit of the Paducah DUtlllerle company against tho Nashville Chat anooga St Louis railroad was dis missed without prejudice on motloi or the plaintiffs attorneys The suit of E E Lynn agalns John B Terrell Is on trial this after noon Lynn Is suing for D000dam ages claimed for personal Injuries resulting from a list fight with Ter rel Mr IL N Cliflsman who manages a big timber and heading business In western Kentucky was In ho city this morning en route to DentonICewanec 111 left today for a trip hrougli the cast en route home They have boon visiting Mr and Mrs III M Dalton on Madison street Mrs Jane Tyler of Rector Ark Is In tho city on her way to tho east and south Messrs G A Rudd and Charloa lavngo of tho AyerLord Tlo company are In the city today on business from the south Mr A B Johnston sccreUxry of ho Tumors union of the I C shops III sick at Ms lionio Nineteenth and ray streets- Mrs Goprgo Shcphanl of South Jolftb street Is visiting relatives In Iopk1ns lllo I Westoii Hoadics I1ulTlllojj Buffalo N Y Nov 14 Edward ayson Weston en route to Chicago cached tho Iroquois lintel n few minutes before C oclock lust evening lie was met by n crowd of at least 1000 persons Weston covered 36 illea between Batovla and Buffalo In tho taco of a forty mCcan hour galo Ho was tired but in excellent spirIts Ho will resume bis journey tomorrow morning New Justice for I I Mrlet Washington Nov 11 Don parto nnounced that Josiah Vanorldel of Wyoming has been selected as asso lated Justice of the court of appeals ot the District of Columbia succeed ng McComas deceased Ilrndley Jury Senind Washington Nov 11 The Brad ey jury was completed at 1130 The Jurors were accepted ke both sides end sworn In 1rolilliltlon Statute Passed Montgomery Ala ov i4 T 3tailutory prohibition Yes pa efl to J Ii IN THI COURTS T In Circuit Court I G W Thomas flied suit In circuit court yesterday against Felix Hudson alleged to be duo for feeding stock belonging to Hudson I It T Phelps was discharged from the petit Jury and G W Webb was substituted on the panel I Tho plaintiff In the action of J M Humphrey against the Cohankus I Manufacturing company flied motion I and rcaspns for a new trial Tho trial of tine case resulted In a verdict for tho defendant I IJUdgo D 0 Park returned this I from Mayfleld where hoe went last night to consult with clientalI cometupI circuit court- CELIsfItATED SIXTIETH WEnDING ANNIVKItSAUV Clnrksvllle Tenn Nov HV H Rudolph one of the bestknown citi zens of Clarksvllle died after an ill ness of five weeks He was born In Montgomery county and was In his eightythird year Ho was a coated ate soldier In 1906 ho celebrated his sixtieth wedding anniversary He Is survived by iris wlfo and live chil MrlRudolphI business and ho was known as ono of tho finest judges of tobacco In the trade Ho served several terms as vicepresident of the Tobacco Board of Trade Enough Said Jinks Ilnve you rend my last novel Minks I trolls so Germanys Itcply Most Unrnvoralilc Paris Nov HThe Matin declares the reply of Germany to the SpanishFranco note proposing an In ternational commission to examine Into iho claims for damage arising from tho bombardmenlt of Cassa blanca the French and Spanish AeXnndrlalcomnllsslon speedy settlement of the question and demands In addition a separate Gor- man commission to settle the claims of German merchants Democratic Committee French Lick Ind Nov 14 Chairman Taggart of the Democratic national committee Issued a call for a meeting of the committee hero No vember 22 at which the time and place of the next convention will be discussed but no final action taken Volumes uuLady Onshlngtoii So your son Is o real author How distractingly Inter eating And does IIP write for mousy V otlcnl Dad Yen i gat his appll caucus about once n weak Punch Ambassador Stricken Rio Janeiro Nov HWhen Ir ving B Dudley the American nm bassador to Brazil was on tho cruiser Tennessee two days ago ho suffered In severe hemorrhage Ills condition Is now much Improved Absoluto re pose hpwovor has been ordered toys Start Destructive Fire Parsons Kas Nov 14Flro that threatened tho entire business district of tho city destroyed 200000 worth of propertythis afternoon Tho fire originated In a barn where small boys were smoking cigarettes To Sell uncoil by Weight Canton O Nov HTho Ohio millers In state association here fa voted legislation to compel tho sell Ing of bread by weight Advice to a Theorist What kind of views would you advolso me tc set forth In my next lecture tour Inquired the habitual orator Well answered the coldly practical theor let If I were you Id get some store optloon views Washington Star LOSTIndY8 gold watch close face with fob attached engrave Sue out fob on Broadwh botweer Rudy Phillip g companyi and TII1 tIe Keep WarmAnd Avoid Bad Colds and other sickness by poorly heated homes This is a True Soot and Gas Burner Wo say and guarantee that no soot will be in the stove or pipe after the entire winters work f Our line is complete in sizes finishes designs quality and price Our Prices range from 125 to 7500 Dont fail 2 C the Best Line GEO 0 HART SONS CO Incorporated 4 jj JJtjWANT ADS f TTZrT a Subscribers Inserting want ads In The Sun will kindly remember that nil such Items lit to be paid for when the ad lis inserted tho rule ap plying to every one without excep thou FOR KINDLING wood ring 23C1 MITCHELLS for highgrade bicycles 326328 South Third street i FOR SALE or rent laundry complete Ring old phone 426rII TOIL SALECheap gasoline boat Gray engine Address A K Sun FOR heatlLg and stovewood ring 437 F Levin FOR DHi wuut old phone 2361 WANTED Men to cut cord wood Good wages Ring old phono 43C FOR RENT Blacksmith shop Fifth and Jefferson John Dean I II FOR RENTThree room cottage Apply to 1335 Trimble street TOit SALECheap nice fourrooa cottage Apply 1750 Clay I TINTED Secondhand ralllr wagon Address Q care Sun 600 LOADS dry stove wood for quick delivery flout phones 203II FOR SALERoll top desk with chair Apply at this office I ORDER your dry stove wood loose and bundled kindling from Johnston Denker Coal Co Both phones 203 FOR SALE PInno furniture and range Apply to 2421 Broadway I Old phone 72- 5CIATIiE3 t cleaned and pressed All work guaranteed Solomon The Tailor 115 South Third street Phone 1016a A BRICK residence for rent 835 Madison Apply to iRev W E Cave 214 North Seventh street WANTED To rent house or cottage by permanent tenant Address P G M care Sun COTTAGEfor rent f8 per month Three blocks from postofflce Apply it 441 South Sixth street FOR RENTGood five room louse 2402 Broadway Apply at grocery opposite Now phone 1242 FOR SALE Young honeysucke tines lOc each Address The Bunga low 1754 Monroe street GOOD PRICE paid for furniture and stoves at Williams Peal 21ijI south Third street New phone 901a RANTEDBoyys to learn the prInters trade Apply to Sutherland Jcdlclno company Init3G 0 RENTTwo rom houses on KIncaid street across Sixth street ridge Apply to GIp Husbands ot phone 17SO GO and have n pair ofpastainute o order for J7OV Goods guaran cod Solomon Tailor 113 South hfrd street FOR RENTTo gentleman nicely urnlshed upstairs room convenient o bath hot and cold water Apply o R D Clements 408 Clay street DONT FORGET the HolelnUio Wall 11115 South Third street for tfiHeconcarne tamales and sand vines of all kinds LADIESour catalogue teacher maylcurIogr I THE Perfection Oil Heater arc Rayo Lamps advertised in this paper are sold only by Noahs Ark FOR RENTOne sixroom cottage 502 North Seventh All mod ern conveniences Phone 254 RlTFour room fiat with bath front and back porches halls etc upstairs No 1440 Broadway L D Sanders Send lOctor Instructions for removing pimples from tho face without use of drugs Address Z care General Delivery FOR RENTNice home In conn try two miles from city Good past uro Apply Chas Bichon 3892+ old phone- AMENOurI catalogue explains how wo teach barber trade In few weeks mailed free Moler Barber College St Louis Mo iMOTHERS SOOTHING BALM for chapped and rough skin made by Mrs Hawkins Is for sale at Stutzs candy store- LOSTAt Harbours store October 29th brown silk waist with lace trimming Liberal reward Return to Harbours LOST November2 in or near hi grocery corner Twelfth and Jackson one Cameo set ring Finder pleas return to 1211 Jackson street and receive reardC- LEANING AND PRESSING neatly done Satisfaction guaranteed Work called for and delivered One trial Is all I ask James fluffy Soutl Ninth street near Broadway Phoa 338a FOR SALE Ono of the prottUst modern twostory residences In Pa ducah well located furnace and alti conveniences Price C000 Cic guarantee a tenant for five years at M80 a year Address X core Sun WANTED For U S army Abl bodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35 unions of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speak read rod write English Men wanted now for service In Cuba For Information pply to Recrutlng Officer New Rich mend House Paducah Ky NIGHT SCHOOL Fjrst monu 4 tuition free If you clip and mall or present this notice within tho next vo days to Draughons Practical Misincss College incorporate 314 H Broadway Paducah Od phone 1755 asking for particulars t his remarkable otter Ie you desire quit at end of month owing noihtS or continue at special rate34 ft nonthAGENTS WANTEDTo sell The Old South and the Now the most universally popular book over sold iIn the land of Dixie First complete cork devoted entirely to Bout orn ilstoryi It closes with the story of he Jamestown exposition Canvass ng outfit sent free on receipt of2Q cents to pay postage Ordor at ouco vicinityomplete ages and 150 Illustrations P tce only J223 Elegant Christmas prev ant Address Universal Book C sSIble House 1006 Arch street Pho lelphla Pa Toting Men Wanted liar Nnvy A navy recruiting party will visit this city November 14th to November 29th 1907 when examination will be made for all ratings Good pay it tho start and an opportunity for advancement Ago limit for nn with a trade 21 to 35 Boys 17 to 25 Food lodging medical attendance anti fffO outfit aTolot 1 s free rAnlr Ix THE PAblTAH EVENING SUN TJIUIISDAY NOVKMIIKU 11 1 1 lr A LITTLE TALK about heavy overcoats may bo valu i+ blo to you If you drop in on us and Set us give you polntos as to styles rud materials for stylish and hand some garments Everyone knows lithe nthcy are fitted at our rooms that they always bear the stamp of fashion and gentility Wo aro wait Jag for your order Cold weather Y has arrived H M DALTO sr 4 0 3 Broadway AMh Warren the Jeweler s II rCity Transfer Co C L Van Meter Manager All Kinds of Hauling s Second and Washington Streets Warehouse for Storage v Both Phones 499 Y + i V2 lI r ED D HANNAN sSaritary Plumber Steam Heating Expert Repair Work Solicited Both Phones 201 132 S Fourth at 325 Kentucky Avenue I i I Irish Tune Chunns Snake There are some residents of the Soho section of Belleville N J wh are said to believe this story which is being told there l1imglniJclolbes she happened to whistle a few bars of her favorite air The Wearing of the Green To her amazement a whip snako glided from the wood pile near by Halted and seemed fascinat ed by the music When Mrs Scully ceased whittling the snake vanished tnthe Woodpile 1 On her husbands return from the copper works where he Is empio1ed1 Mrs Scully told him how unwltlng Iy she had played snakecharmer ScullyandThe Wearing of the Green In a few moments the snake appeared and I r Ir seemed greatly to enjoy Scullys wind music Since then all the Scullys young and old have been whistling to the snake which has boo rome quite York World Ct t t Their Favorite Dogs Poultry raiser Setter Teacher Pointer dealer Chow Shoe and tan Football player Coach dog Teamster Whlppeti T C j v rt ir glfiht promoter Pug II Cuspidor sparflel Living for men Is the beats evidence of loving God t f 8- C10 Q s = 3- I l4 c fl QJ S =ftS C c U = 0 QO100 g t Jt UCC- w 01 lr I A I AUti UIIIGJ OfIC c3 N NtEo CjJ Z I re II 4ZIe arr- ta IZ M CIII IE41 5ro roZ tameNeu rjcllcatezsen dealerBlack CrookShephP rdta4Shllotltastlff AeronautrSkye l Poticcman13u11 manufacturerSpitz MilkmanWater av tJCQ n cdO v 1 W JZ1 0 IIm1M F z z- OZ t1Js C 0 Z t NrQ WtJJLJ-a Q zFu encu en Z uJ ut lL J5tJJ1 VZpWWr r 1 t h ARMY CANTEEN AS SOURCE OF EVIL General Daggott Says it Wns Feeder to DoggcriJ s i I Olllccrs Aciiunluted VltU Institution Were All Oi j ocU to It Grant Ignorant i IT WAS XOT rest UXCILXXGE i Gen A S Uaggett U S A has devised a plan that he says will solve the drink problem in the army and revolutionize the military service In an address at Nashville Sunday night he aldlf a system of limiting de BlrabU details and making promotions In the non commtzsianed coterie of the army to the total nbtalncra letting It be knociR tho soldier rho drinks 1ms nothing to expect the army vill be revolutionised Gen Daggott Is one of the fow officers who OJIJKI J restoration lUIlIY canteen to the army He was at the W C T U national by Invitation and Sunday night he delivered the following address before a great crowd at the jly man auditorium The canteen was first established at Vancouver barracks then Nash iugtoni territory In 1882 on there about It was called an amusement room Its object was to keepl tho en listed men away from the outside saloons by furnUhing them with a place of resort In tho garrison A room was fitted up with things neces sary for Innocent amusements and lunch counter attached thereto The ladies of the garrison made the room attractive as opjy charming army la dies know tow to do It was well patronized the very first ocnoIlnsThe number of soldiers visitlqg It In creased till it became nenaT to add another 1OOlDDCr nov nay other Intoxicant was allowed ln it Tho hard drinkers would go jtholr way to the saloons It made a eharp dividing llne botwon the good and bad the former largely in the major- Ity It was tried as aa experiment It was a success from the beginning and without the Bale of beer This should bo noted When lubsequeirUy beer wns Introduced it was sold in a separate room whon iraotlcnble The beer room then bo came Uiamaln attraction till other roams being loss and less patronized until in some cases they were prac tlcally abandoned What wes the cflect Tho beerlere canteen save the better class of men then majority an opportunity to spend their leisure time amidst moral and elevating sur roundings They were belng OOcat d by these Influences Good habits were being formed and confirmed young men would be discharged and go to their homes with as good hub its as when they enlisted nod strengthened by valuable experience With the bore canteen the tempta tion to drink was constantly before them Pressure as I wav Informed was brought to briar upon tho total abstainers which none bu the strong est co ul A resist Ninetenths yield cd and were discharged with the beer habit fastened upon them Deer did not keep the hard drinker In tho obstalnera which nono but the strong for stronger drink What was tine final result Simply this The beer canteen mado the total abtsalnor a moderated drinker and then Bent IIIthisManyothere have seen the same Ami this is just what common sense teachesThis Institution was called cat teen till Keburary 8 1S92 when the name was changed to post exchange but the beer or saloon room retlned the tame canteen Whon abolish teem Wh u the canteen was abolish ed Februnry 2 1901 only tho can teen or beer room was abolished The post exchange remained and doyu to this day It has a fine building at many posts a gymnasium rending room and library lunch counter and store for general merchandise It Is the soldiers club In November 1889 I was sta Honed at Dacoor Philippine islands The troops had not been paid In many months Tho post exchange ofjlcer made great preparation for payday by stocking the oaritoerf with loads of beer Payday came The mOll patronized the canteen till load ed with beer then went to vliso dens for something stronger A largo percentage of the mon became drunk An attack was threatened In cone quence of the condition of our men- The commanding officer wired to the division commander the condition of affairs asking for Bober troops They crime as fast aa tho steamer could bring them 1 doubt not tho arrival of these fresh troops prevented an at tack winch mIght have been disast rous just on account the condi tion of out men The canteen did not in this case keep the men away from the vino dens grid saloons It did not at rots Omaha Neb rdrter N y Asslnnlbolno Mlsoouln and Cue ter Montana Logan Col Sill Ok lahotna and Huachuca Arizona I cervcd at aM these posts and others It la said saloons will spring up near nrrby iwxsts where there ia no caotecn 1 So they will had as many IIf not wire vrhorc therolte a can I Many people suffer from Blood Poison and dont know It Head symptom Easily cured by n IL II bonesohnktoralolnte nnd Itchlnff pulns S obby- skin blood fels hot or thin Swollen Glands Risings and Dumps on tho skin Sore Throat r Mouth falllnff hair Pimps or ofT naIve eruptions Cancerous florae Lumps or Sores on Lips Face bi any part of the body Tnke llolnnlc mood Ilnlm II II 11 3uariiurrd to cUro cv n the worst and most deep Seated raf U n U drives all iicl Bonous matter from tho system and tends a flood of pure rich blood direct to the skin surfarc in this way Aches EruptionsSores qUlcklhenle1tit entire body Into n clean healtlry condition Thousands oC tho worst capes cured by n U II utter all other treat ment foiled CfRKX 1TC1IIXO IJCZKMA Watery blisters open Itching sores of ellI kind nil leave after treatment with n P Jt because these troubles ore mused by blood poison while II II D kjlla the poison makes tho blooupuro anti rich heats tho sores and stops tho itch lnC IIOTAXIC moo IMIII n U n Is pleasant nail safe to take composed ot pure Botanic ingredients SAMILE EST FrUE by writing Illood Balm Co Atlanta Go SOLD BY UnUOaiSTS or sent by express At fl 1BK LAHOK KOTTLU with directions for home cure Sold In Padnenh Ky by R W LangUrothreo squares of Washington barracks D C says Major Sylvester superintendent of ponce of District of Columbia nhon the canteen was established than when It was abolished The same applies to Fort Meyer Virginia The fact Is the canteen is a foejler of the saloons creating and strengthening the beer habit and then sending them out for stronger drink Several ofllra and other per sons who have had no experience wdtheanteeaId thoregular army In time of p icvhave written in favor tlflt It U but fair to the public ttmttttry should know how mtje opporuftilty torrfe tot these bale had tbjectdeadut tkb canfr n Wither df them knave irtTtWnK about the effects of the Canteen in the roguJar army In time of pcorei by personal espar lentte trad ob9naUon Sorvleo in tho volnnteers Ih tjmo of war Is of no jpurposeCapt for the OuUooh an nrUcle favoring the lln- otealsTahilate captain enUrad tho rcsutararni In September 1S98L Ile could ttotbhvo seen a canteen In asCoi h and Major Seaman wrote Articles tt r e or four years ago favoring the canteen which wOn pqbJJ bm lit tho North Amerlean Un den The former rsh nod from the r r ttDepartment Store The store for all thrifty people It is tho store that does sell its merchandise at real cash prices and docaglVol cash on cashier checks v Noticei the blatant inconcisten cy off most merchants en Cashiers Checks Common senao Instinctively perceives that a merchant Is not selling goods at real cash prices who adver Uses to tako cashier checks at 10E or more In trade when ho wont glvo you even what they call for in real money Dear reador arent you tar mere Intelligent than such merchants think Why some merchants jrlccvj pre so high that they ought to give you even a 125 of their merchan dise for a cashier check or any other kind of a dollar Next Friday and Saturday November 15lh and 16th Wo will fiivn i A CLOAK OPENING The rjpreieutctlves of a prominent manufacturer will be here with sev eral hundred garments ready to deliver at onco Will be glad to havo you comet The McPherson Drug Store Service I SUPERIORITY The McPUcrson DrUg Store Ser viceI stands high above all com and although widely imitated and constantly copied our customers know tho differ once between McPberson Ser vice and ordinary Drug Store ServiceOur Policy Is original Our Methods are original Our Success Is phenomenal If You Want the best In any thing and everything that maybe obtained at ud rug store If you want It ac till most reasonable price possible If yon wont It promptly If you want ftt vihygbsuluto sitisfactipu toy ft ncornO at once to army about fortyfour years BRO The latter was never In the regular nnny but In the volunteer eorvlco In the SnaultJiAmerlcan war And yot the Rcneral public supposes nil there per sons to ba purcharged with know tedgo of the canton by personal ex perience nnd pbsorvaUoiK Who Is this darkencth counsel bywords without knowledge I have received letters and verbal messages from officers from chap all to colonel approving my posi tion on the canteen but nearly afc ways with restriction contldontlal1 Tho following general officers of tho army wore opposed to the canteen Gone Miles Howard Shatter hoary Ludlow Carlln Anson Mills Wes8ol Wlnt Kimball nay Ctiamco and Joe Wheeler All of theeo wcr6 In the regular army during the ex istence of the canteen except Gen WheelerBut there is a simple remedy for this whole matter If tho Waihing ton authorities will say to the artily officer and enlisted men that other things being equal all selective tip polntmem and Important and dculr ablo details shall bo given by prefer ence to the total abstainer the army will be revolutionized S I ASSESSMENT 1 OK ALL icixns or PHOPKUTY l ILLINOIS IS COXILIiTK Total IK i tlH02JIIH Mnklnc n Iurgo Increase l niully Illsi v tributtxl Springfield Ill Nov HThototal equalized assessment of parser al property lands and lots for tho year 1907 aggregates 1138022398 according to reports by committees Of the state board of equalization 4This4 crease of I229CS73C or almost 10 per cent over tho aggregate assess- menten than throe oiaescs of prop arty last year whoa the tonl was U015C83022 The Increase lla dfs trlbut l about equally among the three clalwea of property Tate total JlitaHs d asseramenW reported to the board are as follows Personal property 240813 CEO Lands sgiM 44IG Goth 09898 CC2 Total l13SCJ239Sl Her Advaatbirr 11 A mans vocabulary Is alvray lacer than a romans Yes but a womans Is moro persist ent Philadelphia Press I c r tL 63 Copies for 1 Cent Ueo our best Binutlesa nnd nraearlesa carbon papers and you can jjgt from 175 Jo 200 clear cut impressions from each sheet Onr best grade comes in blue black and pnrplo nt 265 per box What better do you want in tho way of satisfactory goods at u low price f See onr special carbon for pencil uso nt ltOO for 100 slieetpA This does the work as good ns any carton made a Our Vearbe3t Typo Writer Ribbons nro tho finest made We are felling them at 65c any color and for any machine WTT OM TIlE i DIP O M BOOAM At Mnrbour Dopnrtmont Store jIi 1 AlitA W P Patton It Rudy p Purycnr President Oulilrr AsuUtant Cnshlrr 4a CITIZENS SAYINGS BANK lacrIlQrd Capital to e 11100000 SiirjiU r 00000 Stockholders liabilityI 100000 Total upcurlty to depositors 2T0000 Accounts of Individuals anti Onus solicited Wo appreciate iinnll nil well UK large depositors and accord to till tho same courteous treatment t Interest Paid on Tim i poS1t9e OPIwV SATUIIDAY NIGHTS WIOJ 7 TO 8 OCLOCK iit Third andBruadwai 1 K J n IIAPPV AS A CUM In hlRh water 1Is thb man who gets one ot our fine briar pipes and a package of Forked Doer smoking 10 bacco They aro the poor tunas friend and solace as well as tho rich roans leasurei Wo have a One as orttiit of pipes smoking tobacco chewing tobacco and clgarettt Ev eryon knows our choice brands of cigars iwcfallyi our III at 5 cents t- II Tin SMOKI iiousi iSiS Broadway 1Iih x rlr 5iti INSURANCE At31ENTS i N ABA L WEll1 CO StatmBotlcrLifeAccident illlato Glass- Ilcuith Oprgo Liability Hull Automobile ElectorI 011 726IceCampbell Building Pl1duCah Ky 1- iorM 1 7TJI I II IJ dA I c I Do Your Shopping With t e CASHIERS CHECKS i Read the Proposition Below It Means I 105 to You for Every Dollar Spent With These Merchants V E the undersigned merchants agree to allow five vv per cent discount on all purchases made of us and paid for at the time of purchase with cashiers i checks on anyof the Paducah banks until further notice j1 Signed f 1 1ll JUDY PIIIMIPsk O MPHKItSOX DRUG STOKE ILlmSTmNlI tos H WKIIJii A SOY NAOKL MEYUK AVILTj J CIM1EUT I HUG STOKU GEORGE KOCIC SIIOK coJultcml THOMPSOV 1 J Ia WOLFF It2I I CUMKY CCO It W WALKHIt CO J W OKAVICS 8 SON K JiII Ji All merchants will honor cashiers checks for theirj faceValue and are glad to get them but the above mer I chants will allow you five cents more on every dollarsr I ttU Vtnn J inJcashiers checks on Paducahs banks i i 4x1 1CJsas y J fI11IV11ADAYle0VE1 FR li1d THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN w j c V w 270 Worth of Sanitol Toilet Prepara tions f- or1OO I I We would be glad to have you callat our store and let us explain this remarkable offer to youFree delivery to any part of the city Both phones 756 S H TWIN STEAD Druggist fcoventh and Broadway HENRY linnet JR REMOVED TO THIIID AND KENTUCKY took finding Bank Work Jtpl lid Library Work a specialty Dr fl T Hessig Office 205 S Fourth St Office Houii stole am 1p- mWatch Both Phone 270 the- Label lilt Potucaii Ky This label Is a guarantee of quality and it is also a guar tee to those to whom you send flowers that you buy the best buy horses sell horses WEboard horses dt1 n general livery business he Tully Livery Company- beorporatL Fcutth SL and IcnlcckJ Are Ir I Memphis Tonn October 1C round trip 526 For rest Cavalry Birmingham Ala Round trip 935 0ttL idth and 20th return Oct 27thAccount Press Clubs- Loulsvllle Ky Round trip 096 Oct 14th mid 16th return Oct 19th Account Grand Lodge R A M Homo Seekers tickets to all points In the south and southwest Including New Orleans Houston San Antonla Ft Worth Oklahoma and Indian Territory at about one fare for tho round trip good re turning for thirty days Jamestown Va Exposi tionl April 19th to November I aOth16 days 2375 Conch excursions on special dates 1800 every Tuesday limit 10 days For information apply to City Ticket Ofllcp Fifth and Broadway or Union Depot J T DONOVAN Atrt City Ticket Office BMPRATHER Agent Union Depot 04 iIn The Heat thai Doesnt go up Ole Fe You receive intense direct heat I from every ounce of fuel burned there are no damp chimneys or lonp pipes to waste the heal from a I PERFECTION Oil Realer IEquipped with Smokeless Device Carry it from room la room Turn the wick high or lowno botherno smolcno smell automatic quartsbprnsspan Every healer warranted The briallllIleadyLlust what you want for the Ion evenings Made oi brass nickel platedLatest improved central draft burner Every lamp warranted II your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency I STANDARD Oil COMJPAKV III U1e41 WILL IIK UUSIIKI TJIIjiOUnir Man fur llnllrontl IIIIU In Alnlmmn IAulsluhtre Montgomery Ala Nov 1rThos- cheme of railroad bills presented ut tho suggestion1 of Gov Comer woro all reported favorably In tho two houses of the legislature today They aro Ins rkel rail house having tho same so Uiat they may bo rushed through They classify the railroads abandon tho principal ot commodity claselflcntlonr and aro so arranged as to make practically ImposHlMo for tho railroads to have thorn enjoined Thcro scams no reason to believe that they will not bo through and signed by tho end of the week They provide for fi C per cent Increase over tho old commodity rate blllt IThat which pleases a refined and a rollectlvo reader must be good al though tho artillery of criticism be played upon It Tho falling tear blots out Aristotle C For submission mercy for resist anco war to tho knife Ancient Roman RHEUMATISM BODY RACKED WiTH PAIN JNo other disease causes such widespread suffering as Rheumatism fa n nerve racking torture and so thoroughly does It dominate the system when it becomes entrenched in the blood that its victims are usually com plete slaves to pain Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the Wood brought on by stomach troubles weak kidneys indigestion and a sluggish condition of the system The natural refuse of the body instead of passing oil through the ordinary channels of waste is left to sour and ermcnt in the system because of these irregularities forming uric acid which is absorbed into the blood and Rheumatism gets a foothold As the subIatanccsand bones Sharp biting pains commence the flesh becomes feverish swollen and tender the muscles and joints throb and jerk and the body ia literally racked with pain Plasters blisters liniments etc can never SSSPURELY VEGETABLE cure the disease they relieve the pain per haps temporarily hut do not reach the trouble which is in the blood S S S is the proper treatment for Rheumatism It goes down and attacks the disease at its head and by driving out the poison and acrid fluids which ore causing the pain and strcngthcn fag and enriching the blood cures Rheuma Usm permanently S S S is tie greatest of all blood purifiers just what is needed in every case of Rheumatism nook on Rheumatism and any mcdical advice free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA Mrl FOR KENTI Several desirablei I offices and rooms on second and third floor water light heat and janitor service included prices reasonable 0 o 00 o t- A1HERICANGFRMAN NATIONAL BANK P NINE SUMMERS OLD v As the Government Stamp will indi cate Purity of the Earty Times And Jack Beam Is unquestioned for the sideboard andmedicinal purposes and you can not secure anything superior Sold most everywhere I i r + J L TENNESSEE RIVER- IMPROYEMENT ASSN Will Rave Big Attendance at Knoxvilio Convention e t 5 Congressman Joliitj Moon Says He Anflclimtcs Attention to That Strenui ntriuKUlnr Session JOHN IATTKX TELLS Of WOKK 4 Chattanooga Tenn Nov HTho Tennessee lllvor Improvement asso elation will meet at tho rums of the Knoxvlllo board of trade tomorrow morning at 10 oclock President Thomas U Roulack of Sheffield and Secretary W B Roystcr left for Knoxvlllo this morning to complete arrangements for the convention It Is expected every part of Tennessee valley will be well represented at the meeting Knoxvllld Is planning at tractive entertainment for tho dole gatesSpeaking ot tho convention yestor day J A Fatten emphasized tho im portanco ot tho attendant of the Chattanooga delegation I fear thoro Is no general appreciation of the Im portance of this meeting said Mr Patton Wo havo come to a new epoch in tho Improvement of our river Judge Moons membership l on I tho Important rivers and harbors committee and tho early completion of tho Colbert shoalsrand tho Hajcs Bar lock and dam Improvement make our position much different from what It has been before Then tho projected power plant near Florence which provides for the Improvement of Little MUSRO shoals as well as giv- Ing six to nine feat at Mussel shoats Is a matter of great Interest It Is also known that the engineers have recommended tho complete canaliza tion of our river The attitude of the people of tho valley toward this pro ject will bo largely determined by tho Knoxville coTiveiUlon I dont doubt that Congressman Moonwill go to extremes to secure approprla tions for our waterways but hols ISI1nCispurajie day agitation of river Improvement means that tho next rivers and bar hors bill will boo large one and the united Interest of tho people of Ton nessee valley will be Influential iIn securing a larger portion of that ap propriation for our river than would otherwise come thisway Congressman Johni A Moons mom bership on the rivers and harborsI committee makes his views of thoI Tennessee river Improvement of great Interest to the convention In a let ter addressed to Secretary Iloyster of the association Judge Moon has spoken frankly ot tho situation IllsI letter Is understood to indicate favor able consideration on his part of thoI great project for canalizing tho Ton nessee which will mean tJufexpendl- ture of dollars and an stjltno year round channel Judge Moons letter which will bo read to theiconventlon u Is as followsxiChattanooga Tcnn Oct 20 1907 Mr1I W B Roster Secretary Tennes see River Improvement Associa lion Chattanooga Tenn- I hope that the convention may b I largely attended and that good results will follow its deliberations You are of course awaro of my In terest In tho Improvement of theI rlvorj and nothing that I can do shall1I bo left undone in procuring govern mental assistance to place the Ten nessee river in its proper positiontI 09 ono of tho greatest waterways ott tho country Tho last congress madeI appropriations and authorizations for Its expenditure for tho Improvement ofthe Tennessee approximating one million dollars It this money Is ex pended Judiciously before another river and harbor bill Is made I feelI I certain that congress will deal very liberally again with the Tennessee river and furnish the means for it speedy completion by removing nil1I obstructions In its channel to the depth of five feet In pursuance to tho plan adopted In the river and harbor bill of 1907 and I may suggest that It la possible and even probable that In tho next bill a more comprehensiveI and extensive plan for tho Improvement of this river from Knoxville to Paducah may bo embraced At any rate our efforts should bo unceas ingly directed to that end until It 1isI accomplished You are perhaps away oI that unless the money already appro prInted and authorized shall bo ex pended before tho next river and har bor bill is framed that our appro priation in that bill will necessarily be reduced In proportion to tho un expended balance then on hand to thoI credit of the river Your association Couiihind Spells iDcdir posed aodono hares hr a pc anncntlrcurfd ISJJJlithl rSublcand Ihr u hltiiiiatk t htahnlf und lOot lnr- QualUle n Ir lapfleded ural bralthyputs to a a condition doulutel Tree from opiate or harm ul ta gredltnli At Drustlsts 2a Cent e 11 1 I can do no better work than to look after and urge tho Immediate ex- pendIture ot tho money that we now have at our command If thla Is done I think ample appropriation will be provided for In the next bill looking td the speedy completion of the river Your association by call- Ing attention to the necessity of the wrk has done and can do much more good While the proposed deep waterways under dlscuslon should meet our approval It Is clear that duty to the people living jn tho states that border tho Tennessee river requires that wo should see to It that Interest In the Tennessee Is not lessened but augmented if possible by tho proposed great waterways Im provement referred to The MI=sIs sippi river at Its present depth can easily carry all of tho freight that may be borne to It on the Tennessee If this great waterway shall bo deep ened it Is our Interest to see to It that It Is not done at tho expense of Tennessee The Tennessee river Is the third greater river In the United States It hag been neglected more than U should havo been In the past Your convention can do a great work In assisting in securing tho proper recognition of tho Importance Of this riverI wish your convention much site cess In Its endeavors S JOHN A MOOS ROGERS LIVERWORT TAR AND CANCHALAGUA For the complete cure ol Cough Colds AithmR and Rrnrchllii and all Luni ectu LlerwortTar rtaodardroughInrdrug Un be Riven with ufety to children Price I byAlveyLttWlltrm O IXDIAXA HAT MAKE KASHIOX MIlllniTy of Girl Prom HooNhrdoiu Makes Siiisatlou of Broadway New York Nov 13From In diana to Broadway thats a tar cry Indeed But tho cry has been heard byvUroadway And now wo have right here tho hat that comes from Indiana Its tho most startling hat that Broadway ever gazed upon trror nothing else than Us size It Is 5 feet 8 Inches In circumference 2 feet In diameter and a foot high Miss Valeska Suratt wears It In Hip Hip Hooray at Joo Webers theater arid sometimes she may bo seen of a pleasant afternoon wearing Its replica along Broadway or in Fifth avenue If you must know It Miss Valeska Suratt was once a milliner girl out In Indiana She reached the stage by the artists model route and now she has fame because she was the original of Why Do They Call Mo a Gibson Girl last winter Those milliner days were very pleasant days too Miss Suratt put her heart and soul Into her hats She did this at tho beginning for 5 a week She wears them on Broadway now Instead of In hooslerdom When Miss Suratt was a milliner and riot a Broadway star she was the talk of her little Indiana village Nobody In Indiana over dreamed that sucn hats could be made Hijt long before she camo to No wYork and Broadway Miss Suratt was ranking hats Just nsFrenchy as If they kind como In a bandbox straight from Parts The hats that set people talking way back home were large hats but today when she has the full swing of New York they are larger and larger still But the largo hats of the In diana days were designed and trim aoliving Today Miss Suratt designs hats for tho fun of tho thing I get my fun out of hats now laughed Miss Suratt in telling of her experience whero oncesad It wasnt so long agqI had to malls my living out of them Its a bit of a secret and I dont qulto like to tell It But the reason I have so many hats Is that I make most of them myself Most of those I buy I alter anyway I stayed In the millinery trade until I camo to New York seven years mlllIIt happened I was an artists model and tho next thing I was on the stages I shall probably stay on tho stage just as long as they will keep me MODKIINISM Is Xot Approved By Trustees of Cath ollc University Washington Nov HThe board of trustees of tho Catholic University of America held a meeting and ills cussed the reports of tho rector and treasurer or tho university and con aliened matters pertaining to the ad ministration of the Institution The board of trustees placed a seal of ills approval on socalled modernism as a serious danger to tho church Tho board expressed Its sentiments on this question by Instructing Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore chancel lor of tho university and president of the board of trustees to write a letter to tho pope declaring the ad hesion of the university and its trustees to tho Important encyclical on modernism recently made public at Rome The encyclical was discussed at length and It developed the mem bers of thO board strongly In favor of tho sentiments which it contained Tho board adopted a resolution es tabllshlng a department of education Plans of the new department and tho selection of its head have not yet been worked out 1Envy Is little other than ambition I KB dress lultonII I jq ua uc1 tt POSITroNS I D I ONTJ1fT given backed by e300 000 00 capital and id years SUCCESS I DRAU liONS PRACTICALBusiness rnrorpdratatL lAD OAH 312 nroalmtjr and Evansf 111 anrt St InnliA RdoVkeeplnir Banking Shorthand Penmanship Telegraphy etc Indorsed hi buslnes1 ulna team by mill Write phune or tall for dialogue uto Collages In 17 Stator I GUY NANCE ff SON Undertakers and Embalmers 211213 S Third St Paducah Ky v 1 THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY trsay LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEI FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IlL INCOHPOHATt 1 Foreman Bros Novelty Co Incorppl U ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 1 House wiring electric plants installed Complete machine shop v t 123134 IS fourth St Phonto7 73 Af ICHEJ Ulkt4flnunrud-s uuw- rn r tyt TMEVlXStHEMKUftci anastnoraa JA MEMANDWOMEN0e nDnatraldarcallmmUIrrUUoDO of mueoni Pdnlen sod trot or mombran1 Sold by IIn75tucalr wrpperb BAD BLOOD mrblondplmpiewhletertnJmtrnor au at wu IDr boy whn lbe- plmptee dloap1 skier a mnnt4 Use hare commDnJed them i all mifriends ana reliefCI New York City N L Best For The BowelsCA- NCYCATItARTIC fend5rI I r uoUurntdSterling Remedy Co Chicago or NY ado ANNUAL SALE TEH MILLION FOXES LARKSKIDNEY KtDNEYGLOBES Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses glue relief and one ilex will sure any ordinary case of Kid soy or bladder trouble Removes travel sure Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all irregularities ot the Kidneys and Bladder In both men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on the no cure no pay baste by McPherson Drug store Fauifti tad Broadway sole agent for Padu tab or lent by mall upon receipt ot price by Lark Vedicln Co Louis rifle Kr 5iinrll to Consider NfRro Atlanta da Nov 13DlshoIo Henry M Turner head of tho African Methodist Episcopal church Bishop L II Holzcy tho senior bishop of tho colored Methodist Episcopal church and Bishop W Mood of tho African Methodist Episcopal Zion church have been authorized to call a council of bishops to meet in Washington on February 12 1908 The purpose is to consider the eccle siastical religious civil political and sociological condition of our race WITjLTASlS KIDNEY PILLS Have you neglected your kidneys Have you overworked your nervous sytem and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder Have you pains In loin side back groins and bladder Have you a flabby ap pearance of the face especially tmloi the eyes If so WlllUuii1 Kidney PIls will cure youat Druggists Price IiO- cWilliams Mfg Co Props Cleveland O A man Is mighty suro of the qual ity of his fame when he can honest Jly leave It to prosterlty to judge t S rod rSECURE 1 O r Monoy rt n c r 1 Also r I x q01 J IL t It R L McMurtrieII Old Phone 842 Manufacturer of s1Mattressess1j Furniture Stored and Packed i 403 JelfeiHi Stt I NEW STATE DOTELIfMBTHOPOU3 ILL 1 D A Bailey Prop tI Cetrect and best hotel In the cttjr Rate 200 Two Ilarge sample toom lath room Electric Lights the only centrally located Hotel d be city COMJIERCIAIj PATHONAGB ftO LIOrrro 1 ST LOUIS 8 TEXNESSKE 1UVEU I PACKET CXMPANr Incorporated loft THE TENNESSEE RIVERff STEUIEU CLYDE tI Laves Pnducah for Tennessee Every WixlnesOny nt 4 p JUnwIiIi A W WIIIRHT EUGENE ROBINSON Clerk hI This company is not responsiblei1for Invoice charges unless collected by tho clerk of tho boatff IISpecialI l- r rah to Waterloo Fare for the round I everyWednesday I i EVANSVILLE I A DUO A nAND CAIRO U Ert Incorporated EVANSVILLEPADUCAtfPACKETSN Hopklnj Steamers Dally leave Joe Except SundayIIvlllo and way TilE STEAMER DICK FOWLER waylandings rnowand return with or without meals 1 and room Good music and table surpassedFor Information apply unrr tGivenNFowlerCrumbaugh First and Broad- wayKILLTKECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS wrnt Dr Kings New + Discovery FOR OSUCHPRICB f r AND ALL TNROATANDLUNITRODULESff GUARANTEZDSATIFAQTQAi OR JIIOrZYBD11XDm 11c 4is F i EVENING SUNTIlunsDu XOVKMDKU 14 F PAGE atrrTHEPADTJOAII CLOTHES CIIC ill wtrr Craflmauuljtu If you havent worn Roxboro clothes maybe your cxperienco with inferior makes has taught you somethingHave clothes kept shape Do you feel satisfied with them Have they proved to be worth the price Maybe youll take onr advice this fall and get into the beatRoxboro clothes are made of pure wool fabrics or wool and s Ik Its the only thing worth buying in clothes l We sell these goods WillCat Stills Arc Destroyed Glasgow Ky Nov 14News was received here of the destruction of two wildcat stills on Roaring rircr In Jackson county Tennessee oppo site Monroo county Kentucky A rumor has been going the rounds In this section for some time that moon shiners wero extensively operating In Monroe county Kentucky and It has lean thought also that beer and mash coming from that section was being brought to this place and disposed of on public days Deputy Marshal W C Morgan headed a posse on Satur day last and destroyed two stills one within half amlle of the other The output together with a large amount of beer and whisky was destroyed and though the stills showed signs of Immediate operation the offl cere failed to capture the moon shinersIIlvi School Practicing Tho High school football team Is working hard getting ready for May- field Saturday November 23 The gamo will be played here ant al though tho local boys won a first game will be played hero and nl fought battle and information has been received that the visitors will bo greatly strengthened for the gamo here so tho boys will not allow themselves to get cold or rusty After Mayfield the High school team will go to Hopklnsvllle to play the Ilppklnrfvllle High school on Thanks giving day ofa with come A GltKAT SALK OF MILUNKUV At Barai Traces Both Irlduy and Saturday The finest the best the newest Hats alluring In beauty and rich In massive elegance Every price means a saving to you This Is a perfect exhibit of all that Is new and correct la Millinery at the lowest prices we have this season Dont miss thIs opportunity to buy tho best and save money VALUES IX SILKS AM muss GOODS KKIDV1 AM SATUHIIAV Yard wide Back Taffeta Silks worth Jl 2C and 8135 special racrow at 89c and Sic a yard Every yard of Dress Goods In our great stock at special bargain prices Friday and Saturday Eleltant125 Droadclotlia for 89or Goods values at G9c worth fl1l- of a yard SOc Dress Goods for 34c a yard 4 o i o RIVER NEWS Klver Stages Cairo 152 01 rise Chattanooga 1021 rise Clnclsnatl 2 3 ty 11 rise Evansvlllo 150 13 rise Florence Missing 410 Johnsonvlllo 01 rise Louisville Sb OC rise Mt Carmel 365 02 fall l Nashville Missing T rlso1stlMtI Vernon 1309 03 rise Paducah 17 OG rise Swelling waves that rocked the wharfboat until the officers ran out to see the cause showed the magndfl cent steamer Alton coming Into water quartbrs here nt full speed late yesterday afternoon Without doubt this Is the handsomest steamboat oh any river today and ng It passed hero yesterday under full steam river men waved their hats In admi ration The waves created by the big steamer rocked the whaVfboat as It has never been rocked before In rapid succession the remaining boats belonging to the Loyho fleet will come to Paducah for the winter In eluding the Grey Eagle Bald Eagle Spread Eagle and towboat Eagle with the Cape Olrardeau dispatch boat Echo quarter and derrick boats barges and possibly the St Louts wharfboat of the company Captain G M1 Street piloted the Alton to this city and may bring In the Cape Qlrar deau Sunday or Monday During the winter repairs wIn be made on all tho boats and the supplies being purchased here will stimulate trade among the river merchants High above possible competition for the Paducah stands as the mistress of tho Internal rivers of the United States Tho number of boats owning this harbor Is greater than that of any other river point and yesterday a wow towboat represent ing a new tie company arrived to enter tho business out of this port The Nellie WUIott owned by the BoyeeWatkJns Tie company of Nashville arrived last night and left today without delay for the Tennessee I river to bring out six barges of ties Conditions were never more favorable for tho development of the tie business In tthe Tennessee and Cum berland rivers to the highest points as millions of ties are there and prices are becoming attractive to purchasers Captain W S Paris Is In command of the Nellie WatkIns Two barges of the Martha Hen nen broke loose last night and drift ed down to the towhead island be t veen Paducah and Drookport where they hung up and were pulled off today The Martha Hennen will leave today for the Tennessee river aster ties The Tom Dodsworth a towboat not often seen in Paducah passed up yesterday from Memphis with a fleet of empties and the machinery and boilers for the John Reran which sank wear Memphis last year They will be carried to Louisville The Mary Michael will arrive today from the Tennessee river with tics t The City of Saltlllo arrived lost night from St with a good trip and got away for the Tennessee 1 Lat night it you stood in the moonlight I culdnt but thin how much I would to kii Freuai Well poet Tho thought of yesterday Is the action o to day river In an hour or two Gauge reading this morning show ed a rise at 6 yesterday Dvaiwvllle business was handled today by the Duubar and the return trip from Paducah showed picking upThe Kentucky will arrive tonight from the Tennessee and wait over as usual until Saturday before returning Appropriations recommended by the chief of engineers are MissisI sippi river between Ohio and Mia sour rivers 250000 between Mis eouriVlver and St Paul 500000 between St Paul and Minneapolis 239644iMlssourlOssage 1GOO O Tennessee and Kentucky Oura berlapd river above Nashville 8250 000 Kentucky river 519000 Ofllclnl Forecasts The Oho at Evansvllle not mum change during the next 24 then rise again At Mt Vernon will continue rising during tho next 30 At Paducah and Calrowfll continue rising during tbo next two days The Tennessee from Florence to the mouth will continue rising dur ing next two days Tho Mississippi from below Sl Louis to above Oalro will continue to fall slowly during the next 3G hours Tobacco Association Condition t Clarksvllle Tenn Nov HTheDark Tobacco Growers association held a very interesting meeting here Chairman Polk Prince presided and there was a large attendance of members Tho district repots showed A CLOAK OPENING Friday and Saturday Nov 1516 Its worth coming tomorrow and Saturday The representative prominent manufacturer will be here several hundred garments ready to deliver at once We will be glad to have you made too- Ithy111rK111iJt dollar honor Louis Fred help like you the iiyfi since river hourr hours the Great values from 19c to 9Cc a yardNo other store will sell you such remarkable values at our prices WOMENS SUITS AT hAIlGE SAVINGS 1 Far less than regular pricesFriday and Saturday other store will attempt the low prices wo make you VALUES IN WOM- UNS SKIUTS are positively In Paducah 200 Skirts at 95c Skirts at 195 8500 Skirts at 2507 valuesi at 385 HOt 6bJ and 8695 Friday and Saturday will be stirring days hero for Womens Coats In addition to our already great stock a big manufact urers line will be on display for im mediate delivery We believe that Friday and Saturday will be our greatest days fore the fall of r7 the to be la fine condi tion Nearly all of the tobacco out side of the association has been pur chased at from S to 12 cents per poundt was shown from the reports submitted that there are only about 100 hill billies In the coun tryThe following com nltteo was nIl pointed to memoralze representatives and senators In congress to send for ernment Agent Morgan again to ClarksvlUo and to extend thanks to Mr Morgan during his stay In Clarks vlllor James Linebaugh A II Kille brew Dr T N Hosklns R Y Johnson James Meacbam and Claude Coke Mr Charles H Fort president of tho association was present and when called fora speech be said he rej- oIced at the privilege of being present and hearing the good reports from Montgomery county Ha spoke of the of Mr Felix Ewing wbo fans been at a prIvate sanitarium in jw York He said he did not like the name board of dl rectors of the association because It sounded too much like bankers that the farmers association was a move ment for the pdOpleand he was one of the people npd In favor of everything being managed by the people He saidliwe abould go back to first principle and bavo tho builneta transacted OttAbullnesa principles The little differences In the organla tlon heiald would not hurt but only breaks tho1 monotony of the work and makes us stronger and more de termined to firm against the enemy Starkey Hogan also made an address a too No 1907 Perhaps It maybe your best to secure the Coat you want This opening sale dose Saturday night at 930 oclock Note the prices and hurry for these Wash No ruck bargain prices have been made before this season 1c yard wide Klmmona Flannel- sett for iOc ICc Plaid Dress lOc 15c yard wide solid colored Wag hams for lOc 15c Double Width Suitings for iOc- 1bo White for IOc 15c yard wide Percalea for lOc 15c yard wide Bleached Muslin wide Muslin 8 13c IOc Cotton Batting 3 rolls for 23c We Dark Outings for 7c IOc Light Outings for 7c 10c for 7c INSURRECTION IS ANTICIPATED BY SOLDIERS IN CUBA Sentences la a received from Cuba to Sergeant Blake horn Frank Morgan a soldier recruited In Padu cah and whorls now in tho engineer corps in that are significant of future in this protege The Is short Is as follows Havana OuOOI have Jut ar In Cuba and I must say that Cuba is better than the Philip pine islands in every respect Tho people are more civilized and the American soldier is more respected than among the Filipinos Of course you know what we are expecting hero fit any time and the date ia not for that If you have any moro recruits send them to the engineer corps In Cuba for we Bro In need of a few more men I am sure they will be pleased1 with the country I will try to remain In Cuba for some time to conic Your friend FRANK MORGAN Co F Engineers U S Army Tho significant sentence you know what we are expecting anytime Means rumors of another In surrection In the Island Sergeant Blake advertised May- field well and a station may bo open ed there at times during tho year RAILROAD NOTES Night men at the house say last night was the coldest of the sea son and to substantiate their contention pointed to the tows of big Icicles that were hanging from the cinder cars water was poured the night before to cool them Some of tho Icicles almost reached the ground Tho Illinois Central pay car was bulletined today to be hero Saturday about 10 oclock Mr C F wife of tho well hi money in circulation and thould relieve the local stringency to some extent Supt A H Egan of the Louisville division of the Illinois Central came In this morning from Fulton and left for Princeton Mrs O F Akere wife of the well known air brakeman at the shops re turned from A visit to Tel at Dexter Traveling Engineer Lloyd Grimes of the Fulton district was hero illKSHVTKIUAXS I1KMAXD IX GOD WE TIIU9T OX COIXI Cincinnati Nov I1The national convention of tho today passed a resolu tion caning upon Roosevelt to or Jor In Cod We Trust on all coins The hardest thing about dying is that death never consults ones wish es In so a matter alDyIngal u S Department StoreNorth Street Just Oil HroUlllmy to They 8350 Cloak stand Goods Goods for for for letter island letter whIch far set stated round where Akers atives Third IIOSIKUY VXD All at very special bargain prices tomorrow r fur Friday mid Mens 7Gc Gloves for COc IMens 1150 Gloves for 100 Ofons SOc for 40e Mens 7Sc for COc Mens 100 Fur Hats for 75o Mens 200 Pants for 150 Mens 400 Pants for 295 tens 500 Pants for aGo Mens 1500 Suits for 1000 Mima 1800 Suits for 1250 Mens 2500 Suits for 1500 Buys KIIIMJ 1nnt Suits Boys 150 Suits for 8100 Boys 200 Suits for 150 Boys 300 Suits for 200 I Boys 350 Suits for 25 poys 500 Suits for 350 Boys 860 Suits for GOO 4y I UP COUPON BOND I I One year or fifty years from now your in peoples files will look as well as the day 4 were if arc oniM OOr COUPON betters by age it is made slowly = You cannot hasten the process of paper tad get as good n paper ns by the old slow method You have to build a sheet of paper That is why a blind man could tell a sheet of in a ream of other papers The feel would tell tho of the paper Its and surface would tell tho story of slow careful imjnu factureBack r up Your With No paper is too good for letters that have to count Try it for Make an pot a of from your and check up results TheSUN Job Office e 1 358 t NOTICE l 4 I IJ1l Banks4 r9ri1Rt1Iat 2 PtJf JJ S 1 PI E REAFTERij J 105 in Proposition tor BargainSomeRO you even fi25 of their for a Check or any other kind of a dollarII Co union sense that a merchant 1 Is not fclllm mer chandise at roll cash prices who to take Cashiers checks bt SL03 or more In trade when be wont Rive you oven what they call for In real It pays to buy In a store like this that does sell Its cash prices and for that reason gives you cash on Cashiers Coccks monoyj Tomorrow is This Stores 4Ist Friday Bargain Salef f I1 4 provided merchandise wonders for tomorrowI We make it great bargain a memorable v bargain feast Youre invited cashchecks our customers Friday Saturday as as we HKillKST- CiaSS ExtraordInary Dress a a rIver unmatchable Extraordinary representative association homecoming opportunity Mercerized Walstlhgs 1O- t124cyard Bleached developments governments rived Immediately yesterday yesterday Presbyterian Brotherhood Important UXDMUWBAll Friday- CLOTHIXG DElAirTMEXT IarKilii4 Saturday Underwear Underwear 1OjJ1 u SACK YOUR GRAY MATTER WITH letters other they received they BOND because miking Coupon Bond him character strength Gray Matter COUPON BOND yourself experiment months supply Coupon Bond printer Both Phones wi11NClose Some Stores Trade Cashiers merchandise Cashiers Instinctively perceives advertises j We have some will feast most come will for far can WOXIiitKUIj Ginghams written merchandise We and GltlUt1 SIIOI3HALU Until Irlday and Saturday Some Womens 17S Shoes for 10 Some Womens 250 Shoes for 8200 v 1 Sonic Womens J200 Shoes for 200 Some Womens 3liO Shoes for 1250 Mens ShoeSomo Mens J250 8200 Somo iMcns 300 Shoes to 22u cMDoys275 a pair Girls School Shoes from 8100 to 200 a pair CAUPET DEPAUTMKNT 1350 Druggotts size 9 by 12 for 1000 8x00 DruggotU size 9 by 12 for 1500 2500 Druggoit size 9 by 12 for JlSvOO GOc Ingrain Carpets at 4Ec r IiI t 75c Brussels Carpets at 59a 8100 Velvet Carpets at 890 7 foot Window Shades at 25c pricesLace I UPJLii OHOCEHY 1IULLGTIX 20 tB Light Brown Sugar for 100 4 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 8140 24 PptilyFlourfor I C Ibs fresh Navk Deans for 2Cc PIcnic Hams per pound lOc in ll Pure Apple Ylnegar 25c 3 Pkg Xotionnl Blue Ribbon Oats a25c2 Pkgs Toasted Corn Flakes 25c 8 lbs Good Luck Roosted Cotrool3 boxes Fresh Swxllees Ilalslna 25o 3 boxes Fresh Prunes for 25o b1olnet SFine Apples per XCoolX 1 ItIfII