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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 I m t Pabiwab tiiniq un+ i IIVOL XVNO133 PADUCAH KY FJUDAY EVENING JUNE 4 1909 TEN OENTS PER WEEK I Officials of the Burlington Railroad Are Interviewed by the Sun Correspondent rnisrMMr l MRS CRANE WILL STAY HERE ANOTHER DAY MASS MEETING POSTPONED TO SAT EVENING Broadway Methodistt Church Selected Because of Its ifiiiI caVer Capacity jiil 1rrI Career of Mrs Crane and Work in State ttA TIII wouic tam Iis DOIMJf IIHIIK Tintny TnkliiK Miullary survey tvllli Urn flights mill Iarley TanlghtIleets uorkcni at Iho 11WUII iluli- Kattmlay rw hoop fhlldirn MorniiiK at 111111 Tnlks IIIJJf al Kentucky herder OI Kalunlny I Afternoon Ouitln w Miney I Addniasc t lices anrwtlnglit llroadway Mellimllikt church S Mr Caroline Bartlett Crane who arrived last evening to take a sani tary survey of Paducah will remain over Saturday and address a maw meeting of cltlton Saturday night at thollttiadwny Methodist church liar meeting tonlcht was cancelled and she will meet tho workers at the Woman club Her date with the children tomorrow morning at tho Kentucky theater h unchanged Size ask teacher and tho public also to attendMr 1 Crane hermit was the drat to ttggost an extension of time Whon the MW tho slag of Paducah she declared she would have to alight hor work If hn spent onlyono day More over the traveled from early yesterday morning until last night and has a headache today tho first she tint had on this trip but she hoe put In Krcnuoits days and night Mrs Crates husband III a physician and eho leHe greatly on the physician to help with the work She Insisted that Dr Farley meat and milk Inspector should accom pany er on her round Tht men Lave to look after this w rkwhplll1 Jcave she taM and ijllipy mu tie proiout nt thwo jmiivc ilont She has been reading the sanitary lawn of Iaducah She turned to Dr Farley with fl smite sad remarked- II am certainty pleased to meet the wonderful man who must visit all t the dalrlti and abbatolr Itch n week and do all the Impowthjo things that pro requited of you for tho pay you recelve tnt It wonderful aho commented to throw proibnt what Imiiossl lilfl thing are demanded- At a dairy which was found to be In excellent condition last evening Irs Crano said Let mo see the stoppers you put In the bottle One was picked up IIIs 4t your custom she Inquired casually to let the men pick them up that way and handle thorn You see this little flip That rs Intended for use In picking them up w that the germ from tho hand will not touch the under surface Sho Ila the most wonderful ob server of minute details at a glance I ever saw told Dr Sights In spite of her headache Mrs Crane Will up early this morning calm but enthusiastic and ready for workShe deplores the necessity of too many attendants on her Inspection tripe We are out observing not to be observed she said Every statement she makes and every move lIndicates that she has ever before her tho purpose not to discourage and humiliate cltltons out to show them how they can Improve their city and get rid of the evil At the Market House IMrs Crane using her pad and pen ell taking notes accompanied by Health Officer Dr H P Sights and Milk and Meat Inspector Dr Ed Pb Forlen rfsltod the city market this morning and n great deal of atten tion was paid to tho meat and fish stalls Mrs Crane thoroughly ex amined all tho meat blocks tho con dition of the meat and bow It IIs kept I a P =Mrs Caroline Bartlett Crane I = = n Police Judge Declines to Sit in i Sunday Cases and Embarrass HisI Chances in Approaching Election David Browning Selected as Special Judge to Try Gro cery and Drug Cases on Statements of Facts Pollen Judge Crone who Ila a candidate for reelection declined to alt In a caw for violating the Sabbath that came up in pollco court this morning and by ftgrtMmint Attorney David IlrowHlng was selected as Jfwrtal1 JtHlf oath being waived rh- owe of Jan Illedarmen Grocery cool imny for violating tho Sabbath Will submitted on RII agreed statement of facie that ho did sell on Sunday The question of law will be argued to morrow morning b foro Judge Drown tug by Jnditn Campbell for Hledor nmn and Cfty Attorney XA Y Martin Ip the saw of Julius Hutze for vie kiting this Sabbath will be governed by the decision of the Dlederman MM All the Sabbath violation antis were agreed upon as to facts and will ba argued tomorrow morn ing Attorney J D Mocquot repre sent tho H W Walker Drug com patsy and tho caws against W J Gilbert W H MpPhejsoul and the Sluts Candy company will bo decided on by the deolalon of tho court on the Walker Drug company case The Utederman company was pros ecuted for keeping a grocery store WIATIIIK FAIRGen- erally stir tonight and Satur- dayI moderate temperature lllgliw db temperature yvstrrday of 81 lowest to open on the Sabbath Then his clerk swore out warrant for the druggists on similar chargES Polite Judge Cross when naked why ho didnt try time cases charging several of the local business houses with violating tho sabbath said thatI ho had heard both sides of time cases nod hud expressed his opinion He went on to say that It would not make any difference which way lie decided tho cases one side would say that he hind already formed his opinion before the cases wore tried N Six Liquor HousesI With the addition of a few more wholesale liquor houses Paducah will rivall Louisville as a whisky market lUKutt Uurko a firm In Memphis has leased a building on North Second street between Broadway and Jenifer IOU street and will remove this month Two other firms are dicker- Ing fur buildings and It Is thought that hibpt will remove to Paducah ThrS Other firms have secured loco hone and It seoUl tthat Paducah will bo assured of six new houses This week several husluoss men of Mem pbte hnfu beau In the city and other llrnis may locate In Paduc- ahINTBRURBAN MAY CONNECT TOWNS ACROSS THE OHIO The representative of a big inter urban railroad construction company of IndlonapoJIs In In the city today Interviewing Paducah people with reference to Interesting tho town In an lute lrban road that Is being plan tied tto bo built from Golconda 111 to Juupa touching Unionvllle and townsjTheBrookport Cairo has expressed its desire to subscribe to 26000 of the rompanys stock it tho line wjll bo extended on to that towpand the promoters will sound local people to see what Paducah will do The coat of tho line will be approximately 340000 and assurances have been I given already that almost this amount can too raised by subscriptions along roadlAwaltldtentative of tho promoters will bo In Paducah next week to confer with the Commercial club THAW AND PATRICK ABE BOTH BEATEN AT LAST RESORT i New York Supreme Court Refuses Appeals of Famous Prisoners f Innocent Slc Louis Youth rPleads Guilty 01J J WDKIUL JUDGE TAKKS PITY I II New York June 4The appellate division of the supreme court today decided against Thaw In his appeal trom the supreme court refusing him ai jury trial as to his sanity This means ho will remain In Mattcowan Patricks Lust Hope none Now York Juno r Appellate Ivislon of the supremo court de lied the appeal of Albert T Patrick under life sentence In Sing Sing for new trial on the grounds that tho overnor In communicating tho loath sentence to Imprisonment for Ito violated Patricks constitutional rights i Innocent Man Pleads Guilty St Louis June fProlng by Irmarra experts that August Poos tilled In a jewelry store here shot himself Edward Poos his son who was Indicted by the grand jury to day charged with assault with Intent to kill was released Follow- Ing tho shooting Edward confessed he did It Ho didnt know the difference until ho Was Indicted Judge Takes Pity Indianapolis June 4Federal Judge Anderson It Is understood will report to Postmaster General the case of W L Moore postofflco Inspector who arrested Mrs Ida lIord a delicate woman charged with stealing n two cent stamp Her husband Is dying from coumptlon she Is 111 and had to raartgago her furniture to get railroad fare to come hero to answer the charge Anderson sent tho woman home Scotland and the Sabbath Glasgow June 4The announce ment of the Caledonia Railroad com pang that It prefers to run regular Sunday train service stirred the most bitter agitation against tho desecration of the Sabbath ever known in Scotland Cundlllarm tilnChicago June 4W N Harris the Chicago and New York banner with give the Northwestern University 155000 if the college can raise enough to make Ita million dpllars during tho coming year according to the announcement made at the commencement exercises here today Duel With Kmployer Two Shot Beattyvtlle Kji Juno 4Charles Kveleth manager of tho Kentucky Northern railroad a short line run ning up Millers creek was shot three times by Ed Riley an employe whom Eveleth had discharged EveleuV also that Riley Both men are In a seri oils condition Eveleth was brought to Beattyvllle Ho Will Roast Roosevelt Berlin June 4Capt Von Wall helm the best known of German hunters will leave for New York Irf August to begin a lecture tour of several months exposing what ho calls humbuggery In Roosevelts Afri can hunt Hp contends big game hunting in Africa lhint degenerated Into a pailor games Plot Against Italians WoCloud ral Juno 4Itallan Consul General Sajvaitor Rocca of San Francisco appealed today to tho Washington authorities to Investigate the strike here A full report will be forwarded to Washington The Ital lane claim there IsnnVorganlzed at tempt to drive themfromthe country HISTORY CONTEST HELD- T MHIIIXqTON SCHOOL John nelthazar and EdwJa Burn ley won the gold medals yesterday afternoon in a historical contest held at the WJ hington school building The clIT113 using part In the contest was tr scvrntU A grade history laugh b MR R c Lelidra The isu u lf wcthe American Rovolu ton3 Mairrln Rye was given o 110a H1a Ell 0 Boone Past r w geut ot the local chapter or pA Rn 8THEET CAR MEN WIN Philadelphia Juno 4r1ho strike of comluct rH mill motormen doled t ltinywllh strikers victorious on every lpoint except time wago Increase from t2 W lift cents nn hour A conference will bo held today It Is ipracti cally certain peace iprolsrsals will Jo agreedl UIKIII niiil the men will return to work tomorrow KORKST FilmS Dniipliln Manllolia Juno S Forest fire rovirlnj hundred of iiiilPH of timber are Mvifpliifc over the North Saskatchewan country Passengers arriving on truing today tell of great ilcvns till 1011 being wrought It Is esti mated Urn lews Is it million SO portltlilI sjirsttyJ ftctUeildlstriutH Imve nuf feud The district Is settled by United StatoM ImmlKTantN SHOOTING KLKPIIANTS Kljalx Juno I1Roosevelt will attempt today to got Ills flrpt shot at an elephant In the ilcnso fog where many find safe ictrcat Herjiuse of his dcplro to get an clrphant time trip to the Sotlk district where they am morn favorable wax HslMniil until tomorrow He nddresMil mlii ilunarles and praised the work tl1ny an doing In Africa PADUCAH ON nURD WnsliliiKton June IIIre1tI- iH tllsKitclios from Puerto Con tcs rcrclrrd by the state deport nunit today report time town of Cello Honduras under martial law A revolutionary attack is said to lie threatened Time American gunboat Paducah Is In tin se waters and Is requested tp rail at Cclltn Earthquake Manila June 4The seismograph here recorded I a severe earthquake lastlngover two hours early today Two heavy stocks were heard at Singapore No damage is reported Arrest for lintel Murder Chicago June 4On the strength of an anonymous accusing letter tho police this afternoon are holding Frank Keller 23 years old In con nectlon with the death of John Blnk ley an aged Evonsvllle Ind physi cian supposed to have been murdered In a local howl The writer of the letter said he heard Keller tolling an other man ha had killed an old man to get some easy money t DR PENDLEY GIVEN A PARTIAL VERDICT A verdict for 30 was returned this morning by the Jury In the case of Dr J D Pendley against Salina Riley nnd George F Moore Tho suit was filed by Dr Pendley for 58 al leged due for professional services rendered Mrs George F Moore Tho case was fought bard and much In terest was manifested In the case The defense sought to prove that Im proper treatment was given Mrs Moore who died Physicians were Introduced on both sides and medical authorities were Introduced FARMERS UNION TO HOLD STATE MEETING July 20 and 27 will1 be the dates for the annual meeting of the Kentucky State Farmers Union although the meeting place has not been selected as yet Yesterday the state board held a meeting in the city and discussed matters pertaining to the annual meeting Several towns are after the mooting but tho board will not make Its decision until the inducements of every location lIs un derstood Princeton Central City Marlon and Kuttawa are after the meeting and the race has narrowed down to tho tour As the Farmers Union has members In the upper part of tho state a central location la desired Platte On ItainpaRO DousJos Wyo June 4 Heayy losses are reported along the Platte and Its tributaries which are out of their banks and rising today about a halt inch an hour A child was drowned by time collapsing of a bridge over a creek Minneapolis June 4Telegramss from leaders of the Grand Army and Confederate Veterans all over the country are being received ibyi the MInncapols Journal In approval of a campaign for a great reunion of the blue and gray to be hold next year In Washington under the supervision of shrIteretaryof wattII s t WILL ENTER METROPOLIS FROM HERRIN ILLINOIS BEFORE FIRST OF MARCHj 4sI 1 Chief Engineer Calvert Tells Plans of Road and Physical Obstacles That Will be OvercomeNN NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL TO 1 tw USE BROOKPORT AND PADUCAH TRANSFER BQAxtt Specifications Seen For Bridge Two Miles Long With Doublo Tracks Across Ohio River at Metropolis i j 11 Localingarrived In Metropolis last night and corroborated the report that their railroad Is seeking an entrance Into this city Chief Engineer Calvert said unless the unforeseen occurs the Burlington will be running trains Into Metropolis by March 1 191J bythetunneledlatorsaid the road wishes to reach the river to got Its own crossties Tq di hlllslandtransfer Into Paducah J The officials arrived yesterday afternoon from Herrln where theyII J left their private car They crossed the river at the site located for A correspondenthereNo orders have been given tenants on the property of the road here npparatushasi As stated In The Sun several weeks ago tho tenants have ordors to movo out September 1 All the houses can be wrecked by workmen The proposed road will come In an almost straight course from Her rill and the tunnel of the Ozark hills will save nIno miles and a one per dent grade No other way of crossing the swamps In Johnson county could be devised than to drain and fill them The officials seemed much Interested In Paducah and Inquired about Industrial conditions and the arrangements made to enter the city BEST imiDGK RTE OX RIVER Mr Calvert said the bridge silt i Metropolis Ife the best on the river Its approaches will be only a half mile on each side as compared reducingthoThe bridge will be double tracked and will be 3000 yards long The cost will be 1000000 the 1000 yards or a total of 3000000 the BIG SALES MADE BY ASSOCIATION HERE THIS WEEK This week has been one of the banner weeks In the tale of dark to bacco at the Planters Protective as sedation salesroom at Second and Jefferson streets The sales so far have amounted to about 2500 hogs heads of both leaf and lugs and all of the 1907 crop of lugs was cleaned up toy MAyfield buyers Sales as re ported this week are to Q R Allen S II Douthlt and J N Harris company all of Maydleld a few over 1000 hogsheads of lugs of the1907 crop at 33 to 4 cents a pound The sale amounted to about 18400G The Spanish government purchased 500 hogsheads of lugs ranging In price front 4 43 and C cents a POund wn Kennedy purchased 400 hogs heads of leaf at prices ranging from 7 to 11 cents a pound Mr Whalin buyer for OBrien company of Louisville bought 200 hogsheads of leaf from 7 to 11 cents Nat F Dortch representing Mathews Son hogsheadsfrom 9 to 11 cents and the Amert can Snuff company of this city 100 hogsheads of leaf at prices from 7 to 11 cents Pattens Man a Suicide Chicago June fFunoral ar rangements are being made today for- D C Mottashed one of James A Pattens chief clerks who committed suicide Patten sent hIm to a sani tarlum eight months ago because of falling health During Pattens oar ner he grew better and when the market was dull after the close of the corner Saturday he shot himself ft Another English Scare London Juno 4GermanY will support Russia ID her land grabbing scheme In Persia in return for a Bus stab guarantee of Qerman outlet from the Persian gut The coming visit of the kaiser to tho czar Is expected Vo bring forth what It Is bellowd 1lm result la a combine mslatt center span wilt be DUU yards long according to the latest government specifications to permit big tows to pass The bridge will be 115 feet high of 50 feet above high water mark so boats can pass at all stages It Is said that shops will be located at Paducah or Metropolis as tho nearest shop IB at Beardstown III 100 mile away but Mr Calvert would not speak definitely on this subjectr These officials knew nothing about the plans of other railroads to enter Metropolis but there Iis a rumor of comlnllaerolSTho Birmingham News says glnIinfall when the Burlington and Wabash systems of railroads will begin the operation of through trains 1o Newii Orleans and other Southern points over the tracks of the Nashville Chat tanooga St Louis and the Louis ville Nashville railroads It will be an easy matter to con nect with the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis at Paducah and carry trains over that line to Nashville where the main line of the Louisville Nashville will take the trains and bring them through Birmingham and to New Orleans Tho Nashville Chat tanooga St Louis will give them direct connection with Memphis Chat tanooga Atlanta and other Southern points that have been very deslrablorIn the eyes of the management for some time past I Tho new connection bas been es pecially desirable since It bas been seen that tho construction of the Panama canal Is proceeding so smoothly and rapidly In fact a sal lufactory southern connection be came Imperative The Louisville Nashville has bn facing tho same necessity for Just such connections in the north as the Burlington and Wa bash railroads will give It To Chattanooga The announcement of this state meat which Is absolutely authentic Continued on Page Four Honor for Warden Frankfort Juno 4 Special Warden Hagerman of the Eddytilla prIson war appointed one of the delegates to the prison conference at ittle ttear iJ I je ijVt Ni7 ft ttltMTlll THE isPADUCAJa EVENING SUN L xrntpll JONC 4t T iJ IfIfThe Evening SUMS DapUy Markets Louisville Tobac- colLoUSYlUe Juno tThe Picket cold 3 hpgshpndsof bur 15 and 33 hogsheads UOS3Q Tha Kentucky warehouse sold 5 L hogsheads of dark at 4860- The Dark warehouse sold 43 hogs head of darlsrat3980 r LIY Stock t 4Cattleti ReClllpJs fOltrdars i The market ruled very quIet today Strictly chqlce light Butcher cattle f were barely steady whllo all medium and Inferior grades were draggy to f a shade lower than Monday Medium I and haJMafc grassers especially dull f fI and easily 1015c lower that tho i stockir slwl canners and cutters dull Milch cows unchanged No heavy shipping cattle here Market easy tft shade lower on that class We quote Ship 4 A TflMoniLKS 501 IHRIJ Any Place In the city for i CentsiDay New Phone 1223 Night New Phone K4S r s i m1 I Illinois Coat and feed CoII r Dealers IB Coal anti all ktlll15Jteed f J of Jour aadwII Quality and Weights Guaraa I teed Glre us a call Blxtetatti see Stwet J Both Phones 905 I i r t JIow welcome the proceeds ot- a Fire Insurance policy la when t your possessions have vanished Into smoke To have within your reach a U 1 Udyauto Indemnifying you against the property loss Think it overaadalso the re- centI Urea at Ft Worth and Rochester and have us pro tect you la one orollr companies S I Randle 09BroatAwaxKealEtetp tt WallaceI i1i1t- 1 i S- 1p1 pI L 1 afkt eK T 4 i t r 1 sveryMght 73Q to B3fl AT TilE CASINO jtt I TONlQRf The Junior high ScJtooI Class will present the clwriftl pta- yMyLirdiuibverj WIth musical Iaterp01atlcH j Staged and produced under direction of Miss Anna Bird Stewart and Miss Adah Irazelton Proceeds for the benefit of the High School Paper Tho Ishkoodah AdmtsaJoH 15 cents MONDAY NIGftf L Cowans Famous Cantata rTHEt1OSE MAIDEN Under auspices of Matmee JIuslcal Club Proceeds for benefit of Orphan Educational fund WCorrect Street Car Information Last car making all downtown trans fern leaves park at 1040 Last ear leaves parts at 1120 All perform anew at Casino will be over In time I to catcli transfer trip4 I y n i ping steers 5C25 beef steers f350QC7C fat heifers 050C2C fat cows 3GOG G2G cutters 225- O4rGO feeders J3GO5 stockers 22upiCO cholco much cows 35- 04G common to fair S25 P3 G Calves Kecelpts 127 for four days G8G The market ruled steady Dulk of tho best C7c medium 4 Q Gc common 2f4c tourdaShigher Selected 1G5 pounds and up f7iJ 130 to 1416 pounds J Th- e5idC3G roughs SG3G down Hogs from doubtfuj sections are sell lag at a discount or under guarantee Sheep and Lambs Ilecelpta 810 For the four days 29GOC The market was very slow and lambs about 25c lower Best lambs selling SV4 Q 8 seconds GO7c butcher lambs and culls OQ Cc The fat sheep trade was about steady Best 6h Qit Gc Medium and common sheep dull Chicago buyers were rather reticent this morning and slow to take hold St Louts Mo Juno 4CattleReceipts 3000 Including l80o Tex ins market steady to strong native beef stecra 4iCO7 cows and heir ors 350GCO stockers and feed ors J40G3G Texas and Indian steers J4C00CCO cows and heifers i2750C40 calves In carload lots G7i2G Hogs necclpU SGOO market Go higher pig and lights iSCO0735 packers 71GT4i4b- utchers i and best heavy 2QO7GG Uicei Receipts 4tVW market 1P0 loiic lower natlvo muttons 4500 i40 lambs C75916 BUDWEISER King of bottled seer Ip family slzq cases2 dozen bottles to the case delivered In any part of the city on short notice AN IEUSER BUSCII BREWING ASSN tranch Doth phones 112 J H Stefteu4Manager IIUDK A1tUhNGO1FOIL LOVUS YOUNG DREAM Waajilngton June 4 President raft has approved a change In the aval regulations recommended by ecretary Meyer by which mldshlp nent are prohibited from marrying mill tho completion ot the pre crlbod six years course of training ermlsslon of the secretary of the envy inks been sought by a number if midshipmen who desired to be allowed to marry after their graduation from tho naval academy and by others while they are on their two years tour of instruction at sea The naval academy regulations for- bId any midshipman from marrying while at the academy but do not ap ply to midshipmen who have been graduated and aro serving at sea- No order existed in the United States BretumilahlpmenI lays change in these regulations provides an absolute prohibition I w Notice Is hereby given that the firm of Baby Arts has been dissolved and Albert Arts will assume all liability and collect all outstanding debts Jupe 2 1209 Uneasy site the tooth that wears a- misllt J crown II yelL are traubled withDANDRUFF kad aa ITCHING UHNING SCALP IIJ IJHyU positively remove alltraces I 01 It and step Hie HeMng and res epeaIp healthy spd leas aw eace Ute LairIthe daadrBlI term kin the hair reels sad I steps the 0rewta ol hair l 18 NeT A BYE 1 DRVGGISTSHaTouch and chapped hard mud alt aktadieaea- Ierpgsklganrandson2ladrugrntsl Rend I locfrt eJnoCaN lUbe SiUn TIltIanUUwUalrFk Spots cNewark N J MPHHKSONS DRDfJ 9TORK tlt8lt l u UC V1 II II t Special Traia Is 1I1 Memphis t I Monday June 7- OverNGSURyC L Learing radtiraU IDilS A M Arrivtnc Newpbla Ci30IV jt t 345ttFor round trip Ulkrl good rr4iI utaralaa nil June 1Ub nlli yrlv iHrge For of elouII II M rilATHIiK Acrnt Union Depot I E 8 HIIIIMIAM Aat Norton sly Depot F I WlilljANII Clay T rkiit Axrnt 430 Uroadnar tI E f jwILTA4K FOR REULAIOR Sneakers Declare That Low DIves Are RCBpoulblQ t Slake Effort to Heimrato Liquor IlusN ness From Vices That have Crept Into Dispensing Deer I C- It t TilE OFFICERS MAKE PLEDGE Atlantic CUr NJJune 4 Proper regulation of tbb liquor traffic anti strict enforcement of the laws governing saloons were strongly recom mended by tho speakers at session of time convention pf the United States Drawers association Percery Andrus of the Ohio State Drawers association said that the low dives were largely responsible for tho ngltntlon against the liquor business and ha urged tho members of tho association to pledge them selves to assist In wiping them out William C Manchester of tho Michl gan State Drawers association took the same stand- President of association Carl J Hosier of Columbus Ohio pledged himself to devote1 his efforts as head of the organization to obtaining proper regulations of saloons unj forcement of the laws Dud separation utlhe liquor business from the vices which have crept into tho dlBpeHiiri of beer M The association in secret session adopted a resolution to tho effect that brewers who ship beer from their state to other states and acquire customers In other slats Should conform to the regulattqns and limitations which havo been adopted by local and stattt brewing organizations into whose territory licy ship and that they should assist the local brewers in their efforts to Improve saloon conditions Shipping brewers the resolution urges should induce their local agents and bolllera to cooperate with local brewers and tho local au thorities in this respec- tBASBBALL L NEWSN- ATIONAL JLEAGUE Pet Pittsburgh 28 12 700 Chicago 26 16 012 New York lft 17 014 Philadelphia 17 18 480 Cincinnati 20 22 476 Uropklya 1C 2Q 444 SU Louis 17 23 420 Doitton 12 20 31G CliIcpKO nnlses IcnMMt Chicago Juno 4Tho Chicago Nationals raised their third succes Five pennant and afterwards defeated Philadelphia In a twelve Inning game After tho flag raising President l Murphy presented Manager Chance with a check for 10000 to- be divided equally among the mem hers now with the team The gamo was loosely played and passes by Moron were Instrumental In helping Chicago score all Its runs Score RUBChicago 4 10 1 Philadelphia 3 9 4 13atterka Overall and Moran loren apt Dojjj Wagners Home thin PlUsburs Jine tWagncrm- ocked a homo run with the bases full In the fourth inning Score R II E Itteburgb t99 3 oston 813 2- batterlesCaefnllztPpwell Frock j hllllplno and Gibson McCarthy lattern Dad Smith Struck Outj3Vn Men ClnclnJi uJURer 4Frowno Itched good hallfetrlklng out ten menA ntScore 4+ nl B i Cincinnati 0 8 1 Brooklyn 2 0 0 Dafterjes Froramo and McLean Iclntyro Ruckor ldIJergeQI It tGUIvi I 1 ct- 2CDetroit 13 CC7 hlladolphla x23 16 090 New York 21 10 083 Boston 21 18 083 St Louis 17 21 447II Cleveland 1C 22 421I Ihlcagq 1C 22 421 Wnshl ton 12 25 324 I halm PrcyenU Game Washington Juno 4CoPeland was to play here but rain prevented the game Eighth inn g ltallTJJ New York Juno 4Thu locals won with an eighth Inning rallyIScore RUENew York 7 7 0 St Louis G 8 3 flatteries r Drockett Warhop Klelnow and Dlalr Waddollj Petty inj StephensA Poor lento Philadelphia tune 4 =Chicago defeated Philadelphia In one of the poorest games witnessed hero this season Score RIlEPhiladelphia f0 13 4 Chicago 9 9 2 Qfttterlesr Coomb Krause Vlck IILtT 1 JlYt14NIt 11111 People who prefer a veKUMe duct to ono ot neat nrtdvvho look fur maximum norlihmcht with variety flllIl a bolt unn u irioM in Fadat Iran Spaghetti Bo admirably doea It lend lIelt tn the milking or gndlOM UmpilnK and nourlnhlng dlebtlIwhftthfr for dinner or aUPJ1frthflt It has taken the pmco vegetartanhomesJaunt Bpoghcttl Is n food to work on Makoa Wood bone tnuwle and energyand ynllo meat does It with out taitlnc the dlsostlon or overheating the blood itAtlift nocqunlhsa riourlnhlnir Uitnln Inir food wlthlnreach or all And ns to Unllptlbllllythl book ot recipes eent frcn nn rrnucit merely upgests the ettdVeia number of ways pf aorvintt llrtui A Impl side dlahI a ageettpudJmflrjfor ns the brat part of a I nth 1nsuch nppetlsinvl tastytor of that It Is always welcome MAUL nnoTii1l1s ST wnns sto I eta Pla kDygert Thomas nnd Liv j ingston Scott Fiene Smith Payee and Sullivan y Stolo Seven Doses Doston Juno 4Thu base running of time locals was tome feature securing seven stolen bases i Scorua RUEDoson i i3 9 3 Detroit Oil 1 DatteYlcif StcQle Clcntte and Don nhuc Vlletxnml Schmidt AMERiaVX ASSOCIATION W L Pet Milwaukee 29 17 030 Minneapolis 23 20 035 Columbus 23 21 023 Louisville 24 22 022- 2CIndianapolis 23 6- 21Toledo2l 24 467 st Paul 17 23 42C Kansas City 17 20 407 dV s Louisville 0 Minneapolis 2 Indianapolis 3 Kansas City 0 Columbus 2 St Paul 0 Toledo 2 Milwaukee 1 CHANGES HER MINI TWICE Woman Delays Soiling of the Dig Steamer Jlaiser Wllhrlm II New York Juno 4Decauso of tho traditional right of a woman to change her mind tho steamship Kaiser Wllhelm II was delayed many minutes yesterday in sailing for Europe Tho Misses Julia and Georgia Carson of Plttsburg hind booked passage and early yesterday Miss Julia declared that sho was In disposed and would not sail Their trunks had been sent aboard and Miss Georgia went to tho plop n uwlI minutes before sailing time and ordered I tho trunks taken from thud shipAfter four of them had been taken off It was discovered that the fifth ono wax on the hold anti this trunk contained about 120000 worth ot Jewels Tho captain ordered till bold opened and the sail lug time ot the vbsRcl had passed Whop Miss Julia Carson arrived In a taxicab and announced that she had again changed her mind and would sail on Uioohltu 1 Tho sisters went aboard and sot brat moru minutes wero lost in put ting the four trunks back om tho vessel Nursing Mothers site Malaria The Old Standard GROVES TASTE LESS CHILL TONIO drives out ma aria and builds up the system For grown people and children Loa CKOTTV IX CAIIIO Old Tlrutr Kitty IengHo Player There- On Visit Cairo Ill June 4Frank Orotty of Detroit who was a member of the talro club In the Kitty league In 1903 and 1904 arrlvcjlIn Cairo yesterday tram the south on his way north trottyhos not been foovtns base ball the last two years and would like mho support oC tho citizens to form- an Independent club hero He stated that ho could got a team on small salary and short notice to come to arc and play It n man marries money ho should be devoted to his wife June t J rhe I month of weddings Is at tho door rand June brides there will be many I Perhaps you hare a relative or friend that la to be either pride or Groom This will call for a gUt What will ou GIve Why not give Silver Cut puss or HandPainted Chlnat These pro gifts which J last many years and keep tho sentiment nllvo Wo have just received a new assortment of Imndpalntcd China also silver at prices that aro attractive also a nlco lino ot cutglass Better call and let us show you You will not bo Urged to buy 4jj U- 2JiljtJLWanner JKViuU and OIT1CIAN i 311 Iii1War SSBNTOilSKSJ10iS I TflRIRjBIPRRS Several Clashes During Yes terdays Scssles Aldrich and Mono Occupy Three Hours In Squubblc Over flennniiys- Stntciricnt tlf WORC Pnld In f Cunnlrff J TT r lmm sFfssipyI 1f TONiollr r Washtigtpn Juno 4Tbo ponato was not In an amlabjj etato of mind and as a conicqucnco there wore mm- evoral clashes of temper The day was begun with a speech by Stone of Missouri In which ho assorted that German oindnla had token excep dons to remarks recently made tyi Aldrich relative to the wage state uont tuppllcd by tho rman govern mont at the request of the American ccretary of state AM rich hnu bnr ictorlzed as Impertinent1 the effort which ho claimed had boon male In that statement to Influence American tariff log latlon and Stonu undertook to show that tha cpHnph had been applied to the Herman govern mont Aidrlch resented this Imply atlqn nut ho repeatedly saftt time German manufacturers had jimlur aken to InJIuonco tho courso qt the tariff bill and ho charged that In BQ ibragthbyfhnd bocnuulltyof tat pertinence During thee of hit remarks Aldrich Intimatftd that Stone wile act Ins asa representative ot Germany and this remark arouwd tho anger of hit Mlstourian Daclarlnp his right to spook Ida mlndfta an Amorcan senator he said the ueo of lies ex Prussian was a rosa IImpertinence Tho colloquy consumed almost three hours of the day Following the AldrlchStono opt sode Lafollctte renamed his speech In opposition to the cotton schedule which proved to be a general crib cism of the methods of the nuance committee He ascortedi that the tier man wage report had contrary to the statement Jiy AJdrich reached the committee before tho tariff bill was reported to tho wnato and Tie charged tho Committee with unmoral neglect- in l withholding Information from the conato lie opposed the new ration duties as wtwsMve and mode nn argul ment In favor orn general scaling downTowards the dote of the afternoon session Lafollettb became qulto exhausted and an effort was made to obtain permission for him to suspend and resumo again tomorrow Aldrich took advantage of the Incident to make an effort to obtain an agree ment to vote on tho cotton schedule at a fixed hour In this he wap sue ccsslul and after ten or fifteen minutes of recuperation the Wteconeiti senator proceeded At 030 tho aeh ate reccseed until 8 oclock j SCHOOL NOTES 1IIy Lord In Livery a ono nrt farce J1r le presinied at the Casino lheatdr aC Vallac6 park tonight by the Junior class of tho High school For several weeks time stu dents have been rehearsed and an unusually good performance Is ex iccted The proceeds will by used for tho publication of tho Ishkoo lah tho High school vapor A nominal admission will be charged The cast Is Sybil Ruth McChepnoy Roes Ora Pryor Laura Paulino lank Edith Lorraine Sutherland IplRgot the butler Edwin Llgbtfoot lojiklns tho new footman Charles Endrlss Robert the page Pittman Hnrth Lord Tlrlmcro the Lord In Livery I Edwin Mitchell The scene Is laid In tho country house of Sir George Amberky Sy Ils father I Pints In n Xfliuo As old German wearing a tailed luo coat and a campaign hat limped nto tho ofllco of a palatial dog and horse hospital bequeathed by a liu iano millionaire to tbo town of X I wish to to admitted to din hog Hal he announced to the euporln ndent Ive got heart troubla m a G A R man und I can prove t InatltuIIonhat got a weak heart efcr nonce I- can prove It II Yes but you cant enter this iltal It Is a 11050I Cant huh Vhy not I vas n i olcher I can prove It nut this IIs a veterinary hospital I know dot Alnd I chooU tollln roll dot Im a veteran tune LIp ff ilncotts r J tIlcntlolJ- A Summa Cum Laudo chap he was And tho things that ho knew were many lint later ho found that he didnt quite know A nice easy way to a penny June Llpplncotts Whllo the seem of tho dorowa an- FaAt African leguminous tree are extensively used for food tho pods and leaves form an oxcellont cement When mixedj with crushed stone J 1 tZft GOOD NEWS FOR MENa Another Shipment of I I 1500 c t i Lt I l 1q r tir 4tlWe j in a t of of 150 taii 1 10 red i that IIi were to sell for I l usat iJ t low of tni4f I For 1 J were fortunate securing from leading manufac turer highgrade clothing ariofrhjer shipment smartly Sack Suits made 2Oormore Ilateness sealspecialt figure 2sellmarkably price SUIT VALUES 1 Safordays Selling sisiThe- se suits arc superb examples of highclass tailoring As the quantity ip limited and devalues are so extraordinary you must come early ifyou wish to get one ot tine 2000 suits at 1500 Boys Knee Pantsi AT A SACRIFICE ISO Boys Plain Knee Knee Panta- regular 1SUand 100 values Saturday for 100 Boys Plain Knee Pants regular SOc values Saturday for KQUAL uioirrfl SAVS HTUIIIIH UtrfiiH Labor ClaiiHO Cut Inuii liner CU1tmctI No prefer- once will be shown union latmr on Unto contracts under the prownt mlnletratlon This was made ele at tho mooting of tha executive coun cil composed of the state official Somo repairs were needed In tho ot cummissiantrIpared plans and sprclfloailonn for tho Work and was about ready auk fdr In tho advertisement the arch Ibid r SPECIAL 1 ii t I It r r = = I J f j r i g 1 K ni to 48c t 2gc lUxit provided that time work must be done IkV union taboo I That clause mutt be nut out de dared GoV titubb Rvcjry man with two hands In pnutied to earn a living rite Male do int projroae to put up the her against any WJul of hONOr fable labor All the other rtntc odli laU apprav td tile position taken by th gover riot The stit areilcti wee directed H to eliminate tho airnitt labor fat c urc bt tho contract 1fyMuffled voices must bo iineoni l fprtnblo In warmwuntitortt t LI CUT PRICE SA11oC rfT V 15000 5 cent plants for Iesstthan 3ycentsb 85000 other plants to selects ftomA See our stosk before placing ord- ersSCHMAUS BROSMBoth Phones 193 IilTfL L r Ill1 Ufll 11 I II V- h iLau r 4 4aircri rAy M r F wKK st PJili PADUCAH EVlSNitNG SUN IVtGH THIIhK y t I w BIG SURPRISE i AT GRiYESlDWliiS1 D L Hlldreths King James Wing tTr Brooklyn JI ptlltrir v- su I rct- o Wt t uceItI WON l nllrlt1j Hm tlwjtmt lie bald Uo 1Vns 1VIh TkldH4i u quuchr 4Hotttyernr i JIJrr1l I SfI i s vKII l1 I IdGravcscnd N Y Iitub 3 llh1vII tiadded1 l I I J l a rnrookljii handicap ffiiNlQti a mile6 and o quarter In 2Vtf4 6i4CN 1t KccnoB Celt was tho vqrMcY Vutt tlio best ho could do Win f9 fllilfhI tjird being beaten for heconid ii1i- h y Kestlgoucho also pinicd by Jill droth Tho Umo rahdo tfy Kins tliBrooklyn second better Umu that fhailo by the Celt last year King tinitfi was nplendldly ridden by Eddjc bucnn Tile defeat of the Colt Svas a great put1 b o t1 to 1 King Janips and Rvrtl gbucho coupled were 3 to i In the getting Tho race was ono of tjio greatest turprlrca of tho season From the rlto pf the trawler to the last furlong JRcstlgpuclfo led all tho way with extraordinary ipctd KinG jame hJever WAI following afro and whcn1iftia furlong tram homo pushed hlTiiortfJfi frdnt of the ftylnfc peelhimx c hit table mate byji full lIfngtb vhllu HcillfTQuclib jjas three length s to frgntof the flou Tdtirfttg Colt The tcttlngclvnicnt bad rcaibti for eur price and disappointment Rest I Kouctfn running alone was varlourly quoted ai high as 20 to 1 being laid figalntt him to win Kccnps Colt w s hold nt 1 to 3 seemingly IlIto lilbltlng odds but he had a host of fackorfc his performance of last year ncoufSsIng them to moko him list r lllgthPrivateished Instil order named IMEDAL WON n1 ini nOOKR IXUiCfa1MS t rTI S CONTEST +High Rrhoolt Krenn of lntcrretla Kthlblllpnjiiht J IIght111 ItM Well It jj lad Irvin Uooks winner of tho ducjamatlon medal presented by tho Jlcv M K Dodd at the High school1 jait jjijchtt m14 vdl flU ope of his points be would hayo lost tho modal 10 dOle was ho run for nut honors tiy rvvcral of tho contestant Thero ycrp sofcri tots lloya pod thrco Itlrls and tholr work sTidwtxl excep tional training careful election n great native ability ThO award was l Mii Jy ft cpniRiUtM composed of Mrs jlni Torbott tho Rev n C 1rIRhtand IL V Armonlroiit Tlio UdRIItlrf given lists of doclanm lions to gradb and tho average wa dcasi up by 1rofcwora Carnagey 6ugK IJrpfesspr Sugg Introduced Kdward tlltchcll wfio presided Hotwcon the declamations a beautiful musical pro gram was given by Mines Aimee Drr iUta Julia pnbncy and Lucllo Jlarlht rm04menrnlwpe oagn4vedt i lieila mTOn Juno 1909 P ii 9r m SECURED Ail ii- fc EVIDENCE NEPD I Police Captain Kane of Chi ago CaR COR viet i till nl- liars Vomrn Named who Were 1In lltmio WHIi lliy lclan Who Li iurJJclKnd to llavU llunfeid ivtlkri+ IJIINlaTIICIm rtiLUl I yM 1 cbraroJilii 4Tho adnilsslonl 6Y Wici rapttMil Kane that ho h- aalfie ovldciidii lie nestle tho linking of lir ClomlnVpns name with two mere wohicn ncfo iio main develop JimtI NprahJano Kanv said thatt When the c cmlata Who eta nnnfyilng Jlrs Cicnllnsons stomach and intijstlneB made their rollrt ho would have all tho oJ flcncrf ho consideredl necessary for Ibo prorecutlon of the case Ho refused to divulge any of his fccw evicnco saying tho trial woUld bo the place fa that Mlis Matilda TInny a nurso at tho homo of former State Scnabr Dawsun wnij named as an Intimate frlond of Olomlnepn Bbo was quer tloiiod by l lit o tiiit donlcd and knowl edge of Clomlnioa- I ator however It la said slio ad mitted to Uawton that she had sled An anonymous letter received by Kano named a Mls Mimto Oshorn as auothc frlnd P441 tnliiEon IRS CRAKE Continued from Page Ono and In what condition tho knives ate kept and also what becomes of tlie wraps The tamp attention Will given limo meat stalls and also tho places where butter Is told Several njjh stands and small restaurants on Ipwcr Kentucky avcnuo were visited Mrs Crane alto paid a visit to tim qhtckoh Qqrkqt on South sccondl- ofreel Suggestions of how conditions could be Improved were given all tho prdprlvors of ho different places Mrt Crane visited Sho Inspected the clip Jail this tacttats llcr IWijw Work f Strqnuoiia was tho work today of Mrs Caroline Bartlett Crane known ICal14gthioo her labors of Inspecting sanitation of the public Institutions of 1Ii lIrl1hShe arrived yesterday afternoon train Bowling Green and today has been busy Originally Mrs Crano Intended to louse Paducah to morrow at noon but today tho de cided to ipmajn over until Sunday at noon cotitifquenily she will mako her report at a mere meeting Satur day night nt tho Droadway Methodist church Tomorrow morning eho will speak to tho school children at tho Kentucky theater Tho teachers and grown people pro expected as well attardnoon from Howling Green two hours earlier than she was expected and nd 6ho was at tho station to meet her With her usual Independence Mrs Trttno found her way to the Palmer arrivaldnoon she with Mrs James A Rudy president of the Womans club and Dr IL P Sight city health omcor rode over the city vita Crano was Impreseed favorably with 1aducah and raid Tlio streets of Paducah aro Just lQqlYfMllI1111 jttcels lID IngtJllopkrndljjag while tho graveled streets aro Inench flno condl tlon Time streets aro the best I hatfo f jINo HarmU yvi L iloo C4Ttl fnrYt4e fmHIi 1 + vii ft lI Post Toastesand creamA JIJo There Is a wonderful captivating flavouri which tltoskill of tho PostumCb has put Into their newest v product from White Corn J Take homo a pkg It The Taste Anger Soul by Grocers Popular pkR JOe lArge Fatally size lbs 1- 1Natle I liT PoetumCereal CoLtd Battle Creek Iltlcl jll n p i15c PER fOOT CAPER THAN WOOD I I NO l BA D sIrw 1t NO 1i Ii Above Fehce 36 in high ISc per foot Send far bur illustrated catalogue sent free describing many styles of ornamental fence RwieilEll co TKe of I R uaii nlrritf 4- M w t r seen In my travels over Kentucky She inspected a dairy anti several other places last night Mrs Crane has a program made chit which she follows almost In every hotelinandIiprlouse file walked through tho market shoulder to thouldcr with cltl IrsLlriinonext4piti company and sho paid particular cm ihacls onthoodatlohs of the lntnko- plpro In the river and the manner of Uttering the water Jubflc Instltutloiw Public Institutions will come In for nearly all of the Inspection as Mrs Crane usually fights shy of tho pflv ate Institutions It is to tho place where tlia forgotten people are kept MraCraneIons the directors usually are tlmld to criticism and If I do not make any granedChntI MyI criticism Is constructive rajd Mrs Crane and while I crltl clw 1111 so InA manner to show tho rvstdehts how to better conditions I allays try to cooporato with tbo city otnclals wherever I go and in feat I base been treated splendidly In ovory city I have visited In the state MyI object Iis to find out the chief anal tary needs of the city and to criti else I have been over much of tho dlftrlct occupied by the colored rest dents and I find It In good condi firsCranethe bakeries and dairies county sahl faflum county and city jails the con o theoschoolhuifdinga homes of thet poorer class of people will bo Investigated carefully with reference tci limo sanitation TalkI lo ciil1rvn j rs rang cSpccIaliy deeoI fortomorrpwi o the Children on VVhat the Children oQ Paducah Can po to Make the City Cleaner and More DcnuClfuI Adults pro invited to the meeting but theIlil5ron must bo given first choice J pall rpom mqdo for them lro jbrano spaka enthusiastically of her work and she goes lutolt with a vim that IIs surprising Slit lib an oho dint can see moro than l aVolcaI an Iit ls clearl and before an an- dlcucoeholia I speaker that may12uniliretood easily and her talks eta ontorfalnlng because of the life s JIputs lntothcni tinspectionlet t atfi aiiiakeaboard of health as well as to tlioI pVcsUloYil ot tho local Womans clubI Ih Owerisboro June 10 when her trip over ttio atato will bo closed she wIllI mike a roporlof tbo sanitary condl tl6n over tho entire state from her observations while written reports ff statefProperly weaklne tM 18 the Ik v Mrs Caroline Bartlett Crlmolo br tdn years the has been pastor of the People church In Kalaroazoo illch It In nonsectarian Kn wllqfKen CraneLmany years Hawcsvlllo Is her moth ors home + and tbq bas relatives ro ding there now After for couclu slonof her Inspection Mrs Cranq will visit riawcaylllb lor a shortrct and Visit but will also lecture to the res qondltlopMro Frankfort Bowlinge came to Pnducab and Sunday willI leave tor Hehderson From Header aWt e Ill iato weosborg lIud AND BRY- ABTSPECIALS Our Famous White Dove Flour per sack 100 7 bate Octagon Soap T5c 7 tiara White Floating Soap 2lic 3 can Tomatoes ZGc 2 caw Corn I6c Ammonla per bottle lie Fancy French Sardines 2tor 2jc 4 Ibs Prunes 2Gc 3Iba1 Evaporated Peaches 26c table IQachos per canv lac 3 cans Armours Pork Beans 25c 2 pkg Rolled Oalst llic Fancy Picnic Hams per lb 11e Fancy Sour Pickles per gal SOc Fancy Lemons per doz lSe Armours Sear Hams per Kb SGc C cans Cream Corliec Ibs Blackeyed Peas 260 Homegrown Pecans per lb Ioc 3 Ibs Frock Soda Crackersv 250 3 pkgs Jtablscos 2Gc 3 fancy Mackerel 2Gc 3 tacks SaJ lt 7 lOp 3 boxes Searchlight Matches lOc Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c m close her statewide campaign for sanitation Her Queer In speaking of her work Irs Crano soldM I became interested In lire work irate tho viewpoint of a housekeeper Whoa I was mottled I went tto ho tekeeplne1 and In a sliort time I found out that It was Irn possible to keep a home clean la the tobetterWhore tho meat camp from and made an Investigation Tbo condlflona ItrPthroughllio+waD secured So jay work broadened out and I have criticised every branch of civic life In some of time larger elites I have made Investiga lions of not only sanitation but In angry department J Kentucky Is tho second state that c9vJrInWhat Would you bo MllllnKto dikegrowcolor of youth mid If you aro n vo iiion to IncnmRO thp lnKth and liltrtocrave but have hitherto as year wildest dreams never thought John IllrkUoIz Omaha City saysI twowcoksrcassumed their natural color Lucela Mason this city says Two applications of QBan Hair Tonic stopped my halt qomlng out nd cured completely an intense I of the scalp and scooted all dandruff from which I have suffered for years 1 I We have thoso tcsUraonlala on file Ihour office signed aa above QBan j Hair Restorer andQjBnu Hair Tonic are not idle dreams f they do tim- ework J If six bottles of qBan hair j Restorer and It only requires six bottles for the mostf obdurate case I that has ever been treated falls to bring bark your gray hairs to thol natural rotor of youth your money will bo refunded by the druggist of j whom you buy thovpfopnratlon You J know your druKKlsUniilchlra Every t gentlewoman every wojlbrod and jj wellgroomed man shoufd use the I Q Ban Hair Tonic U will savo what halt you bao will keep tho scalp I In bcultby condition and will in creaw the vigor length and glqllsl orbs ot the hair To the needy It is a nres iiyf to tho gcntlowdmnu or i gentleman a flue habit Ask your i druR6t W n McPherson sells and recommends theflo preparations It you are grnyhalred or partly gray no w U give you tho first package of Umr nestorur free Simply call and i ask for ij t tho state of Michigan she bas done much work in Now Hampshire sho mado an inspection of the state in ro gird to the condition of the penal and charitable Institutions only In Pennsylvania she has done consider able work and in Scranton Emil and Vllkcgbarro sho has mado close investigations Last winter she made toynsinFloridaMr trlpthroughot the state board of health tho pure food department of tho state experi ment station and the Kentucky Fed eratlonof Womans clubs Piilltlrx In Kentucky Mrs Crane said I haVe ifrh zoom of tho public Institu lon that woro regular palaces Tho buildings on the exterior mado an appearance that rivaled the old cas tles of Europe and the citizens who passed by were In absolute Ignorance of the miserable sanitary conditions forcedjtotion pave boon found In splendid condition and tho poor forgotten people were living In as good com fort as if In a private home Owing to tlc short tithe for her trip qvor tho state Mrs Crane Is not considering the management of tho imbllo Institutions She said Prob ably aonio off them aro managed badly I for tell mo what public lustltu tlops of Kentucky aro not mixed up with politics The llcvnltR of Her VIMU Following Jn tho footsteps of Mrs Crane it has been learned that active Eteps have been taken towards ttaking advantage of her criticism and no doubt the citizens of Paducah will tako advantage of her knowledge of proper sanitation In Frankfort fol lowing her adores at time mass meet ing a meeting of the citizens was hold In tho same building the next day and1 stops were tAken to begin work at onco to Improve the sancta theday25GOifpsr the Improvement of the sanitation of the building In Harrodsburg her prUlcIsm of the lax methods pf duty resulted In a suit being filed against heri but slave the clUzonahavo pet sonally Inspected tbo buildings and save condemned them In as vigorous language as did Mrs i I LKtIISLATtIRli UMOUUXS SIXEl I nIB AT laST 6 f J1U1tSneblluch Springfield 111 Juno 4i Without tie enactment of any deep waterway legislation tbo general assembly ad journed last night thoUousoallSaturdayan agreement on tho waterway legis lotion continued Its labor from 5 oclock this afternoon until within a tow minutes of tho midnight hour At G oclock scsslon of the senate It J having refused to concur In the re port of time conference committee tho committee asked for further con ference Each house rcapjiolntcd trio same members to represent It upon tbo committee As tho mat effort tho conference commltto reported back tho bill providing for a commission of seven men to adopt plans and de vise and means of proceeding with the construction of the deep waterway TIe report was adopted In tho ease 09 to 9 Tho senate rejected the report 15 to 22 That tho legislature would ad journ without passing a waterway bill has been cp fiently forecasted forseveral wccv 5 17 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 10 lb pall Pure Hog Lard 125 24 lb bag Pansy Flour 100 3 boxes Matches lOc 4 pkgs Soda ICc 3 Ibs Codfish 10c Mllohner Herring a doz 20c 3 lbs Ferndoll Coffee OCc 3lbs Ferndell Java and Mocha Coffee 0 Q- c3pkgs Arbucklos Coffee 40c 3 Ibs Evaporated Peaches 2Sc Sibs Prunes 25c G Ibs Navy Beans 2 Go- Ii Ibs B E Pe Pure Black Pepper a lb 25c Shredded Cocoanut a lb E5c Mixed Tea I1lb 25c 2 cans O L Baking Powder iSc 2 cans Pink 2 DC 3 1 lb cans Red Salmon COc 2 3 lb cans Sliced Pineapple 35c 2 2 lb cans Chunk Pineapple 2Gc 3 1 lb cans Chunk 2 cans Standard Corn f ISc 3 cane Virgin Corn 2Gc 3 cans Ferndoll Corn 35c 2 cans Fidelity Tomatoes 15c Motor Cars In Oernmny The official German statistics of motor vefilcIeEN for passengers and freight trnfltc for the three years i ly JC put rnIJpYlr 1907 against allIncrease pf 33 per cent la 1907 over L r yR 11P i incorporated House tloni EHGIERT at- tain1ablc Cran- eILLINOIS LOUIS CLARKS SPECIALS Saturday June 15c7bara 20cSchool li25e Salmoau Plneapplo25e 272Q3GOGZ Engineering lIi1fttcUI NIRyU A 1N G For 3 cans Mutton Chop Tomatoes 2So 3 1 lb cans Cove Oysters 2Go 35c bottle Queen Olives 25a 2 calms Sweet Chocolate u 150 1 lb Premium Chocolate 3Go 3 boxes Enamollno lOts 3 boxes Toothpicks lOa 3 dOz Nutmeg boa 2 bottles Baby Elite Shoo Polish iSo 2 Knox Gelallno 2Go 3 pkgs Buckwheat Flqur 2St 3 loaves IHWaukco Rye Bread 25o 3 Grape Fruit 250- 31LUiCOb Lo at Sugar 25o 3 lbs Powdenfl SUgUtJ 25p- C double Sheets Fly Paper Ida Lea Perrlns awio a bottle 25c 2 bottles Queen Ollrcs 2Ep Quart jar Jtangoes 35p 2 3 Ih cpus Pear J6g 2 3 lb caps prated Pineapple Ifip 2 3 lb cdns Pip Peaches IGp 2 3 lb cans Lye Hominy IGo 2 3 lb cans Pumpkin ISp 2 cane Okra 25o 2 2 lb cans Pork and Means 2Go a 25c can Breakfast Syrup IGc 2 0c cans Maple Flavor Syrup 2 So- Burnetts Extract app flavor 25q 2 bottles Extract M 1Jiq 2 pkgs Dutch Tea Rusk 15p Cream Cheese a pound 20c Ri the Hams a petndr lie dairy the moe powerful carjla c a and rather expansive motor cars prices of which went down last year The number of accidents baa decreased but Berlin had as many Io 71 accidents for every 100 vehicles q Moro than StfOOO1 workmen are trilled In the course ot a year In this country by accidents Incidental to their oaui atonsv r t FCARPETS CLEANED ON THE FLOOR COMPRESSED AU t AXIX VACUUM SVSTKM s aadrykiiwiOldl Lull XuH4lioHe 417 Savo tMIIla Not Jp Bhono book 10II GUESSWhen 1 you Jcndw you are getting Quality Sold at THIRD STREET PAINT STORE127 South Third Street New lWoi t i offitioS s1 eo On and After MohcJajv May 3h 1909 The 3tr Bfettie Owen Will leave Paducah for Owens Ladingv l At 6a m 930a m 2 p m 440 p m t For Brookpoft J H At 7an 1030 a m 3 p m T l Will make trips at above time till further noticeRJT i 1 rrv John lE Rollins Master t THE HOUSE RENTIQUESTIONt In purchasing ono hundred house rent receipts at 11000 each 100000 la valuoEverybut OF10UJtdesirable suburban Addition On and near street car llao accvsdablo t to light hind city water Cov1 r 444S I u Plwwes17alad7B0aJ Flan won THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNr 1FHIDAY JUNK 4 I IIiI TbcPaducabSu AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY lIIOI 8VX PUBLISHING COUPAl Incorporated F M FlSriKR Preitdeat B J PAXTON General Manager Dtered at the poitofflce at Paducah Ky as ifcond claw matter BDBSCRIPTION RATES I By Curler per week 1 d By Mali per month In advance 216 ly sail per year t7adreaceIT- HE OC WEEKLY SUN Per year by mall postage pad10 Addreii TUB SUN Paducah Ky Oblce US South Third Phones SS I Editorial Room Fbonei old SJ7 New 3S8 Payne and Young Chicago and New York Repreaentatlrea TIlE SUN can M found at the fol owing placea n D elemental II Pfc Van Culln Broa Palmer house I FRIDAY JUNE 4 OnWTUIb ION STATEMENT t p t 1IaclJ lU08 16364 17 838- 6lutoo6363 lm 63G- 91Juf637i d953784 w637 06379-1fi39f 226369R 539823r6361i 86384 24 5357 86387 266342I-e 6397 265343116400 27 6313 IS 6402 29633813 6400 306346 15377 llYt 5362 105373Total 148034 y Average for March 19096483A- verage for March 19083943Jn- crell8 1540 Personally appeared Before me this April 2 1909 ft D MacMlllen bust uees manager of The Sun who at firms that the above statement of the circulation of Tho Sun for the month of March 1909 UI true to the beet of his knowledge and belief PETER PURYEAR Notary Public McCracken Co My commission expires January 19 1813 Daily Thought Habit Is one of the most admir able of servants It Is a saver of time and of energy Dut It is the most tyrannical of masters Do not pct it get tho better of you The people of Africa arc showing Theodore Roosevelt the elephant o Perhaps it occurs to newspaper Tenders that most of the tariff speeches in the senate are for pub lication back home o The moon was tho star of celestial vaudeville last night when It did a blackface stunt Thesun will be In partial eclipse June J7 a The Outlook will have something to say about Captain Von Walhelms charge that bIg game hunting in At ri- ca has degenerated into a parlor game 0When a lawyer owns stock in a newspaper It always aids his cases for the newspaper to assist In making the client of opposing counsel odious la the public mind a NEWS IS MADE IN THE DAYTIME Again Tho Evening Sun comes forward with tho first and most accu rate information on Important sub jects It was The Evening Sun which fet announced the plans of the Burlington railroad to enter Metropolis It was The Evening Sun which several weeks ago announced that tenants on Its terminal property nt Metropolis werepotifled to vacate September 1 andtoday The Evening Sun publishes an authentic Interview with officials of the railroad who were at Metropolis last evening It is The Evening Sun which announces the accurate plans of Mrs Crane News is made In the daytime and time evening paper prints the news while it Is hot a AN APOSTLE OF GOOD HElALTH It is with pleasure we learn that Sirs Caroline Bartlett Crano wlli remain In Paducah two days taking a sanitary survey of the city and talk- Ing to the citizens about what Is neccwary to realize the full value of our environments Two things are made clear by acquaintance with Mrs Crane she is not seeking notoriety and while she speaks plainly and frankly about conditions she never loses sight of the fact that the purpose of her coming is to Improve the city and not to detract from it While healthfulness and safety and comfort are not as necessary to the location of a city as a strategical in dustrial and commercial portion they are essential to the proper growth of the city and absolutely necessary to a full realization of Its possibilities This tact Is selfevident Two dUes situated alike one beauU fuV clean healthful safe and com fortable to HVO in and the other the exact opposite In all theso respects WH not grow alike The fret city will outstrip tho other not only In growth of population but in the proportionate amount of business through the liberal advertisement its tbarrns will gve U- JCow I healthfutaeia and safety rind jconafort are notWIlij toy J 1 1I r q Itheir due and loyally covering thoII These qualities come from courageously studying the detects and eliminating them and developing the r advantages to their full possibility Clues build expensive sewer and water systems clean streets and take elaborate measures to reduco tho death Cato and prevent contagion but ignorance of the populace stultifies event effort for advancement Tenement landlords and the tenants combine to spread death public In j stitutions get In the hands of self I seeking politicians concerns that pre pare and distribute food are not care Ins section A crusade against ignorance is as essential as a crusade against vice and disease and that is Mrs Cranes mission She is not going about decrying the cities she visits She lis only applying special knowledge to special condi tions and telling the people how they can get rid of bad conditions and realize the best that is in them and In their city One would not care for a doctor who retused to diagnose the case to Its full extent and would nit propose a rcraedyt U might be better it this diagnosis and prescription could be given as privately as the doctors but the circumstances make it Imposstble Mrs Crane and tho newspapersvaro talking to 30000 people In Paducah and it Is necessary to talk loud tor all here The work will be of no avail unleps every one knows the details and assists for those who did not hear find heed would offset the efforts of theothers It Is that Ignorance and hcedlcreneesr we are trying to correct Recognizing this purpose in Mrs Cranes visit and by the way she comes here under tho auspices of the state board of health and the federation of womens clubs let us meet her half waj and however unpleas ant the truth may be in some cases get all the good wocanout of tier visit and determine to correct those conditions which die tells us how to correct Bo assured Mrs Crane will not point out a fault without showing a cause and a remedy and that is the final test of the worth ofiadvice 0 Kentucky Kernels IW J Inraan dies at Russcllvlllc State tax commission in Owensboro Juno 18- United Commercial Travelers at Louisville Bladlsonvlllo Hartford and Eastern laying track Jake Noble arid A S Johnson Shoot up Jackson Darn pf Walter Beard east of Bardwcll blows down W C A canvasses Oweneboro for dimes for Mary Kendall homo Dan Ray colored sentenced to hang August 6at iRuseolIvlIle Mrs Kate Hathaway of Owens boro hurt at Chickamauga park Former Clerk of the Pen 31 W Rowland must serve sentence for misappropriating funds at Frankfort HEALTH HINTS Did you ever think how you con tracted disease Ask some one how many diseases art contracted from the common house flys lighting on your food leaving poisonous germs to be taken into your digestive tracts There is noplaco too foul for him to treat wlthj his tiny feet taking up tho most deadly germs and con veying them into your homo Take a lookl at his feet under tho microscope and see that wonderful arrangement jie has for walking on your ceiling When not used for this purpose is filled with infectious filthIKeep everything screened from him your garbaocan your house it you please D A n 1eader Dies Pawtucket R L tune 4Mrs Stephen F Fisk vice president of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Is dead aged 57jj ItftJJGi VALPARAISO GOES WET Only Two of the Twelve Townships Voted Dry Valparaiso IndJuno 4Portercounty voted wet in a loam option election by a majority pf 375 unofficial Tho wets carried the city of Valparaiso by 102 majority Only two of the twelve townships voted dry No attempt was made to vote students of Valparaiso univer sty Tho wots it is believed gained strength by their overwhelming vic tory in La Porte an adjoining county AIR MAY BECOME POWER Latest Invention of Motor by n Chi cago Man Chicago June 4 Automoblllng without gasoline electricity or steam aerial navigation without bq lug dependent on the wind boating without oars steam electricity or gasoline all these are within tho realm of possibility if the Invention of a Chlcngoan proves equal to his expectations Ho declares his in vention solves tho problem of aerial flight and that the Wright brothers are already Interested In It Tho In ventor Is John A Wade Tho force obtaln d Is by atmospherIc pressure entirely and that is obtained by removing tho air from the open end of a number of casings and allowing the atmospheric pressure to operate on the rear or closed ends of the casings producing tho same result- n the casings as in produced on a on In A pncumatiaiube when the l ANOTHER FULL DAY IN WHICH TO WORK FOR BXTRA VOTES This is Time Enough iff Take Advantage of Bonus Oifer Two Hours Hard Work May be Sufficient i NEW CANDIDATES AUK WANTED Candlates have one more full day to work In taking advantage of the first and largest bonus vote offer in The Sun and Associate Newspapers Great Voting Contest The offer expires at 9 oclock tomorrow night and money intended to be counted for the extra votes must be turned into the office of one of tho newspapers associated in the contest by that time Almost every candidate thoroughly iinddrstands the bonus offer by this tlmo It is a chanceto Win QOOO extra Votes For every 25 represent ing money for NEW subscriptions turned In by 9 oclock tomorrow night FIFTY THOUSAND EXTRA VOTES above the regular scale will be Issued Thl Is for NEW BUSINESS ONLY andit is absolutely the largest bonus offer that will txrniado during the contest i If you are riot already striving for these extra votes votes that will be found of tremendous value before the contest Is ovorgct busy during the one day that remains Two hours hard work may win you the bonus a days hustling Is sure to count and may result in enough mon ey for a hundred thousand extra votes and possibly mere Candidates do not realize the work that can be done in one day until they make the trial The bonus vote offer Is of too much Importance to be neglected It should bo taken advantage of by all moans If possible Remember that every 25 for NEW business entitles a candidate to FIFTY THOUSAND EXTRA VOTES over and above tho regular scale It Is tho big opportunity of tho contest Now Interest Aroused The publication of the standing of the candidates has bad an effect It proved of great Interest to the people throughout the contest territory and put now enthusiasm into the condl dates It was the first showdown and gave contestants an opportunity to size up possible opponents Few scores were large but the number of contestants was large and It Is this last fact that proves that Interest It widespread and the success of the contest is already assured Every person who Is considering entering and contesting for the TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of prizes should act immediately It will not be too late to start next week or perhaps later than that but an early start is what counts The field Is now now and getting subscribers will be easier than later Get started TODAY iAnd there should bo no hesitation In entering when the prize list tloconsidered One is seldom given opportunity to get without a cent of Investment a big touring car or a big purse of goldor a Plano or any one of the 57 prizes to bo awarded The Sun has spent a tremendoui amount of money for prizes more than has ever been similarly spent SOULES LIVER CAPSULES Originated by Dr N Soule In 1876 and used In Paducah with marked satisfaction ever since over thirty years Num bers of wellknown people right hero at homo attest their excellence They are fine In all troubles duo to Inactive or sluggish liver such as biliousness con stipation headache dizzinessI bad taste coated tongue loss of appetite pain In side back ache pimples on face sallow skin etc Price 25c a Box They are not intended to purge but act mildly as an alterative on the liver and kidneys The dose Is one capsule at bedtime for ono or two nights followed next day by small dose of salts or simple laxative For children of 5 to 10 years open capsule cut medicine In halves and give one portion Made byc fi eDISPENSING DRUGGISTS nth nnd Itwny Qpp Palmer PADUCAH t KV DONT GROW OLD Keep Your Hair Bright and Lux I urlant and Stay Young Yes Parisian Sago the most In vigorating hair restorer grows hair the women of America who have luxuriant hair know It docs nnd that Is why thousands of attractive women throughout tho land aro reg ularly using It For years this almost marvelous grower of lustrous and beautiful hall was confined to tho elite of Uuropo and New York City but about two years ago It was given ton select list of druggists and today can bo obtained In any city or town In America where society women of refinement dwell Parisian Sago is the most delight ful hair tonic fa the world U makes the hair soft lustrous and luxuriant In a tow days It Is per fumed most daintily and Is not sticky or greasy It stops falling hair cures dandruff and Itching scalp In two weeks or money back This is what Mrs Elizabeth E Anderson Mechantcsburg Pa writesI had given up nope of over be- Ing cured of dandruff when I pur chased a bottle of Parisian Sago It has entirely removed the dandruff and has started a growth of new hair and all this after having been troubled for 1C years I cheerfully recommend Parisian Sage Gilberts drug attire Is tho regu larly appointed agent In Iaducah foKjPftrlslan Sage and they will sell yefulnJLbottio under a rigid guarantee for 60 cents iAJargo bottle of better tonic thats what you get when you lay down a halt dollar for a bottle of Parisian Sage The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package and bottle before by a newspaper In a city of Pad cahI size but It does not consider the prize list any too rich for the people In Its territory It wanted to give good prizes that Is why it purchased the big Ford touring car and the handsome and powerful roadster for tho two leading contest ants If you are a contestant you should make up your mind to bo one of these two- Energetic people everywhere are urged to consider tho rewards for energy and perseverance and get Iti the raco at once It U not too late to enter today Get a book this afternoon and Win tho extra votes to bo awarded tomor row night There Is time enough to do it Start NOW BURLINGTON I I HT amr Continued from Pago Ono brings up again the matter of a direct through service between Birm ingham and Chattanodga Via Gads I den and tho Chattanooga Southern road In April the Birmingham News published exclusive Information as to the plans of the Louisville Nash ville In regard to this route which would be only fourteen miles longer than the direct lino of the Alabama Great Southern The opening of this line over the Chattanooga Southern Blxtyflvo per cent of tho stock of which U owned by the Louisville Naihvlllc would give tho latter road a slice of the very deslrablopancn ger traffic between this city and Chattanooga and at the same time would open up to the L t N and Its sub sidiary line tho N C St L the rich ore and fruit section traversed by the Chattanooga Southern Some work would rTavoto be done on the Chattanooga Southern and It s believed that plans as to this will bo announced within B very short time now The Importance of this malt line and the territory to the Louisville Nashvlllo interests Is not to be overlooked by thoso famil tar with railroad development and pos stbllltles u With the new connections in effect the L N could operate train from Birmingham to Chattanooga on an easy schedule of tour hours YOU noTT RAVE TO WAIT Every dose makes you feel better Lax Ko keeps your wnole insides right Sold on the MoneyBack plan every where Price Soc u- Tice Sun Editorial rooms Phones DId 317 new MH Anyone liar ng news items please call above 1l1UIlI bets Our shoe repairing is in a class by itself Bestquickest We repair shoes so theyre good for more ser I vice Phone I 01 Wellsend and get I your shoes and re turn tem quickly 00and11 I I 50cpeg flheelsole Ladles turned 100eI MURDER THEORY STRENGTHENED J Extraordinary Evidence at Coroners Inquest Unllct WHS MMnj nail Revolver j Found In lintel Wiw Not Property of Vend Doctor i mN AT KVANSV1LLE HOMH Chicago Juno fEvldenco sup porting the theory that Dr John T Hlnklcy Sr met hie death at the Wellington hotel hero at tho hands of a robber was adduced at the coroners Inquest The evidence present ed did not disprove tho hypothesis of suicide but It materially weakened It Tho evidence showed that the bullet entered tho left check lodging in tho brain and Inflicting a wound which must have caused instant death The doctors left hand was so crip pled that ho could not have tired the shot with It and tho wound was of such a nature that It could not have been made by firing a pistol with tho right hand It was also shpwn that the doctors coat and vest hero found open and a wallet ho habitually carried In the Inside Vest pocket was missing as was imI ichl A small sum 241 was found ori the dresser In tho room IHs valise In which he carried medi cines and tbllet articles and which had been oh his knees when hU datighW IIfrft IbOi room to go ehpp ping wni found in tho public toilet room 20cardsJ from tho room the existence of which the decedent Is raid to have been In Ignorance his own room being provided with simi lar facilities The door of the room was not locked The revolver found In tho doctorII coroners physician testified that he found no powder marks surrounding the wound In the doctors head RIVER M NEWS c River Stags Pittsburgh 63 03 fall Cincinnati 141 IOlal1Ixjulsvlllo 7S- Bvansvlllo 04 fall 156 Os fall Mt Carmel 113 03 fall Chattanooga 102 91 rise Florence y 83 16 vise Johnsonvlllo te 143 OC fall Cairo 333 02 fall Paducah 224 04 fall River stage this morning at 7 oclock 224 a fall of 4 in the last 21 hours Tho river at this plano will continuo falling ARRIVALS Kentucky from River ton Ala last night at 93V with 32 hogsheads of tobacco 30 crates of poultry and a large passenger list for this place and 9 cars of lumber for the lower Ohio She Is unloading at Brookport and Metropolis today Joe Fowler from Evansvlllo and all way landings this morning on good time doing a large freight and passenger business Dick Fowler from Cairo and aU WIlY landings tonight at S oclocki ROyal1 from Oolconda this morning on limbo doing a good freight and passenger business George Cowling front Metropolis this morn Ing and this afternoon on her two regular trips doing a nice business on both trip Egan from the mines at Caseyvlllojthlsj morning al 4 oclock with 2Q barge of coat and 8 flats Tho Harth went out to the Egan and towed the fiats In and land ed them DEPARTURES Dick Fowler torII Cairo and all way landings this mornII Ing on time doing a largo freight and passenger business Kentucky tot tho lower Ohio at 6 oclock this morn Ing She will leave for tho Tonnes see tomorrow evening at 6 oclockII Joe Fowler for Evansville and all way landing this morning immediately after transacting business at the vharfboat she did a big freight and passenger business out of this port Royal for Golconda this afternoon at 2 oclock doing a good business f- N Hook for Saltlllo today with sev eral empties after a tow of ties for Cairo George Cowling for Met po ills this morning at li and this atel ernoon at 430 carrying a lot of freight and a number of passengers Egan for Memphis this morning at 7 Iclock with 20 barges of coal for tho Vest KentuckY Coal company The John S Hopkins will bo the Jvansvlllo packet tomorrow morning The E A Voight will probably got away tomorrow for Dyoraburg after wo barges of logs for the Fcrguson almer mill BRichardson fromNashvillo tripThe run LD excursion out of this port Sunday afternoon to tho Tennessee river ridge between the hours of 2 and C m s s I S ForecastThe Mttlt2t- T I f f rJII- t J t J 4 We J fjII show MrnM nnil Young Menn Kortc H4i 1rlow an 61000hut the kind list will impress yuuT A mssII 4 most In our special Mcrga at 92000 Tliryfci made righttalleml IOOIIAml the fftbricjJ1e tirott JIa ttciit WMlilnginn Jlllltsst color norgjTMoiit link CWOO for the winin tlu11I11lookTntol t lito nuttrr beTore you buy l l 1 l- IiRJS r BROADWAYvI I HEtna JllOtnNtuKStJ 1 c e I I Specials for Saturday atJJ J l The Great Pacific Tea Coffee Co fOld Phone 1170 027 SOUTH Tillllll KT New Plume nntt 1 t This company linn rhnnKrd Jinruli and h under HH innnngF I meat of Mr George llomlumnt wlio ulll endeavor to MtKfy Itoinutonicrs unit Itopeti to gain their patronage by fair dcallngii and 4tt by giving thrill time brat Rtxnln forth lonmt prictti I IT 7 lbs Granulated Sugar 43c 2 lbs Cracked Rico lie 30 lbs Ico Cream SaltCcScan Corn H c 3 cans Tomatoes 24e 1 bottle 40c Sweet PIcklesflOc Z lbs Wafer Crackers 4 2Bc 1 bottle Maraschino Cher tiesI 19c 1 Jiottln of Snider Salad Dressing lGc 1 15c bottle Ketchup lOc 1 Sc bottle Ketchup ISc 1 2Cc bottle Snapper Sauce ISc I 5pc Dish Pan 35c the noxt 3 day At Paducah not much change for 12 hours then fall At Cairo will continue to rise slowly luring the next 24 hours The Wabash at Mt Carmel will ontlnuo falling during the next 48 hours The Tonnespeo at Florence and llvorton no atonal change during rho next 36 hours At Johnsonvlllo will fall during the next 24 hours The Mississippi at Chester i will all during tho next 24 hours At Cape Glrardcau will continue rising for 12 hours then probably fall + s a IlbGOeTtaUi2 cans ltoygll Seat Oats 2Cc 4 lbs Light Drown Sugar 2Gc 2 lbs bolt Mix uts5o1 15c pkg Raisins 7C l i1 J Ib Blttor Chocolate 35o 7 bars Star Soap 26c 3 Ib can JPie Peaches 8c I 11 C cans Milk 250d3 lb 2Bc Coffee C2c fii 4ll 3 Tkg Toothpicks lee j 10 lbs Corn Meal 25c 2 cans Salmon 26er1 25c Walor Itcher17c1 COv Jttdlnlor and Pedesu 4 I tal 25c I f A- Political I c AnnouncementjThin Run IIs i I the randldncy of Mr Tho ff t llnzcllp for tmllce judge cityf 4 t 1 Podiirnli nulijrct to Uio actlOHTiI tno I fHCIlubllfAf ir rra ONLY A HRADACHB 4 Why Cornellon Headache Liver PIlII sdbyn- One ffth of tho countrys wealthy II Exchange Is represented In the New York Stock Y t tII Jll 0 SS PSS S taSI f TEN VOTES FOR 0 f J J t I 1M 0 j d f 1 JI Address Wet J c 7District t r I v it 8 I 0- Subject to the rul s of The Paducah Evening Sucand AllodteefJ f- I I Newspapers Voting Contest Void after June 10 0 It S1t al 8 0 e ea I i t I 0 0 S 10 tt VJf+ I II jj NOMINATION 1iALLOT kPa P M N1 0 rDistrict ef Address S i rt 11 S t Thlspallot wen properly tilled out will count for 1000 otei In the Paducah Sun and At wclato Newspapers Great Contest 8 G Not mojp than too nomlnatlot ballots tUrf be credited to a candl fi date I a i 5e fi i tl0I ta e t G I If FRIDAY JCNB 4j THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN if rAOD 1TOB ill i NEW DE JOINVELE t NECKWEAR I Summer Tim made In fabrics that laundry 3 them to wash every t l t I l rid- t i I Om t i rr41 tt d f ltt 0 1 i roach poison at1 Gilbert osteopath 400ft Phone 19i stamps oat bras steo At thOySun office For wallpaper at bargain price toe Kelly k Umbaueh 321 Kentucky avenue The Sun omco for eamplea and prlcei of of papqrs ft cut flowers of qual tltfly Freeh fiatreri ally 6J9 Broadway Hair goods rnado lo order ham t t poolng dyeing Phone 2114 Lillian Robinson Rubber stamps stencils loose 1 j ti Auk Sun about the Invitations printed or engraved for the June VUltlng cards for commence o co The Ureat facinc Tee and Coffee Company has moved to tho corner of Third and limo man agement of J ir Osage Ilomluranl who will conduct tin buslucm on sane hlghclas principle tho sumo lino of goods All the now ct and beat line of good will bo of 4 fend the public at moderato prices your orders New phone 1176 old 1179 I fI The greatest variety of typo IfI writer papers from onion skin to f heavy ledgers and In size from half letter to Sun omc- eThe George CowUng will run three excursion trips to Metro ills Sunday Juno 6 leaving Iaducah at 930 a 1Returning wll11 eno MotroK lls at 8 a m 1 p 5 p m Round trip 25 cents On these trips the colored O F win fro carried to Ilrookport i Franklin Yockey an employe of 1 the Barlow mow to tho police today that atel1 tcope contain J to or J 4 r k Those are tho things com blned with knowhow which mako the Ico creams served at 4 Icolcss as the word Is i used In connection with this fountain means the coldest possible Every portion of the fountain la reduced tq the low est by wcqolngI colisno dirty Icono chance for careless operators to per J1mgt of syrups By all means try tho now fountain youll enjoy It Im mensely t I It at Ollbertiil i r SOc I I111tA1 3colors nlmolutrly llUItellll lwCt IncIIL DfS1fHElfAHIlcmI WADWAV tOttsOts ijOALNESl r J 11Oet Katnloltors Telcphonp tt14Itlnde typewriter Homecrown ebnihaeae ffinndeylcelWVtW Coibtaullfully wedding engraveda Jarl1ronUlllltJr t- btt Telephone carrying ltillI1ttl1tgteamcfr mpntand6pm nijond Delegation complained Sound Fresh Fruits Delicious Thick Cream JmorselsJ temperature fermentation I GILBoERTStI il10ft Ing about UO worth of clothes had b Hn Btolon Tho show Is an old wagon show and has been In Paducah for two days Mlsa Ora V Leigh Is ill al the residence of Mr Cliarles Evans Twentythird street and Broadway Mr C H Yates who was InI lured at Ferguson Palmers saw mill 4s resting easy today Tho piece of saw has been located with the Xray but an operation yesterday failed to flnd It Another operation will he performed today Mallldn Cork a IZjcarold colI creel girl dlednl noon Joda at tho home of hot mother In Rowlandtown throe rate wSi reported to Coroner Frank Baker vho Is making an In o llgntlon The girl lived with her mother Mnyflcld Ilvrw Iloynl Reception to 1adurali Mmlrlnnn thf ontllOi i ddniflh4alnQn otJ1Ii cal club who wont to Mnfflold last evening to present the cnntata The Rosemalden for the joint benefit of the Mnyfleld Womans club and tho Matinee Musical club ot this city roo urncd homo this morning most en hustasllc over the gracious reception accorded them there They met a uosl beautiful hospitality big fine rod cordial on every hand Tho en tire patty wore the guests literally of tho Hotel Hall and every favor ras shown them by Mrs hell The opera house had boon beautl ugly decorated as a rose garden the ago was covered with green velvet ruga and great jardinieres ot Crlm on Rambler rotes and vases of roses m pedestals gave a charming effect The cantata was given an cnthuslm te reception both as to a crowded rouse and hearty applause A corn mittee from the May leld Woman Mub decorated the opera house and received tho guests at the opera house After the cantata an Informal re ception wagfftvon tho Paducah party tl Iho Hall Hotel and some 200 guests called Tho Paducah party returned home nl midnight altogether charmed wIth their delightful reception and stay In Mayflold Thanks ire especially duo they fool to Mrs Puller the president of the Womans iluh and Mv Hall of tho Hall Ho tel and to tho management of tho para house for many gracious favors fiscalNaval Apprentices Away San Francisco Cat Juno fFlfIccn naval apprentices who ly left Yerba Bcnea naval station luring drill returned In a cutter arly today They declared they had no Intention to desert They said hey wero angry at not being granted short leave and decided to taker few hours freedom Omego Flour 24 lb51Gol- dmedal Flour 24 IbflGranulated Sugar 18 btButchers Lard 12 We 7 pkgs Argo Starch 2Sc Lemons per doz 18c Mixed Nuts Ib tHc 15c pkg Fresh Figs be fSOCIAL CIRCLES Paducah Girl Guest at Clnrksvllle Party I Bliss Anne Morrow entertained the Friday Evening Bridge club last even- Ing at tho Morrow homo on Franklin street In honor of her attractive guest Mrs Harry Leo Koenig of Birmingham Tho reception rooms I were artistically decorated In cut flowere tho drawing room In white lilies the reception hall In crimson ramblers The llbrarji in Richmond rotes and tbo music room In red lilies There ware nine tables of bridge and after tho garnet a Ihreecpureo menu was served at th card tables The hostess and honoree wore white lin gene dresses Those present worn I The honoree Mrs Koenig Mis Maria Harrison and Edwin Carney Miss Louise Harrison and Couts Askew Miss Dudley Marable and Guthrlo I Bryant MIei Emma Foust and Matt Grace Miss Sarah Leech and Tom cetlCarneyAdolf Hach Miss Lena Morrow and Lauren Atikow Jr Miss Bessie Pick Frank Miss Nancyering and Pickering and Richard DuCnzelmannrr Mm Bcrryman and Bremen Germany Miss Bernie Beach and James Smith Mrs Ernest Elder Mrs Q II Warnckcn Mr and Mrs Howard Daniel Dr and Sirs James Whltworth sUn and Mrs John Clements Mr and Mrs E C Morrow and Miss M hel Mofrow Clatksvllle Leaf Chronicle Dimrtt at Elks Home The Elks will entertain with a dance tonight at their Home on North Fifth street It will be the first of thojsummer season and tho Blka high standard as clever ho to will be maintained The winter dances were enjoyable feoclal occasions t Plcaxant Time nt Park Misses AUce Hovlous and Irene Tighe entertained a few of their friends at tho park Inlet evening with a supper After the supper all tho park pleasures wero enjoyed and a delightful time was had Pretty Ceremony on Davis 1yPaducah chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy celebrated Davis Day by an tnturmal reception to vis lung and local Confederdloveldran- Thuraday afternoon at the Womans club house The close of hdnor was on ferred upon a number of tho veterans from Marshall county and the local camp by the Paducah chapter A substantial luncheon of coffee and san wlclleB was served by the chapter to the guests 4 Those receiving tho little Maltese I dros4whkhIs so proudly worn by every veteran bn his coat lapel from Marshall county were J P Brian Co A Third Kentucky regiment J F Eley Co 0 Third Kentucky regi ment N W Castteburg Third Kentucky regiment iH M Wade Third Kentucky regiment G N Cause Third Kentucky regiment Others were J HvCtirlor W H Carter E C Clark John Fitzgerald E Futrell C II Greeni W H HIopp J W Jenkins R J Jones It A Leper J L Matheny W J Nolan J E Pe p n J B Potts R J Robinson William Stanley II C Thompson W A Watson and James Wyatt Sam Ole Simmon of the city also received a crow In lieu of one that had been lost Informal Evening for Sunday School Class Mrs Mildred Davis CM Kentucky avenue entertained the young men of her Sundry school class and a nun ber of tholrJrlends very delightfully last cvcnlngat her horde Two guess ing contests lcasantly featured the evening The final honors were car ried oil by Mies Mattie Lou McGIath fry in a ppolllng contest partici pated In by five who had guessed all the answers successfully She was riven a pretty book Delightful Ico ream strawberries and cake were served during the evening omier Iaducnli Girl Marries in Cull forma A telegram was received this morn- Ing by Mrs Kins Brooks from San DIego Cal an cunclng the marriage If her slater Mre Calslo Q Vaughan to Mr George A Jonks a prominent real estate man of that cltj The wedding took place June 2 at 830 1 m at the homo ot the brides mother Mrs Nora 0 Goodwin Im ncdlatcly after the ceremony the t Ideal Meat Market 510512 Broad- waySaturday Specials I Imp Swiss choose lb U3c Brick Cheese lb 23 He A fresh shipment of Wm Gold steins Kosher goods cooked moats of all kinds Every thing in the grocery depart ment will bo cut under our Saturday special Remember our fancy grocery department IT IS TilE IDEAL GOCKRY OF TUB CITY Wg couple left for a trip up the coast to tho Scallle and Alaskan expos tlon sailing on the new steame The Preeldent- Mrs Jenka was formerly Miss Dalslo Goodwin a Paducah girl Bho Is an attractive young woman with many friends hero Mr Jenks Is a southerner coming from one of Ten ncnee0 beat families They will reside in Ban DIego upon thor return in a beautiful little tur galow on Golden Hill this being a gift of the bridegroom Picnic at Park- A number of young people cnjoyc a pleasant picnic supper at Wallac park on Wednesday evening The were chaperoned by Miss Emm Acker The supper was a dclighlfu affair Boating on the lake was afterward enjoyed Among those present were Misses Sallzglver Herd Myrtle Cummlng Marp Thornblll and Ruth Merrill Merer Whltc Crock ett Burnham King Warren and Speck D A IL BuMnoM Meeting With Urs Leslie Soule Tho Paducah chapter Daughter of tho American Revolution met thIs afternoon at 230 ocloc with Mrs Leslie Soule atier res fence 513 North Firth street 1 will It be a business meeting of the bapter and the program features are elimInated Mrs Henry Kamlelter and MH Lester Yates have gone to Golcond on a visit to friends Mr arid Mrs Herbert Elliott have eturnted from their bridal tolp and ire al home at Hotel Craig ofJrI Arthur E Clark hue gone to exlnglon Mm Kate Craig has returned from loonevlllo mod after a visit to ret staves Mrs M J Stafford of Memphis 1 lha Is guest of her daughter Mrs N S1 Rayburn 946 Clay street Mr William Clark went to Princeton this morning on business Mr George Langstaff returned thli morning from Chicago where be hai been on business Mr Clay Bcal of Murray was ir he city today on business Mr Lloyd Orioles of Fulton was In Paducah today Ho Is the travel ng engineer of the Tennessee dl Islon of the Illinois Central railroad Mrs E L Wilson 715 South Blov enth street returned this mornIng rom Little Rock where she has beer on a visit to relatives iMIfsVcrdlo Duncan left last nlghl or Greenville Mire to spend the summer with relatives Mr Henry Henneberger went to Cuttawa this morning on business Mrs Charles Lewis of Mayfield 1Is In the city this afternoon Qlettlng Mr Douglas Bagby IeftJoday foi Cerulean Springs to spend a few days Mr Aaron dtautson of Fulton arrived la the city this morning ot luslncts Mr Gus Covington of Mayfield Is- In tho city on business this afternoon Mr Jack Daly went to Dawson nrlngs this morning to spend two weeks Mr A C Carter went to PrInceton his morning on business Mr John D Sumner went lo Louisville this morning on business Mrs 0 B Powell 604 Broadway eft yesterday for Chicago to spend overal weeks visiting her parents Mr R L Barnett went to Prlnco ton this morning to see what arrange lents could be made to hold a big meeting of the Farmers Union July 27 Paducah Is also a candidate for he meeting Miss Gertrude Chaplin of Tack onvllle Fta who was maid of honor to Mlzs Ethel Brooks at her wedding to Mr David Koger on Tuesday left lor her home this afternoon Miss Cttampllnls popular In Paducah ihorv she has visited before Miss Alleon Caldwell of Memphis will return homo this evening attar a vlalt to Mrs John G Brooke 317 North Seventh street Miss Caldwell was an attendant at BrooksKoger redding and an attractive visitor hore Mr and Mrs Michael Conroy and Ittle daughter of Little Rock Ark are visiting the family of Mr W A tellam of Broad street Mrs Otho Powell 504 Broadway haa gone to Chicago to visit Miss Mattloi Lou McGlathery 23C North Seventh street will leave Mon ay for Memphis Tenn whore sho- will visit her cousin Mrs Harry Campbell for several weeks Miss Grace Yarbrough 191fi Broad beet has returned from Danville here the attended the School for tho Deaf the past year Mrs O F Sugg of Huntsvlllo Ala will arIve tomorrow night on a visit to her sister Mrs T J Moore 607 North Sixth street Mr P M Rico returned from ChI- cago this morning after a trip on uslnesp The Rev G T Sullivan returned usband Is dying from consumption rhere he was one of the speakers af an Educational Rally of the Mon phIs conference Dr Sullivan a Ived homo 111 and Is confined to his bed but is some better this after oonxNt Miss Lucille Watts of South Third treat will leave Sunday for DetroIt Juffalo and New York on a two weeks Iripi AcronnutH Prejiarp to Float Indianapolis June4Fearing hey may be compelled to land In ono of the great lakes aeronauts In the alloon races to be fid here tomorrow will encircle the baskets with tire rubbertubes made of Inner bleb Tvlll Innate In cue they land I rut the taslrotIn water UterI oow and the tube will keep the IIbalke afloat r NEWSS OF COURTS In Circuit Court Tomorrow will bo tho last day for tho uso of the Juries and after tomorrows docket is dbposcd of the Jurors will to discharged The equity docket will be taken up next TIt Is sceston of court has moved smoothl and there wero only a few cases continued A verdict for J221G2 was returned In tho case of W A Word again tho Citizens Life Insurance comp On poremptbryi instructions a vet dirt for tho defendant was returned In the taro of Ed Bumpous ogalm the Illinois Central railroad The docket for tomorrow Is P D Fitzpatrick against Mrs Edmurt P Noble executrix Edgar Egbcj t Holt against Louis Bell Holt The caee of J W Puckett again R E Keoler was dismissed wlthot prejudice Suits Flied In County Court W M Husbands state revenue agent flied suit against F ScltK or the failure to list 1700 since 1901 Seltz has a note from the county lor 1700 and last Tuesday It was renewed by the fiscal court The 20 per cent penalty is sued for Police Court Only two plain drunks were on the docket title morning for Judge Cross George liens and Jim Porlcons fined H and costa eac- hHOTEL ARRIVALS Palmer Baxter Wooldrldgo Memphis P H Krebs Loulsvlllo J A Smedley Cincinnati C J Plntnr St Louis H D Gordon Owentbori W W Moore Union City J B Gra Louisville N F Dortch HopkinS villa John II Curry Harrodiburg- BelvedereTV A Hundley Carbondale J C iII Oobb W J Bradle Chicago L A Lynch Cairo A W King Louisville M D Houck Omaha L L Lewis Mayfield n Jeffei son Hall Memphis Will T Wroj Bardwell R C Ellis Louisville New Richmond W E Wombl Loulsvlllo Robert Johnson Tolu 0 H Adams Cadiz M B Tapp Wood vllle R L Nelson Lamont L Thomas Melber E Palmer Chlcag John Grady Gllbertsvllle C W Wad- dell I Rogers C L Ferguson St LouisPUBLIC HEALTH CANNOT WAIT OX RED TAPK I Madison Wis June 4The eu promo court decided that a city coun ell may vest the health commissIoner of a city with power to revoke the llccnt es of milk dealers It says Public health cannot watt upon tho slow processes of a legislative body and adds there IIs nothing of greate importance Totaling to the food sup ply of a great city than that the mill l supply rboud be pure and wholesome The Millionaire Tramp New York Juno fUnshaven and tattered James Eads Howe of St Louis millionaire tramp who Is conducting a free employment bu reau for men in distress was discharged In court today charged with disorderly conduct Ho was making a speech discouraging men fron applying for Job as strlko breakers In Philadelphia and was arrested for not moving on I Cotton Report Washington June 4rThe cotton crop report of the department of ai Iculturo made public today make tho area of cotton planted or expect ed to be planted In 1909 Is about 9CI of the area last year it decreased l542fl 0tacrrgT o condition ok the growing crop May 25 was 811 per cent of normal condition compared with 797 last year Sennto Stirred Again Washington June 4 tafollettos resolution asking the state depart tent to submit all correspondence Involved In eecurlne a statement from lermany caused another flurry In the senate today Senator Smith of HcWgau assailed tho contribution of the Augsburg chamber of commerce to that statement Ho denounced the eforence to the standard of living In hie country ns voluntary imperil one I Chicago June 4A blpartlsan ebauch Is the title of a sensational rlfcle In todays Issue of the National Prohibitionist charging the I Illnols legislature with closing tho esslon Sunday morning with a drunk n carouse Charges are made that booze was brought into the corn iltteo rooms and dispensed to all comers WANTED I First dats blacksmith Must know ApplFpany Princeton Ky I I I Tho Sun Editorial room Phones Oid 337 new 358 Anyone hav tog news Items please call above num ors IrsELeeKansas City Js citing Mr 521 Clark streetii I PUBLIC DANC- ETONIOUT Wallace Park Pavilion HARTS KITS KOINT The bin cut In prices for tho cash Hart is making means immense savings for you t s r i t t Jumping Ropes 5c Jumping Ropes 8c Sand Bucket and Shovel Be Childrens Garden SetlOe Garden TrowelsGc100 Marbles 4c All Steel HandCars 9 100 Screen Door Springs So 900 Lawn Swings776 600 Lawn Swingst06- be Coat Hangers 80 lOc Pants Hangers 8c a TRY HART AND SAVE MONEY GEO 0 HART SONS CO 1 I IJnrorporae WANT ADS EIGHT horse motor tor sale cheapI at The Sun office FOR SALE Horse adsdrrey Phone 132rJ- URNISHED front room tor rent 332 North Sixth FOR SALEBarber fixtures Phon 222 FOR RENTModern flveroo house 1048 Monroe WANTED Horto to keep for his feed Address Horse for Sun FOR tiALEA good family carrlag Inquire at Sun office FOR RENT Apollo piano player Ring either phone 26 NEWLY furnished rooms for rent Old phone 1214a i FOR RENT Apartment In Hecht flats 511 Adams street WIDEAWAKE Pressing club GOl Trimble Phone 1269a HAIR GOODS made to order Louvenla Miller Old phone 374a FOR KENT Tho hotel at Norton vlllo Apply to F M Fisher for In formation CHERRIES for sale wholesale or retail Call during dayi old Phone 1138a or 2673 from 6 to 8 p m FOR RENT Five room cottage 321 Madison street Apply 325 Mad liron street J E MORGAN Horse shoeing general repairing rubber tires 408 South Third street I MONEY To lend on real estate or real estate notes See L D Sanders 100102 Fratttnlty Building I FLAT FOR RENT 1440 Broadway Sea L D Sanders 100 Fraternity Bldg IF YOU WANT finest post card made in city go to Hunts 112 South Third I FUEiNISHED ROOMS Large light All modern conveniences Mrs Woolfolk4Q8 Washington I LOST Bunch of keys between 19th and 25th on Harrison Return lo this office and receive reward A RELIABLE female nurse offers her services References given Call old phone 1886 VISIT Buchanans short order restaurant Open day and night 219 Kentucky avenue WIRE screening carpenter work furniture repairing done promptly Charges reasonable C Budesman Old phone 1018 r WArEDTo buy two good horses 15 Ya to 16 hands high Apply rt once F N Gardner Jr Co 114 llG South Third etreet J BAMBERGER has removed his place of business to Fifth and Jeffer tOn and IB now prepared to repair urnlture a ron RENTTwo nice rooms urnlthcd or unfurnished at 938 offerson street Geqllemon pro fcrredWATEDSollcltors and colloc ors willing to work and capable of quIck promotion 307 Kentucky venuebi oOur Illustrated catalogue xplalns bow wo teach barber trade In few weeks mailed free Moler lather College St Louis Mo WST Amethyst ring Saturday fternoon E P to M L O engraved on inside Finder please return to this office 5 reward LITTLES Steam Dye Works 124 North Fifth street Old phono 959r team and dry cleaning Dyeing a specIalty All work guaranteed FOR RENT Second floor apartment In Sans Souci apartments team heated Apply to W E Cochran BRAIDS Pompadours curls witches made to order from cut haIr or combings Addle Core 812 Caldwell street Old phono 1098 COUNTER and partition for saleThe ono formerly used In the Register files in good condition Price 10- The Sup once- 1VAMTEDPosition by young idy as bookkeeper assistant bookkeeper 1 or cashier Address F J care 8aa 90c Handled Axes 7c 125 Curtain Stretchers sje 2 qt Freezers IIII23 3 qtsFreezers1is0 4 qt Freezers171S12- 1i Ironing Stand DOc 30c Tlnners Snips tlic 60c Hand Saws83c75c Hand Saws50c6- 5c Hatchets SOc 150 Braces DOe 125 Set Auger BitsS5c hl WE WASH lace curtains very care tullOet them cleaner and whiter than you could at home star Laundry Phone 200- UMBRELLAS Recovered andrO paired Residence calls and delta cry Cheaper than the rest J R Robertson 217 South Seventh St WANTED You to set our props sltlon We sell diamonds on easy payments Eye See Jewelry Co 315 Broadway WANTEDWe put new covers on umbrellas while you watt Large stock of umbrellas EyeSee Jewelry Co 315 Broadway COTTAGE house for rent 1224 N 13th St with several rooms front back and side porches Apply 11Q4 N 12th for further Information YOUR LACE curtain need clean Ing You will make no mistake in sending them to the Star Laundry Phone 200 i PRESSING CLUB membership nper month Clothes called for and delivered Jas Duffy Old phone 338aj qJ FOR RENT Apartment In the Buckner Flats Possession givenim mediately Apply Roy Dawson J Ai Rudy Son- sFOR SALE At hargalns one each Remington Smith Premier and Oliver typewriters May c Starks Old phone 5C2r Room lOG Truehart Building F nRENTThree furn shed rooms for housekeeping central loca ion hot bath gas good neighborhood and cheap rent to right party Call 465r old phone WANTEDAn Intelligent Indust rlous lady as partner In business that paid tOO In five weeks For partlc ulars call 416 South Eighth street between 12 and 2 oclockYL- ADn SOur catalogue explains how we leach hair dressing manicur ing facial niaEsagetfltc In few weeks mailed free Molar College St Louis Mo 100 ACRE PASTUREWantO 100 head of horses and cattle to pasture at 100 per month Abundanc of water and plenty of grass for them to eat 1 M RIckman 825 South Third Street Old phone 640 WE STARCH lace curtains lust the degree of stiffness that makes them hang nicely and dry them upon frames that make them square and stretch thorn smooth and even Star Laundry Phone 200 TO THE PEOPLE OF PADUCAH Do not forget wo are still doing business In Paducah Estimates will bo cheerfully furnished on concrete and brick work by calling phone No 490 or coming In person to room No 401 Fraternity Bldg Contractor WeIkelLADIES and Gentlemen Straw end Panama Hats cleaned by Victor hamplon Straw Hat Cleaner Bec end year la Paducah Satisfaction guaranteed Both phone 915 408 H iroadway FOR RENT OR SALEOn easy laymonls nice four and sixroom cottage Locallon cheerful highest part or Bridge street Convenient near Ig factories profitable Value sure to Increase See Hogans grocery 122 Kentucky avenue SUMMER BOAlKOERS WANTED ted Sulphur Springs Term a puce f natural beauty healthy good hotel lIe1Lr Tennessee river Round trip on pat 8 Hotel rates fromH to 10 per week Fine place ror vacations For particulars write O W Crespo manager Red Sulphur Springs Teen or Edgar W Whllt more Padncah Kor TRY AIRSHIP SECRETLY Victoria B C Juno 4dThose- t trials of airships and aeroplanes In Northern Japan have demonstrated that guns and heavy loads can be arrled was the story brought dar- by the steamer Monteaglo It was laid that tho Japanese have Invented an airship destroyer fitted with shells thaL explode on contact with another airship S Z HOLLAND MI D Rooms 209311 Fraternity Bid With Dr Rivers Special attention to obstatrlcs and disease of women IJoth phones 365 Res Old P 1C44 P F II Ail t THE PABUOAH EVENING SUIT KMJUV 911 ih Ir I jf 1FIWVMANsI r llTi i I 1 1 suffering as numbers ha- vetltestificdt and said it is worth goldjf luc roe boltla of drararirt nook 4 ut Tftluabl Inroraullon nulled fm THE BEADFIELD REGULATOR CO p t Atlanta Ga t STILL MISSING t c j J toJN WHO WAS KIDVAPKD1 1JY MYSTKItlOUS PKUSOV f iiPt tiInczKy Juno 4 Tho fato of FI FIJaspet Crum who n few nights ago t tWIlScompelled by a strange woman or ah sumo people believe a man dlsiulsed In female garb to leave bib home is still a mystery Ii 7 Time mysterious person forced Qnim to accompany her Into tho K Knountlln fastnesses between Dig J f Elk nnd Warllold No trace ot r Crum or the mysterious person has ns yet been discovered although many farmers have abandoned their h crops and Joined In search of Many surmlso that they themIII Kermit W V nnd there caught tho Norfolk nnd Western night express Acting on this theory Ururas Broth er with five companions have gone to tlio Upper Dig Sandy coal Holds to search for the missing man tiArigid Investigation was made to to find out whether Crum had i been corresponding with ifti un known woman as it was alleged by the kidnaper that Crum had been writing to her It Is now thought j e Personal AttentionI Given to HorseShooing by practical mechanic ot 14 years experience C J BALLOWE Rubber Tires PHH 7M 38 JtfltriM IvI Oh How Good Stutz Ice Cream Soda Dispensed with cato and complying with pure food law to their increasing patrons a variety of creams and sher bets the best that money and skill can produce Delivered to any part of city any l qnantily Candies made fresh daily and delici- ousSTUTZS COLUMBIA KILLTHECOUCH PURETLUNGS 0 IFOR DBKIJlGsl tOUGHS OLDS O bOsSL00V- IALlomt iAlr sINPALLTMROATAo LUNG TROUBLLS GUARANTEED SATlSfACTORY OR MONEY KtfttNDfO Now for nat New Set of Harness Let us show you our patent harness It wears like a pigs nose Wo give special attention to repairing washing and Wag harness and carry a full lino of burse collars banes chains whips sponges chamois skins 4curry combs brushes lap dusters fly nets and everything In tbo harness lint The Alei Kelp Bifgr AHIanns Ca- Iacarpon1t I fit TtW ttt Htatkj Miles tilf 1I Is to love children and no home on be happy without them yet the ordeal through which passpw rd to the hour wlthapnre partiesitlttifr lhlorllsf KEwUxsconar sr iby Crutnq friends that a malo enemy of his planned tho method employed to decoy Mr Crum to tho mountains to murder him No reply from any or the telegrams sent out from hero has been received Mrs Crum Is still Buffering from dementia It Is probable that sho nay havo to bo confined In tho asylum If her husband Is never found Mrs Crum was Miss Lucretia Din gus n cousin to State Senator Din gus of Prcstonsburg and Police Judgo M C Dingus of this place t Xooklng Ones lktIIts a womans delight to look her t boat but pimples skin eruptions f sores and boNs rob lIfo or joy Up ton DuckHms Arnica Salvo cures them makes the skin sort and vel vety It glorifIes tho face Cures PJmples Sore E cICQJd Sore Cracked Lips Qbapped Hands Try I it Infallible for Piles 2Cc at all I druggists I 1II henfsOut cast ot turkoy gobbler elttlng cnntontodly on a billII bunch of oggfi with good prospects I The ownor was unable to get a tur key hon to do the mothering to he I Secured tho gobbler To make the I gobbler contont the owner is serving t him with a ration of whisky soaked I corn keeping tho gobbler so jagged that he is unable to walk off and t I correIiopndence I Dont Starve Your Hair to Death IparentlyI Slowly StarvingII to DeathIJHair mast have sulphur or When the blood fails to dieII sulphur in sufficient quantities theiiI hair losea color dies and falls out- Wheb this condition begins do not delay in order to live hair must have sulphur and the only combina tlon containing sulphur that the roots of the hair will absorb ia IIj It will stop falling Tialr will re store hair to its natural colorwill remove dandruff in three days It j is the finest hair dressing made because It makes the hair soft glossy and beautiful and it is not sticky or greasy PRICE 50c and SlM At All Druggist If your druggist does not keep Itjj send SOc In stamps and we will send I you a large bottle express prepaid t Wyeth Chemical Co I 74 Cortlaadt Sl1cetrNEW YORK NY j I For sale and recommended by I W J GIUJKItT SlKClAIi AGHNX t Iiigoodf Iii i 1ule1 I I I unrtorm Which is not the case with a wood or coalstove and you can raise or lower the flame as you please which of course is impossible on any other kindof cook stove To make a fire you simply turn on the matchTothe gas COOK WITH GAS Paducah Light Power Co- 1eorporated PRESBYTERIANS TO HOLD COHPBRENC Every Five Years They Conc Together Thus This Month Will StO Great Oilvnn idle Gnfliiilng Prom All Parts of World SOME PltOMIMJXT SPKAKKItS Onto every five years the official representatives of the Presbyterian and Refurned church of the world meet In convention The ninth council of Tho Alliance of tho Ho formed Churches Throughout tho World Holding tho Presbyterian System will bo called to order In tho Marble Collcglato church New York Fucsday looming Juno 16 Although tho number of accredited delegates Is limited to 330 tho per ionnol of tho gathering will embrace lomo of tho most distinguished time iloglans and ecclesiastics In tho world Tho constituency represent- edl Is enormous6 continents 90 separate denominations nnd 21000 100 mombors Already some of tho lotablo foreign delegates have reached this country and are travel ng for purposes of sightseeing and ipccchmaklng In somo particulars this Is the uost Important of tho nlno gatherings of tho PanPrcsbytorlan Alliance as It Is called for short This cis owing tl tho Important move uents for union that have lately taken placo or are pending In the Presbyterian world to tho cxtrnor Unary theological unrest of the day to tho changing fields nnd methods of tho churches to tho widened hor zon of Christianity as represented by the modern missionary propaganda and to tho fact that this rear marks tho four hundredth an ilversary of the birth of John Cal vin tho founder of tho Presbyterian md Reformed demonstrations Tho eleven days that the council will be in session wilt bo crowded full of addresses and discussions Sew York a Presbyterian Mecca Tho eye of Interested Prcsbytorl tns tho world around will bo upon Sew York during this gathering which Is of far greater significance than the meetings of tho various Presbyterian General Assemblies which aro just now being reported- in tho news dispatches Tho ablest minds In ninety denominations will onsldcr the foremost religious themes of the times both practical and theological For the tlmo New York will bo tho words Presbyterl m capital as Genova was In Calvins Say The internationalism of the gathering is Indicated by tho names if tho titles whore the previous ounclls have metLondon 1875 Edinburgh 1877 Philadelphia 1880 Belfast 1884 London 1888 Toronto 1892 Glasgow 189C Washington 1899 Liverpool 1904 This meeting has no legislative functions but whatever It recommends Is likely to bo enacted Into church law by tho courts of tho scp irate denominations As a shaper of religious thought though Its Influ ence Is very great Aside from the iffoct producvd directly by the addresses and discussions there will be mho Indirect results from tho publication of time proceedings In a vol mime and tho repetition of tho utterances of tho council In tho reviews md religious weeklies Tho theological seminaries and tho alert preachers watch carefully for tho ex rcsslons of tho religious leaders upon such significant occasions as this Since many of tho topics are rnnkly concerned with tho burning bcloglcal and practical problems of limo day tho output of tho council speakers should reach far Now York Is tho center of nn Influential Presbyterian constituency with nt cast threo Important theological Binaries nearby Kinlnciit Foreign Delegates Names that aro familiar on both lidos of tho water are Included in tlw list of between fifty and sixty orclgji delegates who havo been sent to represent their denominations nt rho council Tho president or tho ouncll Is nor Dr J Oswpld Dykes irlnclpal of tho Theological College Cambridge England Rev Dr James Stalker of Edinburgh tho famous author has already landed Prof Georgo Adam Smith tho commontn or authority on the Holy Land pod Biographer of Henry Drummond Is expected Tho Lord Mayor ofj31as gow Sir Samuel Chlsholm Is to do liver an address as Is also tho tarn ous surgeon Sir Alexander Simpson of Edinburgh An effort was made to have Sir Andrew Fraser Lieu tenantGovernor of Bengal and Moderator of the Presbyterian church of India who was recently In this country to remain but ho was obliged to return to England Ono of tho foremost champions of tho conservative theological position Rev Jumos Orr of Scotland Is also on tho programme Rev Dr Laws Moderator of tho United Free church of Scotland Rev Dr Marallster of Cambridge Rev Charles Merino DAublgne of Paris and Rev Churn tier of Italy are other speakers an nounced The full list of foreign participants In time program cannot be announced uutll the cwtury J IJl t OWES 1 1aoLIFE TO Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound VionnaIV VaIfeel tbnthnye thelast ten years or mp Ilfo to Lrda tblett Compound Eleven years ago I was a walking shadow Ihad been under the doctors- carebutgotnnrellef My husband per suaded mo to try Vegetable Com pound nOlli tworked like a charm It relieved all my pales d misery 1 advise nil suffering omen to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound MnAtMMA WUEATOi Vienna W Va Lydia Eo Plukhams Vegetable Compound made from natvo roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs and the record tor the largest number of actual cures or female diseasesof my similar medl clno In the country and thousands ot voluntary testimonials are on file tn tho Pinkuam laboratory at Lynn Mass from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints Inflammation til ccratlondlsplaccmcntsilbrold tumors Irregularities periodic pains backache Indigestion and nervous prostration Every such suffering woman lawra it to herself to rive Lydia K llnkhama Vegetable Compound a trial Ir you would like special advice about your cuso wrlto u conllucn tlnl letter to Mrs IMitklmui nt Lynn Mass Her ndvlco Is free and always helpful Rev George D Mathews arrives from Scotland next week Ainorlrnns to tho Fore It is natural for tho country In which these great PanPresbyterian councils meet to furnish tho bulk of tho speakers as well as of delegates Tho actual voting members are de termined on a pro ruta basis but tho attendance Is by no means limited to those Tho afternoon and evening sessions will partake of the nature of massmeetings and It Is expected that many visitors will bo attracted from wldvysoparatod parts of tho countryAmericans and Canadians whoso names appear on tho program repre sent all parts of tho continent and all shades of theological opinion Among thom are ROT James D MoffaltTJ D president of Washing on nnd Uoffcrson College Rov Dav id J Harwell DO pastor of Marble Collegfato church New York and chairman of tho committee of ar rangetnontsj Rpv Samuel L Smith D D of the Columbia 8 C Theo logical seminary Rov James I Good Dw D of tho Gorman Reform ed Theological Seminary Philadel phia Rev William S McKlbbcn D IU of Lane Theological Seminary Cincinnati Rev Rufus W Miller D IX of the German Reformed Sunday school board and founder of the rrothjrhooi of Andrew and Philip Gen Ralph Earl Prime of Yonkers Prof IL it Warficld of Princeton Rev Dr James L Vance of Newark ABSOLUTE CURE OF SKIN ERUPTIONB- roke f Out on Hips and LegsWas- So Sore Irritating and Painful that Little Sufferer Could Not Sleep Scratched Constantly and Kept Growing Worse I CUTICURAS EFFECT QUICK AND PERMANENT I When about two and a half ynara old my daughter broko out on her hips and HIOUPIHT part of her legs with a- very IrritatIng and PAinful eruption ItWean in October the tout 1 notion was a little red turfaco and a corutant de lru on her part to scratch her limbs She could not sleep and tho eruptions got sore and yellow water came out of themII had two doctors treat her but ilio grow worse under their Irontmpnt Then bought the Cutlcura Soap Cutl curs Ointment and Cutioura Itesolvrnt and only utMJd them two weeks when she was entirely well This was In Fcbni ary She has never had another rough plum on her akin and she lII now fourteen yenra old I used only half tho bottle of Ctitlciira llrsolvpnt and liws than o box of Cuticuro Ointment Mrs It It Whltakcr Winchester Twin Bcpt 22 1008 I WOMEN Everywhere Use Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment- For prtScrvlnirI purifying and beautify lag the skin for cleansing the scalp of IJandruOand falling hair for toftmlng whitening arid soothing rod rough and sore hinds for annoying Irrita f lions and ulcoratlve weaknesses and for many sanative anti i will JUllor all tho cues Ihofullct bath and nUnlcryof- as wedand beteed n1l80lutl11 puro may from till hOllr of tllrlh- tI ioErrpor ntun 5U0 IINh the akin teniknnlnaotel15etl term t len4au fIOlpurlf the auIbO4 lookruelaeutr WOid yee irUruc t Chen l PtnWrPTn5ae4 Hev Dr Thoron II Rico of Union Theological Seminary Richmond Va Rev Dr Joseph Wilson Coch ran secreary of tho Presbyterian PhliadolphiaRoy ogist of rhllndcluhlaj Itov Dr Sam eel AL Zwcmcr of Arabia thb lend Ing authority on Mohammedanism Rev Dr Wallace Radclltfo of Wash Ington Rev William n Richards ol New York Rev Dr William II Roberts stilted clerk of tho Northern Presbyterian general assembly Rev D P Maglll stated clerk of the United Presbyterian general assem bly Rov Frederick 11 DuVnl D D oxModerator of tho Presbyterian church IU Canada Rev Dr Conrad Clever novo Charles L Thompson of New York Rev Dr John Somor villo of Montreal Rov J Preston lcarle D D of tho Dutch Reformed Theological Seminary Now lining wick N J Rov Dr D Stuart Dodge Rev J Ross Stevenson D nO of New York and Rov Ira Land rlth of Nashville Knotty Program Topics Calvin celebration havo been limo vogue lately In every direction both In this country and abroad but It Is reserved for this PanPresbyterian council to do honor to tho memory of tho great Ocncvnn In adequate and comprehensive fashion If there is any aspect of heaven or earth that Calvanlsm may bo said to touch this program Includes It for wo days aro to ho given over to addresses upon the man fo whom tho Presby terian and Reformed churches chiefly owo their genius It was oven announced on tho earliest copies of tho program that there would bo nn address upon Calvnulsm and tho Salvation ot Infants but that topic was later altered to ono moro gen oral Apparently though Iho most delicate nnd difficult questions in connection with tho reformers history are not to bo blinked for n New York lawyer Is to soak upon Calvin anti time Case of Scrvetns Tho questions about which nre raging tho hottest theological con troversies of tho day aura to bo do bated nt tho council Thus ad dresses aro announced upo Our Lords PreKxlstence Our Lords Virgin Illrth Our Lords Resurrec thou Tho Newer Phases of Theo loiriml Training Tho Recent Tes timony of Archaeology to tho Scrip burrs and The Development of tho Higher Criticism Since tho Last Council With equal candor tho delicate social questions of tho hour are met and the council will give considera lion to marriage and dlvorco tem perance Sunday observance Immi gration church union and tho rein tion of tho church to tho public schoolIn sharp contrast with tho groat mussconventions which are so popu lar with tho church people of Amer ica this ono makes Ao bill for tho attendance of tho crowds but probably what it says next month the church crowds will bo saying n year hence For this Is a conference of tho moulders of religious thought TUB RELIGIOUS RAMBLER Rlrli Mens OlftM Arc Poor beside this I want to go on record as saying that I rogard Electric Bitters as ono of tho greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs O Rhlnovault of Vestal Center N Y I can never forget what It has done for me This glorious medi cine gives a woman buoyant spirits vigor of body and Jubilant health It quickly euros Nervousness Sleepless tress Melancholy Headache Hack ache Fainting and Dizzy Spoils soon builds up the weak ailing and sickly Try thvlii uOc ut all druggist HEIR TO ESTATE DUNCAN H COOIEll LEFT IllOP KIITV Ill IlllOTIIKIt Man Convicted An Accomplice In Carrnark Munlrr Gets Neat Income New York Juno 4Duncan B Cooper wimp with his son Rubin J was conylctcdfof tho munjcr ot for mer Senator B W Jnrmnck In Nashville Tenn Is ono of time heirs of limo residuary estate of his broth er Judgo William II Cooper Tho contents of tho will appeared today when Edmund Cooper tho executor applied Pttho Surrogates office In this county for ancillary letters tea tamentary Judge Cooper who had for a good many years lived In this city died on May 7 Ills estate Is valued at largeljnegroes who were onco slaves on tho Cooper plantation G T Colt EI brldgo Cooper mid his wife and hooker Cooper ho leaves andultlos of J200 each Tho will leaves 26000 to tho children of Mary Sanson n sister Time residue goes to five sisters and throa brothers and tho children of n deceased sister share alike Dun cans share Is to bo In trust for tho benefit of himself and his family for life and to go to his wlfo and children upon his death Provision Is made against tho money being at Itached In any way for dcbts of his brother Tho will was dated July 4 1890Among othnr papers filed with the Surrogate was an pffldavlt macho In jail by Robin Cooper son of Duncan This affidavit Is merely aII legal form Stuck o- nIndependent Ice I wh- yTheres No Taste of Ammonia Independent Ice and Coal Co II T Vegel rhoHcs 1114 ManagerlThe Blue iLive and Let U fjy 1 rCity Transfer Co C 1All1 1i i and Washington Streetf1 t Warehouse for Storage I Both Phone 499tt l r DONoiI TIJJ That we will launder your linen m t A manner that will do you proud i 3 nut onlyI ono time but every UrnsII not ono week but every wook ot the fiftytwo To make ours though try 11orwork because wo can do It right W f do carpet cleaning too Oat our prices Ji tKKW CITY LAUNIHW ileac 1St j l A BOOK SALE OF UNUSUAL 11POITANCB On our book shelves will bo found tho mutest extensive anti rnm prehitulvc list of copyright fictions over brought to Paducnh It Is tho result of tho most careful nnd painstaking effort on our part to supply our friends with all that Is good In recent fictions at a t minimum outlay Look over our list carefully and nffto tho names of author of worldwide popularity following one another In rApid surcoiwlon They nro full library size well printed on excellent paper most of thom are Illustrated sonic with the llnoat color work and all are attractively bound In cloth In the very best lunuttcr known to limo trade Roberta of Bunnybrook Farm I f A8cINgtjra Tbij Crpwiup and 300 othuu pur special pricet it II D E 1 The Beokand- Music Man I ULLPERSe1 i Best Carriage li Paducah got handsome well carriages 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experlorrco of Captain Charles do p Chandler and Plr t Lieutenant James V Ware who narrowly escaped los- Ing their WVOB by tho oxploslon of army balloon No 12 near Fort Omaha recently Is trying to dovliso some moans of preventing similar ac cWenU by the dlechnrgo of static electricity os tho aerial vreeels come In contact with tho onrlhICaptain Chandler report the department suggests that before making a landing oipoclally with balloons having silk 0nolopC4 they IM maintained at a low altitude as long an posBihta beforo touching the earth so that any electricity they may hova accumulatod may 4x dlbtsi Valet Ho recommends olIO that n loop of light vvlro bo caught around toolguidenl to earth at a enfo distance below the Inflammablo fag Captain Chandler in his report saysAfter pacing ovor Homer Nabi the coureo loon cnrrlwl tho balloon obmr of tho rnutli ground and over the flat lowland plaiim of the MlaI souri river vallejn The valve wo- Iolelltll at a holght of SMS rent and to make a landing llCelllleIdirectly ahead of ue Wlrilo descending the rip cord was taken out of Its sack and hUD UleIbut just M the guldo rope neared the ground tho end fouled around a telngrapb or tolephono line and atop pd the balloon with a Jerk whteh threw me off my feet and also threw the rtp cord out beyond roaeh from the oar The guide ropo soon re VM d Itself end the anchor WAV dropped It bounded along the ground across a nail field and eauitht In a wire fence The valve was opened before catching the fence and was hold open The force of the wind was sufficient to brook the appandlx ropes which allowed the balloon to ixracbule hilt the nncanr belt and very soon il 1 noticed that almost halt the gas was out While In this iltuatlon the car settled down gontly to tho ground twice rMng a few feet again oath tear bttt the gas bas did not get near UK around until after the car picket up the sfecand time then a gust of wind swung tho half empty envelope down toward the ground and the gas exploded and burned Tho report was heard several miles The forco of the explosion broke tho loading Tins into threo parte roro tho balloon Into plews cud broke tho valvo and many or the ropes near tho loading ring The explosion ignited tho envelope and It was completely consumed to gether with most of tho not ht the time of tho explosion of the RRH Lieutenant Waro and I worn down low In the car holding the valve apes nnd thereby protected wine what from the flame but tho force was safnclen 4o kno k us nnd Ijh di cart over + ref aiding fqrfQVoral brnlwM tt on eadi of UB tho most wrioua being entail cuts on tho forehead and around tho eye of Lieutenant Ware lieutenant Waro was faring tho bag Tho back of mv head struck something find stunned me but I regained consciousness In a tow mo menta wltllllUllll16Slnncc The tsjnltlon of the gas was probably caused by a static discharge between the balloon and the earth as soon ns the envelope came near tho ground evoral casoH of Ignition front tilts cause have been rejiprted In Europo Tho envelope of balloon No J12 wal made of silk and rubber fabric nnd at 3000 feet altitude might limo acquired a static charge of electricity of different potential than tho earth retaining It during tho rapid doscinit or perhaps tho charge was acquired on account of the friction of the nlr 1111 nit the silk during tho rapid descent There woro no other vooplo wftjiln 7f yards cf the balloon at the tlmo of the ex plosion and It K not apparent how tho gas could have Ignited from any other cnuso than an electric park There wero no flint rocks stones metal or timber where the bag ex ploded therefore It was impossible to have roculvod a spark from friction of two bpjloa striking together- Marksnlanahlp Energetic measures taken Tjy the military authorities to Improvo the marksmanship of time eoldlcra of the United States army havo produced gratifying results during tho target s uon of 1908 according Yo the tab elated reports which have Just been Issued by limo war department Upon tho basis of tho scores made tho number of enltatid mon and officers who havo qualified as export riflemen baa been Increased by 313 the num ber of sharpshooters by 2131 and the number of marksmen by 310 At the same time the scores made by tho company wid roslmcnlrU tcam worn Best Stasnaefs Remedy Free It fis an old saying that if the atom ach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis producesbiliousness It yoU surfer from both stomach trouble and constipation you aro on the to avery serious disease From just such con ditions coma appendicitis rheumatism skin diseases and similar disorders be cnuto the waste matter that should have been dispelled from the system through thebloodthis point Is not simply a violent cathartics tablet or salt which usually does moro harm than Rood but a penile laxative tons like Dr daldwella Syrup Iepsln which people havo Bern using for these ailments for nearly n quarter of a cen tury It cured J C Lanham of War Mo of stomach trouble of lonestanding also WllUam Voll of 903 Ellis son St Louisville ICy who had tho trouble for fifteen years However If you havo stomach trouble you want to know from personal experience what Dr CaldvyelV Syrup Pepsin will do for you If so send your name to the doctor and a tree trial bottlo will be sent you You aro urged to send for the free bottle as the results from It will be tho best recommendation of Dr Cain weirs Syrup Pepsin Then you will do as over two million people dill last yearIto your druggist and buy IJ reeflar bottle I IlzoItaking Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service Tho address Is Dr W D Caldwell COT Caldwell tide Uontlc Uo Ill 18QlIOnThe reglmenta record for the year was made by tho Thirteenth infantry with tine Seventeenth Infantry second and the Seventh Infantry third Com jiAlrIy p of the Fifteenth infantry mada the highest WkB of companies Company F of UlulvenU1 was sec ond and Company XOf the Thir tteenth third The department of CUfonla wits first In Its classification time cola rado second and the gulf third The lbeet record attained wa that made tjy the sendentlc staff of th9 MHIUyy awdomy at Vfest Point tho cadets of the first cltin making tho high score Their record ws1 Minor thou that of the winning company of the entire army Hliing for in Years by Indigestions patl lcs trying many doctors and 20000 worth of media else In vain n V Aypeue of Ingle tide N C at last used Dr Kings New Ute Pills and writes they wholly cured kim They cure Consti pation Ulllou noB Sick Headache atomnch Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c at all drugglete 1 CUT RATE PLANT SALE Beginning April 19th we will sell at retail all bedding plants at whole laic prices lOo Plants for 6e 60 Plants for 3C- l B4tII I A POOucafi Ky I STEAMER BUTTROFF FT DONALDSON ROUTE Excursion Season NowOn Leaves every Saturday and Tuesday at G p ml Nashville every Friday and Monday at 1 pm D D ATCHISSON ARt Old phone 2777 ra = 4w FRESH LIMES TODAY Dig shlpmt nt of this delicious citrus fruit game infloday Most peopli likeI llracado bettor than lemonade It has a piquant IIIrI1vour which Is thoroiiKlily delicious Probably you cant get tho fruit elBowherr werealwaye1flrat- you know This In tin ram of tho sea son for all sorts of fruits too wa are show me some teiuptlnB big blink rimrrlos sugar t sweet OIMTIFIS nnd Oilier choke 1111If onVtt lost your appsdro l fn tonight guarant i to IfUB It back LOUIS CAPORAL 331 Broadway Both Phones ww ysgenra I J OPTION KILLER LIES IN ITS GRAVE Loses Out in Hottest Fight in Illinois General Assembly iinucolI Senate Decides to Leave All llllli Xoti In Confirenco on Table Conference u AXTICIOAllKTTRi niLTt IS OUT Springfield 111 June 4Errortll of the liquor Interests to resurrect from the lend the tocalled local option killer tailed absolutoly In tho son ate and tho measures sarcophagus was sealed when tho senate adopted tho motion of Sonator Dunlap of Champaign county that all hotffeo bills not In conference lie upon time table Thus ends one of tho most remarkable fights of the fortysixth Illinois general assembly with the friends of the township local option law elated Consoling Themselves The liquor Interests aro consoling themselves that they put the antilocal option bill through tho houco and had nearly enough votes In the eonato They claimed they load twontyolght votes and moro than a constitutional majority In tho senate but tho anti saloon forcoe havo disputed this claim stating that at tho boat tko liquor folks could muster but twentythree votes This Is tho bill proposing to separ ate tho city and village from tho township In the vote on tho saloon question It would havo been a sovoro blow to the local option forces who hav won thi most of their victory beemud of tho tact that tho country voto In tho township outsldo of tho city or village has made many munic ipalities dry Surrendered Gmrcfnlly Tho toot that Senator Jandus rep rosontlng tho United Societies and nthor liquor Interests did not make a right upttn Senator Dunlaps motion f IIquorlIntorlMtshavo the votes so they surrendered UIIIuntilInIterlltsr Later Senator McKenzie moved ni reconsideration of tho voto by which lull the house bills were tabled but by an almost unanimous vote the senate declined to reconsider McKonzIes motion was for tho purpose of assisting Senator Martlnsr to got before the senate the Chicago Commercial clubs school bill 4 1nt1 Cibmiettc hill Dies i This action of the senate also Wiled the nntlclgarotto bill which Is burled In the manufacturerscommittooyoom Senator Curtis had given notice last Saturday night that ho would move to reconsider the vote by which the retort of the referees to the state board of control bjll had been concurred In by the senate but ho rose and said ho would not urro his motion for reconsideration ns the members of tho state Loans of charities hhd written letters stating that they pro erred this bill to no legislation on the subject Tho houoo bill which was concur rod In places the finances of Ute state Institutions In the hands of tho state treasurer Instead of the local treasurers and prohibits the purchas ing of supplies of local dealers After some squabbling the senate agreed to go Into conference with tho house again over the deep waterway blll and Lieutenant Governor Orgies by appointed Senators Curtis Schmlt Potter Ball and Hearn as the con forces Inheritance Tax Passed Tho house unexpectedly reconsld red tho vote by which It had tabled Senator Gardners inheritance tax bill last Saturday and passed Uie bill by a voto of 110 ayes to 2 nays It lIs estimated that the law will place ono million dollars additional revenue Jn tho stato treasury within six months after July 1 1909 If tho governor signs tho bill The present Inheritance tax only taxes gifts lega cies and Inheritances while tho newi bin taxes transfers appointments and interests In certain cases and provides for the compromise of tax on what Is known as contingent remain dors Tile Omnibus 11111 The senate by a vote of 1C to 25 rejected that portion of the omnibus ipproprlatlon bill which provided for the turning ovur to the state of 1111 nois by tho city of Chicago on July 1 1910 of tho Cook 5ounty asylum for i he Insano nt Dunning and appro printing 150000 for the maintaln an co of the same from July 1 1910 to July 1 1911 The senate adopted the conference committee report on time omnlbu8np proprlatlon bill covering the salaries of the stato employes lor tho two years 1nShippers Commencing Tuesday June 1 lOO the freight warehouses of them companies will close at 1 p m on Saturdays therefore after the date mentioned no freight will be roo eelvcd or delivered after 1 p m on Saturdays during the months of Juno July and August 1909 E 3 Burnhara Agent N C St k Ky J T Donovan Agent I C H U 17 A NEW DRINK FOR TOE THIRSTY An elusive nml delicious flavor that touches tho right spot in hot weather A regular thirstquenchcc that pleases and refreshes WILSONS SANSOUCI PROSPHATE FIVE CENTS SAX sttiri HiiKitnCT for one day only Saturday Juno 5 lOo size Go Wilsons Fountain TaP A ELECTION e INDIANA MAN IS KLHCTKI lItliliIST Anifmliiicnt to Increase Miibllltte for heath of McinlMT Vroni OOO to aoooo Aehovllto N C June 4An ovl dpncod dotermlnatlnn to avoid InI creased oxpendlturei and a eland y Indicated opposition to diminishing tho causes of llabllltl In the onso of acoldont woro features this afte noon of tho sotelon of the Travelers Protaetlvo nwoolatlon convention The convenuon cdopted amend manta to tho constitution relative to tho membership fees the disposition oft tho national treasury funds ant1j tho transfer of certain moneys to tho benefit fund Tho amendmentt tb Increase tho liabilities of tho ar- apeltlgn front 0000 to I10OWV IIn tho oneo of the death of av mamba while riding In a passenger conch of regular passenger train was defeated An amendment for greater rastrl- ttons In the causes for liability In tll case of death was defeated Thf aiection of offices washol P J OMear of Indlanapolte defeat od Carey King of name Oacor president on the first ballot L Labauntb of St Louie wSs Qndnl v mously dlocted sccr h1ttrelurer nlghtunmindfulstorme or cold W J Atkins workedi aa Night Mtchraan at Danno- Springs nTenn Such exposure gas him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At last ho had to give ur work Ho tried many remedied but all fatlod till ho used Dr Kings New I DlKovorj After using ono bottle he writes c I went back to work as well as over Savoro Colds stub andoroI Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt euro from this glorious medi cine 0c and flQO Trial bottles free guaranteed bji all druggists Tim Evening Sonlfe n Week The place where good thingsXto H Idrink are sewed clean BOTH nronre AND DRIVER tan engage a horeo or rig here anytime It will be Just aa swell as a privately owned one too Our horses aro good in speed and action Our carriages and harness aro kept In tho best of condition Notify us what you require and youll be pleased with both the rig and the cost of IU HM TIM TULLY LIVERY COiIncorporated 1 Fourth and Kentucky AnnUl Both phonos 476 UXCM3 SAM AS AUCTIONKKIl Note Sale of WOIIIOIIM Paris GOUIIS In New York Now York Juno 4A novel solo of womens gowns nil of tho latest Parisian cut was begun Lora today with tho government of the United States In tho role of salesman The accumulation of finery which was bolng smuggled into the country and was seized liy customs Inspectors In March and April Is estimated to bo worth JGOOOO The sale was at auction under tho direction of United States Mar filial Honkol and brought out n largo attendance of women who uxprcssud the greatest admiration nt the ibis play that was spread ont In ono of customrhousoTho goods consisted mainly of wo mens clothing of ono quality and delicate workmanship Including UII word of 2QO gowns many of them beautifully embroidered and trim mod with highpriced laco AN ANGLERS KLYSIUAI According to advorUumonta ally nujhinor resorts ore ell lie They area the best everbu Kllslilnglr better anywhere oleo tinn It tit mAJforr uc01s There Is n groil o variety of flab In this water tfn anywhere cSO Tlnodonly place where you can afford to fish Is whore the fish nro numerous thatTplace Is Georgian flayso the fisher men say Suppose you send for book lot Issued iy Grand Trunk Hallway System free telling about time homo df tho baas pickerel pike rind the noblo trout family Address1 G W TrustnITo triO Dressmakers Convention Since the waist line a So bo at the knccs KIndlyanswer me this If you please IIbwtojudge and to knew If at all aproixis Just the right altitude for a squeeze June Llpplncots Milk Is now Etorlllzed by exposing It to time ultra violet tars of a mel cury vapor lamp The chemical corn position of time milk Is unchanged by the treatment TilE FLOWER OP TIIK GIIAIX product of the country Is used In tho making of 110MAJA Flour Bread makcd Cromltls naturally better than that made from inferior brands Try a sack for your next batch Tho way It will bo eaten will bo a compliment to your baking s well as to tho flour used I F IA GAHDJfelt 0 Co Distributers r 1140 Broadway 4 IF YOU SHOULD HAVE A FIRE TONIGHT A gildedgedj Pplicy Issued by The Friedman Insurance Agency j Will be a great Comfort to you We Pay Losses Phomptly Offlco No 113 South Second Street Office Phone IMiono ir81 11DJ1ItcsldeDeo uuPADOCABT HARNESS FACTORY Known as time best factory In the South for tho superior work they produce Owned and managed by Jho Birth ono ot tho pest known harness makers of tho South All work Is executed under the supervision of Mr Birth who guar antees every article they manufacture AH kinds of repair work neatly and promptly done Special attention given to buggy tops cushions and dashes Will bo glad to have you glvo us a call t a PADUCAH HARNESS FACTORY 208 Kentucky Avenue JNO IUUTII Proprietor =aa THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNrJUNE 9II esloarii e SPARKLING DELIGHTFUL Try LaevLsons Gold Top I Pt PtTEMPERINEI 4 No U S Tax or License Required r THE GREATEST TEMPERANCE DRINK I Praclically NonAlcoholic Guaranteed Under the Pure Food and Drug Act 1 of u I NON INTOXICATING L t i p Contains Less Than One Half of One Per Cent Alcohol1 8+ t Furnished to Dealers by REFRESHING R Baptists Conducting Revival and Presbyterians Will Hold Meetings t The revival which Is being con ducted by the Rev Torry Martin E under a tent at Seventeenth street and Broadway Js meeting with good r success The four Baptist churches of thhcity have united In the revival Thp meeting has onlyi been In pro gress for three night but the tent has been crowded with the prospect of better audiences every night Services are held every evening at 745 0clock The committees for the Baptist union tent meeting at Seventeenth street and Broadway are Music First church Jj M Miller Second church W S Byant East church N lr Reeder Twelfth Street church Charlie Housman To look up Baptists who am not f afllllated with the churches of the cUr Second church E IF Adams East church lr6 M K Scott First church A L UaWlter Twelfth street church Mrp iReyibufn Soul wlnnters committee East church R L Dye Second church Mies Carrie Newman Twelfth Street ra HARMELIN6 TAILOR REMOVED TO 522 t 8RDADWAYI AMtdw CO PadubahKy a f HEALTHFULa Ie 1 l f I church J B White First church lira C C Covington Finances First church J R Pur year Second church J A Cole East church W It Jones Twelfth Street church C R Richard Dr Dodd Going Aunjr The Rev M1 E Dodd pastor of the Flret Baptist church will leave early tomorrow morning for Georgetown- K where he wyi preach the baccalaureate sermon to the graduatliu class of Georgetown college next Sunday The pulpit of the First Dup list church will be filled Sunday by DrJ D Moody dean of the theological department of the HallMoody In stitute of Martin Tenn The Rev Moody was pastor of the church from 1880 until 1882 and no doubt the former pastor will be greeted bjt large congregations I First1 Presbyterian The Re v T C Johnston synpdlcal evangelist will preach Sunday morn- Ing and evening at tho First Presbyterian church and will conduct a meeting every night at 716 at the church next weekIThe Rev C M Thompson of Lou- Isville will arrive In tho city tonight He will remain In Paducah tonight and will leave early In the morning for Jackson Tenn where he will de thegraduallogI Tho wife of u baseball player need never lock for n muff j Tim RKV TInny MAKTIV j I Who IIM roiiiliictlnjj 1Uu lst tent meeting rl 4 t x and Broadway I n YHTKItANS RKITSK TO MARCH IIIOIIIMn TIIICIll COMMANDHIt Now Orleans Un June tThorel- iS I a bitter factional war among the Confederate veterans and result will be a greatly reduced attendance at the coming Memphis reunion Resolutions have alredji been adopted by two of the largest camps here declaring that their mem bers wilt not march behind Gen T jW Cattleman the Loulelatm division commander In the Memphis parade The trouble haftgrpwn onto f the falhr arc to muster a quorum at the Mon I r r iroc dJvtAon last Septem ber thought as there was no quorum all the officers should hold year and acted on that theory and when some of the caulps protested ho overruled them find held to hie position refus fag to call another state convention Tommy letJbe new minister on I my way horns from Sunday school I gu terday and ho nriwd me If I played I marbles on Sunday Mother Well what did you say t theo behind mg Satan Sketch CHAUTAUQUA SEASON TICKETS I IIIRegular Prices r I Adults 200 I I Children Under iool Itieampment GenoratfSitleman asrranother TommyGet ar =at= Following Places 1 OHASKDBY- MADDENHD STEERS I I IN LIVINGSTON GO Pursued by a herd of a hundred maddened steers tho Ford roadster second grand prize in The Sun vot ing content Will forced to depend upon Its own power to escape In Liv ingston county yesterday afternoon The road was rough and muddn but the Ford roadster Is a powerful ma chine and soon loft tho teen far be hind to whit at a trace of gasoline and wonder at tho speed of the devil wagonIn hard run over almost Impassa ble roads from SnilllilanJ to Salem yesterday the occupants of tho ear met with a number of unusual ox parlenced In one place a mule scared at the unusual tight or an nutomo awaykeepingfour miles when Itwae finally driven through a gate and Into a field Farther on after night had come water was needed for tho machine A tltop was made and water was found at a distance of oneeighth ot- a mile but nothing bIgger than a baking powder can was found toII carry It In So the baking powder can was used and 26 trips were made to nil the 2 Yo gallon tank Hampton for tho flrtt time taw an automobile when the never daunted Ford made Its way over tho rough read and drove Into town The car was driven about town to the homes q l noveljrort t H w v Tho power of the Ford roadster was given a practical demonstration on the trip from Smltbland to Halem over roads called bad for want of a stronger word and never before traveled by an automobile PouMly theie to not another machine made that could have Entitled thisI difficult trip In good time and In good condi tion Everywhere tho car attracted at tention At Lola the people Hned up on the street and cheered At every town the occupants of the ear wore received cordially and the ear itself that never balked at roads that would atop a team was Based at with wonder POLICEMAN MISTKIV FOR nuiu3iauMNDS- MCIITlV VOirlUIU l Truer + iif Xlslit Mnrnwlrr Are bound UIIIIII TiHlny Iby- Iollciv Hy mlBtaklug Patrolman J R Morris for a burglar Prof John lean 421 Clay erect shot and wounded the patrolman cary this morning with a shotgun Fortunately Mr Morris was some Ulstance away and the shot scattered but some of the shot struck him In the neck arms and legs ho went to Riverside hospital where gome of phIclan dangerous Today ho was sore from the wound but will be nble to be t Jon duty In Mveral nights 1Thl morfllng about 1 oclock Pro 84WIndonw of Jolul Hogan 423 C0ne t salsa which U adjoining Mr and Mm Hogan are away from home nat Mr than sernrwl hll shotgun and eoncealtd himself Willie Mr Dean ama waltliiK for tho burglar to show up sonic one telephones to the polln1 station slat Patrolman Morris was dispatched to the scene As IIP reached tho Hogan home be was notrrecognized as a policeman and Mr Dean fired aiming low to frighten the supposed burglar About IS shot burled themselves near the akin After the accident j t Patrolman Morris accompanied by Mr Dean walked to Riverside hoc pltaJ The big patrolman laughed over the shoQUng Tho that were No 0 and the thickness of his coat and distance saved Mr Morris from more serious Injury This morning it wu found that a window bad been tampered with and tlie knocking down of a window prop gkvo the alarm to Mr Dean Early In the evening two suspicious looking n fOOl were seen prowling about the homo Whan awakened this morning ont negro was seen crawling on his hands and knees while a ttand negro was stationed as a watchsTho negroes must hUe been given the alarm and Jled etffOno Oiunty Vote Valparaiso Ind June 1Portertcounty voted wet In a local option election today by a majority of gist- The wota carried the cUr of Valparaiso by 102 majority Only two or tho twelve townships voted dry Berlin la said to have moro trees In tho streets than any other city I I 12 On sale for few days only The AUTO SHOT Invcitjpttlnii Immediately I Reduced PricesII II I Under 12 75c c Racliet Store B Wellle 6 Son Cochran Shoe Co Roy L Cullcy f Co JL Wolff Nagel 5 Meyer Paducah Traction Company Citizens Savings i Bank J A Rudy Q Sons Wallerateins S A Fowler W P Hummel All the Tickets admit to all attractions for the eight days including the three for which 35c single admission charged UOR GOAL Adults 150 IChildren IIi i Bradley Bros Mole Axrent Both Phones 339