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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c I 0 t nb1ttn 1ltattttng nn J r- S r S It- I CI VOL XXVI NO33 PADUCAH KY MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 9 1909 TEN CENTS PER WEEK I j I Miss Mattie Evans of Ballard County Wins the First PrizeI I t Prize Goes to Mr J H GriffithI ISecondthe Third to Miss Flossie BuggI in The Suns Great Contest f Popular Barlow Girl Polls More Than Three Million J Votes While the Other Grand Prize- Winnerst Get More Than Two Million tt- II J TIM PIIIE WINNERS II I l Grand Prizes Prizes Votes Ford Touring Carblls Mattlo Evans Barlow 3045158 Furl RoadsterJ H Griffith 2CS9640 t 3GQ In Gold Miss Flossie Hugg 2507029 I I f McCrackvii Comity r v HOO Piano James Langstnff 224987fi 160I Diamond Mrs 8 II Wlnstcnd 2021705 sloe Buggy Sidney Dlsmukcs + 431813 4 District One i r7G Range Miss Lavnda Wood 301C2C- Vk 50 WatchI L Brown 218301 J wJ 25 In Merchandise DNtrltt Two 7G Range Miss Llllle Norvoll 708241 tVs0 1VatchMien Dan Orr G16409 rJJ 26 In Merchandise Miss Rutty Smith k 375049 J Mnrliall County 1 J V 400 1lnnoMiss Lucy Wood 1172800 1100 Furniture Mlsa Laura Jones A 879325- TT8ohoKirshlp Mlsa Florence Miller T C30I09 v Js0 Gold Watch Miss Edna Rose y 621500- II Cnlloway Count 1J1 V 400 Piano Miss Stella Lannon 1207929- Cnldtvnll County fV HOO PUno Miss Georgia Pasteur dJ 361270 100 Furniture Miss Hdpa Cole t 208296 a Italian County HOO Piano Miss Carmen Andrews 1432331 100 Frnlturo Miss Loxyo Armstrong 1009112 U611cholanlllp3111U1 Allno McHlya y 180248 Miuwnc County lit V 1 s4oo Plane MifS IoU a Darning 1047015 UJ1I Furniture Mls Pearl Crooch A 3921C1 NG SOhoIrabIp3Uu Ella KllLbroU1oo 386760 V I tW tlokt Wnteh311ts Jean Mwria 1 iq Jrnvin County J = 4hlnlano4tlsa Maudo MBMOU 1 H19 J jS6JI i j1 M 81 UvliiKMon Oinily s HOD Piano Mfea Lucy Thrdkcld 732940 JjOO I urnituroMks Eva Jtwo1l X rio nun r WScho1I1nhlp3U MhTgaret Worten 2C5304 Abovo The Sun publishes a full list of tho prize wlnncrs In IU great tt loplllarUrcontest which was brought to a successful conolusfon nt 9 I + finished and tho result announcedoclock Saturday night Tho count was nt 330 clock this nftornoon 1 t At 0 oclock this morning tho ballots and all other records were brought from tho bank vaults whore they were placed for safekeeping Saturday night and turned over to the judges who wont Immediately to t work Using three ridding machines the thousands of ballots cast In tho I mammoth contest were all counted checked over and tho result an 1 nounced The Judge are Solon I Palmer A cashier of ithe Bank of Henton I II- J L llobout and Dots Browning of Iadu 1 C hJ W Bt Warr publisher of the i Matroc County Journal Republican andf Ili Dudley pubUthcr of tho Ballard Yeoman of Wlckllffo j e Amlouti Friend Inquire AU day long telegrams and tele f phone messages have been coming In r Continued on Page Eight CITY PHYSICIAN HASS 1 1ITIIUILS HIS CLAIM jt r City Phjotclnn W J Hasa has withdrawnhtt claim of 118 for ser viccd In tho smallpox epidemic last e February Dr II P Sights city health officer bus In a claim of 28850 which was allowed by tho councili last Monday night but ro erred to the nuanco committee by tho aldermen loci Thursday Dr Sights wilt not withdraw Ilia claim It RrmmtI 1 1Gcnerally fair tonight mill TueMlny Continuedt rennin Highest lritiicrw taro today 1It1 lowest today 75I r MISS MATTIE EVANS+ Winner of First Grand Prize 1 y 1 IttJTUItXS FROM SCHOOL ELECTION AUK COMINtt IN stunSupt S J of the county schools todayi received n few onto lopes containing tho votes of tho trustee elections held at tho various county schools Saturday Ho will receive tho remainder tomorrow and next day but the result will not bo ascertained probably until tho last of this week as ho has fivo days in which to report There wero 21 trustees to be chosen for the county school board RooscvcKsHunt Again Nalvasha D E A Aug 9Thco doro Roosevelt set out today for Kenla to rceumo hunting Kermit Roosevelt and Professor Edmund Holler accompanied him It lla more than two weeks since tho last hunt lug They are eager Tho second tbJpmont of specimens will bo Au l gust 1C to tho Smithsonian includ ing several hippopotami 1Winner1 ArH CAMBRON OF DETROIT CALLED TO FIRST CHURCH Presbyterians Unanimously Choose Him at Congrega lanai Meeting Beautiful Song Service at Broadway Methodist BVCBLLBNT SUNDAY SBIIVICBSII At tho congregational meeting of the First Presbyterian church yes torday qn unanimous call was ex tended to the Rev Angus H Cameron of the West Boulevard Presby y terian church Detroit and a com ralttca of ciders was appointed to prosecute the call before the Padu cah Presbytery and the Presbytery at Detroit under which Mr Camerons pastorate la hold It Is believed ho will accept and come hero about Sop ttember 1 Mr Cameron Is a Nova ScotianI and preached horo Sunday August 1 making a very favorable Impression both as a pulpit orator and as a man Ho hae boon successful and prob ably could not be Induced to leave his present charge but for the fact that his wife Is not able to stand the rigorous winter climate of Michigan Dr Thomas Cummins of tho First Church of Henderson was moderator of the meeting yesterday and preach ed a sermon apropos to tho meeting Ho took his text from the Incident Ir Pauls missionary career In which ho heard tho call to go Into Macedonia and Dr Cummins showed how that guldnIfrom tho contest explained how Paul and lila company assuredly Bath ere that God was directing thorn MTOSTS H S Blum of Nashville and Richard Scott sang solos and Miss Sarah Ropers and frII Emmett Uagby a duet In addition to the reg ular choir program llrniillful Song Service At tho Broadway Methodist church last night a beautiful eong service arranged by Mrs S II Winetead was presented to a large congregation Tho sololtfto were Mines Mabel Shol ton Sarah Rogers and Lucyottc orlXashvtlloHarry Gilbert presided at tho organ and rendered two Instrumental solos Dr G T Sullivan preached a short sermon on praise- Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian The Rev A J Thomson of Kut tawn preached two excellent ser mons at tlio Kentucky Avenue Pros byterlan church yesterday In the morning ho preached on the Prodi gal Son taking an unique view point of tho parable Ills text was When jo carne to himself Dr Continued on Pago Four REPUBLICANS IN THIS STATE FOR CENSUS TAKERS Beverly MOM Aug 9 Special President Taft announced that census appointments In Kentucky Tennessee North Carolina and Mls rourl be all Republicans Somo Oem ocrata aro to come from other south ern fitatca CAPTAIN H 1C HALK IS- IMPROVING IUPIDLY- Capt S K Hale captain of tho steamer Kentucky who sustained a fracture of tho hip at Johnsonyllle Tenn several weeks ago Is vapidly Improving and Is able lobo about at his home with the aid of crutches Ho will not bo able to resume his duties oq tho tKentucky for about three weeks t Chicago Market Sept High Low Close Wheat 10044 98 H 98 Corn 64641r C4i Date 3GT4 3Gy 3G- 1SProv2045 2030 2042 Lard 1127 1113 1112 Oats 1097 1093 1095 Ie SEAllCHINQ COAST Capo Town Aug aUtleyhug Unit soma Of the passengers and crew of the steamer Waru tali thought to bo sunk on tho trip from Durban by the cyclone might Imvo escaped to shore mud nero starving or in danger from native orders wcro issued today to search the coast for 200 tulles More than 200 wo men wero aboard besides 200 otlirra y OHIO REOEIVES- WELCOME IN PORT FROM ALL CRAFT With salutes from phi steamboats in tho 1 local harbor the Ohio steamed In port this morning tll oclock on her initial trip In the Paducah and Golconda trade replacing the Royal She moved gracefully and attract ed much attention at the wharfboat today many people going on board to admire her She Is 125 feet in length with a 26 foot beam and can make 10 miles up stream and 14 down 6ho was recently launched at Marietta 0 shipyards being built at a cost of 15000 Tho Ohio Is a neat boat and adequato for the trade which she Is now engaged She is much smaller than the George Cow lingSho departed this afternoon at 2 oclock Yesterday afternoon she ran an excursion out of Golconda 11 miles up the river carrying a largo orowd Sho Is neatly fitted up and has a comfortable cabin Tho man agement has provided music Leaving Golconda about ono hour late she made good time hero this morn Ing Sho will return tomorrow morn Ing at 10 oclpcjt Cap Fred Mc CarwHess Is vcr proud off horT ASSAULTED AND BURIED IN CEMETARY 7t cIioHicr Aiiff 0 A bnflllng murder mystery was iinenrtlutl hero today MIKII the belly of Anna Schu macher 17 years old iiiUsIng since Saturday was found in a lonely spot In the Holy Sepulcher cemetery beaten to death with n heavy stone and assaulted lbefore her death Sho- MIIt1vl tlio cemetery Saturday morn lug mid In a lonely spot was attacked liy unknown assailant There aro signs of n ptrugxlo near the place where she wns tturkctl Tho body was found tills morning The mur darer after killing her dug a shallow grave mad placed tho body in It to conceal tho crime Kiirth amid brush covered the corpse when it was found The npiicaninro WItS horrifying On her liend was a largo stone Tier faro was bartered us were tho body and limbs AN soon us she was found filKrlJTs oniccrs and the Kochostcr police were on UK truck Tho holy Is In time morgue an autopsy show lag nn assault before death Several other recent assaults in time cemofprjr are believed to be by a gang of row dies Peace is Certain Chicago Aug 9 President Buck Icy of ono of tho divisions of the em ployo union said today peace Is cer tale and a uniform wago scale of all lines making future peace contain PRESIDENT GETS TO WORK EARLY AND THEN TO PLAY lloverfy Mass Aug 9 President Taft got to work today at tho Evans cottage they summer white house for seven months With Secretary Carpenter ho started on a largo bundle of correspondence After hearing a number of haters road dic tating more and signing different papers ho started for Essex Country Golf club links whore ho wilt pjay today with W K Dord man John Hays Hammond and his son Robert This afternoon ho will take an auto ride with Mrs Taft MEN ACCUSED OF MARDIS RAID SET FREEINCALLOWAY Ruling of Judge Makes it Im possible to Successfully Prosecute Other Cases Are Called For Trial Today POLITICS IS GETT1XO WARM Murray Ky Aug 9 Special On account of a ruling of Circuit Judge Cook it became necessary Sat urday to dismiss the indictments against the alleged night riders in what Is known hero as the Frank Mardla raid There were 13 includ ing Magistrate Tom Jones and Ed Thompson This was necessary as his construction of a decision of tho court of appeals In the Jako Ellis case prevented the commonwealths attorney getting certain evidence before the jury It Is now a question as to whether the present grand jury will rolndlct The Jury having tho Wayne Law rence case brought In a verdict Sat urday afternoon giving Lawrence two years In tho penitentiary Law rence killed Andy Banister at a church near Backusburg in July 1908 In the fight Lawrence was stabbed twice over the heart but re covered Bannlstor was shot and died ten days afterwards The trouble came up over the objections of Ban nister to Lawrences going with his daughter Tho caso attracted wide Interest in tho count Lawrence won defended by Coleman Linn of Murray and Pete Sear of Mayfield Tho prosecution was ably assisted by Speight Acree Both Speight and Commonwealths Attorney Smith made powerful arguments Cnlloway Politics The political pot Is beginning to simmer in Old Calloway and ere long may reach the boiling point Jack Hanberry was here last week looking after his political fences However little Interest Is being manifested so far In the judicial race as tho Republicans will not nomi nato candidates for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney until August 17 At present Interest seems chiefly centered In the county races The Republicans have nominated candy dates for county Judge sheriff and Jailer Judge T W Patterson who was appointed by Governor Willson to fill out tho unexplred term of Judgo Wells is opposing E P Philips tho Democratic nominee Patterson has made a satisfactory official to all parties alike and in his public capacity has known no faction or set of men Ills official course has been absolutely above criticism and there Is a strong dis position to endorse him in November The race between Phillips and Patterson presents a peculiar condition In that it places PillllpS at a great disadvantage in asking the solid support of his party In tho judicial Paducahs milk supply was pro nounced In good condition by B F Scherfilus Inspector and Davis Duck ner chemist of the food department of the state cxporlnfental station at Lexington Thcso two state food of flclals with Dr Ed P Fancy city milk meat and live stock Inspector and Dr II P Sights city health of ficer have completed a weeks work in tho city and found things In good shape generally The state officials had words of praise for Paducaha of ficials and tie results thoy have ac complished and their plans for the future improvement of tho dairies porfectbut supplies with other clUes in tho state rank high Without the blare of trumpets the two officials arrived in Paducah and Megan their work which was done moro carefully than usual For the first time samples of milk wore token from almost every datry In the city Tho inspectors would stop a wagon on tho street purchase a bottle of milk like n customer and teat It By this method a fair estimate of the condition of dairies was found as w THI3 ALTERNATIVE Chicago Aug Oln an ef fort to prevent tho street car being hit by ft train at a cross fag an attendant threw the switch causing a collision be tween two cars Twentyflvo were Injured none fatally whereas ninny surely would have been killed if lilt by time I train race between Cook and flush a few years back Phillips was an ardent supporter of Judge Bush in the prl mary and when Cook was nominated bo was a strong supporter of James Breathitt the Republican nominee It Is common talk that he will be asked to take a dose of his own medl cine In November Phillips is tho law partner of Zeb Stewart who Is accused by somo of his own party toyi virtue of his posi tion as a member of trie county com mltteo of having practically disfranchised 2000 Democrats In the re organization of the county Democratic committee some time ago There Is great dissatisfaction among Democrats In general and though this county Is normally Democratic It has a largo independent vote and has several times rebuked the irregu larities of ring Democrats The races for sheriff and Jailer are also interesting Walter Holland the Democratic nominee for sheriff also supported James Brcathltt for Judge against Cook tho Democratic nomi nee This was done however on personal grounds Holland is opposed bjt Charley Jor dan a former PromInent business man of the west side of tho county and at present in the Insurance busi nessJordan will make great inroads 05 tho west side Democratic vote as that Is considered the stronghold of Democracy in this county Jolly Dick Langston as every everrwl1ereIofte 6rth6mTrtirVdte foiTattersoh Jordan and Lanlton and when one adds to this vote some 1200 dissatisfied and disfranchised Democrats one can understand why certain Demo cratic nominees are on the anxious seat Mrs Castle Not Prosecuted New York Aug 9It Is believed Mrs Castle who shot Craig will never be tried At a conference be twoon her brother Captain Scott Magistrate Butts and Craig it wa decided to postpone the case Craig says ho will not prosecute It disliking further notoriety NO DANGER FELT OF MOB VIOLENCE AT MADISONYILIB Mndlsonvllle Ky Aug 9 Sp- eclotThero Is no danger of a lynch ofhis111 allow tho law to take its course The prisoner was not removed from Madlsonvllle Pure Food Experts Inspecting The Dairies almost every dairyman had sold an Inspector a bottlo of milk bolero the milk dealer learned the Inspectors were in the city The dairy build ings wero Inspected also and a gen eral improvement since tho last in vcstlgatlon was noted Mrs Loeb Better Mrs R Loeb of Fountain avenue and Btondway who sustained a stroke of paralysis Friday morning Is improving Hot right Hide Is affected I ORDER FOR LOCOMOTIVES FROM HILTS RAILROADS Philadelphia Aug 9An order for G7 locomotives costing 1000 000 was received by tho Baldwin lOcomotlva Works from tho James J Hill railroads in tho west It will give employment to many machln lets laborers and others laid oft durI- ng the business depression 1 PRESIDENT MAYCOME TO 4 MS CITY I TELLS POSTMASTER F M FISHER HE WOULD LIKE TO VISIT PADUCAH SENATOR PILES OF WASH INGTON URGES CITY TO EXTEND INVITATION President Taft may visit Paducah in October If the right sort of or ganization Is formed hereto Invite him and an excuse Is offered the pres ident for pausing here on his Missis + sippi trip President Taft told Post master Fisher while the latter wes in Washington that he would be glad to come to Paducah and Sena tor Piles of Washington a member of tho waterways commission and a former Paducahan told Mr Fisher he Is anxious that Paducah Invite the commission to come here The commission with the president and scores of congressmen and senators will go down the Mississippi from St Louts to Now Orleans to attend the waterways congress In October It would be of great benefit to tho in terests of the Ohio river If the flu tUla could be brought up this tar and with the president and Senator a PUce parties to the conspiracy to make this point on the trip down It might not be difficult for citizens to secure tho visit However delI would be fatal as the program is be ing made up- West Kentucky in Ofllco Western Kentucky Is at present represented more than ever before In state affairs said Postmaster Frank M Fisher this morning Wand It Ila just as it should be Mr Fisher is just back from a ten days trip to Washington D C New York city and Frankfort where ho has been strictly on business Ho was pleased to say that lIon J C Speight of Mayfiold candidate for the office of United States district attorney Is rapidly forging to tho front and will bo appointed beyond any doubt The Incumbent Georgo DuRolle will hold the position until appointmentswill bo mado Mr Fisher is almost assured that Mr Speight will receive the appointment The advance of west Kentucky Is pleasing Mr Fisher who spoke enthusiastically over tho conditions Judge A J G Wells of Murray was recently appointed by Governor Will son as a member of the board of control Other officials at Frankfort aro Georgo McBroom Ed Farley Judgo Breatbltt Wade Brown Thomas McGregor Ed Thomas oC Mayfield In the board of equaliza tion and others Mr Fisher said that Lawrence Rono of Owensbpro Is mentioned as collector for this district and will doubtless bo ap pointedDr Jones of Princeton is a sure winner of the office of census enum erator for this district according to Postmaster Fisher One More SubStation In regard to the establishment of now substations Mr Fisher was granted one more for Paducah and ho said It was lucky to get It on account of tho postoffico department giving out little at present It will bo located either inthe west or north end of tho city This Is to be de clded later All the old bids for tho improve ments at the local postoffico have been rejected and new ones will bo resubmitted Including tho gable for the postofflce This stipulation was omitted In the first bid The new npecincatlons will give local con tractors a chance to get In bids antt Mr Fisher is anxious that they have a chance at the job which will amount to about 16000 Saw tho Tariff Bill Signed Postmaster Fisher witnessed tho signing of tho tariff bill by Presi dent Taft and has the distinction of being the only private citizen to see this done Only senators and mom bore of tho clblnet ore allowed to be present but Mr Fisher was In company with Frank Hitchcock pout master general enjoyed this rare op portunityThe of the Wright Bros aeroplane was a pleasing opportunity to Mr Fisher and he wag surprised at the simplicity of the construction Mr Fisher returned early Sunday morning Y Electric lights fed by a storage battery have been Installed to a now London ambulance l a F N mow Y r jtlifw1 Ckt S FAQB Ttf0 THE JPADTJOAH EVENING StJN M bNII11 AUGUST 0 1 i PennsylvaniaG R16 I Lines Itforth4 MichiganTUESDAY AUGUST 17 Round Trip to Pet sket Ttaverso City i Harbor Springs nnd other Resorts 12 to Macklnac GET PARTICULARS at Ticket Offices in Paducah or address 011 ilAOERTX District Pass Agent LOUISVILLE ICY t ti 94 i 0 = 1 Knights of Columbus Pilgrimage t Louisville Ky Aug 9Flay delegate en route to their various homes from tbo national convention of the Knights of ColunibuB which bas Just adjourned at Mobile registered last night at tho Louisville ho tel to rest after one of tho most ox tensiro and unique excursions over made to a convention The party was inado up of delegates from Now York Massachusetts Connecticut PennsyU vanla nnl Canada and made the trip to the Mobile convention In charge of a tourist company of Boston by way ter and are returning by rail When the party Including over a hundred delegates from tho New Eng land states leftth lrhoUlea they lleft with the Intention of taking itf a sightseeing trip and enjoying a fceh= oral good time AS well as attending to their duties at the convention 1They loft Ndw York oh tho chartered steamer Coups on July 28 and wsach a t d Key OtfodlftrAugnst 2 and the next day were1n Moblld to which place they wont by tall They are re ttirnlng omoby sail and It Is their iwrpose to stop at all of the places of lntoroetjpn the return trap They aritvedat Mammoth Cavo Friday morning and took in tho e eights and came to Louisville last FiguringPads We have a nlco lot of paper + both for pencil and pea uso which while it last will be made up Into scratch pads to suit at the uniform price of five cents per pound or twenty flvQ pounds for JlQO Just the thing fqr tbo desk Call either phonp SUN PUBLISflINi CO Inpnrpnrntrd 113 South Third Street 11 I = o = night Tho entire delegation will leave hero today at noon and make several other stops before they reach their destination Tho Test of the party Including over fifty delegates will return to New York by water So glowing have boon the reports of the pleasure and success of tho trip by water to New Orleans that a pilgrimage was planned at the convention In Mobile by the original In Orators for next August to Coo oatho birthplace of Columbus for twhom tho order was named The details ot the trip have not yet been completed but it lato Include afpe claliudlonco with the pope ph Rome and a special rendition otthePaaaldnl Playr The party 1s1 to bo nude up of Knights of Columbus from all over the country and it Is said that this pilgrimage 4e to bo the biggest un dertaking ot Its kind In history cr Nursing Mothers ana Malaria The Old Standard GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC drives out ma larlaand builds up the system For grown people And children SOc American Cities Waste Wntor It appears from facts collected by Allen Hagen that tho amount of water consumed in American cities CODjsumed enlarj1nssumes 129 gallons dally per Inhabi tant Boston 151 gallons Chicago ltf gallons and Pittsburgh 269 gallons per head Yet London and Liverpool aro not reputed to bo dirty clUes but rather the contrary Mr flaxen thinks that probably half the I lUceItho demand exceeds 100 gallons per hladI wasted und uorao Engltah authorities appear to agreo with him Youths Companion tfo you think actors ought to marrjii7 Tee but I think somo or them shouldnt do It qulto so frequently Illuetrajcd Bits 1 h r I IThe Celebrated Good 5cSnioke CIGAR lj Co Distributors r I 4 I t tWhatls Gas Gas fs coall withall of the ashes clinkers soot smoke dirtandf worry removed No coal to carry in No ashes to carry out No rliindling to buy No fires to build Use the CJph date fuel rCook With Gas Bargains inJ f L Gas Stovese An 18 inch oyen Climax Estate Gas J + q i7 Stovcf for T 11506 r Payments 1 Down and 1 Per Month o I Write Telephone or Call THE PADUCAH LIGHT AND POWER COi i IArorporaletLII 01C i INDEPENDENTS I BEAT BROOKPORT i ILLINOIS LADS PUT TWO MEN IN Tilt JlOxII Wollentclns Win hard Fought Cattle From the II It Hooks I AT LEAGUE PARK GROUNDS The Independent team of Paducah used the mop good and heavy yester day afternoon on tho Brookport team over on the Illinois Gall by a score of 1C to 2 Brookport trlctf two twirlers but tho second man in the box for them was better than the first for tho Independents and thdy piled up score after score until tho Illinois boys wore a sad look The feature of tho game was tho pitching of McChesnoy for the Independents Ho held the Illinois bunch down so bad until tho locals felt sorry and put In Taylor to glvo them a chance They failed to rally McChesney struck out about 12 men and Block worked In his usual good stylo behind the bat For the Brookport team Rush pitched tho first six Innings and was replaced by Rallmeyer Taylor twIrled tho last boysWhatwas tho three base hit or Hcnnc berger for tho locals Ho struck out a long drive and crossed three bases Thinking ho could make It homo and ran and slid ifor the platt but he failed to get up enough mo mentum and stopped within two feet of It He was tagged out before he could recover himself Williams did goad work with tho suplln as did nil thovrdst of the local players do credit to themselves The Independents were accom panted to BrookpOrt by a delegation of about 60 rooters There was a crowd of about COO at the game including about 200 women The In dependents are figuring lot a game with Denton for next Sunday and will try to get tho club to come to Paducah for the game If they will not the Independents will probably I go to Dawson Springs for a game with tho team of that place The lineups yesterdllywere- IndependentsCatchoz Block p McChesney lb Taylor 2b Good man BS Robertson 3b Cooper If Williams cf Murray rf Henne bergerDrookportCatchor Doyle p Rush lb Smith 2b Woodworth ss Rallmeyer 3b Stevenson If Johnson cf Busby rf Curlock Vnllerstelns Win After having the game cinched up until tho ninth inning tho B B Hook baseball team lost to tho Wal Icrstcln boys yesterday afternon at League park through tho weakening of their pitcher Hllke Tho score resulted 8 to 4 mIke held down tho Wallcrstcln bunch in good form until the final Inning when ha be camo dizzy from the Intense heat and barely managed to play out tho game Mercer third baseman for tho Wallerstelns became overheated in tho eighth Inning and had to ho taken off tho field Features Of tho game was tho hitting of both sides Hllko struck out six and Hofllch tor ninojThotho first inning and the next fiveI Innings resulted In goose eggs for both teams The Hooks placed two men over tho plato In tho seventh and two more In the eighth It looked like the Hooks had tho gamy o but Alike went up In tho air and was battered to pieces allowing six of the Wallerstelns to come In home The score R H E Wallersteins 816 4 Hooks v4 11 4 I IBy innings 123406789Wnllerstelns 20 0 OOO 0 0 fe B B Hooks 000000220I Following wqro tho lineups Wa lorstclns Mercer 3b Ford cf sSiHi Hoflich p- Following were tho players for tho Hooks Gallagher Harper Parady HelIwigCouncil umpired the game was attended by about 400 fans rLBABEBALLNBWSNITIONAL i I Clubs Won Lost Pet 7221ChicagoI 6001Phlladolphla J I Brooklyn YVrtS 01 305 08II Chicago Aug DChicago won her tenth straight game boating Brook yrv easily I Score n If E Chicago t 7 n l Brooklyn 0 3 4 Batttrks Brown and Tcher Mc nfyro and Bergeh 7 I Cnnllnnls Lose Again I St Louis Aug IXew York won aTSilrW r Money Cant Buy Eyesight lI oyeI J of n good pair of glasses Wo grind our own glasses Steinfelfl Opticall Co 000 Broadway but were held for eight Innings to three hits by Raleigh the California left hanllorjj Score R II E- St Louts 0 C 0 Now York 3 3 0 Batteries Ralolghr LuEh end Phelps Wlltao and Myers PofrFlcllliiR Cincinnati Aug DDoth trams fielded poorly Spade was retired at tor tho third Inning Dubue finished better butwas badly supported Scoro nIlECincinnati 2 C 3 Philadelphia C 10 3 IC1LeanI iiw TeTkjJlll St Louis 151 Dattorles Mathowson and JI ers Beebo Molter Laudermllk Phelps and Bliss Philadelphia 261 Cincinnati 1 73 Batterlco Moron and Dooln Roxvan Campbell and McLean Chicago Z 21 Brooklyn 261 Battorlee iRculbach and Archer Rucker and Borgcr and Marshall Pittsburgh 6112 Boston 410- BatterlesLelfleld Brandon and Gibson Mattcrn White and Graham Second gang Pittsburgh 370 J Bq ton 191 Batteries Wilts and Gibson Moro and Graham AMERICA LEVGUE Clubs Won Lost Pct Detroit C- Philadelphia 38 GO GO 40 CO- MBoston BO 173 Cleveland A 2 49 616 Chicago IS 51 4 Sli Now YOrk 47 e 176 Bt Louis 43 65 no WaRhlngton 30 72 29t Wnrtorn teams In tho east no games Sunday r ntunlnyysResultsf+ Washington Cll1 St Louie 1 C4 Batteriesllughea and Blank onshlp Waddoll and Stephens Boston 2CO Chicago 032 flat terles Wood nnd Carrigan Smith and Sullivan Philadelphia 572 Detroit 303 Batteries Plank and IJvlngetono Mullin and Stanago and Schmidt New York 690 Cleveland 2S4 Batterlog Manning and Klfrlnow Young and Easterly and Hum Is PROBABLE MURDER II FOUXI II I PKRATEIY WOUXULI AND UNCONSCIOUS husband Under trustyilad Brntc tier Cruelly M iiny Times Slio i Ap cnUtl to Friends Cairo III Aug DA mysterious assault witch may turn out to too n nrurdor Was repotted to ttio police early yopterday morning l y Henry SaUncr a photographer at 1003 Com mcrclal avenue tub victim being Salzncrs vita Mre Mary Salzner The hneliands story was thrtt Mrs Salzndr had been assaulted ly some ono at her home 210 Sixteenth street during his absence The po lice went to the house and found tho woman in an unconscious state lying on a pallet mado on the floor Sho was bleeding from a wound on tho ride of tfer head made by some blunt Instrument which bad cut through her ear and Into the scalp behind the Oar also fractured or Indented the skull The circumstances and what they heard from neighbors led Chief Egan to believe that Salzner himself might have been the assailant and fie ordered Salzner to bo held in jail pending further developments OIIANTHDI DIVORCE IIS 111llionalreIoped today that a decree of absolute FayetteIcount1 P Keeno the New York millionaire tUrfmanfl tho grounds being abandon ment About a year ago Keene camo to the Castleton stock farm hero and established a residence and later entered suit for dlvorcd Mrs Keenoj entered her appearance and afterwards filed a petition alleging aban entirelyIbysenting both parties YOODOO SITES CATTLE KILLED MEXICAN IHHULATIOV OF SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Wnvo of Slipritlllonltitcs Date Buck to Ancient Aztec IMIJlolIIOMVB luuiidtSi HIDES AND HEARTS KKMOVKO 1 San Antonio TeX Aug DAn outbreak of Voodoohiml 10 responsible for tho mysterious killing of many fine cows In tho vicinity of this city Manji owners of cattle living in tho suburbs have looked in vain for their milk purveyors In tho morning The pentlo friend of tho family was found to bo missing and tho instituted search generally disclosed her laxly at tho chappnral ti A Davis of this city was one of tho first to miss his valuable Jersey in this manner and then others have imstalncd simi lar losses Tho odd feature of tho case was that nothing but tho hide and tho heart of the animal wer9 missing At first it was thought that the animals bAd been killed for their skin but a closo watch kept over tho dealers In hides has shown that so far none of tho hides have been disposed of Sheriff Lindieyt and his deputies have- been working day and night to got a clew that might lead to a complete solution of tho mystery but eo far they have not been successful Tho offer of a tntbstantlal reward has now I nldIpopulation of a very orderly and law abiding ono as a whole there U enough of on Indifferent clement among them that could not bo avert JfIBPurrOdknown the Indian straIn is very Mexicanspercentage of them the Spanish or other Aryan blood la a negligible quantity That some of the old Inv dlan superstitions should have MIl vived In them and be liable to portodl cal outbreaks Is therefore not to be wondered atOM Aztec lllewr Indian vooddolsm as practiced after tho fall of tho Aztec empire Is really nothing more than a continuation of flrtnelcljtdnturcfire The victims of tho old Aztec priests spffercd death by having their hearts torn out of their bodies by main forco Afleg the Spanlnh had succeeded In stamping out tits bar barous practice tho Indian tribes itlU adhorrlng to the faith ot their fathers though nominally Christians took to sacrificing animals In the same man ner that human beings nad formerly boon sacrificed and like all primi tive people thought to appease thoV gods Last by eacrfficlng that which WAS considered most cnorUhed In tearing out tho animals heart the object today Is to got possession of the blood contained In it To this fluid are ascribed a number of Tnlracu lams properties ot a dlsoaw combating nature Tho authorities ot this city and county nro In no mood to permit as noxious a practice as voodooism to flourish uridor their gory noses Though ri number of arrests have been made moro Important clews aro now being followed and further developments hro anticipated as a re sult nf the reward offered Of all people tho 16 vsr claw irexloan is tho Ileast able to withstand tho lure of money IJ TIIOSIXOS SLAIRiI7 Iostofflco Inspectors Relieve They Have Sinn W Washington Aug 0 Postofflco Inspector J F tfldfleld who has been rounding up members of the black hand in Ohio believes that two of tho Italians captured In tho raid last Juno may bo implicated In tho satasslnatlon of Joseph lIctroslnu lieutenant of the Now York police tho Palermo Italy March 12 last Oldfleld said today ho and other Inspectors on the caso have unearth ed a mass of evidence of tho most remarkable sort showing tho close connection of tho black hand of the middle west with that In Italy ex hibiting the workings of tho order hero and abroad and giving probably tho most comprehensive view of the machinations of tho Sicilian criminals that any sleuth havo over pb tanned TWO RAILROAD WRECKS Engineer Killed In Ononnd Ten In jurcd Five Injured ha Other Memphis Aug 9Engineer Jos eph Lewis was killed and ten others Injured some fatally in a collision between north and south bound Lou Isvlllo and Nashville passenger trains near Galloway Tcnn late this afternoon Five Aro Injured Pueblo Colo Aug DTho chair car and smoker of Chicago train No 2 which loft at noon r rSt Louis went Into tho ditch at Avondalo 12 lanes west of here today Five persons were injured The first newspaper was pUblished- In England in 1588 irL r iM a J t6c J a jJ + 1taA i it i tlt lifi f ftfcJ l 1 J J tJ1 it r t t t l Choice of the house in Mens Suits l iiMens Suits that sold up to 2250 I upII upIi r 15951I 1395 965 r 1t 640aI I Ilt We have values in ffurnishings and trousers t tI t 1price1 t ofconsideration The sale prices can i l ltinue in the Childrens Department i hnyt riYCott l JVl41i4It OJJuJutItS BROADWJlVII a f t A r1tAnltif + yaaat AAye +r A n t mtlSIOI WITH WIN COXTKST Judge Kelly Held Thiit Dryo Had No KtumlliiK In Court Bristol TOMB Aug 9 Jttdffe Kellj jemlorsd a sweping acMoM whtoh hadrly leaW the drrs a fog to stand on In the local ofUan etea Uon lest they Sate prot c Vnr heroIn an opinion of porno tetltlVnlosoljrv typewTlttPH ptatJtydre IWIj holds UNIt the Urjrs carrot go Into ITlIlntlofl wekllieI I lion null use thajOiriyw as math as they dhl aftlerwnril amyll then fitfvd to araH themselves of ovory romqdr they cannot now como Into 0urt and trtalIIIrerpaid their tall taxes aa requited bylaw Ho says tho court mast mew pro sumo that all of the officers of the tilectlon at Well as the trnunirer end clerk did their duties and ertdcuw ran not now bo Introduced to ctfiitro vert that presumption I The decision In prooounted br l1fI 1v I I i iII i1 t j j a J t I r I b1t bMu UtA era hurt as a this document from a legal standpoint- The drr hove one grettnd UpoRI r to 1OOIleTe4l i 1 liqiwr MMM t next week Wlmt 1I111111I1t11 Ttjoj wako the wMiiono this Umld yotis Semple TU n14e what JTOH wlaktd she lIdO1Toft 4 what yes wished lief t itcovnterotlWoM I will U you IIIIJ kale to do MrIt Right nut come lion list NMjrtM It would New you promised ywi know fell Iierwlr4isd ywa lt mo t kJe roe Now whet dW you wtahT 1 WilK I wished youd get your wiefcl Clorelajid Loolor tt- A trmen novor line mush Interest In the church until he hap sonic i rlncl tml UKUD Cjnrietant kt n tlln Uhc to nUiintit IIJ I iK t6 Nt all llffe frutls too eddy IIn the M eon I FRANK U SMITH FRANK T DAVIS I Insure With SMITH DAVIS Successors to f + if BEBOUT Sfc SMITH GENERAL IINSURANCE AGENCY Anything in Insurance f f loi Rrondwny lhono lsa 1 i1 I Jj DONT THROW MONEY AW AY1 i on cheap courses thAt are put up In books nUll litKJKds for you to rend and copy and which are neither recognized nor adopted try reputable business colleges If you want n Com pieta Coniincrclal Course or Thorough Stenographic Course at a MINIMUM of COST RO to c PADU AI1tCENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Incorporated I 5 k where Actual Ihuslndss Is taught right 1IlllInlloand where each student In given Inilivliliml Attention No hooks to lie bought mid uu charge for securing posj loug I For rates etc1 addre- ssCENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE 800 Ilrnmiirnjr or IhopeNs4V100 wI+ 1 t tas a fjq1a5 v t i U II BIG SECURITIES HAMED ABOUT WINDSOR TIUJST COMPANY IS INVOLVED Mnllcr Is llritorlml to District tutor hey Ily Well Known Vnil Klitrf llrokei Promised TO 00 TO TUB IWTTOM OP IT INew Ydrk AUK 3 Mtton of tljdgod frYetfnlHtltloa In con noetlon with n f80000 loan an 10 curltlitg valued at = 100000 begun by As totnnt District Attorney If T Marshall was attended with great activity about the district attorneys office and wclaMzed Vy unusual pro cautious to preserve secrecy Tho name of the Windsor Trust company ono or tho foromoK II nil II t opal InttUtutloni of the city entered Into tho Investigations and was re ported In tents In the vhnmber where the Investigation WM In itroxress that the truit company hall loaned the 60000 in question and was a party to the Investigation I Interest WM aroused by tho ap prsranct of FI Augustus Holnzc tho- fOtllltr operator tin a wltnow before r Aisl ant Dfctrtot Attorney Marshall I According to report a man well known In Wall street wished to nego date a loan for 10000 Ho found tint lie could obtain the loonI by de poUli K M toMalerat1 security 100 000 worth of rtork and by paying C per cent Interest MjSturyI tlf Affnlr Onto of the provision In the trans ftrllon was tliat llie security d ponll rj rou Id lie redeemed nail the loan cancelled at any tluio by payment of the mount borrowed plus Intercut at C iwrrat for a your here IIs where the mystery which the dlntrkt attorneys office U on dvorliiic to clear up conies In Thi borrower haord that the stock he UioiMcht Safely deported In the Mrim box of tho lender WM being hawked abut In Well street and as the stork ass wily Klentlflfd and wea livid byI him under certain conditionsI Itll ri Icsne Immediately attracted attention To set bark hUi stock the borrower either tendered the amount of the loan and the lateral to the lender and wee uuaWo to obtain hie lecurl tle or ekes eatitd the district attor neys attMtloii of Ute alleged dlvpos tlon of kle cwKles In violation of the agreement covering the loan In an endeavor to have the stock with drawn from the market toddler llnlkx Dcntli VIOL It scorned to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that n pint tMbiefl between a desperate lung trouble and tho grave to cause life dentil I contracted a stubborn o alr1i a remedies for years My weight run down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Dis covery which restored my health completely 1 now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled GOo and 100 Trial bottle free Juarnntood by all druggists p AIMIUJIHI 11V HOT WIUTIIHIt- jl put MM arm around her wult Tho saferI loft tier ohoek lint on the shoulder of his coat It tiwwcd up for a week Mary had a little lamb A hundred yrs ago The chojw on which I dined today Aro hone that lamb I know O that Sumo Il bank of tho wwt Would iwtont nmko emu mil An ontai with an onion taste Mid with a violet tinajk- Weve cribbed these genie from our conUunpU With Imrty hand and free For It JJs no snap to flll this gap With tho mercury 113- UOIitOIl TranscriptL Tho mero fact that a man doesnt Mil you a liar Is no reason that ho doesnt think you are ono When a woman gets really sick Bhe begins to wonder if slue will look good In it hobo IT 15 Satisfied Users of Sfelz Electrophone If your hearing is de fc cted call and let us demonstrate the advan tage of thjs wonderful machine 30 days trials easy paymentsDemons- tration anti Booklet free mondayMcPhersons McPhersonsDrug WEAKI WEARY WOMEV Learn the CiiiiKV of Dully Woas nUll Ktlll Them When mho back aches and throbs When the housework Is torture When tlio night brings no rest nor sleep 1 urinary disorders sot In IWhell lot Is a weary one Is a way to escape these woes norms Kidney Pills euro such Ills Ultra cured women hero In 1adu- cnHf Thfs Is ono Paducah womans tee timony Mrs George Jackson 837 N Sixth street Paducah Ky says I suf fered a great deal from a weak back and pains across my kidneys headaches and dizzy spells also bothered jno and I felt miserable In every way Some time ago I commenced taking Doans Kidney Pills and they soul made u decided Improvement Tile pains are now much less sovofo and I feel stronger and better In ilvery respect loans Kidney Pills Imvo been of such great benefit to mo that I would not think of being without a supply on hand For sale by all dealers Prlco CO cents FostorMllburn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for tho United States Homember the nnmeDoansnumb tako no other It In bettor to bo regarded as a prude than to rot 09 a mental garb age can When some proplo get biiio it Is always in ccnnwtlon with something that Ifl noun of their business LISTS MOSQUITO CHASER f Runs Them A- waylily Hull n little on the linnds on retiring amid you will Miry III l oncc lOc and 25c Bottles Put up by LIST DRUG CO DRUGGISTS IlilllI I llrrtaduny Phones 108I PLEA FOR BEAN IS BEING MADE INDIANS OIUICOT TO CHUSADK AOAINST MHSCAI Xebrnskn Tribe Says It IH fart of Its Religloullnslurked Rig Reforms DIl WIn TO I iNVICSTIOATi Since the government began Its campaign against the uso of themes cal boon by the Indians no tribe his felt so much aggrieved as the Wlnnobagoes who live In Thurston county Nob Just across the Missou ri river from Sioux City and they have been appealing to the Indian commissioner and their congressman J P Uittn for a repeal of tho em bargo which hay been laid against tho sale of this narcotic says the Washington Times The Wlnnobagoes have made the mescal boon a part of their religion To thom It Is oven a portion df Christs body With the mescal bean In thou mouths tho Wlnnebogbcs de clare they communicate directly with God lilmtclf and they have been the missionaries to other tribes carrying the gospel of the bean To them this bonn la holy and it Is holy only to the Indian they declare It has no effect on the white man for God meant It for thb Indian alone In a tetter 16 Congressman J P Ijitta Thomas Walker a Wlnncbago of Decatur Nub explained the atti tude of his tribe toward this bean as follows Wo have found out by actual ox pcrlence this mescal eating of the Indian Is really and truly religious We believe that God tent this medicine to the Indian and no ono oleo and that Ho gave this medicine to the In dian for pure and righteousness sake that time Indian should eat and be right and wise toward God There fore since wo havo eat of the medt claw we have Improved a groat deal In Improving our home taking care of It and being kind to one another Title we have never done before Thin I reservation was In a terrible state when the medicine came killing fighting gambling and drunkenness l IlencotulIseems to want to got ahead of one another In farming1 t 111rllII not be love tho effects of the mescal oatlnfg ore as bad as the Indian bureau ex perts have reported He declares that the order on the reservation hall become marvelously better In tho past few yearjlsfnco tho Wlnnobagoes have had lh si lean He has noted t iT IndiansIs on tho wane The Indian bureau has asked Dr Wylle to examine the mescal bean deletoriloushas been generally understood that tho mescal bean should be clawed coIlIalntOItheirtOI and Mexico arid Is not a bean at Alii but Is time top of a peculiar kind of cactus About forty miles east of credo Max was the original homo of this plant The Carrlzo Indians wore the first users of the mescal bean or Peyote ns It Is properly call ed They used It In their dances At the beginning of these festival tho Indians all sat around tho fire and chewed tho same bean or Peyote un ill they became fairlyI Intoxicated with its nareotlc till I Inl1uenceI Tho tame of these performances reached Oklahoma territory and white men carne down Into Texas and carried the bean back to the Oklaho ma Indiana The trade became brisk Stateribccamoused It simply as dope but the Win nebagoes attached to It a shcred element and their missionaries have been nctlvo In spreading this Idea wherever they have visited Tho principal source of the bean is now the little village of Los OJuelos wtiara fifteen fanillleg exist and do nothing but gather the tops of the Peyote cactus for shipment to Indian tribes Tho plant grows wild and the villagers get 25ld per thousand for gathering them If the government succeeds In suppressing the trade In the mescal bean declare the Wlnnebagoeg the old reign of drunkenness and crime will return to their reservation They bee Hove that Rod will leave their resor vation where ho has lived since the holy mescal Mme to thorn ns a comforter and a revelation Itcvolti nt Cold Steel Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher of Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal troubles lies In an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Con stipation Headache 25c at all drug gists Thorn Is one good thing about n dog he doesnt pretend to be any thing else DarK Eyed Dora Donohu AN IRISH SERENADE Sung by BLANCHE EWING Follies of JJ907 Words and Music by Wm COLLIER 1rvlI I NEVEItl GO OUT Flames of n IIiiddliLst Tcmplo Sicil Jail Fire of Vengeance n Slam la a fire that not only lasts for years but has what havo been aptly termed lineal descendants It is to be found in a Buddhist temple near Bangkok where every fourth year at a certain period the priests Might a fresh flro In a big brazier This flame is kept alive for four years and is in turn extinguished after sup plying a brand to Ignlto Its successor obitalncdthe Buddhist fire of Bangkok is In a senso the oldest In the world Another long term fire Is said to exist at Sarhad Persia This flame its a symbol of religious fervor and It lis death to extinguish It it has burped for 70 years In explanation of this curious rite It Is explained that tho Persians rigid Mohamme dans and regarding their former flro worshipping faith with detestation nevertheless suffer the Sarhad flame to continue to display their gratitude for a service rendered a high official lot tho Persian government many years ago At that time It Is said a pious Parsee who had como to trade at Sarhod was the happy means of saving the grand vizier from as sassination So the grateful shall of that day ordered that the fire lighted by the Parsee should bo kept alive IindefinitelyThere thelearthreItalnlng tho great difficulty of obtaining means for lighting new ones Ono traveler reports seeing a fire in Lan land that had not been extinguished during seven years It had boon car ried from place to place in an old ships bucket- The keeping up of fires for years at a time Is said to bo sometimes an incident of a Sicilian vendetta Time wronged Individual when lighting his fire of vengeance la said to take solemn oath that it shall not be ox Ingulshed until his thirst for revenge shall have been satisfied by tho of tho offending person There denthI record a trial In Palermo wherein it was shown that the accused charged with murder had kept his kitchen fire alight for five years TitBits Jenkins I liked the flat wo were In awfully well but we simply had to have more roont Hanklns Ah Family getting lar gerJenkinsNoonly my wifes hats Cincinnati Tribune- In this country about 1C per cent of the divorces are granted after three or four years of married life The record of bone yield from a Its as difficult for some people to let go as it is for others to catch on SCHOOL TIME IS COMING Hunt up your old school books and see what you need for this next I I session Then go1 to I D E WILSON lie has everything pplles KIVU ON TARIFF liOAUD- Pmddeitt May Increase Number of Hvperts Washington Aug IIrt was said authoritatively at the treasury department thai tho board of tariff exports to bo appointed by tho president In accordance With a provision of the now tariff law might consist of five men Instead of throe It was pointed out that the number was dlecrefloiiary with President TaftThus tar It can be said absolutely no member of the board has been selectedSecretary MacVeagh of the treas ury department Is gIving considera tion to tho appointees and expects to confer with the president on tho matter In the near future It Is reasonably certain that time board will ho named pefprc the presi THE SCHOOLII BOOK MAN I IIAti dent starts on his Intercontinental trip In September Tim Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with tho blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Hitters prolongs life and makes It worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells Imparts life and tone to the1 entire system Its n godsend to weak sick and de bilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Mo but Electric Dltters cured me entirely Only 506 at all druggists Sunday School Teacher Now Danny what do you understand by righteous Indignation Dannji GetUn mad without satin any cuss words Boston Transcript 0 On ABE YOU TIIK OWNER OP PHOPEIITIES WHICH YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO LOSE Ill FHtE Do you want an Insurance Policy issued by Companies AS strong AS tho Hank of England THEN INSURE WITH The Friedman Insurance Agency We pay losses promptly without dolay and without any arbitrary discount Office No 115 South Second Street Office Phone 170A Residence Phone 1581 u oo ICE ICE ICENOTICE TO THE 1CHLICl We are ready to make contracts at present prices for next year If rou want Ice at Live and Let Live Prices patronize the firm that belongs to no trust LOOK FOR THE BLUE WAGONS Independent Ice and Coal Company H T VOGEL Mgr Phones 151 lOtli and Madison a II T j y A b re tr rlrI rtM- i T r n rfwrast N r1 r raeHB Pow T tHE PADUCAH EVENING SUN r MONDAY ATJoTJST 0V r ThePaducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY tree SUN rnnLisniNo COMPANY I Incorporated I r St Punts President 6 J PAXTON Orueral Manage- rlntsred at the poitofflce at Paducah t Ky as second clasa matterjj BDBSCIUITION RATES By Carrier per week 1D By Malt per month In advance 25e By Mall per year In advanceUOO TUG WEEKLY SU1fII Per year by mall postage paldt100 4 Adlretf TilE SUN Paducah Xy I OMce IK south Third Phones tit Editorial Iloomil I Old Phone sal New Phone set Puns and Young Chicago and Yew I York Repreientatlea THE SUN can be found at the toj lowing places R D Clements R Ca Van Culln Bros I Palmer 1I0uee peGA MC1- II N LABEY A MONDAY AUGUST 0 CIRCULATION STATEMENT Ir Jane 1900 I 6187 166166 e 16183 176149-I t 6178 18 6148 4 6178 19 61- 425G180 216101 76190 226097 t I 6188 236104-i 6196 24 11688 25 610711 11 0193 26 126179 28696814 61- 72I6158 296968130 6964 I j Total Io w 160159 I Average for June 1909 6160 I Average for June 1908 4712 I I Increase i 1448 t Personally appeared before me thus July 10 1909 R D MacMlllen t business manager of The Sun who affirms that the above statement of the circulation of The Sun for the month of June 1909 is true to the best of his knowledge and belief PETER PURYEAR Notary Public McCracken Co My commission expires January 10 1912 Dally Thought I Think only of yourlplfnnd others will forget you- Although all the blue laws weret blocked a hoochecoqche ordinance seems to have wriggled through thet Chicago council o The Lexington Herald and Ken tucky Gazette both express regret over the decision of Judge Parker ousting the mayor and city officials of Lexington p The report that Ms Elkins hasI royal blood in Jeer veins makes possi ble her union with Abruzzl We are all more or less descendants of IrishI kings over here o John T iMcCutcheon cartoonist ofr the Chicago Tflbnne line sailed for Africa He may find the lions wont stand for as AftloonII being poKed Vt them as some of our own lions hnl o WARE OF TYPHOID This Is the scakon of typhoid fever and surrounding cities are suffering with what threatens to be ntf epI- demic of the disease There are a few cases in Paducah and the health department ever readyi to take pre ventatlve measures calls upon allI citizens to heed requests from the health officer to saver themselves from this most destructive of disease Organic matter Is the prolific source of the germs of the diseases which are picked tip on the feet of flies and carried Into the house these soot nights No better breeding place for the germs can be found than tho garbage can Dr H P Slghtsespe clally requests citizens to burn their garbage from now until the fros- kills the flies The germs breed 1 in the refuse from the table and the flies which swarm around the garb age take up the germs on their feet If this source is cut oft It will go along way toward saying Paducah from the stigma of an epidemic andI will save many lives o PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BUSINESS The position of poor Hiram Smed ley contains many a lesson for peo ple and politicians but none more forcible than the danger of that human Impulse to vote for the goodl fellow regardless of his moral fitnessI and competency In that way we get thieves into office and discourage honesty In political aspirants WeI must learn that nothing will prevent stealing but common honesty Our safeguards It properlyI applied may catch the thief quickly and Insure hla punishment but we must not put all our dependence on prevention through fear Good character is much betterWhen two men are candidates for office ono a good fellow and the other a good citizen we are prone to help the good fellow along by put ting him in an important office where he can handle our taxes Then we complain about a blgh rate and public extravagance and abuse the whole system of government More over young fellows growing up and entertoininj wn nUvitlon for office observe the kind of men who uccvw in politics and cultivate the sort of virtue that Is most valuable in win ning Totes That virtueIs1 being all things to all men a dlslngenlous smile a warm handclasp habits that will make no ones conscience un easy by example a lack of qualities that awaken envy and a not too serious view of life Now wo would notI for a moment detract from the ChrIs- tian virtues of a pleasant smile and warm handclasp but we must re member that some men are too preoccupied and engrossed In meditation- on serious things to cultivate the habit until the smile and the hand clasp come automatically and fre quently the best equipped men to handle the public business are the least affable We do not look for a winning smile and a warm handshake in choosing men to handle our pri rate affairs If we consider these more essential than ability and honesty in public affairs we must not complain if the public officials steal and the public business la not carried on the ways our private business Is 0S STATE PRESS e Sanitation In Kentucky Sanitary Condition and Needs of Kentucky is the title of a 42page report by Mrs Charles BartlettCrane of Kalamazoo Mich published Inee the August number of the Kentucky I Medical Journal edited iby Dr J AII McCormick of Bowling Green In nn editorial reviewing her workII the Medical Jburnal says It was a matter of regret to all especiallylatter not be sent to every county In Ken tucky As this could not be done twelve cities and towns were care fully selected representing as far as populationIwaterp slaughter houses and other affecting health and life As some of these conditions she describes and criticises In the various cities and towns have their cunterpart in everyii community rural and urban health boards civic leagues and similar organizations can easily utilize them in working out their own problems Messages of warm commendation and reports of prompt results follow ing her meetings are still coming In The Jteason Why The Paducah Sun wonders why It Is that if Col W B Haldeman still cherlshes an ambition for civic honors he does not acquaint himself with conditions outside Louisville and cut loose from Whallen and Kohn Thats easy You cant teach an old dog new tricks Owensboro In quirer Kentucky Kernels Louisville soloist plan endurancei race t Frankfort wants a Carnegie li braryBlue Grass Fair opens today at Lexington Jefferson county dairymen protest at slaughter of tuberculosis cattle Royi Stephens 10 thrown from a Fulton laundry wagon and seriously hurtEleven census districts in Kentucky conform to congressional dis 1trlelBI reports show tobacco In good condition and dark more active at LouisvilleLexington police looking for Anna Sebree 13 who disappeared from Frankfort 8I SOME STORIES AROUND TOWN I J o r oC j Mr Rdbert Reeves president off the First National bank has received1 a J 10000 bill from the I treasurer of the United asslBtantltl probably the first note of this Ination ever seen In this city It IIt ustlen unless Indorsed by the bank to which it isI Issued I preton Broadway is la the clay vloltlng hh mother Mrs D Wetherlngton of Clay street Mrs Weather1l1gtonl11 Jhas been quite 111 but Mr Weatherington visited The Sun office and renewed his acquaintance with the I Mr bOBII sang at the Cozy theater Is now sing Ing in the Auditorium at Dayton 01and Is making a hit He is call i the Kentucky Nightingale and I 8lnglngllI Auditorium says Frank Long offers new picture ballads that complete a excellent bill Ills many friendsI here will be pleased to learn of his success I IVOICE OF TilE PEOPLE III I Card of Thanks Mr Gilbert and the Women clubI wish to otter their thanks and appre ciation for the courtesies shown themI the past week on the occasion oftr their concert by the Paducab Trac tion company Mr William Deal iMr Oscar Kahn Mr Clark Bondurant Sclimnus Bros the press and the ushersThe concert given by Mr Gilbert 1 For the Choice of the u otersjj u r Democratic Ticket COUNTY JUDQK A W Barkley county attorney COUNTY ATTORNEYSanders E Clay lawyer I REPRESENTATIVE Eugene Groves Incumbent- COUNTY COURT CLERKGus d Singleton broker j CIRCUIT COURT OLBRKrJ A Miller Incumbenti SHERIFF George W Houser farmerJAILERHenry Houser farmer ASSESSOR George Allen farm or- CORONERF F Baker Incum i bentCOUNTY SURVEYOR E B Wren farmer I COUNTY SCHOOL 9UPER1N TENDENTL W Feozor teacher MAGISTRATES First Hoorse t D roadfoot Second Tarry George Third C W Emery Fourth J II Burnett Fifth John Craig Sixth Charles Ross Seventh J Co Hartley Eighth Darter Kuykendail CONSTABLES First A C Shel ton Fourth M L Bryant Sixth R Huddlestone Seventh Linn Choice Eighth Jeff Bannister POLICE JUDGED A Cross In cumbentALDERMEN Charles Hall toII baoconlst L E Durrett butcher I George O Ingram contractor Otle l Qveretreet grocer- COUNCILMEN First Scottie Ferguson bartender Second Chas- Horton clerk Third O P Leigh I commission broker Fourth Fred e Kreutzer baker and Charles lions er grocer Fifth J W Coleman contractor Sixth Dr W R Wash burnSCItOOLTRUSTEES J First W N Warren Jeweler Second B F Davis contractor and F P Swift i paper banger Third Gardner Gil bert tobacconist Fourth Harry L t Judd patternmaker and R L Tate manufacturer Fifth W T Byrd Sixth Henry McGee saw mitt man under the auspices of the club was nl musical treat and brought before the club for the first time this season the three men who have done and are still doing so much to develop a taste for better music and more music Iin the community I In spite of the arduous work Mr Gilbert Mr Scott and Mr Reddlclc have been doing the past winter they have tome back to their home city bringing Inspiration and new zeal Into the musical circles and unselflriily lend their superior abilities during their vacation to the many demands made upon them by the home people The continuous applause of Thurs day evening was an evldenca of ilia Interest pride and appreciation the Paducah people have In this three menThe Womans club feels that it wlll1I but voice the sentiment of the com munity when It thanks these 4hr young men and especially Mr Gil bert for the courtesy and intones- which made possible the rare oppor tunity of hearing such beautiful music It has been said that our children are the Index to the future If this lIs true Jt Is a matter of civic pride to know that Paducah can boast auc attractive and talented young people as took part In the choruses tlr Gilbert found them most responsive to his instructions and faithful In at tendance The committee In charge found them a pleasure in every way being always courteous polite and gentle and a word of appreciation to the parents and teachers who have the training of them la not out off placft With Tftiy Tim we say G bless them every one and them again for their music IS ON illS FEUT AGAIN Clinrlm W Morse Regains Some LosttI Property New TorkAi9 =Charles IV Morse today admitted that since hit weekslagoI to have recovered at least one of th nuheroua river and ocean steamboat tines of which he was at one time the owner 11The particular concern which 1 isI I once more under his control Is the Hudeon Navigation company whosoI fleet consists of the palatial steamboats Charles W Morse and Adrlon dack as well as as three otter boatsI that ply between this city and Al Ibany you hope to regain your form saulsaffairs was asked thatlsaidIt booknused to Dolls sure and certain hope that I may eventually recover lost ground IIOJTIm OPTION LAW a 1 NVgroeN Who Chartered Three TrollhlIsteamer Three States was Involved In trouble at HIckman Saturday because of the action of some negroes who had char tered her for an excursion and who sold Intoxicating liquors to citizens there while the boat lay In port Sev eral negroes were arrested and the boat was held One of the negroes Jim Bondurant was released om cash bond and three others wero rA1Ii I Iteiuibllrnn Ticket COUNTY JUPQE T N Harelip lawyer COUNTY ATTORNEY Wm hue I bands lawye- rREPRESENTATIVEW T Miller merchant COUNTY COURT CLERKDr H F Williamson CIRCUIT COURT CLERIC + Ji W Fry mille- rSHERIFFl E Ford grain dealer I JAILERJohn Dunaway clerk ASSESSOR Alfred Collier farm er- CORONERDr J S Troutman SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT L IL Alexander teache- r9IAGISTItATESFirst U S Wets ton Second J J Btelch Fourth John J Clark Fifth G M Spltzer Sixth W A Dunaway Seventh J AI Champion Eighth Oscar Corylll CONSTABLES Fourth J W Wharton Fifth Lee Corder Eighth Thomas Fortson j POLICE JUDGEJohn J Dorian former city treasurer- ALDERMENHarry Hank hard ware dealer George If Oehlschlac ger bookkeeper C L Van Meter City Transfer company Will Far ley coal dealer- COUNCILMEN First C C Du vail foreman Second A E Young printer Third S J Snook Insur Fourth J L Wanner Jew eler end August Budde carpenter Fifth Frank Meyer foreman Shtth W L Bower farmer SCHOOL TRUSTEES First WII ham Karnes contractor Second vJ little superintendent J X Ferguson manufacturer Third 1r S Wells manufacturer and S T Hubbard tobacconist Fourth C G Kelly merchant and JE Brood way clerk Firth Ed Morris foreman Sixth H G Bradley basket maker BLACK LEG HRKAKS OUT AMOXO CATTLK IN MARSHALL COUNTY lMoM Jfiyno falien In land Ily the Spite Veterinary Dcpartynviit Subn I Cattle owner tH Marshall countyr ajS tightened cite the appearance of blackleg allibU the young Ant mals and unices fhtrthrMtened epi demic Is stopped1 the Mate retort dl0090Iwas discovered on a farm their tho county line between Marshall and Gougf0a Ivroltto Dr Ed P Farley assistant Kate nterlriorlah who fn turn notified tile state veterinarian 4 caulnand they die In twelve hours It 1 is that noticed when the animals havo ohcompanied with a high fever and gas escapes from the affected parts It 1Is not often that the animals ron be saved and the ntentlon of the Teterl narlans is devoted to preventing a Isr1 active and Is considered dangerous for eleven years Unless The epidemic Is checked Immediately Dr Earl reterinarlafen beeOkn One young cdttle by the ravages of the disease and they are anxious that It be checked So far the dis ease has been confined to Marshall county Hnnus Himself With a Chain NomlcoIIn Aug 9James Ahem charged with killing his wife witlr a cleaver hanged hlmsejf last night I the Queens county jail with a chair pulled from ate bed and fastened to strengloh made It possible for him to Mil him self Stranded Boat Kwapc- fit Louts Aug 9The steamer whichIwas stranded for 24 hours above Grafton III arrived at St Louis late yesterday Our shoe repairing is in a class by itself Bestquickest We repair shoes so theyre good for more service Phone 102 Well send and get fyour shoes andre quicklyMen 00lind1I 50Cpeg 75cheelsole Ladies turned 11oo I I iATi STOOKHOLMii AKWSPAPKRS ARK MKItK mHJ1 lUnJ1SIIINGjj Two Rcglmcnta of Soldiers Mutiny IIj timid Worm Tnmble Is FVnml iiAiiy Time 4t p Pt Ia STIUKKRS AUB QUARRKLINO Stockholm Aug 9The city Is thereitotnewspaper offices are Issuing smullI bulletins set up by1 cubs not be longing to tho AiAlSh Strikers be lieve the suspension of newspapers will help force arbitration by employI ers for which King Gustav working Several factories are resuni rag work Cars are running almost oil schedule time Strikers are try- Ing to desert and leaders are trying to prevent It There were several clashes among strikers themselves Stockholm Swedish Troops Aug llutinyI troops In the northern part of the country have muttned and the gov ernment Is much concerned TwoIregiments ono at Palun arid the er at Soliettea hritevffected They are stranded In the woMWurn1 country where the labor disturbance first broke out In the timber trade and the I government has been haunted by the fear that the soldiers sympathies were with the strikers The mutln 4u9 troops have been confined to their barracks The executive committee of tho Swedish union at a meeting held yesterday decided to utiout the printers throughout the kingdom Many of the grave diggers have de fled the ordr of their labor union to return to work and have rejoined the strikers The food situation In Stockholm shows no Improvement today and the vtrlko continues The hopes of yes terday that the men would withdraw From their extreme attitude have not been iTnllni A railway train was fired upon In the suburbs Sunday afternoon buti no ITheIIII I proclamation enjoining both sides to the dispute to avoid further viola tions of the contracts After regret tins that the governments offer ofr mediation had not been accepted tho- r I proclamation expresses the hope thatt lleaders themselves would settle altI differences The bakeries declare that the breadI supply IsI exhausted The farm lab orers union announced today thatI Its 7000 members would strike as hara t Horrible Wrvck In Kranrt Paris Aug a Thirteen were kill ed and 22 Injured several fatally I In a collision between an Interurban car and a freight car at Long Junvcau The Interurban was torn to pieces I and the dead and Injured scatteredI along the track for a hundred feet It was caused by the motorman fall Ing to see the top IIlgnalII CIVIL SBRVIOEI i o jrnox8 OPKV von KXAMIVV TIONS IN OKFlpK Government Offers Fins Opportunl ties for SurccMful Applicants Ikfort iWririW tt ti + tir flltH I i inswt11United States civil service examln I allows Examinations1 will be hold BBII Indicated below If any ono desires I Ill to apply for any of these the proper blanks will be sent upon receipt offr l request stating the name of the ex anti nation I Architectural draftsman Philip pine service 180022 0 August 8 assistant class E pale naval ob tervatory Aug 2425 translator I patent office = 1800 In nit the fol low languages Dutch Swedish D3nejj Norwegian Russian Portuguese Ge r man French Italian Spanish Alg 25 acslstopt Inspector of electrl Ughjt plants treasury department 11800 Au gtsat In seed testing femme depart t punt of agriculture 840 Aug 261 20 oiler U S military academy West Point N Y 720 Aug 26t 0111scrvatorI I These examinations may be take at Bloomington Ind Cincinnati 0 Ctet Japd p Qajijinbui 0 Evans I v1114 Ind Ft Wayne Ind India napolls Ind mouton 0 Lafayette Ind Lexington Ky Loubnrllto KyII Paducah Ky Toledo 0 Zancsvllle J OhioFor l application blanks address Secretary Clvll Service Board at cities named i fMADACHtaS9hyPhi I IIII Ouarantsdby tat i n- II suppose you had a splendid rest on your vacation r- Yes Indeed I danced every dance every nlghtDetrolt Free Press l ll- IIII STRAW HATS II I I ll- IIIIReduced 1 r ONEHALF I l ttrake advantage of this cleanup vale and buy allnew hat while it iit cheaper than to have the old Jone cleaned It looks and feels better too We go in to clean up and here are the prices do the work v llthat t Straw Oats 50ell lf 200 Straw Hats 100 I 300 Straw Oats150 I 500 Straw Hats250-I l 750 Straw Hats 375 I I 1oy1l11L11iYCO 415re41lHRORDWAY l IIDUTrIUERS1 EILANCBOYS- A t J trtt itlrt1r4wt1 t r sgirt AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 1tt1lfUwuukeoV4 156GMtnnvapolbLouhrvlllo 6S 66 613 Columbus IC 6G 600 Sl Paul 51 fiG 491 169IKOnsnaIndiana puH i GO W U8- Sunda ItrstnlG Kanras City G Indlatrapolln 4 Kansas City 3 Indianapolis 3 St Paul 2 Tottdo 3 IIc J Columbus 7 M1nn ax Ns I NEIL CHOP IV lOUI SIIAIJ Ilollrr Tune Noted In llnrk Tolmrm Market llrrr Thin Wcik Loulavllle Aug 9Weather con ditions In the tobacco belt continuo favorable The growing crop Is said TluruIWI18tobacco on the local breaks tillS week but the burley market was small and lacked feature Prices on the dark tobacco were generally higher The Italian Regie had CEO hogsheads of dark tobacco sampled during tho week Street Cum Collliln St Louts Aug 9ln a rear end collision of two crowded street fan near Suburban Garden sever Itkr Kona were hurt one seriously tttLtLLLtt AT THE CHURCHES xTTTTTTTTTT Continued from Page One Thomson mado the point that when a man Is In normal relationship to relauonIshiphe Is In a right relationship to God he cannot be In normal relationship to his fellowmen Ho compared sin to an anaesthetic from the stupefy- Ing effects of which man must awake to be right with good and normal In Ills human relationship Ho must to himself Icomethe evening ho preached on Pauls letter to Timothy I have fought a good tight I have finished my course I have kept limo faith T J OUCH Vacation The Rev T J Owen lectured at he Denton Methodist church Sunday morning nndlq tho afternoon at church Grove where ho baptized a number and raised a balance duo on IIIrIowen andntether places west of hero There was an Increased attendance at the Tenth Street Christian Sunday and one addition to tho church Tho Rev Mr Collohi South Kentucky evangelist preached a powerful sermon at 11 oclock Tho services at tho First Baptist church were excellent and time Rev byIMale Quartetto furnished the music both services and proved all enjoy treat to all members At the Second Baptist church tho G ii Snialleys sermons Were appreciated by largo crowds bolt morning and evening Ills sermon lluavon was very Interesting Ion Rev Mr Smaller pointed out heaven was like a country home and a city There weft throe pro fwwlons yesterday The services at the Twelfth Street IlnptUt church were all well attend ed and tho Rev MrOlarks sermon On the Solid took was especially Interesting In tilt absence of thollev 0 R Jackson tho Rev Mr Holdun tilled the pulpit nt the Tenth Street Chris lien church and the members were greatly pleased with his sermons One man was baptized yesterday Well attended services wore hold ntt Third tltrt AUthodlnt church yesterday The Rev Thomas Would ridge preached an excellent sermon Tho novo K T Lowls filled his pulpit at thu chanlcaburK Meth preachedltwoance was excellent I IAt the German Lutheran church IrotherIpreaehedI I111mornlng discourse on Tho Un faithfulI Steward was replete with I liteIattended and a good sermon was preached No morning service was I held There will bo no more sere ices during August while Dr lour quln Is on his vacation Tho Ruv E C McAllister filled the pulpit at tho Grace Episcopal church yesterday and preached a good sermon He also preached at tho Good Hheperd House ami a largo congregation was present to hear him Mss Louvlna Wilson of Louis vlllo a mlislonary worker spoke at the Cumberland Presbyterian church yesterday and her discourse was well received Tho Rov MrFooks preached In tile evening conductIngMeKendreeprogressing with great success largo crowd have been prevent at All the services and great cMhuslamn maul tested Moro than 200 people have thrlireEveryloee HAVE TO WAIT LaoInside rightHold on Ihe rwherlightIng Wallacec Park All AmusementsSupended Until WednesdayNight 4 Watch for announce ment of Special Features for latter part of the week t A aai 10 i oI u r r1 ONDAY AtKTOST 8 111 4 THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN rAca JftVI THE n LOCALBwsS JRubber stamps seals brass stencils etc at The Sun office Telephone The Sun office for samples and prices of all kinds of typewriter papore- llomegrown cut flowers of qual- Ity Fresh flowers dally Brunsons 029 Broadway The greatest variety of type writer papers from onion skin to heavy ledgers and In sizes from halt letter to legal at The Sun office Dr Gilbert has Just opened his Osteopathic Infirmary 042 Broadway where ho has an Ideal suite of treat ment rooms IIfpi air and electric treatment given where Indicated Sevenyearold bottledInbond served over Palmer house Dar only Manchester Grove No 29 will hold their regular monthly business meeting Monday evening August 9 at the Three Links building Dent grade rubber tires Prices reasonable at Sextons Sign and Car riage Works Old phone 401 Best grade rubber tires Prices reasonable at Sextons Sign and Car riage Works Old phone 401 Mrs J IC Ilurkam 1036 Madl son street Is confined to her bed the result of a sprained ankle sustained while alighting from her buggy Sat urday night 41werothellhomeand TcnnetMM street owned by O E Jennings The5 laco curtain rnught flro from a lamp and an alarm was sent Inlly ttfio time the departments arrived the fire had been smothered out by the occupants of the house with hardly any damage Mr Sam Foreman Is suffering from an Injury to his right foot as A result of stepping on a rusty nail Dr Jeff Robertson dressed the In Jury Miss Rope Elllthorpo Is 111 at her home C27 South Seventh street Mr and Mrs D E Wilson are the proud parents of a fine nine pound baby boy A spark from the kitchen flue at the homo of Mrs Murp C Wade C29 Washington street this morning at I1045 Oclock turned a small hole In tho roof with little damage Fire departments Nos 1 and 4 answered the alarm and extinguished the blaze In a Jiffy Many colored people began ar riving h Paduruh yesterday and today from neighboring towns while the largest crowds will Invado the city tonight and tomorrow morning Tomorrow IIs Emancipationl days cele bration and thousand will como here on the excursions Amusements of all characters will be provided Horn to Mr and Mrs James WfQtherln ton Wallacv park a nine pound Kltl The many frIds ofMrs Pan nit Baker of 533 Msdlon treat will t o pleased o toear of her toady Improvement Sho underwent on operation ot RIvwsMo hospital a few weeks ago and Ila now able to sit up at her home Edward the youngest son of Mrs A Yopp of 1222 Jackson street wMIe jplaying with some Ore works this afternoon was burned on the taco and hands Dr Horace Illvera attended him and bo Is rest ing easier COULD HAD AFFINITY Wife Will Apply for a Decn of Alb ftolnto Divorce FemNow York Aug 9Tho eccrct of the Frank JQouW case were hared very suddtflly today and with them came thq Information that within the next few Jaya Helen Kelly Gould wife of the millionaire wilt apply to the courts for a final decree of abso lute dlvlrco from her hunband That Frank J Gould conducted 1 himself Immorally at the Shoreham hotel at No 308 West FIftyoJghtli street with an EnglMi actress named Hose Winter Our Welcome tlhlllhoit art welcome here and thy friend Is wel come likewise It thou nmkifit It thy meetlnj place It Ih well Buy or not an Itr pleases tletlll Iliou it trelcome- t I H EXTRA SPECIALS Cantaloupe Sundae Florida Mine Ado Chocolate Free Lunch GILBERTSDrug 4a lid InUssy Ml mm 71 Let U At Gilberts r I RIVER DEWS hirer ShIItHII Pittsburgh v64 04 fall Cincinnati 97 13 taU Loulsvlllo n 54 04 Tlao Evansvlllo 79 10 fall Mt VernonI 88 08 fall Ml Carmel 38 OG tall Carthage Burnsldo llsslngII Nashville 104 02 fall Chattanooga rV G2 19 fall Florence 53 09 fall Johnsonvllle 89 09 rltfo Paducah to 104 03 rise Cairo 200 02 rise St Louis 134 00 etd ornIIngI of a foot s4nco 7 oclock Sunday conunuelrisingAi1RIVALSDick Fowlor from GoldIenI yesterday City of Saltlllo from Ten RIChardIIJOhOhio from Golconda this morning at 1O oclock Joe Fowler from Evans CharieslTurner+ at noon Bettlo Owen from D rook port and regular Illinois landings this morning and afternoon George Cowl ing from Metropolis this morning and afternoon on time Clyde from toInightDEPARTURES Dick Fowler for Cairo at 8 oclock this morning J B Richardson for Clarksvllle this afternoon Joe Fowler for Evansvlllo this morning at 11 oclock Ohio for Got conda this afternoon at 2 oclock Clyde for the lower Ohio Immediately after arrival City of SaltlUo for St Louis and all way landings Imme dJatoly lifter transacting business at the wtiarfboat George Cowling for Metropolis this morning and after noon on time Bettlo Owen from U rook port and regular Illinois land ings this morning and afternoon timeThe OnII Dick Fowler ran a double ex cursion yesterday She took a crowd out of Paducah leaving at 9 oclock n the morning and on reaching Cairo she carried out about 200 people ten mUM up tile Mississippi l river leaving there at 2 p in and returning at 4 3V She then left for Paducah ar riving at 1030 oclock last night I Tho Mettle Owen carried A largo crowd 9f excursionists from here to Itrookport and the lower Ohio yesterday leaving at 2 p m and returning at C p m I The United States steamer Golden Rod arrived here yesterday at noon from the upper Ohio U was found that she had a cracked shaft and may haw to Ve up for repairs She ia trimming out underbrush and re pairing the government lights and not doing any supplyIng Sho will berolandThe harbor boat Harth of tho West Kentucky Coatt company left last night for Point Pleasant Mo to lighten a barge of coal which the towboat I Charles Turner grounded on a sand bar The river IIs falling and the bargo will be pulled off before It III left out of the ftterIThe towboat e re turned at noon yesterday from Hoi ona Ark after delivering the dry docks formerly of this port Ross flutter head clerk on tho John B Hopkins has resigned Captain Burress and the crow of the towboat Reaper of the West Kentucky Coal company returned yesterday from Memphist where the boat IIs laid up The crew will take tOlOOr1rowThe Joo Fowler had a big list of passenger today when she left in eluding a number of round trlpcrs The Chattanooga will arrive tomor row afternoon or night from Evansville being the packet for that day The J B Richardson returns from CTarksvlllo Wednesday morning and leaves at noon for Nashville The Clyde will go to Commerce Mo after a load of wheat when she arrives and return here tomorrow night leaving for a return trip o tho Tennessee at G oclock Wednew day evening lu W Key Iteslun as Posmnster Mayfleld Ky Aug 9L W Key for several years posmaster of this city a prominent politician and one of the best known business men of tho state forwarded his resignation papers as postmaster to the Wash- Ington authorities J B Mason his assistant will succeed him tempor arily The resignation of Mr Key came I oflLouisvilleLife Insurance company of which Mr Key Is treasurer as It has been known In this city for some time that Mr Gregory was urging Mr Key to resign Ills position as postmaster and to assume active work in connection with his duties as treasurer of the Citizens Life Mr Key Is widely known through out this entire section of the coun try and the news that ho Is to give up his residence In this city will bo received with regret Since the announcement that a giant 10000000 Insurance com pany had been formed by Mr Greg ory and his associates It had been Intimated that Mr Keys services would be called upon In the organiz ation of the concern It was stated there tonight that Mr Key will re ceive a high office In tho manage ment of the new company formed by President Gregory IIIN SOCIAL CIRCLES I Picnic at tho Park A party of young people will enjoy supper at the park tonight Those Inl the party are Misses Fred Paxton Mary Cave Nell Shaw Alma Higgins of St Louis Elizabeth Doswell and Messrs John Donovan Frank Dono van Clay Kldd Morton Hand and Robert Fisher Master Somers Wilkinson little son of Dr and Mrs W W Wllker ron l0i Harrison street Is visiting his ferand parents Mr and Mrs Snook nt WoodvilleMr Bradley of Dandana and Mrs Louis Quarles and daughter of Anderson took dinner with Dr and Mrs Wilkinson Saturday Miss Opal Payne of Mayfield re turned home yesterday after a visit to Miss Mabel Lowery Mr and Mrs Lon Oliver of Fulton were In the city yesterday visit IngMiss Ruby Flack of Mayfield has returned home after a visit to friends In the city- Messrs Mel Byrd and Dell Nichols returned home last night from Ni agara Falls and other northern pointsMiss McCune of Owensboro In spector for the Homo Telephone thla1morningLouisville to become chief operatorI for the Homo Telephone lire C M iRJkor 1 ohas been visiting relatives at East Orange N J has returned homo Miss Allo Wilson has returned from Mayfleld where slug visited Miss Lyle Beadles Mrs K 11 Henderson Is visiting IIn Flint Uch MM V Q Garner returned Sat l reljlthCSPrinceton leader Mrs 0 W liaugh has returned home after visiting In Nashville Mr Arch Enders left Saturday for a weeks visit In CrIttenden county Mm Mary Boswell Is visiting her sister Mrs Alice Murphy at Fulton Mrs Henry Kolb and children are tho guests of Mrs diaries F Miller at Cairo MmI Victor Vorla and little daughter Elsie left Saturday night for a several weeks visit at Kenosha Wls Miss Ida Leo Steger who has been visiting relatives at C12 North Sixth Street has returned to leer home in Memphis Mr Emmett Bagby left yesterday morning for Monteagle Tcnn where he will visit Mr W 0 Dodd Mrs Harry 0 Campbell and Miss Floyd Mercer of Memphis are the Kuetrtq of their uncle Mr F M Me Glathery 235 North Seventh street Miss Bess Settle left Saturday for Terre Haute Ind to visit her sister Mrs Ellen Quinlan Mr Will Heddlck left yesterday morning for a weeks stay at Tate Springs Tenn He will visit In Chat tanooga and Monteagle before returning home Miss Nancy Baker left Saturday for Nashville where she will attend a house party given by Mr and Mrs Andrew Schlrer Miss Mary Evans of Twentythird street and Broadway has returned from an extended visit In West Tennessee Miss Katherine Melton of 1131 Madison street returned home after visiting In Bandana Misses Myrtle Haas and Annlce Williams returned home with her and will visit her for several days I Mr A E Boyd Is In WIckllffo attending circuit court MrRL B Ragan left this morning for Dowsed 1 I t I Mr Frank lUnkllffe will leave tomorrow for Loulsvlllo and Owens hero Mr and Mm Joe Alexander of proudIparents1 Mr John Harris spent Sunday In 114CenterMiss n3 Goodman and Mr Luther Goodman of Tipto IIIVllle Term are tho guests of their cousin Miss Bessie Smedley of South Fourth street A Certain Way To arrive at correct conclusions Is by personal experience The publics has proven i for over a decade that Ir tlrapeNutsis food which benefits body brain and nerves thousands have voluntarily so testified after personal ex perience For healths saketime Joy of feel ing well suppose you try a per sonal experlmentsay GrnpeNutb every morning for 10 days Theres a Reason POSTUM CEREAL CO LTD Battle Creek Mlcb j i rI I 4illrethis week Miss Vivian Byrd Jot Clarksvllle Team will arrive Tuesday to visit onrofIstreetI adtwoat Lowes Misses Maud and Ella Cunning ham 626 North Sixth street have returned from Toronto Canada Ni agara Falls and Buffelo Misses Ellen Boswell and Marjorie Bagby and Mr Reuben Bagby leftI this morning for a short visit to SmlthtandIMiss Adelaide Lovett of Mayfleld arrived this morning to visit Miss Vary B Jennings Mr John D Scott left this morning for Dawson Hiss Olga List and Mrs Fred I Acker have gone to Gibson Wells on a visit Mr C J Abbott route agent for the American Express company left this morning for an inspection trip over the Louisville division Mrs E B Pruess ot El Dorado Ark arrived this morning to visit Mrs Frank Wahl Miss Lucile Lamb of Paris Tenn who das been visiting Mrs H D Mc Elwee went to Dawson today Mr Marshall Puryear left this morning for a ten days visit to Clarksvllle George Block and Zeke Taylor left this morning for Marlon where they will play on the baseball team of that place Mr and Mrs Dan Orr of South Thirteenth street have gone to Dawson to spend two weeks I FOUR ARRESTED FOR ROBBERIES i NIGHTiSunday morning the police believe They have the thieves who have been making wholesale raids on groceries and saloons the past few days They are Ernest Smith Charles Reed Ordenla Reed and Ephrlam Story the first two being caught red handed In an alley near Eighth and Harris streets The quartette will be I heard In police court Thursday One warrant has been Issued against all four for breaking Into the grocery of Sam Bryant Eighth and Husbands streets Wednesday night and taking away a large supply of groceries and lother property Charles Reed and I Ernest Smith are charged with break Ing Into J L Potters saloon Eighth and howls streets Saturday night The latter were captured about 130 oclock Sunday morning by Pa trolman Hessian and bad In their possession a basket containing whis I ky brandy shoe strings and other property stolen from Potters The patrol wagon was sent after them I and Patrolman Terrell suspecting IDryontaIstoro n coal house In the alley near the Iin It la believed that all four worked together In the robberies In both Instances they entered byI means of a skeleton key and worked I quietly This Is the second robbery at Bryants grocery Warrants charging all with housebreaking were sworn out Ordenla Reed and Ephrlam Story were captured by Patrolman Doyle and Whltteraore Sunday morning INSTITUTE j I IS IN SESSION AT COURT HOUSF TODAY Excellent Program Under DirectionI of IVofessor Oaate rr04 Are Present The McOrackcn Countys SchoolI Teachers annual Institute began thisI morning at 9 oclock at the county court house It IB under tho dlrec tlon of Prof T J Coates superintendent of tho public schools of Richmond This morning was devoted largely to organization Supt S J Bllllngton of the count schools was chosen president for the institute and Prof L W Feezo- was selected vice president MUaI Maggie Harrison was made secretary The enrollment this morning showed I an ptt iidance of 4G teachers After the organization and a pliort talk from Superintendent BIHIngton other r speeches were made by C E Morris representing the American Book romI pany and Prof W II Sugg prince pal of the Paducan Hlgb school Thls afternoon the regular work was taken up Including talks onIII school discipline geography history and reading The committee on resolutions probably will be appointedlI this afternoon and other committees no program committee Is to bo a pointed owing to this being ellmlnat thS1oarI yearThe Inrtltuto will bo In session for five days and many things of Interestt will como up for dlscurrJon Profes SOT Coates is an excellent speaker and Instructor A piano has been provided and singing will be IndulgedI In as a regular part of the program I 4 1 rNEWS OPiiC mJ Pollro Court IIu Bernlce Melton and fined 10 and 5 respectively Breach of ordinance Sam Nance given GO days on the chain gang Harry Hlckey fined 50 Judgment suspended on condition he left town Flip Lee fined 10 Ma licious assault and woundingLy- man Titsworth continued until Wednesday Breach of peaceWill Towles continued Housebreaking Ernest Smith Charles Reed Orde nla Reed and Ephrlam Story con tinued until ThursdayII R G and E C Terrell to Stephen Collins property In Terrells Foun tain park addition 1 and other considerations FE Lack et al to The Lack Realty company property at Clements and Meyers streets Mechanics burg 1 and other considerations I Georgia A Crouch et al to Allle Arnold et al onefifth Interest at Sixth and Adams streets 450 BROOKPORT LOOKS FOR INTERURBAN TO BE A SUCCESS Brookport ill Auff 9 Special Incorporation papers were re ceived hero Saturday giving the states permission to begin working for subscriptions forthwith for the survey etc of the proposed Interurban from Golconda via New Liberty Hamktsburg Unlonvllle Brookpprt Metropolis to Toppa and a meeting of the directors has been called for ofltbeaction will be taken leading up to Immediate active work- People east of here are Interested In the project and 1 It Is believed that nect6Sarrjtorbe a comparatively easy task Padu cah which will be greatly benefited by this line will be asked to assist largely In the undertaking and a matter of 15000 has already been volunteered by an Indiana concern and Cairo Is reaching out her hoods toward us asking that we extend our line on down to them It Is believed thqt they will go something between 25000 and 50000 possibly even more Their Commercial club IIs at workAmerican Engineering company men will be here the latter part of the week and It Is generally under stood they are interested Jo tho ex tent to which the public have not been let Into as yet after we have a few good subscrlpblons taken we will have Eomethng which they can take up and do business upon C L Robertson one of the execu tive committee of the Ohio Valley Traction company who represents Paducahs side of the proposition Is very enthusiastic over the whole matter and Is working hard to get Paducah Interests lined up More people besides the American Engineering company are looking toward Brookport with greedy eyes as evidenced by a communication handed to the Sun correspondent here this morning from the Carml Burnt Prairie Fairfleld Traction company written to one of the most promi nent and Influentlon men of the Gooseneck of southern Pope county Experiment Station Dr C O Hopkins and Prot J E Readhelmer of the University of II llnola are here looking over the sIt- uation with a view of establishing an experiment station here and they In company with n Byrd Leeper ol Unlonvllle and S J Brown of this city drove over the section near to New Liberty yeeterdjyy This morn Ing they are drllnEpjil again to view two tracks one near Uqlpnvllle and one Just north of Brookport both of which Dr Hopkins says are suitable for use They purpose to se cure 10 acres which will have to be deeded to the state and will undertake to cultivate even 20 acres This days work will determine the loca tlon HOTEL 4RRIYAIS PALMERt J H Boswell May- field James E McCoy Indianapolis WoodrDenton Lee T Meyer St Louis J- III Leslie Cincinnati C L Moore St Louis Basil Duke Cincinnati J A Neal Cairo- BELVEDERE C H Bradley Murray Will H Hobner Boston Hub Davis JMayfield C J Howard lIen derson A Schmidt Louisville Goo A Clark Memphis F G SultZbach Indianapolis A B Morrow May- field C S Hale Evansvllle- I NEW RICHMONDi W F Burners Pittsburgh 1 C Reynolds Corinth Miss G W Serfert Mound City Miss Laura Taylor Evansvllle Joo Redd Evansville G H Adams MpI I H Campbell Cairo ST NICHOLAS J A Dunket St ILop1S W W Dowel Sharp Larla Robertson New York C Hoses Bonton JrLI aiunal Charleston bilsaI C P Malone Murray R M StrLouis D J Russell Madlsonvllle The best complexions do not at tract the most attentionJJ I SWING SWING SWING 1 t I I Everybody should swing at the prices Hart sells Swings The very best all bolted Lawn Swing made of firstclass material iron bearing perfectly silent no squeeking worth I 800 anywhere Harts price I OldTime Rope Swings the latest idea out the I IIvery thing to make strong healthy I children e GEO 0 HART SONS CO IncorporatedWANTEDSecond i WANT ADS IFOR SALEA good family carriage Inquire at Sun office UPRIGHT PIANOS 126 at 618 Broadway W T Miller Bro HAIR GOODSMade to order Louvenla Miller Old phone 374a EIGHT horse motor for sale cheap at The Sun office I IFOR RENT Furnished rooms All modern conveniences 303 Madison CityIlaundry LENDMechanicsBuildingI FOR TTh hotel at Norton ville Apply to F M Fisher for In formation ii 4 fM J E MORGAN Horse shoeing general repairing rubber tires 408 South Third street WANTEDTo buy a twoseated surrey for pony Apply 211 Broadway Old phone 165 ALEXANDER OVERSTIHEET of Reads avenue Rowlandtown has a Holsteln bull Stands at 1- I locationIforI dress Box 293 City I FOR RENT Offices and flat Seventh and Broadway Old phone 772a Ioive roam modern flat Rents for 12 Apply Mrs P G Reed 532 North Seventh I FOR SALE Freeh Jersey milk cow G L Fisher route G Old phone 1GG2 ring 4 FOR RENT Nice office steam heat In the Register building U S Realty Co Fraternity building FOR RENT one 3 and one 4 I room cottage 610 and 612 Adams Apply 501 South Sixth street VISIT BucUananfl snort order res taurant Open day and night 219 Kentucky avenue FOR SALE 1000 bushels of ear corn Retail or wholesale OUe Overetreet Both phones 133 FOR SALE Large iron safe In good condition Arts Talbot New phone 318 I PRESSING CLUB ibershfpl per month Clothes called for and delivered Jas Duffy Old phone 388a iI CLOTHES Cleaned and pressed Called for and delivered Solomon the tailor 111 Broadway old phone 110r r WANTED Boarders 312 South Sixth Large newly furnished rooms all modern conveniences Old phone 12G8rI WE WASH lace curtains very care fully Get them cleaner and whiter than you could at home Star Laun dry Phone 200 WANTEDYou to get our proposition We sell diamonds on easy payments Eye See Jewelry Co SIB Broadway SALEThree hundred 2 IFOUloads dry heating wood 121i per load Johnston Fuel company Both phones 203 YOUR LACE curtains needcleanl Ing You will make no mistake In sending them tp the Star Laundry Phone 200- COUNTEn and partition for salt=the one formerly used In the Register office In good coqdltlon Price 10 I oltlceI Livery formerly stable occupied 215 by Dickerson Harris Apply to F IM FisherWANTEDWe put new covers on umbrellas while you wait Large stock of umbrellas EyeSee Jewelry Co 315 Broadway I WANTEDPosltion about September tat by competent experienced stenographer Best of references given Address n care this office BRAIDS Switches Puffs Rorwpa dours and CUrls made to order from cuttings of hair combings Addle Core 812 Caldwell Old phone 1098 I WAiNTRD Railway mall clerks postofflce clerks carriers Examtna tlons In Paducah November 17 Preparation free Franklin Instl I tute Dept 98 E Rochester N Y v S600 I 400 I hand wardrobe with glass doors Must be cheap and In good condition Robinson 217 South Seventh- FOR mfITSecond story flat all modern conveniences and screened throughout furnace heat Mrs Louis D Pell 331 Madison FOR SALEGasoline engine tilt Ing table saw frame with 2Inch circular saw belts pulleys every thing complete for wood yard Price 110 S E Mitchell 32C S 3d FOR SALE Ford automobile 20 HP 4cyllnder roadster with Prestolite tank 5 lamps new tires and full equipment Bargain Quick sale Box 1 Paducah Ky FOR SALEGood team horses harness and wagon 250 2 14 Vulcan plows nearly new 1 each 2 sections zlg zag harrowu Johnston Fuel Co phones 203 FOR RENT Twostory residence southeast corner Fifth and Washing ton All modern conveniences CIty steam heat 35 per month J P I Smith WE STARCH lace curtains Just the degree of stiffness that makes them hang nicely and dry them upon frames that make them square and stretch them smooth and even Star Laundry Pbon ZOO LOST Near Fourth and Broadway today at noon a small red pocketbook with advertisement of B Wellle Son on tome Contained between 26 and 30 Finder will be rewarded by returning same to this office l TELEPHONE J11 Rickman for groceries coal stove wood charcoal fence posts crossties ccondband buggies and spring wagons Bottled In bond whisky for medicinal pun 1 poses 100 per quart Delivered to any part of the city Old phone S7S new G40 WE HAVE an automatic power machine tor the sharpening of laws mowers The only way to get them sharpened satisfactorily and accurately Also get our prices on garden hose II A Potter Supply Co Both phones G5a FOUSALEFlve acre fruitar chard apples peaches pears plums r raspberries all young bearing trees Supposed to be 1000 bushels of fruit In orchard Good threerroom house welt and outbuildings Onethird cash balance one and two years Good high land Ring Mrs James aiattl son 222G during the lay time FINE AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN OPPORTUNITIES have for sale a 25horse five passenger tpurlng cartwhich has been used one season Is In good condition and fully equipped magneto extra tires and all tools Price 70V Also have a live passenger touring car 3540 horse power car big roomy comfortable In good condition for which I oak 1100 01 interested and you care for a demonstration address Automobile care The Sun- COMnd Peonle Take Notice At the Star theater on Broadway you will have the opportunity to witness that grand production the Ute of Christ Jn a highly colored moving picture One solid hour of the grand est and most Instructive entertain ment ever produced You are heldyspell bound as you witness the events a- in the Life of Christ and Ills disci M plea as they pass before you as natu rat as life Itself This grand produc ton will be run for three days only for the benefit of the colored people Monday Tuesday Wednesday 9 1ft and 11 Admission 10 cents At Star theater on Broadway Dont mUs U threo days only JAMKS WOOAX JK IS llUltlKI IN OAK nitOVK James Jr tho oneyearold ton of Mr and Mrs Janice Grogan 1119 Monroe street died Saturday owning at C30 oclock Tho funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 3 ocllck the Rev n W Chiles officiating Burial was at Oak Grove Bank Short 1000 I Toledo 0 Aug 9J E Alvdrd secretary and treasurer of the continental Trust and Savings Bank com Ipany announced that 4000 of the banks cash la gone and also gave out the Information that a trustedI bookkeeper of the bank has been missing since July 28 V FAQK TWO + i W i tr3 v I wr4 Tr 7 4 f reIJ Personal iron aro judged by tho- T Flowers you send For quality and artistic arrangement order from i l r Paducah Kyi Both Phones 308 or 107 We do not IIKO Secondhand Design Frames- AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE Any place In the city for 25 Cento DayNew Phone 12Z8 Sight New Phone 141 Wanted 500 rooms to paper at 300 up JohnstonBros 1020 017n Harrison fit Old phone IFansI 900ADd Up Electric Work of All Kinds Byrd Electric Co Phone 104 On 11J s 7th St Illinois Coal 4 Feed Co SlxUentli and Tennessee Sis Our coal Is as good as the best and better than the rest Seo us before placing your order for winter coal LIBERAL DISCO tJNX FOR CASH Quality and wolght guaranteed Agents for the genuine lUg Muddy Coal DOW phones 2- S6ILLINOIS CENTRAL Grand Excursion t- oCHICAGO rr 5Speciall Train Leaves Pa- ducah 930 a m TUESDAY AUGUST 17 Tickets Good Returning August 25 Reduction of One = Half Fare for Children J T DONOVAN Agent City Office RMPRATHER T A Union Depot r ST VINCENT ACADEMY UNION COUNTY KY Boarding School for Young Lames and Children Modern fCQulpmenU music Drawidg end Patntingl Short hand and Typewritlg ate taught S according to tho test Improved methods The Maternal dls clpllne unites a careful training of character and manners with intelligent and physical develop ment nor Catalogue Terms etc address SISTER SUPERIOR IF VOUR HORSE SHOEING is not satisfactory consult C J BALLOWE Rubber TIres nUl lDI 311 Jltftasi AMKItlCAN WOMKX sum Countess Wolfeang Says America Is Sot Up to Date In Smoking Customs It Is absurd that you dont Allow women to smoke In your Motels said the Cquntess Wolfgang of Cas tellRudenhausen who Is stopping at the Hotel St Regis Such a privi lege is not denied women Id Europe Oh of course one may smoke In her own room as the manager will politely tell you but I mean in the dining rooms What Is there obJec- tionable If a woman emoties her cig arette after meals at the talile In this respect the American women are not up to date The countess and her husband Count Wolfgang of CasteltRudcn hausen aro Just completing a tour around the world They only stbp ped in New York for a few days and left Tuesday on tho Kronprlnz Wll helm for Germany whence they will go to their castle In Bavaria In Germany explained the countess we try to please our American and foreign travelers I know that many American women smoke in pUbllo dining rooms when they are abroad and It Is surprisI- ng that they are not allowed to do the same at home But despite the fact that I had to give up my cigarette after meals I enjoyed my visit to America The Countess CastellRudenhausen was very enthusiastic over her first Visit to tills country She expressed particular interest in the American women and their deep concern In the affairs of the day especially as pertaining to aeronautics add the suffrage movement- It must be fine to sail through the air In an airship said the coup tess I expect to have my first ride In a loftshlnV as wo call them when I get back to Germany I notice that tho American women have even planned to organize aero clubs for women We too are deeply Inter ested in the aviation problems of the day We look forward to tho successful conquest of aerial navigation only from a practical standpoint and as affording a new field for pleas ure I feel sure that I will enjoy my first flIghtNew York Telegram Once Great Shortstop III Denver Col Aug 9Uerman Long the veteran shortstop of the Boston National League nod a member of the Boston team under the management the late Frank Selee IB seriously ill In Denver Long came to Denver several months ago because of lung troubles head s11qTho Is wrinkled Info furrows that look like deep thought TAFT SPENT A LAZY SUNDAY WENT TO ClIURCir RID IN THE AFTERNOON Some Official Matters Will Re At temliM to This Week Among Tliein Census Appointments HAS A COMMKNOAllLK PLAN Dover Aug 9DeerlY Is almost as dry as Washington but President Taft spent a lazy Sunday In Ho morning1 With his daughter h6 at tended the Unitarian church and in the nfternon sat on the veranda over looking tile ocean and read The Greatness and Decline of Rome by tno Historian Ferrerero who spent a week at the white house with RooseVeJt At sunset the preSldeu took a long motor ride with his nlfc- IVesident Taft will have considerable official business this week He will dispose of tho matter of tho census supervisors throughout the country Secretary Nagel and direc tor of the census Durand aro coining to Beverly tile latter part of the week with a long list of names By the time they leave the president hopes to announce his position The president is fired on the policy of census appointments In the south In states which are solidly Democra tic he divided the appointments equally among Democrats and Re publicans and Insists that the ap 1olntee be not active partisans but capable men From tlesol1d south the presiI dent picked North Carolina Ten iiUKtve Kentucky and Missouri as de balable states and will treat them on the same footing as the northern atdtes giving all census Jobs to Re publicans lie Insists however on thj saline standard of efficiency and character In these states The states in which a division between Democrats and Republicans will be made are Virginia South Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama Mississip pi Arkansas Louisiana and Texas The president has decided to make no appointments of Judges of the newly authorized customs court congress having failed to make ap propriation for Judges or other offi dale If the president should ap point Judges now he will have to fix their salaries Taft turned over to Secretary MacVeagh the task of selecting five members of the tariff committee These experts are intended primarily to assist the presi dent with information and inquiries as to the administration of the max imum and minimum provision Taft Is expected to do work on his message to congress until Htf returns to Washington but has a general out lino of the message In mind while tho members of the cabinet are preparing detailed reports Having tried the Myopia Links the president will play 18 holes oVer the course of the Essex Country club to day John Hays Hammond will have a hand in the game DOTS Dont eat tot much Dont drink at all And If youd find Some comfort small And number through- A peaceful night Dottt read the donts That people write The estimated population of Eng land and Wales is 35350000 as against 31517000 ten years ago A shoal of herrings is sometimes five or six miles long and two or three miles broad A WiseSummer Breakfast Post Toastiesand Fresh Fruit with cream Whohisom Delicious Setisiying The Taste Lingers Soil hi Grocers Pkgs toc s Uie Postum Cereal CoUdDnttleCreell lIch r lE i is w OWES xmsN6fb1M HERDD o LIFE TO Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Vienna W VaIfeel that I owe thellaat ten years Lydia E1Iukllams Vege table Compound Eleven years ago I was a walking shadow Ibad been under the doctorl- carebutgotnorellet My husband per tryLVegetable Com pound and It worked lUke a charm It re all my talus id misery I advise all suffering lomen to take Lydia E Piuknams CompoundnitsEuuAWnEATo Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com made from native roots and Sound contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs and the record for tile largestl number of actual gurus- of temnl dlaoasesoC any similar Medicine In the country and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in LynnMasscured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation ul cerationdisplaccments fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache indigestion and nervous prostration Byery such suffering woman owes It to herself to rive Lydia E llnkhams Vegetable Compound atrlal If you would llkoHpvvIul advice about your case write u confiden tial letter to Mrs IMiikliaiu nt Lynn Mass Ifer advice Is free and always helpfu- lMUTILATED BODY OF WOMAN FOUND HA11 KVinKXTIA IIKKX ASSAULT 1m AM Mmi iilKI I Alystory yin Mlcliltran Itallnns In I Tlint Inrilculiir Vicinity Have I Bern Annoying Women AND TIIIJV iRE SUS1liTID jDutroItj Mloh Aug 9The muti lated body of a woman about 35 yjrars of ago was found in a clump of underbrush at HamptromKk tfila county Tho woman was apparently assaulted and killed Tho skull was crushed and the face ana body covered with bruises Tho clothing was disarranged Tho victims purse was torn open and noth ing left which would serve to Identify the body The ground for yards about was torn up arid bits of flush In the womans fingqr nails Indicate that she made a fight The land wnereon the body was found is owned ttlY an Italian Slerrlra Marke who lately entertained many Of his countrymen No suspicion Is attached to Marks but officers investigating reports that women have been annoyed recently by some or Markea guests the Jaet week or two Ono woman says she was accosted near where tho body was found a week ago by a man who she thought was an Italian ifo proposed that she accompany him Into tho underbrush and the woman fled WILL HAVE FRUIT AiT WUIl ntON PLANS TO LIVK ELL AT FltANKFOUT Newly Appolnle l CiisliMlInn of Slato Capitol lliillillnt Itcturnx Fni siI1s Inu Capt Wade Drown the newly ap pointed custodian for tho state capitol l building at Frankfurt arrived In Paducah yesterday from his big farm near Ktvll He returned this morning Captain Drown said his wife Is at work preserving fruits for their use the coming winter at Frank fort Ho will leave August 20 for Frankrort to acquaint himself with his new duties while ills wife will join him September 1 FUAUI SCIIKMK Jfcw York folic Want ABulnst Ilct Lire Agents The Inspector of the New York city pollco has sent Chief James Col hue of the local pollco department a card warning local authorities to be on their guard agalnst a fraud sow licitor calling himself A Bronnan He Is believed to be working south and represents himself as an agent for an eastern engraving houso and solicits orders for engraved business and visiting cards Who Is that man whom you greeted 7 theflut Sourlfe NEWS FOREGASTFOR WEEK PRKSlDKNTfl MOVRMRNTS WILL COMVfAXn POPULAR IXTKRfcST Sutton Inquiry llfglns Again Today and Sensation Miiy Develop Thaw Arnillg Decision DUK TITS COMIXO THURSDAY Washington Aug 9 Although shlfltdItoThe president has some unflnlkhed business tho disposition of which will be of no more or less Interest whllp Ills efforts of relaxation will bo followed with populdr concerti Harry Thaw will again figure in newspapersJustice Thursday whether Thaw will be sot at liberty Tho court of inquiry which Is investigating the death of Lieutenant Sutton of Annapolis reopened Its session today The letters written by the lieutenants mother preceding tho Inquiry figured in tho opening One of tho most Important meet ings of the week will bo the nix drays session of tho National Irrigation Congress opening at Spokane Wash ington today The annual encampment of tho Grand Artily of the Re public will bo on all week at Salt Lake City Other scheduled gatherings are Today at St Joseph Mo international Typographical union Wednesday at lunging Midi Na tional Firemens association xThursday tional Stereotypors and Eleolrotypurs unionSaturday at Seattle prleon nuo ciaUon TIll action of Japan In comment lug the construction of AntungMuk den railroad despite the protests of China will bo tho foajure of tho far eastern news owing to tho poMHilllty or an armed Math over Japan dew termination to broaden and improve the lino Tho strike movement In Sweden has almost the entire country In tte grip and tho grievances of the men dro so serious that there tit little like lihood of their bog compromised speedily Tho most serious complica tion la the mutiny of two Swedish regiments In northern Sweden White Spain to apparently calmed tho situation In Morocco Jla rtlll sort relnfoteImunt8 to resist Spain advance Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed for five weeks flood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover Ids leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salvo com pletely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqucvllle Tex For eczema bolls burns and piles Its supreme 25c at all druggists GICAV HAIRS RAXISHKI Tho old Idea of using sage for darkening the hair is again coming In vogue Our grandmothers used to have dark glossy hair at the age of seventyfive while our mothers have white hair before they aro fifty Our grandmothers used to make a sago tea and apply It to their hair The tea made their hair soft and glossy and gradually restored tho natural color Ono objection to using such a preparation was the trouble of male lag It especially as It had to be made every two or three days on account 6f It souring quickly This objection Ins been overcome and by asking al most any firstclass druggist for Wyeths Sago and Sulphur tho public can get a superior preparation of sago with the admixture of sulphur another valuable remedy for hair and thlllI1reparatlonstore the color of tho hair but will alto stop the hair from falling out and make It grow It Is sold by all druggists for COc and 100 a bottle or Is sent direct by the Wyeth Chem teal Company 74 Cortlandt St New York City upon receipt of price For sale and recommended by W J Gilbert d Fruits atttTheir II BestI Fruits aro always wholesomo and delightfully refreshing but when they aro such fine sound beauties as wo now dls t01l111tling that tho citrus fruits aro sploni did tonic for the overdainty stomach these days ji Wo have lots of steady cus tomers for specially prepared baskets of fruitsan assortment of your own selection at moderato prices Ask about thom theyre better than a box of candy lots bettor I ILOUIS CAPORAL 331 Broadway New Phone 1511 uy 2 I THE SHOWS SHOWOF F6 BIG DAYS tNIGHTSI J 30 00000INcS HORSE SHOW AND WViWS DAILY AND IllS BAND 11 FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE 25 Here the llaest live slock sad the best farm products ate assembledlrUa metis Mend amusement Is combined with information Show rata or shine day ami 4- I night la the largest sad most rasfnlllceot Live Stock ravllloa Id too woddtQuarter o1 a Million Will lie Here CONC RAILROAD RATESNFOR INFORM ATIONC ATALOGUEENTHY J W NEWMAN Secretary nsci 320 Paul Jones BId Louisville K7 COBBS BATTERY lIOM S UHlXIOX AT KUTTAVV MINKKAI SIIIINCS thin CCIrttltMI Vlonina piillion Thc1Ye Hiituiiliiy Id Idtnill Old HIIJH Several liumirtHl iteorfo were In at toudaaco at the malflii of Canted trnto wtorone hold at Mlttocal W11 Springs near Kuttuwa last Saturday desire W if IaUwwou Lunt 8U V etm Jall1t1e SktHiHir Tom KtMtlctty James Stftnltiy and oUiwra wekt fron Iaduoah Tho next rounlou will b hold next year soar 1rlneaton Investigation of the nutritive TOluoe of the various vurlfitliw of pow tatoos shows that nit olatttnteil tubers stand highest Half or the butiiut of lifting Iso pie up is a matter of hrerng then upMARRIED OMEN Thousands grate fully the and relief from use of tu hook milk rrre4altiI i rt nt THE CO Oa F 19O9 I u- tI I HIPPODROME I RACESNATIELLO PASS I I LOW f s I I r l l lI 1 J l t iRAILROAD NOTES YrIVotik DiiKKan hat as of tilt Meall IHInolA Uon s tral and hat a rtmlliir at the shops In Must at Louis n wlM be by 1WI OMwn M In the storeroom Mr Outran has hold the tire years and plus bton a ma JvrosBt of the I MactcimlUi of the Illtnoto OMUrsJ nUkwail shujHK will Ui va ti Friday fer JnHI whore wilt Hllvad the ntiUHfll of 111 Rail raid MMtmr UtockMHttha awtociallwn JIe will Ye IHI toy Wjoined I C of the canto do JlNirtmmit of the shops fur mvrly of you know I bad heroine an peter Htii I heard yon hail 4II Itftnt OH tM Itagotliy Slop rs The prayer that rkw IHI Ute worn a way out to HM lo6tI 4 the aspen R woman ly and many of ihem the loss of their ish forms after marriage The bearing of children destructive to the mothers shapeliness All of this can be avoided by the use Mothers before baby comes as this liniment prepares 4 ofIIbody for the strain upon it and preserves the symmetry of her I Methnrc FrIend makes the danger of childbirth Iless and carries I h safely through this critical period tell of benefit derived the this remedy ItoidbrUrontiiU tioisperu mnuien DllADFIELD REGULATOR AtUnt resigned storekwptf accepted padtloa companys lUtcMded accountant tKMHIoii atalettlt forsnwn dupMtmtttit Niagara MMTttiilfHMiUi eMveatloH InUrttatlonttl Chtengtt Sflfcolteld JlarnsJde Iaducuh JI4f1fI Ibt hattrt- a1wa Every shape figure deplore Friend HOT1IEttt f 1 F2IENDYII 1 The Best Carriage Service Paducah You get handsome well appc lntcd carriages when rr- I r- II wrve you We Kite prompt personal atun lion aU times I I HARRY L ANDERSON PHONE 915 I t r u 4 ALL AFTERNOON OUTING Down the Ohio River i r Sunday August 8th on the Steamer Bettie OwenAVHITI picoiii ONLY 3 hours stay in Metropolis Good music No Intoxicating drinko or Improper characters allowed nboui l Come ChildrenNoRound Trip 20 Cents float leaves foot of Kentucky Avenue at 2 oclock sharp and footjof Elizabeth street nt 115 oclock Returning not later than 700- J R UOLUNS Master 1 IIw Pr IAXTON sldoBt l riidin Smith ha Aviv qbJer covets girl is often In at P PURYRAR Cashier I tIt- Aabtant CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK 11- reryrat 9i Third and l3roadway City Depo9iforyo e Capital r KmmMM er e a16000180000Rloclclioldcn100000S rotal tentity to depositors h 11110000 I Accounts of Individuals and ttiini solicited We appreciate mall as well as large deposit ad accord to all Uw we courteous treatmentsayurr1LvptI INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OPEC SATURDAY NIGHTS FROM 7 TO 8 OCLOCK t 111 if1 Itni 1 I 4 1 MOXDt AtGtteT 0 THE IAlMJCAI EVENING= SUNPAO 8E 11N B Z HOLLAND M D t dooms 200211 Fratornlty Dill Wtfh Dr Rivers Special attention to obitatrici and diseases ot women Botht IGUojr 1j j Attention Dairymen t Mrs Crano in her report of Pa ducah nays the paper milk cheeks aro germ carriers 10II protect your customers by I ing a brass or aluminum check I 1 which may bo sterilized at any lime When wear isconsldcr 1 cd they aro cheaper than tho iif paper ones i t 1I1ANOTii1J1tI I For sale by THE DIAMOND STAMPVORKS i Phones nH I 111 South Third Street I NEW STATE NOTE I jiinuoroLis ILL K A Halley Prop 1 Neircflt and Rest Hotel In the city hates fliOO Two largo snmplo motiiii Until rooms electric light f Tile only centrally located Hotel lIn the city 0 C M M K It O I A L IATRONAGBI SOLICITED I t KlkLTHECOUGH ANDCURETHELUNGS WltHDRKING9S NEWDISCOVERY rMIOUCH5 Itl50cSWO rvjOLDS fTRIL11ODUrafA- MBAl1TIiROATAkoLUUGTROUBIES tI CVAIANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY RCVfD D HOTELE 4ST DENISI BROADWAY and 111th STREET NliW VORK CITY Wllfctn ry Anna ft trrlf IMut nr JMirr t Iii If IIIJr rnH nmumiilirr- 3mI nilr talk of lib ipiaclllMr t X flVrn YoI f P of rullnr ltt Ari IntL ivwrirofli N n1I Iouu KiivMtiiwi ROOMS 100 PER DAY AUD UP 1 err fnitininillnxn trample lluunnal llrntiinnlilp lisle I DUROPLAN PLAN Table dMotc Urcakfcit SOc VMI TAYLOR SON Inca a w y I Ticket Offices City Office 428 Broadway DEPOTS I StIUnion Station Departs LY Paducah 745 am Ar Jackson 1230 pm Ar Nashville 130 pm Ar Memphis 330 pm Ar Hlakman 135 pm Ar Chattanooga 927 pm Lv Paducah 210 pm I Ar Nitiivlllo 865 pm Ar Memphis 840 pm Ar Hlckman v 836 pm Ar Chattanooga 244 am Ar Jackson 01731i pm Ar Atlanta 710 am Lv Paducah GOO pm t t Ar Murray 732 pm Ar Paris 915 pm Arrivals I Arrives 126 p m from Nashville Memphis and all Southern points Arrives 816 p m from Nashville ttt Memphis nnd nil Southern points 75Q a m train connect at Hol J low Rock Jct with chair car and 1 Buffet Broiler for Memphis f 210 p m train connects at Hol low Hock Jet with chair car and Buffet Broiler for Nashville F L Welland City Ticket Agent 430 11roadwoyIE B Burnhom Agent Fifth and Norton Sts- R M Pratlier Agent Union Depot t llGAR Wt WHITTllMORlJ REAL t4AGENCY ERGS lmAL ESTATE PRICE LIST Cell StaJ or Tel plont for h t aVolU 835 FRATERNITY BLDC PADUCAH KY t e y j t FOR SALE 5 room houso on South 12th street 1BOO 3 room houso on Tennessee street 1800 4 room houso on Clements IBtreet 97BO I Will R Hendrick I CALIFORNIA UOI1IV HOOD Believes In tho Dixlriie f tVminoii Ownership of Property I I In the recent arrest by rangers o i the Santa Barbara forest of Ucor Orimn the settlers have been re1 llovol of n HQcond Robin Hood says tho San Francisco Chronicle Grlfi1 fire was apprehended for numerous thefts committed by him from camps mounItalnlprior to lily arrest has In it many oti tho olcmcntt of tho dramatic and1 l tho authorities before whom ho was brought consider him a port of enigma Griffin appeared In Sant l1avlngIwalked way from Portland According io Ills statements lie sought work In Santo Barbara butIt unsuccessfully and finally took to tho mountains II Ila a socialist andI bclneves In tho doctrine of comma i1 ownership of property and upon ape Sabl1larcultI f i hi breaking In and helping himself toI obundantjlupplr+ 1I lghtedldowni ho tramped scores of miles into the interior fastnesses of tho mountains I I living principally upon such game ar could be brought down with ono ofr his numerous guns During theI couiw of his tramp ho como uponI the cabin of Forest Ranger Dins more and appropriated to his own useI Kuch articles as struck hilt fancy before continuing his wild tramp onr ward Upon discovering ills to Ranger Dlnemore and Ranger Ltbeu started In pursuit and knowing that their quarry waa heavily armed andI likely to result arrest they disguised thonttclvps as vaqueros and cam j upon him from tho rear and boforoj If was aware of their proseneo they had him covered1 I Although of slight buHd anti1 Grlffilh1duringthe rough mountains carried a pack I weighing 150 pounds and endured allII KiVta of hardships which resulted 1 Inii practically demidhrg him of clotWng and covering his body with numerous scars whore ho had como In contact with tho stiff brush and sharp stones When found he was almost starved1 and his wild night had left him In precarious condition In splto of tho seriousness of Ills position Grtmth ncomed to take tho matter lightly worried not at all for his future Ho refuses to divulge any Information1 regarding his history and his strap actions havo made his arrest ono ofi moro than ordinary interest I I M family has gono Into tho count try for n month old man and tir ant coulo up old follow j hay I I sworn off playing pokerHoustonP- oat I I Gambling has taught many 11I young man how ho couldnt mak j money i Ce j P K Milam Dentist S29 Braidnj Old Phu 69 t Ii L C TDCfi tTABLH ii Corrected to May 9th 1001IArrive Paducah I Leuln1J1 Cincinnati east 8izam 1 LouisTillo 416u nt pm Louleville Cincinnati cast 610 pmI Hphls N Orleans tcuth 128pm Mphla N Orleans south1120 amtt tfoyflold and Fulton r 740 mI Princeton and Byllle M 610 pm Princeton and Erllle x 418 pm Princeton and Hopvllle 900 am Cairo St Louis Chicago 736 am I Cairo St Louis Chicago 800 pm Uetlia Carbdale St L1100 am It tfetlli Carbdale St L OIj I5S ani i Leapee Paducah loulsrllle Cincinnati east 138 am xiutBvlHe to 760 am joulayillo ClnclnnatJ east 1126 am tfemphbj N Orleans south 157 am Memphis N Orleans south lISpm hayfield and Fulton 420 pm Princeton and Evlll 133am Princeton and Brilo 1126 am i Princeton and Hopvllle 840 pm Cairo st Louis Chicago 910 am Jalro St Louts Chicago O 8 IB pm J etllt Carbdale St L40am- SetUs lri1 Cllf O rI K MtlTBVR tat I Itftlma IMieB- r L G s CONDITIONS AS CLEWS SEESS THEM CROP OUTLOOK FAVOKABLK EX CHPT AS TO COTTOX Call Money Easy Rut Time Loan Clroiviiic n lilt Slitter in the East At TO TltADi AND INDUSTRY New York Augt Special The New York market continues un der control of the bjg operators What with thclrdcslro to sustain fiie market In order to dispose of thel thfineccaelty fogr tho large now security Issues con 0tthreofor any Important downward goat tion In tho absence ot unfavorable mows Of the latter there was prac tically none Tho crop outlook Is now the mostt Important factor In tho general situ anon As anticipated tho govern Imont cotton report was unfavorable nnd had a marked effect upon thoI 1llrlce of that staple While some1 Improvement is possible In the condl tlon of the plant during the re mnlnder of the season It Is practlcal ly a foregone conclusion that thot cotton crop will bo a short ono nUllIl that high prices must be expected this season This means good times I ror sections where tho Injury was1 slight and vice versa for sections where tho Injury Was great If is I willIboi ton for tho reason that many of the I European mills are running upon I short time and Europe is possessed at a larger supply alreadrII thlgralne I satisfactory July and August are frequently months of deterioration I govlornmentsallow a slightly lower percentage of condition than a month ago It can I not be claimed however that there I j 111 any great shortage of grain In Ijfact tho corn crop promises to be tho largest on record and prices rorII all agricultural products are bo exceptionally profitable For Ito reason there Is an optimistic feeling throughout tho entlro grain jbolt both merchants and bankers in tlioso sections of the country antlcl cpatlng with much confidence a good autumn trade Tho agricultural out look as a wholo Is beyond question encouraging because of tho profit able basis upon which It Is at pros ent working Industrials ofhmuiliplyIAs said In previous advices tbo volume ot production In most ln dustrlcs is not yet equal to that ex- Isting before tho panic yet the ten 0g0r output fortunately there is a brlslJ demand for all the products ot our mills both present and prospec tive Tho iron industry continues very active there being a rush or orders for nearly nil classes ot steel products whllo tho pig Iron output which last month was at tho rate of 25500000 tons Is rapidly approach Ing recordbreaking proportions The cotton industry continues quite active though somewhat handicap ped by tho high prlco of tho raw inn terlal There Is however an entire absence ot oversupply and a brisk demand for cotton goods Is reported In all of tho Westorn markets Tho only branch of this Important Indus try at present suffering is tho export trade which naturally feels the effect pt high prices Ja tho woolen busi ness hero la much activity the mills are well sold up and prices are firm largely owing to the advance and activity In wool which Is comparatively scarce Only one Impor tant market has lagged behind and Hiat has been copper Tho domestic demand for this article Is now im proving in common with other metals and better prices would have been realized no doubt wore it not for the fact that production Is still increasing faster than consumption and running at recordbreaking fig ures Mercantile prospects are ox cellent and business men generally arc not only anticipating a good fall trade but aro making preparations accordInglyICall Money Call money continues plentifull and graduallyhnrdonlngl anticipated during tho next two or three months This is duo to thoI revival of business activities and reparations for financing tho crops The west will undoubtedly need some assistance from this center for the latter purpose and tho employ ment of funds Jn that capacity will I of course tend to firmer rates Tho effect ot firmer time money upon tho stock market Is somewhat proble matical If stocks are to bo pushed to a higher point the natural result will bo to drlvo money out of stocks into Holds where It can secure bettor returns although high rates for t market I gether As a result of firmer money there have been some liberall offerings of finance and other bills against American securities abroad tIT IJUVEI IticotporatodJ EXCURSION TO TENNESSEE RIVER Steamer Clyde every Wednesday al 5omS- teamer Kentucky every Saturday at 5 p m Only 800 for the round trip of tire days Visit tho Military National park at PHUburg Landing ror any other Infovjaatlon apply to the PADUOAH WHARFBOAT CO agents JAMES KOGER Sopk There has also been somewhat better supply ot commercial bills In anticipation of cotton and grain ship mdnta Tho reCent Weakness In ox effecrtual stoppage updh gold exporter and later on a considerable Increase In security bills Is anticipated in con ncctlon with forthcoming security Issues laternationahoTho International situation Is bet ter than a week ago owing to abate anent ot tho troubles In Spain These now seem to bo over and aro not likely to caUse any difficulty In the foreign money markets although Purls which represents largo hold4 Ings of Spanish securities showed some temporary weakness when the crisis was at Its height NoW that tho tariff Is settled the sentimental effect will prove bcheflclal although practically tho tariff makes no dlf fervuco whatever to business in gen changeslor awards tho net result ot the new bill being practically victory somelilmecsts recognized that they hail but lit lUo to fear from any downward re Ivislon and have consequently gone ahead with little regard to the tariff newItarllrtimental effect of relief from agate tion Such troubles as come from tho new measure will be chief1 to Its administration Itbosorelotlng operations must still with great precaution ilt Is not impossible that prices may butIare already unwarratftedly high an4 diBIlot the market whenever goof news is forthcomingsigning the tariff bill for instanceare highly sug gestive Time outlook Is certainly encouraging and prevailing optimism cannot be Ignored yet all tho good features dlscornlblo navo been pret ty well discounted A distributive market such as tho present one ap pears to be holds many opportuni ties for tho nimble operator for quick in and out trading It is reasonable to assume that the tactics of the past such as marking up sharply first and stock and then an other will pgaln be used in an en ileavor to old as well as disguise the liquidation which will bo at tempted In other departments of the that Quick In and out operations on the long side howeer should be en toed into with carefulness as we are still of tho opinion that clam digging is unprofitable at high tldo HENRY CLEWS BANDY EPITHETS D CONSIDER HONOR BOARD TO I PREVENT BIXKJDSilED Controversy Arose Over Editorial in Constitution Attacking Admin Istrntion of Smith i Atlanta Ga Aug 7qt controversy which has been raging between CODlU1tuUont Journal has reached a point thatj seems to make a personal encounter inevitable Tho controversy has been going on for nearly a week with un ceasing bitterness and today tho two I editors exchanged epithets which the general public think will lead tol bloodshedEditor I Gray referring to Editor Howell says this afternoon Caught redhanded as a fakir convicted of stupidity which cannot distinguish between public affairs which aro legitimate aqd private at faIrs which are not legitimate subjects of controversy and perverting oven those private affairs with wilful mendacity ho exposes his true char acter to tho people of Georgia as a fool a scoundrel and a Mar Choice Epithets Ripped and rlvan to his sawdust heart this stuffed rag baby of Goor gla In journalism Is flung to the con genial fellowship of lho vermin moro hIlicharacterI loathsome careerlll tonlorro11II0rninc who has been so openly branded in these columns as a fishmonger a bnllyiAt refinement as not to know the ameni ties of gentlemanly discussion a hopeless ors to whom trUth and hon CABINETOFFICERS LEAVE WASHINGTON HITCHCOCK ALONE WILL RE MAIN AT CAPITAL Nagel Will Visit St Louis Cannon Leaves for DanvilleOthers- Go Home I CHIEF CLERKS fARE TO RULE Washington Aug 9WJth Presi dent Taft at Beverly Mass and most of the cabinet officers gono or about to go away for the summer tho second tier of officiate or what Is known as the permanent government Is In charge ot affairs In Washington Things will run ton as smoothly at they always do when tho heads ot tho departments go off tho Job dur ing the heated period Two members of tho cabinet are charged with cor tale responsibilities under tho terms of the new tariff law and from time to time during the summer It may bo necessary for them to return to Wash- Ington These are Mr Kwox secretary of state andMr MacVeagh seC- retory of tho treasury Mr Knox has left for his country place at Valley Forgo Pa where he will spend a phorL time playjng golf on his own links apt driving rome of Ms thoroughbreds Secretaries Balllngcr and Dickin son aro already enjoying their yarn ton Balllngcr tag been In the west for eome time- Attorney General Wlckersham will not get much of a vacation this year He has been charged with the duty of preparing certain data to be used In the presidents message to con gresllat the December session The attorney general will spend as mucb time as possible at Me Long Island home vibrating between that place and Beverly and Washington MncVcngii Leaves Monday Secretary of the Treasury Mac Veagh will recuperato at his summer home at Dublin Home N M while Secretary of tho Navy Meyer will spend his vacation at Hamilton Mass which is not far removed from BeverlySecretary of Agriculture Wilson will go to Iowa for a brief eojourr on his farm there but jn accordance with his custom ho will spend most of the summer at his desk In the de partmentSecretary Nagel of the department of commerce and labor has gono to hie summer homo at Marion Mass He will remain there only a week returning then to continue the work of reorganization In his department Ho will then go to Marlon and wlU visit his old homo in St Louis bcforfc returning to take up the winters work hero From present indications Postma ter General Hitchcock will be selected to sit on tho lid If so bo will rev main at the capital until early tall Vice President Sherman Is at his home In Utica N Y Speaker Cannon loft today for his homd In Danville III Padncah Ky July 3 1909 Messrs Hays Mlller Bros Gentlemen I am delighted to say to you that the sample bottle of flays Specific I used from yOU has done even mOre than you recom mended or than I anticipated I can truly and with confidence assure anyone who uses it that it will not die appoint them in any case of Rheuma tism or Torpid Liver Further than this I have not trIed it hence this deponent saycth no further This July 3 1909 Gee W Lan dram attorney at law and master commissioner of LIvingston circuit KyIPaducah Ky July 3 1909 onesufferinghad what was called Eczema for a number pt gearel could flnd no ro lIarsSpecIficsclontloualy recommend it to any one Buffering with Eczema Try it and bo convinced Jtfy office Is at the wharfboat my phone No 49 D M STREET The carrying of a bill book in his side pocket gives a man more or lees prestige even If there IIsnt anything in ItIAn I International weather code will soon bQ In utofho wOlidOei1 furthor1 IjauSo the vo4bulary of disgust aid contbmpf So whats the use of urther cor nerlllg a polecat T irdcreature+ the only avenue of available1 escape and fairly caught and chastised he ThechaseBut this controversy has not been without avail it It has put this venomous snake on notice that ho shall not hereafter let personal attack take the place of legitimate discussion I It Is understood that so serious aro the fears of bloodshed that It Is proposed to form a board of honor to adjust the matter in an amicable way The controversy began by an elm tonal In the Journal censuring tho Constitution for criticising former Coy Holce Smith and his administra ion VVfl VkIS 50SCHOLARSHIP LIFE 36 i I Time to get busy la NOW Special Summer Unto NOW ON at I DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGEi I IIIndorsellI J i I DRIVINOII comes first among outdftor recrea 1 tions Cupids greatest oonquestis of love are made In carriages and Invalids court health the name way Our turnouts ot nil kinds aro tho smartest and roadsters that can give the duet to our horses are Bard to find In this town Make yourself solid with somebody by calling at oUr livery and engaging the means of a spin I fIlE TULLY LIVERY C0 Il Incorporated x Bolh phones476Corpgr Fp lII yjj and Kentucky avenue J r l 4 n OLD WINE IS THE BEST t- OLD FRIENDS ARE THE TRUEST But tho best Soda Water with the truest frult flavor Is dfawn 1 from our New UptoDate Sanitary Icolcss Fountain nIl bound to 1 i be better for It Is handled and taken care of In the most approved I OopnterIwholesome Inspect our workboard and 4 workroom and sea for yourself 1 thlogitbIIiSOfS1 DONT FORGET That we will launder your linen tt a manner that will do you proud not only one time but every time not ono week but every week of the fiftytwo To make sure though try us for a month youll try us the rest of the twelve We ask your jaundry work because we can do it right We do carpet cleaning too Oof our priced I rr NEW CITY LAUNDRY f Phone 121 City Transfer Co- G L Van Meter Manager l All Kinds of HaulIand Washington Strccti ri Warehouse for Storage Both PJioncB 499 T 1 a HANDLING TliET TIEAT that goes into UOMAM FLOUR tea matter of the greatest carE ONLY the finest soft red wlnter wheat 18 used Insist on your grocer Bonding you a sack of MOMAJA the next time you order groceries Wo ask you to do this tho first time after wards you will do BO of tour own accord 1 F L GARDNER A Oo Distributers t 1 1140 Broadway it t REDUCTION IN FUNERAL CARRIAGES I Wo have reduced tho prices of all carriage tq Oak Grove Mt Kcnl 1 ton and Mt Carmol Cemeteries t Nance tJ Rogers x FUNERAL DUIKOTOHS AXD KMBALMEIIS rD13Sodtli Third Street tI Old Phono ODD New phone 314e a i iGET BUSY AND GO TO THE NEW PLUMBING FIRMI ARTS a TALBOT 1 Plumbing Gas and Steam Fitting 10 Now Phono 318 117 South Fifth Street Old Phono 302 I J S MITCHELL 4 WARDEN ELECTRICAL WORKSp s Motorsj Dynamos House Wiring j T 1 v ipairing and Supplies Everyt in g Ellectricalh 326328 S Third StPaducohiKyP- hoae ttNe r 423 Old 48Ja n 1 I II L VV s+ evJp w rta Tf W n1rAaltJ TO EAST ST LOUIS JOSEPH WAIKKK 11KCOMKS MAS TEn MECHANIC THKHK Well Known Official Here Wins ne sewed Promotion In Railroad Scrrlcc Joseph F Walker left last night for East St Louis 111 where ho has been promoted as master mechanic succeeding W Mcintosh who has been made master mechanic at Memphis Mr Walker has been general foreman of the locomotive depart ment of the Illinois Central shops and his appointment was a pleasant surprise to his many friends as he Is ono of the youngest master me- chanIcs In the service of the road Walker began with the railroad twelve years ago when ho started In as an apprentice After serving his time be was made a foreman and was put In charge of the repair shops at Princeton Two years ago he was made general foreman of the Padu cah shops Mr Walker Is a Paducah boy and in his new position will have charge of the equipment of the railroad from Drookport ill to East St Louis No permanent appointment has been made to succeed Walker James Hofllch who was appointed round house foreman recently Is acting as general foreman and It lIs perImanentlyround house foreman while George Kellar is gang foreman Master Mechanic Nash Is out of the city but he Is expected to make permanent appointments In a few days KING EDWARD ItULJ1tINS STAKE ON MoltI OANS TIPJI II I German and English Nobility hi On- DealSell at a Prollt New York Aug 9Wall street after tho close of business this after noon buzzed with tho report on a straight tip from J Plerpont Morgan that King Edward of England had cleaned up more than 1000000 in palled States Steel common In the past three months The report ori ginated in a quarter that gave It at least a semblance of plausibility and Investigators ran down some details which mado It generally believed belrecalledMr Morgan at Windsor Castle Shortly after that visit when United States Steel common was selling at from CO to C2 an order came from England sources for tho purchase of 60000 shares at the market price Nobility Let in on Deal this deal Involving the expendi ture of about 2500000 was made the report current today states on King Edwards account The stock sold today at 76 U It Is estimated that less commissions and with dlvl dends credited to the stock King Ed ward Is considerably more than 1 000000 to the good lie could takes that profit should ho sell as todays quotations Membcs of the German nobility and some close frlencs or King Ed ward It Is said also went into Steel common at tbo time or Mr Morgans visit to tho king and have sold out at a good profit The stock has gone up G points In tho past week and 36 points since February It has sold as low as a fraction under 9 a share 800 UEACHINa OUT Plans Lines Irom Ciumdu Wheat Fields to the Gulf Chicago Aug 9The Soo line Is raid to be planning to acquire a much larger portion of tho tonnage between Chicago and the northwest than It now enjoys and alco to obtain a line from tho wheat fields of Can ada to the Gulf of Mexico Through tpw medium of the Wisconsin Central which the Soo lino recently bought the latter Is raid to bo ncgatlatlog for the purchase of the Chicago Milwaukee Gary recently cold to tho St Louis Union Trust compare This road fIs portly constructed and will when com ptetfd tx an outer bolt railway sur rounding Chicago and touching more than a scoho of prosperous cities and nearby towns It Is also stated that the Soo line Is contemplating the construction of a rhort line to connect with tho Louis vlllo Nashville at Evonsvlllc Ind pad them enter into close traffic relations with the latter read for a through late service This move le said to be contemplated as a counter move to Hills sttlns a line from the northwest to the gulf LABOR DAY CELEBRATION I Monday September 6 WALLACE PARK PADUCAH KY t Auspices Central Labor Union 1 LABOR DAY FEATURES Address by = V = = = Rev Robert JohnsonState President P IL and c Union Barbecue Base Bell Dancing Boating Bathing Band Concerts Athletic Oames Theatre both day and evening Plenty 1 of Refreshments and a General Good Time for All No Charge to Grounds No Intoxicants Good Order I I 1 I MISS JEAN MORRIS I I IMISS GEORGIA PASTEUR I MISSI FLORENCE MILLER r MISS LILLIE DASSING WINNERS IN THE SUNS CONTEST Continued from Page One from friends throughout the entire western section of Kentucky southern I Illinois and parts of Tennessee all of them demanding definite news I upon the outcome of the contest It took the final day tp bring a full re jallzatlon I of the wide Interest In the II big affair It was equal to election I day Tho Sun has never before seen anything like It I I Not before In the history of the Blue Grass State has a newspaper contest attracted the attention which this one has It has been even a big ger affair and a greater success than The Sun and associate newspapers hoped for It Is not exaggeration to I say that there Is scarcely a person In all of western Kentucky who has not an Interest of some kind In the outcome All of them know about It most of them have been backing some particular candidate And no newspaper ever had such candidates It has Indeed been a I battle royal between the most popu lar and energetic people who ever contested for a newspaper prize The liberality of the prize list attracted the best efforts of the best people I and the battle has been hard but fair Every candidate has done his level best and every ono has been re warded True some hove been awarded prizes more handsome than others but In every case the prize has suited the efforts put forth and there Is little disappointment Everyone Satisfied The satisfactory way In which the count passed off Is most pleasing to Tho Sun There was not the slight est Intimation that any candidate had not gotten every vote coming to him or her and the candidates know tblsund appreciate the efforts of The Sun to have an absolutely tnr count Candidates have been expressing to The Sun today their thanks for the uniform kind treatment they havo had during the contest In turn Tho Sun wishes to thank them for their splendid effort In Its behalf It has tried to be liberal with them they have dodo splendid work for it This contest was a big undertak ing Ten thousand dollars Is a lot of monbV fffF an6WBpaper to give awa-yvf35rIzeiTIbittho slzo of the prize list was In keeping with the generous policy of Tho Sun and It has no regrets now that its prizes have been awarded In fact It feels proud of Itself todayprouder than It has over felt Tho contest has made it a blggur and a better newspaper Its field has been enlarged to Include all of western Kentucky and sections of Illinois and Tennessee Its name has become a watch word In sections that did not know It beforeThe Sun u Greater Paper Tho Immediate result of the contest has been the addition of nearly two thousand new subscribers Tno strength of a newspaper Is based on Its circulation and The Sun today Is a stronger paper by far than It was tho day the contest opened With Its present circulation It ranks among the leading dallies of all Kentucky and It can no longer be disputed that It Is the leader among tho live papers of tho western part of tho stateAgain I It can bo repeated tho con test was n big undertaking an amount of money that InohlnlI twlcp Its size would fear to but It has been brought to a success ful termination and Tho Sun Is proud of tho result It congratu lates all of its candidates and as sures them that tho association with them has been most pleasant Its contest department Is disorganized with regrets and the memories of pleasant associations are uppermost when U tells Its candidates good bye MISS RUDY SMITH I MSS jLUCY WOOD I MISS STELLA LANXON n COAL COAL COAL perience of ten years handling coal from every mine accesiablc to Paducah TAYLOR COAL ha given the belt satiifaction and ds the consumer it the best judge and the one to please we have decided to handle no other Never clinkers no slate no slack burns to a fine white ash and will beat any coal in the world for holding fire all night We have found it the best tbose that tried it found it the best if you try U you will find It the fat and have no ctber Be sure egad rjet our priced before buying l ilrLYS1i1M + MaC ALMOST KILLED HORSE IN EFFORTI TO SAVE THE MAN To Sino tho life of George Jacob n rainier liviD four miles from Pa- ducah on the Cairo rued tho horse of Charles Smith was raced to Padu- cah yesterday morning at breakneck pwd and canes near dying as a result Jacobs was almost exhausted from the loss of blood romrltlnR from a wound nursed by the accidental dlsI charge of a rllla Ho woe taken to Dr Jeff D IloberUons office whore his Injuries wore dressed lie may ioso his arm- JarotM with a number of friends started for Perkins creek to flat about 7 ocloak yesterday morning lie with Charles Smith wxs drlvlnu in a single seated buggy behind a wagon containing a number of men They Mopped at wfeat Is known as Jacob lake andl John Smith In the wagon let his rifle fall to tho bod of the wagon It was discharged the ball entering tbo loft arm of Jacobs at the elbow severing the artery Tho horse was turned around and the Injured man was brought to Itodu cah arriving a few minutes after wards Although bo may Ilose the arm Dr Robertson baa hopes of say IKS It If complications do not de velop The horse was taken to the stables of the Palmer Transfer company on Jefferson street and after hard work was pulled out of danger JaroTii was takon homo Sunday afternoon lie Is about 38 yearn old and has a wife nnd child L E Ofillvlc a flu man at tho Central fire station Is a nephew of Jacobs AFTKIl WIIITLA ItKWAKII Tntrirk OltilllyV mini to thin Money Offered Cleveland 0 tAug1 9Patrtck statelofthe kidnapers of Hilly Whitta wu materially strengthened at the Investigation hero to determine to whom tho money shall bo paid CaplaliUSbattuek who with i etec tlvo Wood arrested James Doylo and his wife 1drnmdtho witness stand thatt tiioVdcscripttohl of tho kid napers furnished him at the police station did not harp him find tho nojJoffOReillys description of tho couple ted totheir arrest ho said Captain Ruattucky testified that ORellloy showed him where tho kidnapers wore sitting In a room In his saloon but requested that tho arrest bo made outside of the place of business The arrest was affected on tho out side Uncle Joe May Not HUM Washington Aug OSptukor Can non left Washington for his homo In Danville 11 Ho will spend most of the summer there Uncle Joe Is not worrying about reports that his sane Is run and that he stands no chance of rcalcctlotf to the spcakorshlp There Is reason to believe that Mr Cannon may not again ho a candidate for renomlnalioni to the house He has been In the game a Ion gtlmor and Is understood to have grown tired of the rough and tumble life In the house of representatives MISS ELI V M K1MI1RL1 MISS LBXIK ARMSTRONG MISS LUCY THRELKELD I IJISS VERA MOEB WiTS TAKIW ItWOILM t J s The IVoiilo Do Nut Wnnl Tiunllon lion would London as Interfere to Aug of ellIIIIIII would which be action 11 settled by the pronouncement of 100I Lansdowne loader of the oppotIn the house of lords in at II I Ujxwh at Calije WllUklro Do jeering the beHof that the vtorktac- jcafKti I I dmired tariff reform nml rot j lite taxation of oan4tal and Uio np 11HfIrf1luon of property Ilent esI that Ute ttflftuo of Iromutons may no lo Rr r Jtn tHt j wr vt the people 1lIe Those who advance till extwmd t 1t trflfbehalf t have been dlscumd In twrNamUHt and mi tastier whether It tmviiteti property put before the petpe mint be parsed over the heads of tee hewn I ft orIYnote that the will pf tee people musthh prevail in the rind but we tIJlHtaIl that the iieople of the eettaHy be e given full attd iumriont oyfiortHtty e express that will with full aM wf fi tent nderatlari of the pubjuct 11llOnIjjcslowne The lords are readf to J t try conclurtou In the great straggle which mutt surely be upon us Ibe fore ver long The lords are ready to meet their adversaries awl wll1 etaccept the verdict of the peoiite1 1 DIAMONDS SttMtCMH Sew York Dealers In Oeins hush Ituyen to Hiiroix Now York Aug ITko protfw ee- Ity of the western farmer hiss de plctctl tile stocks of diamonds In l lboull era across the ocean to purchase now ripples Dealers say that tho lethargy which began In the Jewelry trads two IbYI htgber grades of perfect atones Although SSOOOOVH worth of ffcnw were Imported Into this country last month a quantity five UjnM tgrouter than the Jramo month Iillttyear tho dealers have been canine to tThet ille west and the northwest are the most urgent and as those region are If reporting recordbreaking crop the Importers aro of the opinion thnt thin jewel or at tenet many of then are going to the farmers wives Girl Omtmilln Humble IIlc Moines Aug 9 Following a quarrel between hOt stepfather and t i her niolhor at Ilarveyv Iowa today Helen Mattox a beautiful nfluenyrar old girl knelt In front of her mirror and shot herself through the heart with a rifle The body was found by tho stepfather lion mother when told of her daughters milcldv be came a maniac and attempted to kill herself with n razor grandmolheriTell 9 r teed to take me to do game today ilf voull lemma off Ho got offPittsburgh Post Now is the time to place your coal order for the winter And every coal dealer will tell you his is the best Unlike other dealers we are not under salary or con tract to selKoal from any one coal mine and to tell youit is the best but an ex BRADLEY BROS t Phone 339 Yard 922 MadisonStreetII I t si