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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e t t Qtt Pabiuab ktitithttiI i J =VOL XXVI NO 116 PADUCAH KY MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 15 1909 TEN GENTS PER WEEK ALL NIGHT RIDERJCASESICONTINUE- D I IP FEDERAL COURT i Many Defendants Not Served in Eddyville and Dycus burg Raid Suits Grand Jury Put to Work bI Judge Evans MANY1 MOTIONS AUK KXTHItKD Two notable night rider sultu pled In fe lnral court last January by Mrs lAura Toomey and C W Huckcr ftgninrt In A Atnoss and about 200 other defendantsI will probably go over until the April term of court as a trial had not been agreed upon at 230 oeiock thIs afternoon Judgo IEvans mlid tho eaten this aflornoon but Attorneys Miller nnd Miller rep lufuntlng the dcfcnuc had asked for tftparato trials of tho two nits but were not present C W Iluokcr former pollco Judge of Uddyvlllo sues for 75000 dam ages Among the dcfcndanla m Ala suit are J IL Smith reprcfvcntatlvo of Lyon and Marshall counties Ion County Nurvoor C W Davis and Magistrate T P Gray Judo Kuekcr toaldos In Metropolis now Mrs Toomoy tmes practically tho lame defendant for riOOOO dam agea The suit of Newton Utley for dam ngot agilnet Henry Rennet and at torneys for making him a defendant In night rider caret was remanded to Iho Midl on circuit court for trial noel the namo of Bennett who IIt a nonresident qf tho state was stricken from the list of defendants The nit of Lcnrnoy Schraedor roulfI t frbin circuit court will bo trlod thta afternoon It wv announced in tho easo of II P SlBSlsI vs the II C It U eom l nnx tthat a compromUo was 1pend ing Continuances worn granted In tho following night rider suits 14M1 Wood agulntt D A Amow ct nl a W Gordou yr O A Amos el Rt Tour Stephens ve Alonzo Orny et nl A H Cnrflln VB William Neel it al and Magglo Scruggs vs Dr E Champion Thomas Hollowoll nnd Sam nod named at defendants in tho lulls of Too 1110 and Kuckor tI gnln t Amosw woro dismissed on motion of tho plaintiffs s MoietfI Itobcru agninst whom tho grand jury falhnl lo return an Indict ment for tho Illicit selling of liquor was dismissed At 2 oclock this afternoon grand jury reported for tho thoIl tine nod having completed Its Will finally discharged by Judge Fans who complimented tho Jurors on their spcody work An amended Petition was filed In tho Into of Bllllor Albritton againstt Illinois Central Railroad company Court pix bal ly will be adjourned tomorrow morning In time for Judge IEvans and tho odlclnls to catch the 1125 oclock train to lou lav 1110 Judge Walter 1Evans convened tao November tTin of federal court at tho custom pause at 9 oclock this morning unit after speedily disposing of routine matters tho docket was railed over continuances being granted In several actions Ditto delay Is being occasioned and Juagu Ensue expects to wind up this ces lion of court ltomorrow After being charged by tho court the grand jury numbering I1C was sent to Its room for business Fol lowing nro tho grand jurors J L Ynrhrough of Florence this county being foreman W J Woodnll Kuttnwa Iyon county J J Hayassco Cunningham gnrllslo county Joseph Italian Montgomery Trigg county Y 8 Campbell Carrsvlllo Livingston county Joe Juke Water Valley Braves county L P IKlllson Hick man Fulton county W T Andor lion Pndiicah McCrackcn county A W Hlckmon Kovll McCrnckcn county Flnla F Dorkloy Futroll Trig county 8 H Fakes Alino Callowny county J 11 Howlott Prlncetonfi Caldwell county It rAdams Mnyflold Graves county Alex Halton lion ton Marshall coun ty J L Yurbrough Florence Mc Crnckcn county Silas G Kovll Pa ducah McCrackcn county Nathan Kahn Paducah McCrnckcn county R W Thompson of Woortvllln was excused from sorvlco on tho grand jury Petit Jurors Following nro the petit jurors em panelled by Judo Evans J H Moore Azalea Kd Ingrain Prince ton J 11 Mcflary Arlington 13 F Klllott Jovplncevlllo James A Mitchell TrlgBJ J N Dowdy Den ton J V Batemnn JOIRi J 8 Stringer Hnrdln i JB Loo Cans 11 pi 1 i Sheriff Shipp Must Serve Ninety Days in Jail For Not Preventing Lynching ot a Federal Prisoner Chattanooga Contempt Case in United Slates Supreme Court Ends in Sentence Be ing Imposed Washington Nov riTho United States supreme court announced the following sentences for contempt In tho cases of men charged with con piracy la connection with tho lynch ing of the negro IKd Johnson March 19 VJOC at Chattanooga Tenn while tho prisoner was under stay ex ecution granted by tho supreme court Sheriff James Hhlpp 90 days Imprisonment Deputy Sheriff Jeremiah Gibson GO dai1i Luther Wil liam 90 days Patrick Union 90 days Henry Padgett GO days WI1 pain Mays GO days After the lynching Ih0 department of Justice brought complaint against 27 men alleged participants In the jail attack Tho caws of the other IS were dlimuiicd rho ilx named wcro convicted May 211 1909 Justice White Peckham and McKcnna dissented Tho opin ion of Peckham vigorously criticized the majoritys action In the cato A now trial was denied November 1 Johnron was rantvnccd to hang There wni some question of his guilt and a stay of execution was obtained from the federal court Then a mob look Ino man from the county jail and hangout him Thorn was no effort made to Interfcro with tho mob though Sheriff Shlpp was defeated at tho last oleetlo- nLIABILITY ACT- UPHELD BY COURT STAXIIS TIKT IIN TKIIIUTOIIIKH NOT ONSIDlatli INrIl1STATKS Washington Nov I rTho em- phiycrs liability act of 100C was de cared by the supremo court to ho constitutional In territories and thoI District of Columbia ltd constitu tionality In states IB not considered Newspaper Man StrickenI Cnpt James Drown a vetnrnn nowipiper man at one tlnm editor of tho News was stricken with paraly sis In the No wt Democrat olllce this morning and was removed to River skin hospital whero his condition Is sold lo be crltcal Ho has one son Mr George Drnvn circulation man ager of tilt NtwsDomocrat Cnptnln Brown Is weftl known and popular iimitTio or laiini AVOIDS iiyuou ISSIJK Toronto Nov lliCoolor bends of tho American Federation of Labor are working to prevent further ills cession of Sundays temperance meeting addressed by Mitchell Low is and Treasurer London Many delegates wero surprised at the trios vigorous expressions against liquor Tho lenders believe they have headed off the attempt to make the conven tion voto on tho liquor question Tho morning session passed a resolution Introduced by Mitchell expressing sorrow over the Cherry dis trictTho American Federation today de clared war on tho steel trust by tho adoption of a report favoring con currence In a resolution to attempt to unionize all employes of the corpora lion Speakers urged that tho fight on tho stcol trust to be pushed Iiiiklnj for n Bride Portsmouth England Nov t5 King Manuel of Portugal accompanied by his mother and the Portu guese minister arrived on a state visit to Englandl It la rumored he comes to seek a bride among Ed wards granddaughters vlllo John Williams Bnrdwoll Davo Ynndcll Marlon Silas A Cora Derry Ferry II K Dalton Crider G A Moore Mnsaac J C Morgan Murray J W Hobbs Woodvlllo J J Fleming Blrdsvillo D IE Gull land Marlon W T Wilkinson Blood K C Rico Hlckmnn John Walker Bcolcrton G E Hlncs La Center Baxter C lorry Oscar John Montgomery Btigg W L y Chand lot Hnrdln Lcnndcr Lnnc Crider A P Taylor Sr May field Reuben Wood Shady Grove J H Moore of Barlow anti John Myacll wore excused from service The officials with Jut go Evans presiding are George DuRolIo ale trict attorney Horace Jolly ussts IConUnUed on Page Four HORSEWHIPPING BRITISH CABINET iiiAdirmis Dixiaiti KVIUV- MHMHKIl WIMi GET illS HIIATIMJ Urlsto England Nov 15Ther- asa Gurnctt tho suffragette who attempted to horsewhip Winston Churchill president of tho London board of trado Saturday was son toned to a months Imprisonment In the Bristol Jail this morning She was led from the court room shouting that all ministers of the present cabi net will receive similar treatment at tho hands of suttragcltea The magis Irate offered to release liar If slio would enter recognizance to keep tho Ileac but tho woman preferred to go to jail Hiulililo lifted London Nov 15 Chrlstobal Pankhurtft euffrngette leader do clared tho rawhide attack on Wins ton Churchill Saturday was carefully planned by tho organized suffragettes Ho says similar demonstrations are to follow ARCADIA GRADED SCHOOL PETITION IS SUBMITTED The petition for the establishment ot a graded school In Arcadia has been signed by tho school trustees and W A1 Mlddloton county school superintendent and has been sent to County Judge U T Light oot for hisI approval Anolcctlon wilt bo callod shortly fbr tho people of the district to vole tho extra tax for tho main tenance of tho school upon tho district Tho majority of residents favor the school and eland ready to pay tho additional tax Tho estiihllihment of the graded school will eliminate the IEden lUll school Part of tho school district will bo included in the graded ichonl and tho tow remaining dIll dren will be sent to tho Hondron school and the Hovckamp school However tho school will not be dis continued until next session ROSE P STOKES PARLOR AGITATOR USKS AMITKUATIVi IIAMXVT Oil nuLLirrs AND TKIUS KAIIU LOUS TALICS Now York Nov IrItoso Pastor Stokes today charged that August Bolmont American representative of the RotliEchlld billions contributed JfiOnuO to fight socialism and tho National Manufactureru association U considering spending five millions for the same purpose She declares the word never was riper for social urn than now In every country discontent Is growing This the now rebellion lo to bo fought with tho ballot If possible with tho bullet it ppccssHiy Sho mentions Mexican liberals Imprisoned In America and wishes they could win by the ballot alone but sho fears they cannot Sho says federal courts ire so blinded by capital It Is IniKs lblo for them to cope with tho present conditions John G Carlisle Better New York Nov litJohn G Car IMo Is slightly Improved this morn Ing The Weathert iire cost rill Pndurnli mill vicinity fair tonight except ruin In MMilhenxt portion and much holder Tuesday hair nnd colder In east iportion High oustt Icnijiemtiiro tixlny wax XI mud lowest uns no Italnfnll for yester day tutu last night was 150 Inrluw Sun Irtsa iixiay at IIII lil Sun KCH today nt 1 II7 Moon ulll MI OKI Flit Itlidarui Grand PerksI N D Nov IfiTho seasons first real blizzard begun Sunday Devils Luke and Langdon report a severely strong wind and drifts several feet high Traffic blocked and wire service Impeded IsII I ONLY JUPITER PLI OFFERS MOISTURE AT CAIRO SUNDAY Lid Was on So Tight It Pinched Under Orders of Governor r Preachers Used Recent Trag edy as Themes T I IIDMir KKIJ5NKK IS IIUUIUI iC31ro IiCnlro was In I t authority Sunday and experienced tho quietest Sunday that has been Ilflol In years No saloons were openj and the few attempts to cvado tjio orders ot Gov ernor Dcnccn in this regard net with quick detection Bojeral arrests being made by tho inllltla patrol A heavy rain kept away the excited crowds from surrounding towns and tho element that usually makes this city n Mecca for tho dry communities on the first day od the weeK turned back when the rOdlld that liquid ree frcshmcnts were as hard to obtain hero as In their home towns Definite Indications that the legal machinery of tho state would bo started In an effort to bring the mob leaders Into court camo with tho ar rival at his homo hero of Judge W N Butler of tho clrcult court lie Indicated that ho would call a grand jury to take up the work as soon as tho adjourned session of his tribunal Is assembled December 8 and said that the matter would bo called to tho attention of the county commis sioners within a few days Pastors Lasli Condition Despite this announcement from Judge Hurler there was no chango In tho cynical attitude of tho city regarding court proceedings In this district Half n doyen pastors lashed tho constituted authorities without stint tolling their Congregations that the lynching Vcronittcly to provo a blessing In disguise In tho long run Cairo stands disgraced before the world but tho disgrace Is not In tho lynchlngs said Rev George r Babcock of tho Church of tho Ito deemer Eplcopallan Tho real dis grace lies In the fact that tho city has allowed lawless elements to control civic affairs Unless the public wakes up tho mission or the church In Cairo Is In vain In the same at Icy in which Miss Policy was killed there have been four assaults upon young women within n year Numerous other crimes have occurred In other parts of tho city for years This defiance of law and order made tho lynchlngs necessary for tho In fliction of JustlcoISeed Sown For Years Tho lynchlugs were tho harvest of the seeds of lawlessness that have been sown In Cairo for years said Itov A S Buchanan minister of the Presbyterian church In this case It seems that time lynchlngs wore necessary to arouse the people I do not mean to say that the crime of lynching is over justifiable but Cairos citizenship had to bo aroused to n sense of its own rcsponrilblllty by sonic great horror like this I believe that the tragedies of tho last week will servo to awaken tho city from its leth argyHenry Salzner tho second victim ot the mob was burled at Anna to day Only members of his Immedi ato family including tho two boys orphaned by tho violent deaths ot their parents accompanied tho cor fin from this city At Anna no clergyman was at tho grave to commit the body to earth liItesfgns1 Nashville Tenn Nov 15L F Launbladh chief engineer of time Tennessee Central railroad has rcr signed and will go with the Chicago Great Western under Col Fclton FRIENDLY REBEL YELL FOR MASSACHUSETTS Baton Rouge Nov lIiJour hun dred Confederate veterans today gave tho robot yell ending with tho word Massachusetts as they unvolled tho monument of the Massachusetts soldiers killed In the battles near hero The veterans wore coached and aided In tho yell by students of tho Louisiana State university Miss Lena Remington of Somervillc Mass and Miss Salllo Sunders of Louisiana pulled the cord releasing the hag covering tho monument Governor Draper of Masvachusots accepted the monument froth the commission Tho vetIoransDaughters of the Confederacy will give a reception at the governors I mansion tonight to northern visitors Efforts Being Made to Ascertain Whether Entombed Miners Are Yet Living But Flames Still Rage Pounding Heard Thought to Have Been Made by Sur vivors of FireStory of Heroism Cherry III Nov IIflyles1 that Ilio Tire in the St Jnul mine which cntontlxd upward of HIM mOil had liiirniil Itself out seem hlnsletl Two volunteers descended 1H feet to lay 111111Ulel liny men dcail ur all sllmine ofllriaUi Immedlntely arranged to send men with huS down to tight Uio lire There Is considerable 1ml IK nalloii by the miner on account of iIoslii up thu ulr tthaftand tho main shaft bust night fearing It cut oil tho last clan o of saving the men If they are nllvo President Lewis of tho inlno work ell wlnsl SefrctnryTrensiircr Peary to cHnd f1OiM of tlio union funds lo aid the snrfcrem It Is round Mal Andrew Tmko will IOMJ her mason Her husband and three sons lire 111 lon let1 At 1 p m six trips were made In to the mine No trace of the victims was found Indications are that the Interior of the mine Is caving It is believed thero Is no hopo of saving the minors A pitiful case was that of Mrs Camillo Fayoo on routo with her 17 ycarod daughter from France Her husband Is one of those entombed In the mine An effort was made to reach her by wireless Relief work Is being pushed Mayor Connolly ordered milk sold only to women and children Farm ers are sending wagon loads of pro visions The W C T U and Red Cross aro sending nurses and provis ions from Chicago Tho cage sent down today went down to tho second level where a number of lamps were found U Is believed this shows that the minors are still alive but have gone hack further in the mine In order to await a cage to take thorn to tho surface Thero were no bodies or signs of men found anywhere today Rescu ers were In tho mine only a few min Lutes and wore taken to time surface again Efforts are bung made to see that everything Is safe nail no chnnco hint tho rescuers will too overcomQ with a sudden rush of gas from back In the mine whore the limo may still bo burning heroes Perish In Mine Cherry Ill Nov lrIn the attempt at rcscu6 of the miners In tho Cherry shaft a cage load of volun leers to time number of 12 were lot down tho mlno to their death A few minutes afterward when the cage was hoisted tho men wero found to have been literally roasted to death Among tho volunteers known to be dead are- Thomas Darlff postmaster John Scott merchant John Hundy manager of the mine Alex Nerherg boss of the mine Iko Lewis liveryman John Chevlsnibkl top eager Frank Waite miner Harry Stewart minor Robert Clark minor James Shears miner John Stcoy miner Ike Lewis Cherry III Nov 15 Preparations are being made this morning to send rescuers equipped with gas proof ap paratus into the depths of Paul mine where hundreds of minersl U rw 1HKNCII SYSTEMI Paris Nov lliWlth Mmo 8 Stelnholl and her daughter hiding In a villa near Paris it 8 is universally believed whole some reforms will bo made In tho present system employed by examining magistrates and 8 officials of detective bureaus The astounding demonstration after tho acquittal Is considered moro a rebuke to this system than evidence of belief In tho womans Innocence Ie jParis Nov 15The Red Widow has become a Merry Widow H was learned today that following her release from prison Mme Stclnholls first request after reaching tho hotel where she spent the night was for ItKCKXT CATASTROPIIIES Disastrous mint accidents in re rent ycnrsj 1002 Frntcrvillc Tenn 20O 1102 Hall hlj Mill Pa 105- HHKt llnnim Wyo 175- 1U01 Lnckawniinn 1a11IMUI Terclo Cnl 21 1005 Virginia City Ala 152 1105 Ziegler III HI 1005 Welch Mine 120 IUD Dlamomlvllle Wyu JH 100 31 K T Co 1 1 1005 Vllcox 1V Vn SKI 1001 Courrlcre France 10101 IUlln Oakhlll W Va F 27 lOOU West Fork Vn 75 1007 Fnycltevllle W Va 80 1007 Saarhruck Prussia 20Ot 1007 Lns Ksperimzas ilex 12IJ 1007 Monongaliela Pu 111 1007 Tokyo Japan I7O 1007 Jacobs Creek Pa 250 1007 Moiiongahela W Va a08 1007 Volande Ala 81 of 1007 llama Wyo 70 T 1008 MrAlesler Okla 3D IOnS llainni Gicrinnny SVm 1008 Mnrianna Ia1311001 Ziegler III 27 are entombed Tine main shaft was unsealed early this morning An enormous now air fan Installed isobeing tried out in tho hopo of giving y fresh air to those under ground ItIthey aro still alive People hero still hope many of tho miners caught InE tho disastrous lire Saturday maTsUII 11bollIearCherry 111 Nov 1bNearly four hundred human beings men and t boys U Is now feared aro dead or perishing In the St Paul mlno hero though loamy Burke an official of the mine reported to President A J lrllng of tho Chicago Milwaukee IdoorIdi Ili shocks were convinced that the shocks Continued on page 8 Thanksgiving D Washington Nov IB President Taft Issued his first Thanksgiving proulamatlon setting It for November 25 Mr Warriner Indicted at Cincinnati Nov 15 Warrinnr was Indicted on two counts of em bezzlemcnt and grand larceny off rnllreadrundslit1 j JeD MRS STETSON BEING- EXAMINED old AT BOSTON 1 Boston Mass Nov lli1IIrsnAugust Stetson of New York center of time Christian Science storm Isal alheroas directors of the church It Is beal allIovellOfficials refuse to discuss It But Itw Is generally believed she will bo exrlcommunicated If members of her church revolt against V O Strlcklcr Its first readerth Chicago Market Dec High Low Close Wheat 117 lOC 107 Y Corn GOy B9V4 GOy Oats 39Y 390H 39 Prov 2225 2157 21 G2 Lard 1217 120C 1210 I Ribs 1095 1082 1482 to 3aRed Widow Become J W Merry Widow Again Lltunu whichIMme IUIOhtrtartllng revolutions aro expected soon when the suit ot Remy Coul laird Stolnholls valet for damages Is begun He was accused by tho widow of commuting the murders New Speed Record San Antonio Tex Nov llinarIIto nay Oldlleld today made a mllo In an automobile in 55 seconds five sec onds faster than tho record on a 3 mile track Burmau went 10 miles In 942 another new record BIG SUNDAY FIRE AT- OWENSBORO k KYj Owens Joro Ky Nov 15 talrFire Sunday fitttroyed thq Owens andJe1catorI PASTORS RETURN TO CHARGES HERB FROM CONFERENCE The Rev W J Mecoy of Mar tin Will be the Presiding Elder Dr J W Blackard Goes to Brownsville MKTHODIST MKETING CLOSES Greenfield Tenn Nov 1C Spe clnLAll thin Paducah Methodist pasture will return to their charges and the Rev W J Mecoy now of Martin Tcnnr will bo presiding elder tho Paducah district Tho Rev G Sullivan returns to Broadway G W Banks to Fountain avenue and W J Naylor to tho circuit Tho cult T E Calhoun Kevll circuit Mclbcr circuit an dJ 0 Pearson now of Sedulla circuit In tho south olds old Third street pulpit Tho appointments to tho Paducah district made by tho Memphis confer nce today are Paducah district W Mecoy Arlington circuit JV H PIguo Hard well station U 8 Mc Caslln Uarlow and Wlckllffe G W vans Benton and llardln TPamsey Drlcusburg circuit H L Johnson Clinton circuit E J W eters La Center circuit II B Terry Majiiold First church W W Adams Second church W P Hamil ton Mllburn circuit T E Faust Oak Lovfli circuit W A Banks Pa ducah Broadway G T Sullivan Fountain Avenue G W Banks South Side Third street J B Pearson Melber circuit T J Owen Pa circuit A E Scott Spring circuit A C Moore Wingo clr T E Calhound Kevll circuit E Brasficld- Dr Htacknnl to Itmwnsvllle Tho Rev J W Blackard presiding elder of the Paducah district was made presiding elderof the Drowns ville district Tho Rev n H Mahon D who has served in former years at Broadway Paducah was given the BrownsvlIIo station The Rev J W Irlon formerly ala tioned at Trimble street church Pa durnh was sent to Buntln Memphis Irlon had served his tour years Dresden with fine results An enjoyable feature of every conference session U the annual lovo Tho ono Sunday morning at e Methodist church was greatly on yed by tho preachers and visitors It H Mahon led and tho vener able iR V Taylor and others of the guard were among tho first to t speakAfter a powerful sermon by Bishop Hendrix at 11 oclock the beautiful Methodist church was dedicated Tho church Is ot Grecian architecture tastefully finished within as well Imposing in its exterior appear It cost JlOfOO and over 2000 raised so it could be dedicated of dobt After an eloquent sermon Sunday 1 afternoon by Dr J II Stevenson ose who had been elected to elders and deacons orders were ordained by Bishop HendrIx Six Brothers nt Conference An unusual Incident of tho Math odist conference In session hors was a tho meeting of six brothers who are prominent laymen Three of them- J B Howell of Dycrsburg A G Howell of Brownsvjllo and H G Howell of Whitcvlllo aro delegates the conference out of a total Iqyl r delegation of 33 The other brothers rc M J Howell of Gibson Wells J Howell of Paducah Ky and A Howell of Nashville John rlayThe Lowell brothers had their icture taken tngathor HASKELL MUST ANSWER TO CHARGES OF FRAUD Oklahoma City Okla Nov 15 Judge Marshall today overruled de murrers to the Indictments of Has j keel and others tar alleged fraud in a the Muskogee town lots cases Tho defendants were given until Saturday i enter a plea i ajSMEDLEYaj SET FOR THURSDAY Interest will be centered upon the court house next Thursday as the trial of Hiram Smedloy will be called All tho cases for the civil term will bo disposed of by Wednesday and trialudgeor November 18 Since hla return from tho a j Ium Mr Smedlcy has s stated that ho 1r anxious to have the cases disposed of fJ t Y 1j It I ii iirPAOD Tlldt THE PADUCflH EVEQ SUNPoMomy OJimnm iC m f f r News of Theatres TOnlWltorllo Girl from the V s A w rueMhwlien 1 taClOIlIIan In ShamI TtnrrwlayD49nr11e1d In The SI uslc Baiter Frldny Abuntry Kida rural CO Jtr 1 t aDo you remember that litho trick of Henrietta Cromwns volco that gIves such piquant flavor to some of genernlylI charmingsadfriends Miss Crosman at an early age was studying for grand opera Bier voice promised to make of her ono of the great prlma donnas of the day She studied at home and then wont to Paris But the girls ambi tlon carried her bdyond the strength of her tender years and ono dap while taking a verf high note her master noticed a little break in the olcetllo penalty of demanding too much of tho vocal cords Throat spe cialists wero visited but the little break In the upper register always remained and the young singer knew that her ambition to be a great prima donna would never bo realized That Is why Miss Crosman Is now ono of the brightest luminaries of tho dramatic stage Instead of a singer In grand opera Miss Crosraan hi her latest New York arid Chicago success Sham will appear at the Kentucky opera house 6n Tuesday November 1C- Diivld AVirflctd Coming David Uelosco announces tho local engagement of bavld Warflcld who wJir appear for the first time Thurs day evening at The Kentucky in hIs srcat success The Music Master which hits nevet been seen on tho local stage F 5r Eve seasons the theatergoing public In the east paid substantial tribute to his art that all previous records in tho history of tho native stage word broken Warflolds Stage portraits stand boldly in classic outline yet tender and with poets Insight The Music Master Is an Ameri can play in three acts It was written by Charles Klein but the art of Uelapco shows not only In tbo production and character drawing of eomo types but also In the very con struction of the drama These touches cannot be oveilookcd by those who ForthtttI tendecelugUio ploy mtlVof the plot ivlll be unfolded The central chat q ncter is the music master ono Herr von Baring an educated German of tho refined typo In L6IpsIc where ho lived in Germany ho was a man of considerable Importance in tho y musical world being conductor of ant Important orchestra and a successful composer Perhaps I thought moro of my music than my home ho wistfully explains when ho Ands his wife and baby girl fled to America with a false friend Ho follows in search and then ensues a life of hardship of lost prestige nnd a pathetic struggle for existence lie who onco won the j plaudits of cultured Germany con HJie Grown fruit Trees All Yaritlej Hardy Flowering schrubs ever greens hedge plants and grape vines GEO SOHMAUS Both phones 192 ducted his own symphonic composi tions Is now forced to play tie violin in a dime museum where all the night long they yell out eat cm alive As ho patiently awaits the coming of his daughter who is now in tho Bret flush of womanhood his opti mistic reflections and observations of life provide a constant flow of delightful comedy Warfleld flashes the light of comedy from tho depths of pathos Tho story Is told with a flno regard for simplicity although there are many picturesque touches in which Mr Bclasco delights While problem plays nnd cynical society comedies are having their usual place in the production of the current theatrical season pieces of the moro wholesome typo continuo to receive the unqualified endorsement of the public nearly nil of the great successes on the American stage have been chiefly made by their purity nnd by tho dominance of what stage folks are pleased to call heart Interest Among theso successes A Country Kid stands preeminent playing all the past season to Immense business and giving universal satisfaction At Tho Kentucky November 19 Saturday night tho employes of the Star theater presented a hand some sliver shaving sot and match case to Mr Louis Farrell the retir ing manager Engraved was To Our Doss From the Star Bunch Mr Farrell appreciated the gift from his employes l Tho Star cnudevllle theater which opens today its first week under the management of Mr Joseph Dcsbor ger wbojcturns to the profession after an nusenco of seven years pro sents a list of attractions which are especially strong Iflrocquo C Powjfs who have Just concluded ol two weeks engagement at tho Palace theater In Memphis present A Bachelors Last Night an unusually bright and amusing sketch full of the surprises that bring forth the laughter The story deals with tho last night of an attrac tive young fellows bachelorhood and requires real acting of a high class sort Memphis papers speak of this act In the highest terms Fred Har ris Chicagos Idol Is tho worlds champion buck and wing dancer on roller skates Is indeed a wonder on wheel and dazzles the eye with his agile yet graceful movements Tho supreme moment however comes when he mounts arable measuring only sixteen inches square on top and works quickly and gracefully through every movement of a quick step Tanny and Danny The Talk ative Two are featuring their own song iIm Leaving Old Kentucky and they aro said to be thoroughly good singing their songs In an Inim- Itable manner Galloway who also comes to the Star this week Is well known to Paducah ipeople having played hero with marked success for several seasons Small Bobby Papa why can a man run faster than a boyT Papa Because ho Is bigger my boySmall Bobby after pondering for a tem moments Wcll It thats tho reason why dont the hind wheels of a wagon run faster than the front wheels Chicago Nows Electric mimio traps which kill rodents which enter them with the ordinary 110volt current arc a re cent Invention FIVE YEARS IN PADUCAH WEDNESDAY November 10thwas the Anniversary of the establishment of the Eye See Jewelry and Optical Co now at 315 Broadway formerly Guthrics oldstand This firm takes n reasonable prido In Its success In Padu- cah and owes its success largely to the portion of the patrons of jjewelry Who believe In helping those who hustle for themselves a proof further that In its dealings with an exacting trade this firm has sought to please and glvo satisfaction and in every instance has righted any error and made good any un satisfactory article sold so that tho greater portion of its patrons have come and brought their friends This Arm Is now putting dn an ANNIVERSARY SALE of liberal dimensions and will moro than provo that for quality and prIce they will otter such bargains as will Induco any In doubt to at least come and see for themselves THIS INVITA TION MEANS 1OU ufeVtol lIJJI 11 t t e Elgin Watch 20year guaranteed caso9 805 Solid Gold Watch Elgin movement 1525 Genulno Rogers Tea Spoons per set 75 a A beautiful Mantel Clock only 475 Sterling Sliver Tea Spoons per set of 6 3oo 1Solid Gold Band Rings i1JOO Our lino of Solid Gold Diamondsot Brooches Scarf Plus Cuff Buttons Lockets etc cannot bo surpassed Give us a look on Solid Gold goodsY Wo carry a bargain lino In Diamond Rings and Diamond Jewelry to get a prIce of us Is equivalent to a sale by us Wo are also strong on Watches and wo carry tho largest stock in Paducah of DouberHnmpdcn Watches a strictly UNION MADE WATCH for Union workmen and their families We carffc Jatg6 lino In Railroad Grade Watches which will pass insii us save you money If in need of a railroad c1oI4etff- Our lino of finest Cut Glass and Hand PaInted China is of highest anc most artistic manufacture Ask your neighbors about JJT some of them have boon In wo know oat h llday line le complete Wo have spared no meansItop aso you In sclcctloga gift frdm our store wfll Waooklng lor you In and assure you wo will treat you right To servo you promptly anti right Is our aim L BYE SBE JEWELRY AND OPTICAL CO 818 Broadway J Af KOXETZKA Manager Paducah Ky f I 1r HIGH SGHOOLIOST BY CLOSE SCORE I GUESS CHKCKKll AND WHIST I C1 UIJAV1NS 1710- Iodriss night Kml for Schooll Hoys lltviiks Ills lefttrm During Scrlmnmge CHICACO HIUTS HXSTKUX TUAM Inability to kick goals and to etop heavy charges lost the game by the High school eleven to the Chess Checker and Whist club team Saturday afternoon at League park So close was the game that victory was In the balance until the last half when the score ended 1716 In favor of the Chess team Although out weighed High school played a plucky game and the light players never hes itated a moment about tackling heav ier opponents It was the snappiest hardest fought and fastest game play ed on a Paducah gridiron this sea ebnTho first half ended with High school In the lead as tho school boys had played all around tho Chess Cheeks vho had been forced to strengthen tho the with heavier players Tho score was 1211 in favor of tho school OOB who were certain of victory In tho second half the C C and W came back strong and tried only heavy charges through tho tackles Steadily the heavy backs plunged through the light High linn for five seven hnd ten yards until finally just as It was becoming too dark to play tho oval was planted over the line and C C and W was tho victor by tho margin of one Core ns Copo failed at goal In vain High tried to score a touchdown In the few remaining minutes of play but It was too dark and the game was called before tho second halt was finished In the first half tho training and speed of the High school players was contrasted with the strength and weight of the Chess team while Highs open style of play worked splendidly The rapid change of forward passes and runs fteled to bewilder tho Chess team and when tho teem scattered High would batter the line for gains Five minutes after play was called the ChessChccka marched triumph antly down the field and pushed Roy burn over for a touchdown and Cope kicked goal It seemed lIke an easy victory but In the next two minutes of play High toro through the cross line and had pushed Sills over for a touchdown while the High school rooters became tfflil with joy Slid ton failed at goal Once more the ball was snapped In play and on a punt High recover ed the ball under the shadow of the Chas goal IJy steady ramming Sills was shoved through tho line for the second touchdown while Ogllvlo failed at the chance for goal Hlllo supplanted McChcsney at tackle and W Fisher was placed In ns guard In place of McGlnnIs In the Chess line However High soon got powesalon Of the pigskin again fan some bad plays of tho Chess eleven and a Chess man blockod his teams punt High got the ball and Sills was car ried through for his third touch downTho Chefs team was siirprlwd nt the rapid work but the heavier lino began to toll and one of Highs open Ion CONSTIPATION A Medicine That floes Not Cost Any tlilnjt Unless It Gives Satis factory Relief If you suffer from constipation In any form whatever acute or chronKl we will guarantee to supply you medicine that we honestly believe will effect permanent relief If taken with regularity and according to directions for a reasonable length of time Should tho medicine tail to benefit you to your entire satisfac tion wo promise that It shall cost you nothingNo remedy can be ronparcd with Rexall Orderlies for the easy pleasant and successful treatment of constipation The active medicinal Ingredient of this remedy which Is odorless tasteless and colorless Is an entirely now discovery Combined with other valuable ingredients it forms a preparation which is Incom parable as a perfect bowel regulator Intestinal Invigorator and strengthener Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy and are notable ion telr gentle and agreeable action They dlsagreelable I maylboI ulebtIall Orderlies for children and for delicate or aged persons because they do not contain anything injurious Unllko other preparations they do not create a habit but Instead they overcome the habits acquired through the use of ordinary physic and remove the causes of constipa tion or Irregular bowel action that are not of surgical variety We want you to try Rexall Order lies at our risk Wo know of noth ing that will do you BO much good They are prepared in tablet form in two sizes 36 tablets 25 cents and YPU1con ourthJstreetI All This WeekFi- nest Malaga and Tokny Grapes lOc n Pound You may find tho same prlco olscwhore lint NOT the same grapes by a great deal Largo sound delicious ones Fresh Oysters Thoso fine oysters for which wo are famous have started to como in riow In dally shipments Full countno Iconothing but fine meaty oysters in their own rich syr- upLoaisCaporali mil nwny New phone 1511 Headquarters for finest Fruits plays was almost broken up but Wll helm made a forward pass which was Intercepted by llagby who scored a touchdown but no goal was scoredIn the second half tho Chess men played like demons and tho heavy charges gained much ground Ogll vIe Highs right half was knocked out and in a few minutes Endrlss right end fractured hla left arm lie had been doing vplendld tackling In dropping plays behind tho line Tho light High lIno could not withstand tho heavy rushes and soon a toucTi down was scored by St John Dark ness soon ended the game The teams lined UI C C and W G Elliott re MtChcsncy li111e rt McGlnnla W Fisher rg J Shel- tont c Englcrt IgI Hughes It Bag by lo Cope qb It Fishier rh St John rh Ileybum fb High School Endrlss Mitchell re il Shelton rt Yarbrough Couta rg Hartlr c R Elliott Ig Durton It Epporlielmcr lo Drowning qb Ogllvlo Ltiflenburg rh Wilhelm Ih and Sills fb OmclalsDurnll referee Jones umpire Gilbert timekeeper Footlmll lieMills SOUTH Arkansas 1C Louisiana State 0 lllrmlngliam Sewaneo 12 Auburn 11 r jf Columbus OlitJ State tf Ynlid bllt 0I K orI loIDtlOMobile Fort Morgan soldiers 0 University ofelabema Medical tie partmont O- KnoxvIlJolabaula 10 Tonnes eee 0- JacksonUnteb M C7 Bethel C New Orieans4Ttilnne 35 Texas 10 Macon CaTyel 35 Mortar 0 EAST New Haven Yc 17 Princeton 0 IhlladelphlaMfcldgan12 Unl varsity of Pennsylvania 6 Cambridge Harvard 12 Dart mouth 3 Annapolls Navy 17 Western Reserve C- ProvidonceBrown 17 Vermont 0 Irtwlfburg Pa Dickinson C Uucknoll 6- 1191Namstown1Vlniama 17 Am horst 0 JlartrprdTrlntty 12 Woslaynn o Ithaca ChlciiRft C Cornell 0 Carlisle Indians 35 Gettysburg 0 South nethlohemijchlgh C Now York univorsityrG New York Fordham 30 Rans a laor 0 rS Washington Georgetown 0 Vir ginia 21- BrunswickMafne r 0 Bowdoln MMJj Syracuse Colgate 6 Syracuse C WFST- MadisonMinnesota 31 Wiscon sin 6 fr- Evan1tonJIIlnola 35 Northwest ern 0- Notre DamoiNotro Dame 47 Miami 0K j JMnyoUcPurd 31 Rose Poly technic 3- ClevelandCase 21 Ohio Wes loyan 0- Columbiadtiesourl 22 Drake 6- I anring Michigan Aggies 10 Marquette 0 The Office of Candidate When I first decided to allow the people of Tupelo to use my name ns u candidate for congress I went out to a neighboring parish to speak said Private John Allen to some friends at the old Hotel In Washington MetrullolitanII An old darkey came up to greet Allen1hoyou Iso known ob you sense you was a baby Knew you puppy long hero youall vuz bohn too Ho used lor hold de samo office you got now I members how ho held dat same office to years an years What office ilo you mean uncle I asked as X never know pop hold office Why do office or candidate Morse John yoh poppy was candidate to many yeahs National Monthly Fiance sold the United States C 670810 worth of champagne In the I quantityIreturns for n whole year ITo bo dlscohtcnlcd merely demon 10tJmOfOJ 1 h FFOOTBALL HAS A NEW VICTIM AUTOPSY SHOWS IHUT1I 1113 TO CBnlslllldb IIIDIOIliihIAN lliollicf of Injured Gladiator Wlillo Trying to Accompany Police to hIt iIlnl Struck liy Policeman Till COrU iS CANCEL DATKS 1GFootballnhutser Christian the 18yearold fort halfback of the Uuorslty of Vir ginia tenet whose Injury In tho game with Georgetown University was rol lowed by his death nl Georgetown University hospital The body was taken to Illcluuond this afternoon for burial An autopsy disclosed that death was duo to cerebral hemorrhage following concussion Profoundly stirred by tho fatality tho district coroner has swqrn a special jury of prominent citizen whoso duty it will bo to suggest If possible some mortification of tho rougher features of tho game and to look into the question of alleged police brutality and Indifference fol lowing the accident This morning In the university chapel tho entire undergraduate body knelt and prayed for tuo repose of tho soul of young Christina Football Id Stopped In addition to the alleged Indlticr enco of tho police following tho nc cldcnt It Is charged that Andrew Christian n brother of the injured man clad In a football suit while endeavoring to accompany the pa trol wagon In which his brother hind been laid was roughly mistreated by a policeman the latter striking him and shoving him oft tho rear stopII This matter nlso will bo looked into thoroughly by the police department The jdoath of Christian has put anff end to nil football playing by Georgetown and Ylnglnta for this season Today President Joseph Hlmniol of Georgetown sent tljo nor lowing dlspntchnto Dr Aldefnian president of the University of Yin slain law I regret exceedingly the sail mis fortune that occurred hero yesterday As an earnest Indication of our sym pathy wo have canceled all football engagements Premonition of IHnlli Virginia also has canceled the re mnlndlng games of her schedule and disbanded her team It was wild toe tiny that Mrs Christian always was fearful regarding tho fate of her son having hind n promoultltin lint ho would be Injured Wilson line Setback Annapolis Md Nov triTho condition of Midshipman Karl D Vii son quarterback of the navy foot hall team who has boon paraiyzea front his neck down following nn In Jury to hula spine sustained In the NavyVilla Nova game rour works ago Is not qulto so satisfactory today as It has beets slnco the opera tion was performed last Sunday Kill to Slop Dm Fiend Tho worst foe for 12 years of John Boyd of Gladwln Mich was a running ulcer Ho paid doctors over 4000 without Itenctlt Then Buck lona Arnica Salvo kilted the ulcer and cured him Cures FevcrSorrs Bolls Felons EczemaJ Salt Rheum Infallible for Plies Hums Scalds Cuts Corns 2Cc at all druggists To Mr Itiidynnl Klpllnc Ho Uudyard smlto yes bloomln Ijire An sing for us another song Tho only thing wot wo require Iis you dont keep us waltin long v Vo oar tram others tiny by doi An some is ootlIJllt wot they do Aint got tho swing o Mnndnlay So wont you let us oar from ou7 I or Into you avcnt wrote no rhyme An ovary pootlovln cue Is spend In more than nit la time AJIiLvIn for Jousamnas us 7WnItcr S Trumbull In November IIpplncotts J V 1Vrrun IS ifJoeITn I Ferro- usus Hrondwny Restaurant Entire now place Everything i firstclass and tho most tourll teous service Short orders exclusively We servo overyii thing good to cat SpecIalI attention given to ladles I I MEN WANTED To learn barbers trade A 115 tuition Includes everything furnished Wages whllo learn- Ing Steady position later Palmer Barber College 911 Third Street Louisville Ky I n AT THE KENTUCKY u MondayNOVKMIlKi 15 Prices So 13o rOc T5C and 91 Sent solo Saturday 10 0111 Curtain H111 No ono seated during tho first act TUESDAY NOVKMHKIt 16 Prices1G0 100 75c GOc 3Cc 2Ge Sale opens Monday 10 nin Thursday Night Nt1EJlnlhl 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skillfully handled by n strong company of dramatic anti musical talent embellished by n wool trained churns of rnvlxhlngly bounti ful maidens She rnplurtit New York mid Chicago tat Tuesday t lio will capture you Maurice Campbell has the honor to announce tho ape pcarancu of HENRIETTA CROSSMAN In her biggest hit since Mistress Noll SHAMReservations hold until 730 evening of performance If tint called for by said tine will ho placed on sale again IIXVIII lUUiASCO ProscnlN DAVID WARFIELDIn THE MUSIC MASTER A ComedyDrawn by hashes lilflii fIOlillIlll during Iho fiflll lid NlltolnU orders must be accom panied by check No reservations made before hour of sale Due to the heavy mall orders reservations hold uull Thursday Nov T8 1 oVlock after sold hour ontS unrolled for will be pinned on sale SKAT SAM WKMKSI AY 10 L MI Skating fctt rlona will lt held frwm S ucla k until Z orlovk ID the after n Mie and In the ivenlnn from 7M oclock until 1010 ochxik TO CUnit1 coiii IN oxu PAV Take LAXATIVE HIIOMO Q lHlK Tabtete Druggists refund ntOHPf It it fails to cure K W OROVITS Big nntuto Iit on ouch box lid S Tliui Ilrw nl Oilr III- Cairo III Nov IIIr dtrI edl the ktre wanbwwe of tin Rot eels Colton Oil campaay la time MIII- lfll pout of the city The less le- heavy U the bultdtaK aim use worth l4ooo and wit run of fret toimeod worth ovr 10600 liMtir- lanoo I s carried In StW York and the lots UI prolmbly covered An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure Because you have not had a fire within the last five years is no reason you are not going to have one Better be on the safe side and insure NOW = 0 EVERYTHING IN INSURANCE SMITH DAVISlOUJSj Kroadtvay Trlojiliunu itiKi HH lBONDS SEGENFELTER PRESCRIPTON DRUGGISTS 215 Broadway Telephone 392 Goods delivered to any part of tho city TO PIPE SMOKERS We take pleasure in extending an tinvitation to every one interested in pipes to call and inspect our extensive line of pipes which have just arrived We have PIPES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION displayed in our new up todate case We guarantee to please the most particular lover of a pi- peThe Smoke House222 Broadway ft i i- uoxn w Sovi min 1tt II THFJalail OS TIIli1 9 rL1 i V t 4 t I I 1 lI BREASTeret tI t I oj e 1 r a I S 3 JH wvca and arid and llvo here for the the caso next was by the for error men Pin was the Ton com lake farm unit tjyj the came the and Tay rain the was that the and most had the class wero few but the the Tld had savo liU life tot the had than and wore the and how the gang was ride the how Col for the the told how had run horn the l uses the incident for the of its life of leaving her n condition more favorable to speedy re covery The is also hedlthy and good 4 a ulua naturcde Mirlarxmstnuw ILtaseat N me by wrtting to 1 BUADHELD ItfCULATOR Atltnti Oa Inrt their mothers children Iread armed mountalueera cracker farmers ii near are coming t City rotrlal of Week Kelrliil IH Crmilnl retrial granted of appeals on a potltlon a of aro uarrett Johnson Applewaltc Uoyd KanEom Burton Arthur Cloar Fred Ilankln chief attorney West IIQICC Land which owned the With Taylor beawaaItqre orrajigljigI of land fUhlhg which dwellers In resisted N lynching night amid a of buchshot trialit riicrwn farmers affected companys rules llttlo to lynching as a a of them con In It most of party made up of shlftlers young tel of countryside Finally n confewcdfilren Xo Merry hoped to hu sentenced to bo hanged JIu riders heard that Taylor to bo at formed night through woodu Taylor bogged of Capt Huiikln when rojHtl about their necks under I after Taylor And many other painful and distressing ailments from which most mothers suffer usingMothors edy is a Godsend to expect 1 f nIuin 1 throuRh critical ordeal with safclN woman who I Mothers Friend need fear suffering to birth it robs ordeal dread and insures safety to mother and child in child CO MOT rAIEND and Rankin was dead tho order bad been given tim every man must dill garbospirit of tho place was upon thorn and they wero frightenedMany r the men toro the hideous night rider masks from their bottles and threw them upon the ground There thOy woro found next morning Tilld of Oath Then came Frank Fohrlnger who also turned states evidence and gavq as many details an Hurton did t lie went furtW however and tout of the terrlblt oath taken by the nigh rider clan how they knelt while tho chief of the order made them swear on the blood of themselves and thefr families to answer when the call or tho clan cameII Fehrlnger Is now In Jail at Xash vllle awaiting tho pleasure of tho court HcoIfoOt lake Is ono result of tho tloterritorsheet of water was low sat land When tho tremors ceared there feemilsCovers Wide Area Iteeltoot lake Is from fifteen tto widthdI d from in tow Inches to twelve feet 1 In depth It covers an area of about 27000 acres It IB sold to have tak en Its name from an Indian w h hunted Its banks early and who had afoot of the shape known as reeled The fight for ownership of tho lako Is still on but the courts will have tto decide It Mon still fish there unmo lestedOn the fate of the elx sentenced tto nceoinIleosI y families who If the fishing right are taken tram them will have no way to make a thing THO Men iKilled by Krrixlit Train Cairo inov lriJohn Hargur and Harry flour both prominentt I farmers wore killed near Tliclipj 1111 by an Iron Mountain freightL torrllJlIlIInnglI a y the track s American capitalists are trying to form a merger of every acre of tim b r producing tooth In Nova Scotia Invoftlnc 45COOOOfl b r re 0 Its But a- f a i Sung by LILLIAN in the Revue The Follies of J 999at the Jardin de Paris New York Roof t yric hy HARRY B SMITH Music by t A oIltttJ S rr I mimvrir HAS ivrmusi WM1FS IX WHAT IIIUTAIK Impetus hug fin Given to Spread Overcome t 0 ACCOMPLISH GOOD RRSULTfl Washington Nov 16An article Movement bulletinThe writer gives ahlstory of the movement and dlscuscos Ill growth the obstacles to organization of women duo attitude of male trades unionists tho results of organization und the relation or womens trado unions to low wages and tho sweat Ing system From the beginning of tho move Women Trade Union league basI boon the most Important develop ment of unionism among women JJn Great Britain As regards thocomparatlvo growth of male and tomato membership fiu trades unions In recont years It tla shown that In 1S9C whichIs thoflrst year for which comparative figures of femalo trades union membership are available 119 unions Included women and girls as members out of a totalt of 1302 trades unions tho female mombersnip at that tlmo being 117 030 or 7S per cent of the membership of all unions Women Optimizations Orow From 1890 to 1904 the malo mem bcrthlp Increased from 1480708 tto 1708707 or jG per cent whllo the I female membership rote from 117 030 to 120285 or 79 per cent Since 1904 the percentage of gains among male and female members has I been largely revered In 1908 tho t organized women numbered 201809 u gain of 537 per cent over 1904 while tho Increase In malo membership although amounting to 430270 now members represented a relative Increase of only 247 per cent Among tho thief obstacles to the organization of women workers In Great Britain have been tho temporary nature of their occupations low wages slid low standard of living class distinctions and apathy Malo trade unionists In tho printing trades have offered opposition on account of IInferior workmanship and tho gen oral lowor ratE of wages paid tow omoa It Is stated however that In Man Chester the mon trade union lender are enthuplaetle over The work ncj compllshn l by tho womens unions throughout Uiucanshlro It is dlflll cult to determine just what tho opln Ion of tho male trade unionist of tboj adlnntage8among Industrial i thought I As to the results accomplished the writer concludes that the women trade union movement has In some Instances been directly responsible for Increase of wages has added suc cessful pressure to the Initiation and furtherance of protective legislation und through the Womens Trade Union league has accomplished much ttoward the conservation of health and tho promotion of safety among lilocal1 workers wriero llttlo or no local organization can yet bo effecte- dREQUISmION A IAiUits soiroiiT hOn VAX mmn- 1lmTlr Xegrn Who Broke Toll Item July 10 Is Under Arrest nt ICvnnsvlIIc Itcqtilgtlont papers have been ap plied for III order to bring Van iRedd colored back to Paducah Redd was one of the negroes to escape from tho county Jail July 10 and was caught last week In Evansville Ho refused to como to Kentucky without tho 1 Edisonk ngRecords you + r r Inwhat other way can you hear so cheaply and so comfortably such an array of talent as that engaged in making Amberol and Standard Records for the Edison Phonograph + To mention only a few of these star enterJ tainers whose records a ethe joy df thous 1 ands there are Mabel McKinley Grace Cameron Albert Spalding Harry Lauded Vesta Tilley Ada Jones Nat Wills I Marshall P Wilder jy P4wi W h eachofthesehear at the dealers and own and hear in your own home for a trifle l There StandardIllduMNational Pbcnorraph Coapanr 75 Laktiel AT Oraoce NJ I proper papers which will be secured and Ueda will he brought back to the jail ho left several months ago Itcroids Broken I Nov IGAII Ameri ran track records from ten and a halt to twenty miles Were smashed at Cel tic park In tho twentymllo run at tho annual games of the Shamrock Athletic club James Clark of Xavier A A won In 158 27 35 Tho old record was 20711 mado by James Crowley of the IrishAmerican Ath jlotlc club last January Crowley In yesterdays run led up to the seven atmosttomaking new marks at every mile Boston University according to lbs new year book has an attendance ot 1514 la all Its departments Of these 902 are mon and C52 aro wo men The chief Increases are In therr ology A Try the Sun for Job Work SS CsSsC SSnSssSSSSUSS iiPOPULAR1 MUSIC fEATUREI OF EVENING I Nothing Bubble LORRAINE ZIEGFELD Theatre MAURICELEVI ROMANS UNIONS ARE GROWING rgnudlObrlnelcat theo womenI ScEdllODSocEdlsoaeraedOperaRecords IScEdllon nearestandyourdeafer ITrnrk recordsrrom Boursestor ii THE SUN a II FAOB wwi THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNMONn1Y xorninmh I f bePaducah Sup AFTEltWOOjr AND WEEKLY m aUK rpniisnijfa COMPAN Incorporated F K FISIIint President li J IAXfON Gen 1111- J nUred at tho postofllce at Paducah Kaa tocondclass matter- su esH7ONt 1ATEhi 1 By 10By Carrier per weak Mall per month In advance 2 By Mall per year In advaneeUO TUB WIUCKIY SUN Per year by mall posnBe pald1i Address TilE SUN Paducah K7 Office 1U South Third at Phone 168 KdltorUl Ilooucl 014 Phone 337 Nw Phon US Payne and Young Chicago and New York Kepreientatlvea enN N1r ION LAB CAK MONDAY NOVKMIIKU IS CIRCULATION STATEMENT e October 10- 001G711 1667426742 IS67346744 1967266740 20670G674021MG726 76762267338 C749 23G734- 9G760 2667211 0749 2G46726- 12r 0748 27671t 16748 28671146760 29612G 1646762 50672To- tal 17511 Dally average for Oct 1909673D- allp average for Oct 1908 307 100Increase II Personally appeared before mo this Cth day of November 1909 IL D MacMillcn business manager of 1110 Sun who ainrma that the above state mont of the circulation of The Sun tor tbo month of October 1909 Is true to the best of his belle Bnd knowledge PETER PURYEA1R Notary Public McCracken Co- M commission expires January K 1912 Daily Thought Ho who honestly seeks to saO another llnds himself Kr Cairo enjoyed onejiiuleli t Ordorl 1 Sabbath anyway o The sky sera per church In Now York is too characteristic of tbo modern Uabol a The French Jury system has tho advantage that one can accurate predict the outcome of a trial befor the testimony is In Everybody knew last week that Mine Stelnholl woul be acquitted of the chargo of murdering her husband and his moths o The health department rooms to have overlooked the prevalence of football at this seapon of the yeas The epidemic this fall seems to IMS h- an espocally virulent form and the rate of mortality is exceptional high Tiie young and thoughtless are peculiarly susceptible to the dUoasc 0RAYMOND Raymond Patterson for man ears head of the Washington buroai of the Chicago Tribune Is doa Readers of Raymonds dispatches will miss the most accurate rOllOrt of affairs at the national capital put Untied In any dally newspaper Dur- Ing the Roosevelt administration anll to his death during tho Taft admit fIteration Raymond spoke by tho card as far aa white houpo newswa concerned He was considered a far onto and he accomplished man beatu on Important news Wlie he wrote about a specific policy IIt could bo accepted as a complete doll nitlon of the administrations inji pose He was tho favorite perhapt becaubO ho was fair took his proto alon seriously and dealt with affairs rather than personalities He was a distinct ornament to tho Fourth Ks1 tate and gave it dignity and value o LOVE Greater love hath no man that this that ho give his life for an otherSaturday afternoon at Cherry III witnessed one of the most ttrrl hie accidents In the history of mining relieved by an net of heroism than which history records no greater With smoko spurting out tin shaft as out a flue and knowing the an explosion and fire hind convert the entry 500 feet below into a raging furnaco ten met entered the metal cage and were dropped Into Ute pit only to bo drawn up agalr Instantly nearly suffocated Ion times they went down and eight ol those times they returned with their heplefw follows who had crawled tc the shaft The tenth time theror was no signal ntldlthir engIneer frantically dragged the cage to tho top of the ground whore thlT hltelercd corpses of those ten horoca were found sticking to Us rod hot metal Men Inspire by the plaudits of their ooujitrynlfcn the sight of a lag the sound of martial music or till lovo dt glory have charged the inomy to nlmdt certain death or lave stood their ground against iviTwhelmlng odds1 to protect an irmy men have taken chances In thn water to rraiiplo with drowning nnOIIjrenle7 J human emotion short of love Itself could overcome the physical rope slon of blistering toflnOnt In that superheated shaft end emathorln smoke and Impel men to a deed I10 heroic so unciMctacularaud so soon ingly unavailing Men can fnce death fearlessly If emotionally stimulated and undergo torture 80mo timed If Inspired by a spiritual ml Hvo but to delllxiratoly lay Ilown ones life that another ho knows not whom may liveand consign his breathing quivering body to tho flamotf In tho bowels of tho earth drosevd In his working clothes with never a human oyo to witness bls bravery transcends mortal powers and lifts a man above the sordl brutality of the world about him There ore time that bring out tho Godlike qualities of a man and put human reasoning to shame D RENO Mies Margaret lllington dlvorci Wednesday at Reno Nevada from Daniel Frohman married Edward J HowleH millionaire of Tacoma Sat urday night Tho wedding took place In tho cottage which the ttrlillo had occupied for six months prcvlot to her divorcement Fortunately for the suffrage of Nevada none too good at best It takes longer to oto there than to got a divorce Tho honeymoon In Nevada Is known as the harvest moon and nil rental contracts read for six month That thrifty commonwealth woul stimulate the real ostate market If It added to divorcees the requirement of being property owners Nevada has wen a great man people come and go Over the Itc of the city might be inscribed Lear hope behind all ye who enter here for a registry of transients woul shqw the startling fact that few the names of those entering are reofI Istered as leaving Sojournors there declare that anj ono who spends six months in New hale entitled to a divorce or IInyI other reward within reason It ma bo so that six months resident there Is sufficient guaranty of the genuineness of the grounds but IIOW Jo we know whether it was the ut tiapplnere of her previous lot or tho attentions of her new lover tllIt reconciled Miss lllington to her Nt rada sojourn o m1 SOME STORIESAROUND In II IIAROUND TOWN II One chivalrous gentleman Is nun ng sore knuckles and the cmbarras ng knowledge that he was not rounded In defense of the weak ikalnst the strong He was leavln him homo shortly after dusk whe he saw three wren engaged In a tin lie with ono mantwho waa rtiiwn an to all appearances getting the worn or the altercation Tho C G with out a moments hesitation struck tho topmost man on the side of tllo mead with his list and bowled him over Just thou ho heard one of the thor say In pleading tones Come in Bob Come on home Dont act this way aridI tho C CJ realized thtt thl three were trying to InduceR trunk friend to go home off teilreot Fortunately tile topmost man thought his drunken companion lIulI dckcd him and all the trio were too jusy to notice the Interference of the C G who sneaked away nun ng his hand and his vanity Kentucky Kernels Henderson will have gas plant Now Christian church for Fultoi Miss Anna llnnmin of Lexington dies John G Carlisle seriously 111 1In Now York- Doc Hnynes dius of lung troubl at Maylleld Mrs Charlotte Lamb seeks dlvorc at Maynofd John Rowscy killed by falling trc war Danville Mary Parrot colored MaylleU sent to asylum G 1IK licks Crutclillold struck by rain at Fulton Gen John Weston IKentucky ilaced on retired list Charles McLaln Fulton arreete ror shooting John IKeith Congressman J C Cantrlll spoke lit Hopklnsvlllo Saturday Gas tank at Latonla explodes auc turfs Jncob Berg mortally Injured Marshall Ilianton of Mnysvllle accidentally kills himself whllo hunt- Ing Judgo Robert L Stout Versailles operated to remove tumor iron tomach Train breaks down In tunnel lit Somerset and engineer nearly as iliyxlateh 1 Till IUIILIO FOHUM I I low CnriirKlK and Hill Mnilo Million Andrew Carnegie and James J lUll have probably made moro lonoy by skillful advertising then IIny other men In America In the IIno of shrewd advertising as wells In knowing how to accumulate illllons they are experts of tin ghost order For yearn Mr Cnr- nejlo kept himself and the Carnegli inipany before tho public so ttrectu- nlly that the American people be lIovell that by oil odds his concern was far and away tho greatest In tin country Very tow know that nt time tlnie the Steel Corporation was form ellI another Iron and steel company In Pittsburgh hall an output almost Rlf great an CarnOglos Tho world klloi all about tho Carnegie com iany but It didnt know abou t others 1 Carnegie capitalized his roputa lion and sold to the Steel Corpora I lion for two or three hundred mil tt- flln dollars more than ho could bar J made hind he not for years know nnd practiced tho art of tile wider I possible publicity Tho stool Cor poratlonfl Issue of securities base I In part on the ownership of tho Cur t negle plant had loss water than I many have supposed It was morel I the turning Into securities of tho j tremendous asset of tho worldwill I reputation of the Carnegie company nnd Mr Carnegie thus capitalize mill sold for some hundreds of mill- Ions the publicity work which he hall carried on for years This wns equaled only by Mr James J 11111 when ho was getting ready to sell his Ironore properties In tho Lake ro glon For several years Mr 11111 never lost an opportunity to keep 110 foro tho public tho increasing ram of iron oro and tho vast quontlt which ho owned In tho Lake rcglov There wore many suggestions of tho fact that these could not be dup cated at any price coil that thrr would be very cheap at a dollar n- ton In tho ground as they might furnish tho basis for some Independent steel company Nobody knew ver much about these properties but the public llnally como to believe thnt they were so Immensely aluableI that they were almost necessary toIII the existence of tho Stool When limo CorporationII to make thciplijSiasoof urtles on the basis of about 1 ton In tho ground thus assuming Ilorjj obligation as a toaster stroke by general public who know nothing IIn the world about ores or about thus particular ore properties Like Cal mtgle Mr Hill hind capitalized hllI publicity work to the extent of gut oral hundred million dollars Tho Steel Corporation could never hanl been floated without taking In the Carnegie plant not so much bccnuK of Its magnitude as because of tho reputation won by Carnegles magi llcont publicity campaign rnnnln orer many years The Steel Corpoi atlon could never have met nubll approval In paying such a price ror the 11111 ore properties If 11111 hadn t inado the public by the most skltUuI work believe that they wore real r essential to Its welfare And so after all the groat fortunes of Carnegie and HillI are mare ly due to the advertising which mad osHble tho capitalization of the pub lie sentiment that they had create about their own enterprises Tho ration of such public sentiment or such widespread knowledge abet my section or any business Is one of its assets often more Important than the natural resources of tho country ar the immediate direct results the t follow a broad advertising catupalgr Manufacturers Record I rr STATE PRESS w Unnolirril Wc pass unnoticed rill Insinuation nit nt us In recent issue of tho Call1WII County News from the IllIn of Hugh Lyon Harry Drown Rose Lloyd and others Those small rry mud dirty pupplea arc unworthy any attention front a decent public Lycn County Herald npalilc lit Two nlcrif jilini There are many Democratic wind tales for mayor of Padiieah the oLe lion being two yearn hence Iatluca tow less a Republican mayor whirl qr coune enhance tine Democratic oPllortllnltOollsIIOTO Mirssengw- Dont i stand much chance after II democratic administration Cnlvoi Jlty Titmice Nut S AnoiiinliHiH After All The Courier Journnl In IU IMUO of ho 10th took ho Mowengor to tail indur thus caption of An Anomalou ojritlou 4In which It undertakes tto how that time Muttongor In oppotlni Mat It termed the good road inendmwnt contradicts itself In Itlt Mllcy for good roads III tills the CourlurJournal Is mistaken Tho M senger to and always hllll boon in favor of moot roads ant has co oxprownd Itself over since iIt- hus boon a nowfeiKipor It has always liked tbo present con tltiitlon and Is opposed to its bclni torn up for good roads or anythlni OIIC tinlow It will strengthen It ns a rholo and bo beneficial to time poopl of tho state at large Such an amend wont In our opinion has never yett eon before tho people Wo liellevi tho amendment voted on was a verj angcroits one and that the peopli dill a wko thing when they voted it down Hidden 1 behind It was graft high axes and a long lino of Interna roubles that would have cost the tax ayerS of time state perhaps mllllom or dollars boforo tho mistake of one nys vote could have been remedied It Is true the state In tar behind In good roods and by all meant they cull be built and there Ii no part or the state whore good road are 111010 needed than this yes oven In GraC4J county but If we never get Kooll roads In the comfy until they nrlJ uotlPii by such a deceptive amend lent as the ono voted on then we aro a generation or more ahead of thenf The hnguagc of this amendment was Ingeniously framed and called tho good roads amendment in rdor to deceive the IIgnorant voter Into the Idea of getting good roads for tho mere asking thereby Inircat Ing Irm to vote fur IU not knowing how heavy It was loaded but In this lho advocates of the measure ovOr loked their sands When It comet to taking tho bridles off of tho leglsII laturo and removing tho necessary restrictions with that old Idea of state aid tho llIlelltructhoIl tucky are too well hoodwinked Jn any xuch a way The rent moaning of the amend Meat was to take tin restrictions oft of tho loetalaturp thrrftiy pormlttlng It to loan tho groat credit of the state to Its favored sections tndcr our presort constitution tho peoplo of havoc county can bund for 200000 which Itf a thlullI1II pond for toad nnrpow s at one time Thus wo arc In favor of but wo op pose any power that will permit our county to bond hnrtolf for a halt million of dollars for roil or any other imrpoyos Mnjfleld Mssongpr voir HONT IIAVI TO WAIT Rvery dose inakim you tort lu ttrr Lax Kon keeps your whole Insiilcs right SnM on the Muixeyllaek plan ovary whore Price COc WHWt1MWNWWN d tt- i AT THE CHURCHES t tt- iTTTTT TTTTTr Christ limo Way was the subject of tho livening sermon of till Rev M 1K Dodd pastor of till hint Baptist church last night Owing to the Inrlumont weather tic congriga j tlon was not as large at limo evening service as In thu morning IIaptxni I followed the close of the evening service Paul the MluKlonary was the 8ubjecof the morning Il1r- mono Next Friday evening the Mite society of tho First Baptist cliurrli will celebrate tho completion of Its thirtyeighth year with n reception at the homo qf time pastor 125 North Fifth street All members of the church and friends of tho society are Invited to bo present Beginning Sunday November 2S the week Qf Iprter fur laymen will IK BU During tho week laymen of all denomination will pray for time redemption of this worldIbud I If I bo Wied up wilt draw all own unto nw All times have their party rrlr and portillar popular mnvementii said the nYD C Wright fit Grace church yesterday The call of today le Ilaok to Cliriitt Men are tired of lognw and dlMrnsoa of creeds land domination lilckerlng and theyII want Christ Tho twlution of all ao ei l Induslrkil International and In I dividual probfttiM Is found In the pnmalfled1 1 life to llead for the atlatamont of hniMIneti and anoflp 1I In this world n well at for thefHtur Hf Clirltt ilIla living todajs Jiirt aa much ath was living 2eallsuars ago The radars wcucJlllIfthllu to reside the tonibraa 1C CJbrtot were hi It Cbrtal was I rtehl in tk lr inlilst iKiiimJ atHl1 f Uvrl by world llnoM andI ho Is luring today r We ri find him now aa Ilw was fonml wln n walking the earth In the person of a man Tim life of Christ WM pwullarly a battle analnat wonlllno L For M ears ho llvwl tavrpMrlce life of- In orlentlal vllliRa oanformtDK to IU routine yet nevfr forcettJtif the tuition on which ho WM sent His Career In the fleMi WM n iwrle of ennlllrta In which lie orcroime tilt detracting Infnewsa around him and on Cnlvary by giving qp liia life lie forever conquered nnd triumphed over time world t Teddy tkV IsI n rnovumunt amuse laymen to carry the aol1el1 Into all time world and theyare praying and wxirklng earnestly to that end To prevent the church tram lheist- witholtl I a i aitor tljs Rev Wllltain Ilournuln who reeontlf offered his rPtlttitlon M pester Of the 0rmsn Nvanllelcal church has coi ented to held up his nHlgnatlon until spring In the mratiilmo the church ollleers will seek a nw pastor anti probably will have the new pa tor selectedl by sprlnic wlin Dr llourquln will lenve Pndncah Hle hesbeenl popular In EXCURSIONBULLETIN Chicago III National Farm Land CungrWovatniicf 10 20lh United States Land Dud Irrlwvtlon KxiioKltlon Nov 20 IXe 4I international Live Stock Kxtmftltlon Nov 27th lice 10 Dates of sale Nov 15 1C 20 t t 2X 20 and 3J Dec 1 fi C 1909 Return limit Dorenilxr 13 1909 Round trip rate fllOOi Council Illulfii la National Hnrtkultuhai Oongrcas date of sate Nov 116 and 18 Re turn limit Nov 22 1909 Rotin trip rale 11955 Memphis Teniff Dedication new Scottish Rite Cathedral Dates of sale Nov II and 15 I lOll Limit Nov 21 Round trip rate J5SO Omaha Neb National Corn Hxpnslllon Dat sof role Dee 0 S 10 IS anti 151 limit Her 20 it nod trip rate 1955 J T Donoein Agent Filth and Ilroiidway It M Prallir T A Union Depot t fi REMOVAL NOTICE Having bought the electric stock and fixtures of the Foreman Bros Electric Co we have moved our entire stock of Bicycles Motorcycles and electrical goods to the above companys old standat 12s3 Broadway where we will carry a complete line of Bicycles Motorcycles and Gasoline Engines Chandeliers and electrical goods andssupplies Our entire second floor will be used as our repair shop We solicit a liberalshare of your patornage which wiJlreJf J j t ceive our prompt attentione1 I MITCHELL WARDEN ELECTRICAL WORKS Old Phone 435A 123 Broadway New Phone 423A the city andl has taken nn active In uert lit Suiidv Mhool work Tho hoard of the First Christen hurth i In corr aM ndw c with vrerat iiilnl ter In an effort to call di IINUtor to take charge of tkU tar Itvlwt I s n rttil weeks ago a call Will extends to he Rev Unrk to corm lull the cnn regAUun of hls cbnrrli at Nevada re uftd to accept hla rtsnatIomm and IIia retained him i Tie UdlM cf time Tenth Streot Minstton church renthced 20 Irma the blrthitnar social hives InK iYklay night Tit the rethlenco of Mm Sliloiidiirant COS North Sixth I trttt 1 oodwrlnnd 1l1IoohtmIIII I 01Iwere Wflll attended Prayer ntefili 1M the nvrnlnK was conducted l jr JHr I W S Wrtiht Word wmii leaptrnd mm the ROT D W Fouk that lie- Ia rapidly recovering ami will rcliir ltl latUr taut of the woK A largo crowd wa Mescal it tile tstli strut UhrlUUn church yea erday tu hear Rev Mr llopklna of xiulavtlle state Sunday eiiool even iKllat IMItI k It way an infatuating ililreta and was ItJllltly tiijoytxl irfltluatliiK exercises of the teactiera I ralHliig Vase wyr lield In the eresI- wg and six were graduatetl At tile North Twelfth 9tro t Bakm IH church yesterdayt Mr Mattlnglr ilted the pulpit In the alllOli08 of the lev J R Clark who to eouduoUii- xmeetly I a at lIanJw ton Thu attend nee was large Two wail altcudud tor1cOJi wore meld al thuSoennil itaptlit church urlonlnr and Imo Wv MrI Snmlluy reached two oxeellent sermons The MeclmnlctburR Mnlhodlit hold lilendld a rvltea and thu iMrnwiiH of Ihe Rev Mr Wnrdrlp ware very In creating Communion aervlee were hohl at Ihp German Ktincellcal church yes erday and a large number attended hern were two appllcanti for mon iprililp The usual Sunday program waiI arrled out at tho German LutheranI Our shoe repairing is in a class by itself Bestquickest We repair shoes so theyre good for more ser vice Phone 102 Well send and get your shoes andre turn them quickly DoandjI Won ens sewed peg or50cWomens solo Blld75cheel I 00sole1 cTdb tat M chunli and at the liuxinfM m eilrn yi trdayt afternoon the ttiai Inoiitli bnluess was traneaeted- n rrv IIMIV A i tiiirnnWhy OrnrllHonM llraa ho IIvor Pill will cure that i nit Uunrnirrd by all drmigglatL NMMMMMIY I I RISER REDS JI w r JJ HinT SlnRcn liMUrtmrph 03 OG tall CinHnnatl oa 01 sirs UouUrHto L9 01 rIse Kvanwill SC OII InU iSUVetaoa L8 00 fall MC CaniHri 21 00 MM NaahllIht 70 02 rtoo etdIVloreweeJobwaobvlti 17 00 tlt- SIiCfllro 112 1 rkn- OGSt Look II llli fall Isdueali so flS ii arhk oa 01 net crUte18 01 01 rise liver Forernvl + Tho river nt Imliicnli will rfto for the next 31 hours TtMlnyH Arrlvnlo Hob Dudloy from Itrnnsvlllu1 Dick Fowlur from Cairo Cowling from Metropolis Ohio from liny City Clydo from Waterloo Aln lletllei Owen iron Hrookport TodnyH l cinriues flab Dudley for Hvnmivlllo Cowling for MetropoIlR Hid Fowler for Cairo Clyde for Joppa Ohio for Hay City Nellie for Trnlmcaee Ulvor nml VnllitT The gauge lliia iiioriitnB nt 7 Why Iis Quaker Kxtraet dlfforont from any other remedy thoro Ii on tie market Ilemiuo you era not taking pllte jirolleta or other dope whleh are uwialy compogod of acne opiate or other nnd from tho sue of which you tl iiiiiHi hene fit from a amplo JIB from n barrel fuH mill for this very reason they adtvrtliw to Klvo you a froo sample or a trialtreatment You know that whon n dose or two fromn Bam the will show you wonderfull re silks you io lilvuly nuivt ho convinced that you arc taking a meted elite cnnnuued ohs ire kind of opiate Unton Maher tho Quaker Itoflllh Toachor ivfshca to call your attention to poilllvo facts Ho does not claim Quaker Kxtrnctl to bo a cure nll hut he dooa claim Quaker llixtmct and Oil of Halm will 11081 lively euro llhcumntlim Catnrrh Kidney Mvcr Stomach or Blond Troulilo and will also extol nil wormior rout thin ott man wonyin or child Why lie inuso It is composed of Natures own rniieillcf It has 1hocii on the market for years and today has that came wonderful curallvo power that It had vents ago wlicu It Win tnV only medlclno known tto dun foro oclock read 2s IndUntdiR a rise of iwodntlii of n foul glare Hundnjr murnlnR Weather rainy awl hutf num fair XOhH nod IVrMinul Tine usual Sunday qHtal i rertllll timer tho local harbor ystsrduj allit no hernia were moving With the rlrcr ruin nod emus ywtorday slut today and good heating Stng IU pre dkhd shun With a halt trip or nnn handiw the Hob Diidley arrlvoil this morn Inxnt 6 orlork Sh departedl fur rTiuiitilllB about KaO Wlrti the saaoHiW ilflt Cutaway RIll It Awnlt thla moniiHK lirouciu t log raft out of the Tenne HH river for the IMduroli Veneer K IHtnber iHiHiny l alit Hickory will leare this week for Carthage Tenii to K iiiHle on ulna towboal C M Palo With Cnpl lea IlMinvtt at the wheel Ilist towlmat Nolllo deiiartttl- thin i iiioniliiK fur the Tennessee river and will BrUiB out n tart of ties Trom Waterloo Ala and way landing the City of Dnltltlo aex pected In purl tomorrow nftrrniHin nn hur way hock to HI Koula- Papl Itcrry nn fnsumnre In- vsltna who has liven working In tVilro Joppa and Metropolto was In Pnducnh jMterday nil left for John tonvlllK Tenn Inst tight to tnldl steamer flhtloli Ida hvadiuar IIhll aro In Cincinnati o Rainfall for yeatorday and last IncltsllectresarrliM near the Inks ydO nlay l r rant Many went over to MHI will fi large iiumhur yore out pecan hunt lllR Ill charge of Capt Dirk Smith of Iniilv1li the little Royal cleared port yenierday oiirouto 10 Koiilnvllle ID enter the packet tnW uemi hntwren there nod Dnrby rDO YOU KNOW WHAT QUAKER IS Fisher Calls Your Attention to Positive Facts receive germs system Powers ulcniiinr fathom time friends of QiiRkert and lies been handed down from Mntitt bit to Konomtlon and mill main hah that tamo ourntlvo xiwer This Is tho roacon Fishier cornea to this city with tho commit cojilldeiun of curing time jitoplo hero with time Quaker Kxtraet that he has lied In all tho cities 1s1fml by htm In limo peel Ifs to not hervi today nml away tomorrow but will remain hors until ho has nrtoinpllnliml Ida seta dnt-o euro the people In his commun ity he proves what ho ItysTime way he proves U by curlliK tho PHI pie Fisher wlriios you to mil on him at McPhoivons drug store oar nor Fourth Sheet anti Hroauway arid havo a talk with him It coiU you nothing hiss will explain In de tall what Quaker KxtraetI anti Oil ot immnanilyAnyone Slvi n bottle of time extract free Just to Provo that It will oxpoll It head and rill comiilot Visitor1 In nt McPhorfonp corner I wirlli street and Hroadwny from 9 i in to G pirn dally and liras you lo call The remedies art cent lo an tof town rrMrnew on re ript of irrlcp Quaker Herb Kxtraet 1 0 3 for 2COj Oil ot Halm 3o I Uher proves what he jVytf v 1 Momvr xovT mEn ix 1 THE PADUCAH EVENIiSv SUN eUIO a 1 t 0I Veils and Veiling 25c lardI I IeI 11 We are making a speialonl 25c yard veiling It is the only price we have but you will find the greatest values and newest designs at this price xou ever saw A look will I pay you v p PilE LOCAL BWsl A GKTJIT AT GILBERTS Rubber stamp seals brays BtmclM etc at Tliu Sun office fwkljhono Tho Sun offlcn for tramples and priced of all kinds of typewriterr papers Dr I Gilbert Osteopath 642 Broadway Phones 19C Dr K G Slam per dentist L flow la till new office C42 Broadway ground lloor Roth phone 19C Tho greatest variety of typewriter papers trout onion skits tto heavy ledgers and In sizes from half letter to legal nl Tim Hun office Pall bulbs ot nil kind Uyaj clnth Naralmtift Tlhlnoso LIIN8 and Tulip llrunsonK C29 HroadwayJ Plano tuning flrnt class C W haulm old phone 972 Hruiuon IIM the iod that will produce a HUB llawn plant now IlrunHin K19 Broadway Linen markers fur tale at lhll orateTry a loot of Klrohoffs Puro Rye Bread And Vienna Itolls Mve ttotik Insure your horse with Smith I 1111l- hlraIMUI rtlnnrnnt Unit rolfeo Short littler Open day and night SI19 lIvrataoky avenue Tho Illlioli Central railroad 11 car wltf arrive tginwrrow morning mill the etwploeI ot the railroad will 1lt Ipld Ititall store will rP milii open tomorrow night nt usual tit aeeomnlodiil the railroad trade Tho regular mooting of ttie board of counrllmon will bo hold at till city hall tonight beginning at 7tO oclock Tho meeting will ho hold In the police court room units did not prevent a gram fro yoctorday and the No 4 nre company was called out to extinguish a blnro on n vacant lot at iSixth and Jones mrciils No damage WM dung The ruin today nail yesterday will relieve tho llremon Freak Orr cut a len gnih In hi rlht Wand thto morning at SJiol tone foundry whon a ptoeo of stool Mr nek hint Dr JrS Troiitman drmaed the Injury which li not se rloneFROERAL COURT Coutlnued From Pago One taut district attorney n3 W Long Martha Etwood Ncel deputy than dial Will Iflades chief deputy mar Bhal i MlM Hortonsollorton deputy I A 5f Grief Oscar Sharks and Gtorgo Lohnhard bfillffts J It Slums court miMWorigor On motion of IK W Rachy J Cloy ErwlnI of Murray was sworn In an itn nttornny to practice as the lorill bar M Ii llollllold of Mnyflold woe admitted on motion of II C LcayI and IFrank Hives ot Hopkins vllle sworn on motion or J C dates U S es- UT S vs Snm Carter continued It H vs J 8 BordoAit and 0 IPalmer continued On motion of District Attorney Dultulle the two cases ngnlnct Philip 1 I Abbott worn continued The bondBinen of Pole Mono ap peared In earl and said Moss woe coullued In Jail at Fulton and could not appear The case was continued until tho ilext term with the name bondHinan Tho case of the U S against Her man Love was continued owing to Love being seriously ill with cult sumption In tho suit of Tom Stephens Pete Bulgur the defendant pleaded guilty Attorney Eugauo Graves representing him naked for n con tinuance on tho grounds that IlulKor was not ready for trial Judge Ky tint asked for an affidavit which was prepared and submitted An Im portant witness for UIO defendant Is oil of tho state anti unable to tip found Mot Ions After empaneling the grand Jury I nod petit Jury Judgo IEvans called for motion trout tho attorneys Pita out afterwards taking up tho United States circuit court docket An answer watt tiled by D A t Amos In tho case of Henry llcnnett against Amos tutu others growing out of night rider depredations iIn him case or C W pucker against ID A Amos et nt separate answers were Idled by lE 11 Ring and A IIL Mitchell Answers of A IL Mitchell J IL Todd and O IL Smith wore Hied In thu suit of Inurn Toomey against D AUuoa ct nl while continuances wore granted In tho cases of I MI Wood vs D A Amos et at and n1L W Cordon vs 1U A Amos et a1 In the suit of A II Canlln against William Nerfl et nl a continuance was granted In lull null of Tom Stophcns against Alonzo Tray the answer of J S Hedged and Luther Tray were tiled A stipulation woe Illed In the suit of John D Jones against T D Drill and n continuance grantee In tho suit of 1B LI D Toot against till Oily National blink an amended petition woe Hied by the plaintiffs whllo tho defendant tiled a de litU nor Attorney Tom Crlce suggested the donut of the defendant In the suit of IMwnrd Lougenbuoh against C lS Knight Crlco represented tho de fondantTranscrlplM vitro Illed In the following cnie ll Knight Hilts or W Knight against I C R It Ct4 Andrew Patten ugaltiHl I C It Iti IL IP Hlghta vs I C IlJU LlUker agaltiHt WIt Kentuoky Coal eOi Ml cur AlllHton VH I C It It Thu M 11 mo of 1 Flee woe stricken In tho null of taurn Toomey against D A Amos et al on notion of tho district attorney Same order was made In the suit of C W Iluckor ngnlnst D A Auto et nl Judge Kvana appointed ilr Mus ron llurnott as a Jury commissioner to succeed the late Thomas J Atkins who served fur some time Visiting attorneys present at court today wuro Carl Henderson of Marlon J C Speight of Mnyflold State Senator Frank Hooves of hop klnsrllle Jake Corbett or Ilallard county John I Wlckllffo of WleX llffo Wheeler Campbell of Louis ville Pete Soy of Maylleld J K Uobblns of Maylleld Gus5 Thomas of Mayllold J T Webb of May loll John Murphy of Mnyfluld Ixiwla Tlllman of Nashville It W Lindsay ot Princeton John Oaten of Irlticdlnn MrtN Illolloivrll lrtv ent- Mrfl Mary Lou llollowell of 1Kv nnivlllo who recovered 3fi000 damages trout John llollowell et al last year for night ruder damages Will present In court this morning being n witness In the night rider suit coming up nt this turn of court The grand Jury roturnoil ka batch of 110 Indifttmonts for the Illicit toll lilt of liquor one Indictment being withhold They were agalnit Tom Harris John Tlunmrd Henry Peorwn 01110 Oamhlo base lloleher lluruott Mur rt1lI IKm Dick Dink Sonvore and IlidI Kelloy lkhaee agalut Harris Thar nard Gamble Sensor aril Kelley ire continued Holcher woe tried and toad guilty its waif Henry Poor ton llurnott Murroll colored plead ed gullttf and was fined 100 ruin g ntenccd to 3rt days In tho county Jail Rd Kelloy colored pleadeU1 not guilty and tho cago was sot for 9 oclock tomorrow morning Polo liulger s notion for o con tinuance woe overruled and ho was IrUM by jury and found guilty Those found guilty of Miootlogglng will bo suiitenred later by Judge Evans Settlomonta worn reported In the niItH ot Foreman Ilrop vs stoamor W II Ituttorff U 0 Nichols vs gasoline boat Oillo IL and Fitzgerald Lltrhford Co vs steamer Charles Turner r BatCOft ft tr fie Tile clrtanl prrparnllon curt chipped hands lace and tips sod all roughness and Itrllnilon vl the skin ll krrpi the kln will muulh and while Ills c pcc Sell ORtrtnhlt to ladle and children II IeI nlrrly prrlumrd Irre Inm rrrcwill not stun and li very superior lu pnpurkenconlalnlnx xlyerins 25c al all drucglMk 4 iRW VMkir Co jq aa- u = p ca y IN SOCIAL CIRCLES Irish Fairy anil yolk Lore Tho Ilecture by the eminent IrishI lecturer and poet at tno Throe Links building on the evening of Friday November 19 under the Hospices ofr tho Knights ot Columbus will be n rare treat to lovers of the quaint humor and touching pathos ot Irish homo life and manners In bringing this charming lecturer to Paducah tho Knights of Columbus deslro to Interest their members nod friends In such entertainments and have flxca tho price ot admission at 25 cents with the hope that a good attend once can be secured and that they will be encouraged to bring other able and entertaining talkers during tho coming winter Womans Club Celebrates FourthI Year The anniversary reception of tho Womans stub is being held this af ternoon at tho club house It Is pleasant social occasion marking tho fourth year of thU clubs organiza lion an event the town should really celebrate so splendid has been the clubs record for good civic work Ini all of Its departments in tho four yearn Tho club house is attractively decorated In green gold and white the club colors which are alto feat ured In the delightful refreshments served The hostesses of the afternoon aid Hall Mrs Muscoc Burnett Mrs Arch Sutherland Mrs J C Flournoy I Mrf I D Wllcox Mrs IF M Fisher I Mrs George tangstaff Jr UpjHir hallo Mrs I 0 Walker Mrs John Dorian Mrs L V Armor troutt Library Mrs John G Miller Mrs C S Rookwaller Mrs Joints K lion drlck Mrs W A Gardner MrsI George c Wallace Mrs Mary Wat son Miss ljwry Mrs Saunders lFow ler Dining room Mrs Charles Ktlie r Mrs J P Smith Miss McCandlws MlM Blanche Hills Mitt Sadie Pax ton Mrs Clarence Shorroll Mrs J C rtterhack Miss Slnnott Mrs Henry Rudy- Auditorium Mrs J A Iludy Mfr Adlno Morton Mrs A It Meyers Mrs Joke Corbett Mrs IF E Hold head Mrs Victor Vorls Mrs T C Leech Mn Will Bradshaw Jr Mrs O L Gregory MM J K For Ktifon Mies Susan Morton Mrs George Flournoy Mrs Earl Palmer Mrs H S Weils Itrldce Afternoon for IlrldoKlect Mrf Andrew Campbell of the Cnchrnn Apartments Is entertaining the Sowing Bee this afternoon at Bridge In complment to Miss Italic Cflleman a bride of next week and nun of time members of tide popular Sowing club which has a number of1 attractive brides to Its credit In re cent years- Bemphrx Wiilillnj of Iiili m t Hero Sundays NewSomltnr Memphis sews tillj iletalU of n wetldinjthere tint hoi Interest hero at the attrac tive bride was formerly a resident of Paducah and Is prominently relate hero Mini Caroline C Salfarans of Memphis and Lieut William J Olxuighlin of Now York were qulotly married on Nov 5 al time par sonage of the Find MetJiodlst church in this city by the Rev I wlH Powell only relatives of the bride being pres ontoTho marriage while not unex IpectedI I carne as a surprise to the many frlrndt of tho bride Ling1 hast ened by the fart that Lieut OIxURh Hit obtained his leave of absence soon er than was anticipated Mrs Olxiughlln was well known In Mont dill coclal and church circles being an artist and a render of exceptional talent She was born nnd roared here as ales was her other the lalo OiKirgo L Seffarans a gallant Con federate soldier one of tho old Bluff City Grays 154th Tennostvo regiment She Is a slater to Capt bongo Coolidge Suffarans Seeped United States Infantry mill grand daughter of John Salfarans ono of the irtoneer residents of Memphis Lieut OLouchlln Is a native of Now York and offlcer In the United States army stationed at Fort Lea von worth Inn whore the couple will make their homo after tho ifilli The brides golngaway gown was navy blue chiffon broadcloth with n gray willow plumed lint Informal Tea On Saturday Afternoon Mrs Henry Rudy and Mrs Robert D MacMlllon will entertain with an Informal Tea flue afternoon of Satur day November 20 from 1 to D oclock nt tho Womans club house Reality nun Prosperity Miss Annie Hearno and Mr Avery afford a couple front Carlisle county were married yesterday after noon by tho Rev M K Mould Tho ceremony was performed nt the Com mercial hotel Tho bride Is a pretty young woman and the groom Is a prosperous young farmer Miss Elizabeth Kirkland 1511 Ilroadwny arrived home Saturday evening from Baltimore where sho has born for sowral weeks visiting relatives Mr Charles layman of 1101I South Third street returncifl this morning trout Kvansvllle Ind and Owensboro Ky where ho visited his Mr Joo pavls of Chicago Is tho guest of Mr L L Phillips 200 Outhrlo avenue a Mr Charles Kwgan loft yesterday for n visit In Nortonvlllc Henderson and 1tivnnsvlllo oathlxlhHolly Sprlngo Mfs Inn two weeks vIsit to Mrs W C Elliott A WIIIUTJIHAT That sounds struiiftc nut 1Js1 true It refers to Faust Brand Spaghetti the great American wheat food that has won thousands from the meat Imlilt and milled a staple article of food to vegetarian fnro A WhcntMfiatl v Think ot lit Imagine It you can a food all nourishing as meat that require leM energy to hentIlngthattaintedthat la 10 clean BO cheap and ro adapt able for everyday Ing ai to bo beyond cookI pnre Such a food Is Faust llrand Spaghetti Serve It a new ftver dllyCor dinner or supper yalInt thnt old qucxllon What to Cook Faust Spaghetti Ito sold by all gro ecru In five and ten cent package sealed Uook of twentythree recipe sent free on request JIAULL nnoTiinng ST LOUIS MO Mrs George Flournoy of Paducah IKy who Is a great toclal favorite Ila Nashville will arrive tomorrow after noon to visit Mrs H Blair Smith Nashville Mllanjier IIr Ernest Lackey has gone tto J Chicago on business Mrs Ad Hash and little daughter I Jennie Hoslna have returned from Memphis whore they have resided for three months Mr and Mrs D Conley have rc turned to their homo In Klmorc after a visit to Mrs J H fallen 1011 Clark street Mr and Mrs Kiddle Hagnn of Columbia Tenn aro guests of Mr and Mrs L 11 Hagan Mr George Shepherd has returned to Ixiulsvlllc after having beet called there by tho Illness and dcatn of his sister Miss Maud Shepherd of Lowes Miss Alice Drabcllu Of St Louis will arrive Wednesday to bo the guest of Mrs It D MacMlllon Capt Iloyco Iterryman has re turned from Metropolis- Mr J Fount Hugg a student ot the Hall Moody Institute at Martin Tenn arrived In the city this morn lag on a visit to relatives Prof Wllllan Patterson who has been visiting his sister Mr George Flournoy and who delivered eoveral splendid lectures In tills city loft this morning for Cincinnati Mr U O Sauce of Gracoy If the guest of his nluce Mrs Will fondles 1125 Matllon ttreot Owen Green roturnod this morning after visiting relatives In May flold anti lUckory Grove Miss Carrie Itlcko left this morn Ing to vlelt In Louisville First Tobacco Sales Fortytwo thousand pounds of to burro were offered and sold title morning at Uohmera loow loaf1 to Iwcoc WTireliouro Ninth anti Ilarriton streets highest price brought WM llflSC and the lowest I81U The tobacco was of medium quality and brought higher prices than ever be fore according to Mr Cnmpbell who Is In charge Ridding was spirited and there were a number of buyers present Many who did not mnko purchases oxl reseed themselves anx lOlls to offer their tobacco soon Today was the opening of this season and Indicate a nourishing bu lnen First OmiMiuuirnntN Yesterday was first communion day al the St Francis do Sales Catholic church and a class of IS made their first communion The following Is the list Herman Grief Charles Gock el Claronco Gockol Chariest Dorian lames Hobart Joseph Cummins John Mulvln Joseph Markoy Edward Kortz Raymond Lulgs Edward OlwrhaiiBon Herbert Evltts Joseph Watkltis Thomas Woodard Jerome Chappel Anthony Volght Louis Gour buy 1Eugene Sutherland Clarence Ttfchlor Francis Ellington David Ayers and Hobort Woolfolk Rose- Mary Hick Ixiuella Mary Anderson Sarah 1Elizabeth Iltonford Irene IFrancko Battle Farrell Mary Leo Ibeaker Florence Elam Mary Vir ginia Mullen Katherine Morgan Lilly Lovado Yopp Agree Elizabeth Byrne Lucy Mary Llmback Jose phone Glyiin Roglna Hoso Flynn Marguerite Gourlcux Mary Kather Ing Nlchota Mary Martin Oamllli KcUoy Mary Dugan Mary Blnnford Rosetta Llcdwlckor Salllo Kortz Agnes Flzo Mary Saffer Itosalln Mol gan Mary McCuno I Deed FIIeIJThomas A Clark and Mr L Clark to Andrew A Ilordy and C N Ilerdy property In the county Jl W C dBrnn to J E Mathers of Joppa III property In OBryans ad titian 1 After May Hannon wasnrrested this afternoon by Patrolman lUre for kecrilug it bawdy house III tho vicinity of tho Houndtop on the north side of town tin agreed Judgment for 25 was given by Judge Cross She agreed to abandon the house Another dinner for thin members of the Commercial club will bo held tomorrow at noon at the Palmer Home All tho mcmhets nut expected to be present Tho dinners have boon pleasant affairs and have made tho members better acquainted with each other i later Biclataaal ll Life Flows Along Like a Song- For I the stealthy man 8I Is GrapeMNQtsIIII I I IEmbroideredI I I Back Kid Gloves I 250 Imported Gloves of the finest I quality kid In tan or black with the heavy embroidered backs This In the glovo that In talked of BO much In the I eastern cities Call and see themAll Sizes in Black or Tan 2 50 i TEeEtiuthrieta rNEWSSS OF U TSJ In County rural The will of W A Hudplph hasi been probated To his daughter tiles Mary Rudolph ho left 100 and nil the remainder ofJiIs estate he left to his wife Mrs Bottle A Hudolph lie asks that his wife give to his sons IErnest and Clint Rudolph enough proport to make them equal to his sons Harry mid Jx uls At the tenth of his wife ho asks that all of his property be distributed equally between his children His wife qual fled as administrator Deeds Klled Frank Bond to A C Nannoy prnKrty In Thurmans addition 75 Cell Reed master commissioner to George Hawlelgh property in Mar rls Flournoy and Trimbles addition S431 John Llttlo to W C OBryan and W A Martin property on the Illinois Central railroad and Little aye nue JlOOu Mrs S W Hodgo to Mrs Indiana Johnson property at Eighth and Jot Nashvllle Banner In Circuit Court II F Foster J M Hogan and IFrank Kircholt wore excused as petit Jurors and J IE Clark D 01 Potts md J 0 Swllzor wore appointed Tho docket for tomorrow Is Grant autos against the Illinois Central railroad Will C Overstreet against Iho Amorcan Patrlojs of Springfield IIII Carroll L Brunson against the American Patriots ot Springfield 1111 City of Paducah against the ftisualty Company of America J E rhompsou against E Thompron com any Evidence and arguments In the uase of Hannah Metcalfo against the IPaducah Traction company were lieard In circuit court this morning but a verdict had not lbeen returned this afternoon Mrs Melcalfe was Injured by a street car when It left the track at Sixth and Clark street several months ago She claimed that her shoulder waa Injured per mnllonll MnrrlnKP Licenses J W Xelron 32 probation omcrI find Inez Williams 23 of Bandana- C C Catcs 28 of Gravoe county nnd Maude Rust 21 ot McCrackon county 1 Edward C Jokortt 21 of Missouri farmer and Ells V Voett 21 of Wino Grove Mo I Mr C K wand or the county has thin liMkictlon of raising the urgent turnips tits year One brought In this morning weighted six und a hair poiutdsr In Selecting Silver Plate For Your Table You want beauty and dura bility articles that will always bo pleasing In appear ance always In tho bostof condition Yqn can safely rely on your own judgment regarding the beauty of design finish and stylo You can ruly absolutely on my word as to quality thou durability ot the ware My selections of Sliver Pluto have been Rondo with tho view ot offering a wide range of choice as to fash ionable and correct designs and llnlsli In superior qUill ity goods Come In today and see what I have It will bo a pleasure to show you Es pecially cxamlno Rogers Brothers and American Silver Company wares Prices are unusually tooth crate J L Wannerjiviaiit AXD OPTICIAN rill llroadxvujr Paducah tttJt LWANT ADS I t DR G B FROAGE has removed to I Brookhlll Bldg 4th nnd Broadway F010 RENT Furnlrficd front room cheap CIS South Fourth FOR SALE CHEAP Six room nouso 970 Clay MOTHERS Soothing Balm for- face and hands For sale at Stutzs BRAND now piano for saleatht price Address L T J this ofllce WANTED = 50 customers Clovor dale dairy Now phone 127 EIGHT horse motor lor sale cheap ut The Sun office FOR SALE Good gentle hors cheap Phone 222 HAIR GOODS Made to order Louvenla Miller Old phone 274a WIDEAWAKE Pressing club 601 Trimble Phone 12C9A FOR RENT Furnished and un furnished rooms 401 South Fourth FOR SALEA J7 Business College scholarship Address M W care Sun FOR RENT To gentlemen large nicely furnished room modern conveniences 725 Madison street FOR SALE Comparatively new SmithPremier typewriter A bargain Smith Davis 403 Broadway WANTEDA good second han runabout or buck board State price etc Address W J this once J E MORGAN Horse shoeing general repairing rubber tires 408 South Third street FOR RENT Nice office meant heat In the Register building U IS Realty Co Fraternity building PICTURES rained cheap 220 H Seventh St new phone 149C old 798H SEWED SOLES for mens shoes CO cents sewed soles for ladles shoes 50 cents at Harbours store FOR SALT Rent cheap buggies and wagons Sexton Sign Works ICth and Madison Doth phones 401 FURNISHED ROOMS with board close Inl 40S Washington street Old phone 78- 6IOifSlher watch between ttlt Craig Annex and Seventh and roo Reward for return to Tip IonJ IFI YOU wn do business and wanll something better address D T care1 Sun FOR SALEA 400 piano now never been used for 250 Address Plano care Time Sun FOIL SALE3 nIce cottages Good neighborhood 550 each 25 down balance 8 per month Address T G this office tVANTEDCnatotitoIL Red front barber shop Hair cut lOc shave lOc J W Ross and Crettlt Husband proprietors 22C Kentucky avenue I BARGAINS WALLPAPER 14 foot rooms 5c paper 350 lOc 435i 25c 5f75 Cash Phone 1S5G IeroII FREE OF CHARGE All Whit sewing machines adjusted free ot charge at F N Gardner Jr Either phone 39C CoII 1frf WASH lace curtains very care fully Oct them cleaner and whiter I thUD you could at home Star Laun dry Phono 200 I ILLINOIS Coal and Feed company ICth and Tennessee streets wants your ordor for feed and coal Quality land weights guaranteed Phones 285- WANT to do your watch and JJew elry repairing All work first class W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad way PRESSING and Dyeing Brownies Pressing club Momb rhlp 100 per month New phono 1172 711 South Fifth FOIt ltENTIcul furnlhed room All conveniences For gentle men Apply Rawlolgh apartments Sixth and Clay Now phone 1535 FOR RENTS room 2Btory con crete residence on Hlnklevlllo road 5 acres In cultivation Phone during daytime 223C Ring 1- WANTEDTo furnish your um brella with a now covr or handle W N Warren Jaweler 403 Broad way FOIL RENT Third floor Oehl pchlacger building Sixth and Broad way Will arrange to suit tenant Apply J II OehlschlnegorI I 1VANTEDIVo put now covers umbrellas whole you watt onII stock ot umbrellas EyeSee Co 315 Broadway WANTED You to get our propo sition We sell diamonds on easy payments EyeSee Jewelry Co 315 UrondwnyII POUR LACE curtains need clean Ing You will make no mistake In I sending them to time Star Laundry Phone 20- 0S H HOSTDN mho tailor Clean Ing pressing dyeing and repairing neatly done Ladles skirts and suits a specialty 121 South Ninth Old Irene 338a FOlt SALE Or trade for city property good faun In Livingston county of about 350 acres Apply to Drs O R and C E Kldd Padu cah KyCOIE LEE has roturned from Chicago after taking a postgraduate course In chlropldy Corns bunlqna ltd Ingrown nails extracted painlessly Residence call Ghee 103 South Fourth Old phoue 991- rFOfSALEi 84 acres of Maylleld crook bottom land 9 mile north of MaylUld Known as J A Adams land Write or tOO B F Powell Water Valley Kv R U No 1 Box 144 I WANTED Four boarders Apply at 1C IS Tennessee street FOR RKNT 4room residence 815 South Third Phonq 222 + FOR RENT2story J uloom house 1103 South Third stree Ap ply 705 Kentucky avenue I I I LOST Side curtain Iff inul0 mobile Finder please return 10thlR omco and receive rowad c I FOR SALEA good bllW Or811 eight years old Applyj01 jffaaill wayv+ WANTED To Insure your houee hold goods Smith Davis 403 Broadway I FOR IiENT Nice room furnaco heat good board with nice family 313 North Sixth I XOllr Illustrated catalogue explains how wo teach barber trade In a few weeks mailed free Ioler Barber College St LousMo- WANTEDGirls for lbattling de partment Dryfusz Well Co Ex lperlencedones preferred Apply at office 115 North Secon- dPOlItflNTFurnaco heated resl denco 510 Washington Reduced rent to satisfactory tenant W i L I Bralnard LAOm8 catalogue explainsr how wo teach lair dressing manicur lug facial massage etc In a few weeks mailed free Motor College St Louis M- oWANTEDTo cure running BoruS I carbuncles bolls cuts or burns Bowers salvo has cured others will cure you or no pay Osgood Bowyer 1209 Jefferson street LOST Nov 9 boys Crescent bl cycle coaster brake Broadway near Eighth Finder phono 1087 or 14 5 old Receive reward Herman Fried man TY 1 TAIWtl lace contains JutI the degree of stiffness that makes them hang nicely and dry them upon frames that make the square and stretch them smooth and even Star Loundry Phono 200 IOn SALE Six room house No C21 North Firth street Lot COxlfiO feet All Improvements sewer con nections paved streets Will sell heap Apply at No 1740 Harrison street RAILWAY mall clerks nnd custom house employs wanted Spring exami nations everywhere Over 2000 ap ointments during 1910 Commence neat salary 300 tRapId advance neat Short hours Steady work Common education sumclent Candl dates prepared tree Wrlto Imme diately for schedule Franklin Insti lute Dept 10711 Rochester N Y CITY IISSIONARY A city mlssonary has been pro vided by the First Baptist church and yesterday morning tho congregation concurred In tho action of the offi cers of limn church A lady whq hunt been trained In the work will bo noc u rod by tho hurcli and It will lio her duty to visit families and offer aid Owing to the pretv of duties tho pastor the Rev M E Dodd has not been able to do all of tho missionary work and tho church decided to se cure a worker for this cause In recognition of tho splendid servr Ices rendered by tho Rem M E Dodd the congregation voluntarily tester day morning voted nn Increase ot 300 a year to the salary of time pastor Since auiimlng charge of the pulpit Dr Dodd has boon untiring In his work and tho Increase In salary was well merited ELICCTIOV CERTIFICATE IS ISSUII TO W V KATOV Ills certificate of election was Is sued today by tho election conimtt1 loners to W V Eaton state aerate olect It was necessary to Issue the cortlllcato loday In lie election of state senator Late this afternoon the board will meet and Issue the 11 malnlng certificates Mr O B Starks has boon bury nl federal court and was prevented from attending ttfo Fostlon thus mirnlng Some little doubt was entertained about Issuing the certificate for magistrate from tho Seventh district and for alder monoTho commissioners recognize that tho clerical errors have been made but the hoard may havo to follow tho returns In tho back of the stub bosh and Issue the certificates tot J B Waltmim and George Ingram and force the successful candidates to go to court mini of Tliaiiks We desire to express our sincere thanki and appreciation to the nunicr ous frlciuis who administered to our necessities during tho Illness death and burial of our beloved husband and father and especially to time Rev WHIUun Grothor for his coniollng words We also deslro to thank our friends and relatives for the brautl ful lowers they placed upon his grave May God bless and keep you ono and all Respectfully MM1 C Wm Huoff and Family Do Yon Want n Nice IIUVM i It co plant tho Rockford Lawn Seed now You can get t al1IJrun sons 529 Broadway It I IJolini Ihomas coloredi was arresttt- oIl yesterday as ho stopped off of the Cairo train for robbing sovoralUiouaa In Lone Oak a week ago Thomas was seen In the vicinity of Jjono6ak and was suspected ot committing time theft and when ho returned from Cairy was vrrooj and placed In tho county jail I ISIWIIIIIanI jilvn by OVIvo camp- o U W O tl at K of C hurl November 1C Yr f rauil in ITHH PABUCAEf EVENING SUNfOnf xovrommTiB l4Jr JrKEY illBe LANDIS IS INSTALLED 1Rixcr roN ttllKSHYTHIir von IAliiiY lVMIOTS XIUV IMSTOIt fr rlnprtc uls ivn Services nt Krnlnrkj itreuun 1roxliytcrlnn Cliurcli Sunday 1188lXXI SMITH SIXRS SOLO Impressive services wore conducted at tho Kentucky Avenuo Presby terian church iMt nlghl whon the Ilov Hdwnrd Bryant lnndls was for imally Installed by tho Princeton Presbytwy as pastor of tho church On behalf of tho Presbytery tho Rev Eugene n Kuntz of Mayfleld de livered the charge to tho congrega tion and the Rev T M Hunt or Sturgis delivered tho charge to the pastor Dr II P Fullorton of St Louis Hold secretary of tho board of homo mlbslons nnd onco moder ator of tho general assembly preached tho cannon of tho evening rIM Anna Florence Smith of the conservatory of Princeton who is trnnlng the choir and whose singing ts a feature of tho regular Sunday srrvleoB sang a beautiful soprano solo Robert K Pierce played n violin solo for tho offertory- Dr Fiillortons sermon was apropos of tho occasion His text was For wo nro ambassadors of Christ Ho mado n plea for n moro general recognition of tho divine call to tho ministry and as n natural sequence tho recognition of tho ministers words as the words of God spokon through him Ho said that no man today has Imposed on him greater administrative responsibilities than tho minister and ho enumerated tile social priestly and financial obligations which nro heaped on tho pas tor Tact patience skill resource fulncan courage firmness nnd adapt ability are among his more human qualifications Hut time pulpit Is his throne said Dr Fullorton and tho sermon Blip ii Id bo mado tho center of time Sunday services Everything else phfjUld cjmlrlbulo to its effect Timor prom hmdr will bc called upon liRJIlions but ho will find that tho truo solution of all those questions is In Jesus Christ and Him crucified Tho minister Is not the ono to do nil tho work Ho Is to perfect tho salntsthat Is train tho church for its workTo the Congregation iin his charge to the congregation Mr Kuntz told tho kind of a church n pastor wants Ho said ho wants a responsive church a praying church n liberal church a working church n loyal church Mr Kuntz said ho does not believe In putting the pas tor Into tho shafts with tho sessions A Remedy Reliable CATARRI Elys Cream Balm ii quickly absorbed Gina Rtliel at Once Itcleiiuso soothes heat and protects Iho disoasttl taco LmnomsultingfrotaCutarrh Lny tUa FEVER6torcsTtuto snit Swell Full tize 50 cU at Drug- gistsI or by mail In liquid form 75 cents lily Brothers CO Warren HtrectNew York Doctors Prescribe GLASS PUT IN WARRENPhono tlnI CHILL LEATHER This is the season when mnlaI rial poison pervades the air makes you shiver and wake feel hot when ycuro cold and cold when youre tot Nyals Chill TONIC will knock this poison out of your system when quinine hot I drinks nnd blankets have all failed Wo sell It because its the best thing we know for chills and fever slJU la wily DONT you TRY r- eGILBERTS Drug Store fourth and Broad Streets- PHOMB104 GET IT AT GILHEIirS K L Five Years of Heart Trouble Cured by lr Miles Heart Remedy Before I began taking Dr Miles Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble for over five years I had pains in my left side and under my shoulder blade could not sleep on the left side mind was soshort of breath the least exertion wduld bring on the most distress ing palpitation I had scarcely J taken a half bottle of the Heart Remedy before I could sec a marked change in mycondition When I had taken six bottles I j was cured MRS C C GORKEY Northficld Va If there is fluttering or palpi tation it is an indication of a weakness of the nerves and mus dies of the heart Itis not neces sarily diseasedjust weak from overwork The heart may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs You can make a weak heart strong by taking Dr Miles Heart Rem edy Get 1 bottle from your druggist take it according to di rections and if it does not bene fit he will return your money I on time front seat time deacons on tho second ntitl tho congregation In nc hind with tho whip In tho hand of tho ruling elder or some othor equal ly competent person Ho said tho pastor Is tho heath of the loca church Tho sessions represents too people lint tho pastor represents Jesus Christ as his ambassador and Is untitled to consideration as such Whoever Insults tho truly called pastor Insults Him who sent time pastorMr Hurst read tho charge to the pastor Impressively and after tlio Installation engagements tno congregations pressed around thu pulpit and extended tho right land of fellowship to time newly ordained pastor who Is already launched on a successful work In tho church Air Hurst preached at tho morning service1 Wont Slight n flood Friend If over I need a cough modlclno again I know what to get declares Mrs A L they of Denies Me for after having ueod ton bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing Hg excellent results In my own family had others I am convinced It Is the best jnedlolne made tRIoCoughs Colds and lung trouble Evoryono who tries it tees Just that way Re hog is tot at onco and Its quick euro surprise you For Bronchitis Asth ma Hemorrhage Croup LaGrlppe Soro Throat pain In tho chest or lungs Its supreme EOc and 100 Trial botllo free Guaranteed by all druggists Young America Of course Thanksgiving doesnt mean Just sports for every oneparson has to preach that day lOur that cant bo much unl Mother has to Buprlntund Tho roasting of tho turk While Father sharpens carving knives This all means lots of work nut then for mete n dandy time I simply tako my sent At table when the dlnnorson N cat V oat N EAlf- Novombcr Llpplncotts Woman observed time epigram matic boarder Is a Puzzlo without an nnswrir Huh snorted old QrumplQy I never saw a womanwlthout ono yet1Boston TranscrilltI RicketyNerves Tip kind that fly to pieces on the least IrrltnUonlIEver notice tint people with such nerves are usually coffee or ten drinkers Its time drilgcalrelneht these beverages that causes the trouble ThuroH no drug of any kind In POSTUMIt skillfully roasted and when prop orly brewed Is a delicious wholesome food drink that rebuilds nerves injured by coffee Doll Iostum full 15 minutes see directions on pkg theres a Reason JOSTtTM CIIBAIVCO LTD Battjo Creek Mich A 4 BALLARD THACIIKIIS 11IIiT dIEIT Al- BII1NI711I SATUItHAY Interesting and Instructive Program I Js Prepared Occasion For time Blandvllle Nov 1C Program o Teachers association to bo held at Blandvlllo Spturdny Nov 20 Invocation Huv Ill Wilson Welcome address A M Wilson Hespouse Milton Showers I 1ractlcal Teaching Assigning lessons a =Importance1 bA Geography less- oncA Number less- ondA heading lesson Ernest Lane and Mrs Wood II Occupation for Youngest pupils aOamusbPlays bPlayscllusy work Miss Annlo Stoy IIIUse of Lesson Period aImportant Features A M Wilsonb Accumulating Knowledge1 o Mrs Andrews c Analysis and scluctlonaltsI- tobins d Kxplnlnlng and ImprosslnB- o Questioning Milton Show ers OllolowlngHarry Iluan- a Increasing Attendance and Interest M 1K WOI- llIbOooll Mnunora and Good Morn Is Miss Salmon clGooll OrderA II Adams dRecesses alai 0 II Burrow IMINE HORROR Continued from Page One were from shots fired by time Impris aroltilll In1lrl1onroEarllng and has not slept since ar riving on tho scone of tho accident Hurling is IIowful Tho mon report said Burke that tho elgnait wore distinct and wore meant for assurance that at least some of the men are alive Oh I hope tw said Earllng That Is at toast encouraging Experts who penetratedl the smoke filled air shaft to a depth of SCO feet with a np of hope for the relatives of entombed minor That tho fir has been extinguished Is tho conclusion of the mining ox perts and Inspectors sent hero by Governor Denovn to Investigate For mere than 30 hours tko 1m prlponed men have been cut oft from troth air and undoubtedly have been subjected to the smoke which filled tho veins of the mine That life could exist under such conditions apparent Is doubted by many tent bo muse of no trace of high tempera turo was found In time depths of the mine It Is hoped the armors may l have found safety in the remote re coKiOn of tho mine dote Ap irntiw Onlcntl After a third attempt to explore conditions Sunday R Y Williams ot Urbana III ot time United States Geological 1 survey Who superintended the work of the volunteer oxplorners protected with oxygon caps and ap paratus telegraphed to Urbana for more of the apparatus Three times Williams and Henry Smith a volunteer wore lowered Into the mine In buckets Each time they succeeded In penetrating deeper and wore assured iliat the temperature was bearable Thought to open the sealed main was Impossible as It might hnvo Tanned the llainos into tho smouldering cmbors yet remain ing the elate Inspectors bore among them Jnmos Taylor of Peoria David Ross of Springfield honey Hudson of Galva and olhore announced to Mine Inspector Steele that they felt assured that dellnlto results could bo secured tomorrow Will Explore KiirlJicr- Whon tho explorations wore aban doned it was announced that men fitted with oxygen armor would reJJ sume operations as early as poMHile A list of the missing was compiled mud reached time total of 38C Includ ing tho dead whoso charred bodies were them tram the burning cages Saturday afternoon It is declared probablo that this list bight be Increased I A hundred and seventy men who entered time mine Saturday morning have been accounted tor Tho company had scorns of tracors at work yesterday rounding tip tho employes and at nightfall the oiflclali admitted that time number of men In time mltle dead or alive was groator than at first OOIIodII American men who have lived for years and reared their families In tho mining sections of Illinois though a1 majority of those who never may bo found allvo nro foreign born IIIIIIIISI Engineer I IJohn of his eu porlor may have caused tho death of In rescuing party which wont down Into the St Paul nlno This was brought out nt a coroners inquest lIe according td the testimony of Cowloy who liI engineer of tho main ty7 HER PHYSICIAN ADVISED Taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Columbus Oh19I Imvo taken Lydia iJ lLnkhOns Vtid CO- IIIrt u r I n g Mydoctor was good anti since taking it I feel so much latter that I can do all my work again I think Vegetable Cum pound a lino remedy for all womans troubles and I never forget to tell 1 f e1111 unllU5 Hmo It 1 mg t Otto Or iu Mrs E IIA SON 301 East Long 8t Columbus Olio- Smother Woman Helped Grniiltovlllc tIwas passing through tho Changeof Llfoandsuffered from nervousness mid other annoying symptoms Lydia E ego table Compound restored my heaUhand strength und proved worth mountains otherssuffering women I urn willing you should publish my lettoruRCiiAULKa BAIICLAY KFD Granite yule Vt- Women whoarepassingthrotmghthis critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing Ills 1pe- culiar to their sox should not lose sight of tho fact that for thirty years LyUla 3i Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which Is mado from roots nUll herbs has been tho standard remedy for commitrnlty you will fliul women who have been restored to health by Lydia Ji IinkLauis Vegetable Compound tadshaft 1 told by third vein loss Alexander Mowborg before Mottebortr went down In the IUlne after tho explosion tomovo tho cage only on answer to the regular boll code When the rMcue party had ben at the bottom of Uw shift some llmo without getting into communal Icntlon with the enirlneor y the usual and1unod denmnrted that ho ruWfe the cage Cowtoy rtuaed acUng jinUer Moeo Ixirgs orders he toW tho eoraneru juiy Fiir ten nilnut s he would not listen to thelr frontJe appeals but flimsily rutejred the matter to John Qulnby of tin top cage QitliHiy hesitated and MaeblnUt John Sli ail es tel told Co wl y be thonkl rise tho case fltyinK Cowley let1 1 Bed nobody K alive down there Covrlvt then bronilit the cage to- thvtoe Wt JV1T one of t y 10eltiqI the resett party was either dead or djrlBg vCowley doclorwil that after tho en go with the ittih In It had been raised It was let down and raised five or six times A TliillllitK Story t William Vlnker who was at work at the faro jof tko mine was one of the few who csmo ojt allvo For mots than 200 yards lie crawlod In the dark on his hands and kneos u ilng tIe rail as n guide to the bot tom of the shaft At one point ho Niyi be mot about CC miner sitting In a row who hall given up throe etrug glo and wore waiting roslgnodly for deathII and my buddy partner worn at work on tho second vein level when the nlhrm of flro was founded said Vlckers We started for tho bottom but hart gone but n few tent when our light wont out Tho entry wa feet filling with smoke which blinded us and mado us SUP for breath Several times vo attempted to liftht our iantpn without BIICCOPS All about ui wo could hear till shouts of Pleasant to Take Young people have a proverb i disregard for extra wraps or rub bens hence many of them have t coughmost of the time 1 tC This fret right Because the superabundant vitality of youth will throw off diseases whichwould kill older people is no reason thatt coughs and molds among children should be neglected to The boy or girlwho contracts a coughneeds r Cherry Juice Cough Syrupa- nd should ba given it without delay This i medicine iit pleasant to lake sad is guaran teed to breakup at one and ultimately cure the mod stubborn cough Mother write ui grateful letters telling of the Won derful propertiet of this Syrup It It a plenJimftlidneooIhing and healing to young and old Try ttlI Large bottles only 50c 4 McPersons 1 Drug Store Fourth rand Broadway w A our comrades In iidjolnlng rooms who like oursvivua hnd been left In Uuvdark CallliiR to my bud Jj I had warned hm to get close to the roadbed and myself dropped to my hands I and knees and began to crawl along the mils shouting at intervals to my buddy to let hm know where I was ViiAMd Hlxlyllvo llncis At one point we passed about C5 miners sitting by tho roadside almost UICIIIInndt IexpectingII something that will haunt mo to my dying day II When wllhllt 100 feet of tho mine mouth I began to grow faint from the ctto els of shioke and exhaustion Tho slnoko was growing more dense every tool I projrossod and lily cour ago Was fast g owlitg I pulled my coat closely about my face and bend closely to the rail struggled on Iline I escaped death by just three nun utes When I arrived at the bottom of tho shaft the last cage was about to asrMiJ I shouted us the signal bell was ringing and two men broke their way to mo ninl dragged mo to the cage I then lost conscloubtiosa onItopI the way out nnd encouraged by the light held by time cage man mdnagod to reach tho shaft and was carried with me to fofet- yIInrroSlIlk Slimes llvrn A toiiacco sack was the means of saving the lives of John Phillips hnd Rdward yiiffolU miners In tho wronj vetyi Philips an kS wey to the shaft found Suffolk lying on tho track In tho main entry Ho dragged tho form his comrade until ho himself was lot overcome by lee smoke Ho arched for EOinothlng to cover thhmgIavnllabin one end to his mouth and pulled this ruet of t over hM note and fastened1 It About his heed with the string Ily crawling with hit held close to the tall he s ruJKli toward tho shaft dragging his almost llfotess comrade with him of the pathetic Incidents of lOne llIe work was the saving of John Medlll and bis young son Thy left the pise where they were work when the alarm was given andling unit the Journey was com ntcted the toy began to grow dizzy Clasping hh fathers bind he sank to his knees oxelamlng woaktf SJtvol HU Son Although greatly wvnkened tho father took tho now uneorurloue son amend taking oft his belt s rapMd time I boy on his back and struggled on Within sight of the shaft lie staggered and fell Defer oring con tchHttnMs he tolled for help and his trtes were hoard Tho rescuers pkked dp th1 Vd BnfIn d boothem to time ease anti they were hoisted to the surface hate last night It was decided to open the male bart and to send explorers Into the mine In the regular sago W W Taylor jjeiiernl suix rln- tendofit of tile mine of the St Paul company to a patheUc figure As ho stood watching the movements to open time mln ho made helpful sug OI tI 0 Ill Deeply affected he sons times sobbed aloud Ho said time mina was the safest built In thud I country and that time catanlrophn could haw happened In no other way than as It did Tliouvimls Attrrrttil- Thouwnds of persons came to Qhorry tram Streator Mcndota I adJ firing Valley r aSnllo Ottawa ana other towns on special trains Tho story ot 13 heroes who went to death In the blazing shaft and rf ono man rho come back seartlf lv fire and blackened by smoke to t IIl tho ghastly story Iis being rtlat 1 here In all ltj ietnllt and Istea-of i II the most thrilling narrHvcs In the history of mining In this country Dr Ilinvp Hem Standing out above all tho others Is tho story of Dr IU 11 Howe the only one of tho horolc 14 who sid vlves to toll what happened 8oyn times before other rescuers began o go down Into time burning shaft h wont down alone In a lift nnd eali quoinlottheir lives to him I ills hands are badly burned but ho tliows no other scars When ak d I IIIldIBe I todaI many un named heroes Among they was a miner who while fighting his wn through tho blinding emoko stum bled across tho both ofa trapper boy overcome at his post ot duty Atone of the trap doors that controls tho air supply I Tho minor toll tho fortys heart and finding hIm stili alive picked up the unconscious tam and staggered on until he met one of tho rescuers It Is believed tho minor and time buoy reached tho surfaco safely All tho etato mine Inspectors front ten districts comprising time coal fields have arrived Thomas Hudson of Gala and Hector McAllister of Stroator Joined In declaring that lima equipment of the mine Is the most modern substantial and efficient in tho state I ITho also said tho officials and superintendents operated a thorough system of safety measures When questioned regarding tho blamo for tho fire Hudson said Flom whnt I have learned I only say that crlnilnrH carelessnesscalli time part of somo of tho men working In tho second vein level is responsl blo 4 W F lA TON 7t1 11UDV 1 1UHYUAn- AsslstimlPresident Cashier Cushier CITIZENS SAVINfiSBANK Iseereerate Third und Brcmdwny Stale Depository Capital 100000 Surplus 60000 Stockholders liability t v 100000 Total security to depositors UGOOOO INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OPEN SATUltDAY NIGHTS iHOM 7 TO 8 OCLOCK w PNtTIM QUESTIOXw t Mary hind n little lamb fFor It she cunntd to care tier nffortlons wore transplanted To a Hlt4o Toddy bear Of thts sho also wonrlud As no often Is time onso And n aury Illlly Iowiuin- Camo to take ipoof T ddyg i leer And now I often wonder When IIIU8 no moro tho title Will she lavish her afflictions On n little Bryan mimic Novumbor Upplncotts The lhtrvet or lIITllr 1I1Inrrh One of tfcp resulu of this Utmond cue ncwMnplWiiUMit the tUHAmtry of time north fob Ito time relief to ntttm lItJ hntonflor the explorations In that M fHTn of tho hlh wiN bo conllurtiHl with lofts train upon 1m man endue nn M and In the quletor iiatlis of Bfllentlllc marsh r rlmis cow for Inclanco time wimowlut uoglwlM1 HHitliwtlo tloby will receive time ntttn lion it dcMrves And yet Ulont- ItOM cal filthy quest of time IlOncftl imhuown M not to be counted wn to or imine QfTBAi r life The ctiltlvn lion of nn Iwloniltalile aplrlt and n hArcnhma wnluranc lisa naea not lout mhiablt to h tiMMltf than spy ro cult of the pattoftt iuqulrtw of Mlcttrp Ontiurr m Married lllo hi ono grmmdtwelt song wltirthu hiilbnnd 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the financial situation likely to re suit from time rejection of the bud get Pnrllnment reassembles Thursday English royally this week will entertain King Manuel of Portugal Conventions scheduled for tho week Include National Municipal League nt Cincinnati National Woman Suffrage association nt New York National Monetary Commlsi Stun and National Academy of Scien ces at Washington Live 152 liars Wm larrJEnglands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful At SO James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel Just like a 16 year old boy ho writes after taking six bottles of IMoctrlc Bitters For thirty I years Kidney trouble made llfo a burden but tho first bottle of this wonderful mcdlclno convincedl mo I had found time greatest euro on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them LOc at all druggists IIISTOUV AT LIHKAHV I The library hits recently received time following 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anything except oatmeal and rice but what would hurt mo so I tried Hays Specific anti had nut used it more than two weeks till I could eat anything I wanted without pain II used ono bottlo and havo never been bothered with my stomach slnco and It was two years ago I believe It to bo a good family medicine W J MDONALD Bradford Tcnn Sold by all druggists Ait A tonlslil R Rise Tho Into Francis II Lcggott often used to tell of an errand boy whom ho onco emlloyedITho boy was from tho country Ho only worked for mo about two days Time last day ho was with us I sent him out for four dollars worth of stamps giving him a five dollar bill- When ho came back with the stamps ho didnt offer mo any change I1Vell I said impatiently whores tho change Alfred l There aint any sir ho said Stamps has rlz Washington Star Tho worlds eUmatcd steam sewer In use today Is 12000000 horsepower h t PANAMBRIOANI I CONGRESS MEETS I IIX BUENOS AYHICS JULY IXM NEXT YEAH Programs DIsiKitcluil to South Anicr Iran Jliiiulillfs by Governing Board THEY umm SPECIAL TREATIES Washington Nov 1C The fourth of a torloa of great conferences tint are steadily strengthening the bonds between tho republics of time western hemisphere Is to be held In Buenos Ayres Argentine Republic between the IGtfi and 20th of next July and already tho Argentina government which la to be the host In this case has been doing much to prepare for the meeting Tho date originally fixed for tho Fourth International Conference of American Status was May 20th IfllO but the fact that a great exposition was to be held In the same capital In that mouth which might overshadow limo Importance of time International conference led to Limo postponement of tho latter Moreover the month of July being in the middle of the Argentine winter U certain to make tho visit to Beunoa Ayres more agreeable to the dele gates from the north The governing board of the Bureau of American Republics already has dispatched to every South and Central American capital n tentative program of time subjects to bo consider ed by the conference and the various foreign offices have been at work upon this with time purpose of submit ting objections or suggesting amend ments Much progress has boon made and It Is hoped that It soon will be possible to promulgate the final program which according to present Indications will not vary coo siderably from that prepared by the board of governors Tho three preceding conferences have moved alons the lines of least reeUtancp that Is to say the doV gates have adopted as basic princi pItS such objections as havo secured the easy adhesion of tin great majority but no effort was made to cocrco the minority of the states Into ac ceptance of rules which at first pre sentation wore obnoxious to them Instead when those wore of real Importance they wore thoroughly de bated and then remanded for further consideration at the next conference In this way the conferences havo been mado educational apd experi once lists shown that a sound propo rtion Is almost certain to secure ad helon So It ImppoiiB that tile ten lath d program Includes rome sub jects that already havo figured In limo debates of the preceding conferences Thus for Instance will again como up the subject of compulsory arbitration While Tho Hague conference accepted this In principle It declined to roc ommend a general treaty of arbitra tion though strongly urging the states represented time snaking of special treaties among themselves toIcarry out the Idea Tho States already has done this with eleven of tho other American repub lics and the subject will como before the fourth conference and re ceive further encouragement at time SAGE FOR DARKEXIXti THE a HAm There Is nothing new about the idea of using sago for restoring tho t color of tho hair Our great grand mothers kept thejr locks soft dark and glossy by using a sago tea Whenever their hair fell out or took on a dull faded or streaked appear anco they mado a brow of sago I leaves and applied It to their hair offoctlNowadays method ofI gathering the herbs and making the brow Title Is dono I y skillful I chemists better than wo could do It ourselves and all wo havo to do issI to call for the ready made product Wyeths Sago and Sulphur contain his sago in tho proper strength with tho addition of Sulphur another old tlmo scalp remedy This preparation la sold by all firstclass druggists for 60c and 100 n bottle or is sent di rect by the Wycth Chemical Con pany 74 Cortlandt St Now York City upon receipt of price For sale nnd recommended by W J Gilbert D PRACTIC- ALHAUHHONS More BANKERS Indorse DRAUCIIONS Colleges than indorse all other IMlsncu colleges COMBINED 30 Colleges In 1C States 21 yours BUCOOSB 100000 succoKuful Rtiiilonts POSITIONS secured Bookkeeping Shorthand Thanking English etc ttaughtI at COLLEGE or BY MAIL AHiln i A M ROUSE Manager Paducah Ky beginning of the proceedings when each delegation will be requires to report what action line been taken by their respective covernmcnta to car ry out time wish of the Third confer enceAnother project broached nt a pro coding meeting which will bo again threshed out will bo tho establishment of steam navigation linos con necting the principal ports of the American countries on tho basis of a uniform syelom of contract Tho nuronu of American Republics Is to bo strengthened and continued for another ten year term of life at the least and It Is hoped that tho com mission of International Jurists will bo able to report something In tho nature of a code of International law that will be adopted for tho govern ment of tho American republics In their diplomatic relations If title ro port Is satisfactory tho Fourth con ference will embody In a treaty this basic code which Is expected to have the happiest results In tho settlement of any disturbing questions that may arise In tho future between tho re publics TAX NOTICE All State and County fairs year wml must bo lurid by Dcrriiilxr 1M to hiivo jMiiully iinit itra rustt IOIIV W OttlLVIE S 31 C riitATTITUDE OF JAPAN WATCHED Railroad Situation In China Interests Iximlon Diplomat London Nov 11 Diplomatic circles aro greatly interested In tho attitude which Japan Is likely to assume respecting tho railway which China proposes to build with Amer ican assistance from Algun In Northern Manchuria through Tslt slkhar to Chin Chow Fu The whole plan which originally contemplated a shorter lino front Tstlslkhnr to Chin Chow Fu was laid before the British government with n view to Inducing English finnnclers to take a hand In tho enterprise However no decision line yet been reached though It Is considered hero that tho proposed lino does not offer tho objections lodged by Japan against tho HslnmlntunFakumen railroad as It would run further to the west and therefore not compete so directly with tho Southern Man churia railwayS M D- ttootns 209211 Fraternity Dlt With Dr Rivers special attention to obstatrici and diseases of women Both phones 3GS Res Old P 1644 CITY TRANSFER CO C L VanMetor Manager All Kinds of Hauling Storage Packing and House Cleaning Vacuum House Cleaning Prices on Application Phone 499 II INDE1iENDENJGARC JSW1JJERS WE AIM TO PLEASE You so well with our livery service that you will employ It again and often One of the ways wo take Is to make our charges HO reasonable that you will not deprive yourself of the pleasure of a drive on account of th expense Suppose you tako ono to day It the weather permits TILE TULLY LIVERY OO Incorporated 4th 1b Ky Avo Both Phones 470 WHY NOT Anticipate Sudden Changes in the V Weather- Gas Logs Gas Heaters IAR I Ineurpurlydl 406 Broadway u j LangstaffjCoIncorporated Yellow Pine Cypress Oak and Gum Timber We keep yellow pine cypress oak and gum logs in stockup to 40 feet Our stock of house andsteamboat lumber sash and doors is complete Our Prices Are Right Telephones 26 438 South Second St fl4 PAGE B1GH1 THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN MONDAY XOVKMHIM 113 1 Y rt- f I IIiReined Clean Vaudeville 11 STAR VAUDEVILLE THEATRE JOE DESBeRQER Manager II I THE BIGGEST AND BEST TEN CENT SHOW IN KENTUCKY I AMATEURS Every Wednesday nig- htPerformances Matinee 230 and 330 A Night 730 and 900 Admission lOc Children 5c Mr FranK Long has been secured by the management to sing the illustrated songs 4 nracbes IIrot her Sltlo Messages received from W MI OH ver stale that bo reached the bedside of his brolher George Oliver In J3I t Paso Texas yesterday morning Ills condition 1eat111 dangerous but he Is resting easy and somo little hope r js entertained for lila recovery Mr Oliver will rcmaUi In El1 Iato until there la a change In the condition loc his brother A womans love for a man Is real If ho can make her lose her temper a HERES great deal of satisfaction in being able to appear without a coat and I yet know and feel that you are not at a disadvantage You will always feel comfortable in a lo SHIRTr whether your coats off or on 150 up L Jmwa BroADWAy I ESTABLISHED lest Incorporated This Weeks ProgramNovember 15th to 20th Le 0 LAROQUE and LOUISE POWERS In llm ronicily hklt A ItarlivlorM I nst Night Ity Robert C Goodwin Full of fun niiil surprlsing situations An exceptionally rcllncil comedy act TANNY AND DANNYThe Talkative Tnot O T Galloway anil 1 1n lloswell 2O minute Somo Sense Xo Sense Coiiiiiion tense Nonsense Featuring their own MiiigK wortls and 1II1It Im lAnvin Old Kentucky MR FRED HARRISTho uorlilN Knfnte t buck nml wing ilnncor on roller hkatm He lMs n niimbor of very illlTiciiU slnnlii and tvlniN up Ills net with n ilnnco on n pedestal 12 Jnclics Miuare mid I fitt high air Harris net IN noinelliliiK- cIlfTereiit nml 11 feature 100 GO DOWN WITH STEAMER HU2NCII VKSSHIj HITS A nun ISIIliU AM SINKS Itcstuo KIDIII Disaster On SlngnMi Inlfrferttl With Ity larknis ami Those Sated Aru Illtlen Ili AICI niscuii KKOM SHAIIKS Singapore Nov 15 Tho mall steamer lA Soyno of the Meesagorios larltlmok Service running between Java and Singapore and on her way to this port was In collision early ostcrday morning with the stoautor Onda of the British India lino and ank within two mluutci Seven European pasecngere including Ilaron and llaronoss iloniczkj tho captain of the Li Sfrjno five European off core and eightyeight others com irialng native passengers and mum hcrs of tho crow were drowned Tho rocuo eJ 01 persons practi cally from tho jaws of a school of sharks formed a thrilling Incident of the wreck Tho accident occurred about 4 Iclock In tho morulirg In a thick haze Tho vowels were steaming at good speed and tho Soyno was cut almost In half There was no time for panic nor lor any attempt from the prcxont omccrs of the foundering steamer to get out Iho boats Illlten fly Sharks Tho majority of those on board were caught In their berths and carried down with tho voseol Tho force of the collision brought the Onda almost to a dead stop and her engines were at once slowed and boats lowered The ropcno work proved thrilling for not only wore the rcwulng patties Impeded itj tire dark but schools of sharks wore already attacking those clinging to pieces of wrcickngo In tho water Sixtyone persons from the 111fntud jtoamur wore finally dragged Into the boats aril brought by the Onda to this port Many of thorn had been bitten Uy sharks and sovoral are tIC verely Injured Volnnst IJinds Knockoiil Now York Nov lliAll WolgastI of California knocked out IIonrl Plot oxchampion lightweight of Franco In the second round of u scheduled 20round bout before the West Side Athletic club A torrlblo rlgh swing to tho Jaw put till Frenchman on tho floor fort a e count of sx In the first nail part of the second round and force In lighting culminating In a crashing jab to tho stomach put him out per manently a minute later Wolgact weighed 129 pounds 1lnl1 about 131 The Frenchman riiehm Wolgact from tho start and brought tho sudden onslaught upon himself Mko n hash ho sprang at his oppon ont after tho Initial gong had sounded and tho fighting was furious un til be dropped In the second round Occasionally you thud n man wit would rather bo right that be rich It IB hard to bo both HUNTERS ARE OUT WITH THEIR GUNS IIAIN DIDNT PKUVKNT THKIU HUNTIXO YKSTKKDIY Spotting limit Sold Hy lx cal Con ctriis llrinks ItiTonli fur Many Scnsumis AIJOUT ICHNTLCKY JAMK UVUS Uangt Dangt Dang Despite tho fart that It was wet and a drizzling rain fell the woods echoed today with the bangbang of vlp shotguns anti ninny In number were tho birds aril rabbits1 that roll Ixforo the hunUg nun As a mat tor of foci thu Irmlmntnl wualher did not Interfere t6 any extent to time first day that hunting might bo en joyed without Prosecution by the game warden As a lprelude to the shooting there has been preparation for the sport and eiKjrtlng goods liousea bars on toyed a splendid trade In fact sumo I say tho Urgent they havo ever had For days the talk among hunten lies been of guns chokebore smooth bores shot fllroador8 pointer tot ters potshot dog bhculta nod IKMtod farms The game law has boon violated frequently this season according to farmers who say tho Illegal slaughter of birds has eben largo However tho majority of hunters wore content to wall until today before starting out on their hobby A resume of tho gamo law Is It Is against the law for any hunt or to go upon the Inclined lands of any landowner without permis Ion the penalty being from Jf1 to 25 It It as a mutter of Cart a truure for anyone to go upon the kinds of another whether inelofcd or un Inoloted but Mils law Is never en forced It Is not ncrosnry to port Inclnicd lands at all Thp tact that they arc Inclosed makes Ita trespass for nnyI r C Al COAL COAL erience of ten years handling coal from every mine acccssablc to Paducah TAYLOR COAh ha given the belt satitfaction and a9 the consumer is the best judge and the one to 1 please we have decided to handle no other Never clinkers no slate no slack burns to a fine vyhitc ash and will beat any coal in the world for holding ffire all night We have found it the bett those that tried it found it the best if you try it you will find it the best andlhave no others be sure mod get our prices before buying one to go on them without tho owners content The open ccaron lasts from Nov 15 to Jan 1 Any person violating the provis ions of the genre taw arc liable to a flue of not less than 5 nor moro than 1104- No nonrceldent hunter can hunt In Kentucky until ho has paid a li cense to tho courtly In which he pro l osei to hunt and said license fchall bo the wine as tho llconio charged nonresidents by the itate in which thlIty In Kentucky but the holders or llconw must at all times carry his license with him The unlawful killing or catching or posntvfon ofuach and nest one of tilt animals or birds InuVnded to he prbtcctwl bylhe gamo law con- atltul a tvparato otfonto and shall be punished accordingly- It In unlawful to trap or net birds at any Umn I It IB unlawful to toll quells at any tune HIS SPINE NAItllOWIiY MISSHD HY ACCI DliNTAI IIUIM7Ill- r Jiibn Iartawny Uoiinilril Vlile nt Uiirk In n Jimmllli Shop In rkanVl Vhfu working In fi gunimlthtf shop In Fort Smith Ark John K Ganaway formerly of Iadueah was shot accidentally by a fokow work than Tho bullet from a 38 calibre Winchester rlllo entered his hums amid passed within a halt Inch of his pint The bullet split and It was necessary to removo one ipart front limo small of the back The other half of tho bullet passed1 out Mr Sanaway IIs Improving rapidly and no complications are ox ectud lie fore removing to Fort Smith Ark Mr Ganaway w nsforoman of tin motor department of tho Paducah Traction company1 The angler who carries hit bait In n Jug catches hint few them Every electric railway in the United State knows the menance of II fake accident claims and fraudulent suits And no honest citizen exists who would not give assistance to prevent any such corrupt cause coming before our courts in the disguise of woe the sadfaced rascal who is bringing suit was near an accident but did not receive a scratch sometimes it is an innocent looking criminal who was not even near an accident sometimes it is a person whowas actually hurt hut who was to blame himself or herself and knows it Most of these suits arise when some pennycatching Ilawyer gets hold of a socalled II victim as dishonest as himself and wants to II share the profits oC ulng the Company How are such suits uv By perjury By witnesses who do not tell the truth IfMoving pictures Illustrated Songs a ATTENTION tr +r I beg to announce to the public in generaland my friends in particular that the Star Theatre will be con ducted by me for the best interests of its patrons that IIwill give them cleanll I refined and high class acts and that I will cieote my personal attention toII the management of the theatre and + shall endeavor to deserve the patronage I to obtain sincerelytiJOE DESBERGER Managere I tnlun 11ndn In Snullnry11ork IIhollI 1111 Alal nUll lit iunrnnteci- iThats l the Suit 1 we make r M 1- d t 5 I 4 II- J il 1nbner UNITEDllomse WOOLEN MILLSflJ TO nsn 11 vmtiiit csi Grand Jury Will Hear Clinrgwi Iiidntt TrriiMinT Cincinnati 0 Nov liSotlr- ta flvttI that the dslunlll iiastna alto pro cutoti In tip CaIUh Cliprlo I W rrln ir dgiied 3fltreasurer of the lug PrttirjllaflrtJnFl toenjrany and that lilt a I charging Warrlner with altlorRI lion of 13000 will bo iirewiUnl to the grand Jury Two nldglM fight the IIIIi Cincinnati 0 Nov JJG The cloplnR day of tho aviation meet at l Uonla rare track was a tJltr1llpoINt mont Tho minimerllko weather brought out an Immense cnlwd lint a ttronK wind which prevailed dur tag the afternoon deterred the avia tors from alternpUni any IIghtllIII1 ll nlnioH dark nimlly when Ithe thousands who had tQod for hours In expectation were aliont to tlla porno Knahontchue and Hooding brought out their dirlglhle ami mnilo a couplo of yirellcnt nsKU uroniid lima track Their frail machine heat their way Into the wind In n iimnntr that brought tho spectators to their fret clierrlnif but the gathering dusk f and yt t ioiiHidt them to depend alvr aIr iirVf ptrlud Willard and Oirtlw t alto rose In tlulr airoplnnrv hit o w IICrtIIhtTwoseem mit with aolIfinl whlrhiNllcd thtyn to ayatrdbil tho alt wjtt The thlr1 dgtiniateid nun rti1 it ana llrwSs deplded tude1er itst dart untf1 9 rrowts i filler of Tulles Killiitl Iluanoi Ayrtn Nov UJ11fO rliif of 1p011qof llatnof lyres Manor Kal r BOB and the poUen mercuryt were ajxDMlMtod totUy white driving n Oalao atrfOel A man MinpMtHl to bo I n Ituwtaft anareblit nut yet idrtt fled throw a bomb under th nr rlat The vihlele was blown i H V lpieces and 1 Falcon and the t rrtir were terribly Injured dyhut nott y j I jIsjjii 0 I hokl your how mu t- oJllaternpp mloa liable to klk Ball cut up IIJloytJJhl I told our baby ana tho klrku and cuta up nlnw Rhh that old ring kin Judge 4 lREWARD OFFERED d I 4 Sometimes maintained hope Yours JlllIIJlI C S For evidence upon which a conviction for perjury of any witness against this Company in Van accident damage suit is obtained this Companyii will pay 50000 at any time during twelve moBths from date of this offertii Paducah Traction Co IntorporottMl 1t Now Is the time toplace your coal order for the winter And every coal dealer will fell you his is the best Unlike other dealers we are not under salary or con tract to sell coal ifrom any one coal mine and to Ml you it is the best but an ex BRADLEY BROSStreet 4 Jf i