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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 c 1 Jjji abiuaIj 1ftt1dfl44nn+ r VOl XXVIII NO n I PADUCAH KY SATUUDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 51910 TEN CENTS IJEIl WEEK CRICE HELD OVER IN POLICE COURT AND GIVES BOND Man Who Fired at Ills Companions Husband and Shot Bystanders Waives Examination onThrci Charges 1IItII WOMAN PAID FINK John C Ccico a promlnnnl tocl dnnlur at Vlciillffcl IKj wlio 1U n- lItlJJ to ImVunrOtl three filiot a- tPbr Vmii lmn n tolwcoi clamer on IIInlKhl of Thursday October 27 when Ynuqhan oniiRlit him tit corn rnny uSIh lIp wife SimI JORXI Vnugiinn at tho ladles ontrnnco tto till Palmer House walv il a prollml nary examination on vJarg M of ma Mcloitt abooiliiK In poMw court thU niornlnR In tho two mOll of nm lIeloUil tliootJnff ami woundlnR with Intent to WU Orleo wu II reoognlztxl under SII HV In carti IUO to onivar b Are tho grand jury Ho wnR alloT xl to Jvo ffitKk bU- n the third charge or iiiollrloiii fhootlin without wounding anti with intent to kill upon aurecmcnt w lh County Attorney 8 IE Cln CI1H and Sirs Vauglrjin pekdt RUllly to a oJiargo or mhitory the day1 foMowiiiK In i oUco court and wno timid 16 each At the Umo of Iho shooting Mary Itlloy a ntKrow who was in the tlJ wec smrk In Iho fiinhwil by a tMjU U wbldi cntwod1 only a flosli wound JotBOh Aiboff 10 PflIS aid WD fhnt In the kmo Tho other hot want wild Crlrn Ili Hunl An Pdho of tho shooting by J 0 Crlcft hi Pctor Vaughan In front of the Pnlnior house WAil heard In cir cult court today when Mary Riley colored Illcil ult agalnet J Co Crk forlftSlOO dainneca Bho allegw that by tile careless ihootlng hj Crlitu a bullet struck her on tin head and billeted a painful wound tier modlrat bill she allege Ilia 1100 and by roanou of the mental suffering and low of limn In work abe saya that abe ought to recover at Itait 2100 The Riley women was walking along Broadway GRIP OF BIG STORM OMMhiNItTUX WI111 RtSTIii TOUWH IIAMPIIItKD Now York Nov oGA storm of midwinter Intenilty which came lioomlnn up tho Atlantic conrt Jamt nlcht bringing with It Hhor grtloi arm heavy fflhhsl or snow and rain loft loilsiy a broad trail of broken wireI coniinutrffallon along tho wn board Telegraph companies were Iteitel with dimcultlo In nil dlrec troiia Thft torm was apparently 11 e vorott bolwton BalUmoro end Wn b inRton all wlrcp being down between thoi c1Utiti1oniiylianla niff6r d from a tog RV oKnglng now nUll wires ncrow 1 tie itato woro either down or work ed only intormltttpnUy 1Early com munication with Chicago was ob Unod by way of BOitoiv thence to tho wwrt CiimniunlcnUou with catlern tvlfeotcil by the storm I10fiWl1h down the pnowcoateil Brokon wlro commnnlcallon nf fu tod wine of the railroads end trnfoi from dlitnnt points were In HOIIJB oniM far behind tholr pched Mlc A sleamor believed to bo a storn victim was reported anchored of nasdyI Hook In a cllmbled condition She IIt time Franrh ttoamor Honduras from Now Orleans Ocoobnr 23 for Dunkirk nm IIlovro anti pietumablj made this port rot refuge In hoi crippled ttato nnd to effect repairs llpfllh for UwirlrWe Norfqlk in Nov GT01m J Smyth was toilay imntenced to dontl for tho murder of his wire Bullet JntemUxl for Sirs Smyth nitro kiUl v a 13yenroW daughter Smyith wll be oIArtroctit at lUclimoiui or Decombor 8 With no funds for aii peal couiiBel for tim defendant wll lay tho record In the care Ihoforo Coy Slant In tim hope that tho ontenc may bo commtilod to Mfo Imprlron m nt Chicago Market Dec IllKh Tow Cloa Wheat 89 88111 911 Corn1 UV4 GT1I ct- Oflla 35 31H 313 i Campaign For Congress Comes to Close With Both Sides Claiming Safe Majority in the Lower HouseS a Theodore Roosevelt Will Malta Big Speech ol Ohio Cam paign at Cleveland Tonight Hurries by Chicago Chicago Nov GIn Tuesdays election members of congrcm will 4 e elected from ovor stnto In tho union excojitlng Malno nnd Ver montTlwso two ctatcs and Arkansas and Jeorgla have already lielij their oloctloni I hut In tho two eoulhern states itato officers alone wero chosen Twontyftvo stales will choopo complete state tlokutn Congress man SIcKlnlny nt the RopuliHcan headquartora prodlctixl1 Iho Jioxt house win tic Republican liy n role working majority Time Deiuoorata claim tho lmext congrewi liy Gl ma jority il MMcvelt llemlotl for Ohio Olilwiso Nov GWuarkod 4 y rt day of rapid tIre camiwtenlnff In Iowa Colonell lloosovolt sought no hurralii hero today when hi woe on route coiL 110 telL tho train nt lnglewood ami drove over limo south aIde for an hour and proceeded1 to Toledo At Cluvcland1 tonight ho will make tho big gi oech of time Ohio ronrpalgnItebnllit Aviation lnrk Baltimore Nov riOrdcr Is be ing brought of chaos wrought by the storm nt time aviation Held A now stand probably will be made Monday len Felix Angus on lie half of his papers time Star nnd American tins offered 12000 for time first aviator to reach a height of 0000 feet creating a new worlds record Iliinn 11111 111111liedter an lilninw qf a year or mom dur leg which ho suffered greatly He was 38 years tit ego end IIs mirvlved by lili wife and throe children Tho url1l wag conducted by limo Wood wn of tilt World to which order ho belonged rSfmm uxnrii OP HANKI COMMITS KDICIDi Sell Ride Ore Nov riIllwnrll Hennlnger cashier of time Sea Side National bank committed suicide in the front yard ot hits homo hero na- n sequel to tho alleged looting of the bank of all Its deposits JOB FOR THE HOUNDS WAS THEN OVERLOOKED Suing an unknown nine prowling around In tho back yards Sirs thai tone Mason 722 South Sixth street exhibited raro pluck last night when lie fired three hotf at tho Intruder who made his otcapo by leaping time bank fence nor markinanshlp was a trlllo bad but time shot served the purpose of defeating the prowler whom It Is thought was n chicken thiefAbout to oclock Sin Mason hoard a notto In time lhack jMrd and secur ing tho pWol toile wont to the kitch on looklng out tho window sho annul seo tho form dlntlnctly and fired Tracks could bo dlstlngulfhed dill tinctly In time alloy Tho police wcro not notified of time shooting until this afternoon or tho now blood hounds might have boon assigned to the Job ot looking up 4ho prowler Tho oat pier near tho middle of time Fourth street bridge over Inland creek lies wtllod several Inclio end throwing time bridge out of lino As a result heavy wagons are Iro- II hlblted1 from crossing tho bridge and I Patrolman l1ko Dugan was ilm wsl- on 1 II duty this afternoon Carrtagee- II and light vclilolM are jwrmltted to- i eros tho lirUlco rt a slow m ootl An examination of tho condition of the I bridge jft ibolnw made this afternoon time fettling of tIme pier having been THE Time predictions anti tempera trite for tlio past twentyfour hours Mill lie fount nt the top of the seventh column oil age AN I Tho NewsDemocrata has too deep an interest In tho Mhools of Paducah to urge other than ono caution on tho voters In thIS city who go to time polls Tuesday to select members for tho school board nnd that caution Is that Ithey give tho matter of soled Ing time men to nil these import ant nosCUons serious and earn emit consideration and voto for time ones who In their ostlma Uon will In their official capac ity lirlng tho Lest rervlco to tho Kchools of Paducah This dono and they will have Ilono tholr Ilut This Is a question whldi should ajuiwil to every homo builder In Paducab a question which has 11 foiindntlon on the very hearthstone anti forms ono of the mart mcrcd trust which a voter can take uioni hhn self In time iiKnsuro that tho ertioolg of IMducah radiate tholr iboneflolal Influence In time name in Huiiro will men and women of tomorrow show ovWonco of thfct benefit Time schools ot Iadu ah cannot bo inndo too well eqillpIKSI or efficient The 1boys and girls of Padircah iJeseno every benefit In an educational line that ran bo gIven and tho worth of tho ochools depends largely on the wisdom of the whool board having their man agement In hand Tho ono duty above al olea Iteforo every voter who gOt6 to the polls imxt Tuos day to to aseltt In tho gofootlon of tho tnon 4 ct qualIfied to tiring th sehoote to time hleJimt etato ot gowenU worth This is tho ono arid only Ipmio on time school qnoetlon to far na wo can FOO ltowDeimmocrnt- viihIitlxGIIt I 11 mm t TWOYKAIl BKXTKXCE ItIIokmon IKy Nov IiProllk notorious for night riding In thevicimm1tyofdIlckmnahiihnnlvt 1 wuitonccil to two years In tho pcnl 11111 liar for attempting to slay lila wife and attempting suicide after ward Fehringor Is the man who turned states evidence against time night riders In tho famous Ilcolfoot Lake case and was given his liberty In exchange for his testimony MILS WJNAXS IINMimni RmnUh Dniicer Driving Xear London In Auto Kmnslii London soy 6Mrs Thomas Wlnans who boforo her marriage to the American was widely known ns Victoria Dolgado a SpanMi dancer was Injured In an automobile acci dent near OJulford today She was drrring with her huband when tho car swerved from time rood nml ramming Into a etono wall was overturned Sir Wlnana escaped with n few cutS on time face but Sirs Wlnans was 1 Innod IxniMth tho wreckage PROTEST IS VOICED BY ANONYMOUS LETTER A lively time la promised In tho general connoU Monday If applica tion IB made for a saloon license at Fifth and Norton streets whore Dan OalvlnH license was revoked by Mayor Smith Tho mnywr rccoJvod an anonymous commutilcatloni today raying that Clalvlng clerk would apply for a Uoemv Tho communi ration stated women are admitted to tho iilnto and If notices of nppllra thou for a Jtaenco are posted n x tli lion of protest will be presented to the general I fourth StreetBridde Said to Be Settling I WEATHER EDITORIAL I rollndlI reporlod to Ernest Doll street In giedorhiltlhIiSi SIOUTAL1TY Vail hiker Itenlh Unlol Plncctl nt 1911 I for Itch 1000 Waililiigton Nov GConllull Director Durand today Issued a statement sustaining time bureau figure plocliiff tho death rate of Fall River Slasfl nt 191 per 1000 ThIs Ilf tho highest of all American eltlo antI exception was tqkon liy tho Pall Rlvor board of hoalth Sir Our nnd attributed tho high rate to the unusual proimrtloni of dontlis among children which was greater thero than any other largo city of thin country Tlio figures wore supplied ho snjp by time secretary of Mato or Maasti chuBCtU CRIPPEN DENIED APPEAL FROM HIS DEATH mm Counsel Say They Will Take Case Before the Home Office Dirigible Balloon Crosses Into Francei- OitTt1CUESI mm IMIISONKIU London Nov GTho criminal court of appeals today overruled Dr II II CrlpiHjntf api pal from tin leath sentence ImjiOHed upon lila omrtctlon of the murder of his wife Julio Klinorc Three justices de aided there were no grounds for n low finl In all probability Crip ien w be hanged next Tuesday Crlppcns counsl announced that they will appeal to time Homo OfflM to commute tho sentence of death or to pardon the doctor City of Omllir lAiul Paris Nov 6The dirigible City of Cardiff flying from London to Paris landedl today at Corbeham near Doual time result of breaking in engine tuba The airship was be loved to have been lost when not reported tlnco early last night thy leg low over tho wa off Donyens Poll Urn I Prisoners Free Lisbon Nov GIory Political irlsoncr In Portugal was liberated odty and till prison sentences of all Criminals reduced onethird Women Strikers Parade Chkngo Nov IiItd by women ho Marseilles jfvoral thou and strikIng garment workers paraded through tho north side factory eec lIon today They visited1 each upon hop and shouted at ilic strike break ors Tho 1lIoo prev nUKl rioting naming many arriaJA It It believed a telUement will IM reached soon CHICAGO KOUTIIKRN SOLD tnyiiinnil Martin anil W n Lnwloi ItoiiKbt WaMi ItoHil Danvlllo III Nov GTho Chi cage Southern railroad n coal road belonging to a company headed by John IL Walsh former banker who Is now serving a term In tho fcdera cnltcntlary at Lcavcnworth Kas was sold hero In compliance with ia decree entered by Judgo Kohlsaat In the United States circuit court nl Chicago Tho purchasers were Ray uoml D Martin of Now York and W D Lnwlor of Chicago tenants In common Tho prlco was ono million dollars Iowa Population Washington Now GTho popula lion of tho state of Iowa was an trounced today as 2224771 nIle crease of 7082 or 3 per cent 0s S SS hank clearings week 7759915 SS S Tins week him been good In loral business circles as reflected by tin bank clearings of this week All lines of trade report excellent busl IICSH Tho most Interesting news ol tho week Is the movement of freight 11l y tho Burlington railroad Tin llrst actual shipments woro received In tho city this week while yestcr Jay the llrst freight was transferred from Paducah to tho Burlington III MetropolIs Beginning December 1 anti possibly November 1C tho con tract between time Illinois Central and Burlington railroads for tin transferring of 50 cars a day will becomo effective Freight buslnes with tho railroads Is good but hard ly as rushing as it was a few week ago COMPLAINTS ARE DISMISSED TODA1 COMMICKCE COMMISSION ACTON THE VALLEY HATE CASES Washington Nov GTbo Inter state commerce commission iota dl nil8fod complalnte against exist lug roilS on frwh meat pacWni house products hay nnd grain pro ducts from cities on the Ohio ani Sllsslsslppi rivers to Oeorgla Ala I bama Florida and the Carolinas I t Blacksmiths of Illinois Central System Complete Their Work Here And Adjourn Alter Election Barney B Claery oi Paducah Is Reelected as Business Agent Chicago Man President After a two days splendid cession the members ot district council No 9 of tlio Brotherhood of Blacksmiths nnd Helpers of time Illlnola Central sywtom adjourned this afternoon alter tho annual election of officers to meet In Clinton 111 In February 1912 Tho delegates will return to their homes tonight and early1 tomor row morning They wore warm In their praise of the hospitality CX tended during their visit inPadwah and extended a volo of thankw to the IVulucah committee whIch lint diargo of time arrangoments Time election of officers was elmer acterized with friendly rivalry Bar ney B Clnerj of Paducah 3A re elected business agent of time round S J Oaten of Chicago was elected president M F Carr time retiring president who presided over the I meeting was honored by election as vice president Thomas Yatos of of Chicago was reelected secretary treasurer S It Stewart of Me Comb Miss1 J SII Cross of Patio cah and W F Daumcyer of Ceo tralla III were elected trustees and IICdward King ot Chicago and J It Cooper of Clinton III worry elected members ot the executive board Tho pesslons were held In time Cen I teal La bor hall and wero devoted to tho Interest of tho blacksmiths C lit Glover second vice president of time International Brotherhood of Blarknmltlu and Helpers of Chicago was present at tho meeting and all ulsted1 tho dtlegatefl TIme delegates went on record as favoring time rail way trades department of the Anion can Federation of 1abor Time time of mooting was changed from No vember to February end tho next meeting will beheld In Clinton Ill tho flrrt Thursday In February 131C Last night tho in embers of Padw cab locals No 20d amid 328 ten tiered the delegates with a banquet at tho bricklayers haW anti a tie llghtfnl evening was spent GoniiJnc KentuckyI Iioopltallty and tho dole gates were delighted Tho delegates present were M F Carr Clinton III Cooper Clinton i lit Sir and Sirs Thomas Yates Chicago S J Rosen of Chicago J JL Edwards of Chicago WL Bau I merer of Ocntrnlla III Sir and I ISirsI Newton Belgium of ChicagoI Edward Kins of Chicago Dan SIc SlHIan of Water Valley JlHw Sir and Sirs S Is Stewart of SlcComl Sllrs F P Wentzcl of Memphis J T Hutchen of Paducah F fIOrors of Paducah n II Claory of Paducah Young of East St Louis and J E llakor of Slattoon III- In nmlkruJIcfIAn examination ot creditors in the bankruptcy case of Plain FL Cart wright was held yesterday afternoon before E W Bagby referee In bankruptcy Star Has Sore Throat John Nicholson star of Lea Ro manesques which was seen at Tho Kentucky last night Is threatened with time loss of his voice Although hampered by hoarseness and a cough ho played his role as Straforcl effect ively Ho will consult specialists In Jackson Tenn where two perform ances will bo given today Nicholson contracted a severe cold several days ego and can hardly speak SENATOR WATKINS- LOCAL OPTIONIST I II MKMBEK OF LKfilSIATtWI WHO SIAUE TilE SESSION LIVELY PASSES AWAY Sturgls Ky Nov 5 Special State Senator W J Watkins author r of time county unit bill ot tho last fvstfon of tho legislature nOd tho man who charged that liquor men west spending money to defeat his bill tiled this morning hero of gas tritis Ho lied been 111 three weeks Solomon Rothschilds Sir Solomon Rothschild ot SL Louis dlod this morning Mr Roths r child was a brotherinlaw of Sir Jake Well of this city and an undo of Mr Adolph Well Tho body Will be brought to Paducah Monday morning 1It 745 nut the burial wll be at he Jewish cemtery the body being taken direct from the station S S S 15555-S II SIATTIES SALAUY IS II Now York Nov GThat II Christy SInthowson of tho II Giants will receive a salary S I of 15000 from the club next II year was unofficially announced IS hero today Ho drew f 10000 I tho past season II IS I I S I I S I I S S NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS RESIGN SHOW I iESiX1lmST HKCAUSE- KIIIJOIUXT AT DAIiUXH WAS CONVICTED Dallas Tex Nov 5MaJor E II Roach Captain II W KInnard and Icutcnants J Calller and Tracy horSy Dallas national guard offiI corn havo resigned from tho service ihowlng their resentment at the onvlctlon of Sergeant J C ManIcI who bayonuttcd Louis Rcgcnsteln when time president was here last rear KInnard today asked tho ad lutnnt general to muster out blsI company as ho would not order hisI men to do guard duty when they are luhject to conviction by civil au thorities for obeying military orders I Lizzie May alklrIFollowing a low days illness llphthcrla Lizzie May Walker orII 19monthsold daughter of Mr Mrs Frank Walker 427 Hayes iiio Meclinnlcsburg died at 240 oclock yesterday afternoon The funeral will be held at 230 oclock Sunday afternoon and burial will be In Oak Grove cemetery KIvIs Thompson Elvis the 3yearold son otMr antI Mrs II A Thompson residing near Massac Ky tiled at 830 oclock yesterday morning of bronchoparaly sls Tho funeral was held at 11 clock this morning arid burial at lit Zion cemetery Hnnlin Cole Slurray iCy Nov IiHarddnC- olo son of Mr and Sirs J SI Cole lied at lily fathers homo on Depot street Ho was 20i years of age and had for several years been a sufferer rom rheiimntlMn nnd for tho last few months confined to life bed1 with I onumptlon Ho was a bright ami Kumlar boy and his early death isIleplorcd by nil who know him uneral services were held at the Sirlstlan cliurch by Rev J SI llexander after which lite remains were laid to rest at time city come tory ERBSTEIN GIVES BOND OF 10000 tvK oXKiijI imowxirs ATTOKI- NEV CHAItOKU WITII HRIBKIIY Chicago Nov rClmrlcs R Erb ituln accused ot bribing Grant Mc lulchen a Leo ONoll Browne Juror furnished 10000 bond today States Attorney Wayman who was assailed by ErliRteln refused to have any thing to do with the case Tho bond wa s approved by a deputy Erb steIns charges against Wnyman were dlHctiHEcd today by tho grievance committee of the Chicago liar mao elation No definite action Is ex pected i Small Pox at Anna Springfield 111 Nov IiDr J Oj Westercelt today reported to time elate hoard of health 35 cases of smallpox at Anna 111 Twenty homes are quarantined BAWDY HOUSE KEEPERS SUBMIT TO 25 FINES Dora Blanclictt and Jennie Leach Tenth and Husbands streets wero fumed 2S each In i ollco court this morning upon motion of City Attor coy Martin They wore charged with malnUnlnliiK bawdy houses upon war raiitu IRUW1 yesterday afternoon by Chief of Police Henry Slngory Tho women reside on the south side A warrant was sworn out for Ruth Burrows Eighth and Husbands streeetg I s THREE THOUSAND DOLLAR VERDICT IN DAMAGE CASE Largest Amount Awarded By Jury at This Term of Circuit Court Little Boy Recovers Against I C IAIIO IOUflHT TIUAL ENDED Tho largest verdict returned at lila term of circuit court was brought In this morning by the Jury In the personal Injury suit of Ray Sthrldge against the Illinois Central railroad when 3000 was awarded to the plaintiff It was a case that was closely ontested and occupied the greater part of two days for the evidence ind arguments Ethrldge Is a small lad In short trousers nnd last year was Injured while at the Interscc lion of the railroad tracks and Jonea street near Sixteenth street The defense sought to prove that the lad was hanging on the rear of a relght train while the plaintiff In troduced testimony to show that a relght train backed across the Tossing and struck the lad crush lng his leg anti tanking amputation necessary Tho plaintiff sued for 12GOOO Thu evidence was heard yesterday Itnd the arguments were concluded lila morning Attorneys Croaaland i Crosslund and Hon John K lien rick represented the plaintiff while Attorneys Wheeler Hughes repre ented the railroad- A motion was mado this morning by E W Stewart In the suit of E W Stewart against J E Smith and T J Murphy to havo a receiver appointed for the Listerine Soap corn I any Ho claims that tho company- Is operating at a loss The motion will bo heard on November 11 Tho trial docket for Monday Is Ruby Parker vs tho Paducah Box nUll Basket company Ernest Elmendorf vfl1 T S VIck- ers Elizabeth Zelgler vs Illinois Cen ralBWeet Jones vs L C Hlbba- L p Pnjiiilntton SlatUtlcfl Washington Nov GTho popula lion of Wlnnebago county WIs con taming tho city of Oshkoeh Is 61 119 compared with 58225 In 1900 ccordlng to the thirteenth census numeration made public today Irllevra He Killed Bride Ends Life Memphis relic Nov LDavld- r Reed an express messenger shot it his wife here today and believing lie had killed her when she stum bled over a chair shot himself In the iead and died eevernl hours later ho woman was uninjured Reed bad iecn drinking and when he found the door of his homo locked ho broko It open anti started to upbraid his bride of three months The shooting 4 followed an exchange of personalt ties 4 1 LES ROMANESQUES Tho prettiest cleanest merriest omedy that half been seen In the Ccnlucky theater In seasons was nlrtod last night by the majority oC iHiducnb theatergoers Les Ro nanesnucs played to a house that reflected discredit on the city Ever part In limo play was taken bY- a competent intelligent player ob lously selected with caro for tho part John Nicholson who beads thin company Is an actor ot intellect Hid Individuality and his portrayal of tho swashbuckler typo Mil per inps no equal There Is not a lIne or situation In Len Romanesques that Is the least bit suggestive thero Is not a thought suggested that Is not wholeswme the sttlro on the Itoineo aud Juliet romance Is delic ious and withal It kept tire small au llcnco Inst night In peals ot laughter anti time applause was aa vociferous as It time houtv hind been packed Tho iH rfnrinanco simply carried the nu Henco away Press reports front other diem where tho company played before coming to PaJucah save ample notice to Paducahana that they wight expect something unusually good and It In discourag ing to time theatrical Interests of the city that FO notable attraction pliould be neglected tU Chicago Nov 5ItiternationalSPresident RIckert of tbo Garment Yorkers this afternoon signed an agreement wltlt Hart Shaffner 12 Marx by which 15 J1 workftr w IIl return to work pending arbitration e g r o n w r + es a p A v + pMu A iw+ ua yr w ti y p w r SATURDAY XOVEMIIFTI s PAGE TWO 7 THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN aT Y t es CAM Ir1rliay l I gesCherry Pectoral I Tickling r Hlilflils for RoMlent Experiments conducted In Enl f lland suggest the possibility that I shields may once moro form an Im portant port of the equipment of an army Stool shields three milli meters In thickness and about 160 square Inchns In area have been de vised which afford complete protec time against bullots from the servlm rllle at a tango of four hundred yards The swat star of the shield which weighs only sven pounds re 10 70 quires that tho soldier shall lie I prone on tho la order to 8holh ell Each shield loop tho nnd studs at cansbeI The Idea Is by tho use of Buch I i shields the necessity ofi trenches may bo avoided Weekly InIck velvet hags belts and pumps arc u cd together Only Ono BROMO QUININE the Is on Laxtiv Bromo uininal box Cures a Cold in One Pay Crip in 2 Days25c THE CITY NATIONAL BANKI UMTI3D STATUS DKIOSITOltV TIm UANK UP STIR NGTII j Capital 10000000 Surplus 5aO00000 Habits detiirmlno your future Get tho DANK nOOK HABIT now and assure for yourself a future of Independence Deposit your savings In the City National Hank of Inducnli the llvortt and most proBrcssIvo financial Institution In woBtorn KcnlucUy Guaranteed liability to depositors over 80000000 INTKHKST PAID OX TIMI3 DKlOSITS OFFICEnSIS IL Hughes President M Illnkc Chairman Hoard dos I IFriedman VicePrest of Directors Jas O Utterback Cashier K Illchardaon Asst Cashier Kminrt Hagby Asst Cashier s L Theres Another Sensons Wear in Thnt Dress or Suit It needs some expert attention from competent cloanor It is iStrue but are as well equipped to do flue work as may cleaner t In tile state And a dollar or two will work wonders with gar ments which seemed beyond repair Ladles Suits Cleaned and pressed 9IJIO to l 0 Ladies Suits pressing onlj 7ie to 912I j lfns Siiils cleaning lad pressing 91no- Orelseats cleaning nnd pressingrtDO to J10 sin us FOR KSTJMATRS wu arAKAXTun SATISFACTION HM DALTONNew Plione JOR1 ll l South Ilftli Street New Jhonu JOWJA s L r CO lamrooratrdt Ji CAUXKV x GOODMAN i MATIXKK AX1 NIGHT Sl- NOVEMBER 5 Admission Matinee lOc 20c Night c 2Cc 3Cc roc Sent sate Friday a m Nightt r NOVEMBER IlllCKS Lower 10075Dalcony i 0 Gallery 3ri2ri F FScat Tuesday 10 n m 1 ground bo has a hole for rifle the I that digging Harpers I L Sr C S n we I J5rY Yes We Sell- IEATERS Good Ones We tho boat lino of Heaters made If they worn not tho best they would bare no ilnco In Our store For good solid hooting atla Tactlon In every way thoro Is nothing to equal the Aetna It Is economically Inclined In regard to coal and prices also for that matter only costing 854 Vc carry tho Vuina 11110 also rives run from 9250 to 1000 w mil Buy your store here and lie sure it will last and give splendid heating satisf- actionHARTLOCKWOOD 127 South Third Street THE KENTUCKY THEATREEMgrs = Saturdayi 230 Wednesday H9Curtain Floor Sale carry Mr George W Attcrbcry Presents tho Well Known Comedy Drama Boss of Z Ranch Ono of tune Best and Most Realistic Western Dramas Ever Written SIBTho Thrilling Climaxes Tho Powerful Dramatic Situations Tho Realistic Scenic Effects Now nnd Novel Specialties Between Acts A REAL COWBOY BAND Will Make Their Novel and Picturesque Parado at Noon COMINGTills CASINO GIRL MR JESS BURNSPresents THE QUAIXT COMKIHAX MR TOM McRAE AXD TJIE ORIGINAL COMPANY In Xew Yorks Greatest MuMcal Soc cess THE CASINO GIRLS IX SMILING ISLAND A MUSICATj OPEIIAGAXJ5A Tho Brightest Girliest Funniest Musical Comedy En Tour ftmYAVftft WliwWWmMViWWW WII I ifIiEATf CAL iOTF- SwmMwwmH I mwmm AT TUB KKNTUCKY Tonight =Tlio l oss of Z llnncli Wednesday Nov OTho Casino Girls lit Smiling khans Week of Xov M Imperial lock wwipnny In reppertolroA- VeilncMlny Xov JOThc1h- IlIlX Monday Nov 2LI1 Fields Mln trcls Tuesday Nov 211 Tho Spend hrlft Thanksgiving Tlio 3Ian on the- Uox Monday Nov 8Mnxwell Stock roui nr for week Starhnmliy Vaudeville GemMnwing picture Tho cowboy band of The neBS of IZ Unncn company whleh Is playing n matinee nt tho Kentucky thte afternoon made a hit with Its unquo street parado this morning The band Is unusually good it will plaY a concert In front of tho Kentucky before the ntght performance Tho now of T nanth to a UirUHnply realistic wott rn melodrama tloaHng with ranch Vie and numerous oc i pRorlos are carried to complete the iIu bar of the stags pictures The milt n house was well riloneed MasonicOnUDtnl Theatre Louisvilles Leading Playhouse Nov al5 Itertlin Kallrli Xov 780 The Jolly Uarhe sou1OOiople Xov 11 nml IJ inv I Slicolinn ONra Co- NoV1017114Ili Tho Midnight Sous100 1poplt- Ahvayn lOll mum floor scats at 101 Watch this space for other at tractions f I One of the Handsome Laurel Models M The Casino Olrls Something unusual In tho lino of musical1 comedies will bo tho stuns Lion at tho Kentucky next Wodnoe ar night when the Cnvlno Gins onjp ny In Srallln Island n Mtilcal opirasania makes Its nltlal bow hero Jlr Tom McUao the lender of tho fun makers Is supported by Tom Nolan George WaMi Jaunoa CorriRon also Miss Gone Pollard pnlma donna soprano Corn Evelyn Howard SUtert Klslo IAeUe- and many others Including n fine singing and dancing chorus olabor loly costumed The Climax Joseph II Vbers phenomenal Xow York stuccoes The Climax will bo tho delightful attraction at the Kontucky Wedneeday Nov 1C Those who enjoy problem plays will find plenty to Iriterestl them In this unique play Three problems arc utilized In constructing the founda tion of Tlio Climax any ono of wheh Would provide euffleJont ma lorlnt upon which to brio tho aver ngo play Tho Climax has been staged by Mr Wobor and will bo presented lugro by a carefully se lected cast Al Velds In New Orleans FleWs Mlnstrals played at Now Orieens llast week The Iloajnine said Al G Field coitihrated his l vw nnnlversary In Now Orleans by n trhimph at tho Oreerent theater sat night the largo crowd which pehod the theater from parqnette to gallery 1 being almost continuous In its ipplauso of tho efforts of the different members of tho company with which Efleld has surrounded hlmiwlf Norman Stanley Is an Interlocutor tho like of which In very domfound nowaday and he Mrlfee the show through without a hark rMne to all tho Jokes with rapahHIty and just Ho also POBOMPS a wary fine voice John Hwily is the end man par oscollonce Hoely J rived as the plantation uegro tho uptodate wgro and any kind of negro you rant to mention Ho handles tho lanl1lagoIInelv and has n makeup hawtfiitkntly hlnck and tiunl dna Governor Bowen la also a lackfaeo man who can tln z and dance some and he pot tho hand also though ho sang an old song SlIm Harris Is the other end man ight of step and 1lenting In nppoar mco Harris did not make such a good Impression though ho worked hard and deserved tho ojplaueo ho ro solvedIVates Sherwood Is inrobaTjijfi tho bOlt of the YocnUeta In ttrnftlit soaks and ho got a big Imndf6rhl rmll lion of Evory HourIJvarr Dr Jack lUchards snug pleasingly My heart lies Uarn d to Lovo Ifpi rHhbllrecalled about eight time MM then ho had to give a new song wlch took equally najvell Helnhnrt la ono of tho bOlt baritone heardl hero- In sonic time Doc Qiiltfoy the old reliable Doc hJi wUh the show win as are all the other funmh0n the Bggrogatloh being one of the beet that Mold hen over brtMWllt hero They elng songs that the gang will whlstlo and got tho head of the crowds fiool Arts nt tho Star Pleated audiences have scan tho show at the Star theater for tho lnst- half of Uilfl wonk Tho monologue I of Harry P Murphy known as tho Irish coon Is one of tho hits of the fMll end praottenlly every perform ance ho Is oompoVM to respond to curtain mite In tho lilaoMara stunt he to pleasing and has some now Iokee and a good wmy of telling them Tho favoring the Rows rioteri are on tutu program for a re turn ougMemont Tl 9are good clancore and have sowo baWiy snap lmnkt Loa has one of his heat Uhw rated sop Two oxcoMent luo lon iiteturos complete the strong biWIt Jfl tvrte oary to make a IMn- rote M It te to remove the ecru npol A Household Mcdlrlno To be really raluitblo muit rtiow equallY Rood results from each mom tier of the family using It Koloya Honey and Tar does just this Wheth er for cblldrAti or grown parsons Foleye Honey and Tar IB best and rafft for all coughs and coldlJOII- rla drug Store You arucccay vonaro r ght 1 icf the time SLOWLY MADE SURELY GOOD J W i It is not speed but care which counts in the custom work factory which produces these shoes for boys and girls Quality must predominate Wear is there because the shoemakers take their time We pny Uiom to bo slow ami mire to give their at tention to every detail Wo do not enro to sue how many pairs JIm bo made but wo do euro how well nml thoroughly good oaah pair is niado lit stylo nnfl foot ctmifprL A die tionary with every pair sb o 11 i nnd up Ask your dealer Mt I CUSTOM MAim I1V WRPBM S J WERTHEIMERSWARTS SHOE CO St Louis U S A n S IIIld of the Orange Cnlt + In four death SoiHbrrn can fornla has LHN n tranMornind from a land of eatto ranges to one of mango groves In a tbnl ot a cen tury tho cltrtM iBilMtry has grown from a vlnglo onrkml tit niiMt to 1100 Of the 24iflOOnoo bores of orange annnatlv ii nrnnipl In the lnited Stab CIiI nla euphiee 135oo000 The riI from fhlII clefs crop far th don of I1909 w re over UOOOOOOOJ M quiiin In tho October Pacific Monthly teal Iti ulls Ahvuj4 Follniv The use of Foley KUney fills e They are uplmlWIiip wtrengthentaB I and soothing ToaU In action qukk In roiniUc atlborta drug t The 1 Can10ca WMkIL Three Times the Heat From the Same i Amount of Fuel + t- M PHE whole secret is in the Twin Flues which make the ffamous LAUREL the most economical range on the market This flue construction heats all six holes instead of two as in the usual singleflue rangethree times the heat with the same amout of fuel 1 The twinflue system of the LAUREL permits you to heat the whole top without heating the oven In no other range is it possible to do this To heat htdsix covers of the ordinary range you must first heat the pven a slow and costly system 11 howII hark iindur tile vhlch lies born Lyoull ri when hcatiiif tho oven oven isi so thoroughly so quickly and so evenly hea I t You rail ceo that furl In n IAlillKIiI IIOIW giro greaterl ser Leo Ito hue strips niarknl IB Tho side strip ii divides thin vice after K I ill reel Ing its heat that every degree of It 1li nbsorlKil ppaeo Ixtwocn liack of stovo and oven which has hem tcutordINdnrI rearhlngI the smoke pipeI nnd make two and Independent up and down III1CIIXII rlI III1tt Tho Hldo and hotloin flume strips also act as brncrs for the 11 Tho bottom strip lit dlvidcH part of the spare under tlio oven oven nod prevent It fnun warping thereby continuing flues 1fJ and llxncalli the oven Iteinenilior too that hccanso if thin Iwlnlliio syslem the When you want In heat n Laurel oven you close damper Nnhint IItAXfJE I I I ItJI remainsI IIn a T AUItlHj nliout t wlcn as long 11- 11toIiRr It is In Ibis Illustration Tho heal then travels down 11110II InI oho orillnnry range AddedI e proof that It duosI deliverI rI No II circles around wider oven bottom risen through Xo 1 fJIIlltl HEAT from n givenI quantity of furlI plumy n mngo thatI U and tutu out tho muoko IllpIII ml theI I heat wltcrcI It IIs neetled1 I Buy a Laurel Range m =For Econonys Sake for Convenience Sake i The twinlino systeni IIs built limn iloens uf styles ut both filed mud cast LAIMIKI IIAXGKS nnd nt various yrlets doosi Your Crtied is- Good i r VirniiU NOVKMIlKIl 1 THE PADtJCJAll 151 EN INtt SUN JA j Tiikil I r44zf 4 k4 1 Theres One Thing in v I IUneeda Biscuit I e4 that other soda crackers lack I I fiViandd that is i National Biscuit Goodness j tltR t 4 I In Moisture Proof Packages cI JI IIif Week In Society L r 4 o rt1t 9 9 l 1t 1t l r AN AUTUMNI SONG O I plaintive lowvoiced autumn t WInds How aoft our tick amldit the rhos t 1 ltVbeee lM ior bought but y 4ortlo 8w yd tartly IIn llae Mtnnwr luroao- HowI faint aid low your dtttnt M1 ttovad ihrwiJi the TOtoelBM woodi r today Yoqrometo halfe Stall BttmmWi Hma Awl call her dtlWra frtra thou play 0 nututon INI reur mellow glow UlafjiM en the children of tbo wood t AtMf tum tau verMM eumnm- drrw n To gaMmi awn ad wartot hood OJ noW soft ymir llcnt tally oer tfea little Aril fndtog mwuJowlkxto today lMro iwet wild flowvm droop tbolrf- eNMltf And summer Mat breath dies army O golden billr autumn Days Haw twin your tctrfrtMitdlotl feet 9tm pswlaa oer lie sunlit ways i Wfcer ummor made her glad retreat The dead IWITUS cuter Summer t I nathei The rrlmtun uinnrh by the way Ita1pniz0nnitt stissrsl r 11fs TO NIC1L- Tt t tl tt r nen HOTEL 7- t ST DENISBUOADWAV and I ttti STREET t NUW YORK CITYt I Vltkl sits Antsy of YMT IV1M M I Ulrrnl 1111 Bl k Irnm Wiiumikrt I 3 fimitn wiik el Mkopitlu DWrll Cnn n nbna or cuutiI Cettalu Arrilntmcnii Cmrmu Grife D1 Ilumente aunouuntat I UPIroom at ttr w nnMe llntvOr EUROPEAN PLANT Mo UHoto Urcakfjut SOc WM TAYLOR G SON Inc i r rrf Chrysanthemums I J Wo have tho flncst assort 1 1wont of flowers In tho city it privet Hedge thoil ilcnllornlafor this climate L 4I1nclllths Tulips Narclsala t and China Sacred Lily Bulbs all Imported Cut Flowers etcFloral IspecialtyIKlthvr 1liouo 102 l4 Schmaus Bros i FLORISTS ti lever sold in bulktt NATIONAL h BISCUIT r COMPANY t The 9 OU8 out lu heartblood nail tllIaklee- Weeps I over Summers grave today MModleut lunom In the Great I Soutnwwt Macastno SOCIAL AND CLUIJ OtIliX111t- JtONDAYinformal musical nndII reception of MMlooe Mutleal at WooII BMMW dub house from 3 to G p m- In bflBor of tbo musical artUtn Mrs Bpetei the MIMM SofcollMhmWt and Mr 8eliellchroldt who nppoar I lla coaocrt that night MONDAY Thu SohoBnohmldt Con sort company at tao Ksatneky thea tar under aosftfeos of the Mntlneo I 1MONDA1 give a dance In tho evening at tlloJ Throe Links building t TOUSttAY The Delphic dub meet In regular weekly wiMlon at 10 0 m at the Delphic rooms In tho I tarMgie library Tko program te 1 Th Royal Academy 17C8 HaG i bare Homiiey Vast ooployJ1rs t Hal Oorbett t 2 Poundteg of tho British Umpire IIn India Lord Cllv and Warren c Haetliica Mr A 11 Majors r I Early Woolen Writers Jano t custom Maria UdworUI Imnooei I Ihtrnej aDd Mrs llejuanu Mrs An nie IL Morrow 30 UlKUMloit of Pride and Prod dice lixl bjr Mre LtlUinl Sanders I TUK8DAY Mrs Jamea Donla Murquot and Mrs Arthur Young Martins reeeptlou front 3 until 6 pI m In honor of Ira Anna MI Todd and I Mrs A Hntflold Halsey of Kansas I Clty Mo WEDNESDAY Literature deportment of the Womacv akib meets In regular fortnightly atiealon at IOn I m at tho club house The dlpeus 1 alone are 1 Causes nail ChnrnotCrletlee of tho Ago of OsxtonMrs John G Millar 2 Poets of tho Ago of Caxton Mm K it Cunningham IVWDN1lSDAYMr ft G Doono n- at home from 3 until 5 p m to meat Mrs W C Coodor of Covlngton I Kentucky I THUMDAY MM A n Mojere UI hostess to the Magazine club at r 2S p m at her home on Ilroadway The maRHitn to be roportml are I Harper by Mrs Charles iK Wheel or and Mrs IWwnrd Ilrlnishurtt Atlantis Monthly by Mrs WllllanV I Brndsbaw and Mr Jame Rudy MUDMT by Mir Mthol Morrow 1 Cosmopolitan by Mir Mlnnlo Rat I cliffsFRIDAYTho Knloiophle club will meot at 10 a m at the Womans t dub bulldlne rho program will in cludo 1 Kugeno Dolaorolx and tho Ito mantle Movement Mtea Clara Inrk i 2 Brothors of Napoloan Mire Mar caret Park 3 Current RontaMiss Klolse I DrndlbawSAURDYTho Art department of tho Woman club will most at 10 n in at tho club liouio Tho artists for dleulldon are 1 Sir Jorhun Roynoldo Llfo and Works Miss Gllson 2 Thomas Galniboroiigh Llfo and Work MM I 0 Walker 3 Benjamin 1Vostlirat Chnro Fm TV 1 John CoplorMTB II B Sowall Tn I ucrt ilii ot Vi1111111111 huh Lltqo Mba Elsie Burilw Vo te will ntortain tier young friends at tho Vomans dub houw on the afternoon of Friday November 11 at 590 oclock Tho Invitations wore wiod today 5J =f S SIti lrnl Ktcnlns for Visitor Mrs llubliard S WCB will enter nln n few musical friends this oven ng at hor apartments in The Shamrock In comiilUnent to liar guest Irs Joseph Troutman ot Logans port Ind and Miss Luello Lamb ol arill Tonn tile guest of Mrs Harry JoMlwce It will bo an Informal affair lflrthoRLcugcay Tho marriage of Miss Theresa Clrcliott and Mr Gus Legcay will IB solamulzod on Tuesday morning at 7 oclock at tho St Francis do gales Catholic church It will bo a nuptial mass Tho Rev Father Con icily will odlclato Tho brldosmalds will bo Miss Inry KlrchofT sister ot Uio brldo and Miss Mario Roth The grooms non nro Mr Paul Lcgeay and Mr lonry Klrclioff Mr Alfred Logrny Jr Henry Arts of Princeton Mr oseph Roth and Mr Tony Seck aro lie ushers Following the ceremony a wedding broalcfast will bo served at the tome of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs Charles Klrclioff on tho inos road The only guosts will belie bridal party and Immediate rola Iree The couple will loavo at 112C clock for n bridal trip to Louls Illo and Frankfort On tholr rc urn they will begin housekeeping n their homo on the Cairo road Miss Klrohoff Is an attractive oung woman Sqq Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Kirchoff romlnont residents ot tho county Ir Logeay Is the son of tho well known French gardener Mr A Lo eny and Is a sterling young busl IIIHI tent Both nro popular In a irgo circle of friends t4 Diinro lIml teatrg Horne Kiesto and Joseph ai Roth will jrfvo a danco at the rhree Links building next Wednesday voulng Itwlll bo a ploarnnt social conrlon 1lrturo Shower for llrliloKlcct In honor of Mtts Therota IKlrchoff I brldo of the coming week Mies Marie Roth U entertaining with a loture S4iowcr this afternoon at hor homo on Harahnn Dnu1 rnrd It Is an attractively appointed1 fair The rooms arc effectively decorated with roses carnations and bry anthomums In a colormotif of rod and white This presentation of the pictures Iq I pretty feature of the aftornoom rho packaROt artistically tied up are brought Into tho reception hall on n prettily decorated small wagon drawn by little Karl Randall as Cupid The nature of the shower le a urprlro to tho bride oloct and Is gnlte an Innovation In Ujo dlt1proom the table Is a harming cffficf In rod nndwhlte Suspended from tho chandelier Is a rod bell with red ribbons extending diagonally to the four corners of the taMe A tall crystal vase of rod and whlto carnations lle arangoil on a beau fully embroidered contor piece of red roios Tho place cards nro Cu plde with vano nnyroprlato to tho occasion The rod and white lens akos end confections cmphailzo the color tonoa P Xohll Minimi Event Tim Sohollschmldt concert on Monday evening nt the Kenturkr theater under tho auspices of tbp Jlatlnc Musical club promises to bo not only a notable musical event but will be n social occasion oa well They are nrlleta of noto In tho musical world and tho deslro to hear them la aug mented by tbo popularity of tho cause for which tho club it working this year the musical education of a lltlo child In tho Homo of tho Friend lots There will bo box parties on Mon day night and a nunrbcr of balcony and gallery parties are being planned besides Mr Schellecbmldt jnd tho Mlwoo Schollschmldt will arrive on Sunday afternoon from Indianapolis The Misses ScholUchmldt will bo tho houtogitCBtg 6f Mrs James Welllo while hero and Mr Schollechmldt will lx tho guoit of Mr and Mra Hubbard S Wells at The Shamrock Mrs Kpstoln the soloist of St Louis will arrlvo on Monday Am Informal reception will t o given by the Matinee Musical club In honor of tho distinguished visitors on Monday afternoon from 3 to C oclock nt tho Womans club lioiuv All tho members of tho club active associate and student aro expected to bo present An Informal musical program will bo given during tho afternoon Cotillon to Danclrg Class Prof Mahler Is entertaining with a Halloween Cotillon to IllsI junior danoing class this afternoon at 4 oclock at the Womans club Pretty PreXuptlal Event Mrs Frank Klrchotf Jr was the hostess nt a prettily planned Miscel laneous Showor on Thursday alter noon at her homo on South Second street In honor of Miss Theresa Klrchoff a bride of November 8 The Halloween Idea was attract Ivoly carried out In the decorations of tho reception hall where Jacko lanterns were effectively used Tho rooms wero prettily decorated throughout with yellow and whlto chrysanthemums The gifts woro presented to the honoree In a largo clothes basket TIlls was carried by John Ochl MCblaeger Jr and little Miss Ruby Wanner cousins of the brldoclcct They Included a number of pretty nod useful household articles- A delightful saladcourse luncheon was served during tho afternoon Mrs John Wanner assisted Mrs KIrrholT In entertaining Tho guests woro limited to the bridal party and thcwjjanilly connec tion whIch Is a largo ono InjiiKcnicn Announced Mr and ifr tames It Wallace 52 South Thlrdr t have announced had tip preaching mareof thqlr daugh tor Ethol tnhtlia popular employe of the Illinois Central shops aad son of Mr and Mrs Jer ome Smith of tho Mayfield road The marriage ceremony will take place on November 17 at tho homo of tho brides parents icA Menu TrJcJ1 Iropectivo brlMfI olid grooms who fear suffering at the 1 lends of their friends on their honeymoon depart uro may find valuable suggestions In tho following poem frott3 tho Louls vlllo CourierJournal and It Is ol o nlrIshlpswell as War aro to bo manifold Wo waited for the brldo and groom To start tholr trip Thoro was enough rice Ihthg room To sink a ship Each follow hold a rusty shoo llohlnd his back And thoro wore ribbons pink and blue Upon the hack f tr f mThoTo our dismay s They took an airship front tlie roof And got away NaBlivlllo Banner VIi A It November Meeting Mrs E G Boone was hostess to tho Padueah chapter of the Daugh tore of tho American Revolution at hor home 2232 Broadway Friday afternoon Plans woro discussed for tho In itallatlon of the bust of Washington In tho Washington building and ar rangements will tie made to offct thlu Installation with apliroprloto ox erclsett on November 1C MmI Den Johnson elate regent of Cardstown iKy w4ll be present to deliver tho installation address arfrt a reoapUon will bo tendered In her honor on that date at the Womans tub rooms Ah attractive program wag sundered sf tor tho burinow ffstion Delightful refreshmonty were tervod late The program features were Song America Roll call Quotations from tho Ruble Paper Peter Muhlonhors1 tho Patriot Pastor of the Rovplutlon Mrs H S Well Report of the StatQ Cfoifarflnco j Mrs E G Boone and atlss Emllj Morrow Vocal soloettoni Mrs Jauiis Welllo and Mrs Guy Martin In Kentucky In tho autumn tho polo anti doll catb poetry of the lyohtudky land makes Itself felt as silence and ro poso Still skits still woods still shoots of forest watery still flocks and herds long lanes winding with out tho sound ot a traveler through fields of the unlvewl brooding still ness Tho nun no longer blazing I but muffled In n veil of palest blue JtWCII Lauc Allen T i40 1 II- TO PALE iiiRead 1andI 1 k From the St Louis Times II E N life seemed darkest and death almost welcome relief from years of suffering came In the simplest w manner declared Mrs Martha Gericlis of 5054 Ridge avenue St Louis Mo I read an advertisement and it saved me I 1fourI 1 harder tasks of the household because they knew I was delicate Even when I womans I suffered from an illness peculiar to my sex which made me violently ill sometimes for a week at a time My condition grew Worse and worse until my relatives feared I would die Our family physician said I my malady was one that could only be relieved by the most difficult of operations Womanlike said I IIIdie first After a long sickness I arose from my bed but I never was the same again Those intervals suffering came oftener and remained longer After my marriage my heailh anti was impaired Then anT brother lit wife died and left four little to be cared for My husband and I went to 1mostI I 1 attended to the wary demands of such a large family But the tax told I collapsedOne day two months ago some one threw a yellow circular on our doorstep One of the children brought it in It told of the Cardul Home Treatment and something about it gave me a taint stir of hope I had lost faith in everything and was willing tolay down and die Every bone and nerve in my body ached intolerably My husband to please me got a bottle of Cardu at the nearest drug store I didnt notice any change for the first day nor the second although I followed instructions mechanically But the third day I felt a trifle better and 1x still better the fourth After that it was steady Improvement When Ir began the Cardui Home Treatment I weighed lust 98 pounds My cheeks were sunken and my frame that of a skeleton After taking two bottles of Cardui and using Thedfords BlackDraught and Cardui Antiseptic I had regained such strength that I could again attend to all the household duties I LA AIt L Iftlin IIUuojlllll 10 n prMgs5iMiIbKft jlJ1t was that the medicine not only allayed I the pain and suffering but seemed to have removed the cause of the suffering which had been with me con stantly since girlhood- II and the other two remedies in the house constantly I- tt she 1Mrs1 I couldnt have done that two months ago She said It Is a Joy to forget pain and lust feel like other folks again The above statement of hercase was signed and sworn tto by Mrs Gerichs before Fred Rcimier Notary Public St Louis Mo I Take CARDUI The pans f 1pJLH1 11 LLaI I 110 The Other Woman t jpPi i Who Can Write a Story Like It f for The Red Book Magazine I The Red Book Magazine is seek ing for storiesfascinating human masterful storiesthe best that then world produces We must have from 15 to 20 eachmonth for every issueofThe Red Book Magazine contains as much fiction as two 150 novels r The stories must all be exceptional A million readers expect to find here the rarest sort of stories We pay by the wordany price ear that is necessary The more a story is worth the more we desire it We spend 40000 per issue to get oui this magazine But we must have superlative stories Ordinary fiction cannot be accepted We are now returning 1800 stories per month because they fall short of requirements The Other Nod vember issue shows one kind of story wanted So does eachbf the following stories You will find them all in the November Red Booknow on every news stande Father The Fear 11 r 4 The Boomer fThe Trails End The Seventh Brother j I te t The Garb and the Man The Education ofa Husband Minnie Molines Last Curtain Every month we must fill 192 pages with such stories and pictures as you find in this issue Anti we are scouring the world to secure them Some of them come from writers ten thousand miles away Any writer fn really great story can get whatever he asks for it here The best artists we know will be em ployed to illustrate it A million readers will enjoy and applaud it Many a writer has jumped into na tional fame by a single grew Red Bookstory CliP The Rec Book magazine Editorial Department Chicago Ills 10 r rikto 1eee tMMWH11aF aMa ewwqr p 14 PAGE rOUX TILE PADUCAH EVENING suNfITllmA jrovEMnnn ra r THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY sus punusniivo COMPANY Incorporated F It FISHER President 11 J PAXTON General Manager Entered at the postofflce at Paducah K7 ai second close matter JPBSCIHITIOK UATKll TUB DAILY BOTI By Carrier per week 10 Br Mall per month In advance 21 Br Mall per year In advancei800 THE WEEKLY SUN Tor year by mall postage paid 1100 Addreia THE SUN Paducab Ky Offlte Ill South Third Phone Its I 1 tdllortal Rooms 014 Phone 117 New Phone IKS Payne t young Chicago and New York representative pe6alrHlc N LABlL KV SATUHDAV XOYKMIIRU 5 RCIUnIolCN CITY TICKET FOR ALDERMENT Eo Ford grain dealer Flnli Lack manufacturer C M Jllker manager West Kentucky Coal company Joseph Exult commit don merchant- COUNCILMENPint ward Henry Gallman grocer Second ward John McCandleca river man Third ward Fred linesman eommiseion broker Fourth ward August Dudile carpen ter Fifth ward George I Uarrett furniture dealer Sixth ward John Wacker cooper long term R So Barnett grocer short terra SCHOOL TRUSTKK3 First ward II R Lindsey medicine manufacturer Second ward J KFerguson manu facturer Third ward R T Ifubhaitl tobacco manufacturer Fourth ward J K Wanner Jeweler long term and E E Baker Insuranrn agent short term Firth ward Christian Kolh butcher long term William Flowers baggage agent short term Sixth ward W N Simmons cooper Dally Thought He that Ives ujx n hopes will dlo fastingFrankliuIt of courage to bo sensibleWe o tllI contend that car of pickles didnt get In till Thursday o Dont forget there Is a JGOOOO belotedbel A Missouri horse trader laughed for hours and It required medical attention to make him quit He must have been the man who laughed last IoI When we get par Iioueat01 cars some of us will no longer have to farawuIongaccusItOmOOoureJvlronments when the conductor comes aroulldI I ioTHJnElSMUCH A STAKE The men who accepted the Republican nominations for members of the general council dd so at the so licitation of citizens Interested InI supporting the present business administration during the remainder of Its term This Is an Important year enterlThexedjUponextent the revenues and Improvement of the city and the expenses of the property owners Economy and sound bueinesa judgment are necessary We have confidence In tho faithfulness and ability of the mayor He should have In the general council men In sympathy with his pleas and projects In order that he may have a free rein In the management of affairs An adverse majority In the general council with so much at slake and a big municipal campaign approaching would mean that aspiring politicians could io everything possible In the general council to embarrass the adminIs- tration for the effect U would have on the next election o IS THE PRESS TO I E A TOOL OF TilE PEOPLE OR POLITICIANS The Carlisle County News demands the reslgnaton of both tho First district central committeeman and the executive committeeman from the First district for the good of the party We are glad to observe another western Kentucky contcmporar beginning to see fact as they ore Having proRrewSed to that state of mind we may hope that by the appli cation of a little logical mwflnlng to the matter he may content to a rational remedy for the trouble He demands that these gentlemen be ousted How may wo ask can they be ousted 7 They are on trenched behind county organiza tions and the committeemen that composo these organizations will bo chosen each year In a manner doSlK rated by thjpnisalves and under their own dlrcjnj Tfuo emru It tees are BeirperiujRiatlng bodies There Is no way umf shaking off the incubus of atiite self reeking ipoMtlolaiw mi der thpxprdjejitxsystem of party government Again what Would the editor of the Carlisle County News aocom pllth by ousting these two gentlemen If ho could Would thwy not be succeeded by other pollUcJans more or lest astute rind no more aUmktlc In their notlone of party loyalty The editor of the farllele County stews recognizes that there Is something wrong when he attempts to get rill qf the offending pertons he cannot and if he conk he would not better the filiation So he imfl go u step farther IIlId rwonnlre tb fall that ipre ent eoudit one are wrong under which m n are elevated to party power and mnntilnpd therein Then lie must wknowlrdgp the uriti a j mate fact that It la tho conditions wlihh must be remedied Tho Denton TribunoDcmocrat ex los ed tho same mental processes In arriving at tho conclusion that the popular primary under the state election board at which party com milh nwn as well as candidates should be named in the only remedy for existing conditions whch have well night wrecked the Democratic party In Tennessee and the Itopub llcan parly In Ohio and Is threaten ing tho Democratic organization In the Third senatorial district After that he says the Initiative and referendum and the recol should ppeedlly follow Much opiKMlUon will be raised to there measures by pollUcIans now entrenched In Power It Is only by the united efforts of the state press that reform cancome about and this effort will ibo opposed by such organs as owe tholr continued existence to their support ot some selfseeking I o11tlclans schemes Socialism they wIH roll It and yet wo know that the astonishing growth of socalltfd socialism In this country la due a confusion of democ racy with socialism Every nova tlon Is now contemptuously dubbed foofollstlc just as ninny things till Democratic and Republican parttei now espouse wore once Just as con tomptuotirty dubbed populism The socialistic party Is being TO crusted from the ranks of political proteetants who are not afraid ot the sound of a name They are not socialists at all but real democrats using tho term In Its governmen tal and not partisan sense Social lain Involves a farreaching reforma tion of the whole social compact family relations wages time recreation and everything else affect fag social conditions including re ligion Unless the two grunt parties heed the protest the soetaltetlo party will continue to recruit until It ac complishes its mlyslon but the vast majority of its members will revolt at the last against real socialism As regards politics socialism and democracy are antipodal Broadly speaking socialism mean the great est possible control of the individual by the government democracy means tho greatest possible partici patton by UII Individuals In the government commensurate with the greatest possible Individual freedom of development The popular primary Is merely anII extension of the theory of democracy giving the voters the right to choose I their own party managers as wU as candidates The Initiative gives theII voters tie right to direct legislation the referendum gives them the right to veto legislation the recall glvai them the right to dismlra Jneonv potent and unfaithful officials at any time by popular election1 just as any j employer has tho right to dismiss his Incompetent and unfaithful em J ployes at any time 1st1ire any man who pays taxes and would Ixvwilling Mo d nyhm 2 self this prJWlego of protecting his own Interests Is there any mans I I who believes In popular SO j et denies that the people emmentlIpotent to decide what they These rights and democratj1Mteditor of the Carlisle County News 11 II101Sloot t pieces as Is being done In Teni KenIIItucky1 on this subject from all the press of tho Purchase It la tho one Import ant political question of the hour If the press is merely going to stand as it has done In the past making de mands between elections and swat Jowlng what the politicians care tot present to the press during the amInalgn well and good but If the s press 1is to become a real moulder of public opinion the press must de11 mand a change of conditions With t ItorganlzatlonjIt the power of the press will be mull plied a thousand fold instead of reII tnalnlng the tool of whatever polish I cal1 coterie happens to be In control at the moment a I I 1 Heard in the Lobby I a The younger members of the local bar met last night and organized time Junior liar association The as jI soclatlon was organized for time I benefit of the young lawyers In the city and it la expected that all of tho younger attorneys will become t members The charter members areIf James C Cheek Leslie II Alex nndor Edgar T Washburn Charles A WIckllffe and Thomas T Neely The officers elected are Thomas T Xeely president James C Check vicepresident and Leslie B Alex nndor secretarytreasurer PAM1EH IIIOtJSEIL R Coiik fi Mn St Louis S F Smith St Louis 1 F Cox Ixmlsvllla T vMsOrisgor Frankfort n E lloykln St Loiili John W Ciwnault Arlington Stella Salmon Hlckman W IL Prathtw Cincinnati IJKLVEDERE Mrs O C hell and daughter Metropolis N L nil bert Murray C Phillips Murray t1 Guy Brooks Sturgis A L Lowe laWI Moore St Louis I NEW RICHMOND Hooper L J Atchloy ChIcago William Stolnlt Chicago J F Morgan Princeton Mr and Mrs K II Jones Memphis i- E I llaynes Metropolis II P liar I nett Yale Okla William T Lytton Brbokport r I Tho first cold snap In the fall IIllI I 1 6 I L Packagert + Niter sold In bulk Kentucky Kernels Third district congressional race close Patten Stewart dies nt Madison vllleThomas Robinson dies at Hop Insvllle Tobacco warehouse burns at Hop Insvllle Million and half unpooled tobacco n Davless Sixtyeight cattle at Sbelbrvllle let 21000 Lexington Interurban to have nJJ 500000 power plant- J X Hazelden Danvlllo falls from carriage and Is killed Senator Bradley appoints Ltlllard democrat whose vote In legislature sleeted Bradley his secretary DqCaC1gQp1 7pqmpOpCxS1Ft VOICE OF TilE PEOPLE LLCQgi G f11 7Ct71 C7i of the Evening Sun More than one socialist who says le intends to vote the straight ticket las told me ho wteho he could do bat ee as to record his sentiments far his party and at the cane time rote for H 11 Llndsey John K erguson and S T Hubbard for- ochool trustees In the first three ard s where the Socialists have no candidates That ccn easily foe done and I wish you would print this today Saturday for the benefit not only of tho poolallsta but anybody dee who Is seeking the eamo kind of nformatlon so that they wHl have Imo before election to verify what am saying and by actual demon tratlon with a ballot learn how to- do It proporly It Is very rtniplis f a man wishes to vote a straight Icket he puts Ida X mark under ho party emblem That casts his ote for every man on the ticket But if after putting his mark under he emltem ho ales puts a x mark u the square marked beside the name of a candidate on smn0 other ticket lie votes for that man so narked on tho qtlior t ekot and for ivory other man on tho Jacket under whore ambient he fiutibe X mark To apply this to tho use in point if man puts his eX mark under the oclallst emblem nnd then pulse X nark In tho square by tho name of Indoy In the First worth Ferguson n the Second and Hubbard In the Third his vote will bo cotmtetl for every candidate on the toctalltt Icket and also for Llndey Forgu on and Iliibbxrd They may Inquire bout thU and verify It between this and election day A SOCIALIST IIKADACHKIiyp Pills Guaranteedby1 HIMtmilCAV OITV TICKIrr FOR AIjDRRMKN T K Ford grain IpBlsr Jlltls Lack inniiiifuPtiirrr C t IllUlr manager West Kentucky Call company Joseph Kxall commix ton merchant henryGallmanIrCHiiJIesB river man Third ward red lluiuiman cnmnilsslon broker ourlh ward August IluUile rari i n rr Fifth ward O orKc U Barrett urnltura dealer Sixth ward John Packer cooper long tern It S saruett sroccr short term SCIIOOIj T1tUSCI0ESllrnt ward II t Ilnds y meillrlnn manufacturer Second ward J KKerKiison innnu scorer Third ward H T llulilmnl ibniro nuinnfailurer Fourth ward J Wanner jewelrr done term1 and shortermaI uther long trrmi William FloWrfrit DKfrndP agent short term Htharil W N tJlinmonn cooper J u I jn Fresh in every climate Hot or coldwet or dry Adapted to every condition Rich or poor sick or well Suited to every color White black red yellow Used by every age Childhood youthmanhood oldage Good at all times Breakfast lunch dinner supper And in all places At work or play by day or night Uneeda Biscuit L WWWarIWNMMMeJa141AT I tTTTTTT TTTT Kplscopal GRACE The Pev D C Wright rector Montbarlce of holy com munion for color ju communleaM at 730 ani Sunday school at 9M a m holy communion and sermon by tho rector lb45 a m Evening prayer and Sermon 730 p m COOD SHKPERD HOUSE Am madlaThe Roy E O McAllis ter minister Sunday eohoo 930 a m Morning prayer and wrnwn 10161 aro Evening titjxjr and eormon 3 ponl No night Brrle l1l1iim FIRSTiThe Rev M H DoUd pan tor Sunday wshbol at 990 a m Morning subject 1646 a m Grace Evening1 sermon 770 1 m Repentehce1and Confession The Lords Stopper will be observed In the morning SECOND the Ttcv J T Matting It Will preaclliltho morning and ovonhlgf NORTH TWELFTH STRHTT The Rev J It 3larkI pQtor Sun day school 930 d m iTOaeklnc at llam and 7 P 1t by the passer Sunday school In l3Wlandtow at 3- pm J CliiUtJun FIRST ThfJUlVS yf A FHt pee tor Sunday ifchooT 990 a M Preaching nt Ul4G a m aad 760 p m by the paftflTr Morning subject will bo his address delivered before the state coBVSntlofi at OweMtoro September 19 HVenlng WbJ H The Preparation W the World for the Coming of Chrjt TENTH STitEFar T1ie Rev I C D Wyalt pastor jIltho aehool at 030- a m Preaching to this pastor nt 1046 a m and 7D p m Morn Ing subject POlpwslon In ChrltO Nome BvenliiRi subject Plcttte Makl- e1rtlliallst+RROADWAY Jtellev O T 8u llvatv pastor liriirfaj Boliool at 9 MI a m Preaching ifo 46 a m Sub tort Pauls JoutrtW to Rom and Its SiRBlflrancqi Ji 0of mom bars will be roee1IQitatl time ei ese or the service EfiWorlh Iea iif mwi it jJp in Ajt 7Wr II u tier will be a rally jsrlf of laymen and the bible IuSfllWrea l11 Imi VllllQin Marblel fn suhjit will b Moies the imperial Li a 51 The public IItcqftllnUy lnlt 1 to ir prewont 8p olal1 umU0 at both MIV celt FOUNTAIN t tEN Hs + Tho Rrv r 1 i COMPARE THE TICKETSI JlIUtlCItTIO O1TV rIClctfI ALI KKMKV wholesale clothier U Fy1hnrrett Initeher J li Potter rellreUt It O Davie tinsmith OonrgQAForeman Third Wnnl Pat V Irfilly grneerc Fourth wprtl I K Hoof Krorrr Fifth Ward O K 1Iradf Jot druggist uxtlttvard J d Purify JrUOIIK tcrii Iw harass vrucrr short term HCIIHOL TRUSTIIISFirst word U J Pelt IriiKKlHl Heeund ward A M Hose tearlirr third irtirJ Ur It n Winston or F 1 It May Inmirunrt Fourth ward Mllui Stewart curiicn tr long tTtnl J T Ienke prhier- short irmi Fifth war T II urr Insurance flung term Dr V H Par Dana short tprtn Sixth ward K U VimdrugglatUnder Indictment George W Dank pastor Sunday school at 930 a m Pfoathlng by the pastor at 11 I m Sttbjptt of sermon Sowing and Reaping thetactorTHIRD STRHBT Tho Rev J II Pearson pastor lrcaohl j it 11 and 7W Someday wihoel at usual hourLITTLE OHAPBL lrNoIIlnt- at 3 p m by UM Rev 4II Ponreoa 0 Presbytcrlan- CiMI1KRIdtNDTko I Ilev D W Fooka pester Servico Sunday at II and tM Christian Kmleavor at CM aqkjwt Tbe Seam of Iftp plnocv MornlMe sermon MJMUI Only Matt XVII 8 If1oMlerl Kr mon Faith and Feree Sam XVII iLI fmnn 11ev H W IturwaU partor 8un4ar sebeel at 9M a rn Preaching by the peeler at IOti a- in and 730 p m- KKSTUCKT AVMVUH the Iter- H U LaHdl pastor Sunday ctool at 9M a nt Prwelilng at 5011 a m Subject Spine Aml3- 8n lro1lewf CoufcontlnR the a oflrllleRDOBBOM Voting poaple of the cavreti will meet at 090 tp m to or issue Mclotjr Cordial welcome extended to the public Orminn UNITY HVANOBLIOAL The lien H 11 WlMMh pastortsain taT Jol 930 a m On ens vUOa H te4a a m PftneWng In MndUb at 730 p m Subject of Mr JMIn Pievexttves- d IRTbe VIne WNMam- lrothela inter Mwtay tctoot i Tft a m lesson servteea 1OU i m Preach at St Matthews rJiuril In county at 3 p m Httgllth ttrvkva at 7M5 i m SukjMt of lortnon The nv nilon of the Jailer Church Xojt The protracted moling nt the Pint Cbrlatian efcurca elopedl tam evening with a syVndlJ sermon on the ciilijet t of Repfiiunc by the Rev Mr CallflIlIrn of Mayfield Ho retyrnfd home lid helllJ1l The total number of atHironi to the How Easy You Feel when you bhve money in the bank There lIs n wonderful strength and grout HBtlNfartlon of mind in in bank account when you know absolutely you have mnnty for a rainy day If you are ono that tines not have a bank account you rant Imagine what poace of mind and content ment you are missing midt now lto open an account You will Minnie us later for till suggtunion THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Will lio Pleased to Have Your Account CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS 215000 1woro1 lucky Avenue Presbyterian church I are naked to meet at 630 Ip m Sun day to organize n society f The Dodd society of the First DapII lIOUttIln t I the Tho German Willing EvangoHcnl church tlfII meet Thursday afternoon at 31 oclock with Mta Ella Wohl North Fourth street Tho Ramsey society of the Uroad way Methodist church will meet Mon day afternoon at 3 oclock nt the church TO SHITflLAND IIODV to DR I I IIUIKV IS TAKIIN Popular Young IhnlUt llurliMl In tViiiilcry ill Vnllvo Town Accompanied by a score of frtonds and hid relative the body ot Dr Frank lF Duloy the dentist who did at 2 ocloekyot rday afternoon was taken to his oW homo at SmlthMnd at 12X oclock this afternoon on time packet boat Ohio whKh Pae chartered The funeral was held qt t oclock at the homo of hilt father Dr II 11 Dulay tho Rev Willis lterce Ipastor of tho Baptist ohuroh ometattng Durlal was in the Bmhh land seraoiorjr Tho Ohio will return at G oclock this evening lying ever nt smlthland UBtll after the funeral Tlio IIIII- llOlrer Wen Dm Q B Froag J V Vorle Ml MI ClWre i and Mown win R Hotxlrick llaynot DOha and Tom Senders Dr DuUyc death was sudden and a shock to his friends He suffered ia aevsre hemorrhage of the stomach last Tuesday and at time time ho was baroljr mv d from bleeding to death Ho had bun weak and delirious alM and never lulll regained con BcJonaaon He kCtt better rot r df morning titan uwal but died I upon awftkoBtog HU fancily wa atI his bedside at the end im death earned1 armI oat of Is ducah mot tnieMtaful deRii U Dr Dutojr was born IDoeombw St 187t at SmUhlaKd where ho received nj roBtmoB wheel ediiaallen After fin lafalng his sutdles he de Wed to pro pare himself fir a phartaaest sad worked IIE a drat afore at kit home lows for n short time Lsir lie ptih ufielbiaSllaawlrMMOhio college f Distall Jtargory II- ICtu IK tram whisk he wu grid I Itlil lie tben oen 1 I0- Psdeeai and Unlit ap a kuw 6 peas tree He pee regarded as one ef the beet local UeatUU lie wall a morn bar of the Southwestern KowtnoVy Uotttatl aModattan which was recent ly orKaErized but betoagpd to po lodge lie beeamo a member of the lApleeopal ebiir h wife atlendfeg toilette at Cincinnati Dr Dual was quiet and unanurolnc and team a bMt of frlomJf Ha was remembered by many lieautUtil floral tribute- S rvtvlng Ulfii arc bU father Dr U II Duley of SmUatand one brother Dr H H Dulojr Jr of 141 4tr h and two elMcrt MM Uen Pierce and Mrs Illla DIIIM both of SmlthkndAm those who naeampa fo l tho body wets Attorney J n Oregon Attorney C 0 OrMHHain Cido D vlt Sam Aboil Mr and Mrs David Dunn Mr and Mrs Joha K Hewlrtck Mr anti Mrs Lacy IHIIIII- II l H McGwire Dr M M Cooley and others Mr J It Mom of Numb Blttb Ilrael IIs III of nUllarIRI tr RIN G i The Weathr + F Iur Imillmh moil llIlIltrHnlno mill roldctl l tar- Light oll uv M Ity lfiirliifi Sunday fair IYinpmituii Lills lIt htt l l u t dII1 I r 0 is the prito of BOIIIO strikingly BIG Ovureout 1ithlo9t c 200 and 3000 is the ttugt on mighty good Ovow cents And for 8500 and 1000 well eqwo BOO Tlici Jiiov roIS inqi now gltyr Jltiiillt Iqiw Ml nthor thug tnixtunw art till oloveront iwltoiiitjur many lays AnI IJUIC wOol iiandnoincly tailorod- Tho t stylo m0 VEUY attractive Samt are tIn ntW iwUonthronult inOYIrl1rrUYifva 141t41 yyyfpADWAY e- Q itlurlis70tAtm 1 1 Ovdroout for mon wlij want eoiworvnilvt atf1tr aio roll roimstoutwl stookItw pr1 era J very lltIt8atiS01 i 106 4 Warn known iw WlV tWill If the Overran 1 toMI l j Ducrmuil 1Ht 11D8OM1I R J 0 r QUAL1TV MAKK MURK rOYSPICt TITAN 10 MU MAUK IIN urll KIIOHH- TJintn w our aimsto put quality first mill yet1 ninliidilii IO MMIMIIO price ami youll agree lint wo Mirrinl ii tmlrul ly whets you seethe t new Full Line of Klioirn for time whole fiimlly Tlio lirnt IIhllOj Ainrrlrn produces lire shown lirn iiinnjr of llicin lActiiwively COCK RAN SNOB COMPANY325 BROADWAY R F P A I I Ii lu OY Jn our OlS hero 1E1 A N G J R V I N G I M Our repair and engraving department is second to none in the StateTRY IT SATURDAY + NOVEMBER B 7 THE PADUOAH EVENING SUN PAGE rIVE jllrs No purchase to demands confidence ay the purchase of Furs They may look beautiful and to you seem the best and still be entire ly void of quality Give us your confidence We guarantee every Fur we sell to be abio liitclyas represented and stand behind them during the wearing They must give you satisfaction or we make good We arc now showing an immense assortment of x f J Ji17tQualitiesi And Styles III Prices Conservative for i jQuality in sets or single PiecesI I sit 9l11dlSI THE LOCAL iiwsj GET IT AT GILllKRTS Dr Gilbert Osteopath C42 Hroadway Ilionrs 196 Rubber manure seals brass ktanoIlK etc at Tho Sun office Dalton Dyo Works have moved to 114 South Fifth street Free city and farm real estato price lIt Whlttcmoro Fraternity building Phones 83C Sign writing G It Sexton Phones 401- Ualton Dye Works havo moved to 114 South Fifth street Wo serve Booths oysters day and night Uuchanans restaurant 219 Kentucky avenue Thli years crop of Fall Bulbs i direct from Holland now on sale at Brunt iua 529 roadway Sunny Hollow SUIT Homo hWioy 50 runts per quart Dledcr will UlBtllllng Co 111 North Third rtreflt All members of tho First Irett liylorlan church who havo articles j to rontrlbuto to tho Needlework Guild for tho Home of Frtomllet r to toad them In toI U ItontuckIIVRUoIntII lrusahyterlah chI rnlt 1 Mre1 0 V iloijortion 911 t dillocatIInerlso ions attE anJIdrlupll tree Injury Mrs liobjrtson was resting winy today Mrs Flam Chlldn of Maxon Mllti IIs 111 of Congestion or tho stomach fIrffI Mill IIs suffering with lumbago Harry Floyd the young star plUhcr of the IndlAMI continues his good work and won the champion ship for hit homo trans at CllttonII 11111tileI bright rtflr and hU tram won an wtar victory In the final gamo aI I ktmnnan Frank Floyd started tho gqme and It was news ary for Harry tn HHtor the box lie hurled us InII the Kitty loaguo and pulled tho game out of tho nroIThree shots wore flroil last night on South Sixth street between Tow njMH and JQIJIS trots nt ir1 15 4dCX1 Sievorai cdtlsope xror rln thoi V liKtfI At MV9 these and look ml for hip CAIIM NoboAt ron nnd no roo- tlbrtl wets nmdo to Hit police unto to doy All tlekptt for the Loulxo Schnell ihmlit coocert can be reiervcd at h Fite 11TtlcJly lodav and Monday n I 1 HOT DRINKS Piping Hot Drinks And how delicious they urn wlicMi the Uiormonio tor hovers round the liot tloin nnd yon nro chilled tliron h nnd through loresI n little glimpse or till omitting menu r Hot Ohocolato Tomato Bouillon i Hot Malted Clam Hot Malted Milk Hot Beef TenI4 nnd several Inters quite Ihl appetizing Try them tOllllGILBERTS GILBERTSDrug Fourth end Broadway Hoti Pbon 77 OUT IT AT aiLRKRT8 u Your Old Friend is Here Agai- nSOULES BALM- For the Sk- in25c Made IJy etIJitMC lriiKKlt Bth nUll Itromlvvuy MeastircmenU have been taken for Imrncts for Lady Carter and Iva Muy tho two bloodhound trailers which arrived yesterday I ftornoon train Lexington Tho dogs ire safe and comfortably housed In Iho attic of the city hall Yesterday tfternoon and today a largo number IC people wore allowed to neo thorn At the Schnellschtnldt concert Monday Right at the Kentucky thea or the prices for tho balcony will bo- first five rows 74 cents balance COc It U hoped nil lovoif of music willI at end thlH concert + Tout Crane n ship caulker or hOb South Firth street sustained a fncturv of the nose yesterday afternoon at tho marine ways First and Washington street when lie Was iccldcntally struck with a heavy hammer by Reuben Yates who was riving n spike Tho bridge or his inse was crushed Ho was removed to his homo and Dr O R Kldd was iftlled Ho will be ort duty for several days Horn to Mr and Mm Edgar Inmllton RIO North Seventh street 1I fine girl baby A II Harrlron a wolf known llhouetio artk will bo In Paducah ginning Monday at MoPhorsorVa rug itoro In tho Palmer louse Hie fork wilt be dons In tho show win low and ho lIs one of tho most proflc lent In his line Ho cuts figures from hack iiapor and tho outline Is patted In a white pot cardtMr Oarlton Council of Jlrido- Itroet who In UI of malarial lover- S Improving slowly The Ladles LnJon Mtiot league rill have a called mooting Monday afternoon ai 230 odock at the Central lAbor hall All members are oqucsted to bo present Mrs Joseph 1K Pother li lit at her home On Xorth Fourth treat All members of the Matinee Uuilcal club are requested to report on sale of tickets for tho concert on Monday afternoon at tho Womans club house v Mn MI 0 Cope of Fourteenth ireot and Hroadwny underwent A borillItal I DR HOWELjDENTIST SEASONABLE Hock Iljo amid Hooey Cost liiniiiil speedily rollovcs that annoying early season cough and cold Price nile anil 100 AXD Malarial INmlc Capsules aro guaranteed to break up any case of chills They dont mako you sick like tho sweet syrups do They are splendid appetizers Price flOc Per Hot Je D BACON Druggist Seventh mid Jackson Streets Roth Phones 2I7 1L rrIN SOCIAL CIRCLES Mr J W Aker 403 South Ninth TlIlsa1OklabusinessMrs Fleming and daughter Miss Mary Fleming of Ulrdsvlllu wore In Paducah yesterday Mr and Mrs J 8 Tomllnson and ovll were In the city yesterday Davis loft last night for KVausvflle where ho was called by thjB lilncss of his wife who Is sorloiAtly 11- 1MrVlL 11 Morris rctunfcd to Mur ray last night after a trip on bushl ness Mrs J 13 Arnold and little son 1234 South Seventh street left this morning for Pcrryvlllo Tonn on a visit to relatives Mr J D King special agent of tho Illinois Central U in the city on bud ness Mr Will Thomas will visit friends In Cairo tomorrow Mr O MI Thomas left last night for Mayfield on business Mies Lucllo Lamb of Porte Tenn- Is the guest of Mra Harry McElwee of Mark street Mrs Joseph W Miller of St Louis Is tho guest of Mr and Mrs John T Donovan of Jefferson etrcct Mrs Miller was formerly Mlr Ida Fane and has vlnltyd in Paducah frequent lyI and has manjMrtendB l5tho city Mr John Ilocr of Carbondale 111 Is visiting tends and relatives In the city Prof and Mrs Herman L Dono van arrived from Wlckllffo this morn Ing and will visit friends In tho city until tomorrow evening Mr and Mrs T A Gresham have returned from Birlow where they have been rvsldlnp Mini Ida Eaton Is visiting Mrs W C Waggoner of Princeton Attorney Johns M Moore of tta Center was n tho city today on busI neti Attorney W M1 Olvor returned Ihta morning from Owvnton nnd Louisville after a trip on butlnfrss Mr A Odcll of Evantvllic an in surance adjuster Is In tho city oh buslnoB Attorney James P Campbell Sr will leave this evening for Helena Ark on Lushness Mr Charles Robertson left last tight for Jacksonville Fla Captain Mike Wllllamt mipcrln tondent of the Padiicah Marino Rail way company IIs In St Louis Mrs Jamc lack of Torro Haute Ind It visiting her father Mr J W MrKnight and Aster Mrs MI U Cope Mr Irvin Potter a young huxlnriu man will leave next Saturday for St Louis on liunlncss Miss Rernlce Mouser of Florence Station Is visiting tho Misses Bass of Hroadwny City Attorney Arthur y Martin hall gono to Georgia on business Maw Virginia Wallace of Hopkimv rlllo is tho guest of Irs IL II Kllvlo nnd MtesI Pnnnle Woolfollr iZl Rrondway Mrs 11 T Stratton of Springfield Ten II Is visiting hor elrter Mrs Pat JBrlen 1001 Jefforroii street Mrl W IL Flno hribor of Davon wrt la with hor two llttto Eons ivJll arrive Sunday evening to visit her parents Mr and Mrs 11 Wallop toln 30C North Seventh street Miss Illioa Lynn of Bardwoll tins irroplnd a position lit thu Racket Store IhrdN Filed Agnes and T C leech to Ih WI laruoltran property on the wait IiIdo- 10C Fountain avenue 5000- J UThpmas to J II Mahls prop rty In tho county 1000 J R Stewart to E A Luttrcll rojwjrly on the Clinton road 3S50 Iticlc Siunb ioiilil Dies I Tiltton Ariz Nov riWnlS- mith a native of Now York pined 118 an impersonator of the character of Uncle Sam from h s remarkable Ikejuws to cartoons died In a boa today aged 91t Postcard pie 1IIItal of Smith aro everywhere In the Southwest PIT Till IROCHR Wire Miido till Suggestion A grocer has excellent opportunity to know the effects of special foods 011 his customers A Cleveland grocer has n long list of customers that lavo been helped In health by leav ng off coffee and using Ioatum- Ho says regarding his own ex icrlonco Two years ago 1 had been drink W coffee and must say that I was ilinost wrecked In my nerves Particularly In tho morning I was DO irritable and upset that I ouid hardly wRIt until tho coffee was served and then I had no appo tltu for breakfast and did not feel Ikcjattendlng to my storo duties One day my wife suggested that Inasmuch as 1 was selling so much IoHtum there must be some merit In It and suggested that wo try It I took homo a package nnd she pre pared It according to directions The result was a very happy one My nervousness gradually disap seared and today I am all right I would advise everyone affected In any way with nervousness or stem ach troubles to leave off coffee and use Postuni Theres n Reason Read The toad to Wcllvillo in pkgs 1Jvir ivail the uliovo letter A new bile appears from time to Ilinn They ire Kiiiiilni IIrno and full of human InlcrcM I A WOMANM APPIUL To nil knowing niflrririi of rhcumn tlHin whether muscular or of tho Joints sciatica IUIDI ago bnrkarlic Milni In the kidneys or neuralgia pains to wrlto to her for a home treat ment whlrh has ropcatrdly cured nil or these tortures Him tfls It her duty to send It to all suRerers KIlKli You euro youmclf at home nn thousnniln will Icntlfy no change of cllmuto being nercKinry This simple discovery tinnlMir uric acid from tho blood loosens the dtirfened Joints purlllea the blood and brlRlitpn the ryes giv- Ing Ioat city and lone to the whole system If the ahoy Interests you for proof nddrmK Mrs M Summer liox n Ron I h nand Ind GRAFT CHARGES IUS JLrrlolot1TVl CAM OHMA OltAXD JlllY HICPOHTS lliKctl flint CtiiciriiH That Fur iiUhwl Jiulldliif Iliul U i Iuy yulierth ors San Francisco Nov riPollow ing a prolonged scatIon of the grand jury InvcsUsatins charge of graft in tho San Mateo county board of supervisors Indictments wero returned against four of tho amused officials Supervisor D E Blackburn was in Meted for accepting a bribe The formal chafgo placed against Supervisors Carl Coburn and Joncph lo Douettl and Jospph Fmnole n rormer Kjupcrjlsojr was ronsplraey to xtort The IL S Colk1r company jf this city which su implied the turn strings of the now San Mateo county sourthoinc out of which the mtI charges grew were examined by the rand jury tlm vrlncrpal witness be1 IIJ1g Charles MarshallI falesmah 1 1I0dc 4ardhOCQbnd paid 25 per rent of thotbntract to some of tho upervlEors for voting in favor of I spa bpd Charles II Crocker a member of I tho firm told tho Inquirllorlal body I lint he had boon entirely Ignorant of I the alleged bribing of the San Mateo I fflclal Ho enld the suggestion otI nth a courto had been made by t ilarrhall but IIt lunar been Immediate I y rejected IdXIi Sj cc ly and Iisrt lhtIr VLI Indicates the action of lroleyII UJncy Pills as S Parsons IJattle reek Mich illustrates I have eeen afflicted with a pvcro cam of f cldney and bladder trouble for which I found no iQltef until I used Foley enItlrolI rouhlcd with backaches act icvero J hooting piiiusVllh annoying urinary rrcguterltles The steady use of oley Kidney JlIIs rd mo entirety t 1 of all my formor4troubles They aye my hlsbctt illltorta drug rqpmlllendatlonI NOTICE The grocery and rat 10011 business conducted corIIUlraducah Ky has tote day by mutual 1 OiMont been dissolved Mr Yopp I will continuo to conduct said bUEII n es and assume alj Indebtedness of firm and collect nil outstanding- ecounts t Mr Lebel retiring from tbe firm This November 3rd Signed 0 R YOPP C G LE1IJEL Notice Ml members of Mt Zion lodge ore cquostcd to attend a meeting 0II light to arrange for time funeral orII Irothur John GroganII JOHN W MORTON W Mjj VAN J DAVIS SeeIGOODIES VOlt YOU JnrlII IX XKW NUTS OK A Mi KINDS INKST APPLIES lV TOWS NEIL stet SMYRNA KIOS WALNUT ATIW VAIKXCIA OUAXOKS 5HAPH KltriT TODAY XUI tlALAHA CIIAPKS ANT mST IoI Ilia FINKI IFAT ItAIiTLMdltK SE MXT OYSTERS emu TODAY loOms CAPORAL NEXT DOOR v07Y TIHIATKR ItecoKiiltloil f tnlou Deiuandoil New York Nov riTho quarrel between six transcontinental express inmpanles and their employes In tho nctropolltan district sidled rather I illndlyI Into an Impasse The men received assurances from tho state board of mediators tluitI theIr grievances would be favorably stoned to if they would consent to orcgo their demand for recognition of tho rfnlon tho International Jrothorhood df Teamsters At amass meeting the mon unanimously solved that they will stay out until ho union Is recognized Daniel J Tobin president of tho Brotherhood Intimated that If tho tatters did not soon dear ho might tkomuiond a general strike of alt tho teamsters of the country about 170000 men Odd Follows Kiitcrtnln Members of the Inglosldo lodge of 3dd Fellows entertained last night with n fellowship meeting and ban juot nt the Three Links building V largo attendance was presort hr lulling several county and city odl lnls and addresses were delivered V delightful banquet was served ly Iin Anti Wreck Troy N Y Nov 5Juhn A- Dlx DoniocratU candidate for gov irnor eiv rout from Now Albany to light flgurel in IIn automobile afJll- ldellt l t when his machine ran Into n suet excavation The machlno was bn lly damaged Dlx and party scaped with only a severe ehak iiB up a xeg j5 jrTtrlYrw TrTliv 4rTiLaoLiTYr KVKRYTIIIXa GOOD Good leather good laces good linings good boxes good fnc I Ings good thread good coun Iera good hooks and eyes good workinaiiBhlp good sales man good store good styles I good shoo values THATS ROCKS WAY OEU ROCK SHOE CO 1 321 Broadway on NEWS OF COURTS I y CourtlEj J E Sullivan and T Jj Murphy iwners of the Listerino soap factory arojIndobledt alleges that a contract was made hat bo was to bo employed at ia salary of JGO a month for nille months but only f 9 salary Imo been laid Ho sues to recover 139 which Is alleged due In Police Court Disorderly houseDora Hlanchct mid Jennie Leach fined 21i each on motion of prosecuting attorney Car- ryIng concealed a deadly weapon Vudy McGuire dismissed Mallcloui hooting nrliybundlntrvlth lutes to kill Jolm aCrlcqrcountsjxamlnatfon waved and recognized lo appear before grand jury Mall woundingwilliixamiuation waived and ball fixed lit COO Paducah Ky Octuncr 14 1910 fhls certifies that I have been sell ig Halls Texas Wonder for six cars and recommend It to the pub Ie to bo tho best Kidney Dladde nd Rheumatic Remedy thai I hay vcr sold Sixty days treatment ir flOO J M Oehlschlaeger Dccilii Kiloil R W Allen to G W Leo prop irty on Twentysecond street bei ween Trlmblo and Krugcr streets 100 vou noNt iiin TO WAIT very dose makes you feel better Lax rightoldeveryhereTiOODIKS IOU YOU JUST X XKW NUTS OF ALL KINDS IIXKST APPLES IX TOWX XKW HOP SMYRNA FIGS WALXUT ATRH1rLENCht ORAX2KS iRAPU FRUIT TOKAY AXI1 lAljAUA GRAPES AXD 1JKST OF 11 FINE TAT BALTIMORE SK ixrr OYSTERS COME TODAY XUIS lOAIORAb NEXT DOOII kOY TIIKATKR Sanitary Inspectors Galther and hats are fumigating tho McKinley ihool building Mcchanlcsburg to Jny to prevent any spread of diph merle among the pupils I IIAVE In my possession a white Ind tan stray bird dog filth block LUd chain Will Hayns SOG Wash eEIYPOE lion by young ady as bookkeeper or place In office ddrcss lit care Sun COMING TUFLOit1DATheo- mt miss tutu opportunity to visit liu Sid wood Farms the nowest and R8t colony SIdwood Farms thirty coIl11IngJtlanlllcivcr on the other Florida East least railway through center roil- Ing fertile soil climate unexcelled car round Ideal winter home do Ightful bathing best social condl lions greatest farming opportunity 30 per acre easy terms values in reusing daily Write for booklet Ion da Homcseekers Corporation aclisonvllle Flori- daTYPEWRITERS REPAIREDCull 838r TYPKWRITKR RIRROXS SECOND HANI TYPE WRITERS FOR SALK EYE SEE JEWELRY OPTICAL CO 323 Broadway You Can Cure T- hatCOLD If you take Llstw La Grippe CnpKiilos Get a Box Today 25cI PRIPAHIDI ONLY I- IYLISTS Phones illS 0 J WANT ADS M 1 n M V DIAMONDS on easy payments Eye See Jewelry Co 315 Broadway VISIT tho Market restaurant 13 South Second 9181ClayFOR SAMEirry stove wood 11111 Karncs Brick Yard Phone 1233r WANTED Position by good stenographer C M care of The Sun HAIR WORK Phono 711a Mat tio Dawson I FORRKNT Nicely furnished room suitable for two 61C N Ill WANTED4foot wood 100 cords per month Johnston Fuel Co FOR RENT Furnished rooms with board 927 Broadway FOR RENT Furnished room 408 Washington I CARPENTER WORK Now and repairs promptly done Old phon I1H53 TWO OR THREE furnished room for light housekeeping at 1111 Mon roe FOR RENT Flats Seventh and Broadway Steam heat Old I hone 1218a FOR RENT Dwelling at 23 North Seventh Call old phone 316 for appointment to Inspect FOR RENT Dwelling at 223 North Ninth Call old phono 73S for appointment to Inspect LOST Short horn male Durham deep red about 1 year old RIni 1349 old Reward PRESS FEEDERS wanted ale or female Apply Chas M Leaks Co printers 127129 Broadway Bh THEM ALL on prices SolThirdFOR RENT=Apartment In Slats COS North Sixth street Oeo Raw lelghWANTEDou to bear In mint that Bradley Bros aro solo agents for Old Taylor Coal UMBRELLAS covered whllo you walt Eye See Jewelry Co 315323 DroadwayII noon and evenings Call Buchanans restaurant Old phone 420 Netr 427 YOUSAVE time ana money when you cat your lunch at the Market restaurant 123 South Second C W Page Manager I FOR RENT Seveit room house S E corner llth and Monroe Sts Has furnace anti all modern convent ences F M Fisher- sYOUR LACti c need clean ing You will make n mistake In sending them to the Star Laundry Phone ZOO WE WASH lace curtains very rue fully Get them clfi ner and whiter than you could at home Star Laundry Phone 200 8 H HOSTEN Dyeing pressing renovating French dry cleaning Work called for and delivered Club iOO per month Old phone 338a WANTEDYou to give Old Tay lor Coal a trial We guarantee to pleaso you Bradley Bros 339 both phone- s1VANTEbTo furnish your um brella with a new cover or handle W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad way 1AGON YARD n5 South Thin next to Terrell salo table Wo can take care or your teams and give you best or service Give us a trial O Harrell and C J Atwood RAILROAD aratlclerks wanted Paducah examinations November 12 Preparation free Franklin Institute Dopt 80 Y Rochester N YDR DORANS Queen root cordial positively tho best blood remedy Fine for women Compounded only by Dr Ulysses Doran 133 North Third OM phono 102Sa Paducah Ky WANTEDHats to clean Gents sulta pressed 40c Suits steals cleaned or dry cleaned from J12 to 150 French Cleaning and Pressing Co 113 South Fourth street New phone 480 LbT US DO YOUR moving with our van the largest In tho city In dependent Ice and Coal Co H T JYoRoI Manager Both phones 154 Tenth and Madison WANTED At once experienced carpenter for forming etc on City National Bank building Fourth and Broadway Apply to W H John stan Superintendent WE STARCH lace curtains Just the degree of stiffness that makes them hang nicely and dry them upon frames that make them square and Stretch thsm smooth and even Star Laundry Phone 200 WANTED You to remember when placing your order for coal that Old Taylor Coal Is by test the best and at the same price of the other Interior coals sold on the Pa iliicah market IADnSIearn hairdressing Its easy Good fluid for our graduates Our scholarship Includes tools in structions demonstrations examina ions and diplomas Positions wait- Ing Six trades taught thoroughly In few weeeks Catalogue mailed free dolor College St Louis Mo FOR SALEA farm of twenty four acres three and a half stubs from town for cash or easy pay ments a bargain One acre or cher ries one and halt grapes live of apes and all kinds of other fruits Harry OiA 1440 Trlmblo rlilR Old phnno 703 Paducah Ky es I-f For Polite- Correspondence Wo owes eonio beautiful Faliric Finish Papers by tllo box or pound Our special brands ere nil that cull be desired at a wry loW pric- eD I E WILSON The hook and Music Mane 1 I IlOR SALETwo nice cottager bargain C W Hahn 518 Broadwa LOST One bald lacoKtuarc Call 897 now phone HAIR WORK Ada 1ullcn GO 5 South Eighth Old phono 200C I WANTED Cook and two hot no I girls None other than rellnblu women need aptly 2 1C S 3d St- WANTEDTo buy a good sccordI hand safe KaUerjotm Dalby 03 Broadway I IFOil KENT Worenouto Klnlh and Harrison on private switch Old phono 1218a 1 1ORSALESet of blacksmith tools also rubber tire machine cheepI Address E care Su- n1onSLEHlloldat Cl o cheap one mahogany washstand table clock and ornaments 223 Norti Ninth Old phone 738 I VANTED to8 horsepower slnglo cylinder stationary engine In good condition Kentucky Auto and Machine Co Sixth and Jefferson OARWOODS VIOLET CHEWING CUMAlta peppermint A mort de licious gum highly perfumed Put up In q tin box a square box too Everywhere on the quarerieI FOILSALE Partof famous Taft ranch In Texas gulf coast country Soil oMmato location shipping fa cilities unexcelled Twenty acres up Very reasonable terms easy Writa Box 40 Cincinnati Ohi- oWANTEDImmediately ladles to t prepare for coming Departmental Internal Revenue and Customs Guy ernment Clerical Examinations Sal ary about 1200 Write for Free Scholarship offer Ozmcnt 40C St Louis 1WOItK FOR A GOOD MAN wuo has a horse Are you a grind to llcltor or do you think you are- Maybe you have never Wed It Anyway If you havo your own burro anIi buggy and should tlike to do onto very vleaauvl and ifbfltablo BtflrRi Ing In this county durTqg the winter months address PRdFmtiLBI caw The Sun FOR RENT The dining kitchen and serving rooms lavatory and toilet In the Ellis apartments Ninth and Jefferson streets Steam heated hot and cold water Can scat CO I guests at a time Only those with i experience that will furnish good food and a clean service desired Address with reference W C Ellis Paducah Ky BODIED MEN WANTED For the U S Marino Corps between the ages of 19 and 3D Must bo native born or have first papers Monthly pay 15 to J69 Additional compensation possible Food cloth I ing quarters and medical attendance free After 30 years service can re I tire with 7fi per cent of pay and al lowances Service on board ship tad ashore in nil parts of the world Apply at U S Marine Corps Recruit log Office postofllco building ladu cah Ky- LAND AGENTS To sell an ex ceptionally meritorious proposition on liberal commission In the Flow Ing Artesian Belt of Southwest Texas Best advertised section In the state Texas Land Co 41314 Praetorian Illdg Dallas Tex- SALESMENLtving outside of Paducah The most highly rated and best known firm In America selling groceries by sample to largo consumers has an original plot to offer a few reliable Industrious salesmen In every state enabling them to quickly establish a perma nent business of their own yielding a fine Income Goods sold subject five days trial No Investment for samples or otherwise Commissions advanced semimonthly suttlcmenta experience unnecessary Salesman now engaged In a similar line should investigate this References required John Sexton Co Importers and wholesale grocers Lake and Frank r lin Sts Chicagoe Miss ffladaline Dair Of the KlnK System New Yo- rkMANICURIST PALMER HOUSE ItARRUR Shot 0 Now is the Time To Have Those Inll niiil Winter Cariiicnts Dyed or Cleaned Bring us your Plumes Hats Suit Skirts Waists Etc We will rest t thom to their former brlghtn- tssDEMER1S Model Steam D e Worlds 100 South Third Street Old Phone 286R New Phone 8r et e u rrRM a r + wkaaa+ vN + s Av + i4rveT+ 2 wt PAGE SIX r THE PADUOAH EVENING SUN1j4tTL11111Y NOViMUUU 3 4j1 I 4 re- Revolution in baking methods which gave the world Uneeda Biscuit also resulted in a I lie- I 2aPackage sold in bulk ttlltNever 1 be 1 J t tLearning to Cook For goodness sakos John how long did you boll thc o eggs Just as long as you told mo to my dear n Impossible Theyre hard as bricksI boiled them Just 12 minutes Twelve Why I told you that three minutes was long enough for an egg Yes dearbut I boiled four of them Cleveland Leader I Rlyft Cream Balm has been tried nnd not found wanting In thqueand of homes all over tho country It lias won a place in the family medl clno closet among tho reliable household remedies where it Is kept at band for use In treating cold in The head just aa soon AS Como member of the household begins tho prelim Inary sneezing of muffling It gives immediate relief and a day or twos treatment will put a stop to a cold l which might If not checked become chronic and run into a bad caso of catarrh Dog collars of ono two or three strands ot jet ore seen with black gowns WormCascarct one when the doctor was treating him for cancer panedkand In three day be paRed a tapeworm 45 net MillenburglMupblu thmbtneficlaforbloodChaaIteattnt Palatable Potent Taste Good Do Good Noyer lckea Weaken or Grips Ik2Sc Sec Near sold la bulk Tae enn tae tablet tamped C C C Ouaracteed to Tiro or yourmoney back 921 Birf G The remedy for Wwi folds BIT Ferer and imkmvutbm Irtlutlom- M I I u l eont4u o nl l mueoat mom I bnaekulawnldidugethorttawe Sold by Dracclst apmaOfaurthr ob ksrrr1fok et w RQYnI Tu Tau 6tk11 fa- e R Stinkard rtnerff fcr CIMt CunningsIli pet and Dladder Troubles GRAY HAIRS Tho old Idea of using sago for darken Ins tho hair Is again coming In vogue Our grandmothers used to have dirk glossy hair at the age of wcntyfive while our mothers have white hair before thry are fifty Our grandmothers used to wake a sage tea and apply it to theIr hair The tea made their hair soft and flossy and gradually restored the natural color Ono objection to usIng such a preparation was the trouble bt nakln It especially as It bad to be made every two or three days on account of it souring quickly This objection 1awe been overcome and by asking almost noy frdtelass druggist for ICyethsSag e end S lplrar the public can get a su I preparation of MW with the ad mixture of sulphur another valuable rem edy for Lair and scalp troubles Dally uw of this preparation will not only jdictly Store tho color of the hair but vill a4e Step the hair from falling out nod nuke It prow It is roId by all drurgls for 50a and 5100a bottle or h scat dlret by fun AWtb CIr nleal Coarpaoj 74 Tortlandf St New York Chr rlen jwft of nri n For Tale and rtcommtidcd by W qt 011bcn1eStLd9 Revelation in soda cracker quality You realize this the moment you open the purple package and find soda crackers so tempting and good that they cannot resisted III S BANISHED Iperlor royal Uneeda BiscuitNATIONAL BISCUITCOMPANY t l RIVER NEWS TTTTTT River Stages Pittsburgh 48 OC TkO Cincinnati 54 09 rise LoulEvlllo 72 01 fall Evanivflle 33 01 rise Mt Vornoni 31 01 faH Mt Carmel 28 01 fall Nashville 74 hO std Florence 02 OO std JolmsonvIUe 11 01 fall Cairo CI QU fall St Louis 23 01 fail PAducah 28 00 std Durnsidc 04 oQ std Carthage M 88 00 std c River Forecast Tho Ohio here will remain about on a stand for the next 24 hours I Todays Arrivals Ohio Golconda George Cowling Metropolis J T Reedcr Cairo Robertson Owens landing Brook port and Livingston Point Todays Departures Ohio Golconda Cowling lIetropolls- RobertsonOwens landing Brook port and Livingston Point Denton Tennessee Bob Dudley Evansville Kentucky Waterloo Ala lllvcr ItlpplcM Gauge at 7 a m read approximately 28 feet showing a stand since yesterday Weather cloudy and coldCaptain Robert D Crider master of the Bob Dudley now plying tho PaducahEvansville trade loft today for his homo at luka Ky for a visit Captain Frank White is in command of tho Dudley Arriving from Kvansvlllo at 7 DUdleYlleCtdifficulty on account of low water Low water may compel tho John L Lowry to withdraw from the Evansvlllp trade She Is towing a covered barge on which most of her freight is stored She is duo back Monday The Kentucky after receiving freight at tho whnrfboat will leave at G oelpck this evening for River ton Ala She will return next ThursdayTho Is duo out of the Tennessee river Monday night and sIdayI Capt E Await went to Smlthland today in tho Cutaway II for a log MarIshalrick boat which has been working at the wreck of the sunken steamer Walter Nccdhain at Brookport came over last night for coal and stores Tho Mary Anderson returned yes terday from Cascyvlllo Tho Ohio loft for Golconda at 230 oclock today and will return tonight or tomorrow to go on tho merino ways There will be no regu lar Golconda packet next week Tho Georgo Cowling made her two regular trips between Metrop olis and Paducah on time today Tho ferryboat G W Robertson will lie over hero tomorrow to clean boilers having called off tho excursion for tho afternoon The towboat Thomar II Denton got away for tho Tennessee river too day for a tow of ties Crews are hard to get down on the Mississippi nnd from Cairo toINew Orleans boats arc tied up both sides of tho river 120 a month has beep offered but the 4a roustabouts wont work Tho heavy shipment of cotton and the strenuous time required from the roustabout whose only sleep is gotten between stops of the boat is given as the cause of the strike The towboat Catherine Davis which recently sank at Huntington W Va has been raised and will be carried to tho dry docks where repairs will bo made A hole eight feet long was stove in her hull The New Orleans TimesDemocrat of Thursday says Another line of steamboats is to operate in tho Bayou Techo trade according to E M Quinn ricepresident of the Twin City Towing company of Morgan City who is in the city in tho inter ests of his company The company will inaugurate the service with the departure of the first boat aSlurday The D A Doylo and barge which boat has only lately been acquired by tho company will make the first trip Tho Patricia another ot the companys boats and a barge will also be put in tills service Tho boats will make trips up Bayou Techo as far as Baldwin La- The little Paok t boat J T Rcedor which set tall for Cairo yesterday morning at 8 oclock is orer due and is expected back this after noon or tonight She Is running In place of the Dick Fowler which Is lying here on account of tow water The Rcodor will leave at 8 a m Uohday for Cairo Rivcrmcn toilovo there will bo a general rainfall within the next 72 hour and are looking for a rise in the Ohio river FIRST PARLIAMENT IIIMSI ASSKMHIA VILL UK COVOKII ix lout fter Announcement Dragon timer and Paper JUmteriiH Placet Over Every floor Poking Nov GAn official decree was issued announcing than an Imperial parliament tho firstln tho history of China would bo convoked in 1913This la a cdncesslon on the part ot tho throne to the demands of the recently constituted senate delegations of the provisional assemblies which recently memorialized the government In behalf of time early constitution of a general legislative body The decree set forth tho parlia ment would bo convened In three years Tho police wont from hous to IIOUBO Informing the occupants of bannor above every door Beyond this there was no public manifestation over tho news AXOTIIKIt KTKIKK OX TAP Philadelphia Street Car Motoniiei May Strike Philadelphia Nov GAt a mass meeting of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit companys employes the men gave the executive commission and national ofilcers power to call n strlko of motormen and conductors whenever they deemed It expedl vestedIfore the strlko last February PalsVy shawls will be made up In to muffs as well as scarfs for winter fashion I Ili DR DODD PREACHES OPENING SERMON AT MllTltfr KUNKItUj ASSOCIA TION AT OVXTIIIAXA Special Preparation Mmlo to Itc celvo Guest iiinl liitcrfstlni Program 1ivjmrctl TilE MINISTERS TO CONVENEI Cynthlana Ky Nov GTho sev entythird annual meeting ot the Kentucky Unptlsts will convene in this city November 1418 This IB a state meeting and should the churches and district associations send their full quota of delegates there would bo nu aggregation equal to half the population of Cynthlana or about 2500 delegates Tho local committee on entertainment are ex pecting GOO delegates Tho business ot tho association will be to hear reports and discussion of the followlng subjccts State Missions Homo Missions Foreign Missions Sundayschool and Col portage Church Building Evange lism Sanitarium Young Peoples Work Ministers Aid Society Or phans Home Religious Press and Laymens Movement Tho RevM E Dodd of Paducah or his alternate tho Rev L II Irvin of Ilarbourville will preach the annual sermon Officers of tho association arc J A Both D D moderator Taylors vlllo Ky John L Hill secretary Georgetown Ky The ministers meeting of the Kentucky Baptists will convene on Monday night November 14 two days before the association meets at the Cynthlaua Baptist church The program for tho ministers meeting is as follows Monday night sermon S J Cannon ot Louisville Ky Tuesday November 1C 2 to 215 p m devotional exorcists A B Gardner Beaver Dam Ky 216 to 2HB address or essay on Cultural Discipline Charles S Card nor of Louisville Ky 24C to 3 general discussion 3 to 330 addresses on the Pastor and Ills Books by J 8 i Hill D D how ling Green and W n Nowlin D D MayOeld ado to 345 general die cession 346 to 411 Baptist Principles in Home Life A C Davidson D D Covlngton and Charles Anderson Rnssellvlllo 415 to 430 gcncrnldtscuMlon Wednesday November 1C 8 to 10 a m memorial serriccr W W Lnndrum D D LL D Louisville Ky tor the committee Adjournment prayer of dismission byJ G Bow of Louis ville Ky- Extensive preparations are being mado by the local church for the en tertainment of tho delegates All the people of tho city will assist in entertaining The M1 E church south of this city has offered tho use of the churchs basement for the serving of noonday lunch each day during tho association The Rev C W Elsey the pastor brated I creates I bustion in the iWILSONi of tho First Baptist Church or thl city and his committees are enereiI getic In their efforts preparing tot- the entertainment and welfare 0 this largo assembly HexnmvlhyluiictctrTimliio Is tho namo of n German chemi ingrojdlontBllcxnmtohylonctctramlno Isrocog nized by medical text books and au thorities as a uric acid nolvont and anti lcptlo for the urine Take Kol eys Kidney Remedy promptly at the first sign of kidney trouble and avoid a various malady Gilberts drug stor- e1ahlg I I Oil 11 Orwlso Why are you so auxiouu to go to the weeding An enemy of mlno Is to bo best mgn and I may get a chance to soak him with nn old shooCrOOlt Mr Otto Paul Molwaukco Wis says Foleys Honey and Tar 10 still more than the bud Ho writes us All those that bought It think It IIi time boat for coughs and colds over had and I think it Is still more than tho beet Our baby had a bad cold and It cured him In ono they Pleofo accept thank Gilberts drug Mr OGllvy Hows Donal tho day Mrs McCrabbT Widow McCrabblIes dold Mr OGllvy Did ho no say cnny liming about yon woe pot o paint I lent himnTho Staarns pfoctrfo Rat asxl Roach PasteIIt tt llr euntd M titoraluu nur- ear c ff i c ILd tm- itMJ y tar iu twiur un trace tor II drag rata aa4 ale e of tar Law lo L- M I Lel II II tlle I ksdenuwr IIUIB ttttnie run ci cum Ill I CHRYSANTHEMUMSAre bloom or fine plants Bulbs of our own importa tion Hyacinths Narcissus Tulips and Chinese Sacred Lilies PINE uitai aoiu risii Artistic Floral Design to Order CLT ILOWKIIS Ol ALL KINDS 9SKSSSK Ity ago Ilro hvny Both Phonua sot or 107 The Fidelity Underwriters of New York Tho worlds strongest and largest Fire Insuranco Co Assets 3C millions policyholders surplus 19 millions THE FRIEDMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Office JU8 Broadway Ih th PlioiiM If the Floor is Warm theL r Whole Room is Warm The fire in the Wilson heater gives out heat Heater is so perfectly instead of just the top under control that with portion ns is the case very little attention to wfca other heaters You the dampers your know of course that hot rooms can be kept in n airrises so that when the constant healthful Wilson heals the floor as temperatureThe Down- Draft perfect cojn Heatqr so- thatthcwholo I they store Sketchi well as tho upper air of the room tho whole room remains at n steady even- temperature HEATER we also nave ODYIlr lU atuve ripe rn uutu noun Zinci Shovels and Stpve ollshI j BROSj CITY TRANSFER CO I- C I L Van Motor Manager All Kinds of Hauling Storage and tr PackingYBoth Phones 499 l n 1 HAYS YOUR HOUSE CLEANED 1t t By Our Brand NewIAUTO VACUUM CLEANER ESTIMATES ClIKKUiaLlA FURNISHED KOBT P ARMSTRONG Phono 1460 n up Money Saving AutoeII j jII AccessoriesEquip your car with a set Jot four film HAVINtt JACKS they will only cost you tffloo and will innko oqr tiros last Indefi nitely Remember its tho weight that kills Tiro 87 vlUK Jacks remove tho weight except for tho few hours you are Using tho car I AITO UODV GLOSS is really n surface food for It hrlnlIbark that sew gloss to varnished surfaces No work very little expense ISOO per gallon 7Cc per quart Its sront stuff Wo t recommend It heartily I Kentucky Auto 4Machine Co II fl FiShIER Prop Sixth and Jcffcnon fit 4f i F r 1 F Render Coal I THATS ALL I 91 CENTRAL COAL 4 IRON CO Incorporated Phonos 370 Office 9 6 Trimbler 1I a it TIME TABLE It Ferry Boat G W Robertson Leave Paducah for Owen Landing atI MI 600 a m Leave Pnduuh for Owens Landing at 84Cam I Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 200 p m Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at rl0 pm Leave Paducah for Brotkporl atu TOO a m Leave Paducah for Brockport st 1200 noon Leave Paducah for 11roek ort at 416 pm if Leave Paducah for Livingston Point atrr Vd 845 a tS4 Leave Paducah for Llrlugctoa Point at r fftu 100 KJB Tables furnUlicd for aril parties on Application All afternoon ride for relies and Children for 16 ray A Twenty Mile JUlie for 10 ntllJJ JOHN K ItOLLINB Matter 1- S EeDe HANNAN SID Kentucky Awe 1 4 The PlumberCY We are now located in our new Home opposite the new fire station 1 I ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RIGHT DO you wish your bums wlrod for electric lights DO you wish electrical work of any kind done DO you need now chandeliers or electrical appliances In your homo DOES your cloister require m specialists attention T DO you wish the boat lighting service for tho least money DO you know that cheap ma tonal nnd bad workman r I ship means poor lights in tit your homo 1 DO you know wo use tho best material on tho market In our electrical installations DO you know wo pay our electricians above time union icalo to obtain tho best One Thing You Know Our Prices Are the Lowest Then Why Not Try Us 1 MITGHELl MACHINE ELECTRICAL CO Old Phono 415 or New iNiano 421 f23 Jlrotlwar ur + t i u 1 J SATURDAY NOVEMnnil lfQtHEPADUCAH EVENING SUN fPAGE SEWNe I 41 wo loJ 461t i Y- LYlti I Uneeda Biscuit are soda crackers made from the finest flour and the best materials obtainable That Makes them an ideal FOODEl Uneeda Biscuit a Ar are baked in surroundings where clean I liness and precision are supremeI- it That Makes them PURE I Uneeda Biscuit IIwhcni II NATIONAL IT COM jC A Never sold in bulk RUBBER STAMPS When in need of lubber tamps Brass Hlcnclls Notary fiouU SlUk Checks Ilanil Unions cltit It will pay you to sco our lint Diamond Stamp Works lia IIIhOllrlII II 222= CIGAR5eAre safest for Quality and Flavor or as well M for Health Mndo under mot hygienic conditions of HAVANA They cant bo beaten by any tencent cigar on tho markol Visit our factory and see how they are made Try ono and sea how they taste I Wo give coupons wlUi every purchase Como In and look over our premiums Over 360 to select from The Smoke louse 333 BroadwayOpr wJU W llcnileln EXCURSIONBULLETIN MUll Uncle Ark National convention U C Dates of snit Nov ft nod C Return limit Nov 1C Hound trip rnto I12CO Hnvnnnnh On Grand Prize Hnrcn Dates of wile Nov 0 10 and Jl He turn limit Nov 1C Hound trip rate 12250- Oynthlana Ky General As Boclatlnn of Kentucky Unptlst Societies Dates of nnlo Nov 13 14 1C mid 1C Return limit Nov 21 Round trip rate J980 Winter tourist rates on onto Nov 1 to April 30 1911 lluturn limit May 31 1911 to tI1 following polntH Now OrlcniiR Ln Ft Worth Tox Houston Tax and San An loom Tex J T Agent Paducah Xft- K V o IT A Union Dejof 0 That Makes them CLEAiV i Uneeda Biscuit tare in a moisture proof package I That Keeps them FRESHi BISCU PANY r Package nojmsTio Automobile DONOVAN PRATHER sealed tlltDtl 11Cxtl3pCXtG1U0fJiatgbCXlgC Xtl t1t3C1ptlgp N1 IIThei Evening Suns Daily MarketsiI X70Ct7 7t71JQtQk X7QgQL3tX f i LIVESTOCK p a tt Ixxiinvlllc Ky vGTito faI ceipt of hogs wore 8SC head for tho work thus far 0430 The market opened curly with prices Cc higher ms all grade RelectoJ hogs 120 nIl and up telling at 835 pigs KlO down and roughs 755 down Tho market closed ratlior slow with wna fairly well cleared CntlJrITho recopU of cattle were 36 head or tho week thus far 5142 the mar Jot ruled quiet with but llltlo doing n any department eoarcely any hang recorded Prime light byte ors In fair damand medium nnd Will won dull Feeder and stocker mar ket about steady exceptionally front demand for good weight slop leers common trashy stockers glow lullu steady canners dull Much own unchanged No prime heavy attlo hero calves- Itecelpls worn 33 head for tho five lays 581 head Tho market ruled ibout ftendy tho test 7JSco-nto fancy higher medium CO74c ommon 2OGCBhtrp Lniiihs The receipts were J03 head for he five days thla Wok 343 Tho nnrkot ruled slow about steady IMU sheep 23j down common hoop slaw at IffiAc Fat lambs iWDlic common und medium lambs 1 JI1it Rt Louis Nov nCatllo Ho elpu 4000 market steady native INf steers 1550 775 calves in arload lots G8 hogsitocelpts 500 market COlfle lower pigs md flightsI s8C5 packers 726 fSCO butchers nnd bout hoary 8 ftSC5 Sheop Uecolpts lCOO uarkPt steady native muttons 376- tp126 lambs 5250075 S TOBACCO MAItKRTS i rvoutavlllt Ky Nov IiThc local obacco market started off well and u w burley especially was In splen lid demand Rejections wero heavy igaln jpsterday 115 bids of burley being thrown back on the market The offerings on the local breaks follow 1010 crop burley 49 dark 3 now lfl03 crop burley CIO dark 15 old original Inspection G72 re views 11 total CSC rejections yes orday burley 115 Kentucky warehouse oold 50 hhds old burley at 040 to 1775 nnd 5 hhds burloy ntSa5 to 1375 Ninth street warehouse sold 142 Mult old burley nt S Olio to 17 md 4 hlds new burley at 740 to 11150 C rejectlops Tho Louisville Worchouao mid 00 hhds of old burley nt G40 to 1875 ind 15 of now burloy at G to 1275 ID of old dark trarfi nt 1GO to G Tli To wero S rejections 1ho Peoples warehouse sold 00 Midn of old burley nt 585 to 19 Thorco wore S rejections Tho Farmers warohouso told SO itfcdn of old burley at 720 to 17 Thero woro 4 rejections Tho Homo warehouw sold 40 hhds 1 old burley at C40 to 1250 and 8I new burloy at C40jto ilt 0 Then- were C rejections Tho Central warenoupu sold 105 buds old burloy nt 030 to 1250 and 0 of now burley at 532 to 13 There were 0 rejection The State warohouso sold 52 hhds old burley at C to 1425 and 2 new burley nt G3J to 8 CO Thero were 4 rejections Tho Plckett warehouse sold 3 hhdw new burloy at G to 780 and 8 0i old dork At G to 850- llerlrw for VetkIi The lxuls lllo Tooacco W4r b use company Issued the following review cstordnI amounted for ono to 2095 hhds dlvldcfc oa follows Now burley 4Sfi old burcy 2357 now dark 40 old dark 113 Hurley Tho sales of old burleyf have been large again this week on our market with n more diversified dI demand and with some Improvement l In values over last week except for the common grades which are some what weaker Tho stales of now bur lfey 1310 crop on our market thlr week amounted to 485 hhds with 1G50 88 the top i rcc A0 n rule the new tobacco appearing on our market Is not attractive either as to quality or condition In view of the largo hurley crop grown this year and tho largo amount of old burley that duttag seem that present values for new bur ley offer miOIclcnt Inducement for arty marketing Dark TobnccosWo have n very olddarka very small stock from which to PUll ply tho demand Old tobacco of the unfired types remains steady without recent change In values The salts of new dark tobacco 1310 crop on our market this wok amounted to 10 hhds with 1225 as tho highest price obtained Duns Wwkly Review New York Nov 5 Whatever chango there Is Is chiefly In tho pointt of view It is a characteristic feat ore of the situation that a few weeks ago business sentiment put special amphauls on the uncertainties of tho outlook And tho possible dangers In solved nnd now the emphasis 1is mostly on the hopeful side So tar ar Actual development are concerned here Is very little change and the volume of actual transactions con tlnuo below the productive capa city Itcccnt developments in Iron an steel encourage rt more hopeful feel ing nlerady noted Tho expectation 1IP that trannportlug companion will fliortly enter tie market for needed nulpmpnt whllo tho prospective ilructuiral will conltral- v i Pig iron stocks continuo to itcilimilato and further curtailment of production Is planned The dry goods market reflects ex pansion In the demand TreasuryStatement Wn blngtonNov5The condi lien of tho treasury at the beginning of business wns as follows Trust funds Gold coin 833420003 all ver dollars 487631000 silver dol lars of lS30 3516000 silver eoril tillc4ucs outqtaudfng 1S7G31000 Jcncral fund Standard silver dot lace In general fund 2010951 current liabilities 110335027 working balance In treasury offlces 31056171 In banks to credit of treasurer of the United States 36 533041 subsidiary silver coin 10 0051381 minor coin 5C101 to tnl balance in general fund 8G 244735 Weeks linnk Eaclinngcs New York Nov 5nuns Review saysDank cxsLscsea the week make a lightly more favorable showing than week ago the total at all loading elites IIn the United States aggregat ing 2081118044 a decrease oI only GS per cent compared with last year but It was a gain compared with 130C The Improve moot however Is duo to the fact that lost year and In 130G the week contained only five business days Even with the extra day some of the cities that showed gains last week report decreases tad week The decrease at New York city whore the extreme dullness in tho financial and specu lative markets continue to exert nn adverse effect on the volume of bank clearings still accounts for most of the loss In the total for at numerous cities outside that center the return make n fairly satisfactory comparison with earlier corresponding per- Iods T m1on stems Market lAndon Nov ti Consols for money 79ifor cccounta 794iIllinois Central 139 Louisville Xnrtivllle 151 Southern Railway V1Southern Railway preferred 04 bar sliver quiet 25d per ounce money 40 5 per cent short bllta 4 I per cent three months bill 4 71004 per cent Hcntca at Park Parts Nov Gerollng 3 per cent rentes 07f 37fsc for account Ex change on London 2Cf n c for check KvrluiiiRO nt Itorlln Berlin Nov 6Exchange on London 20 marks 48 pigs for checks Money 4Vi per cont Private dls count rote 4 tl per cent Jomoii Geld amountoIng to 158000 was taken Into Uic flank of England on balance today SECOND VICTORY HOPED lon nv HIGH School i1101St r They Go to Mmll nnvHlo to Meet ill high School of Hint City Tills Afternoon hopeful of a second victory eve r the Madtsomlllo High school team tho padded warriors of tho PadUcal High school left this morning n1 750 oclock for Madlsonvlllo whet ho two teams are struggling on the gridiron this afternoon for cuprem ICY In tho race for the High school hamplonsblp of western Kentucky With two weeks rest tho Hlgl See YOll Can Work a Window a can be a is far the near the I for nIne smoke or An the of in the The cap put in like a cork a is by a This a a top has an the high to Is easy remove and so the can be The or be an for Oil is in or built for yet Dealers BtitnvKtrt If sot at yaws vrft Joe discrtytjM circular to the tuamt cfiKf ef the school Is in shape for the game and aided by tho of ono victory On the other hand Is a victor over trop which Iadncnh Tho Madlsonvlllo lads here a fast and will make local boys hustlo for a Hugh D Craig left this with tho tcnm and before said ho was of game The are all on edge Proto and Mrs W II Sugg ant J B ac tho Kolb Johns ton and the team as substitutes The team up F le It Ig Joe Harth c King rg I rt Humphrey ro P I Harth qb W Ih rh fb Leo c coach loft In his automo bile for Ho was ac by Mrs George and guest Miss Tucker of and Mr Robert Prrsseil InIIMark and Not Colors but the color of tho carton Fol eya and Tar the best and eaf cough tor all find colds Do not accept a but see that you get the Foleys Honey and Tar in a carton with black letters drug store The n week TAY t rds still ar I I I t7 LbS A3 S In you a Perfec tion Oil Heater It is portable radiator moved to any part of a room or to any roomIIn you SMOKELESS Absolutely smoielcu and you do not have to work close to the stove which from the WIndow You can work where you be warm You can work on dull winter days in full light to the bone Perfection Oilgives heat and with one of the font burns steadily hours without smell indicator shows amount oil font filler in bottle chain heater has cool handle and damper The Perfection Oil automaticlocking spreader which prevents wick from being turned enough smoke and to drop back wick quickly burner body cannot wedged and can unscrewed in instant rewicking The Perfection Japan nickel is strong wellmade and light and ornamental1 Standard Oil Company good already MadlBonvIHo klnsrlllo defeated strong team Victory Coach departing hopeful winning todays players OvcMtreet companied players Phillips accompanied lined Elliott Jones Drowning Browning captain Yarbrough Hughes Keller Istant afternoon Madlsonvlllo companied Flournoy Elizabeth Memphis Wallace Yellow Football containing Honey ek remedy coughs substitute genuine yellow Gilberts Evening SunlOc Y0UNG MEN 00I winter when have which house When have usually window without being chilled Heater quickly filling always attached Heater flame cleaned gallery become Heater finished durable service Incorporated confidence morning Browning yesterday odorless 3Iany a person wth an eyo for Ulejj beautiful lias dn car for Ugly gossip 53M and s3so The price stays doom the quality goes up while most things r shoes includedare going down in quality and up in frice Ihaft the great difference I betweenBeacon Shoesa- nd other shoes today Made to the standard of shoes that sell for 2 and 3 more but do not give you a cents worth of bet ter materiarrworkmanship style Union made Goodyear welt handsewed process uppers in alT leathers shapes ore the latest New York styles Weve got cm allan fit you comfortably and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by 9udz sA- nd BftoPn bnn4rl other erddentIbroagHaat tko Val a tltwI and anrup 60 to 60 SEWING MACHINES WHITE AND STANDARD I ROTARY c = r M1 Coffee Special Idlewild Brand Roast Coffee fresh andstrong Four Pounds for 100 Granulated or pulverised The best on the market rnnrn- r SSAFOWLER SUPPLY COMPANY People spond thousands of dollars In education In books In travel In theater tickets aril nil In order to be able to carry on a conversation Asja consequence tho women talk about cooks and clothes and tho men about the weather and women sfWllllamll wilt cure Blind llleeillng and Itching Plies ItchingatPileOintment bdrugWUlOBoldTim Evening SunJOe a Week IiI iIi- Iit 1 s 9aijs- S 50 Kave tfhces eapaired at 9l11dts 1 All welt or peg work done by electrically or hand run machinery Quick Neat Best material usedat lowest prices Send your children in after school- WorkJ done while they await lL czoll6 II Special Sale Begins November 11th- While they last you may buy reguJar50and 60 improved WHITE and STANDARD ROTARY Sewing Machines style 25 five drawers drop head with allattachments for the remarkable price of 21 They are guaranteed for five years and are exactly like cut Think of it A standard pricedWe also have a few standard make second hand sewing maehines in good at prices ranging from 250 to 12 No comment iis necessary when such prices are quoted These machines are well worth considerably more money Dont put off Get yours Our- JVindobJs Near PABSTS SPECIFIC repair Nonsr9 See Our- Windows c jPAGE SIGHT TIm PADFOAH EVENING SUN r SATURDAY XOVEMIIKR n le1 i4Y r r IoQ Department Store XOHTII TlllltU STUlln Halt a Square From Hroadtray 1cThe Store That Keeps tho lrlres nOII co i us as a I l we will luau a sale of beautiful new gar for and r will hundreds at the very Is plan ning her now suit or coat We otter the of the year at The for this sale Is not hard to find One of tho best has Just sold us a big line of garments at a to us to offer you A here and Let you away to buy you see what wo cana do for new Fall at and at and t at 500 = 750 850 and at = and t S 1 JOTnIJ R e At Ia1 ih ve At Na VB At S wan v Sowaiieo vs At Knoxvllle Tennessee v Ken TO THOSE WHO DO NOT READ ADVERTISEMENTS From day day surprised to find men and women who know that sell SHOES or that we sell CLOTHING that we sell anything dry goods Of course practically every body Paducah and a great many people outside Paducah know that this department store 1 for Girls a IS vis old at 750 UO iiiuu Iii nod Tho Silk and at 225 275 300 375 475 CCO C7C and new Net at 300 and I at GOO 750 850 10 12 35 15 18 20 and 2C new at 600 SCO 10 12 and rich silk at 339 395 475 and i new for Girls of C to 11 at 275 to New for of 1 to G at 190 225 300 375 and GOO Fur Sets at 225 350 1650 and Fur at Iii IS20 25 32 and 50 r At Now vt lilt A and M- At and Lcc vs VS I r 7 8 0 on I to a 4 I We want a of fat to bo from the 7th to tho 12thf lien must uel li H anil over Toni must 11 and over AH to sell or us at once We wilt pay the Ky A of l 1 It you to como and save In tho of your lint Is no for you to do You aro the you buy here You a loss you buy else A of tho best and most l r r f F in on All and have but It a for an to at We to buy We for to come used tho of cash to and hero low will hold until wo have to pay us your and save y r At vs Co r Tr At vs t v N 1i At fro did such a Silk All the tho real Is In silks at 3Gc to 100 a A s I I We did I You to I Such new are of thoj of of tho In at a We have to lit any from 160 n pair up of arc the to buy but wo have for the that cant lied ore our In for dress wear have no in Hen at 400 and 500 a dO I j I At TS lor fU u e At f re CnfiO I fox and tllI be the furs T Store t handling most all lines merchandise but there are too many people who not read our newspaper advertisements in The Sun on Thursday anarr Saturday evenings and in the NewsDemocrat on Friday and Sunday mornings To all such people we say begin todayreadand thinkthus get infitouch and keep touch with our live way of doing business It will help them to provide for their families dress better to spend less money and to make their homes happier Wont begin todayread this advertisement through then bring to your wants in our various departments test Youll be amply repaid for your trouble and will doubtless continue the practice I Wonderful Purchase of Womens and Misses Tailored Suits Coats and Dresses Beginning Monday gurato menu Women Misses which Inurest moment when every woman winter dross handsomest styles tremendous savings reason great garment manufacturers America sample discount great enough enable remarkable savings great stock coming nothing keep before you- Womens stylish Suits marked 1200 1300 1000 I1iriO- Womens high grado Tailored Suits marked 1800 2000 2200 2500 2750 3000 3500 Womens pretty Dresses marked 1000 Womens richly beautiful Dresses marked 1200 1350 1500 1800 2000 Gum MaVjKinviKo HJsl 1lacIUTrO hvlllo Vandorbllt t Louisiana Glnto Georgia to we are do not we but in of isa of in you trstlT Tailored Suits marked 1200 1380 ylCiO newest Chiffon Waists marked 750- Ueautlful Waists marked 126 500 Womens fashionable Coats marked Womens handsome Skirts marked Gi57Ji01- CWomens Petticoats marked 550Attractive Winter Coats years marked 1500 Winter Coats Children years marked 100 160 S475 Richly beautiful marked 5007501000 1200 22501 Coats marked tucky State Orleans Tuano rlsolp Norfolk Washington CarolinaMa-ry Ilpndo phMacon Transylvania THE CITIZENS SAVING BASK Third and Broadway WILL BE OPEN TONIGHT FROM TO Four Per Cent Interest Paid Time Deposits RcIAnticipating New Years solve Now Start Bank Account TURKEYS WANTED For Thanksgiving Market limited amount largo turkeys delivered November Turkeys iroutadn Voung Turkeys tvelgli ixiiiniN parties wishing please phono write highest market priceIYours truly W Cow14tducnhr Great Sale the Sea jsoirs Most Popular Ii 1Millinery surely behooves purchase Winter There reason otherwise gainer when millinery stand when where great stock seasons newest wanted choosffigtnext The Best Dress Goods Bargains the City Sale Here Next Week Worsteds Wool Yarns advanced takes longtime advance affect price Harbours know what Dross Goods bought months bcuight liberally buying power hammer down prices prices ourselves other prices Hrlng dress goods wants money IIvCnmbtllgeilanard nellAt FrdhamPWted lphla Peun Lafajv glue SpringnojdAnnapolte Navy Ixhlgh wAmherat To Harbours for Silks sever business because value value these beautiful yard Tempting Sale Womens Pretty Stylish Shoes 350 4Ooend 500 havent described those 8111enI Shoes thavent thy Iolubulary ought seatjigm exclusive artistic mgdejs certainly worthy nlllwb jtlou every lover beautiful footwear All Leather Shoes lor Women 150 Pair Up Womens Shoes purse Red Goose School Shoc the Finest and Best fur Boys slid Girls All Ages They shoes other shoes purse afford Goose School Shoes pKoeelard Shoes for Men They specialty snappy styles They equal Paducah J ViilfTmsJtan WHfam iWoetoyan OreencaIUcDrpII Pj Kul uCUtol-1 gNretan f01arStata White etu eonUuuati landing f A I t1reparr for fho cnld wlttor I Children I Ions for now while such opportunities nro hero Infants Warm Knit Underwear marked nt 10c 1XIC IKc ISo 20c tae 2Bc null 50o ChlldrmiVWirm Knit UndoTwijnr alarm nt 23P 2lro a9nt n irntj itec 1 Mlow Worm Knit Wifdurvronr marked at 2Bo nul BOc lemons Warm Knit Umlorwuar marked at 2Jc 2lo 48c 80o and 100 Mens Warm idilt marked at 4Se lie 4do 106Silo and 100 I MENS CLO filiNG This Is tho only store In Padurah that eon sell the famous Griffon Tailored Suits for Men Wo are svllliig this nllpuro worsted line of newimt stylo tailored suits at only UG The wise man will como for thow Suits and Overcoats at lt And he wont bo dlroppolntcd because they aro the equal of other stores 20 and 22 values =MltS TSIIMAN IS FIU1H SIny llvo Willi Her young lluliand and Mnmiit Her H lutf Hartford Conn Nor GA dc rfTon of tho Connecticut supreme court freoo Mrs Iuclnda M Cush1 ipn Treat Goddard 72 years old ut her conservator and gives her the right to live nit the wile of Charln n I S Half a Tho Storo That the i dnye at 7Hr 8 l3c lOc 12He 1C I 26c and Girl close for winter wear nt 8 l3c luc f 16c and 2o 113ntzurIlostiI for winter wear i 7y0813yIIc 12 4o ttCdu174 330 natl50or d1IirsEneks for winter wear I at 8 l8c lOc I2fcc Ire I s 1 lie 18c 33 l3o and SOc Womens Knit Srarfii sail for winter at lc lOc S5c 4 lie lOc and SIlo- S Womnps Silk Scarfs 1 nt 47o Clo DOc 100 and fIt IBOYS CLOTHING Hoys In nil thn latest cr 1 made of gray and brown war t sted1I of and raMliuerri I We price Rood right kind of boys suits for ages 4 to 1C yearn t- nt 200 U60 300 360 H 00 460 500 GOO 700 mid 7iO ordinarily sold for 300 to JlO I IL nlulIlw1 j1 iI s nalIIlietI wlikli had been placid Jn thtjicaru II of n conservator at tho request of u hor Add Who protwilod that also was iJ mentally incapable of managing tier affairsIn support of IdS claim the ton II tentineil that Ms mothor drotsnl In Ii CciMY r Department NOItTII TJIIIll 8T11KKT Square From llrondw Keeps Trlccii 011edo 14derwearRemembered BetIIIInrkcd hays marked iiiarkeVl marked Shawls nmrkcd marked Suits styles fancy cheviot titling i you Hi nil fashion wearing low took drew unmiltodI for n vroinit ro if her age and worn Mill ktesT mil Merry Widow lists aril tlaed1 mlnU and coimello on tier taoe to in extant tlmt made her notlembHr I n th+ roiiimuiilty jlito I 1 Irk frllli I j USE COKE THE CLEAN fUEL Stop handling dirty fuels III Stop burning smokey fuels i ii Stop using sooty fuels 01 1 i USE COKEITS CLEAN SMOKELESS AND SOOTLESS r Crushed Coke Ten cents a bushel I Lump Coke= = = Eight cents a bushel 1 i Delivered in any quantity 4t I l t THE PADUCAH LIGHT 4 POWER COMPANY iDrorpamlrd 1 1 Jr =o on y TRADEWATER Lump Coal 12 Cents Bushel TRADEWATER Nut Coal 11 Cents Bushel No Slate Clean Burns to WHITE ASH Full Weight WEST KENTUCKY COAL COMPANY I intoroorat 1- r dV Sards Sad Elevator Foot of Ohio Street C M3RIKER Manager of 5165BothPhones No 32i r ri i 1