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II I l11I1 SRdJ1JCa KOKTOXHS BVJBJflHG1 tJtI WHIWKH1UY 3VK r U II
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I Wisdom of the Day I
i THE wisdom of the day is to
make the home happier It
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center of annoyances The Gas
Range is the expression of the idea
< i of the dayconvenience It satis
fies the modern demand for effi
cient refined economical time
r saving service Convenience and
Economy call on you toV
COOK WITH OAS
PADUCAH LIGHT < POWER CO
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ICARE I FOR YOUR DOLLARS
Money carefully nuitured will develop and expand
Its growth to large proportions is only a matter of
f time This bank was organized for the putpsse of
caring for savings Yon can open an account for
one dollar or more and it will earn you 4 per cent
i per annum compounded twice a year You ought
1 to start tocUv
Open Saturday nights
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Mechanics and
Farmers Savings Bank
227 Broadway
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l the daintiest assortment 01 sum
r mer footgear for the ladles cvrr shown
In Paducah It theres anything uew or
dainty in Oxfords or Slippers we have
it White ones are bound to fie more
popular than ever thlv season We have
them in duck kid and calf The calf
ones are really the most economical i
the long run for they dont scuff so
easllyand hold their shape and keep
fresh and clean indefinitely For the
test we have the most fetching Oxfords
and Slippers in gray black and Ian
kid suede and calf
Prices from I5O to 5
LENDLER t LYDON
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Irtsldtnt Cashier Assistant abler
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Citizens Savings Bank
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Capital S 100000
II I Surplus < 50000
Stock holders liability 100000
Total security to depositors S25OOOO
Accounts of individuals and firms solicited We appreciate
1 small as well as large depositors and accord to all the same
I courteous treatment
treatmentInterest
i Interest Paid on Time Deposits
IOpC I Saturday nights from seven to eight oclock
Third and Broadway
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FOR COMFORT REST AND PLEASURE
It offers an unequalled opportunity f
First Class OnlyPassenger Service Exclusively
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SERVANT PROBLEM
STARTS BIG ROW
Speaker Before General Feder
ation Execntcs Retreat
Miss Casey Knvmn Union for
Working Girls unit Housewives
Gel ExrltcI
HOT onus FOLLOW HIKKOH
Sir Paul JIHK GAt the session
last night of the general convention
of the Federation of Women clubs
Miss Case n labor organizer and
Mrs W B Chcvls of St Ixjuls pres
ident of the Tuesday club were the
principal speakers
It Is the first time that mcmbcTs
of organized women workers have
been Invited to meet with the gun
oral federation Miss Casey strongly
favored organization of trades un
ions by tho women workers saying
that while sho did not like strikes
yet the lot of the woman worker as
a constant struggle against her male
competitors and her employers and
that the only hope was to put tho
women on a parity with tho met
through tho trades unions
Had not fronds of Miss Casey ex
ecuted n rapid flank movementwhen
she had finished speaking and res
cued her from a band of Irate club
woman hf ded by Mrs Chtvvhl her
Is no telling how the conference
might have ended Miss Caseys re
marks apparently stirred the wrath
of some of the club women who
have been coping with the servant
girt problem and when tho confer
once was over they made a charge
on Mies Casey firing a rapid volley
of questions crossquestions and ar
guments at her until the poor girl
was overwhelmed Sirs Chcvvls
heading the chargo with wild gestic
ulations ordered the working girls
back to the kitchen wlilcJi she
said woro yawning for them and of
fered a panacea fro all the troubles
of tho working girls deplctedlc Miss
Caseys clever address
Loses Her Tcinpcr
We have ben ridden to death by
the working girls declared 1 Mrs
Chevvlg Why dont you cotrio Into
ovjr home where you can gel good
was excellent board a fine home
and easy hours
Miss Casey replied that most
working girls were not competent to
do housework did not like to do
housework and besides did nol In
tend to run homes for women who
were Incompetent or too laryrjo run
them for themselves Girls working
In factories could not afford to lay
off long enough to hunt a berth In
one of those cozy homes pictured by
Mrs Chevvls
Not time enough to look for
work exclaimed Mrs ChcvTlswlth
an expressive throwing out of her
arms Why we would go right Into
factories and take you Into our
bomes If you would come We are
paying 6 10 and 12 a weok for
servant girls but 1 > ccansd of your
stubborn prldo you prefer to click
click weckafter week In your smel
ly workshops and eat poor food
Hare a Iliad of tho Illinois del
chutes surrounded Miss Casey and
swept her away and the Incident was
closer
A TeMs Wonder
Theres a 11111 at Howie Tex
thats twice as highs last year This
wonder Is W I Hill who from a i
weight of 90 pounds has grown to
over ISO lie nays I suffered with a
terrible cough and doctors gave mo
up to die of Consumption 1 was reo
duced to 90 grounds when I began
taking Dr Kings NJJW Discovery for
Consumption Cpugns and CoMs
Now after faklnfe 12fbottl s I have
moro than doubled In weight and nm
completely cured Only ante COII h
and Cold cure Guaranteed by Mc
Phcrsons Drug Store 10c and 1100
Trial bottle free
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Kiinrnil of Will In III Vlnilon
The body of William A Wnston
who Was drowned In the Chlpps iakerf
near Bayou Mills Monday afternoon
baa boon taken to Dresden Tofu for
torI I
burial Last evening at S oclock I
funeral services were conducted at the
residence 1120 Jefferson street the
Rev W 31 Plnkdrton omclatlns aril
this morning at 3140 oclock the body
was taken to Dresden Thn iMaioni
attended tho funeral and acrompanlol I
tbe body to tho train
OulivIlM tin Surgeon
A complication of fcmae troubles
with catarrh of thn stomach and bow
els had reduced Mrs Thomas S Aus
tin of Leaven worth Ind to such a
deplorable condition that her hue
band fearing fatal results postponed
this to try Electric Dltters and to
the amazement of all who knew her
this medicine completely cured her
Guaranteed cure for torpid llverkld >
fey disease biliousness jaundice
chills and fever general debility
norvouHncsH anti blood poisoning
Best tonic made Price BOc at Sic =
Phersons Drug Store Try It
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GET NEW TIN SHOP
FOR THE I IIO ROAD
Authority for Uiiiidintr it lias
Readied Paducah
Up floDut Machinery Will HI fin
tailed In Structure When II
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XKWS OF Till UAlMtOAU MKX
After over a jearand H half of
figuring Inspections more figuring
and more Inspections tho Illinois
Central Is to have a new tin shop hi
Paducah and the work will begin at
once The matter of letting the con
tract Is now under con lderatlonbllt
the definite and gratifying fact to lo
cat Illinois Central officials lies In
the authority that has been given for
Immediately beginning work on tho
now shop
Yesterday W C Wdggener super
visor of buildings and bridges of the
Ixmlsvlllo division arrived lu 1adu
cah and In his pocket carried au
thority to begin work on tho new
tin shop Tho plans arc In his hands
and ho Is this week working with
contractors preparing to take bids on
the jots
jotsIt
It Is undecided whether tho 1111
I nois Central wilt lake the matter
In hand arid build It or let the con
tract to an Individual It Is I staged
that the latter method Is preferable
V W Katterjohn and several oth
er local contractors went out yester
day to Inspect the site and look at
the plans Figures will bo furnished
Immediately and It Is said the actual
work of digging the foundations will
begin by next week
The new tin shop Is to be built be
tween the freight car repairing shops
and the west fence The dimensions
will bo about half the size of the
other buildings
It Is stated that new machinery
will be secured and this will make tt
valuable and much needed addition
to thfl shops
shopsIlaking
Illcaking u Imrtlrc
Inventive genius assorts Itself In n
pinch and this fact Is demonstrated
In the solution of n problem which
bad long been troubling tho wood
workers In the Illinois Central plan
ing mill There arc several cups used
nt the water barrel l and at noon em
ployes would take charge of them
Oil them with Ico water and retain
them during their lunch l There were
too tow cups to go around and the
question of breaking up the practice
was solved by 12d Wheeler the popu
lar foreman of tho tin shop The tin
cups were flat on the bottom and
could be ashy set down during
lunch Mr Wheeler made funnel
running to a sharp point and solder
ed them to the bottoms of tb3 cups
This makes It Impossible to set tho
cups down and tho workmen have
erased to confiscate them luring the
noon hour
Wages for Carnet
Qulnccy Wallace secretary of the
joint protective committee of tho
Brotherhood of Hallway Carmen will
leate tonight at 0 oclock for I lIt
ton to moot JI party of delegates from
the order who will go to Chicago to
night to have a conference with Su
perin ten dent of Macblney William
Iltjnshaw relative to a contract for
the carmen for tho present year Mr
Wallace has been the host of Mr
Albert Alqultt the Mumphls dele
gate today and the two will go to
gether The carmen are asking for
only I ten cents Increase and few real
concessions this year It Is probable
that if they get It It will mean the
last demand for an Increase as the
scalp will then Ira uniform
Noah Mclaughlin J son of James
McUughlln of the Illinois Central
hits gone to Joliet III to work at
his trade He Is machinist and has
been working In tho local Illinois
Central shops
T M Ilaughan master car build
er of tho Illinois Central was nblo
to t be at his office this morning after
a weeks Illness of malarial fever
The Illinois Central wrecker went
lo Die Cllfty yesterday and picked
up the enormous Iron liT wheel l
which rolled off a car several weeks
ago Ono hour was consumed In
holxllng Iho wheel onto a car Tho
Wrecking derrick car was supplied
with a special crane for lifting tho
wheel r
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Mr Edgar Martin employed In
the Illinois Contra woodworking
shops was struck by a jack laver i
I yesterday ahd his lips wero cut The
iojutjr was dressed at tho Illinois
Central hospital
itw Harry R < Johnson anil daugh
ter nave returned from Rutherford
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I WILLIAMS ON WILL EASY SELL PAYMENTS n YOU A BICYCLE I
Reasons Why You Should
Ride a Bicycle
It Is healthy it is always roily for
flee It Is I a pleasure It will not get
sick or die It will rive you car fare
It will take yon home to lunch It
will save you a lector bill
KXPHRT REPAIRING
The Tribune Rambler Mon
arch and Colonial Bicycles
are the best that can be produced
> f < 15 oo up See our stock of second
hand bicycles Cheapest home in
town for Tires Ilelli Pumps Sad
dies etc Kencmber the place
I WILLIAMS BICYCLE CO
126128 North Fifth St Not to Kentucky TheaterH
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Shirt Bosoms Starched Right
Ever have your shirts returned from the laqndry
with the bosom starched only in spots and with starchl
daubed all around the neckband and sides of the l
bosom
We have a machine which saves you from such
annoyances v
No chance to daub starch all over the rest of the
shirt with this machine 1 t
Let us demonstrate its value to you I
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SUMMER THIS SUMMER
IN COLORADO d
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Many people put aside all thought ofan outing in 1
Colorado because they arc accustomed to consider
this greatest of American play grounds as one of
those impossible things beyond their means Times
was when a visit to the 11011 of the continent was 4
a great luxury as high in price as in altitude out
not so today
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You can spend the lutnmtr or a pit of the sum a
tutr In Colorado sail lire al renaonali y as you do
at home tin lire qnlclc terrier and low totnlit
end excursion rates ntf orchil via Rock Island
liars hung tbo ReddeR within jciirtmy reach
are t
Oar Booklets and Folders give the whole story
Wrlto today
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GARDEN HOSE
OARnENHOSEESeveral
Several different grades and prices to select from
They arc a necessary adjunct to comfort in summer
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Sprays Spjinklinj Sled all Hose Repairs
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Private Ambulance for Slclv and Injured Only
iVY NANCE Undertaker and Embalner
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