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Of Unusual Excellence I in Mat
ter and Delivery
1 1
TwentySeventh Annual Soslon o f
Wonimi Foreign Mission
The twentyseventh annual meet
ing of the Womans Foreign Mis
sionary society of the Memphis con
ftrence convened last night at the
Urbadway Methodist church with a
most Impressive service The open
ing sermon was preached by the
Rev A M 1 Hughlctt pastor of the
First Methodist church at Jackson
Tenn This was followed by the
administration of the sacrament of
tIme Lords supper to the large con
gregation Rev T J Ncwecll was
assisted in this by Dr A B Jones
J Jackson Tenn Rev J W Black
ard and several visiting ministers
Many delegates are in attendance
and the church was crowded last
evening The music was most at
tractive Mr Richard Scott sang tin
solo of the evening and Mrs S IL
Vinstead the organist was assisted
by a large choir In compliment to
the visitors the church was effect
ively decorated with palms and
Dr Hughlctts sermon was a
Masterly one one of the most im
itcssive ever heard in that edifice
lie spoke on Missions as a Live
Issue based on Christs last com
m nd Go ye therefore and teach
ell nations baptizing them in the
riatnc of the Father and of the Son
Cthe Holy Ghost With a sim
plicity that a child could grasp and
yet witha breadth and depth that
marked the thinker he set forth the
life of Christ while on earth as an
example to intensify the duty of his
followers today to obey that final in
junction as a last will and testament
bound in all honor to heed His ap
p ie tion was powerful and pointed
Dr Hughlctt is a graceful and elo
quent speaker using no note and
commanding the undivided attention
ol his listeners without effort In
fact it is hard to realize that this is
his first year in the ministry hay
ing entered it only last November at
the conference session at Mayfield
lie Jjild been an educator previous to
becoming a minister and has read
tn ltand traveled extensively He
is aO native of Virginia
j Morning Session
Mrs T B Kiniof Memphis
vjceprcsidcnt of the Womens For
eign Missionary societyof the Mem
phis l conference opened the annual
meeting at the Broadway Methodist
church this morning at 9 oclock
ivllh a devotional servicee Mrs
King spoke for a few minutes of
tile loss to the society in the death
of Mrs Ellen Watson the former
president The delegates were then
Miss l Laura Bradford general
secretary of the conference read an
excellent paper on her department of
th work This was followed by the
treasurers report by Mrs Je Ot
tjngeer which showed total collec
J tions for the year to have been
WI X7274 an increase of S49 over lat
yar There is a balance of 491 in
the treasury
Letters were read from ministers
in the monference and from mission
aries in the orclgn field whom this
society maintains expressing happy
sentiments Miss Barnes editor of
the Little Worker was next intro
minced and made a talk which was re
ceived with large approvaal Ths
morning session was closed by de
votional exercises lead by Mrs Ada
This Evening Service
The features of this evenings mer
vice wilt be addresses by Miss Alice
Waters of Sung Kong China and
Miss Layona Glenn of Rfo Janeiro
Hrzzil These are both missionaric
it homeon leave of absence and can
jjye i their subjects a vital touch off f
interest Mrs Henry Overby will
sing The Plains of Peace
Statehood Compromise
Washington June 13The Car
ter compromise on tho statehood bill I
was agreed upon yesterday by He
publican leaders of tho senate and I
house Nothing now stands In the
way of the admission of Oklahoma
and Indian Territory as a state an d
a choice by Arizona and New Mexi
co as to whether they desire to com 4
In II another state
Well Itnown Hero
lIreDr Lallan L
Wilson of Denton prominent rest
dents of that city were quietly mar
Tied yesterday In Denton and have
gone to Clarksvlllo for a few days
They are well known here
Detach of Ieace
Frank Ileckto Is this afternoon be
ing tried before Justice Charles Kmory
for broach of peace Ho Is alleged f 10 I
have had difficulty with J ft Ham
ilton on the N C St iL Island l
creek bridge
Collliw Went Down Wire and III e
Was Hurned Iludly
Frank Collins who dots the allde
for life act at Wallace park did not
make tho slide last night due to s <
vere burns sustained In his first slit e
Monday night The young man slide
down a wire from a height of 10 ti
fet Into the lake Ha saturates his I
clothing In gasoline before the slide
Is made arid all that can bo seen 1 18 I I
a flame shooting Into the lake The I
wire wan not stretched tight enough I
and Collins made a slow slide th e t
object being to throw tho flame I
anT d
back were burned and also his neck
Calluliiin and HnrelH In Jail
Jackson Ky June 13 On the
affidavit of Tom Cock roll Ed Calla
han and Elbert Hargls were arrested
today charged with the murder ol f
Dr Cox They were given Into the
custody of tho sheriff until this after
noon when they will apply for ball
Will T llyrd KxpecU to He Succeed
ed As ItetiUlt of Coming Home
to Vote
Mr Will T Byrd school trustee
will forfeit his position as traveling
salesman because of his loyalty to a
friend Trustee Byrd came to Padu
cah from the far south In order to
cast his vote for his friend In the
election of city school teachers and
because of his leaving his territory
on short notice and without the
sanction of his employers ha will be
Trustee Byrd Is traveling for tho
ChrletlanPcffer Tobacco companyof
St Louis and his territory lies In
Mississippi with Headquarter nt
Ro dale He came home on quick
notice to be present at the board
meeting when teachers were to bo
elected The meeting was held on
Monday night and Trustee Byrd was
on hand Ho cast his vote for Miss
Emma Morgan whose position In the
schools Is causing a deadlock In the
boards and this morning received a
telegram from his house Instructing
him to remain In Paducah until fur
ther orders
I take this as a forerunner of a
successor ho explained to a report
er this morning I think that my
house will send a man to take
charge of my territory I am not sor
ry that I came here to participate In
the voting and will stick It out now
that we are In for a fight
Crypt ANsoelnted With Writings of
Dickens to Ho Rented
Readers of Little Dorrlt will be
Interested perhaps to learn that the
erpt of St Gcorgechurch Southwark
England Is I to bo let Apart from Its
association with the heroine of Dick
ens book the church which was
first established In tho twelfth cen
tury has an Interesting history
In Its records for 1C10 Is the en
try Michael Ranks out of Kings
Bench Prison Executed Did revive
again Was In tho vestry three hours
and was then carried back and exe
cuted again
To Effect Organization to Control
Fnnn Product
Chicago June 13 Representa
tive farmers from the states of the
Mississippi valley are here today to t
attend a two days session of the
American Society of Equity The
main object of the organization Is
farm The plan Is to build tlevators
and cold storage plant at various
points throughout the country and
to sell direct to the wnolcrale dealer
In the city thus eliminating the
Pnwicd lit the Situitc and Goes to Use
Isldentd l
Washington June 137 Tho senate
4today passed the Humphrey t1 liquor I
bill and before the god of the present l
week It will be approved by the presi
compelh s I
Internal revenue collectors to furnish
the officers of state courts a list of the
names of persons taking but revenue
Ikentes In prohibition communities
It pasted the home several weeks ago
UiiidcrMin JII netter
John Henderson of Fulton who
wis yesterday struck by an Illinois
Central coal car In the local yards I
reported better today and his chances
for recovery are said to be good He
has never regained his full senses
Beckham Triplett Succeeds
tiMutt Ayres
O en lK > ro Jinn lint Iken In Insu
mice DciwiHiunit Three fears
Under Ihewltt
Frankfort Ky June 13State
Insurance Commissioner Prowltt to
day announced tho appointment of
Ucckham Triplett of Owensboro to
the place of deputy commissioner
male vacant by the appointment of
Mott Ayres of Fulton as state fire
marshal Mr Triplett Is a nephew of
Gov Ueckbam and has been connected
with the stato Insurance department
for three years
MnrrlrO In LotTf gt
drcenup Ky Juno 13 Magis
trate Charles L Urban performed a i
marriage ceremony Saturday night
at o meeting of the h nights of the
Golden Eagle Urban was called for
and Informed that Charles Scarbor
ough and lIss Stella Crogan of Co
lumbus 0 wanted to be married
Frank M Griffin the presiding offi
cer asked the squire to perform the
ceremony In the hall Griffin sounded
the gavel and closed the lodge long
enough to have them made man and
wife In the presence of the assem
bled brotherhood
Fight On Jfcirly In KlKlilh
Shelbyvlllc Ky June lIJlldgo
John W Hughes of Mercer count
and Ilepresrntatlve Richard W Mil
ler of Madison county the two an
nounced candidates for the Demo
cratlc nomination for congress In the
Eighth district held the first Joint
debate of the campaign this after
llnil CJIKC Cull i
Owensboro Ky Juno 13Whllo
grazing a cow along the Hendcrso
Route railroad this afternoon Lu
cien Lewis came near losing his life
A passenger train running at the rate
of 50 miles an hour came thundering
along and frightened the cow The
animal dragged Jho boy whohad a
rope around his wrist ncrosi the
track just In front of the engine
Jliits llorrllilu Death1 I
Frankfort Ky Juno 13 = WII
lIam Mitchell engineer dt the Old
Taylor Distillery In the countrYl let
a horrible death late this afternoon
through the blowing out of a cylin
der head of a boiler at the distillery
He was scalded to death
Stnyta Under
Telling his friends that he was go
Ing to baptize himself Will Cobb
backed Into Oretn river at Wrights
burg yesterday and was drowned
Vrcflund Aiiiioiincvs
Frankfort Ky June 13 The
lion Hubert Vrecland of Jefferson
county this afternoon formally an
nounced himself as a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for sec
retary of state
Mr Vreeland Is tho present com
missioner of agriculture
SPRINGS suitritisi
Further Information Filed Against
Standard Oil Allies
Findlay 0 Juno 13 County
Prosecutor David sprung a complete
surprise on the Standard 011 compa
ny attorneys here this afternoon
when the grand jury made Its report
not finding the expected Indictments
against the Standard 011 company
Tho regular report was made to the
court and the grand jury discharged
Immediately thereafter Mr David
stepped down to the probate room
and filed two Informations against
the Buckeye Pipe Line and the Man
hattan Oil company charging them
with being subsidiary companies of
the Standard Oil company and or
ganized for the purpos of restricting
trade Liquor Men Seek Retires
Memphis Jun 13 Local liquor
dealers Interested In the shipping of
C 0 D packages together with a
committee appointed from the Na
tional Mall Order Dealers sonata
flan am to make a concentrated
fight alf Iinst the proposed change In
rates granted by tho express compa
ilea Tho companks have Issued n
notification that after July 1 pack
ag s containing liquors will be charg
ed for at the regular merchandise
rates This It I Is claimed would
cause a raise of 30 per cent In the
selling price of these small ship
orients With the question of rates to
be charged settled me qit4t10n ol
forcing express companies to accept
CO D shipments will bo taken up
For Appointment of Additional Fur
liloyrs Prepared
The general council boards at the
next mooting will have < two petition
to act on One Is from the board of
fire and poIco commissioners relative
to tho passage of an ordinance pro
viding for a police force of 30 men
and another relative to an assistant
to the city cleric The late leglslaljv
act give the council privilege of create
Ing such an office
Curler Ciise Continued
Chicago June 13 The case of
the government against Oberlin M
Carter former army officer was con
tinned by Judge C C Kohlsaat to
day counsel for tho government not
being ready for the hearing The
case will be taken up about August
1 Tho charge against Carter Is that
while he was government engineer
at Savannah Ga he embezzled over
3000000togcther with Greene and
Gay nor
No Colmid Nonhiil This Year 1U
cause Instnirlor Ciuuiot Ho
Srrtiml Free
Monday night tho iichool board
elect d over a dozen teachers subject
Ject to examination and these
teachers will bo examined during
August when tho summer teachers
examinations are held
The natural fatigue coming from
the exertion of over work at the
close of the schools prompted the
teachers to postpone examinations
until August and as a consequence
there were few applicants before the
examiners this week
The matter of conducting a sum
mer colored normal school has ben
abandoned This was done because
of complications arising In the selec
tion of an Instructor or conductor of
the school The white teachers re
dyed their training last year grails
Tho services of un Instructor wore
secured gratis but this could not bo
brought about In too colored schools
Seethesme MMirlMlioit to Meet nt
Knoxville Tenn Juno 13Tho
first annual convention of tho South
era Kindergarten association will be
held at the University of Tennessee
Cnoxvlllo Juno 2529 A large at
tendance of kindergartners Is expected
from nil parts of the country
Coi Company on the IliHkN
Philadelphia Pa Juno nTho
icrwIndWhlto Coal Mining company
was the issue before the Interstate
commerce commission Probably tho
mOlt Important fact brought out was
that tho coal company was allowed 4
cents a ton by tho railroad company
for handling Its cars on the llarttmus
pier This allowance gives the coal
company about 17000 a month for
i this service The work Is performed
i however by Pennsylvania railroad
crows with railroad locomotives for
which the coal company makes month
I ly settlements with tho railroad the
amount of tho monthly bill being
something over jOO
Hew Mniuigcr nt Wick liltC
Manager A L Joyncs has returned
from AVlcklllte where he had gone to
take charge of the Wlcklllfo toieptono
exchange which a few weeks ago was
bought by the Cumberland Telephone
Mr < Joynes made the transfer and
Installed a manager Tho manager Is
H 0 Dachman son of Rov George
O I Bachman who was pastor of the
Cumberland Irciby irlan church hero
intJIa few months ago The Wick
hue exchange Is under the supervision
of Manager Joynos who has been
made district manager for tho Cum
berland company
Was FllliiR Ills Way Out
Huctavllle Ala Juno 13 Joe
IClrk charged tjlth petit larceny al
most effected his escape from the
Madison county jail yesterday by fil
Ing out of his cell lie was discovered
at work on tho last bar that would
have made a hole large enough for
hls body to pass through Two bar
low knives had ben converted by
Irk Into steel saws of firstclass
Serious Siirnlcnl OKrat Ion
Dre E B Gordon G 11 McXemcr
and D Duggan performed a serious
surgical operation upon Mr Roach of
IAI Center Ky at St Marys Infirmary
yesterday removing a diseased bone
from his head Cairo Rulletln
DredM Filed
It S i Barnett to Fred Smith prop
erty on Parley streets 1 and other
considerations r
Magistrates Have Convonlenc
in Fiscal Court
nand Supervisor to Illport Prugn
At Quarterly Stttsloiw of the
The county of McCracken hwak
fug up and a genccral move of pro
Kress is asserting itself This is due
to the material in the new fiscal
bard There Is a small desk with
lock and key and private drawer fur
rach magistrate in the couny court
iioni These desks were bought by
the court house committee throng
Magistrate Charles Emery chair
man and there will be system In time
work of the magistrates after this
We will require rules to be ad
hered to and will make new ones r
necessary Magistrate Chftrlc
Emery said today Every magis
rate will have a private desk I In
These desk will be in the county
court room anil access can be had at
my time It is the same system
that the city council works under
and a good one
A new rule will be adopted rela
lye to road improvement report
mm the supervisor The sucprvitui
makes an annual report but for the
sake > of the enlightenment of tin
Learn we will require a report al <
each meeting The board meet
every three months and every othe
ifficer in the county files a report ex
cept the road supervisor
We do not doubt the economy or
h meaty of the road supervisor amid
leis employes understand but will till
this III Cf eel as a matter of perfect
record and system We then can
tell exactly how much work hv
hen done the time it has required
emend the COlt to date Thirty thou
sand dollars a year is the average
road fund expenditure a report
every three months would be time
> rop r thing to require We should
he intimately acquainted with the
work knowing just how many roads
were worked on and the Vrogres
made In the work generally
Another Trip Planned
Sunday one committee went to
lackon Tcnn to Jook at the com
jinalion tar and gravel strcetsan
experiment of the government amid
tire committee reported favorably
The date for the entire board tll
nakt an official visit was fixed tor
Sunday June 17 but the first com
liltee went a week ahead of time I
V second committee will go Siimlaj I
md in the party will be Alben Bark
ry county attorney Magistrates
Charles liincry George Broadfooi
sad County Judge It T Lightffoot
We will remain in Jackson two
lOr three days long enuught to per
onnally Investigate in company with
government men just how the retails
are built the actual colt etc Jus
tice Emery stated We want to
make a thorough examination and l
will remain Monday and Tuesday I
and possibly Wednesday We will
return with all data necessary to xa
to work on the experiment if the
hoard orders it
Hundiixls Turned Away
London Juno lIThe all nlght
vigil of the admirers of Miss Ellen
Terry who were anxious to get Into
Drury tang theater and witness her
Jubilee matinee performance this af
ternoon ended In tho disappointment
lof hundreds who after braving a 21 1
hour wait outside the pit and gallery
doors fallod to obtain admittance
Mrs KdlrrN luiKrnl
The funeral of Mrs 01 D Kelley
will take place this afternoon at 40
oclock but tho burial has been post
poned until tomorrow morning at 10
An allocation has been formed for
the purpose of supplying under cer
tain conditions spectacles to chlldrei
fit London elementary schools
The Hun often a prize of
10 cash for tho prettiest
yard In each of tho six ward
of Paducah the resident
within n half nillo of thu
city limit being deemed ell
glblo for the contest
Besides UICIMJ prizes for tho
different wants an extra prize
of Aid ru h vf 111 bo l given for
tho prrttlcut yard In the city
at large
The Hun offers UICRO prize
to stimulate an Interest In
handtonio yards
The contests will be decided
July in by A committee to be
selected at a later date
The only condition of the
contest Is that entries
must be subscribers of The
t San
Good 4 room house on Harrison Stt
between 17th and 19th In Fountain
Park on CO by ICC ft lot at 1026 N
cash Lot on Tennessee St between 8lh
and 9th at 375 cash
Some bargains for colored people
In homes on monthly paymenU
Sea This
Good 4 room house on lot 40 by
leG ft on South Side of Madison St
between 13th and 14th only 800s
of this 60 cash and balance In
monthly payment Get home with
jour rent money
Have other houses to sec on same Jc
class payments as low as 660
Now nice 4rooui house with hall
front and back porches bath and
bot and cold water connections
tlisdo trees CO foot lot on North sl r
Madison street between ICth anl1t
r s
fountalr avenue In fountain parkr
Excellent homo at 1800 x4
Fourroom cottage In Ont ratet
ondltlon on North Seventh street at
Thlrteonroora house lot 90 by
173 feet to alloy Z bath rooms sower
connection hot and cold water
throughout all modern equipments I
can be used as tingle or double res N
Idenco location best residence sec
tion of city Nos 419 and 421 N tl
Seventh street Irlco 5500 only b
J 1500 cash and balance on 4 years
412 South 9th St Groom cottage
it 1700
418 South 9th St C room cottage
it 1890
Excellent rental Investment twot
houses C and 3 rooms corner lot
ewer connections houses nearly
new no repairs needed rent 26t
month at 2000q
713 Goebel avenue 4 room In
jiKKl fix with Blablo at 1200 It t
New 2 story 7 room house nice
and well appointed Ft Ave corner
lot frontlet on Lane park at only
No COS Fountain avenue N W
corner HarrUon and Fountain ave
nue very desirable location six
room cottage In excellent condition
Water Inside Trice 3000
Two pieces of latd 10 12 acres
each one near Wallace Iark beet s
bargain of Its class to be had about
the city Price 125 acre One
third cash and balance In one and
two years Other offer I Is about 3
miles out on Cairo road Excel
lent dry land and firstda site 7 t
frontage on road for residence Price
850 Some fine otters In farms near the
city which will rise in value rapidlyxi t
Details given on Inquiry c K
Afew more lots unsold In the Ter +
rell Fountain Park addition at nllt
each on payment of 25 cash and
balance II per month These areY
the best monthly payment lots now
tobe had about the city and will
soon be gone More future rise int
value In these Iota than any you
can get for homes
One Madison street Fountain Park
corner lot at COO Last chance for
e corner lot In that addition at such
a price
Nice 9room N f > th house In four
blocks of postofflco on easy pay
meets at 4000
For Sale Sixroom cottage on S
S E corner 7th and Harrison lot l t
57 ft 9 Inches by 1C5 feet stable
to rvanU house on long easy pay oP 4
ments Only U00 cash See me
for details and get home In best res
idence part of north side
Chance for colored people Have
halt doze houses for sale at price 1
1500 to 1000 on very easy pay
ments Small cash and afterwards
by the month
Now Is I the time to get small
places for country homes Can sell
nice lots from C acres up In vary de se 1
sIrable location near electric carl
9room house C blocks from post
office north side sewer connected
In best part of city at 3COO of this
only 500 cash balance no monthts 0
Three houses on N E corner Cth p
and Ohio streets which rent at 33
a month Price 2500 Fine Invest t
ment No 1141 Clay street new 5
room brick cottage water Inside
one of nicest cottages to be found cb
Price 1800 only 50 cash balance n
laymonts of 1 2 and 3 years
Joining 1141 have 07 feet vacant
which will sell alone or with the
brick cottage Easy terms
Dont forget that I have at alls
times plenty of money to loan da
farm mortgages at six per cent inyp k
forest ten year
Firstclass business property on
both Second and Third street near
roadway licit chance to bo had In
this line of Investmet Ask for de xYJv
Old Phone H1JWI
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