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I PAGE TWO THE PMHJOAH EXENINGrSUNTntmmAr omntm i I 1
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BCIAL SESSION 1
OF LEGISLATOR I
> Pass Law bailing Down
i Louisville Liil
rhiK or Aksctismcnt Case Hero n
Stalb t Hoard uf ltnlin > nd Cum
iiila lonriti
ATM FJGHT ABOUT MONEY
ilxlngton KyNov BA close
end of Goth Beckhani said today
wt he felt certain that tho govdrnor r
buld call an extra session of the leg
attire to doal with tho Loulsvlllo
lid He further said that ho
0e
ought tho governor Would ask the
Islature to aid him In enforcing
ielaw and that there would be std
flied to the general assembly a
111 much Ilko that now In force in L
w York Whereby the governor of r
jo commonwealth has the power to t
rove r any city ofllcer who Is dere
tin his duties and can appoint a
w mayor or other official irho will 1
that the laws are carried out
Tina HoTrnora rrl ndsnle hot l
out ine t way tie was elatightored In 1 I
oulsVllie and Lexington l and Coving
anil say that the whisky peoole
mtrlbuted hundreds of thousands to
fighf on the governor
The next few weeks promise eenia
ienat e4eings about Frankfort t
I
right hear Aid t
Wllllamsburg ky Nor SFlve
roe held up John Freeman
Ito of Pleasant View robbed hIm
twentytwo cents his knife aid
acco The negroes fell out over
jPa j Delicate Wotnan ana Girl
The Old Standard Grove Taste
Chill Tonic drives out malaria 1
d kalldt uptheiBystom Sold by all
J era far 27 years Prftr l1 CPati
i
F LOVES
i
For Dress Street and
f Driving Wear
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Idcap ° and mocha In new
ght inn dark shades of tan
late und gray new styles in
mbrotdorcd backs regular and
adet sizes Dents i F ownes and
idlers brands i to 2GO >
r trictly highclass goods ana
lUrough they cost more than
rer the Btandardr of quality
as trot been lowered owl our
id prices have been maintained
i
1 WinterWeight
ajamas and Night
Shirts
AJAMAS of fine French fans
els and heavy soft flannelettes
T illormade militarY collars
Ithsi k frogs or Illaln1 to
S i
2G < >
lOUT i SHIIlts of fine heavy
ennolcttos in a great variety of
stterns cut full length and am
e tall or military collars silk
ijied or plain fronts 50c to 1
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II
ILThe r Gridiron
N Wcillcs < t
Special v 3 I
ther new lot of these popu
iTcollegtf Jiats giving us again
complete range of sizes Pearls
Maltese colors brm down In
1 t and up belrind or vice
Hand or machine tele
crown Hurry It you want
XJiWtron uch a demand
tiro ihttt we cant keep em in
k I
ifcfey
fey bands college color + of
kinds at Lots
riOI I
the division of tho spoils and th t
throat of one was cut The wound
jiSiJ tJe datML Three egroeeA1t
leged to have beep Implicated I1re
under arrest
arrestllearing
Hearing In Progress
Frankfort Ky Nov 8 The
Illtalo board of railroad commission
era are in session this morning hear
u
Ing representatives from tho varlou
railroads and bridge companies ol1 the
annual assessment Of tangible prop
erty being flied by tho board Amy ng
tho prominent altorrieyi present an o
Col Henry L Stone of the Louis
vlllo Nashvnio John Qalvln an d <
Murray Huhbard of the Cincinnati 1
New Orleans Texas Pacific Jlidfei
lore I rtonor the Lexldgtou IS
Eastern Attilla Cox of the Lou s
vllle Southern 1
INDIAN BOy DtSUUI tH SCHOOL
11tlle PoivulH at Cache Okil1h s
rt lit Aitetulanrc tf Comnnciiiv
Lawton Okla Nov 3A rcpor t
from Cache states that nearly two
thirds of the pupils In tho school at
that place have been taken out of
school because Quanah Parker Jr
a Comanche Indian uoy seven yea rs
old has been permitted to enter
YoUng Quanah was taken to school
by his father about two weeks ago i
Jnn few days patents Were taking
fet l w
oun t
and now the school IB practically at
a standstill because or the presence
of the little Indian Principal J A i
Dlckton has appealed to the school 1
board to get the Indian out This
will probably be done The young
Indian has been a Recalcitrant ever
since His day of entryite didnt t
want to attend u white school and
avowed that he wouldnt but the
hopeful Comanche chief remonstrat
ed against the youngster and kept
him In school by remaining there a
good part Of the time himself The
boy refuses to recite when called
upon and continues to reiterate his
determination not to remain In the
schoolltlhltAN
IIBKMAX OP GUM FAME DRAD f
Originator of Pepsin Chewing prod I
net Expires In Cleveland l
Cleveland Nov 8br Edwin E
Decmati known throughout the coun i
try as a manufacturer of chewing I
gum died early today Twentyflve >
years ago Dr Beeman quit the prac
tire of medicine to makQ gum and i
later ho was associated with W Ji r
White now of New Yotk Dr Bee i
man made a fortune of several mil i
lion dollars as did Mr White It 1 Is i
said that the Idea or combining pe ISII 1
pd
sin with chewing gum was suggested I l I
to Beeman by a young wdman who >
worked In a news stand where ho 1
bought chewing grim At any rate I
after Bcerman had adopted the Idea I
and was making money out of it heI I
employed the young woman and saw
that she was well taken care of when
ho disposed of his gum business
HIKED MAN HEATS IltOPESSOIX
ML S I ipiii Scientist Defeated tor
t glslnturc by His Einplojo
Wlnsted Conn Nov 8Irofes
sor if S Pupln Columbia Universi I
ty Instructor and Inventor of the
ocean telephone was defeated in 1
Norfolk for the legislature today by
his hired man Matthew OBrien n
stonemason by sixteen majority rls
The vote stood OBrien 171 Pu I
pln IRC The other successful can L
pa
didate for representative Is also a
democrat Warren Cornally a coach I
IIman Laborers voted against Profes
sor Pupln because they said lie
brought workmen from San Francisco I
cisco to work on his large country
estate OBrien worked hard to de
feat his employer taklhg a day off
Professor Pupln did no electioneer
ing
HOLDUP STOny HELD A HUSK I
Cuklilrr of Express 011111 lit 1 Alleg
ed Victim of Robbery Loses Job
Burlington Iowa Nov 8L M
Berry cashier of the United States
eo So
Express companys office here who
alleged he had been slugged by a
man who then stole = 300 was dis
charged today by the company The
police state the evidence was strong
o
that Berry himself had taken tho
money and Invented the storjr bf the
robbery The detectives foUnd Berry
had been spending money freely 1
The large dark bruise on his face
which he exhibited as the mark of
the robbers club 1t Is alleged was
produced by acid
Ilvadchia sad Nturalgla from Cold
iLlXVTlVK BROao QuiDlne the wcrid wide I
Cold tad Grip remedy removes cause can for f
f ill mine Look for a gnttue K W Grove He
ITlio I Worm Is not to be blamed for
turnlhg especially when a girl trlei
to bait a hook with him
t K Dont your dog your chi r
dren or your troubles to trouble
your neighborsj 1
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l C JImSIDE 1
I J IS RAILROAD MAN
Mr llavalian Knows Evcij I
Detail I oi Business
l
tins Und Clintgo of Operating DC
lUrfitient Sldltn < Year hllll i
KlIOlYH tire HyMflll
THR STOCKHOLDERS LIKE 1ml I
The Chicago Post anticipating thi °
election of Mr Harahan gives a fill 1
sketch of the career of the illlnol I
Centrals new president Mr Hara
half has many friends In Paducah
and they will read tho sketch will L
lnl rest It Is hero given
yW Hdrahnh has been he oper
nUrts head of the Illinois Central I
system slnco November 1 1890 The I
system u It stands today lea differ
ant one from that of which he tool
charg 1C years ago Ily absorption I
and extension It nas added man y
huttdreds of miles to Its total length I
and Increased Its earning power ma
ny told
foldAll
All tho extension work accom
pushed has toden place under Mf
Harahans personal supervision He
knows every foot of tho roadway
There Is no part of tho work b f
railroad operation with which Mir
Harahan la not practically > familiar
Hie knows the protoed of tnmplhg n
tie He knows i ery8ectl of Wed
machinery of stitch a locomotive Is i I 1
composed add could put them to
Bother like an expert machinist Ho I
can take out u long freight train
and handle the throttle as efficiently
as the most skillful engineer
While deprived dt the beginning g
or his career of a technical training
fro Harahah recognizes the desira
bility of possessing such an experi
ence The pioneer period In railroad
Ing In his opinion has passed and
the t successful J manager of the future
mutt understand the whys and
wherefores of every action Ho must
be the master of the principles oi
operation Science and practice must
bo combined Mri Harahan there
fore Is the warm navocato Of tech
nlcal schools for railroad men or
rather for the yours who alms at
devoting himself to a railroad ca
reer 1 > 11
In this respect Mr Harahans elec
lion Is regarded as Intbo nature ot
a compromise which will be agrcea
ble to the large number of small
IIble
stockholders living along the lines
or the system or In the territory trlb
unary to It They appreciate that
there Is no one to wJlom tub road
owes a larger share of Its present
efficiency and prosperity
VAXDEH11ILT 8KEKS MORE CASH
George AV HcduiTS Expenses and
Charges Admission to Illllmorc
Ashevllle N C Nov 8 The
strike of teamsters and drivers at
Dlltmore is regarded as one of tho
results of George W Vanderbllts re
cently enforced policy of rigid econ
omy He now charges an admission
fee to his estate which formerly was
open to the public Ho liar done
away with heads of departments and
la managing things himself Ho also
has raised the prices of butter milk
and wood with which he has been
supplying Asheville for years The
drivers demand for higher wages be
ing refused In pursuance of his pot
icy of retrenchment the Strike fol l
lowed The strikers show no signs
of weakening antias fir Vander1
bills home is five miles from the vii
lage ot Blttmore and drivers one
teanUtcrs of the village and of A ho
vllle refuse to take the placesof the
strikers Mr and Mrs Vauderbllt are
forced to remain closely at home
A1SiITq ItlI1l11Elisr
cTIIIIW ADMITS it 1 MlfltUEIlS
Slaying of Run Francisco Merchant
1and flanker Art Cleared Up
j i San Francisco NoV SLouls
Dabner this afternoon confessed to
Chief of Detectives Duke that he
and John Slcmsen who Was arrest
ed with him for inn assault on Jew
hadh
committed a Huriiber 6f tho crimes
rythat recently have startled life city
1Ha stated that he and Stetnsen kill
ed William Pfltzner arid William
ofFrledo merchants robbed tho Japa
LSlIeSo bank and murdered Cashier N
Huhataka and also rubbed Dr T D
Iv Leland though for this crime an
other man la now serving Imprison
demeat Dabner made a full and free
statement regarding all these and
elother crimes of which ho and Blem
IIsen had been suspected glace their
esarrest Dabner stated that the
amount taken from the Japanese
Japanesolbal
Misery loves cdmpnny and It rev
ier has that toady feeling 1
H
IXOKMOUS VAXKEE
Jni < s1elerlpiietaLlilth a ntlzz14
Ultltll tuiiMAufnrnoblle f
At Indian Orchard Mass an au
tomobile that saws wood Is one of
the sights of the town Its owner
tilptdrs qroulid tho letsuntil he
ls hailed by some ono + who wishes to
have some wood sawed and then he
clambers out and lets the buzz SAW
fastened to the fear tot i the machine
in rnptJoh x
Andro La Roches who owns the
nutdmobllc Is a sawyer of wood by
trader and his chief assistant In ills
work wAil an old mare A short time
ago JiltwevGr he secured a swap
trade ah automobile for pleasure
purposes alone Finally lie Invented
the contrivance which enables the
machine to help hIm earn tits living
Ho attached a circular iav to the
rear ot the body of tho t machine In
suciia + way that ho carl connect It
with Ills motor and ho added to tho
equipment a largo tank of water to I
cool the same as the machine Was
apt to get overheated when working
too rapid A carrier for holding the
logs to be sawed wasfastencd to the
rear and the antowood sawing ma
kchine was ready for work
Now he chugchugs in style up to
a Wood pile backs his machine In
connects the saw with the motor
anti cuts up a cord of wood In about
ten minutes If It Is a big job he
employs a boy to pass him t i01 sllcka
and takeaway the pieces
The fame of his machine Is cx
toridcd beyond the cohliiies of In
than Orchard and ho often t rides 20
miles to tackle h wobdjule He In
tend tti have the Invention patent
ed j
IO KRAI AN XOIJLKMAVA SUICIDH
WI ronsln IIIUJHT Haiti to Have Once
Stood lllgli In lloyalClrclrg
j
Milwaukee NoV 8 Henry Basse
who was found In a dying condition
Ja Vauwatosa end died nt tho county
hospital Is said to be a member of
tho Gorman nobility whohas wealth
children la Germany Basso Is said
to ImveBorvod with distinction < n the
German army and to have married u
rich widow Ills habits killed her
after they had been married four
years and she Haft her property val
lied at 1000000 to her two daugh
ters Basso came to this country and
drifted to Appleton He became a
vagrant and was sent to the Outaga
mlo poorhouse where liewas nursed
back to health Whlloln the Instl
tutldpLTio told his history to some of
the attaches lie remaIned abelt Ap
pjetbn for ten years Heoen threat
ened suicide He dlO tbd himself
of everything Which hfe thought
would lead to his liiontltlcatlon and
shot himself on the grouhds of the
Lutheran Old Folks home
FINDS COKFIN MIOflIie41NMAUL
Denn
Military Scrrrtnry nt lKnv T Startled
liy Intkapp From Clank
Ddntor Nor 8 When Lieutenant
Colonel Thomas F Davis military
secretary of the department of the
Colorado United States army open
ed his Wall a few days ago he came
across a large brown registered en
velope sent from Cripple Creek and
addressed to the army headquarters
Denver It weighed perhaps half a
pound i t
The colonel opened1 It hurriedly
and Chen Jumped Forout of tho en
velope fell the < inodel of a coffin cut
from a cigar box and covered with
black satin which had been cut and
pasted on with mucilage
The coin Vas written over wllbj j
strange devices and a couple of sheets
of Writing paper scrawled over from 1
top to bottom with daggers and 1
skulls and crossbones The coffin lit
explained was sent to hold the gen
GralBtaff when ° ho got through with
tbell1P r I
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The president of one of the well
known Colleges tells this story of 0110
of his professors of chemistry
Iteems that the professor and his
wife hud not agreed upon sortie do
tncjtlc question tho professor as
BorllljG that his means would not
warrant tho expense Involved Ills
wife had used all her powers of per 4
suasion without avail and at last run I
sorted to theIlnnl fcmlnlnb expedient
d flood of tears At this the pro
fcssor picked up his hat but paused
to remark
remarkYou
You might save yourself tho trou c
Ue of that my dear your tears have
absolutely no effect upon me Why
should they being nothing but com
moa water with a very small percent
ago of phosphorous salts and a trace
of chloride of sodium THanKrs
Weekly
Good for everything a salVe Is usedt t
for Deyitfg Witch Hazel Salve
Get DoWltts Sold by Lang Bros
eIf people are tho right kind they I
aro never unkind
IDnWttts
DirtVltts LlttU Early Risers About
the most reliable pill on the market 1
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You will never has a another opportunity to buy lots 1 in the CIty of t > f
I anuiihstf im
Paducah at these pricesanuiihstf
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The shaded section in map of Paducah on lower left hand cornerS S
shows location of property
Each lot on this tract will be worth from three to four times these r
prices in two years They are worth twice these prices now 7
Alert working people who may never have owned a piece of real f
estate or a bank account in their lives can Commence making money h r
on a proposition like this J 4 Ii
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LOTS SOLD TO WHITE PEOPLE ONLY t >
NO LIQUOR CAN BE SOLD ON THE PROPERTY ° t
SLots 1G
Size of lots 40x155 feet with 20 foot alley <
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Lots on Alexander avenue 100 corner lou 125 of
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Lots on Blcom avenue 125corner lots I 150 S 1
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10 down and 5 per month 10 per cent discount for cash s xP1
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The Kentucky Realty Colt P o I
Room 108 Fraternity Bldg
Old Phone Ml Paducab Ky S C < 1 Q
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Kodol
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qoA awn tawrl
FAds of iitliorx
Keats Jlkod red jwpiwr on hU
tOIlSJ r vV J
Dlckonsrwaifondof wearing Jw J
do
Juaquln Miller nallod all his chairs
to the wall
Edgar Allen Poe slept with his cat
and was Inordinately proud of horI I
Alexandra Dumas the younger
bought a new paInting every time ht
had a new book published
Robert Louis Stevensons favorite
recreation Was playlhg tho flute in
order as he said to tune up his
Ideas
IdeasHobert
Robert Drowning could not sit still
With tho constant shuffling of his
feet holes were worn In the carpet
Longfellow njbyed walking only
at sunrise or sunset and ho said his
BiiliHinost inoods came Upon him at
these times
Hawthorno always washed his
hands before reading It letter from
his Wife Ho delighted In poring
over old ndfertUemtiits In the nuke
iai > er lies
Darwin had no respect for books
and would cut a bid volume In two
for convenience In handling or he
would tear out tine leave lio re
quired for reference
Oliver Wendell Holmes used to
carry a horsechestnut In one pookot
and a jiotatoe In anoher to ward off
rheumatism
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To Xnslivlljt Tiiin and Itutiirn
Tickets on sale Nov 10 and 11
to return November 18 190C
D J ilULLANY Agt
City Ticket Office 430 Broadway
E S BUHNHAM Agt
Norton Street Depot
ROY M IRATHER Ticket Agt
Union Depot
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The easiest way to prepare a quick
breakfast Is to uso Mrs Austins Pan
cake flour
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this way only I about 60 per cent of the burnable proper
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Hue unhurried in the form of gases and smoke In theI I + d
WILSON HEATER i
the Hot Blast DownDraft enters from the top i
circulates throughout and over the fire and produces
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burnable elements fn your fuel thus the Wilson will 4
whive i
of soft coal than any other hcateri or in otlmrwords
your fuel bill will be reduceQ 40 percent
tTs thjs worth considering
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