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VOL XXVII NO 56 PADUCAH < Y WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 9 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
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I WIFE IN HOSPITAL
B i1 HUSBAND HP OK
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t SERIOUS CHARGE
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Ana Mac Graham Makes Her
Way Fram Snantybaat
to Felice Station
Says Fraik Graham Beat Her
and She I at Her
eT t GOES TO CHARITY CLUB ItFin
4a
r
lAMcglng that her hmtand Frank
Graham r thantyboatcr shot at t her I
with a pistol lilt tilght following a I
couno of cruel and atutmaa treat j
meat from him for over a wvcki Mr e I
Anna Mao Graham enijftt safety at j
tho police station 1 last night Her c
condition was nclJ that shOo was I
taken to tho OinrJty clubs rod room
214 South Seventh fttroct In charge
of Mlm Agnes Nation and later ro
moved to Wverdq hospital 1Ibnros
the was too lit this morn g to M ° sDclot
cute her hustad In the city rourtr
Sho claim tbo married Graham m
1two 1 years altO at Mt Vernon huh at
and they came here living In a bouso si
S boat neat tho Ducks Seat up tho r
tbp h rl
I mumpa a few days ago and It Is I M g
legtx that Graham tnlhod her face J
with croton oil and Iodine She nd m
fercd extreme aconji from the effects
of the oils sad tact night she claim cl
Graham knocked her don kick cd b
her and > shot at her with1 a revolver cl
The f escaped and managed to mftVo
grhot
J police Graham 1rH arrcwte early m
this morning by Patrolmen Toler and I ra
Jonrcond Constable A C Shelton A cl
warrant charging him with maJlotous b
s tfcootAK with Intent to kill and with p
out wounding wan Iwuod Tho trial 1and 1
won continued until Saturday in order dl
that hh wife may regain strengtti pi
enough to toetlfy n minat him n
DniRgint Find
Ed mimn I drttwcfet at Ninth PI
2a q
a and no cotta on motion of City Attor Ie
ney Martiq this morning for sown M1g o
rplritous vdtiouf and malt liquor on p
Sunday at hi pU < > o of bushes TJio tJ
flue won paid without a hearinc In I t
police court OlUoti Is 1 raid to has o C
violated the onllnanco last Sunday
Grand Ijirrrtiy Clmrj P
Mary Brawn colored charged with IC
Brand larceny was released on horr I
own rtOgntallKOOr 300 to npPI1lt
beforq limo grand Jury ki circuit court
It the next term She Is ncoisod of d
eteallog MvcnU artlclea of clothlm
from Minnie Pleasant colored who
flve at tho rear of R G Terrells p
4tldl1l G on Kentucky avenue The th
clothes acre recovered add turnover ed p
a
over to tho Pleasant woman s >
Fast Driilng Ie
+ Androw Hunter charged with fast 1 elt
driving alonG Nlirth stroet between 11
Kentucky avemie tad Clark atreeWA
waa tined S He claimed his ho rw A
was fractloua and ho could not 10 1or 1
It whilo Patrolman Cnrtor 6woro or
Hunter waif making no effort to saeIn stop
the horse and further refused to atop PI
when ho haled himal 1
Tho trial of Ih C Jonc rtiorgwl
with pctls larconyt was continued n
until Friday He is accuted of Plcafw
lag leaf tobacco from thei Hodgo to w
e o warchouH NlnUi and Harri
son street J
ti A flno of 20 and awes 5td against hi
E Henry Dixon churgod with brOACh oW
tho POOCOUI
A judgment entered agalivst Oscar al
Hotcrts charged1 with breach of tho Ol
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p aco wa suspended on condition of
his future good behavior M
PCel
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR =
WILL ATTHNU EASTER SERVICES
AT FIRST PRESRYTERIAN I
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After Intpectlon of Oimtnanderj CI
CIThO j
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ri Tho invitation of tho Rev 1h Wu
Burwoll pastofcof tho First Presby ho
tartan church to attend tho Easter 8
service at the church was accepted to
hy tho Paducah commando of tho II
Knights Tomplar Dr Ourwoll is a Ir
Knight Templar and Is n man well of
qualified to deliver an Easter sermon u
of Interest to the Knights Templar II
The commanderyi will attend tho ser
vice In a body
Last night tho inspection of tho
commandory was held by Frank 11
R l Johnson past grand commander of
Louisville Delegations from Fulton
Mayflold and Princeton were present
ond an enjoyable evening was spent
The ladles of the E tell Star served
a banquet lit Gi 30 o lock
National Strike is Voted Almost
Unanimously at Pennsylvanias
Federation of Labor Convention
Leader 01 Street Car Hen
and Delegation Arrive Just t
in Time fa Precipitate Ac
Hon
Newcartlo Pa March 91ho
state federation of tabor today passed
a resolution favoring a national t
strikePrcildcnt
Prcildcnt W D Mahon of the
International street car mens union
followed by ten delegate from Phil
adelphia took the meeting by sur
prise by bursting In at the psycholo
gical moment Mahon asked tho
floor and said the only recourse If 1 f
Arbitration II denied Is 1 a national
rtrlko He then made n triotlon to
that effect It carried with a great
display of enthusiasm almost unanl
atmouafy i ij J J
Philadelphia March 9Thero wan
great Indignation todav over hoo
roooting of Innocent byetsoders In n
nM
riot last night ono of whom was tv
young girl Noncombatants suffered
moro than opposlngpartlcs There
aro many charges today that the
strikebreakers and the policemen are
rwnontlblo for the majority of tho
riots It Is I declared today that tho
general talks Is un ucc < cful because
of a Tack of concerted action by
unions and Individual union men
All Philadelphia hope that tho
cltywHo movement began Voetorday
by the United Business Mens a w
clatlon to bring a quick end to tho
great labor conflict that tins kept the1
City of Brotherly Ipso In a tur
moll for more than two works win 1
0on 0
meet with greater euocesa than ho
Aclfort mado last week fay the Mme
body Thin organization naked tho
Philadelphia Rapid Transit company
and Mayor Rcyburn to arbitrate tho
differences existing Iwtwwn tho com
pony and the mon bat was given no
raUifnctlonThe
The association which Includ eaiho
practically every business mall of any
itsndJt > g In Philadelphia will now on
largo the movement by taking In
other organizations that stand lor tho
progress of the city Thus reinforced
tho member expect to make a united
endeavor in tho Interest of peace and
general welfare
Business especially In the cmtml
part of tho sty has Buffered to anf
extent not known In years and It Is 1
altcnred tho beery spring and Faster
trade will ho seriously disturbed if
aa end I la Trot loon Ibroulbt to the In
dustrial war
warTnulilo I
ramble for Unions 1
I < a1 > or leaders l Intend to tetra tOO 1
present opportunity to organize moro 1
thoroughly the workmen of the city I
Philadelphia baa always been known 1
amcwg i labor people na a nonunion 1
ptease
city dlr rent In thla rotpoct has al 1
Jreadji tJ ntakenln a telegram to t I
Frank Morrison secretary of the
rwSVeshingtm Federation of Labor at
Washington In which tho union led
era ask that Instructions be given to
thD °
Philadelphia union > moo cooperation
and to tend every available organizer
possible to this city Secretary Morel 1
wn replied that ho would arrange t to i
hare general organizer take up tho
work in Philadelphia at once
Tho sympathetic strike has threat
mod a new contest a fight lor the
open shop by ompjoyors afro have
had working agreements with unions
Whoa the strike was called many 1
unions were working under trado t
agreements and hesitated In going
out In sympathy with tho trolley men
That there Is trouble ahead for 1
servo of the Individual unions and 1
employers was indicated I in tho action t I
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DEATH IN rn > E
While Charlolto Adams a
colored woman 99 years old
nodded with her cob pipe In her
mouth Monday tho plpo over
turned and spilled tho flra on
tho front of her drew When
eho awoke It was to the torment
of flames which were envelop
ing her body Help summoned
by her screams arrived but she
was fatally burned and died
this morning at her home 720
North Sixth street
taken iby tbo Mason Bulldora aasocla
flea Thla body has adopted a > tftto
lutlotr protesting against the action
of tho journeymen hrtcWayers in
stopping work and violating antngrce
moot Tho resolution further talc
that If tho men do not return o
work at ono the employcra will pro
ceed with SUM bricklayers as can bo
obtained
Miners Strike
Cincinnati March 0 Operators
foM0 r
an Increaeo in wages and tho eight
hour day at tho opening of the conb
rescues this morning It Is believed
It will Immediately precipitate a
gigantic strike
Mayfield Letter
bc1lerlM1
Dr P J W McKceh died at his borne
on North street this morning at 330
oclock Ho was born In Humphrey
county Tonn In 1852 making him
58 Years old
lie practiced medicine several y care
in 1ngo where be had scores of
friends Dr McKeel became ill with
bronchitis and later developed pnou
byea
Ibo best of medical eklll but oil
proed r frultlm He It survived1 tiy a
wife and a son P W ilcKcol of
Morgaqtovi W Vn He was a memo
bee of tho First Presbyterian church
of this city and In all respects hq
was an upright true and Christian
gentleman I
gentlemanRook Club lntel14lnllI I
The Rook club was most delight
fully entertained Tuesday afternoon i
I
dons
Gardnen at her palatial homo on
North Fifth street
Tho color motif was sots artistic
ally arranged with violets aDd dalrtty
hand pain tod violet tallies to match t
Delightful refreshments wore served I
both at the beginning and tndlng of <
the games > The club prlto was irons I
by Miss Aonltt Melloo the visitors I
prize went to Mtes Jessie Moss 1 of
Martin Tenn gad Miss May nJO omI
Uoaumont received tho cont < ofatlon <
prlzofb03O
Thoso present were Mewlamcs
Waller Den William + J Johnston
WoMor lAndrow Frank Pryor Thebes
FJirthtag Bates > Hakin and Dave
Brooks Misses AnnIe Melloo Pauline
Pitman Marlon Happy Jean Carter
May Btosrom Beaumont Mabel Nor
man Amjo Coulter Jessie Moss and
May Morrow
Mrs T U StovaU and Mrs Art i
Brand returned this morning from
Florida after quite an extended trip
City Option Defeated
Columbus OiMarch 9The Dean
bill giving sties the right to voto on
tho liquor question regardless of 1
whether the bounty went wet or t
dry was defeated IB tho senate by t
a vote of 16 to 18 This probably c
ends aU > liberal liquor legislation this t
session i
f
J J Hill Defends t
Cold Storage Plant I t
Minneapolis Minn March 9Die
cussing crltclsms that bad been pub
llehed all over tho country against
cold storage Institutions James Ji
Hill In his offlco today spoke strong
in behalf of them Widespread
unfavorable discussion Is harmful1
saIdtill strikes directly at the
great principle of conservation and
the detriment of Increased food
supplies to meet a constantly Increas
ing consuming population By means
cold storage products of an un
usually successful season can bo
saved until scarcity makes them ID
THE WEATHER
The predictions and tempera
tw y for tho past twentyfour
hours will be found at the top I
ot the seventh column on jingo I
jingolest II I I
VastoI I
dispensable thus saving tho waste
of products In time of plenty and eufit
Coring In blmo of need I
JalaurP
JllhourUelllpI I
Mayfield Ky March 9wll1 Jat
hour ot Jackson Tenn and 1lIsst J t t
Lora Kemp of this city were millI
t I
riot here with Rev W W Adams
1
offlcatlng They left Immediately
for Jackson
JacksonFuneral
Funeral oi Plait
Oswego N Y rarc19Former I 1
<
Senator Thomas C Platt was laid to I
rest today Tho funeral was In the
little Presbyterian church where ho
worshipped for years There was a
tremendous amount of floral offer
diiThrongl
Throng were even In the streets A
wreath from Taft wax conspicuous 11
FULTON LEADER
IS DESTROYED BY
FIRE BEFORE DAY
Early Morning Blaze of Un
known Origin Consumes
The Binding
V
Total Loss is Estimated at t
About 10000
WELL COVERED IJV INSURANCE
Fulton Ky March 9 Special J I
Fire of unknown origin completely
destroyed the plant and office of the
roFulton Dally Leader this morning
Tho total loss was about 110000
Guy Freeman publisher of the
Leader estimated his loss at 6600
with 4000 Insurance Hayden I
Freeman Insurance office in same I
krobuilding estimates his loss at 2000 I 1
with 1000 insurance the building I
a oneetory brick was valued at 1
about 1500 The building be
longed to E C Reeds and was in
sured Tho Leader will get out a
small sheet today and will resume I
publication as soon aa tho plant tanI I I
bo rehabilitated 1
1I I
Went the Carbolic I utcI I
Mayfleld Ky March 9Jasper I
I
Perkins son of W D Perkins IIlxI
miles northwest of tho city commit I
ted suicide by taking a dose of car 1 I
bollc acid Ho was 25 years old anth
thhad 1
hla young wife had recently aeparI 1
ores and HI waIf f and domestic
troubles are the cau es assigned for
the act although he eft no cote giv
ing his reasonti
1
In Federal Court I1 t I
Suit has been fllcdtln federal court 1 I
by the J T Morgan Lumber corn
pang against the West Kentucky Coa1
company of Paducah for 300l
c
Tho plslnUIrs allegehlial ther con
tracted with the coal company toI I
tow a log raft from Paducah toI
Drookport the raft being valued ath t
8000 The plaintiffs cay a landing
1
was not properly made and part ott t
tho raft was lost 1ioG ft worth of
1
the t logs being recovered
PADUCAH MEASURE WILL
BE CALLED UP TOMORROW
City Solicitor Campbell received a
telegram from Senator Eaton stat
ing that the bill authorizing cities
of the Second class to ksno tenyear l
special assessment bonds for street
Improvement purposes will be talltg
up by tho rules committee cither to t
day or tomorrow f
PADUCAH LINE TO
LOUISVILLE OFF
ac
EVANSVILLE DISPATCH SAYS c
nOON HAS UOUGHT TillSa
END OF IdSEt t
Evansvllle Ind March 0 George
W iRhgon of Henderson has bought P
tho tock of Capt R C Arnold in d
tho EvansvlHo and Paducah Packet tl
company1 precluding the possible con p
eolldatlon of tho Louisville and Evans
vfllo Packet company with tho Evans
villo and Paducah Packet company
for a through floe from ILoulsvlllo the 0
the purchase city
Captan < Ragon will resume IbeS
operation of the boats In the Evans t
vIMo and Paducah trado as soon aa
needed repairs can be mado cm tboe t
two steamersv
Captain Arnold purchased the stock e 11
about a week ago from Captain Harry I
Gilbert At that tlmo the coats in
tho lino were laid up ponding a rof
organization A little later rumors v
of a consolidation with the Louisville
Packet company wore set afloat I
It Is understood that practicably allI l
the old stockholders bare signed over c
their stock to Captain Ragon Mr
iflgon Is a river man of experience
He has operated several boats on the
Ohio
It was understood that options also
were held on the Loutevl lieEra oa
v llo line operating tho big aide
wheeler Morning Star andtbo Para °
con with tho purpose In view of run
ning these two and the Joe Foal ° f b
and John S Hopkins between Padu
11
cah and LoufsvlHc a boat leaving
hero for up the river points werjda3 h
No word has boon received by Mr 5r
A Fowler of the Paducah I3vanevlllo n
Faducohlsvanew111I11ne IA f is w
abandoned but Evansville papers as m
yapcralaumo 1 m
McCracken County is Eliminated
From Military Report and It Is
Adopted Graves Bill is Passed
Makes Five Years Limit For
Commonwealth to Pursue
Property For Taxes Work
of the Legislature Today
Frankfort Ky March 3 Special I
In the senate the military commit
tee report was adopted after being
changed by striking out references to
troops In MeCracken and Grayson
counties In the house the Graves
bill providing that proceeding last
fated by the commonwealth In the
sale of property for taxation shall be
begun j within flue years after such
rights first accrued was passed
Senator Pay atar mado a brief ad
dress in both houses
The senate passed the bill provid
0lag for a moro uniform system of
school books Senator Thomas scored
tho American Book company which
ho said had a representative on the
board of regents In ono of the Nor
mal schools
schoolsLinn School Rill
At the afternoon session of tho
senate the Linn school bill amend
ing and Improving the Sullivan law
passed two years ago wns passed 2G
to 0 The bill was amended to In
crease the number of children con
stituting a school district from thirty
to forty A companion measure al
ready has passed the house Senate
bill 134 giving additional power to
bud t
leaving the salary of the secretary as
Ilt now la passed 33 to 9t
To Pay Reform School Deficit
Senate bill 228 appropriating
147000 I to pay a deficit in the ex
penses of iho house of reform also
passed by a vote of 20 to 0 The com
mlttce reporting the bill recommend
ed that tho appropriation be cuttO
80000 Prison Commissioner Fin
ley Fogg spoke In favor and explainb
cd tho need of the appropriation
Senate bill 587 Newcorab amend
Ing section 3858 Kentucky statutes
and providing for tho abolishing of
tho filing of an Inventory or sale bill
aget ee
faroteblt y
reported Judge Arthur Peter who
ffVmtlnued on race Four
I
Commercial Club Meetingc
Tho Commercial club will meet
tonight and will hear a report lromI I
tho committee appointed to raise aI I
bonus to retain tho Ed Roos com v
pany In tho city As tho Insurance
adt
justed the company Is ready to b e 1 i
g in work on new building and the
meeting tonight will bo Important
Several flattering offers have been
received by tho company from other
cities but If inducements are offer
iducah i j
t
I
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Fine Concert TonightJ j
Ono of the most entertains as well I
as meritorious concert organizations
on tho road Is itho Constance Balfour
company which will appear tonight tat f t
at tho Kentucky theater under the a
auspices of the Womans club Flat t I
tcrlng press notices everywhere the r I
company has appeared Indlcato tho a
character of tho performance It
waa only because tho company was s
laying at Cairo and had an open t t
date that It could bo secured for
this city on terms that mado tho com
panys appearance possible heroC I
HE WOULDNT DIE HIMSELF
SO TIIEV MADE HIM DIE
Greenwood Miss March 9Par
son Wallace a negro preacher was
taken from tho county Jail and lynch
ed shortly before noon A death I
watch had been maintained aloe o
engagedk
In a revolver fight with a policeman
In which both were seriously wound
ed A mob surrounding tho jail
was kept quiet by a statement that 1 f1
01Valnce probably would die When II
It was known ho might recover the w
mob took him from the jail Tho I c
officer shot by Wallace will recover g
e
COUNTRY CLUB PURCHASES d
BLOOMFIELD PROPERTY
t
Lato yesterday afternoon tho
Bloomflcld homo located on the
m
Blandvlllo road a short distance from
Wallace park was purchased by mem
fees of the Country club The deal f
has been pending for several days
but tho sale was not completed unUl i
yesterday The club will erect n
8
new modern club house Golf link Li t
will be laid out and other arrange f
tins o t
members In athleUcst
GATES WHALE i
Galveston Tex March 9
John W Gates is to buy a
whale according to word ro
cclvcd hero today from Port
Arthur where Gates is stop
ping The whale Is ninety feet
long and was captured alive by
the government tugboat Flor
Ida off Sablno late yesterday
A second tug went to tho as
sistance of tho Florida and
> after a fight with tho monster
> towed it into the Southern Pa
cilia slips at Sablno wharf Tho t
whalo Is said to be tho first tt tt
> ever captured in this part of t
tho gulf and Gates is said to t
have wired an offer of 5000 t
for it The whalo was still I
alive today and spouting at in
tervals I
S
BXTERIOR WORK
ON CUSTOM HOUSE I i
NASHVILLE MAN COMES TO SU
lEm TEND OPERATIONS
IfFYtEY
lodet Y
for tho remodeling of tho exterior of r
8he postofflce and Moore dt Sons of t
Nashville who secured tho contract
will begin work as aoon as the weath
er < opens up Men arrived on tho I
ground this morning and were busy
taking measurements The real work
will bo done by the FosterHerbert
Cut Stone company of Nashville
and j it Is 1 Intended to complete tho
building as soon as possible althoU h
It will be impossible to complete tho
remodeling by April 1
Mr Robert ElHott general man
ages of tho atone cutting company
was In the city today and said tho
work has been delayed because the
company did not want to tear down
the front wait during bad w thorI I
With tho first pleasant days tho I
stone will be removed and the new
stone will be unloaded from the
cars and placed In position as it was
cut according to measurements at 1
w41m 1
tha °
IrkI I
I
THE COURT OF APPEALS
DECIDES LOCAL CASES j
Frankfort Ky March 9 Special
The appellate court reversed ail
lea vs the I C railway and affirmed
tho Mechanics and Farmers Savings
Bank and Trust company vs Kattor
John from McCracken county
Glad to Get Rack j
Sam Kiser colored who escaped
from tho county jail a tow weeks a
ago returned this afternoon and s
gUll himself up The Illness of hiss
mother down In Tennessee ho gave c
as his reason for leaving it abruptly I t
After seeing her and waiting until t p I
she was Improved he voluntarily re
turnedORDELIA
CORDELIA MAKES
RUN FOR LIBERTY
I
I
PLUCKY DYOUSRUim GIRL R 8I I
CAPES FATHER AND HAS I
JOINED HER LOlmI I
I
After her brother W W Smith 1
had given her a 1 > bill to do chop
ping this afternoon Cordelia Smith
whoso attempted elopement is to 1
counted on page 8 caught a Union
station street car almost before the
eyea of her brother and father and
disappeared Smith sworo out a war
vatS
rant before Judge Cross at 230
oclock this afternoon against Edward 1
Watcoa + charging him with coaxing a
female 1C years old away from her
homo and parents I
Watson was seen in pursuit of thOI I
thm it I
It is believed tho pair will elude all
plans to catch them again
William Smith tho girls fatther
failed to get away from Paducah thist t
morning and remained over until this
afternoon Tho girl made premise c
to her father and brother but at thOt
thOtIlrst I
first opportunity oho got away Sho
had not been caught at 3 oclock and l
the police aro looking for her 1
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FIRST NATIONAL
WILL OPBN BIDS
ON NEW BUILDING
All Stone Structure at Third
Street and Broadway
Now Certain
April 4 is Data I Set For Let
ting Contract
BANK MERGER COMPLETED
Directors of the First National
bank and the Globe Bank and Trust
company agreed today to merge un
dor tho namo of the First National
asI bank
arrangements can bo perfected
Bids will bo advertised for In x
few days for the erection of a hand
some now building for the First Na
tional bank at Third street and
Broadway It will be occupied solely
IOlelyby
Bby
by the bank and will be one of the
prettiest bank buildings In the state
The cost will be about 40000 Bids
will bo opened April 4 and It Is ex
pected to have tho work underway
early In tho summer
The building will have a frontage
of feet nine Inches on Broadway
and will extend back 67 feet and 9
bor
constructed of stone although tho
kind has not been decided on dent
nitely in the front of tho bank
heavy plate glass windows will be In
stalled while the lower windows will
be protected with heavy Iron guafds
The main entrance will be on Broad
way and large bronze doors will
make < tho budding moro attractive
On the inside the building will ber
particularly attractive and conven
iently j arranged The ceiling wilt be
43 feet high Around the walla will
be a marble walnecoatlng and the hit
terlor Tvlllbo made more attracfFro
by large columns of scogllola AI
tllough i not included In the building
contract i the building will be equip
poi i with a now modern fireproof
Dropmorq
vaultThe
The bank directors have been con °
sJdering the erection of a new homo It
for over two years and abaft two
dene j
rhoewas
tanks now aro erecting separate
separawbulldlnga
1Architect W L Bralnand drew tho
design for the building and virtually
has completed his plans A commit
tee from the directors has been ap
pointed to receive the bids and ad
vertisements will appear In the next
Issues of some of tho contractors
SJournals
journals
JournalsCITY
CITY BALi CLOCK DOESNT
KIT THE > HOLES PREPARED
r +
It will be ten days before the city
hall clock will bt Installed Plat
forms seem not tohavo been placed
just right tho openings for tho Jlala
are n half Inch larger than the dials
tpd
stead of twentyfour have been
strung The representative of the
company Is reolng after the corset
tion of these details before he can
place tho clock in position
HIS POCKETS PICKED
WHILE LOOKING ROUND
J N Marlin a farmer living at
atY
around Paducah seeing the sights
about noon today and when be felt
for his pocketbook It was missing
from his hip pocket Ho reported the
loss to the police and It Is believed
a smooth pickpocket has been oper
ating bore Tho purse contained a
gold certificate for 100 and a duo
bill for i8 besides several valuable
papers Martin arrived hero last
night and says ho had his purse three
hours before ho missed It
Chicago Market a
0bray High Low Close
rdwheat 113U + 1144 113 14
Corn i C3Ts G244 63 °
rOats 45 44 4414
Prov3535 2192 2535
Lard 1390 13Go 168U
1337it
I tnilM UP Too
St Louis March 9A glowing i
tribute to tho meat strike In St Louh
came from the stock market today
when the best hogs set a price of > W
to 1V35 The price of mutton also
touched a new mark lambs being
quoted at 935

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