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VOL XXVIII NO 83 ADUOAH KY SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 15 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
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I Voters Last Chance To Register Tuesday 6 am to 9 pm
DAMRON DID NOT
AMBUSH MADRY AS
FIRST REPORTED
Victim of Shooting In Living
ton Is Slowly Recov
ering
Fire at Greenville Destroys
Mill
A VIKH 1 1OUVI 1 HNCOXKOIOUH
t u r
Hmllhland K J > v Oct 16 8po
cnIFarts brought out at tho
preliminary hearing ot Stoke Dam
ton of IlvitiRtton county cnargta
with tho murder of Finis Madry
dliprovo the first story of nn ambus
Tads Damron who offered no dc
tense was hold to tho grand Jury
but It Is I believed ho will Introduce
a pica of self dufunlu If tbo tact
that ho did tho hooting U estab
lished by the state Tho three Madry
boys were tenant on Damrons placo
mat thuro had been trouble between
them on account of shooting The
night of this affair all of them were
returning from church tho Madry
boys In tho rear There was some
shouting and Damron went back
and ordered them to stop That
was tint end of tho affair for the
time Damron passed the Madry
boys home and wont to his own on
the same place lAter U Is alleged
by the Madry boys ho returned to
their homo with a gun and as they
were pausing through their Kate ho
shot FlnU Madry without warning
However a states witness testified
at the hearing that he heard two
revolver shots before ho heard tho
report of tho cun supposed to have
bran fired uy Dnmran
Madry is improving and it Is I ex
pected ho will recover
hire at Orwnvlllc
Greenville Ky Oct 15 Spe
cial > Flro early this morning do
ttroyed the grist mill oJMr Itoark
together with the elevator contain
lug SfiOOn bushels of new wheat
The Ire U t supposed to have orlKl
nntelfrom nn engine spark Cen
trill City fire department was called
nut
Mob In I Iulliil
Ijiwrenctiburg Ky Oct 1C Spe
e1II l l > b l r Loner1 wlfa was
found Hi a MmlcotiMlous condition
near her hem anal bla brotherin
luw woro out a warrant charging
1nlOl l with nHftrenthiB her A mob
termed to get him but ho won Hplrit
ed away to jail Ho denies tho
chirge The belief that ho Js 1 In
nocent
ladle Krttl Return
Circuit Judge WUUam need re
turned last night from CMnton where
he has been prodding as pedal
judge for tho pail wceV With tho
exwptlon of two cases tho criminal I
and common law dockets wore speed
fly 1 iUtioed of and Judge Reed will
rturrI I tjj a 10 hlllr these two
11M I nod lake up the equity docket
whl h will consume possibly four
day Judge Rood has been the re
cipient ot many comments on his
ability In hurrying through the
docketsMIISS
MISS HAYKH WIIIi WKI
irnmldmiKlitif 01 Jrffrrfon Ilavn to
Mnrry Artist
Colorado Springs eel Oct 15
It was announced hero today that
Miss Lucy Hayct granddaughter of
Jnfferron Davis Is to wed GeorGo
Uowioy Young ton ot the lato lIar
voy Young the famous painter W
western londicapos No date for the
weddlna has been let Miss Hayes
mother Mrs Margaret Howcll Jet
fnrton DaVe JIayea won tho daugh
fur of Jefferson Davis
TORRID pyuJiJJTrs n ic
Sliulny J p mChlhlttII meet
hip I
Sunday 1hhtWhnt fro You
Wiiltlni For
Monday 11tht1Iao You n
HcaHon Tuesday 11thtTho Mint Im
portant Question That Any Miami
Ever Asked nnd Answered
AY lnedny Night Who Is
Jesiw 7
Thursday Niglrt Ono of the
Bnddest Utterances That Kvcr Fell
From Iho Lips of the Sou of fiml
Fildajr NIKhtITho Way of Life
Mndo ns Plain us Day
fIr
1sMII
Walter Wellman Starts Across
Atlantic Ocean In His Dirigible
Balloon America This Morning
Wind Carries Air Craft Out to
Sea and Wireless at Noon
Tells of Success of Voyage
Up to That Hour
Atlantic Oily N T Oct lliWnl
ler Wollman with Mervin Canlraa
a noted engineer with a crew of six
in tho great dirigible America
alerted shortly after 8 oclock this
morning in an attempt to crow the
Atlantic ocean After bo got Into tho
air a heavy wind carried the balloon
seaward Wolimnii tilgnallcd that the
European voyage had started Tho
balloon disappeared In the tog
At 1105 tho first wireless from
tho dirigible American wan re
colml here It rdadv Headed
northeast AH well l oh board Ma
chinery working fine Good bye J
IrwlnWflJIman
WflJIman carried a wireless instru
ment
Make cnn In 11n hip
Wachlngtoa Oct oInudo
QrahameWhlto tho Encllth aviator
flow from Bcnnlngs race track to
Washington a distance of three
miles and mado a wiceewf ul landing
In executive avenue between the
While Rouen and ito date war and
nar i building Tho flight wu raado
for Iho purpose of paying rcpcct
to Con Allen chief signal officer of
tho army
Official business In line big govern
ment building was Mtppondod In or
der to welcome the aviator
With Ilorrllt ease Mr 1 White after
luncheon with army and navy
olTlrorK attended from the narrow
street t and railed away toward 1 the
Washington munum nl and buck < to
Bentrings a distance of more than
three mlkw as tho orow flies
The ascent was even more difficult
Ulan the one Mr White performed
In alighting In tho street upon hit
arrival 1
I arrival11unlan
Voiunn Avlntor loin Medal
Now York Oct UIO Aero
nnuWcnl society baa awarded lie gold
aviation modal to Mrs Frank trialah
of New York a j < recently made
mirrettful fll hlii for Rhort distances
In an aeroplane parity of her own
Invention Tae la tho fir < woman
to recofvo recognition from the ro
eltHy
Another Message
Atlantic Highlands N J Oct 1C
The United Aerial IllAtion received
tho following raowago front Walter
WoHmnn at 145 thlu afternoon
Alrthlp America Sea Is very
smooth Wo aro not crowding our
motor hard AvornRin fifteen miles
nn hone All going well Wellman
COI JOHN K 1 IIKNimiCK
PMiASIM WITH illS TRIP
to
lion John K Hondrlck returned
this morning from Owonaboro whore
ho spoke yesterday afternoon in the
Interest of hla candidacy for tho
Democratic nomination for governor
Ho was on tho stump with three oth
er candidates James U McCreary
William Adams and Mayor William
Head of Louisville and tho speakers
mode things lively On Thumlay
tho candidates spoke at tho Hendor
tOn fair and on both das addressed
largo crowds CqloueJ Hondrlck waif
pleased with the encouragement lie
received at tho speakings
Business Situation
For Week Tleasing
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Bank clearings 582372
Business this wedk has been a
MiUo more brink than It has boon for
several weeks All lines report a
picking up of trade white the bank
clearings are showing up bettor al
though this week there were only
five business days Retail merchants
THE WEATHER
The prediction amid tempera
turn for tho past twentyfour
hours aBI bo found at the top
of tho seventh column ou ingo
tam
r
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1
BOXES HOT
Springfield Mo Oct 1C
J Stanley Ketchel mlddlo
weight champion of the world
S was slot through tho right lung
S early today ou the ranch of R
K DIckoreon flvo miles from
Conway Mo A message says
Ketchel was shot In a quarrel
S with a man named Hurd who
la said to have escaped Blood
hounds went on the trail
TORNADO SWEEPS
CUBAN PROVINCE
KIlLH IIUlRii > PICOIIH AND
111IDi S ACROSS FIXJHIDA
KEYS
Key West Oct lliTho burn
cane from Cuba split early today
tho more powerful division heading
northeastward This swept across
the Florida keys between Miami
and Knight Key damaging the to
bacco crop Lives lost in Santa
Clara province Cuba uro estimated
at between 75 and 100
Painting he Ktiliulplpc
Down at tho water works A force
of man haw a job that few people
will gIve them competition The Job
lilt painting tho standpipe which Is
175 feet high Tho Interior of the
standplpe It l painted first The paint
er are aboard a float and tho water
I lowered In the pipe 111 they paint
When the bottom U I reached the
painters will crawl out one of the
main pipes
llrlde and Groom Visiting Hero
Mr and Mm Jack E Flthor of
Benton are in tho city today visiting
friend and receiving congratulations
on their marriage In Cairo this week
They had planned to keep the wed
I
ding a secret for several weeks but
the news leaked out Mrs Fisher was
Miss Bvallo Martin a popular young
woman of Birmingham She Is tho
daughter of Mr and Mrs O W Mar
tin and W well known In this city
where she has visited Mr Fisher
Is an enterprising young lawyer of
Benton with many friends In Padu
cah lie Is tho older eon of tho late
Judge Fisher formerly county judge
of Marshall county They will reside
In Benton where their now home
will bo completed la a few days
UNION MEN WILL PLAY
BASEBALL TOMORROW
For the benefit ot the boiler
makers and machinists of tho JIll
nois Central shops the pick of tho
two teams from these organizations
will play n ball game at League
park tomorrow afternoon The line
ups will be Boilermakers and Ma
chinists Cathoy c Dickey p Hart
Ib Hart 2b Ford 3b Mercer as
Burton rf Dixon chi Clark rh
Fuller utility
Hooks Brahlc c Runyan p
Block Ib Harper 2b Hanntn 3b
Cox SB Harper If Carroll chi
Williams rh Evans utility
Tho game will start at 2 oclock
report that tho Influx of shoppers
from surrounding towns bas been
good whllo tho wholesale concerns
report that shipments are good
IUmber companies aro busy filling
order and this lino laB taken a de
cided jump The walkout at tho
Illinois Central shops Is being
watched cloroty tiy all business men
with tho liopo of an early Ewttle
ment
I
Child Dies In Camp
Taken critically 111 while passing
through Padncah tho 1yearold son
of Brock Burton an Itinerant 1 horse
trader died at Paris Tenn last
Sunday Burton had been camping
hero and when hu loft for Tennes
see tho child became 111 dying In
the tamp in Paris
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FIRST TRAIN OVER
BURLINGTON INTO
METROPOLIS ILL
Will Arrive There Tomorrow
Afternoon and Be Met by
Robertson
Regular Service Will Soon be
Installed
I
CITIZENS ARK VIUJIA KXC1TKI
d
Tho first passenger train to pass
over tho newly completed hernia
Southern line of the Burlington from
Hernn to Metropolis will leave Her
rln tomorrow and arrive at Metrop
olis at 3 oclock In the afternoon
Tho excursion will be met there by
the ferryboat Q W Robertson ot
Paducah which will leave here at 2
oclock arriving with tbo excursion
The excursionists wll come to Pa
lucah peadlnff a short time and re
turn late In the afternoon Tho Rob
ertson will make a trip at night also
Just as soon However as the
proper yard facilities can bo estab
lished Metropolis will be made the
starting point rOIl all trains the
Poriall
trains leaving here In the morning
and returning at night
A box car has Jbeen rigged up
with windows anddoora for n tem
porary depot and Its equipped with
a telephone service for the trans
action ot business The division
officers are now at Marlon arrang
ing for a transfer ur the offices to
this city
Uecd lJJletl
Mattlo t Pago to II P Brooks prop
property
Mr and Mrs J R Kuckella and 0
R Hatoy to B L Abaratba property
In the county Jl000
coVtnly1i000n
In Circuit Court
Will ClilMcra filed rult against M
D Campboll for J 10250 alleged due
lie alleges that they retained a law
firm for a fee of 250 and each was
to pay half The plaintiff alleges that
ho was required to pay the whole
mount and now seeks to recorer the
money plus the Interest
Fannie Kitcoyao filed suit against
James and Lizzie Marable for her
lower Interest In properly located
on Jackson street between Seventh
and Eighth street She seeks to re
cover 32445 the value of her
lower or oiuMhlrd of the rents
Woman Got Champion
Chicago Oct 1bMiss Dorothy
Campbell of Hamilton Ont won tho
vomaii international golf champion
ship on the Homewood links hero
this afternoon by defeating Mrs T
X > Hardln of Tavistock Eng two
up and ono to play j
PRIMARY LAW IS
CONSTITUTIONAL
ILLINOIS NOMIVATIOXS OF SKI
TKMIJKR 13 WILL STAND
Springfield III Oct lliTho
stale supreme court upheld tho con
stitutionality of the Illinois primary
law TWo court sustained the de
murrer of Attorney General Stead
to the petition of Joseph Mclncnnoy
and Charles Estey who argued that
tho law In limiting tho number of
legislative candidates was unconsti
tutional Mclnenney and Estey had
applied for a writ of mandamus to
compel limo state board of canvassers
to place their names on the official
ballot As a result the legislative
omlnatlons of September 13 will
standChief
Chief Justice Vickers announced
that Justices Farmer and Cook
Democrats and Hand nnd VIckers I
Republicans voted In favor of the
law i and Justices Cartwrlght Dunn
and Carter Republicans dissented
Chicago Market
Dec high Low Close
Wheat 951 6 911 95
Corn 47 > 4 4CT4 47 H
Oat 314 SOiVi 30 4
Mr L K McCabe returned to
Princeton this morning
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Ice War Results in Indictment of
BreweriesThey Are Charged With I
Conspiring to Reduce the PricE
Plumbers are Not Indicted
and Guy Dean Is Dismiss
ed Makes Final Report to t
Court
No Indlcmets were returned to
day by tho grand Jury In the alleged
conspiracy among the plumbers of
tho city and the grand jury returned
the minutes referring tho caso t to
the next grand jury
Charging a conspiracy to reduce
the price of the ice and drive out
competition tho grand Jury d
an Indictment this afternoon against
the Paducah Brewery company the
Frank Fehr Drawing company the I
Cook Brewing company the Bender
son Brewing company and the An
hcuKcrBuEth Brewing company
This Is tho outcome of the Ice war
Before the Paducah Brewerji l went
Into the business cutting the price i
the Paducah Ico company had most
of tho business Afterwards tho Ice
company began and handled Wolde
manns beer at cut rates Tho indict
ments are the result of the local Ice
war which brought about reduced
prices
The grand fury made Its final re
port this afternoon when two In
dictments were returned A num
ber of cases were referred to the
next grand Jury The cases ills
missed are F C Baldree false
swearing Harry Williams Bob
Qrlins and Claud Mason robbery
Dick Allison > grand larceny The
cases referred to tho next grand
Jury are Ed Mitchell Bob Dcboe
trespas Henry Sparks malicious
striking John Brenenridgo rub
ber Claud Roes petit larceny Ed
Wood malicious striking Arthur
Bryant grand larceny J Ira Taylor
robbery
Dean Xot Indicted
The graml Jury failed to Indict
Guy Dean who was dismissed at the I
examining trial for taking part In I
the Pool road murder The only In I
dictment returned was against
Tonunlo Fnrrln who Is I In Jail upon
tho strength of his confession By
agreement his bond was fixed nl I
f t000 today and his attorneys say I
that he will execute bond In a few I
days No Indictment was returned for I
John Hunt for whose arrest a war
rant was sworn out In the county
court charging him with the Pool
road murder
Twentyeight Indictments 1 I
Twentyeight Indictments were re I
turned this morning by the grand I
jury when It mado a report Most I
of the indictments were for persons I
pot before the court and the names
of the defendants were not given I
out However tho grand jury did a
little Investigating and returned a
batch of Indictments against women
for maintaining nuisances in the I
city
cityTho
The Indictments given out areI I
Julia White malicious cutting Alo
vlous Harrison malicious cutting
Mllus Stewart malicious cutting
Rnchael Jackson murder Howard I
Warsaw petit larceny Brooks Hob
son petit larceny Champ Howard
petit larceny Ed Vasseur appro
priating money of another to his I
own use
Tho grand jury also filed Its re
port on the public buildings After
the cursory inspection the grand
jurors reported that the county
almshouse was In good condition
nnd that tho Inmates received good
food and attention Tho county
jail was reported In as good condi
tion as possible but recommended
that tho county needs a new build
Ing In order to have better anal
tary conditions Tho court homo
and yard were reported In good
condition
Prisoners Sentenced
Tho prisoners convicted at the
criminal session were sentenced this
morning by Circuit Judge need
Under the now law tho prisoners
are not sentenced for any definite
number of years but the prison l
ny
commissioners decide how many
years tho prisoners shall be confined I
In the penitentiary There was only
ono white prisoner Ford Jackson
charged with obtaining money by
false pretenses and ho was sen
fenced to servo a term ranging from
ono to five years Also there Ib only
ono woman Mettle Mclleynolds col
ored charged with grand larceny
who was sentenced to the Frank
fort penitentiary for a term of from
ono year to five years
The colored men sentenced aro
Dan Owens malicious striking on o
to five years Albert Berger horse
stealing two to ten years Henry
Dell breaking storeroom one to
S 5555
FATAL BLOW
Enid Okla Oct 15Kld
Fisher fifteen of Falrvlew
Okla is dead at Mono Okla
and the authorities are seeking
> Frank Hall aa a result of a
boxing match there last night
In the eleventh round of what
was to have been a 15 round
fight Hall struck Fisher a bow
At the base of the neck Fisher
lived five minutes Hall es
ailed in the excitement
S
5 55S5
five years George Knapper ob
taming money by false pretenses
ono to five years Griffin Moore
grand larceny one to five years
Freeman Torlnn colored convict
ed on the charge of malicious cut
ting was granted a new trial The
motion of Mattie McRcynolds for a
new trial was overruled
Civil Cases
A Davis vs Lr Davis divorce
granted
lute vs lute amended petition
filed
C D Palmer guardian vs O D
Palmer motion to set aside order
confirming sale of real estate by
master commissioner filed
Suits fur Divorce
Katie Jones filed suit for divorce
from James Jones aljos James Drake
alleging that her husband Is guilty
of cruel treatment and that last I May
she was driven from her homo after
a fistic encounter Last Saturd y
In circuit court Drake was acquitted
on the charge of tho murder of John
Qlbton Attorney for Drake were
busy preparing a divorce petition on
his behalf when served with a notice
of the wifes application for divorce
Irene Marie and William Ray filed
suit against the Metropolitan Ute
Insurance company for the payment
of a policy of 167 held on the JIfo
of their brother David nay who
died September 26
Alice Wood filed suit against Ed
win Wood for divorce The couple
married DecenVbsr 21 1907 and
separated In August 1909 when the
alleges that her husband abandoned
her She asks for a divorce and tho
restoration of her maiden name
Alice Taylor
Herbert Rice filed suit against the
Paducah Traction company for dam
ages as the result of alleged personal
Injuries He alleges that ho was
riding In an express wagon that was
struck by a street car and he
suffered permanent Injuries He sues
for 1500 damages and expenses
during his illness
Ruby May Rudolph filed suit for
divorce from her husband Alonzo
Rudolph The couple married In
1897 and separated AiigU8t22 1909
when she alleges that her husband
abandoned her She asks tora di
vorce and the restoration otjf her <
maiden name
Ora Miller filed suit against the
Paducah Traction company lor dam
ages as a result of aleged personal
Injuries She was riding In an ex
press wagon that was struck by a
street car It Is alleged
Lula Jackson filed milt against
the Paducah Traction company for
damages as a result of alleged per
sonal injury
GIRL WANDERS IN
STREET HOMELESS
IIKR RROTHKR IN MEMPHIS
SAYS UK WILL SKND IIKR
A TICKET
Wandering on the streets and ap
parently without any home Ethel
Hollls a pretty girl about 17 years
old was picked up by the police last
night near Seventh street and Ken
tucky avenue She was taken to the
polce station and then to Riverside
hospital She did not appear 111 but
9sine was placed In bed and today an
girly
said that she came to Paducah about
six weeks ago from her home in
Memphis and part ot the time had
9been employed at a laundry She I
claims to have been a stenographer
n Memphis and said that her moth
herm
brother W I Hollls was notified
and today he notified the hospital
that he would send a ticket and the
girl will be tent to her homo tomor
row She does not appear Irra
tional
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PRINCETON SHOPS
HAVE TROUBLE OF
SOME KIND TODAY
Special This Afternoon Says
Illinois Central Men Go
Out
Both Sides Here are Still
Optimistic
RUMORS ARK ALL UNFOUNDED
1
Princeton Ky Oct 16Spe
8pedallIlJllols
dallIlJllols
Central carmen were
called out here today
About 21 airmen here and at
Cedar Bluff and llopklnsvllle went
out on a sympathy strike on account
of the trouble at Paducah
aducahI I I manifested nochange
fested in the Illinois Central shop
situation today but all parties are
atlll optimistic of a speedy settle
ment The men apparenetly ara
still insistent on recognition of a
general committee from all the
unions to present the grievance of
the carmen while the railroad offi
cials apparently regard the car
mens committee alone the proper M
ono with which to treat
Rumors were thick today but aa
fast as they were stated to the m
etal and union men they were de
nied It was said a proposition was
made by the company to the men
but this was denied on both sides
Then a report that the officials had
said It the men did not return to
work at once the shops would be
shut down until January was car
ried to tho offlclaji who denied
making any kind of threat There
Jwaawto be nbv iwinioilty Coward
the other side expressed either by
the lenders of the unions or the offi
dials and it may be authoritatively
stated any rumors heard on the
streets are false
Yesterday afternoon a committee
from the employee with the excep
tion of the carmen called upon Mr
R W Bell superintendent of ma
chinery on Invitation but did not
discuss any grievance Both aides
soy that only general topics were
taken up
Today E W Willard of Cen
advIsoryboard
board of machinists and J H Gore
of Memphis a member of the ad
visory board arrived and were In
conference today A F Carr of
Clinton III district president of the
blacksmiths on the Illinois Central
railroad arrived here this morning
The railroad officials were still
optimistic of a settlement soon ot
the trouble with the employes Mr
J M Borrowdalo superintendent of
the car department said that they
are In the city for the purpose of
receiving a committee but would
not receive the general committee
because they know nothing about it
There is no change In the situa
tion today he said But I will
remain hero over Sunday
A F Carr of Clinton III presi
dent of the blacksmiths of the Illi
nois Central arrived this morning
Farmers Union ninny
n L Barnett state secretary
treasurer of tho Kentucky Farmers
Union left this morning for Little
Cypress where a county union meet
ing of the Marshall county members
of the Farmers Union was held to
day The meeting was well attended
and several addresses were delivered
I
Back From Clinton Court
State Senator W V Eaton has
r f urned from Bardwell and Clin
ton where he went on legal busi
ness At Clinton he had the Mc
Whlrter damage suit set for Feb
ruary The case in which Mrs
Cordle McWhlrter of Paducah suet
the Iron Mountain railroad for dam
ages for tho death of her husband
Involves the federal employes lia
bility act
I
HAROLD LEIGH IS IN
CRITICAL CONDITION
Tho condition ot Harold Leigh
youngest son of Mr and Mrs a Q
C L eight of Chicago Is con
ildored critical in the latest re
port received by relatives here The
little fellow was run down by aa
automobile while riding his wheel
and was severely Injured His skull
was fractured and complications
have set in that aro most serious
ills sister ailsa Mary Leigh who Is
at Bolniount Nashville Tonn ba
been summoned home
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