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j o KM t > Y 4 The Padu h 1t Weekly Sun
t VOL XVIII NO 29 TADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 5 L 1905 8 LOO A YE A4
1 IGORROTES SAY 1
f HUNT ROBS THEM
t I
r filch Manager Tmliclcd Ur
Memphis Grand Jury
1
Dr > Hunt RrntiKlit Them In Hie HI
t A i lxJul KjtK > Illeu nuil linN Ex
lilbiUxl Tilein Hliuv
CLAIMS UK is PERSECUTED
1
XUmpbls J Sept riUpon the tfs
bean I of Felon and Dengay two ru
b ooiled Igorrotes members of the
Sand which visited this city last your
TOdlctmenU charging larceny and
larceny from tho person a felony
under tlio statutes of this state win
returned against Dr Truman 1C I Hun
by the Shelby count grand Jury Fri
day morning AiiKiit 10 to Jrtltu
Mosg In the criminal court
AsslBtant AttorneyGeneral Kort
roeht who Immediate I applied for rtf
i quUUloh paper directing that they
liii l M sent from Nashvlllo to Chlraga
III where Hunt wag arrested fester
day
dayTho
Tho United States government Is I
tho prime mover In the criminal pros
caution against Dr Hunt
The Indictments agalnnt Dr Hunl
charge him with the larceny of 28
from Koloa and with feloniously tak <
Inc 17 from the person of DetiHny
9ilte alleged crime Is said to have beer
committal whlto tho vlrtinw wart
mcmbfr of the band of Igorrotcs
ti whJeh wore exhibited In East End park
In July 1965
T
Dfl Hunt and his Igorrotea visited
Paducah with a carnival company
bit spring Dr Hunt brought the
band from tho Philippines where ho
1 was working under tho cOlllml + don
HooxhlbllM them at tho Worlds fair
in St Louis and married a Ix > atovllti
girl In Iho Igorrote vlltaRo The ro
mines was lhc talk t > f tho country
AjwraKO hJ was arrested In Now
York at tho ln tance of a woman who
tafd Jio married ber 1 > eforo going to
the Philippine where he married a
natlte woman Nothing over canto of
thin charge and Dr Hunt when hero
dated there attacks arc stirred up bj
his ciiomleH jealous because ho to
Qirtsl sllch t a valuable concoaslon from
thj government
government31ID1
M AIMS MIMI > 3
JOlt Lace niul Iorluiii I mid Is
Dying
Ixfl Angel 1I Sept C Alexander
Delfird once an Influential Chicago
publisher and the Bonlnlaw of tho
junior partner In the HandMcNally
pjililldhliift house Is believed to ha
ding of paralysis at the Hood Sa
maritan hotpltal Mr Belford accu
mutated more than 1000000 and
ath
this time Is I estimated to bo close to
tho two million mark In his later
years ho permitted both his wealth
1and 1 his wlfoji affection to slip away
from him and finally was reduced to
accepting a clerkship In this city At
10 oclock tonight the physicians at
the hospital said there was no change
In Mr ilelfords condition They en
fortalned no hopo for tho mans roo
r
covory
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8CIKXTISTS IliniXKIJ
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I iolc Into Chimer of Mount Odlini
null let Theirs
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tM xlco City Mex Sept uWIlII
their bodies wovcroly burned l by the
flroj of Mount Oollma volcano four
r
teen udventiireous delegates to the 4n
41 teroatlonal congroti of goologlsts
which moots In this city his weak re
turned hoco today The volcano was
t
fit1 pouring forthjroat Tolumlll of smoke
f ilbut this did not deter tho exploroi
i Vfroin advancing to the very edge o f
1 > thy crater A hot and midtVon bias
i r j of f are from tlio depths book badly
scorched the bodies of tho men and
they beat a hurried retreat
oJ DRESS RUINED SUES RAILROAI
Young Woman Wants DcmngcN Ue
4 cause EiiRlno 1 < Spoiled Her Gown
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Fort Wayne Ind Sept 5 Mis s
Julia Wahmdyer arrayed In whit e
broadcloth to go on an excurslonwa s
crossing Iho railroad track tills morn
ing when a locomotive sudddenl dia
charged steam and soot so rapidly
that before sho could escape hei
dross was ruined The young woman 1
says the dress Ayas worth juShe
f engaged lawyers to cue the Punnsyl
k yenta railroad for that amount
t
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It I Is the dally IrIlAtJ clrrn
lallon of n ncwsifip < r Unit the
hhrcuil adviitlsor lnvctiUgnlcM
I high Watir ilny dont count
Tim Suns dully average last
month was H1MO
r
FHJHT IlESULTH IN RACE WAR
One Murder Canw < l In Clilragn iiy i l j
a < i < lllelil8 Right
Chicago Sept L Violence and
In one Instance murder was tho re
stilt of the race excitement that do
volopod while tho returns from the
GansNolson fight wero being receiv
ed In Chicago last night The level
district was aflame with tho spirit of
lawlessness that broke out at fre
quent Intervals all the partisans of
one or the other of the fighters von
lured an opinion
0
NO WARRANTS
ISSUED Ion HOVS WHO IlllOKI
V1XDOWS OP BOIIOOUS
Judge LIIilfn < il Said the Board h
TijliiK lo Collcrt u Civil
Dtlil
Both County JUdgQ Ilghtfoot and
City JUdge Purycar refused to issue
warrant for the boys who broke out
widown and othcrwlso destroyed prop
erty In the Franklin building
Judge Llghtfoot slid that the <
school board wurftrylng to collect a
civil debt by criminal prowcutlon aod
thorefoco he would not Issuo tho war
rants Mr Hoyor had been initfuct
od to BOO If tho parents of the boys
would pay tho damage If not to g t
out warrants Tho school board will
now wallow the loss of the damaged
property as the parents will cot pay
forjjm damage done end ha ccurii
will take no actions
Pioctor Is Elrrtcil
Mtlollor VtSept t C Fletcher
D Proctor son of United States Sen
ator Proctor was elected governor of
Yefinont today by about 15000 phi
rality over Porclval W Clement III
dependent and Democratic ennui
dale
STRANGE STORY
I
HOUND 7u < in ROIUIED AXII
HOUSE AND STOKE IIURXKO
Woman Tills CovliiKlim Iollrn About
Tluvii ISurKlaix Ono IIf Vlmm
WIIH u IViuiilc
CovIngton I Ky Sept C Ac
cording to u story told tho pallco by
Mrs Pearl Grant sho was bound
gagged and robbed of money and
jewelry and her store and homo fired
by three burglars one of whom was
a woman early this morning When
the house was discovered on firoMrs
Grant was found In the back yard
clad In hor night clothing Sho told
a riimarkablo story of the crime The
house Is badly damaged by fire The
police are Investigating the story
WILL USE MOXUMEXT
Erasmus Lnmdcti SHrt DI x In lin
tel nt Cincinnati
Cincinnati Sept 5 Erastu
Lamdon 70 years old or Maysvllle
Ky was found dead In bed at the
Emory hotel this morning Lamdei
was one of tho widest known sport
trig men In tho country Ho conduct
andf
was famous nmong sporting men
Sometime ago ho erected and In
scribed bin monument
monumentDISGUISED
DISGUISED
u
With the AM of Wigs Alleged Woinni
PlrkMKket Itulilml Many
iMarlon 1 Ind Sept 5 Dlugulsln g
herself with wigs Florence Wooten
the e
ofs
many Marion men of ate
Kid Mmiiliy Klllwl
Chicago Sept 5Harry Jacobs
known u prlzo fighting circles drKld
Murphy Is dead as the result of helm g
fun down by art automobile yesterday
atlernoon
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RURAL CARRIERS
IN ASSOCIATION
Meet at City Hall Anil Organ
ize tho State
Elect 1 OflUvra anil Dccklo to Mrc
Again on Thanksgiving liny lit
Innlht
II I
IIOSTMASTEII
POSTMASTER WELCOMES THEM
Rural totter carriers of Kentucky
met In this city Labor Day and organ
Tied a lIt tc association to lie afllilat
ed with the national association They
will meet again at MayfloId Thanksgiving
giving Day to porfoet the organization
as they can meet on national holiday
only >
Officers of the newly formal asso
ciation are 1resldont J K Boyd
Boaz vice president Edmund L
Francis Paducah Secretary J W
Whltlemore Melbor treasurer M F
lllce Paduc h
ThooT > ject of the organization Is to
promote the amelioration of such con <
JIUona 04 affect aH the rural carriers
Postal clerks and many government
employes under the civil wrvlcc + have
organized not forming a lobby but
simply not In In concert to secure the
boltorment of tho sorvlco and remove
any unnecessary hadshlps from their
duties
If M 1 Hopner Mcretar i > f the ex
ocutlvo oommltteo of tbo National Ru
rat Letter Carriers association was
l w sont and spoke to the carriers con
cernlng tho benefits of the organlza
lion Its plans and purposes
The mooting was railed to order 19y
dollvr
prud an address of welcome to tho vis
Mara aid l Jptroducpd Mr Hepner
t rtMc s ffI q hBB Ctalion promises to
FaJUTEI1I uinl
JUTImJIr OlWt AXI SELF
liciinlrlfitillrnt fl rAo lows Com
r It inilJiTMunlfcr mid Sudk
> r H
1 v Davcnp6rt Iowa Sept 5 Henry
Drcnter Flying near Argo shot and
killed Grace Reed last night ac
iVorely wounded Sam Moore a sue
cessful rival and then put the muz
zlo of a rifle In his mouth and blew
off the top of his own head
S Prisoner
Tangier Sept GIaul Stonsland
president of tho wrecked Milwaukee
avenue bank Chicago probably will
be returned to the United State
without opposition Stonsland In the
meantime is a prisoner In the Amor
lean legation
SUING FOR PEACE
ttllNEKAL MENOCAL WILL AC
CHIT AT ANY PRICE
t
o
Kivrtlarj of Slain Fu Opiaslrltld i 1
TivatlnKWIIh Rebels Under
Any CondlfUuis
Havana Sept riOen Marie
Menocal who It has been said is tIle
rebels candldate for tho presidency
and In now In Santiago says that lie
Is ready to come to Havana and medi
ate for peace without t any thought of
personal ambition The veterans of
the late war arc eagerly expecting
himTho
Tho plan now Is that Monocal and
other leading veterans go to Plnarde
Rio so Pine Guerra and Induce bin
to surrender accepting pardon as the
only concession that President Palnu
will mako But It is riot thought likely
that Guorra will consent as ho Ii 1 s
Htmdlng letters to his friends through
out tho country saying that ho would
rather die than accept Palmas terms
Gen Rafael Jlontalvo secretary 01 f
state who is In charge of tho war
Bfcys that If the government fihonli
ehonlIi
comprpmlso with tho Insurgents it 1
would encourage endless revolutions
Tho real situation ho says as ro
ra w1e
gards tho revolution Is that there an
I SOl men under Guerra and 400 un
der other leaders In the province oj t
tf
Plnar del Rio SOO In the province 01
Havana and 2 000 In Santa Clara
j
Japans famine Is ended A total i
I of 700000 gold has been used all1
more than half a million people ve > e
assisted Tho United States contrlb
uted 320000
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I Ji FIVE REVOLUTION i
X IN SOlTII AMERKU J
j 001X0 ALL AT ONCE
t t
jtjj I New Orleans Sept i1Ir I
J Angel Ugnaiti llnuiulul agent of J
the Honduras ivvoliitkmlstN true j
tjt H Is I publishing s revolutionary pa f j i
A H per lien silys five republics will I
IJJ comhliia In fll revolution Novuin J tI
her 1 Delegates from the live t
republic are conferring here y f
t V 3 i i
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KING IS CAUGHT
NEAR BROOKPOK
Police Land Negro Desperadc
At Last
sy f
Shot Another Minis lARJStt That It
Had to lie Aiii > iitulirnml Mado
ihI4 li4rnpes
iCJtJlj j
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GOOn WOItK 11 TliA POLICE
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Joe King a negro desperado want
ed hero for maliciously rebooting
Gcorgo Richardson another of his i
color several weeks ago Is uiiiTer ar
rest He was brought thls + morning
from Brookpon 111 through tho ef
forts of Patrolman Aaron Hurlqy un
slated by Patrolman Albert Sensor
and Special Policeman F M Mat
lockOver
Over a month ado while drinking
King went to the wrong house In
search of a friend Ho entered Rich
ardsonV house on Eight street near
Husbands street and Richardson
struck him In tho head with a stick
King got mad wont homo secured a
shotgun and blazed away hitting
King on the loft leg at the ankle
Richardson wan removed to Riv
erside hospljal l where his foot was
amputated It was only yesterday
that ho wn atlo to bo taken home
King 1 escaped
Patrolman Burley secured hirer
mation that King 1in nr Brook i
port working fna Bawmill He had
written his wifo tSal I Clt she did not
come to him ho would return to Pa
ducah and kill her She went re
turning yesterday This is how the
policeman got his tip and last night
with his partner Patrolman Sensor
Hurley secured the rest of the In
formation and olnched the chancell
or getting King
This morning Patrolman Hurley
and Officer MatlocK wero sent to
Brookport after Klugln company
with Marshal J 0 Flick Matlork
wont to tho sawmill and closed In on
tho desperado
King agreed to return without a
requisition and was brought bade ° on
the train at 11 oclock Tho police
men left at H oclock on tho Fowler
making a good trip It Is an excel
lent piece of work on tho part of tho
police
r i SCHOOL BOOKS
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WILL ALL HE IN STORES KY
NETSATURpAYi
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Sonic of the Dpulora Havo lUfclved
Their KiilisOrdeiN steady for
llpcuhig
Some of thc book stores have ra
celved nil the books to bo used In
the schools tfils l year and by Satur
day all the stores will bo supplied
fully Owing to tho slight cnangc
In the courso µ of study the dealer
duplicated hair orders of last car
T IU schools will open Monday as
far as tho piiplls are concerned In
nialrnormalz condition every room
will bo In charge of a teacher If
there Is material enough left in thq
city to fill limn vacanciesk e <
SLAIN FROM AMIiySH
tmnlly Fend TH Salrt to Have Catisli I 1
time Killing IIf Collliw
Hazard Ky I Sopt 5Jason Col
tins was shot + from ambush near bore
Collins was on route to lila borne
when ho was fired upon three bunr e
t entering his body Ilnglns Miller m n
f r alleged enemy of Collins has boon ar
rested charged with the crime wh <
officers are soardilnir the country fo
other supposed urlnclpils Tim 0
linn and Miller fauiUIw long hay
I been at War as he result of f anoJ < < 1 1
grudge Miller denies all knawJ diJ c
oij the shooting
L
r
CHOOSE BETWEEN 1
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SULLIVAN AND HIM
d
Bryan GiviS Illinois DcnVo l
orals Altcl lIlticW
tt f j
Repudiates Kiidorscinenl That lies
IIIOMI Friends of the Com
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f V
C S +
SCORES HIS ENEMY HEAVILY
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Chicago III Sept C William J i
Bryan as the guest of the local l De
mocracy delivered within eight hours
two addresses The first speech which
was made at alu chio gluon In his
honor by the IroquoWTclfiK l dealt en
tirely t I I with polilll 1 I Uand eco
nOllllo questions of eday The sec
ond speech was mado tt a banquet
given In his honor by Iho Jefferson
club and was devoted to Natlona
Committeeman Roger 0 Sullivan of
Illinois whose resignation Bryan had
demanded but who was endorsed by
the recent state convention which
also declared Itself In favor bf Bryan
as the next Democratic nominee for
president
Bryan not only scored Sullivan
and his political methods1 unmerci
fully but Informed the Democrats
present many of whom wero dele
gates to tho recent stato convention
that If they accept Sullivan they
couldnt endorse him In anyway Ho
Informed them emphatically that he
would have mono of tho approval of
tho Democrats of Illinois and that be
repudiated their recent endorsement
of him
Sullivan later Onus
Unite Mont Sept 5oIIIe
Twin Sullivan today posted 1000
for a fight with Joo Gans Tta Butte
Athletic club bas wired Ganii ffepins
a purse of o000 for tlie fight
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PHKTKXDKU DHKKATKD
wf T
Two Principal Clilcfc of Jloroccnn
Utiiirinr Are Itlllnl
Tangier Sept C Tho pretender
to the throne Is reported to have
been defeated near Muluya No
details of the engagement havo been
obtained The reported defeat of the
pretender was confirmed later His
two principal chiefs wore killed
Toll Cnso Called
Cynthlana Ky I Sept liTho ease
of Curtis Jett charged with killing
Jim Cockrlll iat Jackson was called
this morning Jett asked for the ap
pointment of counsel which wail
granted The case was continued to
December
ARREST OFFICERS
OF WRECKED RIUL ESTATE
TRUST COMPANY
Charges of Conspiracy Embezzle
nuiit and False Returns llady
< f Agaliibt Tlirnii
Philadelphia Sopt 50111 war
rants charging conspiracy embezzle
mynt and making falso returns awor
out by a depositor of the wrecked
Real Estate Trust company Adolph
Segal promoter 7 WIlliam F North
treasurer and M S Colllnwood as
sistant treasurer of Iho Institution
wero arrested this morning and ar
raigned before Magistrate Kochcn
porger Hundreds of people thronGed
tho magistrates office aryl Ipatll1g
hearing evidence In the faltore of thi o
bank Other arrests are expected
I t Segal was released on25OO ball
and North and Cotton wool 10001
each
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I I f VSTOLYPIN UNDISMAYED
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AVIli llolil Weekly Reception at
< Winter Palace
SL Petersburg Sept 5 Undls
maycd by the attempt made on his
fjlfo two weeks ago when a bomb eg
plodod In his villa during a rccop
I tlon Premier Stolypln has decided 5j a
I hold his regular weekly reception
at the winter palace whore ho ha s
I taken quarters and whero varlou s
political questions aro to bo discuss
ed
r CUV Solicitor Jamps Campbell Jr
suffered a congestive chill this mom
tag and la 1 confined td his home
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t fair tllul1htaucl Tlnrrsdayex I
cept showers In wcst portion
reitcllied
ltI today was 147and thol0ntf i
wn8 78r
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1 M
as
THEIR VOTES NOT WANTED
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Tom Johnson Says God l Hpvnl tll
TlioiisaiuU of DcniocmtH
Clevelaml Sept 4 In the opin
ion of Major Tom L Johnson Bry
ans etand on government ownership
of railroads makes certain that
Roosevelt will be the next Republi
can nominee for president Bryans
declaration oa govdrnTnant owner
ship < ff railroads ma drive thous
nnds of Democrats out of tho party
and to such Democrats I say God
speed said Johnson
PUT HIM TO WORK
NEGRO TRAMP NOT PROSECUT
I HI 1JY ILLINOIS CKNTltATj
Hurrying Job of Uork and Laborers
Are Scarci1 So Olllrer 111U
Him Cliiincc
Labor In Paducah Is scarce nnd
even the Illinois Central railroad can
not secure enough men to complete I
the foundation of a big wheel press
Ing machine In tho local caboose
shops Thc Southern BItullthIc com
pany and Thomas Bridges company
Sonsdotng street Improvement work
and other concerns using a great deal
of common labor havo employed
about all the available men The Il
linois Central wants to rush the In
stallation of this job and if special of
fleer this morning took a negro out
of a box car whero he had gone to t
sleep and put him to worrc In pref
erence to prosecuting JUm for disor
derly conduct
conductwgik
Work Itouib Iubnr Diy
Guthrie Okla opt LLabor
Day was generally observed through
out Oklahoma At klatook all the
male inhabitants together with the
farmers of tho surrounding cpunjiy
assembled and worked the roads
NO CANDIDATES
Ion SCHOOL mUlti AND SOME
COUXCIL VACANCIES
Democrats May Cull Off Primary and
Xinlnilu In ti Mass Con
Vfiitlon
It is i possible that tho primary will
bo given up by tho city Democrats
because of the failure of a sufficient
number of candidates for tho various
offices to announce and at n mooting
of tho committee tomorrow night It
will be decided whether vacancies
wIll bo filled on tho ticket or wheth
er a convention will be called for
the purpose of making nominations
For tho seven places In Iho lower
board of tho city council only In 1 I
three wards have candidates appear
ed while no ono scorns to caro to I
tucklo the school boara proposition
Five candidates have appeared for
tho four aldermanic scats and two
candidates for judge of tho police
court
roThe candidates aro
For Pollco JudgeE H Pryear
Crossg
CrossAldermen
Aldermen
AldermenE W Baker J W
Little En Hannan George Willow
Ernest F Xlemannl
COlilldltiIlIII
First wardII R Lindsey
Second wtfllNo candidate
Third wardAI Foreman James
SogonfelterFourth
Fourth wardAlonzo H Orandoll
Young Taylor
Fifth wnrdSo candidate
Sixth wardXo candidate
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JJolh Madly Haltoml
jf Goldfield Nov Sopt iSelther
Cans nor Nelson was stirring this
morning though Gaits probably will 1
come In from Columbia later In the
day Nelson Is so badly battered that
he will stay Indoors until ho can
leave town Mo will not linger long
er than Is I necessary as ho piobably
13 the jnost unpopular man who eve r
visited tldfleld
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HUSBAND STABS
1WIFES < JOtafr n L
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Albert Rogers is in a wjrU
rGdriflitfon
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A
GrorJc Alhiian Ship Oirpmler
prism Pair la Ills Home and
Cg Attack ti
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AUUFSTE1 WITH HIS
t
DIeftJIng from several serloes k
wound Albert Jtogers forwertr1 >
cab driver ram vflth his clothee ui
his arms to seek tho protection
policemen to escape hQ yongfinc
George Allman n shIoV4rp ntfer w
had but a few momonts before caul
Rogers In o compromlsliig posit
with his wife As a result ob
fair AUman was arrested for nwS
cutting and his victim la IyTit
ously wounded whims hta wlii I
tho city hall With her young Aft
toddling about her feet pending
ecutlon for immorality
Last night about 1030 oclock iAI
mam returned home from a tip t
Fulton where he had gone to Nm
> wkon tho Illinois Central l raliwjiul
11a had been employed da the lost
marine was but had not been wait
Ing of late He resides at 90tt Morth
Eighth street Mounting the steps fc
heard his wllos rolco warning I
companion that some one was
tempting ito enter thohouEO
Allman realized eomothlng I
wrong and taking oat his knife rI
pod the screen open and entered t
door Ho found Rogers lying Jn jta1
Rushing onto the startled youngdj
ho began to slash Grabbing f
few clothes ho could Rogers t
for tho door but not until several
gashes had boon inflicted Iobls1
on lila arm and His head
Policeman Courtney Long was
to the scene and arrested the e
hni4togors was too serlonsr
to go to thc ball HcXST Mien
by City Physician Bass at his hoi llo
This morning ri warrant for mi
nmions
lous cutting was sworn out agili
Adman On account ot Rogers 01
dltlon It Is impossible to tell rh
tho caso will bo tled t
On advice of City Physician ftt
It was decided that Rogers should
taken to the city jail this afternoo
Ills wounds are not so dangern
that moving will endanger the p
tleflt Tbo authorities believe 1
may try to escape s
Mrs Allman Is still at tho city hi
unablo to give bond Sho Isjnol
Jail but spent the morning and
tornoon In the city court room an
ate dinner In tho court room
1lUIRLSORR9
IIinY 1AI PRISQXKRS
Kamlljr l JInrooneti nn < l FOHHI a
Iitnttels
Vacherle La Sept 5Hunt I
last night found a man with his wi
and infant eon practically m
on tho rihoro of Lake Allenjlndii
pads having made It Impossible
them to row tholr boat away from f
place Tho man refused to give J hi
namo ibJt fad ho was from Ml lei
slppl and bound for Morgan Cltyf I t S
said ho Iliad been caught In the H
pads for eighteen days having wi
almost no progress at fcirduriftjt t
time The family was living o ir
and < wHd beans Tho hunters Wffc41
them with provisions brit an olfer
take them owriand to Morgan C
refusedjj I
was refused
i1X1MITE WiIEOKM TURIN
lidlcvcil 10 < Itovo Ileen lafoutat
I 111111 f
rIronw r
consln Central pro train wu wnd
by dynainltoV iVte baHoyedlol
been Intended for a pas9eii IIf r I
carrying valuable mall and Pre
night Jfhglncer Wilton and fane
Walsh were badly InJTarcd Tha
namlto was placed In aawlUtej
The tracks were torn up I j
IfarBls Fcnml Dcutli
Lexington Ky Sept 5Ac
lug to statement made hero tod
Judge James Harglst of Jacksoi
was also marked for dwtrucUo
Curtis Jets the same merging
latter kllcd JomM Ut Marcumi 1
1
ala Bald ho had ben told bj jicV
of the best men in BrsathlttVa
to whom loll had discussed thL l
cum killing that Jett hail at
them that It was hli purp <
Hargts had he atlqmpfwi
110 lnvestigatothe kllij
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