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l VOL IX NO 234 PADUCAH KENTUCKY MONDAY OCTOBER 61902 10 CENTS PER WEEK
SHE HANGED HERSELF 1
s Inmate of the Hopklnsvilla Asylum
tiCommitted Suicide Today
Toll Gate Near Harrodibnrg Dynamic
ed and Woman Badly Hurt
Nighti i
STRIKE OVER AT EVANSVILLK
I COMMITTED SUICIDE IN ASYLUM
k Hopkinivllle Ky October SMrs
Oman Wolfe an Inmate of the West
ern Insane Asylum committed enfold
by banging herself with a rope made
from ribbons
STRIKE AT EVANS
EVANSVILLE
VILLE SETTLED
Evansville Iud Oct 8Tbe strike I
at the Glass Work bal been Milled by
1 t arbitration nJ one hundred men have I
returned to wad at higher wage
4NO OTHER OPERA
TION NECESSARY
Washington Oct 8 Preildent
HooMvelts physicians report that an
other operation will not be necessary
DEATH AT BOWLING GREEN
Bowling Cisco Ky Oct 6War
ten Hlnei Clark member of ODe of
the malt prominent famlllei In IenI I
tucky died at the Marshall betel
here this morning
DYNAMITEED TOLLGATE
Harrodibnrg Oct 6The tailgate
home at Brooklyn bridge was dyne
salted by raiders last night about 19
oclock and Mri Richard Rue wife
k of the gate keeper wn badly injured
a MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
NO BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE
BROUGHT UP TODAY
The Ministerial association met this
morning but nothing of importance
was done The regular report were
read and received and the report of
the First Baptist church for the past
year was read to tho association The
following are a few of the Itemaot In
terest In the church Addltlrni toi I
toI I
the church number 83 for the put
year 170135 hat been given to the j
missions and the membership ai jtrci
ent li COtI llrell I I
Rev Sam JaDe writes that he will
be here on Wednesday afternoon Willi I I
I time for the evening services The I
j committee reported the work on the I
I warihonse where the meeting willI I
bi heldj progressing rapidly and I
the wiring will have been completed I
by tomorrow at noon The seat
ommltteo reported that the seats
were all ready and that the seating j
capacity will be larger than expected 1
TROOPS AGAIN Ufl i GUARD
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RENEWED ACTIVITY OF 8TRIK 4
II IVRS + AT OLENS FALLS OAUS c
V f ING AN UNEASY FEELING I
II
I Ulem Fall N Y Oct 8AI a I
result of renewed activity by the strik
ing motormen of the Hudson Valley I
Electric Railway company soldiers ofI
Ibe national guard are again guarding t
the peace of this town and though I I
i today hat teen no rioting an uneasy 1
i feeling prevails The militia compa 1
ny Is I now protecting the power house t
ud other property of the railway f
cot pany in Glees Falli A squad ii r
also guarding the bridge at Sand Hill I j
oil account of a report that one of the t
canal bridge was to be blown up
THE MARKETSJ
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NOTHING GIVEN OUT
Secret Conference Held at the White
House Yesterday Morning
Supposed to Have Been Looking Towards
ward a Settlement of the
Goal Strike
i PPEAIi TO MINERS PROBABLE
Washington Oct 8In an earnest
effort to expedite the adjustment of
the coal strike problem another can
ference over the situation was held at
the White Homo yesterday and ad
journed after three hours cf delibera
tion No statement was given out ai
to the conclusions reached and every
participant absolutely refused to did
cuts what had taken place during the
meeting The conference was called
although it Will Sunday In view of
the extraordinary Importance to the
American people of a speedy solution
of the question
Besides the president there were
present at the conference Secretary of
War Root Secretary of tne Nary
Moody Attorney General Knox Post
waster General Payne and Carroll D
Wright United States commissioner
of labor The lat named was um
mOD d to attend the conference on no
count of nil expert knowledge of the
situation In the anthracite coal fields
and became of fall personal investiga
tion of the conditions there which he
made some months ago at the instance
ot the president
Tile conference began shortly af
ter 10 oclock the time Bexd by the
president When thono who were to
participate arrived at the White Home
In a drizzling rain they found Bur
geon General Alley of the nary and
Dr Lung the presidents physician
already there making the morning call
on the dlitlngnliheil I aUentThl
caused a delay of a few minutes
When the two physicians left It wan
reported that the presidents condl
tion was progressing satisfactorily and
that there were no untoward develop
ment
mentsThe
The president expressing his views
at the outlet of Ibo conference talked
earnestly and hewed a deep feeling
till voice at times could be heard
downstairs Several times during the
conference Secretary Cortleyon was
summoned into the room and directed
I
to certain matters for the
prepare can
liberation of the president and of his I
advisers This was taken to Indicate
that some action of one nature or
al olber was about to be consummat
ed
When the conference adjourned a
few minutes before t oclock all
those who had joined In It declined
to talk Every member of the cabl
net and Colonel Wright the only
outsider who was preientwai pledg
ed by the president to absolute se
Crecy ni to what had occurred with
in the conference room The utmost
efforts ware made to guard against pub
tyUnder
Under the circumstances It li almost
Impossible to do more than draw the
molt general conclusions ai to the na
ture of the proceeding baaed upon
uponI
what preceded the meeting The
known facts are that the president
has reached the conclusion that he
bAl nothing to expect lave refusal
from a farther appeal to the coal ope
rator and therefore has decided to
look for relief from the situation to
the miners lido
He feels that he hardly can expect
them to make the sacrifice of all their
contentions without holding out at
lout u promise of the ohms return
and the question before him li es to
his ability to do thlt Ha can
ledge himself to appeal to congress
pto Into
to examine Into the justice of the
miners complaint and remedy them
o far ai He in the power of the leg
Illative brancbbacked by the earnest
good will of the executive Aha he
can suggest to Governor Stone of
Pennsylvania that became the Penn
sylvania legislature likewise to make
ap Inquiry perhaps battening the uiu
il methods by calling an extra session
But these pledge would be given anI
on condition that the men go at once
oDr81Into
into the mines and get out with alli i
treed at Coca the coal for which the i
Interest in The Suns Box
Party Is Growing Lively
Interest In the box party to be given urged to out out the coupons each
by The Ban to the teachers of the dar and tend them In Left lea
mod popular school at the perform which p pllaro the molt loyal to
their school
once of the liar Lord and Master FrITb
The vote laD d III
day night increases with each day No Longfellow 688 I
announcement of the Tote baa here Jefferson 317
tofore been made but will be pub Washington ttt i
llihed each day hereafter franklin 139 fl
I The performance li a splendid one Lee 187l
and will prove entertaining for the Langitaff 87 <
teachers and the school children are Frontier 47
MORE TROUBLE
THE DEBTS OF THE OASTEL
LANES COME UP FOR AN
OTHER AIRING
New York Oct 8A conference
WH held In the chamber of Judge
Lacombe of the United State circuit
court by the lawyers interested in the
affairs of Countess de Oaitellane
Exactly what occurred none of the
lawyer present would state further
than that several phases of the cue
brought against George J Gould and I
Allis Helen M Gould ai receiver of
the countess by the various creditors
were discussed after which an ad
journment was taken until lomn fu
ture date to be determined by the ar
rival of certain paper from Paris
It li I said that Asher Werthelmer
who claims the Uaitellanes owe him
In the neighborhood of 1800000 hal
offered to withdraw his case providing
hit claim li paid In monthly install
ments HA olio asks that tho countess
Insure her life In his favor for the
amount due him The other creditor
protest however against this union
a ilmllar provision ii made In their
caseEXTENSION
EXTENSION OF TilE TELEGRAPH
Washington Oct CTbo postofllcei
department for the first time ti able
to telegraph ai far north ai Eagle
Alaska The telegram stated that a
I
contract had been awarded for carry
Ing the malls from Fort Yukon to Be
attics above the Arotlo Circle for I
f 50C a round trip of COO miles I
Dr Delia Caldwell has returned
from New York OUT where she ac
companied Mrs Joseph L Friedman
people are suffering
To adopt this course meant the con
tinuance of the policy ot exerting
moral suasion to the end of the strike
It li I certain that thus far tbo presi
dent hal not found a single one of hit
constitutional advisers who would suggest
gest any departure from this policy
no one could find a method sanctioned
by law or constitution which promised
relief and Involved the me of duress
against either the operator or the
miners
It ii I believed hen that the presi
dent baa written Mitchell asking him
to abandon the trite It ii I possible
that he may have a conference with
Governor Stone hero and is also reo
ported that he has written Governor
Stone advising a special session of the
legislature
QUARTERLY COURT
NO OASES TRIED TOl A YFIS
OAL COURT CONVENES
TOMORROW
County Judge R T Llghtfoot
convened quarterly court this morn
ing but no caM were tried He set
all cases for trial the first bearing
next Monday
Fiscal court will convene tomorrow
and there will be much business to
transact Nothing of nnniual Impor
tance will be presented however
There are several report on new
roads that will be of interest to the
farmers one being the Husbands road
from the Mayfield gravel road to the
Benton road a road that has long been
needed The committee will bring in
a report tomorrow
tomorrowTHE
THE NEW CAPITOL
THE CORNER STONE TO BE LAID
JEFF DAVIS BIRTHDAY
Jackson Miss Oct 6Tbo gover
non of all the states In the union and
other stale officials will be invited to
attend the ceremony of laylrg the cor
ner stone of Miiilntppii few capitol
building on June 3 1003 The date
named by the capitol commission at
its session ii the birthday of Jefferson
Davis
The commission will make extensive
i arrangements for the ceremony and
expects to make It the mOlt potable
overt of the kind In the history of the
commonwealth Distinguished per
sons from all parts of the country will
be Invited
OUT ON BOND
EDGAR SEAY RELEASED FROM
THE COUNTY JAIL TODAY
Edgar Seay who hal been In the
county jail for leveral months await
ing the action of the court on a charge
of anon was this afternoon released
on bond Messrs Bud Elrod and wife
and Jake Sanderson of Lone Oak be
coming his bondsmen Seay burned
his home one night while no one was
at home and took a gun and started
out to look for his wife laying that ha
Intended to boot her He came upon
his wife and ion and the latter was
forced to shoot him In the arm to pro
tect his mother The bond was 1500
Go out and register tomorrow
It may be the only chance
Harts Hot Air
CONCENTRATED
IN THE
RADIANT AIR BLAST I
THE I best stove made for all kinds of heating
ALMOST indestructible no gas no puffing no smoky
walls
ALL inside castings built to lastConstruction of fire
bowl prevents its burning out
5CENTS per day will heat the house nicelyCheap
Isnt it Yet tis trutfl It has been done and is
still adoingPrices
Prices in Reason
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GEO 0 HART SONS CO
IU di4J
WORK BEGINS AT ONCE
Contract for the Steam Excavations s
Has Been Let
The New Company Will Be Ready to I
Furnish Heat By December 1
In Paducah
POWER HOUSE NEXT YEAR
The pipe for the new iteam heating
company will be laid at once
The contract for the excavation s
has been let by Mr H D Fitch ot
Bowling Ureen the promoter of the I
enterprise to the American Steam
Beating company of Chicago and It
U understood the price U 188000 for
the excavation and other work neces
sary before the plant can be put In i I
operation
Work will begin within ten days or
two weeks Mr Fitch was here last
week with Mr Eddy the engineer
and they went over the city securing
grants and rights of way from vari
ous property owners
No power houie will be built this
year owing to the delay in telling the
franchise the steam for heating put
poses to be secured from the exhaust
pipes of the Paducah Railway and
Light plant on Second street
The pipes that are to convey the
heat are to ba laid three feet deep and
the pipes will be enclosed in pine box
ei sealed with tar and covered with
tinThe
The company will be ready to fur
nish beat by December 1
Next spring the power home will be
built It ii understood that the build
ing for the various purpose it ii to
be mod will cost somewhere between
75000 and 190000
The pipe will be extended to the I
residence portion next year
I
JAIL BREAKER CAUGHT
GOOD WORK OF OAPT BAILEY
AND A MAYFIELD OFFICER
Hugh Kirk age 18 who broke jail
at Camden Tona about eight weeks
ago was arrested at Oakes yesterday
afternoon by Captain Henry Bailey of
the city and Marshal Charles MoNntt
of Mayfield They had been working on
the case for tome time and finally suc
ceeded in locating their mane
NEW FURNACE TO BE BUILT
Chattanooga Oct 8A tract of land
just onstlde of the city limits at the
base of Lookout Mountain has been
purchased by representatives of the
Alabama Steel and Wire Co upon
which a large furnace will be built at
once It 11 thought that a steel mill
will be built later Joseph L Schwab
brother of Charles M Schwab ii in
terested in the deal
BLOOLDESS DUEL
Madrid Oct 8A s an outcome of
newspaper attacks Gen Barges cap
tain general of Catalonia fought a
duel with pistols with the director of
the newspaper El InparcUl of Mad
rid Neither of the combatant was
InjuredCONFLAGRATION
CONFLAGRATION AT AMOY i
Shanghai Oct 6New received
here from Amoy says a fire which had I
done great damage In the native sec I
tion had spread to the British roncei
lion Three foreign warehouse and I
the custom home arc burning
LA SOUFR1ERE IN ERUPTION i
Kingston at Vincent Oct 8Afler
a week of tranquility La Sonfrlere J
showed signs of disturbance again yes
terday There was a slight eruption I
at 6 p m yesterday Today the vol I
cano resumed its quiet
BIO FAILURE IN RUSSIA
Odessa Rniiia Oct 8Tbe failure J
of the great metallurgical works at
Kertih for 19000000 hag caused a i I
flutter on the stock markets and hatI I
resulted in making idle 8000 menI
Mill Mary Belle Maxwell returned
to Marion today at noon after a short 1
visit to friends in the city I I
Republicans who desire to vote I
In November should register to 1
morrow
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I CUPID GETS BUSY
i
tMr
Mr Robert Rudolph and Miss Emma
Rottgerlng Marry at Golconda rIi
if
A Couple from Paris Tenn Wed ata t
the Court Home and a Paducah
Boy Wins Bride at Clinton
EARLY MARRIAGE ATMAYFIELD
A inrpriie marriage was that yes
terday of Mr Robert Rudolph the r
well known floriit and Mill Emma
Rottgerlng daughter of Mr H W
Rottgertng the Rowlandtown dairy
man at the residence of the brides
aunt Mrs Rodman In Golconda 111
when the bride was visiting Mr
Rudolph went up on the packet Satur
day afternoon and they have gone to
St LoDI and other point on a bridal
tour Mr Rudolph ii a member of
the firm of Mattlion and Rudolph and
li a Paducah boy with a boat of
friend
Mr James Nagel a Paducah boy
but now In the drug business In Clio
ton Ky and Hiss Floy Lowe a beau
tiful and attractive young lady of
Clinton were married yesterday at
isd
a ion of Mr Henry Nagel the butcn
er formerly of the city but now of
Loniivlllu and after graduating at
the college of pharmacy at Louisville
be went to Clinton and accepted n po
sition In the Craig drug store The
bride hal quite II number of friend j
here Mr arid Mri1 Nigel have gone
tq St Louis on a bridal tour
AnDoui uc ntIiilimade of the mar
riage of Mr Cornelius G Rice to Mill
Pauline Levy at the Tenth street
Christian church Wednesday evening
at 8 oclock Rev W T Boaz officiat
ing The brlJotobo ii a daughter of
Mri Roio Levy and hal been sten
ographer for the Kentucky and Ten
nesieoDlitllllng Co Mr Rico Ii I con
nected with the Star laundry and the
couple will reside at ISpS Jackson
street
R L Mahan and wife of Mayfield
are at the Palmer Mr Mahan and
lllss Debbie Morrow both prominent
young people of Mayfield were mar
ried this morning at 8 oclock and
took the first train out for here and
from here they left for St Louis en a
bridal trip Mr Mahan ii a drummer
for the Merritt Pants Co and his bride
li the daughter of Mr J D Morrow
a bookkeeper for the firm of Carter
Bros wholesale grocer
The marriage of Mill Kate Pendle
ton Overton of Frankfort and Mr
Clarence Crlttenden Calhoun of Los
ington ii announced to tats place
November 19 at the home of the
brldo In Frankfort They are prom
neat young people of that section of
the state and Miss Overton li pleas
antly remembered in Paducah where
she has visited a time or two
Mr 0 O Neese and Mill Anna
Nunn of Paris Tenn arrived yester
day afternoon and were married at
the county court home by Rev J
W Irion of the Trimble street Meth
odist church They were at the
Palmer today and left for Memphis
to spend a few days
Mill Gertrude Ron ot the city
bad gone to Fort Worth Tex where
the will be married on her arrival to
Mr Louis Bailey formerly of the II
linoli Central here and a nephew of
Mr Wm Halley of the city Tho
young lady was for several yean cash
ier at Poagei
Mill Lute Hobson of Mayfield and
Mr James Oovlngton ion of Mr J
A Oovlngton of Mayfield were mar
rled Saturday at Trimble Tenn Tho
bride li 16 and the groom 19
MYSTERIOUS GRAVE
Clarkivllle Oct 8A mysterious
grave has been found near Half Pone
Tenn which Ii believed to have
covered an unknown crime The
grave was discovered in a thicket
and Ii only eighteen Inches deep
It ii lined with slate rock and con
tained the human being Who from
the position of the bone must have I
been burled In a doubledup position
The grave li too well preserved to ba
that of an Indian There li no clue
to the mystery r r
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