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VOJ XVI NO 234
TdHALF MILLION HEN
TO FIGHT AT MUKDEN
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The Battle Will be One of the
Greatest in History
Too ForceR Are About Equally Di
vided General Htoeut Refute
tk 4to Horrender Port Arthur
OTIIKU LATE WAn NEWS TODAY
Rome Sept 29 The HI Petersburg
t correspondent of Die llul Mllltare r
IM I lliiit In the lni mllng batik of
Mukden ten Kiiropatkin will have 1
lath ephai I If riot superior to the enemy
Tlii lulli force he o y will amount
to two Immlrnt and 1 fifty thousand men
and rigid hundred pint The Japanese
fom > U I estimated jit the same number
with a Itioiiutul join
s
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IJA1 > FOIl COIIT AUTIIUIt
St Petersburg Kept 2U IVponlen
I ry regarding time situation nt Port Ar
llmr is l becoming more pronounced dally
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The grounds for this feeling nf r peaslnv
1111 110 added to In lbe lut few Jaya
p by the entire nlwence nf news from flen
t StocKel It Is l underslixid In irftlclal
sputters that the IaIinra reinforce
t m nln are < > nlltiullv allltlng aatsolo
the lsewl city uud relieving the jaded
3comrade The 1I1IIn however have
an rest
S rISCRIPf10 M
Toll Sept 3J > iAn fiiirrjiriicy or
der tinder the ninwrlptfun law seas pa
letted this morning The new order ei
b1td I the > nii i nf nlor second
ii 4 rrerilstIioln drama l tin yeuri
and aludlthiM1 iLr ilUthictloii > rtwmi
xi < ilttlon M tlt tint l nit Ilul class
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COSSACKS IIKIIIIAXT FLANK
Mukden Hrpt r1Th inarrh nf Cm
t Hcnnrnkatiipr V kaIIII1 the
lapunra tight flunk which was mrn
tioned 1 In the dlipatrhe mi Sept 21 lU
a rrniarkahle jierforiiiance A < voniia
nl < l liy a lattery nf artillery the Cos
sacks nirrrnl eighty wile In 02 hour
They Hi nick the enemy noitli of Jteiil
Mljiutte on Sept ID mut theme nmlln I
turd south circling the Japanete light
lUnk and coming uns Itd Ion I th
I In line nf romiuunlcatkxu near
lifimhul on the batik of Taltse river
Sept J Inlllclirg runsiiUrahle damage
The Japanese were thrown Into great
nmfiiilon but the COlk retireil dil6
a las of only two killed
l JAPS I SfKKKIl FltOM DV8EXTERV
i11111In Sept r1nr Malvleff who
I IMmikden I by the Japanese at Llao
l Yang says the Japanese are nulTerlng
wvrrely from dysentery and that they
pegged ills assistance In combating the
dica e The Japanese nlllreni nf lalT
are excellent linguists and many of them
s 4steak Knglloh and 1 Herman as well a
Mime Itittnlan
The Japanese army U I living almost
nllrtlOil prewrved foods but It In I
tiimfortahly r11I1III > > many of the orb
cira hnvlng tiMklng rliairn among their
t baggage
The principal Japanese fear li I for
forage for Lanes for itiirlng the winter
the roiintry Is l swept clean for neveral
miles nn each utile of the rallrnnil nnil
the Inhabllnntii are relunctant to t nell
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JAlANKKK AOVASXKS
Uinilon Sept 211Th Xewa lin n
ilNpatcli from HI l 1rtrmlnirg Muting
that lelrgranu have I m > < received there
4sa from the front Indicating Hint time Jnpa
nee are making advance along the en
tire Russian front The Chinese In the
I iMlghlNirhond are Hooking to Mnkdrn
OKV 8TORSSKI IlKKUSKD
St Petersburg Sept 21Grn Stocg
Ieel I 1 him finally refined to yield Tort Ar
thor an nil expected he would A friend
nf his nuldi v
f 4Evrn if liutinrtloix were sent to him
Jo ctipltulale lie would ninely follow the
4rxmnuplcnf Nelwn who promptly turned
Mind eyes on the elite of the olgnal tell >
Ing him la mass fighting
IltlSSIANS KVACOATKO
s St rcterMmrg Sept 29A report
readied here from Mukden to the effect
that the Japanese hart ni > umed the of
fimlve and captured Da Iann Thin K I
nut nMually ronflrmcil but the stall
thinkn It likely correct The Russian
It U I added have evacuated tho Im
without serious resistance
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PADUOAH KY TI1U1JSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1904
KING OF SAXONY
IS SLOWLY DYING
Sacrament Was Administered
Yesterday to Him
The Battleihp Connecticut Launched
Two Hinging In 1hlludolphlii
This Morning
DnUUTH IN KANSAS UBOKEN
llerlln SrpttIThe rnndltlon of the
king of Haxony h belleviil to ta I Loft
leas After an unite etlxl In Ida nm
ill I Ion Vrdnei > diiy the but MUcrunient
wan iMmlninteritl
VATKIl PAMINK AVOIDKI D
Kansas City Sept 211110 bent I upell
hat been broken and n threuteneil water
famine li I avoided by I a rainfall this
morning
TWO HANCKI TODAY
Philadelphia fVpt 2Ulami Webb
and Samuel Arrlier negroe were hanjj
itl 1 here Hit motiilng Vebb murdered
Ids wife and nudlcr In law and Archei
kllleil a M > licvman who arrested him foi
burglary
AM 1IKAD NOT 5UIITY
HufTaK Sept SU Seven of the pro
mt and former niemliem of the loam of
aldermen Indicteil on charge nf accept
Ing hrllmi for awarding inuntciinl 1 con
tracts t were arranged today and pleaded
nut guilty lingtlranl uu Ismd
CONNECTICUT Juscml
llrooklyn Navy Yard 1 Sept 2 1ml1
the cheer of thoiiMiul sal the pruning
of cnnnon the batllethip CVfIIilt
detlgtml to lie I the 11 most ImpHIe
flghilng tniehlne ever afloat on the
vnrld Ma was attetfaettnll < taunchetl 1
Dili moniln I
uuiY cuuzov nr TTin
London I Sept 21A mllrtln regnnl
up Ijidy Curzon hevijlli was 111 l l
thus morning and Male that the patient
bad a fair night 111111 is I maintaining the
Improvement noted yesterday I
NO IMPKOYKMKNT
UoriTnter Sept t 21t Senator Hoar is I
no letter lie failed through tIIllIhl
and 1 may live through the Jaysatnl he
may not
CZARS PICTURE
AND UTIIBH FKATUIIES OF RUS
SIAN KXHIB1T AT WORLDS
PAIR MUTILATED
St Lou 1 1 September 211When the
Russian exhibit In the varied Indus
tries building at the World Fair was
open ll yesterday it was discovered
that several valuable oil paintings of
Emperor Nloliolai had been torn from
the wall and mutilated by tome one
Another portrait of the czar hand
some and valuable panel done In col
oral Bilk had been torn from id cop
pot and subjected to the greatest in
dignity 011 pilntlDgi were torn
and there were marks showing that
the featured of the cur had been
stamped on
An inTeitigatlon bat been ordered
SUICIDES BODY
CHARRED REMAINS FOUND IN
TUG WOODS
Sbawneetown III September SO
While banting in the woods near bore
George Porter a farmer found a part
of a human skeleton and the charred
retrain of clothing lying in a pile of
libel flanging on a nearby tree was
a coat in l the pocket of which was a
note signed by W W Martin of St
Lout who disappeared from bit
home about a morth ago dating that
t o welter contemplated committing
suicide by cremation and that on that
spot would be found the remit of tha
attempt
attemptThe I
The satisfaction a woman get out
of her hnbsand not being a genius h
It tnakei it sure for their boy became
It never strike twice in the tame
family
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SAFE AND SANE DEMOCRACY
HOW IT LOOKS TO SOME i 1
BUILT GAS WORKS
dr1 J A McCoy 1 Visitinsr 1ailn
tllh for a Few Days
He Had Not Deco Here For Many
Years Slatted Paducah Oas
Ojinpany
Mr J A Mooy of Boston Mass
li at the Ialraor Howe It li the first
tans he ban been In Paducah in many
yearn hot hn found ninny of his old
friend I lUll here and enjoying life I
Mr McCoy came hero In 1891 and
built the Paducah Gas Works being
the original ownnr He wan here a
j car and three month and made
many friend who will be glad to learn
that he II i here again
The gas works were then t located
down near Third and Harrison itrceti
several blocks from their prism loca
tion Mr McCoy after finishing his
work sold hit Interest to Gas
Meyer who had charge of the plant
for loveral years afterward
A few dill ago while in Lonlivtlle
Mr McCoy ran across Mr Meycts
who now HTOI there and they at once
recognized each other although it
had been yearn since they met
Mr MoOoy lays that Padncah hl
improved wonderfully In fact he
never ww a oily grow more rapidly or
raoro labitantitlly He II i here on
bnilnen of n private nature
BRITTON CASE
WAS TODAY POSTPONED UNTIL
OOtOBER 6TH
Lexington September 20OIroult
court today poitponod tbo trial of
lull Brltton charged with the murder
of Jim Oookrlll at Jackson until
Ootober 6th Both sides wore ready
for trial and the postponement was
made on account of other important
cages on the docket
sLmddru
It make a wife idiuddcr to think
what bad babll her hualiaud might
nciiiire scar If he did not muoke drink and 1
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A COWARDLY DEED
NEAR CLINTON KY
A Farmer Shot From Ambush
Last Night
Ills Wife and Baby Were Alto Shot
But They May Both
Recover
TilE MAN CANNOT GET WELL
Clinton Ky September JOAbou
7 oolook last evening whllo Kink
Head a prominent farmer with his
wife and baby were standing in the
back porch of their home about four
mile east of town they were shot
from ambush
Head was fatally wounded and his
wife and baby shot bat not seriously
Tho cowardly deed II 1 supposed to
have been done by partie living in
tbe neighborhood as Head had had
loine light trouble recently with
parties living nearby Eight or ten
shot were fired from pistols and shot
RunsSheriff
Sheriff Henry Hamlett and a large
pone have gone to the scene of tho
trouble The affair hili worked up
considerable excitement among the
citizens hero and trouble may follow
It II i generally understood that the
hooting was a kind of knklnx affair
TODAYS MARKETS
Uurnlthed by Paducah Commlnlon
Co toy Broadway
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CASE CONTINUED
Preacher Who Killed His Son
Not Tried at Calhoun
I Mr R P Morris of Padacah Ono
of the Witnesses in The Ole
Calhoun Ky Sept 29 Time case
agniiiitt W W Arm r for the murder of
his Mm Will continued In the circuit
court here until the January term
The defendant filed several nllljavltl
in support ofa motion for a change of
venue Th commonwealth ftlnl counter
utlldavlt and the court heurd oral teen
stony on the subject and decided that
the defendant could get a fair trial over
ruling the motion
Affidavit of what could be proved by
absent witnesses were then filed In order
to secure A continuance These absent
witnesses are said to be In IllirtoU Tex
an Dawson Springs Paducah and MuM
enberg county This the commonwealth
would not only have to admit the wit
nes e > Would so awear but that the
statement would be true This would
of course kill the whole case and merely
result In tie confinement of the defend
ant In the asylum for a brief period and
the commonwealth Will forced to agree
to a continuance
The court and the commonwealth
attorney have u 1t r1 mean of
bringing the caws to trial I The sheriff
vent to Paducah after witnesses and It I
was Intended that he iliould atop at I
Jaw on Spring and get witnesses there
The question of disposing of Arnier
until court has not been taken up It
IK l probable that he will be kept in jail
here 118 there U I now no danger of a
mob If there Will ever any danger
The witness wanted here wax Mr It
P Morris of fi21 North Twelfth street
fatherinlaw of tile prisoner lie was
ill but left for Calhoun It Is I under
stood he will swear stoner U crazy
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IMPROVING IN COLORADO
Mr Aibton Meacham formerly of
Paduonb and the first man appointed
rural mail carrier for Paducah II I Im
proving at Pueblo Cot where he
went for his health lome time ago
He II I a brother of Mr O ° A Meaobuni I
of the Sun
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NEARLY EVERYBODY
IN PADUCAH I
READS niB SUN
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10 CENTS lEU WEEK
HAPPENINGS IN
WORLD OF POLITICS
Senator Fairbanks Eebukes
Presidents Critics
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Senator Bevcridge Open The Cam 1
palgu In Indianapolis Dr
Swallow Speak
JUDGE PARKER IN NEW YORK
Helena Mont Sep 29 Charles W
Fairbanks lad night discussed the
charge of corruption made against the
republican party Ile refrained from
the mention of Parker name but it
was understood l by all that the speech
was Inspired by utterance of the demo
cratic candidate on this subject In his
litter of acceptance Speaking of the
part played by President l Roosevelt In
the prosecution of pontolllcc scandals
Senator Fairbanks said
lie has enforced the lawn He hat
driven corruption out of public place
Theodore Iloosevelt determined that so
far as lay In his power a betrayer of the
general Interest ihould be whipped out
of place and power lie set to work n
corps of inspectors In the great postof
flee department one of the greatest
piece of olllcial mechanism kt i th world
The president undertook to find out
whether some one Will betraying him
trust and lie made discoveries not
many but a few comparatively Who
were the offenders f Some republicans1
some democrats lie brought evil t lo
crs to the bar of justice The depart
mcnl of justice prostrated them and In
many cases the guilty are wearing
stripes of guilt
TIe who talk of corruption In the
administration must bear in mind if
they are just that there U I no man living
with n higher ponreptlon of civic duty
With more exalted ideal of olllcial reo
rponsibllity than Theodore Roosevelt
He has no sympathy for wrong doers be
cause he is a right doer himself Clean
himself he wfshe all men In the public
service to be likewise clean
A continuance of President noose i
veltH administration means a continu
alnico of the rigid searching scmtiny of
all officials of the government and a cer
taut condemnation ante punishment of
evil doer no matter how low or how
exalted they may bed
This outline of the president course
was received with general applause
SENATOR BEVEKIDOB SPOKE
Indianapolis Sept 29The first re
publican meeting of the campaign In In
dianapolis was held In Tomlinspn hall
last night An illuminated procession
escorted Senator Albert J 11eerldge l and
Congressman Overstreet to the hall
which was well filled
Congressman Ovcrstrect presided and
Introduced Senator Beverldge
JUDGE PARKERS CALLERS
Sew York Sept 20At no time since
Alton n Parker was nominated as the
candidate of the democratic party for
president I Ions be met so many member I
of hll party who occupy high positions
politically and commercially lIS on his
present visit to New York The candi
dates room at the Hotel Seville which
were filled yesterday were overrun with
visitor today Many came to discus
subjects of Interest in campaign work
and othera to congratulate Parker on his
letter of acceptance and his campaign
generally For tho first time on the New
York trips the candidate accepted din
ner invitation
invitutiotDR
DR SWALLOW TALKS
TLKSI
Cleveland Sept 29Tho prohibition
party candidate for president I Dr Sila
C Swallow wu the principal speaker at
a meeting of prohibitionist at the Sal
ration Army citadel audltorjum last
night Dr Swallow said that the most Inter
eating development of the present cam
paign from a prohibition standpoint was
the Interest taken In the subject by the
press lie said he had found It dllllcult
In former campaigns to get notice in
dally and weekly publications but this
year publisher sought article on the
subject of prohibition
MARRIED PADUOAH WOMAN
St Longs September 20PoIl08
Sergeant Patrick MoDonough the fiat
union man to climb the breaitvrork i
at Fort Doneldson is deadHis widow
was Anna King of Paducah Ky and
now resides here
TORNADO CAUGHT
A TRAIN OF CARS
Lifted it and Left it Unharmed
in a Ditch
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Four Men Killed By aB 0
TrIIDA Home Collapse In
Chicago Killing One
ARKANSAS SWINDLER IS TRIED
keels Kan Sept 29 A tornado
struck I a Burlington Route train near
hem last night and lifted It from the
track completely wrecking half a dozen
freight care and sitting the passenger
caw filled with passengers In a ditch
right side up without Injuring a Yjle
passengerDUILDING
11UILDIXO KILLS ONE
Chicago Sept 20A three Story flat
building In process of erection at Ash
land l avenue and Fiftyfifth street nil
lapsed today killing one man and se
riously injuring four other
ELIXJLVATE COLORED PEOPLE
Lima Ohio Sept 20The Lima
Presbytery unanimously voted to elimi
nate colored people from the member m
ship The action has caused a sensa
tion
FOUR KILLED 1
Frederick t 1Spt 2JFho men
supposed to Image been tramps were1
struck by n Baltimore A Ohio train near
here today Four were killed and the
fifth is i at a hospital here fatally Injur
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FALL OF ASHES
Rome Sept 29 There has been a
plentiful fall of fine ashes or Sand In
S allierll Italy wlilci ItTaitrlbuIeii fo
tho eruption of Mount V wylus pr time
strong wthds from the African detrft
ROBERTS > CQXYICTI EJ
Little Hock ArkcSept 20A mev
sage received from Tii < Uona announces
that the jury brought In a verdict of
guilty against John V Roberts fixluj as
bin punishment a fine of 91000 and sici I
months in jail lie was charged wjth
complicity in the Dr Lytle Insurance
fraud and was a candidate for congressf
nt tile time ofhjs arrest o t
BOYS FOLLOW
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The Example Set by Their
Elders
Schoolchildren Establish a Strike andr
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Picket the 8cbol l Hpnee
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Chicago September 30 Became
of a mistaken belief that an assistant
kindergarten just engaged for service
in their school was A negrets fitly j
boys stationed themselves ai pickets
around the McAlllitor Public School
yesterday and prevented pupil from
entering None of the picket is more
than 15 year of age
Outside the picket cordon a crowd
of 700 boys and girl hootqd and yelled
at the teachers looking from the win
down of the school building
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Every Infant striker wore a
badge to show that he or she belonged
to a union Some of the badge
were mostly scrap of paper with the +
word union scrawled aorori it
Other wore union buttons which rr
their father had worn Many of the
strikers carried club They threat
cncd violence against any child daring
to enter the school yard
After a detail of six policemen had 1
been sent to the school to preserve
order the itrlko was lettled A
committee appointed by tho youthful 4
strikers learned that the rumor of
a colored teacher having been em
ployed in the school was false About
80 per cent of the strikers went
back to their classes Truant officers
began a search for the absentee
RLeavitte R
Leavltte daughter of William J llryan +
of Nebraska has given birth to a girl
Mr and 11ra Lcavlttolmvo I been vMtlnfi i
In New Orleans for severui month s
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