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08VOL IX NO 21 PADUCAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1902 1 A YEAR
I
THE BILL PASSED
lodge Philippine Measure Goes
Through the Senate Yestcrdajj
f s All Amendments Wer Rejected by tin Ha i
jorUyTh Vote was 48 I
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CANAL BILL TAKEN UP TODAY
Washington June 4 Shortly after
S oclock yesterday afternoon the ten
ale paneil the Lodge Philippine gov
gov
government
ernment bill by a vote of 48 to 80
Three Republican Uesirs Hoar of
Massachusetts Mason of Illinois and
Wellington of Maryland voted again
the measure and one Democrat Mr
a7 McLaurln of South Carolina voted I
4for It All amendments offered by the
minority were rejected
The debate on the mVasur has been
In progress seven weeks and two days
Just at the clone of the dlicnisloa yes
terday a sharp exchange occuired be
tween Mr Deltilch of Nebraska and I
Mr Patterson of Colorado In th e
court of which the former reflected I
caustically noon the Colorado senator
lie was railed to order Lie remarks I
were read and 06 was declared to have
been out of order In uttijfnff them
< lie withdrew hu statement thus end
egg the controversy
After the puiage nf the Philippine
bill the NIcaracuab canal bill was
mate the nnuuUhed business and its
consideration will tvgfn today
Mr Quay of Pennsylvania when
the Philippine bill was brought nj
yesterday offered an amendment pro
viding that the duty on Imports to the
er
United States from the Philippines
products of the Islands shall be 60 I
per cent of the rate of duty charged on
similar Imports from other countries
The amendment was rejected II to
M
asAmI1101lnlt
Amendments of thVmlnorlty offered
by Messr Patterson Tiller Carmack
ItcLaurln of Mississippi and Oulber
jon In line with the arguments that I
as hey have made wen all voted down
The vote IbiD was taken on th I
minority substitute and It wee reject
d by a party vote save Mr Hoai
rr
and Mr Wlllngtosi voted ayeend Mr
Morgan and MoLaorln of South Case I
link Toted no The bill then wai
paiMj 48 to 80
The bill approves the action of the
president in the creating of the Phil
Ippln commission and the offices of
civil governor and vice governor of
the Islands and authorizes the gore
re
nor and via governor to exercise the
powers of government as directed b y
executive order Future appointments
of the governor or cite governor
shall be mad by the president with
the advice and consent of the senate
The bill of rights cf the United States
constitution are applied to the Philip l
Plat Islands with the exception of
the right to bear arms and the right to
a trial by jury i
The supreme court and other courts
of the Islands shall exercise jnrliJIc
lion ai heretofore provided by the
Philippine commission and the jot
tires of the supreme court shall be ap
pointed by the president and the men
ate the others by the civil govern
ment and the commission
The action of the preililent of the
United State in levying and collect
Ing tares li approved All the Inhab
itants of the Philippines are deemed I
to be citizen of the Philippine Is
lands and entitled to the protection of r
the United States
TELEPHONE OFFICIAL lIRE
Mr T D Webb of Nashville treat
seer of the Cumberland Telephone I
company is In the city today a guest I
of Manager A L Joyaea
t
r
LED TO THE ALTAR
Marriage Tills Morning of Mjss Mira
Gould and Mr Buck
Bishop Dudley Performed the Ceremony at I
Grace Church Murrin Kelley Wedding
InBroptltn
InBooUnl
THE BRIDES POPULAR IN PADUCAH I
An cxeredlnglv pretty wedding was
that of MlM Mint It Gould and Mr
Letter Lefferli Dick of N w York
city thlimorning at 10 oclock at f
Grace Episcopal church The cere
mony was witnessed l > y a large aD11I I
representative crowd and the artistic
summer column and many beautiful
women added to the attractiveness of
ate
any elaborate church decorations In
fact a charming simplicity character
feed the occasion The altar was
banked with Ascension lilies and
feathery asparagus and made a most
effective background
The bride looked very lovely la a I
charming gown of whit silk covered I
with chiffon and an overdrew of lace
and carried bride rOlL She entered I
with her brother Mr William T
Gould of Brooklyn N Y and w > i
preceded by the ushers Mr George
LangiUff Mr T J Klournny Mr
Jp Mocquot and Mr William
Hradihaw Jr and the attendants
who were her two nephews Muter
Elbrldge Palmer of the city and Mu
ter William Gould Jr of Brooklyn
N Y and little Miss Mary lure
Barnett of Padncab who carried the
wedding prayer book At the altar
they wore met by the groom and his I
best man Mr Muicoo Burnett of the
city The ceremony wai Impressively
said by Bishop T U Dudley of I
presWo
ed very delightfully at the organ
As the bridal party left the church
the small pages carried broad whit I
ribbons down the center alilei from
the reserved rats to the door which
wen held until the entire wedding r
party Including the family and guest
Invited to the home had sl oat
This feature was a very pretty and I
graceful one The little maid of hon
or who looked very charming jm a
whit dress with pink ribbons car
ried the brides boqnet U they left the
church An Informal reception fol
lowed the ceremony at the beautiful i
Gould home which was artistically
decorated for the occasion Delight
fill refreshments of Individual toes and
Oaks wen served and a number of t
friends and relative wen present
Mr and Mn Buck left at noon for
the east and will spend the summer
In an ntstorlo old colonial mansion on
the Hudson
To marriage of Miss Nell Martin
niece of Colonel John J Dorian of the
city to Mr John Kelley of New York
look place this morning at the church I
of the UacredrUart Brooklyn N Y
the brides bony at 10 oclock and
after ft reception at the home of the
brides mother the couple left for the I
Catikllli on I bridal tour Mist Mar
rln hu made her home In Brooklyn I
ng
for the past two years and U a young
lady of many attactlons end was ODe
of the most popular In Paducah during
her several years residence here Mr
Kelley Is i a promising young business I
man of New York and the couple will
reside In the latter place
Miss Pearl Lancaster of Cairo and
George B Osgood ilf Chicago were
married at Cairo last night and the
wedding was very elaborate The
ceremony was performed at the Pre
byterian church The bride la a reign
Ing belle of Cairo U quite II fine ling
Padl1obI I
The room li a lumberman in Chi
cage
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THE STRIKE TROUBLE I
Six Negroes Two Perhaps Fatally
Hurt at Chicago
Hon Michael Herbert Succeeds Lord Paun
eefote It Wnhin lon as English
Ambassador
OTHER FLASHES FROM THE WIRE
MORE STRIKE TROUBLE
TROUBLEIN
Chicago June 4Tbe disturbances
attendant upon the jacking house
teamsters strike broke out afresh early
today when a wagon belonging to for
mer Alderman Uuddleiton driven by
nonunion men tried to land a load of
hams and bacons at the station of the
Chicago and Northwestern railroad
A crowd of toughs and sympathizer
set upon the driver and overturning
his wagon stole the meat
Then a pitched Utlle occurred be
tween a crowd of negroes Imp ratted
from tit Louis to take the places of
the striking teamsters and toughs and
trlkleg teamster at Fortyfifth street
and Centre avenna in which six
negroes wen badly hurt two perhaps
mortally
UIPLOMAT10 CHANGES
Washington June 4Two Import
ant change were announced in dip I
lomatic representation circles at
Washington today Hon Michael
Herbert sncceedi the late Lord
Panncef ote ai British ambassador and
Senor De Ojeda succeeds the Duke
eof Arco as Spanish minister
INDIANA DEMOCRATS
Indianapolis InJ June 41be
41beI I I
Bryan and the antiBryan force will
lock horns In the Democratic state I
convention here today and ai the lay
lug is Bryan will get It when Kill
wore the beads The Hoosier Demo
Brats have bad enough of the defeat
tv
and disaster that trails around after
the Bryan banner and Mr Bryan li I
lure to be knocked out
AGAINST PAUSING COMPANIES
Bt Louis June 4Tbe supreme
supremed
ooonood that It had overruled th s
ta o
quash the Information filed against
them by the attorney general
NO APPEAL 1 GABLE
THE JUDGMENT AOAINST THK l
CITY WILL LIKELY
tD PAID
Itli I probable that the judgment t
against the City of Paducah In favor
of William Patterson for about 19000
non the brick street contract 9800be
paid by the city without further con
test This hat not yet been definitely
decided but It U understood that the
mayor and several members of th e
general council have met and decided
that this is I the most advisable thing
to do One member stated that the
longer the case was fought the larger
would be the attorneys fees against
the city and that they law no pros
peel of beating It In the courts
MONDAYe
Mr John Barnett the newly elected
justice of Ibo peace In the fourth gills
trice will hold his first court Monday
It will be convened In U S Commie
stoner Gardners office on North
Fourth street
streetd
DEEDS
A li Rapp and others deed to
George M Alexander for 1300 prop
arty on Fourth street
Miss Kffl Kappolee of Barrettes
Landing U agueit of Mn James po
Ue Long
CHIEF CLERK DEAD
Sudden Demise This Morning of MrI I
Louis I Baumgardner
He Had Been III Onlj a Few DaysChief
Clerk In the Master Mechanics
Office
BEEN WITH THE ROAD TWELVE YEARS
A sudden death was that this morn
Ing of Chief Clerk Louts Banmgard
ner of the master mechanic office I
of the Illinois Central at the Illinois
Central hospital at 8 oclock from
peritonitis after I brief lllntis
Mr Baumgardner left the office
Friday slightly ill but his illness
was not thought to be serious until
last night when he rapidly grew
worse and expired about 5 oclock
this morning Ills death came as a
great shock to his friends and ac
quaintances
quaintancesThe
The deceased was one of the most
popular of the railroad employes IIe
succeeded Mr Charles O Morris as
chief clerk August 4 last and came
here from Clinton 111 having served
ai chief clerk to Matter Mechanic
Bannerman at that place He resided
at Twelfth and Monroe streets
lie had been with Ibo Illinois Cen
tral for the past twelve years and was
one of its most industrious and valued
employes
His parents reside at Cherokee
Iowa end were this morning notified
of their nons sudden death
Mr Baumgsrdner leaves a wife and
little daughter to mourn Ml lots and
his MJ demise ll generally regretted
by the other employee of the road
11 has not yet been decided what will
bo done with the remains
WTEBESNNG SERVICE
AT CUMBERLAND PRESBYTER
IAN CHURCH THIS
EVENING
Her J OL RiM of the Cumberland
Presbyterian church U conducting I
rill of Bible studies on the life of
the Apostle Paul followed b11
twentyminute lecture on the abJect
at his prayer meeting services Tb ° I
abject for this evening li I The First
1
Six Yean of Active Ministry All
member And friends are urged to at
tend and bring their BIbles These I
studies 1 are proving very entertaining
and helpful and should attract many
RETURNS TO MARSHALL
MR RUFUS STORY TO GO INTO
THE POULTRY BUSINESS
Mr nora Story of Norton street
near Filet hu sold his home and
leaves in a few days for Little Cy
press Marshall county to go Into the
poultry business He has resided In f
Paducah for many years and bat been
employed by Rehkopt and Co Little
Cypress was his former home and
he Is expectted to do well there His
many friends In Paducah will regret
to learn of his contemplated departure
WAS ROBBED
BISHOP DUDLEY RELIEVED OF
816 NEAR YORK PA
Bishop T U Dudley of Louisville
who officiated at the GouldBuck wed
ding today was robbed of IT on a
train a day or two ago while at Get
tysburg Ft with the Central Penn
sylvania Diocese of the Episcopal
church Bishop Talbot was robbed of
I 1700 check + i r
Subscribe for The San
CURFEW DID NOT RING
Whitesides Failed to Make His I
e Speech onI I Boodlelsm
The Authorities ire Making it Hot for
Him Triilt In I the Police
I
Court
JUDGE SANDERS HAD A LONG SESSION
Jack WhltilJn the former saloon
man who promised to make it hot for
everybody In Paducah failed to make
his appearance at Ninth and Broadway I
bit night to speak of boodlelim In
Paducah lie had promised to address
tLe public and band oat a bot article
bat he was non eit when the time
came
He was on band In the police court I
this morning however when foal
cases against him for telling whiskey
without a license and one for Immor
ality were called The evidence was
partially beard anti the cases left
open until tomorrow lie cannot be
remitted on the present charge unless
more evidence to I secured The only
evidence against him In the liquor
cases It that of a young man named
Quinn who worked fur him and says
that Whltosldes owed him money and
paid him In whiskey after be had
been refused a license by the council
The question for the court to decide li f I
whether It would U considered lelllng
liquor In law
In the Immorality case then li the
testimony of one man and the testi
mony to the contrary of Whllcl l m
and the Woman The cam will be fin
lobed tomorrow
II It Jones li I the name of a cat
penter charged with drawing a knife
on bin w lie and running her out of the
home lie was fined IJO and cost s
sp
and pot under 1300 bond to keej
the JlacI I
John Ilamell wu arrested last night
by Lieutenant Moor fpr carrying B
concealed I deadly weapon and wu
fined S5 and given ten days In Jail
A disorderly conduct case against him
was diim Used
aCurie Tandy was lilted 3 and cat
for ruing Insulting language
Albert Smith was fined U and coiti
fora drunk and John McCmllilUr sand I
ud costs for being drunk and disor
1dearly
The cases against Rufus Crow and
Clarence Orloe colored boys for
stealing some tools was again left t
open Cross will doubtless be held to
answer
Tobe Dennis for being drank and
disorderly was fined 83 and costs
Mack MoOlnre colored charged
with beating up his daughter was ac
quitted hot recognized In the sum of
1200 for his good behavior It seem
be cbaitlied her for rDonlbl awr
from home
Mill Lucy Scott who has beD at
tending school at fiellbaven college In
Jackson Mlsi returned home today
at noon 1
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NEW SCHOOL TRUSTEE
Mr E W Bokmon Elected to Suc
ceed MrR G Terrell Last Nighti i
The Ore Session Plan Was Ordered Discon
tinued by the BoardGood School
Attendance
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WHAT THE SCHOOL BOARD DID
The school board held its regular
meeting last night
Superintendent O B Itatfield pre
tented his monthly report showing an
Increase In attendance of 83 white
pupils and decrease of 18 colored pu
pils over last month The increase of
tuition pupils has been great and this
year Ibo schools have over four times
ai many paid pupils n they had last
year The attendance during the past
month was reported not damaged by
the carnival confusion Superintend
eat Hatfleld also said that from correct
figures he drew a very good compari
son between the Oovington and Padu
cab schools and the amount of money
expended In the running expenses
salaries etc
Paducah with only twothirds the
attendance of Covington expends for
running expenses only onethird Ibo
money used In Covington This all
goes against Ibo councils Idea that too
much is I being spent by the schools
The work of the buildingcommittee
was also complimented and commend
ed The one session Idea which has
been In effect for the past two weeks
was reported successful and Saperln
tcndcnt llatfleld recommended that It
be again tiled the first six weeks of
Io I
speaking of vaccination be itated that
on account of the vaccination law all
pupils will have to be vaccinated be
fore they enter school next season and
all who have not undergone the open
lion should go to a physician and hava
4h0 work performed now 10 that they
can enter the 1011991 atjhe opening
term without uy oonfailon
sThe treasurer report sbowlug 10
49007 on hand May Ii disbursements
IJSJI3 and bAa oe on baadlf
J J4 was received and filed
ostaChairman Welll Of the building
committee reported all the Improve
meats progressing nod Chairman
Cleave of the examination committee
stated that the committee bad fixed
the two days following the CommcnA < Jv
meat exercises for the examination of
teaehert and the examinations will
begin at 9 oclock each morning
It was moved that the one Hilton
otd
the term but after a lengthy discussion
the motion was lost Messrs Lally
and Weillo being the only member
voting for It
Chairman Mammen of the unitary
committee reported that the blank
forms to be used In the physical ex
amination of all applicant for teach
withy
the rale adopted last year were ready
and moved that an Investigation te
made to ascertain It the city physician
was the proper man to examine the
appUcautt The report anJ motion
were adopted
Secretary Sutherland of the commit
tee appointed to draft resolutions of re
gret to the reslnnatioiTcf Mr R O
Terrell reported the resolution ready
They wen read and ordered spread
on the minutes of the proceedings
Chairman Wellle of the building
committee reported on his visit to St
Louis and In his report recommended
that the fan system for beta heating
anti furnishing cold air In the summer
be adopted and that no more buildings
smaller than eighteen room be bola
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