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lPAGE l TWO r BTHE PADS CAH T iLNdNI SUVV THURSDAY ocronnn 4 i J
MOST STRATEGIC W
fSTRATEGIGPOSITION
POSITION TAKEN
Becklmm Says Atliuinistiiitio
Sa3sAdulinistlatiWill
Will Bo Issue
Charges That Ills Opponent Is Figl li
r i Ing Party Organization llcforo
+ Cgmpalyii If
i PIQ AUDIGNCK AT KKNTCCK
b4 t a
In a speech an hour In length at
the Kentucky theater last nigh
Gov J C W Beckhnm assumed It
etragetlc position of defending the
Democratic state administration
against attacks from Inside i Its
ranksHow
4 How could Senator McCreary or i
r peneral Hays as nominees of tne
Democratic party during the State
campaign defend the party against
the charges of the Kepubltcans he
asked The Issues or the state can
palgn will not be of tariff or mat
tern of national Import The Issues
will be whether the Democratic or c
flepubllcan party will give the state
fyf t Kentucky the best government
Ind I on that Issue the Democratic
ibarty will have to stand by the re
f ord of Its administration
< The Kentucky theater was nilId
with an audience composed prlncl
patty of men On the stage were E
IA < Cross Democratic candidate fat
city Judge and others Mayor Yel
t ser presided and Introduced HOE
Hal S Corbett who spoke at som
length preceding the governor Mr
Corbetts theme was that the world
and this country are undergoing a
change and new Issues are arlsln
+ that require new men and youni
f roes hopeful for the future In con
elusion he pointed to the governo
as embodying the progressive spirit
k of the younger element or Kentuck
I
k
Pale Delicate Woman and Girls
Tho Old Standard Groves Taste
leas Chill Tonic drives out malaria
and builds up the system Sold by all
dealera tor 27 years Prior GO cents
the Kentucky
t
TO = NIGHT
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The Beautiful Romantic
Drama
r Why She
Was Sacrificed S
A4
t I
Produced By
A Company of
Artists of Un
usual Merit
A Story of Love and Honor
A Play That Appeals
to the Heart
Prices 23c afic BOc T5c
Hull on tuilo WtilntMliiy U I a in
k
Monday Night Oct 8 i
it
A Great Comedy
Success
A Race
Racefor
for a
Widow
Wllh
Pete Baker
Of Chris and Lena Fume
And a Great Cast
New Sags New Specialties
f 1 Pritrwtt16cr 3Tco c 7 c flOO
r lioate eM alc Satu lay U 1 H
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n i Y 1
Democracy and challenged his ene
raica to attack > Ills record
Governor Bcckha1n < in taking Uie
floor regretted the necessity of can
ducting such a fierce fight as Is be
Ing waged within the ranks of the
Democratic party but no said Sen
tor McCreary and General lIays
have attacked the admlnlstratlo
and he must defend It
Ijte then took up tho argutnpn
and criticisms of Senator McCreaf I
beginning with the latter cltlms
based on his recora of four years 1 In
the executive chair ending Septgn
ber 1 1879 Senator McCrfcary r re
duced the tax rate from 45 to 40
cents but Governor Beckham said
he hurt the states credit and threw
the departments Into such financial
confusion that his successor asked
the legislature to restore the five
cents The rate Is now CO cents but
the governor defends the rate on +
the ground of improvements and ex
tension In the states work and re
sponsibilities since 1879
Senator SIcCreary clalmaho In 1
troluced the agricultural department
ment and the geological survey but
Governor Beckham card the Vlepar
ment of agriculture was useless ui
tit his administration took It In I
hand strengthened It and Increase
Its appropriation while the abandoi
ed geological survey was revived b 1
bs administration
administrationHe
He said he had been attacked be
cause he signed the dog law but he
found that Senator McCreary durln
his term had signed two of them
He theft entered Into an elabo
rate exposition of wnat his ndmlnh
tratloa has done for tho state and
took up the attacks of General hay
In regard to the building of the new
capitol he said he had used the
Bdmo methods employed In the Con
structlon of all public buildings and
paid the same commissions lie
claimed that the architect advocated
by General Hays had defrauded the
state of Texas out of thousands oC
dollars
He closed with an eulogy for Pa
ducah and the ladles
He left at noon today In a launcl
for Smlthland where Tib speaks this
afternoon
Tall Tree Yarn
Scott Cummins the poet of Winchester
hester Woods county was a cow
puncher > 4n tho northwest many years
ago His outfit came to Snake river
one day with 300 > 0 cattle cummins
with a poets license relates what
nppcncdThe
The river was too dangerous Cor
swImmIng but after following the
tank a short distance the forema
ound a giant redwood tree that had
alien across the river Fortunately
the tree was hollow and making a J
huts they had no trouble In drivIng
the cattle through the log to the <
other side
As the cattle had not beeu count
cd for several days one of the cow
boys was stationed to count them as
hey emerged from the log Th < I
omit fell short some 300 head IlIIt
bout that time a distant bellowIng
vas heard
beardTheir
Their surprise may be Imagined
then on looking about they found
hat the cattle had wandered off Into
a hollow IImbKansas City Star
Stari
Cut Her f00 Candle Cake
Surrounded by four generation
of her family and at least fifty de
icendants Mrs Margaret Carpenter
celebrated Thursday night her 100th
ilrthday at the home of her sonIn
law Elias It Hull 1102 Gates ave
nue Brooklyn None appeared to
bo more active or took more notice
f what was going on around her
han did the centenarian When the
Tchestra struck up a waltz Mrs
Carpenter took the Initiative and
racefully spun around the room
wIth her 13yearold greatgrandson
Herbert it Hull Jr for a partner
A feature of fie feast was a huge
ako with 100 pink and white can
dIes The aged worn ns liana was
heady as she cut the cake and gave
a 1 piece of It to each guest Sho in
Ited all to be present next year
when she would give as souvenirs
feces of her own handiwork
ew York World
Iostpoiiril Liberality
Little Helen aged 4 was In B
rightful predicament The nurse
carrying the cherished 2wecksold
aby up and down before the house
had paused to show the new infant
to the bishop who had asked to look
at i It And then the tall grave blab
op of whom Helen stood greatly In
awe had unexpectedly asked the
iltle girl to give him the baby
How in the world to refuse a re
quest made by such an awelnsplr
lng person oa the bishop tho child
did not know But presently she
Tinkled her small countenance
hrowdly moved closer to the petl
loner and said ingratiatingly Ill
let you have the next Harpers
Weekly
tit Musicale
See to It that Mr Jones does not
drInk too much If he docs he gets
angerous
angerousDoes
Does ho fight
No he begins to play tho piano
Translated for Talej from Aleg
endorfer Blatter t
ELL
RITE SOX WINh
LEAGUE PERM i
Chicago is Chnmiuoii in Tli c
American LcugucJ
1 V l y e IVY i e i
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Only Four Inincn to tic Plriyrd nil l
Gin lacks Kv ryoiie ot Them >
jl niul Still Iacl
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crli1EiAXO AXI > XKW yon t
YOltlr
Chicago Oct 4The ChIcago <
American league club became he
winner of the pennant for 1900 who
both games of II double header at 81
Louis yesterday in which the Chlcngo ill
team was scheduled to play were
called off on account of wot ground1
while Philadelphia and Now York
split even In two games played ilt
Philadelphia > f I
The Chicago club cannot be o91 r
taken even though they loso tOllr
games yet to be played The best tiic
Now York team can do Is to win tIle
remaining three games In while h
event they alai finlshvsocom i just oil e
half a game behind the pennant win
ners Only one same separates Cleveland
and New York for second place
Cleveland has four games more to
play and If they can win oil tofu
fan York losing one Cleveland will
take second place by halt a game
i J
Xnlional Irntnif gamel i
Boston 4 Brooklyn 13 Bait i
lee1f ffer Dorner ONeill a 1
Brown Scanlori and Merges 3
New York 1 Philadelphia 2 Bat
terles Mcainnity and Smith litchi
and Donovan 5
t
American League
St LouisChicago Wot grounds
Philadelphia 5 rew York 7 B l
terles Shuman Holmes and Berry1
Clarkson and Thomas
Second IIIIIUI
Philadelphia 3 New York 0 Bat
terles Dygert and Byrnos Hogi
and Thomas t
Cleveland 4 Detroit 13 Batter
lesHess and Bemis Efubanks am
Payne
Washington 2 Boston 1 Bat
terles Kaulkenberg and Warne1
Harris and Armbruster
ArmbrusterSecond
Second rtuinjv J
JWashlngtQn
les Wilson and Wakefleld Swarm
Btadt and Cnrrigan i
t
Ilralilc Iluyliii Tniiks 1
Dick Brahlc the star Indian of tin
aducah Kitty team is gathering InI 1
dory and green backs by serving i
in amateur with the Metropofli
club Although Dick Is growing so
tat that his brothers have to assist
him in getting on his clothees be has
been pitching great ball for the lit
tle city down the river In a gamr
at Cairo a few days ago agalne t
Cairos Own he struck out four
een allowed but three hits and war
b jythe score of 11 to 4 In the las
ame at Metropolis with the Cafc
Own as opponents Brahlc struck out
ilghtettn allowed only two hits aed
von his game by a count of 14 tojjl
rte hitting feature that day tl t
arables home run with the ba s2 t
crowded The only way for a fat
nan to pull off a homer Is over the
ence and that Is where he drove It I
Then the grand staid dug down In
heir trousers find handed him 17 80
In real l money
Bob Hays > a Paducah bo1s play
ng with the Metropolis club cover
ng first base and catching
Dictation
Booth Tarkington docs not dictate
his stories lie Is a toe to the habit
Qf Ration
RationThe
Tho dictating habit Is a growing
me he said recently Everybody
iowaday has a secretary and dlc
ates He smiled
When I was in the Indiana logl
attire he said an old colored
nan appeared as a witness before
one > of our committees
In the course of his examination
these questions were put to the muu
What Is your < name
Calhoun Clays sah
Can you sign your name V
Sail 7
gallI
IfI ask If you can write your
name II Well no Ijoah Ah nebbah writes
liar name Ah dictate Itsah P
I Jxcharige
Disappointed
Inquisitive If as you say you
new this man to be a rake why
dId you Invite him to your house
Henpeck Heavens man I never
reamed bo would elopo with my
aughter I thought ho would carry
oft my wife Translated for Tales
from Ie Hire
The bathing here Is the best Ive
ever seen Ethel Do you swim
The Horrid Thing No I only look
puc lid
a ILUjaJII
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THE above illustrations were made from photographs of the new Louis XV
overcoatthe one which is destined to be so popular this fall and winter
We have on display in our Overcoat Department a stunning presentation of this
j
syle in both dark and light shades of herringbone grays
This coat is rather out of the ordinary being formfitting in the back and
the skirt made with a flare Some of them are made with 24 inch center vents
others with two additional blind side vents of the same length
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When you call you will also find a complete showing of the best single and
double breasted skirted coats Top Coats Cravenettes and other conservative
models all of the best fabries and latest styles
II I 10 15 20 2530 40 J I
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SEILUIE
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You buy Kentucky or Pittsburg Coal from us
Remember these facts are not misleading can
and guaranteed too We give just as big bushels just as good coal and as much coal as youri i
money will buy anywhere
MOT PS
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mown remedy for women equals them Cnnnot do Iarnj llfi
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GUY NANCE SON
Undertakers and Embalmer
New Phono 334 a r Old Phony G99
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