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The Paducah evening sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, February 08, 1910, Image 8

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trRe Passnjje of One That Regard t
hug Vitlulnuval of Pub
P lie Loiiii
S laI
c Washington Fib STLe neces
sity for the passage at the present
1session of congress of good laws for
f the protection of the natural re
f sources is the keynote of n report
to the national conservation associa
tion by PInchot recently chosen
takes In1 I
president Pinchot up
what he calls a spirit of construc
tive criticism the nine bills relat 1
lpg to the conservation of natural F
t resources Introduced In congress In
behalf of Ualllnger
PInchot urges the enactment ot
one of these namely the bill on the
withdrawal of public lands recently J
reported by Senator Nelson after It
had been amended as the result Ins
part al least of conferences between 1St I
the committee and officers of theIJ
conservation association C
Ot the other eight he believes some
require amendment and others must
t be reserved hjvcast altogether The
coal phosphate Oil asphaltum ondI I
natural gas bills the report says
j wisely peparutes the surface from I
the 4nth 1yingnInerals and provide
far ifiq disposal qtthe minerals by
lease notbY sale
The coal bill he objects contains
no sufficient antimonopoly clause
The clause which purposes to regu
late the rates to be charged the pub
lic Is so framed that It may easily be
Another clause he adds may re
duce the standard of mining to the
wasteful level of the prevailing com
merce practice
practicef f bill for the survey
of railroad land grants he behooves
that It will enable the railroads to
properly perfect titles to their lands
but overlooks the long pending un
dcstandlng between certain of the D
roads and the orest service for the I
return of railroad lands within the
t national forests to the United States t
In return to the right to tut In one 1
body an amount of timber equal toI
that on the lands returned I
Of the water power bill Pincho
declares it repeals In silence the exC C
biting water power law curtails the
t already ample power now exercised
with the approval of tho former at
torney general I 1
The fault found by Pinchot withy
f tho reclamation bill Is that It opens
reclaimed lands to absentee andI I f
lords and speculatorso I
The worst feature of the bill ford
r the sale of timber and timber landsC
ho declares is that it replaces ther
objectionable featurd of the timber
cand stone act which was an Induce 0
ment to speculation In government c
1 Umber with provisions which pro n
mote speculation and retard the development G
vclopment of mineral lands far be b j
yond the act it repealsp t
repealsI I I p
Assailants Hanged
Kansas City Feb SFour hun
dred poopld witnessed the hanging t
this nornliig0if < Jphn Williams and of
GcorgaRdynqlds > iiegroes convicted
of assaulting a white woman LastI j I
plght both Issued denials of tbet
guilt The nlghtt of December 23
Mrs W K Jackson was seized while tl
on her way home and dragged to ft
vacant houso and kept at the mercy j c
of negroes moreothan an hour She Sl
whispered her story to the Jury soK I d
r that nobody else could heart I I I
I Headquarters forCoal Ia I i
M1 Pittsburgh Goal L Co I q
IP1br It t
i Office 00 1 South Third St
a Phones No 3p
Tbo oil of wtntergrcen compound
for eczema known as D D D Pre
tcrlptlon can be secured ab Pnsen
from R W Walker Co In n 25 rent
bottle This offer Is especially made ti II
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have not yet tried the remedy Om
botte will suffice to cure a mill I
case and the flrst application wll 1
Instantly prove to you that you get
relief at once from the Itch The
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gone JrullOn our special recommend
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River Singes
Pittsburgh 29 13 fall I
Cincinnati 204 04 rlBC
Louisville 82 02 rlso
EvansrHIo 11 13 fail
ALL Vernon 188 OC faiH
Mt Carmel il 03 fall
Nahvllhs 95 02 fall I i
Chattanooga 51 00 std +
Florence 28 04 fall
JohnoonvHlo 54 02 fall
Cairo I2G5 17 fall
St Loula JI2 4 02 fail I
Pad Utah 18 17 mn1
BuntiMo 22 04 fall
Carthage 35 03 fall
Hirer Forecast I
Tho river here will continue fall I
nK today and tomorrow
ToOuyn Arrivals
Dick Fowler from CaIrot
Chattanooga from Tennesseef f
Clyde from Waterloo Ala
John S Hopkins from Evansville r
John T Lowry from Evansville f
Fulton from Louisville
Cowling from Metropolis
Ohio from Golcondac
Todays Departure a
Fowler for Cairot t
Hopkins for Evansvllle f
Ohio for Golconda I
Cowling for Ittropollllc
Fulton for Cairo t
Lowry for Evansvilleh
Clyde for Joppa 111
Hirer anti Weather
Gauge at 7 a m17S feet r fall t
of 17 foet Weather partly coudy f
and business goods
IXoltI and Personals j I
Capt John E Rollins president of 1
tho Paducah G Illinois ferry com
pany Is confined to his bed with tho I
grip 1
The towboat Fulton passed down
at 730 oclock this morning for I
Cairo with a tow of coal I
The Evansvllle boats Hopkins and S
Lowry were In port today on time I
with good freight trips and many t
passengers There will be no Evans
vllle packet tomorrow s
Tile Peters Leo leaves Cincinnati 1
for Memphis tomorrow evening at 5
clock arriving at Paducah Satur
day She leaves Memphis again for r
Cincinnati next Tuesday evening ar t
riving hero next Thursday =
The second Lee Line boat to be
operated between Memphis and Cin
cinnati leaves Memphis this after
noon at 5 oclock She Is the
Georgia Lee that sunk and was over
hauled here last year She Is due In
port Thursday en route upstream
Capt Henry Leyhe president and
general manager of the Eagle Packet
company of St Louis arrived here
this morning to look after the work
repairs being made to that comI I
panys boats now in winter quarters
here The Eagle boats will resume
their trade some time next month
The river here has been falling for
the past week at an average of 2 feet
dally The fall is diminishing how
fand rivermen look for the 1
stream to reach a stand In a few J
o follow f
The towboat Henrietta is prepar
Ing to depart for the Tennessee river
after ties 1
From Chattanooga Tenn the
Chattanooga arrived early this morn
Ing with a big trip She will Jeave t1
for Chattanooga again In a day or v
The J lJ Richardson is due to
morrow from Clarksvllle She leaves b
t noon for Nashville
The Clyde arrived this morning
from Waterloo Ala and departed
for Joppa III to unload She is
due back tonight and leaves at 6 pII
m tomorrow Waterloon
evening for Waterloo
Ala e
IThe Kentucky is duo from River
ton Ala Thursday nightM
Can Hold Howard 0
A warrant authorizing Chief of
Police Slngcry to hold Sam Howard t
until an officer from the penitentiary
arrives was received at police head
quarters from Chester 111 where
Howard violated the parole law An
officer from the penitentiary Is ex v
> ected at any timer to take Howard
Involves About 200000 Jwlg o
Kvnnx lands Dawn n IxiiRtliy
Louisville Ky Feb SJudge
Walter Evans In the federal court
handed down an Important decision
In the matter of a mitt Instituted by
the creditors of the defunct Owens
boro Savings Dank and Trust com
pany against the stockholders of
that Institution by virtue of which
judgment Ja given against the stock
holders for twice the amount of their
stock under the double liability
cause The decision Is adverse to I
the stockholders at every point and
favors the creditor Attorney George
W Jolly for the stockholders an
nounced an appeal
The cato rotates to the affairs of
the Owcnsboro Savings Dank and
Trust company which failed under
disastrous circumstances two year
ago The president of the bank Mr
James PanJen has been rent to the
penitentiary for rive years for com
plicity In frauds thfc court of appeals
havlni upheld his ttcleuco recently
Liabilities of n Million
Mr T A PcdJejr ths receiver is
trying to got the affairs of the de
tuna bank In shape to make such
settlement as Is possible with the de
positors The total loss was = 1OOO
000 The creditors will not get over
ID cents on the dollar
Tho opinion of Judge Evans In the
ruse Is very lengthy covering nearly
sixty sages The court holds that
the stockholders are clearly able
for double the amount of stock held
About fifty defendants were named
of whom however some have already
made settlements
Heavy Judgment Against Mr lUre
Direct Judgment is given against
thlrjy lx The largest single judg
ment is against Mr Ezekiel nice
formerly of Louisville but now re
siding in the west The Judgment
fa for = 25000 Judgment Is grant
ed against J W Aesop in the sum of
9000 > In all something like 24 > 0
000 mutt be paid by the stockhold
ers for the benefit of the credtori
In his opinion which is over sixty
pages In length Judge Evans over
rules all the various pleas made by
itockholdere to the effect that they
secured their stock because of fraud
ulent statements by Parrlth and oth
TS He holds that they had the
stock and were responsible to the etc
KMttors and must pay the full
The money collected through the i
processes of the federal court wIn he
turned over to Mr Pedley the re
ojmlnr MeinbiT of Firs Department D
Rccolvfs Sad News Front S
had iana
Noah English a popular fireman t
lt No 4 fire station Tenth and
Jones streets reeeired a telegram T
today through Undertakers Nance
logerg from Ijorlnp La telling oft
he tragls death of hIs brother Ar t
Jur English 22 years old Engllih t
railroad fireman was run over andt
tilled by a train there yesterday butf
IW particulars came In the brief
message received here Tho remains
were embalmed at Shrevesport Iw >
oday and will be sent to Calvert
CUr Ky his former home forfJ
burial Mr Noah English will at 11
end the funeral
English1 had been south for four c
ears going there from Marshall o
ounty where h 8 lived He was un t
marrIed and an Industrious young t
man Survivlns him are four broth
ers and one sister ai follows
lescra Noah EngllOi of this I
iltyMaUhew and Archie English of c
ilaxshall county and Dod English Ii
of Illinois Hit sister Is Mrs Martha D
torscy of Marshall county Mr Guy
lanco la expecting a telegram again
today nnd tho body will probably ar
rhu at divert City tomorrow and c
the funeral held Thursday t
Well I my little man Inquired a 1
v1stor pleasantly who are ou1 t
Im the babys brother was the 1
igotruous oreplrThe Truth Seeker a
1 JIf If The best coal in the city and abundance of it Plenty of teams to hauljit No coal famine with us Give us your order and you wilt not be disappointed
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t xtrdordinarq dale l
5C88ar Grsets
JkeqIaee in refit
500 corsets 375 650 cruets 475 300
iorsets 550 12 corsets 8 18 corsets 1250
Wednesday fJhursdai Jridaii Nh
Beauty is InherentIt Needs But Bo Revealed Good Lines and Quality F
Count GOSSARD CORSETSwill stnml the critical inspection of Ladies acI I v
uiojsnaod not only to excellence hut elegance They have every good point that can ho claimed t
for other corsets and THEY LACE IN FRONT Think what that means J
The Sculptured Back Support for the Abdomen
Long Slender Natural Lines Easy Adjustment
TijCorrect Poise Shoulders Back Chest Out
There is n model exactly right for you In placing these Corsets on sale at these i reduced prices
we have two objects in view To reduce our stock which in anticipation of our demonstration fi
sale this past fall which owing to illness of demonstrator was called off llro bought more free
ly I than we would have otherwise Second reason A good many ladies who have never had the
pleasure and comfort of wearing n Qossard FrontLace Corset will ho induced to buy nt these
prices hence making a life long customer for this Corset Those who are now wearing this Car
set we know will be delighted at this opjx > rtunity Of course theso price arc on stock in hand In y
Ve anticipate u big rush so telephone down at once and make your appointment for fitting Mt Wo t i r ItI y
can only fit so many a day and the sale lasts only three days tlY
Wednesday Thursday and ridal
11 GTHEi
I r
Rostands Chantecler Proves to
be Great Artistic Success in Paris
Paris Feb 8 Hollands Chant
ecler which had Its drew rehearsal
last night fit the Porte St Martin
theater Is eaallyMhe leading icntn
tlonof the hour tp Paris
Todays papers print mOTe about
the porfoniianoutliaaot the details
of the misery wrought by the recent
flood The critics re unanimous
that as a poem of lyric beauty
Ohant CIt Is unsurpassed and
many pronounce It Rostands master
piece All pay tribute to the marvel
oils Ingenuity with which the author
depicts the play of human weakness
In the Barnyard Romance but
manifest doubt that It will prove a
popular dramatic tuctess
Too English and American critics
fear that the delicate French flavor
will be wholly lost In translation
Km liaise Cyrnno
The piece was wonderfully staged
and the ptot thrilling Gultry Mme
Sim nne Le Dargy the ben pheai
ant GallIlKLur the blackbird and
Coquelhi tho dog carried off the
honors The secret of the many de
lays Incident to the presentation of
the play Is now explained by the
changes made at tho end of the play
The hen pheasant after vataty try
ng to Induce Chantecler whom she
has enticed to the forest to protons
the night thirtysix hours during
their nuptials betray him and he
returns to the barnyard to his faith
ful hens
The critics generally consider that
the brilliancy of the verse turpawes
even Cyrano If that Is possible
but the artUtlc note struck lc 80
high that they doubt whether the
play will be a popular success after
curiosity has worn off It la rum
ored that Ilostaml himself will play
the roo of Chautocler at the benefit
to bo given for tho flood sufferers
KottamlB Chantoclcr probably
IB the most unique production over
presented on the stage No humbn
character appears In the cast The
dramaUa pertonae are fowls birds
and animals and as they necessarily
are as large os the men and women
who enact the parts everything
which appears upon the stage Is up
on a corresponding ecdU Chantecler
the hero Gultry ia filled with II
lusions about hit place In the world
Ho Imagines lao lg master of the nun
that the sun rises at the end of night
because Chantoclcr has awakened
and crowed The play dispels thlb
Illusion In the heart of Ohairtecler
Barnyard Scene
The first act open with tho sun
rising on a barnyard A fence
which seems Immense because It la
In proportion separated tho yard
from a road beyond which ia a for
eat background To the right a wood
en shoe forgotten by tho > farmers
wife lg 1 of the size It would appear
to the chicken and nearby a chair
completes the scale illusion Its legs
which alone are seen bolng eight
yards high In the center ot the
stage with his companions grouped I
around him Chantcclor hails the sun
whose first rays gild the scene In a
hymn full of loots j lyric magnlfl
cenco On the prepared perches the
blackbird Gallrpaux jealous of the
cock and breaking into his noble
sentiments with jlb and puns af
ter the manner of Cyrano The dog
Jean Ooquclln Is the droll moral
Izer of the piece Chantecler fallll In
love with a beautiful lien pheasant
SImonne who is I wooed by n fight
ing cock
Night Itlnlt Plot
Tho second act Is I the scenic gem
of the piece thowlnff tho upper
branched of a blasted plno in tho
heart of the forest the humanized
birds perched on the branches The
Owl calls the roll of tlio birds of the
night each as hit name Is called an
swering and opening two luminous
eyes which phlne In the semiobscur
ity of the stage green yellow or
blood red These birds declaim the
hymn of the night and afterward con
spire together to rid them h1Je of
their arch enemy Chftntecler With
him gone they bedew tho sunlight
will be forever quenccd and they will
be masters forevermore
tliantccliTN Illscovrry
In the third act Ohanlocler
learns of the conspiracy of the night
birds and tights a duel with his false
friend tho game cock killing him
despite his steel gaffs and his re
doubtablo skill This Is tho begin
ning of the end of Chantecler The
treachery his hit 1
of friend poisons
optimism Tho hen pheasant the
prize of the combat offers tho con
olatlon of her love In1 a fine outburst i
tad then draws hit head under her
wing and bids him seep
When the fourth and last actI I
pens Chanteclcr wooed by love btu
lept I to long that the sun has risen I
vlthout him
And I have not crowed ho cries
The dream of his life all his bc
Wet of his wondrous power beI
lea So ho was not the mkr of the
man All tho tenderness ot the hen
phcuMnU cannot brine him back the
lost lllufttorr Ills hens do not know
It The birds of the night still be
Meve In him lie has hit followers
and hit enemies at before The IUD
still riM wbeube Chanh oler
crows If the dog doubt he 111 iri
lent Dut the Iron that has entered 1
hit foul Is the dcuth of the glorious
The Young People Society of
Christian Endeavor of the Tenth
Street Christian church will have
charge of the evening service on
next Sunday evening February 13
Tho following program wilt bo given
hymn Before Jeboaha Awful
Throne with responilvo reading
Song True hearhd Whole
Welcome nddrctb Mta Anabel
Ackvr tho president I
Indlaif DaybreakJMri E A
Medical I Work at Harda Mlw
Ruble Super
Our Station at MaltaMre
Morgan Song The Glory of Ills GrAce
A Camp Meeting at Ullaiinjr
W D Acker
The Morning VlslonMiss Ina
Darnall Song Tho Victory May f Depend
On You
Our nible College at Jubbulporc
Mira Kittle Sale
Tlio Orphanage at DtmooThe
Rev 0 D Wyatt
A Cry for 111 I la Miss Jes Ie
Living and Giving Master Os
ear Whltledgc
Ohrlttlan Endeavor Consecration
Sentence Prayer
Closing Consecration tony
Mlzpah benediction 1I I
The fortyfccvcnth series of the
Mechanics Building and Loan Aso
itaUon Is now open for subscrip
dons You cant find a better in
vestment an easier way In which
to save money For particulars ace
K M Fl her secretary
W J McOonlulll KHIcil
Sierra Blanca Texan Feb 8W
F McGonlglll brother of Clay Mc
Gonlglll exchampion roper was
clllod today when two freight trains
pf the Texas and Pacific collided
near here Engineer W T Drown
vas fatally Injured I
t ai
I t
Stale AiMlllor Aifiil nsiNcltullyt
iTinliuN lUlliiiiurnU Hint lids li I Urn
last beck In ankh dilIniiirseIrs clay
lit > pilil 011 Monday neat elm tills
Innl all property UIM U tthkh nr
rtaraii > < Iwvc net Uvn paid before
tint liiw > ulll lx > sold at public out rt
cry 10 l the liljtut bidden and the
Stale will pat title to purchaser In
nrconlance with the tnt d < rUIin
of tire Court of pMil uhlrli U I In
cJTif t flat IIHo passes to ptirrliiLMr
nlxolulcly ultlHMit riglit or nilmii
ll m cord Hint the owner loses the
i Ilnl111
Hlntt1Cnu f1I
127 South FuurU Kt
Notice are hereby given that I
will receive M acd bids up to and In
cluding 12 oclock on Monday Fob
ruary 7 1910 for delivering and
placing one thousand cubic yards ofa
lint at Clark river bridge according
to the Instructions of tho road super lr
visor nnd with ouch bd inUIt be u
certified check for 135
Bids will alto bo received for Hir
ing tho couth wI l two feet higher
than at present Umi and tor extend <
Ing tho north wing wails according
to the Instructions of tho road tmper
visor For further information see
J It Thompson road m > piMrleorv
Tbo county reserves thtf right to
reject any and all bids
Money n Lrnil
The Mechanics DulMIn and doan
Association hat money td lend on
real estate at six per cent See F
M 1 Fisher I secretary for psrtlculiirji
Tire first census of the City of
liatjgkok recently taken showed a
population of G28G7
Ladies and Mens
15 <
Suits to Measure
Moved from to 425 Broadwny
120 South Fourth
d 1 Yard 922 Madison Street BRADLEY e BROS 4k > r e Both Phones 339
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