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PAG two tf q THE PADtTCAH EVENING SUNnlDas r Y FHUnUART 18
p
h After Saturday February 19
MISS ZULA COBBS j I
Milliner
Nov at 329 Broadway ulll bo found in her new location
JoraUonI I
320
Broadway
With D Ju YanCulln8 Book Store
ill xnw srniNO STYLES a ov MILLIXEUV AIm sow IIEHEI I
f
rAT THE KENTUCKY
ONE SOLID WEEK
J1t11nnfni
Monday FEBRUARY
14
Prices1Oq 20c 30c
I
ANOTHER TRIAL
I
JlESOLUTION OX INCOME TAX
LACKS FOUNDATION
Conformity With National Act 1s
Necessary Tho Official Ofotia
cntiou
Frankfort Ky Fcb 18 Becauso
the legislature of Kentucky adopted
a resolution declaring In favor of a
national tacotno tax before tho ques
tion was preheated to the general as
sembly in proper form tho work wilt
have to be done all over again if the
general assembly favors in Income
tax to < be imposed Try tho national
government
In the opinion of the governor and
Ms legal advisers the general assem
bly could not legally Indorse the In
come tax amendment so as to make
it binding and effective until after
be had transmitted to lhem a copy
of the resolution adopted by tho national
naOf
tional congress In the opinion of
the governor who has Investigated
the matter carefully the Incomo tax
resolution which has been adopted by
both houses twice will l now have to
go bock and be put through for the
This is the Only
Store That Sells
t Y
Rexall Remedies
Eastman Kodaks
Huylers Candy
VinolQuaker
Quaker Remedies
Howards Specific
Wyeth Sage and
Sulphur
McPhersonsRexall
Rexall Drug Store
Palmer Douse
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Newton
TAILORING
TAILORINGCompany
Company
Ladies and Mens
15
f Suits to Measure
Moved from 425 Broadway 1
to
123 South Fourth
s
K
yprt a
THE SHOW YOU LUrn
LATIMORE LEIGH CO
I
in a repertoire rof all now plays and
polite vaudeville
8nIG VAUDEVILLE AcrS8
Including
Tho Great Latlmoro Leigh Com
pany of MystUlcrs I
PattB Palis Electrical NoveltyI I
Musical Act j
Tonight
Tonlll1tST
ST ELMO
rniCES lOc Oc30c and 50c
Bargain Matinee Saturday 230
oI I
third time CertaJei forms were roI j
r quired In order to make tile action j
of the state legislatures binding and
I these forms were not regarded In 1
nndjtblO
The law as the governor construes
It Is that the governor of a state j
must transmit to the legislature of
that state thb official copy of tho joint fIJ IJ
resolution of congress authorizing a
rote on the constitutional amendI
ment and then alto legislature can I
approve or disapprove the amend I
ment proposed Governor Wlllson I
takes the position that the first reso
lution offered adopting the constitu
tional amendment was not properly
drawn and should have followed the
exact wording laid down by the reso
lution of congress Falling to do
this ho holds that tho action already
taken oven though taken twice In
dorsing the Income tax Is void and
another resolution must be passed to
put Kentucky in line for tho consti
tuUonal amendment
The governor transmitted to the
legislature tho official copy of the
resolution of congress sw Is required
by tAw and acUco can now be taken
accepting or rejecting the constltu
tlonal amendment
pyqr w
1o
That y One BKOMO QUIXIXE
That It LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Look for the signature of E
W GROVE Used the world over to
I Cure a Cold in One Day 26c
BENTON
I
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1 Mrs Rachel Travis of Fair Deal
ing died of paralysis and was burled
at the Dunn grave yard east of hero
Mrs Travis was a lifelong member
of the Methodist church
I Mrs Earl Cooper arrived In Ben
ton Tuesday from her home In Okla
homo She will remain hero for a
week or two >
Th younger set enjoyed a party at
tho residence of Mr and Mrs Sam
Ely Saturday night
I I Dr and MrsL E Jones enter
tained the younger set very attrac
tlvely on lost Monday evening with a
I Valentino party
News of j Theatres
The Latimore Leigh Stock com
pany is holding the boards at the
I Kentucky theater all this week
I Most of tho bills they are presenting
are new tar the popular priced lt of
plays Eight vaudeville acts aro In
I cluded Tonight Is fISt Elmo and
tomorrow matinee and night closes
the weeks engagement of this com
pany
yDATES
DATES FOIL AllOIXTAlEVT I
Time Set For Naming New Postmas
ters la Kentucky
Washington Feb 18It Is said
that the time fixed between the
President and the Kentucky delega
tion for action on postottlces In that
state is as follows Bardwcll April
19 Carrollton March 1 Central
Cty February 22 Clinton June 26
CovIngton June 2G Flemlngsburg
April 19 Frankfort past due
Franklin past duo Fulton June 20
Henderson April 12 Hodgenvlllo
past duo Warsaw past due Jack
son April 19 Lebanon April 19
Leltchflcld April 19 Louisa March
22 Louisville Juno 11 Marion
May 7 Murray April 19 Owens
boro April 12 Paducah April 19
Palntsvlllc Juno 26 Paris past
duo Pinovllle past duo Princeton
May 9 Ilusaellvlllo past duo Scotts
vlllo past duo Sprlngsfleld May 4
Sturgis past duo Versailles March
1 Wlckllffe past duo Wllllamsburg 1
March 2 Winchester April 12 The
following nom nations were today
sent by the president to the senate
John W Dyer Pension Agent at In
dlanapolls lad Charles G Covert
collector of internal revenue Seventh i
district of Indiana I
r
N Y ASSEMBLY
YASSEMBLYGRAFT
GRAFT EXPOSED
COXGKIl SAYS ALLDS DEMANDED
ins pouTiotf or SWAG
Senator Tells of Contribution Ho
JIudo to Fund lloth Individually
anti for American Bridge Co
HOW 0000 WAS DISTIUBUTICD
Albany N Y Feb 18Llmlta
Lions upon tho Investigation into the
alleged corrupt use pf money In the
legislature nine years ago disappear
ed today as the senate Inquiry rela
tlvo to the charge of Senator Denn
Conger against Senator Jotham P
Allds progressed Yesterday tho
name of a deceased assemblyman
Jean L Burnett was brought into
the case by Senator Congers testi
mony that Durnctt was one of whom
an envelope alleged to contain money
vas addressed in the division In
which Alds Is said to have shared
and Conger also stated that Louis P
Bedell at the time an assemblyman
from Now York county discussed
tho then pending bridge building
bill with him
When Senator Conger came back
to the stand nt the resumption ot
the Investigation today iio again in
sisted that ho had ft talk with Mr
Bujnott regarding amendments to
the Stevens bill saying Burnett had
a memorandum of the proposed
amendments j
Who put the amendments In tho
bill
I dont know
The witness was Questioned then
About his conversation with Allds
Ho said nobody else was present
More Like lllnckmall
Conger was asked to repeat the
conversation and for the third time
since tho Investigation began tho
senate heard Allds alleged warning
that you better get the American
Bridge people up here
Conger was made to rehearse
what be says transpired between his
brother Frank vicepresident of the
American Bridge company and Allds
when the latter called at Senator
Congers apartments hero to discuss
terms The witness said ho did not
make any objection to the payment
of money for tho purpose referred
to
The conversation was on tho sub
Ject of bribery wasnt its asked
OarrI
I considered It moro blackmail
than bribery declared Conger with
withthe
tho first show of resentment he had
lIadmade
Mr Carr objected to this answer
and tile chairman refused to let it
stand on the record
Wouldnt Handle Money
You understood Mr Allds as a
member of the legislature had prom
used to receive a certain sum for his
action on legislation and you didnt
consider It bribery
I considered it blackmail in
sisted the witness
When Carr demanded a categori
cal answer Conger finally replied
No sir
I told my brother said Con
ger further along In the examina
tion that I did not want anything
to do with tIle handling of the
money because I was a legislator and
It was to be paid to a legislator
Congers attorneys objected to the
chairmans refusal to allow Conger
to say that he considered tho pay
ment blackmail to stand
Judge Van Wyck contended that
to make a demand for money was
A FIHEXDLY GROCER
Dropped a Valuable Hint About
Coffee
For about eight years writes a
Mich woman 1 suffered from non
ousness part of tho time down iu
bed with nervous prostration
ISometimcB I I would get numb and
It would be almost impossible for
mo to speak for a spell At other
times I would have severe bilious at
tacks and my heart would flutter
painfully when I would walk fast or
sweep
sweepI
I have taken enough medicine to
start a small drug store without any
benefit One evening Our grocer was
asking Husband how I was and urged
that I quit coffee and use Postum
BO lIe brought home a pkg and I
made It according to directions and
ve were both Delighted with it
So we quit coffee altogether and
used only Postum I began to get
better In a months time and look
like another person the color came
tack to my cheeks I began to sleep
wall ray nppettto was good nnd I
commenced to take on flesh and be
come Interested In everything about
the house
houseFinally
Finally I was able to do all my
iwn work without tho least sign of
my old trouble I am so thankful
for r the lltlo book The Road to Well
vllle It has done me so much good
havent taken medicine of any kind
for six months nnd dont need any
A friend of ours who did not like
Postum as sho made It liked mine
and when she learned to boll It long
enough hers was as good as mine
Its easy If you follow directions
Read the little book The Road to
Wollvllle In pkgs Theres n
ReanonKvcrrcail
haver rend the above letter A new
one appears from timo to time They
are genuine true and full of human
interest
4 M M
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First
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Showingof W
Advance
1 Styles in
Hats
f
for f Spring
Final cut in Chil
drens Clothes
12 Garment now 665
10 Garments now 595
8 Garments now475
6 Garments now350
Last Call on Mens
Trousers
10l uGS now535
8 Vanow l 495
6 Values now350
4 Values now250
Final CleanUp on
Shirts
100 ta Shirts now79C
i
150 Shirts nowj > 110
t
175 Shirts now127
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Extra Special
Choice of a112 250 and
2 Shirts for 1 48
H
KneePants at a Big
i Saving
I
blackmail but to meet a demand by
giving money was not bribery
How 90000 Divided
Wasnt the money brought hero
for that purpose pursued Carr
Yes admitted Conger
Conger confirmed Hiram Q Moes
statement that the senator had In
structed Moo how to divide the C
000 sent by his brother Frank for
tho brdgo company and told him tho
names to write on the envelope
Carr made tile witness describe In
detail his alleged trip with Moo to
t e capitol on April 25 1909 to dis
tribute the money
You knew for what purpose tho
money was given didnt you ho
asked
I did said Conger
Mode Campaign Gift
Conger testified that ho met Col
Goo A Dunn chairman of the Ro
pugllcan state committee In 1902 In
Albany at the office of the state
board of railroad commissioners and
mado a contribution to tho stato cam
paign fund
Individually or for tho bridge
companies
companiesBoth
Both answered Conger
Advised by his attorney to an
swer Conger said that those com
panies contributed to the fund
raised In 1903 with reference to
legislation
The United Construction com
pany of Baltimore tho Pennsylvania
Bridge company of Beaver Falls
tho Rochester Bridge company the
Canton Bridge company the Oswego
Bridge company and the Croton
Bridge company
What was the aggregate
amount askedCarr
Five thousand dollars
Conger said
A demand was made by certain
people in Albany for a fund of 10
A big bowl lof
Quaker Oats
is the best dish you
can serve
serveDelicious
Delicious and
nourishing
Good for all ages
and all conditions
Economical and
strengthening
i
Regular Inc pack lll and hermetically
Milwl usa tor tat climate 58
58u
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THE CLIMAX OF PRICE REDUCTION
HAS BEEN REACHED
T FIE final cut has been made We positively refuse to carry any
v garments over into next season and we must have room for our
incoming spring stock which will be on display in a few days hence
these great reductions Come quick and take advantage these pricesI k
as this sale closes in a few days Note below the big savings
SATURDAY
We Will Offer Any Suit or Over =
coat in Our Entire StocK
Values up to 30 for f
Values up to 25 for
Values up to 20 for
Values ftp to X15 for
II
Cut Prices
Are Cash
000 to protect certain legislation
At n meeting of the companies In I
Syracuse wo decided we could not i
bo blackmailed and wo would not
pay IU
WASHINGTON NEWS
Continued from Page One
enUUvei In coi > groM grab for them I
than care for them For blnwtlf be I
preferred to lend old In proeorvtoR
tho 4lbcrU H of tho people than to I
bow down to the flesh pots of Egypt
Slicrntan Name Committee I
Washington Fob 18 Sherman
appointed as a commllleo to Investi
gate the increased cost of living Sen
ators Lodge Gallinger JlcCuinbor
Smoot Crawford Simmons and
Clarke Ie now appears unlikely that
hearings will be hold Lodgo boltevw
moro will bo nccomplMiod lq l oalllng
hi exports in the various executive
departments than by the hearing of
wttnettwf
wttnettwfIxidge
I Lodge sold tho Investigation would
be thorough and would cover fully as
I wMe a scope as rcqulrod
Jeff on John D
Washington Feb 18ln connec
tion with the consideration of tho
bill ranting the right df way for oH
and tree pipe lines aero u his state
Senator Jefferson Davfe of Arkansas
In the senate engaged In an excite
donanclttlon of tho Standard 011
company and John D RookefeUor
The bill pawed with only Davis
vote In opposition
Davii ercuuHl Owen tho Oklahoma
sponsor of the bill wdtli Imsinoaa con
nertlona with the Standard OH com
pany nnd contended that the admU
lion of the plpo line Into Arkansas
would violate tho antitrust laws of
his state Saying that hell was tho
only plaro ho would 1x > willing to see
the Standard 011 companoVa pipe lines
enter he added that ho aUo would rte
glad to sea RIookefellor l incinerated
In the flames caused by his own oil
Owon dralad all connecllon with
the Standard Oil company and saId
Pi1P Impudent pcch of < he eon
stor from Arknn aa delivered has no
foiimdatlon In fact
The senator acts like ho Is Inter
etItd answered Dale Ho talkB
like hp I l Intwoated By Jinks I bo
leave he It intorojited
Owen replying mill that Uio opin
ion wan utterly worthlori
I thunlr God answxffcd Davis I
bav n < MT mado en cshlbllloa In
favor of the standard Oil company
lIe went on to say that oil did not
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IStVCVNVVViKSKVKVN sXsssssn ss
iThe I I Evening Suns Daily Markets I f I
L I X nn suI
LnilUvillo Livestock
Louisville Feb UlItkI I
oolpts 100 head Market rtoady
Range 200 e COO
Hog Rpo lpt 960 bond liar
hot L10e higher Tops OSS
e1T1lights 9000 pigs SJOesTI
roughs 800 down
Sheep and Iamb Receipt 60
bond Market Bloody Lamb Gfcc
down
1st Louis Livestock
8t Louts Fob IBO ttleno
1
unaU good to him and that h dd
1not Ilks It and exclaimed ronorou
If before God I had rather have np
right hand font lie outinteg my
tonguo cleave to the root of my
mouth and the mother who bolo mo
disown mo Ulan to appear here at nn
advocate of such a concern
Hero there WM a long pause dur
lag which tho Kcmto laughed Davis
mid ho wa In oarnertSofle of tho
senators again laughed
Lot each wnator vote 01 its con
knee dlolnto oxdalmed Davte
let tho blood bo upon you
For two liouiw tho iwnwto listened
lo the dHwuwiIon of tho bill nuthortz
fog the issuance of 30000000 worth
of certincated of Indebted ne fen he
completion of Irrigation project al
ready begun It was stated thnt to a
number of cases reservoirs woro com
pleted white dUtribuUng ditches were
not constructed It wri is argued that
money will nH iw repaid by the eet
tier and In rcalltji tbo treasury will
bo unaffected Tho bill un not acted
at adjournment
adjournmentBourno
Bourno spoko In support of tho
Aldrich bill for the appointment of a
government buslnoiw methods com
mission throe eontore Umo repre
Kntntlvcs and threo named by tho
president Bourno dwolt upon the
necessity of proper and general super
vision of appropriation
Tlio sonata ixtHwd I tho diplomatic
consular bill carrying appropriation
of over four million dollars
1Vholesnlo IrlrlI
A dragnet spread liy tho senate has
brought In Interesting Information ro i
ptrdlng tho Increase of t1l4 wlialosalo
prices of food bPtwwa 189 anJi i
and 190S In tho United State and i
roffMin I
foreign countries Brazilian coav ln
creased throo per cnt In the IuHdl
States 24 per cant In Germany IS
111111111Stutes
per cent In Franco and remained uu I
i u
1595
1350
1350i1
I ° A
1150
7 95
Itl
No Goods on
Approala
1
rolptA JOOOO lOe hlghor native
shipping nnd export steers 72of >
785 dressed beat nnd butcher
steers 690 Q 700 stockers and
feelers 1 IS60C530 cows and heif
tora 1B000IO Texas and Indian
steers 4710600
4
I 4HogsReceipt
or pigs and liGhts 7000920
packers 91C940 butehwra and
beet heavy 9450960
Bheop HocclpU 1400 lOc high
er native 47CQ700 lambs 760
890Mgd
afcaM d In BSBtesd Fto + tr advanced
43 per tseot In the United State 18
Ml lto laBd 27 In Qarluany and 12
par mutt in Franco Ktguro from
lIe other two cowtrtos dre not given
Butler went up 29 vor giant in tho
Vetted Metes 10 pot cent In Kng 1
land 11 per cant In Germany and dc a si a
creased 10 par cent In France Beef
advanced 11 per cent In the United
Statos 12 in England 19 In Ger
many and 3 per cent In Franco 10
tatooa iucr o ad In prico 70 por flIt
In tho United States IB in England
and Germany 43 por cont
In a comparison in tho wiioJccato
pates of food So the Untied Stairs
between 1S9C and 1907 hero 1110 24
artl lea that Mow an ineraam of over
10 per cent Somo of the real l high
Otto are Froth vegetables 149 per
cent fruit ourrantv In barrels US
apices 9S salt meat and lard DC
each bacon 91 ccxUlrii and her
ring 83 each alW beef and alt hams
03 per cent
centFOR
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FOR SALE
30inch Grist Mill Buhr
1 Corn Sheller
1 Power Shelter
1 Meal Bolter
Elevator belting and all other
machinery used in a Grist Mill
WILL R HENDRICK
FIre Insurance nnil teal
Kstnlo
Old phone 007r Itoom No 0ti
Truclmrt Illdj
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