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VOL XXVII NO 64 PADUCAH KY WEDNES DAY EVENING MARCH 16 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
t CAPT1 W a Cs CLARKS I
o
ACTIVE LIFE IS
ENDED BY DEATH
i YConfederate Veteran Mir
i
r Statesmai and Orator
t Passes Away
1w 1i Was Pestmaster Here Uiier
Orever Cleveland
t WON PROMOTION FOR IIRAVKRV
I
Captain WJlllam Chapman Clark
ono of 1aducaba most prominent
cltUens died at his homo 1311
Broadway at BUG oclock last oven
Inc of Inflruiltles accompanying old
ago pad a general physical break
down IW Was 79 ywirs old and
would havq reached his eightieth
year In September Ho was four
tlaiM honored In public service re
postt
t master under President drover
Cleveland and being elected repro
Bcntatlvo from Graves and also Mc
Cracken county to the state legisla
lure for ono term each
Two weeks ago he was forced W
his bed having been able to be about
prior to then Ho gradually grew
t weaker and for the past week waa
I
unable to tako any kind of nourish
ment on account ot paralysis of the
throat The crisis was reached Mon
day night and ho grew weaker and I I
nd which
was unconscious at the end
caino peacefully
Last summer Captain Clark was
knocked down on Broadway near
Third street by a street car and
hi condition
from that time hip physical
had been poor At the beginning of
v his Illnosa bis brain became affected
t and part of the time ho was uncon
scious i
sciousHo
Ho Will born In Orange county
Virginia In September lS31 and
with his parents William and And
Clark he moved to Clarksvlllo
lean In Ia47 Ho lived there until 4
early In I860 when ho struck out 1
for himself Several years were
spent In Texas and New weroI I
f where ho engaged In mining and
prospecting In 1857 ho returned
to Kentucky and settled near Floe
once station engaging In farming
The following year ho waa married
marriedI1
that pcctln and who now survives
In I860 Captain Clark moved to
Charleston Mo where he art up In
the hotel business but tho Civil war I
breaking out tho following year ho 1
returned again to Kentucky and I
entered the First Confederate rC1lI I
tmoat as a private For meritorious i I
service ho received rapid promotion I
to first lieutenant regimental brlI I
gallo and division quartermaster
successively Ho fought bravely for
what ho thought was the right and
Continued on Pare Four
I
PADUCAH KNIGHTS GO
0 TO MAYFIELD ON VISIT
r
A delegaUou of nineteen KnlgUU
of Pythias went to Mayfield last
night andfpa d a fraternal visit to tho
lodge at that place A most Interest
t
Ing meeting I yai hold and tho mom
here were all given a cordial recep
tlon Tho Paducah knights assisted In
the excmjrllncatldn ot the ritualistic
work on two candidates after which
a lunclieon was spread followed by
a smoker Thb delegation returned
on tho cajrly trail this morning
Those eonoposlng the party were
Rqbcrt Dukes Frank Moore I M
Brooks Owen Grubbs Tom Rose T
E Graety George Prince Harry
Welch Q BJsbop C E Mercer D
D Dowden BJ Eberley A S Barka
d kA P llTuohataan W T Held
Luther Long Harry Day A E Stein
U S toudr
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New York Politics Will be Talked
Over by President Tatt and Gov
Hughes During Luncheon Sunday
Presides Starts on Eight
Day Trip This Morning
WiliCelibrtte St Patricks
Day in Chicago
Wofihlngtorf March 1C President
Taft started on hla eight day trip of
2 < JW miles this morning Ho will
visit Chicago Rochester Albany New
Haven and Providence Ho will epeak
at Chicago Rochester and Albany
and probably will attempt to settle
the political troubles In New York
Ho let it be known previous to his
start that he would talk politics
Hid first Hop win 00 Chicago
where he will l be the guest of the
Irish Fellowship club I Ho will ad
dress a conservation meeting at the
Auditorium In the afternoon attend
a reception at the Hamilton club In
the evening and dlno at the Fellow
ship club lit will leave late at night
for Rochester on a t special
There bI will ntUcid t a dinner at
the Chamberof Commerce On Sat
urday ha will go to Albany He will
bt met by Governor Hughes tho
mayor and on escort of cavalry Ho
will bo the guest of tho governor
and win deliver a speech at the
antltubcrculoibj congress during the
afternoon He will dlno at the Unl
vcrrtty club in the evening
On Sunday ho will lunch with Gov
ernor Hughcd and politics probably
will be discussed Ho will leave at
night for New haven attending Yale
Corporation meeting He will go to
ProvidoMco In the afternoon and
reach New York Tuesday night He
Mil have luncheon and dinner at
New York and return to Washington
WlodlKfIdayCUl11l11lnl
CunimlnH Serves Notice
Washington March IGTb4t he
would oppose tho administration rail
road bill even though it might re
sult In an off rt to read him out of
thQ party Senator Cummins of Iowa
in effect declared in the senate
1
Ho was making his Initial speech
on the railroad bill commenting es
pecially on the history of thu meas
ure which he said had originated In
the executive branch of the govern
ment rather than in congress After
occupying a place on the senate cal
endar 18 days the bill was taken up
at 2 oclock and thus was launched
a discussion of what tho members of
tho senate regard as the roost Imp
Important
tant legislation before congress I
The Iowa senator had proceeded only
two hours when he asked leavo to
suspend until tomorrow
Tho leave was granted but Sen
Continued on Pare Eight 1
1I I
COMMERCIAL CLUB AND
MERCHANTS WILL MEET
The Commercial club and tho Mer j
banta association will moot tomor I
row evening at the Palmer House I
PLANT TREES
Although tho prospects are
that the atatp Arbor day will
not be observed by the Paducah
schools tho teachers and pupils 1
of the Franklin school have held I
an arbor day of their own
Twelve fine maplo trees wero
purchased by tho school and
were planted In the school yard
by Prof M E Llgon and the
children The trees are thriv
log and promise to grow and
shade tho yard
SAYLER SENT HER
TO MILLIONAIRE
WIFE ACCUSED OK MURDER
TEMJi OP HER HUBBAVDS
I CONDUCT
Watseka III March IGHeart
broken by the hostility of the neigh
bra Mrs Lucy Bayler sobbed a de
nlal of the charge against her to Mrs
Miller wife of Dr Miller Jointly
charged with the murder of Mrs
Saylers husband Mrs Miller be
lieves her statements and will stand
by her Mrs Snyler said their lamS
lies are old friends Sayler was not
jealous of f the company of other men
She told of a trip to Europe with
Peter Wet a millionaire with the
consent of Saylor Sho said Bayler
was bankrupt and sent hdr to West
to get funds for him West clothed
her and sent ber daughter to school
The friendshn of Miller was platonic
Shi > saw Sayler enter the room with
a hatchet to attack Jilller Mm
Sayler tan ran and heard shots Tho
selection of a July continued today
Sayler bought a carriage In part
nershlp with Miller so they could go
out together Ho felt the same friend
ship for Peter West as for Miller
Mrs Sayler was taken to Europe at
tho iretjucat of Sayler and stayed feY
era months No objection was raised
MM Sayler mid West purchased her
clothing and chinaware and paid her
daughters tuition at a seminary Says
her she says was bankrupt and kept
It a secret
III Just prior to the killing ho sent
her to West for 500 Ho often cent
her to Peoria to see West and get
money She cant believe tho fury
wili bane her because of her jealous
husbands attack on Miller She says
Miller killed in cclfdefcnse She ad
mIlled dressing Millers wounds After
the killing she made hint coffee
nrch10There
Daytona Fla March IGThere
was a decided change for the worse
In tho condition of United States
Senator Daniel of Virginia Ills
daughter and other members ot the
family have been summoned to the
bedside here
New Apparatus For
New Fire Station
I
1
Van George Leigh and Hank aro
the names ot the four now fire
horses purchased In Chicago for the
new station by tfto councllmanlc
committee and Fire Chief Wood who
returned last night Tho horses are
named for Alderman Van Meter
Councilman George Hannln Council
man 01 Leigh and Alderman Harry
Hanki Van and George are sojrela
and Leigh and Hank aro chestnut
bays Doth are match teams and
beauties so the committeemen Ny
The > bought the horses at auction
and Chief Wood and Alderman Van
Meter who know a horse when they
see one call the purchase a bargain
The committee bought a now com
bination how arid chemical wagon
for U 790 a thousand feet of bose
two pairs of noxiels hangers beds
chairs an electric indicator and other
paraphernalia of a fire station
amounting to 487d6 Their trip
cost 1050 and they caved nearly
15 00 to the city
Tho new wagon will go to the No
1 station and tho old one will be sent
out to tho Fountain Avenue and
Itroadwa station No5 Knoxvlllo
bought the same kind of wagon for
TJ 1EATHBR
The predlct1oas id tempera
twenty4uurbouyi
hoirrtuwlll to found at the top
of thrscreakttx > liHBB oa page
t1 trr 7 7
I
r k
215t but Memphis bought two
with JSOOO worth of other stuff
while the Paducah delegation wero In
Chicago and knowing what Memphis
paid they wcro able to get Paducah
one at the same price
Arrangements are being made to
start the work on the new fire sta
Uon by April 1
YANKEE MARINES
LEAVE NICARAGUA
ATTITUDE OF UNITED STATES
TOWARD MADIUZ NOT VKT
DKKINED
I
Washington March 16The gun
boat Buffalo with marines who en
camped on an Island in tho Day of
Fonesca three months sailed for
Panama today leaving Nicaragua
free from the threat of American
armed force This is the closing
chapter in tho ousting of Zelaya by
Knox It was caused by tho collapsed
revolution under Estrada Madrlz s
not yet In the good graces of nho
United States but Is considered bet
ter than Zelaya Knox Is awaiting
developments before defining bit at
titude
ROOSEVELT IS BUSY
SIGHT SEEING AT
KHARTUM TODAY
WillNot 1 Return to Unite
States by Way of San
Francisco
Colonel Mist be Home te t At
tend Wedding
PARIS DATE ALL ARRANGED
Khartum March lGTheN was
no rest for the Roosevelt family to
day After an early trip to Omdurai
battlefield and visits toa halt dozen
Interesting place around the city
on their return to the palace this af
ternoon they will witnea the Gym
khana races on the polo ground fol
lowed by dinner j The trip today was
made under the bersonal supervision
of Colonel HutchInson
Col Roosevelt Mated that he cOuld
not return to the United States by
way of San Fran ISoCO but if possible
would visit Denver and Cheyenne 111
AugustThe
The tentative pjans of the noose
volts provide for their departure
from hero bo a special train Thursday
night On tho way to Cairo a stop
of one day will be made at Aseouat
and Upper Egypt on the cast bank
of the Nile and two days will be glv
en over to a visit to Luxor The <
party will call for Naples early In
April
Must See Son Married
E 0 Donate otVUenvfcr who came
here to meet Colonel Roosevelt had
an Interview with the latter and pro
oor ted > him with a peU lon orth <
chambers cf cominerro of Kansas
City and other western cities asking
the former president to return < o
the United State by way > orSaii
Francisco Mr Roosevelt replied
that It would be 1 ImposriblA for him
to accept he suggestion owing to
his engagements Including his pres
ence at tho marriage of his eon
Theodore Roosevelt Jr and Miss
Kleandcr B Alexander which lIT to
tako place in June If possible how
ever he said he would visit Demer
and Cheyenne during the Frontier
Day celebration In August n
Col Roosevelt upon IllS visit to
the Gordon Memorial college ad
dressed tho student Informally ex
pressing great Interest Jn their work
and remarking upon tho splendid
progress made by British energy
within the few year that Its Influ
ence had been exerted In Khartum
Will Bo at Paris April 23
Paris March 1C Former Pros
dent Roosevelt has telegraphed that
ho will not arrive In Paris before
April 25 at the earliest Whllo here
CQIand 1 Mrs Roosevelt will be tho
personal guests of American Ambas
ador and Mrs Bacon
King Seriously 111
London March UIThere la increasing
creasing interest at court and In got
rnment circles over the unfavorahle
flaws from Biarritz regarding tho
health of the king Early dispatches
said bola suffering from cold but it
develops he has had several chIllS
Owing > to the kings advanced ago an
indisposition always Creates alarm
lIlts lUnees Is not responding to treat
ment that hitherto has brought relief
lief
liefBOOK
JOCK IJEER DAY IS MARCH
20 1010 IN THIS CITY
April 26 will be an Important day
on the calendar for lovers of beers
as on that day the brew of Dock beer
will bo placed on sale As the Bock
beer remains on sago for only a few
days the event will bo one of consid
erable importance io the thirsty
ones The Bock beer Is of a stronger
brew than the average beer I
tEN TILLMAN GOES
TO SOUTH CAROLINA
Washington March 16 Senator
Tillman Is strong enough to stand
the trip from Washington to his
home Trenton S C this afternoon
lo declared after a thorough rest he
wilt return to his duties In the sen
ate His wife and daughter will
accompany him
Chicago Market
May IIIgh Low Close
Wheal 1134 113 113 Mt
Corn G4 C3 63iit
Oats 45 44T 45W
Prey158Q 2645 2G6U
Lard 1395 1365 1390
Ribs 134713300 134
General Strike in Pennsylvania
is Now Threatened Since Trolley
Company Has Refused Arbitration
S
ST PATIHOKS DAY
Tomorrow will be St Pat
ricks Day and the wearers ot
the green will be cqnsplcuous
All the native sons and his
kinsmen ot tho noted saint will
wear the hne that Is loved by
all Ireland Although there are
a number ot native sons In Pa
ducah the Irish have no organ
ization The day will not be
observed with any program but
the shamrock green ties green
socks green ribbons and even
green bats will be the big show S
Civil i Service
tFor Firemen
and Policemen
Frankfort Ky March 1C Spo
clalAmong the bills which passed
last night was one placing police
and firemen in Second class cities
under the civil service rule
It Is stated on the best authority
that Governor Wlllson will Veto the
bllijfor appropriations for the Nor
mal schools and the State unlver
ally Tho governor signed a bill ap
propriating 30000 for the state
board ot health
IIJ I X Plead Guilty
Louisville Ky March 16 Spt
clalThe L N pleaded guilty
to rebating on ten counts and was
flned 1 000 on each count lathe red
oral court this morning
Ie I
Wiling at Corbln
Corbin Ky March 16 Special
Jamelt Cain station agent was
killed by William McCuHom who was
shot and fatally wounded by Lee
Reed a friend of Cain
FARM HAND TAKES
HIS OWN LIFE
Water Valley Ky March 16
Special Without any apparent
reason Albert Carlisle a single man
30 years old committed suicide last
night at the home of his employer
two miles east ot here Carlisle
drank a large quantity of carbolic
acid and had been dead for several
hours before his body was discovered
early this morning Carlisle was a
farm laborer and worked for W H
loleman He Rat In good health
md so far no reason has been ad
van ed for the rash act No note or
any message has been found The
burial took place this afternoon at
Camp Moreguard
INDEPENDENT
BASEBALL TEAM
WILL HE ORGANIZED HERE IF
LEAGUE FALLS THROUGH
AT LAST
If a league team Is not organized
In the city Paducah will have a crack
Independent team Manager H B
Jewall ot the Paducah Traction com
pany has leased the baseball park to
larry S Keller a well known young
man Mr Kelley Is already at work
on hU lineup and so far has picked
some ot the best ball players In the
I city but ho Intends to secure some
more fast ball players
Irnore Is Intended to give the fans
some fast clean sport and It post
blo week day games will bo arranged
as well as on Sunday Games with
all of the teams In the vlclnltj and
possibly It the team Is organized in
time some exhibition games with a
big league may be arranged If the
league Is I organized Paducah will be
In It but Manager Sewall Is a true
baseball fan and will furnish amuse
ment for the fans In the shape of a
fast aggregation of Independent
players otherwise In tho org nlza
lon of the Independent team Mana
ger Kelloy has the cooperation of
aU the fans and the majority of the
I
players of tho city
Regular practice will be held and
Paducah is promised a team that con
hold Its own with any of the teams
round these diggings
V y
Chairman Kaapp and Qe
missioner Neill Oo lo Chi
cago to Settle Railway Dii
patePhiladelphia
Philadelphia March lCJfflllnre
of officials to endorse tho new arbl
tratlon suggestion resulted In prep
arations for tho threatened state wide
general strike to set under way to
day The Federation of Labor sent
out a call to all unions to vote on the
strike question at once With a sat
Isfactory vote the strike will come
early next week
Mediators Go to Olilcago
Washington March lGChalrman
Knapp and Commissioner of Labor
Noill started for Chicago this morn
Ing to act as mediators between the
railroads and flrement la the threat
enine strike
strikeDlust
Must VVc Quickly
Chicago March l6Qulck work
by Knapp and Nelll la the only hope
to avert a strike of tho members of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men and Englnemen when the com
missioners reach Chicago tomorrow
I President Carter oti the Brotherhood
declares the men want a conclusion
reached quick or a general walkout
will result The date of the strike
I In case of the failure of arbitration
Is not decided though the brother
hood held a conference this morning
They aril meeting again this after
non
Would Raise Rates
Minneapolis March IGA B
B Stockey former president of the
Chicago and Great Northern railway
sal4 today There Is still danger of
a strike of firemen The conditions
are the same as they were just before
the Debs strike of 1833 ha di
clared i think it fair ito eho the
railroad employes anlncrea90ln
tiowof the cost of living but on the
other hand the railroads are unable
I to grant It because they cannot raise
rates
THIRSTY THIEVES
LOOT A SALOON
IAYFIKLD OFFICERS ASK PADU
OAU POLICE TO LOOK OUT
FOR FUGITIVE
Thirsty burglars entered tho gro
cery and mloon of George Backer of
NInth and Husbands Streets some
time early this morning and carried
off enough wet goods to enjoy a BOVT
eras days spree Entrance to the
ulldilng was gained by cutting a
lower pano of tho rear door with a
pocket knife and then crawling
through the email hole One well
worn white cloth glove and a soiled
cheap handkerchief were left as evi
deuce for fbo police to work upon
the del
Sir Backer resides In a house ad
joining his store and a window in
the bouse Is but a few feet away from
ho door that tho burglars removed
the panel So quiet were they about
heir work that nothing was known
of the theft until this morning when
lr Backer opcced up his store Ho
found his stock well searched and
after an inventory discovered that
ten quarts of bottled In bond whisky
were missing aa well as twelve one
hair pint bottles of liquor and five
inta of booze not bottled In bond
Evidently the thieves must have been
from dry territory as they did not
stop with whisky but took a number
of bottos of beer from tho ice chest
Also 40 cents in pennies wore taken
Bud a supply of trade chocks which
ere discovered this morning scat
Cored on Husbands and Eighth
streets
Two white men are suspected by
BAcker of being guilty of the Job
Yesterday two etrangers entered tho
saloon mado a Bmal purchase and
andipllt
put In considerable time Inspecting
the building and tho arrangement of
the stock They aro suspected of
lein ti horse traders and this morn I
ing tho police made en Inyestlgatlon
and learned that some white traders
crossed tho river early this morning
The RIOTO and handkerchief retaken
taken to tho poHco statlcn The mon
did a neat job of cutting out the
panel and wero quiet with their
work
Mayfield Robbery
Tho Mayfield police department
telephoned to tho Paducah police to
be on the lookout for a thief whim
clothing Last night tar MayfloJd a
residence was entered and a black j
l > J
SECY BALLINGER
OPENS CONGRESS
OF CONSERVATION
Speaks en Public Demtia
and NatieialOblif alien Re fi
garding Dispesitioa
Interesting Address Ujiea
Imjwrttit Teplc
PINCUOT COULD NOT ATTEND
A
St Paul March 16 United y
PreII1 an address today before
the Minnesota statecontervation con
ventlon Secretary r the Interiorr
Balllnger gave his Interpretation of
the national obligation regarding the
public domain and Its deposition
The speech according to reports from
0k
k of Preidaat5Taft
The greater portion of the burdea
of conserving the natural resource if
of the country was laid by Secretary r
BallingeV at the doors of the states
There has been and is he said a
grossly exaggerated notion among
some people as to what the general
government can do in conserving the
natural resources that lie In the de
posits of mineral and are contained
In the soils and the streams For
the most part they have passed into
private ownership and are under the
I municipal jurisdiction fit the states
I Any national conservation policy 1
i must be predicted on the policy af
I fecting the public domain since for
the most part the states are sqver
sgvereign
elgn within their own spheres UIlf
isdiction Therefore i I believe V
greater obligation rests iipea
he ata e than upon the national
government to Inaugurate laws to
prevent waste in the utilization of
natural resources t
1 <
Referring ito the duty of tile na
tlonal governrnentbe first rega ed
It as esstwEiat that the public domain
be stndiedC and jurveyed > and an id
I equate and scientific CIHI 1 ado of i
thee reiqalndjr of tie public Jaaila J
be niade He scored the tdaiist I
conserve Iesis4Ieartly I torW k
ling the propOBitlOB without a
sound knowledge of conditions
I t grant you taatBueb people erg
laid the secretary for most part
sincere but tIer very sincerity gives
them such a vigor of imagination r
and prediction that It Is often times
hard to combat their vagaries except
through practical demonstration
Then to give them their due he said
They have this virtue that they do
not let ui forget that extremes oftea
prove fruitful of sound reason to
those who may be overopUmUUi
Of his own stand in the matter flee
rotary Balllnger said I am as ar >
dent an advocate of wise cons rva
rvaI
I lion as the most radical l but it nUist
be wise coosenratloni to appeal to me
It must imply as full and free a de
velopmont of our national resource
as la consistent with our civilization
and our needs It may mean the re
I servation from use for limited pert
ode of certain of our de
posits of coal of mineral oils and gas
of phosphates or of Umber to pro
tect against the Inordinate greed Of
men who wish to exploit the present
Continued on Page Four
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DELINQUENT LIST TO
BE PUBLISHED SOON
Delinquent city tax payers will re
ceive a letter from Treasurer George
W Walters ln > a few dayi Informing
them that they have overlooked the
payment of taxes The letters wilt
be sent to all the property owners
who have not paid tax In a few
days Mr Waiters will havo the dor
Inquent tax list ready for publica
tion in The Evening Sun By a t
prompt payment of the city tax the f
delinquent property owners may
save themselves tho embarrassment
ot having their names In the news
paper
Quits Diamond for Farm
The high prices of farm products
have Induced Louis Brockett the for
mer New York pitcher to quit the
diamond and buy a piece of Illinois
near the town of Canal
overcoat a dark grey sack coat and a
brown coat were stolen A negro to M
suspected of being guilty of the rob
bery and the pbMco will watch for
him
himThe
The mysterious young man who
broke into tho residence of Mr R B
oboe of North Seventh street Ie I ti
the second one In the last fete month
A few months ago a thief stole the I
clothes of Carlton Newman bjr Ia
lag them through a window i fIII
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