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VOL XXVII NO ILl PADUCAH KY SATURDAY EVENING MAY 14 19101 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
FIRST PLAYER TO
REPORT PITCHER
FROM MISSOURI
D If Palmer Arrives and is i
Ready to Don Paducah
Uniform
Others Will Arrive in CUy
Tomorrow
11IIr1Sn Ole uirrv LKAGUI
To n IL Palmer of Chafe Mo
liOong the distinction of bang the
first hambuil 4l layer of the Paducah
club to report for duty Ho arriv
ed in thi city this mooring slut ftl t
once mtd hltniulf known Jn ProP
oral on for the season Palmar hat
Lam t vtnlnB at Ids homo and took
pt l lo a0 into the box on short noticA
lamer ae a clean cut looking bull
player and looks as if ho mlfAt 4w
ono of the regular vUclUng 1Italf Ho
is right handed pltciicr and last
year vlajrd Independent ball In
190s ho pitched for the Kl Reno
Olcia from In tho W tern atwortn
ton II wJth 158 pounds anti
s lyn fast and eleven Indies In
liojtht Patmar mjii Uint ho In I In
tap to tUtrt workimm dlatfly
Oti + r per nro expected to TO
port for duty tomorrowwrHo f 1
port for duty tomorrow and by Mon
ass the majority of player aT ex
101 ted lo bo In uniform at Iho park
1 telegram was received this morn
no from Ewtnu HarH that ho would
Va v Ida home Grin Teno Mondnjx
HArris iJtahod for the ClarkivilV
1Tc 1
haL an undorhnnd ball Hint W 8 w n
her Ho worked In the Texas 1 lo
aM wuon And thus jwnr IHXllttd l
a harsh with Paducah in preJeronro
to the Pacinr coast league bwnuii
hiR home i oloto to Paduosh With
him Iarrls vdM bring Jxwkharl a
proniMna ittung Infloldar for n try
out IxicWwrt tl said to be speedy
find in a pinch cnn omclate In the
wz
1 r0e ram waa raeMrdd tally
fom Hotxrt O TMtwtll ftecoptfni
hp tfrnw of lb Padttrali contract
JK i a tnt n 4dcr and Is perronaMy
re tnmondod by Palmar TWwo41
ji4 I + itccn playing In tbo Arknnsi
i 11 i JavoNllle report hao
l n race n d of tin work of Angol
in < IT of Iiulmnlte r and ho is as
iar IJ of iiwWnR anybody hustle to
brat hIm at iii Job
Ih next Sundae It to hoped to
h 1 the Indians In working order
and It Is l probnblo that omo team
wlloo I roughl to the city tor an ex
lubit ammo It will afford tho fans
Iho first opportunity to else up tho
Indtanti before too opening or tho
lemons 1 Kegular praotioo will be
Ilflhl at tho bait park and tho faint
will hove Mitno food to chew from
now until the opening of the mason
Mi4lllii Toinornw
Tomorrow tho Kitty Icagtio 1 officials
w al nuTt 4n Paducah and vtry ell +
n extorted to have a ropree nially
1 llcsldon the adoption of the hedut r
at too hifctlnic other Important busl
nee l riA be beJore tho pjncors Jt
i xfHXied tint Marian III will
ha c a rrprorentailvo ivcfent
J a Oulnn a pitcher of Ibo Glean
I i club was In the city today en
r ute < beck to MomvhlB to report for
uit Gulnn bas been to hU home
iiil Flopped off In the city to ipond
iho day lie will I leave tonight to
join Ks team t mates
I
Trlnl of ICiiKeno l Bright
Tin1 trial of Eugene Bright a
xoung man from Fancy Farm charg
id with forgery was continued In the
court of Magistrate C W Emery yea
iTj y nftornonn until Monday after
nqnn at 2 oclock owing to absent
wtn < > eic Bright Is accused of
foiling tho iinino of Jnmcs Cash of
Katcy Farm to a check for aGO I
and cublng It at II Wellle Son
Wlin Heights trunk was searched
about 48 ilk nccktle wore found
New Ktiititrky Itixlinnslcru
Wathlngton May HTho fol
lowing Kentucky postmasters wore
appointed by President Taft today
all on Senator Uradlcyo recommend
ation Hilbert D Beadles Fulton
Martin W Lamb Princeton W B
Graham WarP w U S C Popper
Mlll rsburg George W Bury Clin
ton Perry Wosterfleld Sebrco WII
liam A Waters Springfield
I if
Chicago Market
r
July High Low Closo
Wheat 104yt C2 UOi1
Corn CSJji C2 > 4 C2i
Oats H 4QT4 40 4094
Prov 2291 227C 2277
Iard 1277 1270 W77
Klbs > 11283 126 12C2
n
Another Costa Rican Town Ruined
By Earthquake of Yesterday and
Scores Are Believed to be Killed
I
Justice of Peace Court Goes
Insane and Dies Wh n lie
Sees Bedies of His Family
Suffering is Terrible
Port Llmon Costa Idea May H I
Reports today say the earthqunk
of yesterday destroyed Suntlga and
gcorus are believed to bo killed
Many building wore destroyed ut
San JOBO but no ono was killed
Slight shocks wore luit today at
Oartngo Guatemala and Panama
hasp contributed 25000 for the ro
lit of quake sufTerora The Tied
Crow Is I doing a greet work caring
for the victim Blankets And food
are badly needed Every member
of the family of Peace Court Justice
HocasergralH was killed In the dIm
fur at Cartago When tie saw the
ruin ho wen Inrano and died today
Two American wore killed It In bo
Ileved
Terrible KulTcrliiK
New Orleans May HAmerl
cans returning from the scene of
the earthquake at Costa Rica de
ctard tlio suffering IB far worse than
at Han Francisco a few yearn ago
Involution of TuvelliiK Man
While tacking up advertising lit
rature Mr J Will Graham o pop
ular traveling ok raan for tho Lax
tQIf company severely wenched his
tght shoulder Mr Graham was at
OLoIWI I Tcnn at the time of the accl
lent Ho was able to 4x out today
although the injury ta still painful
miLUi iioviiK BODY ISI I
TOHX INTO SMALL PIKCRS
Uy the explosion of a boiler HorI I
ice nojQ i 21 learn old of KarmlUK
ton lost hls Ufa In Colton Cal l At
the time ho was employed aia i + air
nlll and waa killed Instant by the
ixptorton of Oho boiler hit body be
Ing terribly mangled Young Boyd I
with bU brother Harry Boyd loft
J I armtngton about five months ago I
for the west Ho was the ton of Mr
ind Mrs I William lloyd The father
III now on route homo with the body
alld expected to Arrive In Farming
on Sunday morning Tho Rev D
V Pooks of the oily wll preach
ho funeral Sunday afternoon with
mrlal In Beach wood cemetery
1 iKS AM I HOOKS WILL
MKHT AT WALLACH PARK
One of the hardest fought game
or the season Is 1 expected tomorrow
afternoon at Wallace park when the
ikB will meet the D D Hook team
for the second time In the first
ame tho Elks wero victors by n dc
Live score and the Hook nro after
ovenge Leo Hart will offlcato for
tho Hooka while McChesney will
work for tho Antlors and a warm
iltchcrfl battle may bo expected
lie team llncup Hooks Block c
Hart p Malone Ib Mercer 2b
Cox 3b Monroe sa Hurton It
I P Gallagher ch and Harper rf
1 3lks Groves c McChesney p
loyd Ib droves 2b Goodman
3b Robertson us need It W1I
lams cf nnd Itlpluy rf
1
s
HACK OP DKATII
Now York May i4WU
lIam F Bradley mechanician
was killed and Jack Towers a
S mcchanclan and George Co
Witt were badly Injured n the
24 hour auto race our the mo
S tordrome The race will end
nt 9 tonight
ENGINEER KING
SERIOUSLY HURT
I01ULAH I O MAN WHO WENT
TO COAST IHtOTIIKU
COSTUlCUTJnnJtJJJ
KILLKI U
Mra ro T King 631 North
Fourth street received a telegram
announcing that her husband Mr
K T King 1 Is I better but his con
dition Is still regarded as serious
Particulars of the accident have not
been learned The first news of the
accident was received yesterday
when a telegram stated that ho waa
Injured seriously and could not sur
vive Mrs King will leave this
evening at C1G oclock for Califor
nia to attend the bedside of her
husbandAbout
About nix wtfoks ago Mr King
left Paducah for California and was
engineer for a new railroad at Fres
no Ho Intended locating in tbo
west If ho liked the climate For
about six years ho was engineer for
the Illinois Central railroad and
Is one of the most popular men In
tho service of the company Ho Is
a Shriner and Knlgbt Templar
1111 Brother Killed
A telegram was received today by
Mr J N Hurt proprietor of the
Marble Hall saloon 12G Broadway
that his brother Joo Hart 22 years
old a student In tbo law school of
the Valparaiso university was
killed by a train No particulars
were given Mr Hart left this af
ternoon for Harrisburg III The
funeral and burial will take place
Monday near Harrisburg Tho un
fortunate mart has visited In Padu
cnh on several occasions
CARMEN AND RAILROAD
AGREE ON CONTRACT
Carmen of the DHnob Central nil
road signed a satisfactory agreement
with tho railroad jostorday afternoon
In Chicago For sovornl days tho of
Iclals and the representatives of
barmens organltaUon have been in
lose con ultnUolI regarding the new
igrcoment QuInce P Wullaco
tilnlrrnm and F A MlHlkcn iwcr >
ary of tho Joint protective board of
the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen
if tbu Illinois Central railroad eye
Loin arc In CJilcogo In the Interest
if tho now agreement The details
if the new agrement have not been
earned as1 It was only signed yeetor
day but tho local cannon nro pkns
ell
Harnerr and Saddle
Hardware Factory
Paducah soot will havo the first
saddle and harnesu hardware inanu
focturlng concern in the moth The
Lock IngTctreo company has
bought out tho malleable Iron plant
of tho W T Brown Manufacturing
ompany of Racine Wls and will
bring the plant to Paducnh adding
It to the malleable Iron works on
South Third street This will neces
sltato further extension of the plant
which wttl start at once H will
give steady employment to a large
number of men
Bunk Clearing
Bank clearings this week 654739
Same week last year 617976
Incrcnno 36864
Although the week In business
has been without Incident nn In
crease Is shown in tho clearing of
the banks over tho clearings of the
corresponding week of 1909 The
THE WEATHER
The predictions and tempera
taro for the past tvreutyfoiir
hours will bo fount at tho top
of the deveuth coluitm oa pap
flliatr
rJiti d Y4
I
weather has been to blame for the
small retail trade
Business with factories nnd manu
facturing plants In unaffected by the
weather and all report a good busi
ness Freight traffic remains heavy
and both railroads have about all
the trains they can handle
Tho fact that the Burlington
railroad has exhibited the plans for
tlio bridge at Metropolis to coal
shippers is encouragement and the
further statement that active work
will begin on the construction this
year
PADUOAH PASTOR AT
COUNTRY LIFE MEETING
The Rev Bt B Landis pastor or
tho Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian
ehiuwh returned yesterday afternoon
from Bcltefontalne 0 where ho at
tended the Country Life Institute
which was held under the direction
of the department of the church and
labor I of the Presbyterian church of
tho U S A The institute mndn a
special l study of country life and the I
actual conditions on the country life
actual conditions In tbe small towmt
UtproeonUtlvoj from six state won I
present Dr Andls spoke
PROGRAM FOR THEJ J
CHAUTAUQUA WEEK
AT WALLACE PARK
First Publication of the Good
1
Things to be Presented
June 1926
Lectures and Musical Enter
i
ainmeati
S I
IADUCAHS ANNUAL OUTING J
IJa IJt
After several months diligent
work the program for < Iho annual J
CbautauQua to > be given by the laI I
ducah Chatauqua acaoctatlon has >
been completed No > efforts have
been spared to make this years pro
i gram ono of tho best and some prom
inent lecturers will be board hereL
The dates for the Ctrautauqua aree
from Juno 19 to June 2C Inclusive IJ
The opening program will be given I
Sunday morning Juno 19 and > no
admission will be charged It willv
be a religious service with good mu I
sic Tho program will continue
through the week and be concluded c
on Sunday evening June 2G Many I
season tickets have been sold thus
far and the attendance promises to
be large The directors of the asso
ciation are pleased with the pro f
gram which baa been officially adopt
ed and which consists of fine mater J
ial Among the leading entertain t
BM will be Dr Frank Crane of Chi t
cago James K Grim lion James c
E3 Watson of Indiana Hon Law
rence B Stringer Robert Parker
Miles and Ash Davit a welt known I
cartoonist Musical programs will be 1
featured by several notable concert c
l xnnpanles c
xnnpanlesThe
The program In full Is oa follows
Sunday June 10
Union meeting of churches conducted
ducted by pastors of local churches c
insisted by grand choir ifgder direr t
Lion of Miss Ada raielton > 1030 I
a L in
Afternoon C p ta childrens t
nusical sacred musical concert a9c
listed by the Parland Newhall com
iany
ianyEvening
Evening 8 p m Lecture by DrI I
Frank Crane of Chicago on What
will You Do With It
Monday June 2V > th 4 p m mus
cal concert and entertainment musIi Ii
the Parland Newball company i
11l I I
Lecture by Jas K Orlmst t
8 p in concert by the Parland
cwhall company 1
Tuesday June 21 4 p m 1
music by the Parland Newhnll comE
any 8 p m prelude music bI I
ho Parland Newhall company
Address by lion James E Watson
of Indiana on American Ideals
Wednesday Juno 22 4 p m
latI lee musical and entertainment
l onducted by tho Womans club
S p in Lecture To be ee
DCfcdTliursday
Thursday Juno 23 4 p ra Cas
t io Square entertainers 8 p I m
liulcal prelude by Castle Square enI I
ertaiuorsAJdrepj
Address by lion Lawrence B
Stringer on The Spirit of the
Monoer Friday Juno 24 4 p m Castle
tquaro entertainers
Mr Ash Davis cartoonist t
8 p m Concert and musical by
tho Castle Square entertainers t
Saturday Juno 25 4 p m Fish I
er Shipp Concert company 8p m
Prelude by Fisher Shlpp Concert
1
company Lecture by Robert Parker Miles onI I
Tallow Dips
Sunday Juno 20 t p m Fisher j
Shlpp Concert company 8 p m
Tabor Shlpp Concert company
lecture or address To be 6CI I
lectedI I
1
I
Frco Lecture Promised
The Knights of Columbus have arranged l
ranged for a free lecture to be delivered
livered In Paducah Juno 1C by Pro
ossor Monaghan an eloquent and I I
ore bio speaker on questions of
lrlc betterment commercial IndusI I
rice And social statistics Arrange
ments probably will be made for a
tree lecture under the auspices of
the Womans club In the afternoon
and at night to tho public In the Ca
sino nt Wallace park The Knights I
or Columbus will give to their
guests for nothing what others haw I
to pay for and pay well Few men
on the platform have found as much
favor as has ProfesoT Monaghan
Governor Glenn Coming
Governor dlcnn of North Caro
lina who Is making a tour of Ken
t tucky In the Interest of the laymen
homo mission movement of the Pres
byterian church wll arrive In Pa
ducah Juno 19 and dellv tL a larture
at the First 1resbjterlan church on
home missions Governor Glenn was
secured to Include IMducali iaj j tt
i
Former President Daviess County
Bank and Trust Company Guilty
01 False Swearing Says Third Jury
This is Sentence Day For
Pittsburgh Oral tersJaI
Sentences and Heavy Fine
Imposed by Court
Owensboro Ky J May 14 Special
T S Anderson former pfeslder
of tho Davlesar County Bank nnd
Trust company of Owensboro round
guilty of false swearing In connec
tlon with the failure of the bank
and sentenced to 18 months In tbe
penitentiary This Is his third trial
Ho will appeal The case WAS tried at
henderson
Graft nay In l Court
Pittsburgh May 14 Special
Today Is sentencing day In tbe PHI
burgh graft cases A A Vlteaek
excashier of the German National
go eight month In jail and a fine
of DOOO
Ex Councilman Morris EinsteIn
was sentonced to six months In Jail
land a fine of 2500 1
ExCouncllman Hugh Ferguson re
celvod eight months In jail and a One
of UOI
UOIDr
Dr W G Webber recolved six
months and 500 One
ExCouncllmatt P D Kearns drew
four months In jail and 2501 fine
ExCouncilman Charles Stewart
ono of the alleged prime movers In
the scheme to obtain money from
banks in return for naming then
city depositories was given eiGht
months in jail and a 600 fine
The court postponed sentencing E
H Jennings president of the Colum
bia National bank and A C Griffin
on account of the Illness of member
of the family
familylfuffstot
Hutriitot Must Go
New York May HJudge Holt
of the United States court dlsmlwet
the writ of habeas corpus suedby
Frank N Hoffstot president ottt
Steel Car company to prevent his ex
tradition to Pittsburgh on the
charges of bribery
The Total Eclipse of the Moon
The total eclipse of the moon via
ible to all observers In tho United
states will occur on the evening of
May 23 Tho eclipse begins nt 10
hours 46 minutes 24 seconds p m
eastern time It will become
wholly immersed in the shadow and
the eclipse becomes total on May 24
at 0 hours 9 minutes a m it will
begin to emerge at 0 hours 69 min
utes 24 seconds am and finally
emerge and the eclipse end at 2
hours 22 minute 18 seconds nm
TILLEY HOISTS
THE WHITE FLAG
HIS HOUSEBOAT CLUB WILL BE
STIIIPPKI OP LIQUID DE
LIGHTS
Aaron Tlllcy hoists the white flag
to the county officials Ho has gJvr
en them his word that he will quit
the retailing of liquor at Metropolis
landing and take his boat out of the
county At a conference with the
county officials and as a result the
warrants In the court of Baxter Kuy
kendall will be dismissed
TlHey removed his stock of liquors
from the boat yesterday afternoon
and today was busy launching his
houseboat Into the river In a few
days the last signs of tho oasis oppo
sito Metropolis will have disappear
ed Eight Indictments are pending
agalnpt TIUey
Tllley has been doing a flourish
lug business Un a house boat which
was left by the falling river In a
cornfield Tho officials have been
hot on his troll and Tllley decided
It would be better to stop Citizens
of the Eighth district were Indignant
at the sale of liquor and It Is said
that they threatened vengeance
Inqrary by tho Paducah Presbytery
and ho will be given a royal recep
tlon Tho committee composed ol
laymen that wa appointed at th <
last session of the Presbytery hen
is i Hubbard S Wells of Paducah
E C Ward of Henderson John W
Blue of Marlon Prof M L Our
ten of Morganflold and Edwin
Hodge of Henderson A movement
hall been begun by the churches tl <
arouse a greater interest In home
missions and It 10 believed Governor
Glenns visit here will reap good re
suits Efforts will probably tx
made to have Governor Glenn sped
Iat the Chautauqua which begins a
Wallace park Sunday June 1J
t r > < 1
c
I S
I
PEAK INDIANS
Taos N M May 14Sot
tiers In the country surround
ing this cty are under arms
S for fear of a general outbreak
of Indians a few miles north
Raiding bas commencedJ J
Troops were dispatched to the
S scene
I
Amateur Games
Played Today
The Centrals defeated the Red
Ravens < by the score of > 21 to 19
The lineup was
Red Ravens
McEwen c Utterback p Hartz
1st b Parker 2nd ft Owen 3rd
b Eaker e s Darham Co f Eak
er r G M Hartz I f
I Centrals
H Singory c Stewart p Cock
el 1st b Jacobs 2nd b A Blngery
3r to Gahin s s Jolly JI f And
rocht c f Morgan t f
Score RIlE
Centrals 2120 > 4
Red Ravens 19 1814
Homo runs Singery and McEwen
Home runs Singery and McBwen
Three bases hits Singery
Cubs Defeat Wildcat
The Cubs defeated the Wildcats
this morning back of tbo Illinois
Central railroad shops by tbe score I
of nine to seven Tho line up as
follows Cubs Stelnheaur c An I
derson p Philips Ib Wloman 2b I
dish 3b Mercer ss Sutherland If
Arthur Orr cf L Wleman rf I
Wild CatsDenton c McCoy p
Hutchcns Ib Bondurant 2bt
Leigh 3b Miller as Babb It
Long Tom ptj Meachain rf I
t
T T TS Win
The T T T Ts defeated the B I 1
A Cs 4 to 0 The lineup T T T
TH Johnston c S Johnston p I
Grimmer Ib Osbourne 2b Well a
ton 3b Kelley ss Jackson If
Ynrber cf Mercer rf B A C
Bondurant c Wahl p Bailey Ib
Pulliam 2b Brown 3b Stelnher
BS White If Jones ctGreen I
rf
Score R K S
E
T T T T 4 9 4I I
B A C 0 3 11I
I II
NEW MASTER MECHANIC
CHOSEN FOR THE SHOPS
After attending a meeting of the I
mater mechanics of the Illinois I
Central Mr J II Nosh master me I
hanlc of the local shops returned I 1
this morning from Chicago At the I
meeting the master mechanic for I
tbo Paducah shops was selected but
the official announcement will not I
be made until next week when the I
new official will como to Paducah to I
take charge of the shops Mr NaSh
wll1 remain In the city for several I
days to acquaint the now master I
mechanic with the duties and willI I
leave tbo last of next week rorI I
Chicago where he will assume I
harge of his duty as superintendent I
ortbo Burnsldo shopsI I
I
SULLIVAN SET FREE
UPON EXAMINATION
In his examining trial this morn I I
ng Ojiaries SulHvant of Tlllne
barged with bootlegging was DCI I
luitted before W A Gardner United
itates commissioner SulMvant was
irrested last week by Elwood Keel
leputy United States Marshal while
he was en route to Metropolis to ho
narried Ho gave bond and pro
ooder to Metropolis Sulllvant la a
popular young man of LI ilngst on
ountyJUDGE
JUDGE INSISTS
ON HYDE VERDICT I
SAYS 1IK WILL KKEl JURY UN
TIL TUESDAY MORNING
Kansas City May HAL 130
I oclock a report was received from
the jury room that no agreement
was reached In the Hyde murder
case and there was no possibility
of an early agreement Judge Lat
t shaw says Ue will hold the jury over
t Sunday Monday and Tuesday unless
a verdict to given
NO BODIES FOUND
BY DIVERS NEAR
SUNKEN STEAMER
Given Fowler Reports That
Swift Current Makes Re
covery Uncertain
Rivermen Believe Bovine
Hoodoo Was Aboard
nnqwNEu CAUlS BOY is SUED
St Louis Mar HNo more
bodies of persons drowned In the
Saltlllo disaster have been recovered
The federal Inquiry Is I on
Given Fowler returned this marti
Ing from St Louis where he went
to assist In recovering the body of
hla nephew Fowler Post Mr Fow
ler says the current Is swift and ow
ing to the strong undercurrent the
body may never be found Mr Cook
Husbands remained In St Louis and
will send the body to Paducah If re
covered
A message was received fn the city
today from Captain Massengale
staling that the body of MM Harris
of Nashville was recovered by the
divers from the river near the scene
of the disaster
disasterSavannah
Savannah Goes Out
Capt Theodore Hall of St Louis
Is getting the City of Savannah In
shape for business and she will de
part early tomorrow morning for
St Louis to take up the City of
Saltlllos trade The Savannah Is a
twin sister of the SalUllo and baa
been lying In the Ducks Nest up
the Tennessee river since last win
ter She boa been overhauled and
will be ready to enter the trade in
about a week It is thought
Go to Attend Funeral
Mrs James Koger a Bd daughter
Mrs Vernon Blytho left J yesterday
evening for N bvllje Tennto at
tend the funeral of Mrs Isaac Khea
who was one of tile victim of the
wreck of the steamer City of Saltlllo
The funeral wW bo held either to
morrow or Monday Mrs I Rhea was
i personal friend of Mrs Koger and
lira Blythe
BlytheWreck
Wreck Wdow Aks Divorce
St Louis May 14 Unaware that
Goo Collins a negro her husband
whom she had not lived with for sev
eral months had been drowned Wed
esday night In the wreck of the
teamer City of Saltlllo Wllletta
Collins aged 16 yesterday In the
circuit court through her mother
lellssa Williams filed suit for dl
orce She lives with her mother at
3970 Fairfax avenue Collins was a
cabin boy oni the steamer
They were married she Bid in
ter petition In July 1909 and lived
ogether until September 1909 Her
prIncipal allegations are that he be
an to beat her two days after they
ere married and rendered her many
ndlgnltle
River Men Say Bull Was Hoodoo
The jaw pedigreed black polled
Ingus bull which gored Walter GIbba
and put to rout a big crowd of men
arid boys along the levee front Wed
nesday afternoon delaying the de
larture of the City of Saltlllo for
acre than an hour n > now regarded
b iy river men and some officials and
members of the crew of the illfated
lty of Saltlllo as the hoodoo which
brought disaster to the steamer The
ac lon of the bull In objecting to be
Ing taken aboard the Saltlllo his
ump into the water and big charge
of the big levee crowd was freely
Jscupsod yesterday among river men
That bull Was certainly sacred
and must hare received an Insplra
lon from the Divine One declared
henry Goren colored fireman of the
City of Saltlllo If I had known that
mil had made all that resistance
against going on that boat I would
certaInly have got off Gores said
be would get off if I he saw a rat leav
Ing
ngAl
Al nittenhouTO of Paducah sec
ond clerk of the Saltlllo one of those
saved raid he was firmly convinced
the black bull bad a premonition He
aid bo knew of another occasion
where a but refuted to go on a boat
and later dlsacten overtook the
boat That bull was our hoodoo
he said
saidTho bull escaped In the wreck by
diving into the water and swimming
to shore according to Steward Jef
ferson of the Saltlllo When last
seen ho was making a dash for liber
ty up one of the streets of Glen
Park So far he has not been cap
tured It Hotden and J Flchet his
owners have offered a reward for his
capture it Is said
The thumb of the right hand of
Joe Rouser a boner maker appren
tice was cut off today In an accident
jatlbu Illinois Central railroad shops
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