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I VOL XXVII NO 110 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING MAY 17 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
SEVEN BISHOPS
ARE ELECTED BY
THE METHODISTS
Five More Are Added 1 to I
List at The Conference
Today
Bishop Morrisei is Fully Ex
onerated
4
THE NEWS FKOM ASIIEVILLE
iiiABhevlll Sc May 17 Spo
iii clalTbe Her W II 1amttutli of
1IIlal
Tennessee tho mtrslonary secretary
the Rev It 0 Wuterhousu of Hoi
rton conference and the Rev E lJ
MOUMOII of South Texas confer
tnw YIPTO elected bishops today
The Her J II McCoy was elected
this afternoon IAn I
afternoonIn
An Affecting Scone
Tho Southern Methodist son em I
conleronro elected W 13 Murrah i
bishop on the wcorid ballot
One of the radical pwa of legis
lation the removal of the time limit
was debated nearly all the day dur
ing two t p salon and was defeated
11 i vote of 194 to 90
Tho college of blthopa Is joyous
nvt > r Hi selection of biihopa so far
made lilthop floe war jubilant
when Dtciny and Kllgo wwe nn
nouhcod ne elected He loft his lM t
on tho fibtform made his way to
the former and embraced him In the
1 on 0ace of the multitude
Both men were weeping Moving I
swiftly to Dr Kllgo who sat in hta
WIlt shaking with emotion ho fold
ed Mm Intls arms and klasad him
He wns priaMlng when Wr iMurrah
was el > c4ed tnd sent him this note
Till dllIth do us part
At coq central conftrcnco within
the tnwnory of living rpetr iua there
Vn tuoli affection find affecting
scenes nf were wOqewcd during the I
pl > c < wn this morning and afternoon
D rpte j Hit + ± downpour the big audl
torium watt crowded with men and
women Snout of whom were Inter
tPd largely in Donny Kllgo Mur
rb Dubott and Wolerhoune
Man tMtaHMlppl I itrroclicrn and
aviuin wori there Mm Miirrah
who IK n Wtler of GIll Fllzhunh of
MMIU pas mrroiuidrd by a bevy I
of tM > o < itlful women or her elate all
ktpcj up to the blRhect pitch of ex I
dttnioot and when It was an I
JMuncod that her distinguished hut I
band had reached tho very topmost 1
I iound of the Methodlft ltln < rarj
they rongrntulatoti her with nil the
marks of affectionate regard
SlorrUon Ijonrrntnl
When the general I conference of
the M > thodli Epbtcopal church
MMiHt reiii d Hi treslonK E j W
Anderson rtwlrman of the Ith4SUgn
lion niniralttNt In the roses of Jllshop
iMorrlton agolntt whom charges of
nutladmlnlKtraUnn had been made
roporlfnl that the camnilttoe found I
no trial wtit noceKirn The report
wan adopted and place on record
ConaVdorablo1 dMay folioed the
quiMtion as to whether the publish
Ing house or tho church thould pay
the cxpenseq of fraternal delegates
and commissions and the vote of
tho conference decided that the
church bear the tpenpo
Two reports from the commltleo
on Itinerancy wore received Tho
majority report provided that
proachor could bo retained ktc r
than four years provided the bishop
and his cabinet so decided The
minority report favored tho law ai
H now stands A motion was made
BubstlluUnp tho maorlty for the mn
joclty report
report1Ushopa
ltUlio Well Clown
Tho member of the general con
fcrenco of the vMethndlut Elt < copal
church multi aro delighted with the
cholco of men so for elected to the
t > i > ecopacy It has been conceded
pVio the opening of the con rhlO
tint Doctors CoUIn Donny and J C
KIlKi would bo elected on the first
ballot Dr Denny received tho
largest majority ever voted on the
first tballot In tho history of the
Southern Methodist church The
election of Rev W II lurrah DD
LrtD was never In > doubt
Jr Collins Denny Is I at prercnt
professor at Vnndorblt university
Nashvllo Tenn Dr Kllco Is presi I
dent of Trlwlty college Durham N
C and Dr Murrah Is president of
Mjlteaps college Jackson Miss
It will bo noted that nil three
blihopw elected are connected with
schools l and It It l related that an ef
fort will be made on the next ballot
to elect carne ministers from the nt
tjvo rnnka of tho Itinerancy al
I though those now In Ihe lead when
the result of the third ballot wan
made known are also oonmwltsd
with colleges with the exception of
Dr W R Lambuth tho missionary
eecretary of tho church
Dr Anthony who hat bem
HIHTqr s wal h onths to Improving
sRvafPtjthjimprovdn
First Mourning Pageant Passes
Through Londons Streets Before
Million and Quarter Spectators
Body ol King Edward Con
veyed From Throne Room
in Buckingham Palace to
Westminster Hall
London May 17Iolldoll It
nested the first of the two pageants
of sorrow this morning irrarkn the
passing of Edward from < Jw bier < to
tho grove Thin body was removed
from the throne room at Ducking
ham palace to Wwtmlirster hall It
will No two days In state The pro
cession lasted halt an hour The
route was lined by 11 I IIHO soldiers
AiWe from George and members of
Ibo household a few visiting mon
archi participated In tow oxercleca
Tho plan for all to take part was
abandoned Ambassador Roosevelt
didnt t take part Tim great bell In
the tower house of parliament toll
lod for the first time In history At
We tmlnct r the archbishop of Can
terbury conducted short eorviccs
Ilia greatest crowd that ever as
sembled in London witnessed the
procession of mingled pomp and
gloom Soldier mood BO clow as
tb almost touch eliouldcret They
stood nt prevent arms as the gun
rarrlaito bearing the coffin paused
lowly The procession was com
prlwxl of tho army staff the council
idmlrxUn marshals a ergo and
members of tho household All were
afoot except the women Estimates
of the crowtl arc as hlgii as o million
and a quarter
PUkpockeU arc reaping a rich
harvest Many were arrested
richIhnfV
Ten rulers will l > e present at the
funeral Friday It will tie the great
tfIl gathering of royalty In the
worlds history
historyThe
The Hyde Case
Kanras City May 17rAttorney
Jpneral Major Js 1 to orotci the prose
nitlon ipaliict the argument of At
torney Wah for a new trill for Dr
Hyde
Four Kntrn Hr Sharks
Mobile Ala May 17 Miter a
search of many hours the yawl boat
In which Wm Olsen Win Peterson
Albert Thomas and II Zeboikl start
itd front Fort lames on Thursday
night and wont to their death was
found today by a searching party
aboard the tug Texas It Is feared
the bodies have been carried away
by man eating shanty
1
ANDERSON GOES
TO PENITENTIARY
I
OWENSUOUO HANKER 1UXJINS I
HIS KimiTKEV 1 MONTHS
SENTENCE TODAY I
I
llendormn Ky May 17 Special
Hanker T S Anderson was taken
to the Eddyvlllo penitentiary I to
rene 18 months sentence
I
Death Win r Itr Race
Across The Continent
Death won the victory in Its race
with Mrs R T King across the ronI
tinent to reach the bedside of her
husband who was Injured In Fresno
OaL < nt Friday Today a telegram
was received by Mrs I Everett
Thompson of Washington street
stating that her father died ester
day afternoon Mrs King who left
Paducah Saturday afternoon for
Fresno will not reach California
until Thursday
The news of tho death of Ir
King was received In Paducah with
regret For six y tars he was a
popular engineer In the employ of
the Illinois Central railroad Last
March ho left Paducah for California
and was employed on the Southern
Pacific railroad It he llkvd the west
It was bill Intention to locate there
and send for Mrs King
Last Friday he was In the cab of
his locomotive when a freight train
passed on an adjoining track A
running board was loose on one caT
THE WEATHER
The predictions and tempera
lure for the past twentyfour
hoars will be found at the top
of tbe seventh column 011 pGIN
l >
n
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CJOK8 THROUGH WALL
Granite City III May 17
An explosion of gas at the
Commonwealth Steel company
plant this morning hurled a
man through a wall and In II I
jured eleven others George I
Cosoff entered the building to
regulate thetas and was blown
through a wall and fatally hurt
The Comet
Ilftllejr comet crosses the
earths pall tomorrow inortiliii
between the earth and the nun
and will therefore be InvLslhlo
to Inhabitant of the earth The
count will reappear In the west
Thursday evening and will pre
sent tin largest appearance to
tlio eartli On account of lu
setting iii verrr no soon after
sunset Its radiance will be
ruttier dllllllld On Friday even
lug perhaps the best view ob
tainable will be had If tho
weather man will only clear up
the atmosphere for the comet
ulll ho far enough away from
the mm to liov a great bell
lance The moon alone whIch
ulll bo quite bright at that
time will Interfere slightly Tlio
nimet after the Sfltli of hits
month will begin to recede per
cpptlhly but It can be Keen it
N I thought with nnkc < l eye
through tlio greater part of
JIIIIP It can 1lOI tillily be 10
cater ullli the aid of II tele
scope I until the Utter pan of
August or even later
70UXTV8 CASK AGAINST
THOMPSON MUST GO OVER
filed
The motion flled by County Attor
ney Sanders E Clay for the appeal
of W A Thompson deposed keeper
of the county almshouse to be tried
at the Muy term of civil court was
overruled this morning by Circuit
Judge William need The appeal
was film too late to be placed on
tho docket and regularly will not be
placed on tho docket until the Sep
tember term The county will seek
to have tho appeal tried at this term
of court but what steps will be
taken are unknown
Dr Boyd Not So Well
Dr Frank Boyds condition today
at Riverside hospital was not so en
couraging to his physicians as yester
day As to whether there will be any
very serious results Dr J T Iled
dick was unablo to tell The elbow
Joint la considerably inflamed and the
arm swollen and opiates are given
Dr Boyd to deaden the Intense pain
hr Dodd Improves
Dr M E Dodd pastor of the First
strlckeaI
with acute appendicitis ten days ago
while delivering a morning sermon
and operated on at Riverside hospl
Ult was able to be taken borne this
afternoon He la rapidly recovering
from the operation and will be able
to be up In a few days
I
an as It whizzed by It struck fir
King fei the forehead fracturing the
bull From the first it was real
ized his condition was critical but
Inter messages said be woe Improv
ing Mr King was born In North
Dakota and came to Paducab six
yearn ago Ito made many friends
In tho city was a member of the
Knights Templar and the Shrlnors
Besides his wife he is survived by
one daughter Mrs Everett Thomp
son of Pnducah and erne ran Mr
Harvey King of Bookings N D
Ills mother iMra I J H King re
sides In Santa Cruz Cat
The funeral arrangements are not
known In Paducah but tho funeral
and iburlal will not foe held until
after the arrival of Mrs King in
taClor
I California
1mibyterlan Assembly to Meet
Atlantic City N J May 17
Arrangements for the meeting ot
the general assembly the highest t
legislative body of the Presbyterian
church In the United States o f
America which will convene hero
Thursday for a ten days session are
about completed and the advance
guard of commissioners are expected
to arrive tomorrow All sessions of f
the assembly will be held on the
steel pier and there will be about
i 1 v
JOE WALKER WILL
BE NEW MASTER
MECHANIC HERE
Paducah Boy to Return and I
Take Charge of Illinois
Central Shops
Will Succeed J H Nash Next 1 I
Week
COMES FROM EAST ST LOUIS
Although not announced otpdally
Joseph F Walker muter mechanic
at East St Louis will succeed Mr
Joseph H Nash master mechanic of
the local Illinois Central railroad
shops The official appointment has
been expected for several days but
haj not been received In Paducah
this morning Mr Walker la ex
pected to arrive tonight or tomorrow
morning to assume charge of the lo
cal shops and relieve Mr Nash who
will leave the last of this week for
Chicago to assume charge of his new
position 811 superintendent of thoI I
Burnslde aho llI I
The appointment of Mr Walker I
aa master mechanic of the lomlI I
shops la particular pleasing to braI I
Paducah friends because of the fact j
that he 18 l a Paducah boy who has 1
made good ID every particular Ills
career since entering the service of I
the Illinois Central railroad has been I
brilliant with achievements Rapid I
promotions have been given because
of his Indomitable energy and abu 4
ity In the shot apace of twelve J
years he has risen to the position of J
master mechanic of the local shops
where he began as an apprentice boy
Starting In as an apprentice boy
he served his time In the local chops
and soon after wan advanced to theI I
place of gang foreman After the 4
flret step he wax made night round I
house foreman and In A short time
later day round house foreman NextI r I
he was made general foreman atI
Princeton but about three years ugoI I
came back to Paducah aa general
foreman of the local shops
As general foreman be served un
til last August when he was ad I
vanced to the position of master me I
chanic at East St Louis and so sat I
isfactory have been his services tbatl
he was selected last week by the Offit f
coals In Chicago as the man for the I
position of master mechAnlo of the II
Paducah chops The local shops are I
the second largest on the Illinois
Central system and the position of I
master mechanc 19 1 regarded aa one I I
of the most difficult with the railroad I
Mr Walker Js a son of IrS Liz
zie Walker 1616 Broad street I
Railroad Notes i
Fireman J R Ammons has return
ed from Dyersburg Tenn after aI
trip on bUllneSI I
A pjwclal train carrying an excur
sion from Cairo to Memphis over theI I
Illinois Centra railroad passed
through Paducah this morning A
number of people from Paducah leftI I I
for Memphis on the excursion I
Engineer c W Hampton has re
turned to work after a recent Ill I
ness
Thomas Wooldrldge a machinist I
apprentice Is recovering rapidly
from the effects of an operation for
appendicitis I
appendicitisThe
The Railway Storekeepers conven
tion Is In session this week In St
Louis Last night U H Clarke di
vision storekeeper and Arthur
Jones of the local storekeeplng de
partment left aa representative of 4
the Paducah division office
RAILROAD RATES
ARE PROTESTED I
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SHIPPERS AND MANUFACTUR c
ERS ARK OUOASIZEDc c
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Chicago May 17 Shippers n al 1
manufacturers of the United States I
today at a meeting at Chicago pro
test against the threatened advance
In railroad rates they declare the
Increase la unjustifiable until on in
vestigation by the Interstate com
merce commission
Shippers and manufacture per
fected a permanent organization to
fight the advance railroad rates
They elected officer
Contractor J W Ixxwood baa
been awarded the contract for reI I
modollne the old Central fire station
on North Fourth street The build
ifeg will be repaired and a new front
tasUWed When completed it will 1
Stenographer Kirby Takes Stand
in Ballinger Hearing and Tells
u
Why He Gave Out Press Interview
Charges That Ballinger Testi I
lied Falsely in Regard tc t I
Lawler DraI Undergoe a I
Severe Grilling
Washington May 17 Frederick
Kerby former stenographer in Sec
retary Dalllngers office who made
affidavit revealing the character o f
the Lawler memorandum took the
stand this morning before the Bal
llngcrPlncbot Investigating com
mlttee Attorney Vertreea asked I
Kerby if he was a confidential clerk
and why he felt called upon to give
out confidential information Kerby
replied that he considered his post
bon one confidential to the govern
ment and not to Secretary Ballinger
Kerby said he was friendly with for
mer Secretary Garfield who knew
he had been given tbe preparations
of the Lawler draft from another
source He said Garfield told him
too many had already been sacri
ficed He told of a meeting held at
Plncbota home
Vertreea insistently urged Kertoy
to admit a selfish motive In giving
out ills htatement Kenby denied
this and was allowed to tell the
story In his own way He eald he
first met iRobert Wiloon of the
Cleveland Press Sunday May 8 af
ter which he talked the matter over
with his wife He thought it best
not to give the story to the press
If he had a chance to take the wit
ness stand Ho said the following
Tuesday II N NIckey editorinchief
of ScrlppsMoRao newspaper and TV
B Colver general manager of the
Newspaper Enterprise aaaoctklon of
Cleveland talked to him and Mrs
Kerby All agreed that his decision
was right
I remember Colver praised my
attiUide He said Its all right I
came down here to find a story and
I found a man Im satisfied
The next day said > Kenby I
pad Dallingera testimony carefully
and realized he tad denied all sped
fic knowledge of the Lawler draft
and stated other facts that were un
true This I thought made It im
possible for Attorney Brandels to
call me In rebuttal as according to
the record there was nothing to Te
but That day Brandels said he felt
he was practBcaliy cut off from get
ting before the committee the in
formation I had I knew also from
correspondence in our office that the
attorney general and Interior depart
ment had not responded with copies
of memorandum despite firandoia
repeated calls for them Therefore
thought It my duty to make the
faclJ public
Ballinger bad stated previously in
the letter to the committee that he
wanted all tbe facts brought out I
talked the matter over with my wife
and decided it was best to make the
matter public Wilson was there
but he did not urge me I did moat
of the talking myself
Kerby Insisted that Lawler knew
there was a copy retained in the de
partment He said lie knew there
was a copy there At least he knew
that until a month ago I had kept
It In a ccnftdentlal file then It tits
appeared I am sura it was dropped I
lappeared
droppedUnto I
into the drawer of Private Secretary
Cares dOkt tnw Massey take the
paper out of the drawer one day
when Carr telephoned for something
else I think It was a copy of the
bawler draft
Kerby denied upon Vertrees
questioning that his was a selfish
motive In making his statements to
the press He said when he read
Balllngera denials of the existence
of the Lawler draft he saw no
chance of getting on the witness
stand himself and it was better to
make the Information public Kerby
withstood a grilling by Vertrees and
Senator Root upholding his conten I
tion that his duty was to the gov I
ernment and not to Ballinger I
Under the questions 6t Represen I
tative Denby Kerby charged that
Ballinger entered the office of the
secretary of the interior with the In
tontlon of discharging F H Newell I
director of reclamation service lie
offered the place to H n Thomp
son city engineer of Seattle Kerby
asserted that Carr had said Yes
and they will have a hard time get
ting It when asked by Massey If I
he knew what that means
EDDYVILLE MAN
GETS APPOINTMENT
Frankfort Ky May 17 Special f
Jamcs Ramey of Eddyvllle was
appointed assistant in the depart
ment of banks to succeed Sherman
Ball made assistant secretary of
aLate
Mniiuel to London
Lisbon May 17l ng Manuel
left today for London to attend the
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RAIN SAVES TOWN I
IDuluth May 17Raln last
night and tills morning checked
the raging forest fire which
e threatened to consume the town
ot Bemldjl The town is out
of danger The state militia
was ordered to return Fires
are still raging In tbe timbered
sections
STRIKERS FIRE
fUPON f i SOLDIER S
FOREIGNERS ATTACK GUARDS
OVER DYNAMITE PLANT IN
MISSOURI
Hannibal Mo May 17A detail
of Missouri militiamen are guarding
the dynamite plant Masco was
fired upon today by striking foreign
era None was Injured A call was
sent fOr more troops Three com
panies are ready to move State
guardsmen hurried to Ilasco to pre
vent the rioting of former employ ee I
of Atlas Portland Cement company
GOVERNOR GLENN WILL
SPEND THURSDAY HERE
No s lnlpl11nor entertainment
for Governor Glenn of North Caro
Carollna
mittee appointed by the Paducah
presbytery Governor Glenn w1U ar
rive Thursday and stop at the Pal
mer house Thursday evening at
745 olock he will EJpfa1cet the
First Presbyterian church Seventh
ana Jefferson streets on home mis
sions Gorrernor Glenn Is making a
tout of Kentucky In the Interest of
this work and Is a representative
the home mission committee of the
general assembly of the Southern
Presbyterian church lie will leave
here Friday morning for other
points to deliver addresses
FIFTYFIRST DISTRICT
IS FULL OF PATRIOTS 1
1I I
Plenty of patriots In the Fifty J
first Illinois senatorial district ap I
peal wllllog to assume the toga of I
ISenator
Senator Douglas W Helm of 3Ie
tropolls who has held the office
two terms lie stated to a reporter
for the Evening Sun that he be
lieved be will not be a candidate
but since many of ha friends in
sist on lila running he will not an
nounce his determination finally lest c
circumstances might arise which I
would make it expedient for him toI I
run The house members from the I
district G W English of Johnson
county Democrat and the two Re
publicans Charles Durfee of Gol
conda and Lewis York of llarrls
burg are candidates for renominn t
Ion The primary Is early In the
fait SE
o
fallFALLING
FALLING RIVER
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ENDANGERS BOAT
SILTILLO BILL BE COMPLETE o
11IX3K IT IS NOW FEARED
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1C
Resting In such a perilous position
It Is believed that the illfated
steamer City of SaiUllo will be aC
C
total loss The Mississippi river 11rI I
falling at the rate of a foot ai day
and with the receding water the 1
1
boat lists more and with a fall of
a few more feet It Is expected that
the boat will turn completely ovorI I
on the cabin and sink into water
100 feet deep
Where the boat was wrecked the
bank la steep and rocky and there
to nothing to bold the boat and she
Is carried down as the Mississippi
river falls An opportunity doubt
<
less will not be afforded to remove
the machinery and equipment
dir Davldi Koger + returned this
morning from the scene of tbd
wreck and reported that despite the
persistent work of the divers and
the use of dynamite the bodies of
the passengers have not been locat
ed A body of a roustabout was
found yesterday Yesterday a diver
carefully explored the sunken steam
er for the purpose of releasing any
bodice held by the boat but nothing
was founds Captain James Kpger
who tIn boon at the f acme ot the
wr ok firice lAst week probably will
r J
SOUTHERN CROSS
OF HONOR TO BE
CONFERRED JUNE 3
ThirtyTwo Heroes el Celtto
federacy to lie Decanted
fcy U D C
a
When NoBumeat in Oak
Grove is I Unveiled
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MEN WHO WILL RECEIVE THEM
Southern crosses of honqi for
valiant service in the Civil war will
be bestowed upon 32 Confederate
veterans June 3 by the Padufcah
chapter No 341 Daughters of the
Confederacy The veterans will re
ceive the crosses of bronze on the
same day that the Confederate
monument In Oak Grove cemetery
Is unveiled The exact details for
the unveiling and the bestowal of
the crosses of honor have not been
ag
day of joy for the boys who were
the gray
yeasThe crosses are awarded only to
the veterans and are prized hlfhiy
for only service in the Confederate
army can secure medals Moit of
the veteran who will be awarded
the medals are members of the
James T Walbert camp of veteran i
but some are from Marshall county
dialJohn
John Caatieberry Butle pastel Jrr
B A Detry C B BIrnlel r C
Clark T 3 Col J lorI1ayI45 11t
Ezell T C Falkn er wido > sl7 t q
Gardner J B Gilbert W D1it1
w1dgwof
of D A Maxwell who wasbrl4adoe
wasbrl4adoesurgeon
surgeon to General Lloyd Tlipyhtaaii
JamS Mitchell W D MoorsJ I
Oliver W B Padgett second i ii
S B Penn W R PhlUli itH
Roark Thomas usbUr GM fr
Scott D C Slmrns L At BtrUfrhy
8trtatflW
W S Sutherland R W ThOmpsp
H C Turner aM Ware W O
Hood T K Wood i
On the same day the band sme
new Confederate monument J id aeiq
ory < ot the Confederate dJU be
unveiled with appropriate eierciiei
Today the excavating for the bale
of the monument began and It Iie
pected to rush the work to compjfe
tlon The abaft of the monument
will arrive this week and will be
placed on the base Immediately TJhe
shaft la 28 feet high and whep com
pleted will be a credit to the rete
rans and tho Daughters of the Con
federacy who have erected It
Beer Feasters Aneoted
Cheyenne WOo May 17 doting
and sealing the door of a beerliden
freight car Into which six tramps
had broken and were merryiaaleteg
F V Hunt a Colorado ft Southern
conductor last night attached the
car to his train and whirled the vagrant
grant sextette Into Cheyenne where
they were delivered to the sheriff
Burglar Frightened Away
Early this morning an unknown
burglar tried to break Into Fha t veer
dente of Mr J M Gentry 818 laY
street Ho tried to prize open soy
oral back windows when Clarence
Gentry was awakened by the noise
He jumped out of bed and the noise
frightened the wouldbe Intruder
who vanished quicklyi
I i 1
Officials Have OntiiJS
This Afternoon the city and county
officials will be the guests of the Per
ducah Traction company and tho
Paducah Light and Power company
The officials assembled at the qfice
of the traction company < po Broad
way and at 4 oclock left pa alPe
coal car for IL tour of the properties
of the companies The Light plant
the gliB plant and the car barns
were Inspected This evening it
Wallace parka banquet will be sort
ed end the officials will take in the
sights of Wallace park 1
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Chicago Market t
July High LowCJo e
Wheat 103 10 lW i1
Corn 63 62 V4 62 K
Oats 41 40i 4K
Prov 327 2290 237
Lard 1290 lUG i87
Ribs 1285 1265 1OIt t
r r t1411M
Sales Thursday
About 300 hogsheads of tobacco
will be the offering of the Planter
Protective association Thursday wneoi
the regular weekly sale will be held
Today Mr M M Tucker local ware
houseman is busy sampling the to
bacco and grader will be on band
tomorrow A large number of buy
ers j will be here for the i sale I Thw

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