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VOL XXVII NO I Iff PADUCAH KY MONDAY EVENING JUNE 20 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
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CAIRO SENDS
VISITORS TO
THE CHADTAUQUA
The Filih Annual Event In I I
augurated With a Very At
tractive Program
ToHigbta Feature is i a Head
Liner Attraction
WATCOX iiinn TUKSIUY xiniiT
Paducah0 fifth annual Cliautau
qua opened jestorday nt tho Chats
tfluqua found Wallaeo park with
n program whhb was hlshly Inter
iHr > fi and InbUuctlvo Decides a
large crowtf tit Iadurah people qulto
A number of Cairo folks enjoyed tho
opening CXOXHO In tho morning
ho Pnducah Mens lllblo dam of tho
HMMi < > l McthodUt thurob t 10
ether with tho Methodkt lllblo
t > i iif pain hold tholr service
s I ver l porli s nfO irnido by tho
Cairo delegates and 1 alto b l y Super
lutcndmt J A Canragoy In the
afternoon the PariandXowhall com
parr furnlchud a racred musical y
ronrrri wblcl complololy raptlvntH I
IN I flxUPtiro D Frank Orone of
CtiKiifin lectured In the ovonlng on I <
Qtr rubjrct Whit WIN You Do I
With It Dr t Crane hi too of the
fcr tnot men In hk profession and
his lertiro tit evening wns Ihor
oiiKhlv < < nj ud by a11
tnnicbt at S oclock the Parloml
Nrnball itiniliany will render Choir
rho rvvl muatr foleutlons This
rornpnny itas I attracted Intwott all
cvoi the United SUton and In ThlaI I
rtirird by tnhay to bo tbo hrad
Ilnrr I
hnrrThe
The new bovnltlof of tho eompiiny
aro > lla bell ringing and bmw quor
tot This writ bo a rare treat for
Palucnh uit tt loreral nit them mon
hart ron hd tho h chcet amiHiuie
in rrn > city where they have vtalt
rd Tho convert w4ll continue about
cnt hour nntt l forty minutes and a
largo audlvneo wtU undoubtedly
Rtvti tbHi quartet as It pronilrnt I to
tx ear of this foot porformancf on
t h I program I
Hit ParMndNowh coinpftn1
wI i XIY their let 1 consort lomor
TI w oflerootM it I3 < K Tonionrow
11 hi the Hew James K i Watson t of
Ind ana will nuke nn address bh
i iiiijrrt lijJin American Id aa
Mr Vntton M conrtdorod to IHJ onoI I
of tli < > inort oloquvnt men Ifl tho
t MM or rvtirMunkittvpe on account I
tf ti I fptomlld voice aDd great Irt b t
onnl magnetism 11 I
AOItlllW TO AHIIITKATK
1
Mexico and U S lops lo pnie to
riidrrhtniullni In Uhlnilrd t
Wa blnxton Juno 20hxlco t
ha agreed to settle the Chamlzal
boundary dtftpulc by arbltrlltlonI I
1 fanadtan jurlit li In hold this
baaom In tlo arbitration
basurujn
Th < Chamhal tract which wan of
lililf I value when claimed first by
Mrxtro In 1R8I has ilnce greatly In cJ
created In valuo by tho growth of r
the ritj of Ht Paio Texas which It 8
pjon T it la e t4mated to bo worth 1
pcvrral millions J
JI JI I I
NEVADA GETS
b
THE BIG FIGHT
I
I
PROMOTERS ANNOUNCE I1EFI a
N I T E IjY LOCAt I ON S
ao
Ban FrandMO Juno 2cTu
RJkard this morning made the for
mat announcoment that the big
fight w II bo hold in Nevada Reno or
Goldfleld Tho lighters are ready to
move
JoliiiMiu si III Training I
Btn Francisco Juno 20 Although
he la ready at a moment notice to
move to Reno Jack Johnson went
through he usual performance at
t
the Beach
BeachJrlT Illrrek It l
IllrrekCamp
Jeff to Hrek Camp
Bant Cruz Cal Juno 20c
cording to Sam Jerger Joltribs man a
ager who arrived hero this afternoon
with Jeffries who gave a sparring a
exhibition arrangement tiro being
made for tho breaking lip of tho Ben
Lomond training camp Tuemluy even
lagBerger
Berger is negotdaUng for training
quarters at Reno
Cooler Wriillicr C nulnf I
Chicago Juno ZOArter causing I
ilcaths of 17 from pro tmtlorv In I
four davu the heat Nitre WM check 1
New Railroad Runs Two Surveys
Into The City One Touches The
Fair Grounds the Other the Park
Construction Work Will Not I
Start Probably Until Some
Time Next Year to Time
With Bridge Completion
Just whoro will Iho Burlington
and those other three roads Paducnh
la expecting after the construction
of the BtirUngton bridge OtI02W tho
SurveyorT tIt
have been In Uio city and virility
since the day following tho an
nouncement that authority for tho
bridge would ho l recommended by thc
government engineers They wcro
IhreoI
linos to a landing opposite Metrop
ails ond this time have made two
survey
surveyOne
One of the lines la run rlghl
groundsg
lourhlng tho Caldwell property on I
Broadway and striking across bo
tweeji tho homes of John W Keller
and Saunders Fowler Tho other
onuses ncrosa tear the Tirtn Roewcll I
rnrm and pa + tbca near Wallace park
hum on norosa to tho N G d St
It tracka I
trackaTho
Tho Mao will bo a double track
The X O A SI I will double Its
track out to Union station and tho I
now lino will connect with tho N CoI I
roino where near Union ptatlon
Vhllo tho purveys ate being nmdlI I
lit thin tlmo active construction orkJ J
wIll not tan for rouse tlmo IincoI I
lhoo would ho no neccnwlty for It
until Iho bridge Is nlmoit near com
pletion It Is I announced on appar
ently good authority that the bridge
work will begin I tome tlmo this year
It will require two or three years ro t
work on tho linea on his sJdo of tho
river may not bo started until late
null t summer t
tt t
THE WEST SPEAKS
ON CONSERVATIONS
R XfOn iiniuii ciasHiis TIII h
VlTIUIOI DINO OI IiANIt I
AS CRUIH
II
WIIhht tOll Juno 20SclIllor I
Boxnh of Idaho In hte speeds on
coneorvutlon today declared Iho
HHJpto of tho western states could i f
bettor attend tot local affairs than
the bureau In Washington He said 1
Tho policy which withholds agrl
cultural land from productions bind
ors Industrial life and forces tho r
altos Into the city or foreign lands h
that It Is I hlrt etghted and a dun
der that parch legMallon Is no worn
than a crlmo Ho denounced the 1
fflcm of making homesteaders J
work aoven or eight years to get
land
iyiwy Ten nt Wnllnre fork
The gypsy tea given by the young
dr girls Saturday evening at WnWaco
park conrpllmontory to the hoiuo
goats of alias Helen Van Meter was
quite a delightful affair and was en
Joyed by tho Misses Kathryn Klein
HooprfonIH Jessie Mary Ullard
awrenceburg Dorothy Dryanl b
Godflod Nov Kmma Mountjoy M
Warraw Jano Stoventorr LIHIan Ab b
boll Grace lolls Ilolvn Van Motor II h
Sarah Corbotl Margarolo Carnagoy t I
and Fred Paxton Mosrs ROECOO t1
Rood Will Honnohorgor Qua Klllott d
Uarrcn Sights Marvin SIIs Robert n
HaMcy Edward Cavo R 1 H Moore o
and Harry Tallferro of MadltonvIHa th t
thc
Mr and Mrs Will Rlnkllffo and Mr CI
and Mrs Harry Singleton chapor t
oned n
onrdMrar
Mr Geo A Flournoy
On The Library Boara
Governor Willson honored Iadu
rah by the appointment of Mrs
George A Flournoy as a member of
tho etato library board Notice of
tho appointment came to Tho Sun In
Its dispatches today Under an act
of the last session of the legluiature
library board for the stale was
created The duties of tho board
are to organize and conserve librar
leI all over tho stale Thero aro to
bo three women on tho board and
Mrs Flournoy was olected to rep
recent wept Kentucky Tho other
members will be Mrs Stone of Htnd
man and Mm Rawson of Louis
villeTho
Tho appointment of Mrs Flournoy
U a cornpllmenl to one of the mot
popular and accomplished women In
Paducah Mrs Flournoy > la a worn
TEDDY OVERWHELMED
IJY VOLUME OF LETTERS
9
Now York Juno 20noollo
veil la overwhelmed with a do
logo of letters and telegrams
Ho spent today at his office as
assistant editor of the Out
look and said whllo ho was
appreciating tho kindly thought I
appreciatingtenllona
and good Intentions of tho peo
pie writing totters ho would bo
glad It youd make It known
It tho volume of Ibo correspond I
renco renders It Impossible to glue
It his personal attention
e
THEODORE JR
TODAn y r I
Till UVKNT IS 1 MOST RRILUANT
OF TIm SOCIAL SEASON
Now York Juno 20 Theodore
Roosevelt Jr and stirs Eleanor But
lot Alexander will bo married at 4
oclock this afternoon at the FJfth
Avenue Presbylcrlan church Invita
lion wero sent out to one thousand
five hundred Kermit will act as
best man and It will bo tho moat
brilliant function of the season Mr
Roosevelt will attend Roosevelt
Jr will live In San Francisco and
be employed III the branch bowo ol
Ibo carpet manufactory for whom he
works now Nine hundred Invlta
lions wlH bo Issued for a reception at
Iho homo of the aunt of time bride
The wromony will bo performed i > >
Iho Rev Henry Sanders Miss Alex
andor will bo attended by afro Snow
don Fahno0toek Misses Ethel Rome
vet Harriett Artcxando Janctta Al
exandcr Jean Delano Jec lo Drake
Where the couple wIN go on theli
honcymoonfha been kept a secret
Denis Illcil
Honry and LIIHo Reynolds to the
Flat National bank of Mctropol U
property in Rowlandtown = 1
ont National Bank of Metropolis
111 to Frank Lovln property In Row
landtown S IbO
K and Llllio Wilkins to Frank
lowls property on Atkins avenue
far = 1 1
henry and Double lUynolda tc
Frank Iovln property in Rowland
lon it 1
Lou It o and M B Austin to Ed
monk Uonnctt property on Hara
ban boulevard < 1500
ED HANNAN
EDHAMANIS
IS MAYOR NOW
AHSHNCE OF MAYOR SMITH PUTS
IIDI AT CITYS IIUAI >
Today It Is and tomorrow it will
bo Ills Honor Mayor Ed Hunnan
Mayor James P Smith Is expected
back from Chicago Wednesday to re
lievo the burden from Mr Hannont J
shoulders although the president of
tho aldermen says theres not machd
doing In executive circles Mr Han d
nan has boon given an opportunity
on several occasions to hold down d
tho big chair and Is finding It more
comfortable each tlmo Routine du s
tloa woro disposed of by tho vice n
mayor this mornlagh
ITho I
Tho appointment of Mrs Flournoy
Is a compliment to ono of the most
accomplished and popular women in
Paducah Mrs Flournoy had always
taken a great deal of Interest In edu
cation and aro and civic Improvement
and Is well qualified for tho place
Indslime
time among her other Interests to
superintend ono of tho prettiest
country place In west Kentucky
THE WEATHER
The prcdlrtlons and tempera
ture for tho past twentyfour
hours will IMS found at tho top
of the seventh column on page
A
MORBID CROWD
THRONGS POLICE
COURT ROOM I
When Tommy Farren and Guy
Dean Are Arraigned For
Mysterious Harder
Owing to Absence of Impor
tant Witnesses Continued
PRISONERS ARE UNCOXCKRNED
Neither this prosecution nor d °
gesso were ready to enter Into trial 1
this morning in tho murder caso
against Tommy Farrin and Guy
Dean when It was called In police I
court A continuance wan given un I
uny I
29 In order that both sides can got
witnesses who havo not been found
Farrin and Dean wore taken back I
JAILT I
The court room was packed by I
a curious crowd of training necka 1
and open months and all eyes were I
turned upon the two youthful do I
refendunla who rat with their attor 1
neys on tho prisoners bench Dean 1
oUt with his father Wlllard F Dean s
and his attorney David L Drowning C
and wan unconcerned Dean cat be
tween his attorneys Crotoland and I
his uncle Turner Anderson Police <
Judge Cross dliiposcd of the other
aws flret wilh rapidity + and by the
time ho had reached the murder I
else mon and women were jammed I
In the court room like sardines andI I
obstruction wan given to any possible g
breeze by men and boys In the win
dows A death like silence prevailed T
when tho care was called but it
was found that a conUnt anco was
necessary tlio crowd bean to surge
rom tho ronm In apparent dlsap J
polntmont
County Attorney Sander E Cray
railed off time witnesses for the com
monwealth and all answered but the
three which worn considered the
most Important Tho defense an
nounced that several of their wit
means were not on hand and It was
igreed to ret tho case for next Wed
nesday Mra Dora ninclcwcll who
s considered the star witness for the
ornmonwoalth and by whom Ouy
eon Intends proving his innocence
I
n tho crime has not boon found
Iceplto l efforts of the authorities tot
ocuto her Subpoenas have beent
wnt to Tiptonvllle Union City DII l
iraburg and Trenton Tennessee I
where she was supnorcd1 to have n
one but she could not bo located II
n limo for todays trial Efforts to d
jot her were renewed today and It It
11 believed riio will bo found before pi
nat > y + > moro days Nannie Coffee of m
Ciatro was another Important wdt la
less for tho commonwealth who was c
lot present By her Detectives el
Moore and Collins expect to prove II
IIhal
tilling when ho followed Lula Shotb l
on lo Ca Co 11m Dunn was the
bird witness who did not answer to J
ill name Those who answered
It
were released on their own rocognlIt
II
anco to appear at 9 oclock nellII 1
Wednesday irornlng for tho trial
Mid It 1 Is believed that both sides I
will bo prepared Witnesses for theII
omnionweallh who answered woro ai
Detectives T J Moore and James M
ColHns Lula Shelton Mrs A 10Y 1
Redman Walter Cartco Charles w
VYhlUemoro deputies at the county M
ail Mrs Babe Vateour John Pick rl
erlng James Dunn Dunk Ettor and d
Magistrate Caries W Emenjv The rc
defonso announced that eome of i <
thcto witnesses would testify for tho II j
dofcnro as well
Tho defense has not Issued any
subpoenas and have with held Uw T
thvI I
nimes of their witnoasca Interest j
In tho case Is at a high pitch Dean
has remained in silence at the coun
ty jail since his capture lie and
Farrln I laughed and talked lo the
court room IbIS morning and there
Is no enmity between them Farrin
fdnco his confession half employed
an attorney and Is silent J
That tho murder of the red hair
ed youth was one of tho most ro
markablo caws hey have dealt with
Is tho expressions from tho police
Over two months have clapped and
stll the Identity of tho boy Is a mye L
t tory Upon his namo hinges some 0
Important facts In tho case and itF
Is tho belief that Uo correct state jt
moist has been given at all Pic d
tures of the boy and hundreds of tj
letters have been rent out but It It
seams of no too t
Farrln and Dean are accused of I In
wilful murder nnd their case Is nn
ballabie Doth will have nine moro
days In jail Oefore they win speak
Dean Is kept In solitude and no one
la allowed to see him Although
Dotwtlres Mooro and Collins qprW
thoro are no developments Uv the W
murder it U thought that tho are V <
working on other clews and by the 0 =
time the case Is called I next week p
ther will present Iron er evUeaoe La
I
Wendling is Located in a Town
in Texas and Officers Leave
Louisville to Bring Him Bach
Governor Willson Issues Re
quisition on Texas Gover
nor While Exact Location
is Kept a Secret
Frankfort June 20It was an
flounced today that oQvcrnor Will
son hag Issued a requisition on the i
governor of Texas for tho return of t C j
Wendling who is supposed to be i I
under arrest there Tho namo of t I
tho town Is kept a secret Louis I
ville officers have gono to get him i 1
and an Indictment against him baa I 1
been prepared by the grand Jury
CURTISS MAKES NEW ItECOIU
nEcomI
Clips Ten and Half Feet From Own i
Starting Figures I
Juno I
Louisville Kjrt Juno 20Olenn
ItI Curtlss clipped ten and a half t
feet from his former record for a
short distance start at tho Louis
yule Times aviation moot here Ho
arose from tho ground 87 y feet
from tho starting mark Ills prot t
stoma record was 98 feet Curtly
made several flights but only for
abort distances Ho outdistanced Jt t
C Mars In a contest flight
Fred Hayek motorcyclist made I
ova miles In 439 ten miles f lu
039 j and eleven miles In 1029
J C Mars In a preliminary flightt t
across tho Ohio river fell in thoa I
river when his motor stopped lit I a
attempted to make a glide buta
a
dived squarely Into the water HeI I
swam to shore whllo his aeroplane
Time Skylark was fished out byb
b
life
savers
a
I
ANGERHEIRER J j PUT
IN CHARGE TODAY p
b m
o
APPOINTMENT AS MANAGER 18
MADE PEIOIAXENT BV CLUB
0
It
Louis Angermelrer the popular In
little left Holder of the Paducah ball n
team was elected field manager ofn
the team this morning at tho meet
Ing of tho directors of the local club
Tho two games played under thee c
management of Angcrmclrer pleased a
the fans arid director so that it was m
decided to retain him as tho chief ofo
o
Ibo local tribe of ball players Ho IIw
popular with the players and every
member of the team Is pulling to 1
land on top Angermelrer will have
charge of the learn work of the play
ers as ho deems best but tho sign
Ing and retesting of players will bo ci
done only with tho consent of Ulon
board of directors Tho fans aren
pleased j with tho article of ball played ti
under the management of Anger h
Led for tho week day games b
toed ofr tho week day games U
In a crippled condition tho HopE
ulnsvllle team arrived this morning c <
11 oclock from Vlncennes Brown u
and Murray are on the Injured list
Manager Anderson announced that
j
Yon a eouthiww and Llttlejohn t
would compose his battery while
Manager Angermelrer selected Har
ris and Overton 19 work for the In
dians Tomorrow Grain I will work
for Paducah and Woodrlng an old
Kitty league pitcher will twirl for
tho Hoppers
HoppersT 1
ILLINOIS BRIBERY
DEVELOPMENTS h
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CC
JUDGE OVERRUIFS MOTIONS OFCC
TilE DEFENDANT FOniJ
ACQUlTILar
Wi
Chicago June 30ln the trial of to
Leo ONeill Browne Judge McSuroly rl
overruled the motions of Attorney B
Forrest defending that tho court P
Instruct the Jury to render a tor to
dlct of acquittal on the ground that m
tho state failed to mako a case and Si
that tho court rulo out a part of the c
testimony relating to tho meetings Lt
St Louis
rte
thy
Chicago Market Ipg bo
July High Low Close 1Ih0
Whrot 954 939i 9b3i
Corn bit 58li 594 gu
tts 38 37 38
v 2380 2362 2i3C5f +
1Tfv0L4 I IT
L4 ittAI
NEW LODGE FOR
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
WILL liE INSTITUTED IN PADU
Gill NEXT WEEK
Arrangements will be perfected at
a meeting or Iho Knights of Pythias
tonight for the institution of a now
lodgo In Paducah within limo next
few days Work on tho charter his
baa been under way for tho past
two or three weeks and It has now
swimed tbo limit necessary to In
titule There aro 3G signatures and I
in all probability It will bo augment
ed until tho half hundred mark 1 Is
reached
reachedTho
Tho population of Paducah and
tho fact that tho city deserves an
other organization have boon Incen
lives which prompted tho effqrt of
members to secure a now lodge 01Ii t
Is expected to develop a great deal p t
of Interest as those who have signed I
0iha charter list are all men from i
the professional end business class i
nflrz m
foundation and will establish a pros
llgc In the membership line
The order of Knights of Pythias
la strictly a fraternal ono and has
uptu a
date social and fraternal features
Tho ritualistic work Is based upon
the drama of Damon and Pythias
and is beautiful and Impressive
throughout The order Is ono that
appeals to young men especially and
teaches some uplondkl lessons
Tho present lodgo In Paducah has
been in existence for several years
and has nearly 2OO members This
Is one reason a now lodge was de
cided upon so that there would be
an olnarged field for better resulta
The committee which was 61
pointed to circulate tho charter list l
will also have all arrangements to I
look after In bo Instituting core
monies The charter list < will be
held open for a few days and any
ono desiring to have his name en
the same can sec any member of the
order for farther Information
While not definitely determined
t Is quite sum tho dato for Inetltul I
ng the now lodge will bo set for
next Monday Juno 27 tho rote I
monies taking place at tho Three
Link building
Tt the regular meeting of Padu
cah lodge N > 26 tonight a class of I
Bight applicants will bo Initialed t
and three given rank of esquire All e
members are Asked to meet at 730 t
< clock in order to facilitate the
work
LYON COUNTY WOMAN
HRUTAM4Y ASSAULTED d
t b I
a
Kuttawa Juno 20 SpecialBe f
cause sho refused to give them a o
Jilgbtj lodging Mrs Lillian Ken S
nedy of tho Rolling Mill section s
this county was dragged from her I
homo last night about 7 oclock and t
brutally assaulted and beaten bya
two men whose Identity is known a
Both men made hasty flight Offi
cers were sent to Paducah to secure a
bloodhounds c
PILOT ED PELL i l
RETURNS TO CITY a
WILT IROBABLY APPEAL FROM
REVOCATION OF JICENSEs
When Captain Ed Pell returned
home Saturday afternoon from a two
week trip to Florence Ala on the
towboat Lyda a letter from tho St
Louis Inspectors revoking his it
cenve as a pilot awaited him
When asked what steps he would
UkoIn the matter today Capt Poll
lf3ld1 havo nothing to say about
litHowever
However Capt Pell Intends to
take the matter higher as ho told e
rlyermen hero and Attorney Luther er
Dow of New York who defended 6
Pell at the recent trial ia expected y
arrive In St Louis next week to h
make arrangements for an appeal to a
Supervising Inspector J J Dunn
Capt Pell will probably go to St of
Loula to confer with his attorney m
Paducah rlvormon are In sympa
with IjUot Pell but say there will
small chances of his license be II
g renewed Capt fell was at tho 01
wheel of the Oily of Saltlllo when
ao sank at Glen Park Mo near St
Louis come time ago Ho was found b
guilty of disregarding tho rules in r
driving the steamer at full power d
hrough a smoko cloud Twelve s
ivej > were lost when 1Ib4t Vr t
ST MARYS CLOSES
ITS FIFTYSECOND
SCHOOL SESSION
Four Young People Will Re
ceive Graduation Diplomas
Tomorrow Aiternoei >
Interesting Varied Program
to be Rendered
TO nitOADKX ITS WORK
thew
St Marys academy will be held to
morrow afternoon at the Kentucky
theater when the fiftysecond session
sessiona
of the school will close Tile com
mencement will bo observed with a
pleasing musical program In which
dthe student body will participate The
entertainments gluon by the school
aro always splendId and this roar no
exception > to the rulo Is promised
In the graduratlng class this year
hero aro four graduates who will be
awarded their diplomas They are
Miss Carrio E Boyer Miss Catherine
C Mulvin Miss Ruth LaMooro and
Master Edward E Hoffman The
conferring of the honors end the ad
droll will be by tho Rev Father H
A Connelly pastor of the St Ftim
1
Continue on Page Fonr
GOVERNORS CONFERENCE TO
UK HELD AT FRANKFORT KT
Frankfort Juno 20Tho special
committee of governors at a meet
Ing here today selected Frankfort
goyrs
ernora conference to be held No
vember 29 next
riliniJl STEPHON 1IKD
TODAY AFTHI6 LANG IILNKSS
Phillhr Stephen sr yertrw olda
grocerto
man died at his home 2 < W7 Broad
street at 1205 oclock this otter
noon after a 14 months IWaeeS of
stomach trouble Mr Stephen was
born In Germany and came to tile
United States at tho age of 9 He
first settled in Hondorcon Ky and
then came to Paducah wbere he
had lived for about 2C years Ho
was married to Miss Maggie Merger
In Hendernon Tho following chll
dron survive Mrs Jake Potter and
lhllllpStephon
Stephen Jr Arrangements for the
funeral have not been made He
was a member of tho German Luth
eran church and leaves l many
friends
1
EVER READ RAZOR
FIGURES IN FESTIVITIES
Hilarity at the close of a colored
danco at Krebs early Sunday morn
Ing turned Into terror when Hurler
Rutledgo colored 20 years old
of Canaan was probably fatally
slashed across tho siirdlu shrdlu u
slashed with n razor Cato Strow
Interfered and was slashed across
the left arm Robert Daniols the
alleged cuttlst escaped and Is sill
at large M
Tho danco had just broken up
and tho negroes from Paducah were
climbing Into a big wagon Rut
ledge who Is said to hope been
drinking stumbled Into the lap of
Daniels who pulledout a razor and
like a flash he drew It f rpm the
spine around the left side to the
abdpraen The spine was Injured
and the hollow of the ptomach
struck twice Groaning jn agony
Rutledge was hurried to Paducah
and Dr W R Washburn sewed him
together Ho baa chances to live
Cato Strow was not bad cut Con
stables are searching for Daniel
today
OFF FOR THE ARCTIC
CAPT TURTLETTE WILL COM
MAND SHIP
Boston June 20 Carrying trlnk
eta and gum drops for the Igloo dwell
eTa of tho frozen north the steam
ship Bcathls chartered by Harry
Whitney and Paul J Rainey for a
hunting expedition in tho arctic
railed today
The Beotblc la under the command
Captain Robert Bartletto who
made the trip with Peary
Captain Bartetta aid
e probably wIll not bother to
take time to hunt Dr Cooks tie
ords Liverpool na 20Ten mem
bars of lire crew of the steamer La
rochelle from Bayonne N J wejj
drowned In the Irish era J The
steamer was sent to the boUomJa J
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