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1 EVENING JUIY 5 1HO TEN CENTS PER WEEK
I VOL XXVIII NO 4 1ADOOAH KY TUESDAY
fJEFFRIES f SAW TWO
JOHNSONS AFTER
I F BLOW IN IJIS EYE
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< Said to His Seconds I Strike
at One and Miss Then
Other slits Me
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Pall of Gloom Over Quarters
of Former Champion
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COIUUflT SAYS TOM YOU SO II
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t peso J July 1II no today Is auf
feting fruit an aUaok of the morn I
1nff 1 alterJeffrlee tratainK camp v
lit 1 order the r paY Uogor Cumuli and II
Far IHiriw were up nearly all I
alglt inlntti rt t to him oatUitod
b l r Mn 1 Jeffrie T we banquet wae
i callrd off N d l tsto Hl ke partook of
a little mitt hltrioe was blinded I
all nlgat aa Min reauk of tke Wow e
Da hi risk eye 1M tbueeoc1 round I
II ilrcllof the ell ujre ajao His
vUlra taia mornlDK to > U wov U
JoItr decilavd Ills montuK to add l
any tiaUtaeat tirtbtltlap Ma 4e
teat to Ibe tact tfeat ato yanlii la
A gone He fecli Ulter toward tlMM
who induced him to try to earn
bk I
n t CorWtt is l the oaly mvmtier of list r
4 ramp who takes UaeHI toM yar 10r
s aitltudr Vet be eatkd l IM tare wv 41
I oral da r ape derUrlac Mat JlffU I
lark vf Itoilnc would akew Jeff
probably wll loJ ark to a la alfalfa t
0 t
farm
farmJofcMoa In a totes wilt Mid bea
wlH play ndelle a few works and
I rleu RO to 1 ltiiaio alHll t
Afterlng err yuata cry have been L
a factor In tile downfall of Jrffrtoa
There U DO deaytaa JOBMOO
abowt4 grvalvr tswnl atrofifdh aid
skis Trot I It we Mipertor UntitlBR
quaUiloa tkat worn for Mm Jeff feet
s I evrytlilMff bt aoetHOiJ 1 le stow wfclto
tralalnn from Iho memant 1Ht atap
t IMId 1040 Ute rhit lie had als lute
ly until lug
3 Why ke afaeu4 aare Roae AI ldey
on entering the ring wtttg lua l
oar waa hiaanaa Jk GOt lefts
I nI louts talk of a laoky
i punch
1 1011I I tie aeeoBd rawiMl JolHMUN Nut
a hard trc to Jar rlfltt Oye
ttrlA
men i i it ceded Jeff looked l dated to
the mrn In lb cortMT The aMWfl w
It I nary Tliu oilier had I MOB spot II
athrllrily bllujxl
y I Itn re two Joowoaa aaW
JUnr to Kiipr ore n wkoa Itl81r
Itl81rlaUr
1 latter was MxiBK kin eye MI alt at
oar aid mlaa ADd del the oilier I
matt MU me Il I
Prom tfcea on u to otalmeU Jfta
rla leaked ont mor 1111 hjr InatHiet
Jeff wan dow from the atari aid
ronUnt land a pNBeb when he had
the cleans
UIIIrr Tiilkj
iIi i f a etatcuMtnt to Ute United Iruaa
J today Govtroor DletamnHi ajatd
Billy Muidooo iald a eomvlltuMit
whirii u highly aaoroelMod by Ha
vsdaae > < > klrrday whoa be referred
ti our state at the one reHMlnlMi In I
Hi Unkn wbOoe cltlwtoa atlll are
hire I fxpert ronilderaUe agita
lion ag lnt4 boxlBK coatvota oil
lirvrn thii aid thu rotirealasj of the
lor > eim but it U widely known
that tt ivnlwt was on tbo tovml I
i dot antlrljiati aay woTOWoat VU > 4
limit lilt rounU of Ktavo ooftieata
Jeff U Sllll Intnl I
1
I HeprotionUtlvoa of the Morris
vaudeville rlrcult today tolugrnphud I
ICorbitt making a Ilntturlng offer IfI I
I fho und Jiffrlea will nppenrln u bOII I
6 Ing tent ull the 11010 This II ovlI I
denrM that thtwtrleal people dont t
bellovo left baa lost Ills value nl an 1
i attraction Corbutt turnwl down the
f offer Joffrloa Ii In fair shape lu
II i + 1nyruse aweHIiiRB uro nil reduced
f If Till worst I to hla Up
HP appears to bo atlll dazed Ho
cry < Iwo donnt remember stopping
into the TIIK ur anything about the
light In fact his netlon prior to I
till fight and Immediately after
caused talk that he wna doped
but hla handlers deny this Ills I
nandlT declare thu inontnl strain I
cntinod by hard training upsol him
They any he aujoil like n child Car
lhuI
I nUlo an lib l was bulnc led to the
v j ring
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V r ringrlwr r
Tin ClinintiloiiN Hoitie Coning
Chicago July rililcortell by two
i brniw liunda und the entire colored I
population of thU city Jack John
con will mako n triumphal entry
Into Chicago Thursday drive
through tho stroutB In bis touring
car and alight and trt ad u carpet of
rosoB IIB ho atone his mothers
home Thorn will boot olabonitu
feast for tho rlmmplon
i Mm I B I Ojfilvin wife of Pa
i trouum I R Oallvln I t 111 at her
homo on Jefferson about
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Fatal Injuries Perhaps Received
By Aged Man When Wagon
Knocks Him Down Crossing St
Charles P Rogers in Critical
Condition Illinois Man is
Killed din Runaway Acci S
dent Near Home
S
Hun down by a grocery wagon S
Charles P Rogers 76 years old ru
calved InJtirloB that may roaull In
hta dwiitli Monday morning nt 10
oclock nt Seventh street and K in
lucky nvenuo Tho lower rib on Ills J
loft ildo win fractured his right
foot was fractured and a holo
knockod In Ids loft log whllo ho wits
hrulsvd over the ontlro body Ho
WM routing fairly cany today ut tho
home of his iwnliilnw Mr Martin I I
Kolly but owing to bin ago Ids con I
dltlon IB vonildorod serious
Mr logon was erowrtng the shoot
when a delivery wagon of Hnglert k
Bryant approached lie madu on
effort too late to avoid thu wagon
He to I feeblo and bo was struck and
kHockod down to the linrd street II
The wagon paaaod over hits body L
Illlnolt InriniT JUIIIIt
llrookporl 111 July B Special L
tins Orolbmnnn 46 yuan old n
well known Jarwor of Maesac coon RI
ty Ills ohs dlod yesterday nl the
Kiistnlnod In n
ratHilt of Injuries A
runaway accident Saturday He wan
driving a team cniH > oed of a Horo I
and 1 a mule The mule refuted toI
prow a stream on the Upper llrook 0
twrt road about even mllM from
tho Ohio river and flrothmnnu
truck It The mule plunged nod tJ
the team ran away throwing Mr Z
Urothmami out Ho sustained In
ternal Injurlea He U urvlvod by C4
his wife and two sons Ho was a
proMparous farmer
EIGHTH DISTRICT
TO HAVE VACANCY to w
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HtXOISTUATH KUYKILHAIil < HAYS It
1111 Wllli MOVH INTO 11
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MMCtotrate llajUer KsykesdaU a a
vll known m r hnnt of the HlfiWIi H
latrlel aB HHiNc d today thief ha I +
111 close out bts bmlaoaa la I the next 11
ow moatbw aid wlH come to IHKiu a
IUb to raw He has accepted a
ealUou am trav 4i itlK aaleamaH DI n
eamn of hid rvmovlng to Paducah II
eu
t will Iw nvceuary for him to F
In as a memlwr of thr fiscal courlL
IUSSOJAPANESB
GUSSOJAPANESETREATY b
TREATY SIGNED
I t
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tlOIIT TO MAINTAIN AltJIA
JIIWT IN ASIA AXI 1WTHA
IUTION IllOVIItKI
o I
Toklo July i Rovernmuut 011t
Inbt today resolved oHlclat word oft
lho signing Into yesterday of tho I
tuasoJnpnnoso treaty at 8t Potura I
turn Tho torma art nut to be mado
while fur several days If la de t
Inred Iho trunty rooognUoa tho
right of ouch to maintain arrna t
iiunts In Asia and provide for tho t
xtrudltlon of criminals t
SaTe and Sc <
Broken at
M 1ropuils III July 5 Special I
Tim safe and sano fourth of Mo
tropolla wan Interrupted last night L
by two pUlol oxplosluns In the col
bred hull whuro an ontlngfuat was
In pro roB when Scott Clark n
negro employed on tho llnrllngton
conatructlon crow shot and wounded I
Clarence Pippins and Ruby Smith
tho hitter seriously In tho loft
breast Tho unit wna dulleulcd by n
rib and waa oxtmctud Pippins wan
shot In the right shoulder llotb
will recover Pippins and his as io
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THE WEATHER
Tho prediction and tempera
ture for tho past twentyfour
hours will bo found nt tho top
of tho seventh column on outgo
low
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Mitt 8UXATOH
Baton Itouge lj July R
Jnred Young Sander govoruor
of Ix > ulalona was oluetvd to
the Ulilloa Staiea senate by the
state legislature today to sue
coed Samuel D McKnery who
died at Now Orleans last weak S
555 e
TWENTYONE DEAD
TAKEN FROM WRECK
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IT IS HKMKVim MIlls AUK
IIUIIIIJI UMlHIt llliUIMH tWI
1JiYlilt
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MldilletowB 0 July ITlu I
body of at tinWoiiUllod nun wwa
Ukon fOlk y h m the dtArta of the I
wreck of taio nit l Iovr TwenUotti I
Ofltury lAultod yoatenlar TIUi
roHClil the death Mat to 11 It la I
Luliicvu mure dead are in the njliw
ILuIVod jliirul IM urlnhllI l I
flulrgta Ky I duly 151IttCktlI
fast doNbtefeaitder betwoeti the I
bsaebalt teaiiii of Sill + tiis and Mor I
CauOiMd yesterday afternoon wm
stopped ivy ah in the fmrtit Xiits II
of tko ppcocd BJSUHO with the score
aitNdUi 6 to 0 In favor of the I
rivitor The Drat pate was tnfcen
IMellllb I
II Vllll4ins of PadHcoh llllBd
router garden for the oeaa and
ills Down of Murray ovtd
ecuaj4 wet
r
aarkPolar
Polar hear hmiinie
New York July 1ThIlfO vm u
land breeae at Conoji Island y eter l
Cay aftcraoon and It was warm I
weather In Still nvenuo When J
Pflnry Ute big polar boar IIreOO IUd l
Pmulr Itwiook Jut wtntor bjr <
CapUriff IMtorptnwB a Norwegian I
tMlar wSa let him HIM arena W I
Flottocka In do hla > IIIf i In tbe tfhmr
lie tttnrblod over breatbod lord l end I
HirlTvred a If in great iHatrene II
III I
IUI1MAVS INSUUANXK CO I
AOUXCY 3IXKIW CHAXlIK t
Mr M I It SmMk who ho keen IJ
charge of the local office of the
ifenUickjr InifpocUon iHirata of the 11
truuioiTa Inanraneo eoiupAtty atv
bo fraternily InrikMac will loot
cwlgbt for OWahoiua flty Oka tE
vMdi 11 he ha keel tranvferrol I
cbnine of a epuelal l agenoy frt
bat tile uf New Mexfoo He 1a
iuoeo dod ton By Mr T 8 dhow of
oulevMIe who arrived today
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Texas Census Returns I
Washington Jutejr 5Tltu coucua i
inrrau today annoan d the IHHIU
atlona were Texas countlea Dolta
HS66 Kranklln 9111 Hood HII I
toe HofikJtM 1S03I Liberty
IOGKOI I
Iocs6July
July Races Called Off
Owing to the swamped condition
if the AVoM Und race track and the
iBrettled weather tbe July racoe
kla year planned fur oatenlny andI
today have been declared off IdlI I I
NnouacenHfnt walt made tide after 4
soon by Mr A S Thompson trUllI I
hirer of the Paduoah Kalr tllmlkI I
tonWarier I
Warier Tolbert of Pontlaa mI I
w aa on hand yoetorday afternoon andI I
will return homo unloae the a ooluI I
loa decide to hold races later onI I
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lane Fourth
Metropolis
Kallant had quarreled nud the latter
advanced on tho couple Informing
Pippin of bin Intention to slay him
Tho fellow theu tired twice und
escaped
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IOIXT MKKTIMJ OK TIIH
MIJXS iunii CLASS
The Mutts Bible otnw of th nroad
way Methodist church x Vi 1 moot
oCII
IIIh Jlnrt Prwbylorlan church at the
regular k soii hour U30 oclock
Xiirtliirn Couple Vetl lleiv
Charles Hnrstmunn n farmer of
MUSHUC county 111 nnd Mls Annlu II
Uloko Duohlor of Michigan voro I
innrrlid yititenlay aftbrnoon ut tho I
court house by tho Ilev M K I thoI I
IHI tor of tin First Uoptint church
The touplf auto to Pudufah for a L I
< l < ilct WClldIIlSI I
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SCHOOLS MAY SUE
CITY TO SETTLE
MOOTED QUESTION
Mayor Smith Suggests Thai
Trustees Take it Before
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Judge Reed
Share of Taxes is Involved
in Issue
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t 1
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fillIiitrtIi COUXGIIj JlillTiNfl I
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At thu regular meeting of tin
school board tonight bids will boI I
iponod for the coil l contract lorj j
text yaar and u report made on the
loMlblllty of stonm apparatus for
ltJulh aide schools
City Solicitor James Campbell 1
Jr handed an opinion to Mayor I
Smith that tho city Is not liable 10I I
tbll schools for any amount in cxctx I
if tlio actual amount apportioned toI I
the schools though more than that
nay be collected under the levy ot
lit coufi for school purposes lie
ouiid that some years figuring ou I
Mn basis the city overpaid tin
schools and In oilier years It under I
mid them He suggested that when I
inantlclpatod revenue is received by
lho city to which tho schools are I
morally entitled tho general coun I
ell should amend the apportionment I
irdlnanre during the year Mayor 1
iniltb suggested to tho school true I
eea Hint they prosccuto n friendly I
wit against tho city before Judge
teeth In order to settle the question I
IIrhe II i
The general council will meet to
tight at 730 oclock at the ellyI I
tall In adjourned sosvlon from last
light Both boards mot last night
but owlug to It being u holiday tho
looting wns declared oft until to
Light
IghtMuch
Much Important buslnote will
onto before tbo two boards tpHlght
nnludltiR the wmldummf MHiul
Iconse Saloons Holding licensee
IrlJ allowed to remain open ujitl
arlor tbo council parse upon thou
ppllentlona fur renowals Tho pa
1100 havo boon watching all of the
ulooni slneo tho first of July to sec
hat those who aro going out of
iiislupM do not rumain open
Tho ordinance suggested by for
IIIlIr Hoflltb onicor Dr II P Sights
ditch will require all servants to
Main health permits before being
uiployod will bo lutroducod tonight
1l l Is rumored that the ordinance will
uot go through
throughoes
Goes to HcndcrMiii
Mr J O Kaeblur former super
itondunt of tho city light plant
luft for Henderson this morning
Ir Kooblor will superintend large
uilnoM Interests In that city oftho
Jobn II Hodge Tobacco company
In whoso employ ho has been since
routing tbo city plant Tho work
wUJ occupy his limo for several
lnutbeCouuly
County Scliool Hoard Meets
A short tosston of the county
ouuty school board was held Satur
ajr afternoon The awarding of the I
ontraot for the entotlon of tho too
chool near Hagtaml Wall deferred
fred Nelson of Motraiwlls III Imd
tile loweet l bid toots of tho
ounty school buildings will bo
minted The awarding of the con
met for furnishing coal to the coun
tr I school was left open unto tho I
coal dealer
allxt i meeting AH the
hao not flied bids The contract for
iwlrlng the Lone Oak school build
lag was let to C M How The con
rust price Ii i JO The contract for
llie seat for the new county High
chool at Heath will net bl let unto I
Lis next moeUng Several trample
iwka have been submitted by rtjiro
entatlv s of oomiMiiliM
CURTIS RECORD
BROKEN AT PARIS I I
ItliNCIIMICN MAKU 1IUMAIIK
AIILU SPHHII WITH AHUO
lIXHS
Ilholui France July 601IIu
urtlw worlds record for 20 kilo
uolora was nmuiued today in the In
Brnutlouul uvlutlon meeting Mor
111110110 mudo the distance in 13 mill
lies und Lobluuc 15 The former
ecord was 1530 Tbo distance Is
quay lo 1242 miles L bUnc made
too kllomotprs or OL LO cubes In
1 1 1C the worlds flight qualifying
for the J uic9 Gordon Dennett cup I
Starving Woman Shoots Off Top
of Head and Xti Life Persists Annie >
Cannot Central City Ends All
Bucket Brigade Checks Fire
Alter Hard Work Death 01
J C
Prominent y WomanmNo
Game at Hoptown
Central City Ky July 5 Spe
tjrnJ1I1rs Annie Hoag Carr Is 1
dying as tho result of having shot
the top of bur head off Sho Is com
pletoly paralyzed She was starvIng
to death
Xo Gunie Todny
Hopklnivlllo Ky July 5 Spc
clnOThere Is no game today 011
account of rain
j Court At Ileiitiin
Bontdni Ky Jukj r3pecial
Tho Marshall circuit court con
vonad this morning for tho rogula
Bowlou of court A number of pen
trio WON In town today for tho firs
days session and tho oinpanclfeig of
tho juries Circuit Judge WtWan
ed proslded It 10 expected tha
the torm of court will be short
t haul
I Fine nt Iliucl
Hazel Ky July 5rSnecal
FIne work on tho tart of tho buokv
br ado prevented a disastrous llro
early yesterday morning when fin
broke out In the general morchan
dice store of Jonoe Drothcrs Tin <
building Is I located In tho main bust
now block end gained a good star
as the blase slartod early in the
morning but tho volunteer flrcmoi
worked faithfully and only tho lint
floor of the building was damagci
seriously The store was complotol
lierloulr and tho low OB tlio stock Is 1
OgUmatod at 13000 with Insurana
at 2000 Tlio building Is i ownoi
by lion Xlx Tho aauio of the fin
Is unknown but it It i thought thai
t1ta gnawing matches
Mi Louis A llnlcy
Murray Ky July i IiSpecta
Mrs Loulg Haloy 79 years1 old
mother of B II Hn uy n rptnj
hoot hoTttjmanot Murray died at
oclock Into monlng of old ago She
m survived by throe ctiildron The
famik U one of the bust known In
Olloway county
Mr Vint Fractures Ills Arm
Newt hat been received here that
Mr llobttrt Vint who is visiting red
tlve lu California wns 1n an nee
dent last week and fractured his
right arm and knee It Is tho sec
oad time this year that Mr Vint bas
fractured his arm lie was alight
ing from a street car when tho ac
cadent liappenod
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
ELECTION IS AUGUST 6 I
County school trustee wJM bo
elected August tf t1i rwlII bo
about 2 vacancies Term of three
itlvWon chairmen who are mom
bore of tho county school board will
expire They aro Trustee R K
jholion Trustee II Anderson and
Trustee Morton Adcock
HYDE SENTENCED
SMILES AT JUDGE
KMYKK OK COIi THOMAS SWOP1
AWAITS IlKSUliT OK AlPKAIj
IN JII
Kunms City July GDr U
larko Hyde conrtctod slayinl of
Col Thomas Swope Ibo mllMonalrc
today was lentuucad to the etoto
renitentiary for life by Judge Lat
haw Hydo filed a notice ut op
real to tire supremo court Bail
was rofuwsd
Hyde iullod throughout tho pro
ceeding JIll wife 011118111 The
proceeding wero short to prevent
her breaking down Asked If he
had anything to say Hyde replied
Nothing Ho wue smWIiig as the
puntiuo wan pawed Ho bowed hue
hood and resumed bitpant
Dr Hytlo will remain In the coun
ty jail pending action of the su
premo court ou lib appeal lie was
convicted of ndinhiWorliiK cyanide
uf potoeehim to Colonel Swopo his
tvlfoa uncle
Chicago Market
July Hteh Low Close
Wheat 10 Hi 91 i 10194
lCorn BBi 60 Cl t
II0ntli 3J18 38d 30 f
Pruv2280 2232 22 3G
Lara 1202 1207 134Q
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NUW I piaxcuss a
London July Glrlnco An s
tomb Albert Uadzlwlll of Po a
land was married today to
Miss Dorothy Deacon daughter i
S of the Into Edward Parker I
Deacon of Boston In 81 Marys t
church Tho ceremony was prl t
vale owing to tho curiosity t
caused by time postponement t
last week Despllo the expla t
nation that tho wedding was t
postponed because tho princes u
grandmother objected to his u
marriage to a woman without c
n tlllo it is generally believed a
tho princes family was hold
Ing out for a more liberal set a I
S tlement on the bridegroom s I
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LUCY BURNETT
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IntrquTlm I
ntrquTlm OP nit AND MIIS c
J BUltxlirrt t
IliH nt Her Xcw Homo In Tsls Cit r
IrMinliiLiit Fanner
JKnd
Lucy Clara Uurnott the 18month
old daughter of Dr and Mrs C P
luriiott of 220 North Seventh I
trout died at midnight Saturday of
mipyoma She was sick only a I
short time The little child was born j
In Tenneatee and had lived hero icv
oral months since Dr Barnett located
hero The funeral was held yostur
day and tho body taken to Shelby
lllo Ky for burial
T J Saxton
T J Saxton 52 > oars old a prom
uoiit citizen of Roldland died yea
ordny afternoon nt 110 oclock af
I ter n lpng > jlneo a4 drops lie wag J
II wjIlrc lWCted man of the county
lie was a member of tho Molbcr ill
tllt church and a member of tho Mel
her lodge of Odd Follows Besides I
ill wlfo he Is survived by two daugh I I
era Mlasos Annie and Halllo Saxon 1
Pho funeral the llov T II Tons
ifflolatlng took ulaco this afternoon
Tlic burial was In the Allcock wine
oiar
T II Farmer
T D Farmer 14 years old died I
Sunday morning at 5 oclock at Ulvoi
de hospital actor an illness with
ocked bowuls Ho resided at Led
boiler in Livingston county and was
wrought to Paduoah last week and an
ipqratipn jwrfonucd In an effort to
aye hia life Ho was a grandson ot
W M Farmer Tho body was ship
ted to Livingston county yesterday
and the funeral and burial took place
his afternoon at tho HoberUran com
i lory
torIflghteen
Klchtccn Arrests on Fourth
Although tho Fourth passed with
WIlliIout I
out the report of a firecracker or
I Innt cracker being heard It was a
busy day for the police department
I Thoro wero 18 arrests 10 whlto und
18 I colored Ono surrendered on a
hargo of murder There were four
trunks three drunk and disorderly
six for disturbing tho poaco and four
for violating city ordinances
Judge Nunn in Paducah
Judge T J Nunn of tho appellate
ourt was in tho city today on bust
icss The appellate court has ad
ourncd for tho summer and all of
tho judges arc preparing for their
ucatlons Judge Nunn with his
laughter will leave In n short time
ror tho west
LIGHTNING PLAYSI I
WITH YARD CREW
TUNS SWITCHMAN AT WOUK
WITH lUCAKi dill SHOCKS
KXGIXKKIt
pluyedheculiur
Lightning plu > Td peculiar prank
estorday when It struck a track In
tho north yard of the Hllnol Con
trul railroad Switchman 0 L Hub
iird was standing on top ot u boil
ar tightening a broke when tho
ulco truvblqil rip the Iron and
tunned him Ho was not Injured I
ind was nblu to resume working I
1 linglnoor Lloyd was ut the throttled
or time switch onglno and received a
Ight shock Several inctuberi of tho
twitching JisUnctly crow felt the taint shock
Y
BALLINGER WONT
RESIGN CABINET
POSITION TODAY
r
Informs Newspapermen That
lie Has No Intent2onpf f
ofQuitting
Visits President on Official S
Business
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IXSUHGKXTS AT OYSTER BAT
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JJovcrly Mass July 51
novor been a quitter I didnt bring
any resignations with mo I dont
expect to leave at once i
This wag the rofcly of Secretary
of tho Interior UaHIngcr to the
question whether ho hadnt come to
the summer capital to resign his
place as a member of the Taft cabi
net Ho declarwd he was here tu t talk
over with the preetdunt a reiprgan
Izatton plan for tho kind office and
lo reclamation service as the result
of now legislation
Ualllnger was In conference with
President Tail this afternoon Al
though tho meeting was announced
ue being a conference over the Issu
ance pf reclamation bonds It is un
derstood on good authority that
Ibo fate of F H Newell director
of tho reclamation service is to be
determined
NowaU and Dalllnger are on the
outs
outsThe
The secretary arrived early and
put In tbo morning sightseeing
round Devrly Ho went to the
roll cottage about noon and had
luncheon with limo president and
were In conference during the great
or part of the afternoon
An open breach hat existed bo
twottn Ualllngof and Nuwehi since
the former assumed office Before
tongrosslonal InvestlgaUng tom
mlttoe Hallinger stated that he
illdnt believe Newell was the span
or time place Lottcra admitted In
ovljlpneo tended to wow Jo tftad
offerea t lid Job fo another man
With the now army board H t Is be
llovod NowoHs service can bo dla
paused with without a disruption
service Tho Bureau has been de
moralized como time over the < feo1
Ing that there Is to bo a general
hake up
1reeldont Taft played golf at
Myopia this morning Mr < Taft
and daughter Helen were la
BovorlriPoindexter
IIolmlcxtcr at Oyster Day
1Osler Day N Y July 5
ntiprofentattvo Polndextcr of Wash
ingtoDv one of the most radical In
aurgonts In congress today Is the
guest of Roosevelt at Sagamoro
HHI with tho indication that he
would have Interesting things to say
at tho conclusion of his visit To
time newspapermen PoIndexter de
clared ho would have nothing to say
until his return Then be hoped to
have some good nowa for them To
asp te the climax of a CrIes of yll
grinragos to Oyster Day by Insur
gitits
gititsIloomvoU already bas receive
Senators LaFolIottc and Brlstow
and Congrewmon Murdock and
Madison All camE away with pro
dictions that iftoosovolt would sup
port the progressive movement In
ttrgcntf boUovc Polntoxtcra visit
Kilt strengthen tho cause I
lfumo 11tdding
A Pretty Homo Wedding
A pretty homo wedding took piece
last night at 9 oclock when Miss
UIHo felts an1 Mr John Beckelhr
nier were married at the home of
avenuef
The ceremony was pronounced by the
Ilev M E Dodd pastor of the First
Baptist church Miss Nannie Mills
was the maid of honor and Mr Vic
tor I 1 Knowlos the botttman The
bride looked charming In a wedding
Sown of while organdy mado empire
and carried a yhower of brides rotes
She IB the daughter of Mrs J II
BlackweH and a popular young wo
man Mr Beckelbymor In a potter
at the Paduoah Pottery company and
a young man highly esteemed They
will raids on Bernholiu avenue
The housq was prettily decorated
for the wording with red and white
carnations
carnationsC 1 JIf
O W B M Meeting
The Christian Womans Board of
Mladons of tbo First Christian
uhtircb will meet tomorrow after
noon att 1 oclook at the homo of Mrs
A B Sowoll 1S26 Broadway The
subject will be the Call of tho West
ern States Tho following papers
illwllt IH discussed Farmers of the
Pacific Coast Mr W A FHo
PowrUiilltlt of its Wool Dr Do
lu Oldwoll Problems of tho
Yst Mrs Han McFaddtn AHwo
men of the First ChUjtlaa churcti
jmn invited tc attcnJ jmiJbitM

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