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VOJJ XXVIII NO t17 PADUCAH KY l 1HIDAY EVENING SEIrlE1iBEU 21910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
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REPUBLICANS OF
FIRST DISTRICT AT
PALMER HOUSE
Committee is Called to Coo
eider Nomination For
Congressman
Luge Representation 01
Counties Present
FIHKT APPILUTI DISTRICT
Republicans of the Ftnt congrcs
iloiml district will not nominate n
candidate for congress this fall in
b > poltlon to tithe Jamos This was
decided thlti afternoon at a meeting I
of iie committee which met at the
Palmer Haute It waif the concon
iiis of opinion not to nominate a
candidate for congress but to act
with the remaining five counties In
the appellate district and nominate
a candidate for the appullato court
ComWeralAj dlecuMlott preceded
the taking of the vote Tlio majority
favored the plan of not nominating
s candidate thb fall anti Mr llurey
maJe the motion thai a candidate Its I
not nominated Mr ULackburn of
feud n pubitltule motion that the
quMtlon of uflinlnatlng n candidate
t < KMKin Hl until thu meeting of
Hie appellate committee The sub
Mttit motion was Ion by a vote of
Jo 1 to 2 The original motion was
tarrkd by the vote of 10 to 2
Hon J C Speight of Maifleld
preside and J S Taylor was elvcted
permanent ctretary All the oounl
lies were rcittesented oCtedI I
Mile county TboiM present wero
George Hitter Illckmsn A C Car
man Grave county A Downs Cal
loway county Dr O II IJnn Lyon
county Polly Beadlri of Pulton K
n l Iii of McCracken county Thos
Davl of Livingston county 0 A
Cop t of lor hall county Proxies
neon bold tit F M Flitter for Ur y
limb of Caldwell county Walter
Hnfkburn for H 1 llaynes of OrltJ
icbdn county O n Starkii for
John Toake of TrlfiR county J S
Taylor bold the proxy for TnckctC
Tin meeting of tho appoWnto com
mittee will b < > Mid next Tuesday at a
location errrted by the chairman It
In probable that It will be Princeton
although Paducah may be rejected
Tlmmoii < i Infant
The six weekoold baby girl of
Mr and Mrs 11 D Tlmmons of 921
Clark street died this morning at 2
oclock The burial will take place
tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock at
Oak Grove cemetery Tho Her M
K I Dodd will odlclato
Until In I IIP iiinly
Part of the county woe favored
with a heavy rain last night al
though In Paducah tho rain was not
fuffletmt to settle the dust well In
Ibo vicinity of Florence rtntlon the
downpour WM the heavlett but It
dM tK > t cover a Wide area Tho rain
wad worth a fortune to tho farmers
of tho section as allof tho crops
need rain to develop l them properly
Cnptnln Vandyke
Paris Ttnl Sept 2 Captain
William II Vandyke a prominent
Confederate veteran was killed yes
terday by a southbound train No
11 i I of tho Nashville Chattanooga
St Louts railroad from Paducah en
route to Memphis He was struck by
tine engine and was knocked about 10
fret lie was SG years old It Is
l boKeved I that lie started across the
track to tho mall box when ho was
struck by the approaching train
Ijltlo Hope of Recovery
Thi condition of the unknown
man found at Kevll unroiiRctouB was
tcrlous today at iRIversldo hospital
n tut not much hope Is entertained for
hit recovery He was brought to
Pafinrah late yesterday afternoon by
Dr 11 L Bradley and wan placed
In Riverside lupltal 1 Ha wore a
Iwttou of the Knights of Columbus
and the local order had him cared
for Ho has not revived sufficiently
to > Rlve hla ttamo or to account for
hlmficlf
IjiriO Crowd Out
A largo crowd la ot this afternoon
totfloa tho doubleheader between Pa
ducah and Vlnconnea At the end of I
Uio second Inning of tho first came
tho scoro was 1 to 0 In favor of Pa
ducah
ducahNow
Now York Sept 2 Preparatory
to relieving the congestion of greater
Now York bids for new subways with
fortyone miles of trackage were ad
vertised for today The work will
cost 1200 < MM OO >
Denver Sept 2Tide national en
punpment of Spanish war veterans
oeloctod Oklahoma City as tho place
placeof
Brave Engineer Attacks Bandit
BareHanded Wrests Pistol From
Him and Shoots Him Dead on Spot
fosse Searching Mounding
01 Colorado For Remainder
of Band Whose Attempt to
Holdup Train Failed
Colorado Springs Col Sept 2
Tho body of a bandit who was slain
by Knglneer Frank Stewart when
three train robbers attempted to
hold up a Colorado Midland train
No3 near Divide at midnight was
taken to Loadvlllo today Posses
are now searching the surrounding
country In an effort to capture tho
two other members of the gang In
the conlllct Stewart was shot In the
leg and his condition Is serious
from loss of blood
The train was flaggbd by one of
tho bandlte who pointed to a big
boulder on the track Indicating tho
possibility of danger As the train
came to a standstill the other rob
hers boarded tho train One climbed
over the tender and covered Stewart
and Fireman llaohman They wero 1
compelled to march back to tho ex
press car which conveyed a consign
ment of several thousand dollars
and Stewart was ordered to call on
the messenger to open the door As
he compiled Stewart gamely throw
himself at the gang He struck one
of the bandits down and wrested Ills
revolver from him and shot tho
man killing him Instantly The
others then lied
liedI I
Stewart downed one bandit when 1
Fireman Dachman dodged under tho
car as If to escape attracting tho at
tendon of all three Despite his
wound Stewart was carried to bin1 n I
cab and ran his train four miles I
bringing It here
startled 1 at Eleven
Pne IA Sept 2Ruth Hard
Ing of Bogalusa La Is I one of the
youngest brides on record Brio Is
It tIIr old It Is stalcd and was
married hero to William Ilrcland
aged 19 years
yearsletne Oiik Mason
Degree work was put on At a
meeting of the Lone Oak lodgu of
Masons last night In lane Oak SOY I
era candidates received the degrees I
A number of Paducah Masons wereI I
guests and ntMluted In the work Fol
lowing tho work a banquet was en I
joyed by the Masons 1
1
RUNS Ion OIWICK ON ONK VOTK I
4
Grove Jolinmuii Nainrtl 1 for California
AkKcmhly by Ime IrohlblllonUt I I
I
Sacramento Cal l Sept 2ooml I
ated by a single member of the
irohlbltlon party Qrovo L Johnson I
former congressman and father of
Ilram Johnson Itepubllcan nominee
for the governorship of California Is
10 run for the office of state aMOin
ilyman He sought the Hepubllcan I
omlnatloD for the assembly but
s defeated by diaries A Bllstf
COTTON AVERAGE
IS APPROXIMATED
I
II I
i
30VEUNMKNT MAUKH UEIOUT
ON CONDITION OF onOII I
IXH AUGUST NI I
I
Washington Sept 2Tho agri
cultural department today an
nounced that tho average condition
of cotton on August 2C was 721
per cent of nbrmal as against 7G5 I
per cent July 2f this year and 761
August 2C 1908
e
CALL ON HANKS
Washington Sept 2 Tho
comptroller of currency today
Issued a call for tho condition
of national banks at tho close
of business September 1st <
S e e
PUNKIN JONES IS
INVITED TO JOIN
PlTCIIKItH AUK WORKING IN
FIELDS AS TIIKIti AUK ONLY
TEN MEN
Two games with Vlncenneg ore on
the program of the Indian this af
ternoon at League park The first
game waif called at 2 oclock with
Guy Woodring on the nab for Padu
cah and oppowd by Howe of the
Alice Jesse Owln will work for tho
warriors In the eecoud game wife
Block behind the bat In both games
Carl Johnson was selected by Man 1
agar Nairn for the second game with
Glenn doing the back stop work
With tho deaertatlon of Anger I
mcler and the release given Pat Run I
yan the number of Indiana has
Ian
dwindled down to ten men This I
will make It necessary to use twoI I
pitchers In the outfield Rube
Floyd who pulled off some 1I0nsaI I
tlpnal catches In the field will work I
In left field today Manager Dave
Anderson today wired to Erne Jones 1
known to fans as PunWnf Joncr
to Join the Paducah team tomorrow I
Jones until Ibis week was the regu
tar outfielder with VInconnos ndJ
J
Was a good hitter but was given bllI I
release Manager Anderson is after
a third baseman for the remainder I
of tho season as Dummy Payne t
manta to take his regular turn In the
oxIAngormeler
lAngermeler will + bo black > > llsted
and prevented from playing league
ball according to the local directors
for Jumping his contract In ex
plaining their side one director mid
We agreed to leave It to President
Ooftnoll about paying An ermeler I
his salary for tho four dtlA When
the facts were stated President Ooe
nell 1 sided with us that we did not
owe the money
Qvcrton will Ito In unlfom this
afternoon but wilt not > be able to
play before Saturday or Sunday To
help out It Is vrobavle that Bobby
Mercer wlH < bo umd In the outfield
outfieldI
1slevntor llnec
Grain Elevator I Coniis
HawesvlJlc Ky Sept 2 Special
The annex to tho Hawcsvllle grain
elevator coUaptvd this morning The
low was 3000
3000r
AMEHICAN WOMAN IS IVJUHKJH
HIIII lYnnclsrnn Slnirk hy Auto
Willie LravliiR Munich Theater
Munich Bavaria Sopt 2Alwine
Goodrich was killed and ilm
Aurellua I X Buckingham of San
PranclMo was severely but not ser
10ull1 Injured In an automobile ac
accident
Prlnr Regenten Uieator last night
Tho driver lost control of the car
and It plunged Into the crowd on the
ICurtis
Curtis Against Wright
Boston Sept 2OIenn OurUa
probably will he pitted against
Wilbur Wright Jn the harbor of Boa
ton aviation meet opening here tomorrow
morrow Twontyhtwo aviators have
entered
Special Grand Jury
For TZrofane Boodlers
Chicago Sept 2 Georgo Blots
a motormnn was Indicted for per
jury today by tho grand jury In
vestlgatlnc perjury charges Jn con
with
nection with tho Browne trial It Is
said two Indictments have been
drawn against John Doe known as
Lavln who nppronchcd R J Molxirn
one of lie Browne jurors It Is an
pounced tho Jury will not hoar fur
her perjury cases but will devote Itu
THE WEATHER
The predictions nnd tempera
ture for the past twentyfour
hours will ho fuifiid at the top
of the seventh iwlumn on page
estr
I W r
time to Jury tampering Tho venIre
mono drawn for the Browne jury
were summoned by the grand Jury
jurlodll
today
Customhouse Lights
For tho llrst tlmo since their In
stallation the new custom house
steps lights woro turned on last
night and burned until 11 oclock
This custom will bo practiced every
night They are an ornament to the
building and Broadway It was
through tho efforts of Postmaster
Frank M Fisher that this Improve
mont was secured The paving of
the property to the building also
gives a more Impressive appearance
to the custom house
LABOR DAY PLANS
ARE COMPLETED
MARSHAL CHOSEN
John C Revis of Carpenters
Union Will Lead The
Parade
No Goddess 01 Labor in the
Line
CANDIDATES WHfc AM HIDE
Final details for the celebration
of Labor Day were completed I lust
night by the committee having the
arrangements In charge Now all 1 Is
ready tor the celebration from the
big parade to the celebration at Wnl
laco park A promise has boon ex
acted from tho weather mane that
Monday will be a clear day
Thin year there will be qo Goddess
of labor I In the parade illss Lur
line Wllker on who was elected feet
year as the candidate of the Typo
graphical union has removed to
Texas with her parents and will l > e
unable to participate this year A
letter was received from her express
Ing regrets that she would be unable
to roach Paducah for the Tabor Day
innule As a solution the com
mittee decided not to appoint a sub
stitute Goddess of Labor Tho two
candidates will be In the parade
Miss Cora Lungston the candidate
of the house carpenters will be In a
carnage with four girls while Mlra
Nell Kolthley the candidate of the
Bhlpcannentcre will be seated In so
other carriage with four girls
John C Itevla of the house car
penters union was elected nrarehal
of the parade lost night Ho twill
appoint a corps of assistants to eee
that the parade moves promptlyi
The parade vlll form at Fourth
and Kentucky avenge and will move
east to First street north to Broad
way and west to Ninth street North
on Slab street to Jefferson sand east
on Jefferson 6tretVo Fourth tr t
here the parade will disband and
the union mon and their friends will
go to Wallace park to upend the re
mainder of I tho day The fire depart
moot and toe police force will ho In
the parade and all of the local
unions
Till TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT
CANNOT DK llKOUGflT IIEKE
On account of Interfering dates
It will be Impossible to transfer the
tuberculosis exhibition from Louis
ville to this city City Health Officer
S Z Holland has been making an
effort to have It transferred as It
would mean a great deal to this city
Dr Holland received a letter from
the United States Bureau of Animal
Industry saying that the display re
frigerator would be sent to Louis
ville where It will be exhibited dur I
ing the fair II I I
JOHN D ON CONSKKVATIOV I
Will Speak lliforo tho Congress at I
St Paul
St Paul Minn Sept 2James J
Hill today made a suggestion that
caused President B N Baker of the
jvcond national conservation con
gross to extend an invitation to John
D Rockefeller to be one of the speak
ers at tho St Paul meeting next week
Mr Hill said the conservaon of cap
ital Is as Important as any other
phase of the subject and that there
must bo a letup to the enormous
buslnewi activity of today
ARCADIA SCHOOL WILL
COMMENCE SEPT 12
The Arcadia graded ischool wtJl
begin September V2 In the district
of tho graded school there are 260
children eligible to attend the
school It Is erpocted that at least
175 will bo < enrobed on tho opening
day and that the attendance wiLl In
crease Prof W A MldJJeton will
teach the school Tho result of the
graded county schools will Ibe
watched with much Interest as soy
oral vldnltles In the county may try
graded school next year
FOLLOWING ITS
USUAL CUSTOM
THERE WILL BE NO
ISSUE OF THE SUN
LABOR DAY
Missourians Yell For Bryan When
Roosevelt Declines to Leave His
Bed at Their Demands for Speed
Dbiliver tells Him at Omaha
LaFollette Will tarry Wis
censin Is Guest of Neb
raska City Club
Omaha Sept 2Colonel Roose
velt arrived here at 7 oclock this
morning and Is the guest of the
Omaha club For the first time on
his trip the colonel refused to leave
his bed and address a crowd at St
Joseph Mo when the train reached
there at midnight Eight hundred
disappointed people surrounded the
car side and shouted How about
Bryan to show thefr dlsVattsfac
tlonSenator
Senator Dolliver of Iowa joined J
Burkett of Nebraska Victor Rose
i water and Governor Shallenbergei
In welcoming Roosevelt Dolllver Is
returning from Wisconsin He told
the colonel Senator La Follette Is
certain of reelection
Mr Roosevelt said
In traveling In Europe jart spring
one thing which especially struck
me was the fact that the twp teaLS
which made the deepest Impression
abroad were the cruise of the battle
fleet around the world and the dig
ging of the Panama canal
These were the two feats to be
credited to the American people dur
ing the vast decade which had moat
profoundly and favorably affected
foreign judgment of America during
that time
Such judgment depends not In I
the least upon what people say they I
can do but on what they actually do I
upon their willingness to meet re
sponsibilities and the success of
their efforts to meet them
Now there Is no use of a nation
claiming to be a great nation unless
It ID prepared to play a great part
A nation such as ours cannot possi
bly play a great part In International
affairs cannot expect to be treated
as a weight In either the Atlantic or
tho Pacific or to have its voice as ib
the Monroe doctrine or the manage
meat of tho Panama canal heeded
unless It basil strong and thoroughly
efficient navy Within the last de
cade the American navy has been
about trebled In strength and much
more than trebled In efficiency due
to Its extraordinary progress In
m rk man hlp and maneuvering
Continued on Page Three
Cholera Rampant In Italy I
Bart Italy Sept 2During the
last 24 hours there have been 14
new cases of cholera and 15 deaths
from the disease In the plague dis
trict
County Court Clerks
The program committee of the
Centucky County Court Clerks as
Delation will meet In Paducah burr
day and will be the guests of Col
Gus G Singleton Tho committee
will meet for the purpose of arratig
lug the program for the clerks who
vlll hold their first annual meeting
In Paducah during the fall fair
COAL PRICES ARE
GOING SKYWARD
TillS IS THE PROSPECT IN LOUIS
VILLE AND MEMPHIS NOT
HERE
Memphis and Louisville expect a
coal famine with higher price but
Paducah dealers Informed a reporter
For The Evening Sun that no increase
Is anticipated hero
A comparative small supply of
coal Is on hand shortage staring I
them In the face two of the most
Important coal fields tied up by
Strikes and the output of the greater
part of tho Alabama mlneo being ship
pod off < to tho coast cause Memphis
dealer to gee the serious side of the
situation
There Is a tieup In the yards of
tho Louisville and Nashville railroad
at Guthrie Ky where It IB claimed
that tho congestion of coal train
has become so great that serious In
convenience from this feature alone
will result
Tho Louisville and Nashville rail
road handles fully 75 per cent of the
coal Into Memphis
Another menace Js the fact that
the strike In tho Illinois fields has
driven St Louis Chicago and other
big cities to look elsewhere for their
supply The Kentucky fields are tho
nearest to those cities and the min
ing companies are being flooded with
orders from Chicago and > St Louis
alone
t
IN ILLINOIS
I I
Springfield Ill Sept 2
I The auditor today Issued a call I
for the condition of state banks 4
at the opening of business
September 2nd 4
e e e
I
I BATTERED FACE
WITH A HAMMER
M
IS CHAUGK MANSFIELD MAKE S
AGAINST ISKMAN CASE
CONTINUED
Battered over the head with a
hammer Lee Mansfield Is at River
side hospital suffering with wound
alleged to have been made by Tony
Iseman a wagon yard proprietor
I so man is out on bond on the charge
of malicious assault while Mansfield
Is charged with breach of peace The
trouble occurred yesterday afternoon
at Isemans wagon yard Second and
Washington etrcets
Mansfield worked at the stable and
rsoman claims that Mansfield cursed
him He struck Mansfield with his
flat and thought It was all over until
he says Manfield attacked him with
a board Iseman bee scratches and
bruises on his body He seized aham
mer and battered Mansfield over the
head Mansfields injuries are not
considered serious
The trial of the case was con
tinued la police court this morning
until September C
Johnson Gives Sister 1000
Chicago Sept 2Lucy Johnson
sister of Jack Johnson world
champion pugilist was married a1
the honie of her brother here ti
Otto Bowlden of Oklahoma City
Okla a professional ball player ol
the Oklahoma City club
It was announced that Jack John
sons contribution to the wedding
celebration was in the shape of a
check to his slater for 3000
MENDOSA IS AGIN
OUR GOVERNMENT
DEPOSED PRESIDENT OP PANA
MA WILL TALK AT
MEXICO
Mexico City Sept 1ActJng
President Mendosa of Panama bo
as forced from the race for re
election by Washington Is coming
to the Mexico centennial to air his
trouble according to a dispatch to
day lie will proclaim that Panama
Is not a free republic but is ruled
from Washington and the United
States will eventually establish a
protectorate over all Central
America
I
THE POPES DELEGATE
Cardinal Yannutclll In Canada to
Attend Eucharistic
Father Point Sept OanIlnal
Vannutolll envoy extraordinary of
Pope Plus B to the Twentyfirst In
ternational Eucharistic congress
which wAU convene in Montreal
September C arrived this afternoon
Cardinal Logue primate of Ireland
and Father Vaughan the English
Jesuit traveled with the papal
legate aa did a delegation of bishops
and priests from France England
Ireland Scotland and Belgium
MRS HOLLAND
HOLLANDYOUNG
YOUNG IS DEAD
YOUNG MATRON SUCCUMBS TO
WII1TK PLAGUi IN THIS
CITY
After n several months lingering
IllnefB Mrs Holland Young died this
morning at her homo 929 Clark
street at 11 oclock with tubercu
losis Mrs Youngs maiden namo
was Miss Bertie Thormond She was
born and reared In this city being
20 year old Mr Holland Young Is
connected with the > Ed Haunnn
plumbing company No funeral ar
rangements have an yet been made
k 1 1 1 VieSr
ILLINOIS MINES
1
MAY OPEN r
UNDERr
I NEW AGREEMENT i
Operators and Men In I Ceifer
ence Looking to Mating
Compromised
>
I
Flllythree Thousand Mem
Are Affected
J
OFFICIALS MAKE STATEMENT
1
2PresidentWalker
Walker of the Illinois miners and
President Morehead of the opera
1 compromise
mise contract probably will be
reached by tonight by which 63000
strikers will return to work next
Wednesday
Ii
Princess Goes Overland
Berlin Sept 2Crown PrIncess 1
I Cecllle while she will not accom I
pany the Crown Prince Frederick
William on the cruiser Qnelscnau
on his trip to tho far east will go >
overland and join the prince in the
least
Prosecution Hastens Death
Dallas Tex Sept 2Davld A
Templeton the Dallas banker who t
died In a hospital at Chicago was
under Indictment by the county
grand Jury charged with accepting f
deposits after the Western Bank and
Trust company of which he waso
vicepresident was In a falling con
dition two years ago a
wns acquitted In the federal court
on practically the same charge art
friends claim the prosecution hast
ened his death
NELSON AFTEU WOLOAST
The Battler Wants Another Show at
I Championship
I
tSan Francisco Sept 2 Battllpr
Nelson in a letter written from Yel
lowstone National Park says lie
wants to fight Ad Wolgast arala tor
the lightweight championship
1 THOUSAND HOMELHSS
Cloakniakcrs Strike la > rew York
the Cause
New York Sept 2oElevn hun
dred cases of eviction were on the
docket In the second district of the
municipal court today Idleness
hunger and misery and sickness
walk the east aide because of the
cloakmakers stroke which persists
despite the Injunctions It 1a esti
mated that 5000 women and chil
dren are homeless because of todays
proceedings alone Thousands oC
other cases are In preparation
DYNAMITE HOME OF LAWYER
Enemy of Former Prosecutor Held
Responsible for Act
Cherokee 1a Sept 2The resi
dence of Guy M Gillette a prom
lent lawyer was partially wrecked
early this morning by a dynamite
bomb which bad been placed under
the front porch Mr and stirs Qll
lette who were asleep In the house
alone were severely shaken ibyi the
explosion but escaped unhurt The
porch was wrecked and the large
plate glass window was blown In
Mr Gillette Is a Justice of the peace
and formerly was county attorney oC r
Cherokee county It Is believed that
It was through an enmity gained
through his office as prosecutorY
that the double assassination wad 1
attempted 1lLOYMENTf f
PUNISH UNE 1lLOYMENTr
1Socialist 1
Socialists Would Assess Fine
Against Owners of Plants
I
I
Copenhagen Sept 2The Inter
national Socialist congress at plen
ary sitting adopted a resolution de
manding the establishment of a sys
tem of universal and compulsory
laws against unemployment the cot t
of which Is to be borne by the own
ers of the means of production
Among other things the resolu
tlon sets forth that the condition of
unemployment was Inseparable from
the present capitalistic mode of pro
ductlon and that as long as capital
ism held way only palliative meaa
urea were possible of success
The session was noisy throughout
The resolution l on unemployment ocs
cupled the entire day and was car
ried despite tho refusal of the
American French and British dele
gates to vote
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Chicago Market
Sept High Low Closet
aunt Mrs C A Torrence Eighth
Corn 591 a91Q 69 1
Oats 31 H 339 33A

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