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NQITW0 t THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2
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Our Fait Display of
MENS I HATS
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u Is Most Complete
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BQVE you will see some of the stylesI I I
which will be popular this season Of
course there are quite a number more These
we shall be pleased to show you if you call
There is a hat here THE RIGHT shape
fpr every man
We feature Kents at 3 Cullers Special
2 Youmans 500
4i5T4lBROADWAY
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OPERATING COST
4OCK ISLAND MAX TELLS COM
MISSIONt
nqUAIf
Half Increase Wns Klfectctl
Altogether i
Sept2F
Chicago Sept 2F 0 Mclcher
econd vicepresident of the Rock
sland system questioned by W F
Icklnson attorney for the road
aid at the Interstate commerce rate
tearing that tho estlmato of wage
es
ncreases to which he testified was
ubstantially i correct From 190G ti o
910 he said the increase was 1
151800 as based on an estimate of
he Increases granted organized la
nor This does not Include such ad
anccs as have been made to the
lerleal force
The Improvements of roadbed
Isle witness declared were demand
e4 by the public and constituted 0 i
iorjous item of expense lie cited 0 i
rgpgrir of the board of railway com
nlsBloners of Iowa that not enough
q ji6ney is set apart by the railroad
or lnprovinB road beds
Replacing old rails with new Mr
f
Melcher declared constituted an
other heavy expense
When the Rock Island replaces
an eighty pound rail with one of a
hundred pounds he said a charge
of 1134 per mile Is put against the
capital account of the road When
that hundred pound rail Is worn outI I
and replaced by a rail of the same
VeIght the charge renewal of 2100
a mile goes Into the operating ac
count
> countTies banast tor tho roadbed and
replacing bridges or rails cost more
than ever before witness stated
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up tile System
Take the Old Standard GROVES
I TASTELESS CHILL TONIC You
I know what you are taking The for
I mula Is plainly printed on every bot
tie showing It Is simply Quinine and
Iron iu a tasteless form and the
most effectual form For grown peo
pie and children SOc
Ifovy ehIkes your wife care any
thing about Jwsebali 7 DowoUSbe
never < lid < until one day she heard
mo coy bat they were going to play
two games for anA ndmI Jon
JudgeGreat
Great Britain produces 1900000
I tons of Bolt a year all Europe lose
than five inillfoa
Toe average of pitchers In the Kitty league who offlclated In over
flue amen are
1 0 W JJSo BJJ H HB Ave
D easley Vlncennos 10 8 2 63 13 50 5 800
loyt OarksviUo 1C 11 A 50 24 SG C 733
Go > ne9 l Vinccnnes 18 11 5 81 46 G3 7 G88
Priest Clarksvllle 14 8 4 4 13 57 8 GG7
Donnas Hopkinsvillo 13 8 6 6i IXl + 7C 7 GIG
iainb rt Clarksvlllo 15 96 65 23 Si 5 GOO
i Johnson Vlhcennes 14 7i 9 165 G 683
Voodrlng HopaPaducah 9 D 4 34 15 Cl 1 i55
larrlfj Pad = CI1ivll1e 12 C G 70 9 81 4 CiOO
Bailey VlnClarksvlllo 13 G 7 5G 32 88 8 4Gl
Iwlnn Paducah 1C 7 9 71 1Sxl 3 437
Payne Paducali t G 2 3 11 4 21 2 400
FloYd Paducah 8 3 5 41 1C vG 4 375
ockhart Paducah G 1 3 12 8 33 2 2i0
Yen Hopklnsville 12 3 9 G3 10 CD 5 2i0 I
JicMonlgle iiopklnsvlUe 7 1 G 2t 8 41 4 1t3I I
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DOUBLE HEADER
< FOR LADIES DAY
TEItFiyItED
RA1V INTEIIPKIIEU WITH AT
TKNDANUK VKKTEIIDAV
AiiKcrniplor Angered Because of the
Action of Director In With
lioldlnjr Itty
SCORES IN ALL Till LEAGUES
CLUBS W L PCT
McLennsboro 30 10 750
PADUCAII i0 10 laa
Hopklnsville 19 21 475
Harrisburg 119 21 475
VIncennes 17 22 436
Clarkavlllo 12 28 300
Yesterdays Rosm
Paducah Vlncennee rain
McLeansboro 2 Clnrksvlllo
Hopkinsvillo 9 Hnrrlsburg 1
ininca Today and Tomorrow
Vlncennos at Paducah
Clarkavlllo at McLeansboro
Harrisburg at Hopkinsvllle
Game Sunday mid Labor Day
HopklnBVIIle at Paducah
Harrlaburg at AlcLcansboro
Clarksvlllo at Vlncennea
RaIn that placed tho diamond in I
excellent shapo prevented a crowd I
reaching the ball park yesterday
I
afternoon and tho game between I
tho Indians and Vinccnnes was post
poned The gamo will bo played oft I
this afternoon with a doubleheader
A ffcw fans only were present Man I
ager Anderson called off the game at
330 oclock because ot tho rain
although tho diamond was in good I
shape Groups of fans waited down
town until 3 oclock but thought I
there was no hopo of a game and
remained In tho city A largo crowd I
went out this afternoon to seo the
sport of two games
Luck With McLeansboro
McLeansboro III Sept 2110
Lcansboro took the first game of
the series yesterday from Clarksvlllo
by a score of 2 to 1 The tallenders
were bitter rivals and fought hard
to get tho gnmo Priest was In the
box for tho visitors and pitched
good ball but when tho McLeans
boro batters got after hIm Barley
was sent to his rescue Kraft was
In splendid form and allowed only
three hits
Score IV II E I
McLeansboro 2 5 2
Clarksvlllo i 1 3 21 < I
Batteries McLeansboro Kraft
and Berry Clarksvllle Priest
Bailey and Burke
1
You Was tho Candy
Hopkinsvllle Ky Sept 2Llttle
Blondy Yon was all the candy y801
terday and allowed the Harrlsburg
team but four hits while his team i
mates banged out 11 hits and ran
njno Scores Tho little southpaw J
was In rare form and had tho game
Gamelon
was knocked from the box by tho
Hopkinsvillo lads and Farthing re I
placed him In addition to not hit
ting behind their pitcher the Har I
rllbug players rolled up eIght errors II
Score RILE 1
Hopkinsvllle 9 11 3
Harrlsbufg x 1 4 8
Batteries Hopklnsville Yon and
Ta6VWarrlsburg Wagner Farth > I
Ing and Husk I
HuskAugernieler I
Angerniclcr Leaves
Louis Angermeler star left fielder I
and formerly manager of the In
diana jumped his contract last night
and left early this morning for his
home In Louisville whero ho will
remain for the remainder of tho
season Angcrmoler jumped tho
ttfamHa a result of trouble that hallI I
been brewing for several dayz over I
financial matters The real cause of
his jumping was the refusal of tho
directors to pay him four days sal I I
ary Angermeler claimed that other
players had received their salary
I
while sick or off duty and that hoI
was entitled to the same considera I
tion The directors claim that An
germeler asked for tho tlmo oft him
self and that President Gosnell
sided with them In refusing the
salary
As a result of tho dispute Anger
meler left He was one of tho most
popular members of tho team in
the city and his many friends re
gret to sea him leave right when
the club was winning Angy was a
clever outfielder and led the league J
leaguolin
In fielding and was second of tho
local batters Whllo not a slugger
his ability was In working the pitch
ers and ho usually got on base some
how Ho has received ono tryout
with the Louisville American asso
ciation team and for next season
has a splendid offer from tho San
Antonio team in the Texas league
As manager Angy was handicapped
by a crippled team much of the I
time but he retained his popularity I
with the fans
Beforo he left Angermelr said
Just tell the fans that I like Padu
cab and the people here and I re
gret to leave tho city but I think I
have not been treated fairly When
I resigned as manager they reduced
my salary to the former figures but
that was all right It Is tho refusal
to pay mo for the four days I was
off I was manager of tho team and
I asked repeatedly for my release
but it has been refused I feel like
I can not stay hero and play ball
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imist UCLB oi 1114UC11
IsIecli thevT 0 bowels active The I i
easiest mtisi effective way Is to take 1
Dr EdwardS Ollvo Tab1 tsTh S
little sugar coated tablets arc gentlo
yet firm never harsh painful of
griping
The olive oil In them la soothing
and healing Dr Edwards sont fit
teen years In the preparation of this
remedy for bowel and liver com
plaints I
plaintsIt
It Is the one laxative that does all
that Calonjol docs with none of
Calomels bad after effects
Try Olive Tablet next time you
need a laxative or a liver tonic At
all druggists Id and 25 cents In
vest pocket packages The Olive
Tablet Co J Portsmouth Ohio
and for this reason I am going to
leave So say goodbyo to tho fans
for me
s
Dope
Frank Overtoil may bo aptly term
ed the Candy Kid In > doing tho
backstop work for the Indians little
Overton Is tho real 1 candy whllo ho
still has a stronger otalm to the title
During the winter months when not
playing bail Overton Is a candy mak
er In Louisville
VIncennes has a crippled team
and according to the Vlnconnes man
agement the Indians should not
crow too loud Jf the entire series is
lost hero Most of tho Vlnconnca
pitchers oro to the bad while the
sick and Injured list Is something
that has handicapped the team
Ithat
Umpire OBrien tho latest addi
thou to President Oosnclla staff and
now looking after tho Vlncennes
Ilopklnsvlllo serIes will have little
troublo with tho players In tho Kitty
when It spreads over the circuit
that ho wad at one time a hero In
tho fight line and that ho has fig
ured In more than one ring engage
engagI in
the corner of Glenn Coakley at
Lakewood last night clad In a
sleeveless sweater and displaying a
beautiful pair of muscular arms
more than ono player In tho audi
once said to himself No argument
with that fellow for me It was
thought in Mondays game when
Umps faced the big members of
tho Hopkinsvillo team without ft dls
play of tear that there was some
thing behind hat pugnacious look
of his that appeared like business
and this was proven last night when
OBrien admitted ho had had tho
gloves on more than onceVln
cennes Capital
CapitalWill
Will flay ItooliiRton
The marine ways baseball team
will play thin Rosslngton team at
Ronlngion next Sunday Swltzor
and Pearson will bo tho battery for
the marine dads and an attempt will
ibe made to abut oottbe country
lads
XATIOVAL LEAGUE
CLUBS W L PCT
Chicago 80 37 684
Pittsburgh 1 t CD 47 588
row York C7 48 5S3 <
Cincinnati 01 69 500
Philadelphia 59 59 COO
St Louis48 71 400
Brooklyn v Ct t 72 319
Boston U78 U7
llwls IHiwii Pirates
Cincinnati 0 Sept 2 ClnoJnJ
rratl succeeded In defeating Pitts
burgh by a sconj 6J fl 4 to 1 Bcobo
pitched excoHcnt liallf while Cincin
natl managed to bunch hits on
Cantnltar
Score R H E
PJtlsburgh 1 G 3
Cincinnatir4 7 0
QI
Doobo and Clark Umpires Rlgter
and Emslle
AMERICAN LEAGUE
CLUBS W L PCT
Philadelphia N 82 37 702
Boston 7249697
Now York 1 C9 il 576
Detroit G7 54 555
Washington 1iG 67 455
Cleveland 6i 68 425
Chicago r4G 71 393
St Louis36 82 304
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
CLUBS W L PCT
Minneapolis 92 49 G53
Toledo 71 65 532 t
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We Make a
Leader of Our
r
Dollar
Hair Brush
It is a 150 value hay
ing J3 rows long stiff
bristles and a solid hard
wood back that will stand
any amount of water
soaking and hard usage
JtrllJlst
IIJtrllJlst II
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tiJlilhnt j r
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St Paul 74 C7 525
525ICOlumbps
541e
Milwaukee e C3 75 460
Indianapolis 57 81 413
1 LouvMIo 52 84 382
ColumbusKansas City rain
Loulsrlllo 2 St Paul 0
Indianapolis 2 Milwaukee 1 I
Toledo 23 Minneapolis 32
MINOR LEAGUE
LEAGUEMEN I
OXK HUXDHKD AND FIFTEEN
PliAYEltS TAKEN i
nllonal GriN 07 Men and American
Secures RvnmlnliiK IK About I
1 1M00 < > Deposited
ONE ALLOTMENT IS jfADU i
hunI I
Cincinnati Sept 20no hun
dred and fifteen minor league play
ers were drafted by the two major
leagues when tho National Base
Ball commission met hero Tho
National league secured 67 while I
tho American league got 48 J
Tho Brooklyn National league I
club secured 15 players Chicago
Nationals camo fourth with 11
players whllo tho Chicago ArnerlI I
cans secured 10 About 125000
was deposited to cover dractlI I
Some of tho players drafted and
secured by tho major league clubs
are
National League I
By Pittsburgh from Appleton
GardinerBy JpplctonI I
By Brooklyn from Appleton Bur
miller
By Chicago from Fond du lnc
Korwan l from Burlington Wolvor
ton
American League
By Chicago from Madison Wla
Burnham from Green Bay Wls
Chounalrd and Roarer
By Boston from Omaha Itlggort
from Duluth Q Anderson
By Cleveland from Bloomington
NunamakerMajor
Major league drafted players dis
allowed by lot I
National By Chicago from Madi
son purnham from Galcsburg Fang
nlng By Philadelphia from Gales
burg Fanning By Pittsburgh from
Green Bay Choulnnrd By St Loul
from Bloomington Nunamaker By I
Boston from Bloomington Xuna
NUlln1maI
maker
Thu list of players drafted by tho
major league clubs where thoI I
were set aside on account ot players 1
having been previously purchased II
under approved agreements 111Cdl
with tho commission include the I
following
National By Philadelphia from
Waterloo Clark
1
niiXTOX
Nerva Nelson who has been very
low with typhoid foyer near Fair
Dealing Is reported better at this
writing
An Infant child of II B Smith is
very low with typhoid fever this
weekMiss
Miss Lllau Holland of Hollow
Hock Tenn Is visiting friends and
relatives In this county I
Mrs Mary Roberts of Springfield
Mo who has been visiting her
brother M B Cooper returned
homo Wednesday returncdI I
Georgia Clark of Uusscllvlllo In
visiting his cousin ML I B Cooper Of
this place
Elder J M Price of Waco Tex
who is spending a month with the
homo folks preached last Sunday
nyI I
Ready Roofing
Just Received at
SAFOWLER
SAFOWLERSUPPLY
SUPPLYj j I
COSI I
Two thousand rolls of Rubber
Asphalt Stono Coated Pebble
Top and Black Diamond Roof
Ing all complete ready to lay
which Is Offered fer sale at
greatly reduced price All root
Ing guaranteed to bo as repre
sented Call and Inspect our
lock which la the largestt
ever brought to tho city
Telephone S3
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NEW LIFE IN SPECIALTY LINE
Specials at
IDEAL MEAT MARKET
For Saturday September the 3 1910
Oysters = = Oysters = = Oysters
FIRST OF THE SEASON
Baltimore Selected Oysters
Per Quart SO Cents
Rocky Ford Cantaloupes
sweet as honey doz40c
Eastern Head Lettuco per
head ICo
Cauliflower i orhead2Cc
White small Pickling
Onions per gt20o
Malaga Grapes per lblCo
Tokay Grapes per IbICe
California Peaches dox30o
Bartlett Pears per doz30c
Fresh Kosher Sausage and
Meats just arrived
Large Watermelons colder
than leo ran make them
Granulated Sugar 1C lbs
for JIOO
Gold Medal Flour 24 lb
sack 90c
DO you wish your homo wired
for electric lights
DO you wish electrical work
of any kind done
DO you need now chandeliers
or electrical appliances In
your homo
DOES your elevator require a
specialists attention
DO you wish tho best lighting
sorvlco for tho least money
Spanish Onions large 3
for 26c
German Plums per doz0o
Soda packngo 4o
3 bottles of Ollves26o
Kippered Herring 2 cnns25c
Shlnola 2 boxes 15o
Salt 3 bags10o
bags10cWit
pkgs for a26c
French Prunes in 2 lb
cans 40c
Soap 6 bars 25o
Uptons Teas lb 7 Go
Mixed Nuts per lbiCe
Imported Swiss Cheese lb3lo
Canned Peas per dox100
Fancy Asparagus cnn35c
I
Last Grand
EXCURSION
of the Season
Sunday Sept 4
Steamer G W ROBERTSON
TO CAIRO
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50cFARE ROUND TRIP SOc
MUSIC MY 1IILLMAVS lUSH
31 = Hours in Cairo
Fine Danrc Hall Kodn Fountain Drink No Inlotlrniitu AN
lowed Ihuii will make n trill out fit Cairo In tliu nflfrnoon
and tluo rWiliiK inny renal on Mutt We ii > crvo the right
to reject any IKT > OII object if > nnblc
HOT LKAVIS IUILXAH Hil A M Arrive nt Cairo I
P M pent IANIVC llrookjtorl nt 000 A M
J E ROLLINS Master
night at Birmingham to n largo and
appreciative audience
Mint ItudlH ChAmber entertained
her friends Saturday evening with
a birthday party and was tho ro
Iplont of many nice presents
William Wllklns tho blacksmith
18 visiting I relatives In Slkoston Mo
tbs week
Homer Woodanl and wife of
Steele Mo arrived In thin county
last Saturday on n visit to Mr and
Mrs Matthew Fllbvck of near
IrnlahLRTrlhun
Inlllnllvo 11111 PAHKOII
Denver Col Sept 2 The Inl
Native and referendum bill passed
tho upper house of tho Colorado
legislature after previously having
pawed the lower house
Neighbor Is anyone rick over at
your house Johnnie 1
Johnnynad nllln some
Neighbor Iu be very tick
Jphnny Not yet Th doctor only
started f como this mornin Chlca
go Dnfy cwt
n pnn
I ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RIGHT I
v
DO you know that cheap mn
terial and bad workman
ship moans poor lights In
your homo
DO you know wo use tho best
material on tho market in
our electrical installations
DO you know wo pay our
electricians obovd tho union
scale to obtain tho best
One Thing You Know Our Prices Are the Lowest
Then Why Not Try Us
MlTCHELl MACHINE ELECTRICAL CO
Old Phono ia1 or Xew 1liono la J 1U J Ilrondnny
I AT THE KENTUCKY I
OVK SOLID WKHIC
Commencing
Monday AUGUST
29
IrlecsbOe 20o JOe
IIAIIRAIN MATINHH
SATtHDAY
Next Week HlKli Clnsn
Vuiidevlllo
The Original and Fatuous
Frank Dudley Co
Assisted fly
Miss Cora Belle Bonnie
In ft Series of New HlRli ClaN Plays
and Superior Vnndcvlllo Acts
TON 11 1 IT
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
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