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5 I PADUCAH One Day I
I 1 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER
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26th SUCCESSFUL YEAR
A Quarter af f aCeaturjIntht Shol BustleS
pynRo9I I 1
BALL EAI NgWNoJvj
Now till Orealut Tented Exhibition In the World
4 SIC SHOWS IN ONE
TWICE DAILY
I 2 and a PM
I 20 Bl3 New Features
100 HORSES 100
190 l Shetland PonIes
Pcd X Elephants
Dont ftcla1I the STREET PARADE
I Metntaeenl AU New I
I AT 10i3O A M A Fortune ExtMIndd
IN PARADE F1SATC11E8 ALONE
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I I FIRST TWIE FOR
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TO ALL THE
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lAKKXTS JtEWKI FOnt CHILDREN
IlQadluRK j of Olfsprln Cause Apil
i Dhorcctl couple to Itcunltc
Washlngtoff Sept 12Recon
clletl through pleadings of their
children after four years of divorced
llfft 4obn 0 Koblnsdn aged CO
yeas of this city and iMrs Viola
Robinson 57 years old of Columbus
Ohjo were remarried here
Malaria Cause Los of Appetite
The Old Standard GROVES TASTE
LESS CHILL TONIC drives out ma i
aria and builds up the system For I
60cP P I
Cairo 111 Sept 12Stntes At
torney Thomas II SherIdan shot and
probably fatally wounded Harry
Thacker Thacker It Is alleged at
tacked the official who acted In self
defense The encounter took placo
WTIenna 111
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A Common Offense
A certain Judge bad a fixed form
ofyexprcsslon when sentencing a
prisoner The case of a man who
heel carried away a ships anchor
with the help of a ilxhorea team
aced a dray was being tried but tbo
j jiiilge could not keep from using his i
regular formula when imposing 1 een
lance This tentcnco ho pronounced
lithe following termsi
rYou have pleaded guilty to the
crime of stealing a ships anchor
then slightly raising his voice but
with perfect solemnity tho crime
of stealing a ships anchor is becom
fag entirely too prevalent I fen
tence you to three years In prison
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When In
DAWSON
Stop at
RICH HOUSE
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Excursion Bulletin
Spring and Summer
Season
v > The flty Dick Fowler aXn
the following reduces rtM to
Cairo and retura
J ingle round trip to CaIN
04 retuna1nT tI1III
I Parties of ave and over 106
legaat orchestra 011 board
fo furnish music ill time
S A Fowler General Agent
Doth Phoncfl Ku 33
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SPECIAL 25c
PIPES FOR
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This Week Only
We give coupons with pur
chases Come and look over
our premiums Over 360 to
select from
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The Smoke louseI
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233 Broadway 11
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SUNDAY GAMES II I
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OF KITTY LEAGUE r I
IXIHAXS GAMK THNFWHmm D I
FliO MLICAVSHOItO
Club Standing as ItnccK for Pennant
JniVS to Its ClsoTils
Month l
iNOT1RRssLEAGUFS I
itKsvirs ix oniKUv LEAGUES
CLuns W L PCT
McLeansboro 30 10 7VO
Harrlsburg 2C 24 010 t
Vlncenncs 26 26 6O 0 1
Hopklnsvlllo o 242G ISU I
ADUCAH 21 27 170 1
Olarksvltlo 17 33340
Yesterdays Result
Paducah 2 McLeaneboro 1
HarrlsburgClarksvllle no game
Hopklnsvllle 2 Vlncennes 9
Snfimtnjtt Itrsiils
Paducah 2 McLeansboro 1
Clarksrllle 10 HarrIsburg 02
Hopklnsvllle 3 Vlncennes 1
Games Today nnil Tomorrow
Paducah At VInconncs
Hopklnsvlllo at Otarksvllle
McLeansboro at Harlreburg
Pndurali Win
Vlncennes Ind Sept t 12 S
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clalScore
Score RIlE
Paducah 2 l 0
MoLeansboro 1 Ii 3
Andersons and Dahes running and
Woodrlnge pitching were features
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At Vlnccniic
Vlncennes InS Sept 12 Spo
clalSundays caino
Score RilE
Vlncennes 9 11
HopklnsvlHo 2 2 G
Batteries > M Johnson and Glenn
Stewart Lyons Guy Johnson and I
Taylor ill l ±
Hooks 0 Denton 4 I J
By a grand rally Ini the ninth In
ning yesterday the B B Hooks de
defeated
feated the strong Denton team yes
terday afternoon at Benton by n
store of G to 4 Both teams had
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played a seesaw game until tho I t
final round and then the Paducah
lads drove home the victory Try
as hard as they might the Marshall I
county lads could not touch Pat I
Runyan in the ninth round and vie
tory went to the visitors J
With the score a tie 4 to 4 tho
hooks walked to bat In tho ninth I
Wagner drew a pass and stole sec
ond Runyan smashed out n long
drive to sight field that was flood
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Ifor two bases and Wagner scored
Harper was next up and walked
Manager Williams drove out a long
single to right field and Runyan
scored cinching the game During
rtho gamo Mercer and Williams se
cured two hits each while Runyan
Wagner and Harper wero accredited
steadyD
bAil all the way Stllley started the
gamo for Denton but had a bad
hand and lasted three innings Ho
was succeeded by Black who pitched
thet
ninth The game was played before
the largest crowd of tho season at
Benton
BcntonScortf
Scorti R II E
Hooks G 7 3
Benton 4 7 3
Tho Hooks lined up Brahlc c
Runyan p Hunnoborgor Ib Mer
cer 2b lIanners 3bCoxBs liar
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0JlcLeanSboro II Sept 12Attel
pounding Gwln for one run and three
hltl trhig wosieent to tho roe
cue and Paducah won the second
0game 2 to 1
Score RUE
Paducah 2 4 0
McLoansboro 1 5 1
Batteries Paducah Owln Wood
ring and Ovorton MoLoanaboro lug
glnb9tbam and Berry
Divide Game
Qiarksvlllo Tenn Sept 12
ClarksvlUo and Harrtsburg divided
two Ramos Saturday GlarksvIIto
won the first 1 toO and thi > Harris
burg team got the second 2 to 0
Jo wt gqmQ
scorf It II E
Clarksville t f 1 3 2
llajrtaburtf 0 4 2
Battorlw ClarktvlNe Harrls and
Burke HarrMtmrg Calbart anti
FishSecond
Second game
Score RUB
Harrkburg 2 3 1
Cterksville v 0 3 2
Batteries liar llhurg Wagner
Oalbert and FteiiTaarksrtHe Priest t
and Barks
Yon Still Wins
HopklMttlll Kyv SGpt 2Llt
tte Yon was In form Saturday and 1
won from Cart Johnson who was
pounded lively
Score RUB
HopkiMvHlo 3 10 1
Vlncennoa 1 4 1
Battorlot HopklMvlIle Yon and
Taylor Vlnconnei Carl Johnson and
Glenn
NATIONAL LEAGUE
CLUBS W L PCT
Chicago 85 39 G84
Pittsburgh 7G 51 598
New York 71 54 5C8
Philadelphia GS Gl G 2G
Cincinnati G4 67 489
Brooklyn 52 75 409
St Louis 51 75 405
Boston 45 8G 344
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CAGES OF
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540 ElEPHANTS
0 I2 ACRES crIENTS
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60 ACROBATS AND THE GREAT LURCH TROUPE
LSO AERIALISTS AND THE ALEXIS FAMILY
60 RIDERSTHE D U T TON S
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DOORG OPEN AT I AND 7 P M
PERFORMANCES BEGIN at 2 and 0 P M
ONE 60c TIOKET ADMITS TO ALL
C3HILDRE5M UNDER 12 SSo
Admission tickets mid numbered reserved seals will be on wilo show T
day at GIUtKHTS DIIUO STOKE comer Fourth and roadway at ex C
SIt IacUy roundlK the lu the
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I Onyx1 > pure auK HOBO for women
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theca greatest
greatost50c 5
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Onyx Pure Silk ties In nn extra
heavy quality reinforced heels and
t6ds regular I5 value On
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woman and children Wonr guar
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Cubs Heat Ilrntt
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gained their lead of 10 games by I
defeating Pittsburgh G to 2 before a
record crowd Cole kept the drives
scattered f <
Score W RilE
9BatteriesCol C 9 > 0
Pittsburgh ij 2 12 3
Batteries Coll and Kllng Cam I
nltz and Glbsonj
Cardinals Ilrni Cincinnati
CincinnatiJ
Cincinnati Sept 12Sb Louis
won a seasaw game from Clnoln
natl Caspar waji batted hard at all 1r 1
stagesL
Score P II E
St Louis 8 1C 1
Cincinnati G 10 2
Batteries Harmon Golden and
Phelps Caspar and McLeanM
HcMilts Saturday
Chicago 4 Pittsburgh G
Brooklyn 77 Philadelphia 21
New York G3 Boston 11
Cincinnati 7 St Louis 14
AMKIUCAX LKAGUK
CLUnS LKAGUKW PCT
Philadelphia 89 40 Oil 0
Now York v75 C4 G83 I
Detroit 77 CO 583 I
Boston 74 C4 073 I
Washington C9 73 447
Cleveland 08 72 446
Chicago 01 78 39 G
St Louis 40 94 298
Cleveland Wins Two
St LoulB Sept 12 Cleveland
took both games Mitchell allowed
but one hit In the first game i
Score R II E
St Louis 0 lIt
lItClevelanll 3 t
Cleveland 3 7 o
DattortoeMattcyand Kllllfcr
W Mitchell and Landc
Second Gallic
Seoro It II E I
St Louis k C 7 6
Cleveland 7 9 2
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BattorlM Lako and Stephens
Koostnor and Land
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Chicago Sept 12A base on
balls a scratch an error and a
0
trlplo gave Detroit two runs in tho t
first inning which proved sufflolont p
towln the game
Score R H E
Detroit 2 7 2II
Chicago 0 2p
Batteries Mullln and Schmidt t a
Olmstcad and Block
Saturdays Hcsults
St Louis G7 Chicago 72 second t
gamo In seventh inning 11
Boston 3r Now York G3t
Philadelphia 3 Washington 2w
Cleveland 3 Detroit 1C
AMK1MCAX ASSOCIATION
CLUBS W L PCT
Minneapolis 99 01 1149 I <
Toledo 82 fi9 033 I
Columbus 81 C9 C07
t Paulx 79 74 517
Kansas City 7174 501 n
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Advance Showing of Fall Suits
Our ReadytoWear section is now ready with elegant assortmentS
of fall Coat Suts Never have shown
sortments we a more com
plete line There are all kinds of materials including the basket
weave heavy serges cheviots and homespun effects The styles
are the bestjust from New Yorks best makers
And we want to say that the prices will surprise you Ve show all
E wool suits lined with guaranteed satin lining as low as 1250 But at
2250 2500 2750 and 3000 we arc particularly strong every gar =
ment of the high class which this store demands We are enthusiastic
over the line and want you to come and choore > while the showingjis =
so complete
Marie Louise Corsets
Hue the fall roodttte In tho Mnrlo
Louise CorteU The fall model
show the stylish ikfrt effect whtoti
will oqnalls the bunt wnlit and I Hip
MHO whether the figure Is slender
ir short Tho graceful hewn arc
thus produced an hown In the fall
faiMon plates when the proper
Mario Loulio model U MtMtod
1 and up to 10
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MUwflukoe 71 82 401
lndlanipolfe 00 91 399
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Columbus 1 110
Indianapolis 3
i SwoiHl Ganu
boiumttui e0
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At Ixnihvllle
LoufcrvMio 0
Toledo 8
f Second lame
LouUvIllo 10
Toledo U
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2lt MlUniukiH I
MMwnko 8
MlnnoapoHs 4
ttllIt Ciniiu
Mllwaukco 1
Minneapolis f G
At Kansas City
Kansas CUty 4 r b 0
St Paul 2
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Kansas qty 1 G
St Ianl1i
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KalunliiyA Kesiiltn
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31G
Columbus 5 Indianapolis 3
Mllwiiukoo 41 Minneapolis 32
News of Theatres
At the Star Theater
Commencing this afternoon
the Star theater offers as Its feature
act the well known team of Emerson
LeClear two of the brightest
comedians that havo ever yet vlAItd l
Paducah They havo a somewhat
rtlfforent rural offering entitled
GCountry Capers Special scenery 18 1
rrred for this net to add atmos
phere and tho went of now mown
hay to tho surroundings
urreundlngsI give Emerson
C LeClear a close race for first placo
originala
and unique acrobatic act that keeps
the audience laughing while they
lterfonn their stunts
hlE
ever popular songs and two reels of
2motion pictures will bo given at each
performance Admission tho came
al always adults 10 cents and chil
dren 0 cents
The Gentry Bros enjoy a reputa
Hon second to no other tent show
manager In America wholly through
the quality of tho performances al
ways to be teen In tholr arenas This
ear they appear In Paducah with an
onUrprlw mane times its former
size with the price of admission ro
doted onehalf Tho street parado
to bo given on tho day of tho perform
anco Thursday September ICth in
said to bf in a class by Itself In itt
novelty and gives one a good Idea I
iof tin enormous rotmurce of Oil t < x
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blbltlonThu
The Chicago Tribune Mid Run
day MIR HedwlR JUloher depart
ed last night for other points bear
lag with her tho not Inconsiderable
burden of Ou tho the a play which
tfhould be but Ls nut a vivid me
dium for nor unquestioned ability
How ver Its chief role emphasize
her right to act and Increases her
rotiponitblllty to the stage of her
adoption Vu have not many star
actresses who are Intelligently seri
g tsMlu Ilarrymoro and Mica An
SlIn are tho only ones buflldoa Mlsa
Rtilehor who scorn to know and she
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tho regular Kentucky season
New York S9IIt 12 Unless 20 <
JOQ V < on B lHt rattwd by Monday to lift
a martfafA Otarn Marrta the weN
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known aeUew sad who to bUild and
f eUa from contlouvd Illnew will bt
ibriMd out of her home in Hlverdale
avenue between MantaUan and Yon
kOn where she bar lived for yotr
Frlojxl are now at work with the
trope the money will be raised and
the actrme will be saved the humilia
tion of moving at a time when It
may endanger the little health she
ltOCpUon Orepewtho now tnlirltf for
valstn or dresses It conies In n
bfinutlful lino of colorings Ifln
49c
per yard 49ci
to
Now Jnoquiml Bilks In nil oolorlngB
1SIllHtlt thu now pastel amlt
49co t
oVuntjig Shades per yard
N6w Sllfes In the faihJqnafil l i plnidA r
and PdrStan l dffcotM in inC1 T
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at fill prltus frfim led IU li
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girod quality lie value oxtm1 10C
lied Inrundi of ipUmllil quality
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Call and get Pictorial Itovtew +
Style Hook Pictorial Review Pat
tern for Hall and Winter are now
ready They show the Slew thing
tint Tho blurb e Store otolualvo
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A company known M the urY
Motile Holding cumyair has bllr
orjwnliod and has r4hl 1 U < rao to
i ward llftlHK tilt mortgag of 830 000t
om tho horn of tie MHe famous art I
rep However uii h tlit lWIiuOIt
I160WI In addition to SGoew < > to
fret the later tare and access
iiMiita for torn JWAIV to Come bo
ratted MlM Merrta 1 WM said to
day may be thrown HIKHJ charity tor
support
UMfortTJionms
TJionms L HeltMr a grant admir
er of the aotrttM but hit Serer IKXII
her off the titegs Iti rfttho head ot
iab niorcmevt to HTO her homo Mr
I Keltnvr mr the property v I worth
soot
DoprnvllyA
A gentlemen who was seated be
hind a negro In a tramway car In
Memphis vouchee for this yarn
All tho seals wore taken when n
neatly dressed young neer H ovl I of
dontly a ladys maid entered thn
car Tho nosro roe with a puUa
bow and offered her his seat
I halo to deprive you sah sho t
said as she took It
Bonn mention It oaks replied
tho swarthy CliMtprflold It nlntr
no depravity TltIllts i
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THE KENTUCKY THEATRF
f IIVIV X f nilfV Mrm
I Evenings 7tO mill 015
Matinees Monday Thursday Saturday
VAUDEVILLE
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Sam HoodI I
Monarch of Merry Minstrels
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The Matthews Trio
Juvenile Musical Act of Merit a
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Two Reels of the Best and
Latest Animated Views
tOe ADM ISS I ON 1 Oc
GALLERY OPEN TO COLORED PEOPLE
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