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PA4iZIt T THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN a1 MONDAY OCTOBER 10 1
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HIGH SCHOOL
IS EASILY VICTOR t i
DKIIUTS AUJfcMXI I 1 V SCORE OF
ad TO 0
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tit Pudiiruli Players Hula
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HOW TILE TKVMS LIXKl UP
Another step for i perfect record
wall taken by the HIght school foot >
baH team when the machine of Coach
Craig defeated the alumni team by a
score of 20 to 0 The Victory was
easy as the former High school stars
were unable to down the team wo rk
of the students In the first quarter
ered
High school kicked off and gained
the ball and by steady work scored
f when Hughes booted a goal from tbo
twentyyard Mne thoI I
In the second quarter the alumni
braced but were never able to cross 1
the chalked line Mitchell for High
school got the ball on a fake paw
and scored a touchdown and Hughes
kicked goal Drowning later w fie9t
rent across the second tuochdown
Score 14 to o In the third quarter
not a score was made and both
o I
teams fought hard In the final quarI
ter HJh school shoved Ogllvle o1 rrcage I
for a touchdown and with tho goal 1
kicked by Hughes the final score w asIn I
2 > 0 to 0
Tho teams lined liPI I
HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI
Drowning tilloElliot tt
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Bllott o 1t Elliott c
K ng IgWillet t a
Harth CI Englert
Jones rgJone E
I Drowning rt Quest
Mitchell reo Terrell 1St 1 t
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P I Harth qb Campbell 1the 1
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f tv Drowning lb Hays
Osflvlo rh Shelton B
Hughes tb Luttenburg St
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Football RcxiiltN
Chicago 0 Indiana G 8
Northwestern l0lowa 5
Mluols 29 Drake Oc
Michigan 3 Case 3
Minnesota 49 Antes
Purdue 0 Wabarti 3 F
Wisconsin G Lawrence C E
Ohio State 23 Cincinnati 0
Darner U 29 East Illinois Nor
vial 0
Western Reserve 9 Ohio Wes
loan 2
Notro Dame 48 Olivet 6
IV Paul I 45 Lombard 3
Outbid 31 Wooetcr d e
Yale 12 Holy Cross 0 >
Harvard 21 Wlllfams 0 >
Princeton 12 New YeJrk U U l1
Icn45 38 West Virginia 0 tI
West Point 24 TuftS 0 i ni
Syracure 0 Rochester 0 A
Carlltlc 39 Bucknell 0 dl
Navy h Rutgers < h rl
rornfil 0 OberHnv OCI
Dartmouth 18 Colby 0 III
Vanderbilt 23 flora Poly 0 01
It
Kentucky State 11 North CaroIt
lina 0PI
0
Arkansas G3 Hundcrton 4 I
IIIor
The Cincinnati n ds and Cleveland
Americans play a postseason series
for the champlonthlp or Olrlo begin WI
nltiR Tuesday Seven gomes are e1
echeduledab I
eeheduledNtTIONrtL deJa
NATIONAL LKAOUK the
CLUUS W L PCT Pa
C 101 48 077 tn
Ntw Ycrk 91 G9 t2 i Et
G2IErIltt
Tilt burgh 86 67 598Cfl
PhilaiJephla 76 74 COHyo
lifYIOelnclnnaU
Brooklyn C4 88 417 da
St Louis 01 87 412 M Ij
Boston 51 100 337 the
Sll
Reds Win ClosliiK Humla
thC <
d fMted Pittsburgh In the final game ties
of he National League season on thetn
tn
tnJuwe the
porturcly His wlldness alto ac
yo
counted for ieveral runs Wilsons and
anhe
the feature + Ifwe
Score RilE trl <
Tt + burgh 1 7 3 and
Cincinnati 7 9 1
White and Simon Deebe and Hoth
and Clarke Umpires Brcnnan and
Emslle
EtnalleCubs
Cubs Open by AVIniiliiK
Chicago Oct 100Cblcago won
the first game of the cerios from St
Louis In a ninth Inning rally Kane
starred for the new champions get
ting three singles and driving home
the deciding count Colo was wild
giving ten bases on balls but was
lucky In the pluches I
Score RilE
Chlgo 111 2
St Louis 3 4 0
Cole and Necdhnm Steele and
ODaI
Siiturtlays Results
Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 5
Brooklyn 22 New York 10 I
first sumo ten Innings second game
six Innings darkness
Doston 13 Philadelphia 53 tec
and game seven Innings darkness
Cincinnati 5 St Louis C eight
innings darkncas
AMKWCAX LKAC5UK
CLUUS V U ICT
Phaadapba 102 48 GSO
080IXtw
Detrot SG G7 604
sslCOtton 81 72 530
Cleveland 71 81 4C4
Washington GG 85 430
eaChicago 68 85 441
St Louis 47 107 304
Victoryer
erDetroit Oct 10Detrolt won the
theo
cago pounding Chouneau an Indian
calrecruit for four hits and two runs
In the sixth Inning
Score RilE
Detroit 2 7 2
Chicago 1 5 2
Lange Chouneau and Payne Don
ovan and Stanagc Umpires Pcrrlno
and Sheridan
SheridanKlgltt
E1Jght Hits for Lnrry
St Louis Oct 10 Cleveland and
St Louis divided a doubleheader
the locals l winning the first and the
visitor taking the second Lajole
got eight hits In eight times at bat
Eg
Loue 5 13 2
Cleveland 410 1
ebon and Stephens Binning and
Smith
Second game RHE
tIouls w 0 5 3
Cortland sr3 tlQ M j 2
kllllfer Mallcy and OConner
lkenbergand McGuire Umpire
Evans
Saturdays Results
Chicago 4 Detroit 0 >
New York 4C DOlton 15
St Louis 0 Cleveland 2
WashlngtonPhlladclphla rain
Commercial Club MrcthiK Tuisdnjr
Night October 11
The annual meeting of the Padu
cab Commercial club will be held at
the Palmer Hotel Co on Tuesday
night October 11 at 630 p m
Arrangements have been made for a
dinner at that time after which tho
regular election ot directors and om I
acre for the ensuing year will take
place and the transaction of such
other business as may come before
All members are requested to be
presentJAS
JAS C UTTERBACK Prest
iioitsi MKIS PAILUKI
OF WALKING A TKKSTLK
A forrell horse that attempted to
walk the trestle near Luzorno Ky 1
eight miles wert of Central City
about 530 oclock Sunday morning
delajied passenger train No 135 of
Illinois Central railroad due in
Paducah at 9 a m 40 minutes The
train in charge of Conductor Fl > inn
Engineer Mercer and Fireman Mo
IEnglneer
Cann loft Central City at 5 oclock
yesterday morning and when It wan
about to pull out from Luzcrno at
daybreak a boy ran up to Engineer
Mercer and told him a horse was on
trestle a thort di fiance from tho
station The train advanced slowly
when the trestle was ached
e horse was found to have mil >
calculated tho distance between the
and fallen between them Tho
train was brought to a standstill and
train crew with the assistance of
volunteer pasengers secured planks
succeeded in rescuing the animal
after over half an hours derrick
work Tho horse was led off the
treble on the Improvised board walk
l the train proceeded
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By Our Brand New
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RSTIMATKS CHKKKITLLV I 1TJIMSIIKI
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Scrlou Accident to St Johns Man
While Cutting nru hIer
Mounts
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Mr Trcny ifihclpi while cutyng j
shrubbery along a branch on the
farm of Mrs Lena Knglerf had his I
scythe blade caught by vines and by
missing his aim cut his forearm I
badly severing down and Into the I
muscles and blood vessels Dr U t
D Harper was called and closed the I
wound with seven stitches He Is1
resting well and prospects of his 10 t
covery nt once Is nntlclpated
Mr Al Kciiklo of Urookport III
visited his parents nt this place
Mrs Florence Frost Is about re
covered from heart disease of which
she has had qulto a tedious con
valescence
T
A Iliirrlriino
< Tho terrors of the deep re
marked the captain of a transatlantic
liner were perhaps never more
ihrillliiKty sot forth than In tho de
scription by a young lady Who last
year made her first trip abroad She
kopt o diary vary much like that of
Murk Twain when for seven days he
recorded the fact that he got up
watlied and wont to breakfast
There was however one import
ant exception When fIe crossed
the Channel the experience was to
trying that she felt Impelled < to de
toIstay
stay on deck she wrote although
tjto tcnrjicgt Increases to couth a I
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frightful hurricane that It IB only
Will Uio greatest difficulty that I
UrookIJJ
lya I Life
LifeEven
Even the new French readyprint
ed postcards upon which you have
only to tick oft the sentences that lit
your case do not butt the record of i
brevity In a holiday correspondence
established by a Frenchman In the
eighteenth century Voltaire and
1ltou the epigrammatist exchanged
challenges to write tho shortest pos
sible letter So when Voltalro was
starting on n journey ho wrote to 1
Pltou Ko I rue which Is tho com 1
pluto Latin for 111m going to the
v 1
country Pltous answer was jusl
lcolIIlleto Latin for CJo In
business correspondence tho record R
Is divided between Victor Hugo
who anxious to know how hla LesJ J
Mlserables was going wrote to tho
llUbllsherallll tho publisher
who triumphantly replied tLon
don Chronicled
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15e Salterns ftailrcad CllJt mcr3t t
ladies Mattered tfutts I 4 y r t i
1250 fliW 2230 2500 f3S00 i 1
SUITS that are remarkable for the price In style they are excellent In fit come I >
try them on In tailoring every line and thread shows the work of the master I
hand In price they are under that generally asked for such garments Recognized t 1t 1
leaders I in readytowear garments With our showI I I t
1i i I I f 1 I
O1O Cfl Droadcloth Suit coat lined with
50Iiryadclotlt
OlZiUU guaranteed satin Irlnjmcd with
soutache braid a stylish and excellent null
for the price Black brown bra navy
shades 1 I
OHD I 00tym ansvihhe Skinner Chcvfot satin nlcqly Suit lined tall
ored a wonder for tho price Navy green
black concord shades
000 50Thl suit wo consider for prlco
If 2 4M lhH teal garment for quality and
style ever shown by us Made df IJyirtans
vllli > Cheviot lined with self cnlor Skinner
Satin A bnaiitlful suit strictly mantalltircd
Navy black and green
COR 00The range of stylus and qualities tt
UiUU ht this I
1 shown t price U r beyond
209dlttrent
different suits to select front The n 209I
models and cloths individual ntytei nnd perf
perfelt f
OQD On The most atlrnrtlvo models shown
ipiUiUU being In time new imported cloths
copies of the foreign designs In style They t y
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narlly teen > j 1
We show suit 1 at all price
Those weve quoted arc only fivV
of the many we have I
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ladies and Misses oatilI
875 1350 1800 2500 3250
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The long coat this season promises to be popular Besides the
plain cloth and strictly tailored garments there are many pretty 0
r models in the fancy mixtures The Polo coat is one of the
newest styles and a garment the cities demand most Quite a
variation of colors is being shown yet plain black stands fore
most We can show you quite a line of all
00 7C dray mixture Coat trimmed In
75lray
1pu115black velvet slzo 16 to 42
Value worth 1200
C1Q Rfl In Pta11 color Broadcloth chi
1 13 50In
9 lOiUU mixtures At this linen there Is
quite a variation
010 HO In Plain color Broadcloth chit
15100fan
PI lUiUll ton finish Ilcautlful models and
very excellent styles > >
styles 1 r
OOR PR mask roadelolh Coat striCtly
p JiUU tailored lined throughout with
Skinner satin Belt quality broadcloth 1 I
090 Cn lllnrk or tall Vonimbo Broad
tpOiUU cloth Skinner laUn lined through
out One of llio liandnomost coats over
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GaricurtCoaji5 Pluth Coati Fur Coati Prctly models and
t 14 1me derate prices I
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fcig Xinioncs 125 tc 1250
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By far the handsomest line of Kimonos ever shown by us
Very enthusiastic we are ever these The styles are different
coloring exquisite and price so low Silk crepe and flannelette I
are the cloths
clothsCrepe
Q1 OR Crepe or Flannolotto Klmonas 1 tine
tineI125 1
t I125length I satin and snttocn solid
color border lor lan or plain patterns
CO 50 Quito a range fofFolo rings In
PiUU Crepe or Flannelette Klmonas 1
many new and attractive styles
OQ nn Solid Klmonn Persian designI I
1VIY0plain
JdiuU plain border Very exceptional for
the price
mall1p Silk Khnonas a
tpUiUU little cheaper than those but these
arc tho kind that are usually Bold for a little r
more Tho stylus arc different tho colorlro
nro > + JI
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thetea model 1
tea gown style
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T rand ute grates than properly prepared RESOREENED at our elevator
and is FREE FROM SLATE AND OTHER TRADEWATER coal burns docs
IMPURITIES to a clean white ash not clinker and holds fire over night Those
good qualities together with unexcelled delivery service and FULL WEIGHT enables you to enjoy the comforts of home during the cold winter weather Phono us a trial order aM be convinced
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