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VOl XXVIII NO n I PADUCAH KY SATUUDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 51910 TEN CENTS IJEIl WEEK
CRICE HELD OVER
IN POLICE COURT
AND GIVES BOND
Man Who Fired at His Com
panions Husband and Shot
Bystanders
Waives Examination onThrci
Charges
1IItI I WOMAN PAID FINK
John C Ccico a promlnnnl tocl
dnnlur at Vlciillffc l Kj I wlio U 1 nl
ItlJJ to ImVunrOtl three filiot nl
I > < 0r Vmii lmn n tolwcoi clamer on
thn night of Thursday October 27
when Ynuqhan oniiRlit him tit com
rnny uSIh lIp wife Sim I JORXI
Vnugiinn at tho ladles ontrnnco to t
till Palmer House walv il a prollml
nary examination on vJarg < M of ma
Mcloitt abooiliiK In poMw court thU
niornlnR In tho two mOll of nm
lIeloUil tliootJnff ami woundlnR with
Intent to WU Orleo wu II reoognlztxl
under SII < HV In carti < IUO to onivar
b Are tho grand jury
Ho wnR alloT xl to Jvo ffitKk bU
n the third charge or iiiollrloiii
fhootlin without wounding and with
intent to kill upon aurecmcnt w < lh
County Attorney 8 E I Cln >
CI1H and Sirs Vauglrjin JlIMdt sl t
RUllly to a oJiargo or mhitory the
day 1 foMowiiiK In i > oUco court and
wno timid II 6 each
At the Umo of Iho shooting Mary
Itlloy a ntKrow who was in the
tlJ we c smrk In Iho fiinhwil by
a tMjU U wbldi cntwod1 only a flosli
wound JotBOh Aiboff 10 i < irs
aid WD fhnt In the kmo Tho other
hot want wild
wildCrlii
Crlrn li I Hunl
An Pdho of tho hooting by J 0
Crlcft hi Pctor Vaughan In front of
the Pnlnior house WAil heard In cir
cult court today when Mary Riley
colored Illcil ult agalnet J Co Crk <
forlftSlOO dainneca Bho allegw
Hint by tile careless ihootlng hj
Crlitu a bullet struck her on tin
head and billeted a painful wound
Her modlrat bill she allege li I a
1100 and by roanou of the mental
suffering and low of limn In work
abe say a that abe ought to recover
at Itait 2100 The Riley women
was walking along Broadway
GRIP OF BIG STORM
OMMhiNItTUX WI111 HSTlmS
TOUWH IIAMPIIItKD
Now York Nov oGA storm of
midwinter Intenilty which came
lioomlnn up tho Atlantic conrt Jam t
nlcht bringing with It Hhor > grtloi
arm heavy fflhhs l or snow and rain
loft loilsiy a broad trail of broken
wire I coniinutrffallon along tho wn
board Telegraph companies were
Iteitel with dimcultlo In nil dlrec
troiia Thft torm was apparently 11 e
vorott bolwton BalUmoro end Wn b
inRton all wlrcp being down between
thoi c1Utit
Ponti < jriV nla niff6r > d from a tog
RV oKnglng now and wires ncrow
lie 1 itato woro either down or work
ed only intormltttpnUy Early 1 com
munication with Chicago was ob
Unod by way of BOitoiv thence to
tho wwrt
CiimniunlcnUou with catlern
polnM wai tvlfeotcil by the storm
MlJfit h tirfhiglit down the pnowcoateil
wifitBrokon
Brokon wlro commnnlcallon nf
fu tod wine of the railroads end
trnfoi from dlitnnt points were In
HOIIJB oniM far behind tholr pched
Mlc
MlcA sleamor believed to bo a storn
victim wan reported anchored of
nasdy I Hook In a cllmbled condition
She It I time Franrh ttoamor Honduras
from New Orleans Ocoobnr 23 for
Dunkirk nm Ilovro I anti pietumablj
made this port for refuge In hoi
crippled ttato nnd to effect repairs
llpfllh for UwirlrWe
Norfqlk in Nov GT01m J
Smyth was toilay imntenced to dontl
for tho murder of his wife Bullet
JntemUxl for Sirs Smyth also kiU l < v
a 13yenroW daughter Smyith wll
be oIArtroctit at lUclimoiui or
Decombor 8 With no funds for aii
peal couiiBel for tim defendant wll
lay tho record In the care Ihoforo Coy
Slant In Ibo hope that tho ontenc
may bo commtilod to Mfo Imprlron
m nt
memitChicago
Chicago Market
Dec IllKh Low Cloa
Wheat 89 88111 911
Corn1 UV4 < GT1I < ct
Oflla 35 31H 313
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Campaign For Congress Comes to
Close With Both Sides Claiming
Safe Majority in the Lower House
S a
Theodore Roosevelt Will Malta
Big Speech 01 Ohio Cam
paign at Cleveland Tonight
Hurries by Chicago
Chicago Nov GIn Tuesdays
election members of congrcm will 4 > e
elected from ovor stnto In tho
union excojitlng Malno nnd Ver
mont I
Tlwso two ctatcs and Arkansas
and Jeorgla have already lielij their
oloctlon i I hut In tho two eoulhern
states itato officers alone wero
chosen
chosenTwontyftvo
Twontyftvo stales will choopo
complete state tlokutn Congress
man SIcKlnlny nt the RopuliHcan
headquartora prodlctixl 1 Iho Jioxt
house will tic Republican liy n role
working majority Time Deiuoorata
claim tho IIxl congrewi liy Gl ma
jority
il MMcvelt llemlotl for Ohio
Olilwiso Nov GWuarkod 4 > y rt
day of rapid tIre camiwtenlnff In
Iowa Colonel l lloosovolt sought no
hurralii hero today when hi wan on
route cant 110 left tho train nt
nglewood l ami drove over limo couth
aIde for an hour and proceeded1 to
Toledo At Cluvcland1 tonight ho
will make tho big gi > oech of the
Ohio ronrpalgn
ronrpalgnItebnllit
Itebnllit Aviation lnrk
Baltimore Nov riOrdcr Is be
ing brought of chaos wrought by
the storm nt the aviation Held A
now stand probably will be made
Monday len Felix Angus on lie
half of his papers time Star nnd
American has offered 12000 for the
first aviator to reach a height of
0000 feet creating a new worlds
record
Iliinn 11111
Clinton Ivy Nov GUunn Hill
lied at the homo ot J W Bostlc 111111
ter an lilninw qf a year or mom dur
leg which ho suffered greatly He
was 38 yearn tit ago end Is I mirvlved
by lili wife and three children Tho
url1 l wag conducted by limo Wood
wn < of the World to which order ho
belonged
belongedsnuit
rSfmm uxnrii OP
HANK I COMMITS KDICIDi
fica Bide Ore Nov riIllwnrll
I Hennlnger cashier of time Sea Bide
National bank committed suicide in
the front yard ot his homo hero na
n sequel to tho alleged looting of the
bank of all Its deposits
JOB FOR THE HOUNDS
WAS THEN OVERLOOKED
Spying an unknown man prowling
around In tho back yard Sirs Hal
tone Mason 722 South Sixth street
exhibited raro pluck last night when
lie fired three > > hotf at tho Intruder
who made his otcapo by leaping time
bank fence Her markinanshlp was
a trlllo bad but time shot served the
purpose of defeating the prowler
whom It Is thought was n chicken
thief About to oclock Sin Mason hoard
a notto In time hack l jMrd and secur
ing tho pWol toile wont to the kitch
on looklng out tho window sho
annul seo tho form dlntlnctly and
firedTracks
Tracks could bo dlstlngulfhed dill
tinctly In the alloy Tho police wcro
not notified of the shooting until
this afternoon or tho now blood
hounds might have boon assigned to
the Job ot looking up 4ho prowler
Tho oat pier near tho middle of
time Fourth street bridge over Inland
creek has wtllod several Inclio
and throwing time bridge out of lino
As a result heavy wagons are Iro
I hlblted 1 from crossing tho bridge and
I Patrolman l1ko Dugan was lm i wsl 1
I on duty this afternoon Carrtagee
I and light vclilolM are jwrmltted to
m i cross tho lirUlco rt a slow m > ootl An
examination of tho condition of the
I I bridge jft ibolnw made this afternoon
time fettling of the pier < having been
THE WEATHER
Time predictions anti tempera
trite for tlio past twentyfour
hours Mill bo fount nt the top
of the seventh column oil age
AN EDITORIAL I
Tho NewsDemocrata has too
deep an interest In tho Mhools
of Paducah to urge other than
ono caution on tho voters In thIS
city who go to the polls Tuesday
to select members for tho school
board nnd that caution Is that
they I give tho matter of soled
Ing time men to fill these import
ant nosCUons serious and earn
eat consideration and voto for
time ones who In their ostlma
Uon will In their official capac
ity lirlng tho Lest rervlco to tho
Kchools of Paducah This dono
and they will have Ilono tholr
Ilut This Is a question whldi
should ajuiwil to every home
builder In Paducab a question
which has 11 foiindntlon on the
very hearthstone and forms ono
of the mart mcrcd trust which
a voter can take 11 loon i hhn
self In time iiKnsuro that tho
ertioolg of IMducah radiate tholr
iboneflolal Influence In time name
in Huiiro will men and women of
tomorrow show ovWonco of thfct
benefit Time schools ot Iadu
< ah cannot bo inn do too well
eqillpIKSI or efficient The boys 1
and girls of Padircah iJeseno
every < benefit In an educational
line that cnn < bo gIven and tho
worth of tho ochools depends
largely on the wisdom of the
whool board having their man
agement In hand Tho ono duty
above al o1w Iteforo every voter
who gOt6 to the polls imxt Tuos
day to to aseltt In tho gofootlon
of tho tnon 4 > ct qualIfied to
bring th < > sehoote to time hleJimt
etato ot gowenU worth This is
tho ono arid only Ipmio on time
school qnoetlon to far na wo can
I FOO tSowI I emocrat
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TWOYKAIl BKXTKXCE
ItIIokmon I Ky I Nov IiProllk
Fchrlugor notorious for night riding
In thevicimm1tyofdIlckmnahiihnnlvt 1
wuitonccil to two years In tho pcnl
11111 liar for attempting to slay his
wife and attempting suicide after
ward Fehringor Is I the man who
turned states evidence against the
night riders In tho famous Ilcolfoot
Lake case and was given his liberty
In exchange for his testimony
MILS WJNAXS INMimni I
RmnUh Dniicer Driving Xear London
In Auto Kmnslii
London Nov 6Mrs Thomas
Wlnans who boforo her marriage to
the American was widely known ns
Victoria Dolgado a SpanMi dancer
was Injured In an automobile ned
dent near OJulford today She was
drrring with her huband when tho
car swerved from time rood nml
ramming Into a etono wall was
overturned
Sir Wlnana escaped with n few
cutS on time face but Sirs Wlnans
was 1 In nod IxniMth tho wreckage
PROTEST IS VOICED
BY ANONYMOUS LETTER
A lively limo la promised In tho
general connoU Monday If applica
tion IB made for a saloon license at
Fifth and Norton streets where Dan
OalvlnH license was revoked by
Mayor Smith Tho mnywr rccoJvod
an anonymous commutilcatloni today
raying that Clalvlng clark would
apply for a Uoemv Tho communi
ration stated women are admitted to
tho iilnto and If notices of nppllra
Hon for a Jtaenco are posted n < x > tli
lion of protest will be presented to
the general council
rollndlI I
fourth Sfreet Tiridge
Said to Be Settling
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reporlod to Ernest Boll street In
giedorhiltlhIiSi
HIOIIKST SIOUTAL1TY
Knit hiker Itenlh Unlo l Plncctl nt 101 1 I
for Itch 1000
Waililiigton Nov GConllull
Director Durand today Issued a
statement sustaining the bureau
figure plocliiff tho death rate of Fall
River Slasfl nt 191 per 1000
ThIs Ilf tho highest of all American
eltlo and exception was tqkon liy
tho Fall Rlvor board of hoalth
Sir Our nnd attributed tho high
rate to the unusual proimrtloni of
dontlis among children which was
greater thero than any other largo
city of thin country
Tlio figures wore supplied ho snjp
by the secretary of Mato or Maasti
chuBCtU
CRIPPEN DENIED
APPEAL FROM HIS
DEATH mm
Counsel Say They Will Take
Case Before the Home
Office
Dirigible Balloon Crosses Into
France
poimrnuisi mm IMIISONKIU
London Nov GTho criminal
court of appeals today overruled Dr
II II CrlpiHjntf api pal from tin
leath sentence ImjiOHed upon lila
omrtctlon of the murder of his wife
Julio Klinorc Three justices de
aided them were no grounds for n
low finl In all probability Crip
ien w be hanged next Tuesday
Crlppcns couns ° l announced that
they will appeal to the Homo OfflM
10 commute tho sentence of death
or to pardon the doctor
City of Omllir lAiul
Paris Nov 6The dirigible
City of Cardiff flying from London
10 Paris landed l today at Corbeham
near Doual time result of breaking
in engine tuba The airship was be
lieved to have been lost when not
reported tlnco early last night fly
leg low over tho wa off Donyens
Poll Urn I Prisoners Free
Lisbon Nov GIory Political
irlsoncr In Portugal was liberated
odty and till prison sentences of all
Criminals reduced onethird
Women Strikers Parade
Chkngo Nov IiItd by women
ho Marseilles jfvoral thou and
strikIng garment workers paraded
through tho north side factory eec
Ion today They visited 1 each upon
hop and shouted at ilic strike break
ors Tho K > lIeo prev nUKl rioting
naming many arriaJA It It believed
1 telUement will IM > reached soon
CHICAGO KOUTIIKRN SOLD
tnyiiinnil Martin anil W n Lnwloi
ItoiiKbt WaMi ItoHil
Danvlllo III Nov GTho Chi
cage Southern railroad n coal road
belonging to a company headed by
John IL Walsh former banker who
Is now serving a term In tho fcdera
cnltcntlary at Lcavcnworth Kas
was sold hero In compliance with a i
decree entered by Judgo Kohlsaat In
the United States circuit court nl
Chicago Tho purchasers were Hay
uoml D Martin of Now York and
W D Lnwlor of Chicago tenant
In common Tho prlco was ono mil
lion dollars
dollarsIowa
Iowa Population
Washington Nov GTho popula
lion of tho state of Iowa was an
trounced today as 2224771 nIle
crease of 7082 or 3 per cent
0s S SS
Bank clearings week 7759915 S
S S
This week has been good In loral
business circles as reflected by tin
bank clearings of this week All
lines of trade report excellent busl
IICSH Tho most Interesting news of
tho week Is the movement of freight
11 l y tho Burlington railroad Tin
llrst actual shipments woro received
In tho city this week while yestcr
Jay the llrst freight was transferred
from Paducah to tho Burlington III
MetropolIs Beginning December 1
and possibly November 1C tho con
tract between time Illinois Central
and Burlington railroads for tin
transferring of 50 cars a day will
becomo effective Freight buslnes
with tho railroads Is good but hard
ly as rushing as it was a few week
agoCOMPLAINIS
COMPLAINTS ARE
DISMISSED TODA1
CoMM mnI COMMISSION ACT
ON THE VALLEY HATE
CASES
Washington Nov GTbo Inter
state commerce commission iota
dl nil8fod complalnte against exist
lug roilS on frwh meat pacWni
house products hay nnd grain pro
ducts from cities on the Ohio ani <
Sllsslsslppi rivers to Oeorgla Ala
I bama Florida and the Carolinas
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Blacksmiths of Illinois Central
System Complete Their Work Here
And Adjourn Alter Election
Barney B Claery oi Paducah
Is Reelected as Business
Agent Chicago Man Pres
ident
After a two days splendid cession
the members ot district council No
9 of tlio Brotherhood of Blacksmiths
nnd Helpers of time Illlnola Central
sywtom adjourned this afternoon
after tho annual election of officers
to meet In Clinton 111 In February
1912 Tho delegates will return to
their homes tonight and early 1 tomor
row morning They wore warm In
their praise of the hospitality CX
tended during their visit inPadwah
and extended a volo of thankw to the
IVulucah committee whIch lint
diargo of the arrangoments
The election of officers was char
acterized with friendly rivalry Bar
ney B Clnerj of Paducah 3A re
elected business agent of time round
S J Oaten of Chicago was clotted
president M F Carr the retiring
president who presided retlrlugI I
meeting was honored by election as
vice president Thomas Yatos of
of Chicago was reelected secretary
treasurer S It Stewart of Me
Comb Miss1 J SI I Cross of Patio
cah and W F Daumcyer of Ceo
tralla III were elected trustees and
ICdward I King ot Chicago and J It
Cooper of Clinton III were elected
members ot the executive board
Tho pesslons were held In time Cen
I teal La < bor hall and wero devoted to
I tho Interest of tho blacksmiths C
ill Glover second vice president of
time International Brotherhood of
Blarknmltlu and Helpers of Chicago
was present at tho meeting and all
ulsted1 tho dtlegatefl TIme delegates
went on record as favoring time rail
way trades department of the Anion
can Federation of 1abor Time time
of mooting was changed from No
vember to February end tho next
meeting will beheld In Clinton Ill
tho flrrt Thursday In February 131C
I Last night tho in embers of Padw
cab locals No 20d amid 328 ten
tiered the debates with a banquet
at tho bricklayers haW and a tie
llghtfnl evening was spent GoniiJnc
Kentucky I Iioopltallty and tho dole
gates were delighted
Tho delegates present were M F
Carr Clinton III Cooper Clinton
i lit Sir and Sirs Thomas Yates
Chicago S J Rosen of Chicago J I
JL Edwards of Chicago WL Bau I
I 1 merer of Ocntrnlla III Sir and I
Sirs I Newton Belgium of Chicago 1
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Edward Kins of Chicago Dan SIc I
SlHIan of Water Valley JlHw Sir
and Sirs S Is Stewart of SlcComl
Sllrs F P Wentzcl of Memphis I
J T Hutchen of Paducah F fI I
Orors of Paducah n II Claory of
Paducah Young of East St Louis I
and J E llakor of Slattoon III
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In nmlkruJIcfI I
An examination ot creditors in
the bankruptcy case of Finis FL Cart
wright was held yesterday afternoon
before E W Bagby referee In bank
ruptcy
Star Has Sore Throat
John Nicholson star of Lea Ro
manesques which was seen at Tho
Kentucky last night Is threatened
with time loss of his voice Although
hampered by hoarseness and a cough
ho played his role as Straforcl effect
ively Ho will consult specialists In
Jackson Tenn where two perform
ances will bo given today Nicholson
contracted a severe cold several days
ago and can hardly speak
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SENATOR WATKINS
LOCAL OPTIONIST
II I
MKMBEK OF LKfilSIATtWI WHO
m SIAUE TilE SESSION LIVELY
PASSES AWAY
Sturgls Ky Nov 5 Special
State Senator W J Watkins author
r of time county unit bill ot tho last i
fvstfon of tho legislature and tho
man who charged that liquor men
west spending money to defeat his
bill died this morning hero of gas
tritis Ho had been 111 three weeks
Solomon Rothschilds
Sir Solomon Rothschild ot SL
Louis dlod this morning Mr Roths
r child was a brotherinlaw of Sir
Jake Well of this city and an undo
of Mr Adolph Well Tho body Will be
brought to Paducah Monday morning
1It 745 and the burial wll be at
I he Jewish cemtery the body being
taken direct from the station
S S S 15555
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I SIATTIES SALAUY I
S I
I Now York Nov GThat I
I Christy SInthowson of tho I
I Giants will receive a salary S
I of 15000 from the club next I
I year was unofficially announced I
S hero today Ho drew f 10000 I
tho past season I
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S I I S I I S I I S S
NATIONAL GUARD
OFFICERS RESIGN
SHOW I iESiX1l mST HKCAUSE
KIIIJOIUXT AT DAIiUXH WAS
CONVICTED
Dallas Tex Nov 5MaJor E II
loach Captain II W KInnard and
Icutcnants J Calller and Tracy
Berry Dallas national guard offiI I
corn havo resigned from tho service I
ihowlng their resentment at the
onvlctlon of Sergeant J C Manley I
who bayonuttcd Louis Rcgcnsteln
when time president was here last
rear KInnard today asked tho ad
lutnnt general to muster out blsI I
company as ho would not order hisI I
men to do guard duty when they are
luhject to conviction by civil au
thorities for obeying military orders
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Lizzie May alklrI I
Following a few days illness of
llphthcrla Lizzie May Walker the
19monthsold daughter of Mr orI I
Mrs Frank Walker 427 Hayes aye
iiio Meclinnlcsburg died at 240 1
oclock yesterday afternoon The
funeral will be held at 230 oclock
Sunday afternoon and burial will be
In Oak drove cemetery
KIvIs Thompson
Elvis the 3yearold son otMr
antI Mrs II A Thompson residing
near Massac Ky died at 830 oclock
yesterday morning of bronchoparaly
sls Tho funeral was held at 11
> clock this morning arid burial at
lit Zion cemetery
cemeterylinrtlimm
Hnnlin Cole
Slurray iCy Nov IiHarddn
Cole son of Mr and Sirs J SI Cole
lied at lily fathers homo on Depot
street Ho was 20i years of age and
bad for several years been a sufferer
rom rheiimntlMn nnd for tho last
few months confined to Ills bed 1 with I
onumptlon Ho was a bright ami
Kumlar boy and his early death isI 1
leplorcd by nil who know him
uneral cervices were held at the
Sirlstlan cliurch by Rev J SI
llexander after which lite remains
were laid to rest at time city come
tory
toryERBSTEIN
ERBSTEIN GIVES
BOND OF 10000
tvK oXKiij I imowxirs ATTOKI
NEV CHAItOKU WITII
HRIBKIIY
Chicago Nov rClmrlcs R Erb
ituln accused ot bribing Grant Mc
lulchen a Leo ONoll Browne Juror
furnished 10000 bond today States
Attorney Wayman who was assailed
by ErliRteln refused to have any
thing to do with the case Tho bond
wa s approved by a deputy Erb
steIns charges against Wnyman were
dlHctiHEcd today by tho grievance
committee of the Chicago Bar mao
elation No definite action Is ex
pected
i Small Pox at Anna
Springfield 111 Nov IiDr J Oj
Westercelt today reported to the
elate board of health 35 cases of
smallpox at Anna 111 Twenty
homes are quarantined
BAWDY HOUSE KEEPERS
SUBMIT TO 25 FINES
Dora Blanclictt and Jennie Leach
Tenth and Husbands streets wero
fumed 2S each In i > ollco court this
morning upon motion of City Attor
coy Martin They wore charged with
malnUnlnliiK bawdy houses upon war
raiitu IRUW 1 yesterday afternoon by
Chief of Police Henry Slngory Tho
women reside on the south side
A warrant was sworn out for Ruth
Burrows Eighth and Husbands
streeetg i
strecetss I
THREE THOUSAND
DOLLAR VERDICT
IN DAMAGE CASE
Largest Amount Awarded By
Jury at This Term of Circuit
Court
Little Boy Recovers Against
I C
IAIIO IOUflHT TIUAL ENDED
Tho largest verdict returned at
his term of circuit court was
brought In this morning by the Jury
In the personal Injury suit of Ray
Sthrldge against the Illinois Cen
tral railroad when 3000 was
awarded to the plaintiff
It was a case that was closely
ontested and occupied the greater
part of two days for the evidence
ind arguments Ethrldge Is a small
lad In short trousers nnd last year
vas Injured while at the Interscc
lion of the railroad tracks and Jonea
street near Sixteenth street
The defense sought to prove that
the lad was hanging on the rear of a
relght train while the plaintiff introduced
troduced testimony to show that a
relght train backed across the
Tossing and struck the lad crush S
ng his leg and making amputation
necessary Tho plaintiff sued for
12GOOO
25000Time
Thu evidence was heard yesterday
Itnd the arguments were concluded
his morning Attorneys Croaaland
i Crosslund and Hon John K lien
rick represented the plaintiff while
Attorneys Wheeler Hughes repre
ented the railroad
A motion was mado this morning
by > E W Stewart In the suit of E
W Stewart against J E Smith and
T J Murphy to havo a receiver ap
pointed for the Listerine Soap cora
I > any Ho claims that tho company
Is operating at a loss The motion
will bo heard on November 11
Tho trial docket for Monday Is
Ruby Parker vs tho Paducah Box
nUll Basket company
Ernest Elmendorf vfl1 T S VIck
ers
rsElizabeth
Elizabeth Zelgler vs Illinois Cen
tra1
ralBWeet
BWeet Jones vs L C Hlbba
L
p
Pnjiiilntton SlatUtlcfl
Washington Nov GTho popula
lion of Wlnnebago county WIs con
taming tho city of Oshkoeh Is 61
19 compared with 58225 In 1900
ccordlng to the thirteenth census
numeration made public today
Irllevra He Killed Bride Ends Life
Memphis relic Nov LDavld
r Reed an express messenger shot
1t his wife here today and believing
he had killed her when she stum
bled over a chair shot himself In the
iead and died eevernl hours later
ho woman was uninjured Reed bad
iecn drinking and when he found
the door of his homo locked ho broko
It open and started to upbraid his
bride of three months The shooting 4
followed an exchange of personalt
tics 4
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LES ROMANESQUES
Tho prettiest cleanest merriest
omedy that bag been seen In the
Ccnlucky theater In caserns was
nlrtod last night by the majority oC
iHiducnb theatergoers Les Ro
nanesnucs played to a house that
reflected discredit on the city Ev
er part In limo play was taken by
a competent intelligent player ob
lously selected with caro for tho
part John Nicholson who beads
thin company Is an actor ot intellect
Hid Individuality and his portrayal
of tho swashbuckler typo ban per
inps no equal There Is not a lIne
or situation In Len Romanesques
that Is the least bit suggestive thero
Is not a thought suggested that Is
not wholeswme the sttlro on the
Itoineo aud Juliet romance Is delic
ious and withal It kept the small au
llcnco Inst night In peals ot laughter
anti the applause was aa vociferous
as It time houtv had been packed Tho
iH > rfnrinanco simply carried the nu
Henco away Press reports from
other cities where tho company
played before coming to PaJucah
save ample notice to Paducahana
that they wight expect something
unusually good and It In discourag
ing to the theatrical Interests of the
city that FO notable attraction
pliould be neglected
U t
Chicago Nov 5ItiternationalS
President RIckert of tbo Garment
Yorkers this afternoon signed an
agreement wltlt Hart Shaffner 12 S
Marx by which 15 < W workftr w II l
return to work pending arbitration
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