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AGfc TWO THE PABtJCAH NIN SUITJnnSn1 DECFmmm R t
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ONLYWWIFE
WWIFE
WWIFEI A FEW
DAYS NOW
BEFORE THE RUSH
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Drop in any day and do your CljristiiiQs plipprmig Yoi will f jm
stocks in better shape more cqpploto more diversified l NOW
Just a yisit to our store ja the best sort of suggestcr of the suit
table and appropriate gifts
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NAGEL MEYER
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Jewelers
3rd Broadway
At the Star I
A new show goes on at the Star I
theater this afternoon and to equal
the prc gram of the first part of the I
week tho acts will have to go ome j
The cdvaace notices for SI Vad
and Inez claim they have the most
dlvcrilUd novelty of them all Their I
letterhead cleverly states that their
at consists of different Ideas flex
ible fooIlBhnete enlivening a routine
of cnt rely new tricks
The JJansflelds do a stunt of cbver
banjo playjtrg Introducing and sing
Ing interspersed with some excellent 1
comedy
comedy11th
Mr Phillips the new Illustrated
singer at the Star has a beautiful
Lie and feerua 10 tae taught on
fiijr the Jamil He will sing for the
la t re Jays of the week Son I
IJ1Y mother used to sing with llias
rated song slides
Two reels of new motion picture
w1l1 also be given at each perform
ance Admission 10 cents children
G cents < rS
5 1
010 tHriUlirivai pair of Walk
over Shoes for Xmas
AT HOCKS
Louis XVI shapes w4th hsh
bandeaux trimmed with flowers
Ilpl1 or ibows are prominent In
Ullnery
mlUlneryIt
Uls always advisable to select a
irandot prospertty that you can
standr < c
ft T JBad enough to be sure But
dew C Ofif > old colds are worse Better
stop your fresh cold at once
Never hesitate tp aSk your doctor about Ayers Cherry
Pectoral Use it or not as he says He knows j2 ftifi
r
Our Famous Three Star Rings
Our faniqus Three Star Rings are
solid gold shell anal guaranteed for
five years Hundreds of styles and
priced at 25c fiDe Hoband fj50
RACKET STORE
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TfjereV Another Seasons Wear in That Dress or Suit
It needs some expert attention from a competent cleaner It IB
z true but wo are as well equipped to cjo One work as any cleaner
t In the state 1 Apd a dollar or two will wprfe wonders with gar
meats which seemed beyond repair
Jf3t0Lmllcs
Ladies Suits pressing only7c to 9125
IdoOr 9125Mens
Orcnoats cleaning And pressing 9100 to 230
SEE US FOR ESTIMATES VE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
H M DALTON
New Phono 1083 114 South Fifth Street New Phone 1083 A
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TURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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Motion Picture
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Si Vad C Inez
IERTIrSV ATUW ANT LUKUSOVER
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Illustrated Song
7 rSongs My Mother Used to Sing
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SINGERS TALKERS BANJOISTS
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Moiton Picture
4dlzfiJon1fln Children MM a rt9o
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MAJORITY UPHOLD
MR BALLINGER
IX REPORT PRKSEXT17D TO COX
CRESS YESTERDAY
Xo Grounds for Opinion Tlmt lie
Is Nut n Knltlifiil ITubllc
Servant
SAYS GLAVIS WAS nmnss
Washington Dec SVindlcatlng
Secretary of tho Interior Baillnger
upon all tho charges brought against
him and condemning his accusers as
having been Inspired by a deep feel
tliaVlng animosity built upon a sup
loosed difference In policy respecting
IconseratloD a majorIty or the con
gressional committee which investl
sated the tocalled BalllngerPlnchot
icoso submitted Its report to congress
I I The reports were accepted in both
houses without comment Tho plan
of action to bo followed by the
Democrats has not been determined
on but It Is said a resolution will be
presented to carry the recommenda
tion made for tho secretarys re
moval
An effort will undoubtedly be
made to put the house on record as
to Its opinion of tho majority re
port gome of the Democratic mom
bers of the house favor demanding
consideration of the report nt tile
theBret
I I Officials of the Interior depart
ment declined to make any comment
on the majority report
reportI I to make on
tho report of the committee sold
Secretary Dalllnger
In care tho ipeaier permits the
matter to take Its course It la held
hy < parliamentarians that n resolu
clop demanding a veto will toe neocs
flU Such a rcsoiutlon would iavo
I tp go to dome Mandn conuoItUQ for
report As no such committee would
relish the rqjponclbllUy the resolu
tion would probably be pigeonholed
I Tho general fe Mng Is that there
win be no atton on the report at
this pesIon wslilch means not at ail
for tho report loses force with the
expiration of the preeent congress In
larch
i The report makes tho following
specific findings
i That tho charges and Insinuations
against Secretary Balllngcr In rela
lon tq the Cunningham coal land en
I tiles or other coat land claims In
+ Afatka are nqt justified and his con
S
1Jlt In roepect thereto is not justly
< fjsunloThat
I That be was fully justified In re
soling the India cooperative agree
mont
lDbntI
I That the restorations of water
power sites by Secretary Balllnger
were made in good faith and not In
enmity to the government
land that no inquiry ape tS to have
been done to the government and
the cause of conservation by either
tjie restorations or withdrawals
I That in view of the opinion of
t e attorney general he was justified
In abandoning the UEO of tho eo
called water users cooperative ccr
tflcatea In connection with the
reclamation of arid lands
I I That the administration of the
reclamation law presented features
Justly subject to criticism
No unfair criticism or Improper con
duct on Secretary Valliirgcrs part
has been shown nor any action by
him eat within tho sound discretion
of the had of ho interior department
in thq faithful performance of his
dutyThat
That ho la not an enemy of nor
hostile to ai reasonable and judicious
polteji of conservation and that no
ground whatever has been shown < I
justifying the opinion that ho is not
a faithful and erfldent public
officer
Alaska Coal Tnmls
After rotting forth the fact that
the entire known coal fields of
Alaska covering more than eight mil
lion acres is still in government
ownership the report takes up the
bearing upon tho strife between
Secretary Balllngor and other oat
dais of the government Including
several of his subordinates Mr Pin
chot who was deposed as government
forester The report than sajs
i Your committee finds that the In
terests of the people and owners of
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Famous Pint of Cough
Syrup Receipt
Eamou8
Pfo net er nemcdjr nt Any Price
NNN1NtN4N FnUy Guaranlccil
t
btako a plain syrup gaby mixing ono
pint of granulated tufrar and U Pint
of wprm water and stir for two min
ute Jut 2Vi ounces of puro Plnex
bottleand
and flll It up with tho Sugar Syrup
fills gives you n family supply of the
hest cough cyrllPnt a saving ot Ui
It never spoils Tako a teaspoonful
every one two or three hours
The effectiveness of this simple rem >
cd Is surprising It seems to take
hold Instantly and will usually stop
the most obstinate cough In U hours
It tones up the jailed appctlto and la
Just laxative enough to be helpful Ina
cough and has a pleasing taste Also
excellent for bronchial trouble throat
tickle uoro lungs and asthma and an
inrnualcd remedy for whooping cough
This recipe for making cough rem
COY with Plnex and Sugar Syrup < or
strained honey Is a prime favorltn
In thousands of homes In the United
States and Canada The plan has
been imitated though never Jlucce s
ully It you try It use only Rnnulna
Plnex which is tho most yaluabla
concentrated compound of Norway
whIte extract and Is rich In
gulaleo and all the natural hoallng
pine elements Other preparations win
not work In this recipe
A guaranty of abunluta natlsfactlnn
or money promptly refunded goes with
this recipe Your druggist has Plnex
or will eat It for you It not send tfl
Thu PIne 90 It WIIYn Ipd
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the Alaskan coal fields nro not
threatened or endangered under
existing conditions
Speaking ot tho Cunningham
claims tho committee finds that it
would be improper for them to pass
upon the merits ot these claims and
thus prejudice them while they are
pending If they are regular tho
report says patents should bo al
lowed 1 It they are fraudulent the
claims should be cancelled Tho
claimants are entitled to arc Im
partial judgment upon their rights
In tho premises
It is said the committee found no
reason to doubt that tho commis
stoner of tho general land office with
nn appeal to the secretary of tho In
tenor would decide these cases
fairly and Impartially but because of
tho Imputations heaped upon them It
Is recommended that a law bo en
acted for tho transfer of these and
any other cases involving claims to
Alaskan coal lands to an appropriate
court for a hearing and a decision
Concerning1 the future of Alaskan
coal lands the report makes a
definite recommendation in1 favor ot
tho leasing system which also was
favored by President Taft In his
message to congress Tho recom
mendation follows
Your committee believes it would
be tho height of unwisdom to < per
mit these great coal fields to be
monopolized or gathered Into tho
private ownership of a few for specu
lative purposes As they Increase In
value tho increment should inure to
the benefit ot all the people
To bring about this result and at
the same time put an end to tho un
reasonable conditions now exlsltlng
your committee recommends that the
government refuse to sell tho lands
but that retaining their ownership It
tiaU grant leases at fair royalties for
periods limited long enough and
covering areas largo enough to
Justify the necessary investments
upon sound business principles and
thus secure the opening and opera
tion of sufficient mines to meet the
necessities ot Alaskan consumpUon
afford relief from the present out
rageous prices paid by consumers
and at the samo time afford some
revenue to tho government We
recommend Loglstatlon to that end
and that pending such legislation I
tho existing withdrawal from entry
ot the Alaska coal lands bo made
Denounces Claris
As to the < conduct of llr G la via In
the long period in which tho Alaska
coal claim cases wore undor his con
trol as special agent ot tho lanjl
office the report declares ho bad
sufficient time and abundant assist
ance to make the field examination
which he bad demanded
demandedIn
In this connection tho committee
says
If his demand was In good faith
Claris was greatly remtes In his duty
In not having the examination mado
thenCommenting
Commenting upon the blanket
withdrawals of public lands which
wore made l > y James II Garfield
whoa secretary of the Interior the
committee says this action was taken
by him after ho ascertalnoti that ho
would not be reappointed under
President Taft It to said these
withdrawals wero made haphazard
from tho more Inspection of tho land
office state maps
Many of these lands were restored
to tho public domain by Secretary
Dalllnger and a portion were again
set aside The rewlthdrawali1 ac
cording to the committee wero mode
by Secretary BaUinger after a care
ful examination of tho maps data
and reports in tho geographical sur
vey and It Is bold that the rewith
drawals embraced all the power sites
in the original blanket withdrawals
made by sir Garfield
A Slrnnlo Safeguard for Mothers
Mrs D Gilkeson 35C ingles ave
Youngstown Ohio gained wisdom
by experience My little girl had a
severe cold and coughed almost con
tinuously My sister recommended
Foleys Honey and Tar Tho first
dose I gave her relieved the Inflam
mation In her throat and after using
one bcttlo her throat and lungs were
entirely free from inflammation
Since then I always keep a bottle ot
Foleys Honey and Tar In the house
Accept no substitutes Gilberts drug
store
News of Theatres
Among booker The louse of a
Thousand Candles is looked upon
as the best seller Among plays
The House of a Thousand Candles
Is undoubtedly ono of tho best draw
Ing cards th stage has over known
It win be at the Kentucky Tuesday
night
Arthur Donaldson
Upon the excellent authority of
Mr Berlin himself the newspapers
and unprejudiced observers D D
Sorlln has struck a vein of pure gold
In Tho Wanderer his latest play
in which Arthur Donaldson tho op
eratic star Is starring The Wander
er tells a story of life in Nebraska
and one of the scenes shows a stam
pede of cattlo which Is illustrated by
a patented device It is simply
enormous and everybody seems to
think it bigger than any other two
plays that Mr Sorlln lama written
Arthur Donaldeon In the tltlo role of
The Wanderer plays the part In
a brilliant fashion His singing re
mInds ono of the palmy days ot the
late J 1C Emmott Tho play and
star are meeting with tremendous
success This attraction comes to
the Kentucky Wednesday night
Stilt Jackets prornlpo to ibo short
in tailormadsfs while separate coats
In many InjAances will bo of full
length i
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EVENING SUNS
SUNSDAILY
DAILY MARKET
MARKETS
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LOCAL PRODUCE
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i 5555
Corrected dally bf Voolfollc
Dowers Co
Eggs dozen 28c
Spring chickens pound 80
liens pound Sc
Geese poundI 1
Butter packing stack ICe
Turkeys pound M > c
TOBACCO MAKKETS
Louisville De 8 The tobacco
market showed a decided Improve
ment and pooled burley of the 1909
crop appeared again
Tho offerings on the local Breaks
follow New burley 420 old bur
Icy C3G dark 10 Original Inspec
tion 787 reviews 179 Total 9CG
Rejections Tuesday burley 11 dark
1C
The Homo warehouse sold C4
hhds old burley at JGDO to 1625
and 23 hhds new burley at S400 to
1000 Rejections 2
State warehouse sold 78 hhds old
burley at 485 to 1275 and 42
hhds ROW burley at 400 to 1350
Rejections 4
Pickett warehouse sold 57 hhds
now bUrley at 500 to 1250 and
3 hhds now dark at 555 to 1226
The Kentucky warehouse sold 50
hhds old burley at 500 to 1250
and 119 new burley at 326 to
1600
1600Tho Ninth street warehouse sold
92 hhds old burley at 630 to
1550 and 60 new burley at 500
to 1075 There were 6 rejections
The Louisville warehouse sold 40
hhds old burley at GOO to 1575
and 60 new burley at IGIi to
1260 There wero 5 rejections
The Peoples warehouse sold 97
hhds old burley at 580 to 1775
and 17 now burley at 400 to
1025 Thoro wore 4 rejections
The PlantorsCentral warehouse
sold CO hhds old burley at 600 to
1400 and 25 new burley at 500
to 1526 There were 2 rejections
IJVKPiTOCK
Louisville Dec 8Tho receipts
of hogs were 10B5 for the three
days this week 279 as against
9133 for the same days last year
and 8 402 for the same days two
years ago With a good healthy
demand for all weights the rollers
had the situation well In band and
jumped prices Up a 10cent notch on
all grades Selected hogs of all
weights selling at 775 with the
IIKXIIV MAMMRV Jr
llookhlmllni and Ruling
Third and Kentucky Ave
Old Phono 000
J J BLEICH
At Ills office 1105 tth St
opposite water works ofllcc
has a nlco selection of flub
Watches flings Jewelry Ktc
that lie is very anxious to ills
pose of nt bargain prices InI I
looking for your Christmas
presents In the jewelry line It
would pay you tq see him
DOES THAT ItAZOIl PULLV
Call and See
CHARLEY ROOT
JlOJi South Second Sttrect
J II TUHVEU Prop
FOR SALE
Five acres of good land ono mile
from city limits on gravel road
near school house Most dftslra
blo place for suburban homo
where you can live for one halt
the cost of living in tho city
Fine location for a truck garden
where you can have your own
cows hogs and poultry A good
bargain and easy payments For
further information see E D
Thurmnn St Nicholas Hotel
phone 54
I
I SHUBERT Theatre
Louisvilles Leading
Playhouse
Always 400 main floor scats
at 100
Dec 5 6 7IJl1rry Dulger
In Tho Flirting Princess
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ADUwLA t
7 TUB CAPITOl OF fOrJ1ND ° yi 4t I
Specia9 U1lU1l0nn1l1lCemelI1l1t
It
Our Toys are lolling very fast Dllll we BeQ there Is
going to be II scarcity or thom Wo therefore advise
all who want a good choIce to either purJtlU o IOWti
or give us your order In time to enable us to got them 6 r
here for Christmas l oh Ju til1J1l111aJI
I
Sjpec aBs FoD Friday aU1ldl I I
SBl1tUJIrday
4 i
r dozen black Petticoats Taffeta finIsh cut full fit
Saturday well 1GO 1 u value Friday IlnllS1 j l00
U t
ifs
roughs out at 710 down Tho pens j
were wall cleared Market closed
about stcadyy
Tho advance puts Louisville out
In a prominent position as a high
hog market as compared with all
other markets
Cattle
i Tho receipts or cattle wero 114
head for the three days this week
1742 Tho attendance ot buyers
was just about normal for a mlddlo
of the week performance tho de
mand moderate and but little
change could bo noted In values or
conditions Prime light butcher cat
tie were In excellent demand and
steady to firm tho medium and
common kinds fully steady Good
healthy trade on feeders and stock
era slop steers very ready late
Dulls steady canners slow mulch
cows unchanged No prime heavy
cattlo hero feeling about steady
Cult m
Receipts 64 for the three day
288 Tho market ruled firm n
shade bettor bulk ot the best SU
8Sc medium GCfSUc common
216Gc
t
Sheep nnil Lntuh
Tho receipts were 92 head for
tho three days 235 Tho market
ruled firm on choice stock tho best
fat sheep 2 tj 33c and common
sheep slow at lO2Uc Good fat t
lambs fi < > GUc some extra higher + v
medium and culls 3 p 5e
St Louis Dec BCattloI1o r
ceipts S500 market steady na
tive beet steers 5000725 calves
In carload lots t2 t1 COO liege
Receipts 8000 market 10 C > lle
lower pin and lights 750 776
pa karf 700 < J > 7J butehorj and
best heavy 7460760 Sheep
Receipts 3COO market strong Into
tlvo muttons 3500376 lamb
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OUT TIII GENUINE MAYtYHy
A substitute Is a dangerous make
shift especially in medlolno Thq
genuine Foley Honey and Tar cures
cough and colda qnlckly and k In a I
yellow package Accept no mbtitl
tutoi Gilbert drug store
One of the great lItorof f I r
literary career is t tli return postage cl
Only Ono BRONK QUININE this oa
Laxativo Bromo Quinine 1 fcox
Cures a Cold to Otte Day Crln 3 Days Wt25c 4 t
Gloves and Great Values Too
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forq1
We Mlltho best iCld Clove made for
the llrtl 100 No other linmn r
100 Glove can toueh our 7e IHW 1
Gloves In all shapes and kinds fur t
all purpose and for everybody 1
RACKET STOREt
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THE THEATRECAIINIT 1
HAllVRV JR GOODMAN Mgr <
Evenings 815 Matinee 230 Saturday
1 d
CO3L iriCING
December 6
A five night engagement
Matlucr
WcdncMlny Thursday
Snlunlny
Mat luce priced lOo
lrlccs tOe 20c 3Qe
Monday DECEMBER
12
Prices 25c 35c 50c 75c
Balcony reserved for col
ored people
Scats on sale Saturday nt
10 a m
Tuesday Night Only
DECEMBER
13
Prices
25c 35c 50c 7Gc 100
Scat pale Monday 10 ay m
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w
i I k
I k
Evonlngu 815 Matinees 230
IV II Lewis Offer
The Lewis Stock Company
With Miss Eva Lewis and a
Company ot 25 people In the best
1Btock 1
Tonight t
U A COW1IOVS HWEimiHART f
A special corl piece concert
ballilil piece orchestra 6 big vau
dcvlllo pot Street parade every 1
day and concert In front of theatre 1 ot
every evening 4t
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Barton and Wlswell I Present +
JOHN RUCKER
Tjio Alabama Itlossom anil limo 1
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Down in Dixie Minstrels
Americas Foremost Colored Organ
ization
Watch for the Dig Free Street
Parade at Noon Dally Grand i
Band Concert at Theater J
730 each Evening 1
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A Remarkable Play of Mirth and Jr
MysteryN < t I
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That Triumphantly Successful Dram
isona i
Bons Popular Novel
The House of a
Thousand Candles J
1 Jit
Four Whimsically Weird Acts Overt4
flowing With Novel Incidents
An Excellent Company
Perfectly Staged and Complete In
All Its Unusual Details

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