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b j FRIDAY NIGHT JAN 12
A PUT ETERT SOUTHERNER SHWILO SEE
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BY THOMAS DIXON JR
4 Frill Ms in Tirana Miels THR CUNMr and the lEOPARDS
I SPOTS A tlriWnj story Of tot Hi WttltlH
< STUPENDOUS DRAMATIC SPECTACLE
1r r 1 Special mctropalltio cast50 peeJIeA smH iraj if super
wwririei Nwfiftil scenic effects aDd Hieral bones
I PRICKS Entire orchestra 150 first 12 rows bal
i cony 100 balance of balcony 750 entire gallery Sac
1 SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY 9 A M
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I LFREE LIST ENTIRELY SUSPENDED
f Direction Souiherh Amusement l Company Geo H Brwinan Manager
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I i FOUND OLD FRIEND
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j Prof William Deal Know Her
i and Her Mother in Ohio
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Two Performances of Little Duck
I tC5S t Yesterday Theatre The Park
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OTItlMt THEATRICAL NOTES
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l The Little Duchess was witness
i 1 ed by two fairly largo audiences at
1Tho 1 l Kentucky theatre last night and
I IIL I seemed to please It Is a fairly
i good musical comedy but nothing
j extra Countess Von Hatzfoldt ap
ipears i j in the stellar role and Is
I young vivacious and quite clever
She has a fairly good company and I
J the staging of the piece Is good
Mrs v Von Hatzfeldt travels with i
her daughter and Is said to be a real
countess Their name is not assum
r r 1 l ed but their real one and Prof
William Deal leader of the Ken
t i tuck theatre orchestra readily ree
ognized both Mrs Von Hatzfeldt and
I daughter as friends ho knew fifteen
years ago In Hamilton Ohio Mrs
Hatzfeldt was then a fine actress
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ji cinnatiHer
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I I i be managing a theatre In Evansville
Ind later became manager of a tile
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atro In Hamilton Ohio and It was
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f thero that Prof Deal met them when
Iihe played In the orchestra Countess
I Olga was then a child six or eight
l years old
IThey I gave up the theatre about
tho time Prof Deal left and tho girl
began playing Little Lord Fauntle
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roy Prof Deal arranging for her
and her mother some music sho wan
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j to use In It She has been on the
stage ever since but only recently
began starring Her mother and the
young lady both readily recognized
t Prof Deal yesterday
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t matlst of genulus was none the less
I an accurate observer of material
things A dweller on Parnassus he
was yet a practical man whose criti
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Ical I comments were wonderfully prac
tical and common sense At one time
Itical I discussing dramatic topics he
declared that the apdlence in a the
atre can be divided Into three classes
the crowd which expects to see ac
tion women who arc best pleased
with passion and thinkers who arc
hoping to behold character
The Inference to be drawn Is that
a successful play must contain the
three elements necessary to hold tht
Interest of the three Classes This
Hcv Thos Dixon author of The
Claiisimm ut the Kentucky Friday
night Scats now on sale
threefold appeal is found in The I
I Clansman the powerful drama by
Thomas Dixon Jr which will be
seen at The Kentucky Friday night
Of action there is plenty and with
the workings of the Ku Klux Klan as
the principal motif It can be seen
that the action Is of the most strenu
ous type although not tending too
much toward the melodramatic Tho
play Is also full of heart Interest in
which the divine passion dominates
the action of tho play The characters
are skillfully drawn and many types I
new to the ctage arc presented
San Toy known in every city of
England and America as the greatest
of all musical comedy successes will
be the offering at the Kentucky thea
ter on Saturday matinee and night
This Is the fourth successful year of
this organization During that time
the piece has been played In all the
Important cities of the land Merito
rious performances at all times have
been the secret of success of the or
ganization which is under tho per
sonal direction of Mr John C Fish
er the amusement master of many
musical comedy successes Tho first
thing that appeals to one is the
strong cast who are all well known
and who have won fame In many fa
fous musical attractions and they
have continued their popularity In
I j11I I THE KENTUCKyl
In 1 JI i I I SATURDAYMATINEE
MATINEE
AND NIGHT
NIGHTJAN 131
1 By special arrangements with the Auguslin Daly Estate Mr John C l
I Fisher presents England and Americas best and mos popular
1 COMIC OPERA SUCCESS
ifl a I SAN TOY
J I fORIGINAL f PRODUCTION
st PRODUCTIONI 1 = = = 24
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stEverything New But the Name I
1 Direct from its Fourth Engagement at Dalys Theatre New
I York with an excellent cast of Broadway favorites and large
largef f
Gorgeously gowned magnificently presented with new scenery
I and brilliant electric effects
r Prices I MaHneet 1 75c 50c 25c Nighl150 115c 1 50c 25c
Seats on Sale Friday 9 a m
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this musical extravaganza is ac
knowledged by the hearty praise they
receive from both press and public
wherever this piece appears A host
of pretty girls assist In the general
entertainment
Nothing has been definitely deed
ed In regard to tho management of
the Wallace park theatre next sum
mer Mr William Malone has a i
lease on It and It is supposed will
continue to run 1U Ho is ono of the
best men In tho business and the
company intends to put In only tile
best attractions hence it Is reasona
ble to presume that Manager Malone
will remain
The Paducah Carnival asoclatlor
will shortly begin preparing for Its
spring carnival It will meet some I
evening this month probably 1 Monday
next and complete a number of de
tails left unfinished In order to hear
from tho carnival companies Both
Gaskell and the Fcrari Drothors as
well as many smaller ones are anx I
ious to furnish attractions here and
come of them have already beet
heard from including tho Cosmopol
Itan which has never yet been seen
hero
It Is expected that tho iagula
meeting of the association will be
held at Hotel Lagomaralno Monday
night to take action on a number of
matters now before tho board
Mr E N Johnson who was hen
recently organizing a 1 10000 earn
val company Is expected back from
Abilene Kan and Nashville Teun
in a few days to wind up tho project
and get ready for tho season Tht
10000 is to back an aggregation al
ready equipped for the largest of
the carnivals
Thomas W Pryor business mana
ger of The Beauty Doctor Is hero
looking for Frank Q Harris ad
vance man for the show which ap
pears at the Peoples next Sunday
Harris left the company at Nashville
last Friday and came to Evansville
Prom here he was to look aft 1r the
territory in this section says the
Evansvlllo Courier
Ho registered at tho St George ho
tel and spent ono night there Since
then nothing has been heard of him
His trunks unopened were found In
his room Harris did not see the
management of the Grand
Falling to receive a report from
Harris Manager Pryor hastened to
Evansville and took tip the work
where It was left off by his agent
Mr Pryor fears that some misfort
une has befallen his agent as the
latter has been in thb employ of
The Beauty f Doctor for some time
and has always been reliable
The Beauty DoctW is I not book
ed for Paducah
PaducahLOAN
LOAN AGENT
Gins ix TUOUUM Hi SELLING
MOKTJAOKI PllOPIIKTY
Most of the Other Cases Were Con
tinned In Police Court
Today
W O Ledford white who Is con
nected with a local loan company
was arraigned In police court this
morning on a charge of disposing of
property not his own and granted a
continuance until Saturday In order
to secure important prosecuting wit
nesses Ledford wag warranted nl
the instance of Mattlo Olowten col
ored who secured a loan through
Lcdford giving her household ef
recta as security She alleges that
Lcdford sold her household effects I
to a secondhand dealer and that
they wore removed from her house
without duo process of law
Lcdford is connected with one of
the companies which will hereafter
have to pay an annual license of
250 to operate In the city There
has been much complaint of exorbi
tant charges of interest and other ir
regularities In connection with tho
operation of these businesses and
tho city authorities raised the license
In hopes that it be too large and
drive them from the city
Tho case against Herman Schulko
alias Suite was continued until Mon
day lie Is charged wlh obtaining
board by false pretense and with
passing a worthless check on D
Weille
WeilleWill
Will Chappel formerly an attache
of the Whitehead restaurant was
held over for housebreaking Tho
evidence showed the restaurant had
been broken into and I and cigars
taken The thief entered by climb
ing on a woodshed and prizing open
a window He has a crippled hand
and the Impression in the snow of
the hands in climbing to tho room
tallied with Chappels hand also dM
the footprints tally with the size
and shope of tho foot Ho was una
ble to give bond
Jack McCarty white was dismiss
ed on the charge of robbery
Engraved script cards U2G Old
English 1300 during January at The
Sun office
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PROSPECTS GOODI I i
FOR THE NEW LEAGUE
Paducah I Cairo and Vincennes
to Be In the Kitty
Princeton to lie propped Hut It Is I
Not Certain Cwt New Cities
Arc to Join
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NEW 1IKHTHS FOR KITTY msI I
Vlnccnncs Ind Jan toDurlng
tho coming week Secretary Groaney
of the Kitty League will issue n call
for a meeting of thb owners of tilt
different clubs In the league und on
Sunday January 21 they will gather
at SL Louis for the purpose of ar
ranging n new circuit for next sea
son According to present plans the <
clubs to bo represented at the meet
Ing with power to vote will be but
three In number Vlnccnnes Padu
cah and Cairo Tho first busIness
will be to drop Princeton Ind from
tho league Henderson and Hopkins
vlllo dropping out about six weeks
before the close of last season
From present Indications then
will be a lively scramble for the va
cancies and there is a prospect for
the size of the league being increas
ed to eight clubs Among the cities
that are claimed to bo anxious to en <
tor the league arc Bellcvlllo East
St Louts Danville and Jacksonville
all good Illinois cities East St Lou
is la within the flveinllo limit but
It Is believed that arrangements can
be made with tho St Louis Ameri
can and National league clubs by
which tho objection can be over
come
comeThere
There Is but little question that
the Princeton franchise will go to
Danville and Jacksonville and East
St Louis are preferred for tho Hen
derson and Hopklnsvlllo franchises
Paducah Cairo and Vlnccnnea are
already making preparations for
next season
Up to the present time VInconne
has lost but three men by sale and
draft and Indications are that the
lineup will practically bo the same
as last season with the addition of a
shortstop a catcher and two twirl
ers Paducah will almost stand pat
with the team of last season but Cai
ro will have to secure almost an en
tire team Wilder Fleming and
Dlackburn of last seasons club
have been sold to Dubuque of tho
ThreeI and Orth Collins has been
sold to Birmingham cf the South
ern league
leagueA
A deal Is on with tho American
association club for the sale of
Dutchy Wagner ono of the best
twirlers In the league end Dlttrolff
and Lemon have been traded to De
catur of the ThreeI league John
ny Duggan of Vincennes was tho
only player drafted from tho Kitts
by a league club und ho will report
to the New York American In tho
spring Nashville of the Southern
league Is after him and reports arc
that ho will be seen with that club
next season Downing the star
catcher of last seasons Princeton
team will catch for Nashville next
season Eddlo Kolb will in all prob
ability manage Vlnccnnes while liar
ry Lloyd will look after Paducaha
Interests and Guy Elchcnberger those
of Cairo Dan McCarthy last sea
sons manager of the Cairo team
II l said to be slated for the Danville
franchise
Tho horse and Buggy league
that was quite a success three years
ego Is to be revived again this year
Tho cities that will be represented
nre Hopklnsvllle Henderson Madl
sonvllle Owensboro and Russell
vlllo In Kentucky and Clarksvlllc
in TenncsECp
TennessepFIiEIOI
FJIUIGHT IIATKS
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Senator Campbell Believe CoOpera
tion of States Will Itcmrdy I
the Evil
Senator J Wheeler Campbell of
Paducah Is much Interested in
freight rate legislation and it is like
ly that he will bring this question
before the general assembly during
the session says the Frankfort State
Journal It Is said to bo the plan
or Senator Campbell to have a com
mittee of three prominent lawyers
front Kentucky meet with like bod =
lea from other states and for them
to draft measures which shall bo put
through all thol legislatures BO that
the cooperating stales may have unl
form statutes upon this subject arid
In such a matter find a remedy for
the alleged existing evils of the pres
ent freight rato system At the same
time such state action would make
unnecessary Interference with the
rate question by the federal congress
YOU DONT HAVE TO WAIT
Bjrtiy dote makei yon led better Lax 8oe
tepiyour whole oildei right Bold on the
mossy back plan everywhere nice Socle
Life Is a bunch of dreary todays
and dazzling tomorrows I
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GOOD RESOLUTIONS
Let Saving be Included in Your Listfor 1906
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The old year has gone and 1906 is now a reality
But it is not too late for good resolutions We want
to urge you to resolve to save moneY and we can
start you off on this happy course too Just read
this announcement and see
SHIRTS = = GOOD SHIRTS
Lot of81oo aud 150 negligee and stiff bosom 13c
Lcolored
00colored 1
colored shirts 350 or 3 for Q I rs
We are taking inventory and want to clean up our
odds and ends in shirts ofall kinds If you dont
even need any the price will tempt you
youSON
B WBIUUE < SON t
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A DISAGREEMENT
MAY AIMSK mmviix UTHIK
WORKERS AM EMPLOYERS
All May Havo to Sign or Work Non
Union Men QucMluii Now
lt Up
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There Is a possibility of a loath
erworkers strike In Paducah but It
may not be known for several days
what Is to be the result of tho annual
submission of contracts or scales
by the unions to the proprietors
The union contracts with the two
l local makers of leather good expired
Tuesday and a meeting of the leath
orworkers union was held last night
and commltccs were appointed to call
on the employers of the city and sub
unit tho scales for signatures
Only two of the four local houses
have had contracts with tho unions
the past year those of Michael Bros
on Broadway and the Paducah Sad
dlery company at Fourth and Jeffer
son ho other two Ilohkoptg and
the StarksUllman company are run
ning open shop In which both union
men and nonunion men are employ
ed
It seems from statements made to
day that hero Is a prospect of a
disagreement as It Is said the union
men will stand for no moro open
shop and all four of the houses will
have to sign the scale or the union
men vylll all quit
One of the two proprietors who
have been signing tho scale and run
ning a union shop said today th t
he did not think he would alga up
again as he was running a union I
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Modern Highest Grader
Fireproof Throughout
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of IiI cuiiine and general tervice
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GEORGE DUCHSCHERER
BLt Detaware AveOUKTOII
North St w e
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Insure Against Accidents
Slippery winter days are ladcned with accidents
Protect yourself Insure in the old reliableThe
Travelers Accident Company
Abram Weil 4 Co Agents
Campbell Building Phone 369
shop and could not seo where he was
enjoying even as many advantages
as the two shops being run on tho
open plan as he received no prdE
tcctlon from the union
The union men pick up anytime
they want to and leave mo no matter <
how much work I have on hand and
go right over to the open shops thfjA
refuted to sign up with them BM c
go to work They have done and can
no
dill do It so whal8 the use In my
signing when I can run like the oil
ers and possibly have more men thW
otters
I can get now in busy tlmesV
It was staled by ono close to Ll
union Incur however that there
would bo no more open shop now as
the tinios men are going to dpmanttt t
that all sign tho scale or work not
union men t
It Is likely that It tho unions refuse
refusalto
to countenance the open shop the
ones already signing the scale will l 11
sign again j +
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Take AXATIVK BROMO Qnlnine Tcbltll <
DruKKUUiclundsnonrr II It f site to cure 15 1
W ailOVitS Irnaturc ion each box ajt
Married In TfiiiiffMo > 1 4
HIck mall Ky Jan 11Dllss Km
ma Kirk 1 of this city and Mr Mont
Ward of Walnut Log drove to Un
ion City Tenn and were qulotlv
marriedt1k
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Hot Chocolate
FHot tf
Hot Vigaral
Are the peer of hot drinks We
serve only the best
STUTZS COLUMBIA
Pone 94 Filth and Broadmy
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Several superior offices on second and
third floors of our building provided with
heat water light electric elevator and modern
sanitary arrangements
Prices lowest in city for similar offices
double offices especially adapted for dentistsf f
American German National Bank
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