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Tirr v. h i r - f H a FiaHIN'l f DISCHARGED, HE SHOOTS THREI in H :, BASEBALL PLURALITY IS 19,000 LESS THAN INJLABT PRESIDENTIAL. ELECTION. FERHALD. ELECTED GOVERNOR "pfr Dcmoc'ratc.,Voto Increased More Than 13.00& oyer That of 1M, While 'the.. Republlcana. Lott . ' . . About 2,900. STANDING OP THBT CLUBS. American League. Club. V. I Pet. Detroit 75 51 .671 Chicago 75 6 , ,l0 Cleveland ,75 80 .559 flt Louis .73 59 .551 Boston ,65 ,S .48J Philadelphia ,ti , :7 .4S8 Washington 58 ' -71 .450 New York ,S 88 .328 National League. Club. W, New York 82 Chicago ,8J 1'lttMitirr &tt i-nilalelphla, Cincinnati I Boston ...CI ..:cg Po;tlMo., Sept. IB. Tho repub licans cafrYcd Mnlno Monday by about fl.000 liltiV&lltv. an namliiat '21'. 81(1 In tho .lout presidential year and 8.0G4 Urooklyn ,, s in infli ' A mlrlnlirht rMnrn fnr St Ixu,s 87 governor jtt 404 out of G19 cities, towns an plantations, give Bart M. Fernald Republican) 72,117; Obadlah Gardner, jfjemocrat) 04,893, Satno places in 1904 gave Cobb (Ro publican) 75,134; Davia (Democrat) 40,4113 .. Heniainln'g places in 1904 gavo Cobb 1,J30; ttaVla 780. Tho , lnlaslliff town which ara I. Pet 4 .641 61 .620 SI .17 57 .555 .70 .474 77 .421 84 .333 87 .825 ilntended Victim Escapee and Craved Man Turna Flrd on Crowd. Cumberland, Mil. Smarting bo cauio of hlsdlachargo by B. II. Brooks of Greenville, S C., manager of a nforco ofnion dTsTrlbutlng tor tho Home ComfortStcel Range company, No. 1901 Washington avenue, St. Louis, J W. Campbell, and aged 50 years, of Baltimore, Md attempted to kill Brooks In the lobby of tho Hotel Glad stolno. Frostburg last night The shots mlssod Brooks, who fled to tho crowd ed street, and struck Charles Mar tin, 60 years old, employed by tho same company. Campbell pursued Brooks to Hip street, Hrlng as ho wont One slit struck Joseph Bruno, 24 yeaA old, f Eckhard, Md., who was standing a doorway, nonstable John Bartolon, a veteran of the Spanish-American war, tried to stop Campbell and tho lauer engaged him, the man firing at each other within eight feet. A bullet mado a flesh wound In Bartolon'a back, while Campbell was ahot In the leg and In the index flngor. The fight covered a range of 20(1 yard In the heart of the business section, and Campbell, who use4 two rovolvers, was finally overpowered. He was hustled to the olty pellce aUtlon, which was aurrouaded by a mob of about 1,000. There were orles of "Lynch him I" but Sheriff Hoiel ar. rived on the scene In an auteateWtle frm Cumberland, eovarlag olavon .mites of stiff mountain roa twauty- twp minutes. Having Campbell seated In the automobile before him, present- Itig a revolver tue Sheriff neon naa Campbell away. Martin Is , shot In the breast, the bullet shattering both the callar anu breast bones, it lodged Just above tho root of co heart. He is also shot in the hand. Bruno is shot In the liver. The uoctors give no hope for recovery of either. HU5TIWO S2AS0JT IS NOW OVER. Period from September 15th to Novemtnr 15th Cosed,on ali 0rae, Jlhf., . ,. J Sept. 15 whb last rltrv forhutit iug until t lie bird lxvv expires on November 15 After the m it will even ln ajrninat the lmv to hunt rubhifs or Kinirrels for h period of two months. It has only been for u few years that such n law lias been in fTeot, but when it became evident tlint many hunters would go out dun ing the period just preceding the dxpiration of the bird law and under the pretense of limiting doves, rabbits, squirrels, etc, .would kill partridges, the two months from September 15 to November 15 was iimde a closed season on everything. Reports are conflicting as to the quail crop this year, in some sections it beiim said that they are uu usually plentiful and in others that they are scarcer thau ever berore known. Get Ready for the Soldier Boys. TJio people of our city should and no doubt will exert them selves o make tho lifo of the i omul of pleasure U,o,ldior mum duanii their fen da's encamp meut next mouth. The skatiuj: rink will be thrown open for them to dunce in and no doubt they will trip tho fantastic too (, ........ 4 k. ... . .. ,1 ...... ....... I. I. .. .. -!, rii-ninu, iiiin (Mil nrifiiMim- inn oitie-j will join litirlimiton in her round oT aniety. The soldiers of the Third Iies:imciit are of Mie Itfst liiinilicH in the state and are an organization that any stato would be proud to call its) own. IliiP will be a chance for ford and Bowlinn Qreon, Tho Third Regiment Band i conceded to bo the best in th stnto. Thoy will Rive concerts wvory overling in front of Iipm) qunrters. TheJaily dress pirado vill be hold in tho open place near Banna's foundry, and as usual with all dress parades will bo viewed by lare crowds. , Now let us show the boys a stood time and make every even ing a swell event for them. Earhtm'ton to ahow to tho people says N. H. Brown, of PI nf fiw, ,. i. . t i,.,u is.. Guaranteed Hatlsfaotory of the tnp that for hospittility ,, ,,,, Bt0re. 25o. They Take The Kinks Out, "I have used Dr. KIiir'b New Llfo pills for many yeurs, with Increas itifr satisfaction. Tlioy take the kinks out of stomach, liver and I ooweis, wuiioiii iuhs ur iriciinu," l tiinuniu, v i at all leaci- we can't be beat. There will bo men here from Madisonville, Pa duciili, Owensboro, Ilandorson, Ooutral City, Ooltimbus Hart- Sound Advice. If you wish to bo valued, muko your "If scarce. German nrovcrb Our Clothes are Better IBORALSKI had a loaded gun. AMERICAN LEAGUEv Wathlngton, 2-0; Philadelphia, 1-5. Waahlnston Bert Keeley itc,hed botA tnmea for Waihlncton and brat Phila delphia In tho flrat; thi contest Kolntr ten Innlnea. In the neennd Coombs whs a pustle and the Utiakera w6n eailly, the same Wrlnc cnlled In the 'elchth on Hccount of darkness. Flrat same R.H.E. Washington .0 10000000 12 9 1 I'lillailclphln .0 00Q100O--0 f) T-10 0 Rtterlc WnnhliiKton. Keeley and atreet Was Unable to Pass the Examination and Broods Over. Hht Failure ! AVin1t four venra ncro mat 1 CIO Rn. i oireei, j-iiimaeipnia. naive anufowcra. nall. rour yoars ago cast l.W"0-,Two-baae hits 8trcet. KdmondVn., Homo run NlcholU. Double plnya Mcflrlde I to Freeman: Salve' to, Davis. " , secona -amt K.II.K. ubVIcan vptes'and 730 Democratic The Democratic vote Increased moro than 13,000 over that of 1904. whllo the nepubllcaa voto fell off about 2500. Tho Republican plurality is the smallest recorded In a presi dential year In twenty-Qvo. 'Tho t-go jpafts spllt oven In the twenty ciues, wntu uapiurius ieu. Chlciao. 4! Cleveland. 10. The voting was particularly heavy In Cliicaeo The locals defeated Chlono 0,0 rural dlstricU, where the Demo-1 - J & 2T SSJlS crata, lnrgoly through tho popular- was also hit easily, while Joss kept the Ity of Mr. Gardner, among tho far-1 locals under eontrol. . , , i Tne score II. I I.E. Mors, made great BiUna. .Chicago 02 000002 04 a Although the Republicans camo off Cleveland ... .-0 1 0 0 0 0 s 1 Mors 1 "vrt ht - v till mfi uncut nuu r'Miii- WaahlnKton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 I'hUadelphla 0 10 0 0 12 15 9 3 Batteries Washington. Keeley .and Street; Philadelphia. Coombs and Lapp. Two-base lilta Nlcholls. Tliree-baso blt Harry. Double piny Keeley to - Mo nrlde to Freeman; E Colllnii- to DaSrts; AfcHrtde ,to Dfllatianti' iouFref man. ' yl4korlous in the state election Mon day Bert M. i"ertanl 'of Poland being chosen governor over Obadiah Card tier, of Hocklaud, tho Democrats had (ho satisfaction of soelns the National Republican plurality cut down to less ''jtaan ton thousand votes for the first time in a presidential year for more than a quarter at n century. All four Republicans' candidates for 'Kngress were elected and for state a'udltor, Charles P, Hatch, of Augusta, Republican defeated his opponent ' The result showed not only the warmth of the contest, but the popul arity of M. 'Gardner, whoso fame as .the head of the state Orange Patrons tjf Industry, proved: a great voto gain r. ' The Republicans were on tho defen olvo throughout the campaign seeking to hold the stato by tho usual plur ality by answering the various .Democratic arguments which were mainly for ro-submlsslon of the pro hibitory law, taxation of tho wild lands and reform in administrative mothoda, but little was said ot national issues. TRAVEL 8HOW8 PROSPERITY. All 8teamera Leaving New York Have ;. Larger Lists Than Last Year. ." Now York, Sept. 12. Thero was no roflectlon of the so-called "hard times" id the tourist travel from this port (his summer. '- Figures compiled up to last Saturday show that nearly 77,000 persons went out In the first cabins of the liners for England and the Continent. All the sjoamahlpa now departing have larger lists than at the same tlma last year, 'which will swell tho total so that it .Will rail but little behind last season, iWhlch was the top-notch year In the passenger traffic. ' ' Thore has been a decrease of about 1500 persons from last year, the exact figure up to last Saturday being 76.928 first cabin passongors, as against 79, 418 for 1907. the highest travel ever recorded. van: Cleveland. Joa nnd Uemla Two. baae hlti TjiJoIo 3. Owen. Terrlnc. Davla. Three-bane hit Goode. Home run Hlnchman. Double plays ltjole te S to vail; Owen to Davis to Tabell Detroit, Mich., Sept 14. Jonor Zboralski. a 19 year old youth of Buf falo, N. Y., was taken Into custody at tne Polish seminary here, under, cir cumstances which led to a suspicion that he Intended to use a 32-calibre loaded revolver, which was in his pocket, In attacking Rev. Father Wlthold Buhaczakowskl, head of the seminary. A charge 01 carrying concealed weapons has been preferred against him. s Zboralski bad attended tbe sdiulnary here for several years, but last June failed to pass his examinations, and was refused a diploma. The youug man brooded over his failure and laBt Saturday told a friona 1 In Buffalo, the officers at the semi ' nary say that he intended to come to j Detroit and kill Row Father Buhacza kowskl with a revolver which ne had just purchased. ' He also, It is said, repeated his threat to -Father itfelczcwsky, who conferred with Father Alex Ritass about it. Father Pltass telegraphed from Buffalo to Father Buhaczak owskl; that the man who threatened from New York lloiulav. with two on basts in the ninth Innlnt, O'ltourke tthe a ball Into Steele's hand, and the pitcher. ended the same by running over and" touenms nrst. . The score It.TI.K. Boston 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 x 2 .1. New Tork 0 0100000 01 8 2 natter! Boston, Bteelo and Donohue; New York. Lake and KleUiow. Two-baae hlt-3Donohue. Double plays Wafnfcr to Btahl; Morlarty to Laporte; Bteelo (un-asnUted.') Resolutions of inspect. Whereas it has ploused'God'to remove from our midst our bro ther, Olinrlos G. Robiusoii, Resolved, that in the dea(h of Brother Robinson Earlington Court, No 55, Tribe of Beu Hur, has met with an irreparable Iqss, the community an honorable -man and useful citizen, and Ins brothers and sisters a- devoted companiOH. Resolved, -that Earlingtoti court sympathise" with the bereaved brothers-and sisters in this hour of deep affliction and commend them to Him who dooth all thinjrs well. Resolvedj that those resolu tions bo published in Tiik Bee, .written. on the minutes of the lodfie. and aoopy bo sent to the family, under seal of the court. . 6. Hancock, Mrs. Elsik Hancock, JJIbs. M. .A- Desuon. f-nu ut iwitini in Three-Button Novelty Overcoat, No. 540. thavn the product of the average tevilor, incomparably superior to any ready-made stare clothing1 ever produced because they are made expressly for the individ ual who Is to wear them, from cloth and style of his own selec tion, exactly the way he wants them, by Ed. V. Price & Co. Chicago's foremost exclusive merchant tailors, who execute all our orders for made-to-measure garments for particular men. Their clothes meet every re quirement of style, shape, fit and quality at virtually the cost of ready-to-wear clothing. Leave your order now and secure best choice of 500 beautiful fabrics. Bourland & Mothershead, Earlingtoti, K.y. I'his life would Ieavo Friday night fqr Doiton, 2; New York, 1. Detroit. ' uoston The loeafe won a close irame,, Th nnllPA writ nnllflnu and nr. Uritl twv nn .. w-..vv ..-. ..-..-. . ... . , ,.t, nu .... , , . - M llhed-i raugomeius were maue to. 'nave pi' fleers detailed in the seminary. Sunj day About. 9:30. o;ciook jjunay Be fore the officers had arrived Zboralski walked into Father Buhacako akl's private ofnee and 'said:'!l want a diploma." . -,.. Your -presence is Most Ear St. Louie, 8; Detroit, 2. St Louis The Browns cupport of Pow ell fit the bat and In the Held Monday led to Detroit's defeat. The ncore R.H.E. fit, Loula 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 x K 9 0 Detroit 0 0 10 0 10 0 02 9 3 Batterien St. Louis, Powell and Smith; Detroit. Donovan and Schmidt Two baae hlta nooaman. Williams. Home run Stone. Double play Schmidt to Hosk NATIONAL LBAQUe. Launch Capsized;. Two Drowned. . Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 15. In the RapldB of Rainy river, near Fort Francis, Ont., Captain 11. 3. F. Sis sons, John Lockhart. and P. A. Atoh Ineou, wore drowned Monday through tho upsetting ot Captain Slsson'a launch., William t)6yM w"jSif avodJ Captain Slssons was an attorney and eaplaln la tho Eigtn resimvnt. Orooklyn, 3; New York, 4. New York A home run by Jordan, with two men on bases save tho IlrooK Irns a lead of threo runs in the nrst limine Monday, but thereafter Wiltie held them safe, nlthoush It took three fast double plays to pull him out toward tnn end. The score lt.II.HL Brooklyn ....3 00000000 03 10 0 New Tork ...0 00002010 14 8 1 Batteries Brooklyn Pastorlus. Itucker and Dunn; New Tork Wlltso and Bresna han. Two-baae hits Burch, Seymour 2. Three-base hit Seymour. Home run Jordan. Doubts playa Herioir to Bride well to Tenney: Bridewell to Hedaojr to Bresnahan, Devlin to Tenney. Hen, LAYS EGG IN WOMAN'S LAI. Passing In Air, Frightened by Automobile. Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 3. Philadelphia Krror by the home team helped Boiton win Monday's game. The deciding run was mado In the ninth In ning1 on a single by Sweener and a wild throw and a wild pitch by Moran. Boston 0 0102000 14 8 1 Philadelphia ..OOOOOS 03 7 S Battertaa Boston. Cippelle nnd Bpw erman; Philadelphia. Moron and Dooln. Double plays Knebe to Giant to Brans field, nranstietd to Knabe THREE-I LEAGUE Tho Three-1 Leair le bnsuball season Mided Monday with Sprlnglleld taking the fourth stralcht camo from Decatur. )ld wins the pennant by forty. one polntn with a percentage of 608; Do- SprlngOild wins the pennant outur Is soond with .56S Klrst Eame Bprliigtleld. 7-13-2: Deca tur, l-G-3, Seoond game Springfield, 4-9-0; Deeatur. 0-3-1. Cook Court Martial Ended. Washington, Sopt. 15. Tho trial bj court martial ot Captain Frank Cook, of the sustenance department, on a chargo ot conduot unbecoming uu of ileor aud a gentleman was concluded viutujuy. iiiu uiiuiuga waio uuv,H)tj.iii public; but will be referred to. yrosldeut, New York, Sept. 14. To one ot three women passengers In a big red automobile which passed along the Hudson County boulevard, near the Morris Canal, at a high speed Sunday afternoon, was presented a tresh-Iald egg from a ben. The hon, along with a dozen other chickens, was frightened by the machine, and they scattered across the road. Tho hen flew in tne air. As the car passed beneath her the hen laid the egg aud It dropped In the lap of tho woman and remained intact. Pursued by a Posse. Prairie du Rocher, 111., Sept. 13. A posse is searching the woods near hero for a tramp who attacked Belle Defienuo, the ten-year-old daughter of a farmer. With two companions she was going to school along the railroad track when tho -man appeared, picked her up an- carried her Into a corn field, where she was found halt an hour later. She furnished a good ue scrlptlon ot the fiend and his capture seems assured. Fall Opening 8 d - & X JLXVJ.CTH V IVUUVOLLU JL L4- llltjl V- JL j I Fall Millinery Opening f I s I On Friday and Saturday September 25th and 26th i - Shot to Death by Brother. Chicago, Sopt. 13. James Flynn. 27, was shot and killed by Maurice, 32, bis brother, at the lattor's homo ou tho wost sldo, early Saturday. Tho police believe tho victim was murdered in a drsnkon quarrel, and have arrested the slayer and another brother, David, 34. Tho prisoners doolaro the killing was the result of an aooldont. Yellow Fever In Havana Reported. Havana, Sept. 16. A case of yellow fever In Havana Is reported and an order has been.' isauod lorblddlug the the officers und men at Camp Columbia, 1 .Aminw IntA t It A .tiles UUUA -VUi& IMW W W f W J W 999 -4--4 I hie H vhihifmn nn r. q Hii" ting Display of all the Latest and 2 Most Fashionable Millinery s QaTIIo 6 muuuo, You arc Welcome AILEEN N Madisonville, Rvvirjr.vwi a. HENDRICKS ." Kentucky. 0 UBLi