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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 26 June 1906

jkt C 4 a I d 10l0 7lIIM rne 3 nrrirnNIN r n SEVEN El 1 r uUAQ L11 CI I1Nc tJ THE I lIII MAN ON THE BOX AiacGRATHt t 4 M tM Yrr cat j eon i1 W e1 i Cyrrlaki nn S1 NNscut Casu t I t lie boot closo to It Here was the t sea hero was the land hero the num i her of soldiers cannon rounds of am 1 munition resources In the matter of procuring aid the telegraph the rail ways everything was heroon this pale waxen cloth everything but a name Ho stared at It bewildered lie couldnt V understand what a plan of this sort was doing outside tho war < le pirtmcnt Instaptly he became a soldier he I forgot that ho was masquerading as a Broom ho forgot everything but this mute thing staring > up Into his face Underneath on a little shelf ho saw a stack ot worn envelopes Ho looked at them Itough drafts of planet I rat Governors Island Fortress Monroe What did It mean What could it mean He searched and found plans plans plans of harbors plans of coast defenses plans ot ships building plans of full ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 26 June 1906

nn r I t vrsRiver 1 Rivet Stages Cairo tv J237 01 rise Chattanooga t CC 06 rise Cincinnati 119 04 ria0 ria0dhranevfllo Florence 27 StV Jbhnsonvlllo GO 04 rail Louisville 47 01 rlso SU Carmel 30 Sli d NMHYlilo 80 02 tall L Pltfsburg 55 04 tall Davis Island TJam 47 08 tall i I St lx > al 211 09 fall Mt Vernon 70 03 fall Paducah 104 Std The wharf was so dull this morn log that the wharfmaslor Captain Drown took a hand at stevedoring to keep busy The river too Is listless the gauge showing a stago of 104 wlthnelthcr rise nor tall In tho last three days I The United States dredgeboat Ho ta arrived last night towed by the Lola The Beta Is a largo Mlsslfislp VI river dredge Tho U S 8 Wave Rock probably will leave today al ter receiving repairs to Its boilers The Fanny Wallace will be let of tho dry docks In the next day or so and the Button will bo raised out of tho river for repairs Tbo Dunbar was six hours late < starting yesterday for Clarksvillc Tho Dunbar will bo duo hero Wed nc...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

w Ir It I ntitu 1t nD < c ftI f I 1VOL XVIII NO 150 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 27 1906 10 CENTS PER V EK I e PLEA OF INSANITY I yFOR HARRY THAW e i I i Alienists Declare Ho ShOWH Syiuploiiis of Paresis 1 I Hits of HUtory Tlui < DNctoM 1 Life of liluimi amt IIIOIII lolIlIlJhrlrI l I llonlauna p r1 Hiqil lilFK IN PITTKIIUIUI t Ii Nciv York Juno 27 Harry Ken t ilnl Thaw of PlUisburg brother of the Countess of Yarmontli who shot and killed Stanford Wlilto tbo noted architect last night Is a prisoner In the Tomb today Thaw admit the killing1 pleading that bps act was Jus I lifted that ho had wrecked the life of his wife the beautiful Florence t 1 t iJveln Ntlsbllt whoso mnrrlale to I 4fbR scarcely more than a year ago Ivia one of tha scnsadons of the b ImoThe The coroner set tho Inquest for Tluirwtay and counsel on both sides rilc lrcd thai the case bo submitted to this months Brand Jury i J Thaws defense probably will bo Qlnllanlty and already three noted alienists have bee...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

y tNDc14M9AY JUlft tt7j IOlt 111llMA ERROR + t ST GAME 0 IN NINTH INNING Indians and Yiuceiincs Have Close Match CallolJrolCI Second Ilare After v > Luting to TnltKmlcrii In One sided Contest o HOOSIKHS NOW THE LEADERS Team Standing StandingAV W L Id Vlncennes 30 21 58S Cairo 31 22 587 Jacksonville 20 25 510 Danville 20 27 491 VoducAh ttl 20 KK Mattoon 19 32 373 Yesterdays Itosult Vlncennes 3 Paducah 2 MstlooD 7 Cairo 4 Danville 3 Jacksonville 2 Todnya SChe119Ioe Paducah at Vlncennes Cairo at Mattoon Danville at Jacksonville Indians lose Through Emir iVIncennos IndFune27Tbe In dians lost yesterday through errors at ciltlcal times during thb game The game wac a pltcheis battle from start to finish JUg < Tadlock was pitted against + Rubo Whltley and both twtrlers showed excellent form The first hit ot the game was made by tho Hoosiers In the seventh Inning Tne score at this time stood 2 to 2 the scoro being secured on errors In the ninth Inning the Indians permitted a man to get...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

PA6L j Tl ligy s Mt s rC xa NWRD 1 SD tYrF FIRST DIAMOND NOT RECOGNIZED I Itrilliimt INilihlo IIiul Variet 11IIt lixtleliIiCeS l CiiUiiiitMi IlJiyjil 1 With It thud XJRI lifts l AJinlitil Stoiii Worth Mniiy HuxlittK SOUTH AFIIIOAX MINIX LAXIK Thonrst diamond In South Africa was found l > y the children of a trek king Boer named Daniel Jacobs said Gardner F Williams recently manager of the De Deer diamond mines Ho was a poor farmer who mado Ilse home In a squalid Imvel I on thu banks of tho Orange river near the little settlement of HopetoWn It was ruugldy partitioned to form a bed room And kitchen and Its earthen floor was smeared weekly with a pol Ishing pasta of fifth and water Fath or 11Il1 her and children slept together on a rude frame overlaeeJ with raw hide strips Hero the children were brought up with llltlo more care than alto goats and sheep that browsed on tho kopjes When the herds were turned out of tho kraal the children Tan after them and roamed over the pasture lan...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

r t off XESDAY JUNK 47 QX TJ EOTNINE PAOroUKr o I ytfje JJaaucah gun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY I BY TUB SUN PUBL1SHINOCO INCOItPORATID F M FISHER Pmldent KDWIM J PAXTON General Slinger SUBSCRIPTION RATES Kitcredal the postotnceat Ia rah K jt u second class matter THE DAILY SUN 81 carrier per week l 10 llf mall per month In advance 40 Hy mall per year In advance 4M THE WEEKLY SUN Per year bj mall postage Puldll00 Addreu TlIE SUN Iaducah Ky OrncK I South Third TiLtrnomj ft laae Young Chicago and New York rep reientatUea TilE SUN can be found at the following places IL D ClemenU S Co Van Culln Urns Ialmer House John Wllbelm WKDXRSIUY JUXU 27 CIRCULATION STATEMENT Mar 14046 Mar 163941 liar 24044 MayI73939 Mar 34054 Mar 18394 May 44076 Mar 19393 May 1i3995 1IIay213936 May 73983 1IIay223906 Mar 84049 May233911 May 94100 May243912 Mayl04097 1IIay253922 Mayll4109 Mar 26 T397 May124087 May 28396 + Mny144081 May 293941 May 164013 May 30 396 May 31 409 4 L Total 10802 Average for May 19QG4001 Avera...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

PAGE FIVEM tEn PJCDTJO B EVENnm UTI r y I Fine Waists Cheap For the remaining season all our French Waists will be sold at a great sacrifice THESE PRICES GO ON IN THE MORNING These prices include our finest waists 414oo French Waists band embroidered nude ot French 7 KH inuslln m1 g 7 1UU j ta Jo Art or Irish Lluen I band embroidered welds long 1 or OG fC short sleeves ODidU lloou Kinbroldered Waists longer ihoit slcevcf Ircnch C QC QCValenclnc Valentines trimmed inputted muslin M vDiw J ll S9S French Muslin WIsts embroidered beautifully lice A QQ QQlilmined I 1750 Imp jrttdweUU made of Llnptrle Muslin imbroldered rl 7C tmbroideredby S4 75 by lund amt a work of art = 1i I d 317 3171 I Broadway Broadway I 1I 01I Iae1 I LOCAL LfMS 1 t For Dr Pcndloy ring no < Why bother get In line and clean out those mean roaches mice And rata Une Kamleltera extermln r ator Modern dentistry modern prices sjyfl painless method Firstclass work I guaranteed lllll Dental company 204 Si Broadway t t Th...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

r rr xxsy y a LT PAJRCiJPX1TJ1 r U j r jI I I The Best Service I Servicesl foto J THE public is enttled t to t IL I sextiet accurate information and 1 intelligent and courteous treatment Help the manI I i dgcment to give it bya t j IeKICK I 1 i j when you du not get it I ThePaducah LighfPower Co I I IED6AR W WHITTEMORE 1 Real Estate AgencyI I IPREE I REAL ESTATE PRICE LIST I Fraternity Building Both Phones 835 1 I c I I CARE FOR YOUR DOLLARS Money carefully nmtuted wtll develop and expand s Its growth toiarge proportions Is nnly a matter of time This bank war otganiz + d for the purpose of caring for savings You can open an account for one dollar or more and it will earn you 4 per cent per annum compounded twice a year You ougbtI I to start todiv Open Saturday nights = nightsMeclianics Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank 227 Broadway w nH nn r I Before Trading Your Old Bicyclej j Jn on a New One See I + WILLI4MS BICYCLE CO I North Fifth St Next Kentucky Theatre They can save you mone...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

It j < f t 1 Ifi WMDNMDAVv JUKE 2TOda EV i lPrear SEVEN fI ITHE I THE MAN ON THE BOX 4 M HAROLD MacGRATH anew t Ira t t f I 1 GI1dsKgaaTMNNalrrlltGuat r I The woman i am rich iTomise that If poverty should ever come to 1you you will come to mo The Girl puzzled I do not under nAnd you nt alit The Woman Promise I i The Girl I promise but The Woman Thank you Betty The Girl growing serious What Is ill this about Grace You look so earnest f ii I mrnoitTho Woman Somo day you will understand Will you answer mo one question as a daughter would answer her mother The Olrl gravely Yes Tho Woman Would you marry a t ejtitle j for the titles sake The Girl Indignantly n The Woman Yes would you7 Tho Girl I shall marry the man I love and It not him nobody I mean of course when I love The Woman Blushing again My dear Is Karloff anything to you T40 Girl Karloff Mercy no He Is handsome and fascinating and rich but I could not love him It would be t easier l to loveto love my groom out t tide IideTho...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 27 June 1906

J t rl 1nw I WEDN4 Ytmnflv P iI = I 1 FIFTEEN YEARS FOR HOLLOWEL L J Negro Murderer Last Tricda f I < Special Term o < v Six Convictions dare Ilern StcIllTd tIj Aggregating ThlilyTliife r < YoW t 7 F NEWS FROM ALL THU COURTS The special criminal term of iMc Cracken circuit court came to a clos > I yesterday afternoon when tho fur soY brought In a verdict In tho murder r case of Henry llollowell colored Hollowoll was charged with kllllni George Travis both colored Tho two t wire In a room with several other ne groes on tho south ride shortly bcfon I Christmas 1305 and got Into afilbt1 Hollowoll pulled a gun and started ti I shoot Travis got the contents of thi 0 I I revolver llollowell claimed he was I I shooting at another anJ that the kill Ipg of Travis wag accidental The < t Jury gave him 1C years In the pent tcntlary I tcntdaryDuring this term of court then i were six convictions They were I Henry Hollowell colored murder II ycarsi James Drane colored murder four y...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

U r n s y h 0 Il l fit Vxbiu4b futniug ntt p ii B f VOL XVIII NO 157 PADUOAH ICY THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 28 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK E 4SHAW NOT INSANE it 14 l M THE ALIENIST 1 I 1r j r Defense of Unwritten Law U iMoliath i 3Iancnv I r I J Trrrllilit I Tnle About Conduct lr Ilk It I i Victim niul WnmgM Hi Has Often h j Iiilllcliil l I If Till coHoxiws JIIIJY mIOItTS t I flat t I I i Yw foil limit HTh Krnml Jury thin nfrvniixin lllid 1111 Indictment liarulinf Hairy Tliniv tilth iniiidiT In tlm llrsl degnv I New York June 28 ThoaHenUi s appointed by tlio district nllornny t office to examine Into Harry K I I tF Thaws mental condition reported In I 1I UMstant + District Attorney Nolt to day that So far as they are able to d o I tcimlne he Is perfectly sane Tho re t port wasmado with the retcrvatjon M L juw York June 28 Thu exams nation Into Thaws mental condition by the three prominent alienists 10 lected for that task by the district at torncy olflco was continued Thu j f prisoner was tak...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

THTHMTAT rttJXK PIi toyjidOTGs 8fOJ 1 t 11POUHDBDIIILBR j ALLOYBRTHE LOT II I Hoosivm Take Another From 1 iIlIlI i i Ij Vlio JInke E 110 honiva u j t > 1 l 1 I I 1 Cairo Folia Victim to Tiillomlors Olv ingIncentwsTlgldcr CIJllIl 1 j on JA ltd ltdI I 1fLUT OP TUB SRIUKS TODAY ij > Tfani Standing f W L Pet Vlncennes 31 21 690 ACalro lSl 123 B74 Jacksonville 27 25 519 VDanvllle 26 28 481 dPmlurnli 2i HO N4 Walloon = < > 32 38R J J I t Yesterdays Itt sultA Vlnrennes C 1ailncah 2 Jacksonville Danvllle 3 Mattoon C Cairo 1 t t r Today Schedule Paducah at Vlncennes Cairo at Mattoon t Danville at Jacksonville Howlers Take Second lame Vincenues Inilr June 28The llooslers hIt a batting streak ana 1tI I was 23 for the Indians after the jflrst Inning The Hooslere batting I could not be stopped and the Indiana piled up costly errors at critical times Chief Lloyd trotted out Dig Fred Miller against Perdue of Red Coat fame and the first Inning the Indians did fairly well securing a coup...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

J i Gfi > y rAGK THREE rrHJlpDU An EVENINGS StX1T nilURSI > AY JUNE M < P SENATE TREASON I tIS BAILEYS TEXT Y t > I Shows Some Gross 31 fasi nt < i inonls ill AiHclq I 1 r fCis CiiNniOKillflii Miipilnp Is Onnitl hI l Jfoni Who KnijiloyH It fur Ills I e 5 Own KiiK t 51 I t i I r ImlIUlmATlosit t 1 r Washington Juno 8Tho lint nrt t I 1 tlclos running through the < Jo mopoll tan Magazine under tho head of Troll I r ton In the Semite was made today todayI 1 by Senator Hallcy of Texas who spoke especially of the attack upon 1 J r 4 himself and generally of ilia attacks upon other sonaton Tho Texas senator read a portion of hit speech from manuscript and ho epoko with even moro than orJInary deliberation Beginning with tho statement that lip did not make It a practice to take notice of criticisms he said that the fact that tho Cosmopoli k tan Is owned by n member of congress po takes this out of tho general rule 1 1 i Ho said that he had l cen Informed that several month...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

J > rAolfiJn U It HURSDAY JUNG M + t A g fdDeR 1iOXHTEYENINGI9 I Cit rtjc ttPQbutal Sun I AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY bY TUB SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED V M PISRIR Pmldent KDWIK J PAXTON General Manager SUBSCHIPTION RATES Eawrolat the po toOc at lailucah Kyt at flawed class matter THE DAILY SUN Dt carrier ptr week t 10 117 mall per month In adranee 40 Of mall per ear In adrance 460 THE WEEKLY SUN Per year by mall postage paldllOI Address THE SUN Paducah Kj Orrici 111 South Third TiLirnonEi SM Pajae YOUCE Cblcaeo and new York rep mentalUes T1IB SUN can be found at the tollowtnj places n D Clements R Co Van Culln Dros Palmer House John Wllhelma I r II TlltllSDAY JCXK iM CmCULATION STATEMENT liar 14045 Mar 163941 liar 24014 War 173939 liar 34054 Ia183940 liar 44076 May193936 Mar 63996 Mar 213936 May 73988 May223906 May 84049 May233911 May 94100 May243012 Ma104097 Mar 253922 layll4109 1IIa263976 May124087 May283964 Mar 144081 Mar 293948 May164013 May3039G7 May3039G7May Mar 314094 r Total...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

n fis A T1 4 e Peon fHB PSDUOAH EVENING UTx1IUSDt JUNE 28 E 1 to T < Fine Waists Cheap iW the remaining season all our French Waists will be sold at a great saciifice THESE PRICES GO ON IN THE MORNING These price Include our finest waist f 1400 French Waists html embroidered I I nude of French 07 Cfl i Cflsuuillu fit 50 Art or Irish Linen I baud embroidered waists long or fD QC short sleeves c695 iooo Embroidered Waists long or short elcever French CC 0 R RValenclnes Valenclnes trimmed Imported muslin M M WUiOU i t 898 French Muslin Waists l a mbroldercd beautifully I I lice I QQ QQttlmmed ttlmmed i long or abort sleeves licetA r 8 1750 Imported waists made of Lingerie Muslin embroidered f A 7R 10air 475 Z by hand and a work of art wfi 0 317 a I Broadway L ir jI j I LOCAL LINES I tFor t Dr Pcndloy ring 1 1C Why bother get In lino and IIndI I and rat Uee Kuruloltora cxlormln I ator The Ladles Mite society of the rk It First Baptist church will moot Fri day afternoon At 4 oclock Wi...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

I I 0 PAGE IIZt BVBNTNQ BTJW TIIUHSnlY JUXR 28 I J FJ I j I A NEVV DEPARTURE DEPARTUREI I c Taking Timo by The Forelook All observing people must have noticed a crowing sentiment in this country In favor of using onv putup foods and medicines of kno II com position It Is but natural that one should have some Interest In the com position of that which he IK expected to swallow whether it bo food drink 1or 1 medicine This sentiment has m united in the Introduction In the legis lature of many of the States as also lu the Congress of the Uniteti StJsi bills providing for the publication of formula or Ingredients on wrappers and labels of medicines and foods put up for general consumption Recognizing this growing disposition on the part of the public generally And satisfied that the fullest publicity ran only add to the well eamed refu tation of his proprietary medicines Dr n V Pierce of Buffalo N Y has taken time by the forelock as it i were and Is publishing broadcast and on each bottl...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

n z I TTf 7BAnAYJ rxDv xIEPAGESF > Lal 1 J THE I MAN ON THE BOX I r HAROLD MacGRATH nf 1 folni CMsbM1rIr t rJc IBM n BM 4f Mitll Cn I What do you meant hoarsely I mean that your daughter must be come my wife or I shall notify your government that you have attempted to betray It You dishonorable wretch I The colonel balled his fists and protruded his lather lip Only the table stood between them That term or another It does not matter The fact remains that you have sold to me the fortification plans C of your country and though It be In times of peace you are none the less guilty and culpable Your daughter shall be my wife I had rather strangle her with these bands passionately Well why should I not have her for my wife Who loves her more than It I am rich from hour to hour from day to day what shall I not plan to make her happy I love her vylth all the fire and violence of mv nco and blood I can not help It I will not call not live without her I Good Cod S yew I recognize the vlll...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 June 1906

7 v wwr T w J 7 e dais 1 = WUMDtTniNKW f f KB ESDUOSH 1VM INi SUN idB KldHl Y F OFFICIAL PARTY ON JUNKET TRIP t To Inspect Proposed Street Hallway Route Finance Committee Will Appraise the West HOIIM + antI Gravel linuk I c Prop ri lev T i i j OFFERS MADK FOR PURCIlASf i ii i i Wanted a big wagon I I Alderman W T Miller Js callIng 1 I for this convenience because he has i a dray load of councilmen street rail iway men and Interested citizens to haul around the city tomorrow after rnoon r to get a line on some com 1 mlttee work The proposed Nineteenth street ex tension or the street railway system the old city pest house and the gray el bank are to be Inspected The last two pieces of property may be sold and some real estate men will be ta ken on the trip to appraise the prop erty ertyAn offer of 1000 has been made for the pest house Ed Terrell wants the gravel bank It the sums offered Uf satisfactory after nu appraise ment the deals may be made Some people desire the street rail way...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 29 June 1906

4 I k W I < Twe1v PACES I Today j ibtttD1i t ig 1ti T VOL XVIII NO 158 PADUCAH ICY FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 29 1906 10 CENTS PER > WEEK NOT GUILTY PLEA I IENTERED BY THAW Counsel 1crniitteil to Change Uy Tuesday Wife Is Treated With Coiixlilrrullou lljr Htatoii Attorney Before Jnuul jury j jliiolUl S OK oiiiKDERUD MAN I 4 Now York Junq DlIarry K 1 Thaw pleaded not guilty to tho mur 1 der ot Stantord White today Hit counsel former JudgiS Olcott made a formal request of Judge Cowing be fore whom Thaw was arraigned to withdraw the pica by next Tuesday f J Inc rder that Puny motion might bo f rInado or other plea entered Tho re quest wag granted and tho prisoner I Iremanded I back to the Tombs Subject Too 1llItlllI 0 New York Jun 21lrl Thaws J testimony before the grand Jury was ar follow followAra Are you the wife ot Harry K Thaw accused ot tho murder ot Stanford White asked Assistant District Attorney Garvnn 9 nm replied lira Thaw Were you present Hi tho time of tho shooting of White...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 29 June 1906

R + i L1wr O I1T I I THE PADUOAH EVENING SUN I f IUDVV JUNK at c h lr J 1 r I 1HERIFFS 8 SALE F THE J JB LEICH STOCK 1 r JEJ V ORDER OF THE COURT the entire stock of J Jt Bleich 224 Broadway consisting of Watches Clocks Diamondst I 1 l1 and Jewelry will be placed on sale at public auction next Monday afternoon at 2 oclock ant for ten whole days the people of Padu jcah will be treated to such a carnival of valuegiving as they have never seen before This is a bona fide sheriffs sale and absolutely ndth fclg will be reserved This means you will have an opportunity to buy practically at your own price anything you wish in one of the oldest established jewelry houses in this city Every day between the hours of 2 to 530 and 7 to 10 oclock we will put up anything in ffie store at your request Everything must be sold This will be a splendid opportunity to stock up on silver and cut glass Remember that a + j 4at t N This Auction Starts Monday July 2nd at 2 P mj j xn x y of I 1 f = J BIRCHS J...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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