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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 14 September 1906

F tAOK THflBB ran KCDxroxa l B ENINGB RUMr FniDY SKPTEMBKH 14t I l MEANSw r WHAT HE HAS SAID y r 1 LOllisI tviII With Soldiers i 1 I 4tA It HarRl Joes on 11 uit nlli aY JiukM n mid Violently Aftsnila NiwnMiper Mini iotTQits MKKT AT OWKNSHOUO t 1 i Louisville Sept 1IJI Kov Beck ham ndvfscd Mayor narth this after 1 noonthat It was his dcslro that tho i saloon and theaters In Louisville bo closed on Sundays und that If the S duiayor and board of public safety did not at present have sufficient police power to close such places ho the governor would atslst In furnishing furnishingI I tho necessary assistance meaning thereby that If necessary the militia would be called out to enforce the jSiindayobKorvanco laws 1 i Piprrs Ar Served 1aperst t t were served on the officers of the George Wlcdemann Drawing com pany Newport today by Sheriff John N agcd on indictments against the company toy tho Hocyio county 4grand C Jury Twentytwo Indictments 1were returned end the ease are net for December...

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. — 14 September 1906

r > + T t M n y 7r7 11T w trd c I J 4 r eN PAO 1tM8 jxn J J abucal l dune J fj AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY 1IY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO I 4 INCORPORATED INCORPORIITLOFSL President F ED wm J PAXTOK Qener l Nan cer j nberlr3P1x1ONdeneralManagers3UBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES I 1Eakr 1 ed a the postofflca at Paducah Ky u ieeoo4elu matter THE DAILY SUN 07 carrier per week 110 BT mill per month ID dT nceM 40 t Yl mill per year In advance IK THE WEEKLY SUN Ftt pear by mail postage p ldllOO i i Address THE SUN Paducah Ky oniam ll South Third TinmoKM 158 Payne A Young Chicago and New York rep reNMtauea I t t lTHE SUN un be found at the foUowlDil < meet f meetR v KD Clement OO Vim Culln BrO Palmer House John wlthetms 11 is FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 CIRCULATION STATEMENT i August 13S36 August 173888 August 23518 August 183871 August 33883 August 203852 j < August 43864 August 213811 August G3SG3 August 223834 1 VAugust 72s9 August 233833 Itgust 83916 August 2438U st 03927 August 254220 1 August 103...

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. — 14 September 1906

i 7 ILWL jI I i 41 hhLjL if s r FRIDAY 8KPTEMBKR 14i UHE PADUOAHEVUNI1f SUN aollIt t y New Fall Suits i in abundant quantities will be shown I at our store tomorrow morning All I 9 the new shapes and colors as well as t the newest and latest styles > l o 311 Broadwatrl r 4 t 317 Broadway I Korrect Dressers lor Ladies and Children f < fj1 j ChildrenI I 41 LOCAL UKElfl For Dr Pondloy ring 410 C L Drunson Co haro mov ed their flower store to C29 DroaJ i way Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 Broadway phpno 196 Horn to Mn and Mm William Mlnnlch Empire flat a boy baby this morning O a morningOld Old Reliable Cartervllle 111 t washed nut and egg coal Is I the t cheapest Bradley lira Phono 339 A Something newA clover mag azine for tho railroad man Twill too Interest everyone but has an especial attraction for the I railroad man and his family Gut tho first number only lOc II D Clements CoDo Do notho deceived Bradley Bros are solo agents for Carlcrvlllo 111 washed coal Ihono 339 Dr Carl M Sc...

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. — 14 September 1906

t 4 vU l I 4 rANll I Pkuuo tvj Q o 1ft1W 4 f F tIDtYirrrllnlat It LEPROSY CURABLE SAYS THE CONSUL i 1IaB ailc Careful Jllv stlrn tilea of Subjects I Cnnhrcl 1 Ilonst heel IH Pnvliolleil hut iturcss ls Icncinlly Adopted Klscwlicre LAUUL ALLOWED TO KKMAIN Y µ I Wartlngton Sept 14 = After did playing rare heroism bye the devo tion of a lifetime to a study of lep rosy Eugene E < Plumacbor Atnorl can consul at Maracalbo Venezuela hUB dccldtd that the dread malady Is not contagious but Is hereditary to a degree not reached fir any other disease Ho has made an exhaustive report to the state department tell lug of his personal attendance up on lepers afflicted In the most re volting form HIs report Indicates that leprosy Is curable but there Is little hope In Venezutla or other La tinAmerican leper colonies where nutritious foods are expensive and drugs rarely arc provided Using a t secret which ho obtained through SCif S C Bothwell now marshal of the supremo court of Porto Rico ha exper...

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. — 14 September 1906

1 c c r gjlf IrIrii g 4 t jr I1Lyc IIJII fJ 3JCX g IiISi flJ T I th Bath Comedy j By AGNES and EGERTON CASTLE Auvhs V The Pride Jtnnlco S II I I t t i J COPYRIGHT 1900qBY ECERTON CASTLE pc Outside Sir Jaspers l dressing room the listened Sue could h l ttr him stamp I about III lie uindv hit toilet and curse his man She put out her litjnd to knock but tliu memory of his stern repujne to her loot appeal robbed her of all courage IhoultlJtb I she hut when he come out I will i9TIiese These swords said Sir Jasper Tvltliln I will take In the carriage 1 exK > ct Mr Stnffdrd and n friend to roll for mo In half nu hour Do you > understand sirrah And hark ye I where ore the pistols 4181uls 4 echoed Lnily StandUli and her heart beat to suffocation There was a paiue Here Kir Jasper said the valet t thenNow a Now mark whnt I say said Sir Jasper Impressively Lord Mnrkhaui will cull ut 11 Let the rurrlcle bt lu waiting Tell my lord that I will meet him llvo mlnulc > tU > foro the half ...

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. — 14 September 1906

L J Darr h Tm rADTJOAH EVENING SUN r 1wi1 1 waiI 14 t2LLrT flj 1 tJ I UTfITT S i < s i 3 = ° a BRO IAI4 IY PADCA 1c tf M I STABLISHBD 1868 1 t I 1 Fall Styles in Correct Clothes for Men v v tfc 1IIf I T this season of the year you probably give more than a casual thought to the clothes question if you dont you should The best I styles and fancies of the year are always brought out in the fall models aid it behooves every man who will be stylishly clressedI to post himself as to what he should wear It gives us great pleasure to inform you that having made an exhaustive study of the new seasons styletendency and having prepared our fall designs in accordance therewith we now Have ready for inspection the most complete correct and elegant display of gentlemens wearing apparel ever shown in the city of Paducah Swagger Overcoats fairly bristling with style splendidly fashioned Suits with form tracing coats of generous length some with vents and others without all made by the foremost ...

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. — 15 September 1906

c 9 w 4ri W r r T i t tbc Ptiuab Rthiiflth UU + 4 I 1 VOL XVIII NO 225 PADUCAH KY SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 15 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK ADMITS ROBBERY 1 sr tOF CLAUDE BASS James Grahnm Makes Clear Breast of His Crime E Tcllx Patrolman Clark Who Workw c JVl CaNe Again t Him About t 1tho 1 j Murder i STILL PLEADS MELFDEFEXSI JumoB Franklin Graham slayer of Claude Bass mado a full confession yesterday afternoon and this morn ing detailing tho mlmito circum BtanccH of the killing admitting ho heroi i for good because he learned Bass was dead The statements were mado to Patrolman James Clark the man who got tho first clew to the Identity of the Mayer and who worked the vase up from start to finish Graham will beg tho mercy of the court but Jr 1 his plea will stilt be self defonee J I killed Claude Bass In telfdc fcnso this will bo my pica before the court and I now believe that a truo statement of the story will bo bettor for mo Graham said to Patrolman ClarkGraham Graham learned that Oln...

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. — 15 September 1906

o r I 11t r Ii PAUL TWO1 HE PATJfjOAB E a fiNIKUf SUN elTilirrili I3PTKMIUSII 18 1i t 1 N w M t t L i iNiNNNNiNNWwaNN 1 d WWINf I r r iNiWNiVWrITfffiiS f HEATRICAL i IbTES WHNNM I 1 THIS AVHRK AT Tin KBXTUCKY TIIGATKh Monday Nlsit Lyninn 11 Howes Llfebrnnm LlfebrnnmThursday Thursday Night Mnharas > Iln slrclx h Friday XIhtUTho Phantom Bo teethe tectiveSaturday T Saturday Mntlnoe nnil Night uTile Thoroughbred Tramp Mr liova Coming Soon The original Ionian IL Howe 1 Strikes Six Is also among the song hits together with Mine Mine FlJo Babe What Would You Do Without Us It will bo tho aUrac tlon at tho kentucky Friday night of next wteki i Mnimrn llios Minstrels Great Interest Is arousedamong the amusement goers In the announcer met that Mahara Bros Big Minstrel company will appear j The Kentucky on Thursday in Its entirety The programs In three l d visions Mln Moving Picture company will exhib it In The Kentucky theater on Mon day nlgbt of next week Mr Howes t exhibition always has a...

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. — 15 September 1906

H > d J f AI AIr H PADt10 YENINO BUa i A qrl l1 SEMR1tBER A IT1e T1e Week In Society r GZ Ir Jnll t Two shall be born tho whole wIde f wprld apart npdt n t have no thought Each of the others buing and iio heed And lhese oer unknown oas to un known lands Shall cross escaping wreck defying I dtjsjthj And all uhrorisclously shape every act And bond each wandering ltep to > vthls tine end Than one day out of darkness they shall moot And tcgjj llfes mcatilnK In each + t t + others ej s And two shQll walk some narrow 1 way of lira LSo nearly sldo by sldo that should t one turn i Elljlo tlttlo space to left or right They ncCls t nnjjt stand acknowledged face to t fare And yet with wistful < eycfl that never I meet u With cr tlnj5ihnnlsyatk never clasp ncd lips Calling in vain to < ars tha t never lu > > Jsa > They ISffikcacb other nil their weary dax tAnd dlo unsatisfied and this le fl1t901 Spaulding J 0 J lormisl I ot grton doc a week to by In Pa dliroh jofltal life w...

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. — 15 September 1906

I 0 J Jj I PAGI IBM P 3tfoMTIJIUtY HEPTKSmRn Ift 4 JabutaIj l Stan AFTCRNOON AND WEEKLY Y THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED 5 F M KisrtitR Pretldent EDWIN J FAZTOX General Manager i SUBSCRIPTION RATES loredat the postofflcoat Paducah ICyi M second class matter THE DAILY SUN P carrier per weeK 10 87 mall per month In adrance CO d ill mall per year In advance 160 I THE WEEKLY SUN Per year bj mail postsie iaMllOO X AOareMTUE SUN Paducah Ky tn Ill South Third laxaPUOJrH Kl Pajns A Young Chicago and New York rep JtlTe fIlE SUN can bi found at the following I D dementi fc Oo M Culln Bros aimer Botua oWllhelm J iII I SATURDAY SEITE mElt 15 CIRCULATION STATEMENT ugust 13S3C August 173888 L lgu t 23848 August 183871 J HKU8t 33883 August 20 3852 Ugust 43864 August 213811 t gust 63863 August 223834 gust 73879 August 233833 Ugust 83916 II August 243841 Ugust 93927 f August 25 4220 uguBt 10389C August 2738G5 gust 11 3951 August 28 3849 ugust 13 3894 August 294327 I Ugust 14 3885 August 30 4330 ...

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. — 15 September 1906

rj y wrre > A p r > t II N 1 a TtmntY RrrTElrnrrl flu rrIIE PADUOXH EVENING5 SUN1AOIt ILp r rr r r I New Fall > Suits In abundant quantities will be shown z at our store tomorrow morning All S the new shapes and colors as well as i stylest t 317 s IBroadw I Y a 311 Broadway I I 1 Korrect Dressers for Ladies and Children 1 I LOCAL LIJYJSS For Dr Peudloy ring 4 1C C L Brunson Co have mov ed their flower atoro to 529 Broad t way C ° Tho MergenthalerHorton Bas ket company has1 leased a tract ott land adjoining Its present plant and will begin at once the erection of u I dry kiln to cost 5000 ror drying 1 the thousand baskets turned out I 11 dally I 4Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 13 Broadway Phone 19G 1 Ilr Louis MV Rlcke of the firm t of C II Uleke Sons and one of the Mat known wholesale merchants 1 of 1JKliicali has 10 far recovered from a serious Illness of several wka duration as to bo ablo to ride I In his carriage a short while each day Mr Rleko wilt be strong enough to return ...

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. — 15 September 1906

vt t < U AttPTFDfn rjjv EN R7U I J i TEACPME l + ON NEXT FRIDAY e t I v J t Will Plan COUl t of Study For JJli6 treat F i ar > TwoiNevr MwftiwTH > Y Meilt6 Ko lt t Next AVer k lIs4 Lucy Sot i mill lrt > f miler ry 1 1 k VATTENDAXCH IS KXCOUIUOINO t I t The date of the first monthly meet ing of city school teacher has been set for Friday September 2 1 aril at the meeting a course lit study will be Detected It Is expected that twine + professional course will bo adopted Several have been mentioned but no particular one Learns to be favored i Monday wo will start out with two new teachers said SUIIl Lelb lelbI I this morning We had to fill two vacancies Ohe was the plat o of Sirs Anna Broaderson at the Frank lin building and the other Prof W E Everts assistant principal Tho former place vas flled by the appoint meat of Misa Lucy Scott and the lat ter by the appointment of Prof George F mll r iJ was agreed thnti I the committee an Jlr giuuld make t the selection Beciuso of t...

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. — 15 September 1906

n q r 1v Ir7r T 2r 1u JI rllW1 f1 t I IVEDN itHoI 1 I i t T I jc j allva1Uj11l rA1JUUAII JI5 S4ITURflAY IPrIII3EIt its i 11 1f f 1fI I iJhe Bath Gontedy By AGNES arid EGERTON CASTLE I Author tif The Pride of Jennlco f 11 ICOJ I YRICJIT 1000 BV ECERTON CAJTIUB She leaned forward t6 t look eagerly lit lIm ns he knelt Her breath orll I t his cheek Through her mnsk he snr beautiful blick ryes deep decj How wlilte the sklu wns upon her nock and chin how fino Its grain What little wniitpn curls upon her bend What a frngrnnco bf flowers In the air How ho longed to pluck that mask away nnd 1 yet how tho very mystery lured him held html I L Who are you ° said ho lu n low quick whisper Let mo ceo your 11 I faceI fSho forbade his Indiscreet I hand with t a little shriek i No no no you must never nee t never know Thai would IN terrible Then ho placed both his hnnds nil unconsciously I upbii licrn nud then Him caught them both nnd held them and lie felt that her weak grnsp I wns toI I him nn str...

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. — 15 September 1906

ar r t r rr s t 4NATUFIDA1tlHNTl5HEkR 15 T1Blf1 P ADtJOA < H IEVENiNG BUNt SATURDAY BHPTHMBKR R T A TIle Store Storefor for Thrifty People JOur store news IPill br giLfll illhp paper all ThllrJdllJS llld U SaturdaJs The Illness of a relative of one of r tho principals was all that prevented a well planned and well matched bout between young Paducah society men last night Tho rival amateurs who had been In training for several weeks and with a1 Arrangement well settled the fight to bo pulled oil at a public hall In the downtown dls r r trict wero forced to call It off at the i last minute as the result of the sud den illness of a little sister This was an awful disappointment to their many friends end admirers and backers who had tho tip nnd who r would have been on band la largo numbers Tho cause 01 the match E was friendly rivalry as they aro tlie best of friends und was not the re cult of a strugglo for the hand of a maiden as the regulation society bout tr 111 < tit t New T...

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. — 17 September 1906

i1 K T3 YWr rrr1rGrA + wrs sr vY 4 i M1R 8ti hw4 a I i 1iI I 1ir ii t I 0 bc PabuAab btning I un 1 VOL XVIII NO 225 PADUCAH KY MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 17 1906 < 10 CENTS PER WEEK t NO COMPLAINTS COMPLAINTSWILL WILL BE OFFERED J t 1 4 At Method of Choosing The Officers of Primary t Some Candidates Not Consulted Hut They Acquiesce In Action of the Committee m 14 OFFICERS AND Till PliACES 1 tla t While there has been some quiet I talk among candidates before the Democratic city primary called for next Thursday about the action of pr i t mary officers no format objection will be made so far as Is known Tho omcere were named by Chair man W A Derry who submitted the list to the other members of the com mittee and they ratified the list The I selections I were mndo whllo the chair man was at Smlthland lie returned t9aturday He had called a meeting of the committee hut was detained In the circuit court of Livingston county and IIA time was pressing adopted s this manner of choosing tho ...

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. — 17 September 1906

YY R < p r r v fft 1pAo Taro 1flSE PADUCAH 1t NJNU SUN ttin t 17 i m EXPENSES I OF KITTY LEAGUE Events Financial Success of f > The Association I alas Iropowd for Cuttlilft Down t Traa portatloiiiiii < l Ilirrenhlnu 1Atkidauce 1 i J F f jr ifr r I FimtEItN lllJAOUK CIOSKS At AtEItS It t was again demonstrated during feasbn which Has Just come to a Jjte that a ball club in the Kitty j IJtH f e as Jt is now Arranged is not llfMtying I proposition and that while 1 A operated as in past seasons It tt < yl tie says tho Vlnwnnes Ital ItalToo Too small receipts arid too much tp nso In the way of salaries caUs t 1s the loss each year The mileage In t he Kitty this past season was great i i ir jfean ever before and there was decrease in salaries The Cairo Paducah clubs were considered highest salaried clubs in the gue No club with the probably piton of Mattoon was within the airy limit Vlncennes on the aver 9for tho season kept within Itbut t a dollar less jWJth the exception of ...

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. — 17 September 1906

i > 1 7 fiH Iff tf t IIJI9 C 1f WEDNli ill TURKS I I1I1 PSDUOXEE NGlUft I V t MONDAY sfelTKMUEtt 17 L a MAGNETIC POLE IJIfJCDVHKKM HV MlT AMUMK it SIN 01 NQIIWAY 1 tN fI 1 1 TrimIs Tlitpugl ortlnvrsi 1 luxsnK fniitf AiTlu li nt Kcatllc Miuli > Work Alknil i II I I Seattle Wwih Sept 17Captaln noald Amundsen dlscoyorer of tho northwest passage arrived bore yes torday on tho steamship Saratoga from Noina lie was moth a com itntltteo from tho qhamber of com merco and tho local Norwegian so cieties cietiesOwing Owing to a desire idTOtioh t the gov ernment observatory tit Sltka to com iplcto certain magnetic observations Captain Annurtlsoua Way hero was short lie said My observations extend over three years and will take threo years to calculate them out Until that time It Is utterly Impossible to say poi tively whnt has bean accomplished by tho observations I believe however that I have located tho north mag netic t > olo I cannot say whether It Is a shifting point or extends ov...

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. — 17 September 1906

Jot t4 rite POTJUOSBI vim b jitz 8K > 1f 1 1VF tpabl1ci1l Bun 1 AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORfORATID P M FiintR rraldent wrlq J PAXTOK General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES tired it the postofnco at Paducah Kr I second clui matter i z THE DAILY SUN J yttnkr per week L uto ul mr1 l per month In advnc 40 I mI per rear In < 5v nccM 460 J THE WEEKLY SUN iitr i by mall postage ldMllOO Oe Address TUB SUN Paducah KT i 1 I I ijrnci IIS South Third TiLiraoirM K8 ij i j rjYJ erne utattres A Youn Chicago and New York rep > I JI I K SUN can be found at the following JItt ttK tt 1D ClemenU A OO anCnllnDro anCnllnDroaimer aimer House INn Wllhelmav = t I I MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1 CIRCULATION STATEMENT i f ugust 13S3G August 17 3888 1 UgURt 2t3848 August 18 3874 I gust 33883 August 20 3852 gust 43804 August 21 3811 L gust C38G3 August 22 383 4 I gust 73879 August 23 3833 J Mgust 83916 August 24 3844 i Ugust 93927 August 25 4220 tigust 10389G August 2738G5 n gust 11 3951 Augus...

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. — 17 September 1906

Y y h j r > T c 1W1D t MONDAy SID Pr a IKU > fi THE t PADUOAH EVENING SUNPAOls 11 IVL l r New Fall Suits r I In abundant quantities will be shown at our store tomorrow morning All v the new shapes and colors as well as r l the ncwcst and latest styles 9jI U w ie 317 317 Broadway Broadway Korrect Dressers for Ladies and Children ll I J f LOCAL LIJVJS3 1 1 For Dr Pendloy ring 4 1C C L grunson Co have mow mowed ed their flower store to C29 Broad 1way Tho Willing Worker society of tho Evangelical church with moot tylth Mrs Hllarmcllng 717 Clay street on Thursday afternoon Sep tember 20 j Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 13 I Broadway Phono 19G r 4Aulhorlty bas boon received for forI + I I examinations fn tho service ih civil for limo position of deputy shipping ommIHllonero and saddler both for October 101 Old Reliable UarterTllle 111 washed nut and egg coal Is the cheapest Bradley Bros Phone 339 Mr W M Pate tne popular time keeper In tho Illinois Central wood working shops and a stranger...

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. — 17 September 1906

C Ph Mitt DD PMo OctY2Jl UI rii Vll o v4 ritNIhtsartI141thft 1 2 n mf S 1 rl RussiAN TYRANT DIES AT PETERHOFF t j e Goucrnl ircpoff Succumbs Io liA 4 I toiiturnl l l Cnircs fA t sadi 1 l I i Foe of TrhnrMa Who PloUiil i ValleA A 4 t + t lu1S OF rBltSONAL COURAGE t St Petertbure Sept 17Gen t Trepoff commandant of JIO > Uusslan j Imperial llace t died yesterday even Ing at Pctcrhoff of angina pectoris lib was regarded as the most cruel tho tyrannical of nil tho Russian autocracy and six times within the last three years attempts have been n made to assasslnato him Czar Nich i olas depended upon him more than w any other man lt > put down revolu t tionary uprisings and tho decisive ta manner in which he executed orders gave him the aamo of tho empires e greatest oppressor Gen Trcphoff whoso namo was linked with reaction and oppression in Russia was In many re3 acts a re markablc hum Ho was ft natural despot a tyrant by Inclination cdif cation and conviction Iii was he who became ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
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