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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1908
mi hi win i ;
All 15c Fancy
Now - " 9c
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
II 2.50 and $.1, collar at
Now - $1.98
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
All Children's $2.00
Now - $1.48
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
All Men's Soft and Pleated
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
All Boy's and Children's $5
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
All Men's 8nd Young Men's
75c and 5' c
Now - 39c
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
All Hoys' $1.00
Now - 78c
AT FLACK & MAY'S..
t ,HE WEATHER jj
Yesterday's Cairo Temperatures.
At 7 p. in ; ' '
At 1-' midnight (street rerun!) .. i
The ilay 'ai generally lair and
unlet, and was much enjoyed by Sun
Sun and Moon.
Sun will rise today " a- m-
Sun will set today m-
. .t tnnlsht ...ll.'S ! m-
mi" u .....
Nine: The above sun (ind mnon
record ta to- minors and approxl
mates the record at Cairo within a
Washington, July a.-lLLIVOIS.-Fair
in smith; showers and cooler in
north Monday; TrosIuV. showers and
cooler; brisk south west shifting to
NEWS OF THE RIVERS
urtifrt nrTIIT nicno f
The 'river marked 32.0 feet on the
Cairo gauge last evening, showing no
eVoinire In 21 holll'8.
The Ferd Herald from Memphis
bound for St. Louis was in port an
hour yesterday morning.
The John A. Wood came out from
St. Louis with one empty barge and
two barges of basins, the 'latter for
Memphis. She returnee! to Louis witn
six barges of coal.
The T. H. Davis brought an empty
from Joppa and . turned with two
baiges of lumber.
The Harry Hrown . uue out from St
Ixuis with three empties and will re
turn with coal this morning.
Report comes from Memphis that
Hie Sadie Lee will lay up for the pies
The Stacker Lee has completed her
repairs and will leave Memphis tv
day to resume her regular trii b
tween that city and Cairo and St
Ixuis. The following will he her
officers and crew: A. S. Ltghtner,
master; John Hermann, clerk; Co.
Brltrolff, second clerk; B. W. Me
IVrinott. third clerk; Jesse Irwin,
mate; Chas. IS. Zeigler and Lut-Ureas-hears,
pilots; Hobt. Crutchlield.
first engineer; Jas. Maiming, second
engineer; Fred Worley. steward; Jos
llendiicks, medicine man.
A I.ondoil, England, dispa'ch of
Thuisday sas that Mr. and M.s. H.
Lee. of Memphis, who have 1) en
passing several days in the. North of
Lnglnad, have arrived at the Carlton.
Pittsburg shown a record-breaking
Increase in river tonnage la.-t year
ever the previous yt-ar. Last year it
was 14. :!!'."!) against 1 :Ml-7 ''" tuns
the jire ious year. Then- was le.'i
!07 tons of coal as against ;is".r
the year before.
The Man of Ease When I compara
the one or two creditor I have with
the millions and million of people to
whom I owe nothing, I wonder why in
the world those fellows make such a
confounded fuss about It Fliegende
Food as Church Tithes.
riernaldo In his Calendar says that
In medieval times there was mot" f- o .1
than money given for church ti'h' s
There is no need of anyone suffering long with this disease, for to
effect a quick cure it is only necessary to take a few doses of
Chamberlain's Colic; Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy
In fact, in most cases one dose is sufficient It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally
valuable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many
p -with greater success.
AT THE PATH E THEATER THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT
ONE OFTHE GREATEST FEATURE FILMS EVER OFFERED IN CAIRO
WILL BE PRESENTED, WHICH MINISTERS. PARENTS AND CHIL
DREN ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO SEE. IT IS ENTITLED "AT
THE CROSSROADS OF LIFE." BEING THE BIOGRAPH STORY OF A
YOUNG GIRL'S WILFULNESS. THE SONG FOR THE OCCASION IS
SHE'S WAITING NEATH THE OLD PINE TREE," BY SAMUEL L. COL
LINS FOLLOWING IS A SYNOPSIS OF THE THRILLING STORY.
READ IT AND THEN SEE THE PLAY TRUE TO LIFE:
OH. GOD! TURN BACK THY UNIVERSE AND GIVE ME YESTER
DAY'" HOW OFTEN !S THIS PRAYER BREATHED BY THE UNFOR
TUNATE VICTIMS OF SELF-WILL. AND YET, THERE HAS BEEN A
PLACE IN THEIR JOURNEY WHERE THE ROACS OF LIFE FORKED,
AND HAD THEY CHOSEN THE RIGHT ONE, ALL WOULD HAVE
BEEN WELL. SUCH AN OCCASION PRESENTS ITSELF TO THE
HEROINE OF THIS STORY, AND BY STERN RESOLVE SHE SELECTS
THE RIGHT ROAD. SHE. THE DAUGHTER OF A STAID NEW ENG
LAND MINISTER. IS BROUGHT UP IN ABSOLUTE IGNORANCE OF
THE WAYS OF THE WORLD. AND WHEN SHE GETS THE SLIGHTEST
INKLING OF ITS GLAMOUR. IT MAKES A DECICED IMPRESSION.
INTO HER HANDS HAVE FALLEN SEVERAL THEATRICAL NEWS
n.o.tc inn cur AMI") HER GIRL CHUM EAGERLY DIGEST THEIR
CONTENTS. RECOUNTING IN GLOWING TERMS WHAT SEEMS TO
BE A GOLDEN EXISTENCE. SO WROUGHT UP WERE THEY THAT
THEY IMMEDIATELY GAVE VENT TO THEIR EBULLltiN i skikiis
BY INDULGING IN A QUASI-DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE. THIS IS A
SCENE OF BROAD BURLESQUE, AND. DURING ITS ENACTION. THE
MINISTER ENTERS AND IS GREATLY SHOCKED. NOT TO SAY IN
CENSED A STORMY SCENE OCCURS BETWEEN HIM AINU mi,
DAUGHTER. WHICH ENDS IN HER LEAVING HOME. SHE APPLIES
FOR A POSITION IN THE CHORUS OF A NEW YORK OPERA COM
PANY WHAT A CONTRAST SH E MAKES AT TH E TR I AL OF VOICES
3UT WITH DETERMINATION SHE PULLS THROUGH THE ORDEAL,
AND IS ACCEPTED. OWING TO HER SWEET FACE AND MANNERS,
TOGETHER WITH A BEAUTIFUL VOICE, HER RISE IN THE PROFES
SION IS RAPID. STILL. SHE HAS FOUND THAT ALL IS NOT GOLD
THAT GLITTERS. AND WHILE HER ARTISTIC SUCCESS IS MOST
AGREEABLE. LIFE FO HER IS EMPTY COLD. AND CHEERLESS.
MADE MORE ODIOUS BY THE APPEARANCE OF THE INEVITABLE
VILE FLATTERING TEMPTER. NUMEROUS LETTERS HAS SHE
WRITTEN TO HER DEAR OLD FATHER, BUT NO RESPONSE FOR HE
HAS TORN THEM INTO SHREDS BEFORE HE EVEN BROKE THE
SEAL "OH GOD, IF I COULD ONLY GO BACK. IF THIS ALL WOULD
PROVE BUT A DREAM." BUT, NO. THERE IS THE DARK FATHOM
LESS FUTURE BEFORE HER. .THE TEMPTER WOULD HAVE HER
GO WITH HIM. AND THERE SEEMS TO BE NO ALTERNATIVE. SHE
IS NOW SURELY AT THE CROSSROADS OF LIFE. SHE MAKES A
FINAL APPEAL TO HER FATHER IN A TELEGRAM BEGGING HIM TO
COME TO SEE HER PERFORMANCE ON THE NIGHT FOLLOWING,
WHICH HE DOES. COWN THE AISLE OF THE THEATER COMES
THE OLD MINISTER IN BEWILDERMENT SO UNACCUSTOMED IS
HE TO THE SURROUNDINGS. AS THROUGH THE PEEKHOLE IN
THE DROP CURTAIN THE GIRL ViEWS THE SCENE IN E3TACY.
AFTER THE PERFORMANCE THE OLD MAN MAKES HIS WAY TO
THE BACK OF THE STAGE, WHERE HE ONCE MORE FOLDS HIS
DAUGHTER TO HIS HEART, WHlL" THE WOULD-BE LOVER VIEWS
THE SCENE WITH UNCONCEALED CHAGRIN. THE STORY IS A MOST
TOUCHING ONE. WELL CEFINED. WITH MANY BITS OF COMEDY TO
LIGHTEN IT, TOGETHER WITH A VIVID PORTRAYAL OF LIFE BE
HIND THE SCENES.
JUST IN III
CINCINNATI MAN HAS EXCITING
EXPERIENCE WHILE HUNT
ING BEAR IN WEST WITH
ROOSEVELT S OLD GIUDE.
Denver, Ydo.. July .-. Word comes
from Clenwood Springs. Colo.. thS
morning of an -x itiim encounter with
a motisUr bear late la-t niuht in
nhich Charles Christie, ot Cincinnati,
had a iIi-m- call for his lite Mr.
Chri.-lle. fnrtiieily a p' omiiic:i t news
paper man of Cincinnati, but nov
identified with Ml- big Fh-i-rhmn'in hi
t. 1 ts. had stait-d out Willi Dave
I '.oral), the g:;;,.. w need fur Prs
id'-nt Roo-ewlt ;:i a l.t." ..roiei'v.
shortly after .lits-W last i.ight
C'hlsti'e, less timerf.us than t! rtv
prage t' i;d"i foot tnad'' no eff rt t,
follow the trail !' his tin n'iir. but
off at a tar.uli' in the tii! K. and i;,
hi own a count. Sud leniy, in ail hi
mighty grizzled majesty, a three
h'md: ed and -eight y four pc ii n . 1 b. ar
of the ( innanic :i satiety, tvue juM
sight, and Chris' i promptly gave lii'n
Price 25 cents, - Large size 60 cents.
both barrels. The enraged bruin ma le
or him and was all but upon him
when ChriMie, whipping out a de.--ringer,
as it was too clove tor a long, r
w.-apoti, plugged the brute full in the
ee, ttie vital spot. Iiorah came up
in time to be at the death. The car
cass mounted will be sen' ,y Chri-t:e
to Hon. Julius Fleischmanii. ex-Mayer
A Hard Name.
A woman author of Washington has
sued a critic for saying that she "has
played the part of a feminine paero
phoir among the non scientific aedids
of Washington." We don t know what
this means, but It is libelous per s
and the young woman ought to gl
$ I ,i)" i,f'00 damages.
Treatment of Guests.
Don't grudge your guests anything
I tbey ask for In reason, provided you
have It In the house, even supiKmlng
you yourself disapprove of any partic
ular food or drink being used. You
ask your friends for their happiness,
A Thorough Job.
'How is your ifo getting on with
!;: spiing cleaning?" "She's cleaned
ne out all right ."
Vice of Idleness.
Idleness covets a man with rags.
ft! THE CIUBCHES
NATION'S BIRTHDAY ANNIVER
SARY PROPERLY COM
MEMORATED. MEMORIAA SERVCE
At Lutheran Church Attended By Odd
Fellows and Rebeccas Good
Music Eloquent Sermon
By Rev. Armstrong.
The higher finality of patr'otis u
leiglled in (several of the ihuiche- of
the city j ester.) ay w;hmv serv.c s
commemorative of tile liar ion s !l t.i
were held. This was true esp. i ia'!
at the First Mothc dist an.l 1 ret.br-
teriatl churches where- s, rinot.s an :
music were given, appropriat to the
occasion. At ttie lor.cer a uuiihh-:
f soldiers ntt.nde,! the service by
peci.il imitation. Similar seni.-e
had been held the evening" bef- r- :it
the Southern Methodist church.
At the Church of the Redeemer a
special musical program was renoeiee
for the Third Sunday after Trinity.
The Odd Fellows had a lu niori.il
son ice last evening at the Lutheran
church on Dorglas sue d ii w Mi
several pastors trek past. Re-'.
Ohrtim. of Cairo l!a; tist church real
i!ig the scrintnre lesson. Rev. M:r:is
of the First Methodist church giviig
the prayer, and Rev. Armstrong o'
the Lutheran church, the sermon. A
fine musical program was ren-ie.'ed
chief among which were the solos by
Mrs. Holt, and Mrs. 'Wehloil. and -th
selections by the Methr.dist quartettr
compose. of Mrs. Holt. Mrs. Sh e
maker. Mrs. Starzlnger and Mrs. Cal
houn with Mrs. Thistlewood as or
ganist. A large delegation cf Od i
Fellows and Hebeccahs atteii.ie.i
Rev. Armstrong delivered a very elo
quent sermon for the occasion, a part
of which was as follows;
Take in Armstrong
The three christian graces, or i;ua'
ities of soul, "Faith. Hope and Char
in " onrht to be a nood basis for a
memorial address). The greatest ot
these, says the Divine writer, is Char
ity, or love. They may well be railed
symbols of faith In Cod. hope in in
nmvtn!itv and charitv to all men; bir
the greatest of these hs charity. Faith
can be lost in sight hope ends i i
fruition hut charity is extended to
Ihe boundless realms of life hereafte .
A brief reference to the order hoiv
repr sepred at ttrs time may not le
out of place. American Odd Fellowshle
otiginate.l in Baltimore, Md., April -''h
LSI!). Thomas Wildey, John Welch.
John Duncan, John Cheatham an i
Richard Rnshworth, formerly idenii
lied with the order in England, being
it founders and first advocates. This
lodge, called Washington, was named
in honor of our first president. On
Feb. J.lSJl. Washington I.odge No.
I. surrendered its English charter. Im
mediately thereafter forming the
Ciand lidge of Maryland and of the
Nobh' motives prompted our s
teemed pioneer brethren to fraterniz
in this manner "the aid and protection
of brothers when in sickness or on
travel, anil for the purpose of benevo
lence atid charity." They had the hu
manitai dan. philanthropic spirit. Tlil
is the hger.d on the seal of the Sov
ereign (iratid Ladge, also the recog
nized mandate of the order, ' We cote
mand you to isit the siefc, relieve th"
distressed, bury the dead an.l educat
the orphan " Surely, unselfish an I
worthy admonitions. Many a "last
sickness-' 1 is been borne with great
er fortitude b. cause cf broth r!y vis
Ration and care; in resignation, the
hand of the death angel has be ;n
clasped, lis the realization dawned
that respectable interment was assu'
ed. and that the little ones, without
father and sometimes mother, would
receive protection and ample ediiea
tion. This, brothers, is the practical
function of Odd Fellowship.
In the C. S. alone there are at bast
41 orphanages and homes; for the
children and for aged Odd Follows an i
their wives. In these homes, costlna
$1. S:tO nearly ITi-ti persons,
children and adults, a:e shu Pied. The
present value of these institutions will
teach the sum of $.',r.t,l,i:ir..l::. Durinr?
Umr;, it costs the order to maintain
them $-::7.':8.27. The Odd Fellows of
Illinois have two Institutions if this.
class. The Orphans' Home, at Lin
colli, ol uauiz-d in lSf)J. the bili'.hugs.
with So acres of land, costing $lu:;.
7:;::.!C. The Old Folk's Home is loca
ted at Mittoon: these buildings and
V'.ii acres of land represent
t.Vt.cU. There are 1-S children at
Lincoln, t;.". inmat. s at Mattoon.
In ISM the R. bckali Ivgree was e
tablishe,! -a degree for the women I '
the families of Odd Fellows The ti
ters of this branch of the ord -r. have
taken an active part It! promoting a'l
worthy object, applying themsivve -with
zeal at In eoual in church wrrk
and reform movement. Their eft 1 1
are largely responsible for the two
Tho growth of the order liar
leniarkahlo. Ill I S ; !i. behold a
handful of men. the nucleus cf
lO. O. r
to lie; now.
how differ 'lit. (i i
I Dec. HI, r.M'd, the total membership of
jour subordinate lodges, Including lie--l.ckas.
was 1 . TU'.c r A spendi.l re
cord, is It not?
Li t us establish the relationship be
tween the chcrch and lodge. Occasion
illy i tie luars an enthusiast say, "My
rd.-r is my church ; if I live up to it t
teachings. I wi 1 gi t to 11 avei
sore'v as through Ihe church."
artful. Th.' church, even, cannot sav
unless we are t In dicnt to her gi spe
;od c,i dninod the church to save socl
Tliis is la r peculiar, specitii'
rrateria! c r.l. fs Ihe direct
f the ethical impulse, cr the social
-I hit, i:i ma:i, are established for
usrelv l.tnianiiaritiu effort. Men
.ver- In.lhei's- tra!' ts - -long before
:he general n cognition of the church
is ;- soul-saving institution. The
:u ra! vhtu.s may be fanned into
!u:ne and developed in the lod,'e, and
ere. lolly ideals of "llrot he! hot d '
volved; hut the w.iv (-f the church
oust continue the way of life and sal-
Three golden liars, symbolizing m
tributes of mind and s ml. 'Friend
ship. Love and Truth." are worn as
;he insignia cf the older. Friendship's
aid. Love's magnet !s n. Truth's pathway-who
does net glory in thes'
.inks of felli wship. binding us into a
As Odd Fellows, always remember
your vows, with the exalted teachings
nd principles (if your fraternity, con
ittctiiig yourselves accordingly, an I
he world will know, without the
badge on coat lapel, that you belong
to an institution great in benevolemv.
Two lessons from the Holy Bible.
one from the New, one from the O'l
testament, are linked with Odd Fel
lowship. The beautiful story of mil
Hiai love and fidelity, misty w ith ag
between David and Jonathan, so clear
ly portrayed within the lodge room
and as only Odd Fellows can see and
know, must every impress the
neophyte with the true nobility of
nanhocd. The other, portrayed, by
lie one match! ss prophet-priest and
king, in parable the experience of
him who. traveling down to Jetioo, fid!
among thieves. We see the haughty
priest and the indiff. rent Levii
passing by on the other side, deaf to
the piteous cry for "help." But the
guoil !sa;narua:i. one oy a iiespiseii
and hated people, full of brotherly
love, a neighbor indeed, comes to his
rescue. Hen In behold a picture of
compassion, brotherhood, of suen r
and aid, "a friend indeed."
But, lest we forget, we turn to a
-adder st:ain, the minor key of death,
separation, loss. Let us remember
jur "arisen brothers," and continue
to meet in solemn memory of our
Death, in the past, has often bee
misunderstood: from the gloom if
loubt and despair, men and women
have soiiL'ht to placate the "king of
terrors," but vain have been their
efforts. Poets have pictured death lis
i monster, uutelenting an.l resistless
passing swiftly over the breast of
nother-earth, leaving cold an.l slaugi
tered millions in his wake. Sable
lad. he Ijas moved In triumph acros-,
the plains of the nether world, whei.
sojourn the pale shades of earth In ru
creatures, with his captive- dead
: haine.l to somber chariot w heels.
But a new idea of death begins to
' revail. It Is now considered '
hange, Cod ordained. We consider it
is natural to die as to lie born. A
latural, seipii titial incident in the evo
lution of "s:;ul." Death - from Ih
'"hristian iew-point is mortality';
'rlen.l rather than a continually-ev-pe
ted and ever dreaded enemy. A
shining messenger from an tenia!
Kflen, chid In robes unsullied by time
md eototiate.l with buds of amaranth,
ie accosts caith's way-worn traveler,
'daces on the hou- of clay that mys
erious. purple seal, and with angel
enderness. gathers into his arms the
lew-boni spirit, and gently, noiseless-
floats from th" confines of mortal
vision into that glory
of those who
'ive and love forever.
A writer has said:
Life's si. it dips low in that gohle-i
Wbe:o faintly, dimly I can see
Fair isles of rest among the blest.
And forms of loved out s w a ti.ig
I know not h ti my bark sh
Within th- glory of that bay;
But hopeful, patient still I bide
Th' dawn of an eternal May.''
All Boys' rnd Children's 4
end 54 50
Now . $2.98
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
snlen.lld homes of which cur
Thinkers-in the light of Cods rev
elation, the Rible and Nature believe
in a it a! world waiting the arisen
soul; a renin) cf wonderful opportu
nists, houndii ss pi ssildlities; a unl
leise f spirit, lulinit in extension
and duration. prepared by an a!'
wise Cod. Count Tolstoi, congratu
lated recently on his aiiproiicliln:.".
eightieth birthday, said: "It is annuel-
happiness that I await--dentil."
Again, he said. "I believe with all my
soul in what I say. I feel. I know wit'i
certainty that in dying I shall he hap
py, an.l I shall filler a world more
We hope that the great souls of by
gone days -even those of I'aganis it.
n-e the Gospel-light had swept nwav
the mists of primitive re!lg,Uu-s
thought -are greater now ia the
I I..., lit.. If i,cus'l:. t'oit
the matchless oratory of ( icero moves
his hearers to higher, nobler aspira
t ions than when he thundered in a Ro
man senate agalast Catiline. And
may not Phidias and Parrhasiio .
Creek sculptor and painter, with myr
iad others, still carve and color, the
lilts of genius all unipionoed, with
loftier concepts now their guiding
As the changing years pass by, rir
chairs in the lodge subordinate, shall
one by one be aeated. and as we have
assisted In laying vay the mortal
vestments of brothers deceased, so
shall our bodies, by loving and tend, r
hands, be given back to caith; may
those who tos upon our cold breasts
the sprig of ever) green, saying as
they io so. "farewell, brother." cheer
ed by their vision i f hope and faith,
go forth to duty, "visiting the sick,
relieving the distressed, burying the
dead and educating the orphan."
Noble, unselfish service; assisting
needy humanity; incense, upon th"
altar of every day effort, acceptable to
the most high Cod. Thus, fuactieully
i emp!if ing the extlated teachings c!
our order, and with a living faith i.i
Omnipotence, spirituallv related to
Church, we no
I'd IH.t fear the
we can sing
"I stand beside the silent s.-u
And wait the muffled oar;
From him no harm can come to m.
On ocean or on shore.
"I know not where bis island
Their frond) .1 palms In air;
I only know I cannot drill
Beyond Ilis line and care.'
Too Late to Classify.
WANTED Men or lady solicitors
permanent position. Call at Credit
Tailor's, nun Washington avenue.
WANTED Railway mail clerks
postofflce clerks, carriers. $1.1 (. 0
yearly. Examinations coming. Pie
paration free. Fratiklu Institute
Rochester, N. Y.
LYNCHING IS FEARED
Negro Attacks White Woman Near
Lebanon, Tenn. Husband Chased
Culprit and Caught Him.
L banon, Tenn., July 5. This plat e
has been Keenly excited tonight over
the assault of a drunken negro upon
a white woman. Mis. W. W. Yates
whose husband runs the pumping
station about one mile west of Leo
anon, on the Tennessee Centra! rail
road. The negro Is said to have
known the Yates family, and going
to their home, where Mrs. Yates was
with her young children, he attacked
the woman, assaulting and beating her
The sound of a motorcycle fright
ened him nn. I he ran. On the cycl
was Yates, who graWie.l his gun and
gave cahes, catching the negro and
holding him till officers ai rived. The
negro was brought to Labanon and
committed to jail. Such a throng con
gregated about the prison that extra
guards were put on. However, no at
tack was attempted.
Mrs. Yates Is reported to be in a
critical condition. The negro made n
statement In the jail of a highly In
( riminatliig nature.
HOW ROOSEVELT SPENT
SUNDAY AT OYSTER BAY
Oyster Bay, July a. Tr shlent
Roosevelt with his family drove in
from Sagamore Hill today ami at
tended the morning service at Christ
Chruch. which was conducted by Rev.
Henry H. .Washburn. The president
sptnt ilx? test of the day tpiietlv ;
The Bulletin' advertising rate are
the lowest when circulation ts conoid
AW $1.25 Silk
iNow - 79c
AT FLACK & MAY'S.
OF POM BOATS
OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER ASSOCIA
TION HELD AT MUSCATINE,
IOWA WITNESSED BY 1.1,000
PEOPLE THE RESULTS.
Muscatine, la., July .1. Ten tl t u
sand people witnessed the first i'
gatta of the Mississippi River I'ow :
1 tout association here yesterday.
Full Cabin Cruisers, 5li miles Fir
Spaiks. I. I., owned by C. F. Spar ,
Alton, III.; second, Sparks I, own 1
by C. F. Sparks; third, Vivian ! .,
owned by A. C. Decker, of Keok k,
lowu. Time 0 hoi rs and 22 minutes,
Twenty foot boats, five, miles First,
Niagara., V. S. Cherman, Misaliie;
second, Jamie, P. (i. Hitch, Fort Madi
sou: third, Oleii B.. II. V. Bat n aid,'
Muscatine. Time I'd minutes an I
Twenty-two foot boats, live miles:
First, Columbia. J. K. MeClung, Mih
c.itine; second, Dashun.l I. J. A.'Oros
ham. Muscatine. Time 1!0 minutes and
Thirty-six foot boats, tin miles
First, Lamb I., F. If.. King, Clinton,
Iowa; second, red top. W. E. Huey,
Davenport. Iowa; third, A. R. Villa.
B. A. Clajttiii. Davenpt rt. Iowa. 1 1 tie
;M minutes and h seconds.
Free for all, for championship of"
Mississippi, Valley. 20 mi'es Fit st,
Minnie C. II., E. Oors"phu, Fort Madi
son. Iowa; second, Teaser. J. A,
Moritz. yuliiiy, 111.; third, Lamb I,
F. B. King, Clinton. Time 47 minutes
and 15 seconds.
QN SOCIALIST LABOR TICKET
MARTIN PRESTON PLACED IN
NOMINATION BY CONVEN
TION AT NEW YORK.
New Yorak, July 't. Candidates fo:1
president and vice president of the
I'nited States were nominated and a
platform was adopted by the National
Convention of the Soclaltlst Iibo."
party today. The ticket Is: For
president. Martin R. Preston, of Neva
da; vice pn si, lent , Donald Munro, of
Daniel Del n, who nominate!
"Preston is now In jail in Coldfiel ',
Nava.Ia. for conduct that is hoiiornld
and which no woikingman should b-'
I))d)'on explained that Preston had
been sentenced to twenty live years:
imprisonment for shooting a restaur
ant keeper In Goldlield three year)
..go during a strike. Preston, D
leon asserted, had acted as the pro
tector of defenseless girls, and by s"
doing bad enraged the restaurant
keeper, named Silver. Silver, Mr.
Del.eon said, was shot by Preston,
while threatening to kill the latter.
MINERS MAY WALK OUT
Western Coal ar.cf Coke Company
Refuses to Abide by Findings
of Arbitration Board.
Fort Smith. Ark.. July .V Bennett
Hrown. commissioner for the South
western Operators' Coal association,
was In the city today and served no
tice on President Ftewart of the.
Miners' union that the Western Coal
and Coke company would not abide
by the finding of the board of arbitra
tion, deciding that t:ie company must
employ shotfirers at the Denning,
Mr. Hrown alleges that the arbitra
tion wns not In accord with the pro
visions of the Kansas City agreement
which says that when the district
prescient anil commissioner cannot
agree the matter must he referred
to the national president of t'e
miners and the president of the opi ra
tors' association. President Stewart,
declined to agree to sue!) a refen nee.
The indications are that unless the
Wi stern Coal and Coke company
ields the miners of the compan",
numbering 12.fo0. and employed In
several states, will be culled out. TP
company asked that the question at
Issue be referred to a "wiard of arbi
tration, an.l selected rne of the board.
All Men's and'Vouns; Aen's
$40 and $35
AT FLACK & MAY'S.