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0 THI CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1907.
Cairo Opera House, One Night Only, Saturday, January 12th
First appearance in this city.
Direct from Power s Theatre.
Chicago, where it was the
and the hit of the season.
Entire lower floor $1.50; first
two rows dress circle $1. next
two rows 75c, balance 50c; gal
lery 25c. Seats on sale Friday.
The Maurice Campbell Company Inc-
Being natural seems against the
rules, but it's 8 hard to remember."
"It's rather a mistake to describe
things that haven't happened, before
they do, in esse they don't." Peggy.
In Ernest Denny's Great Modern Comedy Success from the Duke of York's Theatre, London,
ALL OF - A SUDDEN PEGGY.
TRIBUTES FROM THE CHICAGO
CRITICS TO MISS CROSMAN IN
ALL OF A SUDDEN PEGGY
"Laughter was constant Undenia
bly entertaining and laughter provok
ing." The Tribune.
"Bewitched the fine audience :
Fun In a bubble of brilliance. Irresist
ble and uproarious.'' Amy Leslie in
the Daily News.
"A rare comedy treat Not a
single dull moment. Compells the
cynic to be cheerful in spite of him
self. Bubbling wit." The Chron
icle, "Spirit of comedy a gift with Miss
Crnsman. She is a joy In hersilf."
"Much merriment." Record Her.ild
THB CAIRO BVLLBTIN
Entered at the Oslro Postofflce for trenamlMion
through the tnsila St second-class rstcs
Freezing Weather In Ohio Valley
Rain Not Heay Continued
FAD OF IK
CAIRO MERCHANTS COULD
REAPED A HARVEST
Main began failing early yesterday
morning and lurried to snow afier (lav
light and snow felt most of the day.
According lo the measurement at the
weather bureau the rain fall was ."8
of an Inch and the snow fall 3.3 I
The maximum temperature was ?i
and the minimum 2$, the later pre
vailing ai 7 m At 12 o'clock las
night the street record was 27.
Ye.terday's government bulletin re
ported rain from 20 points, the heav
iest being 1.24 inches at Parkersbur
101 at Evansville. S2 at Louisville
Helow zero temperatures were report
ed as follows: BIsmark 22. Dulutb 12
IF THEY'D HAD EM
The Origin of the Craze What Was
An Amusing Toy For Children
Has Been Adopted By Fool
ish Women As a Fad.
Cache River Sending Out Record
Breaking Flood General Condi
tions Not Alarming,
Cache creek i.s Ik
never before known
Creek and Dig creek,
has fallen inland hi
overflowing and ove
Cairo Opera House
O. I (WILLIAMSON Man
One Night only -t y
Saturday Jan. I
First time here. Direct from
Powera' Theatre, Chicago, where
it was the hit of the eaon.
The Maurice Campbell Co. vine
in Ernest Denny's Great Modern
ALL OF -A Sl'DDl'N
f e; o o v
Prices - Entire lower Moor $1 Mj
first two row Dross Circle 41,
next two rows 75c, halanee 50c.
Gallery 2oe, Seats on sale Friday
One solid wek, starling
Matins Sat ur lay.
The famous Jewel kclley
Stock - o.,
Presenting the Young Southern
Romantic Actor Mr Jewell Kel
ler and a big company of 18.
All special seenerv. fi big Spec
ialties. All New Plays.
The Land of The Midnight
Ldis free Mond'v night un
der the usual enndi i in.
PP.ICES - LOO, We, and
Seats on sale Mondav.
One night only
Second Trium-disl Tour of
8ensation of the Cent try
By THOMAS DIXON, Jr.,
From His Two Famu Novel,
"The Leopard's Spot" and "Tie
Direct from Record-Break 'ng
Engagement in New York ity
Metropolitan Caet of Forty
Principal!, Small army ofSuper
nuroerariea and Troop of Horaee
Splendid New Scenic Produc
tion. WARNING. Order your seat
by mail, lending remittance
with order. In thle way you
will avoid having to pay exces
sive prices to speculators, aa
was the case last reason with
PRICES- Entire lower floor
1 SO, First 4 rows Drew Circle
SI , Balance Dres Circle TV .
Seats on Sale Saturday
Cairo merchants were besieged at
Christmas time with requests for
Teddy Bears. Bverybody wanted to
give ttie small Doy and girl in ins
family one of these cn'est of all toys.
The fail of carrying "Teddy Bears '
has become almost national. It Is
not confined to the children hut the
"499" of New York and the fa-hi"n
able women of other cities cultivate
The Teddy Bear originated with an
old German frau, Mr-. Margnerita
mining in a way
as art? also Clear
The water whi
Is he banks to
ironies the flood
te small stream
TO LURE LITTLE GIRLS
of the Ohio winch
no the water in thi
All the low farming country not pro
tected by levees is under water and
much damage and inconvenience, are
The general onditidna in the Ohio
were not so alarming yesterday for
those protected b good levees, al
though 'he rains of the last two days
have set the upper Ohio to rising
again. Pittsburg reported a rise of
1 1.8 fee: yesterday morning. Parke ra-
hurg '.:.". feet and Cincinnati 0.9. The
Waba-h i.s also still rising.
made a living by
wild animals and
bad I small ' fac
from Dresden, and
Mies by name, wh
sellinc them. She
tory" a few miles
for the past
w a - an ?
ir, i he toy ami buying her stock
ihem lie put ihem on the market
rt 42.6 feet,
t in 24 houi
on I he
fifteen years has pro-
t of them seen In hops It
Ctdettl she manufactured I
never dreaming of the pop
was to enjoy. Hut wise I
dealer saw ihe possibilities I
i ne time President Roosevelt was
! taking one Of his famous bunts in the
j Rockii -. The American dealer named
; them "Teddy Bears" and Ihe fad of
! carrying them gl once taught
; the fashionable women. Today Frau
i Steiff is running a large factory de
j voted entirely to the manufacture of
I bears ai.d employing all the women
and child. en she can secure. Recent
ly sevcrajl Amen lean manufacturers
hac essayed to make the bears, but
! even with this added source of supply
Jit is impossible to tipply ;he demand
Some of the ultra fashionable
i women of New York, it Is said, appeal
ion the -tiii ts or in ilieir nntomobilcs
with bejewelled Teddies" whose
: collars aud clothing arc worth a small I
fortune and ther.. me constant I U W hours, then
changes and new "tear models" are w i" ,,"mr
'concocipd Iiv inireu 1. ms ilre - Mukon rhursdsy. A
'and comumcrs. Some of the silly during the a
, owners of these toy- have BgBMrOMS I OOmS to a s'and
changes for thi'lr bcr, regulating j remain nearly Its
the clothing worn by :he season orj'wn.
I weather, and some of them tress the I Th' Thihh --. i
, bears to match thcii own pirge-.Mi- he mouth, w 1,1
Atlsntic City. It i claimed, is the
birhplace Of 'he Teddy Bear cae.
As the story goes a fa-hionable young
couple were walking down the broad
walk one day and stopped lo admire
ihe display In a toy shop The young
lady especially admired huge Teddy
bear, fully four fe-t nail The young
man offered to buy It for her If she
would esjrfl i In iifr arms along the
walk She eagerly consented, and H
was not intig until every fashionable , i,
woman at Atlantic i it y was earr ing
onr- of the plush toys.
As -illy and utterly ab-unl as i- the
Teddy besr craze, when pursued by
children of a la i ger growth, it has QSM
redeemins feature I has supplair' -i
the poodle d g and ha- driven ih"
pampered toy spaniel ottjl sf the kssji
f the fool fashionable women
The river mark'
Cairo gauge las
rise of 0.4 of a fO'
year ago it was ::i
The Dick Fowb
ye. terday on good
Ing some corn, but finds difficulty in
making some of 'he landings because
of the high water.
The heavy drift in the river dragged
the Halliday Band digger from its
moorings and tl was necessary to tow
it to Ihe bank at ihe Illinois Central
incline Cap'. Sp- ncer, wiih !lie
Theseus, was pulling ai the thins a
cood part of Tuesday night..
The Pacific No. t, brought up some
The Slacker Lee got sway ail right
Tuesday evening. She did: 't have
the trouble she expected to have with
The Ferd Herold's r posted tooting
before leaving for Memphis wssn'l
because of any distress she was In.
She wanted the tug and some coal.
The Peters Lee was delayed in her
departure from Memphis tor Cairo
and Cincinnati. She left rhat pon
yesterday, Capi. Irwin in command.
Two Dastardly Efforts Made In Cairo by Strang-ers-Both
Made Their Escape-Police
Notified In One Case
A das' i
Bulletin's Cash Prize Missing Word
Scheme Closes Today Yester
day's Prize Won By Abbie
Wiih ibis morning
Bulletin the missing
meal contest will clc
advertisements are pi
Ime today and ths h
issue of The
that is. tin
shed the last
rODty IHE LAST NEW OFFICERS
CAIRO CAMP NO. -1940, MODERN
WOODMEN OF AMERICA. ALSO
HELD SOCIAL SESSION.
of which has j'
' been mad'
cott. the five-year-old daugh
and Mrs. O. 11. Scott, of 42u
reel, while playing on the
Yesterday's River Forecasts.
The Ohio at. Kvsr.svllle. will prob
ably continue falling during the next
two or three days. At Mi. Vernon
not much chatiRc during the nexl 21
hours, then fall. .t Padiicah.
sidewalk in front of her home was
accosted by a white man who asked
the child if she would go with him.
The little one refused and he then
asked her to show him where Mis.
Blank lived, giving a name that is
unknown in thai neighborhood, He
then 'ook the child in his arms and
walked hurriedly out Eighth street
to the Mobile & Ohio railroad yards
The child screnmed :is he walked
away with her and be slapped her,
according to ihe little girl's s'orv.
A freight car was Standing on the
rack in the yards and the kidnaper.
rinding that the doors were closed se
the child down on the ground while
he opened the door. Instinctively, the
tie one realised her danger and she
immeaiaieiy ran across another trac
toward hi me. As if providential, be
fore the man aw her escaping. ,i
switch engine and cars backed down
on the latter track, preventing the
villain from pursuing :he child who
ran home in great f;;gh' and told
her mother of her escape. The little
girl's clothing was muddy as the re
suit of being placed on the ground In
the railroad yards.
The kidnaper Is described by tin
child as being a 'bad looking ma: '
with red hair and whiskers.
The family did gel report the mat
ter to th" police, hence no ,'itt. nip'
has been made to catch the gtiJt
party wh" it is probable is many
miles from Cairo by this time.
Mr. Scott the child's father, is em
ployed by the Carey Halliday Lumber
company. The family naturally were
was on h
Tenth and Walnut
a group of school
B child from an awlul fan
A Similar Case.
r case was reported las
he Bulletin which occurre
lay afternoon. The little
f a well known family re
Tenth street, who have re
it their name be withhold,
home from school.
man seated on the
northwest corner of
streets talking to
children. As the
icbed, the man said.
"Where are you going, little girl?''
I She replied Tm going home.'' With
that the fellow stood up aud said.
j""ait, I'm going yottr way, and
started off with her. As they reached
the child's home, she opened ths gate
and the scoundrel celled to her,
"Come o:: and go up to the corner
I with me and I'll give you a nickel."
Child like the promise Of tlie money
proved an allurement and the little
girl walked on up the strict with the
fellow. Her mother fortunately, hap
pened to be looking OUl the window
and seeing her daughter with the
Strange man ran out of the house call-
ng to the child to come back. Th
child, reluctant to give BP the Idea of
receiving the money, hesitated and
hi scoundrel with the greatest bold
ness urged the child to go with him.
The mother's call WSS obeyed and the
child went into the house, the strgBg!
r walking out Tenth street toward
The man in this case Is described
as of medium height, smooth face.
wearing a blue cap and blue clothes
Whether the offender in bottl CMS
is the same man who wore g dUg til
or whether there Is a band i f I i Imp
els at WBrh ! Cairo ha- not 'teen
determined. The police were notified
of the latter c.is" but no arrest blv
to the advertisements in ye
paper, the following being the
Cairo, 111. January fl, 190"
Editor of The Bulletin The in
ing words in today's ad's arc:
"Won" H. L Halliday Milling
"Prices" P. S. Haas.
"BrtOg" H. N. Calhoun.
The." R. Bmyth fr, Co.
21 I Fifteenth Street
To have delicious c
fast, mix cold water
tin's Pancake Flour, .
L. E. Haybarger. Venerab'e Counsel,
Addressed Meeting On Great
Benefits of the Order Has
Membership of Ovr
Cairo Camp No. 4940, Modern
Woodmen of America. Installed now
officers ;ii Alexander hall last night,
and afterward indulged in a bountiful
spread which included sandwiches
salads, pickles, celery, cake, coffee
and numerous ether good things with
which t orefresh the inner man.
At the Installation, B. R. Kills acted
as Installing officer, the following
being duly installed:
counsel L. B- Hnybar-
J, h Smith.
J, P. Morgan,
WEL-L KNOWN MEN CHOSEN
OFFICERS OF UNION NO. 81
from Finn nee to
The Mississippi from Chester to
Cairo no much change during the next
BABY DESERTED BY HIS
MOTHER AT BRIDGE JUNCTION
i cont inue ri-i
'he nex' M
F. let aster
The Williams Double Tripped.
Vestei .lay - Memphl- Commercial
Appeal: On account of the swift cur
tent in ihe river r rtogetetd ratal
bog tewhoal Jos R. tVMliesaa -hat
arrived Monday evening from New
Orients had to STagS up her w and
gsmtte 'Hp it to the coal fie. t -even
mile- ah ve the city, and Rot aw;iv
yesterday aftsreeog fr the ofcts rivi r
with her big tow.
Given Into Care of Miss Angie Webb
Martin. Tenn, a Passenger on Train
Taken to Children's Home
The Retell Clerks' Tl
has elected officers for
year as follows:
Presides) Henry Levy
First Vice Preside!
s eond Vice President
Secretary and Treasurer
Financial Secretary .1 W
du de- Martin Laity.
Camp physician II
Hoard of manager!
Scot) Jordan, a. Prlmper.
L. K. Haybarger, venerable oounsi i
of the order Rave a very Interesting
a ldre-s on Modern WoSKlnUUliSttl ii
whicb he enumerated the great bene,
tit.- to be derived from membership in
the order which ha- excellent Insur
ance features. He enjoined upon the
members present the sacred duty
each owed h his wife an I chlldn n. t i
leave them, in case of death equipped
Havre 21. Helena u: M iron Hi Mil -
City Jt. Usuthead is, Hapld Cllj
3t. Paul ' FreeinR ttmptratmre was
cspecttd to extend to tm liio tal i
Forecasts For Today.
t'siro and vicini'y Psrtl) ! i ;
colder, cntinucd cold Tn'- niin'nium
temperature will b ehne 'o M ,.
Illinois: tl fued at CMtsusol Fnir
asssaWhad colder warmer
K mucky :
Ten gam i
colder in ias'
R'vfr Improvement .r Csnarrst
a yeshlagtos f dispatch -hv
iRapreaesitatfve km mrced one aidant
jtlon of the Misuri river nn geeassb
ance of ihe prOSSsSBj to approprate
I. Ml remove the BBHltS from
i'h rive- Kffort was made to pr
;"'n' hbidlag am new hesriugn. and
ja resolution wa aggsslssj gNmMtog
I thai -ui hearing- involving local iir
movements wdelv hsM t" r- ,t. .!
I Bui it ws 'spresfly atipulated that
it -hall no' apply to th agreem'n
Its hem 'he delegation of St tMp
.an- in reference to 'he deep ter
A beautiful Utile bov baby aged ' 'o
about four months was deserted by
his mother at HridRe Junction ye-tei
dav and now bv tt,r aid of kind, new
friend" is iMdng ca.c: for a' the f'hil
drees Home by the mat i on. Mrs.
Motile Bdellae The child was re-
I calved at the home alxxit ." o'clock
The -ion ;- a pathetic oM yet not
withoel Its Mlcswgs hagterae, On the
lllhsoH Cennal tan? (rain from he
OMh Bill leg h' Hridge Junction
alM.ir Boon rest ergs y, there was on
board Miss lngi" Webb of Mariin
Ti mi . and a ""man wh se nam' is' on- of Cairo
inn known who had with hei a In-au lmsi -pedal
tifni baby. Mrs Webb got off at ' children
Budge JssKtasg to tak she traeererj Mr. Kasf .-n
I rats inio ("aim and having almln-d I ' he two who
child --ii tlx- train and an ac
anie bavins re-ulted a-ke.l t.ie
woman with the baSJ win re she was
i The worn a. i tppll0'' Tt,st she
too i- r(miir io ( air and ;be thtet
s'artil for the v iisf r train. As Mlsw
'Vebh wss about to Kft alnard. the
gel off the oilier train and onto
the transfer train but sion both
trains pulled out and he mother
failed in aiipear
Mi s WiJib grew et- inn a y but
hoped again-t hop on the way Into
Cairo that ihe woman would put In
aptiaiance ()t; ar.tvinR ai ihe sta
tion rcellllag her plight she told
some eas ' iige - hi i -torv and alter
Some imp lap-cd -he wa- advised to
r to ihe nine Finn' stMragd where
Kichenbei ger. the pi -M
a I iir of her piedb a
in to Mr M. K's erday
charity is towa d little
the i niii d States bavlng
over SOO.OdO membera, Tin
funds to keep the wolf from
Mr. Havharg.T -tatcl thai
Of Modern Woodmen is
;e-t fraternal organ 'gallon
paid oul over 184,090,000 in Insurant
to widows and orphans of Woodmen
ll who heard tlii- Vgry e elle it ad
In ss were impressed wiih the im
pottant place thi onb r oecup i -
among the many r eternal organisa
tion! in existence.
mi n- i
magg ii th- r- lief of
s i suddenly and
-Mangely bad bees thrust ssssg each
other's society and sf once drjtd
Hia 'he Httle one h uitd he taken to
the childun - Masgax
Mis RMg wa Bssseeaaasath hsppy
to he reJhsred of her embarrassing
"Itua'ie;' To Mr Kti- lay sh eaw
north , m a'. which
Sun ae(j Moon
Sun will rife toiJl
8tm wiltset today
Moon ill rtte tonight
will be 'aken up in 'he
r in a Ism a m el. nr ten
board of en-'inrer- f;
tbjl rivets aad harbors has not ye- aab
I m "e i,, ii,p eommit'ee its report on
j deep waieiways project.
If you enjoy mufTin- and waffles
Mrs Austin Paneak. flour and
ill be delish c l wib 'Ur r, ,jt
woman h i r . i-dl v said 'o her
will re pi? e take th" laby WhfM
I go ba k Into the other train and c
M'mcth r.c I '-ft there Mi-s W.
of ( area was ..bilging and taking the
lab in her arm, she sjot lato the
train also teeeivlna from the port--a
basket of clothe, the woman had
handed -o him.
Tln i. wa- some delay at the June
'ion and i h- woman bad ample ' !
Mere a if- i- '
and en mete
description of the child s
saying that ih woman had
a -c.ldish -hsde and
" 'day juried br luby fo
going 'hi N
Moving pictures for tonights i i i
goi H to the partv sci nes In Hc!r:iiii;
II lust rs ted song "Only a Messagt
From Home. Sw. i i Home.''
it was found the baby's clothing
lie!' heitlR BOthlng els., ill the Wa'
of garment I in it. which is taken n:
an indicaiion 'hat the mother had
premeditated the desertion of bey
child Tht re was also a bottle cest
ui! bag food, and a quantity ()f the
Mrs Fdel ne. the niatr n. wa- en
lheelgaf.il over the child and ih"
lonely pfighf of the little one ap
pealad to her etherty lean, she
told The Pnlietin lasr Bight that the
, would care for the little child eheef
fully s,, loSkg as it :? an Iggaggg of the
Tie halo i- a I oy will dark hair
and bin" eves ptamp and p:e ly He
eVMeetl ha- had i- il can- for the
child is in excellent physical c nidi
bNMB. He wa- gaitrg is a white dress
and wore a white skirt, a white flan
nel -kit. whit I a'batr'ss '(oak and
white woven cap, the clothing in the
kssshri j neat but simple.
It was msggestsaj ths the mother
mich' hav remained on the eih -'rain
I i I ihan s.ie had BKgeCta I to
and lha she mlgh' have b-en cariiedl
away at; inst her intention tint ss no a cl. an healthy
woi i ha i i '-"ii received from he- at Bitan.c Bleed
a late hour last n gh- the natural ma ' PI' asant and saf
AMERICAN IMPORTS LOWERED.
Itio Janeiro. Jan !t. Preside
Peons today Signed a deer- e for n
renewal of tO per cent redut "on ;'i
the duties on American Imports,
1 r h a -; l tt iif.ii
ser'ed her ,,-n
The baby has
Mai tin in home
he heari- -..
been nami d W
.f Mfcas Webb.
trscte much admiring- a't. n'ion and
' tp rsassasa of commiseration over his
sad storv At the home th- la-ke'
! fl l,v (he tt'V'her ,as olH1)e, an. jn
asgMBssBasr and Ihe town adhere she
resMee. Miss We'.h as m't here ty
friend- later and rovtln't'-d he- jour
ney to other poiiiis She ioubt! -will
nvver f'.Mgfft bi-r v'-t 'o Cairo.
Bone Pst'nt.ltchinf, Seal -by
rermaneiitly cured by taking H da' i
Blood Balm. If fee have ache, a J
fain- in bones, back and joints. Iti i
ing S'abby Skin. Wood feels hot .r
thin. Swollen OtsatdSJ ICising.s a- I
Bemg on th. Skin. Mucus Patches in
Mouth. Sore Throat. Pimpb s. or of.
tensive eruptions: Copper-Colon
Spo's or Hash on Sk n arc run dor a
or nervous; I Jeers on any pait of Ihe
body. Hair or cji-limw.- failing out.
Carbuncles or t.,il- Take Botanic
Blood Balm guaranteed eiire even
the wo: st and most ihi p. seated rases.
Heals all sores, stop, all swilling-,
makes blood pure and rich, com
pletdy changing the entire body, ggha
Balm tB. B. B.) is
to take. Thop'uehh
test' d for .- year- roninofd f Pur..
Itofanic Ingredients. Str-ngthen-Wak
Kidneys and Weak S'omachs.
gajreg Dyspeassia Sample Sent Free by
writing Bhaed Malm Co, Atlanta. Ga.
Sold by Oruggnts $1 per large bottle,
or sent by express prepaid. Sold in
Cairo. III., by W. F. Simon, 1301 Wash
'ngton Ave. Call or write.