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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
AllGHC. fp VVtll ALONG n.KV and fjll is cominq on a trot. Now is the time to close up your summer tock. Get busy. iP A BUSINESS MAN want to take a rt in midtummar that's all iii, lit. But lit must not assume that atl the world of consumer has quit loo. TOLT7JME?. XXXIX, NO. 235 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1907 ESTABLISHED Df 18 C0RTELY0U BRINGS RELIEF TO COUNTRY'S MONEY MARKET AFTER CABINET CONFERENCE President's Aggressive Policy Said to Have Been Disapproved and Halted mam T f PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS CALLED ON TO INTERVENE IN TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE IS POSTPONED BELFAST moi SI THE HAGUE mm mm ZIONISTS ME Serious Disagreement Reported to be Result Be twecn Attorney General Bonaparte and Other Members-Rumors of Resignations JUDGE LANOI3 DELAYS INVESTI CATION OF C. AND A. REBATING. TROOPS AND POLICE WITHDRAW AND PRIESTS RESTORE QUIET. TENTH CONGRESS OF KIND AS SEMBLES AMERICAN ORGANI ZATION REPRESENTED. TILL SEPTEMBER THIRD! 8Y THEIR EXHORTATIONS SCHEME TO BUY LAND l Attorney General Bonaparte Will E-,And Prospect of Peace is Brighter In Palestine For Jewish Colonisation Six Hundred Boston Operators Quit--All New England Tied Up irninc Transci ipt to Sec road Kept Faith. Tract to Coat $500,000 Leaders Are Confident of Success;. Now 1 1) j Tn !hi Tin k, Arg. ry Cnrto i as dcot Rail- umctais ana Lanor Leaders Corif'sr Settlement Expected. Chicago, Aug. II. Judge Lamlla I lay pi s! oned twill September 8 thel Bift. Ireland. An;?. II. An ex , The llaue, AIir. H.--1 wand Jury lav. stigaiun of tho pertmrnt whs tried lasi night in the congress assembled h. re ti barges i f rebat'ng against tho Cat- strike cf dock laborers and carters, to oral hundred delegates w re nrenfii a recurrence of the rioting of 'at the formal opening and ma n mm cabin, t. the conviction of Un- Standard Oil .. . , ' ' ., Y, ' xim- American organ! -ratten is well re presented. wit alottisl . Sev- ain t ;un in : lai'.v Trift Cortelyou rnooo. Becreti untoiled. Assistant Secretan 1 Robert Paeon, alter hla con wit ii New Vork financiers to Oyster Bay in an automo u'ng while I officers kept Sagamore mil do he (inference em President I to the relief of to money market aid distribute government funds to ni I the movement of crops tlii.s year. Tin' pitta pursued last year Is to be fol lowed with some modifications but lu general it will be that adopted bv Secretary Shaw during his regime. Moy This at lion IS the result of the cabl- nl! I net meeting at Oyster Bay last nteht, ws - Itl which the distressing financial sit- oi S cation was earnestly discussed. The fere: eno avattsble member conspicuously nun rbsent was Attorney General Bona- '-i parte, whose recent utterances on ill i subject Of trust Imittng have aroused vigiti the ire uf. Wall street. , inp t The meeting followed the visit of was Secretary of State Hoot and Assistant r Secretary Bacon of New York. Mr. Hues went to the Wall street office Quest '. Morgan & Co. and was In con- Mice, e vit.li several Influential Quail I &uii tiers. I the i The street heard of tho visit and in-' It terproted to mean that the adminls- th&t t ration policy was lo be toned down, .that It (narked i'ie lirst rally in a falling petfoj of this administration in 1 market and led to heavy investment speech in Columbia next. Monday. andi purchases of seccrities. that what he says will be the most, ini Thai there is an mute split, in the ' port an! political declaration of the president's official family over the year. " .overumeiit's policy for the Ini-1 inOfliaie future in no longer tH doubt. I SECRETARY TAFT RETURNS. A breach that is to be too wide to bol Washington, Aug. 14. Secretary bridged has conic between Secretary Taft returned today from bis vacation Hoot and Attorney General Bonaparte, and from his visit to the president at, Ttiie fear of a "Roosevelt panic" is . Oyster Bay, ami at once plunged into Strong in the breasts of Secretary , a mass of work, to be disposed of be Root and his following In the cabinet, j tween now and next Sunday, when he it the policy of heavily lining offend- will leave on his western trip, extend ing corporations is continued. They (rig to the Philippines. The secretary an believed to be ready to go so far would say nothing about his confer as to to demand that the talkative at- ciee at Oyster Raw jongo i. Alton railroad growing out prey Ci the recent trial which result loriioy general leave t! 1 hat Mr. Root himself will resign If Company Oi Indiana. Mi. Bonaparte dots not go and less I ft was tho oii.jiiial intention to com rigorous methods are not adopted, fs ( meiico tiie InvestlgationAug. 27, bat laid to bo highly probable. 'Judge Laudis gal .Ihe had received u i no cabinet conference i St. Louis Leased Wire Operators Called Out But Return to Work Last Night Pending Further Negotiations lids all day, it was (he authorities bad decided to up tiheatlon fro ni A Homey General both the nolle- and troons outside t wp-MWtv.B .'in, oner nome snort ly , Bonaparte that the Chicago 4c Alton disturbed nec.iet.iij itoot arrived from! had been prom-sad immunity, and tho IrtrS on a o'clock train. S.vro-! iudue nnlemd tlie iidlimrnniBnt in nr .,humwi owiwm nor mm H Btcovas oi uie cas nngi c , maintain order more effectively than ' ii -win uie piOHKIeilt I 00 lotli.eil into. ROOSEVELT S HELP ASKED. Supoi intend, lit W. I Capen of th 'i,,. m, . .it,,. u.i.i..i. Hmm ....!.,. i..: ivansas i uy. mo., auk. n.-in- pnMtl u...i ,in,t n, nuumhh ,.. i u'1,11,. .1,. lt e.,.e.i ...wi. i ...v , "inw iv ,w,,a. ii,, . ... . .... "-'"- " ,wur--u " - " ""- w uiwvivu it:i i.-ayo- i !, i,.,i ., .c ,1.1 .,, . I oa ! 1 1 el I lane ta.av sent ii niessa:' inouiiced that 1 ', " .., '. ilo President Roosevelt askiua that be rmi us own nuMtness til n congre rings have g men of tl of in aiw a.V8 .ill rai ted I Hebrew faith, and I net recede from Its detonritnatioh Ml, area, the priesti agreed to look after the people. The priests declared the could i ii- hat soatlnn ntal in a liis In Bt endeavor to bring about sttieraent of the Telegraphers' mantle propaganda--the re toratfon of Jerusalem to the sons of Abraham ; our. realty, at oottont. a st -rn nusi ! H I. i tin soldier if tin.' hated "peelers and Gfficialr Were to Tell All. j lobsters." as the police ami soidiers r.ddressinK the grand jury , ace. called, Were kept out of sight. 5 Land Is said: j The troops and police withdrew at ave a conr.niinicatii.il from tae j o'clock. The experiment worked ncy General of the United States with marked success. While there ubfltance of which is that, prior . was much effervescence among the indict. nent of the Standard Oil 1 strikers, no actual or t breaks took a::. the tben CJntpd SlaHs pls-i place. Large and excited crowds col Attorney made an arrangement leotad and assumed threatening atti the officials of the Chicago & tudes, hut the exhortations of the railroad, under which it was - priests and other peace-makers ore proceeded against provided i v; lied and at 11:'20 o'clock last, night wottld assist, tho prcsacutlop In.! the streets of Belfast were practically d faith witli evidence and wit- deserted. cs i:i the matter then pending. Joseph liovlin. Nationalist member In i.v of this, it is the r-nnvi.-. ( f the House of flntlimnnii for ftolfiat ii soon iuiinoriiy ,jm. ,,,, ti, (,.,,,. , . uiiuun j fi,-li-iiii 111,11 faith i "Stick!" The word 'Stick' was adopted as a watchword by the strikers. It w. s TALK ABOUT BIG FUND. proposed by Secretary Russell and. ttess and philanthropic proposition. Kansas city. mo.. Aug. n. cat. B. " uevwtm amt.t has attracted world-wide speculation Ry,e- chairman of the go'ernment j cheering, !K to the ultimate fate of the scheme committee of the local union of Cem-I "There is only one thing that carl "Zionism." as the movement Is merclal Telegraphers, declared yas'.juefeat us," said he. "That Is our called, by wh flare, the Jew its promoters de- tarday that the Order of Railway Tel- selves." Secretary Russell read t problem is to h 1 ' grabbers had tendered to the Coin-1 grams lie had sent out yesterday e,l Id ! til tl word can: t. cottage regarding the , , 1() i s brought up in the Confer-M yo$ ecrt'iary iioor, wno Is aecom iy Mrs. Root, remained wit! (dent over night. at is, tiie future of the on pressed Jew of RUSSfa and elsewller, is to lie provided for - is not without i ppoSItloo on Hie pari of some promi nent men oi tin- jewtsn laity. tuercial nun now on a sttike, their million ilollai reserve fund. Accord ing to General Secretary-Treasurer B. W. Quick, of the Order of Railway gy1 and I Telegraphers, no such huge fund K j available to aid any allied union. ,A.i a arranged in the conference retarv Taft shall OUt'lne the ited the priests in patrolling the turned area, urging the people to p the peace. At. the same time, 1 troops were held in readiness in squires the department of do what it can to make g trlct attorney's assurance, i escuts a grave question be- the barracks, is of the Utmost Importance Meanwhile, the prospect, of peace offender should Undeservedly ! NW brighteneil. Sir Anthony Patrick puriisli.ncnt freiu crime on I MacDonnel, :ud?r secretary to the any such plea as well as that even the ciiuiinal may not truthfully coarse tm- spverumant of the tJnii.e,d States with bud faith. i Lord I.iec.tcnant of Ireland, has been I .' in conference with the local officials end the labor lenders, with tho view I ' .v arranging a sevtieiaeut ,f the di- It is pointed out as true that al though the leaders of the movement, have been laboring assiduously for many years to rehabilitate the He brewi again into a nation, ami there have bee t a number of .'engrosses to j Ibis end. until now nothing really j ih finite has been accomplished. It is said thai, in view of the de v, loBtpentp through tic present cm gross, those who have hitherto cast doubt t'pdn the scheme will rally to I the standard of the leaders, creating l.iitnty so poweriui in numoeru wtailh that success will be as-- a matter of fact Treasurer Quick's r port shows the reserve fund on Mar. II. 1 Hi 7 , had a balance on baud only $62,404,37, NEWSPAPER OPERATORS QIUT. St. Louis, Aug. 14. 1'pon an otd-'r issm d by National Secretary Wesley Itussell of the Commercial Telegraph ers at Chicago, the leased wire ppe -Utors were called out from three newspapers lu re tonight. The papeis affected are the (Robe Democrat, the Republic and the Poat Diapatch, OeclaiT.tious were nunle bv tll3 To Review Teiti mon-, utc lioint and another conference "'What this arrangement was tbe ,lnK 1 Court does not know, hut, assumes It I hetWl possibly may have provided that the ''fsoiiiniiv Chicago & Alton Co., should emanci-l AlCxaml i IP. .!..!.! pate those who act and speak rot it Mi"i"""",s' ,fi ;,s 'm'"' j Jaffa as the port of landing In Pales from all obligation to deceive and J l!,"r- H" anttOUiieod he expected a htm Thjf. 1)roxilIlky eonstltut.-s one mislead the jury on the trial lately I Sfr l,lo'lu'lU' of the nrincipal grounds for hoping l held for the same purpose the master carriers and rep ot' the men. Carlisle of Ilarfland & i P.. congress is to consider a pro-1 strikers tonight that the qkfTnv JiSaal for Hie ;,e.tvttshl... of Rr IVlt.-t. t i .lll.V'. ill hltikers olfiee, '' f ill t-! land in Pabstiiie larger than ahylcatied out. tomorrow, heretofore considered lor the pur The strike sltuution In St. Louis I ess of Jewish colonization. The remains unchanged. The Western land Is not tar distant from Ilaila fnlon and Postal offices c Inch promts, s in fulure to supplant GGOLD ADMITS jINHilFS TRUNK MM HUE CONFESSED SAYS SWEDISH WOMAN'S DE MANDS FOR MONEY HAD 1 ANGERED HIM. TO BURNING OF COLORADO SOUTHERN RAILROAD FREIGHT DEPOT. TO CAST BODY IN SEA DN AMITE EXPLOSION toted. If this lie true whatever offi cer oi tiie department of justice Is charged with the task of detennlning what shall be that department's atti tude must carefully consider the transcript of the testimony of thes univwy ngeuu in or.ier mat he may intelligently decide whether the Chi 'ago Alton railroad Is entitled to immunity. Whether the grand jury acts in this matter wilt depend en tirely upon the conclusions this offi cial may reach The Jury is therefore at liberty to take a rooe.-s until Sen teiaher 3." A transcrip of the record In the Standard Oil case i. Mn( to At y IKJeueral Bonaparte for exam SUBMARINE BOAT SNOWS UP FINE mT TARGET PRACTICE IN NARA GAN SET BAY - VIPER HIT THREE TIMES OUT OF FOUR. Nr irt, R. T.. Aug. 1 1. -The Viper he four submarine boats oou for the navy at Oulncv, has and if he concludes that the c.iiii,ii.i hnr toii.e.n. iriiu ... Mmm. Was His Intention Took Jewels As! Caused By Fire Killed Five and I - J ' ' , f 'J .' - "', '"'"mis,''s. '" n'"U"nset. Tl"' Vis-r. during lea taig.t - - ,i- Ki.ie ii . .it i u ,t , ., un. ',!.., ,i it, ,.i ,,.,,rit ,,r III. H i Precaution and Not For Value Wife Confirms His Story. Marseilles. Aug. 11. Vere St. Roger Ooold c.inlessed here today that he murdered Kiuma Levin, a wealthy jured Fifty Mob Wanted to Lynch Offender Taken to Denver. Boulder. Colo., Reeves, a braketna have been h not Uigate further. It-l, u ,., ,!,... , .11 ..,! tlWUO DOdy was found in the trunks of Bool I ' """"el am with t r.ud his wife on their arrival here Aug. I P'orado & Sout t: from Monte Carlo. ja"'' dynamite eat tjoold made bis confession to tle ' M con f eased i examining magistrate. Ho alone bad criiue. slain the woman, he declared, and If t ''vt' I'1 'sons w WU lie who cut np her body. altboUKb hundred were inj hi:- wife helped hit and Frank Rise d as suspects ll destruction of tin n station bv fin TRIAL MAT BE HID IN tl INTfll forty feet an. loaded and tir of which hit ring Ii I to a at full speed irpoiloes, three illes, where they dy Into the sfa. Mrs. Ooold. whos were killed and half I injured les4des the d pack it In th.dr l 11 luoiieny aiue,t at. ohm t million dollars through thfir acts A mob gathered to lynch Reeves CITIZENS SAY MAGILLS CAN HAVE FAIR HEARING THERE COURT WILL DECIDE THIS WEEK. IN MEMOBT OF GENERAL SUMTER lanned to cast the today when It became known that he COBOOB, HI.. Aug. 14. Jadga Coeh name is Vio- had confessed. He was spirited awav ian has announced that he will pass promised to M-' a carriage and taken from the upon the application somp time this Emma Levin lion for a certain ison. but she demanded IHM more. Ich she wanted to give to a man i at happened next Ooold says in hisj I had been drinking, and. becoming fry, I seized a hunting knife and I". it in Ktpma neck. She fell Id. The next day I dismembered th: Iy with a saw and a knife and j ced the torse In a trunk and the ! id and legs in a valise. I stabbed woman only once. The other nnds on her bodv must have been fortune. Mrs. Ooold corroborated everything himself Tresday evening about 9 n'oloek but the itollce would not eon irm the minor. KILLED BY EXPLOSION. Montgomery. Ala.. Aue. 14. A spec ial to the Advertiser from Da.leville. lam, says a holler at Shaffer's shingV u. ek ot rre.l H and Ka Maglll for a change of venue in their trial on the charge of murdering Xlrs. Pet Magtll. STATUE UNVEILED AT STATE BURG. SOUTH CAROLINA. IN HONOR OF REVOLUTIONARY LEADER DIED AT GE OF 98. Stateburg. S. .(".. Au?. 11. With ii t.T' -ting ceri iiionie.s and an elaborate military -lisjilav a handsome niomotUI lr honor of t;eneral Thomas Sumter The State late yesterday submitted ( was inneed here today at the irr.iw affidavits from n.arh 2tfl of the bestlof the Revolutionary hero. The event knoa i!i"iis in this county to tftttj stten le.1 by eminent represents fleet tl 0 t'n lefen rauts can be fair jttv.-s of the state, by a large number Iy tried In this lleV1tt county. . tr- eis. del. gates from the various W hile it is known that the etwt mlpstrtetlc swietks and numaou ! i -t was Inclined favorably towards (other visitors Former Cover ior M0n tra iting the change, It to the gen- tapue of Virginia, and Hon. R. A. . . ial opinion h. re that he will not. Inj Smith ot Charleston, were the princi tiie face of thes" afidavits. fend Ci-'lal ,- k rs at the unveiling, ea- !" nnother consty. Genera! Sumter was the unprlv. I'M i lie successful exploitation of th. property. The land will, it is bell, red cost together with the incidental ex penses, some Sr.00,000, and th" Idea is to form a syndicate for the purpose of raising (lie money. It has been stated that one of the reasons for selecting The Hague as the meeting plaee this year was the desire of the Zionist leaders to bring the project ti the attention of the in lernational peace congress now in MM tsioil here. So far as can be learned, however, there is nothing to substan tiate tills assertion and It is regarded as extremely Improbable that the peace congress would give the malt'-: any official attention. NEW NAME FOR NEW ENGLAND TIED UP. "Boston, Aug. 14. Six hundred t .' egrnphris walked out yesterday y obedience to an order received at o'clock this morning from tie- nation al officer, and union operators fn nnnolpaUv evert town in New Kn -land have gone out. Postal Telegraph operators were iven the signal at U o'clock this onflnue tor""""" '" promptly asserted their mess with a limited mini ' ! untems ana letf nH. mil. Una: A t her t.f operators. There is no .lis ; '",,m Gle Wi stern Union men fol.'o-.v- order or excitement. j 'd their example, and a short lime later be operators in the Chamber of WENT BACK TO WORK. ommoree building went out. St. ixmis, Aug. 14. Three hours af j tlperators in the employ i f th l tor the men left the leased wires of !5r,'"t Northwestern Telegranh com ihe newspaper ogiees an agreement i lil"-v Canadian Pa. lfic Rail the authority of the general executive board. The most Important Is practically a call for a general strike, it Was as follows: "To All Leal Presidents and See retarks: Oeneral executive h aid here. Strike in cities now out author ized mil legal. Local officers in tho m cities will span- no efforts to take ottt every Western i'nion. Postal and As soclated Press opera-tor. Telegraph el's in .(her cities will refuse to work witli offices on strike. ""WESLEY RiJSSEfX, 'Un tenia! lonal S. retarv." was reached by the local union's ex ecutive board and the publisher! whereby the operators returned . work, pending further negotiation! aid word from President Small. A M SCHOOL AT LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS - NAME HA? BEEN CHANGED j THREE TIMES SEVERAL REASONS FOR LAST CHANGE. Leavenworth. Kas.. tie- opening tomorrow term of the Infantry School at Fort Leaven w th u. an tru around in the ! ln,M- "ear that place, exploded this held a speeial term in or afternoon and T. m McCarty and Wil . Magills might be fated irried off Emma "-nn. raves, employes of th- mib. Their eaes are srt for the Nt r their vabte. but hsnge of venue ap; licatb n j ng e neral officer of the w I the refusal of the court to. Am rh an Revolution, and that the I bout r Fori Snmtcr. in were kill. ftoold said thf t in's jewels, nr order to prevent their disc. ; apartment. Oooi i said his grandfather was a ironei and tils fattier an Irish magis- j Warsaw, in it". He said he bad once served ae- j destroyed tt" If in th Irish Ia:id Commission I Winona lake term aid t. th are oa t on bt NEARLY DRAINED. lyoamltersj DIED OF FEVER. which wes wjttet of j Havana. Aug. 14. Sergeant Wet - r i.ters from lake fell ley Mrrritt. of the Mbav4tai rorjm. one iartera. f ct the Iflt of the abea to become in i in Virginia to ted With veliow fever i dead. I Camden S Hie fit st sbo was ar. was named. Drrbij i Sumter was one of th. st active -ianitan lead ith. Uke Marion he as H an. 14. On the new Cavalrv he name chool of .he prin- clpad tee Oi th. titre.- military ser vice schools estabiishe.1 at Fort Lea veiiw.-ith. The other two schools, the Army Staff College and the Sis I, a! School, sprang from it. This will he the third change in tamo ktaea the scbool was started twenty-six years co. When tin school was organized In Ms. I9J1, f was designated "Thf S.-h.wil of Apli cation for Infantrv and Cavalry." Tt ws changed shortly afterward to "In fantry and Cavalry School. ' There are several reasons for the new -. (change in nam.-, and one is that sti; g ideal officers from all branches of the KU.rvico iasf ad cf only infantry an! cavalry, attend it now. The Importance or the military sr j IBM sf-hools here is Increasing ;i -t J ar. The rank f the student officers I ia hlirhflr lhan U Mi r,v Rat,.,. H. WILL LEAVE CHICAGO. Chicago, Aug. II - No change Is ex pected in the strike situation until the arrival of President Small. He is expected tomorrow. Daniel Keefe, vice president of the j American Federation of Labor, left ihe city last night. President Com lera and John Mitchell will leave to day or tomorrow. Tiie executive oiiucil cf the America. Federation at Labor niectil in Wasliington Mon lay. and they must be present. This me.tiiig will probably Issue a eall lot financial assistance for the strlk crs. Ralph M. Kasley left last night for New York. Inst i net ions were issued yester day by the general executive board for every telegrapher in North Amer lea to refuse to work with strike bound offices. This Ik virtuallt ,"i "d"i for a general strike. The order was followed by strikes in many ities. Will Try Again. Commercial .Will will hold another conference today with the interna tioiial officers of the strikers. Pratt dent Compels aftd Mr Mitchell wiU road operators in Canada hav. fused to work wires from the cities lu the United States In which the men are on strike. Fifty messenger hoys hate struck in sympathy with the felegraphets. Associated Press operators in a lumber of New England towns oct toe of Boston have left their instru- hat ,ny officials na was no nt that th Superinteii I VVestern I'll e i in Ks slide a settlement REFUSE TO ARBITRATE New York. Aug. 14 --With thr (rike of the telegraph operators ba oming more widespread everv liou the Western I'nion and Postal Tele ,i,pn companle da i t. This was after M. J, Regan of the tate board had visited the headouar ters of the striking operators and oh talne.1 the word of the leaders thev were willing at any time to abide by the decision of the person or K-rs..ns select.-.! to hear their grievances and the reply of the company. I he officials of the ed tonight the had hey needed a business i, (Ten the greater n offices were strike bad ex East and Cam sullied to del company deolar 11 the operators e handling a'l y admitted tha' f their bra.tc'i and that th -to cities down affects.) by the Th. it Lnn i. . , . . miwewrt was ter lielow n'r- mal. thousands of (nrsoas using the long distance telephone line- wh.r I', s.- ible and otle ' - , . t t, , , , , -fecial dellv r of the I aite.1 Sta mail. 1 i AUTO COMPANY GETS RECEIVER any uKin the applleat Mc.Msnus Kelly Com pan y . According to the attorn ie recein dtership liabilitiei tn'sh An. lieutenants. i-ienlng af i war. c-n attend the r in. hi.i d ON ACCOUNT OF RIGID MONEY CONDITION A STATEMENT SHOAS $5.30000 LIABILITIES. I.60C.OOC ASSETS. Hartf. r.: , nn . Aug. 1 i - Egbert 1- Tatihlrn was todav appointed re r-oDilltlons. The com- I . x" -e Pom Cod i patty art rinutactureni theecM t fit. million dolUr CHICAGO BANK CHANGES HAND? Chicago, Aug- 14 The Federal .N,, tiona! Bank last r eht iaaseil into th m