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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1907.
Cairo Operu House. D. L. WILLIAMSON, Manaitar. 28 MATlNKH ANIfllTT HATUKIMY HE IT ROLAND & CLIFFOHD Amusement Co's Big Hit ThoMHocimiimlic-Alu leal r un cos lh ''' Phantom Elective A 'New I 'm 'Df ticliv- "Plsy Hpoelal 0'iiipiin ! Playe's MiiHitl ikoiutf of I'm Hv Uir a Quar et of H'liglnic Cotre Hani or Real L'ons. NOVVUC-HIM NOW-U I) 'N'T Prion. (Uht-n 25.j I) t-n Oii.le 60o LiMt, Tli oh U's 'if Ij wt Floor 75o bal 111; .Ma inee IMce 1 & 26 t Hiit mi lo fr'rb'ay Beptembor 27M. 8 20 ''."'-.' BUROENS 0 OUR DAM LIVE SUBJECT OF EXCELLENT SER MON BY REV. DR. L. D. BASS, AT THE BAPTIST TENT. MEETING WILL CLOSE PAT HE I 213 EIGHTH ST. Moving Picture Show Movim Picture 8 Rivals: Cam- I bodia.1 Costumes. Illustrated Song "By-Bye Deai ie," cung by Gamuel Collins. First Show 7:15 p. m, .. MISS LElDEL I Electrolysis and Electric Facial S and Scalp treatment. Manicur ing, Shampooing. A Select line of Toilet Articles. ROOM 5 GILBERT BLOCK. Home Phone 292. Meetings Will' Close Sunday i, Night Aftrr a Most Successful Ser ier Much Good Accomplished. LIVELY DOINGS III POLICE CIRCLES ESCAPED CONVICT TO BE RE TURNED TO CHE8TER PENI TENTIARY CAUGHT 'IN CAIRO. Lively Chase After Negro Who Beat HI- Wiff Almost to Death- Car Burnlarv at Special Offer Ten f tU pec- ' of for t- A --.i.!.ii ,(t. T. .'.:', !.,. ! t . ?,. ) hut4 i.i ..1 fi !' In '-..- Si ' i i-4n ; . lnt ' -i I . "' '.'if . hit. - mi i .1 1 - ;, , b " ! i . ..... ', ..., . .S. . I I .V l''Ul . t.i V'i .'6" If tou win cj!I at .-mi i..ilr w. w'lt bow lo aril ,nwrc II 4 r. f...i4 t4i upsnr't itmH lrtIOiuclo?y wl,-r - 1 UV I ...ii! ftcllfMbot lirf ill. U.U-' PAUL G. SCM & SOVS gents. ' Nature as n Wotver. As a vuaver nntuio produces fine Tvork. Crrtuln troa barks und !ouvb furniah o.vtclkiU tlofh, as. for iu- Bluiu-e, tho fuiiKMS taun cloth used in the Soiith S;a UlanJj. N'atura Is a t'lansiiiaker. too, according to tho In dian RovU'w. lly dischiu-Blng her lightning into budu of quart Band she forms oxquijita llttlj iiltfs of plaas. She mu1. v4 vulualiie ropoa of vai lona kinds 1:: tho chaio of tro,jlcal vinos and cieoi i.ru, and hn la evuu a lice maker, a 'J ltiitJ tho laco trocs of the Wokt Lu'lus. Dr. I ... D. Bans preaehfid nuothcr of lain ('XclU'iit Bcrmooa to a largo con Bivgatloii at tho Calvary B.lptUt, tout laat night. Tho special niootings will cIcbo Sunday night. Ur. J. n.sa, took for his text lant night Psalm 35i22t "CaHt thy burden rn tho Lord and He will sustain thoo." Ho said in part: "What sweot und comforting words! Each one has hla f.wn burden lo carry. Go whoi yen will yon will find It to bo true fc-cruo are borne .In secret some of the heaviest kind unspoken grief. Somo force tho sufferer to cry out au hence, we hear, 'My burden is greater than I can boar.' Those burdens are Sailing. . Now and then we find on who livt learned how to boar his bur Ion: lit;t generally the wail goes up trow Huso who suffer. We hear the no t. I' -bort Burns, on tho anniver sary of Mary's death, as he lay out bohlnd tho barn on the ground: "Then lingering star, with less'ning ray, That lovrst to greet tho early morn galn thou usherest In tho day My Mary from my soul was torn. O, Mary! dear departed shade! Whole is thy place of blissful rest? Soc'iit Hum thy lover lowly laid? Hear'st thou the groans that rend Itiii breast! Itoatltf Mj by, TrUoiurs. A novel exp rlmint is abo.it to be tried by tho Government of Vi toiln, Australia. A cum of J25.OU0 ha been placed in tho administration's estimate for tho rrak!K of roada by prisoners throush tho "bush." in un nottled part of the State. Estch prisoner who do.s h'.3 work wtll will bo paid a regular dally wago. the amount to ticc.uu jUta until bis re lease, when, 83 the Premier says, he "will have a i spectabie sum lth which to make a new etart la lifts. Ki!i tt t ie Indim H-.n. Nearly oac-hulf of the f.jhej caught lu the Indian ocean by the f.laden truLt el" p tea rxp;orinR ex pedition b-'.oiic 'd to the upe-clcs not heretofore do jvlbrvl In any boolis. Enormous spwlinens were found of black corals, ths raiert of hll corals. Mine. I'attl'B Kr.rnln?. In roft-re nc: to th utatomont that (,000 was tho highest foe Mnie. Tatti ever received,, Colonel Maplo son writes to a lmdon paper to cay that he and l.ls father paid the prima donna la America 15.000 for each performance. 1 romp ll ii 'f Knrtli The crust of the earth, so far at we can examine It, contains only about twnty oat or tho seventy-five or more elements, and of thow twenty on!) elfiht are prenctit to tho amount of more than one per cent of the whole. How the belief that these burdens are divinely Imposed helps us. My father won't hort nie is what we be Hove of an earthly parent. Can we not believe It of our heavenly father? Ho Vm.ws what we can bear and is uear to support us if we fall. 'Why these burdens are Imposed-- It Is ih t for us to know. Our efforts to pry Into them are natural, and I don't think that It is sinful for u& ti ask. what does this mean? Our in- ibllity to fathom them should not make us doubt, God will explain ail after awhile. Our belief concerning them should io that they are all for wise pur- so. . l'.i't the practical question Is hat is to be done with our burdens? Co and toll Him the whole storv and ill;;; gel Ktrensth to boar thy griefs. Oh, yi u say, will He hoar any kind? wary sin .sick soul. Are you poor wenry s in sick sould. Are you poor and In Wf.nt? Go toil Him tho story1 und Kay, My Father, open thy hand to I mo. Help me feed my children, (live mo ra'monl fcr those thou hast given me. Ale yen sick? Call in tho great hyslclun. Is tho future gloomy and I he way dark? Ask Him t. take your hand. Is there trouble at homo. Is thtro a vu'-anL chair whose vacancy tin.ws more painful, poos your si.'i worry you? Is your burden growing heavier and heavier every day? Somo Muie:1 they do. We sometimes thlni: it. wr.nld be sweot to die and leave l!iif; wo.uy road and wlih the brother- !n cd on high bo safe at homo with Cod. .Iis-.s knows what this Increas ing weight Is. O, If I can get all of lis to cast our burdens on tho Ixird wnai a rolii r it will bo. u. weary man toss.'d on the billows of life's uncertain sea and pressed by heavy Imrd'-iis, He will bear them. Chief Egan received word yesterday from Menard, III., that Wm Anderson, an est id hero by Officer Wallace some nlhls ago, Is wanted there as an -escaped convict, having violated his parole. At Tauims, ill., a car was broken Iriti some days ago and 28 blue and l.rr.wn llannershli'ts stolon. No clue as to tho Identity of tho thief or thieves. Wm. Marr alias "Big Irish" was ar rented by Chief Egan yesterday on demand of Sikoston, Mo., authorities Ho Is wanted there for utealiug $175 from a . melon grower. The chief lound fl.'lO on Marr. Garfield Cherry was arrested by Officers Wallace and Gilmore for fal'.- Inp: to pay street tax. The. Willis, a negro, gave Chief Egan a lively run yesterday. He had beaten his wife till she was nearly dead and when the officer came he made a dash toward the Mississppl levee.' The chief was lu his buggy and succeeded lit running the fellow down. Eriek Parker and another man nomod Scott had a. row over a chicken and one struck the other. Both were fined. WILL CUT WEEDS RFiAL ESTATE DEALERS PROMISE ASSISTANCE TO CIVIC IM PROVEMENT DEPART MENT OF WOMAN'S CLUB. Ill ROUT v Tho offlcor.'f of the Ohio Improve mont committee rf the Woman's club have requested the real estate dealers In tho city to see that the woods are nil from vacant lots listed at their offices. Tho agents promised their cooperation In tho matter. Tho Civic improvement department of the club recently received a gen erous donation from Miss Mary llalll flay, of Berlin, Germany, a former resident of Cairo. Mre. J. .V. Wencer is department chairman and Mrs. W. J. Johnston secretary. HOISTED UNION FLAC At Island No. 10 After Engagement With Rebel Forces Cairoites Distinction In War. John Sullivan, one of Cairo's old residents, claims the distinction of first hoisting the Union flag over tho Rebel fort at Island No. 10. He was in the Union army that stormed the Kebel stronghold there and captured it. The Rebels retired from there to Fort Pickens and were driven from there also, later. Mr. Sullivan says Ms brother was in the Rebel army ynd they could see each other plainly across the filing lino. .Tho brother was killed In the vicinity of New Or leans. LUSITNAIA HOLDS RECORD. Qneenstown," -Sept. 27. The Oun ar.l .liner, Lusitauia, arrived hero nt " o'clock this morning, making the I assume from New York In five days, four hours anil nl icteen minutes. .She now holds both the east and west bound n rds from Queenstown to Now York CASSIE CHAD A'ICK IS SERIOUSLY ILL IN PEN. Columbi s. Sept. 27. Mrs. Casrl" Chad wick, the Cleveland "h Izard ef fnaiu-o" who In s Tvlng a term in the Ohio penitentiary for her part in the wrecking of the Olxrlln bank. Is r -riorsly ilk Our Progressive Lanquaje. "I don't mind smoked oak and mls ln furniture, but that's enough to drive any rane person from drink in 'Ms place." The men referred to the Jsn In the downtown cafe, where to twneo n-ny be bought from a "cigar t." There Is no "Jnleer" or "beer- c ' in tho place, and a plala ' 'ilcr mixes cocktails. Military ISule la I'firmooa. Japan has e-ranliel a etrona; mili tary expedition to occupy the Island of Formosa, cwms to the many aa-eassination-s which have recently ta ken place by the ravages of the la terlor. Anti-Handsltakins 1.37. LIsbov has an antl-hard.-hak!?g ioclety. Membais i.o UjUIo Inn rules are fi.d Js sc1 the s-othi I txpendei for iolt-ry ti -ki ts for tjc benefit o2 t3 C- t .t-, jcr. Criminals' Power Over Animals. Few criminals Lave Ksssed such power over animals as did the Span lard Guerarra. who was executed some years Lack hi Newgate, Knglai.d. for the brutal murder of a woman on HainpMcad Heath. Ho caught and tamed lo rats so that they would come at his call and follow hlrn about t ay where. The mice, P-o. would come rnnnirs o-t of their hjks at the sound of hi j voic?. W. J. Cunningham, representing Cunuliikhaiii & Co., professional Deco rators who will decorate tho stand from which President Rooaevelt will address the people; also the Court of Honor at St. Mary's Park entrance iud arch at Eighth and Ohio street, are located at 709 Ohio street, (old 1:m Company's office) with a large sti ck e f fast color decorative material for doi't rating residences and store buildings and will gladly furnish prices and sketches on application. E 1 C L I OSS All HANDS H. S. DAVIS OF THE FILM EX- CHANGEj WILL OPEN SHOW TONIGHT THEATER OVERHAULED. H. S. Davis of the Film Exchange, has bought tho Nlcklodeon at I'll I Washington avenue and will open ;t tot he public tonight. The place will be thoroughly overhauled, repapered, new machinery installed and conduct ed at a first class picture show. The latest subjects in moving pic tures and new Illustrated songs only will bo presented for public approval. Miss Helen Dougherty will sing the illustrated songs apd during IntermU- sions Mr. David Penman, of Brazil, Ind.. will sing somo interesting comic songs. " CITY NEWS III BRIEF Birth of a Daughter. A daughter was horn yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Kelly of 230 Nine teenth street yesterday. C Real Eetate Transfer Yesterday, Goo. W. Fithlan et nx to F. lioyce, w d, Aug. 20, 1907, sw of no of w. and nvv of se and so of so, 4 15-2 $789.30. f OF ELECTRIC CAR WILL BROWN, A NEGRO, AT TEMPTED TO CROSS TRACK.S CAR STRUCK HORSE BREAKING ANIMAL'S BACK. Car Nu. 104 of tho Cairo Electric H. Traction company's' lino ran Into a wagon belonging to Will Brown, a negro, at Nineteenth and Walnut streets, yesterday morning, the .itep of tho car hitting the wheels of the wagon and erjklng the horse suddenly In such a manner as to break Its back. Tho car was Kolng north at the rate of four or five' miles' per hour and Brown was also driving north on Walnut street. The latter reached I ho crossing at Nineteenth street be fore the car did and attempted to drive cor 88 tho track; Into Nine teenth street. Tho motornian rang the bell violently and eyewitnesses stato that the driver of tho wagon was at fault. F OH R RESIDENT DIED III CHICAGO MRS. JAMES B. SCOVILLE PASSED AWAY THURSDAY WAS PROMINENT IN LODGE CIRCLES. EIGHT ARE INJURED IN RAILROAD WRECK Harrbdnirg, Pa., Sept. 27. Eight persons were Injured In a wreck on the Pennsylvania Railroad at Jeane'. t.i Riidge ut Duucaiinoii. today when the Altootia accommodation, leaving Ilarrisbuig at 10:40 a. in., ran Into a freight train. Railroad officials say that nobody was killed. A relief train having aboard four physicians and several nurses, was rushed through from Harrlsburg. Itailroad officials refused to allow newspaper men to go to the wreck in this Irian. CANS WINS SECOND VICTORY IN MONTH Los Angeles, Sept. 27. Joe Gans, the lightweight champion of tho world tonight won a decision over George Memsie (Jimmy Burns) at tho end of a scheduled twenty round bout. NIGHT RIDERS BURN BIG TOBACCO BARN. Walton. Ky.. Sept. 27. Night rid cr bunted the big tobacco barn con trolled by the Continental Tobacco company last night. Thiw masked men weio seen running away when the flames were discovered. The building and contents were soaked lth coal oil. Th eempanjr was raid to bo run by the trust. The Iokr ll! be- $30,000. Rebuilt the Sign. The big sign on Langan's mill which was put up for the benefit of the Hustlers and wrecked by a storm shortly afterward has been repaired for President's Day. It is nearly 100 foot long. , , aw th Horse Show. Dr. W. F. Giinstead and Wallace Hudson, night clerk at Tho Halliday we-nt to paducah yesterday to see tho horse show, returying last evening, They bad a flue time; New Buildinn a Busy Place. Col. Clancy's lino brick block at !11 Sycamore street, Is now fully cc curded. Clarence Petit has started a branch Racket store In one of the store rooms. Tho building Is a credit to that part of thv city and Is a busy place. Died at Anna. William Kratsinger, a well known resident of I'nlon county, died at his homo at Cave Springs farm, north of Anna Monday night at 9 o'clock, aged 71 years. The decedent was a broth er of Miss Eva Kratsinger of Chicago, a former resident of Cairo. Name Was Changed. At a meeting of the Cairo Iian & (Improvement Company's dlree-tois Thursday night, tho name of the com pany was changed to the Home Build ing & Ioan association. E. C. llalll lay is secretary of the association. STRIKING DOCK LABORERS SENT BACK TO WORK. Antwerp. Sept. 27. Final ilifficul- t itn having lwn straightened out. the shipping; federation today ordord that all dock la!orers who have been ea a strike, or who were locked fiat. be alio wed to go back to work. Fcy Youth. STc-htr All this time of hlsrh price your v' lirs: man has Hf-en dining with H3 and Bow that mat bas become a Kttle cheaper he hss jilted yoo. Flie- I teuJe Ula'ter ONE KILLED AND TWO WOUNDED IN RACE PIOT. Fremont. Neb.. ?"pt. 27. In a rac riot here tnnieht between neurons and Italians employed la the Mrf-t par- New Window Sign. The plun em tho attractive display window of the Halliday RlttenhoiiRe e-e-mpany. dealers in electrical sup plies at 01G Commerelal avenue has tx-em revised In acceirdanco with the roeent change of the company's title which formerly was the Eakln Ritten house company. Regimental Reunions. Reunions of the following regi ments were ledd on the fair grounds at Anna this we-k during the South em Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' as sociation meeting: The 77th., Slst., Hoth., 4'ith., and '.Clh., Illinois infau try; th Cth Illinois Cavalry and the 7th MisKHiri infantry. Extended the Time. A sielal nve'ting of the city coun cil was held last night at which an f-r.Iinam-o was pai-sod extending the time liir.it for the compl"tion of the Washington avenue track by the Cairo Tra'tlen company, until Dec. 1. The ordinance had been read the firt time and was s-lopfe la?t night. No other bn-?ines was done. News of the death of Mrs. James B. Scovllle which occurred Thursday morning at her home, 49:!,"j Indiana avenue, Chicago, lias boon received here. Mrs. Scoville and daughter former ly of this city went to Chicago sov- eral years ago to reside, the change being mado for the benefit of the for mer'B health. Mr. Scoville Is an em ploye of the Illinois Central railroad in this city. Tho surviving members of tho fam ily are the husband, a daughter, Mis. Stella Scoville, and a Ron, Arthur Sro ville, who is engaged in the lumber business In tho south. Tho decedent was prominent In Ro bekah degree lodge circles being a member of the International Lodge of Rebekahs, and tho Columbia Council, Vesfn Circle. She was also u itiem- oor of Lake View Chapter, order or the Eastern Star. BUCK'S HOT BLAST We will put any one of our Buck's Heating Stoves in your home for SIM DOWN, SIM PER WEEK In! i &&T1 fill 1 -f 4-J 1 i I Wil ! iXSo! xm i 'j' t o mi u a m m n m v i-.tiiLA acr JILTS CIRLAT ALTER He and Brother Killed Girl's Fade Offered Him Chance and Bullet Followed Refusal. FIRST BANK AND I RUST COMPANY 609-611 Ohio Street. - - Cairo Illinois. CAPITAL AIM) SURPLUS TIIRKI2 HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. A LL BUSINESS MEN REQUIRE Jx 1. - A ' sife b ink 'in which to deposit their money and T s i in i I ics. I ?. A bank fro n v. huh le dot row money to carry on leg- t in. ii. ilt: i.siness lutetesU Monroe, La., Sept. 27. Because Miss Jennie Duko, 18, was deceived by a sweetheart, who refused to make good his promise to inoft her at. the bridal allar near 'ecll, La,., last night, Albert Wise, 23, who Jilted her, and lis brother, John Wise, 2.1, were shet ."lid killed by James Duke, father of tho girl, and James Duke, her brother. When tho Dukes offered to spare the life of Albert Wise If he would wed the girl, John Wise advised his brother to steer clear of matrimonial entanglements. APPOINTED RECEIVER. Washington, Sept. 27. Harry O. Collins was today appointed receiver of public money at Missoula, Montana. although ho bad been ailing for somo time, his death was entirely unex pected. He was one of the prosperous itizens of the big city, owning stone etiarries from which for many years he had supplied the city. He was a generous man, giving freely to the needy. His wife pjid three daughters survive hint. Cotton Belt Soecial. Ticket Ageut J. II. Jones received word yesterday announcing that the Cotton Belt would run a special from Maiden, Oct. 3rd, leaving there nt 5 a. m. and arriving here nt 8:21; do- iMting It will not leave until 7 p. m. mid will arrive at Maiden at 10:25 cleH'k. This decision of the Cotton Belt gives Cairo a sieclal train over every railroad entering the city on Roosevelt Day. A. A b nk carefully equipped to lender the 1est as-ist mtv m t i v i'i- mess jiroM.suit)ii unayiny argauizriL-itL-tivety. bii k 'tit! dejiaitment. ' I. '"'i1 iliernln it- busines; methojx, but conservatively Mtiuiii-it ! 'I'Mir safety. . 5. A binU J.i c enough' to inspire the cot fulence of U customers, but not to larjjt? to ive every coi sideiatiou to tlu- i ici- l f lisiuu yotiiiK business men 6. A b.n.i; with rourteons officers, capable of giviug cu loiiiei.. souii'l busi e-s advice, i Safety Boxes for Rent in cur vault built expressly for the purpose of Mot age of Valuables. You are cordially invited to call on us The Iariiost DEPOSITS of any Bank In Southern Illinois. Lost and Found. Ixst, between 9:30 p. m., yes'erday and noon today, a bilious attack, with nausea and sick headache. This loss was occasioned by finding at all drug stores a box of Dr. Klng a New Life Pllla, the guaranteed cure for bilious ness, malaria and Jaundice. 25c HALLID A Y-RITT.EN HOUSE CO 616 COMAWRCIAl. AVE. GASand ELECTRIC SUPPLIES OAS PIPING AND INTERIOR WIRING ' . . A tifl stork of Gas and Electric combination fixtures. Gas Stoves, Electric Motors, Electric and Gas flat irons and electrical heating devices and nu elites of all kinds. Headquarters for Welsbach Lamps and mantles DRINK Lohr's Soda Water IT IS THE BEST. Cie-1 i" St. Lo'iir. Mrs. John A. Miller was railed to St. ljf.uls Thursday night by the sud- Ing work, two men were wounde!. j of h"r t.reitber John C. Lr.h- ne probably fatally. rum. Deceased was CI years old, and THE GREAT BLO00PUR1FIERAND FAIL MEDICINE. 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