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THE CAIRO BULLETIN. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1907.
THE CAIRO CUULE11N. (nS3 'BbliMed iWUv and asr T olUln ' tipawr-lotrc Aatea fey aw ' inanahi Mi 1aiH tuev tlally ul MuiiiUv tty carrtur tn Cairo.. ... uarrlar, uutaida uf Cairo. rTTTTT T 1 I TT7TT.T.T.I.T.I.I.I 1 w ft llloulh W uiouUi 'NaHioe to kubavrlbar euuaoribara will iDb' fnirtlu Kilblaoino u lu ul prutupt dllr on th wart 'rr(m. , -. , - Wall M fttto' CIRCULATION 8TATEMENT. Average number of complete and perred copies' of Urn Cairo Bui-lt-ttn printed dully and Sunday during the year, 190G..... 2028 Average number of complete and . perfect copeis of, the Cairo Bui lt tin printed daily and Sunday during the month , of October 1907 2175 ; October Circulation. .r.MlO 10...., 2100 ,17 2103 18.... 2101 19.. .2101 20 23:!0 21...... 2101 22., t . ., 2195 ,28... ..... 201)0 84 ,2ii2 .5. J-l9l 2G.. 2109 2.7 .".i.JflCl ,2$., , .2083 29.'. 2096 30 210) Please c e No 1 1 Slmtfritmntt luiiiiilra auo a OlrrJinlmtsJftluIiUr 4... c. .. c... ' 7... S7 v 'i .,.........,21 19 ....2110 ....3882 ....2350 . . . .21.52 .,..ur ,...2iuo ..,2100 03 J will continue fen Per Cent. your this think ttrrn 9 m m n,.,:; 2105 43. .V.20C3 Vf.',..'.' s. 2093' K,: i.. I..... 2098 . v. : it .3090 T.W above Is a correct statement of the 4 imber of complete and peneci copies W , the Cairo .Bulletin printed for tht, yrear 190G and for the month of Oct6i.tr, 1907. , - CLYDE SULLIVAN, " ; Business Manager. Submarined and sworn to before me tnja nrsi uayoi wofemuer, mui. , ' ; LEO J. KLEB, (SEAL) Notary Public. Thf pultln' I on aalt at tht fol lowlnia-pic :,..)' :.,. Clfin', Elghtli street Malllajr fiouaa Nwa .til. WalHtr'K 101 Sixth street. Hue front Restaurant Thy say, "money tallts;" but hen it has crawled Into Its hole and pulled the hole' ii after it, Clearing House certltkaW : wllj, make the noise, all right,-' aft right. V Air the congressional delegation of Illinois, hefcded by Congressman Can non, 'exerted . thcipselres to prevent the passage cf. a direct primary law by the , state legislature, it nas ai way bee claimed for. Congressman Smith: that his, strength lay with the people the voters. Then why this sudden, fear of 'them? ' 4 That we to Return of the amount of Purchases during .week. If vou money is wortji saving you ought to know where to buy your merchandise. lim'l White. -.. . ' ' V - ' . .; ' . , ' - '." .". i! v By EDWARD W. SIMS. U. S. Diatrict Attorney, Chico. IKTOV.I'S BLANKER ' ... 8tlhi:i Indian Vs Juatly Pun T ' lhcd by the C;--: l:.r. . A!;s wli.i.n hi'.' te'J.HO sal L.to al. The nun whs but a hna J j-breath 1 . the wetttru edge ol lt.ud. ..o!,o uad, u.ia r.iy wolves! V:cy ate up all my met lat daslis!" 'it teiud he, rockluc his bo.ly to au lira ' io was cuudi.ns the o il n:y.:.cry he here thoa hungry, wolvi g. At lnt he ceased to sway h!a body backward aii4j furwunl, but bat ttill u;.d su.t a 1. it Oiwuw 11114.1 .... wfufj-dve y.mr, -nfio the ..oll! ,. tl) ,;1VU1, B.rat. precarious cxiHtenee. ilia operations crundratlar, und pray i.it fu.i 1!" ha were cihiifiiM'il to the lii'l! Liine, sliortH'lninw, fake-lH't, ki'ccii I' lalumd. gowh, gol.1 liru'k aiul oilier wimlur schemes. Usually tluw tw,)W0 auil wlth h;s t)iall u.t Uv? .ma schemes were worked upon country people, imcl only small shoulder, drew nlga u a liti'i? roc!; oa sums coulil he ohtaineil.' 'J'hey also lacked nnother important . a ''1,"-sl(Ie' . 4 . it . ii . .i Wltl1 half-crouching h:lt-rannin:, feature of the iiKKlern swuullcr in that there was no pro-, strides, he lull upon Inyaa w.ta oat vision for a defense in mirt. Swindlers who worked these spread hands. .i.,...,.i.,a i... i 1.1 ' "Grandfather, pity ins! I am hua HE evolution of the swindling game during the hist twenty- OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alflwand.r . CJU"t noi ition 14.14. Mft.oi "iKfUtOP HAHHCNcs i- U ,,H HATCHKH rrensnrer, THOMAS fC MAtlOM'T it tnrney F M MOOT1B Comptroller, ERNEST NOItHM " i Police NtHglRirnte, A. J ROS9 Chief of Police, M. 9 BAOAN five years is swindler cke very out interest Hi''. a a erty decenls alien. Carrier's Liability for Communica tion of Contagious Disease. The M., K. and T. R. Co. vs. Rauey. 99 Scutlt western Repcrter, 58?. the Texas Courf cf Civil Appeals decides that a iallrpad company is liable to a pas senger for damages resulting from tiip wlfe cf the passenger contracting dniail pox from him after he hail con fractcd it "from the ticket agnt cf whom he purchased his ticket. Th "ourt hi ot th opinion that tl. ' knowledge of the ticket agent thai lie haif the small pox at the tims In soJd,tha.ti.cket constituted knowledgi off the iiai t of the railroad company. tlMis ecifnlps'to follow th rli'.iiig jc; ling vsV Railwliy tl Kamias) ' 28 Pa cific Reporter, 977, 15 13,. Am. St. Rep. 291. L. R. A. 31! "tnd-pattr" (chief among whom is out- own Uncle Joel will have great difficulty explaining, fjw a panic earf come uppn the. eountry wito un sac red Dingier tariff in full focce. Wc have had. It preached to us for yean with steadily growing earnestness not to say violence, that the Dingley tar iff waa the cause of our prosperity and oa long as it remained.-umlisturb-ed there could be nothing-but prosper-ity-eertalnly, "tore bo(iId f .be no panic How' about itUncle Joe? V , .'. t-x-1" i. ' ; Alt the 'bankers of Cairo are; en title tq ieredit for the very satlafac try manner in which the money sit (iailon has been solved- Their plan, agreed' upon after thorough discussion at a meeting held 4 for the purpose, fras been approved by Secretary Ccr telyou, of the United States treasury, spd is being adopted by the big cities, having already been adopted by many ot the smaller otes. In lieu of the of shier check system which they had iu&UKu rated. The inside story of this Important piece . of , financiering in which the commercial and industrial Interests of this -community were saved from disaster, will doubtless be written some day, as it should be,, and all concerned in It be given due credit. . Saloon men and others In Pulaski county, ' particularly in Mound City, are. much stirred up over the result of Tuesday s election. It will affect some of them very seriously. Vnder the law the saloon men can be ro qulred to close their places of busi ness In thirty day. The city will be compelled to refund the money for the remainder of their fiscal year. This will mean a considerable loss In property to the saloon men, and if the sum total to be refunded to them is larg the city will not be able, to refund It. Another source of trouble will come next year when the defic iency la ' revenue resulting from the loss f the' saloon license money must be , made b. If that city is in ant such ctmlHton as Cairo with half its total yearly revenue coming from that source, it will be impossible to make up the deficiency with the low valu ation of property and the limitation Hied by law on the taxing power. However Jlotind City- bs some able financiers who wilt doubtless find a way to meet tfee situation created by the sot reign pople. 18:12 Andrew D. White, American v educatcr and' diplomat, born. 1834 Const ructtoi. work commenod ou the New' York and El i rail road. ;S3C Giwen's remarkable balloon trip from Lciidtn to Nassau in 18 hours. : , R" iuke cf. Mint rose born. 1803 Gen. Sedgwick defeated the cf nfederati! at Rappa'iannock Station. 873 Alexander .Vackenzie formed his government!!! Canada. S82 Orover Cleveland elected gov ernor cf New oYrk. SS5 Steamer A Igoma wrecked oil ' Superior with kfts' orf Biography. Dr. "Abram Winegardner Harris 'it'Riilent pf Nilh western University t Evanston, 111., was born in Phil lelphia. November 7. 1858. and was educated at the Wesleyan Uaiveivl y t Connectlci-.t. gradnatina in 1880. He was for a time president ff the irniverslty of Maine, and he served also as director of the experiwiit 'jtreau of the national ilepartment of agriculture. But his great work as an 'oucaior was accompnne.i ..u,n.B i-, withln tne constitutional prohibitior. l I 1 "I A A 1 tkn hn I tve years, uhehiiiiiik m iwi, mat , was at tlie head of the Jaoob Tome t- tv i t .i r. i sluuu, run. . mon wealth, 45 Southeastern Reporter Tfintn i,innrI.ln,l I . rv-l l Lr I Tl tnD I 1. "" B"w7r ' so?, and State vs. Dalton, 22 R. I. 77. whools In the country, .and laid fte foundation for a magnificent futui 'lis work here attracted the attenti f the trustees of Northwestern Uni versity with the result that he was offered and accepted the presidency it that institution last year. Dr. Har risvls' poted as, a. scientist as well as an educator and is the author of many scientific and a,lmi'1l8tratlve Uin nients of the' Unltad States govein men. . . . .- ' '' J APPLICATION OF THE LAW. to. the heirs of , thl nnl,t i tirantnather, pity ins! I.UIIIU I . . trrv I n r-i utorv hiir r-o f':iil. make no defense to the scheme itself. This was a dangerous and cimi-jor- Great-grandfathfr, give ineaf'ta sonic method, of procedure, and during the last decade he has heen super- eat!" he cried. All the v,:i:1j ho ceded by the confidence game or scheme to defraud in its modern form. BtroK'e"( aaJ re-ed the face of the J . r gre.it stone gou. i , . The all-powerful Great B;;iiM, who j . One of the surprising things is the credulity of the average person makes the tras ami grass, can haar who has saved a little money, and hopes for large and immediate returns the voice of those why pray in many ,, . ' ., , . i 1 1 ,i . I varied ways. The hearing of Inyan, from it. It seems there is nothing so extravagant, so improbable, that (he la c hard :otl3 wu:. ,h(j 01)0 i the people will not believe it. If the stock of any company had any chance of earning the dividends which these promoters represent that jit? will, of course it would he subscribed and over-subscribed for it ; once , by, .the big moneyed. . men, and would not have to lie peddled around at absurd prices hi f ten as low as ten cents a share. When this J is suggested ' to the promoter, he always states that the big moneyed men are trying to get hold of the stock, but that It is not desired that I they should have it, bet'ause they wouU then come into control of the property; and the victim swallows the explanation. Alexander County, Pooulatlon F? County Clerk, JfCSStt E Mil. I, fit Circuit Clerk, LR1C H. I'A VIH Hliedff. KRANK' K. I1AV1H. . . Slate's Attorney. l.KXAN('ih WILSON. 1 Coroner. DR. JAfFH McMANr County Superintendent of Peh.,(ii, J'ROF. JOHN SNYDKR Assessor and rreasnrwr, TRK' c. NELLIS.. , Trading Stamps An ordinance a' templing to prohibit the giving c. trading stamps so dear to many hom wives, is in City and Ccunty of Dei ver vs. Frueauff, 88 Pacific Reporter 389, held not to be a valid exercl? of the state's police power. This d cision, and the one that the giving trading stamps is not a gift enterprisi is by the Colorado supreme court, 1: .this case, based on Young vs. Com : CERTAIN CURE FOR DIPHIHER'A FOUND Use f National Rap, For Advertis- :naThe; United States Suprame court In Halter vs. 8tate, 27 Supreme court Reporter 419, ipholds as consti tutional the". Nebraska law of 1901, making it a misdemeanor to use rei resentatiops 6f the national flag up in artlclea cf merchandise for adver tising purposes, thus, in effect, over ruling Rubstrat vs. People. 185 III 133, 57 Northeastern Rejicrter, 41, and People ex rel McPike vs. Vandecarr. 8 N. Y. 425, 70 Northeastern Rc norted. 9C5. NOVtVBER 7 IN HISTORY. State Statute Prohibiting Transpor tation of .Water to Another State. Cities located near state boundary 'ines often draw their water svpply from the lakes and rivers of the neighboring state. Where a city is exceptionally laire the watt-r sup ply for domestic pnroses of the state from which the water Is taken may be threatened. To prevent any such emergency the state of New Jer sey, near whose boundary lines are located two of our largest cities, has enacted a law making it unlawful for any one io transort through pipes, conduits, etc.. the water of any fresh water lake, pond, or stream into any other state. The constitutionality of this statute was upheld by New Jer sey court of errors and apeals in Mc Carter vs. Hudson County Water com pany, 65 Atlantic Reporter. 48(1. Alien's Right t. Hold Property. The .Washington supreme court, in Abrams'vs. State., 88 Pacific Report er. 327.' construes the provisions of the state constitution, which prohib its the ownership of land by aliens, except where acquired by inheritance, na ler mortgage in nood faith, or In the ordinary course of justice In the collection of debts, and provides, In general that conveyances to silent shall be void. Under this provision the state may,' where lands are oon- ,v(yei to an anen.' have the- same j declared escheated; but if the state 1704 Iasschus-tta appointed Den Bis peherdt Its agent ia Lon don. . 17&3-Lat Execution at Tyburn. when John Austen was hange4 for robbery. Ull On. Harrison defeated the In- fails to do this, prior to the alien's dians ia battle of Tippecanoe. J J -ath, the right is lost, and the proy- Munich, Nov. C. Professor Rudolph Emmerich, professor of hygene at th; University of Munich, declares he has discovered a cure for diphthelria which is effective In even the mesf adngerous cases In a very short time after its application. The remedy is called "Pyocyanase" and Is produced frcm the assimilation of pyocyanaeus bacilli developed in liquid cultures This matter is blown into the pa Kent's throat, and completely destroys all diphtheria bacilli. MAIL ORDER SWINDLER To Be Proceeded Against By Gov ernment Through United States District Court. St. Louis. Nov. C Alleging that Edward G. Lewis had fraudulently collected $1.183.0oQ through the oper ation of his mall order bank, the de funct People's United States Bank of University City, and that he hal loaned himself or his concerns 844, 000 of that money, the government today began a presentation of one of Its cases against the former banker In the United States district court. REMAINS OF CHILEAN HISTORIAN BURIED. Sandiego. Chile, ' Nov. 6. Diego Barros Arana, the prominent Chilean historian, who died here Monday, was burled tcday. The funeral procession was made up of fully twenty thousand l-eople among them government offi cials, officers of the army anil repre sentatives of the Universities an 1 colleges. The swindler usually has a confederate, to whom he refers the vic tim who wishes to leara about his standing and integrity; and it seems the victim rushes right io this confederate instead of going to banks or business men and making inquiries from people upon whom he could rely. Kvery prospective purchaser should stop and ask himself the question: "Why is this stock being peddled around in this manner? Is it possible that a good safe investment would be so handled when so much money is lvinr idle read v 'for rood investments in the hau ls of men who are competent to pass upon the safety of an investment? Who are the men back of this scheme and -what are their antecedents? At what batiks, or at'what established business houses are they known as honest, conservative men of business?" Of course, the Swindler has his jdaitsible answer to all these questions, and the victim takes his .explanation without making a thorough addition al investigation, j If- i i k A, : ' 1 f,V (Emtutrttuu Not m By REV.- DE WITT M. BENHAM, ' Baltimore. CASHIER ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. Kingfisher. Okla, Nov. f. Guy Con dity, cashier of the First National Bank, attempted suicide today. Anx iety over financial matters preyed up on his mind, until he became despond ent Hhis accounts with the bank are correct - England's Old People. In England and Wales there are about- l.tOO.000 persons over 65 years of age, and ia tbe course of a yaar more than a fourth of that number ar compelled to accept poor relief. We live in an irrever ent age and among an ir reverent people. They joke at solemn things, and make light of in scrutible mysteries and trifle with immortal in terests, and turn the Bi ble into a jest book. They speak of heaven without ecstasy, and of hell without awe. They neither shrink from sin nor tremble Jbe'forq (,'Jvd. They have no reverence for sacred names, no resp&V'foF "Sacred places. A church service is to them like an afternoon jrefception. ' They are there not to worship God, but to meet the people. ; What needed is conviction intense religious conviction. We muBt have men and women who know what they believe, and can give 'a reason for the faith that is in them. We must have Christians who j believe in Christ, and to whom the gosd is more than a "pretty story." jVe must have our people firm as the unshaken rock that forms a barrier to winds and waves alike. J The multitudes are dealing in "current opinion." They never scintillate a single star from the blank Heaven oi their own minds. I l:cv jask: "What do you think? What is yor.r theory?'' and mil "What are-the facts? What is the truth?" Kven Pontius Pilate, the most striking historical illustration of an unstable mind, could give tlm 'salutary lessons. Why, one good lady actually asked mo: "What is your philosophy of such and such a thing?" mentioning one of the articles ,'of our Christian faith. Great heavens, lias it come to thi.t ? "My philosophy !" My "philosophy of religion, my "philosophy" of (iod my "philosophy" of Jesus Christ, my "philosophy" of life an I of law "Philosophy!" Never! My "conviction" conviction of truth founded upon testimony. My religion is not an opinion; it is not a philosophy; it is a conviction. What we want in our citizens are principles of conduit f.xed upon religious faith principles of conduit which will keep men trie to llnir ideals anywhere, in Timbuctu as stirelv as in Pnhiiiiore. Srch prin--i pies as made Moses ready to meet J'liaroiili, aiul l.lijali reai v to invt Ahab, and the three Hebrew captives ralv to iih-H the fire, rnd Haricl ready to meet t!ie lioin. What we want are principles for 'vtiich inen will suffer and die principles whiili.turn our common ciav into he stuff out of which heroes arc made. tat ffiliaiw Want By SIR JAMES CR1CHTON-BROWNE. Eminent Physician. ' All fashionable fjod fadf a'.d folPes of the hon ae in the rwlure of deprivation. At one time the fen dem v was to stuff, and every new kind of nutri ment was h tiled loon to humanity. Xow the pendulum has swnngto the opx-ite extreme. Fo fierce in some quarter! ia the propaganda of dietetic ascetcism that in dread of being susiccted of gluttonv, we tan only indulge a Lcaitli? 'appetite in secret, ! It is curious that this tr;wr should have come upon ns at a time when we have only just awakened fully ! the ravage of semi-starvation in our nu'dst and realized the truth that oik- of the main causes of such physical and n.cntal degene racy as ex.s'.s among a is Lad and in sufficient blood. i The cry that we are overloading our t.n,j. In U rule is to rat what you want and as nnn h as rcu 'alse. Tl ktt Bobacrtb for U Bulletin an4 get merle ot U BuOttn ar rcqaeat sll tb tt Only COc per most tor ad to ml or Ulevoooa ttama to Uli a pa par rry tr ta tt r larg most sought after. He was the great grandfather, for he had eat upon the hillside many, many aeasuna..- He had seen the prairie pat on a snow-white blanket and then cUahse it for a bright green robe mure t!ia:i a thou sand UlliCi. . . ; , i . .. Still unaffected by tho myriad moons he rested on tha .everlasting hill, listening to the prayers of I.idiat" warriors. Before the i)ndjng of the magic arrow he had sat there. Now. as lUtoml prayed and wc;t tie fore the great-grandfather, the sky in the w-2Et was'r.'d li!:e a glov.Mng race. Tha sunset pottrel a toft.-, mellow light upon the huge gray stone and the solitary flgm be.iide it. It was the smile of the Great Snirit upon ths gr.indfath.er and the viywani ch'.Kt. The prayer was hea? I. Iktoail knew it. "No v. Kran-jf.it her, accept my of- ferlns; 'tis all I htv.." said I'itomi as be spread his hilf-worn blanket upon In .van's coll shoulders. Then tuoml, La ppy with t:.o smile of the caa?et sky, followed a fiw'p-ith la-.l!ng to ward a th:c!:cted ravine He hii no gone sr-any p-ces Into tho ehrubbery when before him lay a freshly wouivt ed rtepr! "This is tha answer frtmj the red wette.-n s'tv!" cried IlJoml with hands imllfted. Slipning a Ion?, thin hla l from ont his belt he cut Iargi chunks of choice meat. Sharping soma willow sticks, be place them around a wood pile he had r ady to kindle. On these stakes he t"-nit to roast the venison. While he was rubbing briskly two long ftick- to start a fire, he sun In the west fell out of the sky biJow the edge or the land. Twilight was over all. Iktoml felt the cold night air upon his bare neck and shoulders. "Ongh!" he shivered as he wiped his knife on the gras Tucking it in a beaded case hanging from his belt, Iktoml stood eerct. looking about. He shivered aeain. "Oujrh! Ah! I am cold. I wish I had my blanket!" whis pered he, hovering over the pile of dry sticks and the sharp stakes about it. Suddenly he paused and dropped his hands at his sic. "The old great-grandfather does not feci tbe cold as I do. I wish I hal not given it to him. Oh! I think I'll run up there and take it back!" said he, pointing his long chin toward the larie gray stone. iktomi. in the warm sunlight, had r.o need of his blanket, and It had been very easy to part with a thing which he could not miss. But tne chilly nlttht wind quite froze his ar- ient thank-offering. Thus running up the hillside, his teeth chatering all the way, he drew near to Inyan, the sacred symbol. Seizing one corner of the half-worn blanket, Iktoml pulled It off with a Jerk. "Give my blanket back, old grand father! You do not need It. I do!" This was very wrong, yet Iktomi did it, for his wit ws not wisdom. Draw ing the blanket tight over his should ers, he descended the hill with hurry ing feet. He was soon upon the edge of tha ravine. A young moon, like a bright bent bow, climbed up from the south west horizon a little way Into the sky. In this pale light Iktoml stood mo tionless as a ghost amid the thicket. His woodpile was not yet kindled. His pointed stakes were still bare as he had left them. But where was tha deer the venison he had felt warm In bis hands'a moment ago? ' It was gone. Only the dry rib bones lay on the gound like giant Angers from an open grave. Iktoml was troubled. . At length stooping over tbs white dried bones, he took bold of one and shook It. The bones, loose In their sockets, arttled together at bis touch. Iktoml let go his hold. He sprang back rtnazed. And though he wore a blank-' ci his teeth chattered more than ever. ' Then bis blunted senses will surprise you, little reader; for instead of being grieved that he had taken back his blanket, he cried aloud, "Hin-hin-hin! If only I bad eaten the venison before 1 going for my blanket! Thoe tears no longer moved the hand of the Generous Giver They were selfish tears. The Great Spirit does- not heed tbem ever. Zi'kall Sa. Against the Simple Life. Statistics showing a great Increase m the number of diamonds and auto-1 mobiles Imported during April, arouse' a suspicion that be popularity of the rtmple life movement has bwn some what iaggrat?lf Iadianapolls News. I i : , ! i Board of County Commissioner J. J. JE1VNELLE. Chatrnua. GEORfiE PARSONS DR. EDWIN J. OAUSB. HPW THF TRAINS Corrected to August 20th, 1907. Hll" t. O Krum Worth l t-47 i tk. 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