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.7: I j 1 I THE CAIRO BULLETIN UNiONMai& for this port which will facilitate the coaling of KteauiboaU. nurad at ttWra rofteaMfortntunluloB ummgn mailt m Moon4-laM rtM. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MAYOR. ; George Parsons authorizes bis an nouncement as a candidate of the CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE PART for re-election to the office of flayer of Cairo, at the election to be held 00 Tuesday, April 20, 1909 . FOR POLICE MAGSTRATI, John Hogan authortees bis an- 'nouncement as a candidate for Po-J lice Magistrate of the city of Calm, at the election to be teld on Tuesday, April 20, 1909. . t .- po"licemagistrate. Judge A. J. . Ross authorizes his anouncement as a candidate for re election to the office of Police Magis trate of the City of Cairo, at the election to be held on Tuesday, April 0, 1909'. ' The Theseus in Trouble. The tug Theseus of the Cairo City Coal Co., Capt. Geo. Spenee in charge got Into trouble at Mouinl City yes terday afiernoon. In moving out of the harbor her propeller wheel picked up a wire rope which had been used to hold an old dock, and the ttig was stopped and went asround. Efforts to pull her off by means cf hrr aitchor failed and last evening Capt. Spenee called for the Fred Hartwe.; to come ill) from here to pull her oJf ALLEGED VEGGMAff INDIANS AND MILITIA WILL CLASH TODAY (Concluded From First Page.) 1 hose states for various crimes, ti i who escaiied to Oklahoma. They found refuge with the insurrectionary Indians, thus taking a despera; chance of escaping themselves. SHOT IT TAMMS CAUGHT IN ACT OF ENTERING RESIDENCE OF DR. DUNCAN. Including Black Mask, Revolver, Skel eton Keys and Explosive Cor oner $ Jury Exhonorates The Doctor. INDIANS FLEE. Henryetta, March i'S. When the POLICE MAGISTRATE. state troops reached Crazy Snake Andrew Whitcamp authorizes his camp at irine o clock tonight the announcement as a candidate for found it deserted, an.l every tppee Police' Magistrate of the city of Cairo, hut anil tent in flames. The Indian at the election to be held, on Tues- had fled to a stronger position to the day, AprU.J!pta9j),9..:.-'; ;, , FOR CITV,TREASURER. , Guy Morse authorizes his announce ment as a candidate for city treasur er of Cairo at the elty election to be held on Tuesday, April go. .11909. north, where a bat'le will likely fought tomorrow. he ALDERMAN. FOURTH WARD. ' John A. Bourgois authorizes his an nouncement- as a .candidate far re election to the office of alderman morning. from the 'Fourth' ward of the city of 'his morning, Grant Johnson, former . . . . -. -. . .. It.. . 1 t .".......- - 1 t I. Ml t ... Cairo, at the election to ne new on KILLED AN INDIAN. Oklahoma City, March 28. A dis patch from Stidham, the basis of ot- erat ions' tor one division of the offi cer's posse, says the officers are gat'i ering tonight at Pierce ai d will proli ably not so further beyond before During one engagement Tuesday. April 20, 1909. ly a United States marshal kill' Indian. SCHOOL SUPER I NTEN PENT. Prof. S. E. Gott authorizes his an nouncement as a Republican candi date for County Superintendent' of schools, at the primary election to bf held on Tuesday, April 13, 1809. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Peter Saup authorizes his an nouncement as a candidate for coun ty commissioner of Alexander .county of Bubject to the Republican primary confidence election to t( held Tuesday,. April 1909. - FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Judge Win. N. Butler authorizes bis announcement as a candidate for nomination as one of the three cir cuit judges to be named by the Re publican voters of the First Judicial circuit of Illinois. 1 at the primary election to be hold .on Tuesday, April 13, 1909. - J SAME SAVAGE TRIBE. Oklahoma City, March 28. The .Snake band of Creek Indians hav never turned from their old day cus toms. They opposed the division o iheir land and refused to take aile: ments. Crazy Snake often expressed to the cfficials his displeasure. pleaded for a restitu'ion of the rights his tribe. He always expressed that the government u, I would entirely disiegard the treaty ofl8J2, under which the Creeks cam west of the Mississippi river. A white man said to be Will Davis of Marion and supposed to be a yegg man was shot and instantly killed early yesterday morning at Taniins, by Dr. E. J. Duncan cf that place The supposed Davis with two other. men. it is said were attempting to burglarize the doctor's residence. Dr. Duncan had been out on a pre fesslonul call and returned home about 3 a. m., and when be started to enter the house the man jumped in front of him and the doctor drew Irs revolver aaul fired. He shot the man through the heart. The other two men who had been hldiug near the bouse made their escape when the shots were fired. A revolver, a black mask and a smaN piece of white cheese cloth were fouud near the body. A search of the dead man's clothing brought forth a bunch of skeleton keys and some soap, .some man whose caiii'1 ould not be learned identified the lead man as Will Davis of Marion. He said that he had known the fal low all his life and that there was a scar on one of his arms. The sear was found on the arm but. there is some doubt as to Identification. Coroner McManis sent Hal Sull van to Tamms yesterday to hold th inquest and brin? the remains her The verdict of tlie jury was . that as an unkuow:, white man. ard exhonornted J r. Duncan. The re mains arrived here this morning on Mobile & Ohio train. M DAMAG E AT BIS POINT IRON MOUNTAIN AND COTTON BELT AGAIN MOVING THEIR HOUSES. 00000000000 o o 00000000000000 00 oboe 1 1 u HAD BURGLARS' OUTFIT LEVEE NOW IN DANGER o oj - : " "TT" ' " ? I IL 1 ,. ..... r, - ., niaHlAmT - V1 1 I I 5 Only Twenty Feet of Bank Between Cuting River and Government Embankment Nothing Done tJ Save It. C tit t ttttX tl tit tttAt I THE WEATHER jj rrrrnrmrrrriTrrrmrn i Negro Who Confessed to Murder After Hi Arrest Commits Suicide in Prison, Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. Maximum '. . . 04 Minimum At 7 n. m At 12 midnight (street record) General Condition. The day was fair and quiet, al together pleasant and it was 'thor oughly enjoyed by pedestrians' ami Popple on the streets generally. '. Forecast for Today. 1 Cairo and vicinity:' Fair; little change In temperature. Illinois: Washington, March 28 Partly cloudy Monday and Teusday; warmer Tuesday. New York,. March .28 James Vango, a young negro, wlw niter his arrest in Chicago confessed that he murdered Isadora De Valiant, night clerk of the Eastern Hotel here, for the purpose of robber y, strangle i himself to death today. Vango ti:d a handkerchiem around his ne;k, ...I twisted ft tieht with a il '9 (Q. .. pencil until it choked his wind pipe nun tne same pencil he had written two notes of farewell. To his wife hi- wrote: Dear Wife: Death is but eternal sleep, why should I stay and suffer? Forgive me." To the detective who arrested 1dm he wrote: av. Jim, you was on th" job all right, but I think 111 take this out." The washing away cf Birds P I t by the .Mississippi river which s;arted last year has ug.iln com menced and it is feared that much damage will done. Within the past few days the river has fallen and the curmit has Increased la very little damage was done as ti e' grarodn at the top of the steep binkjiSl o o Q o ft o o It DRAGGED TO DEATH FRED WEISENBERG OF PULASKI COUNTY VICTIM OF HOR RIBLE ACCIDENT. When Breaking Colt in Sulkey He Lost His Seat Foot Caught in Cross Bars Dragged Three Mile.. way Sun and Moon. Sun will rise' today .5:52 a. ni. duii win ser. tonav ..... a. m. Mooti will set tonight ... 3:01 a. m. ON THE HOME STEETCH . S. Soldier Reache Mobile Bound For Gulfport en 1.800 Mile En durance Walk. " rSote: ' The ab6ve sua and moon record la for Illinois and approxi mates the record at Cairo within a few minutes. . , . , ... An awful accident oi'curred about It': 20 yesterday morning a;. Ameiica in Pulaski county, in which Fieri Welsenocrg lost his life. being dragged to death by a run-away colt The story as given by The Bulletin's Mound City correspondent Is that th young man was engaged in break ing the animal in a sulkey. He was a good horse man and fearless; he had the animal under control and was driving along at a good gait when a rough place in the road jolted him out of his seat. He fell forward and his foot was causht in the cross bar, which held him fimly. while his head dragged on the ground. The young coit dashed for ward wildly when this happened, run ning at terrific speed along ths read up and down B?ve?-al hills, dragging the unfortunate man' In tha.' manner for three miles, to within a mi'e cf Olmsted, opposite the Huehes f.irm where the frightened animal wai stopped. Chas. Weisenberg, brother of the deceased, saw the accident, and quickly moun ing another horse gave hase. but could not cati h ho r.m. 2 ttxtttt tttttlt I lltt U It NEWS OF THE RIVERS mi , f rrrrmrrrmirrrrm The T. H. Davis took a barge of lumber to Joppa yesterday. The government light house ten. der Gojden Rod arrived yeste.day fronr New Orleans and went to the banlp here for Sunday. She wl 1 leave today for the upper Ohio. The John S. Summers ewn' south with an empty barge for lumber. The Russell Lord Is coming up from White river with a tow of rail road ties, for Pa-lucah. . The Ferd Herold Is du to'leav.? Memphis for St. Lords and Cairo. The City of ' Saltillo .was on- the ways at St Louis to'. liaVe" her hog chains lightened. ' She will come out the lat er part "of 'the' rteek with party of 100 .iouiie, Aia., March US On the . an i.o'ri iiiiif waiK, an en nurance test under the direction of awav. U r . I r. ' -- "'... u. oofi:. if -ceased was about ?,0 years old . . company a. Signal and not married. He is survived bv Lorps. I. S. A.. Kfnti.ini.,1 at f, ci hlo . . . . .. .. - "l - .Tii'.-i-" I'aiT-iuB ana uiree rirotners, one auu one oi nve who started from of the latter residing in New York oau.i ch. .Man,.f .Mn ii., dragged him- City and another in Yashvflle Tenn ..juuut- iai iiignt. line iam:iy are among the lea.lin" Ltcchrow aa.l four other members People ! Pi iaski county being pros Ul u' corps it sauit Ste Marie foi I r-rcna farmers, and are well known ouirport, Miss., a dis'ance of 1 80.: ,n Cairo. miles and to be covered in 'J) dav.-; "f 1 . aotress wants hiiiisf j. .. i .. . . - . ui uie.i anu il is solid ear h while down about 10 feet there is a tln'ik strata of bland, and it is t hit that that the rivtr is washing, which undermines the lank above. Recently the bank' l as be.-a caing rapidly and Fil.lay night a large Kir ion went i.ito the river i-i front of the depot. The river Is now about forty feet from the depot and is eating away the earth at tills place very tast. 1 lie Cotton Le t has two forces of men working -a' the Point moving the company's houses b it k from the edge of the river. - It is un derstood that the depot which has been maved back several tint s will not be moved any more and will now be left to the mercy cf the river. The bank near where the round house for merly stood, which is now the l.tnd irsg, is being grade. i so as 'o mnko the landing more convenient for th Cotton Belt and Iron Mountain pas sengers coming and going on the trr.nsfer boat. About 100 acres of land, besides houses, fences, ti-s, railroad track and valuable timber has been car ried away by the mighty current of the Fa-her of Waters. When the river is at a low stage piling of the old Iron Mountain incline can te seen about 50 feet out in the river, tho space between, which is now the channel for steamboats, was formerly the railroad yards for the Iron Mcun-i tain and Cot ou Belt. The river is ;iow onh- about twenty feet frcm the gnernmuet levee and will soon te washing that away. Nothing has been .lone to check this caving and it does not tenn probable that anything will be done rn time to save the levee. Several years ago a small piece of revetment work was pi:t In ju-t above where the present larding Is. The work has proved satisfactory and the river has washed around it leaving a large point of ear;h project ing ot into the water which hss not been cut by the river. Tho r-. vetenient work comets cf a large matrress of nets woven together which Is sunk and stone thrown on to hold it down. o TOECAUSE the Cairo Cily Gas Company will reduce Ihe price bf gas on April 1, 19D9, to $1.50 per thousand feet and will give a discount ol 25c per thousand feet if the bill is paid within tcil days from the date of the bill, making the net price to the consumer S1.25 per thousand . feet. EVERYBODY can and should use gas for cooking. An 18-Inch, Double-Oven Clarke Jewel Stove will be furnished, connected free, (on easy terms) for - - - i c c CAIRO CITY .GAS COMPANY I w coooooooooooooeeoooooi'oooo do o o o o il "Pi IS FULL" II OPERA HOUSE STRONG DRAMATIC STORY TO BE PRESENTED TONIGHT "THE MAN OF THE HOUR' TO MORROW NIGHT. ; his awecthtart chum's fiam his political ally as the Alderman; the ::l!y of the Hoss as the KinaiK i.v; the Financier's ally a.s the Hruker; Away from the beaten path, worn hard by the constant travel ef the author who believes In conventiouil themes did Kni-ne Walter stray .i his sfarch tor a story wbuh might appeal to the great mass of theatre goers in America, and "Paid in Full '. which will be given on the stage of the Cairo 'oj.era house toright, by Wageuhals and Kemper, he has found a novel story." It Is neither a play of the east nor of the west but of all America, and he has creah d strong characters, participating in strong scenes: Prices 23c to $1.50. Ill r DISK "The Man of the Hour". "The Man of lh:- Hour" the jda by George Broadhurst which to be acted here in the operah nose on Tuesday Mliarch 30th. by William A. Prady and Joseph R. Crismer's New York Savoy Theatre company. Is unique in one respect. That is that every character in it is descrihable without, the use of the character name. The hero is always spoken of as the mayor; his chief opponent as the Bess; his man chum as the Idler, is t.ie neir.ss; t.ie an.l Mack In . their greatest success! ee as tne Men.igrnpner, "The Sunny Side of Broadway" pla I ere oiiJ Wednesday, March 21st,; me upcm un:se. i neir support ) htrong. the cstumes beautiful nil the novelties and electrical effect jtu'luding the wonderful Faceograpl are unsurpassed ly any product. of its kind. Prices: USe to $!.(w Sea's on sale Tuesday. mas m ir-.v.f' w. 'yf-i Mr- 'The Mayor" and "The Financier" in "The Man of the Hour" at Cairo opera house to morow ni"ht. the official "pull" of the scoundrels as the Judge, etc. Prices: 2 He to $1.5'. Sent.s on sale tcdav. "Faust". ' In the jxriraya! of the role of "Mat giierite" by Jllss Olga Verne, lies th chif artistic charm of the perforin, anee. Miss Verne's "Margarite" i an exquisitely delicate yet forcefuf piete cf work which gives promi.s.? cf high future attainment. Her caj reer may be watchel with interest- . , .. , i .i .... .... - .... . !: ,u: juiiii sutrgeon s rendition of Mephlftio leaves nothing to be d. sired. The famous Brocken scene' 1 J sufficiently weird to give the behold cr sulphurous dreams. At the open house eti Saturday April 3rd, inntine and night. ' Prices: Night 2.".c-.ridc', T5c-$ !.;. Matinee 10-13-5i). Seal? ri served for bcth performances an on sale Friday. i NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. "The Sunny Side of Broadway. Lovers of music and fun have a tret in .store for them when Murray The annual meeting of the stock holders of J. Solomon & Co., will tt'" held at their office 709 Commercia avenue, in the city of Cairo, 111., oi I Tuesday, March 30th, 1909. at 8:30 p i. m., for the purpose of electing a boar, of directors und such other busines' as may be brought before said meer Ing. JACOB SOLOMON. President' II EXPOSITION SUBSCRIBERS TO SPACE AT COMING EXPOSITION OF CAI RO'S MERCHANTS AND MAN UFACTURERS APRIL 12 TO 17. Ueckrow. "I am was all I could do to reach this city". ueckrow left for Gulfport todav. r-v.. iechrow lelt Sauit Ste. Marie i n January 1, and has five days la which lo walk the last 128 miles to Uulf- l-ort. Reported That Olga Nethe'rsate W.ll Get Control of Producing Thea tre in Chicago. excursionists who will l"ru' ""ages. arecKe. I amies STRIKERS DO DAMAGE. Mem, France, March 28 Th strike of the button makers la thi distr.Vt haa i . .-.-, Un..,, almost an open revolt. The strikers I ney cut wiros and I to tht . . ... I t TOCllO.1 hn.i,., .. rT 1 . auenn.ine annual reunion or the Na- , ' ""u"t!'- ' ' troops an.l gen rrnce. the New 1 1 A - ' . .. ' . I flui-TtlOtt .lit..,.., , ..I... I ..... I u i:ne ct tne vn-laeer ranm in fiiio, .... 1... tlonal Association of the Ratt' nf "'amies dispateln Sh.IIph survivors at Pittsburg Ind wnp,'e is reported the strikers lng. Tenne - I surrounded several policemen Paducah -Kews-Ixmocrat: A st-el I took refuge at a farm house. -coal tipple, ereeed at an expense of $30,000, has just .been completed for PRISON WARDEN DIES, ne ". est Kentucky Cbal company tt f-A.-,-,!! n 1 la I.. : I I i ., ... 1 .. v- . . , . uuk nn i-yimiissieu. i .'iuu, ieo, ji siren 28. Allen D me output .ai me mines is Z.400 tons eemer, warden of the Nebraska Pen daily anj with the aid' of a new J itentlary through the terms of Gov llptile there is a reduction t expense. I ers Crounz. Mickev and ci,Ji.i u , ii'iii. - . . . I . .. " ' coaier av.acnea ooats mn.-hBl BLJhat Instituticn today. swppiiea in ,a snor? time, , The com pany is. Having coaler constructed! Subacribs for Th. p.,tii .".igo, March 28 Has OIlv, Aemersole finally de.ided to -rratifv JU au ,-oiiuoi ami manage tneatre in Chicago? borne theatrical men believe thru he actress will condm-t a uroducinir house In Chicago and color was added rum.r when Walter N. Iaw- York theatrical man and looked ever the situation. He is said who! to have procured an option on two !ites, and one theatre, the latter now in operation. Mr I r.a r,.nw '..ft i - . I l w ia lor tne east, and n-ws cf th? project is expected when h make his report to Miss Nethersolq. At the Merchants' Luncheon Sat rday Thomas B. O'Shea gave a list of subscribers no booth space at tii coming Trade and Manufacture! s' SxjFOsltlon as follows: Cairo Creamer-, Schuh Drug Co. V..,.I F. r . . .. oc ijeimi-it i,rocery i;o., o. ward Hardware Co., New York Store Mercantile Co.. National Woodenwar and Lumber Co., Cairo City Gas Co lal'iday Milling Co.. McKnight Keat on Grocery Co.. Scudder Gale-Wearen Grocery Co., Ayer Overall Manufac turing Co.. National Motor and Suply Co.. The Bulletin Co, The Palace Dry Goods Co., Andrew Lohr Bottling (Jo Davidson the Florist,' Three States implement Co., Coca Cola Bottling Co., Chan Sweep Co., Cairo Handle Co., The C itizen Co., Rhodes-Burforl Furniture Co. 6 ROOSEVELT DECLINED Writes Duke of Albereorn That H Might Have Visited Rhodesia If In-'ited Sooner. Money and Knowtedm. Money and knowledge . unlike In that the less knowledge one has ihe easier it is to pick up more Chicago Rec-m-d Herald. I-cndon, March "8. In the hopi .that Theodore RfseVlt might be Iersuaded to include Rhodesia in his frtthcoming African tour the Duke of Abercorn recently sent him a cordial invitation from the board of the British SU.i h African Company to visit that countrv. The ex President heartily thanked he Dgke and wrote: Your proposal is so very attractive that I siiouVi certainly have closed with it if there had br-en time". The guns Mr. Roosevelt will ns in Africa will b? equipped with st lencers, in which case he very likely will make new records In game hunting. i h 1 1 1 1 i i ii 1 1 1 rii 9m I l l A PROGRESSIVE BANK CONSERVATIVELY managed, yet sufficiently interested in the WEL- FAUK and'UPBUirjHNO of THIS COMMUNITY to help in the work, is the kind of a hank YOU want lo uhc for the protection and safety of YOUK MONEY. "' ' ' The Personal Inlerest of the Officers and Directors oi.This Dank in the Upbuilding of Our Commnniiy is Well Known. & f Your account is none too small, nor uone too large, to receive the same careful attention we give to the accounts now on our hooks. Come in and open an account with us, it is to.your interest and we shall be glad to have you with us. . SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. Come in and see our Safety Deposit Boxes in our Burglar Proof Vault, one of which you should rent to keep your valuable papers iu to protect them from fire and theft. Our Vault is right up-to date. i FIRST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 000-011 Ohio Street, CAIRO, ILL. ' ; s mm B a tllMfl Blltl IIIMlj0II M MI MI