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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1910.
o ooo o o o d ooTooo o o o o o o 6 o oo b b o o oo o o o 00 0$ o 000000000 o 00000000 0 a nti C!RO OULtBTIN The Leadin 1 1 jkuriMl l ikaOalro Vot 'tfllVttoittMMalMlOa Ikrnxcb thu null 4 &anmt-9lM retM. STILL DRAGS VERTREES CONTINUES CROSS EXAMINATION OF DEPOSED CHIEF FORESTER. mtttMttttmmtttttitt I THE VEATHEB FEW INTERESTING FACTS v - 1 III imiiicv iiimini i w pioreoidouinerii Illinois s fill o tj&m, ' . Yesterday' Ca'ro Temperature. '""Mistirnum , . . . .': ?S iXflninjuin .7.'.....!;.'.. o:i '-' 'At T'p. m 7- "AflV midnight (street record . . '' Central Condition. , 1 ''Th? 'day .was clear and quiet.- The "frAertimttnt' bulletin reported no ran yfrterdjy. Temperature general'y rWing. . , Forecast For Today. - - : , Cairo and ; vicinity: Fair; slight ' change in temperature. - , . .. . i Mindis: ..Washington, March -4 - Fair and- continued warm Saturday and probably Bundajv, A '. - e' ,-8n and Maori. ' s . - SiTO in -.r.ij58 today 6:29 a m. Kna ,i if lit ' ' V '? .'35, m. Jdb'bn';n7'i-ri tonighr--', ' ';2S .fSptVjht'tboyei s'ua. and -moon rrcrd i ; for UitJOtt' :nd : approitf ntaVei tht time -tjrCiiro' within a few minuter , ,-,:vl-? -' V "fr ' ';,""')'"' ''i;1',"-"' ;' V. : STUBBORN, AS MULES, ore, "liver' and bowe' ' sometime:' srenj to; balk wltb'aut xauae. The t, 4h' " troubfet-owt or .Appetite-. : . lni igestiotr, ? Nervousness. '., IVspont' fflcy. Headache., But such trouble; fly before Dr. Kind's New' Life fills. -.the' world's best Stomach and Live.' remedy. So easy. 25 cents at a'l drrggists. . . . ; - ' TOO LATE TO CLA38IFV. " FOR RENT Furnished room wi)h br.th. 8J4 Commercial avenue. ' . 1 ' LOST Rlack . and .,' tan femals 'canine Answering ' fo ibe .name of Bunny. Brac'k'ey;- Bros.,; Thrty fourt' and Sycamort. -",,, PUSHING STjElMRK Setting ' Stakes 'For' Pavement on Twenty-firt Street Progress on Elm Street. Ph'asant , weather is" being taken advantage of by Contractor Williams to make . good headway with the-various streets he has under coutfacl. tkod 'headway is being made on'tVal nut street. , The work of laying the curbing' for Twenty-first' street will begin in a few days. The city engineer yesterday Afternoon was busy - setting stakes ior Contractor Williams,- , .The paving of. Elm sreet has been resumed. Two blocks from Thirtieth to Twenty-eighth street has been laid .and by today the blot k to Twenty seventh street- wiir be complefetf.' URGES ; DEER I RAISINC Dr, ' Merrtam Declare ; Thi Would. ','' ..Wake' High'Pric tit'PrtV'i -; lm Solve itsel . - ' '.: If' ,'....'"1 ' " ' ' ', ; ' ' ' ' '. Washington, March "The high cost . of meat problem will solve itself and .the price ;'w ill be reduced, two tWrds l the people will raise deer on their farina," declared . Dr. C. Hatt -Me"ntam, chief of the biological ur-vej-,, hefore. the house committee to day. He. said xleer farming buld be tarriptl ' ou' ilrofitably in any. part of (lie": united, States.' ' ... . '. 'i.Merrlatn said' Ibat 'wolves are in fieasjpg, in r this .'.country and -that A ier annual depredations on the cat heds or the' north and '.noi'tb west mounted to '$l$,00,(Wft,-. : ' V- v '. Vi ."' .Til. .. U.... r. '"Cl1;onopller, ii - tk nam rn. to a-layer of Incandescent Ttpori .In'jhe un, enveloping the entire pho I -isvlipve, The chromosphere consisU hiefly of hydrogen and an element ) uown . as .helium;. iThe ao-cftUed ;')!oinlnence" .are dne to proer4tona f Jbydnngen thjtire shot up to enoi i ou :a!ilt'udY,' wltb !Tlocttlea ex- edlftf H9 -..nines'' per second. Th j'AiW throuiospber is 'given to thtt olur envelope- on account . of . IU ieutlf;ii rogy )iue. .?, lodge moms, the members went in ;! I'.;. ,H;i tl'(r' l ' bfly f, to the : Union hall, ncarl ''Kow $he tsceped. ' .'Where Hank Ooettle had prepared ;faulifcf, who. had been . aftendlm cb(jol, f.,r almost twp week, was tell 1 "g ofthe misbehavior of some of ber 4 ttle i.cJttuiats4-, At her mother' iWtian as to whether it had ever f een ( neceisary for tbe teacher to jipetk to her, - Pauline enswered. ulckly. rph.;' no. - nilumi" Then, She bad rtj 3.'taV'.fa all the cits but J t tbt eftemcKin." AVby.- what did. itt rr'f -Oh, ajhe' said. ;Now. cbll .. 'ira! wait 'until. Pauline it ii,'onr.",--He iH'Hnfalor. ' ' ., . Already Hfr. ' ' -. The. editor , of a metropolitan Jour Ml wa; juii-Jhfnje the other, day' with friend, 4n liwton, wVen soma one b ( xnfUJkiuj,hop(,."to ton .Jpipotel,, K'-ket fl(i .HrttlvMul..olfnVnlf, ,'.'th -jHlatVwm xpore- wen jioetrj will t $Vl be wr rtMi yric, here now' j-.tnfJiy rcpht-y the editor. . . M ; , . :(;. ; '' . ? . Were Elicited, But Most of the Day Was Taken Up With Wrangle Between Attorney and Witness. Washington, March 4. The Ral-'inger-Pinchot investip-ation dragged slowly through two sessions today. Attorney Vertrees, for Secretary Baling-jr. continued the cross exami nation of Gifford pinchot. He elicited some Interesting facts, but for the most part the day was taken up with wrangles between the attorc-sy and the witness. Pinchot admitted his first hand knowledge of Ballinger's acts ..was limted, but he reiterated that the sec retary pf the interior deceivd the resident , concerning . the Cunning ham Coal cas an.l had nia'le a (statement to the president which was 'obviously untrue." - L Vertrees sought to show that Pin chot and ; former secretary "Tarfield were in the habit of doing what they thought best, regar.llefs ot the law, add that their antagonism to Bal linger was brought abort by his' de termination to proceed wholly with in the law. Vertrees spent soma time on the subject of sending forest rangers to agricultural colleges, seeking to show that Pinchot hail adopted the policy without the knowledge of Scc- ieiarv Wilson. The men wrtp yent i ' . ' till;, i,.L- n college In large numbei; thf i t.a!aries and , expenses LeUii t JiCd while there. Pinchot said his "impression" was that he had once spoken to Wlson .about the matter, but was nod will ing to swenr to it. Vertrees read a letter from Secre , tnry Wilson to the comptroller of J the treasury saying that Tie had learned of the plan of sending rang ers to college affer Pinchot had left the service. The comptroller' held (that the plan was illegal. The for mer forester said he still thought it lawful to send thes? men to college j He thought that if the forest service jhad presented the case from its point of view, the comptroller would have so held. ,',-iertrees read to the witness' a long list of expenditures from the forest service funds during Pinchot's regime to cover the expenses of th officials and employes sent out to lecture to schools anil clubs. OnJ . Hem .'was $77 for the exp-;ns?s of , Bilstow Ait'anis, to Chicago to ad dress f wom"n's club. CAIRO LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HAVE JOYFUL , CELEBRATION. Have Banquet, Music and Speeches Over One Hundred Present Want 150 Members fr 1910. Cairo Lodge No. 17.,, Knights of Pt bias, celebrated last night, . the forty-sixth anniversary of the order. An open meeting was held in . the lodee rooms of the Alexander-Lodge, T. O. O. F. build in?, after w hich the members went to the rooms of the Central Labor Union, C02 Commer cial . avenue, where a banquet was spread. ' , "Chancellor Cnrnmonder G-o. A. Piper prcsMcd at the open meeting, .which was attended by about 1" J rre libers of the order anil a number ot out, of towh ' visitors:' The new ' Cunei band enlivened the' oc-asiod : Willi its nillsfc Rpvpral mnmljira an visitors Iliads good talVs. and the ar ditional musical program was carrio out by doe McNulty's quartette an solos were sung by High Murphy and Henry Masenjaeger, Jr. A, resolution was adopted that f "our . membership for 1910 must reach the 130 mark." After, the feast of reuson at th hv satisfying lunch which was fully ap predated. : : Oaito lqdge ts' in, a flourishing con flitlon and its enthusiastic. nfrfin are f,ttlvhig bard to make It still vniore so. The officers of the lodge .are s follows: ' Chancellor Commander O -o. A. '.riper. i, ' J Vice Chanret'or V. U Duncflrf. Prelate C. Dudtev "W: qt A.r Whitfield Rnnais.. M. if .F.-Prank Touch. tM. 6t E.-VV, . iPoyce. , ' K. of R. anl 8. George Fox. M, of- W. Jos. llochenedel. T. O. Henry Stout. v O. (V-Miles Axley. - if. ' ' London Times I Oldest Paper. ' The oldest English newspaper I th Londoif Tfmes, founded in 17K.V vn.f'.-' i'it'":.':'.""'. : '' i'.'. .',;' m IE o o o o o o o o o SAMUEL ,,...,.-. , . ''.:,.. -':.'.' OUK second grand showing of new Spring Suits, Dresses, and Caoes. comorising absolutely the newest styles, o o o o o models that are right. The prices are as low as hrst-class, reliable merchaiv o dise can be sold for. We are showing a very handsome line of Silk, also o Wool Dresses A . In Dress Goods-Silks and o o in 40 and 42 o i The new Sheerettes, Flaxons, o cerized Ginghams, 25c to $1.75 ' eliKt ArrivpH: nur w Snrina line of Table ful new drop, patterns, must be seen to be appreciated, 48c up 2 The crranHt line of Lace. Bobinet. Ruffle and Portiere HF rQ. - " " r . ' 1 shown in these parts. Beautiful new designs dragons in Ivory, Cream, Ecru nivvayj ouui&iiiui new aiiu uiui do your shopping. The largest stock, o Kemember we refund car and railroad fare on limited OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOflOOOOOOO OCOOOO A Victim of Evolution. , ' Rubicund, genial and rapacious, a whole easy and humorous age of Brit ish life seems to have died, with the cabman. For the future will belong more and more to skilled speed and trained efficiency. The chauffeur who know his business and does it, but will never be as pouplar as bis pre decessor, because bis mind must be inore upon his work, is the Prussian of the BtreetsThe cabman is only the victim of evolution. His fate will prefigure that of the British Empire unless we realize in time that prog ress means the remorseless elimina tion of the obsolete, and that we shall come to be among the last ot the nations unless we are determined to be second to none In '' scientific thought, technical equipment and the whole spirit and method, of modern organization .r-London Observer. Britisher Slightly Mixed, t Ersklne L Phelps of Chicago, was Introduced at Nfee to Lord Dlank of England.- As he was nmoktng he "said to. .Lord. Ulahk:, "Will you hare' a ' cigar?" 'Thank you, but I smoke only one brand, the Henry Clay." "AH I right; I'll order some." The box was 1 1 1 ought. It was embellished With the 6rmUiar picture of "Harry of the r V.etst., A he took his cigar, Iord Blank said: "When old Clay was alive ho made a good cigar, but his son jion't keep up his reputation." "Henry Clay! Why, lie didn't fuake cjgars; he was a statesman, and ranked as HifiJr with us as Gladst6no or John Bright do In your country," "I beg JJW.UJE- don. I've v smoked these ci gars all my life, and I . tell you old Clay made a d sight better clgftr than his toys do."1 ' - 1 f , . Mineral W'eaith of Phllippiht. . w' and buits. 1 he prices are . " 3 t- ' . I i ... ... ... inchall we can fold placers;- coprer; and in .sever of the islands, noiabIf Ct bu, coal. T vice-governor of tho ls!unds has project for building a great coiil pot at at Manila -which Is to bo si TP 1 from the mines of Cebu ami tin. ltlch an ocean steamer can be co!e a a few minutes as is clone on th great lakes at home. Cheap, fuel I of course necessary for Industrie fln electric light, as well as stennv r The islands have an unused scourt of wealth in the water ptyvorg ot tl mountains, which aro certain to ! harnessed before mai years. there is no evidence as yet that h Philippines are very much rb her ii precious metals or In coal t baa Jiian From a Manila Letter to the Iiosuu Transcript. An All Black Dinlno Rsom. Lord and Lady Droglieda huvo rc turned to Wilton Creet'ent at the con elusion of their honeymoon, which they took, as 1 the sensible modern fash ion. In Installments, a. visit to Lon i don being sandwiched between so journs in Ireland and in Italy. Lady Drogheda is at present Interested in . the finishing touches required by her ,new house, which is to be unlike any .other in London." ''-.'. 'V ' -A wonderful all black dining room Is one of its features,' and although the effect In daylight may be rather aoBiber it is distinctly artistic and original in the soft glowing, carefully ' arranged electric lights. M. A. P. l,.' Stmt German Street Names. . An American student at Berlin unl ersity writes: "I dare aay that some of the street name In our country sound queer and Impossible to the Germans when they flrtt hear them. If so, and If they hold them up as horrible examples to emphasUe thV H I TF D R Y GO 0 D S C 0 Rli M Y I $10.00 up $25.00 Wash Goods, and a beautiful line of Foulards 1 say is the grandest line we have ever shown, Jacquards, Diagonals, rrench andocotcn iMer per yard. and Beige, also new two-toned, vih ji iw v v v -- - . i a the lowest price?. The talk of the shopping people. 'A wisdom of using numbers and figures we may be permitted to call attention to some of the new streets in Charlot tenburg, where? I' live. One is the "Walter Lelstlliow strasse,' named In memory of an artist, and two other new streets bear the names, rcspec-, tively, of 'Ilolderlln strasse' and 'Klaus-Groth Rti'Hsso.' " "", .'','; . - .... . :j. !.;, ; Condemn Motor-Speeding.. Bishop Samuel Fallows of the Re formed Episcopal church, preacbJng In St. Foul's church, Chicago, recently on "The Race for Life," took occasion to warn his congregation against mo tor speeding. " 'Let your moderation be known to all men,' should be In scribed on every car," said the bishop. "The commercial, military and other uses of the automobile are endlct. We therefore hall its advent with joy, not untemt ered, however, with whole some fear." Woman In Important Position..- ; Misa Edna L. Foley has just re signed her pluce In the Jiotitun con tiuuiptivu hospital to become the head of the Chicago tuberculosis institute, Hhe is a graduate of Smith college Ciufes of 1901. . The Chicago institute L;.s bcvcu dispensaries la dl.Teieni parts ot the city ; and empkiys nine trained rim'ses to assist in treating the patients. Mis Foley will lave , the eutire charge of the t;ii; t.ns:irk'S uuc) uuisis. -. :. .; ; ,".'' Whalebone Becomina Ccarcsr. ; V'Jiu bonJ ot,t o.ily 3a, cents ; YMd hail n tvutiiry, igo- Today I cimW about live lUjihii s u j.ouild Th. total i-iodtit't luudyd from the A-.ntr. can fihtil't-8 dm lisg the inneujiit century fxwdjd iu.'Wt.00J pomij: A' 3ltR. wLftlc u. .v.tnti. ijp i;.i' ,,ry Linens and Napkins, beauti- in cable and fish MaWp rhic vniir ;tnrpths ideal nlar to purchases. OOOOOOCDOO ooo ooooooooe WHAT THE BANISTERS TELL Wise Tenement Dweller Knew by Their Concition That the House Wa Unhealthy. Many a grewsome bit of wisdom la gleaned by , settlement workers. The other day a woman ef philanthropic tendencies - trudged mitetf looking for rooraa for an 'unfortunate family that had :to .move- After she bad -made., a selection that would fit their scanty means the mother of the family went around to see the rooms before mov ing in. "Oh," .exclaimed that wise tenement dweller, "we'd bo Worse off here than1" where we are! This place Is too un healthy." "How do you make that out?" asked the settlement worker. "It strikes me as being better than most houses of its class." , ' "'J The woman pointed to the banisters which ran up through five flights of stairs to the roof in a ragged, broken line; . '" . "Coffins," she said grimly. "That's what that means. Collins is terrible hard on banisters. There are too many deaths here to. suit me." ' And when the uottlement worker leurned that many tenement dweller really do judge ot the healthfulness of a house by the conditions ot the ban ister she concluded that that place wouldn't suit her either. New York Fress.. Per Cent, of Colored Race, The negroes of this country formed In 1S00-18.88 per cent, of the popula tion; in 1&10, 19.03 per cent; In i860, 15.68 per cent.; In I860, ll.lj : pet ;oiit.; In 1880, 13.11: per cent.; Ir 00, ll.CS per.cent.; And In 1900, U.D9 ''''. "nt,J. '.:--' w Skirts, Waists colorings and lj o o o o o o Q to $1.75 yard. ; Curtains ever ? U nets, filet andj 95C 10 $11 pair. o o Making Extensive Journey. Four Hackensack (N. J.) women started across the continent recently on an automobile trip. The car in which they started contained a com plete camping outfit, materials for cooking and utensils, pick, shovel and even firearms. They expect to arrivo on the coast about a month from now. Mrs. Alice R. Ramsey will drive th t-entlre way of between 4,200 ad 4.E0J juiles, and If she makes the Journey lis planned will be the first woman to ride In an automobile over the moun tains unprotected by men. Passing o the Hostess. The decay of the fine art of enter' talning is much bemoaned by a Lort don paper. Once no woman would think of entertaining at any place but in her own home. Now she goes to :i restaurant to save the trouble In the home. Moreover, there was a titua when the hostess prided herself on her own conversational powtrs and upon her ability to draw out her guests, who were generally chosen with regard to eorae ability ia this di rection. Now nobody talks, but some body sings or plays and the concert or rhetorical entertainment has, taken, the place of brilliant 6nv-eritt1cia.;; ' . t Attraction' In Time "f abTet, iri$f? ; At Kiel, Germnny, instruction in tho use of the railroad time table is a part of the curriculum in the elementary schools. It has been found that either the plan of railroad train books is complicated or else that the peop! i are so dense that the average aduit. iannoCunderiitand it, lnJ the Kb t bchools lectures are given on the tin j tablo and problem are set or que tiona put as to imaginary tours ai 1 the pupil with' book In hand U re quired to answer.