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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1910.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN BmtuuhM ism. 1 ' I b.lahefl DUly and Sunday by the Bulletin vampanj ai iw uuo direct, raou no. ubaerlptlon Ratsa by Mall. Invariably Cash la Ativans e raar, lall and H'ir.1f . ubaerlptlon Rates by Carrier. C unu in C airo . BU mona L'IMIIMrouWdDOf C'atrt).,l)mi ft tuuiilb Notice to Bubacrlbera. nbaartban ui euurr a Uivt by raco'Botf ihM udrne any lack or ptuiupl dellyeiy u Be ari 01 oarriers. , B- . ; .. ' j i hi ii i r Vutaatt kl the Cairo Postofflte as ieo4 laM MaU Matter. CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Average number of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bul letin printed daily and Sunday during the year 1900 2215 Bulletin printed dally and Sun day during the month of July, 1910 .. ....2208 July Circulation. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ...213G ...215G ...2106 ...4522 ...2730 ...2130 ...2131 ...2131 ...2130 ...2118 ...2127 ...2123 ...2132 ...2132 ...2112 16. ....2118 ,...2200 ..,.2135 ....2110 ....2120 ....2121 ....2110 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 23.. 2!.. ....211 ....20CC ....20C3 ....20t;4 ....2075 ....200.1 ,...20C0 ...'.205(3 ..".".2058 20... 27... 28... 29... 30... 31... The above Is a correct statement' of the circulation of The Cairo Bulletin for the year 1909 and for the mouth of July. 1910. CL.WM3 SULLIVAN, Business Managr. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of August, 1910: LEO 3. KLEB. Notary PaLlic. Th iulletln la on aala at the ffol towing placet: ',. , Coleman's, 702 Commercial Avsnue Halllday House News (tan!. Blua Front Restaurant. THE ROAD DISTRICT ; MATTER. ' Monday night a epee"?i meeting of the city council will be beljJ to take up the Drainage District ordinance. At the recent meeting of the Reiatt.ftiiss Merchants' Association It was urged that a goodly' delegation of members attend this meeting and urge tjbe adoption of the ordinance? and-'tt fis understood that Hon. Reed Green will represent the merchants In the matter. Atorney Leek will, it is un derstood, present an opposing view. There is a difference of opinion among attorneys as to whether or not Cairo is now a part of uistrict No. 7. Judge Dewey holds that;it frbr rir4y '" prcbably be lodged in tail tue of the Ordinance passed in 1901; while Attorney Leek contendedt the hearing some time ago, ytBatTtbf change in the lines ' of th?r district made in 1905 eliminated the; cl)!' for; tinder the law no roa.: distHjffonld i be formed to include the yU' out the latter's consent by ordfnanee. Acocrdlng to the latter viewtljeet has not been a part of the oa( dis trict since 1S05, the ordinance .passed, In " 1901 having become null $ ni ". yb'ld by reason of .the county boird's' ac tion it changing ' the district. .The ordinace passed in 1901 reads as fol lows: .' ; i ' ' ' "That the said'eity of Cairo, by its city council, hereby ects to be In cluded In Road District No. 7 of the county of Alexander, in; the state of Illinois as the said district is now or may hereafter be formed or , estab lished by the board or county com missioners of said Alexander county, and that the city clerk of said city be and Is hereby directed to file with the county clerk of said county a copy of this ordinance aa provided by the statute in such case." Perhaps an important phase in the foregoing are the wor,?s "or may hereafter be formed or established." This would make the ordinance oper-. ative in spite of any" changes the oard might make unless the state law would intervene to prevent It. If the ordinance of 1901 Is fstill In force, then of course, it will not be necessary to pass anottier; but if there is any doubt about It (which there seems to be) then it can do no barm to pass the new ordinance, nd it may do much good. As to the. need 'of having the city belong to the district in order to have roads built and have money for its own street, enough has been said. The subject will be fully presented to the city council tomorrow night from all points of view, nd it seems to be a afe prediction that the new ordinance , will be passed unless It shall be definitely hown that the old ordinance is still in force.- ' JURY TAMPERING, Evidently- there is no more, rea son to , a fair trial and a Just ver.fict from th"e present Jury iri the Ilrowno trial at Chicago (nan 'titers was in. the previous tHl, The Jury peema to have ben "flxed" as was the other, and the trial will be more than a farce for the sta-tlng of which t':' people wiR fa? it handsome um. This conclusion, is drawn from fhe following in yesterdaya,; ReCoi4 : Herald, which rends ahiost Ii.Keope of the Bcllctln'a. editorials on a like condition in Cairo: v '.tt waa on Tuemlay afternoon that nindakni things came to a'clhnax la Judge Keistcn's court and tnat strong words of warning were utter en, their deserts regardless of cost, corrupt, felonious acd "raw" tamper ing with Browne veniremen. Yet the questioning and ad'uiiasioua of . veniremen on Wednesday and "Hairs-J .1 .... .,1,.:.,!.. Wn...n V.r tiny lirt.iy ptnuuy Krjiu.cu vaat yiv , court's warning' and the state's at-J ins an.l indictment lia.l not KiHyeJj tiit" anticipated effect. - - -I "The tampeilng, tha attcmi to i reaching, the unlawful obstruction au.t thwarting cf justice continiW, -so that even aa lata as Thursday af ternoon veniremen had. to be illsmis- red on that account, ' "What does this mean? What dcs-i perate or overconfident conspirato! s are at wotk in Cook County in the in terest of the defendant Browne and the bribers and legislation buyes be hind iiim? That th fiercest light or publicity and the most vigorous de nunciation from the bench shou'il fa'l to arrest the criminal activity s of jury tam;-.erei-R is amazing fact. a startling au.l "if the machinery of law and jus: ice in 'Cook Is not ready to acknowl edge imrottnee and -bankruptcy, thy persistent, interrificd or desperat:? tampererS must be uncovered and giv n their deserts regardless of cost, labor and t.'jne. We cannot le.niit Chicago and Illinois to become a na tional byword and reproach. We must demonstrate tiiat tie scotrndreis and poisoners of the source cf a'l law and order, ara not too powerful to be within the reach of the slate." ?ILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. If you suffer from bleeding, itehin?, blind or protruding Piles, send me your addreiss, ' and I will tell you (tow to cure yorrself at home by the n.'w absorption treatment; and will a!-o send some of this borne treat ment free for trial, with reference from your own locality if reipiested. ImnieJiate relief and permanent cure assured. Send no money, but tell others of this offer. Write todav to Mrs. M, Summers, Box P, Notre Dame, Ind. LENEVE FAINTEr SHE REACHED THE DECK OF Th"Z MEGANTIC, WHICH SAIL ED YESTERDAYY. Quebec Au.t. 20. Quebec bade fare we'l to Hawl.y Harvey Crippen and Kthel Clare I.enevo at seven o'el.x-k when tiiey sailed for Kngiand on ti:e Megantic due at 1.4rei -Kd a; next Saturday. T'y Saturday night to await trial for the mcrder of the woman supposed to be Crippen's wife, L??1Ie Elmore. "Miss Leneve had left the jail with very evidence of willingness but had to be supported as siie crossed tue gang plank. As she reached the deck of the Megantic she fainted aud i:ad to be carried to her cabin. ."''lt. Is "understood that Crippen a:id Misst Leneve will be confined closely to their cabins during the voyage except for a short time each d iy when they will le permitted to take exercise on the bridge. Both prisonets seemed glad to go They thanked the jailer for hif kind nesa. ANNOUNCEMENT. THE CAIRO ELECTRIC & TRAC TJON COMPANY HAVE ARRANGED WITH HERMAN SCHUH DRUG IGSST, EIGHTH AVENUE AND WASHINGTON AVENUE FOR THE SALE OF HALF AND FULL FARE TRIPS AND FOR $1.00 BOOKS TICKETS NOW ON SALE. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Takes Position at Gararge A. Gardner, of Padueah, from the Renting Automobile and Maciiin Co., arrived yesterday to accept -a .po sition at the Cairo-. Garage He wiV have full charge .of .the Garage. He was at one tirpe, empl6yed fey Wirg at the thne he: operated a-gaagge at 812 Commercial avenue. Doing Successful Business. Messrs. Moore and Jackson are demonstrating that the moving picture and vaudeville shows exclu sively for the negroon can be made a successful business, The first at tempt of the kind was made a few months ago and was a failure, not being properly manaeir.'i Today tbe house called tho Gatrick'is tflajwlng large crowds, STEAMBOAT EXCURSION., The new and elegant excura'on steamer, (i. w. Robertson, will run a white excursion out of Ca'ro harbor Sunday, Augist 21. Boat leaves Cairn wharf at 2 p. m., returning at t p, m No intoxicating liquors soid.'- Fare 25 cents. Forests Here and In Russia. Russia leads the way in planting orests, and America In devastating hem. Island of Porta R Tha Inland of Torto Rico Is about luu inues mug, 40 miles wide and has a population of a million. " To get the Associated Presa newo CRIPPEN SIS ' mm Cairo you must read The Bulletin Ha-Ha Notions t.. 'j i i " , i w73.uy::---K y i s i arv.a.Ta. THE INSURGENT CANNONADE. "What's the ditloreue between a United States lusurseut ami a South American Insurgent?" "That's easy. A South American in- ' sureeut shoots with a camion: ti Unit- e(j states insurgent shoots at a Can- noa.' CAN'T BELIEVE IT. " "Here's n newspaper Kiya Roosevelt is . ... . going to say nothing for two ID0"tl"s' s.st newst-.-ip.' are reliable., but n w and then you Und one thai Isn't." senna i DIE FOB CHE JUDCE BUTLEFl'S COURT AT VI , ENNA FINDS BLEVINS GUILTY OF THE MURDER OF JA.V.E3 ,. DEPALMER. Special to The Bulletin. Vic.iiia, Hi., Aug. 20. The jury in t!.e case of Newton C. IMevins. of Xariun, Itl.. on trial lofors Jule Builer in t'i. J(,';n3.n county cir uit r-.T.; rt, tb a rod v.-ilii t.:e mur-Ipr of James rep:il:ncr at a fishing eni.ip near Mason Tank, .l-m. 1", i:ist tinned a ver-Iief i f !!ilfv .it 1 o"-..! m-'; this morning, lisiv.s the pr:isi.'ji.-;.'it aLilea?L Bievins is sa'd to have cached n check for $ i ' shortly .after D-v valmc-ir's ' dissai rearar.ee, which ' led to an iavestigation which resulted in the. finding of .i'e;.a!mer' body in ,a a-wautn- near the scene of tho crime and tlie aulisc-qnont arrest of Bievins. The cktte of the execution will be made known August 27. PHYSICIANS OF WOUNDED MAN PREDICT THAT HE WILL BE FULLY RECOVERED i N WEEK OR SO. New York, Aur. 20.- Still cheerfi still gainins: strength and with no sign of any set back, Vayor (laynor came one step nearer recovery tod-iy. The physicians predict that ho wl'l be out of the hospital and fully re covered from the wound' inflicted by Gallagher within a week or ten das. The following bull -ti:t was Hs-ied at n;tie o'clock tonisht: Mayor paining rapidiy iti gtrcn II Recently Organized Indian Forest Service Is Formu'ating Extensive u"tans for Operations. Wuhinyjon, Air. 20. With a view 3 to assisting Indiana' to ebtnin the 9 :reat"Kt benriit from the for-sts on therr resi rvatit ns, tho re -ently oryan i7.d Indian forest service Is formula ting xti'nslve operations on them durlim the current fiscal year. Form erly the working of the forests w:ia carried on by the forestry service of the department of agriculture. The new service is In the interior depart-iiio-.tt.- The timber lands on the In dian r-fti'vatlon are "oKtlmlated at .Unit 2l.!)"S,20i acng.jhnvins an n; proximate value of $!2ooo,fifo. 8IG ENTRY LIST CLOSED Elgin Automobile Races Promise ta Be Most Exciting for Many'a Cay 35 Cars Entered. .Chicauo, AttB. 20. The entry list of the Elgin national alock ehnsla road race cloned tonight and .la' tlie i lai'uest ever Rflrim.l tnr n iv.-iT f ii.a' i il liiliilill! m ML! Id ASSIST THE 1M0IAH3 O By McGovern C CONVENTION STARTERS. "The new states must draft constltu- tou and ttd.ipt them before tliey cim ftsk for dessert ttt I'tnle Sam's table." '"Yes, nud the first clause of the eon Minmons pmttubly will be ' Den in the course humau events two prize-,i fighters,' etc." , A PA,R QF g.- Th.i.i ri.,,M.. ,.,...,.w7' -- tv,v- Hill L if u m,iu ni,.i.i ,,..' ... ... -AnMYntts. the hymn writer, woni- m fallen down as n 'prizefight pr. motor." : in tiiis country. 1 itere are 23 cars, representing 22 ti:iik;s apd the fn id of driv ers in. -'.tided practically every o:e who has earned distinction in fte last dot-ade. The course is S miles, 2,l'9 fiet in length, which brings the cars past the grandstand on an average cf two to the minute. Tne racer, wi I bo iichi next Frilay and Saturday, Scent ef Toilet Soaps. Many toilet soaps are scented with the oil of.netitgrain. which is distilled In Paraguay from the leaves of the wild titter-orange trees. Honors and Riches. Honors come by diligence: riches spring from eeonorcy.John Francis Duvis. Norv,egia-- Fruit lmport3. Norway import3 over $1,000,OOC -orth of fruit niinua'.ly. The Rhodes-Burlord Furnifure Store stands for the Best Quality ot Household Furnishings at Low Prices and Easy Terms best suited to the customer. V scroll headboard and i m jmhflh 'S iS ' two large drawers, two snnll drawers, bevel French plate rrilrror washstand, towel rack, for WW. ' Mm - - fit o Mission Chair This Mission Chair is strongly built of the very best oak an excellent design "ar- the library and cr.n be used as a porch chair. A splendid value for ' $3.75 w Rii odes-Burford House Furnishing Co. I A Locomotive's Breathing.' The "breathing" of a locomotive" ; that is to say, the number of puffa j Riven during n Journey depends upon : the circumstances of Its driving I wheels and their speed. No mat ter what the rate of speed may be, for every one round of the driving wheels a locomotive will give four puffs-two out of each cylinder, tho cylinders being double. If the av erage circumference of the driving wheel Is twenty feet and the speed per hour fifty miles, n locomotive will plve. Kolug at express speed, 850 puffs per minute, G2.800 puffs per hour and 1.0M puffs per tnlle. London Stand ard. Suitable Game. Uncle Jack came to visit the family Just after Johnny had recovered from an uttnek of the whooping cough. "Mow did you amuse yourself while you had it?" he asked. "Me arid auother boy who had It played Indians and gave warwhoops," answered the little fellow. Chicago News. Plenty In Reserve. A man 'who had been lighting got two black eyes. Next morning he met a friend, who exclaimed: "Why, Jack, where have you been? You've got two black eyes!" "That's nothing," he replied, "I could bare got plenty more, ouly I had no place to put them." . , Pleasant. Strang,? Guestl don't know half the people In the room. Just look at that woman over there the cross eyed, red beaded one. And some one told me she was married. Dou't you think the fellow was a fool? Other Guest (meek-lyi-I know be was. I'm him. Balti more American. Talked Too Much. Wife (reproach rullyi - Vo-J forget bow you once breathed your love ui my ear and promised that my every wlsb should be gratified. Hub No, 1 QdrQ Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Ehenm, etc. are simply the ulceration of skin '.i33iies, caused by humors and acids in the blood, yio circulation ha3 become .nfected with impurities which are bring constantly deposited ir.to thi? pores ami ;lands of tha cuticle, and a continual ata.o of inaammatiou and i.Titaticn is thu icpt up. Just as bat; as these huiiwrs and aciua roaiain in tin circulation the SEiu aaectioa vnll continue. The trouble nay ba temporarily soothed and :overca over wita cxtcmat applica ions, Diooa any parer, nut can therefore be sran atsossa it is necessary to puafy the blood remove tho cause. S. S. 3. Cures Eczema, Acne, Totter, Salt Eheum, pimples, eruption:;, etc. because it is tho l,ieates.. or au uiooa punJihrs. It goes into the cirei.lation and d.-ivca oat every humor, acid or impurity, it cooH the feverish biuod aa.i a'.lovs ii to fiiruiih tin! Jkin with her.ULy uurisluueat, instead cf fiery, oc.id depesi's. S. S. S. is purely vegetable, njUd ani p'.casaat in its action, i; ciocs net a-.ro shin di3arie by forcing all the impurity to the surface, but stimulates tin excretory members ta carry it off throw the ts-r.ttrr.l aenues. If yji have cry skin affection you can not do oc-.ier u.aa pttr;;y your uiooa witn . restoring tho smooth, even toxhuro of eni ana ias-m, toos oa bum Diseases tub swirx .1 crz L w -. 5 7 .-,'i, i rn o. it A -. I I . ., I Golden Oak Bed Room Suite This Handsome Goiden Oak - Bedroom Suite Consists of full eize bed with a heavy roll footboard, a large roomy dresser with Carpels and Rugs EOES33 0x12 Tapestry Rtigs - $11.50 9x12 Brussels Engs 1C SO 9x12 Dody BrBsscIs Rnfls 25.C0 9x12 AxiiniDsler Rcfls 2?. 10 9x12 Velvet Rajs - 22 00 Inlaid Granite Lir.olniiu 90 Best Graic Idaid Linckum 1.35 Print Lfnkuni . - .40 BcslGrafJe Prlitlliitlcum .55 A (nil line ol Gil Gt.iti, Catling, Lace, Curtains and Portiers. U "1 NO tmi LIVER ILLS LIVERIGHTS A POWtRFUL LIVER. Gland and Ciliarifl.'.iUUNT Elegant LAXATIVE In Snml. Dosei Positively CURE and PREVENT Con. stipatlcn, lliiiouinesi. SU'k-Hnadachet Lost Appetite nn.1 nl, diseases arising from a LAZY, SICK LIVErt o-l Bad Uiliestion in CKiHil tug uta rtxtii tociuri miuior im Ha. AVOID SICKNES8 ENJOY LIFE Bft inn mini ot c l0tEH0 0HTMAN S CO. it. CO YEARS' " CcpyniGMTS Ac AnTone sending a ket!i ami nim-i-liniiii mc Qiil-klT ajottriniti our .iphtit'ti true wl, ,.!, u ',uoiilt"n li ltrlitly .)tln1ttlit ('..niiitiii.tt-ll.miiHliK-llln-eiill.hiiillHl. Hf,hi't00'. on P.il -n fiMit lri. ol-U-m Mtfctn-y for ,n'iutli let.!.!-. rnl.Mttn lAkc-n (liniuk')l Multu K tprrtal miikt, wllhuut I'linrue, lu tn Scteniific jte:erici!t A handsomer H'.wtfn!fl wwlilf I.r i fuiuiioii vt any tnwuiUi nurnn, ynu, U k MUNN Co.S5,B'",a' flow Yen don't, but I wish now I'd followed the hygienic rule of keeping my ruoutti shut whilu breathing. I'usiuu Iran ecript. ' .,' ' Bil'iardt. 'TTave yon beard Hie billiard connn drum? Well, here It Is: "What made the red ball blush?" "'Why, when It saw the two whites kiss In the corner.' " Consistency. smrim-i'o you conmiocr etignse- mnta btmtlnfj? Mllllcenf-Cert:iltil If one didn't there would be no ftsi tn biciiktni: them -Illustrnted 'Hits. CURES ECZErMA, ACNE.TETTEH.ETE. but euch treatment does not make tin cf no permanent benefit. To cure any H. s. It wi'.l rssist natnro' in anicklv the cu'.icla, and the cut 3 wlU bj j'crmau- free to all who write. srEcii'ic co., Atlanta, oa. I $32.00 1 . 'It n 't; vi Refrigerators In crder to make room for our winter goods. our entire line of F.cfrlgerators and Ice Boxes are being Closed out at a great reduction In price. We still have a large assortment of sizes to select fro:n. WW How Old" They Were. "I see you employ n number of old men." -"I do." "How old nre they?" "Too old to be Interested In canoeing or mandolins or race horses or ulrl or tennis. That makes them flue for work." Washington Herald. Rather. The subjoined item appeared in a French newpuper: "There was found In the river this morning the body of a soldier cut to pieces nnd sewed up In n Hack. The circumstances seem to preclude uny suspicion of suicide." Cuttoms and Habits. Our customs .mikI hntdts it.e like the ruts in ronds. The wheels of ilf,. set tle Into them, and we Jo Hlmix ttiniMrb the mire beeuuwe It Is too uiucb truubie to Ret out ot them. Why She Didn't. Kmpii.yer - Km why did ron New leiiv" your bint niltr'Ms? New Mnid lll:i; Mid vim ffpprt me f. itrtag Her eli.riy wld me? t'leveb.r-.d l.tadtr. CalroAlexander County, llllnola, , Population 18,147. l Mayor CEOROB I'A RSONS. v " Clerk, R. A. HATCHW1R. Treasurer, FRANK B. STRONG. ; City Attorney, TUTNTRft WltD. Comptroller, ERNK9T NOKIUMAN. Magistrate, ANDRRW WTIITO.AMP Chief of Police, J. O. COWKIJ Alexander County, Population VAtt (ViuiHy Judsjow. S. DKWEY. County Clerk. .IESSR R. Mlld.KR, Circuit Clerk. AI.FUICD TtltOWN. Sheriff, FltfCD U NFlddS. State Attorney, ALFXMWlt.HON County Superintendent of Schooia 'ROF. S. E. CO.TT. Assessor and Treasurer, W. O. LfP- PITT. - Coroner, DR. JAS. MT4ANU8. Board of County Commlialonara. J. J. JRNN'ELLK, Chalrmaa. C. V. NEFjr. DR. FDW1N OAHSH. ' TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC m Rvl lB ar w leave SocoyV l. kh um liui ng nortti on Cuiumr.iu in. every IS minute from S k. m. to II p. m. (Inlrj nnrth.on WUcqI HI.everr minaM fnim e . m to 111:03 p. in. Poplar SI. Line TEXttXSZ'X log north on Holhrook: at n -n n.w; (if 7:12 i.ti. and on theaame wlmitoa vwr honl nttl 10:4-2 and 11:12 p. m. lining went nn i wanty-rairMh m Hi :1: H:M, ":4!i and TeM a. m. anil on aaai min. uti Bvnrv our until 10-84 aii lt:P4 o ti eopiar m. ir.ru rt i.i to pm . m eaa ifi mlnutm after iavlnt hmnd Belt Ltac Owl Cars ,T5"0 ; m.: I -TO a. m.: rm a. m.: IJ a. ro . t-W a. m Ml CO. Nnrth on ''otirpnrnlal H a. m. la. ia. IB m 1 1 m. 1 1. ii At m. Belt anil "wl oara are ftna o ru TMrtv-fourlh 61 It minute aftai laana See adBi . . CLARKE'S Spool Holder. Pins to shirt walnt. Throad unwinds never Ioho ool While sewing. Mailed fop Branhvord Clarkb, Kirkwood, Mo 10 cents. X. C. RESTAURANT EDWARD J. MALEY, Mmger. 311 Ohio Street. Cairei, I1U Per Week. Booana 29 casta and 00 coata, Meala 10 casta and 2Sfeaie. D. A. STEVENS, M. D. D. 0. I Specialist la Chronic Diseases. 713 Com'l Ave. PbOJje nt CAIKO. ILU CairoCilyTransfcrljnc Sueceesora to 6teltz 4 W'.iter. ,.' J. H. KIERCE, Prop. All Klnda of Hauling Dona PromptM Both Ph.e, 12S. 1305 Commaroial Avanuay, Calrt, lit. SMITH BROTHERS THE BIG STORE 1300 WASHINGTON AVCNUt', Daalara In averythlng thai la tw H Eat, Usa and Waar. Eueluala. a... OFFICIAL DIRECTORY PL fjjbfyi the satisfactory bevcrace "p Carbonated in bottlei. 1 1 X Delicious, Wholesome, Thirst-Quenchirg Relieves fatigue J OS t e;op a t?i w - . . .- .v, w yMl, . V . i. 'or iLANKBt CaJabrata4 Csas T