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THE CAIRO BULLETIN SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27,1910.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
. . ,, FOR SHERIFF.
' JAS.'S..ROCHH mthorliei hie an
nouncement as a candidate for the
Republican nomination for sheriff of
Alexander, county, at the primary
election to be held Sept. 15, 1910.
FreJ J). Nellis authorizes his an
nouncement a a candidate for the
Republican nomination for Bherlff of
Alexander county, at the primary
election to be held Sept. 15, 1910.
MISS ALICE BYRNE
TAKES THE LEAD
IN BIG CONTEST
'opular Young Lady in the Third
District Comes to the Front
in Race for Auto
SoTm" Mulvlhill authorizes his an
nouncement as a Democratic candi
date for Sheriff of Alexander county,
subject to the decision of the voters
at the primary election to be held
Sept. 15. 1910. ,
. FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
The Bulletin It authorized to an
Bounce the name ot Fred M. Pool
f 'errln. HI. as a Democratic can
diUate' for representative In the 50tH
senatorial district, subject to tn.
Dt'tnocratlo primary September 15
m FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
'ThJ' .Bulletin is' authorised . to an
neance the name i'ot Frank E: Davis
cf Cairo, 111., as a, ltepublican, candi
date fr representative in the 50th
senatorial district,, subject to the
Republican".' primary- September 15,
io:o.f , ;
- FOR CONGRESS. .
'tt: R. Thl8tles;ood authoriies ; hia
stu'ioWcement as' aoandldafe"for rt
clrr'tllW to"'1 congress from the 4 25th
Illinois' district subject to the- de
vhti& of the ' Republican voters at
the 1'ilniary election to be held Sept.
1JJ, 1U10.
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'' '"'FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
! .Tiidtie Wm. S. Dewey authorizes hla
announcement for the Republican
nomination for County Judge, at the
pi-i-DHiy election to be held Sept. la
19.0. V.. . . ,.w.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.
Prof. S. E. Gott authorizes bis an
nouncement as a candidate for Coun
ty Superintendent of Schools of Alex
ander county, subject to the Repub
lican primaries. Sept 15, 1910.
Asa D. Twente authorizes his an-
cement as a candidate tor Coun
ty Superintendent of Schools cf'Alex
ander county, subject to the Republl
,csa primaries, Sept 15, 1910.
Mrs. Fanny P. Hacker authorizes
her announcement as a candidate for
County Superintendent of Schools of
Alexander county, subject to the
Democratic voters at the primary
election Sept. 15, 1910.
FOR ASSESSOR AND TREASURER
David M. Mulcahey authorizes his
Bimc-'tihcement asa candidate " for
'county" assessor and treasurer, sub
ject totbe decision of the Democrat
ic voters ofTMexander cTSunly at the
primary election to be held Sept 15.
" 1910.
" rartVW. D. Lippitt authorizes his
''tmotincement as a candidate for re-
election as assessor and treasurer of
Alexander county, subject to the Re
publican voters at" the primary elec
tion va Sept. 15th.
r?TE. E. Elils authorizes his announce'
'moot b a candidate for assessor an!
treasurer of Alexander county, sub
'JftetMoithe decision of the Republican
"Inters at the primary election on
"Sopt.'l3tb, 1910. "
Thos. w. Williams authorizes nis
announcement as a candidate for As
sensor and Treasurer of Altxande
countyy subject to the decision of the
Republican voters of tSie county at
the primary election to be held Sep
THE WEATHER
eaders of Day Before Give Way to Others and
Leaders of Today Will Probably be Displaced
Tomorrow The Race is Still Young
and Victory is Within Reach of
Any" Contestant
Great many changes are taking thereby Increasing their lead to a
place in the ' standing of the candi
dates in The Bulletin gigantic voting
contest since it first started, showing
that those of the candidates whose
Interest for a time was luke warm are
getting into the game.
And why not. when you stop to
consider tne opportunity ana tne
onor and value ( attached to these
rises? , , . . iv(
Each 4y's record, since the first
nnquncement has .shown an increase
in the standing of the candidates and
the interes being taken in the
contest by the paper's readers.
In some contests of this character
the closing date has been from four
o six months from the day of the first
announcement, but in this contest it
will be short and full of interest from
the beginning to the end. The eni
will be here all too soon for some of
the candidates if they do not get out
and secure assistance of their friends
These friends are waiting for ' their
choice to ask them for their votes,
and until they do ask them they will
hold them.
Miss Alice Dryne of District No. I
takes the lead of the contest this
morning, closely followed by Miss
Anna Pierce Walsh of the same dis
trict. Candidates in district No. 2
are crowding Miss Rrjne for, first
lace and there promises to be a num
ber of changes in the standing of
contestants Sunday morning.
At Made Gains.
11.98
Saturday light
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 Valuesr
I
great extent. These candidates are
gradually working their way to th
top of the list and once they secur
that position they will come down
the home stretch in record time.
Those who are considerably down
in the list now may take a jump sky
vard at any time and grasp the lead
from those now leading. However,
the contest has a little over fiv
weeks yet to run and great changes,
may take place in tnat time, and
again those who are In the lead just
now may continue to keep in front
of their competitors and cannot be
headed. But all the candidates who
expect to be in at the finish must
make time from now on count more
than ever.
Get every vote and subscription
possible, you will need them before
the home stretch Is reached. The
prizes are here for some enterprising
candidate and it may as well be you.
Do not let a day go by without
securing at least one or two subscrip
tions, and for as long a time as pos
sible, the candidate who does this
from now on 'until the end of the
race need have no fear of the finu
result.
See Your Friends.
There are hundreds of people in
this city amlhe territory covered by
this paper who are waiting for some
bright candidate to ask them for their
subscription, and it is a case of get
ting out and getting these votes if
you expect to figure in the race at
100 Dresses, in nearly all sizes and a fair assortment of
colors, in blue, white, pink, old rose, tan, solid and checked, ev
eryone ofthemthis season s goods that positively were $4.00;
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00 values, will be closed out Saturday night
after supper, at f ' '
11
a
No goods will be charged at this sale, none will be taken
; back; extra charges for alterations.
Remember the price remember the time
Saturday night, from 6 to 10 o'clock.
DRY 600
All the candidates In the race made the close. The votes are there wait-'
good gains yesterday, many of them ing for some one to come and get
polling many thousands of votes, and them. It is up to YOU.
STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES.
District No. 1.
All of the City of Cairo lying north of Twenty-first streeet.
Miss Alice Byrne 1 ?)
Miss Anna Pierce Walsh lto40
Miss Marie Williams n,.,.
Miss Zorayda Nance , sr
Miss Iona Swoboda
Miss Gertrude Curry, " (;st()
Miss Helen Jackson Mr),,Q
Miss Myrtle Goldsmith rjjQ
Mrs. Clara Schwartze fs
Miss Grace Sells y(")()
Mr. Harry Thornberry n'i)
Miss Pearl Youngs 2150
Miss Mable Englcr o(jjft
Mr. Elbert Zook
Mr. Ito Smith ........ 1010
Everett McDonald 100o
District No, 2.
All of the City of Cairo lying south of Twenty-first street.
KAUFMAN BROS.
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DS
Mis3 Nell Tharp, WicklirTe
Miss Carman Andrews, Wickliffo u
Miss Cue Johnson, Wlckliffe iJ"
Mrs. Edda Bryant, Arlington
Mrs. .Minnie Vance, Arlington 100)
Mr. Heine Eickoff
2920
Yesterday's Cairo Temperature.
Maximum . . ...... , , . '. . .'. 71
Minimum .... ............... RC
At .7 ),, ru. 68
M i midnight (street record) ... 63
General Conditions.
ThMl'ay was partly cloudy. Rainfall
the night before measured .66 of an
inch. The government bulletin re
lorted rain from 17 points extending
over the middle and east gulf states.
Light frosts are reported from Minne
uta, the Dakotas and Colorado.
Forecasts For Today,
jCjaltf5"11 vicinity: Fair and warm-
Illinois: Washington, Aug. 26. Fair
f'aturday with slowly rising tempera
ture; light to moderate southeast to
touth winds.
8un and Moon,
Fun will rise today ..... 5:21 a. itC
fun will art todav ...... fi:12 "n. m
Mpcn will rise tonight ...10:50 p. m j
Mill.
.uis uiga . r-uiB 10620
Mr. G. W. Hurley 8690
Miss Rose Klee 7,59,,
Miss Lady Fitzgerald .' (;f),)
Miss Margaret Eller 6590
Miss Lizzie Itiley 4190
Miss Eva Gunsher , '," 350
Miss Margaret Stone . .. 2570
Miss Grace White,., 2120
Mr. Harold Hessian 22"0
Miss DrRossct ...... 2110
Mrs. E. Nottage , 1430
Mr. Wm. Steagala 1240
Mr. Charlie Glass jj90
District No. 3.
All territory In Mississippi county embracing Charleston and all ad
jacent towns. 1.
Miss Louise (Jordan 2490
Miss Gladys Oliver, Charleston 2:t50
Mr. Harold Kelly :,;n
Mr. T. H. Howard 1370
District No. 4.
All territory on the Big Four R. R. to Harrlsburg, including Mounds,
Mound City, Anna, Jonesborond the following towns: Grand Chain, Olm
sted, Levings, Karnack, Vienna, Eldorado, Parker City, Carrier Mills, Villa
Ridge and Harrlsburg.
Miss Ester TIbbets, Jonesboro .. .. .. 5870
Miss Safronla Tuttle, Anna 579,)
Miss Agnes Cahl'l, Mound City j... '. 4740
Miss Minnie Frank, Mounds., .i ..... 4580
Miss Charlotte Wiggins, Anna ,f..A.A ., 4550
Miss Nell Darnes, Harrlsburg ..' 4190
Miss Blanche Darragh, Mound City 4280
Miss Hazel Rosenbarger, Grand Chain 3910
Miss Irene Balance, rienna 3790
Miss Gene Heal, Vienna 3:i90
Miss Ida Johnson, Mound City 2560
Miss Alta Frost, Jonesboro , . ... 2560
Miss Jean Greer, Jonesboro 19:;t)
Miss Nettle English, Jonesboro ,. .. ' 1090
Miss Nell Perkins, Vienna 1010
Miss Mary Crawford, Jonesboro 1010
' Dlstrbt No. 5.
All territory south of Cairo to F.ilton, embracing Wlckliffe, Bnrdwell,
Arlington and Fulton, ;
Mlaa Clara Stewart, Fulton. ,, ., ',, 2370
PAVE 1 nKl
philosophers, at his gummcr home on
the shores of Chocorua Lake. Prof.
James had been in a critical condition
since .ha arrival in Quebec from
Europe a work ago.
remainder of-the street from Com-' ni"rninS h; ,t0( 'lecided
mccial avenue west tt.c street pave- t,l, n fl' tIlG wors'- lapsing int(T un
ment to be 30 feet in width, leaving consciousness about noon. 'I he aged
. ti 1 I a.. . . . 1. n .lln'.i .V.a.nn t.m...n Inln.
Of the iMUUn11-1 Alll'IJ I1UWIO KVll,
suiroirRUeii by ills wire, uaugntcr, son
and brother, Henry James, the noted
a grass plot on
! street of 5 feet.
each side
BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS
VOTES TO ASK FOR ESTI
MATES ON WORK.
1ER SPEAKS
Accepts Bids For Paving Eigntrt ana
Sycamore Streets Alderman
Neff Makes Record.
SPEECH AT KOENINGSBURG
REITERATED DIVINE RIGHT
OF RULERS GERMAN PRESS
SCORES SPEECH.
English author..
A Correction.
The habit of contradicting some
times "o'erleops itself" unwittingly.
"I've heerd It said.".' remarked a
lounger at the crossroads store, "that
John Hcnderaon over by Woodvillo
was one of eighteen sons."
"That's whnr yo heerd wrong," con
tributed the chronic kicker. "It wasn't
John Henderson at all. 'Twas a broth
er o' hls'n." Lippincott's.
The Board of Local Improvements
held a meeting last night at the coun
cil chamber to act upou the bids sub
mitted for the paving with brick of
Eighth street from, Ohio street to Jef
ferson avenue, and Sycamore street
f.nm Tlilptv.frtiirth atraftt in the ritV
. . m.nu KufA,A Ilia i.rrt vl nila ! ImnnllPf
limits which is a-po4nt opposite the,"'"";- " 'V " ,7;"V
entrance to the Chicago Mill yards. "l. -" ' "c
Those present at the meeting were
Mayor Parsons and Aldermen Neff,
Williams, Magner, KoeJiJer. Attorney
Leek and Comptroller Nordman were
also present.
The bid of L. W. Johnson of $7,-
701.40 for paving Eighth street was
accepted, signed up and a bond for
one half the amount was approved.
The bid of Roy L. Will'ams for pav-
ing Sycamore street or $41,885.07 was
accepted, signed and bond approved-
Paving Sixth Street.
It was stated that a number of the
property owners on Sixth street. had
expressed a desire to pave the street
with brick. Acting on this sugges
tion Alderman Neff moved that the
city engineer furnish an estimate of
the cost of this work. He also argued
that Jefferson avenue from Fourth to
Eighth streets should be paved and
wished an estimate uiado on the cost
of these four blocks, "explaining that
this street was much used and was
usually muddy and in bad condition.
After much discussion it was decided
that Jefferson avenue should not b
included in the estimate.
The estimate on the coat of paving
Sixth street will be based on a width
nf 36 fppt from rnrh to curb from
Levee, street o Commercial avenue caused by heart disease, came today
leaving a space of 2 feet on each to Professor William James, of Har
side for telegraph poles, etc, For the vard University, dean ot America's
Berlin Aug. 26. A speech deiivertTf
last night Emperor William of Ger-
ed and emphasized his belief in the
divine mandate by which he rules, re
ferred to the Prussian crown as be
stowed by Pod's grace and not by
parliament, nor people's assemblies,
and railed against the present move
ment for woman suffrage, Is the po
litical sensation of the hour here.
The leading organization's press de
vote much space to comment gener
ally crlticisim? thev emperor's utter
ance, and there are indications that
the discourse will have a deep po
litical effect upon the country.
Nearly all the Berlin papers are
diseusing the subject of November,
1908. when the publication by the
London -Daily Telegraph cf an inter
view with the- emperor aroused a
storm against the uncontrolled public
speaking of the emperor.
Li
PROF. WILLIAM JAMES
Died of Heart Disease Last Night-
Was the Dean of America's.
Philosophers.
Chocorna, N. H Aug. 26. Death,
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