TT YTT IT YTrri
, CITY OF CAIRO.
(Exclusive Service of The Associated Press.)
VOLUME XLII. No. 2G8.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910.
ESTABLISHED IN 1863.
New York Editor
Objects to Publicity
Ml m QEQIP.il
1 iu mm
lilt KILLED 19 I
I RIWD Hi
en in iiie
SARAH ANN PATCH WINS 2:15
PACE, FEATURE EVENT, IN
MINOR HEIR SETS MARK
Lowered His Own Record For
Paced Mile Great Western Cir
cuit Meeting at Milwau
kee Also Closed.
Syracuse. K Y. Sept. 1G. The most
successful Grand Circuit ' meeting
Sarah Ann Patch was a decisive
winner of the 2:15 pace, taking the
event In straight heats.
An extra heat was required for the
2:11 trot, In which J. Gahagan drove
Jhe bay gelding Startle, to ultimate
Peter Horsey took the 2:13 trot in
In too final of the 2:11 pace Locust
Berry lent Dr. Fox by a neck.
2:15 pace, $1,200. Four starters.
Sarah Ann Patch 1
Direct Adair 2 2
Charles F 4 2
2:01 trot,$ 1.000. Six starters.
Startle 4 1 1
Justo 1 4 1
Melva 2 2 3
2:11 pace, $1,200. Five starters.
Locust 'Boy 1 3 1
Dr.. Fo .... 2 12
Joe Boy 3 2
2:15 trot, $R00. Eight starters.
Dorsey 2 1
Mayor ,, Wellington 3 2
Baron Alcyone 2 8
Time 2:10. .
MINOR HEIR BROKE RECORD.
Indianapolis. Sept 1C. Minor Hei"
agaiu broke thn world's record f.n- a
paced mile today ai. the slate f.iir
going the distance in 1:58.. The
former record was 1 :."!, which Minor
Heir set Monday. Today, driven .by
Percy Haul. In company with a run
ner, he covered tne quarters as fol
lows: 29; 29; 29; 30.
MILWAUKEE RACES CLOSE.
Milwaukee, Sept. 10. Today was
the closing day of the Great Western
meeting. Alfa Coast won the 2:15
pace, the fenture event on the card.
2:15 pace, $1,000. Eight starters.
Alta Coast, won; Orace E., second;
Baron Gratlen, th'rd. Time 2:09.
2:12 trot, $1,00-1. Four starters.
Allie K. won in straight heats; Ma
bel M.. second; Countess Mack, third.
2:10 trot, $1,000, Four starters.
Johnnie G., won In slraig.it heats;
Castle Dome, second; Jay See, third.
2:08 pace, $1,000. Wapsie Wave
won in straight heats; Rollins, sec
ond; Walton Boy, third. Time 2:07.
Origin of Boils.
Boils come from the staphylococcus
pyogenes aurens and are very com
mon In people with Bright's disease,
diabetes, gout, tuberculosis and dis
orders of digestion, and often appear
after severe fevers. Bolls are com
monest in the spring; and sometimes
epidemics of bolls run through hospi
tals, jails, barracks and asylums.-
New York Press.
.1 , Cedar for Lead Pencils.
Seven hundred thousand tons ot
American cedar are used annually by
the lead nencll manufacturers of Nu
remberg, Germany, says our consul
The trouble with many of the peo
ple who go out to meet Biiccess is that
they expect It to come considerably
more than half way.
Bedtitead for Invalids.
For' invalids' use a bedstead has
been invented in which the center of
the head is made to swing out to
form a bead and shoulder rest
J " . . Pacing.
It always seems to us that a pacing
torse does twice as much work as Is
ijecesaary in traveling. Atchison
A woman likes to boast, even If It's
the fact that she has been
Invited to a party that her neighbor
it Never Freezes.
' Only a small portion of the United
e.. (tie Houthern tlD ot Florida.
never has experienced freezing
fcv : ,
iew xovk, bepc. jo. James uoruon
Bennett, editor and proprietor of the
New York Herald, has just returned
frcin Europe. Mr. Bennett is adverse
to having his photograph taken and
seldom is interviewed
by trie news-
paper reporters. This picture wa.3
taken as he was leaving the steamer
at the pier just as a friend sorg.it to
jump in front of the camera to pre
vent the picture being taken.
In the Finals For the National Ama
teur Golf Championship at
P.rookline, Mass., Sept. 1C The
mid-west will meet the western e.lse
of the east for the amateur golf cham
pionship of the country at the Coun-
try Club tomorrow for the winners in
. . . . ...
ne semi-final round were Warren K
Wood, of I tame wood, Chicago, and
William C. Fowiies, Jr., of Oakmont,
the losers, both of whom went
lown on the home green, were Wal
ter R, Tuckerman, of Stockbndge,
Mass., and Chas. Evans, Jr., of Edge
water, Chicago. Wood .won from
Tuckerman by 2 up and Fownes from
Evans by 1 up. The much neglected
matter was settled today.
THE WOMEN GOLFERS.
Chicago, Sept. 16 In the Women's
Western Golf Association tournament
Mrs. Harvey L. Pound, cf Skokie
Club, today eliminated Mrs. - But hern
Kennett, of Evanston, by 4 and 2, in
the semi-final round.
The victory brings Mrs. Pound
against Mrs. Tnurston Harris, ot
Westward Ho, who defeated- Mrs. Ed-
muul T. Perkins, of Glenview, G and
5, Mrs. E. H. Sprague, of Omaha, 2
an, I Miss ai. Ktiapp, oi bKOKie,
defeated Miss C. l.e, of Kansas City,
3 and 2.
ill NOT STEP
Taft Has Told His Friends He Would
Accept Presidential Nomination
For a Second Term.
Beverly, Sept. 1G. The publication
of a story in a certain newspaper
this morning, purporting . to come
irom Beverly announcing that Taft
has decided to step aside as presi
dential candidate in 1912 to make
way for Roosevelt brought many In
quiries here today. It was decided
not to dignify the story, which was
reported without foundation, with a
It is Etatel there Is no change in
Taft's attitude toward a seconT term
since he told his friends irecently
.hat he would accept ft second nomi
nation if the party decided to tender
it to him. Taft pointed out that he
does not know how to play politics.
When two women meet for the firs
time they have a hanl-tlme getting ac
quainted until the discovery Is made
of a similarity in their troubles. Then
they clasp hands and swim right out
together. Atchison Globe. .
Ald for London Bachelors.
There Is said recently to have been
formed In London a society the pur
pone of which la to mend the socks ol
lonely br,t.hi!ors and to perform van
,ts other . kindly deeds of a similar
The man who constantly harps on
one string generally succeeds at last
in getting himself heard.
C. B. & Q. AND C. R. I. & P. PAS-
SENGER TRAINS MET HEAD
Tolt, Mo., Sept. 10. One washed
and 19 injured when two passenger';
trains met in a head on collision on
the Chicago, Burlington and Q.iiney
railroad, one mile north of here to
The trains ' which collided were
Burlington and Quincy No. C, which
left Kansas City at 5 o'clock - for
Brookfield, Mo., and Chicago, Rock
Island apd Pacific No. 201 which lert
Chicago at 11:30 last night. The lat
ter train headed in on the Burlington,
tracks' at Cameron Junction on the
way to Kansas City. A Inisunder
stndinff of orders hv the rturlinatnn
!crew Is said to be responsible for the
wreck. TTre trains were to pass at
The dead man is a brakeman of No,
C. The eighteen Injure 1 are mostly
from Missouri. None are hurt seri-
ously. 0. W. Myers, of Deloit, la.,
hn,, hig rignt ,.!bs .Droken. Tue
weicnt of the enlT10 of train K 201
an , tho fact that gho ran.ie.i, stcei
far8f p,.evente,! any one on It being
jnj,lmi Most of the iniured were
on the Burlington train. The cars
and rolled down the
Fell Into Crowd In Front of Grand
Stand at Milwaukee French
man Makes New Record.
Milwaukee, Sept. 1C. Five womea
and three men were injured when a
Wright aeroplane, driven by Arthur
. Hoxevv-pluiiged into a crowd before
I the grand stand at the fair this after-
Itlnnn Thr, nrlfllni wna nnln tnrpit
,. ' ... .. , , ,
iThe machine was slightly damaged.
A panic followed
FRENCHMAN BROKE RECORD.
Bordeaux, Sept. 10. M. Aiibi'im
aviator, today broke all speed records
for 300 kilometres (1SG.3 miles) ne
gotiatiing the distance in three hours,
thirty-three minutes, seven seconds
The average time was about 55
miles an hour.
QUARRELED OVER ill
V. Atkins, Patent Medicine Wan
Shot and Fatally Wourded by
Dr. James Ralney.
Chicago, Sept. 10. Eouen V. M
kins, patent medicine man, was shot
and fatally wounded in his office in
Ihe Marine hulldinir here todav. bv
;Dr james M. Rainey.
Rainey withdrew from the company
of which Atkins is president two
months ago, and started another firm
with much the same name. According
to Jas. Ingram, attorney for Rainey.
mail claimed by the latter was fre
quently delivered tothe wrong com
vany. The men quarreled about
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Steel For New Track.
The steel for the street car lra"k
on Eighth street , has arrived and
will soon be placed preparatory for
the naviriR of the street. The ties
were already on hand.
That big muscalonge sent by Dr.
Morrison from the Wisconsin lake
was disposed of at , Hank's buffet
Thursday night to a number of the
Dr.'s friends, under the direction of
Chas. Feuchter, to whom it had been
sent. It was prepared and served by
Abe Goettlo, and the 35 pounds didn't
Work on County Roads.
Work is progressing rapidly on tne
new gravelled road from a point
short distance north of IT leech Ridge
to the bridge near Cornell's place
Butler has the contract. Tiie haul
from the gravel pit is only a quarto
of a mile from the road. This stretc?
of road will connect Cairo with the
sandy road to Hodges Park.
School House at Delta.
Walker & Campbell of Thebes have
Just completed a new school house
at delta this county which will be
opened next- Monday. Efforts are
being made 16' rebuild the Pleasant
Valley Baptist church' at De'ta, vhl
was destroyed by fire a few months
aco.. The pastor. Rev. Melton, and
tho clerk, I. N. Wilson, are soliciting
the funds and meeting with much cn
DALLINGER WILL ALLOW HIS
.CABINET ASSOCIATES TO BE
MEETING SEPTEMBER 26
Secretary of the Ir.terior Coming from
Seattla to Attend May be Vin
dicated1 as Much Perse
Washington, Sept. 1C Whether Bal
linger V resignation as ' secretary ot
the interior will follow immediately
upon the meeting of the cabinet Sept.
20th. to attend which he is now en
route from Seattle, or whether he wih
retain his position indefinitely at
least -until' after the delivery to con
gress of the report of the committee
which investigated his stewardship
of the public domain, depends now
upon the attitude of his cabinet as
Mary Manncrirg Stricken
At Rel earsal
New York, Sept. 1(5. Misa Mar
Manncrin;;, the ai'tress. is said to be
seriously ill at Roosevelt hospital It:
tins city, to which place she was re
moved ' afler a rehearsal earlier in
t:ie week, her - illness Is attribute!
to appendicitis, for which an opera-
ion was perforned Imnie liately" aftev
her admittance to the iastiluti. ..i.
M ss Mannering was preparing ic
play the leading role in "A Man's
World," with the Shnberls managing
the production. Mlrs Mannering I.-;
lie divorced wife of James K. Hack-
6tt, the actor. She was born in Lr.n-
lon, April 28, 187G, nr.d ma.le her
leliitt in "Hero and Eeander." She
Ballingcr is coming, his friends in
sist, wholly unconscious of any act on
his part, either of commission or
amission, for which he should be con-
lemned, and has determined to force
'.lis chjef and his official colleagues
to be, in effect, his judges. If they
oncur in the view thnt the secretary
shall be sustained as an Innocent and
persecuted man, he will retain his po
sition. If this fails he will resign
That this is Balllnger's present po
sition was learned today upon author
V Improper to resign, vindicated or
condemned, as he sees ;t, he has de
rided, it is said to, demand that his
superior and his cabinet associates
either clear or demand his resigna
tion. GOV. SHALLENBERGER WILL
GIVE UP CONTEST.
Lincoln, Sept. 1G. As a recount of
the votes for Democratic candidates
for the nomination for governor of
Nebraska shows Governor Shallen -
Merge.1 beliisd Major Dahlman, of
Omaha. The governor sar. today be
had decided to give Tilm the nomina-
tton. He sam me time lor a contest i
Is too short.
CHINESE LtFER ESCAPES.
St Louis. Sept lC-Mon Win, the
city's only patient at quarantine, es-
ip,,u ,um ... Di,
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r - r j . t " $mx - J
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CHANLER MADE PRENUPTIAL
AGREEMENT GIVING HER
ALL HIS REAL ESTATE.
AlSO $2010 YEARLY
To be Paid in Four Quarterly Install
ments Original Document filed
In New York Yes
terday. New York, Sept. .10. Prenuptlal
agreement between Robert Wlnthrop
Cl-anlr-'i' "of this city and hU 'bride.
I tea Cavalierl, the prima donna of
Par's, v. as tiiul today in the -office
of the reylsU-r of New York county
'TUe-iiodniant 'statts that "in consid
eration' of the sum of one dol'ar i aid
on said, iaiendi'd niarriag?"-. Chanier
shall fcsilgn to bis wife all his real
real "estate, ail interest in the estate
cf Lrture Daneo, subject to mort
gage to the amount of $140,000, "for
Reported Seiiously III
ainica-ed in Shakespearean roles In
the Bntisii proviiKes wh-e:i s:ic was
her sole uud separate use absolutely.
The bridegroom "doth further cove
rant ' to i ay to his wife 520,000 a
year in four quarterly installments.
To secure thbi payment Chanler
gives . his bride power to collect the
amounts due, if otherwise unpaid by
him, out of the money coming to
him from the income of the Chanler
estate trust frnd.
Should this still prove insufficient
she can collect from the income from
the fund held In trust by the Union
Trust Company. The agreement speci
fies the property of each of the prln
cipala "Khali remain separate prop
j orty .under the sole control of each
of them, and furthermore that their
capital shall be governed by the laws
of New York."
If Mrs. Chanler eared fo compel her
husband to carry out his prenuptlal
contract the filing of the original here
today by her lawyers would be her
I first step in an effort to Interpose
her rights between him and his cred
Itora, who, It Is supposed,' will con
test the agreement.
J The document not only confers tile
sweeping powers enumerated above
but It lists by parcel all real estate
under Its control Including
three farms at Reed Hook, N. Y., 3K0
acres, subject to $000,000 mortgage,
a total of thirty pieces of property in
n: estate comprising farms and city
rWrtrvrn hnvtt KrP'l nlfl'lo in ClV.1
t Nw Vo,.k Worl(l' w, Mr
tomorrow, to settle the case wltnout
imgnUon. Under the terms proposed
TOLD ITS MEMBERS HOW HE
COULD KEEP ON THE GO ALL
THE TIME IN POLITICAL
FIGHT TO STAY.
New York, Sept. 1C-Roosevelt told
the members of the New York Press
Club tonight how It, Is thnt he can
breakfast, dine and sup or work and
then top off with more work. He
said he liked it. He enjoyed every
job he evr had and he begged them
to be under no anxiety as to what'
should bo done for this ex-president.
The colonel began tiie day with
endless string places. He dined with
the Press Club and motored- Io the
home of his brother-in-law Douglas
Robinson, where he sent the night,
Speaking of his connection
the Republican state convention, he
said he was in the tight to stay.
"The two cardinal features of the
policy for which a stand, are. In that
we have no room for the crook in
public life, and in that the people are
entitled to govern themselves."
County politicians from all parts of
New York state gathered today at
Roosevelt's editorial offices to tell
him where they stand in the flgnt
now on within the Republican party.
The colonel talked all day but re
fused to discuss what happened.
STRIFE IN TIE 1. 0.0. F.
Officers Charged With Irregularities
In Controlling Convention In
junction Granted. "
Baltimore, Sept. 1fi. Asa culmina
tion of tho disagreements, at the
fifteenth biennial convention of the
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows,
between the adherents of the present:,
administration anil their opponents,
suit wiis entered -into against the
gran 1 officers and directors of the or-
ler, charged with having taken un
lawful possession of the convention
and freezing out many of those en
liilnl to participate.
The court Is asked to declare void
standing of orders by the Burlington
and H. P. Slaughter as editor and
manager of the Odd Fellows Journal
iind to compel the defendants to pro
ceed according to the rules of the or-
ler. An Injunction was granted.
President Smith of Cairo &. Thebes
Will Feast Workmen if Road
"' is Completed.
A big turkey dinner will be given
by President 1'5. A. Smith of the Cairo
& Tliel)es railroad on Thanksgiving
day to all the workmen if they shall
have the road completed between
Cairo and Thebes, and according to
report it looks as though this will be
done. Three and one-half miles of
track has been laid north" of iFayvIllo
and two miles south. The big gap
just south of Thebe is being rapidly
filled in nn. I the several smaller gaps
south of Beech Ridge aro boing filled
SHERIFF IN JAIL.
Aberdeen, Sept. 10. Sheriff George
II. Perry, of Carson county, tcdiy
was arrested by T. B. Brents, Indian
officer, on a charge of furnishing the
Indians of the Standing Rock reserva-
tion with intoxicating liquor taking
them before -tho court an 1 having
them fined for being drunk, lie is In
jail In default of bond.
RECORD MADE IN CURING
A CASE OF LOCKJAW.
Milwaukee, Sept. 16j What is be
ueveii to ue tne worlds record was
made In a cure of a case of lock-jaw
here when 112,500 units of anti-toxen
serum was Injected into the body of
Gerald A. Sullivan aged 17. Hitherto
it Is said, the largest amount admin
lstered was 100,000 units, adose be
ing 300 units, or three teaspoonfuls.
LATEST CENSUS FIGURES.
Washington, Sept. 1G The popula
tlon of Waterloo, Iowa, Is 2G.G03, an
increase of 11,113 or 111.2 percent
Recine, Wis., ' 38,002; Increase 8,
900, VOLCANO IN ERUPTION.
Soattle, Sept. 1G. A dispatch from
Nome reports fnat the famous vol
cano, lio:rer,tof, In the Alrtlau Islands.
'8 again In eruption.
. Never Die.
To live to hearts we leare behind
Is cot to die. Cau pbelL
CUBS DEFEATED PHILADELPHIA
Y E STL RDAY BATTED HARD
Covaleskie, For Southern Won First
Game He Pitched For Cincin
nati Cardinals Defeated
Detroit Eadly Beaten.
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Chicago . .
! New York
St. l.ouis . .
Cubs Beat Phillies.
Philadelphia Sept. 16. The visitors
knocked Moore off t lie rubber.
Score R H H
Philadelphia ..... 3 C O
Chlcrgo .UA H I
Batteries Moore, Brennan and
Dooin; Mclntyre and Kling.
- Giants Beat Pirates.
New York, Sept. 1G.' I iUs-burs; ,
was shut out until the ninth .scoring
then on Leach's triple and Warner's
, Score RID
New York .................. 3 7 4
Pittsburg 1 a 2
Batteries Mathewaon and Myers;
Molleld, Ferry and Gibson.
Southerner Makes Good.
Brooklyn, Sept. 10. ovaskie,
from the Southern League, struck out
twelve batters and beat Brooklyn.
Score R H 8
CrooMyrt ' ....... . . . . , I
Cincinnati ........ '. ........ 7 5 1
Batteries Bell and
valesklo and Clark.
Bergen ; Co-
Timely Hiting Wins.
Boslon, Sept. 1G. The locals won
by timely hitting In the seventh and
Score ; R ft if
BoBton 7 11 3
St.' Louis .5 12 3
Batteries Brown, Madera
Graham; Lush and Phelps.
P. W. L Pet
Philadelphia ....133 93 40 SM
New York 133 77 T,C, ' Ml
Boston 133 70 S7 .571
Detroit .... ..'..13(5 77 5 .SGC
Cleveland 135 01 71 .!".?
Washington ....'13ft 59 77 .431
Chicago ...131 52 7!) .""S7
SX Louis .......132 40 93 .301
A Closi Game.
Cleveland, Sept. 13. Walker and
Mitchell were very effective until tho
eighth, when both were knocked out.
Score R II It
Cleveland 5 !) 2
Washington 3 G 2
Batteries Mitchell, Koestner and
Land; Walker. Gray and Ainsmlth.
Detroit Shut Out.
Detroit. Sept. 10-. Coombs held I
treit to I wo hits this afternoon, orwi
of these being a bunt. -
Score R II
Detroit 0 2 3
Philadelphia M .10 14 t
ratteries Willett. Stroud and
Schmidt; Coombs ami Lapp.
At St. Paul.
St. Paul 5
Milwaukee .......... 1
Minneappolis ...... .i...
Kansas City ....
MORE PLAYERS DRAFTED.
Auburn, N. Y., Sept. 1G. John IT.
Farrell, secretary of the Nat'onal As
sociation of Professional Baseball
I ramies, today gave out a list et
drafted plavers in class A. Th ln
Includes Minneapolis, Iwn Sn-. .
field, Shroder and Smith: ToleJ-V
lrom Danville, Duffy; Milwaukee
from Eau Claire, Nicholas. '
In Cairo nearly everybody read
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