THE CAIRO BULLETIN. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1911.
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NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
At the, close of this week there are
two candidates in the field for mayor,
two for city cleric, two' for city
treasurer and one In each of the three
wards for aldermen. .
The Masonic lodge of Mound City
conferred; the Jliirdi 'degree ol the
order on Seth Armstrong of this city
Thursday night. Quite a large num
ber of our resident members were
J. C. Fisher of the Evening Citizen
wag in tlie city for a short time Fri
Many of our. people attended the
revival meeting at the M. E. church
la Cairo Friday evening.
Mlsg Margaret George "of Centra
lia passed through here Friday en
route to Cairo. , .
Knupp and- Mahoney are becoming
headquarters for fresh home killed
meats of all kinds.
H. J. Aldrlch of Villa Ridge was a
business, visitor, here Thursday.
An agent was here today scatter
In circulars and , selling tickets to
the Champ Clark lecture at the opera
house In Cairo on the 15th Inst. "
, Mrs. McCuen of Ceutralla, :s visit
ing Mrs. Robert Utter of this city for.
a few days.
...All kinds of tree 'fruit in this coun
ty is sale up to this date, so far a9
e have been, alia to learn. .
C!ia. M. Gaunt, cashier of the
First State Bank of Mound City, was
transacting business here Thursday.!
Rev. Allen (Ferrell Is an Interest-
ins preacher and large congregation sJ
come out to. hear him at the Baptist
church every evening. ,
Mrs, K. iL Fulkerson was a Cairo
visitor yesterday. ; . 1
Farmer D. 11. Weldy is pushing the
box shop question wlth(,vlg6"r".
Dr. Monroe Doty of Grand Chain,
was la the city, on legal .business Fri
The early varieties of strawberries
are beginning to hlooui and if this
mild weather continues for another,
week the entire crop will toe exposed
to the late frosts which wll no dowbt
do considerable damage to It.
Mrs. Claude Thomas, was a Cairo,
shopper Friday, ; '.'
C. F. Melton is a candidate for city"
treasurer subject to the will of the! Dr. W, L. WInstead Is In Dantvllle
voters at the, city election, to be held this week where be is serving on the
Apitl J8th. Mr. Melton filled .this of
flee ;two ye,ars, agq with entire satls
factiton to the .wholo people. Ho , is
one f our young hustling Tusine,ss
U. S. grand jury.
All of our slot macnine men we.-e
haled Into the county court at Mound
City. where they were fined for vio
!entad n Hitv . nrnfitnhtv nn wall an
men whoso, sterling .qualities wllI, lating a law, that they had been IcJ
make him a strong man for tbis inv ,t(j Uiiev they , were not violating.
portant office. , We are.- indeed, for
tunate in securing as clean and well
luallfled candidate as Mr. C. F. Mil-ion.
, Mrs. : C.ecll Gairner the efficient
teacher of Fayyille was calling on
.ITlOn friends Friday evening.- Mrs
Garner is one of Alexander county's
most progressive teachers.
"TMrsT Fanny P. Hackor, couuey
aunerintendent of Alexander county
IMonroe Ililcman was . transacting viglteii . tb Mr. and M.rs. W. A
business in Cairo last Wednesday,
B. H. Andcirson of Jouesboro, vis
ited with his brother Harison An
c'ersoi Friday and Saturday. '
Qur '.bank building i3 neaping com
pletion ihe equipment is being planet
and ce long our genial bank officials
:.vil bid us welcome, to their new
luarters, of which there are no bet
;er in Southern Illinois.
" Mrs. i Ben Anderson spent lat er
part of week visiting her parent?
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Henlcn at Don
;cla. ; '
" Quite a ' number from here will at
end the Cbam,p Clark ' lecture ; in
Cairo next Wednesday evening.
.Kelly, Friday. en route to her home
After visiting the closing exercises of
the Dexter school. Mr. Roy Karr.i
ker, the teacher, has taught one of
the best schools that district ha
iyer had. The patrons of the district
Sho wed . their : appreciation of the
,ork. done,, by. giving. . pupils , and
nd teacher a picnic, at which were
'erverj., viands that would appease
ho daiptie&t or the most healthfu
jvrt'Ctit. The exercises consisted of
dialogues,' recitations, songs and ;
general , rehearing of studies, all ot
mhicjv were, rendered in -a manner
;ha.t spealrs well cf thrift and earn
estness, of teacher In his work. Last
. Miss May Elklns visited bar homo li l.uct least was a game of ball oq
in Vienna Saturday and Sunday. - i ween pupils of this school and the
Judge P. W. Thompson was trans-1 UUin school resulting in a victory
acting business in Cairo Thursday'. I rf 12 to 7 in favor ot Ullin. Th'.s
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rpE GENERAL OFFICES:'
1 LjQ lV DETROIT, MICHIGAN
at 810- 812 Commercials Avenue, Cairo, Illinois, ? i i
Dr. Doty of Grand Chain was In
town Friday on business.
Misses Blanche and Eula Norman
'of Holloway, Ky., were shopping
here Friday. . . ....
Master Vaughn Lawler of Pear
street is recovering from a case of
Mrs. AVllliam Wilson and daughter
iMiss Ruth were among the Cairo
J. M. Tucker of Memphis Is visiting
his family on Pearl street and Rail
road avenue and accompanied hit
little daughter, Alice to Cairo Ft;
day where her tonsils were removed
H. F. Neadstine is quite ill at hU
home on High street V
Mr3. Walter Walker and little
daughter, Naomi of Memphis, whv
haive been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C
O. Wlllard, left Friday for Uliir
whera they will be the guests ol
Mrs. Walker's mother.
Mr. All-ert Duty of Cairo was th:
truest of Mrs. U. A. Spauldlng an 1
family on Main street Friday.
Among the Cahro showers and
visitors Friday were Mesdames L. C
Perks, W. R. Rodman, Geo. Eioh
horn, Chas. Wehren'berg, Sr, and
Eugene Bryan; Misses Kate Cooler
Elsie Rodman and May Hawkins.
Wm. Anderson , ot Mounds trans
acted business here Friday.
Miss Mary Oversureet returnei
home Friday from a two months
visit with relatives in Hamilton, Q.
and' Linton, Ind.
Mrs. II. M. Smith, who has been
seriously ill at her noroe on 'Third
street is slowly Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stanley wjn1
to Cairo Friday afternoon and Mrs
Stanley who has been quite ill eev
eral weeks remained at the home ol
her mother, Mrs. W. B. Yates to re
Mrs. Eva B'oling and Mrs. Harry
LaJwlor .wer Mounds vlsltccfj Fn
The Missionary soc'.ety of the Con
gregational church beid its monthly
meeting at the home of Mrs. K
Miller on Third and V. Main streets
Friday afternoon. There was a largi
attendance and a very Interesting
'program was rendered. j.
"VV. H. Brelsford of Mounds, was ,t
business caller here Friday.
Ralph Schuler, Earl HUlerlch and
Floyd Easterday witnessed the has
Vet ball game botween Centralla and
Cairo in the latter city Friday.
Dan Fitzgerald of Cairo was the
guest of friends here Friday evening
DEFENSE IN NIGHT RIDER CASE
CLAIMS TO HAVE PROVED
ALIBI FOR ALLEGED LEADER
OF THE BAND.
Hopklnsville, Ky., Marcli 11. An
alibi for the defendant and contradie
tiun of the testimony of a self-con-fessel
night rider Is what the die
fenso claims to have scored today in
tho trial of Dr. David Amos, alleged
commander-in-chief of, tho nigiit rid
ers of Kentucky and1 Tennessee.
Dr. Amos completed his testimony
after a grilling. He was followed by
witnesses who swore fnat It would
have been impossible for him to .have
been In Hopklnsville on the, night
cf tho raid, inasmuch as he was in
attendance upon them in a profession
al capacity at Intervals on that night.
The evidence of his daughter was
given to account for his whereabouts
up to 10 o'clock and after that practi
cally all of the. lime of the physician
on that night was accounted for "by
former patients. ..;
; The story of Arthur and Carl Coop
or, principal witnesses for tho, prose
cution, and who confessed to have
participated in the raid, was attacked
by the defense, who Introduced Val
Alexander of Cadiz.
BY A CAVE-IU
rob the bodies of thoee "who werj
killed and escape " before a crowd,
LANQ SLIDES AT M1HE
ALL ENTOMBED 160 FEET DOWN
IN MINE IN MINNESOTA
RESCUERS ARE AT IRK
And Chance of Saving Men la Ex
eel lent Supply of Air Forced
Through Three Inert pipe
Gilbert, Minn., March 11. Captain
nenny and' three miners are entomb
ed tonight 130 down :n the Elba
mine, just outsldeot the village.
Through an iron pipe tlnree inches
in diameter, air is being transmit ;3 .
to them and the iitipeated rapping
on this pipe encourage tTio rescuing
party to lielieve the four may be reu
eued by tomorrow. Benny and 'his
companions were caught at 4 o'clocf
this afternoon on the first level by a
cave in of ore and rock.
A mass piled up many feet high
There was a ftfrh man in the party
and he Just missed being walled up
Although he escaped t he was nn
without painful Injuries.
He reached the shaft almost la r
state of collapse and told wnat bid
happened.. In a (remarkably shot1
time, a score of miners were crowd
ing about to help the work of rescujj
The ftrsttt move was tiie driving
through of the big Iron pipe, whicn
gave air to the prisoners.
: Almost Instantly they began to lap
the pipe. There were answering taps
from the meutJi of the lervel and as
the rescuing parties of 10 to 12 Btru?
gled away hour after hour the tap
ping of the four men sept up ince3
The rescue work ts necessarily
slow, but confidence is expected tha'
the men will hold out. ' '
The EKba mine emiploys about 200
men when running full capacity.
DEATH OF THIRTY UEH
Duluth,, M rch ll.-rThirty men
were caught In a groat slide ot earth
at tho Norman mine near Virginia at
0 o'clock tonight.
The pit Is 125 feet deep and w?3
more than haU: filled by the ava.
lancho JhIch came wltlntot warnlnj
and extended 110 feet around where
the victims wcro entombed.
Tiere arq only four, knowtv wr
vlvors, a:i injured, three of them
fatally 04ui.tcd. Three bodies wee
reicovered by rescuers. ' Others ara
still Jn the debris. The dead, are fo
eigners. ' ,. . ; ..
News of the disaster caused a rusi
of sobbing women and children tc
the pit. .
Young Indy (coming In with part
ner -from room where progressive
whist is belug played) "Dh, mammy,
I've captured the 'booby.' " Mother
"Well, my dear daughter, come and
kiss me, both of you.' Scraps.
1 First Run Feature!
WAS GUEST OF
lOL. ROOSEVELT SPENDS BUSY
FIVE HOURS IN CRESCENT
CITY MACE ADDRESS AND
POWDER mil PAT
Promised to Rebuild Town of Pleat
ant Prtairie Plans to Rebuild
Plant to be Resisted.
Pleasant Prairie, Wis., March 11.
The Dupont Powder Company offi
dais and directors after an all d.iy
meeting, tonight promised to rebutU'
the village and to pay every cent ol
actual loss sustained by any perjon
as the result of the explosion Thurs
: Three more deatns, caused indj:
rectly by the explosion, were recoid
The company plans to rebuild a
least a portion ol the mill at once
The plans' to rebuild will be resists 1
by the residents. '
New Orleans, March 1 1. Theodore
looscvclt was the great of New Or
eans tonight and the city outdid it
self to make him welcome.
The colonel rode Into tho city from
Jackson on a brilliantly decorated
spoclal train. He spent five tiours In
this city, leaving at 11 o'clock tonight
for Houston, Texas.
He went at once to bis hotel on his
arrival and was then hurried to the
French opera house, where h!a ad
dress was delivered. Immediately
after the meeting he attended a ban-
Tuet In his honor and then hurried
to the train.
On the trip from Jackson to this
city Col. RMevelt w, foncedi to
make talks from the rear platform of
TRIED TO WRECK TRAIN.
Holt, Mg., March 11 Caught In the
act of placing two heavy crowbars
on the track of tho Chicago, 'Burling
ton and Qulncy railroad near hero to
night Roscoe Townsenit, rrghtecn
years old, was arrested after a short
chase in which several shots were
fired at the fleeing youth. After being
arrested Townsend said' he had In
tended' to wreck a passenger train,
Mrs! Run Pathe
"A lonely Little Girr
Billy Crinley &
Hit ol Nonsense.
ILLUSTRATED SONG BY
Two Shows Nightly
7130 and 8:45
One Matinee Dally and two
on Satnrday and Snnday.
Adults, .... 10c
Children una 8 5c
Alexander County National Bank x
Capital $100,000. Surplus $100,OOC
Alexander County Savings Bank
Capital $50,000, Surplus $50,000.
Combined Capital and Surplus $300,000
E. A, Budar, President. Charle. Fcuchter, VlcePretld.nl,
C. O. Ptlr, Vice Pre.ld.nt
J. H. Galllgan, CMer, Frank Spencer, Ant Ct.hl.r.
E. A. Buder, rhoe. Boyd, Charles Feuchter,
J. H. Gallgan, Wm. Kluge, D. 8. Laneden,
C. V Neff, George Pareona, CO. Pa tier,
N. B. Thlrtlewood,
, INTEREST PAID ON TIME OEPOSITS.
Prompt Attention to all Banking Matter Entroated to ua.
Rooms $1 to 2.50 per week. Ill Oaf
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