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THE CAIRO BULLhTiN, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY i, 104.
SOME STORIES OF CHILDK' HOI Itow Poor Little Cairo tiiri s Now a Millionaire's Daughter. THE WORK OF RESCUING CHlLUftEN FROM DISTRESSING CIRCUMSTANCES AND GET TING HOMES FOR THEM. The C'hiliiivn s AM ami Huriio Vhn lug assiiciaiinti of this city, altaousf) . siahlinlieil only a few years a no ha: uxwoaapiifttteil a hay. (auouol i won ttertofly good ori; aj&ac li was ot ill BMlHittg iKrni':; tot Ml poor unfortunate chiMp-n ami i:t res cilnR them litini faraWes of lli-reputi ;iinl mivt iiy. Our iiistamv thai Nfji Rcrv t show i lie result ot tlti' ;:ii(nl v,.rk is the storj in a small i ;i t fill who waa taker titan a iini-i ttlufcpntahl i recor) in t'ai Ik. wh'r il t-he Jiail r iiiuliH il ;!ie wiwld hate no doiiM grows u live i Ma el Khamc and tttagraeo . wtl takM by tike society and bob) to rhicaRi). Now tnta little alrl who r.bout live yearr, old is the only heir to the lama estate or a well known iimi pfoaB fows millionaire ami in v. ii'i of that place who adopted her Kin after she was sent here, How the Utile CalWi girl aecared (Utah a good hone Is due 10 a happy aectdflM lTiK)n her arrive! in Chicago, in ehHfN f Stale Worker J. Fields, : lie was teal by one nf. the employees of the as:;oeial ion to (no house of a v.ell-to-du s 11 r tin i' : ) resident, who nad applied at the borne lor a baby glH, The man who waa sen1, with i lie iiereiou.s charge Baade a mistake and Instead of leaving the bahj al the place he was lolil. lie took It to a In-own stone house and left it there v, ith the family who were so well pleased Willi the look.; oi Ihe child that they sinned the receipt tt.r her Od the man returned !. the city. Later it was discovered thai a mis take had bees made and an a! tempi was made to correct it. The million- I aire, however, refused to give up the child and she has remained with them ei. r itnce. Only a few un nih ago a poor little crippled pir! was taken to the hoaie ' by ofricers of the association, ii .vas not ;:ntil the child h.nl been there several days was it learned the she WM a cripple ii 'estimation showed that the parents of the child had im Mediately Iiomjii uLuMUf; and in fact despising h r from the monient ii became known she was defb rased, The ehilii was given every attention possible ami was finally operated on and was cure I. Later the child was adopted by a well-to-do family and is living happily with them James Byron Dale, whose i'atehr died a few years ago in the Union sta tion, and who was taken in by the Children's Hume Finding association, 'lie adopted sou of a prosper- shop in this city, was taken by the association and is now in a good home In the central part of the state. Nellie, a little girl whose ntoiher died ar 3t. Mary's Infirmary a few to Chicago wn re she was adopted by a wealth) baakei and stock broker. Perhaps the most iafcei'estiaK eise thai has ever come ender the obaervn .'ion of the association is that of Julia Uruucu. who la now the adopted daughter ot a well-to-do German fami ly in a town not far from Cairo. The child's mother, who was bOTO and raised in r. south-east Missouri logging canm and eloped some years ago with the engineer of the camp. The couple went south where he se cured a position as engineer on a ratall boat engaged in the towing oi logs out of the small streams into the Mississippi. She acted as fireman Da the boat and the twu worked indns- Hff IuJhI HBaTjl SCENE AT THE CHRISTMAS TREE. SOME OF THE MANY CHILDREN MADE HAPPY CHRISTMAS BY THE BULLETIN'S DINNER A ND CHRISTMAS TREE TO THE POOR CHILDREN OF CAIRO. on . ( of thl The a hOtti asaocl rai.iih of tin Voice Ins h nuan lanuiy in tne cmira id ate. two BiSten wh:i were til:, a boat, a few years ago, b it ten i were later atjcptsd in Cliicago. Tiie youugi trioualy for several months. The little girl was born on that boat and the next day the husband deserted his wile and her small baby. The woman as soon as she recovered swore vengeance against the man ered thai she had lust ail her money. She was :net on the CHita levee By" Justice Joseph Sieagakv who learning of her mistortuin s made good her toss and sent the woman to a hotel Later she tnrned the baby over to Mr. M Luterday for the children's home and .wave up her child to continue the search for her unfaithful husband. Whether the two have ever met of cither of t Ileal since the day she left Cairo. ttapefl Ray, a bright little boy 6 years of age wa taken in charge only a few years ago by the association. The little lad had been living with his father la a camp across the river from Cairo in Kentucky, lint when the latter was taken suddenly ill and died oine farmers brought him to Cairo and tnrned him over to the authori ties The child was late given to his grandmother who lived a few miles from Cairo and when she died ihortly afterwards he was sent ha (he association to a family in Central llinois. It hapened that the child's mother, who lived in Dea Moines la., read in i paper of the death of the Child's grandmother ami came here to look for her son. She was referred to Mr. K. A. Rast , rday of the association, to whom she told a most interesting story of how she and her husband had separated and how the former had abducted the liihl and taken him and kept him in i he wood.-, how she had hunted all iver the country fur her child and how he finally read of her former hus bands death in a paper and had come to reclaim her child. The boy wh was then eight years Id was taken from his new parents md restored to his happy mother. The records of ihe association are tilled with many just such interesting stoiies. all of which go to show that that Hi work is doing unspeakable irooil in Cairo and in different parts if the country N.u a week passes hut what the Cairo members of the association are called upon to take some DOOr child who has beeen mis treated, deserted or wuuld grow up in their present surrounding with a cloud MUCH P i ter.'d ill the coal fleets were relieved of their anxiety. IVtween Uinl-ville ami Madison the! i Concluded from twelfth page.) AiUa ; i hargpa a'.th i!i'e.tiBtfc ICE ABOVE CIO Eirw, Sill.t l Hansom o'Nfal and Cho Tr.niali ir. imi at 'Ant.Miiii. Ki:m.i lie. is broken, and floating. The river i -" Tenia- m-tr,- m.rn.a at najfc 1 r-ar ,i ur far.- it.-irai . atfHF is filled wilb ice. but as long as this t)i:r I is borne slowly alone by the current " ' . , ''j'..', I',,1. as it has been, there is little danger ,k t? . iht Oliiu ai QaKhOMti. of it damaginh the Heseti at the Pump ' kin Patch. , "The coal laden craft at this point Worst Uorge on Record Jams mtm , s.. sbotK ,,,,, ,a,.s lonu NatwaHy it would mut- an Im mense ainoiini of i'e on a swift cur rent to destroy- all thest barges. Bannering :,.( ;.oo. serureiy tied with cables, guarded by several pow erful steamers, which batter the ice. and al . i t.y a number of men. who endeavor, with poles, to keen it rem f reeling about the edges of the fleet NO FEARS FELT HERE 3UT GREAT DAMAGE IS CER TAIN WHEN THE BRF.AK OCCURS COAL FLEETS TO ESCAPE. DR. MORCAN MAY ACCEPT floating ice. while I are reported at s Locally ther lor tlie second tune during tne ; present, month the Ohio river, from Cairo to Pittsburg, is full of heavy. dangerous gorge i vera) points above no danger of anv i damage and there is none at any : points between here and Padncah ; where the only inconvenience beina experienced is the almost total stop page between Padncah ami landings mi the other side of Smith land. Pears are felt, however, of heavy losses at a number of points not so well situat ed as a winter harbor. The river above and below Cincin Inatl for many miles is frozen solidly into an interlacery of bergs, ice drips (and solid blocks. Not since the flood loi !N1. when milllions of property ; were hist, has the upper Ohio river j presented so serious an aspect to ship ping anil the numberless enterprises along its banks as it does today Captain .1 R. Ware, of Cincinnati, in a telegram is quoted as saying: "In forty years' experience. 1 have never seen anything like this on the ohio, mill when tin His Declination cf the Office cf Bish op Coadjutor of Springfield Not Positive. The laving Church, one of the lead ing eclesttaattc journals of the United States ami devoted to the intersts of ihe Episcopal church in America, has the following to say about Dr. George ilrinley Morgan, elected bishop-coad juator of the diocese of Springfield about one month ago "A report was printed last week in Eastern papers to the effect that the Rev. Ceorge Btinley Morgan, 1 D., had declined his election as hishop coadjuator of Springfield A special dispatch from the latter city to Tin Living Chnrcii states that the report ! tir .-: Oi e ---(T ''laSiurJ Mar. nr., Thoir.a ir.egrei. r.tar far 'h ('.!! : lor aosrstng IK-yr.-feid lr pt 6-Jor.n Turner co! -.r-iti. ! Warfn", U n . aii-ii.e J - a:i.l !i. w : i r .it..t' 1." 'I" -in i .in- i) at jo . ir: ' ;or kUiir.1 ,H!ift m.... - t: ' i u.:: m vri i ll.i.o:is t:.' rT Mif ; aaainailM f W H Lt-gK Ji .Mm-- Ha .-: nniiro d3p.iaui, t I 'oriir h. Mil's. , for ?l.uoili. a: ifeJel ut i- ..Anioa Randall lanitu andDr K in i. Ir ami Henri (Pjldtn tnfroi a; Mu l-rr. K ,t muritfr of wrdl man Ji : . t i ' na'.r iiar). at OrteevUf M : ati.mpii-u erimlna! asaaall. -K. H. tt'i a i insgro), a: Bs;.v : i. Ui tor ahuottns Supi. oi SVhoo'.J Hrrtai ' ! fian I av u-olorrdi, near Pert Vai- lev. ;a . munlei ot f C, WlnaWW... Klvi i .-sr. y t -r Tolfat, M!.: fvi t aotlna Mi rraf:. lien Writ,- u.sro). at Wi,mlnt:on lit i.; m.irdfr of H!n Bishop, jl i Iniis (oo orcil). a! Kik VallaT,- Ter.r ; tor astiiUiii-t It-) r.-o!d gtrl, i, i. nit K-olored). noar ajSpnt i Laie!in-, I .a : murder UarAHSilc, i . i !i Mi K i n ri - aud Wlly ( ngro-i. hi ov, n, (ia., 'or niurdar ut K. .- But aid. J 'i i tt Kircd (negro), at nrlaieat, S i ..I'hiis K .in-- icolord), at Norway, mriTfr o! J l.. Ph, . ti o i rroriyd b awh that la'oki into in : ttnrh negro, (lay. ono rs out muhUL i s ,. i - k: ..t anj a Injured in i .i i I'M Ii ami mob whrn 1 '-"prali- aaajiult on Jail. : . .Mi v i i! -an.il. at fifanrconi 'I .. lor si.ikv .' s I"' ii'f-rtthn. tj -l l M ' I i co orfdl, at Danvliic, i . ii ur-li : Hr.rj 'alterman.. .Ji-r-iiIm SiipH ik.'KIisl-i iiar 8t.rvporr. i.ii . iiaiani wiih 110110111111 air'.. A''k i Jot. i MiiiiWn inegro praeher sad loii. i en i r, 1 1 on .in-iaW, klhd bv ahu. iHpi' i at l..w:burg. Tfnn Wn, Can ti (mgro) droWnvd ahll or- ti.js -I urm.d men of Bar.haU- n cour.iy. ind. Sep. i, Ta i in vn ted of comi le- ii in Daio i;i ii'd.) raci- rlota. ii ' i v . ir Da via troiord,at Marahaii T nuirder of Conttabl HaySSi (. K'l Mot'oliuni i.-oloivdi. at MsftaaB, Ark.; tor woiinilinit efflcar. negroi. t WickUtS, Ky ci'Liigio win. Miuoui.g none ou. is incorrect, and that it i still hoped " i" "'raddock m.gio). ut Sttreec that l)r Morgan will see his way ti 3 Prank Andfrson iwMtc) and Hr,ry Ju'nnsoi sro) ki.lt-U during rac riot a; Lake VI ig. Ark. i Sani Adam." u.fijio). at Past Christian, u , asaa itlng vi.r ui prominent utt- . rga, S. two has develojfe i a otoaderful who had left her when she most need-; ed him. and started with her babe in I her arms to find him. Having been employed on the boat) it vas no trouble to work her way up thi Mis: laatppl to Cairo. lieu she reached hero sell discov- I and her foster parents are er trained for a carat t, on which promises to he a f is Biacki the young son man who formerly i.ept a Hitler l'a- tht tan Booka. Qot, Penny packer of Pennsylvania was, before his election, a judge in the Philadelphia courts. a rating of his in a certain case was once disputed by a wrongheaded young lawyer, who said, when the judge re mained firm against all his argu ments: "Well. sir. if that's law I'll go hump and burn my hooks." "Hadn't you better," said the judge "go home and reLid them?" -N. Y. Tribune. accept. The city of Cairo is the second city In size in the diocese of Springfield and parishioners of the Church of tin Redeemer are much interested in the possibility of an assistant to Bishop Seymour a letter recently received ice breaks up it ; fl.(im ,m. HU,,V confirm" the statement will be tfa most siious thing that v-; ,,. ,a illr UvillR nWTh umi IUj ! state4. win b the most serious thaug that ev si,,tu, urobabiiity of Or Mor i A countrywoman remarked to rher er happened . ns." acceptance of the Position neighbor dunng u conversation on their At Louisville the peril is not so ,. . .... . , , I return Hunt market: l tow is it. Man . acute, I he Louisville Post said I ' The dang, r to destruction to a part tf the big coal Heel at the Pump kin Patch, which was thought yester day to baa possibility, has paused for Mtss gharnfl (examining In H'ml Sarah; it's the 'come hither' in your the present. i) ol, , ; like if ' 1 1 ' N. Y. Tribune. "Last night the ice, which came "Oh. yes, but you know the old super from the breaking of the gorge a, Htltlon, I'm afraid it will brtB me bad QraSRV Plats. RtBhtiWri miles I rum the luck.' city, passed harmlessly over the fall anil I hose v. iiose interests were cell which he has been elected. Ill,,- Bcaotl I Ike. Miss latS Sent It'l an opal ring Mr. Cbeapley lavs me, lorn l'"H't' im-sro). near St. I .. lor aMsualiiK wni-.r woman. :' i i t,, I a, Wa... r Carter and CtM T! on.. i- ni-:Rnws) i eai It-ii.-her. IjS. : for hooting Kooeri Adgtr. D L- Ja ka (vi Ion !), near Tam pa, Klu : attempted asaauit. that you have been married four times, ami I've never been marrJjsd at all, and I'm much handsomer than you?" "Aye. to he sure," returned Mary, "bui it ain't baadsomeness that dots it. o Joke, When Is a joke not a joke? i wouldn't worn This can't bring """" . " . , ''r v,, gnrthing won? than an Imltatioi 1 b!ln: H-P"voklng editor throws of bud Inch." Philadelphia PreM. it in the waste paper basket P S. This is no Joke. A lY SAVING OPPORTUNITY... Our EnormOifS Holiday business has left us with a vast array of broken lines and odd lots of highgrade Merchandise, such as Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Caps and Furnishings, and to clear them away promptly, we offer them at a great reduction from former prices. We promise entire satisfaction or vour money back. Men's Overcoats . . w Hand Worked Over Liv ing Models. Will !ook as well on yn as the man in the picture .... Retluclion Prices to 15.00 Made from best Woven I'.i brica, 12 to 50 iiit'lu-s loiii Many ti theae earnteitts sel Big Reduction IN Coprnghl 1901 Caaa. Wampold & C lot $18 to $20.00. Boy's Clothing.... Nothing Reserved. All Must Go 's Knee Pants Suits, two and three piece S2 to $S Bov'a K?rcoats Buy Stylish Clothes 011 jjet none but the latest models, il I you buy of us, and the bargains we offer cannot be dii I r surp asset). Men's Suits Hu 1 Til! f,ihy ck, WwmM 4 Ca. iii m imnaetiM! aelectioii ol pattern materials, Reduction Prices. $6.50 to $15.00. ij ci, Wii.p,u . c... Tii m $2.50 tO 6.00 Many of which sold for $18 to 20.00 Famous Clothing House, FRY & ROSSMAN, 7 02 - 704 Commercial Avenue CAIRO, ILLINOIS.