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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SkTURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 105
THE CAIRO BULLETIN fcpund t the Clrt Pottofflo for tnunmlnioii Uruogh tb mailt M wooiid-cia nis. CHRONOLOGICAL Jan. H In History. J SJ General Hugh Judsnn Kllpatrick. noted Federal cavalry leader, born at Deokprton, N. J.; died in South Amer ica ISst. UU-Attempt of Orlnl, Plerrl. Rudla and Gfimea to blow up tha Kmperor Ixmls Napoleon and the Kmpreaa Eugenie with bombs. The bombs, filled with detonating powder and armed with j several percussion caps, were thrown . under a carriage conveying the em i peror and empress to the opera. The i first bomb did not touch the carriage j nor H occupants, the second ovar ' threw one of the horses, and the third ' exploded underneath the vehicle. ' ' smashing parts of it in pieces, killing a horse an'd wounding the driver. The occupants of the coupe were unharm ed UK Randolph Rogers. American tvulptor. died Jn Rome; born 1826. Cardinal Henry Edward Manning, distinguished KngHsh prelate, died In London; born ISM. Nubar Pasha, noted Egyptian states man, died in Paris. Cairo Opera House D. L WILLIAMSON, Mir. One Night Only . . . Monday, January 16th " That Sterling ' . . , Four-Act Melo Drama Y-- A Ruined Life With s Splendid Cast Dot Ilalcot, Paul Harrison AnuaTice Margaret Ollie Cooke Halton Powell P. T. Daggan Ed Lyon George Mortimer Prices-25,: SO, 75c Seats on sale at the box office Saturday, Jan. 14th at 8:30. ONE NIGHT ONLY Friday, Jan. 20 The Most Powerful Melodrama of the day. Id Five Acta, Depleting Love, Patboi Bate and Passion THE CONVICT'S DGIIT&R A heart story pare in thought, aoiion aod language. A won derful play. A strong rat em bellished by the moil beautiful and startling scenic effects. SEC The escape on the moving freight train The beautiful southern home The unique character, Weary Willis The bobo hero PRI0E9 25.Mand75c. Brats on le at the box efflus Thursday, January l ti:30. WOODMEN INSTALLED OFFICERS LAST NIGHT INITIATE EIGHT NEW MEMBERS ; INTO MYSTERIES OF WOOD J . CRAFT AFTER WHICH 'l LUNCHEON WAS SERVED. Officers for the ensuing term were installed last night ly Sycamore camp of the Woodmen of the Wbrld. Deputy Julitig Lut-ser conducting the ceremonies. . Eight members were Initiated into the lodge and after the work, vhm con eluded luncheon wa served by Cater er Charles F. Art er. Following were the officers Instal led Consul commander L. S. Porter. J Advisor lieutenant C. E. Mason. Clerk T. J. McCarthy. Banker J. T. Moreland. Physician R E. Clancy. Watchman H. Salzner. Sentry O. E. McKeaig. Managers J. S. Johnson, H. Baird M. Reisman. SENATE CONFIRMATIONS. Washington. - Jan. 13. The senate today confirmed: James D. Yoemans Iowa, interstate commerce commis hlon; Da .vM E.- Thompson of Nebras ka, ambassador to Bra7.il; Albert H. Kullmen, postmaster, Dysart, fowa. FRED D. NELL1S, Commercial Avci : a Big Muddy Coal, Anthracite Coal, Gas House Coke, Carterville Coal, Sreen Gravel Lump and Nut. SOTH PHONES. uNea And itecioENcc, NO 324. .fc .Jf, - -A . -ft PURELY PERSONAL Mr. Ben Michael Is in Paducah on business. Mr. aud Mrs. John S. Aisthorpe left fur Chicago last night. Mrs. Hallie Hill and children have returned to Jackson, Tenn., to reside. Miss Alice Wenger Is visiting her brother, Mr. Joseph Wenger, in Chi cago. Mr. O. T. Smith is confined to St. Mary's infirmary, threatened with pneumonia. Mr. W, F. Simon and family have returned from Springfield, where they visited relatives. Postmaster Sidney B. Miller, who has returned from Elco at the bed side of hia sick mother, reports her Improving. Rev. Frank Weiland is spending the day in Anna. He will re urn to fill his pulpit at the Christian church tomorrow as usual. Miss Martha Halliday will arrive tonight from Buffalo, X. V., Loui3 ville, Ky., and Bradford, Pa., where she has been visiting. Misses Willie Miller and Willie Can have returned to their home, Mayfleld. Ky., after visiting Mrs. Martha Howe of Sixth street several days. Mr. R. L. Redman and Mr. J. B. Me see left for Montrose. Colo, where the former's brother, Mr. William Red man, i very ill and for whom there Is ismall hope of recovery. Mail Carrier Casper Yost is suffer ing from a sprained ankle which he sustained by slipping on the ice dur ing the performance of his duties. He will be laid up for some time. Mr. S. L. Shirley, for the past four years local soliciting freight and pas senger agent for the Iron Mountain has resigned and will go to Galves ton, Texas, for his health. Mr. E. B. Johns of the Illinois Central freight office, succeeds Mr. Shirley. , HEADQUARTERS WILL BE MOVED TO CAIRO POLK CANNING COMPANY WILL ESTABLISH A BUSINESS IN CAIRO AND SHIP FROM THIS POINT. According to Mr. R. B. Polk, vice president and secretary of the J. T. Polk Canning company of Greenwood, Ind., one of the largest concerns of the kind Jn this section of the coun try, the company has decided to move its headquarters to Cairo. Mr. Polls was in Cairo yesterday and he said the unexcelled shipping facilities and b VlQlKygricultttmi 'wsieyj'trtter. riMtnltiitf 'tha iclty. .attracted, the. tym pany's attention to Calro( VanH VtHqj will interest the farmers of Iftinbi. Missouri and Kentucky in groH'in?; corn, tomatoes, peas, beans, '. e(c, which t'uey will purtliase at 'reason able prices in large quantities. ' The Polk comiwtvy has factArie. at Mound City, III., and Wtckliffe,' Ky. They expect to establish ono" here and others at surrounding points. with Cairo as headquarters , Mr. Polk left for Mound City yes terday where he will address a meetr Ing of Pulaski and -Alexander county farmers today. Since the' establish ment of the factory, in 'Mound Ctty the farmers of the surrounding ;terri tory have engaged extensively In growing th3 products use-d- by) that company and have greatly 'benefited thereby. T ' The J. T. Polk company. ,plan! at Greenwood, is one of the Ja'rce.st canning factories in Indiana. ' nir-l ing the busy season last year the fac tory broke ail canning records by putting up and shipping 7 car loads of canned peas for seven consecutive days. The corn and tomato ship ments were in proportion. Mr. Polk will return from Mound City tonight and will spend several days in looking over the territory surrounding Cairo. He is accompanied by Mr. Harry McCarthy, general manager. M. J. R. Gentry of the sales department.. Mr. S. S. Kox manager of the Mound City plant, and Mr. H. H. McCoy, also of the sales department. DR. IRVINE DECLARES IT DOESNT END THE FIGHT. 8y the Associated Press. Philadelphia, Pa.. Jan. 1::. When Dr. Irvine was informed tonight that the board of inquiry had decided u did not have connnical authority to take tiji his charges against Bishop Talbot, he said the action of the board did not end the fisht. What presenters would do, he said, he was not prepared to say. His friends, he added, would meet in a few days to decide what course to pursue. CENERAL LOCAL NEWS A baby girl arrived yesterday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Leach, (H7 Washington avenue. By referring to Forecaster Smyth's river forecasts iu another column it will be found that the Mississippi is expected to freexe over at Cairo in a few boms. Conductors I!. A. Childress aud S. P, Caunady are conductors on the Big Four local freight run out of Cairo since the change of time. The genial conductors run to Harrisburg and re 'urn. The subject of Rev. Frank Wet land's sermons at the Christian church tomorrow will be "Christiani ty Not Without Cost," in the morning and in the evening, "The Crucifixion of Christ." At a meeting of the stockholders of the Citizen company Thursday night the following board of directors was chosen: Win, S. Dewey. W. II. Wood, Sidney II. .Miller, Wnt. X. lh.il ler aud John C. Fisher It is said that the newspaper fight over at Carbondale has grown so warm that one of the editors resign ed bis membership in the church, be cause at Christinas time the chair sang: "Hark! the Herald, sing." lied Bud Pilgrim. angels Application has been madi to the I secretary of s ate to change the naniej of the Marx White Drv Goods com pany to that of Marx-Denition Dry! Goods company. Mr. Samuel White! withdrew from the firm several j months ago. Mr. Leon Donison, now j assistant manager, leaves for New t York today to purchase goods for the ' company. The sermon subject at the Calvary llaptist church tomorrow morning will be "The New Better Thau the Old." This is to be the first of a se ries of Sunday morning addresses on the epistle to the Hebrews. The snb jec in the evening will be "The Isr Sheep." This is to be the first of a series of Sunday evening .addresses on the fifteenth chapter of Luke's gospel. Lee McCormick and Ed Iivett. twu white boys aged about IS years, were arrested yesterday by Chief Price and Officer Nichols charged with stealing oil barrels from the Haynes boat store on Ohio street and disposing of hem to the Standard Oil company. McCormick recently completed a term In the state reformatory and has Ven home from that institution but a month. Dr. A, A. Bondurant and Dr. S. IJ Cary, a commission appointed to in luire Into the sanity of George W. Sander, son of Mr. H. Sander of 611 Commercial avenue, reported yester lay that the patient Is insane and recommended that he be sent to the fllipols'Southem hospital at Anna for esgf Aie and flils(c'onditl(u s rjue ': tmiTw of ,th'.'jra'u. He. (s- mar. .-,";. 'At a meeting of ine. dirtdor ot v Weber Dry Goods 'cNst-pan.1-, last Wed uesday niglt the fojlowing tiffieVrs were .elected: Pi'esldent, Herman Weber; vice president, T. J. Kerth; secretary-and' treasurer,, ft. A. Cun ningham. These officer are all 'mem bers of the .hoard of'direetors and the other directors, P. H. Smyth. W. S. ik-wey, Jatm ChenJ-yC; A: Petit. ,W y. yilboiim niG. A iSwolioda. ", 'HOTTMAN tOUNp GUILTY. . Of Fientksh tyurder of Clarence Mey er, rvncxerwiTe neipea to Kill ' Him'. By the Associated 'ress. ', . Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. M. After deliberating six niinntex th jury to ifgit s convicted Frank . Ilottman tried for complicity in'the Killing of Clareuye Meyers, a prin er, at, the l latterV home in this' city May 10 j last. Mrs, Sadie Meyers, widow; of j. tho mnrder.i "bum. U in jail await j ing trial for. I fit Mine crime. Holt- j man was convicted upon his own j confession. In .confession he said he wa admitted to Meyer's res idence late a night ') Mrs. Meyers and, armed with a billiard cue,' went j to the lx d where Meyers was (deep, i ing and at ruck the prostrate man on! the head. Meyers JumpciJ np and j fought his assailant and as,he. rail-j ed to his w ife for aid she rf-sisted j Ilottman. Ho tman said li''heldi Myrrs while Mrs. Meyers sravbed j the helpless man with a raor anrfaf terwards jabbed him in the back re i peatcdly with a pair ef scissors. ' TAX VALUATIONS OF RAILROADS REDUCED. By the Associated Press. IVtroit, Mich., Jan. 1:5. Snte tat; commission today announced the val- tia'ion :t Michigan railroads proper ' ties cut from $ J-2.Hm'i.oo;i for VMr.', ;ri( J2o8,420.imio for l!('l. i Expres-s company pruperii s in i creased $24.2t0. aud car companies increased $l77.oti. Total a-sessd j valuation of general properties of th state $1,".2!.!'t;r,::."i't. a decrease of IT.nsfi.nsg from 13in. Ileductions In valuation are prin cipally on the Michigan Central and Pere Marquette Hues. ! NEWS OF THE RIVERS Dancer -station cnange STATIONS line feet of water 11.0 10.8 10.8 13. 7 0.4 H.9 U 1.3 in 24 hours Pittsburg . Davis I. Dam . Parkersburg . Cincinnati . . . Louisville . . , Evansville . . . 8.4 rise .l rise 3.8 rise: ,'!ti .10 28 33 '55 10 15 40 ( ni Hi 25 21 4 45 21 30 " 28 :;4 ;;; 45 it; l.t) rise o.ft rise 0.9 ris: 0.6 rise 1.2 rise Mt. Vernon . . Terre Haute (. Mt. Carmel . . Nashville . . . Chattanooga . Guntersville . Florence . . . . Riverton . . . . . Johnsonville . Paducah . . .. Cairo Kansas City . . St. Ixmis . . . . Chester Cape Girardeau New Madrid . Memphis . . . . Fort Smith . . V icksburg . New Orleans . Frozen 10.U 4 rise 4St rise 2.5 rise 9.7 rise 4.7 rise j 5.4 rise j 1.3 rise i 1.1 rise j 0.2 rise j 0.2 fall j 1.5 rise 0.8 fall' 1.2 rise! 12.6 11.2 lti.5 12.4 6.4 1.3 3.6 5.4 10.1 7.1 2.5 9.8 0." fall 0.6 rise 0.0 4.8 0.1 rise : :5, 1!)01. S.O. I Stage at Cairo Jan. 1 i is suddenly by a message annotate River Forecasts. ; .1S le w,rlous iiness t,f a faithful The Ohio From Evansville to Ca -j (Ujuu,slic who nas bwB in ,helr ser. ho, will continue rising during ihejv!tv for yoarl Mr 1IaI.ris returned next several days. i hj S( U)uis TuurS(ay aj Mr8. iJar. The Tennessee-From Guntersville j (.js Vt,nt ves(miay. to the mouth, will continue rising dur Tho eVtniinK A.as s,)ent with pro ing the next three days. .-revive euchre and music. At cards Th Mississippi From below St. Louis to Cairo, no material change during the next "6 hours, h is very probable that t!u Mississippi from St. Uuis to Cairo, will freeze over within the next 24 to :56 hours. Ice conditions Chester reports lee in river thinning out. Heavy float ing ice prevails In the Mississippi river from Cape Girardeau to Cairo. P. H. SMYTH, Local Forecaster. Stage At 4 p. m. Yesterday. The stage of the river at 4 p. m yesterday was 12.8, showing a rise of 1.1 In twenty-four hours. The Fowler continues to make her dally trip from Paducah and return Movements of the Boats. The Carrie V. arrived yesterday from below. She blew out a cylinder a few days ago and 'was forced ti make the trip to Cairo with one en gine. Tho ice detained her at Hick man, Ky., aboir thirty-six hours. River on Rampage. Cincinnati, Jan. 1.'!. The Licking river went on a rampage yesterday when the crest of a rapid rite reach ed "The Riffles" above Fredericks town and broke the ice gorge there. It came with a one-foot crest rise, bringing the heavy Ice off the farms above, but the precautions taken by tho: e having barges and property a float and on the edge of the stream at Covington and Newport saved the crafts tied up whor the river emp ties into the Ohio. The flood, ho--ever. dll little damage. , . The. Lee Line. ( "yhlfoivitJlif 'aiHtgttftees that tley will semi the Peters Lee tptm.of tills port .Sunday at rnxm for Cincinnati, weather ruuditlon.-t perm'fting. Ti'p Sun .wlll.be withdrawn froni the O.; K. trade an, I put back iir the Fulton trade, leaving here next Tuesday and making bi-weekly tri;;S thereafter, Tuesday and' Friday. This will leave the field to O. K., between the James Lee and the City of St. Joseph, as be fore putting the Sadie U-e and later :he Sun. in that run. The James Lee is scheduled for arrival tonight or to- morrow nxjniiiig from Cairo and to lettve Saturday at noon in the. same j run oji the return trip. The Georgia! I w ill be 'in tomorrow to, take the j place of the Peters Lee in the Ahport , frade Monday, according to the res-! en: plans of the Lee line Memphis ' Commercial-Appeal TWO WEErJS After She Married the New York Ed- itor the Indiarva Beauty Secured a Divorce. - i j Cvslien. lhd, Jan. XX Mm, Empia. Dailey. widow or Thomas A.Dailey, jhQ j former Goshen banker' who recently I went to New York CMy where she, married John Oilman Speed, one ' of , the editors of the Outlook, upon. M return from Europe two w-ks ago tonight wired relatives h-re that she had secured a divorce decree. ; Mrs. Speed was a beautiful society belle here when shewmarried I "albey. , w ho died in a dentist's chair . while having a tooth extracled. Since his j death" she has spent much time ; itj Wasiiinptun. I). C. and New York, moving in the highest social circle.-;.' Her tare beaury has attracted wide, atteniion. ' ' The (lews of the divorce, f.iikjwing so c losely upon 'he announcement of j her romantic marriage, has caused a urial fhock. - . f 4DG OF GOLD BURIED '. - . 30 YEARS AGO FOUND. liy fbe Associated Pre. Hamilton. ,()., .Jan. 13. Chare Smith.' a wealthy farmer of Union township, found a jug of go'd hidden by llyrum Seward before, his dea4h thirty year a-o. W.icn the chimn-.-y was thrown over the ju, containing $2.oiu in gold w as foimJl in one cor . iter. Seward was stricken with par alysis anil died without recovering sufficiently to tell Vhere ui gold was hidden. Ht Min searched for the money until his dra!h, lo yt-ars ago. but never found it. IN SOCIETY Matrons' Card Club. The Matrons' Card club will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. L). Carey, 018 Twenty-seventh street. ' . iqq5 Euchre Club. j Mrs. Otto Archibald of 52S Thirty I fifth street entertained the 1905 Hit j chre club at her home Thursday eve i ning. ! Prizes were won as follows: .Mrs. j Otto Archibald, ladies' prize; gentle 'men's and lone bund prize, Mr. ' George Fisher, i Refreshments were served, j Those present were Messrs. and Mesdames James McCormick, Frank I O'Uourke, Richard Jones, George J Fisher, Frank Johnson, Misses Mame Smith and Flora Fisher, Mr. Chester ! Archibald. Evening at Cards. Mr. and Mrs. John W. C. Fry en tertained a party of friends last eve- I ninS l their home on Tenth street. ' The affair was intended in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Harris of St. Ixmis who wvre guests at the Fry home, but who were called to St. Lou- ! the ladies' prize, a handsome plate, j was won by Mrs. R. D. Stapleton, the gentlemen's prize, a cup and saucer, by Mr. T. J. Kerth and the lone hand prize, a French gray statue, by Mr. R. D. Stapleton. Refreshments of ice cream, cake salted nuts, bon buns aud coffee were served. The guests were Messrs. and Mes dames T. J. Kerth, George Carnes Max Hyman. I). L. Marx, It. D. Sta pleton, Misses Eva Kerta and Louis Steinhottse. I WEE CHILD. Ran Quarter of a Mile and Saved Life of a Girl Who Fainted on Track. Frankfort, Ind., Jan. L5. Goldie Sheets, a seven-year-old girl, who goes to school at Moran near here, is a heroine in the eyes of the public for her rescue of Lizzie Deisinger, a voting woman also a student at the Moran school. On her way to school this morning. Miss Deisinger fainted and fell between the rails of the Van dalia railroad on a curve. She wa discovered by the little Sheets child, who could not move her from the track. The little one knew1 that a fast-pa senger train was due in a few min utes, and she ran one-fourth mile to Moran where she fell exhausted as she told her story. Men ran to the scene and dragged Miss Deisinger from the track with the train less than 100 feet away. HESTON WILL COACH DRAKE UNIVERSITY. By The Associated Press. Anu Arbor, Mich.; Janr 1.1. William N. Heston, the famous half back who was captain of the University .f Michigan football team until the close ,of the present season, has signed art agreement .to coach the eleven of Drake, university at Des Moines. In. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. By The Associated Press. ' New Orleans, La., ' Jan. 13. The -atioiiaI commission merchants al- jl)urnt,,j this afternoon. (jeo'rge P. Meade of liostun, was t,t,rte(i president. Milwaukee, Wis., cap tired the cou- Velltion. tvr next year. . ' "UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Stamped on food products is an ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE that they are pureuid wholesome. You get the absolute guarantee of the United States Government on all meals purchased at the , ST. L.OUIS STORE . ' and the best known brands in the United States. (We defy competition. Armour's Star the ham that am hams, per lb 11c 'Armour's Star breakfast bacon,' per lb ' 3Cc Armour's ' Iianquet breakfast liacon! per. lb. . . . l"c Armour's California hams, per . lb '"c Armour's salt side meats, per lb Sc Armour's bacon side meats, per lb c Armour's Star simon pure leaf' lard lard, per lb lc Armour's country kettlo rcn- . deredleaf lard. 3 pounds for. 2,'c Armour's White Cloud com- ; pound lard. 4 lbs for S.'c Armour's Light House soap, 3 bars for .....10c Armour's Industrial tar soap. 4 bars for 1.1c Armour's Flotilla floating bath soap, 4 bars .. .' l-"c Armour's wasliius powder, six , one-jonn-l packages p.1c A Complete - Line of Groceries, Fish aud Oysters at t SIP. LOUIS STO Phone Bell 1!4 Bed. S POLYGAMY IS DYING OUT DECLARES THAT ALL THE YOUNGER MEMBERSHIP IS OPPOSED TO IT NO NEED OF PROSECUTIONS. By the Associated Press. Washington, Jan. 13. Three wit nesses for the defense in the Smoot case today testified that polygamy is dying out in Utah so rapidly that there is no need of prosecutions. It was declared that the younger Mor mons are all opposed to polygamy and that if they thought it was being taught there would be a revolution in tho church. U was admitted tha Senator Smoot had to get. the consent of the church to become a candidate for senator, bir. only in the form of leave of absence from his church du ties, and it was declared he could have been nominated and elected without it. Home of the SilK Hat. Tho number of, silk hats made an nually in tho United Kingdom is about 12,000,000. IN DOUBT. Professor (showing exhibit) You see before you the head of a micro cephalic idiot. Voice from the Class Which one professor? tumt tittxit xtt ..f. DUiM I r-txo L &7 ' I YwW S ill 2 WRITTEN GUARANTEE FOR 10 YEARS. i vris im c i no. . PAftin Boston Painless Dentists. i? Cairo Phone 44. Cor. Ninth tret and Commercial Ave, Cairo, 111. t DR. C. P. fONES, OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS na err i diiccbi l fiMnittt j a . m. f n. w. t KELLY CRO'S. LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER ' SASH DOORS" MILL WORK Twentieth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo - - - - - - - Illinois Armour'a "Veribest" Canned Meata One pound can Toast beef. . . . .10c Two pound can roast beef 1.1c Ten pound can roast beef (50c One pound can lunch tongue. . .20c One pound can roast mutton. . .13c One pound can cooked corn beef ..- ..' .....10c One-half pound glass jar dried beef ...i.lOc Threw quarter pound glass Jar dried beef 13c One pound glass jar dried becf.2oc One pound can dried beef 20c One-half pound can English luncheon sausage .10c One-half pound can Vienna sausage .10c One-quar;er. pound can posted bam oC One-quarter p und can potted tongue ' Sc One pound can veal loaf 13c 'Onehaif pound can veal loaf... 10c One-half iound can Hamburg er loaf lc Onehaif pound can Hamburg er steak Two Delivery Wagona. THE WEATHER eeeeee4-- Weather Yesterday, Maximum temperature 21 degrees. Minimum temperature 17 degrees Temperature at 7 p. m. 18 degrees. Precipitation for twenty-four hours ending at 7 o'clock, 0.4 of an inch. Forecast For Today. Indicatkns for Cairo and vicinity today: Cold wave with brisk north to northwest winds. General Weather Conditions. The crest of the cold wave now overlies Nebraska, with the tempera ture ranging as low as 20 degrees be low zero at North Platte. Tho line of zero temperature extends from Lake Michigan southwesthvard through 'Davenpcrt and Kansas City to Okla homa, thence northwestward to ex treme western Montana. Through out Minnesota the Dakotas, Nebraska and western Kansas, the temperature ranges 10 degrees, or more, below zero. Within the last 156 hours preciplta t on has occurred in the middle At lantic states, extreme upper Ohio val ley, Tennessee, southern Illinois, throughout the gulf states, and In the north nnd middle Pacific slopes. Weather Forecas. Dy the Associated Press. Washington, Jan. 13. Following is the weather forecast for 'Illinois for the next 24 hours: Fair and continued cold. Saturday and Sunday; fresh northwest winds, becoming variable. Boat Made From a Pearl. A Jeweler in Turin has made a tiny boat of a single pearl. The hull Is finely shaped and might servo as a model for a racing sloop, the sail is of beaten gold, studded with diamonds t'nd the binnacle light Is a perfect ruby. An emerald serves as its rud-' dor. and its stand is a slab of Ivory. Its weight is less than one ounce, and It is said to have cost f 5,000. Laws More Lenient. Less than a hundred years ago tho human race had about 100 different of fenses which were punishable by death. This number has decreased to possibly three, or less. In civilized countries. Treason does not usually biing death as its punishment except when tho nation Is actually engaged In war. f e tit f t itiz ittitttt tut Del LAY g Gold Crowns 22 K. - $4.00 S Set of Teeth New double suction 5.00 S Silver Fillings, - - .50 Bridge work per tooth - 4.00 , Metal-lined Set of Teeth - 8.00 5 vr i v uwi-rr pmi-Tir.r only WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. . PAINTS ' RUBBER OILS WEATHER STRIPS GLASS RUBBIvROID HARDWARE ROOFING Hi INSPECTED" Oneialf pound can Chili Con ' Carne 10c . FRESH MEATS. CHICAGO DRESSED BEEF, VEAL MUTTON AND PORK. Armour's Devonshire farm pau- sagt;, per lb ...13c Fine fatt table beef, per lb 5c Chuck steaks, per lb . 7c Round steaks, 3 lbs for 23c Iin sfeaks, per lb .....10c Choice rib roast beef, per lb. .84c Veal steaks, per lb....' :12',$c Veal roast, per lb .10c' Veal chops, per lb 10c Veal stews; per lb 8c Mutton steak or chops, ptr lb. 10c Mutton mart, 'per lb 9c Mutton stew, per lb 8c l'ork chops loin, per lb 10c Pork steak, 3 lbs for 23c Pork roast. loin per lb I0c Pork roast butts 3 lbs for... 23c Pork sausage, 3 ibs for 2.1c Fresh spare ribs, :; lbs for 23c Els-in butter IluHernnt brand per lb 3;c 1 Corresponding Low Prices T. J. Williams, 2700 Commercial Avenue, m JW "Ui WPf 9.