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THE CAIRO BUU3TIN, KONDAYllORNINO, OaTQ3ElV 28,4d07.
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CIRCULATION STATEMENT Average number pf complete and : perfect copies of The Cairo BuJ- letln printed dally and Sunday during the. year 190G ,2028 Average dumber of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bul letin printed dally and Sunday , during ' the month of Septem ber, 1907,; 2114 September Circulation. ..2107 ..2103 . . .2180 ...2100 ...2102 ...2102 ...2061 1. 2........ 1 ...,.... 5 ....... . 7.., 1 8 9.;.. ii). t . li..,. izX.: 13.... 14.... 15 .2080 .2144 .2138 ....2150 ....2160 ,...2150 .1.2150 ...2032 .;.2110 ;..2ioo ..,-2168 ...2108 ...2103 ...2105 , 2068 18 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. '. Biography '. Colonel Sir Henry Kdwurd MiChI- luui, who was appointed Governor of Ceylon hot ' lonx ago. was born ot Yeovil, October 28, 1852, and has had a remarkably varied ami distlngulsh- ed career.' He studied for the Brit ish army at tho Royal 'Military Acn- ddmy. at Woolwich and graduated (lorn that JnHtitutiou with the high- eat honors. In 1S75 he whs appoint ed private secretary to Sir William orvolse, governor of tho Straits set tlements, and,' after holding various other Important posts, he became governor and commander-in-chief at I Lagos, From 1888 to 1!01 he was I governor "of ' Newfoundland, and In the latter, year he, was apimlnted gov ernor of Natal. Sir Henry is noted as an all-around siortsman, being equally at home at cricket, fishing, shooting or golf. - o o4a-aa CAIRO AND THE COUNTY OVER FIFTY YEARS AGO. 23.... 24.... 25.... 26,... 27,... 28.... 29 30.... ......2115 2130 2108 ......2105 2176 .,..,.2090 ......2090 2094 The above is a correct statement of the number of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bulletin printed for the year 1906 and for the mouth of September, 1907. ''V.' ' CWDET SULLIVAN, 1 ' Business Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me this first day of October, 1907. ... I4EO KLEB, . . ' Notary public The Bulletin I on sals at the fol lowing places: Coleman's, 214 Eighth street. Halliday House News Stand. Walker's, 10llxthtrt Blue front Restaurant. ... ,.. "'- lJlljHJUS' IJ. J," ' ii " i i '".in iiii ' I' The state penate will probably dis pose of the new primary, law in tlnw to permit public atentlon to bo given entirely to Cairo's city council when it tackles the . railroad ordinances. Too cold without a furnace , and too warm to have It going that's Indian wimnfrr.' And some ona says It ' is 'called Indian summer becaimo the . Indian has a - habit of - taklti; back on way what he gives an othtr. . i . ., . . t .. The Cairo Commercial clubs recent ly. took action to. induce the ' Cotton Belt railroad company to run n train into Cairo In the morning or at Bonn hour early' in the day, and to leave in the evening, will have the approv- ai of Cairo business men. -. It Id agreed among them that there Is more bus iness, for Cairo In one Cotton Belt train than in half a dozen trains on any other road . that runs Into Cairo. OCTOBER " 28 tN HISTORY the Is- fn congress the Mexican treaty was being dlscused, Mr. Webster oppod ing its ratification. The , steamer Cambria made her last trip from Pittsburg to St. Louis in four days, and seven hours. . The Marshal Ney had just arrived at Cairo from New Orleans In four ami one-half days. The Delta published a hitter from Henry Clay, under date of April 10th, In which he decided to leave to th National convention to meet next June, the consideration of his name. General Zachary Taylor wrote to a Wend In Alabama that "I shall of fer no active opposition to the use of my name, in connection with this responsible office, as long as they continue to use it thus. Independent of party distinctions." The editor rcmarRs that a strong democrat would defeat Clay. Dr. T. C. Lind, formerly of Cin cftmati, "aadvertisos that he Is now located in Cairo. He would observve that "he has long practised in dis tricts of country-abounding in marsh miaastn., and therefore acquired a thorough practical knowledge of a'.l diceases to which such localities are sbjret , " via: Hepatites, Pieuritis, Pneumonia, Erysipelis, Scrofula, &c." General Taylor, the hero of the Mexican war, was overwhelmed with tetters of congratulation Jrom ai mirers an over the countrv wifh postage unpaid. "The expense lostage was actually eating into hi substance and might impoverish th idol of a grateful people." The editor complains of delays I the mail service. Mail bags for St Louis have been lying bn the whaarf boat for two weeks, the mall boat negiorttng -to -take them.. The local postmaster did his duty, and ha tried to get the 'mail agents to d theirs. 1 "families Supplied With Oysters, Says the Oysterman. "Families Supplied With Oysterettes, Says the Grocerman. And thus they join hands on , the good things of life. freirettres The oyster cracker with a taste to it, always crisp and fresh, in moisture-proof packages. I'. I 1 I ... I Ji IMPROVKl CtQTIlKSPlM. ; Cnntrlvanco for Hi;pKrtlng Articles on Clothesline. ' 'Among recent Inventions Is a 6V trice designed to supercede the pop ular clothes-pin. ' Thers Is little like lihood thai It will ever do o'r aa tb eoiiYnon wooden A clothes-pin hat proved Its usefalnees for so Ionic that It defies competition. 'NeveWhs- lestr this device for securing cloths to ths line , Is Interesting. It com prises 4 wooden strip having a long itudinal groove equaMn diameter t OFFICIAL CIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois.' Population 16,147. : Mayor, OEOR0H PAR8CN8. . 1 ' : Clerk, R. A. HATCHER. ' X ; Treasurer, THOMAS B. MAHONffr prty Attorney F. M. MOOIlffi. , s r CAmptroller, 8Ra5ST NOKDMA.K ifollce Magistrate, A. J. ROS3. ' Cnlef of Police, if. 8. EAOAN. M 3 NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ;!;(.-;; . ' '-v '"' ' v'-: " GRIPS ARTICLES. ' the clothes-line. The center of the Etrlp U slightly narrower than the I kfla .n n .1 n u 1 , . . ....o mm vaiuca a niovaDie ring. AS shown in the illustratioB the ends or the strip are placed over the ends Of the articles to be suspended for nrymg. The ring is then forced to either end, which cause the groove to ngmiy grip the line and thus noi4 the garments In place. Alexander Count v' Penulatlm County Clerk. JESSBJ EJ. , MILLER Circuit Clerk, LESS B. DAVIS. Bhertff, FRANK B. DAVIS. State's Attorney: ALBXAKmiiH WILSON. r; -, 4 .."..; t . Coroner, ; PR. JAMK3 McMANUB. County Superintendent ol 8chook. ntOP. JOHN SNTDBSBL '" ' ' Assessor and Treaaurer. FRBD IX KELLia. , . Board of County Commlsslonsro J. J. JETfNELLE, Chalrmsjs, ORQROB PARSONS. , , DR. EDWIN J. GAUSS. HOW THE TRAKJ8 RUN Corrected to August 20th, 1907, , MAIHI ABB A TKAiwa Dairaaf t. O. Pron Worth.. , In0S .... ft4T No S;St IB No 11 ....ll:0 m No 8 1:S0 p . No m .. 1:10 9 m No I.,.. ... S;!M p B fNo ' ao.-Si p a IDsoapt SliDdat- 1. 0. Christ North, No.. ..-.11:1s 1 No..w... .. list a NoS.u. .... 1; p a, Not.... k. 7:11 p a No M-. .... I :lt p m No .. sum m tNo M tm m tSicspt Bnnrtny HOl'SKHOLI) St GGKSTIOXS. visahle to limit the emigration to half that number. TESTING BULLS WITH AUTOS. How Mexican Learned Whether Ani mal Wss a Fighter. DELEGATE FROM JAP RESIDENTS OF SAN FRANCISCO INTERVIEWS FOREIGN MINISTER AT TO KYO SAYS THAT HONEST IMMIGRASTS ARE WELCOME ;i6si- S. 1638. -Algiers French! ; bombarded by 1492 Columbus landed on land of Cuba. 1583 Cornelius Jansen, founder of Jansenism, born. Did My i 10K10, Oct. 27. 6:30 p. m. A del- tlur egate from the Japanese residents of 1 San Francisco IntArviowa f.. 17nir.-. nun. .-.... . . .1 .... . - - - " """'e" v . riiiiiHieipuia cnarierea imnir;ier Mayyshi today and fully ex- . . .y lH,ara Penn- ' I plained the conditions' In that city. ...-iJ..hjub .umiroyea : Linn relative to the prejodice exlstin 7 luw- m vBJiac. jajTHinsi the Japanese. He polnte,! out ut-u.eo j:qnes uanion. rrencn mat thp filing for exclusion was , ,.u mlu. lrica sgainst nn.iesirahie inimi- M-rtru iiuni -j iij. I 1 cranfti alr.no .n.l . , ittc v, . ...... ' ' lual "fiiran em- 1776-Washington defeated by Gen- ploy,rs -welcomed honest Japanese era Howe at battle of White laborers. He requested on behalf of ts;-;": ..V .1 ' ltls "mitrlots. that the foreign .,,,. ,mTn, nrst Major- tlce permits emigration of 9oi) honest , 7, . Jn" vo'"ary rmlsrants monthly through flattie is.i I- ZtT: f J?T'1772- ' '"nJ Kan r"o.- Minister Hayshi 4U5 M j-oaauKe. Lou.joji.;repUcd thaat jit present it was ad -" ... - i SPECIAL GRAND GUESSING CONTEST THE DAILY BUIXKTIM. will 85v.. away Th-ee , tes tJcMs vfojlie Lincoln J. Caitct's Su erb . Scenic rtoductton The Heart ol Chicsi;o," at ih Opera Hms, One. 14ht, Thnrarly, O:tob.r 31 t To th one ttiessl . nettat iial atti n.l;incc to ltc "Hidden II mft" vt.lirr 26; "U d Aikai.M " Matiirc an-1 K gt Oct. bo First. Rrizi Second Piize. Third Prize. - Four Rox Seals Tliree P.ttqiicltc Sen Is Three Dress Circle Scats ShiMiwo gnj.i th- ut niimter i will Ixr divil d. Amwer by m.il to D. L Williamson, Mr Ope-n Hon That the automobile can be used with great success In determining the courage of young bulls Intended for the bull ring has been demonstrated by Pedro Fernandes Someilera on his Isidro hacienda in this state; The novel : experiment was made a few days ago with a 23-horsepo wer car, says a Guadalajara letter In the Mex ican Herald. On all haciendas where lighting bulls are raised the young animals are "tested" with a view to determining their v future fitness for tho bull ring.'' Those that prove their courage are marked and left to grow up Tor future contests. Up to this time the ' tests ' have been conducted by men on horseback, artned with pikes like picadors. But Mr. Somei lera, who Is an enthusiasic motorist, this year decided on an Innovation by Introducing the motor car In "place of the , horsemen.. Accordingly, after the young bulls had been herded Into a large corraf, the machine wss driven Into the inclostire. The occupants were armed with the usual pikes. The experiment proved an exefting suc cess. Several of, the young bulls charged the machine at mad speed, and It was only by clever driving that the car and its occupants were kept clear of the horns of the surprised and apparently Indignant animals. The bulls that attempted to mix with the automobile have been credited with -i-iiiwiiii Bravery, ana mev are WHERE WATER 13 COSTLY. Little of the Precious Fluid Is Wasted in Death Valley. The nearest water supply of which rWntfl Vollav Aamn rsA ' n Anally aaf, l3 w It A Md- ' j 2" VSf- KMtr ows nearlv 40 mtlen uir on fha edenccfl ' the night's induVence, TwentyuTe iailtXeJohnTy anl , i? -'-ness. - fwi.wuo ui iuc arum were frequenter oi ui somewhat eniiveneu locality to awaken in the morning somewhat disfigured. In that case. If the victim happened to be a man of business or the employe of a business establishment, be had no recourse bnt to the black-eye "artist." who dls- To cover the pan In 'which fish li rooking will make the flesh soft. Never mix a Fnmh drees nit until re.tdy to ust. The vinegar and oil will separate. To f revent pajfry - from burnlns set a pan of water in the oven while It is baking. Death valley, writes David Brandon In The World To-Day. Kelly's well, pre viously mentioned, provided better wa ter, but it bad to be hauled farther, much of the way up a heavy grade, and the tremendous dally strain on that oasis by the desert mule skin ners, freighters, left little to spare. Water had to be hauled lto eamp In barrels, therefore, on slxi eight, ten and twelve-team wagons, and the sup ply oij hand was always Woefully inad equate. At bestwater cost ten dol lars a barrel, generally $15; often tho j yi c nan uuo uunar ior uau a gaiion. and by no means Infrequently a glass ful required 50 cents. ' A'body snatcher," as the citizen of Death val ley is called, we were told, makes a basin of water go far. Part of it fills men high In financial or social life, whose rare outbreaks scarcely entitled them to be considered d,sipated. But whoever they were they received the test treatment the man with the brush and paint pot afforded. Manila Rob,V ' A Manila rope, properly , laid and juoricatea. is as strong, weight for wgni, as steer; that Is, a steel rod weighs about eight times as much as a manna rope of the same 'diameter, and has about eight" . times . the strength, the strengths blnf oronor tioned to the weishts.' When used ror transmission purposes li ha'hem found that a maniia rope on' Inch In Petroleum ointment stains are very obstinate ' and 'the best ' thing for them Is to soak in kerosene. A sponging with a solution of one part ammonfa'to ten parts of water Is said to brighten the colors of a faded carpet. ; I. O. From BouU No K4.... 1:17 m m No 0 g;it m No .... Il:&7 a ra No .... . t:4 p m No .... ..11:10 m No 44.. .. r:4S p ta PadnojJi L O. fitolnf SflaM- Wft !...... St W p No ).... J:M A No S:i i No .. I.-4I p F No8 . 4:M b t No a.. s a - ! No 41.. .... 6:00 P m Pan'aoab 1 M, O. From Norta NoI.. i 10 p m No 8...... l:M a m No... ii:;m p m If. Holog Norvh No ......: w ptm ' fa 4.. .... 1:1 , No ;M o-1 No. 1 1 4 p.m. M.U. From Booth No ln J OS b n No4 2:11 a m No 1:40 a m No a.... (To . No. 11 Week Pajn only W. O. flotot Soair No :JS p - . t: a ll:3pv .. s a. m Nig Fonr horn North No..M..ll:l a at Nol ):4A p bi Big four Koina- Nort j No l. S.IA a m ' No I-... t:im p m No. t and I Matty Oottoa Bait -'ton oaihwart No ... .. MM p m i Oottoa B!4. . Holaa SaatuvrMl Nn... liOS troa afonnUta . , , From Wait No 410:1 a H N0 4S4..., 1:30 pa . Iron MonnttlD ol , No 41- l-M m 9om. ..... t;0t diameter is equal to a double leafhor the coffee pot; the remainder, face ! Mt twtr Ive-eights , Inches in ' width. and hands having been washed In It . nar Tnree SMrh ropes are verv several times, suffices for the small laundry necessities and Is then given. to tbe burro to drink. fsldro hacienda by theli" future per formances m the bull ring. NOW THE PORCELAIN HOUSE. DIET THAT VARIES LITTLE. German Workmen Take - Man v "Snacks" During the Day. I was told at 8:30 It was time for luncheon, writes an American tin smith working In Leipzig. On stat- ouu iiibt are i u.. t j . .. ... expected to bring fame to the 8an I ! . . ??l.c".re 10 ea-ne tol(1 .uav , i. w.juih uo uener ii i qiq no work, so I sat down for half an hour and watched the others. At noon we had an hour and a half, and at four o'clock 15 minutes for lunch. It may be of Interest to some read ers to know what the German eats. ' For his first breskfast he generally has a milk roll and a cup of coffee. The second break fast is almost always a slice of bresd with lard or goose oil, a piece of sau- I sag or cheese and a bottle of beer. For dinner be has two slices of bread ss above, with a herring or large j gren . pickle, cheese or sausage and another bottle of beer.- For lunch an other bottle of beer and a milk roll. For supper soup and potatoes. This Is the general variety . of foods we had for the four months I worked in that shop, and they had It day In and day out nearly equal to an eight-Inch ' doable Beit, a two Inch ' rope, ' says Gas sier s Magazine, will transmit as much power as a ten-Inch leather belr, wmie me loss rroro stiffness and creep are estimated as only about one half with the rope what they are with me oeii. ' Proof. ; v "Is he Intelligent and well Informed?'' "Is he? tV'hy, he's been summoned nt a talesman a dozen times and never got on a Jury yet." .'. The; Bright Side. ' ; V Milch of one's happiness in life Te pond upon the way one looks at thingsl -"' ; If u are looking for th gtoomy thinyts you will te pretty sure to And thetir. .. ' nut you are looking for the bright things you will also be sure of finding them, ' , Try and see the best that is la neo- ple;;'. Every one has some aood onall. tis , you take the trouble to look for them. ' . There are .rorr.e unfortunates who persist In turning their worst aide to ward the world, and very often the temptation i great to just leave tbem alone.. " '. But we roust not do that for on every one of, us here rests a moral obligation to help our fellow beings all-we can. In finding good Qualities in them we are helping them to raise to a higher plane, both In their own and In the world's estimation. - Home Chat. Ntw Invention May Make It a Build ing Material Advantages. The nse'of porcelain lias long been known In China, but Is now likely to make Its appearance In western coun trlee. and we are assured that th rmr celata bouse Is one of the possibilities of tho near future. It Is made prac ticable by the Invention of a method of making large sheets of porcelain about an Inch thick, which' has the strength without the bulk of an ordinary brick built wan. Among Its advantages fa rapidity la building. With Sheets of porcelain a good sized house can be constructed In a few days. It Is damp proor, too, and Is, of course, kept clean at the cost of very little labor. Col- pred glazes take the place of wall- paper, and pictures can be painted In stead of being hung on the walls Adam, u is easily portable. A porce lain house can be taken down when the owner desires to jnftve and re- erected on anotber site. When It Comes, these advantages, combined Its Its cheapness are bound to make It popular Montreal Standard. Answer . Name ..... A-3drrs... ..... LicVv -winner will t frjrJisrif d Octoher 31 - Smokestacks In Italy. Ia Italy every Important city, except only Rome. Is now surrounded with a ring of chimneys in full smoke. The government exempts from taiatlon a "tone" of factories around esch town. The traveler's first view of Venice as he rrosses the lsgoon comprise 13 smoking chimneys; the moon, seen from the IMo. Uses from a filthily thickened horizon; Verona las a bou qi'et of active chimneys near her sta tion; BrtinnellescM'i dome at Flor ence and the qniafnt tower of heT Palazzo Vecchio stand aloft against a horrible brow the former orange gardens of Genoa are deep n dirt, grime and "fog for the making of soap. Wbea Rome., too. bat lost her Sapid horizon there It one Rome lover, at sny rate, who will g-u there mo more. , Value of Science. Science for science's sake, science as a cult, pleads Prof. Raphael Mel dola. president of the Chemical So ciety of "Great Britain: Scientific re search Is worthy of national homage whether It leads to Immediately practical results or not Any country which limits Its appreciation of re sesrch to such branches of science as are likely to lesd to Industrial develop rtents Is low in the scale of civiliza tion. The works of the littersteur or artist appeal directly to the Dubllc and can be appreciated according to their merits. Not so the labors of the scien tific Investigator. His achievements sre mesiured largely by tbe atllitarisn e'sndard, and certainly cannot be said to occupy the same position as sister brsnchee of culture. Prof. Meldola has no desire to give countenance to antagonism between pure and applied science. Far from this being tbe case the rate of progress Is actually meas urable by the degree of substitution of pure science for empiricism. I Nothing Extra. "See here, waiter, I don't find coffee on this bill of fare. Is Jt extra?" "No, sir. Between you and mo, Blr, It's pretty punaV" .... Nothing Else to Do. Several teachers who were ssslgnel to the city playgrounds were discuss ing the amusing and diverged ambi tions of the tots In tbofr charge as to wtiat tbey hope to be when they "grow up.' A teacher , told of one little girl who in all sincerity gsve her a reply that was not likely to make ner vain. 'Would you like to teach children when you become a young laflyr was the question. "No'm," was the empahtlc reply.', "What would you use 10 oot persisted the teacher. "If I am pretty I II be an. actress. came the answer. But suppose you ore nomeiyr- asked the. teacher. "Well. Uren, of course 111 have to be a teteher," said the child Philadel- phla Record. . Power of the Waves. The power of waves, says M. Broun- In. In La Nature, Is the aiim of two efforts, one dynamic and due to the or bital movement of the water particles the other staflc,' and dependent on the height of the center of gravity of the mass raised above Its normal position. Theory and obtervatioa seem to show that the total ps.' of wares is di vided' equally feetween'theee static and dynamic effects, tf a body of water meets the wail of a struetore there Is a Shock, and this Is most violent st tho water surface, dlmlnlsfug with the depth. At the moment of meeting Jetg or water rise sometimes to very great seigntt. Weeding Superstitions. There are many superstitions re- jgaidltig marriage and among , tbe quaintest are the following: The bride who dreams of fairies on the night before her wedding will ! be tljrlce blessed., The . bridegroom " who carries msnlature horseshoe In tils pocket wl I Mmsjs be lucky.: . The f n.''r.x of a spider on the wed. ding gown by a bride Is considered a sure token of happiness. to come. Marriages on board ship are con eldered unlucky. If you can't be n srrU'd on dry Innd, remain unwed. Never give. a telegram , to a bride or bridegroom on the way to church It Is a tnre omen of evil. . , If a bride by any chance see coffin aa she srarts off on her wed ding, tour she should order, the driver Of the ran luge to turn back and start orer.agala. She may miss a train by doing so. but If she neglect tho precaution she will' rue It. for bsd luck Is certain to follow ber. f during, the marriage reremon the woddlng r'ng should fall dowi tie bride's fate will not re an envi able one. TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RYii BETT MNtrin an to lrarn geeoad W. m Ing north oa Oommerotal avry II ml- uwa rrom a a. nv. to i p. n Holng north oa Walnut at. every U adnata ...,o, M. W IV. Of O. TU- ' ' ' I'OFI.AR BT. LINR-Holbraok Ave. er da to leave Meenn Hi a-eina rth oa 'Hotbraok A ., at 6:7; 1 17; 8:42; S;7) 7:U a. ai. and ol same mlimtes tvptt boor onlll 10:41 and 11 ! p.m. ' - .--i ,'. .s v - filing wl oa Twenty.Highth' 8t. at S:4t :l; :S4; :; ant TrH a. itiund o nun tola- mr Tery aoor until is:s4 as (I U:04 p. ra. Ponlar St. cara due to pm Ht. Maryt park I minute ft. iMTtni HetrAnd St, -.. nr.,, i uniiwwi,4ii8 oortti on waioat 11:80 pv a. I3:4 a. m.: I so a. m.j t to a. m.i m m..i m.min. m.- i ivk m. - - - . , North a Oonimeretat II oo p. aa.; trA0 n. 1 H) a m. 1 oil a. m. 4 no a. ou I a. m. " .' Bult and Owl oars ar do to pasa Was Thirty .fonrtk HL it ailnntoa attar, leavlac ftoound 8t, T JOHN S. JENKINS Architect f9f9fi Commercial Ave. Cairo, Illinois. DR. MORRISON DENTIST ...... Office 707 Commercial Avenue. ; : Gannon - Phono 71. Black Eyes Pslnted." The sign, "Black Eyes Painted," still survives in the New Tork Tenderloin. where the patrons are, however, grow ing fewer every year. A fw years ago It was so ODCoromon .tSfjig Tar a " Pleasant for CTarenee. The sharp, penetrating voice of tie young woman's mother rang oflt on tbe still tight air: ' "Marie, eorce In the house this mln nte! Hsven't I told yon-1 "Mamms." Interrupted sn equativ iharp voice, appearing to come from somewhere on the front porch, "this Isn't Ja'k! This is Clarence. Does It Really Pay? Does it pay to darn stockings re peatedly amid a multitude of other tasks in order to ssve money that It may be spent for a silk petticoat, aa evtrs feather la one's hat. or an ex pensive dessert for dinner? . Does it pay to stand st the Ironing board and smooth oot ruffles and laces for rbitlren to esr once perhaps, when It means a mother eo tired out that she caaiiot repreea Impatient words later la the dsyt. Doea ft pay tm do without tbe occasional day's he?p la t'e kitchen?, -No; eooe of tane thingh ever psys In anything but heartache and tired nervea,. in. tem per and friction... The housewife's kel friend Is a "sense of proportion." Mort people la Cairo reed the Bu letln- than all other Cairo papers e MAIMDO Smbiiim Mftr ! I r fr. 9m m . pmrt .f .e IhmI, ft,' ! are mmA rllMl.l ' mnvwm. ' tiir. Imiim af.eat nulf l, k.n4 Ikr kMtlrll... Madame Josephine LcFevre, uwmi ai.. raiiMia.. r. by II. C. Schuh. .lnifre " f hs Technicality.'1 '7" iuur noDor, saj a ice lawyer ror the prisoner, "there Is no course open to yon but to dismiss the case against my client." . "The evidence shows, re plied the court, "that be was caught with. his hand In the packet of John: Jones." "I admit that such .is the lan-' I guage of the warrant and tho tenor of the testimony," rejoined the la wyer,- but In that pocket he found, an unre ceipted bill for the clothes Jones was', wearing. That pocket, your honor, did not belong to Jones, hot to Smith, the tailor.' With an air of confidence ho awaited a decision from the beach. .-. . '- ' ; . Coyote Universally Despised. The coyote Is a creatnre without a friend, an Ishmaetlte .whom, men and anlmsls hare combined In despising, the Heal thief and . vsrab-md of the. animal world., this grsy gtust Egtire- head of the western world sll snr- vlves, ss much the Trnr of his em pire as he was In tbe days when his ancestors looked , with cock-eared as tonishment and staccato exclamations upon the expedition of . lwj . and Clark feeling Its way slowly across. that. traas-Mlssouprl wilderness whose . future was Uea undreamed. Oatiog-Vagaslno. Illustration.,. . Johnny What Is a e!ah between state and federal authority 7 Kalckw As though car cook trlod tsj fight " . " 'lurr'i t