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EST, THE CAIRO BULLETIN, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1908
,1 . MMI""" V V I Louis H nmn h mm rwnrwit rsl if "I will have a rye high-ball" you have heard that order it's the most popular way of drinking whiskey 'yet a high-ball is most simple to make cracked ice, a drink of whiskey blended with plain or carbonated water in a tall glass. Clarke 's Pure Rye I ..1 : . i i i iii . mattes uic most penect nign-oaii Decausc its a perfect whiskey made by the largest and best equipped distillery in the world and aged and bottled by the United States Government which guarantees a pure and palatable article. 4 Full Quarts, $ 5.00 delivered 12 Full Quarts, 12.00 delivered ' - ' 1 , i .( Any one of the following dealers will supply your wantt. -has. L 'it'll & Co.. EvansvUlo. Ind. Woollier & Co.. Centralis . 111. Smyth & Co.. Cairo, 111. Forn. Glen. Dist Co., E. St. Louis. Ik Ilerliort Co., Cairo. Ill Bj J. Epstein & Co., Danville, III. Clarke Bros. & Co. PEORIA, ILL. V . The Largest Distillers in the World ' .WOODS FEVER PILLS TRADE C5r MARK For Half a Century Wood's Fever Pills have boon known as the only sure cur for Chill and 1'evc r and all Itlllous and Malarial diseases. As a Hlood Purifier and In building up a run down system they have no equal. For Sale by all Local Droggfsls. I NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS ............................. 1 1 ttfrcritS1 GRAND CHAIN, ILL. gone to Martin, Tenn., ) Mi. Sum Price was while truing down a mt badly hurt. r 'Miss Ida heme alter friends at (' Nov. 29, 1908. Lischer has returned a pleasant .visit with niro. . Mr. anil Mrs. .1. F. Mackey spent Thanksgiving at Vienna. Mr. Matthew Fellenstein is at home from school at Ynlparisn, 1'id Mr. .luhn Fell.n.stein has gone to ppragould, Ark., fo visit his daugh ter. M.'ss Donin. Miss Laura DIHe of Villa Ridge. Is here on a visit. Misses Olive and Grace Cripprn nni a friend .from Cairo spent Thanksgiving at IL Stahlheber's..- Miss Ruby. Stevers. of Martini Tenn.. is at home a few days with her father Win. Stevers. Dr. Woelfle and family or Cairo, werr here visittn-r trie family of T. li. Lehols Thursday. i Mrs. Aunice llartlesoil and duilgh te Gen rude- Wueltie were at Bel- Jinap and Vienna visiting friends. Dr. Turr went, to Mound City, to visit his mother. Mrs. Eliza- Tarr. .Mis. Frank Roach is at Dr. Halt Sanatorium for treatment. She was Minn what better at this writing. Mrs. Edith Roach of Cairo, visited her. mother Mrs. P. liilllngsL'y Mon day. , ', . Miss Nina liartleson was at home spending Thanksgiving with her parent.-. She returned to her studhs at Martin. Trim.'. .Sunday. Mr. H. Calvin and daughter Miss Ceorjila of f.eviiifis. are visitiiiR the family of John Lewis. i A fine Thanksgiving dinner was i piven at Nick Lcals Lea ut if ill home a'. Grand Chain l.iuidinar. Many were invited to pnrtajto of the feast. Ignite- a mi id liT or t amines were p'esent. Mr. Cairo! Davidson, of Valpariso. Ind., is at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ". Luvidson. Miss Minnie (iaent spent Thanks riving with le-r parents. She re turned to' her Indies at Marion Monthly. Miss Montit. Rentier was a at Mound ' City Saturday, looking tor Santa Clans. Miss India Moore refuini.d from (.'real Sprius Sunday. Ml. I'M a r Wells is home Vienna lti i sp' ii.liui; a 1 i 1 1 ThhiiksKivinv.. Mr. George' Kaenak and .l;el Lev fug? tailed on ."iiss Kathrvu Mrt'Ios key between train. They were en route south on a heir hunt. The yenng tuen are. iroin .Nenrasiia. to school. hurt Saturday tree, lie was fiOUHD 6ITT November 30, 1908. Mrs. Chas. Armstrong; and two chil lreu are Ihe guests of Mr. and Mh John Armstrong a few days. They are enroute from Danville to Cairo where they will make their future home. Mi. Wm. Stevers and daughter. Ruby, or C.raml Chain, passed through ihis eiiy Sunday en route to Martin. Tenn., where Miss Ruby Is atleiidiri;. school. Loren C. Stophlel was a Cairo vis itor Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. W. T. Parker and daughter Heulali visited Mr. and Mrs. . Dyas Parker and other relatives In j Cairo Sunday. I Mr. Hart wick of Sleeleville, III., is jtlie guest of his daughter, Miss Clara in this city. He will leave here fai .Hot Springs, Ark., for his health. s! Little Miss Marie Margrave return- hi home Sunday from Vienna, where she has spent the past lew days, the guest of relatives. Mr. Lon Shelion was among tin Cairo visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.eo. Schuler mid fain , ily returned Sunday from Lcvlng alter a lew days visit with II. Calvii. i j and laimly. Mrs. Frank Hurgman was the gue' or Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lathrope In I Cairo Sunday. j Miss Georgia Calvin passed through here Sunday on her way to Martin. returned iih rr!a- shop also home from time Thank sKivfng vacation. Mi.s Margaret Neshit home Sunday alier a isii lives at Vienna. Kph Davidge spent Sunday In Cairo Mrs. Carrie Spence left Sunday I'm Levings where she will visit II. Cal via ami family the ensuing week. The Ladies Aid the Methodist Kjdscopi.l churrh will meet Wednes day afternoon wiih Mrs. W. A. Dough erty at her home tn Fiist !-tict and that of the Congregational rhuirh ai the home of Mrs. (J. A. MeCrat ken on Main Street. Kcv. Alex. Monroe ulll arrive from Albion tills week to ae tfjit tlie tall from ihe Congregational hiirch here and will he here iiernia Iieeily. MJfs Freda Miller returned hoin Sunday from Cairo where sh was the Siuingfield are guests of their many relatives in Vienna. . E. E. Jones and J. W. Gower of Haf- rlshurg, transacted business here thlH week. ., Miss Mabel Galeener went to Capo tiiriaradeau to spend Thanksgiving- with her brother, .1. Halbert. uo KQdiien nas reiurned irom a trip to Evansville, Ind., where he liought a big stock of holiday goods The public schools were dis missed Wednesday afiernoon until Monday morning to enable all teach ers to aitend ihe I'nion .Teachers' meeting al Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wallace have returned from a two weeks' visit in Decatur and Springfield. Mrs, Harry Andersou of Jackson Mo., was a guest, of Mrs. Myrtle Sib ey a couple of days this week. S. H. Singleton of Levings visited friends here on Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Hess and daughter, Miss Ella Sullins, have returned from i: visit in Shellerville. Mr. George Henner of Metropolis visited friends here this week. Lii ion i naiiKsgiving services were conducted at the M. E. church by Eld. A. J. Parker and Dr. O. II. Clark The home talent show "The 01 Country Store," drew a large audlenci a fii was a financial suecesa, the pro ceeds amounting to $yrt, which will he divided between Hie Baptist church and ihe K. of P. Sillers for the Or i han's Home. The proceeds of the dinner given by the ladies of the M. 10. Aid Society on Tliurtdav amounted lo $Ca. ... ... I .virs. uave .viaiu ot Karnak, was a guebi of Mrs. Jim Cunningham Thuis da.:. The football game between Ihe Me (ropolis and Vienna High School teams on Thursday nfternuon resulted In a victory for the Vienna lxiys. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mackev of Grand Chain spent Thanksgiving with his father. J. C. Mackey and family Mi. J. Johnson of Golconda Is a guest tif her sister, Mrs. B. G. Pearee Mrs. T. H. Powell is spending a few days in Si. Louis, a guest of her si ter and husband. Miss Hollie Clymer has returned to Uarrishurx after a brief visit lo her iiDlher and other relatives. Mr. C. L. Parish and Dr. e'. Skaggv returned tills iSaMirdayl atternoon lo in Ilarrisburg. farnr.UH . I,a Salle suri'PHRcSe received til Km Its presentation at the Princess theatre, June l, the most etithusl ast.lc ' and unanimous newspaper ciitlelsnis ever accorded a play. mere is no uouut it win. run over six hundred consecutive perform aneeH In Chicago. A road company with a cast , quite the equal of that how playing In the Windy Cltv will bo, aeen here ,Ht tho Cairo opera house on. Friday, Dec. 4th. Prices 50, 75, t and '$1.50. Seatu on Bale Thursday. Wives and Aloihers Save the Loved Ones From Evil by Using Orrine Cure fected or Money Refunded Can Be Given Secretly. Drink Ef- It your husband victim' to the . pleading, scolding Orrine, which Is thousands of throughout the know the good Hui.dreds of or. son has ( fallen drink . habit, stop and crying. Cse recommended by Passing for, a Ladyl 4 leading druggists country because they it has accomplished, letters attest to the remarkable cures made by Orrine. Polk Miller Drug Co., of Richmond. Va., write -"Mothers and sist-rs have told us . of husbands and broth- rs alio since they were given Or- ine in - most scaes without their knowledge, serni to have lost all de- stire for drink. Thus your, pw.pa ra tion has brought much comfort and happiness to once desolate homes." This srecesHful . remedy can b ; given secretly if desired, using- Or rine No., 1. or the patient can tali it of Jiis own. free will, using Orrine No. 2. Either forms destroys the de sire, for strong drink and builds up the bodily health, baking the user strong and well, a man in every sense of the word. Write for free pamphlet on cure of alcoholism to the Orrine' Co.. - Washington, D. C. Sent in plain sealed cnvelone. nguiHi price oi urrine is xi a bov. There Is no risk in buying Or line n mure is a guarantee in every nox which- entities you to a refund jour money ir Orrine fails to effect a cure. Orrine is for sale t,v Paul G. Schuh & Sons. ,1 WILL PROSECUTE II sin ROGUES BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS ' FOR CREDITORS IN CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS STOCK $10,000; LIABIL ITIES $15,000. tenn., lo resume her stuiiies after a iiu.ir home ! Rev. Marshall Gulp of. East SI Louis, will preach at the new liap list church tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Rev. Ed. Hogaii has returned from W. A. Anderson, attorney at law vviCKiine, was In Cairo yesterday. II is interested in the cases of the Svr fans of Sikeslon, Mo., who cut such in' swum, in a nusiness wny re .iin., ut-iiiy t'ouerneu in me urn- ceedlngs in St. Louis, which threr the firm into bankruptcy. .nr. .Aiiuerson said the fellows' real names were John , Halim Merkev an losepn hallni Masour; and althougl iney had done business in Sikestol four years, no one knew their names The bankruptcy proceedings won brought in the interest of the Seudder nale-Wearen Company and Wood i. Heiineit of Cairo, and several S' ixniis parties. II w;u ,levelmi..l be stock Invoiced at $lo,nno and tha i ne iiHoiimes are about $1 ",,01111. f the money ihe -fellows took awav cou in ie goiten Hie liabilities would be covered In full. Several of the creditors declare mey win spend a goodly peiTrnf of hat Is due theni In efforls to local he rogues and lirosernte1 (hem lie on spent a few her friend. Mrs. Mrs R. H. Ha ill. da at Cairo will) Willis Gaunt. Mv. flasdale was buried today at Ohio Chael. Mr. Chax. (irnble-' intither from Ai kaiix.-is is visiting lure for n time. Mrs. .1. W. Bartlesiin i-anie home Sinelav from Cairo where she we.it Mi her daughter Nina who lias S'iet of relatives . a few days, Mr November 28. 1908. and Mrs. George Gill.-spie of ilamleibnrg in Pope County, whore assisted in a revival meeting. Madam Rumor says one of our pop lilar young couples were kuieily mar ried a month or so ago. More partiru lars in our next writing. , AMUSEMENTS Mind Your Business! li you Hon t nobody w ill. It Is your tmsineKs to keep out of all Ihe troub! you can ami you ran and will kecri out or liver and bowl trouble If you laKe Dr. Kings New Life pills. They Keep biliousness, malaria and Jaundlc out of your system. 25c at all druj stores. m - CANNED OPERA PLACED IN THE CORNERSTONE thtffxpcctjmt mother mutr.ik rr'1' nJ dreaJ that he looks for warJ to the hour with ipmp. hrnsibn. Molher's Friend, by its penetrating and. soothing propertie?:, al!j.vs r.auvJ. n. rvoa-nes unple.iant (c-eliivs, anJ prepares the system (or the orJoal that she pj.-iCi Uu-ouh the event with- but little suffering, as numbers have TT ll;.,l ml fit I ,f te --K I lelllit u iiu raiU il I., 'i in its wt;ght in goIJ. f vsfMble lllf.M Minstrels Tomorrow. Following a successful nm at the New York Theatre Roof Garden, the Handy IMxie Minstrels will be th at traction al the Cairn oiera house on Wednesday. IHt. 2nd. These niins trels tH said to ! the largest or- eLei.ation of colored informers on tt.nr this season, cotiiprlsing thirtv t-oieedians. singent. dancers and mtiHct.ni. ttigetner itn the' famon Cotton Pit kers' Band" of solo mnsi cians. The erfornianr offreil by then' bt-gins with a new and novel MKttacuiar 6rt part. The olio t re- idete with Kiieeiaiiv Innmrt tut !; tn love trsiilaren, an.! no h"rne l1!rpi"'i,n f'ai'ne als. f which lb can, he Ii.ippv wthut tt.m I"'"' notable mi. H'JIv Kersuds yit the onle.il throuli w hitfi i lian a!' ",",', ''i' "'' i ;io mm mi tnn. a iM)ai timi' darkey f hataeter d linealei and n it bniter TTie I'an lv's luu' gained reputation for tivlne a r-d hot e ian.. lit.-ii. tauet:lng e- d ri" w. in thr- trii tt n-n' of th" w id aad mnlf as oi' of th ltt neiio jniietre! in t-Mtni-e. Prii j Tn slar. THE EEADnELI) KEGCLATOfi CO. A'Uc!, Ga. fWifWJbW Tbilisi Tbton. Mass., Nov. :;u. With Inter esttiii; ceretnoiiies and In the presence of a distinguished gathering the cor nerstone was laid this aftcru4ii for the new IJoston opera house, w tilt h i, designed to lake, front rank anions the temples of tiiusie in America. The structure is being built at Hunting - nm a-uue ami opera place on a fi adjoining that of Symphony Hall, th home of the ttoMon Symphon.t Orthe tra. The eortif'tone fteri ises wt re tended by Governor CuiLt. Mayor Hi bard oilier preroiiH of piomilieno includiiig a oany of ox ra singern an musieianii from New- Vork. A l.ronr imh piaee.i in li,.. riier i,,r,r ii'mi'k I'li'iiii. r aeutr rir.ls f,I lie v..i. f Milieu. N.udiea. Kn N i! "n and oiher dit jncui. hi d sine ers. n I ffd lit (niei, mritl..n I.. 'be !n nioM AlU' iiaii h.u,i.i i "A Stubborn Cinderella." -A Strbhorn Cinderella" the latt nieical j.lar by Hours Adams and Howard, author and rnmiiwm f "Th- TItp. The rtr. -! T- f-HV ani 'The Girl Q-iUnn," tt-r Watched Fifteen Years. For ef'e' years I hare wach"i i be working of Buekk s Arnici Salve; sad It bis oever fi)e to cur- any sore. ooiL uleor or bnra lo wbic'a a doctor bui," r A. F. Hardy, of East Wilton, Mara-. at all dro it was anli-d. It kit sd o many stores. By W. PELT BRIDGE IIH IIII -IIII WWW "How do I look?": he demanded anxiously. "Coat collar all right? Ne-ktle not. rucked up at the back? .Tt'ft give me another lirush dbwn will you? My dear," In answer to her protest, "you'd be fidgety you'd Rot all the responsibility I've got to take on my shoulders today Laheller Goble, off duty and pr pared to conduct, his young wife and the members of his society, the alar urns and excursions of 'the season over, to a town on t"he seacoast for a day's trip, ran to and fro 'seeing to back doors and windows, and not knowing whether or not he was fast efting those. His young wife, roo and self possessed, took opportunity to pin at the correct angle' a hat which should presently make the heart of Hallway Terrace miss beat and chaslen the joy of other lady passengers at the station. "And if I'm ' lnterduced to ' the general manager," Goble called up the slairs, ''and, mind you,' it's quite possible, why,' if yog're a very good girl; 1. may loterduce ypu. And If I dip, I in i;s t ask you, for goodness gracious Bake, aiid for mine, be care ful.' If you can't catch what he saya to you, don't, answer hark 'What's the row?' as though you were talking to ne. Say, 'Beg your pardon, sir.' " ' ," ' ' ' An excited platform, with bunches of folk waiting for the excursion and members of the uniformed staff shaking quite in the tnanoei;,ty nn officia) peopje, contended In dealing for once with passengers who did not badger them with questions con cerning the probability of finding room in the approaching train.. , No necessity to warn. .the, excursionists i-o stand hack as the .train came, no need to restrain impetuous lady pas sengers from opening the door of the dog box. "Goblo:" cried the head-guard. "Where's Goble?" "Here I are!" "General manager wants you to travel down wth him. He's In the first-class saloon right at the back. Wants some ' Information for bis speech." ? : "You bnndle in anywheres," sahl Laheller Goble'"tot his wife hurried ly, "If you, come with me you'll be going and making some mistake In your grammar." At the seaside station a ring formed on the platform, made tip "of the railway men and the railwsy men's wives, all anxious to see the great man as be appeared when off duty. "The wife, Goble ' "Yes, sir.- If you don't rolnd, slr: We've been married this two year. I say two year, but that's a He; a year and ten months is more like it." ' ... "Very pleased to , make, your ac quaintance, Mrs. Goble;. i think we j are to .be favored .with, - compara tively speaking, good .weather, con sidering the period of tbe yeay, Trust we shall meet later." - ,: . Some of the older women argued that when, the general manager lifted his white top hat Mrs. Gobl ought to have curtsied, because they wished , to dlsruas her, and partly bernuse of the wonderful hat. they left Mrs. Gobi? alone, and when the general manager came out with his follow Ing and sat down on the bench, the general manager snt a chief ! rk across to Mrs. Goble, and slg- nltiel his gtarlous desire to take her presently to. lunch. . . T'.'e general inapager and his suite made a eint .of leaving. Im mediately ater the lunch. I.abeller oble. rising, arrested them with a warning eye, and said there remain ed us. more duty to. perform be fore the distinguished officers of the company were allowed to depart. When he said duty he hoped they would understand that lie did not mean duty -th word be ought to bave.ufed was ."privilege." Labeller Goble emphasised non-existent points by Jabbing a dsrt knife Into the tablet loth. With his wife seated roe by and "'ring, Goble rab4 , 's prt without further disaster. Th gn- rrsl manstT. In reply, said h had ben delighted to ne-t s many of the staff and their wives I knew tbe speech all right," sr- gtid Goble in reafldesre. when they were on the crowded yacht for an no'irs voiitr. . Id tot ttm word rnr mind as eat. as roald he. oi're sr of ibat. my ftsi" I i1 it over several yon But somehow " "Von fin lied through." "Thanks to you. A ad there's oraebing more. I had friendly ha with O M.'s s-K-reiarr at tho statian just now, and he said If I err applied, for an ltiperhlp I p to ed him a prtvste nm at th sir "-m. And be told te G M ssM ynii ' one of the bt-trtnrer-j women b fd rer re. Vow, whs lis son to frTw, my lest. ' tfc!; OW H the lH roil Tsrsaefl to tire fit'n tbat 1irpr. f, ptiii' a ms'ter of fart, :i t roiild relhear yon ssttffs now ted srsin was. "Oh. rs!!y" ' nv H1j, o aiy 'ter told n :a.t tight when be lent e ttls ha'," said Yrt Gotde. sc lady ran paa in j'tf r for a lady If she only kis ker Biootb very nearly shst" THE F0LL01VBVG SUBSCRIBERS DAVE CWl CONNECTED SINCE TIIE ISSUE OF OUR LAST DIRECTORY. (.81 K 7::o-l' 7l;!K 2:i0'L IHI r.ti-LK 72(5 C94-K 49.1-W ti(i7-K 570-W 551 738-W 744 614 2i;:-w :)ii 715 fillll-W 77K 0O7-L G;iO-V T21-W 719-R 574 W 574 W .I5K 23.VW 737-K 0l'7K 77-11 OG-W (J(i4 80-W 01 Sl-W SS7-W OOI-W fi91-L IS-W Ifi-K I iu-u , CI.! K Allen, Dora ...... Alexander. George Altmati Bros. .... 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G28 12th S 7(U 31th Sk1 324 Gth St ..3400 Sycajuore St. 1 103 Lornst 809 Washington" ..Farrow Hats 702 Commercial . .. 615 3 Uli SI. ....G29 21st SL ..2208 Park Ave. i .3413. Sycamore .27th W. of Hoi. .....2101 Poplar .... 2013 Poplar ..,.220 !2nL St. ......614 38th St. ....730 33rd SL . . 3500 HifThland 710 Walnut, .. ,.224 9UV SL 1311 Pino 228 33rd St .. 2100 Holbrook ...,427 llth St. ..'...IV.' 2UL SL -3tH3 Commercial : ,. : :i f t ...2314 Holbrook . . ..J24 19th St. i06 Commercial 113 Commercial . :..ilit3 fith St. .. ,'.421 JOth St. 812 W. 7th St. 22nd & Syc. Sts. ..... 221 3rd Sr. ....211 Ohio St. ..309 19th St. ....3511 Kim St. in dear, be- ::: K Osier, Jnceb Res idence )8 loth St- P' ' 787 L Petit. C. A Residence t)a 20th St R) 730 L Ricks. W. N Residence ?23 28th Sti G32 R Roliey, Lewis Residence :'908 Svcamore 109K Rodgers, Thos Rttldence 70G 23rd St. G84 . Sams. Blanche Ro-idcnce .jog gist St. 7S7-VV Sauer. Frank Residence 318 ?th' St! fio7 K Serbian, Andrew Residence 831 23rl St. 737-W Staehle. A. F. .v Residence 322fith St. 3S2-W Sleinhoiioe. Mrs. R Residence 419 (( st. 720 Stevenson, C. II. & Co....Grhin Brokers 2n 7th SL 711 Stevenson. Mary It'itl.lence 212 13lh St. 482-K Stone, u Residence 3fn4 Elm St.' 4Sti K Stout. . Harry Residence ..3r3 Elm 3ti SL Clair, Rose B Residence "i7 intli St. 711 Siisanka. Win Residence 2!to; Commercial 511 W Smith. Minnie Residence 211 19th SL jl; Smith, A. I Residence );fn S' T; T'l! Terry's II, ml Ijiuiilty ijiundry "..'...".oi R. n. St. 2:i2 K ThompM.ii. c. i,N,m cilbert pik! I " V '"' '..; 4S1 K Vnllwi. J, Itci-idem i i,t, j4t w. 177 Warner. J.. It Residence 717 22nd S'. '.S1W Watson .G. Residence 309 21st St. :(5-W Wetdon. Geo Rridence ;ig jm, s,.' ' R Williams. Mrs. W. K ReMilem e 120 sth St. 757 K illiams. Mary Rildnee i -jxth St. r.Htn Williams.- Randolph Reid nc poj st. IJ Willianm. Thtm Residence f 1 joth St 5 Winter Bros Stable' . . . -. . S'h and R. R. S. .".: R. Wood. Jeysie . Residence 216 "Sth St HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CAIRO. 1201 Washinnlon Avenue. Please Paste this in your Directory. Dtatnage O's'rttl Case. J'l-tre i vtr tame down frwo M'-Hiid fiiy jificniai to preside ir trw- county court in the rae of Wm i Gtlbrrt ssd (!ietiff y M Apm1. Lerll, J OSb-. ad t- Virtue ef CV'b Pr-.-erb. t ;ks Meney. I Wtl et ais v. Tb- Cairo Drainage lntrict CowimlfKMiers. to reit th' appliratlon of tbe latter for the Bnb assewmeBt to roee-t the coot of main taiaing the levees and ditches and Heratiag the wmps. The objection is that tbe twmsutit asked fur Is ei rive, hring X .23 -r tjrre oi j.4-tl 'fs. en a t"t1 ff !.r: Ti rrm SiL-ioam are firet.4 !y G:IN.:t ,To Cbmbed Out Ja I. ngTT prioDers la tbe ci'j liL a man and wvmaa. gr cot ibrouch roof la-it lgtr. Knt tbe4r liberty m short lit ed for tbey were again lr hind the bars In ha!f an hour. Oft. WOELFLIL Will move nls fiff'tee to Cita- mertial m9"m tccntiber 1. I VS.