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THE LLETIN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF OFFICIAL KEffSPAPEH OF ALEXANDER COUNTY Q B 1 u JE OITY OF CAIRO. TOLUiaXL.SrO. 30 CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1980 ESTABLISHED IN 1823. CAIRO 3U 1 CHURCHES L bright fiiiiirif. FOR IKE SOUTH BASEBALL 10 FAFF WANTS TO AID THE SOUTH PALL OF SADNESS OVER V. S, SENATE E SHIUEIT OF MJCFJIfEl SHOWS AFFAIRS OF FIDELITY FUNDING COMPANY IN BAD CONDITION. GERMANY WIL wmw: AS MA DEMANDS COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE OF CHURCH COUNCIL MAKES ITS REPORT. RESOLUTIONS OFFERED UABILITIES$4,500,O00 Recommending Committee Be Named to Congratulate Taft on His Stand on Liquor Traffic Other Reoorts Read. CHANCELLOR VON BUELOW DECLARES IN SPEECH TO REISCHSTAQ. SO Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 7. A rcso- With Assets Practically .Nothing Company Formed to Finance Fuilding Operations of Cath olic Church. Turkey Has Lost Nothing, and Neith er Has the Independence of Bul garia Been Adverse to Turkey. Berlin.. Dec. 7. Chancellor Von New York, Dec. 7. That, the af- iutlon that public aenools he elrsd Mrs cf the FUIelity KumlnK Com. ; Tiuelow. during the budget debate to oao n'tenioon- each week for the pur-1, , , , . , , day, addressed the Reichstag on Gov- SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CON GRESS STARTS MOVE FOR GREAT ADVANCEMENT. Secretary Straus in Speech Declares Progress i3 Having Such Ef fect That it Wll Be Misnomer. EASTERN LEAGUE AND AMERI CAN ASSOCIATION WANT SEPARATION. IN ANNEXATION MATTER SOLID SOUTH 15 GOING TO REPLY WEDNESDAY REFERS TO THE NEGRO 323 BILLS PRESENTED Is Their Dictum to Secretary Farrel cf National Association- Many Changes RulC3 As'ed in fnanvs fnrpHMi nn iKvpilinir nt this Btate in 1K30. to flnanrn'i i.. .1. . '. ,. tend religious services and receive the j,uii(llnK onpraHon ftf (,lp C Mm,,,,uhl ulo'",u" '- Instruction in their own churches IT l'Ull,,ln? operatic h of the Cat .1-I ual ,(;n am, lhe rclallonii of Germany ,, , , . . 1 IV 1 nurcn anu .anted institution i'lm ij iiuumi a uvei.v ueuaie hi me pot.e of allowing' the children to at-' a'wg of instructions In their Hltein.ion session of the Federal and which went into the hands of a to France and Great Britain and Ger many's attitude toward the Anierican- Council of the Churches of Christ in receh T ' fP;w 'efs .'" " I Japanese understand!,! Amor.'-a today and was defeated. A resolution was adopted declaring exceedingly tangled condition, is as serted by Receiver Thomas F. Gilroy, that it was the duty of the church to "" 11 ""aiement maae oy mm to- the Fh1. East t H ' This agreement, ho said, was in harmony with Germany's policy in Washington, Dec. 3. With proph'-j New York, Vtx. 7. The National ies of almcst unparalleled economi- j F'nsolmll Commission today heard the cat and commercial advancement domains of the Eastern League and adancenient near a thand for , the j American Association which bolted soi'th, an initial movement Tor still j the recent Chicago meeting. The ln greater development of the natural mand went beyond the anticipated re res'ourees In that section was formal-j Quest for a higher classillcatlon and ly inaugurated at a meeting lin-a to- j 9 mtdilication of the rules governing TALKS ON ITS PROBLEMS BE FORE NORTH CAROLINA SO CIETY AT NEW YORK. Declares He Should Neither Ask For Nor Receive More Than a Chance To Qualify Himself For Franchise. It gives new support day of the Southern Commercial con grit's. Some reasons advanced by the speakers as to why the south has not made greater progi-ess in the .de velopment of Its ipsources were that 'to our principles and an addition,.! j UrU B(.(.tl(JI KUff(1.p,, t0 a ,llarkf,, the drafting cf players by adding a remiest that they be permitted toj conduct their affairs as separto or ganizations, though under "such re strictions, rules and legulatious as the National Cou iii.s.don shall fron provide, rellxious instruction for i ici, t-m.u.eii as eu as ine uuiy oi ' 7 - - gUaralUee of poueehil development in ,,,,, b(.t.aUHe of tlw, i,,, o( nr0. time to time adopt." The demands h, wronts to see that such instruc- " - "b I Ja wil aggregate lho Far East, ' f,utJ trinWa ion facilities. ,1a addition to the above are: tion Is given in the home. not less than 4,50O,(mM) with practical-j The chancellor made n statement of! factor which had prevented bet-i That they be permitted to draft ris.op Wilson, of the Methodist X no assets. Its creditors include at Germany's attitude In the Balkan crU-'te;- ,ailica.l trrnsportation facilities I pliers from all oth . leagues, ox Lplsopal church, presented the re- least fifty churches, seminaries, col- iS) declaring that Germany was in full it Was point".! out had been the al-ept the National and American; port of the committee on temperance leges ami many priests and nuns, j BVm,m(hy with tbe Turkish revolu-; legs,! hostilitv cf ' some legislature s i provided, however, that said leagues anu mu a sei oi resolutions reconi-, i nese are located ail over llie coun-l.i .lfd.i i ,v... i ., , ...n ; .ivatt ht cn(. m:i:i frnm n-nnm ipend ug the appointment of a com-, try from the New England States to niittee to call upon Presjident-elect ; Oregcn. Chief among the company's Taft and congratulate him upon the , cerdiiors is St. Mary's Academy, of stand he has taken with reference to I Nauv jo. 111., which is involved for at intoxicating lirmors, and also to urge !.,. !-,(in rum line io use nis innueiice lor tne sup pression of the liquor traffic. Among other things the resolution of the committee recommends that congress be urged to frame its inter state enactments as to avoid the nul lification of the temperance legisla tion in the several states. Bishop Wilson's Report. Trr Church and Temperance. Hishop Luther B. Wilson of the Mchodlst Episcopal Church presented What Company Dispensed. As explained by the receiver, most of tie Fidelity Funding Company loans were to run for twenty years In addition to these loans the com pany also Issued life insurance agalnsjt. the lives of pj-iests and nuns A rait1 of Interest ranging from 8 to ! per cent was charged for both loan and insurance. The Fidelity Funding Company, It tlon which had without bloodshed, adding: "Turkey reeds. But changed sentiment had really lost nothing through the annex- conn , railroads were planning for in the "A" class of the National as soilrtion. That they be given an ap- the report of the Committee on Teni- Be0!11K. ttls 801(1 bond to repre Ticranee and oiieiipil Itn fiiKPiiRuinn a ,i : sentatlves of the Catholic church outlino follows: . (These-are secured, according to the 'Does the liquor traffic promote receiver, by mortgages on the prop Industrial proerlty? Patrons of p''. hut how much may be received the f aloon in the decree of their ..110"1 ,n!!S source it is as yet ImpossI indulf ence lose value as wealth pro- j lle to say. tlucers. Merchants, manufacturers, In .iddllion to the Fidelity Funding corporations of standing insist upon Company, P. J. Kiernan, former presl sobriety as a condition of employ- dent of the company, also conducted ment. The traffic Is never the al!y number of subsidiary companies, of otlrer industries. Outside the nar- These were the Columbia Construe- row class of producer and distributor tion, Federal Construction Company, he is the greatest loser who has most McUiide Studios Company and the to do with it. Indulgence in drink West irn Illinois and Iowa Railroad means the enfeeblenient of Intellect- Comi any ual faculty, of ethical sensitiveness, of religious emotion, of conception of virtue, honor and righteousness It mckes against the great construc tive lorces of civilization and is tin great promoter of disease, pauperism and crime. "Wfliat shall the 'churches do? The pulpit must live the standard of In dividual duly to total abstinence. The All these, Gilroy declares, wero flnan -ed by the funds from the Fidel ity Funding Company, though in no way allied, but are now asserted lo be 'nvol ed In the Fidelity Funding Com pany s troubles. Only 10C,000 Paid In. Th i authorized capital of the Fidel ity Funding Company was $5.00,00( and $2.5nn,fmo surplus. Of this new must accept that standard. The?' amount not more than about $10,- law for the strong is service, not , fHl as actually paid in. the rtoiver self indulgence. Hoth must work agaiuot the-traffic. No evil can long wlths and the power of the christian churches united, and if pulpit and pew agree in demanding total absti nence for the individual, it must fol low that prohibition will become the policy of the state. If the voice of every pulpit rang clear, and the lal'y of ewry church republished the mes sage under the dominion of a new conception the people would doman 1 mote wholesome laws. "The church must exercise her funetlrm of leadership. Here Is th-? oppor unity of bringing to a speedy end t'lls great wrong which has out lived its day the legalized traffic !n strong drink." Dr. Reed, president of the Dickin son 'ollege, offered a resolution pro vldini, for the apointmcnt of a com mute; to Investigate the liquor traf fic in all its phases and report to the cougp-fcs. In dlsct sslng the measure, whirl was referred to the temper ance committee. Noaln Best, of Chi cago, said the time for such investi gation was oiyiortune. but it would be m re opXJi1une when "Cannon wi not speaker." Various committee reKrt were read as follows: Sunday Observance. Recommendations regarding Sun day t bscrvance were include. in the report of the committee on that sub jHt which was presented by the Rev Fril-rh k D. Power. I). D., pastor of the lirst Church of Christ (Disciples) of Washington. In substance as fol lowg; Cbiistians are united in regard for the lord's Day as a day of ret an I worsl ip as one of the cornerstone of our christian civilization whos tieurr ration means tbe degeneratio'! of so iety lovers of liberty cbould ee Ibat it Is safeguarded and preserved. The i ommltte" hold: 1. The proper observance of tbe Ird's Day ia a religious obligation. 2. CD this day all unnecessary ser elar work should be omitted. PIitbI-tloti-ts, political economists, bt-l- yvCirlnjAj rj 5rt, rf) stales, the buyers of the stock beiu for tie most part priests and nuns. Foimer Secretary of the Treasrry LtMii' M. Shaw, Is down on the com pany's books as having made a loan of fC-i.nuo to Kiernan. This is secured Shaw also purchased $10.0H) of the comp my'a stock, the books showing. Th" present heal of the company is Di ncan 11. Sill, and among its for mer directors were Father Lanigan, Vicar-General of the Puffalo diocese, and Father Fletcher, pator of the Haiti. uore Cathedral. FLEET PASSES YESTERDAY AND TODAY. atlon of nosnia and H rzt govina by , increased facilities and w ith im Austria Hungary. Neither did the In-! proved waterways and harbors, noth- dependence of llulgtuia mean the loss m sioo.t in Hie way oi gn au-r .io of any territory." inifss. He said Germany had been Inform- ; secretary " ' "i.imeree and iiooi Mtetiss Hi Ms xpeccii reiorred lo llie A E ed of Austria's annexation intentions, and laat she would stand by her ally. ACHRENTHAL OR WAR. Vienna. l-c. T. Humors are cur rent that the Austro Hungarian For eign Minister Von Trhrentlial will b - sectionalism of the south, but de clared that commercial progr. ss was haxing sueh an effect that the time was near at hand when even po lit b ally it ill ! a nili-no-iier to eak of the solbl south. portiniity to draft plajers from the lower leagres before lieing returned to the league from which said player was drafted or purchased. ' 1 t' trin.! r r p:jjers of any r.'j f lf. -1 tnajnr leagut: shall '; -, ! ; c 'tla-t for reserht.oll 1: i It- I t 1 tve:,tj five, and after V:iv I to twenty. Thi.t petitioners be pennitted to idiatt players from either league for At the morning session the p-inei-' filt n days beginning at the expira- obliged to resign. Tlie newspapers i pat a Idresses were by Secretary of lio i ol the- time I'ue.l for the draft- New York. Dec. -PresldentEloc: Taft, who came to New York today to address the North Carolina So ciety In this city, was given a tumuli-, nous reception tonight, by members of the organization and by prominent men from all parts of the south at the annual dinner of the North Caro- llinaians. Taft, in the course of his address confined himself entirely to the south and its problems, did not. hesitate to follow up what he regards as the ad vantages og his trip through the truth during the recent campaign, and urged again that the voters of that section should break away from the outlived sentiment and tradition of their past political affiliations and cast their ballots in accordance rath er with their economical mid real po litical belief. Taft declared that nothing would give him greater pride during his coming term in the chief executive office than to so direct the policy of tbe national government with respecr to the southern slates as to convince the intelligent citizens of the south of the desire of his administration to aid them In working out satisfactorily the serious problems before them and of bringing them and their northern fellow citizens closer and closer in sympathy and point of view. ADJOURNS AFTER FIFTEEN MIN UTE SESSION IN RESPECT TO SENATOR ALLISON. In House Including Anti-Injunction Bill Begin on Tariff Bill Wed nesday New Buildings. Washington, Dec. 7. There was l jpall of sadness over the UiiiK.l States Senate today when it convene-! "During the last decade" sajd Taffi -"111 common with all lovers of otir country, I have watched with d light and thanksgiving the bond of mien between the two sections grow firmer. I pray it. may be given me to strengthen this movement, to obliter ate all sectional lines and leave noth- Ing of difference between the nort and south save friendly emulation for the benefit of our common conn try." He frankly expressed himself re garding the so-called "Negro que tion," and declared that neither be nor tbe Republican party had any idea of forcing upon the people of the south the dominance of an Ignorat: us. Taft declared that the north yeariM lorn closer association with the south and quoted statistics to show that th industries of the south had grow.i and prospered more during the pas! decade than those In any other sec tion of the country. As for the negro. Taft said he should neither ask nor receive ino.e than an equal chance to qualify him self for franchise. Other speakers Included President W. W. Finley. of the Sou' hern Rail way Company. CASTRO TO LEAVE Official Note Declares He Must Not Remam in Paris After Receiving Treatment if He is III. EXP2RTS IMPRESSED VOYAGE FROM MANILA UNEVENTFUL SOME TIME GIVEN TO MA NEUVERS EN ROUTE. SitigaiKire. Dec. 7. Tbe Tinted States Atlantic battleship fleet, un dor ;icar Admiral Serry. passed thrcrgh the harbor today. The stat ly luocemdon of warships impress? ) both the cxertg and the many rHf- t?.tor who had astnihl I on shore. The srotit cruiser Yankton, which had Ikh-u bore for a few days, koi.t Hre beginning to attack his policv. urging that It would lie ch;ior to arrive at an agreement with Turkey than to risk a costly mohllzation. The Nous "vYciner Journal declare that tbines have gone so far that the country must choose ln-tween the re moval of Achrenthal and war. E HOI S ROFITS Of Standard Brought Out in Tra! Yesterday Small Sub dunes Make Mo'ty Fast. Sen York. D-c in ciiistant communication with the'r,,,. t,r n. ,,( fleet during its passag". but other-!0il OI,.,.any I. ne ; wise the battleships did not com- nirni-ate with the shore. Th" flagship Connecticut, when abrr st. saint 'd the port, and t:e saint? was returned. Many launches an. I small stealers filled with sportsters went out early to ireet the American shipa and s eortc ! thrn for some little distance, Tt3 Yankton this morning received a I -le message from the Cor. noe tic tit to the effect that on Saturday entig the fleet it US miles off. The battleships were then steamitif f.t r spM of eleven and on half The -hi, i' g if ft - Mni.iar! a i fit War Wright and .Surgion General Mn? of players by tne major leagues W'Miian. ! fo- the following oiislderatlons: Tbe h ading speakers at the alter- '(ins- A f".V. II $"'!. C $", and D iir session were Jolm A. Kox. of $i; 'i. Ariansas. and John Y. Wallace, of j Tint the major leagues' permission New York. j to draft from i tilioners ! limited jto liom September to October i ai h y ar. Ti.tt I'fitiojts be permitted to di.ilt territory from other minor banns under terms and conditions ,l ! prescribe,'. That rule T.fi le applbable alike to the m t'tloiiei and the niajoi l &f ue clubs with the further pro ti-ton HiHt no individual player can j - ,,fite n i l itioio man n-e utei-r an p J. Th..ma lie-,,--, of i "-"" ag-,-,,,. ht. hvrciiit; e pun HEFLIN TOJE TRIED i Soire Time This Week Alabama I Congressman Will Answer For Shoot ng Negro. Warhiucioti. RepM-seTitlUfi XlabaiiM, on an iielo trn. til assan't in kill, will take lak tl.i i k ?t was char-Be.) in indii !!! ni that the coneT'stnati lasi. aftr an alteiea I Sri retarv l-'atre. of the National A-m. iiitioti a pi' en until Wcltics iia.- t lepl. I'aris, Dec. 7. An official note Is sued tonight states that If l'resldeii Castro comes lo Iiordeanx he ill not bo iennitte,I in land ex''fd on eon dillon that be morely wished to cross France and mik treatment. In !h, cas be will be accompanied to tie frontier by Kre.-h officials. At the same time if an immediate operation is found to be imperstiv. the French jrovorniiicnt will give r mlsshm to its beine icrfoniie,l t Hor b'sux. but the expulsion, order wi.l be enforce,! immediately after, unles Castro's measures prejudicial to tii Kr iieh subjects in Venezuela at ' withdrawn. I TUNNEL THROUGH PYRENNES. of ivi- Mr. h ourt recotd in the fod:al ""t "i-n a Wa-I.ing.on stro.t ,.r. fir- 1 llh(m -T,. ,, r.isrolve the Stan, atd t.,.-. 1 h- u.iu-r ai i,e,ro to ...- co,,.;. : ;f( r (( work, fri.,at4,,, fovernmont ,vn:u r or, t.:e ftnre ,,,, n,P f,r Mr flia ha. ,flkn ,.t . ,r,norii(.. , conntifn with submitted, showed tt.at t5i- "ti-The n aro w wonnd.-! 1 ! .v... ....n.,. ,.t ,h. t,.-.i.....i "ne tuliet rridontaHy wcun-i.-.l j,,.,ril. ThH tunn- f ,art of the hi r trainer named M'rary w r,-.,rr.l rvtai inem the ryrt-nn. nntal Oil c-on i s'iv. a Ftn-!a-d s i sb.'iary in the mid lb- -t. ri a l a profit of !! p-r rent on ti cai i'.a i zatioli of $3fi ,.rii. a. te Ktai-'a-l Oil company rf lnd:ja on a ca;:t'si setion cf l.f.i i amei abeut l53.o"C.ex between li an! IX. M.stalren Identity. Grood oft, j.t itfcii nic'kea for ieeeiy. as standing on th- .lewaik oHwsJfo- tie building rf which the French tbo ar. B-ilh mn twm t1 I and Finnish govrnnient ign. a '-rf. their lTiri-s n i. ntion Isat -ar. M. Sixan. KEE.FE. SWORN IN. Wk-ibiUfcion. H-v. T. Ianii J. K tfp. c.f Mirhican. was tc!ay swr,rn :n as couiUait.!oijeT g'-uial of imn - ?itti"n. tii;.!. to-lay i j ! 1 j th govrnfrfiit Fr nch She Knew. No man is a romantic brn to a mar GOl. TAYLOR WARNED Feport i' Current That Tewnessee Nigtt R.de-s Have Threat ened Him Aoam. consress. which was due to the ai sence o fine late Senator William IJ Allison, of Iowa, who died last . A- gust lifter a service of over 35 yea s iti that body. The assemblage was a brilliant one 8:2 members-being present, while V. t gallarles were filled with represent -tives of official and sociul life of C capital. Besides the wives and dang" ters of the senrtrrj who formed i large coniprny In the private gallery, .limits Uryce, British ambassador: 'r:i:ig Shao Yl, special envoy of tlM Chinese Kmpire; Prince Tsal an I others of his suite, occupied seats In the reservation set aside for t! diplomatic corps. The procedure In the opening cl the new session was simple and dig nified, following the long establishel precedent, Vice President Fairbank called the senate to order and M'-'v Edward Everett Hale opened the se . slon with pnlyer. Aldrlch, (ialllnger and Teller wr, appointed In pursuance of the resoln tlon offered by Hal to wait upon th president and Inform' him that cor. gress was ready to receive his annual messaae. nilliiighani iiesen?ed the creden tials of his colleague, Senator-Elect Carroll S, Page, of Vermont, and thu oath of office was administered to him by the vice president. Dolliver announced the death of the late Senator Allison, of Iowa, and resolutions expressing the profound sorrow of the senate over this b'- reavenient: were adopted. As a furth er mark of respect to his memory th senate after a session lasting but 1- minutes adjourned for the day. will take the oath of office toshn'l Senator-Elect Cummins, of Iowa, will take the oath of office tomor row. The House Convenes. After being In session an hour, on-! half of which time was continued bv. the lull call, the house, which met ar. noon today fo rtlie second session of the sixtieth congress, adjourned out of respect to the memory of severe! of Its own members and of Senate.' Allison, all of whom died during th. recess. For an hour or more preced ing the formal calling of the body M order the gallerte-g were parked to the fullest capacity. Many hundred 4 sat In the aisle, while long rhieS pa tiently waited outside the gullerv loors hoping to find an opiriunity lo get Inside. tin the floor the members gathered in groups and regardless of party af filiation, mingled with each other aril extended hearty greetings. Speaker Cannon, Representative Sherman, of New York, vice president-elect, aul Champ Clark, of Missouri, sucresnor to John Sharp Williams, as minority leader, received ovations. The most important action of th house was tlie passage by unanimous oiiseiit of a resoltiMon autlmri he cotiiUiiltoe on ways an! iinn't-. in ii tariff hearings, to sub poet a v i- ties-., s and to call for tiooka ai, I aper. Many Bills Introduced. No time was lest by the nicr)!" i f coniriess toda in int ni Imi lug b;lN. arying all the way from the abuts- I' n of New M'-xiuo int'T to unVti lo the regulation of martia.- an l r- orre. When the bou a 'jiMirn.-I public bill had In-cn dtup.icd i i'- the hopwr in alli-ion 'o pihate lis and eight res Viotu Probaldy Representative Sie-ppard Uiro off th. pa'm for 'he t i huiasi oik. be bavine pr.s.n -1 a nia-i iwtity l.''s for i-u'-'.ic tuilding II his liisTKt. First Ant'-tn;uct'On B'il. That the fight t.T the r tulats u ei i .- iu,- (,f injii!ic'He t.i !(! :i -ii'i will l' arrie.I on i:h vt t ' tt.ts on of fnrcrcr lecan) Cl alta-.tH. Tenn.. D-e T. -A j 1 l'r-nt Iciay. R- ;.r.- -nsti,e Tow i s:-al to tbe Tiims from Tretib-ii. ' "t Mi'hin. who came to th' Tnn . says: fore late in the last -ssi3 ia behai! it ha be-n rerto, that Ctd. R "f anti lnjunctkn bills, wiil aia h 7.. Tailor of this place, who made jartivo for some bii a'ion aloe tt i u h a nil raj ckus ewa'io from thl;i:e. accordrng to a .ateoieiit be nieht riders the right that taptaln I nia-! t siav tjinter. Rankin iu hange-l at Wa! nut Iji. (M. 3. has received a note t-itaifii mj notk-e that the ciiht ridus wiil call at bis homo asid tale b.is body. Je.J or alie. but st-t no dato n-i Kite intimation as to b the attack is to be male. Yiime. of M-iis-a. ws : ho first tJ inirotuco a bill for ib" cmfitB of iho allefe-l etiln. a? thl '-ska His bli tttv that in ail as- where a tcmjurary re?tr;nlng ori-: (Concise on ?-oJ rj-