THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1900.
Cairo Opera Iloiise.'
D. L. WILLIAMSON, Manager.
One Wight Oajy jfifft
Tuesday, January A-wlll
The 1 1'iTsisliblo Coniclifttio
And her sk i'nli',1 conipiiiiy
In II. V. Ksmoml-i' Charming, Wonfl
Under The L
Willi Lavish New Yori M
London Prodecffifftjof T'
CWluines and ,
PKICKS l.al iliri-e row k.wi-r -Hour
-l.ii.ir Palanreoi lower tloorM,li:rti'
lw.i row .In-M r-irHn f. bainm-r o.
l r - rin !f U'v; it.illi'ry iV., Mat on
One Night Only";
GEO. P. STETSb'X'S
VAil I ml e Siiectiicular
IT I nr.. i n
v neie turns tauin
A -:!, 000 Production,
50 Men, Women, Children 50
Pine Orchestra .of' Fifteen
2 3 Spi'eliH'uhir SpeC-
inlfy Sf-Ksjitioiii 20
Colored 1'evj.ilt' from
the Cohon Belt 20
The Grandest Street pjra'de
Seats o:i sue
i'Jalinec and Night,
Feurth Triumphal Tour and
All New Edition 6!
R. F. OUTCAllLT'S
The lhstof Them All '
40 Others 40
i;s Bctfer n Christmas.
i nn t i.;it tl.rff rmi lnwer IIikv
t..iliin-i- lower flmir ljfi; flint
te r--In-" In-le bal. juc
M V ! I VKI -l . r Ikior Tfc-: dreM
i i:. : h:l tit-u.SVe -any part o(
n-c !"'!.. si aiH rex-rved -for htith
i t i rm.iii. i . mi i.Aii- Tliursajv -
S C'ghth Stret
PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY
TONIGHT . lt
Grand Double Dili
i i tint ai ja:ia.itU
with tiatura; tbF beinz
rt. t;r rt
l litb t! " Krvams of b!
Art is i!
1 :.e o'i
;i re v. t
perrert-on of Batuii!. ,Wje
1 now as it was iDe.akxth Cv,
" :-et a thicin. .Najqra batN
' (.ild a rut a-t suotber., J:i
' 'hiiis.- : astifieial; for B.i
i: . r God -8!r Thoma
V.'orry and the Liver. ,
is a. d-num. fOok Ut ynj.
If it i e:it Bctimi ti'ta-i
:p g !:. than a nnvt'is:
: t in samv tiiiit.
Bacoi'f Wite At(ve
r -t i -o i l nrhR b it i rt ,
,.. E. iijttly. nss tobrl.
'., . f'i.l and leave coa-
I.v. d Larcn.
Casper Telling niejer &.Co
House Movers and
f r rc ; I Wrecklnjf Contractors.
2CG Ccmmcrcial Arc.
Married in Cairo.
'Mr. Jame Lewis mul Mies
Smith, .lHith of Carrier
wire united in innrrlugt
the court, house the Rev
Mills, . III..
S. C. Ohnuu
'..,'-,, Eat More Club. . . , i
.Tin Kt. j Mores met lust evening
f.t th; - hOJiic 'Of Miss KIsio .Hutch (if
r.10 U.Hjlnut. street ami hint a ,ileusutit
meeting , wiih tlieir usual happy
, : ..Bumble Bee Club, , ,
,fhe .Trimble. Hce , club met Friday
evening ,at (.ho home of Will Piatt on
T.Wrty-sevwith sjtreet,. Mancing was
Urn,, principal li'iitnri' of entertain
ment. . . .
Bridne Whist Club.
The llrjdge Whist elnh will niei l
Monday, afternoon with Mrs. Ikniglas
fialliday of Kim street.
Alexander Cluh Dance.
An inlonual ilanoo will he -
ihe Alexander dub The i s
Ian. 1M. . .
Mr. and Mrs.. Charles O. , falier
wnt to ("eulialla lust, night t vUlt
(lift family of the latter's fatJier Mr.
Jcseiih llefter and to attend the wed
Oir.s of her slater, . ' Miss KloretieH
ll-.lter.to Mr.' Lyman Hausslpr wlii' h
wih be solemnize. next Wtdn slay
i i Edw ahl Lpw is-who - has heeu em
Vloyed hy the . Woodward Hardware
company lor several year .has re
.'.tilled to neee.t a position witli the
Si.niur., . ManjifaeturiiiK. ompai;y :is
li.Ti-dware supply apent.
V....1 ... i . ' . . .-
.t FteUjerleIc, .Johnson.- of, Chkano. is
here the pat.st of lih , tuotJier in law.
Af. Mary ivitier of Twentieth stre; t.
Hit. .lohutioa , and hahy ,hve been
l-rv. 'or . the past three weeks visiting
Mrs,-Goorge T, Ciirues of Too Cunt-
i.-Mietal 8 venue, lias l on eonfiue,! to
her iioine for several dav as I In- re-
FRANK, ONLY CHILD OF
MR. AND MRS. I. M. FRANK OF
STLJDUIS. FORMERLY OF
f C"'fO- Irinlfof Mr. a,ud Mrs. ft M.
t'lfltilj o,.rftxJjpiiLs,'.forpierly of Ciiar
t'S-.toji, to,v.vill regret to learn of the
ieuth of their son. G'Hre' Frank.
v.hie.h occurred yester.lay at their
nirff. Hi SLjLouIx.; ,.
The deeed'iit was 13 years of a;e
imd.tatM'tedcyoiin, piau having ,ar-
sik? ta.nt-. high order. He bad
belli. ioiitions us : tiewsaper c.n-
tDouftjl ,hii. h! wtu k gave iiromise. (
bright future. His death is a sad
blow to his parents who are left child
es-; . . , .
".Tlie news of his dath was received
ht,i lu a inePi,age to the deeUm
U0.,ie..'Mr.,J. U Batterton of. Twenty
tii'th street. Mr. anil Mrs. Hatl rton
iillu. daughter, Fiss Sue will go to
CI'.rleton,; 4V0., tlilw niorniiig .t.C at-
r 1 1 1 1 -1 . i whiih
wi ! in- h i. I
CHARGE FOR BOTTLES
Cairo Wholetale Liquor Dealen Make
New Rule to Guard Against
(Toiuorrw a new regulation will g
into eff-ct witli r.-i-pect to i harac
lor bottles and cases in which irtda
v.nter und beer ar veut out by tin
whdi-sal .dealers of th? clt. A elr
ivJa-i i i-fiii. J un.l-r it- of Jan. l
rvts Jorth Jiat, tin-. anions .tii-thod
heretf'towi adopted o avoid loss hav
proven nimafisfaetoi y, to all ri.n
rei't.e'f;,- t uuet . cue regulation to e
I'U-X JiA.'.rX. touiornjw the dealers Kill
cii.Me and refund for bottb- and
Ih's in addition to the in-t tirire or
product as follows:
mull iK.ttles pints t. i.'.i- ir .let
lArj;... boUks (quart.. .t.-.i; p r d7:
o.Ja botll. s, 2.V er ilur. : Slph( li
bot'Ies. 1-r -aeh: All Miiail au 1 iargi
e.u li: sinIr . boxes. lc
cb; siphon lKs. ::c ah.
Ti.e i-lecular in i.iene.1 lv . p. rb-
litik., 4-alro Ilrt'H'iiic Com,iHiiy, Co. a
''! ' !'. tiling VV. K. P. Fit7g. raid
Ge(,rg Fein liter. H' ll.erl Coin
oany. Andrew ,hr Itottliug Com
laty, Gu O.Meilob. t;, .x, rreil
.Lt.v; R. Sn.vth
k C.'tiipai.v. Sxo
f.OOKE l i'd. Kri-iav Ji,
..Pn Cm,,'-. c. , 7V nar.
e !- at Poolar nrHt aJ 1 ;(
!. for Pf. Jot-eh' rhnrcb. Sie ia
irir -. i:i : lv foot ..f FVmrtpeth
"-L"et .at 2:4", p. ni. Friends Invite.
attends . . .
DO YOU KNOW THAT WE COL
LECT RENTS. AND LOOK AFTER
FIRST BANK & TRL'iT COMPANY
Milt Ol II fall
Aloiio P.onduraiit, son of Dr. ami
.Mis. A. A. ISonduraiit. left last, nlfilit
fir Memphis. Teuh., to take n position
as city salesman lor a largo tolmeoo
Mr. mul Mrs. Harry Wilson of Anna
i "ri.ed last, evening and are guests at
The Huluday. They will visit their
;,'!;. lives and numerous friends while
' Little Fieuore Ayer who has heen
ill wiih doiluli'"!ft i the home of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Ayer
on Eighth street is rapidly recover
ami Max Kaufman left last
New York where they will
goods for their wholesale
nd retail dry goods houses.
;s Anna Crenshaw of Charleston,
's th .euest of Miss ion a Swo
of Twenty-seventh street.
T.. is here
Louis by the
who was railed
death of hot
will reti i n tonight.
, .Mrs. C..L. Srhaab of 2o''T
.'venue, , luei .returned from
with relatives in' Ohio.
Harris Schul.e of Anna,
i-nest of J s i a mother. Mrs.
.ri'iilze of Ninth street.'
. Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Windrom of
s'tveuth street, have gone to Atlanta
Ca., to i.;:t relatives.
ill for several
. om nb seent-
Farrow who has b'-eti
lnj-s with tonsilitis is
... ... .v, ....... ,
-irei t ir-. ill at St
X. Curran' of Fourth
THIRTY-SEVEN .NAMES .DRAWN
FOR IERVICE MEN WHO
WILL TRY CASES IN JUDGE
Citizens who will serve as petit Jit
lots at the February term of Circuii
ton rt are as follows:.
First Cairo, rieii Maliiiskl. Helir.'
Jeft'erson. W. V. Ryan, Chas. Fart'll
thirii Cairo. G. r. Crabtree, P. If
iodwati. F'red Good.
Fourth Cairo. Jaoh Amos, pen r
Kit' ' li Cairo. Chas. Hudson.
Sixth Cairo, lien "Winchester, U-n
Winch. si. r. G. o. 11. Walker. O. Hei:
dersoii. H. G. Ilevd
Seventh Cairo. M. T. Cahlll C.t)
Hutchinson. L. C. Knt, Wash Fisher
Biehth Cairo. F. Moliahan. A. J
Ite.'s. chas P. arlier.
Cache, Win Ki s.-r. ,
H.'cth Kidg- Jolin Goseti.
I'nlty. Win. Parruti, Wesley Wi'
Sandusky. Willis X.-lxm. John
Cieiir i re. U. ix"iliis Woo.laard.
Tlnbcs, Il.nid llrown. Albeit
Hiawti. 1L L. Caldwll.
Olive Planch, John lsar Flank
Inland. Frank Husley.
t a i-
MISSISSIPPI COUNTY AGAINST
LIQUOR BY MAJORITY OF BOO
ACCORDING TO .. REPORTS
( (of.iiug to reports tet ive.l fro.ii
CharleMou M.. la- iiialit bv ions
li.-tatiee i lejdiotie. tho pullciin a
inlortiie.J tiia' lie- Missouri lo'4,
ll.torme.j tiat .Isl--lppi eounty
Will. II ol'-.l oil tlje llilllor llle-tl(l'l
irdm cave a niajority of tx r
tiutuir.-d ir-t 'T t!i- "drjs".
.;.- liiiunr ;. ai. r bowej f o
i leiald.- i!i' it, lb.- niait. r an
PETIT JURORS FOR
id tint -'iiii 4l.--a tfiiite4 over t h r
n't tT i.bvioi reaiis
, Waf in a M.nute.
. lo lots nf jh hi F.i, ' raa
Wi-h tbteai i.'o ued!cr a rolaute.
tl tb knot for arh. n the thread
at tiaUorw VnfJi aol bn -ar-rla
the neetfie a t-i.g aDd aticH it
lnui cotblr.a ira4 ror usV-. Hom
A Craet Jeit
. "nja." tt-iMi-kKl Noah. tb
Ufai to f. n tijiki -Ltit er
a'-n bv fo ,
t-t f s"m to
PLANS TO BUILD CITY HALL
WERE EARNESTLY DISCUSSED
BY CITIZENS AT LUNCHEON
Chairman Chas. Feuchter Would
Organize Stock Company to
Erect $50,000 Structure
Only Obstacle Would Be City's Inability to Pay
Stipulated SumMayor Parsons Be
lieves General Revenue Ordinance
Would Solve Problem.
At the .Merchants' Luncheon at Al
exander ch'h prill room yesterday,
Ihe subject of discusion was "How to
Get a New City Hall." It was p resett ed
for discusion by Chas. Feuchter,
who presided over the meeting and
brought, out some ideas which may
result in action.
Tlie gathering was a representa
tive one. among those in attendance
being men who have been known to
do difficult things. Mr. Feuchter call
ed first' for reports from committee.-'.
Mayor Parsons responded in behalf
of the Good Roads committee, saying
that he had been delegated by Or
Jeuelle, chairman of this committee,
lo say that the committee had made
some progress bill was not ready to
report. Further time was asked and
John Aisihorpe reported for the
committee which lias had in hand
the matter of securing free express
delivery for the upper part of the ciiv
when the .streets are paved. He sail
the matter was being worked out hy
those concerned and there was reason
to hope that a favorable decision
would be reached in due time. Fur
tlier time was granted to this commit
tee. J. B. Magce reported for the Insur
ance Rate committee, ttiat an attor
ney1 had been requerted to ascertain
how tlie city could obtain the addi
tional revenue needed to put ill ope
ration the improved lire service neces
sary to procure lower rates. As yet
no report on this point had been re
ceived and as ihe matter of niunicl !
pal revenue was an important factor
In tlie proposition, no report could be
made by toe committee until it was
, . Peter Li ml brought up tlie K. .M.
K. C." Charity ball Feb. :''!. He
urged all present to remember tlie oc
casion generously and see that their
nieiids did so. .Mr. Litid said th
charity fund created and maintained
by the K. M. K. C. was a great aid m
a considerable number of poor people
In Cairo every year. It is in the hamU
of a number of ladies representing all
the church. in th- city, who used it
judiciously and did much good in re
lieving distress. He hoped the ticket:
committee wontd not be tinned
down" when it called on citizens.
Mat or .Parsons spoke in a similar
strain. He said he knew of poor fano
lies that .-,. heing .-applied wpii
necessaries by ihe ladies having
chargo ef ;lii- fund. Good woik
a- being don.- with ihe nioii.-v and
lie hoped u'li. n- would contribute
liberally to ihe e(,niiiiL' event.
New City Hall.
Al llli lx.il. 1 Mr 1.-.. ii. ..l.-r o i-.. -..ill.
'I Hi" siilij... i for ?he day "A New
City Hall " lb- offered a bii. f state
ment ,,f y .'-oposiijoll Which lie fell
miKlit lead in, lo a fea-ible plan to
Sain "his miu li u Jed esiabli-hm.'i.:
Mr. Femhi. i'h id,, n i- j,s follows.
Organuo a . oj porat ion. jiot for
pecuniary proh', io be known as th-
(alio Citj II. id a-sociatioii or sunn
other approp';;, . name; iis ohj.-. t te
I"' to build a cry hall for lie ci'..
of Cairo: i - capital sI.k k to I.
$.ei.i.i to be in'o live imn-
dr.-d sh.ar. - of $ I ... . a. ! To s.i ui "
a tu.iti cii.-n- as possible to pur
i ha-e Mi ck at ,n- ai.d when ail s'.m k
is subscribed. .rope.-y ...gall'-
After ihe -..:ii,.;i!iy i- properly or
taniz.. imi.- Imuii's lor toe U
amount of iai.P.,1 -,M k mo 1m.-i.Ii
r i . ii' n,t. .-. s bond- payable ".
per l III Of !he p. ill. j;.al .III. .'. l.e
Ut interest Cain.!, r of prill
ipal a. h war. To , nature boin -
for yun k. and h. n . t halite is ma.;.
tie- el.M khoi.ier wi i,--:trn hi- s'.k k t-.
son;.- rn-?. i io b. I..I I i,y him f.-r
th- t. i.. ii- ,,' '.. , The f il, ,
.C-. H1 lo "e ' t.lli , ..I'l V I ,e loin il
now holds for li e puip....- of -r- i
ine a inn! line Tt"- coiepafiv t. b a'-
t. toe '. lj... p.,,,., a, a ,., n,..
i r -i.t of t
r ;. ; -t
lent pt ;p i ! ; i,
t on I he p Id M
an-l -o oi. th:
; n'al . U
li i . n ; . a - -I
lie t" have i,
ar. tl.i- f:t.-m
p' in' ipal an
fit-t viar. .. ' !
.. pet cent iii I . I; !
;. r 1 he SWOII I I
p;..n r. d'K hiT
1 a' and t.i p i .. .
Am.: ' r d,. i I Th
i' pav f "...'. i 'w t
I i.u' ; ji.j : now
Imlld bold- t
it ititi-t.-st an J
r I." ai'pii -i
ualj. th" i
niain o r
no.i! I pai
out m a'
rel of u rrn
to .j propr'v to :' v i
l.l further --!. Ti e I' an-' In
dale lie tin lo iuie f,,; i!.,-e.- ,
n:i -:,r. nal.e reoair. ii-I par a
t -a ! i- If L.
plan proves feasible, bond holders
would be assured of getting their
money back with " per cent inferos:.
There was some doubt, in M;
Feuchter's mind as to the legal
phases of the proposition. He said
he had not consulted any attorney
about, it. He believed the state law
prohibited any corporal ion from buy
ing property or building houses for
anybody other than itself. This ob
ject ion might be overcome by having
a law passed by tlie state legislature
permitting citizens to organize for
the purpose of erecting public build
ings. Hut he believed the most im
poriant point in connection with th"
matter was whether or not the city
could raise the necessary1 $.", oeo.
Matter of Revenue.
John S. Aisihorpe said he was
heartily in accord wiih the sugges
tion to procure a city hall building
for Cairo. The import a ut, question
was whether or not the city could pav
a definite amount annually to meet
any obligations it might assume in
connection with the project, if this
could he guaranteed he felt tliei?
would be little trouble in finding ways
itiil means to get the building. But
it was essential to know first what the
city could do, what its income was.
and how much it could spare from
that income. Mr. Aisihorpe believed
a r.-ally company could be organized
Hi'l could acquire Ihe right to build
ihe city hall. The city could not seil
its property as had been suggested
but it could lei it under a leasehold to
i company under certain conditions
He believed that $".".nin) would b
sufficient to put up a building tha'
would meet all the needs of th,e city
for twenty years, at the end of which
time such additions could he built as
might be called for.
J. Ii. Magee expressed the belief
thai it was largely a question of city
Our Present Dirgrace.
Wood being called on for an
expression on the subject, as the for
mer .Avalcli-dog" of the city troa:;
urer. said he had been out of l he
"wauh-dc;" business for some years
ind doubted If he had ever been in it.
He knew tiial the present building
which was designated the city hall
was a disgrace to the city, and would
be r disgrace to any back woods tow n
in the country. He felt so muc'i
a-ham.'d of ii as a citizen that when n
stranger asked I'.im when' the city
hall was he invariably told him it was
away up town, or away down town,
voNing to where they happened to
lie. and especially if they happened
ii be riuht in front of the nasty place
Moreover, the structure was unsafe.
It... .....til.t I... t.fi-.j(.l to vi fuwitle
doubting if he eoii'd get out before i.
fell down. Th" property was not
worth over h except for revenue
J purpose.-, ihe sane' as oilier snack-'
It V .
believed Mr. Feu. 'iter
a plan which (ould b"
and he could be
lo do his part. There
de end. d Upon
. I ea-e the
fall, in- in
leel in -on
Dial a pl.i:
way- in which the ciiv
more money: either hi
valuation of property r.'
Tin r" v . re now abou'
bonds ouis landing which
a f. w .-os and must b"
way. It v as unfoi tuna!"
piopos. d in the council
s.fiii" v . a i s
fuu ! to pav
ami to create a sinking
these bonds when thy
failed This would ha..'
ity of bonded .1. bt iii tlr-
j fell .;ne h.-, i
j. h-ai.-d the ,
I in ar in' in ".
lb. li. ve.l i! ,,
11". N v. rl !. -s Mr. Wood
tl .it some phui ( mil l b" .!
airv Mr. F'U. hl. rs sugc '.-t
fl' ci .
t V ;--.( lo
J , Favor Licenae Ordinance.
j Ma.vor Pai -on- f.-ii me p:-. at ne,
'of ti. .jiai'.r- for tlie rilv offi. ia!
! lb' -a,d it ma- wrv mba n a-sinc
take "iiati". is into pte-ent plae
He would favor an. plan that pro!
i--. to uie Cairo a rre.li'.ibV ii'
a. i r
be'i '..'1 a:i.v bufbiiiiL-
W-i should be of I
'if- Ut melt ad t'-'
. t.-.piiM'in. i.t-. Th -
Itt of:ii7.-d the ill 'rfl'
:n i.il pha-e of 'le- seo
i ' . - i .. ti at of . v
o e- .i- tour h M he---
re.r n. u h cr a r
a r ( o; e of eat'" fit
'y had grown tX'-aGy
i.rn-.l,T.'i. l?iit te
.no - of th"-
i f-o.e i p..
- i iM s r. v
ar :: -! -hi' i
ti-'i it wa
a'th.-'ich t.i- ii
an - l i's n"-i
-.' th- I" ': f t'.at th" i it
IIKtlt" to II e t tlie p.iVtlie!!'
i :ri, -i (iy ha'l. if a r s
an I .racri.-al plan fiei'd ! .h
nd. r whii li nbl;'.- piri'-
.' t 4 "
through the critical ordeal with safety. No woman who uses
Mother's Friend need fear the suffering incident to birth; for it robs
the ordeal of its dread and insures safety to life of mother and child,
..... i. . - ... . ,
leaving hit in a tonumoii -wrr
more favorable to speedy re- W
covery. Tlie child is also
healthy, strong and good
ii'itnreH 1 "ir containing vuluv
II.UUl ill. i,t. information will be eiut
fri'C hy vvrlling to
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
era! revenue ordinance as. the possi
ble means ofi gelling Ihe lieeessar.'
money a license upon vehicles and
upon other things or occupation.
that ought to contribute something
for the liialiituinu'ice of the citv
government would produce consider
able revenue, and saloon license-;
iiilghl be raised $ 1 1 m per annum
which alone would yield $,7u0il a year
from T'l saloons. Such an ordinance
corld be enforce l without hurting
Mr. Feuchter said he had invested
in all manner of stocks without giti
tin;.' anything out of them: he would
he willing to go into a scheme to build
a 'city hall for Cairo, not carlti;?
whether he was "buncoed" or not.
Thus. K. O'Shea suggested the con
centration of the two present tire sta
tions on the city hall premises and
the sale of the two properties occu
pied for that purpose which would
iehl a handsome sum. The two com
panies could be maintained as now
under 'tlie same roof, and with our
streets paved they would be as avat1
able in the terrllorv which now they
serve, as they are now. He was will
ing to pay the proposed vehicle tac
even it the hucksters were not to be
Mayor Parsons moved that Chair
man Feuchter and two others to be
named by -hinr constitute a commit
t"e to take the subject under advise-
iiitnf and report. 1 ne motion was
carneil and .Mr. t-euclit.T named .May
or parsons ami w . n. w oou as r.ie
other i wo members.
Chairman Feuchter appointed May-
:u parsons to nave cnarge tn u:o next
Jamaica Ginger the Best.
The ginger grown in Jamaica com
mands more than double the price of
any other. Under favorable conditions
an acre will produce as much as
4,000 pounds, fiuring the last fiscal
year about. 1,400.000 pounds was ex-
ported from that island.
YOU WANT FOUR ESSENTIALS
IN YOUR BANKING INSTITUTION.
STABILITY. CAPABLE MANAGE
MENT. AMPLE RESOURCES. SER
FIRST BANK 4. TRUST COMPANY.
HAS ALL OF THESE REQUIRE
And White Goods.
AH Ihis week we will have on display
most beautiful lines of Laces and Ham
burg Edgings in sets to match, together
with an exceptionally fine and com
plete line of white goods, comprising
all the latest fabrics, patterns and
On our bargain counters among
numberless other good things we have
more than 2000yards of 10c and 121-2c
best standard bleached Muslins which,
on account of leak in our roof during
the las! snow storm, got wet and more
or less soiled, at, per yard
Wc also show new lines of Spring
Ginghams, Madras and Novelty Goods
of various descriptions.
And many other painful and
distressing ailments from
which most mothers suffer,
can be avoided by using
Mother's Friend. This rem
edy is a God-send to expect
ant mothers, carrying them
MALVIN FRANKLIN, SON OF MR.
' AND MRS. RICHARD FRANK
LIN HAS SEVERAL COMPOSI
TIONS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
.Malvin M. Franklin, .son of Mr. and
Mis. Richard Franklin of Blevenlli
street who some months ago went to
New York to launch his musical com
positions is meeting with more than,
ordinary 'success which will be a mat
ter of great gratification to his Cairo
friends ami admirers of his talent who
always have been sanguine of his
His latest composition to find favor
wiih the public is 'Magpie Rag" pub
lished by the well known linn of Jos.
W. Stern .v.- company of New York.
Tie' publishers pronounce this the.
h- st ins lime composition they ever
pi biisheii and lids is sav ing a great
"Callosity." a topical song, the
music of which was written by the
youim musician and the words by
Jeff T. Hranen. also the "Hot Choco-la".-
Rag" bv Mr. Franklin are meet
ing with most pleasing recognition,
'.'bib u song be has just completed
is to l.M- sung by Jefferson d'Angelis,
th" noted actor.
The young composer has more than
starred on the road to success and
with his native talent, nod admirable
iterg.v and perseverance his ambi
tion to become a success in his
chosen line of work seems assured.
Qishpan a Social Factor.
The humble dishpan has been as
sailed with anathemas, and many clee
er minds are bent on finding soma
means of ostracizing the horrid thin
from the kitchen, but the fact remains
that the more shining it is from use,
the move it reflects the ennobling qual
ities of toil. Denver Republican.
bread and ides
Get your chocolate eclaire amf
crei'in puffs at II. Gnntlier'a, L'it
Bight Ii street.
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