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THE CAIitO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1909.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN itablliaad UN. aftltihtd Dally and Snndar a aallatfa Oontpaa- at N tikio Stroll. fkODM M. ubecrlptlon Rates by Mall la? arlablr Ouk la AdTaaaa. Oat fear, Dairy aadaaday m .KM ubacrlptlon Rata by Carrier m a Moatk a awBtb r Mnlar ta Oalro jr earriar, onUlda of Oalro, Notloa to Subacrlbara jbwrlbart will oourer a favor tr attlaa to tali ofBoo any lack of proapl dallvary oti la part of oarrlara. MuUr4 at (k Cairo Po.toffloe aa aoond-iM Mall Matter. CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Average number of complete ami perfect copies of tha Cairo Bulletin printed daily and Sunday during the year 1908 2084 Average numeber of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bulletin printed daily and Sunday during the month of January 190! 2422 January Circulation, 1 ,...2454 2 2152 t 3.. 4.. 5.. G. . 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14. J 15.. ....2387 ....2417 ....2441 ,...2427 ....2435 .,..,24 30 ....2430 2380 ....2440 ....2410 ....2432 ...2427 ,...2421 lti.. 17.. 18.. 19., 20. . 21.. 22. . 23. . 24. . 25.. 2C. 27.. 28.. 2-3.. 30. . 31. .2-m 2373 2429 2424 2434 2125 2424 2370 2420 2120 2410 245S 2423 24!!i . 2380 are Ignored. Men who are disposed to look at the serious phase of the mutter, ami able to Indue, lutein, gently will not fall to reeoRiilw the report submitted by the alderman and his committee a one of the most Important documents that has U-on presented to the council audi to the people of Cairo In nuiny yearn. ! Certainly It Is the first of its kind given to the public since Col. C. O. I'atler wan mayor. It Is comprehen sive, reliable, concise, Intelligible; it Is especially Important and Inter estlim in view of the discissions that have been going on at the Mer chants' Luncheons and elsewhere, an. I It ought to. and probably will, serve as the basis for such action by the city council and other bodies, AtMttttttttttttttlttttttf 5 i aa- W va m W W "ar s c a)iaa.a)a.lia..lalaa.a TODAY IN HISTORY February 4. I.x7--Bishop White of Philadelphia ordaini'il Bishop of lVniisylvan- la by the Archbishop of Canter- bury. 1S2 1 Congress by resolution offered a siiip to cotiiey the Manpils de Lafayette to America. lSiU Tiie Confederate congress ne' at Montgomery and i hiced Jef ferson Ials president of the Confederate States of America, ISC I- The Fun ny Bone Jokes Can Win Laughs in Every Nation Kugagemeiit hitweou I'llioil :t 1 1 I Confederate troops a! Moor held, W. Va. 1 S s ( liiugley shipping bill passed the House of Representatives. 1887 Interstate Commerce Commis sion established. 1 Situ-Centenary of the Supreme Court of the Cnlted Slates celebrated. 1901 Carrie Nation began her liquor crusade In Kansas. The above is a correct statement of the crculation of The Cairo Bulle forthe year 1908 ami for the month of January, 1909. CLYDE SULLIVAN. Business Manager, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of February, 19 )9. LKO J. KLEB, Notary Public. Tha Bullatln la an aala at tha follow ing placaa: Colaman'i, 114 Eighth Straat Halllday Houia Nawa Stand. Blua Frant Restaurant. C. B. Hosmer, the intelligent young negro of Springfield, 111., who is here In the interest of Booker T. Wash ington's industrial institute, has me' with much encouragement In Cairo. It Is stated that he will have eight or ten young negro students from her, and some financial aid Is also forth coming. Tuskegoe is one of the nit at famous and most mcritorius Institu tions in the country, doing the best possible work for the negro race aul so fur as thut race is concerned, fir the crutitry. It has been so reetg nized by while ciluv:s everywhere tnd net without good cause. as the exigencies of the situation therein set forth clearly and per emptorily demand. 'I'lie all important and till over shadowing tact shown In the report is, that the city is on entire year behind in1 Its running expenses. All of the money which the city re ceived from saloon lleens-s, on the first day of this month has already gone to take up warrants issued last year for last year's expenses; all of the money yet to tie received from the corporation tax an 1 from all other sources whatsoever, will go to take up warrants issued la.st year for last year's expense and on the 31st iluy ot December next, as it did on the 31st of December last, the city will owe, as Alderman (Ireanoy sa.s, in the neighborhood of $75,000. in addition to this the city will owe $59,01)0 in bonds a tcial debt tf $134,000, or about $33,000 beyond the constitutional limit. This condi tion is of gradual growth during many years, and, as Messrs. Ais- tiiorpe and Wood nail at the Lunch eon Saturday, it is not. at ail alarm ing. in view of Cairo's great indus trial and corporate wealth. But tv have pressing needs without the1 means to satisfy them Is poverti. From The Cairo Bulletin published and poverty is-"tievelis-li incuti-: by John H. Oberly). venieilt." 1 The--city streets were lighted with gas on t!i ,. nilit of Nov. :;rl after What's to be done about it in th.?naving ,.,, in ,:u.:,u,s f,. Bvel.ui case of the city of Cairo? ; months, ouin to a .ii. aureeniont be Under the guidance of Dr. I'a'-Jl Itw.-n the ga. 'eomi.anv and the ( it v O. Schuii the illscuHsion- at tiu I ,.,. n Merchants' Luncheon last Satur luy j was directed again toward a sola-; At ttu, ,.;,.(.ti ,, hll)I 0I1 Xov 3r, tion of the fiuancial problem which jCairo KaV( the' Head of the D in. is presented in the city hall propo-1 ,.,..,,.- ir ..,,-.,,;.,. ti... sitlon. It was agreed by all that, j Democratic majority h the enthe un.ler the state laws as they nowico,UItv w.a8 ,,- . u i,vi was stand, and with the debt now ham,' j elected sheriff ami Tims. Wils.-n Biography, The lit. Hev. Thomas F. Hockey, the successor of the late Bishop Mo- Quaid of the Roimtn Catholic Diocese of Rochester, was horn in Rochester, February t, 1801. After serving as rector of several churches in near bv towns Father Hickey was called to RRoRehoster to assume the rcetorshin of St. Mary's church in that city. I i hy FRANK T. Mcl.MlRK. Cuiuedlan. tttittt.ttcf.ttttttu CAIRO IN 1 874 A lniie.li is a lindlicr to a tear. Jt is a matter of common knowledge anion;; criiniiioloists that the more liat'letieil (he criminal the less suseeitihle lie is In liimiol' -ill fact, tile great er the criminal instinct the less the tlevelopiueiit of the sense of hunior. It is also a matter of iiiiiver-a! know leilue that a misanthrope is devoid of humor, and hv the same process of reasoning it follows that the pliilaiithi'opist is keenly alive to the inirth-pro-vokimr iialities of a jod story or a clever witticism. It does not follow that the higher developed edu cational homo is a hotter audience than he who has had no such opportunities for mental aggrandize ment. Humor is not peculiar to any country or nation ality ouch nation .lias its own peculiar ideas as to what constitutes humor. The psychology of a laugh can ho defined as the otithurst of a healthy mental condition possessed hv one who is ipiick to see the mint of a joke or the risibilities of a situation. With the actor more than with any other individual, dear enunciation and exactness of delivery is necessary to provoke laughter. His one great aid. however, is the situations provided hy the author, which aid materially in his aim to keep his audience in good humor. 1 have found in mv experience as an actor that climatic conditions have also muc h to do with the receptive character of the audience so far sis provoking laughs. The northerner is uiekcr to at -knowledge the point of a j'oke than his hrother of the south, and, notwithstanding much that has hceii said to the contrary, New York women are not far behind the men in their nhility to discern the humorous character of a situation or a lino. At the matinees, where children are more in evidence than at SAVES MUCH LABOR DISHWASHING MACHINE HOUSE KEEPERS' FRIEND. Doe Away with the Most Dlflagrea ablo Work of the Kitchen Also Prevent Breakage from Hurried Cooks. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Clr, Alexander County, Population 10,147. iill.tlr evening performances, juveniles enjoy a lamrh as well as their elders and generally show their appreciation of the efforts of the actor to amuse in a more pronounced fashion. Such performances as were give:! at the Cairo opera bouse last uiglit and the night before came properly within the meaning of the ordinances prohibiting improper shows, and ought not to be permitted. They are utterly without merit from any point of view, serving only to pander to what Is low in human nature. Almost the same thlirg may be said of the performance at tl.? Arcade last night, and one at the Pivthe Koine nights ago. Such per formances or picture shows at the Eights street places are even wors, than those referred to at thf Opera House, because ladies, children, Iks and girls, attend them without knon lng in advance what is to be present ed. In other cltlea strict watch is kept on the picture shows ami all manner of regulations are enforced. Intended to protect the patrons not only from physical harm. but. fiom moral barm as well. Lets have a li' tie more of that sort here. A MATTER OF MONEY. The esteemed Evening Clllz-n' attempt to discredit the financial Blatftnent submitted to the council Tuesday night by Al lernian Un a ney as chairman of the Fi.ianr Committee, is ingenious but it will not bear the llgit of reason. It takes exception to th alder man's statement that the city's run ning expenses last year exceeded its revenue by I9.2S4JS, claiming that the excesa of xense over income wad $17.To9.23. The mistake tee ronteniKrary makes is that It would count the cost of levee woik as part of the "running expenses' f thi city, out reruses to tase into ac count the existence of the Lev I nn.l out or vnictt this cot was paid. Ujr way of illustrating its conten tlen It offers t'ie cas of "Jones." It says: "Jones bad f 1,00.1 in the bank. he earnej l,wi last year, his ex peditures during the year were t?,- OOO; Where Is Jones? He is br.ike and Is ll.nofl in debt.- But If the contemporary applied the same nle of rcawming to "Mr. Jones"" case that It insists on ap plying to that of the city of Cairo, it would ignore tne $l.flfl wiiicta "Jones" tid in the bank and brine Mm out $2 In debt ir.tea.l of $1. feOO. Evidently the contemporary has "slipped a cog." If tier I any defect In tke report It Is to be fouad in the failure to count the twa-mfli librarr special ta among the receipts. This would r luce the deficit of laet year by IJSS9 and of this year by about 1'0. This probably was a clerical cversigbt ' lng over the city, the most equit able solution, if not the only one is to be found in a license ordi nance, not only for the city ha'l but for the manifold other pressing needs of the city. And Dr. Schuh sounded, a not! which met with general approval, and will doubtless m et witn gen eral approval from the public, win n he declared that t?S? bur-Jens of any license ordinance that might b passed by the city council saoul l b distributed as much as possible should not be made to fall wholly upon any one" class of citizens, saloon men druggists, or any other one class. This was also Cue view expressed' by Mayor Parsons aa a previous Lunch eon. It is a manifestly fair and correct view. i 110 liulletin some time ago urged that the matter of a license ordinance be taken up with the city's able counsel and tha. It bo ascertained what lines of busi ness and occupations can he sub j cted to a license. There Is rea son to believe that the city aas a!- rca ly ordinances on th. books de manding a license feet from all that it can ruder the law. ami some; that it can not; bit some of the.-e1 can be raised somewhat without! Irnpotdng undue bur. lens upon a -y one. 1 One thing is os- nfial above all ' others ii. the consnhrat ion of this; vtry iai)itaiit question, viz: tin1, ned of keeping away from it all taint of class, or of fa ti"tilstil or partyism. It is a question of municipal eeotionil. s cf such trail sccndeiit iini'iirtano to the .iti ft 111 Mini, it y taat it lesser interests an ! tercsts certainly aie of the whole city, that puseiits iti-elf gentlemen of tlx city is-s above all all otlo-r in- b-ss than tin s The i.i' -Co 1 to u.- an 1 t couiii i! is n. t (;ne of choice. It is tu t ul at th. ;. or we would like to do. or I1.1t they or we think t-hoiiid be di t-. The question is: What ,im s lie law say we may do. and what do cir cumstances tell us we must .!. if this city is to be placid t-nn a sound financial footing and if it U to le provie. with cffii-b-nt f'-rvl' In its ser"al departments? cunty commissioner, wirhcut opposi tion. John II. (ii.,-siiian was elected coroner by 71 majority. William Hartzell, of Han.l'ilph, Deinrtcrat, Tor ccinrress had 2'H majority in Alexander comity, and carried 'the district. The telt,-aphic columns of the lirlletii, in Mcat.'il a grout laud slide in favor of the Democrats : throughout tiio country. 1 The l ulletin cf Nov. fith note.l the 'sudhn .h'Kth in Memphis of Them, as Wright, father of Mrs. V. P. !lia!ll.l:i and of Marion C. Wright, j Mr::. W. :'. Hallbiay and Mrs. II. I.. 'Halllday went to Memphis to attend I the funeral ! Ar this time Cairo had a "Liberal I A.-sc.i iatioii," a scciciy or inlbb-ls or j in e thinners, which Pad a hall fituvl Up i-l uhich lei-turts were givei. i from time to time by well known '. men of unbelief. Spiritualists wot' ! also active- and held seances, con ducted bv noted Spl. itiia'ists se I cur. d for the purpose. Rev. Mr. iThaver. (;f the Presbyterian chut.-h, ; was the only local clergyman who 'hit b;: k at til' o position. lie was : .1 biilliaiit com ni rsialist. Editi r 111, rly in ai e. f e jni ntly as a valiant cha.npioii of the (Titistiu 1 ealK . au l Seemed til derive 111 11 Tl f !i from iiis frequent contli. t.'. On Noi. i.tli. a meeting of Di mo tafs and Liberals was held to maVe arranui meiits for a jollilii atlon on the niilit of Nov. 12th. Among those vhu ,llticiiated, i.r Welt- llallle-l in cotnmitt. s were Tims. Wilson. III. I. Alter. J. H. Plnllis. Henry Win ter, . L Wickwiie A. Coniiug. Thos. 'V. Haililay and James Carroll. We may answer (he question. "Why should pulilic libraries he open Sunday mornings?" hy asking another: "Wny should they not ho open Sunday mornings if a suUiciont numher of their patrons de sire it?"' We will assume that public libraries are what the name implies, and that the lbs ton library was really "erected by the mu nificence of citizens and dedicated to the advancement of learning." Such an impor tant part of the equipment of Boston should be available to those of its citizens whose occupations keep them busily cnpiged during the week days, ami u uw are to share in tin; culture, knowledge and entertainment which are gained by access to the sin Ives of this public in.-t it ution, it must be opened at a reasonably carlv hour on Sunday mornings. Open the Libraries on Sundcy By ARTHUR M. WATSON, Stc'j Carpenter Dist. Council, Bolloo, Uayor, dKORGH PARSONS. Clerk, It. A. HATC.WR Trea-mrer, THOMAS U. MAHON.' City Attoruey, FRANK MUOKU. Ciptroller, EKNR8T NOROM 4a, Police MarlRtrate, A. J. IMW3. Chi! of Police, M. 8. MAQAK Dishwashing Is the bugbear of tho kitchen. Doing one's own work would be a pleasure were it not for tho In evltublc cleaning up. Some women who cannot afford t cook will do without a new dress II order to pay a small girl to keep tin dishes clean after each meal. Yel this same woman would be ipilte lior rilled Ht the thought of buying a dlidi washing machine. The modern woman has to be edii cated up to the idea thut it Is folly ti use one's hands where a machine wil do as well. I'eiliiips the fault lies will the old makes of dishwashers, which took as long to clean us to wash tilt dishes. The newest machines are situ pie in construction, easy to clean, anc moderate iu price. The best dishwashers are nuuh witli a galvanized iron cylinder, ink which is fitted a cylindrical tray ot i0lilotlh ,, umoZ ixmiTl.wlr Alexander County, Population M 4tr, County Clerk, JRSSH H. MIL .Ml, Circuit Clerk, ALFRKI) nitOWN. Sheriff, FRANK K. DAV1H State'i Attorney, A LUX. WII.30!1 County Superintendent of School "ROF. JOHN SNYDER, Aaaeaaor and Treaauner, VRUU A, oarrf of County r-mmlilnra. J. J, JENNRLLR jC3Tirma. C. V. NEFF. DR. BDWIN OAUS1. TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RYS Rpll I Inp cars clue to It-nve Ho-oiii Ht. kC utu Line iim north on 1'omiiicrctM Ave every .) inlmiti B rroin II a. m. tu II p. m. umnK norin.on w alnut Hl.every 16 intnutea from tlriiH a. in to 10;M p. in. Pnrtlir lino Hoi brook Ave. car due I uyiUI Ol. lo itave Hwond Ht. go- basket, the cylinder is half fillet tthh soapy water, which is brought tc the boiling point when the dishes art put into the tray or basket. There is usually a ledge for the plates, which are stood on end, tin saucers are put next, then the cun. m.; l:!a. m and finally the other dishes. All thai ! is necessary Is to plunge the trap intc the cylinder, turn the crank a coiipl of times, reverse it and the dreadec task of dishwashing is done. The tray is then lifted out, set or (he reversed cover and scalded will' clean boiling water, which ipiickiy evaporates leaving comparatively ti-u dishes for di ying. A dishwasher not only saves time but prevents breakage from hurrh coei.s. nen a woman does Her owi; work not the least advantage of ma chine dishwashing is that it pro tects the hands from the scaldim water. In using a dishwasher as In the ordi nary process much depends upon ch;.ning up the dishes before puliia-. them iu water, l'ans ami pots should be carefully scraped and have boilitij. water put in them as soon as used. . The table china should bo scraped with a rubber scraper, which will not injure the iinest ware. If possible- tin refuse should be burned and it is be: ter to do the scraping into an old pan rather than over the sink, who:., drains may be clogged with gn-a.se. 7:12 a.m. ami on thti Home milium overy houf until 1():CJ unit ilii-J p. m. minis west on Twenty-RlKhth St. at 6:4M; 8:l:i; G::il. It.ti an:l 7:01 a. m. and on name inlu uti H every hour mull 1J:;M and 11:04 p. iu. l'ciiilar St. rare due to pans St. Mary'i park 15 minutes after IcavliiK Second St, Rplf lino flu;! Pare on Walnul ::) d. m. l:!)4 I i:M a. iu.; B:Wa. m.; 4:3Ua. ru.; on t'ommerclal 12 d. m. 1 a. in. 1 a in. a. ni. 4 a. in. o a. in. lull and owl cam are dun to pan Wn Thirty-fourth SU 10 uiluute after leavln Second St. 'I'lie catiss wlrlcli Itave led up to t!ie closing of Wi institution oi. Sumlav moruin-rs will dear analvsis. Frotir an executive who in another state will advocate a superannuation pension for city employes, while at home these same employes are U iiig discharged by the wholesale, if with in strikiiie; ui.-t.UHc of superannuation, tut-h petty fcoiioinici miglit well 1-e eVpeeled. If the iiit'.iiei.' of any or all of the various religious denoiitinatiotis lias h n used to brine; this about, in order indirectly to increase the at- tendan.e at chiir.-h servn-es, it should be sharply iv-ented. The -op!e will choo.-e fr th.-tii.- lus where they will spend their time, ami chuivh attendant o rh.ii!l h v.jliintary, not forced. " .... i . If ( Ui!. in t!ie library deparlmeiit wish (ami very property i a it miat aii-l re -enable anionnt .of time fr their own jiurpos. they !n!'i r sai r-l. or in ir plaice IECAL DECISIONS : tt4lila(l j.,u!.l not i;- ..ura-- the ap'intiiieiit of .-uili.-ieiit ,-ul.st it utes or a.-si.-t.in-s t p. rm.t of the public bein- ,-erved as is it- rieht. ()rani-.l labor will (sympathize with ami bnci up these eiiijiloyes in any d.-mand for hoiii- atnl P-muneration, but will riot rc-ar.i tneir positions a- i . i :l t tb-:r duties of such importance as to pivciuio tne po ,,uny o. !i ir phuts hem,' filled by trained Mil.Mituies on .tiimay inoi mugs. 'i i puM,r library i.s a great educational and h aveinn..' iiilluen.-e in the conit unity, and iio curtailiie'iit of its service should be permitted. , . ii . i. . .. .: tl,.,t .,,rl ,t tin. lomnmnitv who-e j Vkl.lt ll Wo.,: 1 WofK ail liijii-ut-e u "'ii i""' .- ui!.:'e!il nl ethical avcs-ims are ar : li.Mtndctl hy the oppor tunities for -r ti.lv. research and ii 1 1 r t .1 ' 1 1 mi nt there provii Sand Soap. Half a bar of cuarse Hand soar should iilwayK-be kept within reach of the right hand of every dishwasher. Rub the half-bar right on to the bot tom, both inside and outside, of all Raucppaiis and spiders. Follow this with a scrubbing with a five-cent sink brush, kept up a little higher than the wire soap dish for the sand soap, and fashioned differently fiom tin reirular brush used for the sink. l: training one's self to always ns both sand soap and brush, pot n I pan washing is robbed of much of it.s much talked of dislike. An occasional dip ping of the pan brush on to the cake of common soap kept near will lemovi every Vestige of g lease. IS HO GOOD ofos' t XV LKcBlACK SMiitiiNC Yartr.'i is Fisc Stationiky. IrYovn rto-NAccDzrcsDsToAsrfx-rcr 0,v lie Way Youi ffUSSpLOttl flon-mx Yov (a AfroiP Xcr To 7&J&fA OJJCDjTATIOXZftf PRICES WITHIN EASY REACH OF ANY BUSINESS. IET US QUOTE YOU. THE BULLETIN CO. Bet all thin la ' --"- r rr.er rri flair. 4 'ii'"! 4 Tribute to American Skill. Obnervea the London fh'n:,i, r: London the nian who d. aiand. i. fpect hag his c loth, s rjr.d . ffir l.iru But no .w Ytnk man who Is not a millionaire or near It hns atiT'hin; but Mot clothes. And thf r h.1 IT.adp cloth ea am o srsuidardlzeii tha' you hare but to co.-f. ru your in lit: nd you arc rltxhtd In Ann ii a. Royalty en Exhibition. In tt eihtetith ceiKHiy ih Lnn doner could look at roa'ty on Sua lay for a ruodiM fv. In a tuid-- to LondoB, published in 176T. It was aa; I. "At St. Jamil' itini-t l imai hy J,ri'k talf at the aide dexr and !',' ; ir a tMllir.g for fit h perfsun Into tln hand of ere who opris It. j'u rr.ay bav admit'ance and :ami dtirir e rii Tine aervlce In pre?' nee of thiir Biajftle; ari! for t,r ht!!trn e-h persi.n mor, you may t't In their roy al prm- not In pe, f-nt in tun- Bp aat on the tid "f tbetn " Injures Cauted by Neglect cf Shipper to State True Weight rf Goods- !n lianna v. 1'itt. ! ', N.-w tiik eiij,'i :e nt. 14.. I' f. niiitit .!. !ive!. . to a st. aiuship eotiii.;iii fi r -. i ; 1 1 1 , nt a pi.-t e if n,K!:i:n-!j un ii r t' e ri ir. fn i.t.it ion tb it Wilgtit Would let rr-e,I '. iuni. The riiairmi'v. lio-.r. neiglieil 1 1 w Hiin !-i. I'lairtifT a! I.ted that, l.v i.a.-.in id tie- nd.-n-p-r.-M'iita:ti. the -t .i :i,s:.l i nmjia-iv ntn iepl 1 to unloa I it ith n ru 1 in iy tiii.tldi to Haul the attain, and t!.J ,t br-t.e. :iiii:iz in :o: ;- to a t i ,-or- to hem t.e o.tii! ai, t.l'liced t'i r- -poti-l in .U'lian s, i j in-titt :. 1 ata.'.-t t'.- r t r.-ii vir t'.. n-n ? p-ii I N w Y a S.Ti'f n.- it l-'l! a tbe m ii:M "f t'e ! l.ir.ei H la.-il dt r'lire.l P t'e' :f; r a the s l.i i r. no r. eo-.'ii tiM t- ,,a 1. A.-j -i-ip TP. thf-t a- Literal. "Old Cuf lami"4 in fc' r-r.tj in tls bar f.-t. ten rar a,-o. w be'a got niiei.rfin " Ttm dtml aay! W hy. ln'a r.4 a r,-t.s' T.r,,- to Daljr Thought rj fi ti rman' ft'Iy t;-f -jl ; Tii..t tv iiri:f"Ttn!y lnc:-i apirir all , unh;n t f u f.?f'i Tf a. ki ll's. I-''.;"' bright ':!;!. i About Santa Claua. I Tw boy dat r,.i i: ti' In Sic'; Claoa. !d I'nrl. K!-. H "Vat d- aarrw at trow d nr f Hal dg t in1 nuffln' Lot f-m itv- j.ri-l y taltea t Wn' '" t rtmy Tmrmnt Vm . At f n A' p ;.4.-l", Suffrage for All hut Idiots f Caafrruata Gr. A. Pcam, tlanUnd. I 1. p ee in i;nier-.i' ii;!: - -e. Iliiii I onl v Ii. 'i'li'i v .iii-i i onv ii : ,oii i 1 . ; i !.;. A foutnl'il. this was a government of all the j'i;!e, bv all the ieo;.Je. ami for nil tie- -! aii'l 1 1 - t a g niiiii lit of all tlie jti!t I'V a part "f llie Jm-oj ainl for a j 'art of 1 i : '"!. L'tiie ni! -.ulTiat ' is tl.e i.leal ihi-iIi'hI of coi.tr.il in I'ojuiiar e.r., !,!ii.-i:t ami the tTort ami Mel m v .-'.tiM - coritimial'v to n iu'iie ralhir than to a!-l r-strii tioti-J t t!ie fr'-e! mi "f :'s i i rt ie are! to n:n ir h-iil witl.in ix-Kt. rath, r than to i Chribtmas Cake. Ont and one half pounds butter and one ami one-half pounds sugar, nihil ,! to a cre-iin, 1 i'gi-6, yolks and whites beaten separately, one-third pint ol molasses, two tenspoonf lis cloves, two oft i h na inon , t w o of a 1 1 s i dee, t wo of inat two good teaspotinfiils soda sifted thiough two pounds of flour s vi tal ti'nes. one nutmeg grated, one tab!.' spoonful leiiien, two p, mills of -n: ranis, two pounds raisins seeded and chopped. one half pound citron chopped, two-thirds cupful brand. I'.ake slowly nearly three bonis. This ipiau'ity makes thiee large loaves. Ico cicely, put away in jar In a cool place, and It will keep a year. Cl-fp Doughrt.t Recipe. The nil!. iv. i-l-: is h carefully t-R'ed recipe lor doughnuts, or what would be mine correctly called crullers: Mix a scant eiiptni or sugar wph nn t-g; a' ! n pteie of hii'ter the size of In- it r 'it. After caretully creaming m' . upful of milk and two cupful of lite., sifted with two It axpotuilula of i . ! i.i powder and a pinch of a!t i-tir together and tmn out on a mlxlni; hoard. If in ed' tl. add more flour enmmh to roll out. fry in smoking hot laid. After Iriym diain Iioiii gl . and toll thi-U in niigar. BOOTS AND SHOES Maaufaclured. Repaired. Wurk neatly antf niui tiinc nr bv ', lit K 'H hvlf tit ly ilone by lirhiij your lyOjUlELLER '.l I Marliin. . C. N H.'liui.x. K I I t tT N K. Kilcoync Electrical Co. House Wirlnjj and Fixture Work a Specially. Temporary Headquarter f)!.! ushinuton Aveuue. I'ln.ut s: . II. .me ill lli li .till St't'Lsliir ('nn! rails. Ta o lUfratklaf Urlak la tka MarU i t iu.: II tl.-H.-c In toe r anv j- rtioii of the n , .in, a.i : ')-i;t,,e l'. ' M SHI of j-'-jiiihir piorn tin nt poit i;c tl who ti.. Hot jtartii ij'.t'e in V. '' i;. r -t j'rt.h.-tt'Uiarv r'-: n tit r;i t" !-.ti of A', r.i an nrv !,ir-e j.irt on ff c-rr f trmh' t',. r-. n.l the dj-'.:' r of t a-:.! r.;'n.:-r.i. W.- tho hi-. t 'I.' I. kh h t! rt . v! . :i r .'V f'.fr .'if u tl.ta.!i I". - .n Lt ilvA-jit t at jr'-tnt ii'iv lrf-tow i:jnn Wl t'e (It i'i'li' J-';."'.i! :.n iot:-tiTi t '';-'!:i , li;.-! ol fp tn t'-e '.-st .r'e a a far to 'tv.. us fr.!ii the re it toa-- of UT.o--vt: tl-l -T it lit 1. Baked Apple'Puddcnn la vry t-in:ple ami Inexpensive and ina lie made with one cupful i t flour one -k. one-half cupful of milk one flair i-iiplul or sutar. tniie teasptioiifi.t of Puking poder, two tbles;iifinf'ils of butter and s-ix nour apples Sift thf Rour trnl bakiti? jiwd' r teirHhr. Iwaf tlie eta and nd.k together and cream the Putter and joicar. Add rli ce and milk ai-ernatt ly Ph 1hi flour to the cT'aned Pti'ter ar.d sugar and faiei w ltii one fourth of a taioonful of va nilld. !'' I the ai pl-a and lir them in'o a Im'ter dish and over them imi '.he la"er. HaKe atKiiit 2i) minutes. Vinegar B-tu t. Ttk; two rpiatt.n four, tw U re In. t, - coon lard or hiin r or chicken far t:l i l'j tal de-ixns virifcar. on) toa.imn sou;;, t'lrn d 'li into tne Tim-car. j then ! I 'he flour. lUat two eeg. 1 lightly ar.1 add to thin Make a doish j l:h maim aatr s-ti,T -notieh to roll j out. Cut ith Hsrnit cutter to thirl;. ' tVcki one ibcb. Lke in quick ojlx Thanka! Be rg an Optirr .t Tf. rteondogk-al condl'ions." lU an ct'Umiit ia hfjirf fnm wr-arM tk. ri.iraj elrl. ery ar e ;. to rrk a forfr. n n, i.n - y- - Ti Keep Hoping. r.fr.Jarr.in: If fortnn j.Jay the 151 BaTTLF.a it all f oad Ban, UrrrlM mmi Huuli Casper Vellinraeyer & Co House Movers and General Wrecking Contractors. 206 Commercial Ave. An Enpianation Needed. A late now 1 ypt-ak-i of the heroine a "!ioiinillii3 -i'h Jov." rr.ii n niis'ltieii ciitir wants to Viou '-what that mt"an. (Hi.- it np; thteirli we Iiaia an id 'a wla: it iiic.u.s to ! ,hoppius niad." Eternal Providence. What in me i dark, i'l iniirte; wrat Is low, raise and nun'', that to tha iieicht of this arat a-purm-nt 1 may arsrt eteinal r:m:d-Tice. snl Jus'ify thf wa of God o tn n. J.,tn M.I-ton. A Gift Tim TrnsugtSt. Pessimist ' I'm poi'ie fa quit rrgi. Mine a!ou1 my lot I s.-n to be com piatirp;T well off " i;tirr!ist "Ah! What mad a the Heht?" -I've just Wn thtrklne how many fxtrer reia'ii ea I fcave." Cult vate Dec it-en. It I a iia of iHikr."! n-4 to know ym;r i wn n inl. Pa'.l younvlf np and deif-rmine to deej.i. a ,p k!y in tahfc. evfT v . have to do. It la ail a matter