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THE CAIIO BULLETIN SATURDAY MORNING.,. AUGUST 20, 1910.
f stsndr.r.l white 40' b: new N. 2 Wiitt 11. '' Tips -On How about that Knife, Watch, Piano, Auto, Horse, Buggy that you don't care for any longer-but that someone- surely, wants? A little Want Ad in this paper will tell your story and put you in touch with scores that have something that you have not-but who want what you have. Costs but a few coppers! Great scheme, isn't it? Well, get it to action. Use one of these little wonder workers but just now Read and Answer a Today s PEOPLE'S COLUMN Rat For CUsslfUd Nota. One Insertios., pr wort .fl Three Insertions, per word 92 One week, per word -06 One month, per word 1 No . advertisement Inserts tr less ttas Wenty-flve eeat. FOR WENT. FOR RBNT Consnt ft Resale balldlm at Thirty-fourth asrl Com mercial suitable t tor saloo. Rest reasonable, D. F. McCarthy. FOR RENT Brick cottage 427 Twentieth. J. B. Reed, 419 Twen tieth. . FOR RUNT Modern house, In first clang repair, two lots, 427 Eighth street. A. P. Scbroeder, Grand Chain, 111. FOR RUNT Business house, 40? Commercial. Apply J. H. Jones. : TOR HUNT Cottage 331 Twenty . eighth street. $12.00. Newly paper ed and painted. I). F. McCarthy. ; FOR. RRNT -Six room modem 'cottage, 1705 Poplar. Fred G. Fahr, Hi truth street. I FOR RKNTModern front room. 21 i Fourteen Ih street. FOR ftALt. FOR faWLK-Baled oat hay, $0.00 per Ion. ,l. F. MeOnrtliy. Pell phone KiO. Home I'liono 3!)2. FOR SALE Underwood Typewrit er, practically new. Phono Bell 231. ; Perplexing. ' Territorial (his first experience as Sentry, gutnu over Mis Instructions)-If ktny on" comes along I say: "Halt! Who goes there?" Then he sn.vs, "Friend," and I ny, "Puss, friend; all's veil" Put snini. silly ass'll say. l'.tieiiiv." and then 1 shan't ku"v what to do. Rotten Job. 1 call it. Punch. I Indignant. The mirr of a small town had come :to Leipzig to see the fair. A stranger jwho had lest his way asked tinii, " Pray, good honest man. what is the name of this street?", "1 am not a good honest man," said the former; "I am the mayor of Mar burg." Distinction, if No Difference. "Why do you want to marry my Slaughter?" : "I'm no object of charity; I wouldn't accept your money in any other way." New York Press. Superfluous. Rolllngstone Nomoss-Wot does "su perfluous" menu? Tatterdon Torn A ha ih robe nn" a cake of sonp.-Phlla (i.'iniiln Record. -t. 5 Quer. but the man who doesn't nerd credit l the one who ctin most emtii)' get it.-Portland Ex pre. ' J, ,V Time Saved Between Cairo and Cape Girardeau by using the 1v Leate Cairo at 7:05 a, m Arrive Charleston at, 8:17 a. m Leave Charleston at 11:47 am A ri tv' Motley at 10:28 a.m Loavo Morley (Frisco) at. .10:45 a.m IAr. Cape (lirnrdeau at... .12:45 Noon RMurnlng Lv. Cp Girardeau (Frisco) 2:30 p.m "'Arrive Morley 3:38 p.m Lv, Morley (Iron ML) 5:47 p.m Arrive Charleston 4 mi t.m Leave Charleston 5:40 p.m Arrive Cairo ... . .. . . . . .7:09 p.n Tickets t Uio l-.r.f p. H. Payne, Q. P. A., St. Loola, Mo i, E. tuby, F. nd T. A., Cairo. Bartering or Exchanging Anything Want i Ads . FOR SALE Two roll, top desks, one standing 'desk, one filing cabinet, typewriter, safe, platform scales, plat form trucks, two wneel trucks, two stake wagons, harness, horse, etc. Enquire Bloms-lTallday Co. FOR SALE Household goods al most given away. 829 Twenty-first street. FOR RALE Gasoline launch Adol'ph, rr feet. long, 8 foot, bean), 2-1 h. n. engine. Cheap if taken at once. C. E. Hamilton. WANTED. WANTED Boy over 16 years ld who is willing to work. Apply this office. WANTED To rent six room house modern conveniences. "M." Bulletin. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED A good practical tinner and one that can do furnace work. J. C. Spence, Carbondale, III. ""WANT ED First, class veneer cut ter for White-BIakesles lathe; want a man who is strictly sober, a hust ler and capable of keeping his machine in first class order. Wages $3.50 per day. Pay once a week. Address A. B. C., care of Bulletin. WANTED Yornff man to sell goods on (rains. Must have good se curity. Apply at Big Four station. Fnion News stand. MISCELLANEOUS. TRY Our Bargain Counter, for sell ing or buying cheap real estate. Spec ial Department, Easterday Abstract Co., Under Block. Aaron Burp's Grave. Aaron Bu,rr died at Port Richmond, Staten Island. Sept. 14, 1830. Ills re mains were conveyed to Princeton, N. J., where, according to bis request, he was interred at the feet of his father and grandfather. Both his father and grandfather were presidents of Prince ton college. Concerning the tombstone which marks his burial place, we quote from the history of his life by Parton: "Some efforts were made and some money subscribed soon after his death to procure a suitable monument, but the project failed. For nearly two years the spot where he lay was un marked when one morning It was dis covered that a small, very substantial and not inexpensive monument of granite and marble had been placed during the night over his remnlns. No one in the town saw the monument erected or knew anything whatever respecting it. There was no stonecut ter in the vicinity capable of execut ing the work. The stone bears the ln scription:'Aaron Burr. Born Febru ary, 0, 1750. Died. September 14, 1S;J(.' "-Philadelphia Press. The Presidential Salute. One explanation , of the reason for adopting twenty-one guns as the presi dential snlute-ia that there might be maintained a uniformity in national salutes, Great Britain hflvlng in the distant past adopted twenty-one as the number for tbo royal salute. Of the many surmises as to why the number twenty-one was settled upon we men tion two first, that twenty-one was the number of years fixed by English Jaw as the age of majority; second, that seven was the "original salute and three times seven would signify one seven for each of the divisions, England and Wales, Scotland and Ire land. It is asserted that the United States adopted this salute to signify to the mother country that ber child had reached his majoriy and was pre pared In law to Inherit the land and to this end fired the "gun of 177G," tho figures of which year, 1776, equal 21. Philadelphia Press. Egyptian Maxims. An Egyptian papyrus which da'cfl back to about 4000 B. C. has the fob lowing Injunctions: "Calumnies should never be repeated." "(luard thy speech before nil things, for u man's ruin lies in Ids tongue." The wise men of the race early learned good rcush. ; '' 8h Didn't Mind. - ; "Sarah, I really wish yon would be more careful; I do not like to hear your mistress scolding you so often." said the master of tho bouse to the parlor maid. "Oh. don't mind ro, sir." replied Sarah, simply, "I take no notice." ! Stocks, Bonds, Cereals HIE Apprehension ,in Wall Street Over Political Situation Very Pro nounced Reactionary Tone. New York, Aug. 19. The reaction ary undertone . which characterized yesterday's stock ... market became more pronounced today. Trading was In s'tiiall volume. If anything" the market was more, professional than before, on account of the utter lack of public interest. At odd times the entire list seemed under pressure, but mor often the points of . weakness were the Harriman - issues. Reading and United States Steel, which have for a long time comprised Lie great bulk of the average day's business. The success of the' Insurgent cause in California Is generally regarded as unfavorable to the Southern Pacific road, which has long been credited with unwonted political activity on the Pacific Coast. The stock ex change sentiment veered from its mild optimism of the early part of the week to a fair degree of bearish ness, and for this change the feeli.ig on ih political outlook was largely, if not. wholly responsible, Each day, according to Wall Street's point of view, adds to the complexity and it. is openly asserted -in influential quart ers that the moves on the poplitical chess board are decidedly inimical to the immediate, investment demand. Stocks are increasingly heavy in the afternoon, with a generally lower price level. In fact, all the leaders went below the bottom prices of.tne previous day, bet closing slightly more active, with a moderate recov ery 'n Reading and Union iflaeifie. The day's most - interesting finan cial exhibition was the annual report of the American Smelting and Refin ing Company, which reported net earnings for the fiscal year ending April 30, of $7,508,000. ' ft was .hut a moderate decrease from the previous year and rather favorable on : the whole considering the adverse condi tions which nave prevailed in that industry. The domestic money movements dieate a cash gain by local banks of five to seven millions of dollars, which uggests a partial arrest of the inflow from the-interior points. Bank clearings for the week show a. loss of ." per cent, compared with same week, last year. NEW YORK MONEY. Money on call easy 1 ? : I per cent, closing'.; bill 1V.1. Ti.no loans ( very lull, sixty days .1; ninety days :.;; six months 4 ',2(0 4' per rent. Prime mercantile paper S'A to 0 per cent. Sterling pxcraugo firm; demand $18-1.-15; sixty days $l83!8Qtf84.0O. Bar silver r;. NEW YORK N'MV STOCKS. York, An g. 1!). st en lay Pod ay Ye Close .. C5 ..119V4 . t'ir. ..io.-ys 70 ..HlVi ..123 .. ni 14 .. no . . 71 . .125 .. 18 ... -1!) ..Ii.114 (lose Amal. Copper . Am. Sugar Rfg. Atchison Do. Pfd B. and (.) B. H. T C. and N. W. . C. M. and St. P Colo. F. and I. . D. and R. U. Do. Pfd Gt. Nor. Pfd. . . Illinois Central Inter Mets. ... Do. Pfd L. and N Mo. Pac M. K. and T. .. N. Y. C. Nor. Pac. Of. 120 100 1111; 14.") 123 31V, 31 k 71 k 120 131 Vi 1 1 13 54!.. 3:t 111 117 28 .120 Pit; ..113 ..llfi .': 2715 . 12!) .1055 . 115 . . 33 . fi!) . ..H514 . . 23V2 , .1W)14- . 71 ..170 . 18 . 38 .. (it Pac. Mail ..... 'en n Poopln'q Gas . . Reading Rock Island . . . 33 Oil ' l.Ifi'4 21 Pi!) 72 Do. Pl'il Sou, Pac Sou. Uy. ...... Union Pacific IT. S. Steel Do. Pfd. Wabash Do. Pfd Western Union 38 !3 GOVERNMENT BONDS. Refunding 2's "Teg ...101 Refunding 2's coup... 101 Registered 3's i.10l Coupon 3's 101 New 4's reg T74 New 4's coup TTf .101 1)1 101 101 114 1 1 ) PROVISIONS. PUTTER Steady and unchanged. EGOS Firm. (Western not quot ed) COFFEE Futures opened 1rrct?u lar at an tdvance of 5 points, intluenc ed by continued strength in the spot market and covering, while other months were unchanged to 3 points lower. Later in the day the inarkt advanced sharply on hull support am coveting with tho close Unit at a net nam of 5 ail points. Sales fil,75.) bags August and September $7.30; spot firm; Ko. 7 Rio 9 Vi ( 3 Vi ; mild quiet Cordova 1012 V. . v ' SUGARHaw fitrin; muscava.lo 89 teat $3.95; centrifugal 96 test 4.-15 molasses suar 89 test 3.70. Refin'" stendy. DUN'S WEEKLY REVIEW. New York, Aug. 1!). While trad.? contraction continues the sentiment improves, and the basis of conditions underlying the situation appears stronger. The tone in the dry goods markets is better, especially with t'.e jobbers and selling agents, but busi ness is still of limited proportions, with buyers showing little more de sire to operate beyond a wvll defined requirement, Cotton goods and cot ton yarn hold firm, with Imviiifi- s ing breadth, The week's Fall lifter trade reached ;!00,noo pieces, or doub e the amount of the restricted out put of print cloths, while iTie sales of odd bales of standard drills for In- Ha was the largest business with Me far eat.. The. China markets being lull and the present prices above tne lews of Red Sea buyers. Business in wool firsts and worsteds is of a more limited character, although there is more agreement regarding values. The trend of production is till much below t.? normal and there is a general desire on the oart of producers to avoid accumulations. Many shoe manufacturers have com pleted contracts for fall goods an I are now doing little, owing to the lack of supplementary fall orders. The hide market is less active and the ad vanced prices demanded of late have checked the demand. There is im provement in leather, a id increased sales have been made on certain des criptions but the situation on the whole is still far from satisfactory on the many instances of further concessions- that have been made in prices in order to effect brsiness. BANK CLEARINGS. New York. Aug. 19. Total bank clearingtgs compiled by Bradi-dreels for the principal cities of the Unite I States for I he last week, $2.538.2 19.- 0.10 against $:i,2."i!),S7 1.000 in the cor responding week last year. WHEAT IS H Large Accumulations and the Mea gre Demand Spelled a Bear Market Yestferday Others """"Weak. . 7 Chicago. Aug. 19. WHEAT Clos ed weak, T to li 1 lower. Lower cables, large accumulations and a meagre demand spelled- a bear mar kt today, and an early drop In prices was sharply aercntrnled by the dis covery t'tc.t the leading lottgs were at-eii!i) it io Hs-;k!sp of their hold ings in an unos'tenliotis manner. The rash markket was a little improved, hue ot sufficiently so to offset the weakness in futures. September opened $1.00 to 1.01; high 1.01; low I.O'iVA: closed l.eiMii o 1 .'Id Vi : Decemlief 1.03 to 1.03 lv 1.01. No: 2 red 1. 1)11 Vi Tv 1.01 Vi : No. red !J7''tl.!!; No. 2 har.l l.tMlVi''! 02; No. 3 hard 97j1.01. 'CORN--Closed weak, to 1 Vi low- ;r. I lie market respomleil to the weakness in wlmat and to reports from fields where abundant moisture and fine weather conditions are fill ing out the ears. The. longs sought to reduce stocks, which had become burdensome, and an increased amount of country offerings loaded the pit. ash corn was freely offered and pric es were to Vs down on the Immed iate delivery. September opened C2V4fif2; Dec ember nii'-i to 59; No. 2, ;3V,fr 04 No. 2 white fi4iR0Vfe: No. 2 yellow white 615 140:1 '4: No. 3 yellow ii3fi 03V4. OATS Hedging and speculative sales coupled with the tendency of longs to rnloa.l weakened the mar ket. Arrivals here wer heavy. Clos ed weak, to lower. September opened 30; high 35 f 35; low 35',. ; dotted" 35 VJ; Dec ember 37 V, ; No. 2. 33fi ;!li.'-: No. 2 While 35-ir" 3(P4; No. 3, ". 33?i33Va : No. 3 white 31f(35i4; s-tandnri RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. ChiwiKo, Aug. 119, The following car loads represent the day's move nienfs: Flour 19 40 Wheat 207 211 Corn 191 83 Oats i 1120 50.1 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT. Minneapolis. Aug. 19. WHEAT September $1.10i?M.l0V4 ; Decent ber 1.1 1G 1.1114. Cash active an. steady; No. 1 northern 1,.llV4(fi 1.13 N'o. 2 northern 1 .01; 14 ft 1.13U ; No. 2 northrn l.O0(? l.lOli to arrive l.'.tS- vii-tov;. NEW YORK GRAIN. New York. Aug. 19. WHEAT Re ceipts 4.900; shipments 2.040; spot weak; new No. 2 red Jl.OOife; el;va tor a'i.1 Li7:M f. 0. b.; new No. 1 nor tliern 1.21 Vi f. o. b. to arrive. There was quid tiadi- in wheat and prices thioiK',.! the easier cables nn. pion sine fit" siipj lies hvhich. caused liipd 1 at lOlt, closini': at fl i 1 i.i net .lecline Si ,.ti i.'-i r l.-tT; l)::re:uber 1.18. CCRN - Iteeelpts 0,4'ID; spat wenk No. 2. 71 nominal elevator domestic basin to arrive.- Options closed 1 to Vi net lower. ..September 09Vi. OATS -Receipts 190,0.'?; ship men's W.tiOO; sj ot steady. New CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago. Afg. 19. CATTI.F.--Receipts 2,j()0; strong to a shade up: b.nncs $1.7 f'( 8.31; western sieeis 1.00 CSI; Btockoro and feeders l.timf1 (1.1 5; cow and heifers 2.S0!fj G.40; calves j.5!)(f'8.5ft. H.CG3-Receipts 17,MM; steady; light. JS.3r.Ti 8.!) ; mixed .70ffi-8.75; pood to choke heavy 7.85 8.4 3; bulk of sales .W)fi 8.31). S H K K P Receipt s S.l'.'tn; steady; sheep $2.:!il.r5; yearlings PoOfy'i. 70; lambs 4.75C 6.85. , ST. LOUIS CATTLE. SI. Louis, Aug. 1!).: CATTLE Re ceipts 2,2(10; strong lo 10c, higher; nativf- shipping and export, steers $7.."ii)tff 8.2 ); dressed beef and butcher steei's ti.nt)f 7,85;. Blockers and fed eta 3.25-5.50; cow and heifers 3.50 (ft". 00; Texas and Indian steers 4.25 (fi .1.50. HOGS Receipts 6,5100;- steady to 5c lower; pigs and' lights $8.80 9.25; packers 8.45CrS.'f.l5; butchers and best heavy 8.50ft8.75. SHEER Receipts 3,100; steady; natives $4.-10(5 1.25 : Iambs 5.506.50. NOTICE. Sealed bids addressed to the City Council of t'ne City of Cairo, Illinois, will be received at the office of the City Clerk of said city of Cairo, up to 7:30 o'clock, p. m Tuesday, Septem ber Cth, 1910, for repairing Fire Sta tion No. 1 as follows: Tearing- down and s rebuilding the front wall from the ground up to the second story, repairing the roof , un der the Cupola, plastering the walls and ceiling of the second story where it is needed and painting the inside wood work of the second story, and for repairing Fire Station N'o. 2 as fol lows: I Tearing off and replastering the walls and ceiling of the second story and yainting the inside wood work of second story, the painting on both stations to bo two coats. The City Council reserves the rigtit to reject any and all bids. Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this 8th day of August, A. D. O.J10. ERNEST NORDMAN, City Comptroller ILLINOIS CENTRAL (Corrected to August 1st, 1910. THE FAST MAIL ROUTE Train Ltv Cairo: 1:11 k m. Dally ChIc,co Vestibuli Limit..!, arriving Chicago 10:48 .n. !:! . m. Dally St. Louis Nifhl Limited, Arriving St. Louis 7; 20 in Sleeping car open at 8:80 p. in. !:20 a. m. 8t. Louis Special. 5:00 a. ni. Chicago Dally Express. 11:15 . m. St. Louis Fast Mail. 11:15 a.m. Chicago Mid day Special 2:15 p. m. Daily St. Louis Limited 2:S5 p. m Afternoon Express foi Odin, Effingham, Mattoos.Champaigi 8:10 p. m. Thebes Accommodation : IS p m Chicago and Eatra Ei pr. , 10: IS p m. Chicago sight rxprcs rrinnr t Chiragfi 7:11 a. m. 1:2 v m. Memphis snd Nashrlll t:H a. m. Memphis and New Or !ean Limited. . 5:10 a. to. Beminol Limited' tm Birmingham ' sod Jackson 111e, Fla. tl:00 s. m. Paducab and LoulsvilU 1:41 p m. Dally Memphis and N Orleans. 41 p. m. Dally Ns, Cnstti nif ga and AtUotx. t:30 p. m. rult.es. ssd Uayfldd as lommodatloB. 5:60 p. m. Psducsh sad IxiuisTllls. S:R5 p. m. Msmphis ssd New Ob 'eans Special. For through tickets, sleeping e&i accommodations and further Informs) tlon apply st Illinois CestrsJ Pa.ise fr Ststios, Cairo, I1L J. H. JONES, Tlcksli Ajsnj It. G. HATCH, Q. P. A, V M. HANON,Paa. Trsffle Mr. MOBILE & OHIO R.R (Corrected to August 1st,,. 1910. rim. of Triton st Calrs Northbound No. t sUprMS. Dally lr.,..J:l p. m Mo. 4 Htyress, Daily It.. ..1:4$ t. m Southbound No. 1 Bxprsss, Daily It l:lt p. m. No I fiirrii, Dally It.... 1:4$ . ni 3. H. Asnt. River Transportation Lcc line Steamers (.UBlON 8f.90N NOW ON PMNOEB TS.$ nn wny " O Pound Tr I DO t L'H 18.50 . .t) MvmpHIa 7.S0 ' Ma( 4 frih InrlurfH anrotite onl) )Orn MUSIC. GOOD TIME, For Ct. t rii3 ami Wiy Landings r.TACKrn 1 rr r..tiiic!.iy Wt't'd REES LEE , ' Saturday Noon. Vrc'iiinday 2 0. m. "u,o. 'kUUPi WMAB OA.T CAIKO, ItU WILL CREATE Bernice de Pasipiali, a Hoston girl, leading coloratura soprano of the Metropolitan Opera compfny, who will 'create the title role In the .loneR-Florldia popular romantic' oper.i, "Paoletta," to be produced at tlta 'Ohio Valley , Exposition. Cincinnati, Aug. 29 to Sept. 24. ,v. ' MARBLE QUARRIES IN KEEN RIVALRY Valley Expo. Cincinnati. O. (Special.) There has developed a keen rivalry aipoiig ' tae marble and granite ' quar ries of the South for the privilege of doing something out of tht ordinary In the way of beautifying the exhibit which the Southern roads will make ef the Ohio Valley Exposition at Cin cinnati from Aug. 29 to Sept. 24. The Committee on Southern Resources has already received the proffer ;of several large urns, six fe:,t Ih height, fashioned 'out' of granite and marble of various colors, as adjuncts to the Southern exhibit. All that the quar ries 'ask is that the Southern Re sources Committee supply them with specifications for this work and lhaf they will do the rest, supplying, the raw stone, executing fie sculpturing and arranging for the polishing. These offers have been tentatively accepted, and plans will be Evolved by which all of them possibly can be taken advantage of. Another attrac tive feature that has been sugKeated for the Southern exfiiblt is a series of twelve Individual columns, each surmounted by a highly polished ball of different colored marble or gran ite, all ueing the products of .North Carolina quiirrles and now part of the agricultural andonilneraloKieal ex hibit in the North Carolina State Museum. It is promised thht the South will be particularly prominent In its displays of marbles, granites and oWier ornamental stones, the variety and quality of the products of the Southern quarries being of so high an order that this display Is cer tain to attract more than ordinary attention. Other sections of the M 1 ir- THE END 0? THE TOLR ; ii 1 n.'-'r ' 3 fca .... ....U. -;-'- .- Parade f autos that took part in th .lecvut Giidden 1 tour at tu finish in Chicago. Cino car, manufactured in Cim tuimU' end leading the procession, will be exhibited at the Ohio Valley : EKiltlon,, Ciucipnatl, Aug. 2d to' Sept. 24. ';. - '" : ; '';.':;,:',: - Alexanda' Pope. Ivpe'K ff-atun's fre sm.ill and de'l iiie All ni' ;ti be r.ttsi very pale and i Ue.i li I.!). .' ' - , '. ,' ' TITLE ROLE V country also will conttibute display long thesi lines, but it Is generally conceded that the Southern exhibit will be tho most complete and com prehensive shown at the Exposition. EXPOSITION EMPLOYS ONLY UNION LABQfl Cincinnati, O. -(Special.)- Not only have union' workmen the fall, but no man who ' can not show a union card in good standing has the slightest chance to break Into the force or-artlsaua .who .are ,. erecting the buildings for the Ohio Valley , Exposition,' which will be held in this city from August 2 to. September ','. About a dozen buildings will bo erected on the banks of the canal In the rear of Music HaU for the. ac commodation, of various kinds of ex hibits and . amusement enterprises, and not a tool will be wielded, on any of these that Is not in the.,ihand of a union worknmn. '. ''." ;,,-;? t In order to- avoid all-question- as to the standing of any contractor in any kind of work connected with the Ex position, -Claude Hagen, 5 director of amusements, under whose super vision the buildings are being' erect ed, decided to employ all his men di rectly Instead of letting out the work by contract. In this way he has been able to secure the highest class of union men. with the result that work has progressed rapidly and satisfac torily, so that there Is not the slight est doubt that all the structures will be completed some time before the date set for the opening of the Ex position. .' Speaking of his experiment in tak ing charge of the entire construction work himself instead of letting it by I f-ontract. .Mr. Hagen, who Das design ed and built some of the largest amusement enterprises in Rufope ;uid America, said: "I find this meth od of construction more satisfactory than any I have ever engaged in. I don't have to wait on contractors to finish one line of work before 1 can start on something else, and I don't have to worry almut prospective la bor difficulties." j; -. - , Bamboo Wine. - Ths b.imliH wine of DaSioaiey K said to taste very much like "soapoda I ' .' "i . . 1 H'rt'f(T 't,i : -v - r ' 1 "1 '