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A Helping Hand
There i help for every woman who suffers from lieidnche, faint-
i t V 1 i ' 1 1 , h.ui,.ui,i ,11111 mncr Itljlllrtii-, (luring in
when .Nature make's a heavy demand on licr ktrciiKtli in
Every woman ihonld take
BEECHAM S PILLS
to help tier through these trying fjerioda and to keep tin- system in
a normal and healthy condition. The .rfjr j,lst entering Woman-
nooq, and tnose 01 matuicr years, find equal benefit frwi Beccha
ukcii at iim arst ign pi derangement, they give
ssisiuncc. kiju ine special uirectiuns kr women uitli
SoM Ilif-ywIuTO in lloxc.
lo. ami .'.
m mm struck By ram
COUNCIL COMMITTEE VOTES
THAT OFFICERS DENNIS AND
DAVIDGE WERE DELINQUENT.
General Insubboi ilination and Lack of
Harmony in the Force Prompts
Committee to Take This
mo m a compel iti n al
mainly fqr I ho pui po. e i
After a canal Is opened
Md Ovei Remains of Little Helen
E;ler Interment Made in Ceme
tery at Anna.
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.11 .servwes Were he i Yes Br
incji'iiinu over tiic remains of little
Outier daughter of Judge and
V. . Putlei'i in the ri'sideiipc.
. s. Buchanan, pastor of tin-
rlun chureh officiating, assist
lev, W. T, Munis, pa
i M B
a I rs
mil i in.
f i his excuse.
il Will III' till'
I ri al iliiiiK. Thf ailjnsi nifin of rales
will lie interfered with. '1'lie Illinois
jceinrai, if ii had remained In inde-
: penitent hands would have heeii ah
, insir meni. In tin- hands of Harrl
; man Its rales will be so adjusted thai
Ml will not interferi' with t he arrange
I meats of the trausi'ontinentul lines.
! Thai, it is charged, is the reason
Wh) llar'riman wanted the road. lie
wauled It, not to develop the north
and south route, but tp prevent dt
velopmeni of thai rome.
In shut, the taking over of the llll
mil: Central is declared to lie a long
step, though not the first, toward
bringing the north and south
of t hi Mississippi Valley under th
dominance of the eal ami west syt
d iis work
e eases of
The police, jail and fire
Of the city council conehul
yesterday afternoon on tl
Officers Dennis and Dgvidge, ami ilielr
di'eisioii was ilia the officers aland
suspended for thirty days, or lilt Do-
The proceedings of the committer
were secret and details are uuagr'.v
It. is stated, however, that the judg
ment was noi based upon the offioer'
alleged mistreatment of the negro they
had arrested in Chicago, nor was It
hey had been drunk at
e latter charge seems to
It Is said thai
malaly to in-
BRACK SKIPP, EMPLOYE OF GOV
ERNMENT FLEET, SERIOUS
By Big Four Passenger Train Lie
in Critical Condition at St. Mary's
Infirmary Resides at Lex
any time. T
have been unjust
t'.s not appear
i mem be
lliat any otjier
ted i wo after
isl i he officer l
hai the charge
the negro was
Br&ck BkiPP, Of Lexington, Ky., an
employe of the govammaai river Ami
at Kli.a lowliead ahoye tliis city, wa
-truck by Dig Four ggagettger train
No. '' at Tbii ty-i bird street yesterday
afternoon about 8:30 o'clock and re
jceived in.iuiles winch mav prove fatal
Skipp was walking on Hie track'
and although lOtigineer Baldwin r
peatedly blew the whistla the man
seemed nm to liear It and as quick as
possible the engine was reversed and
the emergency brakes gplled the sml
den stop causing passenger- anil mail
clerks to be thrown from their seat
The train stiuck Skipp burling him
about fifty feet to one side crushing
lw,th bis legs in ti horrible manner
and eating his band and face, it i;
feared that he is s-uffering also from
The unfortunate man was picked up
and placed on the train and was con
veyed from the Union station to Bt,
Mary'.-. Infirmary where Dr. J, J, Ren-
Cohan's Big Hit.
Qeasge m Cohan's most fgmous suc
cess, 'Forty-Five Minutes from Broad
way." will be presented ai the ('into
opera house Monday night. The play
comes here under the direction i;'
Klaw a Krlanger direct from a year 1
run in Now York and Chlcag", hav
ing been presented ifi weeks In the
former and 30 weeks In the later
olty to enormous receipts. Messrs.
Klaw ft! Krlanger have given Mr.
Cohan's bright and winy play a superb
production ami a east of much promi
nence headed by the universal favorite
For his fiinmaking I be young play
wrighi seized upon the harmless vil
lage of New RoeheUe, on the New
York. New Haven and Hartford rail
road. Which is only a short run from
the metropolis ami brought to it
sleepy precincts a number of wide
awake New Yorkers, who are in de
spair at being settled in a town that
g-.es to bed at in p m.. and cannot
boast of a single cafe. The story of
the play, is told in such a novel man
ner as to be really absorbing, and us
incident succeeds Incidenl in rapid or
der the audence is convulsed.
Ruth Gray Here Next Week.
The appearance of lluih (irny at the
opera house for four nights commenr-
ling Tuesday night, opens an engag !
I meal Hint Will be found to be abso
I lately unique, and of a character to In-
ti rest nil classes but particularly per
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ADDITIONAL IN SOCIETY.
New Night Clerk.
J Walter !iddell, of Telle
j Intl.. will in- night clerk ai Tin
day. lie held a similar position
' Fill. eel; Hotel in Terre Haute.
ater compei ition
fulfan s Jackson and
Brown have Isssued can
afternoon function to be
cadaly, November 10, at 2;30
ie home of Mrs. Drown 330
been u mure
for the good
that bad fi
he two officer:
and that then
lest; general la
gin to be rem
Mrs. Julia Afong Reported
Beet. Attacked By Five
. Gorman ! itur
in this case.
if A I
Complaints Are Filed.
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POPE SEES MLLE. STOLPIN.
if fi t ig
i aie Commerce Com
ing.! rate an ti great
ii are higher from the
il in prlvt
Bound Foi Panama is Well on
Way Aboard the Battleship
nit iff Inquired
teeming the or
'ti pp Ills
pf meet in
use. Um I
The Bulletum suusc.rniere
(nonar tn tin wtt
lowing inal the
president, who is aboard the battle
shii Douislana headed for Panama,
is well on his way there. The trans
fer from the yachl a.Myilower to the
Loui iaiia took tilace last niehi.
Hill column special dispatch from
lulu giving an account of the a -and
attempted murder of Mrs,
Along a willow, the mother of
ife of l.ieut. A. J, Dougherty.
Mound City, at her homo in
luntry, by the husbands of Bve
ot' her daughters. Their efforts were
I to compel .Mrs. Along to sign to them
! oine of hef valuable property.
As will be remembered an account
wan published some time ago of lh"
death "i Mr. Afong In that country
of his leaving property valued at sev
eral millions of dollars. The dispatch
says she did not sign the miners. :i :i
ihai (lie premises is now surround- I I
by a barbed wire fence, a guard an I I
who are Interested In the UMTS
function of the human Intel
Miss Gray is the embodiment
of Waft! the I heosophisls aim to be
but : he does m it claim to he a theoso
pnlat, and laughs if anyone refers ti.
lur "astral" body. . This wood erf 8)
WOtnan seems to be able lo place her
self in a trance-lie state at will, and
in thai condition to read the thought-
of others, and also to see what event
the future holds.
WOOED Bf BIBLE
III II CEMETERY
OHIO MAN TOOK HER TO MAUSO
LEUM AND SHOWED HER HIS
FORMER WIFE WAITRESS
GETS $b.5U0 DAMAGES.
Toledo, ). Nov. 8. -Circuit court
today affirmed the lower nourl in the
awarding to BHa Hudson, a pretty
waitress of Qlbaonburg, Ohio, 059D
for breach of promise In Which Mi ch
aei Lechner, a prominent and wealthy
Toledo oil operator, was defendant.
Miss Hudson tegWBed that she met
Keeht ei in (lib onburg and that Il
eum led her ardently, She claim
he bought Bibles and tgllghl her lo
pray t that he look her to the cemetery
in Toledo and showed her a big white
mausoleum in which he said were
three catacombs, one for his dead
wife one for her and one for hint;
that in- took her inside tin- tomb and
reVleaJed to her the features of his
Lechner claimed thai the woman
was so persislenl in her desire to mar
ry him hat upon one occasion when
he entered bis bouse in Toledo lii
found Mis, Hudson there; that she re
fused to legye ami that night lie was
Lines Have Ordered $21,000,000 Worth
of New Rolling Sto;k to Be De
livered ithin I Year.
To have your advertisement
by the greatest number of people It
must PBar In Tfe RnlMJ.
'I Chicago. Nov. K. The tomorrow
I iTrihtinfl will MV1 I i i, noil i.,l l,i- tin.
congestion of traffic and car ,-horiage
this year, the Harriman lines have or
dered 000,000 worth of rel'ilgera
tor, box. Hal ami Kondola cars all ei
a" ' j w hich, ii is expected, will be delivered
before the season of heavy traffic next
year. Tfte total numbet of freight
read! cars ordered, but not delivered. is
the one she
mt of his at.
i hat tie bad
: of Gibson
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-m-anitr tiiiiM.tixtUiHliira for S
r:iii,nr-i ii mi, iiKTUiin, 111 , hi, y a K i.-k-
huhi u c,i 0 1 lollirlimn tm-il MifcMtdaApr
.it I ' Uiit iiumIioiim rlti il." arj. ItrUsuMU
or liy li,ll. Mii; I ll,,n firr
Itlcluaaa Mtdlclrn C. ClinUimiu.Co-n.
Of th: Men Killed By Explosion of Dy
namite Carried .to the Morgue In
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov 8. One Italian
laborer was killed, one is missing and
thought to have been blown to pieces
i wo fatally hurt, and several others
seriously injured by the explosion of
ten sticks of dynamite today. They
had placed the dynamite near the fire
to lake the frost out of It.
Parts of the dead men's bodies wer
brought io tin morgue in baskets.
Several of the Injured had legs and
anus blown off.
eyes blown out.
one man had h
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
SPECIAL RATE BULLETIN.
ition also figured in tin
In an East Side Tenement Fire Was
Woman and Her Four Children
Many in Peril.
east side I
Barnes in tlr
lown lire est
k. Nov. S. In n Pre In an
nemeni house tonight Mrs.
id her fo r children were
The family occupied
in the upped floor and
was cut off by smoke and
heir pari of the building
WbmeQ were taken
Cairo to Springfield and return
November 18 to 21, return
limit November 24 6 70
Cairo to Chicago and return
November 6 and 7, return
i limit November 12 14 CO
Creal Springs and return on ac
count meeting Southern Illi
nois Horticultural Society.
; Tickets sold Nov. 26, 27 and
28, return limit Nov. 29, 1906 2 CO
Cairo to Havana, Cuba and re
turn, on sale November 1 and
I daily until March 31. Return
limit six months 64 00
For further information apply Illi
nois Central Passenger Station, Cairo.
A. H. HANSON, P. T. M Chicago.
IS. G. HATCH, G. P. A., Chicago.
J, H. JONES. Ticket Agent. Cairo, III.
THE DAY HAS COME!
Don't let anything stop you from coming! Terrific price slashing! Clothing mer
cilessly sacrificed! The greatest value-giving ever stamped down.
T h e most startling
bona fide prices ever
A landslide of Finest
Merchandise for Men and
Children at ridiculous
A PLAIN TALK! COMMON SENSE!
Backed by a clean argument, solid facts, genuine bargains and prices that wil
be the talk of Cairo for years to come.
The ood LilCk CJotflii'J! " r. -as a word to say concerning you. perhaps. This thing of buying merchandise is
not Only a qucstiou of 0 cess tv. but sometimes becomes one of arithmetic. Is it not a fact, and does it not stand to rea
son? l or instanc . now: f ! should put $10 in the savings bank for one year at 4 per cent or even 6 per cent, it
wo ild pay you but 60 cenls return on the investment. If. however, you should conclude to deposit your $10 with us dur-
inrr mir tiinmntii- llinr !) Coin mtM ,-m t h t . ' t , mmv ik.l . Ml lua ., e?)A .. , 1. i ,'i,i . .
uui wgnn vm eun., itw tan iiuiinuiiT 3i inai ni hi U W1MIII Ul 1, 0111111'.' Or II. MOW' C3I1
prove ii? We wJI leave it to your best judgme it. We want you to com,:, inspect, compare, consider discreetly.
The only question is can you afford to miss ii?
One Ml Of VUu's Hals, easily worth $2 00 and
$2 5 ', selling out price
About 200 Men's and Bo) s SOc Caps left to be
sold out at
NOTE THESE FEW PRICES:
Anna. III.. Nov. 8, 1906.
Mrs Daisy Krci-ly & pttltMl Siiiiiiny
for an i-xti-nili-il visii wiib rulfetlvoa!
in Dyer, Tiinn.
L. E. WJveeler, of Kasi Bt, i.uni-,
(ami' dam W'l'iliii-silay fur n brief
visit wbh lii.s family.
Miss i.ik y W'iliani returned Tues
day from a waek's visit with relatlvea
in Mi-niilii,s, Tcnn.
wuim .Mints, u-tt Wcilii.-silav for
Ann Arlior. Uleb., whin- In- will rt
Mrs. c a. Wallvi-r danaetad Smh,i.-iv
tor a towo wH'l-' vis.il willi hM
daiiKliier. Mrs. H I. .Smith, at Jo
Miss lirrtlfl BulUna tara misn-i
LaUKHta Bhowr W4n4y avaateg at
tin- home oi J. ft Wh,;-wr in honor of
Miss Rffle Wh.i. !.: who s q he mar
Kreil Ban . of Ci-niralia gptaj pa i .
a ins wi-t-i, acre iln- Kuest of i lii
fnmily of (i. W. orrl-.
Mrs. W H UilloiiKhhy went tn
Cairo Itaassjfjr for a -nk'- vill with
her daushl.-r. -.Wis. H A. Simpson.
John Henley, who has been vkIiihk
his lirolhei. K Henley, relnim-il Mofl
u to his home in St .Iom iih. Mo
Miss Cnrrii. sllit, ,.,.. ..,,,....,1 i
. .ii,.,, . ,i
lew fri.-iulK at her home on Webb
street Moinlnv evenini?
Mis. ( UarruiKer left Wi-.lin-sila v
for Vashvllle. Ill . where -he will
spaacl Um winter with bar tauchte.
Mrs. O, r. t iiiver.
Mr-. Thus. Crisham anil -wo ni.
f Coievill.-. visited friends in Anna
a lew days this week
Miss Kuliv Etheftoa went to Carton
dale Wednesday for a l.rlef visit wi'li
Mix.- DOllta Stewart and tame A.
Cox of th hospital, were mat t ie I
Welne-day aft. rnoon at the Meiho
I list patsonai;.-. KeV. U. A. Hoar
MORI; PEOPLE REACH EMINENCE !
throtlgh a knowledge of sienniaphy than almost any other profession. 4
Tatar) ot tin- Ireastiry, ortelyou, anil Secretary to the I'resident, A
ami Secretary to the I'resident,
lood, auainea ineir present posiuoiiH tnrougn stenography .
Our buHne.as is making stenograpbers. Henn I'ittmau Shorthand and
Touetl method of Typewriting taught. Terms on a)plieation.
JEWEL BUSINESS COLLEGE. 100 EIGHTH STREET1
TRADL 5T MAHK .
If Tnor Di-llfgUt lln.-anl
Krr Th, in, VV i il . to I ..
FOR HALF A CENTURY
WOOD S FEVER PILLS
HA VC BEEN RECOGNIZED as a SURE CUR,
tor mil BILIOUS-and MALARIAL DISEASES,
Al S Fomato Regulator. Blood Purifier- unil mr
Inf a Torpid Liver, thl v have no squsL SOc A BOX.
DR. WM. WOOD & SONS, Cairo, III.
Men's Suiis in single and double breasted black and
mixture and nice stripes and checks
worth up to $15.00, selling out price
Men's all-wool worsteds in all the latest fabrics;
gle or douole breasted, square or round tf ao
cuts, worth $20, selling out price - . v' VO
Men's all-wool Sweaters, in all sizes, solid or
fancy colors, worth ?2; selling out price -
Children's Clothing slaughtered to our own
Men's, Young Men's and Children's Overcoat?
sold at 50c on the dollar.
i - wsj .
Along the River of
We are quickly approaching the New
Year. It is the season for planning and
good resolutions. Among your plans let
us advise you to include the opening of a
It Is an act that all successful people have
jerformed. It will mean much to you in
safety, ecomomv and standing with your
The Enterprise Savings Bank
60V Ohio Street, Cairo, III.,
will show you howei.sily such a atop ran
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GOOD LUCK CLOTHING STORE.
i i . . 1 1 I . rv t t
uur biure win dc open unui v:uu p. m.
during the months of November and Decem
ber. WOODWARD HARDWARE CO.,
1015 Ohio Streel.
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