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THE CAIRO BULLETIN. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S, 1907.
. , ;' . HIV SUMMER AIRD33IE THEATRE Sixth Street, lktwcca Com m r uf and Washington Avei iie. L. WILLIAMSON, Manager 0 I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Open livery Night (Kx ept Sunday) Un;il ovembiT I. Chinge of Policy TONIGHT On Fishing Expedition. ' A parly of Oniroilos left Inst even-1 Igg on u lulling expedition to he wills! of Minnesota, going via the IIIIncl-t Central to Chicar,". T'oy wlil leave ' tint hitter liy (onijiitt fur -Dorset, ' .Vina.," wliii h hi liM'ji.-.l ;na mil. ; lionli if SI. t "ii nl. A fun i- (lours' .liiv will lake 1 him to I iii ir 1 1 -si iiiiii.ii hi :i i 1 tiny will go into ti:np br :i tun j woeki: tit :... . j Those jn the party wi i', t'liiirli s, lArjhter, Jr., Herman C. Kchuh, "Ltuis IUa.-iimui, Dr. uv. C. Clarke unit Ih.ug- U::-, llalliday. , have returned from lathe lit MllMIIII, III. a visit wild rn Mrs. William P. tiitbi i t has re turned from n: t 1 x t : ti I : I visit ut (Mackinaw Island, I'l l skey, MPh, j Waukesha.- Wis.. Evamilon and I'l l' ' .i"... ' . . CITY NEWS IH Blf v Hi's will 11. H. llalliday has I) ll'.siiu as. gone to Chicago T. I. I "a:;, y. tf Two si reel, wl.l leave Tuesday fur v ill) relatives In Cln. iiniut i ttt ruing Iioiih' Mil will no .Ih'Hl'stoWll CV.pl sitloll points cast. anil iy l.:f It a vts.t II. fur.' In t'i. oth;r Leases Three Theatres. Maurice, J.. Fnm linker left ucinlng fur Oklahoma whore he cngago I" moving picture show inter poses having leased theatres- at i st!)avi; ami Oklahoma City. Mr. , F.milmkf r has leased tin Columbia theatre at St. I .ouis from May 1, PUS, jam! will Conduct a show there, The j ( 'oH'iiilil.i Is one of. Jho best vaudo jllh Uii'.'ilrt s la the wcsl ami I ho i leasing of II menus an important busi- in!;:) mill. rtaking. " . 1 '.' . .1. : "BOB" INGERSOLL'S LOAN Moving Pictores 'and V Illustrated Song! Moving Picture! and Illustrated Songs Changed Monday. Wed fieiday and Friday. f . PICTU.T S " two new pictures ILLUSTRATED SONG NEW ILLUSTRATED SONG Sung by . MRS. JUNATiKELLlS BRYAN Pi ices Reduced (Tp For EraryboiSy to any I I On n( iUn lia.ira First I'erform incii at 7:30 p. m. ritr ' Saup has rrtturu.'.! from a tori- ct Ita'y, hits native ronatry. , llr. ami .Mrs. Davl.l Jc lias an. I te.V Miss liarbura Johaa, havij r;v-ti-iiiSi.l from ft vi-yt Willi lelaiivPK at IK iiil.;' la V IhicoriHla. .loin a.' AiKthfiriH'. n-luriK'il la.st n'-.rl't from a Imsincss trip to ,J( n (his. ' p ? ;i.m. ami Mis. MHos Kr..l'k. (.ilhirt who haw rctm ne.l from a visit at ptiats ia lililiana and It iiu Is, ivtv ;ui?Hta r.i'Mitly of tt;o Veil, aii.l Mrs IM wanl L. Ur.lamt. of f rinwrly cf Cairo. 'The makini; PXft'lient prop new eharRf at (lr;s!uii. Man. Chris li.'vk. Donation of Cairo Sik stoa Haioi prls;' !l I'silU'llt of tin' I aay. has .h natr hrhlle aa.l (piirt to tho llorso Show. nioiicv "I presume every prominent man with a nioileratfl amount of wealth In pestered by a horde of pensioners," said a young attorney at the Lawyers' clah. "In aiMitlon to the regular par asites that prey upon him continually, are occasional needy onest that appeal in him at every opportunity. "In this te.speet the. lato Col. Hob:-rt tl. liifceisoll waa probably tho most annoyed man of his time, tlenerous to a fault toward Ills friends, his big heart was touched by appeals from ihe most casual stranger. I doubt if ( alio nrewiiis com-j ,,mre was a ,.,t). in wh,,,h hi lectured I a horse hair riding: ...i,,,..- lu, .,, i,,ave behind nart of that he had earned upon Women Avoid T'sia will lie awarded to the most Ki'ai'i't't:!, aid best lady horseback rider bi'tween the ages of 15 and 20 yt iiis. This is the finest piece of vork of t!iti kind we have ever seen (ieshen, Iud . V. a Kola. id 1 rtss with his land was made by Wli.'ii lie ai lt'lvo years wer Cairo Opera House D. L. WILLIAMSON, M naj cr. FrvE NTOHTS, COM EN . -INQ MONDAY, S BPT .... , , . f THE 9 Frank Dudley Co. IN . . : ' REPERTOIRE Ma ifl in Soeoio d ' Kiui' iol Efftt bcau titul Stave Costume. The Beauty Britfit of Tkm All t MONDAY NIGHT A DOMESTIC BLIZZARD. LADIES FREE Monday Night under usual con ditions. PRICES 10c, 20c and 30c. Seats on sals Monday at 8:30. Mis. It. J. Greaney and IaushK;i' OLD DENT OF C0 DIES DEATH OF MRS. JAMES MEEHAN MOTHER OF MRS. WM. MAG NER, OCCURS IN EAST ST. LOUIS. aimed the rectorate of the church u there was no choir and as tho resa't j '0 i f his enii'iiitlo efforts (here is nowi k 'sroni; ori!anIz.iti n of .litty vi.!c?Mj with an orcln-stra and ortcan as ae-j comiiauiments. l'arish work in otluvj lines Is a!so flourislilns: under the i Ven. Roland's able ministration. a Mexican cowboy, consumed in the inufi'cti re (if it. It can be seen at Farmer's supply company. OPErA HOUSE TONICHT fession of faith while hundreds went forward for prayer. Aleetinss will le held every night this week and the public is cordialiv invited to attend. Frank Oudley Co. Will Present "A Domestic Blizzard" as Their Opening Performance Air dome Moving Pictures. Infallible for Earache. ' Here is a remedy for earache never fcnown to fall: Take a bit of cotton batting, put upon it; a pinch of black pepper; gather it up and tie it; dip in sweet oil and Insert in the ear. l'ut a flannel bandage over the head to keep warm. It will give immediate relief. News was received here last even ing about 5 o'c lock of the death f Mrs. James Median, formerly of Cairo, who passed away at the how1 of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Hewitt, in East St. I-ouis Saturday at the as of 711 years. The decedent' was the mother of fhonias Meehan and of Mrs. . Wll 1am Magner, wife cf Alderman Ma..;- j ner of this city. Mis. Meehan was born In County Vateifcrd, Ireland in 18-1, her mai l n name, having been Uridip't Morris ;ey,: aa.l came to America with he: larpnts when sixteen years of n she came to Cairo and resided lere continuously until two years ago, vhen after the .Uat'.i of her husband, die went to East St. I-ouis to liv vith her daughter, Mrs. Hewitt. Tie aniily formerly resided at 217 Twe.i y -seventh street. The decedent .. but! - been gradual v failing since the death of her fin... band and her infirmities finally cn: .ninated in a stroke of paralysis last Monday, death ensuing Saturday. The 'remains will be brought to Cal vary cemetery at Villa Ridge for in terment this morning. Cairo rela tives and friends will assemble a the residence of Alderman William Magner at 213 Twenty-seventh str-' at 9 o'rlock this morning where car riasts will 1h In waiting to conve them to Calvary cemetery at Yib't Jtidge. Services will be rondueted at .itlje grave by Iter. Father James G I len, of St. Joseph's ciurch of whic. the decedent was a devout niembe for fifty years. Maori Women's Greeting. The native women of New Zealand, the Maori, when they greet rub nos, or. rather, touch noses, allowlug them reives to stand In this position several moments, making a sort of purring round. And, taking into account the j.erm theory, it Is a ninth more seasi Lle cued m thun kissing. CROWDS ATTEND T MEETING EXCELLENT RESULTS OF DR. M. WHARTON'S WORK HUN DRECS ASK FOR PRAYERS. KILLING OFT THE TEDDY BEAR BOYS WHO STUFF THE ANIMALS ARE ON A STRIKE PRESI DENT SAKMAN REDUCED WAGE SCALE. The very existence of the Teddy H';ir is threatened. i bat minister and leaders of womeu clubs liav; failed to accomplish with all their criticisms that the Teddy bear is driv ing ovt the doll as u plaything for li; t'.e pirl-.f and emlanseriuir th fail)'' ef the race by chilliiiK their mother spirit, may be brought about by a parcel of determined youngsters. They are the staffers of th. Teddy bear and they are on a strike. Without them the Teddy bear can have no bring. The boys have organized into a un ion and say they will cause a Teddy bear famine, if their former wages ar. not restored. President Sakman, or the manufacturing company says to boys formerly were paid by piec work and they demanded salaries, which he granted, but work imnr diately fell off so the piece scale w.i'- estored. There the boys turned out three times, as many bears as th." 'ia.1 on the salary basis, which anger d .Saknian, so he reduced the scale aid hence the strike. ' '5" y 4 . F'NK DUDLEY. CORONER'S INQUEST Over Remains of J. C. Kendrick Re sulted in Verdict of Death From Natural Causes Elks Took Charge. The attendance at the meeting at Calvary Baptist tent lait night was the largest since the meetings began. The tent was crowded and as a. re- Humanity's Ingratitude. Life gives us so many beautiful wonderful joys and rewards. It's rtrange we cannot more bravely bear I the little ills and burdens. i fc'j;t of fr. H. M. Wharton's powerful,, . i-einion a large nun.bber made a con Coroner McManus held an inquest yesterday over the remains of J. C. Kendrick. the lower Commercial salrx n man w ho died suddenly lute Saturday night. The jury was com posed of W. W. Hurke i foreman.) J. II. Woodward. Robert A. Hewitt. Peter Fraser, Lee Harrison. John Ma u.ney. The jury found upon due In Ifpiiry that deceased came to his death pom natural cacses. ' "The remainc were conveyed to 1 undertaking parlors of llurke Maine where they were prepared transportation to Jackson. Tenn. The Frank Dudley Co. will .open l.tir engagement tuii.;ht in the Mint society comedy "A Domestic iluzard.'' This production has been e itiire.. for several seasons as a one -laht .-tand attrac tion and it was only ecentiv that the management se eii.l the liijlit to prodveo it. The ilt t is based upon a wife's Jealousy .v l i. b affords some very complex and HH'j'mible siinations.x Throushtout 'iic entire play there runs a pretty eve story, terminating in a very eautiful climax. Mr. Frank Hudley r the inii'-h atused ImsiHind is all l .it ceu'ld bt- desired, while the sup oi'tiug company is fully up to the tamlai d. From indications a packed house a 1)1 gi.'it Mr. Dvdley upon bis ap csiTaiice lure tonight and to those who wish to take a Ivantage of the adits Tree ticket it will be well to se. "lire your seats early. The advance -ale opens promptly at 8:"0 at bar gain prices, l i, 2" an. I Sue. be: interred. Deceased of age and not married fw'o brothers where durea.. EAKIN-RITTENHOUSE CO. 616 COMMERCIAL AVE GASandElECTRIC SUPPLIES GAS PIPLNG AND IrfnOR H IlIfG A trCl Btovk of .... . Gas and Electrio combination fixtures, Gas Stoves, Electric Motors, Electric and Gas flat! Irons and electrical heating devices and nov elties of all kinds. Headquarters for Wel&boch Lamps and mantles the tk for to was 12 vears A sister an.l reside at Jackson ha 1 been in busin's filteen years before coming to Cairo last spring. He was a member ot the Elks an.! a delegation of that or-tfc-r came up from Jackson to take charge ef the remains. They were Jam. (Jasewell (exalted ruler.) Frank Reaves. R. S. Hurst. Mac I Mliips, Wlilis Taylor and T. C. liax ter. The Cairo KIks who took part in the affair were Kxalte.l Ruler. T. J. Pryor and M I. Fitzgerald. The luneral patty left via Mobile k Ohio train at t o'clock this looming The Airdome. w pi. -tnres and illustrated song it the new Airdome theatre tonight, he cooh st and most iileasiint movim; li.ture theatre In the city, the first time ever presented "A Lost Hat," a 'c-cil comedy picture full of funny .Iteatit ns. and "A Constable Please" picture fell cf comedy, a lime to ai'th. Miss Juauita Hryan sings the Mast rate. I s.n. "Won't You Come ')er t.i Philly. Willy." A Show that will please you. Bring your friends to the ever tmpular Airdome and see th" Iwst possible pictures pro.lrce.l. The price is only ..: to any part or thr theatre. First performance at 7: "n. and every half hour thereafter. Cf.me iily an.l stay as long as you like. FUNERAL NOTICE. MEEHAN Died. Saturday. Sept. " 1!'i7. In East St. Umis. Mrs. Janus M.-eban. luterment at Villa Ridge cem-terv Cortege will leave residence of Al derman William Migner. 215 Tweiitv sekelltii stiert at 8 o'clock this luttiu ing for Caivai) -enietery. Villa Ridge by carriages. Friends of the fimi'y Invited. NOTICE. A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Weber Dry floods Company, Cairo, lllimds. will l.e b-,i at th. "nipaiiv's office. No. 7" I Ohio street "aim. Illinois. n Thursday, S. ptem tr 2fi, i;"7 at S o'clock p. m. 'i.r the ii-irtMS? ef eoiisideiiug In Casing tli.'' e.-r. it'll StfHk of the -'o:,ip;.ny fr.nn f.Vl.i on O.to $ 1 :Hi,i.(n.rn in I Jor l ie transaction ! snch e,th r miiiess as may proirly cc.rne l ror.' aid lue. tine. ' JKSSE F.. MILLKR. Pres. I'. II. SMYTH. Sec. and Treas. Cairo. Illinois. August 31, V.''. Perf.ft dust man. side acent Ri se Cream. !ent"rs. also ag J. H Red 1 nt for White j Peoples Furnitu re Co. WILL FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR 10 GARRET CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS t80-7t COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO. II LM40IS. FELL 30 FEET. j KvsilFiiile. In,!., S-j t f Pdinnie p jPradshaw. rc d 11 y.-a-s. cli i bd a !tn-e to pp h a-j apple tt-if. let a f.ranch to which he wai c.ingii.fe t liroke an ) he fell ;:i) f et. sa tai ling t laiai tnjuiier. PIISS LEIDFI Electrolysis and Electric Facial and ScsljJ treatment. Manicur ' (ni.' SHsmoooing. A Select !ie ef Toilet Articles. ROOM S GILBERT BLOCK. Home Phone 232. the plat form. 1 ought to know some thing of this, for 1 myself made a touch on the colonel, and he respond ed to it like the gentleman that he was. "It was down in Memphis about ten years ago. llow I happened to bo ihere Is nobody's business. It is enough to say that I was 'stone broke,' friendless and desperate. I even en vied the swearing, half-uaked steve dores down, at the river wharves, as they stood In line to receive their pay, only to hustle off and lose their money In a crap game. My hotel bill at the Peabody was worrying me a lot. D wasn't big, but I had nothing with which to pay it. I scarcely had nerve enough to go In and eat my meals, and I never would have stepped up to the desk if I hadn't been compelled to ask the clerk for my mail In the hope that a letter might contain a c heck that would relieve my misery. "One day f noticed in the hotel i lobby a lithograph likeness of Col. In- gersoll. 1 had seen it before, an nouncing a lecture on 'The Mistakes of Moses.' Hat this time it furnished an inspii ailon. I hated to confess it. 1 had met Col. Ingersjli in the days of my prosperity, a year or so before. Hut the meeting had heen of the most I casual soit and gave me not the slightest claim upon his friendship. I I doubted if he even renumbered me. Snch was my necessity, and so low had my self respect ebbed that I tie (ermined to join the vast army of lei clies that followed him. "On the night of ihe lecture, which was given the next evening. I went around to the stage door and gained admission by stating that 1 , was a friend of the famous orator. A stage hand gave me a seat In the wings, and at the close of the 1 -c tare handed my note to Col. Ingei-aoll. "1 can see (be iicble old chap as he came out into the wings to meet me lie evidently had nut my kind before, but he was patient arid courteous. '" 'I don't remember you," he said, but tell me what 1 can do for you.' "Tell him I unloosed the tongue of my woe and let fly. I told him I had to have 2D. " 'That is a pretty large sum for one man to ask of a stranger,' he remons trated gently. "I admitted It, but pleaded the harder. '"Very well,' he weakened, handing me the bill. "Only remember that I am not st) rich as many think I am. Hundreds of persons ask me for money. I can't give them all twenty- dollar bills. Some day I may need this, so If you have any luck hereafter send It to me. I may have to pass it on to some other poor devil." "That loan of the colonel's helped me over the rough hill of my hard luck. Inside of a year I was in Wash ington with a good job. One day. and it happened to be pay day for me. I was coming down the elevator of the old building formerly occupied by the department of justice .on Pennsylva nia avenue, not far from the White House. The elevator shaft was chirk, and I did not reoognize two men that entered the car as it stopped at the floor below the one at which I had stepped in. When the passengers got out at the ground floor I noticed one of the men stop and hand a quarter to an old apple woman who was sitting on the stoop outside the door beside her basket. "The giver of the coin w-as Col. Io gersoll. A f.-cling of shame swept over me. I had not returned th money that had been of such benefit to nie In the crisis of my lire. I had Z?t in my pocket, and I knew my land lady would be lenient with, me, so I grew bold. The colonel was just get- ting into his carriage at the curb. ' "Col. Incersoll,' I said, stepping up to him. 'I cion't suppose j-iiu remem ber meT' " No,' he replied, just a trifle sus piciously. 'I don't believe I do.'. ' Well,' I replied. T believe you said that once before, but this time I don't think you will regret having me refresh your recollection. First take this f'.'o. and I'll explain myself. "I .lid. and I don't think I ever felt, mcue proud of havlne pulled myself together than I did then, for I was telling the utory to the one man who had seen how nearly down and out I had been. ' ' ' . '"".My boy,' he eaUt. laylne a bis, friendly' liafid tin my shoulder, "you duii'f khrt how happr yon have made me feel. That repays me for the thousands that never have come beck. "A few w.-eks la'er I read a press dispatch ann.'iinelng that he had sud denly dropped into his last sleep at his home at lobhs Ferry. I had paid my P-bt none too soon." I Kingdom of the Mmd. The mind Is monarch and it rat i,:ke it? king-dom eiiher a heaven ot .pinios or hades of toituie. Wisdom from the German. Do not hang all on one nail. Ger man Proverb. When a woman suffering from female trouble is told that an oper ation is necessury, it, of course, frightens her. ' The verv thought of the hospital, the opuratTiij,' table and the knife strikes terror to her heart, It is quite true that these troub les may reach a stage where uu ope ration is tike, only resoiuvkJbut a great many women have been cured by Lydia K. fiukhaui's Vegetable fcimipiiiiiul after au operatiuu has been decided upon as tho only earn. The strongest and' most grateful . '!- statements possible to make come from women who by tailing: Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs, have X1 evidenced bv Miss Uom Moorc'scase, of 37 W , atU bt. N.V Site wr.tes.- IVar M rs. Pinkham:-"Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has eared me of the very worst, form of female trouble and I wish to express to you mv deepest gratitude. I suffered intensely for two years so that I was unable to attend to my V.htles ami was a burden to my family. 1 doctoredand doctored with or, W temporary relief and constantlyobjecttng. to an operation which I was advised to undergo. 1 decided to try Iydia K. Pinttbium's Vegetable CiUiiud;.lt cured me of the temble trouble and I am now In better health than I biivo been for many 'years. This and other such eases should encourage every woman to try L-y dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before she submits to an operation. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pink-hats, at Lynn, Muss. From the symptoms given, the trouble may bo located and the quickest andsnrest way of recovery advised. Easy Starching KiiiL'l'.rd's (Mvesro Silver Gloss Starch is the easiest to prepare ; disixlues iiin.uulv. niav either lw buil.'d or used with cold water. Fastest to apply, for il penetrates to every thread and tibre. F.a-iu to iron, for it polishes quickly and never slicks, hi tW-t iheONLY .Starch l'ur perfect work i SILVER GLOSS STARCH IVeitnext starohins day and you wlil be surprised and delighted at Tit- life and l.riliianev it gives to your linens and laces. Imparts u beauti ful white tinisli not ei)inil''d bv any oilier. Just the starch for shirt waisU, kins, neckwear, mhlp .. linen.' cumins, etc. Cnsnrpsmied for tueu linen. Has been the HtJindard ofquality for over half a century. BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF STARCHING For genera! use boil si directed. For light ttarching unequ&Ied !j o cold water starch, requiring no boiling. Made for over Cfiv vettm al Oswego. All grocers, m full weight packages. T. KINGSFORD & SON. Oswego. N. Y. NATIONAL STARCH COMPANY, Successors. A SSL&k I V -. f mstv Mt a- 'jftsMaV 'I r w , w.. 'AiW "t - . r - j FIRST mmmnmwpjmimmmmsmmr AND TRUST COMPANY 609 611 Ohio Street, - Cairo, Illinois. Capital, $250,000.00 Surplus, 50,000.00 The largest DEPOSITS of any Southern Illinois Bank in Advantages to Depositors This Bank receives de posits of all kinds and allows interest on savings ac counts at rate o 1 per cent. Persons responsible for care of funds, large or small, may with confidence entrust them to this insti tution. The combined wisdom and experience of its officers and directorate are constantly available to guide its counsels and oversee its management. OFFICERS. J. 5. cAlSTHORPE, President H. S. C AND EE, Vict-Trtsident W. H. WOOD, Vice-President W. T. HALLWAY. Vke-Tresident CEO. F- 0RT. Cistv'er And Secretary H. R. tAlSHlQRPE, c4ssisUnt Cashier and Assistant Secretary J. S. AISTI10RTE RFED GREEN cANDREW LOUR W. H. WOOD DIRECTORS . 5. C AND EE H. E. HALLWAY PAUL G. SCHUH TH0S. P. COTTER W. P. H ALL W A Y 7705. . SMYTH M. C. WRIGHT Hickory Stove Wood Va run two wagons, make prompt deliveries. Clark-Danforlh Handle Comoanv The only place In town where you can get sll Hickory Wood. Two horse Wagon load 91.50. BF.LL PHONE 135 West 21st 8L, M.4 0.R. R. DRINK Lohr's Soda Water IT IS THE BET. -Jr- rTZrK nuJuS f tVLK r ilLi. pt It Ym fir- wrt nmt Hriirlalk j BV.M Tr , FOR MALr A CENTURY WOOD'S FEVER PILLS HAVE BEEN RECOGHfZZO as m BURCC URB tor mil BILIOU,an4 MALARIAL OIEAK As a Female Regulator, Blood Pmrifiar, d3 la rai.- 'e Tor,tfd Liver, tbe bv o equW 900 A EOMu DR. Vfr WOOD & SONS. Cairo. IH.