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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1907, 1 r ; ... aksi Our display of additional new lines of Ladies' Wearing Apparel Miilinery' and other Fall Goods of various kinds this week ought to be of special interest to every intending pur chaser Among others we will show quite a number of Millinery novelties, an entire new assortment of Suits, Skirts and particularly of Shirt Waists, all goods which failed to reach us in time for our opening. Your inspection is cordially invited. A JZ-Xl B IE I TODAY AT CAIRO CHURCHES REGULAR SERVICES AT CALVARY BAPTIST TENT REV. CLARK BRADEN WILL OCCUPY CHRISTIAN CHURCH PULPIT "CITY BUILDERS" WILL BE DISCUSSED BY REV. OHRUM, OF THE CAIRO BAPTIST CHURCH NO SERVICES AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH SPECIAL CELEBRATION BY MONTEFIORE CONGREGA TION. . Cairo Baptist. Corner of Tenth &1 Poplar struts. Parsonage adjo.iilng. Pastor,: Rer. S. C. Ohrum. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 a. aa. Even ing service 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. B. Y. p. U. meeting Sunday 6:30 p. m. Morning subject: "Ths Pribknii of Distracting Sorrow;" evening, City Huiiderg of the Northwest or tlm Place of Faith in the Building of the Queen' City of Puget Sound. The ex idoiU of these city builders is an en trancing romance. Presbyterian Church. Corner of Eighteenth street and Washington avenue. Manse adjoin ing. Pastor, Rev. ,A, S. Buchanan, school 10 a. m. Evening service 8:00 1. m. Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Junior Cnristaiti , Endeavor Sunday 2:30 p. m. Morning subject: "A Giant Slaugh tered." At the 'evening service Rev. William HoMerby Will probably cc cupy the pulpit Immanuel Lutheran. Douglas street between Washington and Walnut streets. Pastor, Rev. . Charles H. Armstrong. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning service 11 o'clock. Evening service, 8:00 p. ra. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Chris tian' Endeavor service 6:45 p. m. Morning. subject:- 'Only a Step;" evening, "Walk Worthy," vice and sermon, 7:30 o'clock. At the evening service there will be a special celebration ot the feast of', "Succoth" or "Tabernacle." Rabbi B. Sadler will deliver a sermon on the shbject of "Religious Joy." There will be special music by the or ganist, Miss Bertha Schlosser and the Juvenile choir. Church of the Redeemer. Corner of Sixth and Washington. Residence adjoining. Ven. A. H. W. -Anderson, rector. Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday school 9:30 a. ni.; sermon and morn ing prayer, 11 a. m.; evensong and sermon, 8:00 p. m. St Patrick's Church. Corner of Ninth street and Wash ington avenue. Father James Dow ney, pastor. First mass and sermon, 8 a. in. High mass and cwnmunlun 10 a. ni. Sunday school 2 p. m. Ves pers and benediction 3 p. in. Calvary Baptist Tent. Rev. Dr. I.. B. Bass will preach at the Gospel Tent this morning and evening on subjects to be announced at the time. The Sunday school will be held'at 9:15 this morning and the praise service and sermon will fol low this. Dr. Bass expeuta a larga meeting tonight. The big tent will accommodate all who may come. A large choir will furnish the music. The tent ia locate.! at Twenty-eight and Sycamore streets. All will be wel come. ' Jaro, Philippine Islands, is dead from paralysis of the brain. Bishop Hook er was a native of New York, lie was ordained at Rome in 18SS and became Iwcame vice rector of the American College, later becoming secretary of the aposteiic delegation at Washing ton. In IMS he was appointed bishop of Jaro. Christian Church. . Meets at Safford Hail. O. D. Maple, pastor. Residence 420 Douglas street. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.. Dr. A. E. Freeman, - superintendent; 11. con numlon and preaching; 7:30, preach 1".8. Rev. Clark Braden, a former pas tor, wilt preach both morning an I evening. The public is in vited to hear him. Prayer meeting Wednes day. Lecture Study by the Pastor. Subject: "Before We Had a Bible." All are Invited. Montefiore Congregation. Synagog at 1108 Commercial avi mie, U. Sadler, rabbi. Regular hours of service; Sabbath school, 3 o'clock; choir practice, 4 o'clock; evcuiug k. r- First Methodist Comer of Eighth and Walnut treets. Parsonage rear of church on Eighth street Pastor, Rev. W. T. Morris. Morning services 11 a. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Evening service 8:00 p. m. Epworth League meeting at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. There will be no preaching service at this church today because of the absence of Rev. Morris, attending con ference at Mt. Catntuel. He will re turn ,Monday. CATHOLIC CHURCH NOTES. Bible lessons for tlte eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost; from the fir.t Epistle to the Corinthians. Chapter I, fourth to eighth verses: and from the Gospel of St. Matthew IX Chap ter, first to eighth verses. Rev. Father Downey of St. Patrick's has returned and will officiate today in all services. Very Rev. Hyacinth Epp, founder of the American Capuchins died recent'y in Pittsburg, in the seventy-first year of his age. Mr. George Fishier, a noted news paper writer, formerly a staff writer on the Chicago Inter-Ocean, has join ed the Trappiat monks. The cottage system of housing or phans has been adopted at Mount 1-orette, New York, in lieu of larf buildings where hundreds have been sheltered under a single roof. The group is arranged as three sides of a quadrangle, with the church in the GENERAL CHURCH NOTES. There are 5W.0OO Greek C'iUiiolies in the I'nited States, most of them from Austro-Hungary. September finds Bishop John SI. Walden in the smi-centennia! of Iks entrance into the Methodist confer ence of Ohio. The presbytery of Toronto has de cided to work among the Bulgarians, Syrians and Jews in that. city. The Presbyterian eca its centennial, has had Rev. A. 11. t Temper as its pastor for thirty-four years. The Michigan Methodist Protesant conference has voted to exclude wo men front the ministry and will re fuse to ordain them hereafter. The Freeman Avenue MethodWt Will Open Monday. The Cassidy Commission company had the telegraph wires run into (heir new office at 1)3 Sixth street yesterday und will be open for busi ness Monday morning. Capt. Frank Cassidy, for many years in the same business on Ohio street, is the ninn rgi'r of the new concern. Ball Game at Mounds. The second game in the series be tween the Ruby's and' the Pabst of Cairo, will be held at Mounds this afternoon. The Rubys won the first i:nuie bv the score of ('. to S. If the church at Sen- t.i,,., ijii.w.narc ci..i.i ! ih i,mh .x. ... mni lias jusi rcieorauru tMm, will nlav tl.e third nn,1 ,WI.1i,. game for the champianshop of Cairo. A large crowd from Cairo will ftten the game, leaving here at 2:33 o'clock BUCK'S HOT BLAST We will put any one of our Buck's Heating Stoves in your home for Slit DOWN, Jloo" PER WEEK ttMllililMrtllsliJilili "TsHOOtsi , BUHFOSO) FURNITURE COMPANY. Feast of the Booths. The Jewish Suocvth, or Feast of the "Booths, In commemoration, of the harvest time, will liesrin tin's hvpii cnurcn. wnicn s a mission station W lng at (! 0-,lo(.k iUlll ,ast nnt Monla Cincinnati, will soon have a free lunch counter, baths, an employment bureau and a reading room. j For fifty years Samuel Cook has been a deacon of the First Baptist church, of 'SYoburn, Mass., and tlv congregation has shown substantial appreciation of his untiring efforts. The Presbyterian general assembly committee of Young People's societiej evening at the same hour. The feast is a memorial of the time the Jew! people dwelt in tents on their way to the Land of Promise and were till ers of the soil. AMUSEMENTS center. The school house, which is .," " ... . ,1 . 7 " ' 1 m " "-sKins win appear at r.r -!M Q,..,.at. "i m.hMous, the Calro OI)era house Wednesday roi.vw.w.j iu.r..u vtu-uo. , i night. Admission 25, 3ii and 50c. The J lay is a comedy with singing am Southern Methodist.' Corner Thirty-seventh and Elm streets. Pastor, Rev. J. T. Trarey, Services at this church are as follows: Sunday school, 9:S0 a. m. "Preach ing service, 11 a. m.. Junior Ep worth league, 2:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m. Senior league. Preaching service, 8:15 p. in. Wednesday evening prayer meeting 8:00 p. m. Friday evening cottage prayer meeting 7.30 p. m. 8L Joseph's Church. Corner of Cross and Walnut streets. Father James Cillen, pastor, Services will he held at St Joseph's Roman Catholic church today as fol- kws: First mass and sermon. 8 a. m. High mass and sermon. 10 a. m. Sunday school, 3 p. m. Vespers and benediction, 3 p. m. Are proof, children. It is said that Archbishop Quigiev of Chicago, has asked for the conse cration of a Polish-American priest as auxiihiry Bishop. There are about 23.O0 Polish-Americans in the Chica go Archdiocese. At the convent of the Sister's of No tre Dame, Chicago, recently, one hut'- j drt d made their linal vows and seven ty postulants were received into t'.ie trder. In a reeent speech in Muenster in the Catholic province of Westphalia, Kaiser William complimented the peo ple on their, progressivenetis of loy alty conditions there being more peaceful than in any other part of the empire. The Poiie has added Hebrew Arch aeology and Sacred Art to the course of studies to be pursued hereafter In the Italian theological seminaries. Some of the wooden churches of Norway are fully 700 years old and in a good state of preservation. Their timbers have successfully resisted the aimet Arctic winters because they have been repeatedly coated with tar. Frederick Za.iok Hooker, the fir it Aim Mean Roman Catholic bishop of THE CHURCH ABROAD. 1 dancing seeia!ties. An excellent ine tatnoncs nave in thirty years baml accompanies the company. gameu aoout i iu.tou converts anions the Baganda tribe of the equatorial region cf Africa. , A strong effort is being made in England to secure another revision cf the Episcopalian hymn books, est peclally the sons for the children. Home mission work in the North Yorkshire section cf England is now beiu rew Melodramas have the snap ginger, the go. and dash as that com billed in "The Phantom Detective.' which cotes to the Cairo opera house for a matinee a. id night. Saturday Sept. 2Sth. From ail points the melo drama has features that prove at traefire In fill rlii-wes of nsitrnns f- .lone by the WeslOvan Metho-j rlftfm(.t .iramatlc Intensity, startling al dhus with an aid of a large'-motor van. Lffecti, wondrous scenerv and a n TIlP report of the Church nf Rn'elan,! 1 ,- ... ... xu OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00 00000000900 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o W..T. REIS3 R. D STAPLE TON ReissStapIeton Dry Goods Co. THE STORE OF QUALITY Popular -sentiment greatly encouraged us during our opening display. Your, hearty approval of a strictly high class line of Millinery, Cloaks, Suits, Wraps, Skirts, Dry Goods and Silks, means much to us more to you. Always something new and different to show you. Meet your friends with us. eton Dry Goods Co. 808 Commercial Avenue. . Reiss-Stapl o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o fiie report of the Church of England Mission to Hop Tickers shows 40 mis sionaries. 2o trained nurses and 33 ether women workers engaged in this field of Christian efTort. For every $5.fo raised in Great Britain and Ireland for mission wo'k of the Wesleyan Methodist church, a sir.ilar sum has the past year been coiitiihrted by the mission field itself. In the I'l years since the Christian Elidtavnr movement appeared in Eng land and Wales H.Ooo societies have bet !i formed, and will probably have a rnming of-age celebration next year, One f the most Interesting of the timbered churches of England is that rf St. Oswald, near Manchester, which was built in 12Ht; and has out classed many a stately building that w.tN rpiarryhewn. den of fierce Nubian lions play their part in making the production one ,f the most sensatirvally realistic on the road this season. The attraction conies under the management of the Rowland fsnd Clifford amrsem company. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bids for the erection of a brick an nex. ZC, by 7.' feet, to the Cairo Bap tist church at Cairo. Illinois, will be received by the undersigned until Wednesday. October ISth, 1107. plans and sp ciflcation can be seen at the offiep of John S. Jenkins, Architect. Cairo. 111. A certified check for five per cent r.f the amount rf bid must accompany all projosals. The ri!'t to r"jc-ct any anil all bids is reserve 1. C. B. S. PENNEBAKER. Chairman Building Committee. NOTICE. "The Flaming Arrow," Lincoln J. Carter's original western play, which plays are now so nich in vogue, is now on its tenth annual tour, and seems to be one of the few successes. that can rejieat each year and please all. The same big company, Indians, band, horses. ftc are still a feature, while a new complement of scenery is being shown. The engagement here is for one night, Friday, Sept. 27th, at the Cairo opera house. What's In a NameT Eaton Alexander runs an "catln' honse" In Evanston, 111., and a New York paper tells us that a beautiful widow who was charmed by the sing ing of J. Humbird Duffy gave up a fortune to become his wife. NOTICE. I have purchased the yard and busi ness of the G. W. Robinson Coal Co, at Twenty-sixth street and Commer cial avenue and will continue the same. M. T. Cahill and (J. W. KoDtn son composing the O. W. Robinson Coal Co.. will collect all accounts and pay all bills. D. F. M'CARTHY. o o o oooooooooooooooooocoooooocooooo A special meeting of the gtockhold ers of the Weber Dry flood Company, J Ciro, Illinois, will be held at the Company's office. No. 701 Ohio street,! Cairo. Illinois, on Thursday, Septem-j ler 2C. 1307. at 8 o'clock p. m. ! for the purjos of considering In-1 creasing the capital stork of the ......... t . A AAA . A , A r.A Q) and for the transaction of euch other! j t usines as may properly come before saM metine. JESSE E. MILLER, Pn. r. If. SMYTH. Sec. and Treai. Cairo. Illinois, August 31. 107. o o LOST! Gabriel Automobile Horn, on county road betwceJ Cairo and Tamms. Return to Solomons, 709 Commercial Ave., and receive reward. ! FALL MILLINERY! We now have on sale a full line of Tailored and Dress Hats in all predominating styles and mater terials for this season, Also a special lot of the New Fancy Feathers, Coques and Ostrich. w E H a v E NO OPENING but are always pleased and ready to show goods. See the goods we carry then use your judgment. ISTEV.ENSON'S! 803 Washington Avenue. FIRST BANKl AND TRUST COMPANY 609-611 Ohio Street. - - Cairo Illinois. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. i i ALL BUSINESS MEN REQUIRE 1. A safe b.tnk in which to deposit thtir money and securities. ( 2. A bank froai which to borrow money to carry on leg itimate business interest X A bank earcfully equipped q tender the best as,istance to every business proposition and fully organized iayery banking department. 4. A bank liberal in its businesi meihol, but conservatively t mntttin-rd to tnsiirt? safetv . - p 5. A bank large enough to inspire the cotfidence of its customers, but not to large to give every consideration to the interest of rising young business men. 6. A bank with courtemn officers, capable of giving crui tomets sound b'j.si es advice. Safety Boxes for Rer.t in cur vu't bui't expressly for the purpose of sto-ag cf VaJuaVe'. You ext. cordially invited to eel! on u. The largest DEPOSITS of any Bank in ' Southern Illinois.