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& THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1007.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN tad at tk Olrepotofflo lor tnuumlMdoa Uraagk tk Mil at Moond-elaM tU tmiaitimt mttmtttij THE WEATHER gr 1 11 Willi 11 Yesterday'! Cairo Temperatures. Maximum .'.; , . . ' -87 M inltnunt C4 Ai 7 i. m. .......... ......... 80 Al 12 midnight (street record ... J4 . ' General ;onditioiu. ""KtPnlny as fair and clordy ty i It'irs with a btrcms '., percentage of liun:idity which made the day oppres- slvc towani evening. The govern H3 cut bulletin reiwrted measurable . rain from eleven points, none heavy. It extended over the Dakota, Minne i:i.f;i, northern Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Arkansas. Tin; extreme ..of tem perature were 88 at Vickshurg fend Fliruvepni't and ?,G st Scranton. ." Inbfs is Tk Store Tiat Best Serves Tie People By best we mean the store that offers the people the best advantages for trading, where value-fllvind and sterling quality excel. Since o ir opt:ilnif day Ruby's has successfully operated upon the strict principle that every garment housed here must be fully up to our usual standard of excellence and must dive supreme satisfaction or your money back. Now on exhibition in our wonderful clothing store, the largest and most artistic stock of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Correct Autumn Clothes ever under one roof in Southern Illinois as large as three ordinary stores-Ulvinji our patrons exceptional varieties from which to select where every fancy and taste can be thoroughly realized. These clothes are the crcem of the products of America's most ingenious master tailors and are clothes of character and magnificence, insuiing accuracy of fit, proper fashioning, shape permanance and continued sightliness. The superiority of Ruby's values asserts Itself at every turn. By reason of our cash buying rrgani qation and our tremendous output Ruby's commands buying privileges and consequent selling advantages not enjoyed by other local concern, all of which redounds to ourpitrons benift. That's why we CAN and DO undersell all Cairo stores on clothes of merit-'ns offerings will positively prove. Forecasts For Today. Speaking of local conditions the FoverimibUt bulletin said: "While the indications are for generally fair wea ther in Cairo and vicinity tonight and Thursday, there la a probability that -jth the eastward movement of this depression local thunderstorms will occur." Kentucky and Tennessee (Issued at Louisville): Fair; not much change iii, temperature. i at !:. . . forecast. the y.vors- ONE NIGHT ONLY r MONDAY, OCTOHEK O. HARRIS ELDCN Offers the Stupenduous success THE BELL OF JAPAN . With MISS BESSIE CL FTON AND -THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK COMPANY. MOST NOVEL FUN SHOW IN THE WORLD Seats on sale Saturday at 8:30. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c. i ONE NIGHT ONLY Q TUESDAY, OCT JBER O Lincoln J. '"urter's 8 nsati nnl Surprise Too Proud To Beg The Fon'i4 enormous tnelo dramatic success. SSElhe wonderful fire scene; The revolving Chamber. Frlces 2!ii, 60c, 75o Seats on sIe Monday, Oct. 7. 1 wrM I I V" y I , " s r tl r -'4 VafSf PATHE 213 EIGHTH ST. Roving Picture Show "Adventure of a Bath Chair. " "Kirenun On Duty.' "We Have Nj One to Care For Us Now." First Show 7:15 p. m, .. 1 i NICKLEODEON Program Changes DAILY. Late Hub et and New Bongs 1311 WssMnqi. n Ave MISS LEIDEL Electrolysis and Electric Facial and Scalp treatment. Manicur ing, Shampooing. A Select line of Toilet Articles. ' ROOM 5 GILBERT BLOCK. Horns Phono 292. Special Offer Ten full size packages of For Only $1.00 TU. k tl. , IS as is 2S fmmrt Wl Twwitt firital Tfc tmttm . ftrnttol TiM fnmimr . fMol t inJ Anlmpli. r fnsrtl fh.TOW Crmm Mftnl VmU4JSMS . tl m 1tl c1 m mt 'M. M f. mil f i'W H ml 1h Srtf4l r. .art t RiNuf iriirl pmfmmmm la M MMi w. tan. PAUL 6.SCHUH A SOft'S Agents. often be salt; beneficial to one it is ultimately of henef. Kxaetiy as it Is a roc. interior of our country jwrts on the At'antic a and the Gulf should he modious, so it is to the I dwellers on the coant th ior should possess ample the transjwrtation of its pn interests are ail closelv ji and in the Ion? run It will' that we go up or ro down The Panama Canal. .- Take, for instance, the Canal. If the Mississippi is i to its former place of imports highway of commerce, tht building of the Panama Canal w ff.Tf ad an ImmoiltntA n.lirnntnVM. business of evory city ana countryfe iin-i. m me aimsisKippi vauey. I l Mi-t that the building of that canal wil f M of especial advantage to the steirf mat lie along the Pacific and M states that lie along the Gulf; and Si after all, I feel that the advantage 7f be shared in an only less degree ' the states of the interior and of t Atlantic coast In other words, it a thoroughly national work, und 3k vantage of all of us-t-to the adva tage of the nation as a whole. The?" fore I am glad to be able to report you how well we are, doing with canal. There is bound to be a cj tain amount of experiment, a certi amount of feeling our way, in a ta-? so gigantic a task greater than an of Its kind that has ever hitherto beff T undertaken Jn the whole history ofS4" mankind; but the success so far hats been astonishing, and we have not met with a single one of the accidents ir drawbacks which I freely confess I expected we should from time to time encounter. We, in the first place laid the foundation for the work bv securing the most favorable possible conditions as regard the health, com fort, and safety of the men who wei e to do it; and now the Canal Zone is in point of health better off than tho average district of the same size at home. Then we went at the prob lem of the actual digging and dam building. For over a year past we have been engaged in making the dirt ny In good earnest, and the output of the giant steam shovels has steadtiv Increased. It is now the rainy sss- son, when work is most difficult on the Isthmus, yet in the month of Au gust last we excavated over a million and two hundred thousand cubic yard' of earth and rock, a greater amount than In any previous month. If we are able to keep up substantially the rate of progress that now obtains we shall finish the actual diguing within flvi or sis years; though when w come to the great Gatun dam anil locks, while there Is no question a4 to the work being feasible, there are several elements entering into the time problem which make it unwise at presnt to hazard a prophecy in refer ence thereto. Now, gentlemen, this leads me ur V-V annthnr m.ttor tnr nall.n.l mn.l E1 , .( . i t... Hlmr sua e .iiii wiai la UUI JJI not primarily of Importance O' he roast regions. It Is every nueh the concern of the farm Iwelis a thousand miles water as of the fisherman wb his living on the oeean, for concern of every good Am knows what the meaning patriotism is. This nitely committed to mental policies to line, for InMsnee. ar. nly of building. bt'L of policing and deff-m Canal. We have defi . "y fK CO Our Mens' Fall Our Mens' Fall II. I HI ,.., ., ,1,1 ' ,l";l.':,l . "' 'iL"" ".TTTr'Ht .l""" ' " T''" " 4 , Suits at $20.00 Suits at $14.75 piwfiiy exemplify the woftdetful achievements in Are marvels of value they are positively the best the art of modern clothes building they're clothes clothes Ruby's or any other store in the city ever of exceptional character, possessing all the virtues offered at $14 75 at the op miiig of the season built of the highest priced and cleverest custom tailored cf strictly all-wool fibucs, iu a world of attractive attire. The dressy blacks and bhies, smooth fm patterns and colors. The correctly fashioned doub'e ished worsteJs and cassimeres, in patterns and col- and single breasted ceats, in the prevailing leng hs orings as varied as your fancies The new coat f)rm tracing and accurat-. fitting, skilfully tai oied mode s suits that are hand-tailortd and artistically throug"i and through. At l ast $20 elsewhere, fashioned clothes of geotility and tone. Un- DQfl Ruby's piice, for thoi-e A 7C matchable under $25 elsewhere. Ruby's price pU of hundnds - - - ' - uItiIU Young Men's Young Men's $18.00 Suits Suits , , , . , . . . . . "7, Clothes thot will favorably htnke the fancy of par- Modeled in the very latest fashions, possessing all ticular young dressers, of strictly all wool fobis, the new features sought by particular young dress- in the pi oper new patterns and colors, also blacks ers the ; correct pattern and color novelties. Suits and blues. Tne newly fashioned single and double- of sterling quality. At least $22.50 elsewhere, breasted coats suits that are expeitly tailored Ruby's price for choice 010 throughout. At least 15.00 elsewhere 01 1 7E of hundreds - - - - y 0 Ruby's price... M I 1 1 1 D ,.,. e,.i..,c.. ........ Men's and Young Men's Fall SCHLOSS 8B0S. & C0.TnfC0flTS M mmm Baltimore Tailor-made Clothes that reach the acme of perfection excelling most The proper new fall models coats that are both custom -mac e apparell S. B. & Co's choicest Fall practicable and fashionabte in the latest fab ics Suits and Topcoats are tow 01 Q fn OQC and patterns. Values that can- Q 7P n OOC ready for ) our choosing.. 0 10 IU 0u3 not be equalled in the west U3 Q )Z3 BOYS 37,00 SUITS FOR S4.95 BOYS' S4 SUITS FOR 2.95 Sea ch from one end of the city to the other and The best suits you ever bought at this price; the yuu'll not find suits of such thorough goodness and S01 f clothes lhat will always look neat and trim, quali y under $7.00 elsewhere; Ruby's offers ou because they're made right. New fall styles iu choice of hundreds of nobby garments for $4.95; wool cheviots and cassimeres; strictly weai-iesisting elegant serges, fancy worsteds, cassimeies and chev- and service giving suits, twenty differett patterns, iots; newest fall patterns and styles; two-piece, dou- in ark an medium color; straight or knicker b!e biea-ted suits, Xotfo'K and Knickerbocker suits; pacts; all sizts; 6 to 16 years, not a suit in the Sailer suits and Russian Blouses, strictly AJ Qr lo-worth less than $4; at Rub's choice Qrt QP high quality c'othes; $7 values at...... OTiuO of lumdreds - -- uZlUj BOYS S5 SUITS $3,95 Sfit Boys' Blouses 75c Values 42c in this autumn's richest patterns; double-breasted; . Norfolk, Siilor and Russian b'ouse styles, for boys Of Scotch Cheviots, light and medium colors, co lar 3 to 16 years old; at least $5 elsewhere; QQ QP atta h-d; sizes 6 to 15 years; 75c values I l)n at Ruby's... UJU J fir 4ZC New Fall Neckwear 8oy's Knee Panisse vaiu s 45c Fancy and plain colored four-in-hands, rich Cfn autumn sludes; extra values JUu Boys' medium and heavy weight wcol cheviot pants; Cairo's representative for the famous CnnlnOO 'c11 inadt". ta'cd sc3,ns; a11 hizef Cft Keiscr Cravats"..... -UUU IU uZ actual 75c vahlcs' bt Ruby' vcr' Mial tJU New Fall Shirts New Fancy Vests Negligee and pleated; the best selection in shown in Cairo, cuffi attached, coat shirt style; 01 Hfl a . .u . . " - i , . ' A I llll An assortment th it is .ittrctim' widespread .itcn- choice UllUU .- i A . ' . Hon; luu is Jine i ovtitics in Q 4 n Cft down 01 S":t"$l-50 to $3.50 " Oi'OU ' 0l CAIRO'S LARGEST CLOTHING STORE vv uXSutss cms. t uiuin hi '- " rm That New Hat at Ruby's This Fall lare imnni the grw f ' n.i it would be a 1 ' I ' eaknegu, having tak ' r.f ..... . r ' . , ' A . Ik i fore, tin lens we are r V ion this pla-e. to aaa. and thus make sure that you ate receiving the v ry lest value offered In the city. By far the largest and best selected s ocks in Ciiro. The correct fall i j-c, models in tiff hits; the new browns bid fair to be qnite p pu.ar, also the proper tew telescope soil hats, in the litest tins, browns pear's and blacks. You'll piy 5 elsewhere i .t tve quality Rubs f ffersat 50iswhitotl.tr stores ask for hts no better than Ruby's sells for 1 N VI S1.90 OPERA IIOLSK BLOCK. in liiii uiuili hiuvhij ijf jj mm To The cMany Visitors: We Welcome You To Oar Store.