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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1907.
t , S Bon't Let' Tcz Watchman Sleep - The liver h the watchman of the Ixxly. So long as it keeps actively at work:, there is little danger from bilious attacks or other disorders that follow a torrid liver. Ion't let it la;r don't let it go to sleep. At the iirst stns ot a lazy, drowsy liver, take ' . eechantt the best remedy ever discovered for keeping the bile regulated. There is no other medicine like them for muddy complexion, dull eyes, constipation, stomach troubles, sick headache, dizzi ness and jfeneriil debility, Keechani's Piils promptly carry all poisonous matter from the system, act quickly on the bile and are a grand ujd remedy to Waken The Liver In boxes with full directions ioc. nd 55c. THE CAIRO BULLETIN Avprago dally excem nlnco January 1, 0.8 degrees, Precipitation. Total this month 1.14; Know fall, 0. Greatest juerfpltatlon in 21 houn 0.10, date 2ml. Know on the ground at eud of month, 0. Total Precipitation This Month in 1871.2.31 1881.2.74 18U1.0.29 lDOl.l.'.C 1872.2.50 1HS2.3.28 1S92.0.80 1SHI2.3.20 187.1.4.09 18811. 0.34 189:1.0.8:3 Iu3.0.73 187-1.3.11 J884.5D2 1S9I.2.K9 1904. 1.91 1S7S.0.K, 18S.-..4.70 1 SI).". J. 8(1 1905. 0.09 187G.fl.73 188(5.2.52 1890.2.95 1900.4.77 1877.3.15 1S87.1.C7 1897.0.53 1907.1.1 1 1878. 2.99 1888.0.28 1S98.C.11 1879.0.93 1889.3.82 1899.2.25 1880.4.55 1890.2.27 1900.2.40 Average of this month for 3" year?, 2.49. Deficiency of this month as com pared with average of .37 years, 1.35. Accumulated excess since January 1, 4.02.'' '. Wind. Prevailing direction, northeast; to tal movement, 4895 miles: average hourly velocity 0.8; maximum veloc ity (for five minutes) 42 miles per hour, from northwest on the 2nd. Weather. N'umher of days clear IS; partly cloudy S; cloudy 4; on which .0t inch or more, of precipitation occurred 5. Miscellaneous Phenomena (Dates of) Hall, none; sleet, none; fos 12th. Thunderstorms 1. 2. 7. 8. X. M. CUNNINGHAM. Observer, Weather liureuu. n aV If ' I vsr. 1 'K I ) 4 I w I t tG t tke Cairo Fortofhot lot trtouiiMiOB tarontfc tk- uitl t itsevBd-cikM ntet OF RIVERS s Li-. , f'. Set: "A Poor Relation," Cairo Opera House Matinee and Night, Misimitummitui THE WEATHER S Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. Maximum 7.' Minimum Ci At 7 p. m C5 At 12 midnight (street record) . . . ' General Conditions. Yesterday was cloudy most of the time and there was a threat of rain but none fell. The rain fall of the niylit beforg measured .11 of an inch. The government bulletin reported rain from 22 points extending over Texas northeastward to New England. The following special rainfall reports have been received: Mt Cartnel, III., 0.1.0; Mt. Vernon, Ind.. 1.02; Terro II:u:t, Iiid.i 1.20; and New Athens 111., 132 Inches. The heaviest falls were 1.92 at OiucUinatl, 1.4G at Mem phis, 1.34 at Louisville and Omaha. 2.50 at Abilene, 1.16 at St. Louis. The extremes of ttiM?rature were 88 at New Orleans and 34 at Huron. The liver marked 15.0 ftvt on th? Cairo gauge last t-wning showing no change In 24 hours. Rising livers were reported yester day from points above here as fol lows Fittslmnr 0.2, Cincinnati 1.4. Davenport 0.5, St. Louis 0 !, Chester 0.0. The Nellie left for Paducah after taking stores here. The V. S. (lunboat Huntress ar rived at Memphis yesterdjy and took part In the demonstration in honor of the president. William Arste gave the Waterway's , OPERA HOUSE TO-NICHT "A Poor Relation," Sol Smith Rus sell's Great Comedy Will Be Pre sented Good Attractions Next Week. This afternoon and tonight there will be good performances at Cairo i pera house. Lee D. Ellsworth will tppear as star in Soy Smith Russell's J fatuous comedy "A I'oor Relation" ! and in James W. Cutshaw's 'Luck less David. Two first class plays at; me performance for one admission. 1 "Luckless David," a new play by) James Cutshaw, related to Mr. Be-, lasco's "Music Master," and Sol Smith Russell's greatest comedy, "A Poor Relation." Mr. Lee D. Ellsworth, nrknowlede-f'd ns Mr. Russell's only lournat of St. Louis a holiday ap-' successful follower, will be seen in ; pearanee ims weeK in nonor oi rres-, botn Tjlav3 su!)0rteI bv a carefully Forecasts For Today. Cairo and A'lcinlty (Issued atChl caso): Generally fair; cooler. ' Kentucky and Tennessee (Issued at Louisville): Partly cloudy anJ cook.1. Washington Forecast. ashington, Oct. 4. ILLI.VOIS Fair and slightly warmer Saturday; Sunday fair, fresh west winds. VEA' HER IN SEPTEMBER Official Summary of Conditions at Cairo For Month Named During Thirty-seven Years. Atmospheric Pressure. Reduced to sea level; inches and hundredths. Mean, 30.03; highest 30.27,' dat.j 25th; lowest. 29.C9, date 23rd. Temperature. , Highest, 93 decrees, date 1st; low est. 48 degrees, date 2Cth. Greatest dally range, 27 degrees, date 23rd. Least daily range 10 degrees, dale 29th. Mean For This Month 1871. .G7 1881. .71 1891. .73 1872. .71 1882. .70 1S92..70 1873.. 08 1883.. 08 1893.. 71 1874. .72 18S4..74 1894. .72 1875.. 08 1SS5..70 1895.. 74 , 1876. .09 188C..72 1S&6..69 1877.. 70 1887.. 72 1897.. 73 1878.. 70 18S8..G7 1898., 74 1879.. 66 1889.. 67 1899.. 70 3880.. C7 1890.. 60 1900.. 76 Mean of this month for 37 years, TO degrees. Absolute maximum for this month for 37 years, 97 legrees. Absolute minimum for this month for S7 years, 30 degrees. Average daily exwss of thi3 month as compared with mean of 37 years, C.l degrees. Accumulated excess since January 1, 170 dcgre8. in 1901.. 71 1902.. 07 19U3..71 1904.. 72 1905.. 75 1906.. 75 1907. .71 idenf Roosevelt. It was a great num ber, doing Mr. Arete much credit. The towboat Fred Hartweg toolt the place of the Sprague in the fleet to Memphis accompanying the presi dent. Capt. Jesse J, Nichols was one of the pilots of the government steamer Gen. McKenzle of the fleet to Mem phis.. . The Dunbar was out from Paducah on good time yesterday and returned at 3 p. m. She will be the Paducah packet today . The Stacker Lee will be up tomor row from Memphis, bound for St. Louis. The Peters Lee will be out from St. Louis today, bound for Memphis. Yesterday's River Forecasts. The Ohio at Evansville and Mt. Ver non, will continue falling slowly dur ing the next 48 hours. At Paducah, not much change during the next 48 hours. At Cairo, will remain about stationary or rise slightly during the next 48 hours. The Tennessee from Florence to below Johnsonville, will continue fail ing during the next several days. The Mississippi from below St. Louis to above Cairo, will continue rising during the nest 48 hours. N. M. CUNNINGHAM. Observer. selected company for each production. Something New. "The Belle of Japan" will be pre sented at the Cairo opera house Oct. 7. The scenery is the work of Cox and company, from oris?iuaI sketches made by that famous Japanese artist K. Tagamo. AH the Japanese cos tumes used in play were made by tbe Japanese costumers S.igajl and Kito, of Vokahama, Japan, from where they were imported direct by Manager G. Harris' Eldon for this pro duction. During the action of the remedy many musical numbers will hf Introduced by Miss Bessie Clifton iid other members of the company. To Proud To Beg. So thrilling and realistic is the scene showing the conflagration of the oil house in Lincoln J. Carte play of "Too Proud To Beg." th l as been found necessary, in some the cities where it has appeare place firamen In uniform in various parts of the theatre to assure the) timid ones among the spectators, that , no accident has occurred and that the ' Are is only a mimic one. The'playj will be at the Cairo opera house for one night, Tuesday, Oct. 8th. .rter's h 'iat It ill rvme of I H ed. to j jj n Coctfbs Crack the Coastitmioa A rKlriBrroasfe soBUne tt. ri.ni r oi coneemp !' Stop ibe touch wifh l'io'i Cot b. torn row li(e ra 4atsfrr. il c "l to the osrc of the trouble nd re- tjri 'hr condition, f'romp? fiittn the wnrst court ff c-"d. id fcas pet m "ntir care-4 cum.-.-n case e4 eFEH cold and dt T in hirer HI VIRGINIA COLONELS FIGHT OVER BRYAN Washington, Oct 4. A great row was stirred among the majors anil colonels of the Virginia Democratic association at its annual meeting here. William Jennings Bryan was he cause of the rumpus. Major Glasscock, a charter member, start ed the trouble by offering a resolution alluding to Bryan as "the greatest blower on earth" and setting forth that he stood as much chance of elec tion as "a , short-tailed bull la fl v time." Major McDowell CarriiiEtou seconded the resolution and a temp estous battle followed. In the end the resolution was withdrawn. A full and complete price list show ing a small saving on every purchase of groceries bought of Mr. Ftather stcne can be found in Sunday Bulletin. NEGRO BABY TURNS WHITE IN MILWAUKEE INCUBATOR. U Milwaukee. Wis., Oct. 4 At just three pounds. Jiiia Bich. a negro baby a month old. Is turning from brown to I iuk. She resembUs a doll and Is so 4iHa!l that a tiny dress which the mother made for her cannot be used. The baby is a quarter of a pound lighter than any baby in the Incu bator. She weighed two pounds at M-th. TWO TRAINMEN HURT. Jacksonville, Iil Oct 4. Passenger train No. 50 on the Wabash railroad st bound, collided with a west bound freight train four miles west f f Cha; sn. Ill, early today." Fred J. Schmitt, conductor of the passenger trti'i. was terlously Injured and En Sinec-r W. IL Adams was also hurt Free Lecture On "Ibsen." Cairo's club women, teachers and high school students will probably take deep interest In the coming lec ture on "Ibsen," at the Cairo opera house at 4 o'clock next Wednesday afternoon. The lecture, which is to be delivered by Mrs. Warah E. Dunbar, a noted platform speaker. Mrs. Dun bar has discussed "Ibsen" and kindred subjects in every large city In the country and in many of the smaller ones. She is possessed of a pleasing voice nnd charming personality and rlways captivates her audiences. Mrs. Dunbar gives short readings from Ibsen's best known plays in one of which "A Doll's House." Mins Jane Corcoran will be seen here next Fri day, October 11. "Ghosts." "Brand" end others. She also devotes a few moments to an analytical considera tion of Ibsens' best known works, and In this manner makes her lecture at otice entertaining and Ipstruetive. The public is Invited to attend with out cost, Arthur C. Alston. Miss Cor (oran's manager and D. L William son, manager of the opera house, act ing as hosts. "A Doll's House." In "A Doll's House," which comes to the Cairo oicra house for one night Friday. Oct. 11th. Ibsen, the great Norse dramatist has pi t bis best work. He searched the hearts of men for the material for the play and n.ade It so human. o close to earth and yet so Intellectual, that tbe low- IjeRt as well as thrse teepd in the ultra culture of modenity f;nd d'-light In It, Miss ane Corcoran who will apiear in the leading part of the drama, un der the direction of Arthur C. Alston, Iiortrays the harried, worrie.1. heart torn girl in such fashion that It has been said of her "she lives the part." Miss Corcoran is snpporte.1 by Mr. James M. Brophy. a popular tnd capable actor as well ss by a com pany of exceptional cleverness and ability. German mottled soap, Mr. Feathestojje. 4 e.nta bar. GHME nnar&rmtaBua I 3 IfE3"'M' i New Yoiik Citv ife-.VOjE&sye- ;l m 2". -MaothatritUli;v(itn'y!ung" f&C3J5''' V" 6 Most Men Who A re Particular About Their Clothes Prefer $20 or $25 Suits The suits we sell at $20.00 would cost, To Measure, $38.00 to $40.00. The suits we sell at $25.00 would cost, To Measure, about $13.00. Now, your man of business, who thinks he cannot wear a suit unless it's mu.de to measure, pays either one of the custom tailor prices quoted above. For the life of us, so far as fit Is concerned, we can see no difference between our $20.00 and $23.00 suits and the $3s!oO, $10.00 and $43.00 made-to-measure suits. If a coat, or a vest, or a palrof trousers needs some alterations to make them fit, WE HAVE AS EXPERT TAILORS AS ANY TAILORING SHOP IN TOWN, AND CAN ALTER CLOTHES SO THAT ABSOLUTE PERFEGTNESS OF FIT IS GUARANTEED, and that's nothing more than your tailor does when he fits you, he simply alters and alters until he dots a fit. As far as the sewind and the weave of cloths are concerned, there is no dif ference between our suits at the prices named nnd the customed tailored suits at the prices named. Our Autumn styles show every new idea in Suits and Overcoats. There is not a new wrinkle that Fashion has approved of that oes not appear In our Autumn clothes. . And a da in, we say, if you want a Suit or Topcoat in the highest point of Autumn fashion, of the best tailoring that expertness can dive, either our $20.00 or $25.00 suits will fill the bill. We are led to speak particularly about our $20 00 and $23.00 suits because they seem to be the kind of suits that most men like, but to meet all ideas our gen eral price range for new Autumn suits is from $10.00 to $45.00. OUR GENERAL PRICE RANGE FOR YOUNG MEN'S SUITS IS FROM $8.50 to $30.00. OUR GENERAL PRICE RANGE FOR TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS IS FROM $10.00 to SG3.O0. FASHIONS A SEASON IN ADVANCE TO BE FOUND AT THIS SHOP. TORNADO STRIKES VILLAGE. Oklahoma City, Okla.. Ot L 4. A tornado struck the riilajre t f Pesrch. Rop-'-r Vi'd county. lit a, the T ut iine, 1at nigbt and In re; trj t havo destroyed the i-ostofTk-C l4 a;i;;iEd a;.si.,st every bt-.issf in tbv nn,;K So ic I rtf !td tilled. Fie" t -i iw-i n U i r;i -t 'irar f. r $1." Mr. Ff atb r?tr I S It Criii. Ko. 1 523 J'if'p t.th M,t!t; Nr.. 2 iM. CtHiHMUI ( ,V.i' . Worli's Ectsricai Gardens, li Frnc tere are ZZ blank-ft1 gr fn Ct-K3Tiy. 23; la G;at Flit a!n and !rt!snd. II; In I5nsia. 14; H!e tere firt- liut fiyf jiaMlic botani cal jtar-i'-ns in the wht.Io ' t the Unitf.1 States. The Chsrmir.j VVsrr.art. Kl.id:iti rf t,( art ar.d consideration for others give charm to the manners t,t wuiiiin. The unselfish woman with !5-p'Bbl" manners wfco strives to bo ta svnijaOy ith the lives of her aa s Sates Is cha.r.utig. 1