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3sri THE CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, )CTOBER 20, 1907.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN itrd a tha Cairo Foatofllos (or feraasalastOB Ikrvock U walla at saoond-olaas raUs THE WEATHER tywwmimmmmn n, Cairo mid "vicinity (Issued at Chi ciigo): Probably Increasing cloudi ness and warmer. Kentucky; Generally fair; rising temperature. Tennessee: Tartly cloudy. v Washinaton Forecast. '- Washington. Oct. 19. ILLINOIS. Ftft! "Si'nday except rains In extreme iif rtU portion. Monday fair and colder. Fr'K1! southeast, shifting to northwest winds. " "FAUST" MONDAY AT OPERA HOUSE GREAT PLAY WILL BE PRODUCED BY THE PORTER J. WHITE COMPANY OTHER PLAYS- MOVING PICTURES. Monday Cairo theater goers will again be treated tu a presentation of (iotdhe's masterpiece, which tiny never failed- to greet with a packed house when given by Lewis Morrison. That the company which will present it is a strt.ng one may be inferred 'Yom the following in the Detroit "ive Press; "The production of Goethe's master- piece, 'Faust," at the Whitney opern house yesterday afternoon and even ing, by Porter J. White's company, was a credit to the theater and every STEAMBOATS MISSOURI RIVER MUST BE IM PROVED FIRST SAYS GOVERN MENT ENGINEER RIVERS FALLING EVERYWHERE. A Washington. D. C. dispatch says ' F. H. Newell, director of the United States reclamation service and a member of the inland waterways com mission, who has just returned to this city after an inspection trip through the West, said today that the most instructive part of the entire trip was that from Kansas City' down the Mis tiouil river. The members of the waterways commission, on the ride down the Missouri gave consideration to the present condition of transporta tion on-(the river and the opssibilities of its improvement. "It Is apparent," taid Mr. Jewell, "that any general " mid permanent improvement of the lower. Mississippi .river can be had ..,.gnli; ft the Missouri river has been permanently - improved, and . cavin.a banks protected by revetment The amount of sand and clay washed into the Mississippi river above St. LoiMs Is enormous and serves to clog the overloaded stream. . It Is estimated that each year a volume of earth rep resented by one square mile, 400 feet -- hi depth, is thrown Into -the. Missis sippi river." cue connected with the play. Goethe' lowerful page from the book of life, hat touches the height of human pas Ion and the depths of human despair, uid is destined to last as long as men md women shall love and suffer, fall owing, as it did, a succession of ineld- llamas and farce comedies, mind lave awakened the patrons of the jlajhonse to a deeper realization of lie meaning of existence, and it is ;i Hater worthy of record that at both performances the audience evinced lie strongest interest In the unfolding A the story. Primarily the author of "Faust" is to be thanked for the intellectual feast, but the audienc wes no small debt of gratitude to Porter J. White and his associates for in earnest ami worthy rendering of the play, and for the adequate and it tractive scenic embellishment with which Mr. White has enhanced his production. The setting for Marguer ite's garden was particularly beauti ful, a veritable rose bower, with th? tall spires of old Nuremlmrg rising n the distance. The electrical effects were numerous and elaborate." HIGH SELL Tim INTERESTS IN DISTILLED WATER ICE CO. TO DANIEL F. M'CARTHY AND . JOHN WALTER. ASSUME CHARGE NOV. I Plant Will Be Enlarged Orders For Machinery Are Already Placed -To Increase Capacity To 110 Tons. Minstrel. The newest, swellest and best mia strel attraction of the season is K. Coburn's Greater Minstrels'' next ruesday, October 22, at he Cairo ijiera bouse. This is the "Great Bar- ovv Minstrel" re-organized, remodeled uid the new title adopted by Manager '.'oburn to protect his own and the In terest of his patrons from the infer- 'or companies who have been misrep resenting anil trading upon his repru tation by titles similar to his old com pany. "What Women Will Do." Of all the productions that have pened this season, not one has met with more pronounced success than What Women Will Do" which comes fo the Cairo opera house on Thursda. October 24th. Patrons of this popula playhouse will be afforded an opportu General and Local Note. The river marked 13.9 feet on the Cairo gauge last evening, showing a fall of 0.2 of a foot In 2i hours. The- rivers are falling at all points above Cairo and no rain in sight. The nnty to witness a most delightful per rivers are falling from Pittsburg, St. formauce: thrills, sentiment, comedy Paul and Kansas City, all the way to and song following one another in pro New Orleans. fusion. The scenes are laid In Pari TI)e Dunbar was the only boat to and on English shores, requiring the come and go In the Cairo harbor yes- most beautiful and expensive scenery terttay, nut several were overdue. ever carried by any production of thU Oijp thousand one hundred, and character. To miss this chance of eighty .Ive bales of cotton were re- seeing the great hit of the season cene.i ai f.iempnis Dy river tri.tay. would be doing oneself an Injustice to j ne towooat Jim ood passed I say the least. juempius rri.iay morning for Cairo with a mixed tow. Walt. F. McKee who for many years vas Cairo's Industrious river corre upon. lent for the Cincinnati Enquirer and other papers, but who has been raisins: strawberries at Villa Itldge. 111., for some time, Is preparing to re move to Chicago, his home at Villa Ridge having been destroyed by fire. Walt, has still a host of friends on the rivers. Yesterday's River Forecasts. The Ohio, from Evansville to Cairo will rnntinu" falling during the next several days. J lie lennefcsee, from Florence to the mouth, will continue falling slow iy during the next 4S hours. The Mississippi, from below Rt Louis to Cairo, will continue falllno slowly during the next 48 hours. N. M. CrXNINV.IUM. Observer. "The Hidden Hand." The "Hidden Hand," which, like th- Two Orphans, Monte Crlsto. I'ncb Tom's Cabin and East Lyiin, seems t' have an Inexhaustible appeal to th-; English speaking public, will be at the Cairo opera house matinee and night Saturday October 2fi. The productloi 's Fred G. Conrad's and us the sue cess manager of numerous commend tide attractions he may be expected to maintain bis standards in the 'Hidden Hand." The Picture Shows. "Cinderella" was the attraction a' The Pathe la.st night. It was one of the cleverest entertainments yet pre st ated there and was deservedly well patronized. Pig crowds witnessed the priz-1 fight pictures at the Nickelodeon last night. I IMPROVED GET II But Condition of Emperor Franc Joseph ii Not Satisfactory Strength Much Reduced. T CIRCUIT COURT CONFIRMS DECI SION OF DISTRICT COURT EN JOINING LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. Vienna. Oct. 19 Emperor Frant I Joseph has been ill now nearly three weeks, and while he has made some improvement ids condition is not en tirely satisfactory. Catarrh Is not .lln.iulchltia on. I .1.- ... ... , .. " " '" ""'"'Kill in ino SI VuA Minn l.t 11-Th. ' , . , . . . " '"""" M l inte,J Mates circuit couit of apea s a lark of nourishment and sleep. The -. .i ', disease it Is Had, U not causing ae- , nj,H stM, ,Mstrif.t for th T, , , . . r for n district of u'-iiiR luuim in me general tj jt o sa. Messrs. Charles and C- Fred'k Gall gher have sold their Interests in the DisCilled Water Ice Manufacturing company to Daniel F. McCarthy and John Walters, who will take posses sion of the plant November 1. They have secured a controlling in terest In tbe company, having acquir ed .173 of the GOO shares of the com pany of a par value of $37,500, Tha other stock of the company Is owned by the estate of the late Col. Charles O. Patier with the exception of 23 shares which is the property of the Ellis estate of Cincinnati, Ohio. The new managers will remodel the plant Increasing the capacity of the factory from 35. tons per day to 110 tons. They have ordered three nev boilers of 7-inch diameter and 211 feet in length of 200 horse power each and will iustall a 75-ton Featherstone ma chine which will be operated In addl tion to the present equipment With the factory ten lots were se cured in order to enlarge the plant as the needs of the business require. The Distilled Water lee Manufac turing company's plant is the oldest of the kind in Southern Illinois. For nany years it has been conducted suc cessfully by the Messrs. Galigher. Tlu; atter's plans for future business are not definite but it will be the general wish that they may not associate themselves in business outside of Cairo, where they have been substan tial factors for years. S IRE THAN A CAR LOAD OF MAJECSTIC RANGES DID THE WOODWARD HARDWARE COMPANY THE PAST WEEK. The Woodward Hardware company losed a very successful week last tight demonstrations of the Majestic ange having been given daily to 'arge crowds of interested women. The pleasantest part of the demon tuitions was the serving of delicious "lot. biscuits and coffee, which proved -in h admirable tests of the Majestic's lowers that between thirty and forty if these ranges were sold during the ek. J. E. Fisher of Peoria, a representa ive of the Majestic company was lere to suiM'tintend the demons! ra llon and heled greatly to make the iffair such a marked success. The judicious use of printers' Ink for which President W. J. Johnston if the Woodward company Is noted was a great factor In telling the .cmen of Cairo about the demonstra tes. Without the advertising, there mild have been no crowd to bake the ilsciiits for or to sell ranees to. Yesterday afternoon at 4:.'!0 o'clock three fine prices were awarded as fob ewB. an immense crowd thronglnp he store and the sidewalk in front. First prize, a copper nickel-plated frcolator. Mis. Alma Waymer, C11 Thirty-sixth street. Second prize, set of Commrnity sil ver kniveR and forks, Mrs. N. Cant- vet!. :i:il Fifth street. Third prize. Community nilver soup adle. Mrs. Annie Catty, 1124 Twenty- iphth street. ,.c . r j Sit, . T- ?i , "11" I I X:n ;:. V""-" t, ti . , I. 4 ' M M '11 i. t , n if.S'- . ' sf fffj: -.-i My Hair is i Thicker than Lori ever before. This recent Photograph of Miss Bessie Woodruff, of Powell, Pa., is certainly strong proof of the vulue of EWBRO'S ' ': , ' 1 "- -- .-. -;'':- - ,-. .:- R-PICID Here is Miss Woodruffs letten "Newbro's Merplclde M a dcllijht.'iil Hair Drrsslnj and I Had by its continued use that my balr is tfrow. ioJ lonijer aud thicker than ever before." (Signed) Bessie Woodruff. Mrs. L. C. Herbert, of Cairo. 111., Strongly Endorses Newbro's Herpicide. "I have ued your Herpicid; with such good results that I can recommend it to any one ia need of a preparation for regulating and curing an unhealthy sc lp. Before I used your remedy my hair came out ii buoches, at every combing, but after the first application it stopped coming out and the itching of the alp has entirely ceased " Cairo, Illinois. ,.. (Signed) Mrs. L. C. IIkrbert. It is so easy to learn, by actual experience, the value of Newbro's Herpicide, for dandruff; falling hair, itching scalp, etc., that no one in need of it should delay one moment in making the test. A single application is enough to convey the impression of its worth, while the results of its continued intelligent use will speak for themselves. ' Newbro's Herpicide is known as the original remedy that "kills tbe dandiuff germ," and its success, which is constantly increasing, has been phenomenal. Remember that permanent success is not built upon false claims. Get a bottle or send for a sample of Herpicide to- day. There are hundreds of imitations which should be avoided." Guaranteed under the Food and Drug Act of June 30, 1906. Serial No. BIS Two Sizes, 50c and $1 00 at Drug Stores. Insist upon Herpicide Send IOc in stamps for sample to (he Herpicide Co., Dept. L., Detroit, Mich. PAUL G. SCHUH & SONS SPECIAL AGENTS. APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT BARKER SHOPS. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. Cairo, Illinois, ONE KILLED; TEN HURT In Head On Collision at Chicago- One Engineer Arrested Pend- " ing An Investigation. ChUajio, O-t. 19. On trainman as killfI ami U-h othrr Knons In- rl in a h-iin rollifion I'tef-n wo mitiiiiban trains on th Cbliafcn aiM North we stern railmai! m-ar ran.l aenup, thi city, tonight. Wal ter flushing, pngiiiffr of th north loiinl train, mas arrfstp.l ami I fF.g NM K-nllng anil Investigation of th- a client. Th now t on. H tion of the age. monart-h efforts of thp phyririans are 1 ..1 II ... I , mi--i-i luataru averiine any thing that would ten.! to further re duce the patient's Mrpneth. i Weather Foretold by WooL The ahenherd can nrerfir w leather by obserrlni! the wool of his j rnairc. i oe curlier the hair, tbe Cner the weather. wo ana nfrr imports. There Is receiTed daily at the port Nfw York an areraee of 2V1,090 In fold and silver imports. MisRourl hohline roper tti en; ln 'laTxir rr- g.'iriiationg from Itoyrottiiic mantifar tiinng roniani"fi by fotcina; con natters to tllRi r.nlirme the ue of t. pto.luits or to tlo without lahoiera The suit was brought by Vox Tin.' Mfg. Co.. of Ijoui. whose j.rn- I'lcts mr- boyt-nte. lierdnse thej ran sn open thr.. ait inim car renter refufin; to work rn hrr,t-ng i.i V;kh Fni too1.4 were i -e.. Nerves en the Links. Many a arrand golfer has never reached the final In a chair.rirnFhip simply because of hi dpivohs system. Golf must be so mastered (hat thu proper stroke becomes mechanical, a stroke one but not to ocket ones nerve to play. Golf Illustrated. Turning Enemy Into Friend. There is nothing that subdues an enemy and converts him Into a friend Hke treaties- t'n kindly Home Notes. Prize for British Museum. Mi Harriet Ch!.-e plow den. of F 'Ve?tone, has left to the Uritish Mn- rhnven's trst sonata for violin and riano and Mozart's ten great string J quartet. The Mozart nianucipta J eoyt Miss now den's fa'ber Wi tbsa ITO ia an i tiun tD m7. Council Chamber, October 11, 1907. (.Special Meeting.) Present: Hon. George . Parsons, mayor, and Ahlermen Eourgois, Burke, Davis. Ferguson,' Gorman, Kelly, Koehler, Mngner, Nellis, Snyder ami Thistlewood. Absent: Alilerwen Meohan, Scul lin anil Thomas. The mayor stated the object of the meeting was to receive reports from the joint committee composed of the ordinance and stivet committees. The ordinance "&fld street commit tees reported recommending the adoption of an ordinance entitled "An ordinance for the making of a supplemental assessment to make up the deficiency in the assessment here tofore made under ordinance No. 8fi, tpproved .Inly 11th, IMG. for the con ttmrtion of main concrete sewers on Commercial avnt e and Tenth stret t In the city of Cairo. Illinois, and ft.r the levy and collection of special as sessments to pay for the same, which ordinance had !0"n referred tr the. committees alter first reading Oe tober 8. IS .i7. Alderman Snyder moved the repi rt lie received and ordinance placed on second reading. The motion was adopted and tlj" ordinance was placed on second reading and read at length Alderman Median appeared and t-Kik his seat, during the reading cf the ordinance. Alderman Iavis moved the ordi nance lie adeptt'd as read. The mo tion was adopted 1y the following ote: Ae 1(,iii Rids, Borke. Davis, Ferguson, Gorman. Kelly. Koehlt r. Magner. Meehan, N'ellis. ynvder and Th'stlewood 12. Nay -None. The ordinance and street commit tees rooited fsnliier recommending the adoption of an ordinance for a cement sidewalk six feet ,' ifi width along the routli side of Twentieth street from Walnut trcet to a point HO "fe-t t-astwardly from Walnut strc-t. Alderman NMils moved the ie;i it ! be re t ive.l and ordinance placed en I '-ct-nd reading. The nicti'i was adoptt d. J The ordinance was then placed on i i cood reaiiine and read at loncth. Aldt rinan Vasni r iuov.l the ( r.M j nam e be adopted as read. The rue-1 tion was adopted hy the following: vote: Aye liourgois. Ihsrke. pa-i.;. Fei g-,if.tn. ( nrman. Kellv. Koehler. Magner. Mefdian. Nellis. fny.ier and Tb's lew tied 1 1. Na v Ni ne. Aldejman Meehan moved tr ad it nn. The rottion wa a luj f"d. The council then adjourned. ROBERT A. HATt'HFR. City Clerk. JESSE ORRA HUNT FINE DRY GOODS SUITS CLOAKS SUITS r BUY CLOAKS AND SUITS WHERE YOU GET THE STYLE, FIT AND FINISH AND ONLY THE BEST OF MATER IALS USED. THESE ARE PRICED NO HIGHER THAN THE ORDINARY KIND. IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE THIS LINE "BE FORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. fp COMMERCIAL AVENUE AT SEVENTH STREET. Frequently Do. Don! Cod too much pk-asnre In your charities: they riay become th9 epiti,:,: . f your aelfis?iness. John A. Ilf.l .n i. Food and Civlllaztien. l-v people realise adeti'iately that th" (orvaeh U 'he preatest riviliina; af!" v epon earth. A well fed man. win r? :i.ia's are suitably served, will ri.e out of hai haiism wi;:i an Irrealit ibie elan. Easy Shaving? The barber in China frequently put sue? his caliin? under peculiar condi tions. No soap Is used, the parts be ing sini !y ruhhd w ith wsterand tbeo ! MtS'ied with C fearsome Iron wearmw made locally, which, though it might estonlsh a cutler, yet answers the pur- Necersary Cancat'.-re. The best portraits are those which there Is a slight mixture caricature. Macaulay. lose very X'a-aiine. well. Tbe Wide Worll A Cooky Wrinkle. I learned It from a professional, whom I saw setting cookie to bake cm the bottoms of pans turned upside down. The reason fer the upside-down-ness was to prevent barnlne. I have done it ever since and never bad a scorched cake. Pittsburg Dtspatta. Mora poorle In Cairo read the But i tetln than ail other Cairo papers com Ms4. Useless Explanations. More people would succeed if tbey didn't w aste so mm h time trylnf to explain their failures. a