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r THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1008
NEW AIRDOME THEATRE Sixth , 8t-eet, Between Com mercial and Washington Ave. D. L. WILLIAMSON, Mgr. OPEN EVERY NIGHT DUR- . INQ THE SUMMER. CHANCE OF COMPANY EV ERY TWO WEEKS. NIOH The Hutton-Bailey Stock Company Change of Play and Specialties Every Night PLAY FOR TONIGHT TIH3 GAMBLER OF THE WBST. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Visitors Honored. Mr. an. 1 Mrs. E. II. Haruod rut tabled a number of young peopl Sunday at their home 12,jli I'ark av hup, complimentary ami Ruth Honsim. of Padurah. Ky.. who were guest of Mrs. Harnod s tic ter, Miss Yirgeiuia Smiley. Ilieved with silk ornaments ami whit. i r. 'ilrussel l! Mrs. Si in t. Lgbort G. Keith. Mrs. II. Jl. llalliday and .Mrs. John W. C to Miss 8 Ucu'ali !'''' assistant host, ssos him Price 10 -25c. Doors Open' 7: 30 p. m. f Curtain 8:15 EXTRA THIS WEEK ONLY! SAMPSON The Human Derrick "Holds 26 men hanging to four inch steel pipe 20 feet long. FREE EXHIBITION 7:30 the cluh's afternoon i Bridge Whist Club. The Hridgo Wliisl club nii't ycsti-r .Jay afternoon wiin r.vis. .i ancr ivreix of I pper Washington Hvrnin Th highest score at thf gam s was 111:1.1c by the hostess. Mis. Julius 1. Schuh was a guest of tin- club. Mr. P. P. Gooding will In next In stoss, Mon.lay May :'.'th. i Powers-Bohles Wedding. Tim marriage of Mr. John C. liolilcs and. Miss Sadc Powers of Cairo. waif Kolomnized in New York May 17. ' Mr. Hollies formerly resided in Cairo mid was employed as machinist operator on The l'ullotin. Miss Powers is a daughter of Mrs U lowers of Twelfth stvet and is unite well Known here.. Their friends will wish them ninth joy in their mar ried life. living room which Arcade Theatre 22I-223 Eighth Street. Moving Pictures Illustrated Sontfs Troram Changed Dally. Tonight ,The Bulletin Is a member of thn A ptnerms nanoixitttntl tn I ho world. AUTO BALL BEARING LAWN : . MOWER.. , ' l . :, , . s ;. t rv. Four Revolving Cutters made of best crucible steel ' tempered In oil. spiral form shear tut and self.sharp eulng. Highest grade "ball' bearing parts. Perfect adjustment, noiseless In Operation and light running. Price much below many other makes. Wo hove a full liue of Garden Wheel barrows, Garden Hose, Hose Reels an. Mizzles, and Lawn Sprinklers. Call and get prices. JOS. B. REED, 1005 Ohio Street, Cairo Illinois. Miss were City, East Cairoite Marries. Mt, Roy Sutton of Cairo, and Edna Weainer of East St. Louis united In marriage in I '11 ion Ten 11., Sunday. May 17. Mr. and Mrs. .Sutton went to St. Louis after the ceremony where they will upend a week with tin bride's-- parents. They will visit Chi cago, Milwaukee and other points north while on their wedding trip, tint will then come to Cairo to resid". The bride is a darghter of Mr. and Mis. Fred'k. Weainer, a wealthy cigar manufacturer of East St. Ijjuis and is a meet of Mr. John l.attner of this city. It was while visiting tier uncle here two years ago that Miss Wvain.-r met Mr. Sutton. Mr. Sutton is a sen of J. M. Sutton cf 1112 Washington avenue and is well known in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Sutton will receive the best wishes of many friends upon their arrival In Cairo. Fry we iv Miss VI r locoratc.l with living room which was .lecorted with asparagus and crimson Rambler roses. The dining room was lovely in whit and green, the centerpiece of the table being a rarely beautiful basket of white roses, white carnations and Cape Jasmines with touches of some feathery green foliage. Light green caudles were burning on the table an I Ideboard and the n suit was most efiCctlVe. The Misses I.ila and Maude Hast ings and Flora Schutter and Maigar.t l.ans.leii served. sachusi tts resort. Miss l.etitla Cor liss v. hi has been residing in Paris, France, for the past t;:n years expects to come to America t be w ith her mother and sister for tlx- si num r. CITY KB F Mrs. Nelson C. Popew returned from Okolona, Mis., la -t evening a--eomp: til. d by her sou Charle Pe I'ew, of Yellow ; ine, Ark., w ho has reigiiei his position at the latt r place to accept 11 mure mcia-ive one at Shieveport. Ala. lie will v'sit his parents hero for several days befcre goit'm to his new locatKli. Woman's Club Meets Today The Woman's Club will meet this t Wednesday) afternoon at the I'ubli." Library and have prepared an attrac tive program for the occasion. The meetings of the club are not for club members alone, but are for the publh: and the public are invited to be present. I by Mr. and Mrs. .1 and costly and puce in an upper The gifts ivccivi Ioomis were vari occupied a large room. Mr. and Mrs. Loomls left last night for their wedding journey, their des tination being unannounced. The bride has been a popular girl hi Cairo society and the probability of her departure from Cairo t. reside is regretted by nil her friends. She is possessed of many excellent ipialities and her husband is fortunate in hav ing won a capable young wife. Mr. Lootms has a number of friends In Cairo having been emidoved here In the lumber business some time mi He is a substantial and sensible young man most highly esteemed by hH friends and business associates. AMATEUR HOT AT OPERA HOUSE GREAT NOVELTY PROMISED PA TRONS THURSDAY NIGHT GOOD ORDER GUARANTEED BY MANAGEMENT. 1 Athletes Practice. ! The High Schol track team is prac (tiring every afternoon this week after IkIiooI hours preparatory, to the llar Jiisburg athletic meet. The Cairo boys will make their best showing In high 'jumping and dashing but this boiir; their first year they do not expect t; FORTY YEARS SUCCESSFUL SERVICE imik i-or.ls in ether events. X. visit V. points Martin has with friends returned from in Chicago. S. Dunbar left last night in the south on business. foi- Miss Jessie Xeadstine of Citv was in the citv shopping day. 'Mound jest 'r- Mr. W. X). Bannister and little son went to Carbondale yesterday to visit friends for a few .lavs. Miss Dora Kluge of Sycamore street has recovered from an illness of several weeks duration. Mr. and Mrs. John llalliday of The llalliday will take apartments in The Farrow on Lower Washington avenue. Concrete walks and floors con structed from 8 to 12 cents per square foot. .Parties wanting same telephone 163 and I will call to see you. W. R. HALLIDAY. Kerth-Loomis Nuptials. A beautiful home wedding was thnt last night of Mr. Mason Ixfonus of Helena, Ark., and Miss Eva Keith which was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and 'Mia. Thomas J. Kerth of Tenth street. The ceremony was performed at S O'clock in the presence of the -rela tives of the happy pair and thos assisting at the reception which fol lowed, the Rev. A. B. Uuchanan offi- I'ating. " ' ' The bridal party entered the parlor the follow ing order: Capt. Monroe Kerth, U. S. A., of Fort Leavenw'orth, Kas., and Miss Louise Jenner, of Evansville, 1ml., groomsman ami Kay Abell has gone to St. Iuns to liridesniaid; Lieut. Samuel Loomls, 17. spend a few days. From there he S. X., and Miss Belle Cunningham, ' will go to Hiloxl, Mis.. to visit the best man and maid of honor; Mr. family of William Pink who are ho- Miss Mabel Palmer of Cape Girar deau. Mo., is the guest of Mis. Arcust!" Serbian and family of Four teenth street. .Mrs. Martha Shaw of Cedar Rapid. Id., is in the 'city .mending to busi ness interests of her daughter, Mrs. Xellie Patier-Linville. t.utie Alice w aidsclinil.lt who was severely injured b? a street car' is much improved and has been removed to her home at 1 1 o; Walnut street. A noelty in Cairo amusement cir cles will be the Amateur contest at the opera house Thursday evening. It has grown to be quite a lad in the larger cities where there are vaude ville houses, (lite difficulty met wilh by lni.-al managers is in getting ydun : ladies and young men to enter, tie- contest, hecause of bashfuluess, bet Cairo young people have shown clever ness and self possession in this line on other occasions and. They vi!i be equal to the demands of the oc casion. The manage!) t has taken (are to prevent any uus.eniingly com I incuts or conduit by any one in th" audience, iiii'i nothing the least .lis I resiectf. will he pcrniltctd. I To those w!io desire to enter the contest ami have been reluctant 111 these grounds, a cordial imitation is extended to I. uve their names at the box office this altennon or tonight. This amateur contest is to be a regular every Thursday event at, the opera house during the summer seis soa and will be sure of popular sup port from- the start. There is no charge for entries. The contest will take dace in connection with th? picture show-, immediately following the second show of the evening. The price of admission will be ."1 cents. Those entering the contest are assur ed their names will not be given to the public until they have appeared. Tonight the bill at the opera hous. will be "A Mothers Crime" and "The Mountaineer's Son." Last night a "Flower Girl" was the picture. WESTERN DRAMA AT NEW 111 i 'GAMBLER OF THE WEST" WILL EE PRESENTED BY THE HUT-TON-BAILEY STOCK CO. NEW SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS. There is no doubt but what the Hutton liailey Stock company wi 1 be come great favorites in. this city judg ing from the frequent applause which they received last n1gtit.it would ap pear that they are more than satisfy ing the people. Regardless to the number of counter attractions tin v again filled the New Airdome th -atre. The play was the four-act military drama. "A Daughter or the S aith." The H-c lies of this -play are laid in Virginia, the action takes plac" dur ing the Civil war. It toils a story of love, hate and revenge which makes it very interesting from start t 1 fin ish. The specialties were again ve'y good and were a complete change from the night, before. Sampson, th" heman derrick iigaiu demonstrated that he has the right to the chum of being the strongest man in the world. Tonight the company will play the four-act melodrama "A Gambler of the West." When a medicine has stood the test for a period of more than two gen erations and is thvn more popular than ever, there can be no doubt of its merit. This is the record of S. S. S. Its period of existence is marked by a long line of cures of blood and skin diseases of every character, and its value in the treatment of Such troubles has become so well known that it is today the most extensively used blood medicine on the market. For Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases and all other troubles due to an impure or poisoned condition of the blood, S. S. S. has no equal It counteracts and drives out the poisons, humors and genus, cleanses the system of all unhealthy matter, cures the disease permanently and restores strong-, robust health. Where the blood is weak or anaemic, and unable to furnish the body with the nourishment and strength it needs, S. S. S. sup plies it with the healthful properties and acts splendidly in toning up and retnvigorating the system. It goes down to the very bottom of all blood disorders, and in this way reaches inherited taints on which the ordinary blood medicines have no effect. Not only is S. S. S. certain in its results, but it is at the same time an absolutely safe remedy. It is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks of known healing -and curative value. It does not contain the slightest trace of mineral in any form to damage the delicate parts of the system, and may be used by children with the same good results and perfect safety as by older people. It is not an experiment to use S. S. S.; it is a remedy with a record and one that has proven its worth by its forty years of successful service. If you are in need of a blood purifier for any cause begin the use of S. S. S., write our physicians and they will send you a book concerning your trouble, and will give without charge any special medical advice that is required. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. ATTENTION, OWLS. MILLINERS IN TROUBLE "Merry Widows" Provoke Wlail From Jobebrs Express Rates Declared to Be too Large. St. Paul, Minn., May 19. Fifty mil llnery objbers, in session at the Ryan, ate decidedly In the dumps and see no way out except to register a kick with the express"'' companies. The new merry wl. low hat Is at the bottom of the difficulty., Woniens' hats are In creasing In size and the present Chi nese umbrella article, boxed for cx press shipment, means a rate which a year ago would have carried a half dozen of the pow.lerpuff creations then in vogue. The jobbers spent all day yesterday 'vorrying over the bit nation, and today decided to make an emphatic protest to the express com panics, on tbe grounds that they can't successfully combat woman's will and can't Btay in bnstness at a profit it they are compelled to express merry widows at the present rate. Freight rates, the jobbers say, are reasonable, but they don't see just how they can fchip hats by freight, and then there's the danger that the railways will en force the crating rule, and a merry widow in a crate, with three to the cat, is about as convenient to handle as French porcelain. WE MAKE SIGNS THAT ANYONE CAN READ. MARBLE, THE PAINTER, 220 EIGHTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL, SEVENTH ORIENTALS MEET. There will he a meeting of the Sev ruth Oriental Club tonight Wedties day. May 2". Installation of officers and hanging of the charter. All char ter members are requested to attend. Loomls and Miss Kerth. . Tlie ceremony was performed in a bower of greejiery and pink hy drangeas while beautiful white peon ies and Cape Jasmines were the other ldorniug flowers in this apartment. The bride was most attractive in a beautiful grown of white pina. a silk tissue from the Philippines elaborate ly garniture.! with yoke and bertha of Duchesse lace. She woie a long liltny veil and carried bride's roses. The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore white silk jusi. a striped Philip pine tissue, daintily trimmed with lac iti.l carried white carnations and Cape Jasmines. At the reception which was from 8:::o o'clock to 10:::o o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Kerth received in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Loomls. the receiving party onslsting of the host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Ixwtmls. of Sycamore, III., and the bridal party. Mrs. Kerth was gowned in a most lecoming toilette of gray eoline trim mcd with Princess, lace. Mrs. Ixiomls wore a champagne cloth beatifully re journing then Miles S. Gilbert ami family will remove .June 1 to "Green way," the residence of Hon. William H. Gilbert. Their home on Holbrook avenue has been rented by C. Fred Horry of Ninth street who will remove his fam ily there. Mr. and Mr. Charley W. Hassl. r and liitlo son of Cape Girardeau. Mo. formerly of Cairo, are guests at The llalliday and will remain here for a week. Mr. Hassler will tranact busi ness while here for the National Cash Register company. At th Arcade. At the Arcade this afternoon and tonight the attraction will be "Prettv Flower Girl" and "The Father's Elope ment." The -flower girl" picture !ri this case is not the same us that given st the opeia house last nig'ti, It is one of Pat he's best. DOG KILLING TIME Four Animals Shot By Police One Mad, the Other Three Likely to Be. There will Owls tonight, to be present, with smoker, dent. be a meeting of tlf All members requested Business of importune " ll.v order of the prcsi W. If. LEACH. IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO KNOW That all First Class Dealers when you ask for Soda Water will serve you only with The Standard Temperance Drinks Manufactured by Andrew Lohr Bottling Company. NOTICE! NOTICK!! We guarantee our Roods to comply with all requirements of Pure I'ood Laws and will protect and hold harmless all Dealers thereof. ASK FOR LOHR'S mm or ORGAN RECITAL Hickory Stove Wood E. RUSSELL SANBORN OF BOSTON WILL PLAY AT THE PRES TERIAN CHURCH THIS EVEN ING. . Miss Leila Miller who has been tea him; s. li. 10I in Pania. Fla., for l'ie paM yi ar is expected home Thursday to spend the vacation with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. it. Miller of Center street. She isite.l friends ill rou'e heme at Houek's Park, Fla. Mk, Mary Corliss and Miss Mary, expect to spend mer on the Atlantic coast laughter, the sum at a Mas Chief Kuan and Street Supervisor Sheehan have had an interesting, time with mad doss and doks likely to go 1 mad .hiring the lust day or two. On j Monday thr.-' dogs of various sizes 1 ami Precis were brought to head quarters by citizens who said the ani mals had been bitten by a mad doc. a fine shepherd that was running about wildly snapping at everything. These dogs were killed and yesterday Officer Sheehan ran down the shep herd, locating him under the porch, of John Hall. lay's residence at Ninth and Walnut and killing him there. The animal showed m,iuc of the strong sjniptonis of madness. The program for the organ recital to be given this evening at the Pres byterian church by 10. Kiis.U San born of P.oston is as follows: Cornet Fugue Dr. Percy (Joels, bins j iDedicated to Mr. Sanborn. ) jSen-nata Wolstenholm, 1 First Movement from Sonata.... j .Idling i antilene Itheiuberge' Marche Aux Flambeaux Guiiniaiit Ifegia itavanello Selected Finale (from First Sonata) Gusliuaut We run two wagons, make prompt deliveries. .The only place In town where you can get M Hickory Wood. Two horsa Wagon $1.50. BELL PHONE 235. Clark-Danforth Handle Company West 21st St. M. & O. R. R. CAIRO LUMBER COMPANY. O. B. ARCHIBALD, MANAGER. New Firm. New Lumber. Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Sash, Doors and Interior Finish. Builders' Hardware, Screen Doors, Screen Window? and Rubber P.oofing Paper. Get our prices before you buy. It costs you nothing and may save you Dollars. Thirty fourth aid Big Four Railroad. Bell Phone 385. Call up Buchanan's Music Store if ycu want your "IANOS OK ORGANS TUNED OR REPAIRED. M. R. BRIGHTER, Resident Tuner. 2b years experience All Work Guaranted. Moderate Charges. If our piano pairing and you correctly done; Woodward No. L. Spencer give r needs tuning or want it careful! v a'ld phone Mi.s.s K'lima l-'H and have .Mr. 1). same his attention. Keep Busy. Occupation is the necessary of all eujoynient Hunt. b,13'.3 NATIONAL MOTOR AND SUPPLY CO. -.I mm h r-r X s "!y.Btterfl I !& We carry a full line of Stationary and Marine Motors, Supplies of all kinds for Automo. biles, Motors, Launches and arc agents for the Pioneer Boat Pattern Co. Call on or write us. Prices right. F. L. HARP, Proprietor. j 200O-2008 Commercial Avenue. UPSETT Some folks are immediately relieved by Tape's Diapcpsia. Though it usually takes about five min utes to overcome Indipestion, Hearthurn, Gas on Stomach and other upset feelings. Each tablet digests 3000 grains of food. Nothing is left to ferment and sour. Undigested food makes the gaa that causes the headache. Pape's Diapepsin FOR INDIGESTION Candy-Like Tnanjuc. ftij Vrug Store. V IT WILL. PUT YO'J n roun recr. h: it-:-! r 'fi smM 1 1 1; ft Are YOU going to be COOKED this Sum mer or do the COOKl! Q? A OAS RANGE s' Ives this problem. It costs no more to run a das Range than a Coal Stove. We have them from $15.10 up on easy Monthly or Weekly Pay ments, $2 DOWN. 50c A WEEK OR $2 A MONTH. CALL AND SEE US OR HAVE OUR REPRESENTATIVE CALL ON YOU. CAIRO CITY GAS CO.