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Wi I, i . TEM CAIKO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MOKNINO, NOVEMBER 29, 1003.
Cairo Opera House. D. U WILLIAMSON, Manager, ONE NIGHT ONLY Of) MONDAY, NOVEMBER gU For liic Benefit ol DAUGHTERS OF THE KING Tliil Cliarmlnu operetta til two Ul'tn The Japanese Girl An AH Star Cast ol Local Favorites Prices-25c, 35c and 50c Si -at a on sale at 1kx oltli e Monday. tmtmtuuu tiittLtttittttiunxixttrtttttti '.SOCIAL AND PERSONAL FIRST THEORY Bridge Whist Club. The Hi i.lut Whist (lull will meet Mntiiiiiv iii'ii'i-nniiii with Miss Maude- Hustings (if I'pper Wnnlilnpton tivi II !. .. c i x K N H ; 1 1 r ( I M, V i : Onil" WKUXKSDAY HKt'KM IIKI! Headed by Hilly Kcrsnnri .. t The Dandy Dixie Minstrels i.uiy KersaiKls -WIITIIK Cotton Pickers" Band. BEST 40 BEST Sure KmniKh Maiiilli-st Ileal liarkey M mxirt-r slio- In the World, H;ir None SEE Billy Kersands in Tin: -: "Essence of Ole Virginny" The New York CTIIy HIk Minstrel )!ll Watch for the Parade ami the Noonday- and Mtjlil Hand ( 'oncerl. Priit-s: Last Si-own lower ll-mr WH1. balance of lower floor 7'ic, (Irst I rows dri-ss circle TV, hnlunc. of dres elrrte SO', uallt ry &: .Seats on sale Tue sday One Athletic Night Q Thursday, November . . J ik. Big Battle Royal be tween 5 men, the one left standing getting fhe purse. 2d. Preliminary Five Round Boxing contest between two of Cairo's Best Boxers. 3d. Middle Height Cham, pion Wrestling Match be tween GEORGE BAPTISTE and JOE ACTON, al 155 pounds, for $250 a side. 4th. Six Round Boxing Bout of fast and scientific boxing between ' JOE KELLY and KID ZIMMERMAN Prices-2Sc. 50c. 75c audit . Heat on kale Wednesday. 4th oK till. MHIIT KI;IH.. 1'Ktr.MHKIt COMPLETE SUCCESS "A Stubborn Cinderella" THEATRICAL SENSATION CHORUS OF GO Revealing fhe Handsomest Show Girls on (he American Stage ! li i-ff: Knlire lower lloor 1.50. liit rows d ret cir cle ha lance dress cir cle 75', 'iallerv 50c Suits B on kuI Thursday. PATHE THEATRE i Eighth Btt-Mt MOVING PICTURES PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY TONIGHT Grand Double Bill Lutheran Ladies' Attention. Indies of Iinmaiiiiel Lutheran church who are making articles for the. Christmas shop inns' deliver eoods at residence of Mrs. Herman Welior on N'lnth street before Wed iifHtluy noon. Baby Christened. liiel.nrd Kinir Kailffllillll. little son of Mr. ami Mm. Richard King Kuiilf man of Webster i roves. .St. Uiuls wan christened yesterday at the resi clence of his grandparents. Mr. and frs. Andrew Lohr lit :'7i0 Walnut street, the ordinance of baptism being administered by the Rev Charles H. Armstrong pastor of Ini ii!!!iniel Lutheran ehruch. Receotlon at Thebes. A reception followed by and cards was hiven last ( -ii the Thebes Hotel at Thebes by lancing at Ai rs. RACES Trl-Clty Tmrh mverj Tbaraday J Satarslay 1:30 'clock. Lead Demand in Ch a. Tl ' -e It a rtat demand In CLIta for lead. It Is tw-d la ireral Ch.e'-sa fo.ii.' fjtu?!-, but thWtj for lieitf t-e. :t for tiport. N .1. Keefe in lionor of her niece. Miss Elizabeth Keefe of St. Louis. The affair included a hundred guests and was one of the most brilliant af fairs in the social annals of Thebes. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Thosmas Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keefe and guest, Mrs. Charles Lett of East St. Ixmis and Miss Rose Hovvley all of Cairo. Bridewell-Jackson. The marriage of Mr. William Jack son and Miss Alma Hridwell was solemnized yesterday- morning at 10 Vclock at the residence of the bride's father, al Arlington. Ky. The bride formerly was employed at the Rrackett-Cmifd millinery store and has a number of friends in Cairo. Mr. Jackson is a well known and prosperous farmer near Arlington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were in Cairo yesterday en route north on their wedding tour. Asttila. Willie oil Hroadway they iix-t Rov I". (ihiilsoii of Cairo who is there on business. Miss Zora Lee of Eleventh street has returned from a Isit at Cnlum bus Ky.. as the c"st of her aunt Mrs. Hetty Pearson. W. .1. Zimiiiern. traveling auditor for the Mobile &. Ohio railroad has ueiie to Mobile, Ala., to spend several days with his parents. Misses Maude and Mable Ilrovvn, of Chut leston. Mo., are guests of their mclher and sister. Mrs. Edward U tirrss of Holbrook avenue. Mr. an.l Dougherty Mrs. who IL S. were Hopkins, married nee at Mound Cilv Thanksgiving Pay. have taken apartments at tire Halliday. Miss Kllzabeth Lewis and Miss .Vina Hartleson of (irand will return to Martin, Tenn., .imie their duties at hoarding guest Chain to re school Mrs. J. W. Hartleson who has been the guest of 'Mrs. N. V. Lewis of t'l per Washington) avenue, will re tun. to her home in Lrand I hain to Un. Mrs. W. B. Huette, Jr.. and Miss Murv Huette went to Carbondale yes terdav to spend Sunday with rela tives. C. C. Terrell returned yesterday from Kentucky where he was called by the critical illness of his brothers hild. The little boy is not expected to live. Had Cordial Reception. The fVntralia Sentinel says: ' .Married At Cairo Thursday after noor at 3 o'clock Mr. Vincent, Middle worth of this city an.l Miss Rose Ccyle of that city. They arrived here on the 11 p. in. train and were ghen a cordial reception by a num ber of the groom's Centratia friends. The groom is the new proprietor of Co!!ege Inn, which was formerly Wit sor.'s Candy Kitchen, ami during his stay here has ma.le many warm friends, all of whom wish him 411. 1 Ills bride a long and happy future. When received at , the train they were escorted to the Collece Inn and were treated to an excellent lunch. The decorations on tiie bride's were numerous and varied, shows that tiie Cairo friends busy at that end the line." L. P. Parker of the Halliday. lias returned from Memphis. While away ho enjoyed a hunting trip at a south ern lake where he caught forty wild ducks, the limit the law allows. Mr. and Mrs. Moses who have been cvests of their daughter, Mrs. Ray mond llosmer, of Lower Washington Kvfnue, returned to their home in Oak Park. III., yesterday. O. A. Agler, of Chicago, of the T?p-hajn-Agler Lumber company who was here the pasit week 00 business con nected with the company's local yards, left yesterday for Chicago. trunk W llil'll w ere Christmas Shop. An important meeting of the Christmas Shop council. was held yes terday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. .J. D. UidJ. lPm Commercial avenue. The follow ing appoint neiits were made: Committee on purchase of supplies, Miss Louise Stelnhou.se and Airs. K. J. LIki; superintendent of cashiers. Mis. I-a MuLfliilels; super intendent of delicatessi 11 department. Mrs- J. F. Roberts. The council will meet Thursday a 2 o'clock at the Christinas Siion hull at I'MH Washington awnuc The supei inti ndents or all .lep.n tmonts an- reiU'sied to me-t at the hall Sat urday morning at In o'clock to re reive goods for their departments. Those who will offer conveyances for the delivery of Christmas Shop goods will confer a favor by notifying Mrs. William X. Putler of Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. Richard King Kanff mai: and little son who have been giusts of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lohr n'ld Air. and Mrs. Frauk P. Ayer will leae this morning for their home in Webster Groves. St. Louis. C. K. Armstrong has returned from Danville where he rj'ient sev eral days with his family. He was accompanied to Mound City by the family who will visit friends ther for several days. They w;ll come to Cairo this week and will reside at 'Vi Twenty-first street. c mm LEAK THROUGH OHIO CAME BETWEEN NEW ER AND TIMBER. LEVEE SEW- ILLINOIS CENTRAL GO. Will Order Five Cars Stone to Cairo For Rebuilding Stone Wall Excavation Being. Made. Mrs. Horry, mother of Mrs. J. J Ttnssell. of Charleston, AIo.. has ar rived here to spend tiie winter with her daughter Mrs. W. H. Brown of Elm street during the absence of Congressman and .Mrs. Russell who will he In Washington during the session of congress. Mrs. J. I'. Cridley and son John who have been guests of the former dster. Mrs. Tho nas B. Farrin. Jr md her cousin. Hon. Reed (ireeii will have this evening for their home In Diet 7.. Wyoming. They w be met in Chicago by Mr. (iridley who will accompany them home. Mis Myra Elliott of Wickliffe, the guest of Miss Daisy Hacker day. Mr. and Mm. C. Ixiuis Finch, will Anna. !?. Dewey a, spend Sunday was Fri son in John Sheehan. Htrept wi.e l.as bn V.l is ;,hle i'pi-ln. FllpcM Isor. to be out Mies Josephine Coj f sixth street went to K'Mitou J ester. ;4y to visit f 1 ic n.is. lion. R-e. (Jieeii has f'Tfi: a trip to EanMil!e. otlor nint. returned In. I., and Mis Maude Conn ling of Arina lie- nieft of her mint. M-. 11; ino.lt nf d-fisn !tr-t. R It. Hutk of m Klglit-f-nth Mr.et mil! -, . t .. II.,,,. f . , . 1 11 11 . . iri.iat- mnete wni spend t-n da cm biKins. le Vi William Cadltoi of Thirti fourth str-n. im, returned t.o: ! t with ftiei, Is In Murphy rhor... VU K M(K of Berwyn. 11,1 l!o is the fu-M of Miss Flora IVe i"er CiinimTi ial iiero. tiitt .t Miss Ma . ir w ho is a f.i 11 ar c Ida C.M.Inan of Charleston, in the city 1-jT ltaac her mother pati'-nt at St. Varj n Mi Frel Hofmao and ii;.!rn or Mound City at treats c.r tb for mm 4rrt. Mr. an I Mr. Mean Ha'-'-naesar. Mr n,l Mrs. "Vi!Iialn Casey ne Stfl"ton. ar In New York fn route m tt:r wMdlDit tcrar of Eu-ni Tt-y ar ftof-rdnf at tbo Waldorf David S. Umsden and If. E. Hali lav returned yesterday from a busl uess trip to Mobile. Ala. While there thc were entertained at luncheon at the beautiful home of Walter W. Her roii who formerly resided in Cairo, .Mr. Herron has been engaged in ti lumber business for several vears In Mobile and has been very successful NOTICE. Ail pi";.eus owing !t?reet laxes to the- citv iic notified to call at Police II- a'c,u;irter, pi d pay them, thus saxit.g f,ne and costs. I have been 111 iiir not:iei.rae and unable to attend to the (-oli.iiori hut from now on will be found M ny office, nil Commer cial ; venue. JOHX SHEEHAX. Sireet Suiiervlsor. CAIRO LODGE K. OF P. WILL ELECT OFFICERS. The meeting of Cairo Lodge 173 Knights of Pythias, was largely at- in.e, last week anj to ay that all in att mlaiM bad a goo.1 time would puuinK ii mildly a every one present had a delightful time of course, at the expense of the candi date tor the rank of Esquire, who a tatieht the lesson thw rank in tin most Impressite inanner. The oik was eriluetied by the presence of n veral lisiting brothers who gaf their assistance In conferring tank. Two more applicant were c-c-.t. for meniM-rshirt and one ae plication received. Thi week mill 1m the g-eular njc-e'ing for (-hticn of 'ffi.era The lar.ks of page an.l KtieM ais., ! ennferrod. THREE STORY BRICK DWELL ING WITH ALL MODERN IM PR0VEMENT8. LOCATED DOWN TOWN FOR SALE CHEAP. QUICK SALE DESIRED. APPLY C R. STUART A tOl. NO. 07 WAH- INGTON AVENUE, Developments at the Tenth street sewer outlet during the last day o two have been interesting and of value to the city in its contention tha tiie cause of all the trouble there was tiie imperfect work by the Rich Con struciion Company. In making the excavation for the concrete collar wall which is to be built around the new sewer outside the stone wan large caviiy was found over and along the new sewer and below the limbers put in to constitute the tunnel i which the sewer was laid. It is clear that this cavity extende along the sewer and a torrent of water poured In through it until th Ions of earth in sacks dumped into the river outside I he wall checked it As found, the cavity extended otii.v short distance beyond the stone wall on the inside, the remander 0 the opening being closed by the earth falling down from above. The reason why the cavity was not thus closed all the way in that the stone wall was immeditely above the sewer tunnel and there was no earth above the sewer to take the place of that wash out by the river. Thus further unquestionable con flrmatiou is had of the theory that the river broke into the city through an opening made between the new- sewer and the timbers left in the tun nel By the minders. Some strong evidence of this was discovered in- ide the stone wall, and considerable avlty being disclosed along the new sewer by Contractor Fraser, when he made the excavation for the inner concrete wall. Engineer ThiMlewood reported the find to the mayor who summoned member of the street committee, and thorough inspection was made of (he situation. With a view to pro sentlng the facts effectively at the proper lime and place. To Repair Stone Wall. As slated some days ago through the efforts of Mayor Parsons, offi cials of the . Illinois Central have reed to do some needed work on the stone wall at Tenth street, whlcn needs looking after badly. Yesterday Superintendent ('lift and Roadmaster Clifford came down to look at the sit uation and after consultation with lh mayor and other representatives of the city agreed to send down five car loads of stone to be used in re building the wall over the sewer. The old wall will be taken down and a solid packing of eartii will be put over the sewer. The concrete euperstruc ture will be rebuilt in a straight line cuting out the set-off now In the wall at that point. ; - "' A V If Extraordinary Millinery Offering X Al! Trimmed Hats at One-Fourth Off TpOLLOWING our usual custom of reducing our J Millinery stock immediately after Thanksgiving we are making this reduction on all Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hats carried in our cMitli nery department. Many exquisite creations in Ladies' Hats are shown, made of corded silks and satins, so much in vogue this season, and trimmed with ostrich plumes. All sizes are shown from the large picture hats to the medium and small sizes. Among them are some black and tbhite hats and some charming styles in taupe, browns, greens, new blues and delicate evening tints. A marvelous op portunity to purchase a hat at a Reduction of 25 Per Cent -ff? Buster Brown Hosiery 25c. Let us show you BUSTER BROWN'S Guaruutecd Klnntic Top STOCKINGS FOR Women A very fine weave of lisle thread, with reinforced heel, toe and top top elastic. In black or tan. Sizes 8i to 10. Buy them and in 30 days you'll discard your darning bag and be wearing the best looking and most satisfactory stockings you ever put on. 25 CENTS PKR PAIR WE HAVE THE EXCL USIVE AGENCY FOR BUSTER BROWN'S GUARANTEED HOSIERY Let us show you BUSTER BROWN'S Four-Fold Guaranteed STOCKINGS FOR. BOYS and GIRLS Made to stand the wear and tear of atrenuoua play. Made to save the drudgery of darning. Staunchly re inforced v. here the hard knocks and rubs come. In either black or Wu Sizes 6 to 10. , , 25 C ENTS PER PAIM INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON VIOL 'N.. MISS SUTHERLAND, 2406 ELM STREET. SMS SET FOB W II occupancy by the Local contractors job. ' first of January, did not bid on the Alma Lodge, No. IM. will give a farcy lio; social Tuesday night, De cember 1, ui Alexander Hall. Ail Odd Fdlovtr, r.fl.ekabs and their friends a'e imitcd io attend. A fine program v ill bo . en .i K d. COMMUNICATED. OF ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING COMPANY ON LOWER COM MERCIAL AVENUE BUILDING TO BE FINISHED BY JAN. 1 Ground was surveyed and slakes a yesterday for the proiiosed new buil ing of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association of St. Louia which will be located on Commercial avenue. A force of workmen, lncludiu.4 brickniasons, concrete workers, car penter and plumbers arrived here Friday night and will begin work on the new building Monday morning. These men are a part of the com pany's regular corpg of workmen and the building here will be done under the upervlslon of J.-.C. Miller, master builder o ft he Anheuser-Busch Asso elation. The building will be a two-story brick structure 2..xlOO fn-t and will cost about II .VOoo. The builders x poet to cave the titructure ready for WHAT A CAIRO DRUGGIST THINKS IVoad'a Fills are tha beat I ever old - I handled them with great satis faction when in business at Pine Bluff, Ark. They aell finely with me here and please the customer every time. J. B. Brewer, Druitflst, 1113 Washington Ave., Cairo, III. If yon are troubled with Headache, Biliousness, Malaria or Xeuralfia try tbeae matchless pills one time. All Dru&tfistss 25 cents. "Thanksgiving Day 1'nion services it First M. E. church, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock." Under the above beading was a prrgrain in which I noticed this statement. Proclamation of presi dent and proclamation of governor read by Rev. Mr. Throgmorton. I lo not know who it is that Is responsible for the above statement, but be it known to all who may have read the above mentioned program, that 1 did j not agree to assist in said service,' neither diil anyone ask me to do so. Respectfully. J. C. THRCXJMORTOX. ::0dS Elm Street Cairo. if. fesS Cascade Flour The choicest milling product made after the most modern and scientific Methods. All Grocers. READ DR. WOELFLE. Will move his office to "0214 Com mercial avenue Decnincr 1. I H f Tht Third Story. The walls for the third filynn'a big warehouse on cia avenue are going up. 4 ao4 OLD this print 1:5 inc hes from your eyes and read hat it .av. certainly need glasses, vour eves free of ecist. If you cannot read tin's tyi, you Come and h-c us and let ns examine structure will roof Joists. story for the soon be r-ady for the W. F. SMITH, Graduafe Optician 05 Washington Avenue. Back to Paducah. Requisition papers were received wsterday by Chief Egan from Sec-j ic-tary of State Roxe. aut horizmr him to surrender a negro named Levi ("a! hcMin to the Kentucky authorities The prisoner broke jail at Paducah. AGENTS TOR THE CELEBRATED STICK TITE EYE GLASSES New Assistant Enqmeer. Mr. Morgan, of I'rbana. III., an fx- perk nce.1 rivil engineer of that city, wa . in Cairo yesterday in conu!ta- licn with the mayor an.l City Engi neer Thistle ond. He is an appli cant for the scant ilace as a-si?tant neineer for this- citv. 11-' ONE MILLION e niokeri to c made happy hy using fhe MATCHLESS CIGAR LIGHTER OCe t piee. .Spetial Kate to Dealers. Tht !!f hter work la Wccent win, on land, or sea: needs Bo liquid of any kind, nor rap- If dealer cannot furnish w. ran. Matchless Cigar Lighter Mfg. Co. 16 John Si reel. NEWYOIUC To Enforce Health Rules. Health Officer Orr announce tt.af ru'e for the control and niniresicm f tmall-ox. diphtheria an! ftarkt ever whereier these are tovn4 will lx of the mMt rigid character and .il! be strictly enforced. Several tuore rases of thee? .;;.-c-aes have de-v-tc ,j.e, fnriDg the lat few days. Nne are aenoj. tma'lpox Is ecn 6t4 rtiUrelr to aegroes, . one of the 8 bfiBf ferJous. If 6h Hasnl, She Will Be. Almost eery American grl beta Tutt-d the cjaet-n of beauty some kind of a festiral or fair. bat at