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THE CAIRO BULLETIN. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
Remember I Our Slaughter Sale of Footwear ( all and Sec The Great Reductions We are offering. M M X 3 w u YOU CAN SAVE For the Lady, Gentleman, Boy, Miss and Child is Still in Full Force. Also Leggins, Over-Gaiters and Hosiery. Shoes at your own price-Cost and Below Cost. The Foot will always need a Shoe. 8 5 a MONEY By Taking Advantage o! this Slaughter Sale m s B, McMANUS, Jr. The Shoe Man, 809 Commercial Avenue ce M a M u ca.ro op,,. n,.,e. I). L. WILLI AMBO , Mler. TO-NIGHT I with Saturday Matlinee x The Manitou Comedy Company Presenting an All New Uepertolre of Kuyalty 1'laya. Matinee Today: "HOMESPUN HEARTS " ' TONIGHT " TOID IN THE HILLS." piucEs-im.aocsoc. $1AOO given away Satur day night. S.u'e your num bers. "OR MEN ONLY 4 .. ONE JOLLY NIGHT MONDAY, FEB. HERE AE ARE Harry Hastings BLACK CROOK, Jr. g BURt.ESgjEK5 GIRLS YES! SOME PIPPINS Headed by RtLLE. HELENE In Her Version of SALOME FLN FAST AND FLKIOLS. Oh Hoys: Ho Sure ami net this one. Prices -25c, 50c and 75c. , Statu on sale Sat. Feb. 20. FOR MEN ONLY OX 15 NUlIIT ONLY TUK!1AV, FKtfUCAKV 23 BAMl'KL 1- lliiKK S Mammoth fcstravagan.a Production THE LAND OF NOD 1 71 Comedians, Singers 71T I Hani era , An Kxtravagant equipment of scen ery, costume and electrical efl'8Ctn, Knox Wilson as April Fool PRICKS Kutire Lower Floor, f 1 .CO; Klnst two rows Mress Circle II, balance 76c; (lallery Z and We. Heats 011 sal. Monday. I Athletic Night, Wednesday, Feb. 24th 1st Big Battle Royal Between fix men with heavy gloves. 2nd Six Round Sparring Contest between two of the best men to be had in St. Louis, Johnny Kelly and Joe Murphy MAIN EVENT Catch as catch can wrestling match to a finish between Chief Mohture, A full blooded Blackfoot Indian, and Wild Joe Collins, The Cairo Favorite. Kutire lower floor 8 1.00 First 2 row I "reus Circle 75 Balance ro Gallery 5 Keats on sale Tuesday. Time called 8:10 p. m. PATHE THEATRE li Eighth StrMt MOVING PICTURES PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY TONIGHT Grand Double Bill B)0TS AMD SHOES Maaafaclurcd. Repaired. Work neatly an quickly done by tnachlnr or by ..and. isrtn your tibut-a here when in Deed of repairs. F. TIIALMl ELLFR M Commercial Seat tu Hotel Mariun. SOC I AL A N D P. C. Dancing C ub. The P. C. Dancing Club gave a dance last evening at Asealon lxdg Hull. Excellent music was provide, for the occasion an. I nearly all the members were present. Mr. ami Mrs. W. B. Muetle. Jr, chaperoned the party and those par ticipating in the dance were Misses Edna l.ind, Margaret Strong. Wini fred f' x. Louise Berry. Maltle .Mil!- vihill, Kate Davis. Jessie Davis. Ada Walker Aline Walker, Nellie Giesen. lu-ff, Joe Winter; ; Messrs. Will Win ter Clatnle Rolierls, Festus Barter, Pete l.ind, Roy Iiaird, Miles Ix-sUe, Roy Paul Vi.c Lutes, Carl Bode, Roy Iyowei' Floiirnov, Strut hers Smith, Dan Visitor Honored. Miss Vela Bondura'it nave a thim ble party yesterday aftermm at her home on Eighth stret, honoring her sinter, Mrs. Jolin W. Bransford, of 1 iiliin City. ienn. The afternoon was s j.ii t at daintv needlework and a delicious )uncheo;i i was serve.! at 4 mo o cioch. j The guests were Miss Anna Church of Chicago. Mesdames A. T. H Dynes. Robert E. Read. C. C. Terrell, Ar ihur Thistlewo.l, A. F. Stnehlo, Max Kaufman, II. N', Henekellan and Miss Mayme Cusbmaii. Chicken Pie Supper. The ladies of the Christian church will serve the following menu their chicken pie supper this evening at the Christmas Shop building, at Washington avenue and Tenth street. Boneless chicken pie. Baked beans, creamed potatoes. Potato salad slaw. Cranberry sauce. Celery Chow chow. Homemade jelly, homemade bread. C ffee, tea, cake. Ther will be choice homemade cakes for sale. Entertained Informally. Mrs. James Kuyendall. of 3 Hod Sycamore street, entertained a few friends Informally Thursday after noon. A two-course luncheon wai served. The guests were Mrs. Hall Whitak er, of Mound City, Mrs. B. MeMainu, Jr., Mrs. Otto Schuh, Mrs. W. 1). Taylor, Mrs. A. J. Rees. The Squadrupeds. The Squadrupeds had a slumber party last night at the home of Henry Clay Lewis on Twenty-fifth .-He, t. Sluiflber was chiefly conspicuous by its absence and the parly was d -'dared a pronounced success. Auxiliary Meeting. Mrs. Howard O. Phillips was hos. less Thursday afternoon to the Ind ies' Auxiliary at her home on Twenty seventh street. Progressive euchre was played an 1 refreshments were served. Will Give a "Coffee." Lutheran Ladies' Aid Socbty Lutheran church will give a Saturday afternoon, February tlii- home of Mrs. FtanU The of the coffee Z. at Schoemhs. :;:!8 Seventh street. St. Mary' Branch Meeting St. 'Mary's Branch of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Church of the Re- AT OPERA ROUSE WILL GIVE TWO PERFORMANCES, MATINEE AND NIGHT LOCAL TALENT IN GREAT RUSSIAN SWEAT BOX. TRICK. With a matinee and night perform ance today, the Manitou Stock Co , closes Its present engagement at th opera house and they doubtless w 1' receive a well merited house ;.t b th performances. Special matinee fu, ladks and children when "As Told 1 1 the Hills," will be presented, an in teresting story. At night a Ft-oag hill will be presented, in which tVie entire company will put their best ef forts. ei,itj'l' 'Homespun Hearts." The great Russian sweat Ikjx trii k will be given at each performance ti -day by Howard Frank and Genrgj Ktohhr, assisted by Simpson B u derant. Fine Attraction. An unusually delightful amusonvnt event will occur at the Opera Hou.-e Tuesday, February 23, when the sp-v Ml PERSON AL demer will moot this afternoon with Mrs. Isabella I,. Candee of upper Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Thistlewod, of Ten ill street have sole: to Wash'tu- ton, D. ('?.. to visit Congressman X. V.. This tlewoo.I until alter the inaug illation. 1 hey will visit at C hester Military Academy at Chester, f where Mr. Thistlevvord attended school and at New York City bef'cr.' retaining home. Alonzo Boudiirant who Is now lo cated in Memphis in business will arrive tonight to spend Sunday with his fath.'r Dr. A. A. Bon-.hirant and family. Mrs. John W. Uratisford cf 1'iiion City. Teim., is also a gue.-t at the Uondurant residence. ,1. M. Wilcox is seriously ill at Si, Mary's infirmary and may be com pelled to undergo a surgical opera tion. His daughter, Mrs. Canham, of Alton. 111., arrived last evening to be a' the bedside of her father, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MeGt-e cf May i'eld. Ky., passed thrrugh here Tues day on their way to Poplar Bluff. Mo., where they will reside. Mr. MeGeO is a brother of Mrs. Charles Boone cf this city. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Mcfiee of At hinta, Ga., are the guests of his par ents at Mayrieid. Ky. Mr. MeGe? will arrive in Cairo in a few days to tn g.'ige in business. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Parker of th. Hotel Peubody at Memphis, are here to visit the former's father. Mr. L. P. Parker of The Halliday. Roy Boone, the little son cf Mr, and Mrs. Charles Bnene will have as his guest today his cousin Worthy MeGee of Mayfkld, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. John Robers of Pop lar and Eighteenth streets ate happy over the arival of a new daughter at their home. W. T. Michaels, de Hur lodge, was called Danville yesterday by Hess of his wife. mfy of the Ben to his home in the serious ill Mrs, Will Mulvihill and litMe s' n of St Loiiis are guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Zonno of 2saS Peplar street. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Smith of Sxcamore stret are the parents son born Thursday morning. of a t Shirden I.eMay of Broughton, III. if the guest of his brother Marion LcMay of Eleventh street. Miss Sula Anderson of Wain t stret kft yesterday for a visit with triends at Norman. Okla. Miss Aliie Detts, of Mound City is the guist of Miss tanra Clendeaei i f Center street. Harry Morehend has returned a business trip to Metropolis other points. from and Mrs. .1. E. Strong is ill at her on Ixwer Washington avenue a grippe. llOITV" with I - ill a' Beck with, his home. of Fifth street, is tacular production of the famous ma ti-al comedy extravaganza, "The Land of Nod," will be presented Alwiut a year ago this extraordinary success was seen here, and it is not exaggeration to say that no entertain ment that has been witnessed on the local stasre in a very long time has given greater measure of satisfaction.. The immense audience which w;is present was kept laughing or applaud ing throughout the performance while at the same time the striking beauties of the stage furnishtnent provided a series of constantly chang ing pictures which are a positive de light to the eye. rices ?oC to $1.5. SeMs on sale Monday. Washington Once Gave Up. to Ihree doctors; wis Kept in bed for ove weeks, fdood imisoii from a spid f is tme caused large, neep sores cover his leg. The doctors failed, then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve completely cured nie," writes John Washingtor. of Bosqtieville, Tex. for eczema bolls, burns and plies it is supreme t".c at all druggists. DOG TAX NOTICE. I will pay r'"c for every dog brought to pclice headquarters, that tax is not paid on, t ! ',ch w ill be killed accord ing to law. JOHN SHEEHAX. Street Supervisor. CITY NEWS IK BRIEF Will Inspect Company K. Col. E, J. Lang, commander of the Fourth regiment I. N". (1., will be in Cairo Sunday to inspect Company K. as stated in the Bulletin some days as;.'. Capt. W. P. Greaney will not be in command of the company, as he will leave for New Orleans to attend t' e Mardi Gras elbration. One of the lini teuats of Company K will hav- charge of maneuvers. Stricken With Paralysis. Mrs. Anna B. Robertson, mother of Mrs. Edward L. Reno, formerly cf Cairo, was stricken with paralysis at Lexington, Ky., Thursday and 's in a precarious condition. She is 81 years of age, and this is her sec ond attack. Mrs. Reno and hrotln r. Lloyd Robertson, formerly of Caiio, now reside at Lexington, Ky. Organ Recital. Alfred G. Robyn, of St. Louis, the noted organist and composer wi.l give an organ recital at St. Patrick' hureh March 17, St. Patrick's Day. The fine new organ of die church wll: be heard to the greatest advantage a; i ho hands of Prof. Robyn, and all music lovers will attend. Authorized to Organize. The Bloms-Halli. lav- Co. was jester- ay authorized to organize by the secretary cf state, with a capital stock of $:,,(M0. The firm will deal in frill' s, provisions and grocei(s at wholesale. It is composed of Eg bert Blums, Herman Bloms, Jr., and Norman Halliday. CHICKEN SUPPER. The ladies of the Christian church will give a chicken supper at Lie hristmas Shop building at Tenth street and asiiiuglou avenue th s vening. An pspecial invitation is extended to the business men, who are assured of prompt attention, a special table having been prepared frr them, so that all delay will bo elim inated for the busy ones. Policy of Expansion. The Retail Grocers' and Butch "I'S association of (. airtt has decided t reorganize as a branch of the Retail Merchants' association of the stnl" and take into membership all ret ad merchants of the city. The rouor1 of the local secretary of the associa tion indicates that there are ftillv three hundred merchants in Cairo. Alio would be eligible to membership in the latter organization. New Agent for Pabst. M. Athon, of Paris. 111., has taken the Cairo agency of the Pabst Brew ing Co, succeeding E. P. Fitzgerald, Mr. Athon comes highly recommend- 1 as an energetic business man. He toik charge yestrday. For St. Patrick's Day. A fine musical entertainment has been arranged for St. Parick's Day, March 1". by Rev. Father Downey cf St. Patrick's church. IL has secur-d the consent of Prof. Alfred G. Robyn of St. Ixiuis, to come here on that day and give an organ recital at St. Patrick's church, on the grand new oigati just installed mere, a hciure ilso will probably be given on that occasion. M. K. C. Committees Have Not Met With Deserved Response From Citizens. The K. M. K C. conimitt-e n charity t all has made two ro.ithls amoiiu citizens and has sold about 2ou tickfts. The first committee was compfsod cf Mtssrs. Haas. Sandler and Tern II. the second of the two iit st lr.rned gentle-nent and Mr. Frank Si i net r. Whi'e they met w ith generous response from most c:'l ?cns there wire qc.it- a numbT wlo refused to contribute anything. be cause they were under the I nprs sii n that the money would go ii.to the K. M. K. C. treasury and be spent for a banquet. This is an erroneous impression, as every dollar received on account of the charity ball, excepting the necppsiry . ex penses incurred in eonnectlcn with hat affair, will be pail to th- ladies r-ompesinp the K. mT K. C. charity committee, being members from all the churches in the city. The La lit s Aid society cf tre Lutheran church wiil give a coffee Saturday afternf m. February 0, at the home of Mrs. Frank Schoc'ebs. Seventh street. Admission l- edits including rt freshman's. FOB CHARITY'S SAKE IN CIRCUIT COURT DEFENSE KEPT BUSY REJECT ING CITIZENS WHO QUALI FIED UNDER THE LAW . ?puty Sheriff Said to Be Witness For Defence to Discredit Prosecution's Princi oal Witness. The effort to get a jury in the Dav idge murder trial is still going on in the circuit court hero, and no pro gress at all was made yesterday. Winn court adjourned last evening there had been not additions to the ( iglit members permanently acc; p:el the day before, although a cans! lett able number of citizt ns had been examined. As was foreshadowed in vest r daj's Built tin the defense last even ing excused P. T. Lai:, 'an. leaving three men to be ifrssc.l upon for final acceptance. The defense los-t one of its peremptory challenges on Mr. I aiigan. which was the only war to git rid of him, as h. had qualified un der the law. The defense lost s'x i nioiv of its challenges cn as many other citizens, mostly business men, who had qualified under the law. Tl i-ij ing challenges, and the prosecution two. Another day like ye.-terd.iy, with the same character of men pre- I suiimu e.aiiuoui ioa, uuu uir privilege of peremptory cnul.enge will be exhausted and after that the law alone governs and men of - fen d for examination must 11 -quality theniselv-s by answers to questions put to them by the attorneys. In t' e neighborhood of 125 men have thus far bet n examined As. indicating that courr attaches have b Uve in behalf of the stated that one of the will b; a witness for some of th t n unduly ac prisotier it is deputy shr riffs the deft use t'i discredit the testimony nrincipal witness with the prisoner's brother ot the i-tau s whom he and conversed.. The re Monday. :ular a; d w a ; excused t-ill HELD TO BAIL ONE STOLE TOBACCO AND CIGARS FROM M'KNIGHT KEA TON OTHER ASSAULTED GROCER TO R03 HIM. Investigation yesterday devt loj e l that the negro Pleas Jackson who was arrtsted by Officer Wade the other day on suspicion cf having systematically stolen cuars and to bacco from some business house, ha 1 sold large quantities of the goods to some of the up town saloon men. A negro saloon keeper at Twenty-ninth and Commercial named Baltimere. who killed ex Police Officer UradL'.v a short time ago being himself shot by Bradley, appears to have been the principal purchaser of the stolen to bacco and cigars, and there is talk j of prosecuting hi n and otners ior re ceiving stolen goods. Mr. Keaton. of the MeKnight-Ke.i-ton Grocery Co., from whom the goods were stolen, says he df es not , know just how much was stolen, but believes that not less than $:H'0 worth jof tobacco and cigars are gone. En itiance was gained to the store by a window. an i n.b the stealings seem to d over a long period of have est tunc. Jackson was held to bail yesterday by Judge Ross in the sum of t3f(. Another bad negro named Alex. White, was held to bail in the sam sum. charged with assaulting old man McDonald, grocery keept r at Twenty-second and Poplar streets. , White knock , with a stick 1 the old man down of wood and was alio- t to rob the store when Mrs. McDonald appeared with a revolver -and he tan TODAY'S LUNCHEON Thos. E. O'Shea, the Grocer, Will Preside Some Committees May Offer Reports. Today the Luncheon at A'exan it r club griil room will fe presi led over by Thos E. O'Shea. the procer, who ha" taken quit an active I art In these affairs for some ti:n past and slowing a lively interest in pub I affairs. Mr O'Shea has not author ized any announcement ai to what he will present for discussion. Sev eral committee ate still out on prepo slliotis ji.iti's'.y i!i.-ei:ss"d and it is likely some of them will have !oits to off-r. re Ti MEN DIED AT HfS QUARANTINE MAV HOME IN GERMANY BE RAISED MONDAY JACOB STERNHEIMER, FATHER DAVID L. MARX, OF CAIRO, PASSED AW AY-MAN'' MOURN HIS DEATH. Mrs. David L. Marx, of Poplar street received the sad news yester day of the death of her father, Mr. Sternheinter, which occurred at his home in Mannheim, Germany, after a !!''g period of ill health. This be reavement is a most poignant grief ( to tiis daughter, Mis. Marx, who Is o uii sepaiuieu irom net" motner, sister and brother at this sad time, Ujrs, Marx will have the tendere-ft j sympathy of ail her hosts of friend . ...... som). The decedent was a prominent citi zen cf Mannheim, where lie was en gaged successfully for many years i'l l he real estate business. He wus a man of exemplary character r, nl his family life was Ideal in in ha: ; im ss, which makes the brea'Klr.-f if tie- Cos more than an ordinary grief. : r. and Mrs. Stei nhcimer were married -IG years ago and the widow is left ifeso late by the loss of the most devoted husband. The Stemheinier home was noted for its hospitality and Its ho.-.t and hostess gave great pleasure to their friends. The memory of this and of the good man, who was one of the leading spirits in giving happi ness to others will endure always in the minds of the family's fri-n-ls. Mr. and Mrs. Marx and children made? an exiended visit to Mr. Marx's old home in Germany about a year ago. QUEER ANIMAL FOUND Unusual Fur Bearer Caught at sted is Know as Chinese Afrum. Olm- Monday Jaredskl v Son, throug'i one tif their agents, purchased frmn John Sexton, who lives near Olmsted, north of Cairo, what is known to animal and fur men as a freak cf nature styled as "Chinese A fruni." -This queer freak of nature looks to be a cross between a wild cat and a beaver and Is sitteil, has claws lik" a cat and can l)th climb a tree ami Rwim. Occasionally in lower California he is shot by hunters along the gulf, but Mr. Jarodski says that in his IS years of buying furs this is the first one that be has ever seen. In the Interior of China, mission aries report lhat the natives eat this animal and consider its meat a great delicacy, $"!2."0 was paid for the fitr ami it was shipped to a New Yoik house. Suhsrrlhl for The Bulletin. INDIGESTION AND DISTRESS FROM YOUR DISORDERED STOMACH GOES You haven't Catarrh of the Sioni- ach, er Nervousness, or Gasttitis, or. Cancer, etc. Prove this by tak ng Pape's IMapepsin after your very next meal. Convince yourself within five minutes that yner iictral dls'asi was sour, acid Stomach Food fermenta tion that vry bite you at" turmd to Stomach ga. Stomafh lfiisnn and acid, which makes you feel siek a" miserable, pnidu in 2 such synu ton s as pain in th? lit of the stomach, difficulty In hieath'ng after a m:ai. Headaches. VclcMng. Htarthurn. Nauseous br, a'h, Wae-r brah. biliousness, Seur risings. G; s on tnm;v-h and many other bad fed lug'. I: llgesfion is a result, not a carse of your misery. If the stomach sour, your food becoiii. s taint.'.! an.' that's why you have these st niach disorders. Ask your pharmacist to shew yen a RICHEST MAN FN TME WORLD believes firmly in sound business training. John 0. llockefellerstartcd as a bookkeeper, ami his early com mercial education is the foundation of his colossal fortune. You should start with us today NOW! ' Ask us for terms. Brown's Cairo Business Ccliege J. J). lUXiXlLl'H, J. 'in. Hume Phone ft!" I PADUCAH DECIDES TO TAKE ACTION IF NOTHING DE VELOPS HERE UNFAVOR ABLY NO NEW CASES. iducah is getting ready fo raise quarantine against Cairo, which the they caused to he declared against this city some days ago. Dr. J. Rivers, or Paducah. . repre senting the county board of health", who visited here Thursday and in spected the condition of the public health and Dr. 11. P. Sights, who had a telephone conversation with Dr. S. H. Cary, received Information that led them to advise raising the quar- antp According lo word firm Pa dueah last night is Is probable lhat this action will be taken by Mond; y if nothing develops here to prevent, and tliis is extremely unlikely, as there is a rapid decrease daily fu the number of small pox cases. In fact, the disease seems likely to be stamped out entirely within a few days, as no new cases were reported yesterday and the old ones are re covering rapidly. A rather ludicrous situation, devel oped yesterday when Dr. S. B. Cary received word that the towns or Bardwell, Arlington, Berkeley and Laketou had quarantined against Cairo, Mound City and Mounds, a this time, is most amusing to resi dents of Cairo, who see no reason for quarantining when the towns men tioned probably have as many case-i of the disease as Cairo has at the piesenl lime. AT MODIFIED PRIDES United States Steel Corporation Wdl Sell Products in open Market, it is Announced. New York. JA-b. 1!!. Its det is t n to "sell at modified prices" In the (.pen market wherever such acti n niliht be necessary to retain its fair shire of trade, was announce.) by t'se ,1'nited States Stel corporation to day ini an official statement by Chair man Gary, of the corporatii n s board of directors. The details cf pilots lo l:o determined upon, the staiement says, would be given to consi:m -rs. MINERS DEBATE QUESTION Oc OWNING MINE STOCK. Peoria. 111.. Feb. 19. Whether tie members of the I'nitod Mine W. rk ers of Ilinois. who purchased sftek In mines cease to be members of the organization or not, was the subject of a long tlebate In the sesison t f 1h convention here tcday. Pre Mont Walker held that nietnlx rsh'p ca ds should be returned in such cis s. The convention instructed the c ecu tive committee to draft a n s lutit n revering the print. case of Pape's Diapepsin, which cos s only ,V) cen's. Read what this cf- fective stomach and mtnt contains, and ly harmless it must floes for the stomach ing and sun bath do digestive trt at how absolute be; how it what th? wrsh for the churn: absolutely removes every con up nx of tainting element.' anil will digest all the food yti can fpaf. Go to your druggist and get a- e riat n sin now, thn eat an; t int? you want at your next meal, and " will not suffer from indigtseien er Stomach trouble. Each bite of f iod will taste good, and. besides, you will not need liver regulators to k e;i i ye or intestines and Stoma- h cr.n anil fresh. Nov and forever rid yourself of the misery of Indigestion ami S'o-ea h trouble. Make your meals a pleisure by going to the table with a htalty apietite. THE