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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
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Spring and Summer
Season ' r
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
Spring and Summer
Season 1909
OPENS
Busy All The Time. 7: 15 to 1 0:30.
2 Big Feature Reels 2. Other Special Features.- Amateur
Night Friday.
Til tfh
rlloviflfMuliliistrated
Tuesday Ac
Tuesday April 6th
5c Admission 5c.
Daily Change in Program.
. Hi Hl4pjit WMIhUWW:..
As nearly as can be ascertained, the
weilth'y persons of flew, York city re
celve 36,00a . begging letters 'a day
from strangers, and the writers stand
a better chance of finding money than
In fetUng from them, for even the
most liberal of philanthropists do not
dispense their charity excepting ac
cording iff careful plans and after in
vestlgatlon.; : ; j
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iiayghter of the lrds.
It is said that. , the annual bird
laughter for plumes tod tther decora
unlin v 'Outfee, ..s;
Generally, we. are under the impres
sion that man's duties are public,
an4 I woman's jprl vat e, ',' - But this is
notvaJ(u ether 4 man has a.'per
aonal work, or duty renting to his own
home, and a public work or duty
whien U JheVxpahStou of the other
relaMgf, to $b . stated. 8j). a. woroart
has a personal work and duty relating
to. (it, ftwft houieaKd a",hublle, work
and duty pufuh is also the expansion
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r 'Tl'rVeectlie hiWifr v
" ''.A.weH known . senator was asked
why some politicians were, always
making such a howl about the preser
vation of our forests. "Oh," he re;
plied, they probably never know just
when "they may have to take to the
wood." Success Magailne. .
' Roads to , Wisdom.
' There are three ways by which we
can come to wisdom: First, by means
of meditation; this (a the noblest way.
Second,. by means qf imitation; this is
the easiest way, and third, by means
or experience; this is the most diffi
cult Way.-TConfiicius.
No Chance for Argument.
No mtiu dares dispute that a mar
ried woman is a slave. His wife won't
let hltu'. Brooklyn Standard-Union.
. A Humble Suggestion. ,
' Scientists say the white ant lays
80.000 eggs a month. Would it, we
desire to. asM, would it be possible to
cross the white ant with the Plymouth
Rock heii? Topeka Capitul.
Tom Reed's Insinuation.
Once when . Thousas B. Roed was
with the late Senator Wolcott of Colo
rado and Joseph Choate, Mr. Choate,
when asked to take a drink,, said that
he hevcrdrank, never smoked to excess,
and never gambled in his . life. . Wol
cott, who was a sicner in every one
of these lines, looked pathetically at
Reed and said.: "1 wish I could any
that." "Say It," said Heed; "Choate
did."
THAT APRIL NIGHT.
Olive Oil for Books.
t Olive oil rubbed over the library
shelves will, it is said, prevent the
mildewing of the books.
The Real Teacher.
care not whether a man s called
a tutor, an instructor, or a full pro
fessor, nor whether any academic do
glees adorn his name; nor how many
fact! or symbols of facts he has stored
away in, his brain. If he has these
four powers: clear sight, Quick' im
agination, sound reason, and right,
strong will, I call him an educated
man, and fit to be a teacher. Henry
Van Dyke.
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The Pupkin Dry Goods Co.
W:y SPECIALS
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'MONDAY-
' - ; SkiRTS
itfJipUci dh sale one toi of ' special Values of the
Buckingham Skirts shipped to us by express as special
tve& thtt. ate, ,unapprxacfablei ': The material, make,
fttjfli pfice Mefl1i;mdbhd:;. competition, cA
. te:.;ftqth fff90-! to $1250 of unequaled values
fake care as quantity is limited.
;4;:v ' PETTICOATS
For Monday Afternoon tip to 6 o'clock buy any Pet
iicokt you may need, at prices as follows:
Our Plain and' Form Fitte'r in all colors $4J5
OarSiout" Black Pare Simon Taffeta $5.75
Out "Moneyback" in Black only ttf $7A5
"The sttdngtst line of Taffeta Silk Petticoats toe hate
ekJet showh. I Take care the quantity is limited.
TUESDAY
it'inchsMe:if valtie for - 69c
Atl kije hhe (s 350 yardman accidental pick- up in
Hiu), York-f-now on Hit ytay by express,
k (' u Stejhe. tightness of the weavethe absolute
pute dye"ihe ; lustre cleanliness of . the materials.
Thest goods speak for tbtmstfoes.
: ' FIRST COME FIRST-SERVED.
CpiOUW PearU Pink, Catawba.
Wishtii;Xi6ld Brown, Oxblood, Lavender, Bronx
Green, Royal, Blue.
REMEMBER TUESDAY THE 6th.
PUPKIN' DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Successor to iM. HYMAN.
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(By Charles Henry De Lacey.)
' That April lilRht
Was balmy, bright;
Falrif .love-notes trembled soft an!
and low.
While Luna hlh
Illuniin'd sky,.
Ami far I heard the river flow.
New-budilel beech
Did wiile o'er reach
A ilitve-way winding through the
grove;
And blue grass blade
Robed hill and glade
A carpet soft, by faerie wove.
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From oak-trea tall.
I A changing,, call
The mocking bird of Southern
cllnie.
Veranda . wide. '
With lass beshle,
j I noted not the flight of time.
; Her blue, eye's gleam
What, gt'iess, ray theme?
Soft zephyrs from the fbon west
( Baptized, her hair
Of, gold no fair.
And clUjek and brow, as lover,
. pressed;
Her 'witching smile
(The hours ' beguile;
,Her silvery accents banished care.
, Fair' Dixie maid.
I You cannot fade.
- My heart retains your linage rare.
Yes, hope . was bright
That April nleht:
Hut destined change must ever
come.'
For, be we sad,
' Perchance, or glad,
We bow to Fate and follow dumb!
said "goodbye" ... ;
I To ;geiilar.sky, 1 . :, I'
"i For duty called I could not stay;
Bjiit, oft in dreams, '
fpr spirit seems
r gum. sweet and pure aft-flowers o'
May.
ODD FELLOWS ATTENTION!
Hon. O. E. Alshlve of Chicago will
give a lecture on Woodcraft and Fra
ternalism at Armory hall on Wed
nesday night at 8 o'clock. April 7.
Mr. Alshlve is one of the ablest
Kpeakers in Illinois. It will be a
treat to hear him. Every Odd Fel
low and every citUen are cordially
invited. Free to all.
M. W. A. COMMITTEE. .
...
Whole Race Condemned.
A native ot Annam, Indo-Chlna, sen
tenced In Paris for theft, wrote the
fr Umf.n k. -1 ...
""w",u npuiogy 10 nis employer:
"All Annamitlei, whether emperors,
mandarins, secretaries, literary men,
and ethers, are born thieves. It is a
grave and deadlly , complaint, and
there Is no cure for It . I know people
do not like thieves in France, but It
cannot be helped."
Going Down. 1
The rebalttoiia angela had Just bee a
cast oat ot heaven. la the swift down,
ward . flight Lucifer overtook Beelze
bub. IWhafe troablln you, Bubr
be called. "An old. problem." an
awered the future fonl flehd. between
omersaults "Where are you going
this fall V Philadelphia Hecord.
Idleness.
It Is no more possible for aa idle
man to keep together a certain stock
of knowledge than It Is possible to
keep together a stock of ice exposed
to the meridian sun. Every day de
stroys a fact, a relation, or an Influ
ence; and the only method of pre
serving the hulk and value of the pile
Is by constantly adding to It Sidney
Smith.
Thought of a Philosopher.
When I play with my cat, who
knows whether I do not make her
more sport than she makes me
Montaigne,
Your Wife. ":
Why Is it. when tbere are a lot at
folks present with whom you desire
to make a hit, that she will Insist
npon 'elllDg yon bow yoa stormed and
raged last week when she plastered a
red flannel cloth, soaked In goose
grease, around your neck for your sore
throat, and bw funny you looked In
bi rltb that unspeakable thing oa
you. Philadelphia Telegraph. .
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.: F&f Copyright 1909 y..vt ;
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You'll like to buy here for the way we
have of letting yoti choose your own.
Whatever type of garment you prefer, you'll finiHt
here in its best example, Kuppenheiintr made. V
jf you're seeking information, there's no .better place
to come for these styles are authoritative, tfotxl guides, no nutter
where you buy.
No man likes to be limited in choice to this or that
Style, and to a shade or two.
That's why the variety we show in the new clothes
made by The Houseof . Kuppenheimcr is bound to appeal
to you.
Go from one end of our stock to the other; you'll find
fresh suggestions every minute; and all that will puzzle you wnT be
which one of many you like best.k .
The best picking is right now.
After you've found the style that appeals to you, try
it on; satisfy yourself fully. It's our purpose to please you while
you are in our store and alter you've gone.
Flack r May
On Commercial Avenue at Eighth Street.
Home Phone 453. Bell Phone 335.
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