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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1909,
Cairo Opera House TONIGHT MOVING PICTURES AND Illustrated Songs 7:15 (o 11:00 p. in. Admission " - 10c Matinee and Night Saturday, April 17th LeCVmptc & FIcsIkt ofllr Mr. Russell Snoad and Miss Eva Sargent in Clarence Hen net t "A Royal Slave" Complete production carried SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS DAY ONLY Matinee 10c and 25c. Night 25-55-50i Scats on .sale Friday at 8:30 a, m. PATHE THEATRE i Eighth Strwt MOVING PICTURES PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY TONIGHT Grand Double Bill BOOTS AND SHOES Manufactured. Repaired. Work neatly and quickly done by - machlneor by tian.t. Hrlnu jour I csaoea nerewnin in neea or repair. A t. iUALMLLLLLH , 60S Commercial Next to Hotel Marlon. K. G. RESTAURANT EDWARD J. MALEY, Manager. 311 Ohio Street. Cairo, 111. Board and Room $1.00 and $1.50 Per Week. Rooms 23 rents and SO cents. Meals 15 cents and 23 cenls. Delicatessen Sale Lvory Saturday Afternoon and Evening Of cake. coifei-rak(?. doughnuts. K.-ilad trts InR. brown and white bread. Special orders taken during the week. Hell plume M. Mm I.-.uUb Wnr.l, 2J7 Tenth SI For Screening and Screen Work of all kinds See Cairo Cabinet Works T. O. WKIJSTER, Prop. SflOO Sycamore St I Ionic phone &V) K JOHN J. 0'S!IEA Is now prepared to do Electric Wiring And Gas Fitting Estimate cheerfully furnished. Tloth phono. 1703 Washington Ave. Roads to Unhappiness. Money and lime sre the heaviest burins of lift-, and the unhappiest (if all mortals are thce who have nioio or either thau t!uy know how to use. Johnson. Act for Oneself. Well is It for u to dr. our own fhlnklne, lifterdn? quietly to the opin ions of others, but. to ut; Mifficiently men nnd women to act always upoa our own convictions Ralph Waldo Trine. " uany TBougnt. "Neatness in moderation Is a virtue, tutt when It is carried to excess it fehows littleness of mind. Good taste rejects nicety; it treats little things as little things, and is cot hurt by Ibein." FencJon. a SOCIAL cAND Wednesday Card Club. The Wednesday Card Club will meet this afternoon at I be home of Mrs. Albert Staohlo of Sixth street. Cairo Orphan Asylum. The directors of the Cairo Orphan Asylum will hold it very inter- stiimr meeting tomorrow afternoon a:. 2::' o'clock. 'Idle Wild" Club. Miss Hannah Cook, of Twemy seventh and Ilolbrook avenue will entertain the Idle Wild club at her home' this evening. Epworth League. The social session of the Kpwoith leaaue which wns to have been held Thursday evnlnK lias been post pined indetiuidy. Alexander Club Dance. The Alexander enn dance which was to have been Thursday niht, April 13, l.as been postponed until Thursday night. April 2'. To Entertain Husbands. The Matron's el"b will ent'Tta n their husbands this evening at the homo of Mrs. P. I. Nassaucr of Twenty-seventh and Washington avenue. Peerless Daneinn Club. The Peerless Dimchiff club gave their rogclar dance last niirht at Sv o boda's hall on Twenty-eighth street The Pittsburg band furnished exe 1 lent music for the occasion. Informal reception. Mrs. K. A. Smith will give a very informal reception Thursday after noon at her home, 2303 Walnut, in honor of Mis. J. J. llussell of Charles ton. Mo., the w iTe cf Ex-Congress'tfan Russell. Choral Club. The Cairo Choral club will have its first rehearsal next Friday night at the Ascalon Idt Hall a'. Eljrhth t,n Commercial avenue at 7: "(o'clock. All members of the club are urped bi be present in order that the nee-s-sary amornt of music may be ordered. Miss Emma Woodward is plani-t for the club. Chanerons. The chaperons were iiiKly onn rtaircd last home of Mr. and Mrs. or 2 Ton Wasiiinston members oveej.t one most eharni nipht at the H. S. Canden avenue. All couple wore present. The guests were Miss l.ei! i ilaMn?s and Mr. John S. Aisthorp . After the Raines were played v i y delicious refie.-hments were served. Matron's Card Club. The Ma'ron's Card club was very charmingly entertained yesterday afternoon nt 'he residence of Mis W. H. Sutherland. The afternoon u' ieh was spe.it in playing "Five Hut lied" was thoroughly enjoyed, aft'r which a delicious two course luncheon was served. The guests of the club were M-'S- dames Walter Wood. (!erj. T. Carnes, Albeit Lewis, Davi Itr.si n, Iy i;h Wyinan. NOT ONLY THE INDIGESTION BUT ALL STOMACH DISTRESS VANISHES There would not be a case of Indi I g. stion here if readers who are sub-' j ct to Stomach trouble knew thei ttemendous digestive virtue on-j tallied in Piaiiepsin. -This har.id -s ; preparation will liigist a heavy mi nl j without the slightest fuss rr discoin-1 fort, and relieve th- sourcst. RCl stomach in five minutes, besides ovr eeming all foul. Nauseous odors tr in the breath. Ask your pharmacist to show ett ! the formula plainly printed on ca-hj ." -fen': ca-" of I'ape's Diapepstn.j thei yen T id readily understan i by this iro;np:!y rrres tnligestion icid j removes sivh sy:iiptou.8 as Hoirt-: burr a fefding like a lump"" of h id in the Fto:na h. P.elching of (!as and j Eruc ations cf undicested food, water! brash, Nausea. Headache, tiliousness ovinsf F"OF3 TO NIGHT TWO BIG FEATURE REELS 4 Honest Love Triumphs, toned; Motor Boat Race From Paris to Hie Sea 1908, big feature; Small Seller of Figues, toned; Loved in a Kneading Trough, comedy. SONG"Dreaming" Sung by Edward J. Allen. v PERSONAL PERSONAL MENTION. S. Hart nan, of Nashville, Ttnn., is here on business. Ed Keefe left, yesterday for Clin ton to transact business. Miss Florence linstol is ill a' her heme 1JU Walnut street. Dr. MeChilu of Annist'Wi, Mo., was here on business yesterday. Miss Zelnia Edwards of Wickliffe, was here visiting yesterday. Miss Anna Pothioek of '.Viekliffe. was here yesterday shopping. J. S. Ais horpe spent Easter Sun day in Chici;-ro with his family. Mrs. Etiey Coffee of Wickliffe, spent the day in Cairo yesterday. Frank C. Cannon and brotli-r left lor Chicago last night on business. Mrs. Davlison of Grand C'.iai;i, wis in the city shopping yesterd.iy. Hon. Heed (Ireen returned yester d.iy from a business trip to St. lou!s. Mrs. James Hen tutt, of Fourth siieet is in St. Louis visiting her sen. ! Mrs. E. G. Keith has returned from a visit wtih relatives in Evais ville. Ind. Eugene life, of St. Louis is tbe gin st of Mr. and Mrs. J. El: on- 0f M" Tenth street. Miss noitdhill cf Charleston, was here yesterday en route to St. Louis for a brief visit. Mrs. Will Crain of Mounds, and Mrs. Kolley of Pulasik, were Cairo visitors yesterday. Mrs. II. X. Henckell who is ill at the Infirmary was somewhat im proved yesterday. Mon. Mil s F. Gilb-it returned yes t onlay from Chicago where he has been on busiiuss. Frank Salinger of New York, !s here on business for the Salinger Pros., of New York. T. I). Win. hum of Seventh streo is ill at Jackson. Tcnn.. where his U; has gone to attend hi n. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wall of Ninth street, have returned from a visit to the hitter's sis er in St. Iouis. Pen F. Echols of DuQuoln, ill., who hai been visiting Ms sister, Mrs. If. A. Ilannon. has returned home. Mrs. E. Tiiliingsle; and Mrs. Mac-, cie.flHiint both of Crand h a i ll were in the city shopping yesterday. Mrs. Clias Mun-il and children who have been visiting Mrs. C. II. Prackett and many other bad symptoms: and. hi sides yen w ill not nee, I laxativts to kep your stomach and intestines clem and fresh. If yeur stomach T. sour or your teed doesn't digest, and your meals don't tempt ou, why not cef a r0. cert wt today front your druggist and piake life wor h Ii i.ig? Absolt te r? lief fiorn Stomach misery and per ttet digestion of auj tiling vou eat is -ere to follow the minutts after, and, besides, one case is of'cli suffi cient to cure a whoh; family of stn h troubles. I?,,.. ! .. .. i: i. i....-.. t. in I . . I hi iiti I in' A' il-l r j preparation like Da'Mpsin. which will! a'wa?. either at .Tavtimo or during night, relieve your Kiiitm-h mi fry nnI digest your teeals. is atwur as haiidv and vabtablo a thing Jou c: uld havf in the houic. I Picture returned to their home in Murphjs boro yesterday. Miss Ila Rose of Paducah, is visit Inn friends in this city. Mrs. Edgar West of Paducah. was here yesterday visiting friends. C. P. Starkweather nigh tick t agent at the I. C. depot is visiting friends in Cobden. J. .1. Harper, trainmaster of Hie M. & O., and wife, of Murphysbcro, were here yes'erday on business. r Christina Etz, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Etz of 223 Nineteenth street, remains qeit ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Crh; Cate ,of Milburn. Ky.. is here isitiug .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Ii. C.rten of 11;; Eighth street. Miss Ada Lewis, of Alto Pass. Ill , who has been visiting Miss Catle rin Wing, of Center street, returned to her home yesterday. Miss Etta Ryan who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Frank Habe er of Soven h street, , returned to her home In St. Louis yesterday. Hen. and Mrs. .1. .1. Russell. of Charleston, Mo., wiil be the gu sts 'if Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith of 2'n3 Walnut street, Thursday and Fr.dav. Walter Pi-(-ories r: turned yester day from Joppa. H mother, Mr. Phi! f'retorius and little sister. Miss .leannette accompanied him and will be here for a brief visit. W. T. Thelan. of Utic.i, N. Y., who has been visiting T. W. Gnniion for several days, went to St. Ioni last night, accompanied by Mr. Gan non on a business trip. Dr. Flint Ponduraiir who was called home by the serious illness of his sis ter. Mrs. 11. N. Henckell, return d last night to Evanston to resutn-f l is studies at the Northwestern Univer sity. Prof. Parry Gilbert of the I'nlvi r sity of Illinois who spent Easter with his father Hon. W. H. Gilbert at his heme "Greemvay" mi Twenty-eighth an Washington avenue, returned to I'rbuna Monday. CITY NEWS L BRIEF Fire Yesterday. Fire about 11 o'clock )-(sterda morning slightly ilamageil a negro lunch stand at KMT fVninierciii! ave t 'ie. Fire company No. 2 respondei and the (ire was ex'ingulshed with buckets of water. Condition Serious. The c 'tidition of Harry King the man who was shot Sunday by Harry Mindman is now at its crisis. IP? I; still confined at the Infirmary aivl .yestenl;iy no one was allowed to speak with him. Cody Shipped for Bjrial. The remains of Mrs. Clara Emerieh who died M niday motnnilng were tak en to fJrayvilU-. m., on the Pig Four at ; o'clock 'his morning for burial. The de( eased'a father arrived hte yestt play from peardstow n. Yenimen Skidoo. Marshnl Wilson of Tamms, who whs in Cairo y Mcnlay o t business stated ihat the bunch of yegemen who made Tain ns their headquarters for a while have 1 ft. He said after (tie of their members was killed Dr. Duncan they scattered in hurry. Friday at Ooera House. The motion pictures with program between, Friday afternoon at the op era house will be in charge cf tin I t 'ies of the christian church, an I will be for tie benefit of the buiidtn'; ; tine m Sotlie wiil of Cairo's best musio! e part in the cinertai:. Varying Size cf Rain Drops, Com itiuient sciintisls who hav f.een mc-sut :ti thrm say rain drops vary in si.e f: cm t!; merest speck of water to two inches jo diameter. Fiwra 111 I COMMERCIAL CLUB BANQUET THE BIG EVENT IN CAIRO THIS WEEK. Governor Will Arrive at 6:30 Thurs day Evening Will Go to Anna Friday Morning. The big event in Cairo this wee!;, aside from the Trades and M:inufac-turc-is' Exposition, will be the Com mercial Club bumpiet Thursday nigh at which Gov. Deneeu will he th! guest of honor. The governor will ai- live here at i; ::. Thur.-day ee:ii::;;, and will be met by a committee of the Club, headed by pr sident Smith. The governor's late arrival will pre vent his iM'iir; at the Exposition a. hadMjoon tila -ned. The governor will 'remain in Cairo Thursday night an 1 will go t) Anna Friday, to be t';.j guest of honor at the dedication e ne Imoiiy for the new asylum building. It is expected that the governor will be accompanied from Cairo by a I largo delegation of citi.ers. Tne Commercial club banquet will he held at Armory hall and will lie a gram! affair with 2 rt or more guests. Addi'es--es will be made by some of our leading citizens. L PASSED ORDINANCE GIVING RIGHT-OF-WAY ON SECOND STREET TO TRACTION CO ROUTINE BUSINESS. The last meeting of tl it y coun cil as now constituted was held last night. At the next meeting of the city's legislative body there will be at least one change, Alderman Pour gois having declined to make the rac. t in tiie Fourth ward because of pocr health. All other ot t going members are can lidates for re-election. It was after ! o'clock before the meeting could be called, lo order be cause the committees had failed to act. on the claims. There were present His Honor Mayor Parsons, and Alder man Koehh-r, Magner, Fer-juson. Ci-ir-man, Hourgois, Scuilin, Kelly Thjjdle wood, Nellis, Davis, Meelian. Contractor W. T. P!and was grant ed :;o days extension of time to complete the new lire station at Thirty-first and Sycamore streets. Claims and accounts were allowed. excepting that of (ieorge. H. Pendle 'ton amounting lo for splicing rope tut pumps, which was laid over .the j conimlitort liaving failed to recom mend pi'.Wlient. j petition of Angus Iek for permis sion to remove house from lot 0. block .".J, to lot 7 block 22, city, a referod lo street commit tee. Petition cf P. C. Marable for trans fer of diam shop license to .1. B Shiras, and petition of A. T. Akin for new license were approved. Plumbers bond of Gey E. Summer well was approve.!. Ordinances granting right of-way to Cairo Electric and Traction Co., and 'n Cairo & St. Ixmis Railway Co., on Second street, weie adopted. 1'cti'i'in of S. Hariman for license to conduct mail-order liquor house at 1"0", Washington avenue, was grant til, council taking recess of five min utes to act on same. advertiser becausw it cirruiatai amon Subscribe for The Bulletin. Weak W omen 1 tlmu'il heed ftc.h w an-.i'-.s a heart ache, re;vru.Mics, t':itk;:the, de j tv'v ,Tiil v.ji-ness at (1 fjrt'Jy the svstc.ri vi:h thj aid cf I l ib ii CT'ST'rfc'-re. la bvic 13c, ui 23c I EXIT TO NIGHT ONLY A TRIP TO NIAGARA FALLS Stopping al all points of interest, each one fully ex plained and illustrated by 75 beautifully illustrated views. Mr. I. Lanniag, who has lived at the Falls lor a number of years, will personally conduct the excursion. This in cludes at trip on the "Maid of the Mist" and to "Cave of Winds" stopping at the Whirlpool, Niagara Glen, Queenston Heights and Suspension Bridge; also a trip around the Great Gorge, covering 14 miles, stopping at Devil's Hole and Giant Rock; PROGRAM LASTS NEARLY TWO HOURS. SPECIAL Will also show, for the first lime In any theater, a picture ot the American Fall as seen on Feb. 14, 15, 16, 1909, when the Ice and wind caused the wonderful cataract to become dry. This alone is worth double the price of the admission. WASH DAY BARGAIN. APPLYING TO FAMILY BUNDLES ONLY. FL4T WORK 25 PIECES FOR 25 CENTS. Save the muss and trouble of Wash Day, and send your Bed and Table Linen, Towels, and etc , to us- Washed and Ironed 25pieces for 25 cents. Better than you can do it at home. HIGH GRADE SHIRT AND COLLAR WORK. AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY. F. F. PAUL, 208 Eighth Street, lor I fWIJBl MAW. JUST ARRIVED! A CAR LOAD OF CLARK JEWEL GAS STOVES AND RANGES We will have one ol each design on display at the Trade's Exposition, Glynn Building, beginning April 12th. We have secured the services ol a first-class cook to demonstrate the pleasure and economy ol cooking on a Clark Jewel Gas Stove. We will also have a lull line on display al our office 800 Washington Ave. We cordially invite the public to call al either place and look over our excellent line of Gas Stoves. Why not avail yoursel! ol the opportunity and secure one of these beautiful Gas Stoves be fore the hot weather sets in. Remember our terms are so reasonable that any one could and should own a Clark Jewel Gas Stove. We have reduced the rate on gas to $1.25 (net) per 1000 cubic leet, therefore, it is within the reach ol all. Don't wait, now is the time. Our commercial agent will be pleased to explain the different features and pleasure derived from cooking on a Clark Jewel Gas Stove or Range. For further information please call onr Commercial Department, Home Phone 116, Bell 110. Yours very fruly, CAIRO CITY GAS CO. M raw Prospect That it Will Pasa lllirou Legtalature Committee in Springfield Today. V"i.I wn receive.! cstri.iy !;. May. r 1 . r.-' i s f :n i r II. V;i- n. ccrcf!' loib-r of tbe ci'y f Chicn atel bo is chairman of tb" cem ;. Jt tee of tutors of the s;ate which i ns been cr.Hu-ite.l with tbe t-o-ca'le 1 'Mayor's Bmd Lit II." that the HU r e , ; ( ( : ( ( - nianagera Both Phones For Half a Century Wood's Fever Tills have been known an the only sure cure for t'hlll S and Kevt r and all Itllloua and Malarial ilrue. At a Vuod 1'urltlpr and In building up a run down iystem they have no equal. bale by an Local unionists. ) probably v. ill pass tbe perioral assem bly. Mr. Wilson b hired .that Mayi ; Parsons come to t'rin?fk-M to.lay to appear with other members of th -committee before the legislature, her the n-. ;yor chuM not n. Tl.e Mayor's Pond Mil projKises to raise the litei taiion for nmric-ipni bond issue, an i ill r iieve iiies whe re some speci. ! inipi t.' r :;i nts are desired. Wsste of Gcod onpy. Think of a dinner costin? f;3 a idate wiieii a nhoie ran lie fattened Into a 400-pound bojs for less! Chailtston N'e (jmrjr.