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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, IHUESDA7, AUGltl 21, 1913.
GEM THEATRE Thursday, Friday and Saturday Sam TERRELL and WEST-Della ' Siiging and Dancing VERA BELMONT 3 Character THE GREAT WESTIN'S Impersonation of Great Men, Past .and Present and the Only Impersonator or the Lite Queen Victoria PICTURES CHANGED DAILY 'The Widow'i Kids." (Biograph Comedy.) - - r- ' 'Qjl-.thfiad.JSitairway.'' (Edison JDrama.) .... "The story The Desert Tola. ' Matinee Daily 2:15 i Admission: Adnlls 15c. Off the Kitty League Standing. t . ' 1'. V. L. PCt. Iartucali .'. . .100 62 38 .620 CUrksville' ..' .HH .60 41 .594 Hopkj'nsviye ..100 .r 44 .5GO Henderson . .100 64 46 .540 CAIB0 . . . 101 53 48 .525 Oweosboro .l . .101 52 4 9 .516 HarrisbuTg . .102 36 66 .353 Vinceunos , . .101 30 71 .297 Results of Wednesday. ' Owensboro 3, Cairo 4. i E'aducah 0, Henderson 6. Harrisburg 0-0, Hopkinsville 9-3. ; Vincennes 5, Clarksville 8. Where They Play Today. Cairo'a Owensboro. Clarksville at Vincennes. Harrisburg at Hopkinsville. Paducah at Henderson. Owensboro, K, Aug. 20. (Spec ial,). Center Keineys cha-gps went down to defeat before the Catro ag KregaHou this . afternoon though Ipey were, helped by twelve walks rom Henriee on the mound for Cairo.',' i; Henriee ' was so wild that though he allowed hut two hits Manager Kessling was forced to remove him in the sixth to make place for Bakey who was Invincible, allowing only two .more bingles and no con siderate, number of walks. x The fame was the slowest played We this season. Twice withone out and the bases filled through the courtesy of Mr. Hendee the Owens boro stars hit into double plays re- tiring-the sides. Jones was banish ed by I'mpire Spencer for crabbing. .Baker "will probably be pitted against White tomorroww. '. Scout Armour of the Milwaukee teeht was a witness of the game but failed to he Impressed with the playing of either team. The score: Cairo . . R H E 4 8 1 Qwensboro ... 3 Batteries Hendee, Baker 4 3 and Smith; Xeeley and Harrison, Web ber. OVER THE CIRCUIT. At Henderson. ' r h) E Paducah 0 3 3 Henderson 6 10 4 Batteries Dooley and Johnson; Leach and Cassell. At Hopkinsville. First game. R HE Harrisburg 0 2 4 Hopkinsville ..'. . ,....,9 9 Batteries Wright. StJelle and Wheeler; Mc"A"rtWit?' ahS ICaftfofr? When in Cair Get BEN F. BICKETT'S RESTAURANT Also Regular Meals Served at Popular Prices 613 co mmihi ayeiwe; nur seventh street Ft :fi&Z.touQMtimM,, in dft-jOar.iersica 4. excellent. Short Order a Specialty. Fish aad 5me in Season. Onen Dav and Nieht rinatT class bar in oonncotion Comedienne (sanay western urama.j Night Shows I-'l oo Children -tSS. IV . i . BASE BALL AND OTHER SFOST3 Bit By JEAN SCOOP Second game. RUE Harrisburg ...... 0 1 2 Hopkinsville 3 6 2 Batteries Irvin and Wheeler; McArthur and Kalkoff. At Vincennes, R H E Clarksville 8 13 2 Vincennes 5 11 3 Batteries Humphreys and Jolly; Sisson and Harris. American League. First game. St. Louis j 21 New York , ., . . . . Jl Second game. St. Louis 7 New York 0 Chicago 1 Boston , 0 PhilHdelpMa , , 5 Dei rait 2 Nationa1 League. Brooklyn s St. Louis 0 Cincinnati 4 Boston , . 1 Philadelphia 3 Chicago .. 1 Pittsburg . 4 New York l Mf t t . : THEBES ? itwiwwwnwirfiwif' Mrs. A. J. Hines and son, Man ford, of St. Louis, have been spend ing a couple of weks with her mother Mrs. Lucinda Koehler. After a short visit to her brother Anthony Cella, of Cairo, she will return here to visit her mother be fore returning to her home. Miss Jennie Warwick has return ed ' to Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. C. A. Marchildon is visiting relatives in St. Louis this week. Thomas Aldridge has moved from Cape Girardeau to our town. Mrs. Cecil Garner spent Monday lit n'iri. Prof. A. D. Twente has moved to Carbondale. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Webb, of V.V.u.vka, ok!a., and Mrs. Peter Majhand of Tunnel Hill are visiting Mrs. Joseph Smith this week. Mrs. Boles visited relatives at C-esl Springs Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Campbell spent Tuesday in Missouri. , Tf'hrV'-geitnian has returned Your Lunches at from Cypress. Mra. C. A. Marchildon and her sister, Miss Jennie Warwick visited relatives at McClure Tuesday. " Mrs. Roy Foreman and daugh ter, Reta, are visiting relatives at St. Louis this week. A. H. Clark has moved back to it, Genevieve, Mo. Harry Hileman has moved to the Garner farm north of Thebes. i ' Easy to Tell What He Thought. Little Jerome, aged five, heard his mother read from the beauty column of the paper that eating raw carrots would make one beautiful. A short time ago he was called into the room to view his baby sister for the first time. His mother asked hinrwbat he thought of her. Taking a good look at her. he answered In a disgusted tone, "Ltt's give her a carrot." Chi cago Tribune. ... Bound to Have Some Kick. "Don't you want to see the world a place of complete peace and har mony?" "No," replied Mr. Growcher. "Just as soon as you get the world peaceful and harmonious a lot of peo ple will arise and kirk because com petition has been eliminated." Rather Risky. The man who always closes his eyes to the unsightly things in 'ife is apt to slip up on a banan-. peel. At The Kimmel. The -Kimmel theater inaugurates with matinee this afternon a splen did and specially selected vaudeville program to close the present week, the offering consisting of three acts and four reels of pictures. The Tawmsens are a duo of Ha waiian instrumentalists presenting native and popular melodies. Those who have been fortunate enough to have heard the native Hawaiian in instrumental and vocal effusions have reason to remember with great pleasure their experience. Barrett and Earl in "The Whist ler and the Mechanical Doll" have no doubt secured an excellent ve hicle for a proper display of their well known ability as vaudevillians. This couple carries a complete and elaborate set of special drop scen ery and set pieces which enhances the value of their offering. Joe Kennedy is a rller skater and monlogist, and will undiubtedly please those who are admirers of nedy enjoys an enviable reputation over the Interstate circuit as an ex cellent attraction. In addition to two good standard reels of pictures Manager Kimmel presents a two part Thanhonser production, "The Missing Witness" in which are featured Miss Flor ence LaBadie and William Kussel! strongly endorsed by the lovers of the silent drama as two of the best in their line. At The Gem. The Great Weston, impersonator of famous characters, both past and present H to top the vaudeville at the Gem beginning today and con tinuing the rest of the week. He mimics great personages of many years ago as well a those of life. He is assisted by his wife. They have sjSeiinl scenery for their act. Verna Belmont is a character cemedienne of much renown. Judg ing from her photos Verna is some chicken and her press notices give her a big send off. She is said to possess a handsome wardrobe that adds much to her presentation. Farrel and West ore singers and dancers of ability and testimonials from other houses, principally on the big circuits speak high of hem. They are a young. couple, possessing good looks and stylish clothes and their act is full of dash and vim. DEEDS, NOT WORDS. Cairo People Have Absolute Ttoof of Deeds at Home. It's not words but deeds that prove true merit. The deeds of Doan's Kidney Pills. For the Cairo kidney sufferers. Have made their local reputation. Proof lies in the testimony of I W. P. Gibson, 41fi Eleventh St., Cairo, 11., says: "This is the third t time I have publicly recommended ! (Doan's Kidney puis and I am al ways glad to speak in their praise. (About ten years ago, I first took Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Paul (1. Schnh ft Son's rirusr store, and they completely relieved me ot a severe attack of kidney trouble. There has been no sign of the com plaint since. 1 have recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to many people and have yet to hear of a case where (they did not live up to represent-1 Hons." : . For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New Irk, Sole agents for the Unit ed States. ivemember the name Doan's and take no other. lit it MM HENRY HOWLAND Krm Sh smiled at mt, tl.e summer sky was fair. And busy pertpl hurrW-d hre and thi-re; The burnlln which hail fallen at her feet I picked up gallantly, there In the. street. And gave It to her with a courtly air. Tt was not much to do, I am aware; W ne'er had chanced to meet before, and ne'er Again by chance or otherwise may meet; g She smiled at me. Bhe knew naught of-the Ills "Shad to bear, Nor of the triumphs which I hoped to share! If she had been, say, twenty-four and sweet, I might have said "things she would still repeat. But she was not, ami s I didn't care; She smiled at me. MERE OPINION. Some men claim that) it Is Just as noble to get rich by spending less as by earning more, but it Is generally pretty hard for them to) make their wives believe it. There are people In this world who insist on thinking that the self-mada man who has the gout Is merely try ing to show off. It has come to pass that penple r not awed by man merely because he has a safe in his office. The author of 20 historical novele may not know enough to fill a book. Not all eyea are the mirror of souls. Some are merely the red win dows that Indicate the presence of Vice. Somehow a man always has a lin gering doubt or two when a woman says, "I want you to understand that I am a lady!" Disgusting Inqulsltlveness. "How long did you hold publio of fice?" "Four years." "And your salary, I believe, wm $4,000 a year?" "Yes." "I can't figure out how you went in with nothing, and retired with $100, 000." . "It's queer how many people are bothering over that matter Just as you are. I can't understand why It is that men waste so much time trying to figure on things that are none of their business. Sometimes I am so disgusted with my fellow citizens be cause of their Inquisitive ways that I am almost tempted to go far from here and never come back again." Thoughtful. "Ponsonby is one of the most thoughtful men 1 ever knew. He never leaps before he looks. When he was married he bad both a carriage and an ambulance waiting at the door." "Why did he have the ambulance?" ' "Both he and his bride were very popular, and there was, of course, no telling what their loving friends might do to them." Lonely Father. Mother hns gone to the mountains, Slater has gone to the sea; Father works on In the office For mother and sister and tne. I'm to stay sit weeks at grandpa's. Far from the town and the noise; Here I have oceans of pressure With 'Uncle John's two little boys. tt night I heard grandpa complaining. He said with a pitiful sigh That he couldn't help envying father; Since then I've been wondering why. They Left Nothing. "And what." asked the bereaved lady, "were my husband's last words?" "He didn't say anny lasht wurrudo, ma'am," replied Pat. "Afther the doc tors got through wid him on the oper atln' table he hadn't aven a wurrud left in him, poor soul." Argument. Many a lawyer who puts up a good argument in court falls to be convinc ing at home. -. .. ..... Professor Lewis of Tufts' college aug gests cataloguing the 10.000,000 meh mo .o - vi. ituuiu ne include Ian th larva niimV.. . . also the popu- TRAGEDY OF $5 BILL CARELESS HABIT LEFT GIRL A WIDE TRAIL OF WOE. And Worst of All In the Long List la the 8eemlngly Irreparable Break j With Howard, Who Was Nat- j urally Offended. j "I'm In a terrible trouble wailed tha top floor girl, according fo the New York Times. 'T don't know what I shall ever do about it." j "What'a happened?" asked her sym pathetic friend. j "Everything. It's all about Howard, and oh, dear, It's awful! You see, I discovered the other day that I had lost $5. It had been handed me when I was at my writing desk, and in-; stead of at once putting it away in a safe place I stuck it into an envelope and left it there. Later I wroto sev eral letters and when I again remem bered the $5 bill it was gone. "My natural supposition was that I had sent it away in one of the let ter I had just written. All those let ters, except one, were business let ters. The exception waa to Howard Strong. , I Immediately wrote to every one of my correspondents and ex plained what I had done and asked them to examine the envelope for a trace- of the 5. Howard Strong is the only one that has replied, bo far; he sent roe the $5. Fortunately, he said, be had not destroyed the envelope and there, tucked away in one corner, he found the $0 bill. "Naturally I felt pretty good over that outcome of my mistake, but the next morning, when the second chap ter began to unroll, I dtdnt feel quite so comfortable. I fonnd then, in the top envelope of a bunch that I bad previously overlooked that $5 bill. "It's no way for anybody to try to imagine how I felt then, for It can not be done. I spent fully two hours puwllng over Howard's motive in Bending me the money. Finally, I came to the conclusion that he mnst have construed the letter as an ingen ious way of asking for a loan, and he had forthwith responded in the same roundabout fashion. I wrote Howard a Btinglng rebuke. I claimed that by putting such a construction on my let ter he bad insulted me. I returned the W. "About two hours after I bad mailed that letter chapter No. 3 began. Ellen FariBB and I use that writing desk in partnership. It was Ellen'a turn at the desk. The first thing I knew ehe was upsetting things in general, look ing for a particular envelope. " 'What kind of an envelop waa it?' I asked. " 'One of those plain ones,' Bhe said. It was right on top of this bunch. I stuck a ?5 bill Into It yesterday "At that point in Ellen's explanation I collapsed. It was her money that I had returned to Howard, and I bad to take the last $5 bill I had in the world to settle with her. I haven't heard from Howard, and I have not the courage to write again. I eald in my last letter that all was over be tween us, and, apparently, it Is." Public Meat Roaster. In many of the well travenred Streets of upper New York city there are being established cook shops of the French kind. The business Is not only one of suplylng hot roasted moats to customers in the little restaurant that is a part of the shop's plant, but also Of roasting meats for persons in 1 the neighborhood Who may have a de Sire to eat meat cooked in the best, as it is ono'of the oldest, wayB known to man on a revolving "Jack" before an open fire. It Is no place fona hun gry man to Btand before the plate glass window of tbe "roast ahop." The windows disclose a tall grill made in the foreign fashion of blue and white tllcw, in which a bright, bard coal Are burns all day long. In front of tbte grill is arranged a "Jack" with two arms, consisting of long steel Bkevrero that are pierced through tbe meat and by a mechanical arrangement tbe "jack" is kept constantly revolving until the meats on it are thoroughly done. It is a most apprizing- eight to see the "Jacks" laden with chick ens bnd meats, and it tempts one to go in and have a slice which may be had for 15 cents. Tbe sign also makea It clear that meats furnished by pa trons will be roasted for fire cents a pound. Followed S Good Example. Ex-President Porflrio Diaz gafaeif national prominence and won bis. spurs at the battle of Puobla, where the Liberal forces made a gallant but Ineffectual stand against the French who had invaded Mexico for the pur pose of erecting a throne for Maxi milian. Notwithstanding the fact that the Mexican forces were defoatwd. their defense against superior num bers was so gallant that the anuJvr eary of the battle of tbe fifth of May became a national holiday in Mexico. A brusque American once asked tlx president: "Why do you Mexican celebrate s defeat, when you know that the French finally took Puebla? President Dial, wftJi a twinkle In bis eye. replied; "Perhaps we have Imi tated the Americans even to tbe ex tent of celebrating our defeats, for X have been told that the Brttisb de feated tbe Colonists at Banker HTTL, and yet you built a monument $om memorate tbe evont-' " ' i His Business. "The watchmaker ron ed is a regular sycophant "Well, naturally, he's ft er" Dress reform for Turkish women has been vetoed by tbe mffitary com mandant Probably fears that tbs noous wrroia zunasr turkey TPHE KMMEIV J QUALITY SMOWS f i THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY THE TAWMSENS "Hawaiian Instrumentalists" BARRETT & EARL "The Whistler and Tile Mechanical Doll" SPECIAL SCENERY JOE KENNEDY "Roller Skater and Monologist" Two Part Thanhouser Special Today "THE MISSING WITNESS" Featuring Mr. Wm. Russell and Miss Florence La Badie 2Othor Good Pictures 2 ADMISSION ADULTS - - - - 15c CHILDREN over 10 and under 13 years old 10c CHILDREN over 5 and under 10 years old 5c Matinee, 2:30. Night, 7:15 and 8:45 t OUR POLICY is to conduct a dental practice upon business principles. We employ no Btudenta, no dentists of inferior ability, do good, honest dental work at reasonable piices, use the beet material! and employ latest methods. Open evenings and Bundaya. HARRIS DENTISTS, SIS O o rv m Found That Hogs Could Jump. A Geary county (Kan.) farmer built a "hog-tight" fence around his feed lot Just before he received a big ship ment of Arkansas "razorbacks." The next morning the hogs were scattered all over the county. It was found that most of them could clear the fence with a standing jump, although some of them were compelled to make a running jump of it. Uut all of them could jump It. Concerning Eating. Let your hen rt lest meal be at. niRht, or whenever your work for the day Is over. Pruit, toast, soft boHcd eggs and oatmeal make a good breakfast. When the intermission between hours of labor is short no heavy food should be taken into the stomach. Hundreds of persons who eat heartily and return to work almost Immediately afterward have dyspepsia. Happent Frequently. We don't know who puts the puno in punctuation, but we do know a whole lot o punctuation 13 put into punk. Prcmofcs DiesffonJCrtecrfii ncss aim1 Kesf.Conialns nritiw tiputm.Miirphitie nnrjftifial ao-rNAiteoTic. SMPrMr- simtSfn! Vit&ftwtkm: AncrfM Remedy for Cnrcflci lion , Sour Stoiuach.Dlarrhoca Worms .Coiriskjns.Fevf.rislr ncss and Loss of Sleep. racS'uuilc Signature Tue Cektaub COMPASX NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. ft- Si JUii : .' .ex: V ANcgpfalilfiPrcparafionrorAs- similaiingiteFoodandRrijuii 'jy ,m IJic Si0inai aaiBwrf Gold Crowns $4.00 Silver Finings - .50 UoldFiUlngs as low as . 1.59 Phtinam Fillings. . 6.99 Pales (hat III as low as.3.99 nrolal Avanua, Liszt a Dry Smoker. Liszt was a dry smoker of a pecu liar type. Massenet, who knew him well in his later years tells us that Liszt could not play unless he had a cigar In his mouth, which he never troubled to light. He would sit down to the piano with a cigar between hla teeth and keep munching It all the time bo plnyed. When the cigar waa quite eaten up, the Abbe would rise from the instrument exhausted. Don't Take the Lawyers Seriously. A lawyer in a courtroom may call a man a liar, scoundrel, villain or thief, and no one makes complaint when court adjournB. "If a newspaper prints such a reflection on a man's character," says the Hill City New Era, "there is' a libel suit or a dead editor. This may be owing to the fact that the people believe what an editor says." Kansas City Star. Going the Pace. Going through life at sixty miles an hour lands a man at bis destina tion many years sooner if he tratels in an automobile. i, For Ipfants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought t Bears the Signature 0 mr s.atr VJ For Over Thirty Years Tmi ecftT.un , mvm Is alraf - !! Mill