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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 May 1915

S. ont UNE H H The Tribune'! Circulation It The Largest In Cape Girardeau. Thm CrlbvM Coren fatfcut Hiiiiuri Like The Dew. A NEWSPAPER THAT PEINTS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRIN T AND PRINTS IT FIRST." AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MAY 14, 1915 VOL. XIV. Number 19 THE W KM DR. SCHUCHERT FLOGS NAETER TO BEAT BAND Music Wizard Criticizes Local Players, is Rebuked Then Whipped. MRS. WILLIAM J. HARRIS KNIGHTS PICK MARYVILLE FOR 1916 MEETING DRIVER OF SUFFRAGE AUTOMOBILE TALY AT DEC TO ALL - rfn t vli TO GO IBS AID DIVES THROUGH FOES LEGS AND ESCAPES Dentist Lands Stiff Punch and Opponent Runs in Theatre and Hides. Dr. C. E. Schuehert, leader of the Schuehert Band, last night chastised Harry Naeter, music critic, beau brummel and baseball scorer. The fight took" place in front of the Black garage on Broadway, but the participants moved eastward until Mr. Naeter noticed that the door of the Park Theater was open, and delved in. According to eye-witnesses, there was...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 May 1915

TgE WEEKLY TRIBUTE ANITCAPE COUNTY HERALD; FRIDAY, "MA Y" 14; MIS"'"- THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ' ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THE SINKING OF THE LUSITANIA. The destruction of the Lusitania yesterday by a German submarine, causing the death of more than one thousand Americans, is a catastrophe which will be long remembered in this country, but it is not likely to pre cipitate" this country into war. The blowing up of the Maine was the signal for hostilities between "the United States and Spain, and while the loss of American life by the sinking cf the Lusitania makes the outrage of the Spaniards pale into insignificance, the circumstances of the two disasters are by no means the same. The Lusitania was an English vessel, flying the British flag and carrying munitions of war to Great Britain. The Americans who went down with the thip boarded it at their own risk and after the...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 May 1915

s ONLY 645 SAVED, AMERICANS DEAD 115, SAYS COUNSUL ill Total Lost May Reach 1,500 Frohman's Body Found in Pile of Victims Washed Ashore R e s -cued Tell Thrilling Experiences Wilson Grieves Senator Stone Asks Public to Be Calm. London, May 8 The number of lives lost when Ihe Lusitania went down still remains in doubt. The estimates given out tonight range from 1,236 to 1,300, and of the dead 113 were Americans. The bodies of Charles Frohman, the New York theatrical manager, Dr. F. S. Pearson of New York, and Charles Plamondon of Chicago, have been recovered. Among those officially given up as dead are: Alfred (Iwynne Van derhilt, multimillionaire; Charles Klein, playwright; Justus Miles Forman, playwright; Elbert Hubbard, the well-known humorist and magazine editor, and Mrs. Hubbard. American Consul Frost at Queenstown today reported to the American Embassy that the total number of survivors safely landed was 613. The Cun ard Company, in a r.pvised list of those aboard, stated there...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 May 1915

1 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPff COUNT? HERALD, MAT U, idlS. i i i i . i i i 9afre bacUtoUiclcvVL" a J&anfc tfifli a cJcllar, puis mafecs the azeem Which end of ' Start the SaCttia CITY NEWS IN BRIEF, E A pleasant surprise party was held at the home of Mrs. Thco. IJauer le on Good Hope street Sunday night in celebration of Carl Uauerli's 17th birthday. " Cards were played and refresh ments served. Prizes for the game were won by Miss Mary Kuss, first; Miss Ethel J lingers, second; Joe Sandman, first; Alois Zimmer, second. Those present were: Misses Ethel Jungcrs, Philomcna Kuss, Clothilda Scib, Kosa Wulfers, Cordelia Haas, Mary Gelvin, Eugenia Xenninger, El la Clippard, Mary Kuss, Elma Van deven. Messrs. Joe Selle, Ed Van deven, Elmer Xenninger, John Kuss, Vf'jii. Knaup, Alois Zimmer, Frank Slieppard, Joe Sandman, Henry Hoh- j ler, Sonne Wilson, Ed and Carl Uaucrle. Mrs. John Herbst entertained a number of her friends at cards Satur day afternoon in commemoration of her 42d birthd...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 May 1915

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY fcEKAU), IT.U) Y, MAY 14, 1915. NORMAL TEAM WINS LUSITANIA'S KNOWN LOST 1,250: 2 GAMES FROM W.U. AiiccMCTnww ic a titv nc nr An For Your Baby WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE THE public has a right to something more than perfunctory service from those who supply its telephone needs. ' There is something more to a telephone ser vice than merely placing at the disposal of the public adequate telephone equipment. Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience, under trying conditions on the part pf telephone employes, promote friendly feeling and are essen tial to the best kind of telephoneservice. Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. News From The County Seat Jackson, May 10. J. W. McCombs Sr., who lias been in Hot Springs, Ark. the last few months to recuperate, returned home this reorning. Mrs. Francis Beattic of Decatur. 111. is "here visiting1 her mother-in-law, Mrs. Christine Eeattie. Clarnctt Morton left this afternoon for Jefferson City with G. W. Morley, who...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 14 May 1915

t e D H H NONE UNCLE SAM WILL. GET NIGHT RIDERS District Attorney Notifies Scott County He Will Handle Prisoners. Sheriff Ellis of Scott County has received a letter from U. S. District Attorney Arthur L. Oliver, advising him that the Federal authorities would deal with the men who were arrested in Sikeston a few weeks ago, charged with having sent threatening letters throuph the mail and also planning to burn valuable property belonging to citizens in Sikeston against whom they held grudges. Mr. Oliver stated in his letter that U. S. Marshals would be sent to Ben Ion within a few days to accompany the prisoners to some other jail where they will be placed for safe keeping. The letter did not state where they would be taken, but it is presumed that they will either be brought to this city or taken to St. Louis. Sheriff Kimes of New Madrid Coun ty recently arrested a band of men who were accused of engaging in law less practices, such as sending threat ening letters, and frightening ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 May 1915

Cape Normal SchooL "" Cape Girardeau, Mo. E WEEK TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE'S CIRCULA TION IS THE LARGEST IN THE TRIBUNE COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. : : : "A NEWSPAPE3 THAT PRINTS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT AND PBINTS IT FIRST." CAPE GIRARDEAU. VOL. XIV. AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MAY 21, 1915. NUMBER 20 W REBEKAHS AND ODD FELLOWS TO ADJOURN TODAY James P. Boyd to Head I. O. O. F. and Mrs. Hughes to Be Ladies' Chief. SPECIAL TRAIN WILL TAKE VISITORS HOME Delegates Depart for St. Louis at 3 O'clock This Afternoon Much Work Done. O. P. Gentry of Liberty and Morri son Pritchett of Webb City, were elected trustees of the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. at the Odd Fellows meet ing yesterday. Both the I. O. O.F. and Rebrkahs will adjourn their conven tions here shortly after noon today, in order to get away on a special train which the Frisco will run to St. Louis. The special will leave at 3 o,clock and will make fast time between this city and the metrop...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 May 1915

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1913, THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by V THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PEI PRESIDENT WILSON ON THE NAVY. The following paragraphs were taken from President Wilson address to the navy yesterday: I like to image in my thoughts an ideal. These quiet ships, lying in the river have no suggestion of bluster about them no intimation of aggression. They are commanded by men thoughtful of the duty of citizens as well as the duty of officers men acquainted with the traditions of the great service to which they belong men who know by touch with the people of the United Slates what sort of discretion they ought to exercise, in order to, use those engines of force to prwuote the interests of humanity. "For the interesting and inspiring thing about America is that shiS'asks nothing for herself except what she has a right to ask for humanity itself. We want n...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 May 1915

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1913. 3 When a Business Man Needs Money He Can Turn to His Life Insurance Policy and Quickly Obtain Cash. He has no feeling of obligation as when he barrows from a bank, and his life insurance company is ready and glad to be of service. But- s i Don't mortgage your life insurance policy to buy an automo bile, or to buy anything else. Don't do it unless you know you will go broke without that cash. When you consider borrowing on yonr policy, remember, it isn't YOUR money you are taking. It is your little children mortgaging their bread and butter. It is your wife giving it by doing days' work for some other woman. Even if you do fail in business, your creditors cannot take your life insurance money from you or .from your dear ones. That money is absolutely safe from every business wreck. And you cannot save money in any other way for your .family, if your business goes on the rocks. Think of this when you are in desperate nee...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 May 1915

THE WEEKLT TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTT HERALD, FRIDAY, MAT 21, 1915. OIL LAMP BURNS TRMIITBABYlOlD -I - i WIDOW TO DEATH For Your Baby The Signature of Jdako. iit 3h read foihc tvttotn of lite slot leads also to ih top. yau ca. V fake the down cjraac iftttimit effort, bvi $ov?l haVc to xOcrk 1 i' fracUtotfet Villi a dollar, puis maKc5 thtf asccm W?hieh end of Start ihc 1 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF I Mrs. R. Matthews of McClurc auriv cd in the city yesterday to spend a few days with her husband who is sick at SL Francis' Hospital. Mr. McClurc is an extensive farmer and is also presi dent of the Bank of McClurc. Will Gockel, who has been visiting in St. Louis for the past few days, re turned to his home in this city yester day ffternoon. S. C. Probst and family, who have been away on an automobile excursion, arrived yesterday from St. Louis. F:);-cjnan B. D. Stevens of the local t,l;oe factory returned yesterday after noon from a business trip to St Louis and points further north. The remains of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 May 1915

THE EEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1913. BUTLEE SHERIFF, -MORTALLY SHOT, SLAYS CONVICT WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE THE public has a right to something more than perfunctory service from those who supply its telephone needs. There is something more to a telephone ser vice than merely placing at the disposal of the public adequate telephone equipment. Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience, under trying conditions on the part of 'elephone 1 employes, promote friendly feeling and are essen tial to the best kind of telephone service. Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. BENSON C. HARDfclY REPORTED ENGAGED Young Lawyer to Wed Miss Montgomery in Early Summer Society Hears. According to rumors, which arc crc-atin-r much comment in social circlet-, Benson C. Hardcsty is about to be come a benedict. Mis bride, according to the reports, i.s to bo Miss Montgomery, who form erly was a teacher of .French and La til in the Normal School. She left the local institution two year...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 21 May 1915

BE A NONE' RICHARD C. BERRY IS DEAD OF STROKE Former Railroad Man Had Lived in Cape for More Than Quarter of Century. Richard C. Berry, an old resident and prominent business man of this city, died at his home on North Foun tain street, last night at about 11:30 o'clock. His death was the result of a par alytic attack with which he was strick en on Monday morning at about 11 o'clock. Mr. Berry, up until his fatal ill ness, had Always enjoyed the best of health. On the morning of his col lapse he was engaged in making some repairs about the yard at his home, and when discovered by his wife was lying unconscious where he had fallen. H. was carried into the house and a physician summoned, but all efforts to revive him were unavailing, and he died last night without ever having re gained consciousness. . He was 64 years of age and was born in Bollinger County. He came from Lutesville to this city about 28 years ago and for a long time fwas employed as track foreman and road master on th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 28 May 1915

. r Cape Normal School. ' Cape Girardeau, Mo. TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE'S CIRCULA TION IS THE LARGEST IN CAPE GIRARDEAU. v : THE TRIBUNE COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. : : : A NEWSPAPER THAT PRINTS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S ITT TO PRINT AND PRINTS IT FIRST." VOL. XIV. AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MAY 28, 1915. NUMBER 21 BDE WEEKEK CAPE DRUGGISTS LOSE $1,000 TO A MEDICINE MAN Agent for St. Louis Firm, Who Promised to Exchange Drugs, Vanishes. THEFT CAUSES HOUSE TO GO TO THE WALL Victims Send Alexander to St. Louis to Prosecute Mi ' Called Swindlers. Judge Harry E. Alexander has gone to St. Louis in an effort to locate the officers of the Metropolitan Drug Company, which obtained more than V 000 worth of medicines from Cape Girardeau druggists more than a month ago. W. W. Chipley, who came to this city as the representative of the St. Louis company, promised the drug gists he would send them drugs which were more in demand in exchange for the medicines that he go...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 28 May 1915

. - . THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1915.. . t ... f THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ITALY AS AN OUTLAW. Italy, bound by its sacred honor to support Germany and Austria in their present struggle, enters the war as their foe. It has placed itself before the civilized world in about the same category as the dog that steals into the fold and slays the sheep. Italy, by all of the rules of decency, should have remained neutral so long as it did not respect the agreement it made and signed in time of peace. It was taken in by Germany and Austria as a friend, but it proved a traitor. At an hour when needed most, it sacrificed its honor as a nation, and plunged the stiletto into its friends. For ten months it watched the progress of the war. If Germany and Austria should win, Italy knew it would be compelled to pay for its treason,...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 28 May 1915

.THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1S15. 11 YouCanMakeYourHouseMoreAttractive AVith the Handsome. Babbitt Premiums A TEN-CENT pure lye is paid dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions .in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses If you will write we will send you a" book Absolutely Free telling a hun dred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our -premium catalogue illustrating beau tiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. B. T. BABBITT ' The Great Soap Maker BABBITT'S LYE The Best Home Soap Maker Highest in Strength but not in Vice 0c P. O. Box 1776 New York City THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITTS LYE WASHINGT0N,M0.,T0 COPY CAPE STREETS City Officials Arrive Today to Inspect City and Get Ideas For Their Home The fame of Cape Girardeau for its excellent drives and thoroughfares has become widespread throughout the State, and other towns have expressed a desire to follow the example set by this city in tha...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 28 May 1915

I Stake Hi read Q j&dnfe itfilh a dollar, pute manes rnc accni Which end of Star hc What Reclamation Project Has Done For In rat ly times disputes would arise concerning the relative wetness of St. Francis Basin ami Little River Basin. This was before the organization of levee districts along the Mississippi, when farming in either of these rival j trict, you will meet a few boomers who basins would have proved more at- j believe their 11,000 acres of reclaimed tractive to mermen than to ordinary j bottoms are supreme in fertility. It bipod mortals. Mark Twain has , js certainly a picture land of produc graphically described the tremendous j tivity up there, and there, are 30,000 achievement of the river in shortening j acres more in the West Quincy Bot its route to the Gulf, how it would j toms on the way to security from over scramble up counties and State boun- j ow. The South River District com- darics overnight, leaving Jones' river plantation way back in the swamp and brin...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 28 May 1915

THE Wfttr TRIfiUNfe AffD CAPE COUNt? HERALD, t RlfUY, MAY 28, 1915." Rooster Ready To Be Stewed Dies Of Fatty Degeneration Of Heart. Foir Your Baby fohn Herbst Finds Bird in Faint, But it Passes Away Before Be Can Find Borse Doctor. The Signature of tr Via. ' 'I WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE THE public has a right to something more than perfunctory service from those who supply its telephone needs. There is something more to a telephone ser vice than merely placing at the disposal of the public adequate telephone equipment. Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience, under trying conditions on the part of telephone employes, promote friendly feeling and arc essen tial to the best kind of telephone service. - Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. PRETTY HAT TAKEN BY CHAFFEE LASSIE Myrtle Foley Likes Spring Head gear and Steals Lid, But Returns it. Myrtle Foley, a young woman whose home- is in Smcltervillo, a southern suburb of this city, was taken into cus tody yesterday afternoon by Officer C...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 28 May 1915

NONE MANIAC ODTWINDS CROWD OF PURSUERS Dressed in Furs He Races Through West End, But Policeman Gets Him. A. C. Bright slipped away from his home on South Hanover street last evening, while mentally deranged and for several hours evaded his pursuers who followed him through dark alleys, over lawns and across garden tracts and private premises, in an effort to overtake him. He appeared to be possessed of ab normal powers of endurance, and re gardless of the fact that he was wear ing hip boots, and was clad in a heavy winter overcoat, securely buttoned with the collar turned up around his oars and a fur cap with the flaps down, his pursuers dropped out of the chas 3 one after another, until finally they all abandoned the hunt and re turned to their homes. He continued then to wander over the western section of the city, until Officer John Groce slipped upon him and took him into custody. The capture was made near the cor ner of Williams and Ellis streets, and the prisoner was complete...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 4 June 1915

Cape Normal School Cape Girardeau, Ho." n w: X TRIBUN H H. H h THE TRIBUNE'S CIRCULA TION IS THE LARGEST IN CAPE GIRARDEAU. : THE TRIBUNE COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. : : : A NEWSPAPE2 THAT PKINTS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S ITT TO PBIN T AND PRINTS IT FIRST." VOL. XIV. AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JUNE 4, 1915. NUMBER 22 MEN -IN BOATS SPEAR FISH IN FLOODED FIELDS Twenty Pounders Are Shot and Clubbed in Lowlands South of City. RIVER EXPECTED TO REACH CREST TODAY Missouri Beginning to Fall and End of the Flood is Soon Due. The river left its banks and extend ed over a large area of pasture land below the city yesterday. Fish, at tempting to get out of the current, swam into the back water in schools, attracting scores to the scene. Small boats, rafts and even single logs were used by men to tow them selvps out into the water, where they gigged, shot and clubbed fish. The fins of the fish extended above the shallow water and they fell easy prey to the armed...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 4 June 1915

THE WEEKLY TKIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1913. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD . . . Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY, JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER THE GERMAN-AMERICAN SITUATION. What is to be the result of the exchange of notes between the United States and Germany, can only be conjectured, but there is one thing certain and that is that no people can be assured of peace if they think war and talk war arjd are continually told that war is inevitable. This is no time to indulge in heated discussions of war, either between newspapers or individuals. Germany certainly does not want further oppo sition, and it would not be beneficial to the United States to become em broiled in war, even though it did not send a single soldier across the water. There is no force more effective for peace or war than the newspapers, and it is to be sincerely regretted that the metropolitan journals of both the United States and Germa...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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