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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

S'A l-'VTl ('? Jil Ifri pi 'P fVt tf tt Km, .i T fre l (! Ri, kill new il ptn ill i ,tj' Vol. XIII Capo Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, Juno 2,1911. No. 30 I VETERANS OF THE WAR AT THE STATE CAPITAL GOVERNOR IIADLEY'S VISIT TO THE CAPE LITTLE RIVER DRAINAGE CASE IS CONTINUED STARS EREAK EVL? V.lTil STAG ATHLETICS VOTES RECOUNTED; I RESULT TO COURT St. Louis. May 29 The final tabulation of the recounted vote of St. Louis and St. Louis county will go this week to the Supreme Court from the Election Board and County authorities. It shows a larger proportionate tote for Judges Brown and Kennish and Supt. Evans than the or iginal official count showed. The only possible way their Demo cratic contestants can further stay in court is by an effort to show that a large persentage of the vote cast in St. Louis was il legal. That cannot be shown, though the Supreme Court Com missioner can, at great expense, examine individual voters to ascertain whether they were qualified to vote. That done it m...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

vscr'$. t. f tr'!. 7 f -t.f ji .... si. ;-t I f. Tr r j.--rt ' f CH PTEH !X. Ccntlrrued. "'"'.':t ui.ifg tie "d -f H?!lE b.T 1-a ti! bo-jKeT" j.rt-tef3 Ho- .4. Tike sse to tie t ..:!..& if I ix-us-t it' i ir.'.o;-t3.t:e to t:t asy I.: ; r i '.' e rt;.'.a l"tt--r.j-i ta l'a'.r.;y. e f t.o tie tAt;t,a t.t;t ta a-rk jcrj ? ;:.r;tJ .')&. Ir,t.'t e i'a- 71! !t ta c-T'T. tad tie i 4 ar. ilc-sjd !er-4. trB5Bf to t:s j.rit.or.eT. tie ;ta!a icr,4 la tfc ;ers tone of ccas- t.r d: 'Cj up:- Howard aid s. fc ordered. H ftOt be mast. Ttere r-s:tt:it list jxrrerfaS tntc'i tor. ol t-atlo.l-; tjr. FoiaUfg to tie c.ier -4 of tie' tab, ti cif'taia .at ox.: 1 . ."Stan 4 over tire ter i ca lock st yoj!" Tie to cn b."w fated aci wier. tie ercaJJ tii'e kae f-;jaratg tbera. Tie po ?rful .lectj.iir ovtr bead c.tt Ira Kj.it f-.Il on How ard's tut atd ta tie c-ajv tala's K-Owliig features. Suddenly MiloM; turri'-d ol every e:ctrSc J:f bt xrpt tie l:gi!s Ja tie elect rolier, tbe '.s.re tt bv. h as iate...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

I I fY Mr ,7 .1- FIRtlviAN? 5 If your boy's temperament de mands an occupation full of ac tion and adeenture he will find what ha craves In the fire de partment of a large city. It Is a calling Involving hard work and more or less danger, but It offers chances for advancement that are attractive despite the unusual risk. With nerve and V ambition, there are prizes to be pj F obtained by the young man who P f makes this his life work. f f By C. W. JENNING3. Tf:;7 ri vy AS It ever occurred to you, T futli'T of a BtroiiR, active and fiilrly Intelligent boy who has nrrivod at tlie Rt? when It. Is necoKKitry for him to nuike a choice of I, Veil Ms Hf work, t fi n.t the occupation of fireman preKetits certain attractive fctiturenT TIiIh la especially the caste when your boy Is of a temperament which demanilH a certain amount of excitement In order to brlnR oiit fcla best effort. DeHpitc Its dangers and life of rlj-'lil dlsclplina. there is miftl clent adventure attached to It to make It s...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

e ? i I A. ;t- . IV-.t.S. i:t Ii. !"... 11 r. tr, ..;: irvt I,. .i jli, ( vsl.!(r ' t J . S. S u inrr-l A'-t. i':t -'licr $ - r-" c" r r A iV, . i:mn;in, Ay-'l, ';-iiir II. I'rcniTiit'rifip.fi, S;1 SiniJuif l'cpt. C f : Li 1 i 1 ri r :f ( !Ji ill i.i f 1 11 j tJ i.: hi u n- v ' t . f ' V - n . ,i r ' 1 ' ; 1 1 , si - ii ' i t. fc n CA 11 TAL S , 000. in) Accounts of individuals, business firms ar.d corporations S i . t t i a rrv t :a 1 r . . : . poi'.ciietl. interest on l ime Keposiis ana rav ms Accounts at rate of 4 per cent per annum ernes f.:::'S safety cifdsit esxes rca i.ekt 1. J V VfV'Mlcjkik TIT II (Formerly the Jackson Hpralil'r Published pvery Friday by the Kiwi!) ri'tmsiMJ tn.itr.iM'. Subscription price: $1.00 er year In artvancp. Entered h second class matter at the pot office at Car Girnrdeau, Mo under the act of March 3, 1879. Farmers are not going to stand for a high tariff to protect man ufacturers and a low tarLT to protect farm products. Nor will the Republican part...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

A (ESTABLISHED 186 6. CAPITAL SURPLUS Oldest Bank in Southeast Missouri having lm-;o capital, exceptional stninjjtli and est.-iblkshed facilities, solicits your pat ronage, -with eonfideiiee in its, ability to ex tend every accommodation for husin consistent with sound . .'OFFICERS L. J.. ALBERT. rTcstdi'tit R. B.'OLIVER, Vlce-Pres. se ClayfFields and Dudley Mc 'Lainvho were held by tike po lice ae suspects in th t&se of 'Cha?k;s Stout, who vras keld up and robbed, were tuernel loose. 'Tfcxj graduating exorcises of the Jjincoln school were held in court house last Friday night. Nine students graduated. Ben Vinvard, the real estate njfin, transacted business un Stoddard cwnty 'last .w-fiek. Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky and dau ghter, Miss Mary and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eyrd, left .last weeki .for Eureje. Rev: A. M. Etss Tetunried home last Saturday from Jack sonville, Fla. where he bad been attending the Southern Baptist convention. J. II. Scbxxa&fT of Advance re ceived a fine touring; ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

Tl,.- t;iii,i,!p the I.irem skirl 1? i!l 1' K it l! " ki . AroriV.R to Kit eastern j'.'.'li-'i a f i o , f I'!ii;m is a V"!il.i. Of music? Wo couldn't Si-.inrln enter place tn M.Tii a pocket U.ui lu a harem tk'.rt T.'-rvns nro now rivals In Boston of h'sP'iz. porcles In (ho prevention ct tulj'.'fCUiliCln. Wrest '.t-.?s 1" the latest fnd of TJnton r'rls. It is good for the figure and lh ootnttev Inn. 'Thftt Cmnorra trial, from the rle .cifptlon nmt,t somewhat resemble a agitated too. Tun ehor-s are going out of fashion srtln. The trouble Is they decline to retain their original color. The Oriental nations do not seem to feed complimented by the adoption !escwhere of the harem skirt The rnginn overcoat Is coming back Into style. We have not, after a dill gent Inquiry, been tibia to find out why. A goat In Kentucky Is charged with fating important state documents. rrobiiMy looking for Jnsldo informa tion. A Chicago real estate man Rays that H fiat is no place for babies anyway. Or phon...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

EVERS CALLED HARD EIGHT-MONTHS OLD CON CREDIT ED WITH SOME PUNGENT REMARKS. ANTICS OF KANSAS ZEPHYR "rank lobetl Tells Story Illustrating Part Luck Play In. Baseball Jaks Stahl Haa Peculiar Story , f a Treak Play. By HUGH 8. FULLERTON. John J. Evers, Sr., came downtown dq crutches a coup! of days after the close of the world's championship se ries and seated himself disconsolately In his shoe store. Now there are two things especially of which John J. Evers, Sr., is proud. One Is his team, the Cubs, and their Inside play, and the other la John J. Evers, Jr., who oow Is something over seven months of age. When lie Isn't talking base ball he talks John J., Jr., aged almost eight months. "The woist part of It all," said the little second baseman sadly," was when 1 got homo last night. John J., Jr., was olttlng up waiting for ma and as I came In at the door he asked, 'Oh, father, what was the score. It Is of no use to ask w ho lout because I can ee that by the wny you are crabbing.' I t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 June 1911

.ITI" ' I' . i n . It. P-;' ti. cr f r n- .:v o active w, ha- 1 ,h tt..; t'i. .-.! rr i i. Iiirf v. , i ! . ( 41 t' r t 'ill fi r it I?. 1 cd'ajry w r.t ccmni.-rcial y "-ol through th ith i ., h.v branches- i id. 1 1:: y ,.i c.-.'.r.: 1 4 ii a )'...; of ;n : . Hcrni.n Wl, to rou.? your.;? r--r.r t.'.o ri Weirs. Ut of Ut. Vci:;;i of Fred Nioincyor, fjfmcr of .:i:;:r.l to'.vr.nr.! n. nr. tho il mover church on Sunduy June 4. it. 3 travel.-!, t. return !o its owner ami ro--1 i t : ir gratitude. th iv v:r? Kin-.lo round to roll arnl fat 'm pile, aad w hy not k-.'j it rolling and piling, remembering that both active and safe dc'tHiied with ' August LiUrifebier was called to the beside of his father Ia.it Wednesday morning. Mr. Lit zelfdr.cr's father ia up in years and has been very sick the past two weeks. He resides n?nr Pocahontas. wanting u '.lo do this at once, but a) we have botn rather busy with other work, :!.. thrm hunt in;? women with shooting irons, we decided we had rather let...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

0)1 ih it n " 1 "i i . 1 . it 1 s t W '.a 'J f t s M i "llJi ' fc. Ft j TK! FECPIM PiP:i 3 H 1 p'Msd itl the peajrm I f N fciw. f ft pwjis ill tlx Urns, but nr a if a jowls K fill t.V Vol. XMI Capo Girardeau, Missouri. Friday, Juno 9. 1911. No. 3 I DELEGATES ARRIVE OH THE STEAMER ALTON Everything contributed to the seventy fourth annual session of the Missouri Christian churches, which were the welcome guests of Cape Girardeau this week. Monday evening, the steamer Alton arrived here with about two hundred delegates from every part o f Missouri to be present at the Annual Christian Church Convention. Many dele gates arrived here Monday from Southeast towns by rail. Mem bers of the reception committee left this city last Saturday for St, Louis to meet the steamer Alton to escort the delegation of church people here for their days convention. The work of the convention begun on Monday evening at the Normal auditorium as follows: Devotional service at 7:80 o'clock, lead by Mrs. J W. Bu...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

THE C EST DI1ESGEB HAM -rt, V... -"-:-ra. ? ft.-' 7 - . rp rt rf j "l t?- .,' i: - 1 :- " CHAPTER X.- tu Ir-t-.:, i ft-.d :.-:i.a ! i "Tci tli n ii. .a -:.-r.--iT eat, Ir. lurzs'.i'.z. Vc3 ".-.-s:7 t lea, fj-. tti-..:-: f la ti - "Yes. sir." r?i;t3 Mik-str. "Yo-g t-ra:I ti, too. d-i't yoa, "Yef., ;:i:'a.'" S'-ji-ftritg tij 5 eiyv'. Jrs. i. Ive hear to r-t t:ai '. a tr. ut e p:a it o.t o: is:a:.ai.t; : "He t r. ', V. ?ra out! to i- I g .-. - -ta--.t'jd V-'i ' 3; yo'-r r lis i'-ai.; t v-at ca: I c::t '..-vs-35.Ha..tt &ad y ! gret' t.c-ttiJ T:r:.r It l-irtxjr. V.ia a jaaa : tr ta tve . -,. .. . . is aar-? iJ, fr,ata-2 i.s train je -as t- bra-j:V;i ' t tie ti of fi or tir tours' J V-:suoi:a5 c-a ta. tata- ut;-t tas.: j tt t liit-l to s&y taytaiti:. tir evea' t: v aaytiias Of "-rs-, yaa! i.a-.nr, citii.lt. t;-t tf"'.r a ce-rta:a j tia: ti liw ,.f ..c c-e' ::: tcrataif-a'.ri ' tu t.T'e.-a..j i.a-5 " j Tae tittiia tart,j to tii r?'ris.t " 7 . . 1 ti"sa tiefrt oi y?.;r taV.e a with ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

ft. XTl ii i iV-m' RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKEN Kentucky Experiment Station Find More Good Qualities Than In Aay Other Breed. We lmv jiiKt closed a scrips of ex-ppiimt-nta extending over n period of two yeurn with 100 Khodn Island Red TienH. Rhode Inland Tit-flu are a com paratlvoly. new chicken, having only Wn ndriilttvd to tho Stnnaard" fcy 11ih American I'oultry asportation In Rhode Island Red. February, 1904, but as a result of tha experiments conducted at this station we have no hesitation In saying that they have more practical pood points combined with fewer undeniable qual ities than any other chicken. They are: Broilers at seven weeks; fryers at nine weeks; layers at 20 weeks. When full grown, Rhodo Island lted hens average nine to thirteen pounds each und corks nine to thirteen pounds. They are big red birds with brown beaks, rod eyes and. smooth yellow 1' gs. The males are a rich cherry red and tho hens a lighter ehado of red. Thev have the laying qualities of the Leghorn, th...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

a a; . s ! V tv c: . - c:.:i ? r-,., V a ivp r:v tT.i y.a-1 i "5 ' i; tvii f ' ; 1 w-rk is r.ec :-rs a. - J f . i f f' i s - j T & a ii '3tt t 7 s s -.- t: ;: .? ;t Ottunwa a.1 oY. xi ever CtJ. t 3. r : tv r 'ars a-.i :e f:r such -. rk s--i ;': k.. 1.4 i' A .- . -( . re-' ... ;i v.; r :f 4;:rc-r.:;-: ic.:-. t oi f . triors a.: -2 a ? car. T f.t-e zr.-i irx" rit cars ; "j ,1 r --"5 to trar-j.-rt UV.'tr.: i . - ?. a. r s h r r : ; -frty o f : J' r.s Piturstn. c-'vrr at. I .r.?. r c f tr. c:--;; a-f. At six o'c'. tl.: rxir.ir; '. w-.' ; C 2T3 uxr? .-? work I o ?. c A; -i j- - 5. -V It thr r-atr:I ar.i cri is-- r.?t she real e;tate fr:t;r.r ' ai ;!tir.: crs tr.st c-artcf sa:i - jrr-r;ci f:r ar.i i- prr;-:r- 11 n :a-c-:r ci ar Cc2 Cc: -lit ! vl A ... I J i t.tl i r revere -iftxk er e cf ths jubi - .' they were ha-'-rJ t ; scfs-ti. whtr tie cart: ' tit Zl&'.n :at-e Jcr s-a: 1 wr2 or ar.y wr.tr t:.e "' ci-."iv?rt-5 M tr.e cor.tr?.' tor. ar.-i cars tr. city sr. ail ia no ever.: t-t ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

rosa meewng nerc ntxt wctt Wm ar, ths congenial cash- ler of t 1 Peoples Nalionnl bank of Jackson was in the -city last Friday attending to business. ' The first car 'load of water melons shipped to -St. Louis sold for 02 cents a piece, OHioer Chris Fwman has re signed from the .police force and will engage in 4he restaurant business. Ollicer Kage has tak en hia beat. (..has. Vogelsnrcg, who resides on rural route Na. 1, sheared 812 head of sheep, petting only eight to ten pound of wool from each sheep. He thinks the light yield was due to the warm weather. Preparation are being made to celebrate . flag day o n the 14th of June. Constable &ivally left Tues day to take John Morie to the sanitarium at Farmington. Miss Marine LaPierre. of Jackson, while the guest of her uncle, VV. IL Miller, of thiscity, had the misfortune to f&M and break her thigh last Monday. She had juttrrived from Jack son and wasascending the steps of the Miller .home when she feSJ breaking her limb. II. ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

(Wfr- T' V-? 1 Meci!d FvKi;;,';"S Co. t' -".. CilR RCu AU - V ": 'J !" IVHEHE Um SCHOOL TEACHERS MET DEATH 1 HEZEKIAIL GREAT PASSOVER rt i m is Li A. K SmifJ School Imhmi f"C Jont It, 1911 S Sptctailr Anmngad tor Thi Ppr a I A ..ier (such n Eitftrtton How Cou'd Corret.1nest cf M alffiushrl Meat vi Ba DcuMd7 Farmer Giles bad heard, rumors of the sh,v.-t -wc!;:r;t scandal, but as for thnfcoif ho was hnticst in thought, word RTuI dc-d. lie nntura'ly ln fr..pi when 11 n nr p'e buyer from the c!:y objected to Lis ta'.f burbcl rid ero. Tv ti.(1 1vat foJ burl.rt.' fivf years," ho tl, "kiiJ I know U' cor rect." "A dozen yrnrs' us wouldn't affect Its correctness," wis the reply. "Have you any other reason for thinking it U correct 7" The farmer controlled his anger, r.J after a n)omnt"s thought led his critic to the corn cri'o and showed lii.'ri basket woven frcrn hickory fpiit. "That measure tw'r.a full CUs tUs," ho said. "And this holds exacU ly bUbhfei." "How do you know Jt dots?" "Becaus...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

m mum. PIANO TRUCK WORKS EASILY Enable On Man ta Transport Heavy Instrumsmt Without Appa rent Effort Worked by Lever. One man. unaided, cnn move a pi ano about with ease If ho hns on of the piano trucks designed by a WWv conpln man. Tho truck comprise a mipportlng frame with a big roiler llvoted at tho bottom. Handle ex tend from tho top t right angles end ljavo braces to help bar the strain upon thcrn. Across the framework are two roller pads and at the bottom are two metal rents. The roller on which the wholo apparatus Is moved is Itself movable on tho frame, and Is adjusted by means of a lever operated by a footploca. To move a plnno a 'won rolls tho truck up to tho in strument and Inserts the melal rests in tho small space between It and the floor. II then shirts tho bottom roller to the point where It will lent support tho weight and by pulling back on the truck lifts the other sldi of the piano clear of tho floor, tho Truck for Pianos. leverage making this possible. Tho Instru...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 June 1911

r.:c!(V.rr. :-r;.n had 1. it Ix:dhonU3 Monday. "in?' -3 All hY.O 1. jacket. It iv i ain ft ths on J to j-.r.y f.'-r mer. T!:o active d!br has Wn passed through the Teller's window, h:s fo'jn-l co:ni';:tny with others, has passed through the !i fie rent commercial branches picking up a littlo interest in it:? travel), to return to its owner and re-coi-ve hi cverh:ting gratitude. The dollar was made round to roll and flat to pile, ann why not keep it rolling and pi'iiig, rcn;criberir.s that your dollar will he both active and safe deposited with VJ hi. br wili soon will soon wear a hole in your ;irrs constant watching to keep it there, ol the year it has not earned you enough !hr: the pocket. .1 ?.Trnilam; Wm. Harris oi St. Louis arJ Walter Climber of Sikeston, were the gucst3 of their sister, Mrs. Alvin Knei bert, the first of the week. Rev. A. M. Ross the fJaptist church last Sunday. preached at in this city j i f Miss Mary La Pierre visited relatives in the Cape the first of the we...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

1HE PEOPLE'S PAPfcR 1 R the P'l'p'e pi'l (I II e Iran, toi'if o ",l.e id f. lime, bul ftc.ir t Ir p'jp't il! tt ffl' suss:;:?!!: fsi:e, $i.cj a ma. in :Yr::t No. 4 Vol. XII! Capo Girardeau. Missouri, Friday, Juno 16. 1911. GOVCRMO RIIADLEY MOT FOVERLESS YET The Democratic newspapers and politicians are much exer cised over the "unconstitution al" action of Governor Iladley in refusing to proclaim the jerrymander prepared by Con. Roach and Elliott Major. In view of the fact that their di vision of the state into Sena torial districts failed to comply with the provisions of the con stitution requiring that the Sen atorial districts shall be nearly as equal in population as may be and compact and contiguous, the governor declined to pro claim it as a law. Roach and Major then announced that they were going to proclaim it them selves by publishing it in the Sess ion Acts. The governor ad vised them that if they did so it would be an improper use of public funds, and that he would instit...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

I v.. J a 1 -1 " a !:, rr I ' t'r.e . '.( v. n'r .1 ei'..l w 'rit';".t. 1 t Vl JoyVIl ' V t v r .' i t.-t wan la I'.rt-.) f h'.s rsVt, ivvl. T-t A J,!,il U Ct lilTO to t'.'.S A ! !;! t wns d:"r-.''-'tI from f.- TicrSt rhow fceeau th noulJ fcls a rsuii 1,1 pub'.tc Tim 7? n " r ! a n fiicn'it ha says Ta '-'' tan bs tured tr eating bee-tloa :". t.i h:iw unc 6 cur for eating "An TU.aca NT. T.) Jfr to t.ve p' v-f I It ?vry ruM'a school t-, sta'i; of a perfect man." Married A br't' C3VJ.?.'.:',?.g a one dollar bltt was carried rr) rr.!l'.a by sea. Put tt rli.irft ft w'Ai.irt reaching distance cf 2ew York. K"irve a few swa'a for trie moe tjuitoe that are coinh:r although U .United ooee should be ap!ted to house Cleg. A Missouri Judge rules that It It lawful for & man to spank bis wife. ro. i"o, I It lawful for hlai to thaw ut dynar.c.lte. An Ohio eonrle bave parted because the -wife likes Farls. while the hus ttwd prefers C'nc!nt!atL And sgiiln tbe eagle screams. A California man who h...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

IS A 1.0 IE EXCITlNQ r.XFERIENCE OF COBS, WULLIN AND DONOVAN IN PHILADELPHIA. TESTS NERVES Of PLAYERS Barney Oldfleld Did Not OrTolafe on Return Trip "Desth Vlly Jim" Boott'a Hrd Luck Ctory Evan Comedlsn. By HUGH 8. FULLERTON. George Mullln, Bill Donovan and Ty Cobb,- feeling rich because, they were reporters Instead of ball players dur ing the world's series, decided to buy a touring cir to take them lo tbe gams and back In Philadelphia on the econd day of the srles. They bad employed a tail cab tha first day, and fcftd tipped the driver liberally to wait for them and taka thorn back to the fcotel after the game. Of course be failed to bo there and they wanted a couple of hours getting to the hotel Tla Philadelphia street cars, which make people from other cities qi.lt kicking on their transportation facili ties They decided not to be caught the second day, so for 125 they em ployed a young man who was peddling a touring ear to take them to the game, wait and bring tbem hack. The t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 June 1911

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Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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