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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

i.'js, WJ.t.vHL SCHOOL 7.28-11 Bfl PHI V " AND T1IK CAPE COUNTY HKltALD Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JULY 3, 1914 Numbcr27 MAN COLLAPSES BUT IS REM J. O. Clark Has Attack of Functional Heart Trouble On the Street WOULDN'T OBEY WIFE Went to Work Against Her Pro test and Comes Home In Ambulance J. O. Clark, an employe of the Cement nlant iust south of the Cane, Buffered on attack of heart failure on the street yesterday morninK, and was taken to his home in an ambulance Mr. Clark, who lives at 25 North Spring street, started to work yes terday aganiBt the protests of Ins wife. When he awoke he complained of feelinii ill. but insisted upon going to work. Mrs. Clark urged htm to remain at home, but he said he was needed and would go to the plant. He started from his home to the establishment, which is approximate ly two miles, but before he reached his destination, he became so weak that he decided to return. He started back, although his strength was almost exhausted. At Sprigg...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD T. R. DEFIES MARTIAL LAW DOCTOR AND j PROCLAIMED MAKES SPEECH OVER BOSNIA REV. BEMBURG'S BABY IS SHOT M F. BAUMAN HAS VANISHED; ALARM IS FELT NO MORE MONEY , GOVERNMENT IS SUBSCRIBED HAS DEFICIT BY AIR RIFLE FORHUGEPLANT OF $1,043,189 Opens Dull Moose Campaign Critical stage of disorder Master Guenther, four years Mother of Retired Cigar Man Commercial Club Committee Decides to Have Promoter Explain the Project in Pennsylvania, address ing 15,000 people exists in the city where Rulers were Slain. old, wounded in the head While at play. McAdoo's Report for Year Shows Income Tax Short $25,000,000 Collapses From Worry Over His Absence FLAYS THE DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS TOO Says Tariff Hasn't Low ered Cost of Living Singes Senator Penrose Jly til grnih to Tin Tribune. Pittsburg, IV, Juno HO. Col. Roosevelt ignored his physician's in structions lure tonight tiy making & speech in which lie formerly opened the Progressive Turfy' cnmpaiKn...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD ft U. SENATORS TRY TO FIGHT Root Attempts to Strike Smith at Nicaraguan Treaty Hearing RESENTS CRITICISM OF NEW YORK FINANCIERS William J. Stone Helps to Sep arate New York and Mich igan Statesmen By telegraph to The Tribune. Washington, June 30. A fight in a committee room of the uppoer branch of Congress between Senator Root of New York and Smith of Michigan was narrowly averted in the Foreign Relations Commitec near the close of today's session on the Nicaraguan treaty. Senator Root had objected many times during the day to questions which Smith fired at the New York bankers present as to their part in the troubled finances in the Central American Republic. The climax was reached when Senator Smith asked James Brown of Brown Brothers about his per aonal connection with the purchase of the Nicaraguan bonds in expecta tion that he could use the State Department of the United States Senate to force a weak country to redeem them at par. ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD. Every Friday by -THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. APPLICATION FPU ENTKT A3 SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT CAPE GIRAItDKAt', MO., PENDINO. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Diil yi'it notice tliat l ump in the street just in front of tin- St. Charles Hot. r.' Now that M. l.oui- ha- it new charter it ought. to luivo n few promi 1:1 -lit i'iii.i i '1- Mill li'd'ini' ti rt ;il town. Tin: new district attorney. J'h mi'i hi 1 1 -i n has ncti il wisely in :iiii( iim Arthur I.. Olixer United Stat'- li-!ii' Attoiiiiv it Cape Girardeau ami St. J.ouis. Mr George II. Moo; r, !n opposed Mr. ( diver for tlii' appointment, lias been made Collr. lor of Internal Revenue at St. Louis and therefore, two ituportunt olliecs liavo ! -t n filled by two splendid men. ii!iiir I. t'livi i- not a stranger to Cape Girardeau. He is : son o Soiitlii a t Mi-M'hii i.ml has yielded a good inl!uchce over ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD BASEBALL PLAYER PLAYS GOAT AND BUTTS A BALL Capahas' Star Center Fielder, Told to "Use His Head," Drops Bat and Dives Into Curve. When a baseball player attempts something that a billy goat wouldn't go up against, the l:i.cliall player is simply flirting with death, according to Ervin Meyer, t ln star center fielder for the Capahas, and lie ought to know. When Meyer went tn lint in the third inning of the game between the Capahas and New Madrid Sun day afternoon, Ervin's captain called the young player aside and confi dentially told him to "use his head." And when it comes to obeying orders, Meyer elands out like a house on fire. "I get you, kid," was Ervin'a encouraging reply to his superior. HEALTH BOARD WANTS CITY TO MOVE GARBAGE Dr. Wichterich Says Plan the Tribune Outlined is Best for City HE AND MAYOR WILL URGE ACTION TODAY Councilman Fowler Joins Throng of Supporters and Says He Will Help The Tribune's campaign for a plan to disp...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

TIE CAPE WEEKLT.TKtPVNE AND CAPE COUNTY ttERALD itu Xtw in gvtcf Tow hoat Josh Cook, passed down t 1:30 Tuesday afternoon with several reinent bafRes. II. Blink of He Soto is vinit inn friends in this rity. Win. Crumpeeker a drainage man from Morehouse was in the Cape Monday on a business trip. Robert 8. Travis of Wolf Lake eanie down to the Cape Monday to make ome purchases. A. J. Cook and wife of Arbor were in the Cape Tuesday doing some shopping. P. Hahado of Advance was in (he Cape Tuesday on a business trip. James H. Stewart, manager of ex tensive stone quarries at Neely's Landing came to the Cape Monday to attend to some business matters. Capt. H. (!. Lightner of Illmo was Govor Fui,rig,t of Millerville came Cape visitor Monday. ; OVPr Friday morning to see his father j Peter Fulbright who is now confined II. M. Fox of New Madrid was a ' jn st. Francis Hospital where he un business visitor in the Cape Tuesday, dorwent an operation a short timeago. A. A. Tropf of Advance transa...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY. TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HE RAL D Miss Kathryn Crismond of Logans port, Ind., and Miss Pauline Byington, of Farmington, who have goon the guests of Miss Kathryn Himmel bereer. departed Tuesday for their homes. o Among the young people enjoying the boat trip to Commerec Tuesday afternoon were the Misses Flaeide Weber, Berniee Miller, Lucille liolin- nack, Vivian Bohnsack, Celeste nnd Bcrnadette lloch, Aliec Schwcpkcr, Helen Carroll and Mary Foley. The boat remained nt Commerce long enough for the party to have a pleasant visit with friends in that town, before returning to the Cape. The Young Ladies Sodality of St Vincent's Church will give a lawn social next, Monday evening on the corner of Spanish and Williams The young ladies are endeavoring to make this an assured success, and are snaring no efforts to make it one. Mrs. M. Post and daughter, Miss Marjori, departed Tuesday afternoon for the East, where they will spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. George Mcrritt...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 3 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE 1 ARLY CLEARANC LI That Every Man, Woman and Child is Asking and Waiting For tarts Friday at A. M. July the YE IT In 8:00 10th Twice a yearand twice only, is this wonderful opportunity afforded you. A 850,000 stock of High Grade, Ready-to-Wear clothing for your choice and selection at prices far below the real val ues. It's a genuine clearance of guaranteed merchandise at prices you have learned from past sales that you simply can't afford to pass by. Watch for double posters. LDW i Inl. 1 CAPE GIRARDEAU EMMAM 1 . MISSOURI SHOE MAKERS' RECORD. Cape Girardeau Helps to give State New High Mark. .Jefferson City, M., Juno 29. In formation gathered during 1913 for tlie Red Book of the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates tlutt tlie annual out ul h of fifty-nine Missouri shoe factories reached the record valuation of $52,000,245, an against a produc tion in 1909 ly fifty-eight such estab lishments worth 118,7.11,000. In the compilation ar...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

CAM NOtMlt scupflf .. m AND TIIK CAPti COUNTY HKKALl) Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, JULY 10, 1914 Number 28 RANNEY GETS A CHANCE TO REVERSE SELF Fair Grounds Men Ask Court to Dissolve Organization and Sell Land PETITION ALMOST SAME AS ONE COURT KILLED Decision Which Made a Farmer a Charitable Institution Caused Much Comment Former Senator Thomas F. Lane, representing the stockholders of the Fair Grounds Association filed a peti tion in the Common Pleas Court Wednesday asking permission to dis solve the organization. The document sets forth the reasons why the Fair Grounds Association eannot be classed as a charitable institution. The clause in the peti tion covering this phrase, reads: "That the dissolution will not be detrimental to the public welfare and that said corporation does not own or control any property devoted to religious, literary or charitable uses." In addition to asking for a dissolu tion, the petition requests the court to appoint the board of directors of t...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD KAGE APPROVES TRIBUNE'S PLAN TO MOVE REFUSE Asks City Council to be Prepared to Tell City How to Act at the Next Meeting Black Informs Mayor He Has Interviewed Ferry Boat Owner. CAPE GIRARDEAU MUST DISPOSE OF ITS GARBAGE, IS MAYOR'S EDICT Tells Tribune Prompt Action Will be Taken and That Lawmakers Favor Newspaper's Suggestions Civic Improvement Association Approves Plan. KENTUCKIAN AIDS OUTRAGED LADY 'Man" Invades Wrong Room at Capitol is Identified as Mary Walker WOOD URGES CITY TO BUILD BIG IRON CO. PRESIDENT WILSON'S WIFE WHO IS OPPOSED TO' WOMAN SUFFRAGE WWW!fiWW!fiWWW!fiWWWWWWW!(i!fi!fi!fii;W!i; s fi WOMEN LEADERS BACK THE TRIBUNE. To the Honorable Mayor inn! City Council: Tin1 Cape (Urardeuti Improve mint Association de sires In couiey ils ii jipn ciiitiun of thi' sentiments expressed by the M injur and Members of the Council regarding Ihi disposal of the Citij's garbage. 'The imsHon of the garbage disposal is an import ant hoi, ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CaPE COUNTY HERALD LAMP BLOWS UP IGNITES HOUSE WARBURG SPURNS SKY PILOT TO RESERVE POST RIDE FLYING MRS. HARRISON AIDS TRIBUNE'S WAR ON REFUSE HOUCK SUES LIGHTING CO. FOR $25,000 CUCUMBERS MAKE CAPE WOMEN FIGHT CRAFT AT FAIR Sam Culotta's Hair Singed and Clothes and Hand Burned in Flames Says He Would Rather Not: Have Job Than He Quizzed by Senators WIRES THE PRESIDENT Aviator Will Leap Out of Top of Machine at Rig County Show Noted Woman Says City Must Forget Cost of Project and Think of Health Says Development Concern of St. Louis Has Not Kept Faith With Cape Mrs. Charles Castle Pulls Hair of Mrs. John Inman Right in Patch FURNITURE IS WRECKED Second Blaze Above Candy Shop Tells Wilson lo Withdraw Nomi i Ftlincuished Without I nation and Choose Damage Last night lit about 10 o'clock, a fire broke out in the rooms immediate- ly over the Cape Candy Kitrhen at 10!) Main street, and for a short time it looked as though the entire block might be destroyed....

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE and thi: cape county herald. HELP CAPE GIKARDKAU GROW. There tiro eighty-three buildings under construction in Cape Girardeau just how, in addition to tin- public structures that arc being erected. This probably is n roeonl uiicquiilcd ly nny otlier city of its size in t tie State, THE CAPE Evrrv Friday liv , GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. ! And in view of the fact tlmt this is what moy properly he culled an off .var from a business standpoint, (ape Girardeau's distinction carries with AlTI.ICATIi'N It'll IINTIIY AS SM'OX I CI ASH MATTEH AT TIIK I'OST OF KICK AT CAPK OlliAKUK.U , MO., PKNDINCl. It an tiniisuul compliment to the people. This city has placed itself in the championship class within the nasi , - . . - - TT , ' years, and there it is going to stay. If Capo Girardeau can establish ONl'i DOIjLAK 1 Lii I LAIC IN ADVANCE" record for steady growth under ordinary conditions, what will it do when the vast waste l...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) CAPE COUNTY HF.RALP r People Moving In. j I People moving in next doorl Ma, behind the fdiadr, Is disJtuKtod more and more With the showing made. ''Never biiw sueh shabby junk," Ma is prompt to say. Her entoem for them has shrunk In decided way. That their stuff ia out of date All the folks 'declare. Never was such paltry plute, Or such chinaware. Neighbors ami their kin and kith, All enjoy a grin. They have quite n circus with People moving in. o Mrs. '.V. A. Cantrt-U and Mr. H. T. Schultz returned Thursday from Schu mrr Springs, where they have been enjoying an outing for the pant two days. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Conkling, of Springfield, III., are expected to ar rive today, and will be the guents of their daughter, Mrs. Win. A. O'Brien on North Frederick street. o The Christian Kndcnvor Society of the Christian Church will give a picnic today on the Bend road about two miles from town. Those wish ing to attend will be lit the Church it 0 a. m., or if not a...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

flE CAPK WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD tUt lm ill grief Miss Ella Hinii-r of Nashville, Tinn. is visiting in this fi t v wit li her cousin, Mrs. (i. V. Patton. A. T. Newton if St. Louis, n win dow decorator in advertisement if khiic breakfast food establishment, is doing sonic work in the Cape this Dix Walker of Oak Ridge left f.r Schumcr tpritigs I i il:y morning. Hi' will spend several days at the fatned health resort. Hon. ('. ('. Oliver of Necks Land- ing, democratic candidate for rcpre-' tentative was in the Cape Friday. Grandpa Christ Stein of (iordon ville, came to the Cape I'riday to spend n few days visit inn with his eons, (iust, Louis and Christ James Wise of Allenvillc came in Friday and purchased three loads of ice and other supplies, for the big celebration, having brought men and teams with him to take the freight to its destination. A party composed of J. Henry Carulhcrs, Li uis Houck. E. W. I lentge, (icorge Naeter and Fred Naeter visited the cemetery Friday...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY IIFKAI l) BE PATRIOTIC, HORSE DIES OF nnrro um CAM! HEART FAILURE UMjLt) TT1LOU11 President in July 4th Speech Says Business Interests Should be Loyal REPLIES TO HIS CRITICS Steed Being Driven by Alonzo Killion, Drops Dead at . Poor Farm Says People Will Support His. Mexican Policy. Touches ! on Panama i Hy ti l grn ill In The Tribune. Philadelphia, July 4. The moot vinorous defense that President Wood- r.w Wilson has ever made of his administration fame today in the shade of the historic oaks onl elm in the rear of Independence Hull. In the course of hi8 patriotic ad dress, which the President came from Washington to deliver, Mr. Wilson not only paid his respects to the critics of his Mexican policy, hut in cluded in ' his impassioned speech the opponents of his anti-trust, meas ures and the administration policy toward the Panamu Canul and Cur rency reform. Some of his critics he culled un patriotic and lie flayed other. "Wc love not only Am...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 10 July 1914

TIE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD RUNNING HORSE DASHESTHROUGH THEATERCROWD Animal Frightened by Ma chine Flees Down Good Hope,Dodging Autos POLICEMAN RISKS LIFE TO SAVE PEDESTRIANS Jeff Hutson Pursues Horse Three Blocks Catching it When It Hits Fence A iiniawny li' lc last night dashed lliroiicli a theater crowd in 1 1 tin rijt. nviidul a collii-inii with ii dnzi n tui t. mobiles and run ii distance f three Mocks before it stunk a fence, tore hose from a Impy ntul was captured. 'I he I.oim. belong) il tn Thoiiui.i L. Jirothcis nf ."OU Hreadway, ntul it was fiiiiuht by Patrolman Jiff Hut m ii. who ri.-kd his liff to save a ciowd f pop!)' fr in what he holicv i w ulil le urioits injury. 'I he animal was tii il to a hitching rark on (Ion! 1 Itt' t-trcf , just a short distance from the entrance to the irpln nm theater. Mr. Hrothors littitnlnl the show. A short time aftir the owner hail tn (I the i.nimal Mill entered the tin nt) r building, two unidentified wi n i ii drove 1...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

CAfS NORMAL wCHOOT. AM) THIi C.APK COUNTY HKlt ALU CAPE GIRAKDEAl!,' MISSOURI, JULY 17, 1914 Volume XVI Number 29 HUERTA GONE; CARBAJAL NOW IS PRESIDENT Bryan Asks Carranza to Re gard Rights of Foreigners in Mexico City REBEL CHIEF MAKES NO REPLY TO U. S. REQUEST Much Apprehension . Felt For Fleeing Dictator Reports Conflicting liy ttltyraih In Tin Tribune. Washington, July 1. Formal an nouncement to the I'nited States of the resignation of Huerta and the succession of Carhajal as provisional president k made through thr State Department by the Spanish Ambassa dt r who represents the Mexican government in Washington. Develop ments following Huerta's departure are summed up as follows: That the policy of "watchful wait inn" he continued. That troops and ships remain in Vera Cruz. Hryan appealed to Carranza to guard property and rights of foreign ers at Mexico City and elsewhere, and to deal leniently with leaders of op position, but placed no alternative be fore Carranza in his messa...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD State Senator Who Withdraws From Race Against J. J. Russell Jk ' ' - -v a ". -v -ft t V4" A'-" ; , -v. v., , - ... .;rv ' s"y .. I SENATOR CHARLES P. HAWKINS HAWKINS QUITS CONGRESS RACE "Abe Lincoln" of Dunklin County Will Serve Out Term in Senate EXPLAINS HIS . C 1 ION Bays Pressure of Business In fluenced Him Three Demo crats in Race Htate Senator ('linrln I'. Hawkins who had h ti iniiniiit red a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clongrem from the Fourteenth Dis trict, yeHterday forwarded a statement to The Tribune, announcing that he would not make the raee. Senator Haw kins in dei-irouM of rervinic out hit term an State Sena tor, he Muted, and for thix reanon, coupled with t lie faet that lie doeH not rare to caeiiliee liin law praetice, lie derlinid to make the raee. Thin annouiieeinent leaven only jlhree Denioi-r.-.ts rontendinn for the prize. Joseph .1. HuxHell, the present Conprexi-mun, haM two opponents in the field, ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD LURTON'S DEATH 'DEAF MUTE IS 21 PER CENT NEW HAVEN MEN 1 MAN STRICKEN . MAN ASLEEP " ON TRACK IS MAY AID FOLK! HIT BY A TRAIN EXPRESS RATE CUT ORDERED ARE CRIMINALS, SAYS COMMITTEE BY HfcAl.KAVfcd AND RUNS AMUCK HIT BY TRAIN Former Missouri Governor to Baseball Special From Cape Get McReynolds Job if He Strikes Boy on Outskirts Goes on Bench of Chaffee Missouri Utility Board Orders Table Prepared by Experts Effective Aug. 1 20,000 Word Reports to Senate Declares Inquiry Reveals Great Bunko Game Dashes Through Crowds on Street and Establishes New Speed Record Doric May, an Oran Bridge Builder, Loses One Foot And Other is Crushed TAFT MAY GET PLACE SHOULDER FRACTURED if OUTRUNS HIS PURSUERS AND TRIES TO DISROBE ENGINEER TRIES TO AW AKEN HIM, FAILS Thinks Clothing Possesses Evil Spirits Is Taken to Citj Infirmary Crew Take Man From Under Cowcatcher Just Before Train Reaches Cape Many Names Are Mentioned For Vacant Place on Su preme Bench L...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 17 July 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBINE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) TIIK CAPE Every THE CAPE GIRARDEAU Al l'I IC I l'S loll KNTUY AS sKCoM) at c api: t.iuAr.ni ONE DOLLAR PER WHEN THK TRHU'NK Mr. Tiuslcy of I he Missouri Iitlir- 1 'tilitiis Company yesterday said that 'III' Tribune's campaign to i-ointn! tliiit corporation to kt'c its contract willi In fit y. was to advertise. Anyone willi average intelligence true, i Ik- ,li oun t in i n- 1'tilitics with this tii-v ."ii ht. Mr. will continue it" ( i L' 1 1 1 until promises il made to the prnple licforc it" present franchise wax granted. livery reader of The Tribune know that Mr. Tinslcy's company ad vertised willi this newspaper before we began our attack on his company. And for the information of Mr. Tinsley, we desire to ray that the columns of this newspaper are not for Kale. When a newspaper is bought to gag the people, then it becomes a parasite upon I lie public ami a handicap to the town. The Tribune will lake up the ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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