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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 7 August 1914

-A AND TIIM CAVE COUNTY IIKHAIJ) Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, AUGUST 7, 1914 Number 32 .fff . FIRE DESTROYS CAPE FOUNDRY LOSS IS $30,000 Blaze From Unknown Origin Leats Only Wall of FLAMES ILLUMINATE HALF OF THE CITY CrcatOowd Swarms to Bia.e Many Were There When Hre Department Arrived The Cape ''oundry at .Til .Main r,trect wa; .oinp!ctel dest'i.jed by fur hu n'nt, and all tlx: content;, .f ttt Ivi'i. 'og wrc lu.-t. She I".-:' ;vs. es'ru'od Uu,t n .1. sit ah-. ,((. The origin of the fire is unknown, and the blaze was first discovered by Edward Eribacher, who operates a foundry at 230 Main street. He saw the glare from his place of business about 10:00 p. ni. After learning the locution of the blaze Mr. Eribacher communicated by telephone with K. Feldhoff, pro prietor of the Cape Foundry and ad vised him that his plant was burn ing. The fire department was summon ed and Mr. Feldhoff hurried from his home at 513 Wiliam street to the foundry. Before his arival the entire build...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE CAPE COl'NTY HERALD AM) (APT, WEEKLY TL.IH'NE JUDGE WILLIAM PAAR DEFEATS MARTIN L HAUPT IN AN EASY CONTEST FOR PRESIDING JUDGE Gets Almost Three Times as Many Votes as Total Polled by Haupt and Kuss, Crushing Stubblejield, Naeter and Flcntge, Who Engi neered Fight on Him. SWAMPS OPPONENT IN THE CAPE AND SWEEPS COUNTY PRECINCTS Fred Goyert is Beaten by Blucher Sperling and Sawyer Runs Judge Hays a Close RaceCaruthers De feats Doris and Fritz Siemers is Renominoted. WILLIAM l'AAU itm .lu.lge 'f tl' approximately a three to oti L. Iliiupt, despite the fact terly opposed by and Kepulilieans, held, I reil .Naeter and l. v . rlentgc. Henry W. ally no votes, Kuss, the third man in this race, received virtu vet in many precincts and wards he ran Ilaupt a close race, lint Jinige I aar more man uouniou the combined vote of Haupt and Kuss in every ward in Cape (iirardeau and many of the preeincts jsv V in tlie county. In some of the city wards wrvffiSg. as well as in the county precincts, ...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD NO CAUSE FOR ALARM IN U.S. SAYS WILSON KUSS IS USED TO BEAT PAAR AND HIMSELF CAPE PEOPLE (FREIGHT RATES BOTTLED UP IN WAR TERRITORY ARE ADVANCED BY COMMISSION President Asks Editors to Aid Country in "Keeping Its Head On" Drys are Making Toy of Can didate to Defeat Judge and Aid Haupt W. A. Vernon Gets Letter From Mother Who is Mar ooned in Switzerland General Raise is Refused but Tax Goes Up on Many Things. UNCLE SAM TO REAP MUCH GLORY HE THINKS EFFORT TO SPLIT WET AND INDEPENDENT VOTE CANCEL THE PASSES IS ADVICE TO RAILROADS MISS OLIVER IS NOW IN WAR-RIDDEN LAND j . ' V ' 'k v ' '3 MtF J KM v'r.".n t. Universe Depending Upon Amer ica For Financial Aid as Well as Food WASHINGTON, Aug. 3. Presi dent Wilson made an appeal to the press of this country through the Washington correspondents not to add to the tenseness of the European situation by publishing sensational, unverified statements. He held thut the United States is absolutely pre...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) THK CAPE COl NTY UK RAM). Every Friday by THK CAPK (JIKAKDKaV PUBLISHING COMPANY. nu i n rnv AT I Al l. i SKIONDI IAH MATTKK AT II! KI'I l . M'.. l'KXDIMI i n i". post okhc ONK DOLLAR l'Klt YEAH IN ADVANCE $59,000,000 A DAY IS PRICE OF WAR Kxpcrts Show Cost of Main taining the 10,000,000 Men Who Are in Armies. WHY AUSTRIA WENT TO WAR WITH SERYIA (.'iiiitiiiurii from liirst pape HAH'Y H r.MCAN AMI ( IR "MX HlNDIUl'.'' .! . 1 . What is B..1IM- t tie II..VU1U I, tore M-ow. is u.c l L.i: a-I.ed c.-nw-.oo .u go in 1,1 :" ,l,!m . (. believe the ( i'n t ei.pcil will ..ri,.it th-m to , pen on Sunday. This p,,!,.,,..,, is not .;.-... u,.., the Uowl-dgc tUt 'I.. lawmakers plan , J... ... r.p.-al tl.- ol.l .niman.-c but l-.-cu-c rit.h. t.Mi,il y prevails. !-,.. ,,, n.v.r a mi.bU- I. -rit :.t,- ,,-..,, a-Uaiu-d f r kcopmg 1. .1, close, I. The I.m.I..- of tl.- r:.n fiui to prevent the playhouses fr,.n, o,-,,ing have nt ro...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD COUNCIL AGAIN PAAR PRAISES DELAYS ACTION TRIBUNE FOR ONPHOTOPLAYS HUGE VICTORY FARMER DRAGGED 35 ARE KILLED FOURTH OF MILE IN MO. WRECK Allison's Toggery SALE Will Begin on Saturday, August 1 5 1 h and Close on Saturday, August 22nd A great Slimmer clearing sale will be held a novel sale and a feast of bargains. The great feature of this sale will be the selling of a lot of packages and boxes of goods sight unseen as the saying goes. We tie up these packages before the sale begins and will have from f00 to 1000 of them ready for sale at U o'clock Saturday morning, August 1,1th. We will sell them to grown people only. Because we cannot take them back or exchange them as we arc almost giving the goods away and are doing so to get people into our store during the sale so they can see what great bargains we are offering. BY WILD TEAM Motor Car Hits Passenger Train Short Distance From Joplin Lawmakers Listen to Several "It Made a Great Fight...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 7 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YIIERALI) (itU Itciuo in iJvUf Mr.u ud Mrs. J. II. Friunt urrived in the city yesterday on the Capo Girardeau, from u short vacution. I'. H. lioyce returned from Mor ley to attend the election yesterday. Anton Haus, the well known cin tractor left Tuesduy on a business trip to Oran. Father Prunte returned Tuesday afternoon from a trip to lllmo. Lee Chapman of Carrollton, is visiting friends in the Cape. Henry Suedekum of R. F. D. No. 4 and his son Otto, departed Monday morning for Hot Springs, Ark. Tne elder Mr. Suedekum expects to re turn in about ten days, and Otto will remain for probably two months. k J. M. Sells of Randies transacted business in this city Tuesday. Mrs. Lulu Crane of Poplar Bluff is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Rob ert I.. Anderson in this city. K. L. Cond, an Allenville mer chant, transacted business in thit sity Tuesday. C. C. Boyatt of Evansville. Ind.. I is visitinir in the Care this week. I Harry Mat-hen departed for...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 7 August 1914

THE CAPE COl'NTY IIEUAL1) AM) CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE octet V LOYALTY Tlio garb tny Mary deigns to wear Is right, just right; i The way my Mary decks her hair, The way she twists the. golden snare, An.l curls and puffs the fabric lair, Is right, just right. , The width my Mary gives her skirt , I3 right, .iust right. I It may bo French ar.d tl-.ic and pert,! It may be tight enough to hurt, 1 It may be rash I still assert j It's right, just right. Her shoulders need no druggists aie", 1 They're right, just right. ' Her arms with lace are overlaid. She walks like music sweetly played; It ain't the clothes, it's all the maid, She's right, just right. W. R. Rose in Cleveland Plain Dealer. ""'' Ever since the Grand Frix, which was called the black Grand Prix be cause of the insistence of the women In uniforms of blue serge, there is an epidemic of black and midnight blue, as though everyone was in mourning for the spring that died still-born. There are large pieces of fur inthe shape of bani...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 7 August 1914

During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and it's as dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. CAPE BREWERY AND ICE COM pure as the PAOT CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. I FARMER DRAINS HIS OWN LAND Original Scheme in Southeast Missouri Attracts Atten tion of State anywhere in the world, while those of his neighbors on adjoining farms have almost completely burned out. During the present year he expects to extend the system iv:t his rut ire fiirin of Kill acres, after which he expects lo apply the fame net hods to :i in it In r farm of 'J(M) inn s. His wonderful success has aroused ureal interest among the farm' rs in his seel ion of tie country, and in fart som of the agricultural j iirna!.- WASHINGTON MOOSE PLAN TICKET SEATTLE, Auk. 5 To lraw a clear line of demarkation between the Hepulilicnn and Progressive parties; to prove "that the Progressives in tend to maintain a separate and dis tinct political organiz...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 14 August 1914

6 CAP NORMAL SCHOOt 7- AND Till: C,A1K COl'NTY II FN A I Volume XVI CAPE GIKARDEAU, MISSOURI. AUG I ST 14. 111 1 Number 33 Iftlllltf PART OF CORNICE FALLS ON MUTE Man is Caught by l)vh is ; Falling From St. Charles Hotel RENDERS HIM HE LI1 LESS Ucpttrlrr On The Scene When i Accident Occurs a: .M atches j The Victim A h"uvy plaster of cornice decora tions which had been loosened by the heavy rain early lust evening feel from its mooting on one of the Xorth windows of the St. Charles Hotel last nielli at about 10:.'!0 o'clock, striking Jessie J. Young, a shoo factory em ploye, with .sufficient force to knock him down and r; nder him helpless. The heavy missile struck the pod f stiiin a heavy blow on the chest and .". i '. bounded to the sidewalk it .'.:.. mi hard that it crumbled into s. rei.l pi ,-s. If the fi ll force had b- e.) r.M-.'verl si purely on the head th" res-.tlt probably would have been fati.l. Y'limj; is a deaf mute and the crack Iin noise caused by the dislodenient fai...

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. — 14 August 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE MACHINIST IS CHLOROFORMED THEN ROBBED Raymond Peters, Little River Drainage Employe, Re lieved of Week's Pay BOY KIDNAPED, 2 NEGROES TRY PARENTS THINK; TO HOLD UP AN MOTHER FRANTIC AUTOCHAUFFER RICH BACHELOR MRS. WILSON HOUSEBREAKER SLIPS AWAY TO : BURIED BESIDE FOUND TRYING BENTON & WEDS; HER RELATIVES TOROB, CHASED Harvey Lindy, Ten Years of Bob Hyatt Routs Blacks Who Clay Lutz Marries Mrs. Alma Kraft j Laid to Rest in Georgia Near j Xwo vung Men Try to Slip l u on Her Father and Thi xvinj... n and Tries to Keep Wedding Secret. Age, is Being Sought by Stopped Him on Rock Levee Road m v i au He Flees. Mothei the Police I AWAKES FROM STUPOR FINDS POCKETS RIFLED Thinks Thief Entered Room With a . Skeleton Key and Poisoned Him. A daylight robber entered the room of Raymond Peters in the Green Tree Hotel, sometime during the day Wed nesday and succeeded in relieving occupant of $30, all the money his pockets contained. I'eters is a mac...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 14 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YI1ERALD CANOEISTS HERE AFTER FLOATING FROM DENVER Three Drift Through Can yons and Sand Hills in Search of Curios. CARRY CRAFT OVER DESERT MANY MILES Spend Day In the Cape and Then Renew Journey to the Gulf James Fitch. Walter Perkina and Henry Ayres, three young adventur ers, floating down the Mississippi in a frail canoe, reached this city yes terday afternoon at about 4 o'clock. They were met at the post office by a representative of the Tribune whom they advised that they had traveled with their fragile craft all the way from Denver and! that it was their intention to continue their jour ney to the Gulf, where they would take a steamer and sail for their homes in New York. ..early two years ago they went to Denver, where Ihey separated with the understanding that they would met again at the Brown Palace Hotel in that city on the first day of May, 1914, to compare experiences and ar range their future plans. Mr. Fitch, who is an archaeologi...

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. — 14 August 1914

TI1K ( AhK wtUKLV TRIBLNE AND CAPE ( OINTY IIEKALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM THi: CAPK COCNTY IICRAI.II. thi: Every Friday by (API) (JIKARI)EAl' 1TKLISHING COMPANY. Roy Francis Who Will Fly at the Cape Fair. To Present Some Thrilling Feats, He Says APl'tU li'li INI i! V A. !( in i'i.AS MATTKU AT TIIK I'OST OITK I l (AIM. i,l II !i l'i: l', Mil., l'i:PIMi ON K DOLLAK VVAl YKAK IN ADVANCE i n i: tils between thecape ami j.u kson ! t ..Since the primary election last lk the Tribune liaix received a mini lie r , i of Idlers t'oitdcniu iii ff the efforts m.i.lc by tin- enemies ut .Indue William, i'a.ir In revive the lend which i'vistcdlietccn tin- Cine and Jackson M'M'l ill I'll I S iltfll. Tin' Tribune i Dili in s nij.a'iiy itli n,i,v t on . mii nf tliai would Ici.d 1: cm. e hi!t ernes lit lni) til.1 - 1 1 of the iiiuiily scat and the re; i- j dents ill litis city, and tin business meii of linlli lilies arc a unit aain.-t j smi It a i-ni 1 1-ni ju ;1' scheme, j hj should two such progr...

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. — 14 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD MACHINE PRUNES WORKERS HANDS Boy Loses the Fingers of One Hand at Cape Cooperage Plant MAN IS liADLY INJURED Steel Knives lk'p To Prove That the Tiirteemh is An inliicky Day If the Btth of August hud fallen on Friday, it would bo difficult to es timate the disaster that would have befallen the Cape Cooperage Co. and its employes. Thursday was the thirteenth and it proved the record day for accidents at this well known manufactory. Operations had but fairly started for the clay when Fred Nichols, a thirteen year old boy who lives with his parents on South Middle street, thrust his left hand among the pow erful steel kniws, and before he could realize the danger of such an action every finger was nipped off smoothly. It was done so quickly that the young man did not know he was hurt until he removed his hand and saw that it was bleeding profusely. This accident occurred at about seven o'clock in the morning. The boy was hurried to the off...

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. — 14 August 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE LESSON. She ffuzps at her little wants she must supply. Now tenderness in her tones "Oh. blest and happy mother I! "Hut yesterday this humdrum life, Its homely burdens, wearied me. Impatient I, and discontent, My cares were all that I could see! "From dawn to dusk new tasks arose How blessed each one seems to-day! 'The plan farm duites! How I joy Here, safe, protected, dull, to stay! "The plenteous fields are stretching wide, The quiet village lies below, Ne rumor comes of pillage, want. There's no alarm of threatening foe! "Gay hollyhocks and by the wall, The" boughs with ripening fruit hang low, From younder oat field sounds the voice Of one whose fealty well I know! "God pity women oversea, Who husbands, son, must give to die! God make me thankful! They deser ved Iove, safety, peace, as much as I!" ' The members of the N'unn family and their guests from St. Louis had quite a jolly picnic party Wednesday afternoon at the Fair Grou...

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. — 14 August 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ffiitu tcm in grief River falhrg. Oaugo leads 11. F. L. '.Hears of FadmVi :.ad b'J; ness in the Cape Wi;d'V!sd.i.v. Joe St.iiius of SikeivJii spnl Wed nesday in this city. F. D. Sh.f-pe of N.v Madrid paid the Cape a business visit yesterday. I The Stackc- Lee wi'.h an unusually large passenger list came Jovn at 1:30 Wednesday afternoon. W. R. Henierson of Moline, l'L, was a busniess visitoi .n this .!iy yesterday. George W. Graham and Ed Roiier of Farni'nton wcr-: Cap! tutors Wednesday. H. A. Johnson of Pop'av Mluff transacted business in tail city Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mog.i n of Chaffe were Cape visitors W-lneriday F. W. Brooks of Cooler made a business trip to the Cupe V'cdr.osday. Joe Haas returned yesterday morn inir tmm St.. I .mils where 1 p had been ; ig from St. Louis called on business. Charles O. Hobbs cashier of the ' Lutcsville bank, stopped over in the J Cape Wedn'-sday niRhr, enroute to j Advance, where he ha-s inte...

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. — 14 August 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD if During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating ; Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and it's as pure as the : dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. CAPE BREWERY AMD CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. mmmwrnntwarmmiMm COMPANY j Wifl Johnson of Poplar Blulf is in the jfF"' on business trip. Quite a number of ladies visited t h basket display, the work of the pupils of Miss Emily Wilhurn, at the Nor mal Thursday afternoon. Miss Wil burn is an artist in this line, as well us many others, and the baskets of rvery size and shape scattered about the room, was splendid evidences of the excellent progress made by her i pnp:l.-:, miller Ivr instrurtion. 1 it Mrs. Ida 'Murray, Mrs Hose Spin s of I'uci.honta.-., who have been vi.-i'.iiiv; Mrs. ('. I'.. Gnrm r, left Cor their home. return trip Ir, ;i He, Adolph Sander of Wlrte vafr is in the rity looking for location, w'.h the expectation of making this cty his home in...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 21 August 1914

1 Or. W. is. Dcaamont ri-M-lt Cape Normal SchouJ nruintR AND THK CAPK COUNTY lllUtAIJ VdumeXVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI. AUGUST 21, 1914 t . Nnmber3l POPE PIUS X (I DIES OF GRIEF OVER THE WAR Pontiff Kept Alive All Day on Oxygen, Succumbs After Asking Catholics to Pray That Europe May Soon Be In PeaceHad been 111 But Few Days. PASSES AWAY QUIETLY AFTER DAY OF FIGHT FOR HIS LIFE Priest Administers Last Sacrament And His Holiness Succumbs as Rome is Informed That Head of Catholic Church is Dying-Had a Remarkable Career. 4ff! TP" w-pj "' " '" " THE CZAR, COMMANDER OF RUSSIA'S ARMY. Rome, Aug. 20. Pope Pius X. died shortly after 2 o'clock this (Thurs day) morning of bronchial pneumonia, brought on by grief over the Eu ropean war. A bulletin was issued by Dr. Marchia Fava shortly before he passed away informing all Rome that the distinguished patient was uncon scious and that the end wan not far off. Extra newspapers were issued attributing his death to grief over the war, which brought ...

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. — 21 August 1914

- " "- . ... THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE PICTURE SHOW MAN. BROKE. IS MISS OLIVER IS I Kaiser-s Warriors Going to Front NEGRO KILLS 5, ANOTHER DYING; SEVENTH HURT PETITION GOES j HELD UP THEN IN PIGEONHOLE THROWNIN RIVE SAFFR.LEVAN ENROUTE HOME Motion Made by Councilman , "Shorty" Franklin Beaten and Fowler to Open Theaters j Taunted by Bandits Before Daughter of Cape Family Now in Ancient Castle in Florence, Italy Fires House and Then Mur ders Rich Family as They Jump Out Window Defeated. Being Ducked MEDLEY BOBS IN JUST AFTER VOTE IS TAKEN CTlTTm T Ik lloinntnnt BUT RESCUES HIS HAT Armgardt Who Favors Sunday Paddles Out in Stream For Lid, Opening Says He Voted as ' And Spouts Water Like Constiiuents Desired. I Sperm Whale The plan to open the picture shows j "Shorty" Franklin, a cook for the ! on bunilay was virtually Kiilea Dy me . Frisco bridge gang, while walkinir City Council last night. A motion, made by Mr. Fowler to receive and petition to open the shows, ...

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. — 21 August 1914

TIIK CAPK WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD NEWLYWEDSARE RICED AT DEPOT Friends Armed with Grain and Old Shoes Await Departitg Pair BRIDGEGROOM FALLS Arthur Geldmacher, Trying to Escape mob, Tumbles and Scatters luaggage A n umber of disappointed friends who were not given an oppor tunity to participate in the Geld-tnacher-Gluffer wedding festivities last night and not even advised of the approaching event, played even with the young people before they departed on their honeymoon this morning. in spite of their efforts to evade them A large party stayed in hiding near the depot until the arrival of the newly weds who had timed their coming to make direct connections with the St. Louis train immediately upon its arrival. The mob was spied however, just as the wedding party reached the River view corner. The bride gave the alarm by screaming a little bit when she saw the approaching enemy. Mr. Goldir.acher seized the little hand satchel she was carrying and with his own heavy case...

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. — 21 August 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YIIERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD. Every Friday by THE CAPE GIKARDEAtl PUBLISHING COMPANY. AI'I'I.R A THIN roil r.NTIlY AS SI'.CONI) ri.ASS MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT CAPK (ill! AKHKM , MO., PENDING ONE DOLLAR PER LET'S HEAR FROM THE M. P. L'. C. The excuse offered by the Missouri Public Utilities Company for pumping water from the river south of Sloan Creek, is by no means suffi cient. Why is it necessary to pump impure water into the mains whether there is a fire or not? Why could not this emergency pipe be inserted in the river north of Sloan Creek? If contaminated water is drawn into the pipes during a fire, as the employe of the water works informed a representative of The Tribune, doesn't that water remain in the mains after the blaze has been ex tinguished? And if it does stay in the pipes after the fire, which any one with ordinary intelligence knows to be a fact, then it must be forced through the drinking m...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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