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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 11 September 1914

Sttlttiw AND THE CAPIS COUNTY HlvHALI) CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 11,1914 Volume XVI Number 37 "SASSY" WITNESS IS THREATENED BY AN ATTORNEY Albert Spradling Calls Louis Davis Names in Gordon ville Court. BELGIAN ARTILLERY ABOUT TO ENTEN ACTION AT DIEST "THAT'S A PLENTY" SAYS JUDGE AM) ROW ENDS Lawyer Is Angered When Wit ness Becomes Impudent and Women Flee An unexpected rumpus occurred i:i Judge H. W. Bangert's court at Gor donville yesterday afternoon, when at torney Albert Spradling of Jackson became incensed at a witness he was cross examining. The witness "sas sed" the lawyer, it is said. The irritable lawyer is reported to have become angered at an answer given by the witness he was examing. and jumping to his feet, applied some epithets and then rushed toward the witness in a threatening manner. He was intercepted by court officers, and after being admonished by the judgo to desist from .urther dem- i ' 1 1 l 1 onsirauons, ne mane eiue apoiogy ior M;M MaH(, Unllrltan ...

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. — 11 September 1914

THE CAPE COt NTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE BABY TOPPLES INTO A TUB OF i BOILING WATER! Little Daughter of Henry Lange Rescued Ry Mother But May Die FALLS INTO VAT AS PARENT GOES IN HOUSE Believe Infant Tried to fol low Mother When Tragedy Occurred The two-year-old baby girl of Mr. nnd Mim. Henry Lange, near Snider's Mill, toppled backward into a tub of boiling water Monday afternoon, and was badiy Maided tnat but little hope is entertained for her recovery. The accident occurred at about two o'clock in the afternoon while the mother was washing clothes in the rear of the houe. A tub of hot water had been set aside for sonic apecial purpose and Mrs. Lange, while busily engaged at her work, forgot for a moment that the tot was near, and went into an ad joining room to procure some clothing She had scarcely gotten away when she heard the agonizing scream of her little daughter. Hurriedly returning to the scene, she saw the child strug gling in the seething mass of boiling nuds. Ta...

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. — 11 September 1914

THE CAPE V. M:hU TKlhlM- AM) CAIM: CO I N TV iiKUAIl) KAIN SUSPENDED, MEDLEY VOTES Seven Councilmen Remove Watchman, Cut Chum Re mains True to Crony KAGE HATES TO LEAVE BUSINESS UNWATCIIED Frissell Files Many Charges -Says Cop Sparked Colored Damsels ' In spite of certain valiant support, offered night policeman Fred Kain at the council meeting Monday, sev en Councilmen voted for decency and suspended the watchman from further service as a peace officer un til he has met the charges filed against him in a petition for removal. The petition was filed last evening, and the charges enumerated against him are as follows: Drunkenness while on duty. Sleeping for several hoim on dif ferent occasions in a livery bavn while on duty. ' Sleeping in an automobile on the river front while on duty. Permitting a man to abase and phy sically mistreat a woman on the fctreet without offering to interfere until re quested to do so by other spectators. Conduct unbecoming an officer in walking the stree...

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. — 11 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUN THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THK CAPE COINTY HERALD. Every Friday by Till) CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. AI'I'MC ATI e lUIt KMKV A MTiiNDC'I.A M ATTIC It AT Til K POST OK KICK AT ( AIM; (ilHAHDICAl , Mn., I'lCNDING ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE SOMEBODY IN CHAFFEE IS MISTAKEN. A resident of Chaffee, in a letter to The Tribune, says: "The business men of Cape Girardeau are enemies of Chaffee. They have done everything they can against us since this town started." The author of that letter may think lie is right, but ho happens to be wrong. The business men of Cape Girardeau are not only friends of Chaffee but they arc st.'ong supporters of every town in this whole section of the state. Tho letter writer says "the i .leniii of Chaffee in Cape Girardeau have called ChiilTee Negro Won, nn I Kiv dune everything they can to ruin the town." We have nevt r hcr.rd Chaffee ?.pok'-n of a.- "'Xouro Woe'," ;i,id if i; ua , we iU not l'.i;e the r...

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. — 11 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FREE A Ticket to the Cape County Fair JF H Every person subscribing to the Daily Tribune for three months, $1.00, or to the Weekly Tri bune for one year, $1.00, will be given a TICKET to the FAIR. By taking advantage of this bar gain, you save one-fourth of the regular cost of the paper. Everybody is going to the Fair and you ought to go along. It is going to be the biggest event of its kind Cape Girardeau County has held in many years. You must go to the Fair and you ought to read the the Tribune. You can do both for $1.00. Address all communications to 'REE CAPE GIRARDEAU a er-e vr a ? News From The County Seat By Miss Hermine Kichne. Jackson, Soj)t. 0 Mrs. Annie Uion lein entertained with a coffee di ink ing last Monday. Those present wore Mesdnmes K. (J. Sibley. J. .5. Meit; berg, J. S. I'm vt an 1 c,rn !' lorn. an. Miss Alice (ioodin ? 'i'a: 1 -..ton. and Mi's. Leslie rlsi : Bord. air VisitillK tllO f. 1 - -1 " ". IV ,1. ii. Goodin...

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. — 11 September 1914

I III'. (AIT. (liTVIY MKIJALI) A N i ; CM I X. M;i J.V i WILD QWt. 10 BE PLENTIFUL; TURKEYABOUNDS Southeast Missouri Will He Hunter's Paradise This Fall, Say Residents. DROUTH A BOON TO NESTING WILD FOWL Ducks Beginning Their Autumnal FlightsDeer Seen In the , ()garks-"Quail Plentiful. Southeast Missouri, down through the Little River Drainage District, will become the hunter's paradise this autumn, if the reports that are daily reaching the Cape are true. The dry summer may have reduced the corn crop, but it made the quail and wild turkey flourish. The largest coveys of quail seen in this part of the state in many years are reported from every community. Flocks of wild turkey, nearly as large as the tame varieties to be seen at the average farm house, roam the fields and swamp lands in the swamp district. William Sanders, a farmer living near Illmo, has three different flocks on his land. They have become so gently that they frequently wander to the barn lot and pick up grain. He i...

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. — 11 September 1914

THE CAPE COl'NTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TIUIU'NE CONSTANTLY. There's something going very wrong, Constantly. That is the burden of life's song, Constantly. When things seems to be going right, Someone butts in and starts a fight And knocks our hopes high as a kite, Constantly. The fondest hopes of mice and men Constantly. Go wrong nine times in ten, Constantly. Although it's vain to try to preach Philosophers, the answers teach; We want the things beyond our reach, Contentment, then, is what we need, Constantly. Tis better far than fruitless greed, Constantly. The one who keeps on sawing wood And does his stunt just as he should, He is the party who makes good, Constantly. Roy K. Moulten. It would be hard to find a jollier set of boys and girls and their chaperons, than the party of young folks who s selected the Three Mile creek Sunday afternoon for their outing place. They left town about 3:30, starting from the residence of Dr. Patton on The mis street. Upon arriving at the creek...

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. — 11 September 1914

f CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COIN 11 I ITID " HHBHHHHnnBnHi 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 COMPANY AND IC CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. E LATE LOCALS Harney Wagner the well known mule buyer of Orun, was in the Cape on a business trip yesteilay. There was a meeting of the Elks at their rooms last evening, heUI for the purpose of initiating Bert Russell of Bert rand. Mr. Kussell was accom panied to the Cape I'.y John Hunter of Motley. Miss Emma Copoland of Ellington, arrived in the Cape yesterday for the purpose of entering1 the Normal. (. J. Snider of Frederiektown, vis ited friends in the Cape yesterday. Clyde S. Armstrong- transtcted busi ness in this city yesterday. H. S. Martin of Clarkton, was a Cape visitor yesterday. A. Harmon of Kennett, visited friends in this city yesterday. I. ouis U. Swan of New Madrid, was in the Cap...

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. — 18 September 1914

r.ii.ll i AND THIS CAPK COUNTY 1IKHAL1) ft Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 18. 1914 Number 38 CAP! FRISSELL ILL, WIFE AND SON ARE HURT Auto Breaks Arm of Youth Who Was First American Born In Philippines. MOTHER INJURES HER SPINE IN FALL ON STEPS Army Officer io Be Retired On Account of Illness, la Native of Cape. Relatives of Cupt. Thomas T. Fris sell, nave received advice that on September 11, he appeared before a Board of Examiners at San Francisco and was pronounced physically unfit for further service in the United States Army, and his retirement recommended. Capt. Frisaell has lx;en in ill health for more than a year, and has been away from Mb regi"H:nt, on a tk leave since January,, )Ui4. When first relieved from duty b". went to Buffalo, Minn., vhere he vn derwent an operation in the Mayo sanitarium. Upon the advice of his physician, he went from Minnesota to San Diego, Cal., where he has since remained. For a time his condition seemed to improve, but he has no...

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. — 18 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRI h I im: coi.i i;ci: a vvm vvs WOULD. r h: oiv'.n 1 1 1 it li r flings thai tin to lcguril lite as y Olll'-M V in colle n's in y idea to i : i . among present lft'il"ii- trio I e ill- ii SS .1 affair gets special emphasis i s fur womfi. l.itV in a woiti cge is perhaps the most near life mi earth hundreds of people living together in almost ideal community life the lust ones put forward for portion of trust and hon or, plenty of freedom, work ami play; itr-uc pf jhn Hainan, a devotion to the student body, to one s class, to one's special group, to the college as a whole; the question of money left outside the college gate, and full opportunity given to live ac cording to high ideals everything tends to make it a woman's world, an ideal world. A little too ideal to be lived when college is done. must delightful week with relatives; at Coliden. 111. "Mrs. Z. il. Vwiusihtoii of ft. I.euis, who l as been visiting Mrs. John Key tin!! on William st...

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. — 18 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AM) CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ?REE--A Ticket to the Cape County Fair FREE Every person subscribing to the Daily Tribune for three months, $1.00, or to the Weekly Tri bune for one year, $1.00, will be given a TICKET to the FAIR. By. taking advantage of this bar gain, you save one-fourth of the regular cost of the paper. Everybody is going to the Fair and you ought to go along. It is going to be the biggest event of its kind Cape Girardeau County has held in many years. You must go to, the Fair and you ought to read the the Tribune. You can do both for $1.00. Address all communications to CAPE GIRARDEAU SLAYER SUSPECT ORDERED TO JAIL Curley Smith, Unable to Fur nish $5,000 Dond, Locked ! Up In Jackson. ! DENIES HE SLEW STOUT Clings to Story Despite druelling Examination By Prosecutor Caruthers. Amid the angry muttering.s of a restless crowd of spectators, Curie;. Smith, the negro who is charged with having murdered Ira Stout at the cor ner of Good Hope and Fountain st...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 18 September 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNT YIIERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) THE Ct Jhl'NTY n1Hi Every Friday by TIIH CAP ft GIUARDKAt PUBLISHING COMPANY. M'i'i n itt-N H'l: KNrin a s ...: 1 : .. Mviii.i: at 1 hi. i-os .rncK a I i i ; I K i: i i: a I . .. ii.nmni; ONE DOLLAR IEK YEAR IN ADVANCE GOLDEN THO I (.HIS I ROM LINCOLN. I like to see a niiiti proud of th" plaee in which lie lives. 1 like to see a man who lives i:i u so that his place will be proud of him. Bo honest, but hate no one; overturn a man's wrong doing but do not iverturn him unless it must be do:v in overturning the wrong. Stand with a man that stands right; stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong. Abraham Lincoln. STARTING DOWN THE PROrER ROAD. The report of Secretary Hinchey to tho Commercial club last night was Idled with good suggestions. His recommendations and the favorable ac tion taken upon them by the club is the answer to the question: Why does Cape Girardeau grow? A commercia...

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. — 18 September 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE COMMERCIAL CLUB INDORSES PRODUCE MARKET PROJECT; ASKS COMMITTEE FOR FACTS into the country the poods from thp merchants in the various towns. This is a matter that should have thp im- j mediate und serious attention of our Secretary Hinchey In Report to Club Urges Establishment business men. There apears to be a j wide neid to worn upon, n seems mat I if the farmers will raise the products that the towns need, and then the J merchants will assure of a steady i market, and some sort of a rapid i transit can be established that Cape county will soon be filled with pros- perous truck farmers, our towns will , be fully supplied with the products from the farms, eliminating the neces- meetings were: The farm adviser and I Puntl' the' wo.uid "r" "nil ... , , , buy more trom the tenunts at 5 cents county highway engineers usefulness; a thereby working an iniposi- better farming on a more extensive j tion on both the purchaser and the ac soale;...

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. — 18 September 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAI'E COUNTY HERALD l'itu ilfiua in ilvlct' J. H. Smith of St. l.miis. tr:tri-:i. t i'd business in this city ystcni;i;, H. H. Fuller of ( 'hieairo, is :i busi ness visitor in tlie Cape. K A. MoM'ley r.f Mloonifii-ld, is in the Capo looking after some niisir.ev. inti'iv.-ts. Thomas '. Lut2 of St. l.oui-, ar rived in the Capo this morning i a short l)'lsiness trip. M. I. .''"i-i'l.in of Evansvilie, is ! the city on a business trip. V. A. :i.siti of Marble Hill, is the Cap' leo';itig after business in terests. Taul Hickman. Rita Hkkmon and Henry Thompson, prominent residents of Puxico. passed through the Cape this morning on their way to St. l.ouis. where they expect to spend a few days visiting friends. Ray Ilider of Jackson, was a Cap" visitor yesterday. George L. Smith of Jackson, visits friends in this city yesterday. Teter Dunberg of Uesia, is in the Cape on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. YV. K. Martin and s.m of Sikeston, arrived in the Cape th? mornin...

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. — 18 September 1914

E CAPE COUNTY ItF.RALI) AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AVIATOR FRANCIS RISKS LIFE FOR DOUGHJHE SAYS In Letter to Nunn Man Who Will be at Fair Describes i creations WANTS SPOIsDLLIX AND NOT FAME, HE SAYS Likes to Fly Over Awe-Stricken Crowds, But He Thinks Only of the Money BEOPERATEDON Veteran Whose Leg Was Broken Goes to St. Louis For Treatment. OLD INJURY WON'T HEAL Limb Fractured Months Ago When He Toppled eft Chair. :apt. COLWELL TO DOCTORS HONOR 27 KILLED when TRAIN IS UFSE1 DR.A.PEIRONNET Venerable Physician Weeps for Joy at Meeting to Praise His Work. TESTIMONIAL ADOPTED American iii- uty Roses Present, ed to Dean of Southeast Mis souri Doctors. Frisco Texas Limittu Svtnt From Tracks By Cloudburst At Lebanon. Roy Francis, master birdinan, who ie going to fly at the Cape Fair, pos oaspa two entirely different person alities. One is the scientific, am- t.;tim,a mnn-mercenarv. careful Dr Joltvll Francis. The other is the mw U the danger-calloused, money ilpath-invitintr and scientific-...

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. — 18 September 1914

4 .. CATl! .WKtCLT TECTUM! AND CArt COCNTTTlici ALP . . During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating - ;,.).' i Will fill the bill. Its foam is like the snow and it's as dew. IDEAL is the best drink made. VIM la uu CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. CAPE n B m m e RY MB IftfT pure as the COMPANY JACKSONWOMAN AND SON DIE IN LEBANONWRECK Mrs. Arch Perry and Paul Killed Enroute to Fayette ville, Arkansas. HUSBAND LEFT FAMILY FOR TRIP TO IOWA Former Owner of Gem Theater In County Seat Left Jackson Sunday. By Miss Hermine Kiehne, Jackson Correspondent for The Tribune. Jackson, Sept. 16 Mrs. Arch Per ry and son, Paul, who left here Sun day for Fayetteville, Ark., were among the twenty-seven killled early Tuesday morning when the Frisco train was washed from the tracks and went into a lake near Lebanon, Mo. Mr. Perry, who left here with his wife and son owes his life to the fact that he left them when they reached St. Louis. After putting his family cn a train for...

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. — 2 October 1914

AND THE GAPE COUNTY HERALD Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 2, 1914 Number 40 11,000 PEOPLE LINE RIVER TO SEE FIREWORKS Splendid Display Witnessed By Biggest Crowd In City's History. TWO "VOLCANOES" AND. "WATERFALL" MAKE HIT Big Cracker Portrays" A Mountain Spouting Lava Crowd Charmed. The crowd that watched the display of fireworks last night was almost one-third larger than that which as sembled on the river front Wednes day night. This was a pleasant dis appointment to the business men who feared the poor exhibition Wednesday night would have a tendency to injure last night's attendance. The crowd last night was enthusi astic over the entertainment, which wa9 considered one of the best of its kind ever given in Southeast Mis souri. The pyrotechnics vere better than Wednesday night andjhe lisp'ay continued" longer. The river fr jnt was thronfc-P'J short ly after C o'clock last ni j-t and every reserved sect was occupied. An hour later man of the streets leading down to...

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. — 2 October 1914

the Cape weekly tribune and cape count yherald it Utv& in &visf Mrs. Maggie Price of Leopold, came in on the Hoxie train last night to spend a week with her son, J. H. Price, 322 N. Ellis street, and take in the fair. Mr. Johnson states that while the company feel deeply the loss of Mr. D'Andreas' valuable services, his death will cause no delay in the work now in operation on th big diversion cant Wm. Weiss of Perryville, is visiting his cousin, Mrs. M. G. Taubert, of Louisiana avenue. He has also brought with him some of his fine Hereford stock which he will show at the fair. L. W. Holder of Chicago, 111., was in the city on a business trip yesterday. R. B. Dohson. R. S. Green E. M. Kortz and Goovf.e W. Graham of St Louis, transarted business in this eily yesterday. Ivah Oliver and N. White of Puxieo, were in the city yesterday on a shop ping trip. A. C. Jayne returned yesterday af ternoon from his farm in East Cape where he has just completed harvest ing his fourth crop o...

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. — 2 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD BIG LEVEE CONTRACTiBELlEVUE STREET FAIR GROUNDS ARE HERMAN PETZOLD CAN'T MISS FAIR pecial Bar gMn WILL BE LET TODAY ANGERS RESIDENTS READY FOR FAIR 47,000 Cubic Yards cf Earth Will Be Constructed Across The River Pile of Crashed Stone Almost Closes Thoroughfare Bloom Cause's Protest Also. Concessions Completed and Many Entries Are Here Record Crowds Expected. Man Who Has Been Operating Threshing Machine 44 Years, Tells Experiences Contracts will be let this morning in St. Louis for an immense levee and drainage undertaking in the East Cape Girardeau and Clear Creek Drainage District of Illinois. ' The bids will be received and opened by Clark S. Smith, Major Engineer of the Mississippi River Commission. About 47,500 cubic yards of earth work will be constructed and many miles of drainage ditches will be e cavated. The work will begin about one mile from the Illinois Central depot at Mc Clures, and will extend a mile toward the river. Th...

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. — 2 October 1914

J 1 THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND TtfE CAPE COtHSTY HERALD, i - Every Friday by ' . N THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING 1 COMPANY. APPLICATION FOR ENTRY A3 SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.. PENDING. ONE DOLLAR PER A DUTY FOR Mayor Kage has acted with wisdom in increasing the number of police to guard the people this weelc Large crowds always attract thieves and other objectionable characters, and there has been an influx of these un desirables during the past few days. The public cannot be guarded too carefully. People who visit a city and are victimized by thugs, gypsies andother riff raff go back home convinced -that the town is bad and its people are thieves.. Cape Girardeau wants no such advertising. People who come here must be protected and it is the duty of the police department to take care of them. Suspicious characters should be arrested, and the sooner they are locked up the better off the public will b...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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