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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 2 October 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD A SWELL SUMMER HOTEL. I went into a swell hotel And registered one day. The place was nice, but at the price I hadn't long to stay. A whiff of air cost twenty cents. A toothpick cost a dime. The meals and bunks consumed one's plunks In record-breaking time. I stayed two days at that hotel ; The parting it was sad. For when I left I was bereft Of everything I had. Mrs. Jennie Crowder of Commerce, Js visiting friends in the city during fair week. A pretty wedding took place at Ill mo Tuesday morning which will be of interest to the many Cape friends of the bride and groom, was that of Miss Myrtle Stroeder and Wm. McDonald both of that town. The ceremony was performed at the Catholic church, Rev. Father Lauger saying the mass, at 8 o'clock, and was quite impressive and beautiful. The bride in her attractive gown of white crepe de chene, was most charming, and carried a large bouquet of white rose?, her veil also being held around the crown wit...

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. — 2 October 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD 'AND CAPE WEEKLY1 TRIBUNE U. S. ESTABLISHES NAVY RECRUITING STATION IN CAPE Government Spurns Jefferson City to Locate Here, Says Sergt. O'Rourke. THINKS SOUTHEAST IS GOODiPLACE FOR POST Official of War Department Does Not Discuss Effect of War on Uncle Sam. Representatives of the United States Navy are in Cape Girardeau to establish a permanent recruiting sta tion, which probably will be temper arily located in the Riverview hotel, just across from the Frisco station. Sergeant M. O'Rourke and Cirpor al J. Turner, are in the city as the representatives of Maj. George W. Good whose headquarters are in Washington. Sergeant O'Rourke, who was sent to Jefferson CHy with a view to estab lishing a recruiting station, left that city a few days ago upon his own Girardeau. "I have been coming to this city for a number of years," he said last night, "and I have been greatly im pressed with the whole Southeast Mis souri district. I believe this is one of the best location...

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. — 11 October 1914

titrb tlKAEDEAU .t..-0MALcn00L, f Volume XVI BOSTONCAPTURES SECOND GAME BY SCORE OF 1 TO 0 Mann's Kick Sends Deal Over the Plate and Wins Hard Fought Battle. JAMES TWIRLING HOLDS ATHLETICS TO 2 HITS Plank, Quakertown Star, Allows Beaneaters Seven Finds 20,000 See Battle. Shibe Tark, Philadelphia, Oct. 10 In one of the most remarkable games in the history of world's series, the Boston Braves took their second game from the Athletics today, 1 to 0. Their victory was due to the mas terly pitching of Bill James. lie held the slugging Mackian forces to two hitsdisposed of them in order up to the ninth inning, and with four men facing him in the ninth, only 28 men took their places before him at the plate. Eddie Plank, the Gettysburg veter an, opposing James, pitched almost as brilliantly. Plank was touched for seven hits, but he kept them widely scattered. It was Deal, the Braves' substitute third baseman, who delivered the blow which really worked Plank's undoing. Five times previously ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 11 October 1914

THE CjSPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL By J. E. Jones. Washington, Oct 10 CoL George Harvey, formerly of Harper's Weekly, was the original Woodrow Wilson booster, and he and Marse Henry Pat terson spilled buckets of ink to dem onstrate that Woodrow Wilson should be President of the United States. Mr. Wilson thought that the two gentle men were boosting for Wall Street, and he threw them over. Now they have been received back into the old and harmony has been restored to the White House. The President has also declared his support for Governor Glynn of New York, ami Roger Sul livan of Illinois, and he has also plac ed his p. K. upon the candidacy of a number of Senators who are up for re-election. Senator Bristow of Kan sas has made remarks that would in dicate that he was fearful that Pres ident Wilson had become the tool of sinister influences. "There has not been an administratoin for a half cen try that is so abjectly subservient to the Wall Street ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 11 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. APPLICATION FOR ENTRY AS SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.. PENDING. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE GOOD WOMEN AND THE PADDLE WHEEL. Our afternoon contemporary, following its usual custom, yesterday print ed an editorial under a two column heading1, branding the women of Cape Girardeau as being immoral and charging the business men with accepting "hush money" and catering to immoral shows. It was the most astounding indictment that could have been made against the business men of Cape Girardeau and their wives and daughters. The article referred to women who patronzied a certain fair concession as "blondined girls," "plain women, glad to get a little excitement into a dull life in any way that presents itself," and "women who just can't resist a good barker." r mc Any one who paused ten minutes at the paddle wheel concession, saw some woman of prominence, whose cha...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 11 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOUBi ctta jctew in grief and returned with ten fine bass. D. a Tevis find J. M. Hippie of St. Louis, were business visitors in this dty yesterday. Attorney R. W. Ely of Kennett, was in the city yesterday attending to some legal matters. G. W, Tine and 0. Snyder of Pauld-J ing, Ohio, were business visitors in this city yesterday. J. M. Toohey o Port Wayne, Ind., transacted business in this city yes terday. Mrs. H. L. Taylor of Thayer, visited friends in this city yesterday. B. F. Edmundson of Springfield, transacted business in this city yester day. Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis of Flat River, visited friends in this city yes- terdayr- W. K Chandler of Marble Hill, transacted business in this city yester day. J. H. Richardson of Bloomfield, vis ited friends in this city yesterday. H. M. Dindsay of Illmo, came up to the Cape yesterday to spend the day at the fair. C. M. Ricketts of Bessville, visited friends in this city yesterday. R. A. Skinner...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 11 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE; CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI Mrs. Boone has just received a new shipment of Hair Gocds and now. has a complete line of S Pitches and other Accessories, in everj desired shade at both stores. 128 Mn St., and 610 Good Hope St. Call and ask to see them. One thousand dollars per month is approximately the amount paid to Chinese laundries in this city twelve thousand dollars per year taken out of the channels of trade. Mr. Businessman How much of this do you get? Mr. Prof essionaman How rriuch do you get of it? Eight five cents out of every dollar spent with us is paid out in Cape Girardeau. We employ from fifteen to twenty Cape Girardeau people, who spend their wages in Cape Girardeau. Our service will compare favorably with that of the best city laundries. Try us. Gape Steam Laundry THE WHITE MAN'S LAUNDRY Foot of Main St. Phone 557 "Better and safer is the Cer tainty of plenty than the hope of it. A MAN 30 YEARS OLD EARNING $2,000 A YEAR IS WORTH TO HIS FAMILY AS ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 11 October 1914

xi THE CAPE ;WEEfcLY TBIBPNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI HER CHILD'S INTERPRETER, CLEON AND I. Cleon hath a million acres, ne'er s one have I; Cleon dwelleth in a pake;, in a cot tage I; iieon cam a dozen ion vices, not a penny I; Yet the poorer of the twain is Cleon, and not L By Eugene C Dolson. The truest mother of children Is her children's truest friend Who judging a deed, considers' The motive and not the end. She gains, in this thoughtful study, To her child's hart clear insight: An aid in her tireless guidance To a life of worth and right. ' Cleon, true, posseth acres, but the landscape I; Half the charms to me it yieldeth money can not buy. Cleon harbors sloth and dullness, freshening vigor I; He in velvet, I in fustian, richer man am L Cleon is a slave to grandeur, free as thought am I; Wealth - surrounded, care-en - vironed, Cleon fears to die; ' Death may come, hell find me ready happier man am I. Cleon sees no charms in nature, in a daisy I; Cleon hears no anthems ringing...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 16 October 1914

,,rt UMRMAO C1PE NORMAL SCflOOt, 7-2S.ll AND THE GAPE COUNTY HERALD CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 16, 1914 Number 42 VOL. XVI. RAILROAD MEN CAMPAIGNING FOR FULL CREW LAW Measure Passed By Legisla ture and Approved By Ma jor to Be Voted On Oct. 3. RAILROADS FIGHTING TO DEFEAT MEASURE Statute Was Upheld By United States Supreme Court Chaffee the Battle Ground. Chaffee, Oct. 14 Railroad men liv ing in this city especially brakemen, are making a thorough campaign of Southeast Missouri in an effort to get the people to approve the "Full Crew" law which was passed at the last ses sion of the State Legislature. The measure passed both branches" of the General Assembly and was signed by Governor Major, but the railroads, under the initiative and referundum, are submitting the ques tion to the people for their approval or rejection, and the measure will be voted upon at the coming election. This county is the home of many hundreds of railroad men and they have induced candidates for offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 16 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI THE GAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD. Every Friday by "r: THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. APPLICATION FOIi KXTttY AS SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT CAPE CilHARDEAU, MO.. PENDING. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CORNERING THE COTTON CROP. The plans of the Kentucky men to buy up all of the cotton in this terri- lory, as outlined in a news story appearing on another page of today's Tribune, is evidence that these financiers do not expect the European war 'o continue jnuch longer. It was predicted when the war began that it would end before the severe winter weather came, and men of influence who are familiar with condi tions in Europe, still cling to that belief. If the war should end soon cot ion would be in great demand just as will all other products from which clothing can be made. The Kentucky men are undoubtedly endeavoring to effect a corner on cotton, and if such a .scheme could ever be looked upon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 16 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI is j3Cr.$ I liiilll!l!lliilll'illllllll ilium i i in ;imiii iiiiiiii linn ia t II i iti ii ti in niii iti it m i i I i I : . i ! liUiUHMiniHHnnunMHi:iu;iu;u,iniaiiiKWiUiiuiuiuu.;i.iuiniH..;i:iini.u.u.n!..i..;i-i:i.iiiiiiii'i'''''"'''-ii'ti YouCanMakeYourHouseMoreAttractive With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums ATEN-CENT can of Babbitt's pure lye is paid insurance against dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. If you will write we will send you a book Absolutely Free telling a hun dred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our premium catslogue illustrating beau tiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. B. T. BABBITT The Great Soap Maker BABBITT'S LYE The Best Home Soap Maker Highest in Strength bat not in Price 10c P. O. Box 1776 THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITTS LYE 1,509 RUSSIANS AND (Continued from first page.) "Another case is the fac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 16 October 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE STATE CORN CROP IS 170,000,000 BU.j A Missouri Produced An Aver age of 23 Bushels to Acre, Say Officials. Columbia, Mo., Oct. 1"--In the Oc- Ma in m 3 asn V-k M S III li m mi M XT lober report issued froir 1 no o'.nce ol J j the fcccrotary of the Missouri S'ate Board of Agriculture a coin trap of approximately 170.f)00.0;0 bushels is forecasted for Missouri. This prelim inary estimate, basei upon a very complete report covering each county j j in the state is for an averasre yi"M 3 of 2:1 bushels. An earn e.4iir.at sub- j ject to revision upon ! nal figures shows 7,"'-?.v;! corn. Iu:-;i: SVpt'-eih: r. ' l!:-- ntire slate :!; re : raia, the tor.'hti'ei i '' mi thai it is iiov; d :. . r; Vi.S on' i!inm!i 'i ', t'.is rr:i:.-turo brou."."!u v.;;.; the later plaiitvtl ctrn. i i. complaint of corn n.uiia; i. ami hiuch loss v. hi i lb. " in thi': ii hi.-', ?ii:e v.'ia-i. 1 or to v.. .ik.'piii.r -t hiti' I: b';,;.,. This may 0.0 itV of the lll'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 16 October 1914

THE CAPE WKEKLY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI FREEMAN WAITER BECOMES INSANE OVER MOOTING Youth Who Sees His Employ er Wounded, Raves As Victim Goes to Hospital. FREEMAN RESTS WELL TAYLOR OUT ON BOND Railroad Man Tells Tribune How He Happened to Shoot Former Friend. Edgar Landcll, 17 years old, a wait er in the Crescent restaurant, who witnessed his employer shot by Juhn Taylor Sunday, became a raving ma niac a few minutes later. Th" youth rushed to Mr. Freeman's aid when lie fell wound, d, and refused to be comforted when th'.' restaurant man was hurried to the hospital, lie wept and attempted to climb into the automobile that bore .Mr. Freeman away. When forced away from the ma chine, he rushed back into the res taurant, removed his eoat thai he wore while at work in the cafe, an.', donned his street clothing. Then ha huriied out of the building, lie wa.-. gone, several hours and when he re turned he was violent. Sobbing hysterically, he called over and over attain lor -Mr. rre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 16 October 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD BOSTON TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP; WON 4 GAMES r2 325352 During these hot days you want something that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating Beaneaters Capture Honor Without a Single Defeat. Last Game 3 to 1. EVERS HITS SEND QUAKERS TO DEFEAT Great Crowd Watches Game De spite Athletics Poor Showing In Previous Game. Fenway Park, Boston, Oct. 13 The Boston Braves this afternoon won the 1914 world's championship. They de feated the Athletics by a score of 3 to 1, and thus performed the unpreced ented feat of winning a world's series in four straight games. With this feat they earned more than ever their title of the Miracle Men. Having risen from the bottom of the National Lea gue to first place between July and September, the great victory of the Braves is a fitting climax to the most wonderful season a baseball team ever enjoyed. To two pitchers goes the credit for the defeat of the Athletics. Rudolph and James get the credit for the quartet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 30 October 1914

CAtk .NORMAL SCHOOL 7-2S-II tarts QlRMmhU AND THE CAPE COUNTY HEARLD CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 30, 1914 VOL. XVIII. Number 11 NAGEL RIDDLES DEMOCRATS AND ALL NEW LAWS Says Men Who Pay Income Tax Gouge Poor To Make Up For It. DECLARES WILSON HAS NOT KEPT PROMISES Country Was Losing Money Be fore War Broke, Says Former Cabinet Member. Charles Xagel, former Secretary of Commerce and Labor, in his address at the court house yesterday, ri.'.dled the Democrats and paid his respects to the last Congress. He declared that the Republicans turned the country over to the Democrats in good finan cial condition, and that poor legisla tion had caused a huge deficit. Ife branded the income tax a farce and said the Underwood law had made the nation lose money before war was declared in Europe. Mr. Xagel spoke for more than an hour, during which time he devoted his assault on the Democratic party. The crowd was not large, but Re publicans stated that the hour schedul ed for the meeting kept ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 30 October 1914

THE CPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD .wj THE CAPE GIRARDEAU application' FOR EXTitY as second class matteb at THE POST office 1 AT CAFEUIRAKUtAL,MU,J'i.U.. . vr ONE DOLLAK VKK I A QUESTION FOR Oirarpau. who XX ICOJUCiit VI v-.".j-"- . , i - - i the court house Saturday night, has written a letter to The Tribune, asking this question: "If women were given the just as their husbands dictate?" : That is too much for any newspaper to be called upon to answer. Some women are dictated to, but others dictate, so there you are. Those who accept orders from husbands, in 'all probability, would trot along to the polls with their mates and vote as requested, but this would be offset, we believe, hv trw crreat armv of ladies who occosionally tell their husbands "where to get off at." There are a great many men who boast them, but in this progressive era, only conversation as that. The men who imposed upon this newspaper with that quest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 30 October 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE TEACHERS HOLD SESSION TODAY; 1400 EXPECTED Prof.Magill Predicts It To Be Biggest Meeting Organi zation Ever Held. SPECIAL TRAIN COMING FROM POPLAR BLUFF Butler County superintendent Telegraphs He Will Bring 157 Educators. The advance guard of teachers who will attend the big convention, which convenes in a three day session here today, arrived yesterday, and spent the day visiting: the various depart ment stores. The first meeting of the convention is scheduled for S o'clock this evening j and will be hold at the Normal school. Prof, Magiil, who is secretary 01 Uie association, said yesterday that he ex pected about 1,400 delegates, or the largest meeting the organization ever held. "I received a telephone communica tion today from C. A. Robertson, county superintendent of Butler County, stating that a special train had been chartered to carry the teach ers from Poplar Bluff to the Cape. There will be 175 teachers and other educators on...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 30 October 1914

CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD FIRSTfilflTIOElALBAKK C1PE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI CAPITAL STOCK - - - - - We pay Interest on Time Certificates and Sayings Accounts at the rate of 4 per cent per annum SAFE, SOUND, CONSERVATIVE COURTESY, PROMPTNESS! SATISFACTORY TREATMENT UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION AND CONTROL OFFICERS: WM. B. SCIIAEFER, Pres. G. S. SUMMERS, Cashier. DR. OTTO E. FORSTEIl, V-Pres. W. O. BOWMAN, Asst. Cashier II. BUEMERMANN, Mgr. Savings Dept. W. B. SCIIAEFER C. A. VANDIVOIIT GIBONEY HOUCK DIRECTORS: G. S. SUMMERS JNO. L. MILLER BEN J. F. DAVIS DR. O.E. FORSTER WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE t v I HHE public has a right to something more l3 J- than perfunctory service from those who supply its telephone needs. tM There is something more to a telephone ser r3 vice than merely placing at the disposal of the .g public adequate telephone equipment. a Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience, j under trying conditions on the part of telephone employes, promote friendly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 30 October 1914

THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD .AND CAPE WEEKL YTRIBUNE From The County SeatNews By Miss Hermine Kiehne. Jackson, Oct. 28. The arbitrators appointed to deter mine the dispute between Aug. Voges and the City of Jackson yesterday awarded damages to Voges in the sum of $75. .Mr. and Mrs. James Greenwell of JVrryvillo, are --pending the day with .S. M. McAtec aivl family. U'if l --.as jr lore that Chns. I;.isc o M:j'.iie Hill, tuvi'. this morning ;d)oul 7 o'clock. He leaves a wife and r.r Heuli child. Ho has two brothers working at Capo Girardeau. The de ceased was a first cousin of Fred Clip pa rI an 1 Kd and David Hay:-: of Jack son. Mrs. Julian Miller, who has been spending several weeks with relatives here, !Tt lor her home in Cape Gir ardeau this morning. Win. 1. bchaeler ot the tape, was in town Tuesday on business. The liaptist ladies realized over fifty dollars at their supper last night. Miss Rtuh McAtec will go to Fred (.ricktown tomorrow for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Russell, wife...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 30 October 1914

THE CAPFSWEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD 27 BODIESJARE TAKEN FROM PIT; 119JET BURIED Explosion in Illinois Shaft Catches 302 Men, But 159 Escape. WORKMEN ENTOMBED MAY BE DROWNED Beer is a food product, and doctors recommend it to people who are physically weak. If you drink beer, ask for that made at home Shaft Will Either Be Flooded Or Sealed To Extinguish Blaze, Is Belief. Christopher, 111., Oct. 2727 bodies have been recovered and 159 of the T,02 men entombed in Franklin Coal Coke company mine escaped. The remaining llf miners are still in the shaft. J. C. Mitchell, owner of the mine, says little hope for the entombed men is entertained. The mine is still on fire and it will either be flooded or sealed. Frantic efforts are being made by members of the mine rescue staff, who arrived here in their rescue car at 11 o'clock, and a corps of volunteers to penetrate the burning entrance. The explosion occurred shortly after the men had descended into the west entry to start their ...

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