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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 11 August 1916

THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU BIISOURI. THURSDAY MORNtNG, AUGUST iO, 1916 fe j News From The CdtfntV; SjBat Miss Wilma Haynes of Doc Run will conic today to spend Horriecomers' week with Miss Wilma Sander. Mrs. Everett Tutnam will entertain the Hook C!ub tomorrow afternoon. .1. I' . Caldwell is in St. Louis on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rittcr of Sear cy, Ark., arrived last night for a visit with Mrs. Mary Iii'Uer. The Ladies' Aid of the Evangelical Church will meet with Mrs. Wm. Wag ner Sr., this afternoon. The Misses Myrtle and Mahlc Toe and their brother, Nelson, motored to Pcrryville today to visit the family of Rev. Ki '.lough. There will be a basket picnic at the 1'rick Schoolhouse Saturday. Emanuel Milde is planning to build an addition to and otherwise remodel his residence and may move into the A. i). Milde property hear the Iron' Mountain depot whPc the work is be ing ;oue. J. E. Russell accompanied Judge K:i;tcn to his home at Applcton yes terday, returning today....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 11 August 1916

6 THE DAILY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1916. PART OF BOY'S SKULL REMOVED AND REPLACED Lutesville Child, Kicked by a Mule, is Brought Here for Operation. SKULL WAS FORCED AGAINST HIS BRAIN Lad Becomes Conscious as Soon as Pressure is Removed To Recover. The trip was made in an automobile. Just as they started far the Cape, M Rea telephoned John D. Forterfield Jr., asking him to meet the party at the hospital. A Lutesville physician was summon ed to the Rea home, but after discov ering that the boy had sustained a fracture of the skull, he ordered the farmer to remove his son to the Cape, where an operation would be necessary to save the boy's life. Charles Rea, the 6-year old son of John Rea, a farmer living: 12 miles south of Lutesville, was kicked by a mule late Friday avening, the blow of the animal's hoof fracturing the lad's skull. The lad reached this city at P o'clock yesterday morning and was imme diate placed upon the operating table. Dr. Fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 17 August 1916

THE TRIBUNE'S CIRCULA TION IS THE LARGEST IN CAPE GIRARDEAU, i i i TO ASK COURT TO INSURE CAPE FRISCO CLAIMS Knehans Wants Franchise Upheld Before Road's Sale Is Approved. PETITION IS BASED UPON TENNESSEE CASE City Counselor to Leave For St. Louis Conference Tomorrow. Federal Judge Sanborn of the United States District Court will be asked by the City of Cape Girardeau to both define and secure the rights of the city under its franchise with the Frisco Railroad, before he approves the recent sale of the road to the group of Eastern capitalists. City Counselor O. A. Knehans early tomorrow morning will depart for St. Louis where he will have a conference with George B. Webster, attorney re tained by the Commercial Club to aid in prosecuting the case of the city against the Frisco. Mr. Knehans yesterday afternoon declared that because the city now is on record as notifying the purchasers of the road that the city expects the franchise to be maintained, the way is open for a new interven...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 17 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17. 1916. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE . AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by . THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE THE PROPOSED RAILROAD STRIKE. Nothing except possibly war could be more disastrous to the United States than the threatened railroad strike. Negotiations between the' men and the railroad owners for a settlement of the controversy have ended, and the whole matter is new in the hands of President Wilson. Should the men strike, both sides would lose more than they are now contending for, but the railroads -would sacrifice more than their striking employes would. The greatest sufferer of all would be the public, which, as in all calamities, bears the bulk of the burden. The working railroad men are contending for shorter hours, which, it must be admitted, they are entitled to. Engineers are now working from twelve to eighteen homs a day. The ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 17 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1916. SEN. JAS. A. REED SAYS IS SURE TO SPEAK IN CAPE "Will Try to Bring President Wilson Along," Tells Ben Vinyard. DATES WILL BE SET BY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Lane Goes to Poplar Bluff to Stab at State Committee Berth. That Cape Girardeau anl Southeast Missouri Democrats will have a chance to hear Senator James A. Reed, who now is trying to persuade President Wilson to put the Cape on his Western itinerary, became assured yesterday afternoon when Hen Vinyard, secre tary of the local Wilson-Gardner Dem ocratic Club, received a letter from Senator Reed. "Certainly I shall come to the Cape to speak," Senator Reed declared, "and I am urging the President to visit your city also." He said that he have to consult with the Democratic carLpaign com mittee to learn what date he will be assigned to the Cape, but it wi'l be early in the fall. Senator Reed, as well a Senator Stone and Congressman J. J. Rus'l, were importuned ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 17 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, si H sat TALK No. 3 Your Life Insurance Premiums Paid Easy You kflow it matters not how rich you may be, when your annual or semi annual Life Insurance Premium comes due, somehow it just happens you have already spent youf m'oney. To avoid this difficult situtation we have created a PREMIUM SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, which we handle very much as we do our regular Savings Department. The plan is to put aside a definite sum every week or month in a PRE MIUM SAVINGS ACCOUNT, which will equal, every twelve months, the annual premium on your Life Insurance policy or policies, and you have left the interest it has earned. In this way your PREMIUM SAVINGS ACCOUNT looks after your Life Insurance as it comes due. Won't you drop in and talk to us? We are always striving to do some thing to be of service to our customers and friends. Very truly yours, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK aiuiinraiiiiHiim CITlf NEWS IN BRIEF News From The Comity Seat V James Brown died th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 17 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1916. MAYOR SEES CIRCUS FIRST lfm YEARS Finds Bareback Lady is a Peach -5000 Crowd Grandstand. For the first time in 21 years, Mayor Kage yesterday afternoon locked his office door ami went to the circus. "I know this is an excuse, but I did it to take my grandson," the executive romaiked. "It was a good show and I am glad I went.' The mayor and his grandson, Fark cr Kage, had seats in the grandstand, where probably D00O persons watched the reals perform, clowns act-up, ele phants do tricks and the numberless exhibitions of daring by acrobats yes terday afternoon and last night. There was the pretty little lady who rde bareback, danced on the broad back of her mount, skipped over :1 reamers that intercepted her way and laughed and smiled at the audj enec. The clowns had something to do all the time; trapeze artists took the breath continually and a troupe of tight and slack wire artists evoked many expressions o...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 17 August 1916

THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, WELL DRESSED MAN HAS NARROW ESCAPE Squirmed From Track When Pilot Was But Few Feet Away. The story of the narrow escape of a w 11-dressed, unidentified man from being ground beneath the wheels of a passenger locomotive yesterday was told in the Cape by Frisco Engineer Ed French when he came up from his ranch at Gideon. French was in t--. cab of the en gine yesterday ir . ng on the Gulf line on the way to Cape when the incident occurred, and he declared he believed that for the first time in his 20 years in an engine, a man was about to be run down. The train was just this side of Pas cola and was going at a good speed he said, when he looked ahead and saw the man's form lying directly acrjss the tracks. He was dressed in a Falm Beach suit and appeared to be young, French said. The moment the man's form ca:ne into view, French said he began to do all in his power to warn the in dividual and at the same time stop the train. He said he belie...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 24 August 1916

KLY H H H THE TRIBUNE'S CIRCVLa. TION IS THE LARGEST IN CAPE GIRARDEAU, t t i THE TRIBUNE COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. i i A NEWSPAPER THAT PRINTS ALL THE NEWS TEATS P IT TO PRINT AND PRINTS IT FIRST VOL. XV THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAUJYHSSOURI, AUGUST 24. 1916. NUMBER 33. rtr 5UNE WJ R. EXPLOSION FILLS 0. SHIVELBINE'S i. EYES WITH ACID Storage Battery Blows up and Throws Sulphuric Acid Pnto His Face. VISION SAVED BY BATH IN SODA; NOW SERIOUS Ignited Hydrogen Gas With Flame Before Battery Was Complete. Ocar Shivelbine, member of one of Capo's most prominent families and talented musician, had both eyes filled with sulphuric acid yesterday morn ing when a storage Lattery with which he was working exploded. Late last night, Dr. W. E. Yount de clared that he believes the sight of both eyes will be saved, although their condition now is considered exceed ingly dangerous. If the eyesight is saved it will probably be due to the prompt action of Oscar Hirsch in starti...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 24 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1916. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER THE TEN CENT LOAF OF BREAD. The baking trust's plan to increase the price of. bread from five to ten cents a loaf, on the theory that there is a shortage of wheat, is not justified by the facts. , : , Washington, Oregon and Idaho have 50,000,000 bti. of.wheat thatmust be disposed of in the United States, because the doors to Europe, "where-the surplus of these three states has usually gone, are closed. The output of these three states is insignificant in comparison to the annual yield in the United States, yet the mirplus of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, if divided coually among the inhabitants of the United States, w6uld give each man, woman and child one-half bushel each. The Kansas vheat crop alone this year is !0,000,000 bushels, or a bushel for every per...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 24 August 1916

THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, By opening a Premium Savings Account and depositing therein one-twelfth of the annual premiums on your Life Insurance Policies every month (or you can make your deposits semi-monthly or weekly, as you may desire) you will be able to take advantage of the reduction .offered when you pay your premium annually. You will also have some interest, which your premium fund has earned while accumulating. Remember, we are always on the look-out for anything we can do to be helpful to our customers and friends. Member Federal Reserve System illl!!l!llll!llll!lllllllllli!ll!IIIIIlll!llllIIII!IH News From The County Seat James Weisbrod and family loft this morning for their home in St. Louis after visiting with Mrs. Weis brod's sister?, Misses Ida and Eva Kinder and her brother, O. I. Kinder and family. Miss Ella Hart Jones last night en tertained with a bunking party the following young ladies: Misses Ruth Hays, Bess Sheppard, Gayle Wilson and Helen ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 24 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORSTXC, AUGUST 24, 1916. ffWUgE"S3 Guides of Telephonic Speech THE telephone wires are the guides of telephonic speech. Along these wires pass the electric impulses which reproduce the vibrations of the human voice to the listening ear of the person you wish to reach. Along these talk tracks the electric current travels at the rate of 56000 miles a second. No matter what the distance, telephonic communication is practically instantaneous. There are 21,000,000 miles of these guiding wires in the Bell system. They form a national system of highways and byways for telephonic speech uniting more than 9,000,000 telephone subscribers, and carry ing 28,000,000 telephone talks daily. Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. DIVES FROM CAR TO SAVE FATHER IN AUTO WRECK Former Bollinger County ' Judge B.F. Slinkard Knocked Unconscious SON LEAPED TOO LATE: STRUCK HEAD ON ROCK Machine Going 40 Miles an ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 24 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, TWO MISSION FESTS PLANNED ON SUNDAY Evangelical and Lutheran Con gregations at Jackson Cetebrate. The Salem Evangelical Church, sev eral miles southeast of Jackson, Tiext Sunday will be the scene of a large missionfest of the Evangelical Church when members of the congregations in all p::rts of the county will attend. The Evangelical Church in Jackson v.-ill have no services and there will be no Sunday School as well, for Rev. A. Kitterer, pastor, and a large por tion of his congregation expects to make the trip to the Salem Church af fair. Rev. Press of the SaJem Chuch will be assisted in the missionfest by Revs. Kalkbrenner, Lchmann, Bern, Bembcrg and Kitterer. Rev. Kitterer has been pdected to deliver a sermon in Eng lish in the afternoon and a sermon will be preached in German in the morn ing. The Lutheran congregation at Jack son will hold its annual missionfest Sunday in the school park in Jackson. A large crowd of Lutherans from all ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 24 August 1916

6 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1916. IF YOU NEED A NEW WAGON come and inspect one that is made right. These wagods are positively hand-made by experienced wagon-makers. They are made of the very best possible timber throughout, and ironed in unsur passed workmansoip. They are 3xl0-inch skein size First quality - thoroughly-seasoned Hickory Axles Extra A-grade Oak Running Gear All hubs, spokes and felloes boiled in oil Anti-Rattler Gear Brake 58-inch Tires 28 by 38 by 120-inch Body, with Hinged End Gate and "Lazy-Back" Seat All well painted and light-running Every stick, board, rod ann bolt covered by a 100-cents-on-the-dollar guarantee. No other wagon on the market to compare with these at the price For Only $63.00 Come and See Them, and Tell Your Friends. Phone 337 SHERMAN HAUPT : Cash Hardware Jackson ARK ANSANS SEEKING BEEF CATTLE HERE Motorists Will Junket Through Missouri, Illinois and Iowa. More than a score of Northeast Ar kansas far...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 31 August 1916

normal School, TfflBIJNE PHE WJ H H THE TRIBUNE COVERS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LIKE THE DEW. i THE TRIBUNE'S CIRCULa TION IS THE LARGEST IN CAPE GIRARDEAU, i i i A NEWSPAPER THAT PRINTS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT AND PRINTS IT FIRST THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD, CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI, AUGUST 31. 1916. NUMBER 34. VOL. XY STRIKEBREAKERS AT CHAFFEE WILL OPERATE iTKAINS Sixty Railroad Men Ready to Supplant Union JVorkers . Next Monday. FRISCO EMPLOYING MEN TO BE GUARDS Shoe Factory Will Run Four Days After Strike, Manager Smith Says. The Frisco Railroad has begun mak ing arrangements to operate trains after r.ext Monday, the date set for the general railroad strike. It became known yesterday that this railroad has been quietly employing strike break eers for several weeks in anticipation of the walkout of the union men. The Frisco is constructing quarters at Chaffee, Mo., for the strikebreakers to live in during the early days of trouble. Sixty men. Frisco officials say, are now in Chaffee...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 31 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1916. THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD ETery Friday by THE CAPE GLEAEDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP IS HERE. , The railroad strike will begin next Monday morning and what is to follow remains to be seen. Leaders in Congress have said that legislation which w 111 prevent the walkout connot be enacted before the hour set for the strike arrives. - Cities must wear mourning with the doors of their institutions closed and the hum- of industry must close because the Government is without power to act. . .. - Under President Wilson's legislative program, the United States is now considering its first step toward Government ownership of all the railroads. If Government ownership could prevent the strike, it is to be hoped that this epoch-making law will become effective before next Monday. The crisis brings to the attention of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 31 August 1916

A THE DAILY TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST SI, 1916. I! ROBBER BREAKS INTO H0USESTEALS$18.70 Ray Holmes Finds His Pocket book in Street With Money Missing. Ray Holmes, a driver for C. E. Tinsley, who operates an auto line be tween Cape Girardeau and Allenville, today told how a robber broke into his home at 718 Broadway last night and stole $18.70 from a pocketbook which he had hidden away in a piano upon retiring for the night. The pocketbook contained $18.75, but the robber was good enough to leave him cne jitney. Illl Member Federal Reserve System lll!l!IIIIII!!l!llllll!!l!i!i:illlIllilllllII!lllll!!l!!lll!!l!ll!!IIIIIIi!!ll!ll!II!IIIIllll!IIIII!lllllll!llllllll!U CITY NEWS IN BRIEF John Tlapek yesterday came down to th Cape from St. Mary's on a busi ness trip yesterday. Mrs. M. O. Tanner, Frances and Mary E. Tanner, Bernice and Myra Tanner, all of Sikeston, motored up to the Cape yesterday to visit with rela tives and friends. N. A. Mozley, well-know...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 31 August 1916

4 Tflfi WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNiNfJ, AUGUST SI, 19i6i r AIL CHIEF! mi Several Railroads wdh'f Take Freighter Next Week Shipment; EMPLOYES ORDERED TO STRIKE MONDAV Wilson and Members of Congress Confer on Law to Force Peace. CAN'T AVOID THE STRIKE Leaders Say Needed Law Can not be Passed in Time Wilson Speaks. rSpccial to The Tribune New York, Aug. 29. The New Ha ven Railroad announced tonight that it would receive no perishable freight which cannot be delivered before next Monday morriing. This was taken to indicate that this road has reached the conclusion that the strike will be de clared as already announced. Washington, Aug. 29. The Western railroads are preparing for a strike, it became known tonight when it was learned that they are refusing perish able freight and livestock for ship ment. This notice was issued tonight by the Santa Fe and the Missouri, Kansas & Texas. Washington, Aug. 29. The strike order, issued by the Brotherhood lead ers, g...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 31 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1916. SOW YOUR ALFALFA NOW, SAYS EXPERT i McWHIiarils Tells How T6 Pre pare Soil For Sowing Seed. By C. M. McWilliams, County Farm Adviser. ALFALFA Alfalfa that is to be seeded this fall should be sowed now. From August 15 to September 15 is the best time for seeding in this local ity and the earlier seeding is better than the later. It is too late to get best results in preparing a seed bed for alfalfa now, because of the diffi culty in compacting the soil in time for seeding. Not less than two tons of ground limestone per acre should be applied to the land after it is plowed. The limestone should be worked inip) tnc son by disking and harrowing. On land seeded for the first time inocula tion cither with cultures furnished by the Government on soil from an al falfa field should be used. Alfalfa must be .sowed early enough to allow time for the young plants to root deep enough to largely resist the pulling cause...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. — 31 August 1916

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1916. PRESIDENT MAY SPEAK IN CAPE SEPTEMBER 20 Would Come From St. Louis on Fast Special Train, A La McAdoo. COL. GLENN PLEDGES THE CAPE HIS SUPPORT Wilson Visit Will Mean Second Big Democratic Rally in the Cape. President Wilson may visit the Cape for an address here on Wednesday, September 20 or Thursaay, September 21. He has been scheduled to speak in St. Louis on September 20, and the combined efforts of Southeast Missouri Democrats together with Col. Ed Glenn, who now is in charge of the Democratic State Headquarters in St. Loun, will be put forth to bring him by special train to the Cape after his -j St. Louis speech. This announcement was made yes terday afternoon by Harry E. Alex ander following his return from Jeffer son City and St. Louis where he at tended the Democratic State platform convention and conferred with polit ical leaders Wednesday. "Colonel Glenn told me that Sep tember 20 or 21 is our ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune And The Cape County Herald, The
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