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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

1 Ml DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SARLt 1 1 USISBIISIISIISIISa IRE WEEElf TRIBUME I . . r - mi nn IIIISISIISHSIISIISU VOL-.XVII THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING.. DECEMBER. 19. 1918. i NUMBER 43 4 WILL WAR R. D. HARRISON NOW RECOVERING RAPIDLYJE SAYS Mother Had Premonition He Was Wounded In Ar gonne Battle O. Wilson Now Warming Up For Peace Caucuses BROTHER SENT TO OFFICERS' SCHOOL He Meets Clemenceau And Thinks He's A feoob Han kers To Take Up Irish Sit uation And Sea Freedom With King HUNGER DRAWS THE MAP Major Mabrey Also Wounded In Great American Drive-Sight May Be Gone Robert D. Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Harrison, was wounded in hitt'e in the Argonne on September 26, is rapidly regaining his health, according to a letter re ceded by his parent.-; a few days ago. Mr. and Mis. Harrison learned of their son's injury more than a month before the official report came from the War Department. Robert had written two letters, which were ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIllAJk&EAUrttOUftjrffi peace elmply fw the pnrpose of experiment THer greatest lawyers m the D United States say the Government must pay to the owners the fuJl value C CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE A Timely ffi oc tne nviroa-ds. confiscation ot private property in peace tames would be an usual procedure, and it would be a calamity just now The financial bur den placed upon the nation as the result of the war will not5 be liquidated during the next generation. The officials charged with managing the na t on should seek to re'ievc rather thrji add to the burdens that the people mot bear. Government ownership of railroads has proved a nightmare thus :'ar, and if we can release our grip on the bear's tall,1 the sooner we can do so the better off the railroads juid the nation will be. PublishedlEvery Friday. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. g SUBSCRIPTION RATES ft . . J One . ear.. .... .. Six Months Three Months. ..$1.50 . 80c ... 50c Entered t the Pest Office ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING,. DECEMBER. 19. 1918. "'" ' ' " ' - - ; -------' - - 1 -- - " '"'-' " ' . - ' - - 4 : ! ' - . . . . , jLj 1L " i $25.00 Stolen From W. H. B. Adams :ZI Z - Z Th Umbrella Man : : The hard-earned sayings of W. H. B. Adamr, the umbrella man, anwunting tb $25.00, were stolen recently. The day following the theft Mr. Adams came to our bank and said; "In the future this boy is' going to deposit his money in the First National." Don't wait until the horse is stolen before you lock the barn door. Bring your money to the First National and enjoy National Protection. If Wl si JSainils TEDEttAI. RESERVES" GIH NEWS III BRIEF OU can select jewelry from any jeweler's catalogue and mail us the order. All mail orders receive prompt attention. We guarantee sat isfaction. Hasslinger's Jewelry Shop. Robert A. Lilly, who has been at Camp Cody, N. M., for several months returned to the Cape last Monday night. He received his dis charge ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

THE CAPE tTrjUIcTEATT TBTBtl7E .CAPET GTRATWLAVj m&OVRI,.. TT,1T.Y TrOKNTG... PECEMBCT. 1?. 131?. 4 r-j B, m A&1QNG THE ADVANTAGES OF A H ' TRUST G OM PA NY 4 '.ARE ' ' V CONnNUOuSEJISTENCE,;- . - - ' li :i INVESTMENT EXPEKIEflCE H ' " - STATE SUPERVISION 1 1. , - .- ,j l Ijfadditiou, the highly specialized service of a fiist Company coVis no more 'than that of an indi- .'vidual. , 2 For Iheic reasons, among others, it is more and 4 2n ore becoming the practicc.amon leaders of in- U lluslry and finance to name a trust company as c.x- ! editor and trujlcc. H '. It is well worth your uhile to watch She ncwMC- . '-.'' . . . . . i 1 M ports of th3 fltsppsaJ pi iare esiaiesaua 10 consiu U cr whether itwould nit be to your advantage to M obtain the benefit of our service for your family, ST. LOUIS MARKETS-FARMERS' ADVISED t-i , ,, j whether ycy.;r estate be large or small. fj Tli2 o'h :zcs oi this company will be lai p suit with you on any Trust matter you m ri in mindf" r- fa :: ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORXING,. DECEMBER f 19. 1918. fm,,. .0 i A. i r. i.t4 .. r - 7-- -- - . j rriinSTSXtti; - - - j. . . 'smIj $548.33 There was then read the report of the Superintendent of Streets and Classified Ad vertisin Public Improvements and Parks and Public Property for the month end ing: October. 1918: Streets $433.20 Park 151.80 Wharf 260 TELEPHONE No2 .WANTDD to hear frotn owmver cf good farm fr sale. State casn price, full description. IX F. Buush, Jlinnc.-jiolrs, Minn.. WANTJili Forty aero farm good supply of water; within easy reach of Cane Girardeau. Address K. 7, 'J lie Tribune. J 'gii KENT One or two store rooms on corner of Good Hope and Fred crick Streets, apply to Cha3. Blatt- ' ncr. 247 S. Frederick St. WANTED Bey to learn watchmak ing and jewelry repairing by one ..of the most expert mechanics. Xo tuition fee required; must come weil recommended and of family with! permanent "y located. Address Me chanic Care Tribune. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

THE CAPE qiRiKDEAU TRIBUXg, CAFE GIKABDEAU. MISSOURI, . FRIDAY iI02ITINGy. DECEMBER. 19. 1918. I TRAPPERS and HUNTERS ATTENTION We are handling more Coon, Mink, Muskrat, Opossum and Other RawFur than ever before. We have been buying Raw Fur for a number of years and we pay a good price for all grades. Ship or bring us your furs now while prices are good. We are receiving large consignments daily by ex press and parcels post. PARTS Cape Girardeau, Mo. 207 Broadway. :-: Phone 175. Miss Grace Ii-.iHinjror. whc has i the week, been visitinjr relatives in hU city,1 Mr. Hern Sand is visaing rcla rtturnrd to New Mr.drid the first of; tivi-s in St. Louis tli work. i JU I.U-.J A Man s Gift From A Mans Store Wouldn't It Be Sure To Please Him? Ours is an exclusive men's store. We carry a great variety of things men buy for themselves like and find use for. . Silk Shirts, Mufflers, Sweaters, Socks, Bathrobes, Underwear, Ties, Handkerchiefs. iiV-I nvrk Ban GOFER'S 629 Good Hope GLOVES! GLOVES! G...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

THE' CAFE GIRAIIDEATJ TRIBUNE. CAFE GIRARPFAp. JTirlJFJ.- .; FjRJPA?; JJOEWISG.." Pr'-r.XF,!:.. 3C 23' Jyw,;L;v.V3 , tfed to know tkt3 who have alreadv ?) It' coaqusrad 'byltkeii- goodas. ' V Create the Joyous Spirit of Christinas. f Thu:-, Fans, by my voice, acclaims and T'ys ;t your fee';, iadame. Prolong it through the years witn au 'an record s of ;L; j-i.;L:!i:uc an! its j. ! - o' (-1 pr r. i .c-.-.s ifi'i .'t i will: dcp eulo gy j tiy;i csniiu! wclc. ::":; tcdav K. ;i. t.- ! is; in t.-H'tc-.l K i i.-ii'.Lfj wi-i ha- rr : -a -.1 I It -'.:r c.i ;m'' t.i-.- cz. Lbf rfy. v. i)l ;earl. .n it3 annai;- the da I a 13! 3 UNLESS you choose The Brunswick as your family's phonograph you lim it their selection of records. Each member of your family has personal preferences. Each likes cextaiu singers, certain bands, certain orchestras, certain instrumental features. .: A one record phonograph can not satisfy all these preferences because the different record makers control different artist...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 December 1918

tars.. -it. -i? .- . w Hatft 7rArvvAtT "'rtTRrrNTP "r-ipu1 rm a tjtye a rr MTecnrrbf SS3 "Cra4RDEAtj . TRIBUNE, CAFE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING,. DECEMBER. 19. 1918. x:. lIllMtH UlUUIIIIIIUU 3 C ; t 3 I I 3 t : i E i B e 1 E s I I i E ! ! H s cs i I. III. 111 Til lit! miimi m.miif.iitlliiim.,,,,,nll.r,tni,,...i,,,m ilU....J........lllinillI...l....U..UIIi....U t 5 your la I F: ' 4 -iMata. or aittk . V i mrt button, too, when roir feu WEAR THAT Off 'is : ! yotrfetn. Vf t YQUR CQAT. Red Cf os workert have de fio(tf inttructions not to encour age any one: to join more than once. The work of the Red Cross must go on it will go on, and you must make it possible. This is Red Cross Week. It is the only opportunity you will have to join the Red Cross, for the year 1919, or to re new your old member ship. . As soon as you join and get your flag, put it in the front window of your home let all the world know you are a member of that great organization of humanity and that you are pro...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

Horn1 fr!ll!lill!llllll!lllllnl F llll jjjj THE TRIBUNE WISHES YOU A JIB VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS mi mi Il!!IIII(ill!lIlIlilliil! IreEIIIIsllllsllIIEIIIlslIilslllSfl 1 I I Eight Pages 1 1 i!SIIIIIISIIIll!SSIIil ME W; H H -I ..." -v V0L:XV1I THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORXIXG DECEMBER, 2.3. 1918 NUMBER 4 ! MM TRIB BILLION BILL PASSES XM AS SERVICES WILL BE HELD BY CAPE CHURCHES Mayor Permits One Sermon Al Each Home Of Wor ship, But Ceremony Is Curtailed FLU EPIDEMIC IS SUBSIDING SOME Salvation Army Will Oislributf Baskets To City's Poor-Elks T Assist The Christmas services at the var ious churches in Cape Girardeau will tia he as elaborate, as they usually a-ie. The ban that is placed on cer . ta n kinds of public services on ac count of influenza make it Impossible for the Sunday schools and the churches to have their usur.1 Christ-ma-, entertainments and cantatas. However, ma?t pf the churches a Kiven bovnv will have short services j sometime during...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI,- WEDNESDAY MOR'TIIsG DECEMBER. 25, 1913 CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE Published Every Friday. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. One Year $1.50 Six Months SOc Three Months 50c SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Month..... Single Copy... 20c 05c Entered at the Post Office at Cape Girardeau, JIo., u Second Cass Matter. THEY LIE IN FRANCE WHERE LILLIES BLOOM They lc ii France Where iiil.es bloom; The: na.e That guard oath tonui Are saintly souls That smiling stand Clu-.c by them in That martyred land, nd mutclv intrc the long nifc-h: shadows ueop 1-W.i iuiet bills vo mourn for them who sduen, While flci tiu-m thioiign t"v dusk go s-emly The gihving clouds that sW.y drift to sea, nd aieiv loinal them moaned the Winter wind !;uent mr, sounds so eoiaij, mu. SENATOR REED AS THE WATCH DOG. .Senator Reed, who was chairman of the Senate Committee's inquiry into the sugar famine, a short time ago, a'most broke op the meeting when Ire interrupted the testimony given ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

THE CAPE CIRAPwDEAU TRIBUNE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORNING.. DECEMBER, 2.", 191S JO JEFFRESON HOME A WILD FOWL REFUGE 39 STUDENTS AT COLLEGE HAVE FLU 22SIE as May the Spirit of Freedoin lead our friends to great happiness and pros perity throughout the coming year. First Natiomal Basils FEDERAL BESEHVS" CITY NEWS IN BRIEF and two children, Billy an( C. L. Jr., I has taken up his old position as man and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Luer and'ager of the Hammond iiiocory co, two children, SJal'ry and Frances, do Mrs. Jo.ph Johnson and son Jesse of FruitJand are spending the Christ mas holidays with H. C. Eurns and family at the Acquamsi Hotel. J. L. McLain of Oriole, who has been in the aviation corps at Long Island, N'. Y., as motorcycle dispatch er, returned to his home, discharged from the strvice, last Monday. J. L. Singleton of Egypt Mills re turned home from Camp Grant, near Springfield, 111., last Sunday. Barrett Cotner left Sunday for St. Louis, where he went on business. O...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

I t t i TftE CAfcE GrftARDEAtJ TSlBUlECAfE 6lRAftt)fiAtJ,imS30tISt, TWSDNtSDAt -'MORNING DECEMBER. 5. 1915 "3SSC If. t 4 - AMONG THE ADVANTAGES OF A TRUST GOMPANY - ARE -CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE, r INVESTMENT EXPERIENCE J STATE SUPERVISION Z In addition, the highly specialized service of a Trust Company costs no more than that of an indi vidual. For these reasons, among others, it is more and iiorc becoming the practice among leaders of in dustry and finance to name a trust company as ex ecutor and trustee. Z It is well worth your while to watch the news re Tports of the disposal bf large estatesand to consid er whether ft w. oil Id not be to your advantage to obtain the bcncfiC of our service for your family, whether your estate be large or small. The ofiiczrs of this company will be glad to con ;sult with you on any Trust matter you may have Lin mind. Southeast Missouri Trust Go. Capital and Surplus $600,000.00. ' ' . $2170.30 There was then re4 th report, of the Superintendent o Stre...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

THE CAES GlftAEDEAU TRIBUNE, -APE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORXIXG DECEMBER, 23, lftlfc T ' Classified Advertising TELEPHONE No. 2 ..WANTED to hear from ownwer of good farm for sale. Slate cash price, full description. D. l Buush, Minneapolis, 3Iinn. i WANTED Forty acre farm with good supply of water; within easy reach of Cape Girardeau. Address X. 7, The Tribune. i'OIi RENT 0 ae or twostorFroon-.s on corner of Good Hope and Fred crick Streets, apply to Chas. Blatt ncr. 247 S. .Frederick St. WANTED Boy to learn watchmak ing and jewelry repairing by one ..of the most expert mechanics. No tuition fee required; must come well recommended and of family permanent'y located. Address Me chanic Care Tribune. GET A BUSINESS of your own. Little money needed. Why work for oth-irs? :Kane Mfg. Co., Smith Bidg. Seattle., Wash. Sv CITY COUNCIL. SALESM EN" Splendid opportunity for the man seeking to better him self. Advertising calendars and novelties. Liberal commission prop osiion. Selling ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

".r-SfrW wis TRAPPERS and HUNTERS ATTENTION We are handling more Coon, Mink, Muskrat, Opossum and Other Raw Fur than ever before. We have been buying Raw Fur for a number of years and we pay a good price for all grades. Ship or bring us your furs now while prices are good. We are receiving large consignments daily by ex press and parcels post. APT PARTS .. Cape Girardeau, Mo. 207 Broadway. :-: Phone 175. - , AX ORDINANCE RF.-Sl BI)1YTI- ING BLOCKS THREE (3) AND, FOUR (4) IN MATTESON Tt'ft RACE IN THE CITY OF CAPE GIRAi'tDEAF AND ACCEPTING THE PLAT OF THE CITY EN- GINEER WHICH SHOWS THE, said Matteson Terrace. RE-SUBDIVIDING OF SAID. ; It Ordained by the City Coun LAND. ti! of the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, a- follows: Whereas, it appears that the cityj Section 1. The plat hereto .attach of Cape Girardeau, by Ordinance No.j od, prepared by the city engineer of 1104, passed and approved on July :!rd, by the terms of which ordinance part of North street was vacated and certain g...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

THE CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE. CAFE GrRARDEAU, UlgSOtJI?!. TTEDNT.SDAY. MORNING DFXEII.BErTso, 1913 Council (Conlitiucd from 1: st week) Section 1.. Instalment Merchant. (::) Ujvn every ;r.stalltnr at mcr ilum.t $:jUM cr annum cf S,i5.U Tor very t months. No license to be is ; urtl for ies. than G month i. b) Every person, firm or corpor tion that sel's goods, wans or mer chandise by sample for delivery at seme future dale, whether said goods .are- sold on installment or to be paid for at a specified time, shall be dcern d an instalment merchant. Sect on 'JO. Peddlers, (a) Certain Persons Declared to be Fiddlers. Whoever shall deal in the celling of patents, patent rghts, patent or other medicines, lightning rods, goods, wares or merchandise except pianos, j organs, sewing machines, books,) charts, maps and stationery, agricul tinal and horticultural products', in tluditijr milk, butter and cirgs, and cheese, by going about from place to place to soil the same, is declared to ic a nedd...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 December 1918

i' ST. LOUIS MARKETS ESS 2S PI 223 THE CAPE GJRA.KDSAU .TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY MORNING DI-XF.MBF,R. '23, J SIS 7 SAFETY FIRST C. E. B. GREETINGS To you the pleasure we derive from -the cordial business rela tions existing between us. May we wish you and yours A. Merry Christmas, and A Most Prosperous New Year. Gape Exchange Bank CONGRESS IN JAM AS PEACE COMES (Continued from Paga 1.) opportunity to slvo their own trou ble.; before the responsible heads of U.o Natio-i decide that tin-re are any tthor U-s!; affecting the human family. either 'ban telegraph, tele phonos and raili- ads. The Pres'd'.'nt before he left, pa:; d this particular buck to Congre-. Mr. McAdao has t l.t-n p the r.V'road problem, and lo deflate;; that He believes "that a five year lest" will. give the AmerYan people the right to answer regarding gov-vnment ccniro or ownership. Mr. ?urlo.-on argues for government ownership- of the wire liner,, an,; tells h w many' Istnia. tor Genera's ad voca...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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