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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 April 1914

CAPS NOBMAL SCHOOL lie mftmme AND THIS CAVE COUNTY HKKALl) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER-ABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FIT FOR. ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TO READ CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, APRIL 24, 1914 Number 17 Volume XVI DOESN'T IT MAKE YOU A BIT PANICKY? Only Nine DaysMore inWhich to Win the Valuable Farm or Handsome Piano Help to Boost Your Favorite to the Top by a Year or Two's Sub scription to the Tribune ADMIRAL FLET CHER ISSUES DOCUMENT Takes Control of Vera Cruz and Calls on Good Citizens to Co-operate TOWING PONTOON BRIDGE THROUGH PANAMA CANAL GET THE BIG YOTES NOW NO CIVIL INTERFERENCE Full Protection is Guaranteed AH Who Are Engaged in Peace ful Pursuits Doesn't it make you a bit panicky to tliink of it? Wouldn't you like to (jet hack sonic of thiit lost time, some of those, precious moments you have wasted? Think! Within the next nine days the proat Tribune free I'O-acrc farm imd piano contest will be over. It is not too late yet for an active candidate to net busy and win out. Make ...

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. — 24 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD RS'Ji!fira!fiSS'.;!fi!3;!fiS5ai!fifiaiS!fi'f Local ard Personal i-.ldli I- i f j I if v : M e'l i I wa- r M s. i'. I!i t n J I if ( 'unit lii r.-vilie ! in ! !n- ( '; pe mi :i hii-im -s t fi ( ' - Ii. (drill ni I'riiii.i. II'., is tralis neting 'm-ii , .- in tin- Ciiju- tl.ii wc k. I.. S. II: 1--of D.i.Woli, hi., litis lMi-iii- in tin- C-.j'i- this week. .lull!, Snipes and wife nf O.-ci ola wire Cape vi-il,,r- Monday. W. I,. Surf,,!-, Cape visitor M Ml. (, m was a! !:- 1 i ll. ,. - i,,' K. St. Louis hail liiinin -s in tin- Cjt.e M.niilay. W. I-. Mel'. it i f P. rryvilio paid the C::pi- a ini-iiu.-s visit Muinlay. (I. i:. Peterson ami Mr.-. .1. K. I'ltel-i.li iilnl children, of Oak Itidge, were Cape visitors Monday. A. .1. ( niil. of Arbor is in tin Cape on a 1 iii ; trip. V. H. Stout of San Antonio, Tex., i- in tin- Cape thi we.-k on a bu-i-n r trip. II I'.. At In 1 1 on i.f lil .ua was in the Cap" Molality ill a liil-iness fl'iji. I. 1...

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. — 24 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD The Civic 1 mprovomcnt lire doing sotno (front work. Vim noticed the number of luils ami vamtit lots that nr .ciigue I In vi' flower i mi Do not. livp for self nhmc; pludy the hapiincss of your friends and help the needy and deserving. -O Hev. J. ,1. Clopton will deliver a Stereopticon Loot tiro in Christ's Pro testant Kpiscopal Church Thursday tiigiht at S p. in. Subject: "The Life of .lcsu, nml tho Apostolic Church." No admission. Hciiutiful I The Final Wind-Up-A Fitting Climax to I I THIS GIGANTIC I made Hint cleaned up nroiiml town? O- Tlir Ladies Aiil of tho Maptist Church will meet Tuesday afternoon it the residence of Mrs. (icorge Summers on Illlis street. O pictures nt.rl hymns. mi arc invited. Tin' Christ Church nml St. Agnes Cuihls will mrrt Tuesday afternoon with Mr.". II. ('. Ya".Tiii on (iood llopp Street. - o- Thr Cemetery Association held a meeting Moiulay aftrrnoon, at t lie residence of Mrs. Dcmpsoy on Themis strcit. 0-...

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. — 24 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CaPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE and Tin: caim; (oi nty kikai.d. I' very Friday ly Tin-: cm':; cikakiwaV pnyjsniNG company. A I'I'I.H I I 'N 1 i: :.M i; . - -!' r i. - V. A I II. H AT Till: I'.'.-T III IK 1: . ri.MUMi. om; dollar per year in advance Where will you find a man always grateful, always nffeet'mn ate. never scll'isii, pudiing the abnegation of self to t lie utmost limits of po.-ihility , feu get f ul of inhuiie.--. and mindful, only of lienefils id ci i d? Seek him not; it would In- a useless task; 1 m t lake tlie fir-; dog you meet and I' nun t!. motm nt he adopts you tor lus ii'.a-iiT vim will find liim ad these qualities, lie will love you witliout e.dtichtt ion. His greatest happiness will be to lie near you. and should you lie iedu"d to beg yuiir hrcae!, not only will l.e aid you. Ii;t will not abandon you to follow a kins; to I is pala c. Your friends may quit you in misfortune. but your dot; will remain: he will die at your It...

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. — 24 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD LIST OF REAL ESTATE TRANS FERS FILED FOR RECORD DIKING WEEK ENDING APRIL 18, 1911. V.. 7,. Hi'l tn Edxvanl HilttegL'cr, warrant v, '.!!). :;7 acres I ;irt sec. 11., Tp. Xi'., Hamrc Lb JJd'..'.'.i V. T. YcTbryck to Anan.-t Sit v rs warranty, Lots E! to 32 in''., Hle I 2, Morgan's :51 uddii, .Jackson. $:(''. Wm. K. Rankin to John Podi nb r- rv wiirratit v. 'JO acres, nil Section. township or range given. S MOO James C. ClipjmrJ to Danii 1 Lai"'. : Q. Claim Roaihvay in Survexs ,'2ii. ' 32."., Tp. 32 X., K. MB.,- S1.M0., Kilwanl J. Fischer to W. P. Rum- i frit, warranty, SO acres part Sec. , 7 ami IX. Tp. 33, R. 1 L-SlbOO.OO j Trustee's 1st Haptist Church Cape j in (', W. Kchack. warranty. Lot 4, , Normal Avenue Place Cnpe.-mo j .'N'0 William Kwald to Mrs. T. C. Perkins, warranty, 10 acres on Mis sissippi River, no land No. given. $500.00 O. J. Peiscnbicldor to Daisy Wal lace, warranty Lot . Mock 2, Hg. D. Hainan's AIln. Cape. S.'iOO.OO O. ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 April 1914

WAR WITH MEXICO NOT PROBABLE President Slates That United States Will Not Go to War With Mexico ISSUE WITH HUERTA ALONE 1 A i f - J No Intention or Desire on Tart of I nited states to hngage Sister Republic in War Washington, April 21. On account f Opposit inll of tl.C Sl'tUtte to ill,' form of tin' joint resolution in which President Wilson's purpo-Vs were :i p proved as it passed the house last night, action of the army ad navy tending to force llucrta to salute the flag, was held up early today. The president refus, 8 to order Tampieo anl Vita Cruz to he seized nr any other .-teps to lie taken, look ing to reparation for the arrest of American Blue Jackets at Tampieo, pending the expression of approval from Congress. Till' House resolution Was discussed lirietiy in a midnight session of the senate, in which several members of that organisation expressed their ! jectioiis to directing the blame in dividually to llucrta. A suhstitu lion resolution was agreed upon by the Foreign del...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 April 1914

THE CAl'E WEEKLY. TRIM NE AND CAPE COUNTY 1IEUALI) MARINES BOARDING TRANSPORT FOR MEXICO THE REBELS GIVE NOTICE OF ATTACK CONTINUE TO SEIZE PORT OF VERA CRUZ WIN Badger Has Instructions to Vttack Monterey and Capture Hctrhc-r Act s Yilh;rjt Waiting Outposts Fight I las Last- on Wrangling Senate to Notiiy All Concerned hiyil Hours Ahead id Three Days Settle Wording ttrci "If 1 M ' SHIPS OFF TAMPICO BAY ".... rt.Ctla irk frAnr nrtA linMoMn HDERTA'S CIRCLENARROWS ACTION UPSETS HUERTA viuu jiina 111 vsiutri aim jtiuiiauic Time Spent (n Perfecting Men in Their Deadly Duties j i (W.Nf Nrv.a Fcrvit-iv I ! On Board lattloship Arkansas on 1 High Sea, via Wireless to Key Wtst, : Fla.,- April 22. Eight hoars' notic-? ; will bo given by Kiar Admiral IJati Jie.", ' commander of iho Atlantic fleet, be fore attacking any Mexican port. Orders to tills tt'fect were received by the fleet's commander from Wash ington. Kmr Admiral iladgcr'a fleet Is now1 at anchor off the coast of Tampieo, and the offi...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 24 April 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD oooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc FILL OUT THIS BLANK ami niiiil or bring it to Tlir Tribune office at once. Blank. Good (or 5,000 Votes. 1 nominate Address as a eandidite in The Tribune's Great Free Farm anil Piano Content. My name is '. Address The name and address of people making nominations need not necessarily he divulged. Only a limited number of nomina tion will he accepted. It is understood that for each candidate nominated only one nomination coupon which entitle the candidate so nominated to 5,0(H) votes, will he accepted ly the Contest Manager. OO00O00000000000O030000CXJOO0O00O00000000000000000000O I SUMMER A FEW HOURS AWAY You need a vacation outing just as much in Winter as you do in Summer-perhaps more. A few hours in one of our magniflcient all-steel trains will land you in The Winter Resorts of Florida or The Texas Gulf Coast In either of these winter playgrounds, you will find a balmy, invigorating climate, co...

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

M'.. !MU. SCHOOL 7-2A-II 8 310 AND THIS CAPE COUNTY 1IKHAIJ) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FIT FOR ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TO READ Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MAY 1, 1914 Number 18 TWO DAYS OF THEGREATFREE FARM CONTEST NEW INCORPOR ATION FORMED IN OUR CITY Bee Store Has Been Organ ized Into Stock Company Business Enlarged. BOARD FAILS TO AWARD CONTRACT New Teachers Selected and Bids for Construction of New School Received. HUERTA AGREES TO ARBITRATE WAR QUESTION State Department is Official ly Notified that the Dic tator is Ready. STOCKMAN HAS VERY NAR BOY CAPTURED IN CAPE AND TAKEN HOME ROW ESCAPE No One In Race So Sure of Winning (hat They Can Pause for a Minute. WHO WILL BE WINNERS? Spend all Your Time From Now Until Close Getting the Big Subscriptions. But three full working days until close of contest. There is no ono in thin race so sure of winning that they can even pause for a moment. Lot everyone K't busy instantly ami lose not one single moment of ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 1 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIIWXK AND CAPE COUNTY HERAT, I) PUBLIC LIBRARY JHEETING HELD Many Intcreslintf Spcct lies Made Commending the Work Now .so Actively in Progress CAMPFIRi: PEOPLE BUSY Everybody Interested and Enthus iastic and Success of Movement is an Assured Fact The Public l.ilr:iry meeting :it the Court Ibmsc l:it ii iu lit was intcr rsting and enthusiastic. There seemed to lie iki tloul't in ii 1 1 body's mind t tint Cape llir.irdeau could lifivf a Library ami nil 'hat talked of at the meeting was a plan for getting it. Mr. A. II. lliiirlu'.v, acting as chairman, opened the meeting with u good talk making as his main point, that while we have lx-t 11 so firogressivc along every other line, we have fallen way behind in the failure to provide a I'ulilie Library, lie said that as secretary of the ('oni mereial Club he has often lieen very inueh embarrassed wlien, after hear ing him recite the hum li.-t of things of which we are so proud, our fine schools and rhiirihis, our miles o...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 1 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) CAPE COUNTY HERALD RFUGEES BREAKING CAMP AT FORT BLISS, TEXAS SCHOOL BOARD COLORADO STRIKE RE SEMBIES WAR POLICE ARREST AL LEGED BRASS THIEF RE HELD UP BY SOLDIERS HOLDS IMPORT ANT MEETING When Arrested Had Large (Quantity of IJrass in His Possession. KANE MAKES ARREST Thought to Have Been Operating in Vicinity for Sometime Other Officials Interested. Tri from Capital City is Several New Teachers Km- Stale Troops are Hurried In ployed and Salaries to the Trouble Zone arc Also Raised. Near Trinidad. THILENIUS QUOTES LAW MINERS GO TO MEET THEM fid lip and Passengers Arc Insulted. RUNG IN CITY OF MEXICO s , ship With Aeroplane Equip- jnt Joins Badger's Fleet Llaas is Closely Watched. I I'W.Nf N v.s Sirvl.M. i Cruz, April 25 After a thrllV Iff in from .Mexico v ity, In which tlwere repeatedly held up by fed- troops, hissed und insulted, 150 lean, British and German refu j have arrived here. Bpeclul train from the capital was in two sections. Eight miles out e...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 1 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AM) THi: CAPK COUNTY HKRAI.l). Every Friday by THE CAPK GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. AITIU-n." I'll lAlllV AS SICnMl CLASS M A TIT l AT TIIK POST OFFICE at 1-api; ;ii( Ainu w , mo., itnpim;. ONE DOLLAR P E R YEAR IN ADVANCE et: km M v oi l li l:liS. ( ( C.. i Pr... C !i Tr.-: Sir .. 'u! A.lr i r: p. c ( I, rl. i l'r,--i.lm.: 1 1 1 -1 I' -t r..-t W..H.I In-lii--I)ikii.:iv l.r.-i S.I,.,.. I Sup. rn I iirni A'H i-- t . .In. In.- dr. u.t Oil,. ... I N.-i . M II nin.r. N-.-l.v- I ' r -, ( :i.i' I . I I- .1 Chi rl. . ! Mm , I. II. ,.'ii.. r. ( i. I . S. lliii-r, til '.. 'i.pf I , .1 K. I'til.m.-ll, II ('. In i-Hn r, . . J.. M P. mi, A It.iWlTK. 'i H. S.li...-n, ( I -jnditui 1 1 ."-1 . HI . M. ). Sin lion, ; liiiiiiitv, .1. .i.i.l.n, 1.. iiii.ipi, W nli Ji.rl Jill k-. .11 .Ii,rk-..n .III! k-,.i hit I- 'in .l. k...n .l:i.-K-..li .Lukonii k lli.U'.' rtlotn illt- (':ip. ( .ir:iril-atl ':ti (, itiir.lt-i.il 'h. I iiriir.l'...

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. — 1 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD PRESIDENT WIL- AMERICANS TO ! FIFTH BRIGADE SONHOPESFOR BE ALLOWED; HAS REACEED EARLTPEACE TO LEAVE VERA CRUZ Strong Belief that Arbitrators Mexican Officials are to Per- Big Force of Men Now Avaii Can Bring Order Out of mit Our Citizens to Get able at the Scene of the Present Chaos. Out of Capital. , War Operations. BIG DEDICATION IN ILLMO LAST SUNDAY ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc I- Large Number of Cape People Attend Dedication of New Lutheran Church. I?ff: ORGAN IS NOT INSTALLED ! CONGRESS STILL IN DOUBT SEVEN HUNDRED THERE MILITARY ZONE WIDENED '-' .. ''iJl F9. Ktv 5- r. ; , . ,r Lto-i ' , I.. ' " Is? iii - . V . . ' , . .V , i, ... ,.. . Sermons Preached in Ho(!i Eng lish and German in Celebra tion of the Event. Sunday was a gala day fur the Lutherans (if Scott (Nullity. A l;iy long desired l.y that faithful little band of Lutherans. It was tho !ay of tin; dedication i f their new home of worship. Their old church building wh...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 1 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD John l'l; C':i'i' iMt. (t. 11 Hi' i. r M.'i. M I:iv Chall .11. I., bll-ir.l : - II. i: i; i- in lli .1 A ('.! IP. Il.r C:.l. .1. ..hi;,-, M, Ark. ill: 1" nulla, Mini:., nil- I I M - ii 1 1 i i I m-ii. .1 Hill-: in tin I). M. in tli- (' nip. .1. C in tli.' ( :il':lil'-'. of '"I"- :i . 1 1' ll.i, i!:iy. A(! ji I rale :; , -;,;.t Mm: I ii.u l-m-ini -.- Mi-amor M. MHO 1. IV l.tt.lV I.niiif pnsed down ;. ii. i tie ii'u .1 I'.i' Satin 11. A. 1: I. lllll.o had I tlsitlOSS I., r .ini-i I 1 .(.III." WHS I r.ii.l i. . : i- i.-it I.. I.. (V .1 ,l ;u rf -h.v ltttn.it was n Steamer Roes Leo passed up Sunday with n full piisi'iijiiT list ntnl n big cargo. W. btisine Sci.M iii the i.f IN .pliir BliilT Saturday . lui.l Mr. unil Mrs. C N. Noisier if t. I.ouii were Cupc visitor Saturday. Kali-i.-i l. on :i .ill:).' :ipe Illmo fpi lit l.il.i: f 1 r City Infill. . Monday .llill('.-. J. C. Norrid of Ftixieo ciiinc to the Cape Monday to i.ttiml to m.iiio bus...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 1 May 1914

CAFE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND ( APE COl'NTY HERALD SOCIETY I Mr. and Mrs. George Patton arc in St. Louis doing t licir Spring shopping. O The Chri.-t Church Guild mcct this afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Holit. Matteson. o Mrs. Kate Schniukc passed thru the Capo Tuesday on her way to North Dakota where she will make a lengthy visit with her son Al Schniukc. O The Hoys of St. Vineent's Parochial, school will present the drama" Tom Playfair" Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, at the Parochial hall. The proceeds will go to the Sisters of St. Vincent's Academy, as the boys offering for the celebration of their Diamond Jubilee, in June. Everyone is invited. Admission will be 10 cents. There is wide variety in white material to wear with contrasting coats a little later. White taffetas, moire, gabardine, serge, prunella and crepe will combine well with coats of taffeta, faille or golfine. Are you making cretonne doilies? If not, then you are not in the fashion at all, as they are quite the rage ...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 1 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD 3000000000000 00OO0G0O0OO00OOOOO)OOOO0O0OOO FILL OUT THIS BLANK lunl mail or bring it to The Tribune office nt oner. Blank. Good (or 5,000 Votes. I nominate Address as u candidate in Tin Tribune's Contest. My iiiinio is Addrcss The name nml address not necessarily le divulg"d. tiona will lie incepted. It in understood that for each nomination coupon which entitles 5,000 votes, will ho accepted by ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I SUMMER IS ONLY I j A FEW HOURS AWAY j I You need a vacation outing just as much in Winter I 2 as you do in Summerperhaps more. A few hours in i one of our magnificicnt all-steel trains will land you in I The Winter Resorts of Florida or The Texas Gulf Coast I In either of these winter playgrounds, you will find a balmy, invigorating climate, coupled with hunting, fishing, surf-bathing, sailing and a hundred other outdoor sports. Drop in and see me. I will bejglad to figure out your trip, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 8 May 1914

11 it AND TIIK CAPE COUNTY IIKHAIJ) AN. INDtfPENEiENT NEWSPAPER-ABSOLUTELY CLEAN AND FIT FOH ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TO READ Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MAY 8, 1914 Number 19 an 1 -i -v -r CITY COUNCIL HOLDS REGU LAR MEETING Many New Improvements Arranged for Other Im portant Matters Up. NO DAIRY INSPECTOR Prof. Lewis Makes Interesting Talk in Support of Measure Without Avail. There was a meeting of the City Council held at the Court House Monday night where matters of vary ing degrees of importance were taken up. Some of the more important ones were slighted, and others of an immaterial nature were dwelled on at great length. The proposals for the improment of Themis and Ellis streets were referred to the Judiciary committee with instruc tions that proper steps bo taken in the matter, and the matter of broad ening Harmony Alley to 40 feet from West End Boulveard was referred to the Street and Wharf committee. The petition that Water mains be laid on Bloomfield from Pacifi...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 8 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD ' -... ; " t . t a .k rr LUCY VAN GIL DER TAKEN VERA CRUZ IS HVrv. ...AN ARTILLERYMEN WORKING A F1ELDPIECE FACING FOOD SHORTAGE -,-t :. -:::.!rrrr TO HOSPITAL i I L i, . w .'.1.1 Si; 1 '--al Sti .53 mwr m Tampico is Also Threatened with FamineFood Sour ces are Cut Off. SUPPLIES SENT FROM U. S. Governor Threatens Death to Any Persons Supplying CityVi With iTovisions.idgn (WNf Nt-w Service.) Vera Cruz, Mexico, May 4. The fall of Tampico Into rebel hands, which just cow Is considered a some what remote possibility, owing to the strength of the federal force there, ad the strategic position It holds, might help the food situation there and In Vera Crus, where It is becom ing more and moTe serious! - fust now the only supplies reach' ,t yera Crus are coming from the small ranches near enouglT'to the city Cor owners to feel assured of Ameri can protection. Score of natlvel car eying eggs and milk arrive dally, b'ul this jgppjr Is absorbed alm...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 8 May 1914

THBrtAfE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD v PRESIDENT PLANS TO BE PREPARED STRIKERS OB JECT TO DISARMAMENT Arbitration Negotiations Arc ; Colorado Strikers Insist Up Likely to Fall Through ! on Retaining Their At Any Time. , Weapons. KID BELMONT, MOTOR DOME FIEND,ISHURT Hurled from Machine While Making Ninety-Miles-a-Minute Hide. CLEAT GRAIG- BOY PROVES LOW FIGHTS HERO IN MINE WITH OLD MAN DISASTER STEAMER SIBER IA IS REPORTED TO BE SINKING HUERTA WOULD SALUTE DISARMAMENT DISCUSSED INJURIES NOT SERIOUS CRAIGLOW IS JAILED MINERS THOUGHT D E A D 1 500 PASSENGERS ONBOARD Secretary of State Says Huerta's Agreement to Armistice Now Unnecessary. is Regulars Take Up Work of Pacili- . ! - K L'unnlnHllnri tVfllltlQ. cation by Supplanting Militia men no Leave Aone. I WNf Nws SVr li o ) Washington, May 2. That Presi dent WUhoii intends to be ready if per manent peace with Mexico should not result from the present mediation ne gotiations was indicated by the re quest that (he appropriation...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape weekly tribune. — 8 May 1914

THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CATE COUNTY HERALD. Every Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. rni Ti"N it it r.M iiV as turns' i ci..v AT t'Al'l'. (.IHAliDi: VI , V MATTKIt AT Till: P S T OHK I'. ., ikniusii. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ( MM. MUM V 'l IK i:ks. ( I.I It. ( , II. II.. .1 . ... .1.. IT, .1:.. I.- I; IT IT. , 1 i'-i I uri . .l.i'k-i Ol!.. . I'r.'l . l !.!. I Cum -II. .1. . T. M ii. Ii.. ii"i, .ir.iH. MtUtlll iitueli nil in. i A.K .- l .. ii.. ,1 w- lii M.I..I: ;. . ,.l M. 1'..., I .M.. IIIIMV i;i .I'lt.'inry ,. ::i I i l.r-.i.ir I..!;', in M:.v, th VI, ....!-. in Al.nl !.il:i; IT-l ( I .! l I. II.M'IMV (i. 1 . i,i ( '.init In i -. ( Tip, .1 I . ( TiI.im .1 Ii . Kit ii IT, . I. M. limii. . . . . A. II. .wi r.-. I i: . . I. I!. S. h. .. Ii. (.. . M. C. sli'lt.ni. ( ii i' l It (i. l,n,l,. , (Ti,i- ( .1. .iml-n. f ni'i- I .. II nil' i . I "l"' I ii-:i'i . , . V lililim IT.fir. .I;.i'.. i ; II. liink", liii.o iit...

Publication Title: Cape Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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