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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBl'NE, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI.
In Hpilo of (ho inclemency of the
weather there was quite a large at
tendance at the meeting of the Wed
nesday club held at the Normal.
In the absence of the president and
vice-president, Mrs. John Sackman
was chairman of the meeting.
Mrs. L. H. Houck read a letter
and the reports on the tuberculosis
question this club is walking on so
vigorously, showing how many ore
lost to this disease each year and
the way it enn be prevented. The
ladies have accepted the offer of Dr.
Miller of the state board to present
an illustrated lecture on this subject,
thereby giving the people in general
some idea of the immense amount
of good that can be accomplished
with just a little care.
Mrs. Maker was leader. Mrs.
Kotitkv read a paper on "W'o-
Tin- Wednesday Club, federated
with both the National and State
Federations is a society the Cape
should well feel proud of. These
women have taken up subjects of
great interest to the men as well
as the women, and have their un
mistakable worth demonstrated in
every branch of their work. It is
an educational treat to be present
at one of the meetings which are
held every two weeks at the Normal,
and hear the various papers read
by the members of this club.
The meetings of the society are
taking up 1.1 minutes earlier this I
year than last, and this time is given .
to the study of the laws of the State
of Missouri for Women and Children, j
Five minutes is devoted to the re- j
ports on Nation Conservation work j
after which another live minutes is
'given to discussing these matters, i
I The ofheers of the year are Airs.
; John Himmelberger. president; Mrs.
secret arv; Mrs. John
David A. Glenn, President
Dr. O. K. Foster, Vice-President
L. S. Joseph. Cashier
0. S. Summers, Asst. Cashier
W. (). Tiowmitn, Asst. Cashier
II. Hrenmcrman, Saving Dept.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOURI
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solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings
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friends of Mrs. II.
man s entrance into and posit ion in n. i . Davis,
Industrial Competition." I Anna Dierson,
Mrs. H.ivdcn gave n very interest- Sackman. corresponding secretary ; Mrs
in criticism on Olive-Schrernie's. "Wo-' D. Hawkins, treasurer
man anil Labor."
Miss Marseton was then called
upon to give her ideas of the sub
jects of the afternoon which she ex
pressed no thoroughly, including the i
man's side of the question as well
as the woman's and showing the
many stumbling blocks the women
of today have to contend with be
cause she is a woman.
Miss Shilling gave s short talk on
the subject, and as Mrs. Armantrout
who was to have read "Woman an
I'nr gnized Factor in Kconomic-
lise" was unable to be present the
meeting was adjourned.
The manv friends of Mrs. H. P.
Peironnet will be interested to learn j
of her anticipated trip abroad. Mrs.
Peironnet expects to leave within the
next two weeks, ami will pay an ex
tended visit with her son and daugh
ter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Albert and j
children, who are now residing in 1
Paris, France. ;
OFFICE ROOMS AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
Congress of Mothers.
The Missouri Congress of Mothers
is preparing to attend two important
meetings in the interest of child wel
fare to be held in April. The lii'st
will lie the second convent ion of
the Missouri Congress of Mothers
and Parent-Teacher Associations at
Springfield. Mo., April II to 17.
The second will he 1 lie International
Convention for Child Welfare at
Washington. I). ('.. April 'J'J to 'J7.
at which mothers and teachers from
(Ireat !lii;.:in, China, the Argentine
Republic, Bulgaria and oilier nations
will gather with American members
of the organization. This is of great
interest to the mothers of this city:
and Southeast Missouri who are
planning to attend and by their,
combined efforts carry out this noble
A new organization has just been
started in New York termed "The
Parents' League", for the purpose of
simplifying the lives of children.
The motive of this league is such a
worthy one it might he well to be
brought before the women's clubs
of this city and others and acted upon.
The manifesto of the society says
that boys and girls of school age
should refuse all invitations to par
tics, theaters and so on, except on
Saturdays and holidays. The league
has a theater committee which sends
bulletins to members suggesting the
most suitable plays for children.
An interesting affair was given at
the home of Louis C. How Tuesday
in honor of the birthday of Mrs.
How. 2uite a number of guests
from the Cape were invited, those
who attended being Mr. and Mrs.
T. Kellar and daughter F.lla, Mesdamcs
Charles Kuss, Henry Huhti, F.d.
Hluuicr, Hruno Schultz, A Dittlinger,
and A. Cockle. An leaborate din
ner was served the guests who ar
rived ea rlv in the day, after which
surprise party was
given Mrs. Al. Huhn Sunday evening!
in honor of her birthday. Those!
who enjoyed the evening were Messrs.
and Mesdamcs Sherley linger. Hairy
Strain. Otto Yogt. Finest Fisher.
Fred Kassel. Miss Clara Mil'liy and
dinner in honor
with a birthday
of her blot her Cla
vers were li'l for Mr. and
M. CowaO and ehildnn.
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Clav Lutz and Harvey Hooper.
Report of i-dsier of St.
The Sisters of St. I'raii'L
make the following report
N II mix I' of pat ielits
inn the year. J.'.
Total nuinhei ol day
Number ol days lor
reeeied full payment, 1
payment. i'Tti; charity
eared for dur-
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Catholics, 7ii; Christian, :i: Congre
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pal, 7; Hebrew, 11; Lutheran, Hi; 1
Methodist. :il: Presbyterian. P; no
religion. 7s. Total '.'s". I
lilla Winkler left Thursday
dajs" visit with
Alfred llobiliMin of St. Louis
the week-end in tie Cape the
of Harold Sluhhlilield.
I Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch
of Koch addition on Hloomlield road,
7 he Roast ) on
here will justity that admii al ion in
the eating, .lucier. tenderer, sweeter
im-at never passed Mini lips. Don't
be satisfied with our say so. (live
yourself the pleasure ol proving it
for your. ef by an older I'm tumor
row's meat. You'll then know how
good meal can taste.
A. H. MUELLER MEAT MARKET
I III is
Iridav aiternoon Willi ncr nioiner-
Mrs. F. NY.
I he laller
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1
Jackson stopped over Sun
cards and music were enjoyi d through ( ape on (lieu
out the afternoon. Such a good tune
was had that the ladies stayed for
supper, not returning home until
lllto Yogt at
Fair, Fd. Schiiid
Silas Lail, Fred
A very enjoyable
was given by Mi's,
her home Thursdav
ladies present were
Stout, 11. lingers,
Arthur Steck. Don
ler, lioht. Cowan,
way soul 11.
Andy Ciibbs and Levy Co
Sikeslon spent Sunday in the
visiting old friends.
Miss lilla Winkler of I'm t Dodge
is i-iiinu Mis.- Lciinie Clifton of
1 his eii ,
Miss Cdadjs ,la in s euteitained
Sunday afternoon for Mrs. J. Mur
phy, Misses Krna Kicnenuer am
Iioine. I 4
lav in the ! 4.
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Steam Holler and Fly Wheel
Mrs. Yoi:t served
Leave For Florida.
. S. Whit more and wile of
liloonilield were in the cily Wednes
day on their wy to Miami Florida,
where they will pass the hitler pari
and March. Mr. W Int
erior lor tin' 1 -risen on
,l,e Hloomlield biamll and tarries
,he proud n d of i'Vt having
knouii a sick day 111 his life
neire is cone
Mrs. A. N. Ireland of Commerce;
slopped over for the day in the i
city on her way to Jackson to visit :
Prof. Cood iuaiid family.
A. It 1 of Fs-e. Mo., is ;
Mi-s 1 ):ividsoli of l.emilig i
Mali, she is itccompauieii 1 y ner two
nieces, Hazel and Carmine Davi-l-oii
Cape Girardeau Northern Ry. Co.
J Iv Cape 7 mi a
1 lv Perry villo 1:
li lv Cape :t::jl) p. 1
Arthur Dunn gave a ! Imhl
II y Wednesday evening at Inr
l.nine in the Dempscy apartments.
Th table decorations were pink and
white, making a very dainty effect.
Mrs. Dunn's guests were Mesdamcs
i. Puttnri, II ( laincs, and Had. r,
Misses lilaiich llarrell. Minnie Hluc,
Lev. Mr. l loplon ol Chris! s
Lpiscopal church held services Sunday
evening in Illiuo. ( J n i 1 1 a large crowd
attended not only from Illiuo but
also the ncighboi ini! town-.
Ml- C. 11. Schwiilei. of I.e.
ill.-, La., who has been vi-iling Mi"
Ammie Kilmu.il for the pa-l 1. w
.lay-, left Monday afternoon for St.;
I.oi.j-i. Mrs. M-!iW-ler will be e
' memlieled hi re a- Heulah Duns- j
combe, having attended the Norm
for several years.
n mi: tabli:
I p. III. .
j lv Farmington 7:i" a m. P
Li lv Cape 7;0) a. m.
Pi lv Ancell 7:1") a. in.
17 lv Cape .':(( p. m-
IS lv Ancell .Vlj p m..
s lv Perryvilh: ."rl-1 a. m .. Ar Perry
10 lv Perrvvillc '' 1" p- m Ar Pi ny
Ar Pel in villi- 1 Z noon ...
Al Cape li -'l' p. m
7;li."i p. in l artnington 11:1 p m
rryville 1M a m. Capet 'Jopm
Ar Aim i li 7: HI a. in
Ai I 'ape s ;;u a 111. .
Ar Ancell .Vl'i p. m
Ar (.'ape li - " p. Hi
Connects at FcrryviUc Junction with ii"i:l
sJI and f0'2 for St. Louis.
P. II. SCHULTZ,
I risen trains
Team Work Essential
to Good Service
THK switchboard operators help each oilier
in handling telephone calls, by good learn
Not only at the switchboard, but all alomj the
line, cooperating is the keynote oi good sen ice.
In the Hell system there are more thau 130,000
employes. They take care of 1 1,000,000 miles
of telephone highway. They keep in running
order the complicated terminal apparatus in
thousands of exchanges. Their cooperative effor
keeps 7,500,000 telephones ready for instant use
and they daily haudle 2G,000,000 telephone talks
quickening and expanding the social and business
life of the nation.
J Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co.