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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
Two Teachers Hired for High
School and Librarian's
Salary is Increased.
TIME TO CONTRACTORS
JOHN D. WIRES
FUSES TO ARBI
Telegram Supposed to Have
Come from the Owners
ef the Mines.
Invitation to Rebel Chief to
Participate in Mediation
Uirnm Duryca, Starch Trust
Head, Meels Death al
Hands of Own Child.
WOULD "RULE OR RUIN" U. S.GETS THE BLAME
INSANITY PROBABLE CAUSE
( !..'n.s thai I'r.ionlstsare to ';tn;c
ler the Lawlessness in !;;
&r?M v -i
Wlu'ii Arrested VounLir Man
Said "It's All Kilit" ( ailed
for Police After Shooting-.
Dictator is Losing Tower Daily
ar.d Attack on Vera Cruz to
Stop Uibcl Operations.
(V.!' Wfi Servl. e 1
Washington, May il - Ki fusal of (Icn
10()-:ic!c f:tnn wit li "- ooni hou". harn 00x100 " t,
will stor 7." Ion luiy, granary, coin crili, w il stall :()
head of cows, fruits of all kind, !lO acres in cultivation,
lHVcifailiiifr springs. This farm is the lost stock ami dairy
farm in the comity, on tlic gravel road. Miht coti-'nli-r
some town property in part exchange. For prices ami tc-.ins,
apply "lanii'r'' care
A- -v. . f i ;
WILLINGNESS TO OBLIGE
THE public has a right to something more
than perfunctory service from those who
supply its telephone needs.
There is something more to a telephone ser
vice than merely placing at the disposal of the
public adequate telephone equipment.
Courtesy, willingness to oblige and patience,
under trying conditions on the part of telephone
employes, promote friendly feeling and are essen
tial to the best kind of telephone service.
Cape Girardeau Bel! Telephone Co.
SHIP AFIRE IS
SEEN AT SEA
OFF CAPE RACE
No Sign of Life Aboard the
Flaming Vessel Crew is
The Identity of
(WNT News Service.)
Boston, May G. Further details re
garding the burning steamer sighted
iiOO miles south of Cape Hace by th
steamer Seydlitz. Iiremen for New
York, were anxiously awaited In ship
The meager wireless dispatches
nent by the Seydlitz and by the Sabls
Island radio station iadlented that It
had been Impossible to learn the name
of the vessel, but that another steam
er apparently had heard her cnll for
help Sunday night. As the Soydlitx
could Bee no sign of life on board, it
was hoped that the crew had bean,
taken off by some other vessel.
The difficulty of obtaining news by
wireless concerning the burning ship
was Increased ly the fact that the
radio station at Cape Hare, which was
disabled In an early spring hllziard,
at present h is n very limited range.
tut; h way mi:i:t for
MAY 7lh AT JOM:sCORO
On Mav Tth there viiil be a nuct
iiiL' in .loiie-h'To of the Highway
Association of Southeast Mi--oun
V..rlViwe-t AlVall-'S. 1 he
lion n-pn-1'..'.- sir counties in each
1- . t .;,.,.
state and the pur.oe 01 iih- ons
is to iirrunsie for t'e- leiihiing "f
link in the coiv. mplai.-d hhwuy
which is to ct 'i.d from U-ihuh,
Minn., to New orb an-.
Mr. and Mrs Tom I.a 1 ' ,l'''
Cape were the iue-t ot a o.h'
Mabrey of West Jach-oti Monday I'ted
while liere iittcnded 'he s. ivio - ;H
vt the Ibiplist cliurch.
of Triliune. p
MISS MARIE GANZ CN TRIAL
Stenc grapr.er icils of Threats
Shoot John D., Jr. "Don't Uui
Words; Use Dynamite."
lYVNl" News Service.)
Now York, May . "Yestcrduy I
was nt the office of John R Rockefel
ler, .Jr., and if I could have got him
1 would have shot him down like a
dog." In these words Marie Gain
voiced her protest against Rockefeller,
according to the testimony of living
K. Kttinger, a police headuuarte.s
stenographer, at the trial of Miss Gauz
on a charge of disorderly conduct.
The woman was arreted after she had
made several fruitless attempts to seo
Rockefeller in connection with tho Col
orado mine strike and hud addrsed
Ettlnger testllied to two other nl-1
leged excerpts from the defendants
speech! s. One was: "If he is not go
ing to stop tho slaughter in Colorado,
he can run to his father's house and
hide, because at tho first chance 1 will
get hhu with a bullet."
The other was: "Do not niako your
protests In kind words or in language.
Mis Ganz, on conviction, will bo
liable to a maximum penally of six
months hi the workhouse.
0. S. From Siberia Permits Rein
surance and Company Loses
1 'A'N't' Xnws Service.
London, May C 1 ho report that the
Pacific liner Siberia was In peril off
Kormosa Is now regarded here as a
hear 1 less hoax. Nobody believes that
the raise signal ot distress woe the re
sult 01 misreading a fair.t wireb ss
message. It Ii expected that Lloyd s
committee will cause a full Inquiry to
be made in behalf of the underwriters.
It is computed that underwriters lost
$130, in") by reinsuring when tho alarm
Godfrew l.-aacs, manager of the Mar
coni company, says: "The message did
not emanate from any of our ships and
could only have come from sumo un
controlled, Irresponsible land station.
S'i'h a rnes-at.'" would never havv
coir..-! from a ship nor a properly con
trolled ii'ion. The fact such reports
are spread shows the great danger of
I amateur land siaUons."
Vogelsang Bros, liivcn I'titil May
1, 1915, in Which to Complete
New llii;h School Building.
At tlic liiccliin: of the Srlioul Hoar.l
lull! at tin' Hr.i.i.lv:i Pul-lic frl I
in Ti.ur-'l:iy nielli s.-vn-iil nisitters t
;iti urgent iiaiu' were taken up and
Tlic salary of Mi.-s I'liima Wilson
wln acts a lilnaliaii and lias cliiirm
of t !i- .-tndy hall at tin' l.oriinirr
school was iiirrcarl to S-Ttl a inonlh
for t.iiii- months, she havinn hereto
fore' iueli paid a suhoy of per
month fur 1J mouths.
Diait;.; Iter tin months al'sence ar-
I .ili-i'liien! s have Lien made- with
another teaehir to attend to the
1 ' i , 1 1- - dnti(s w it In oil additiomd cost,
thus etial'hnji the hoard to increase
e fal-try Mitlin'it cvra i pense.
viral minor matter pertainint:
the cot -t run ion of the new htth
1,.,. 1 , re tal i n up aniolin w hich
ti:;in.; the otii.ie: I phit.s for
d -ti el to a terra c tta
at an additional expense of
.Mat 1 lie
Used in the
of the hull
eoti-t rie't i.
U-i. .old I
les Ulil lie
if the walls
eon! rael m -,
. i-t, I. do
I. hut a.-ki d
i.f time in
in ' i -i-ii i i 1 1 u
u in until
to e. mplete
coed with all p
for a hliir.il
order to avoii
.1 that he
-it. lo spec
the holld leipiil'd.
all the work up :i
hopes Id have
January l!tth. l'.llo.
One of the hic.li school teai
Mr. Sat lerlii Id, mat het.ial irs,
retained and another new one.
Claud V. Mill. r.
fiom Dexter was
All nieiiilx rs of
present tit the mi
to the Cape
Mrs. A. D. Mildc went to
Cine Wednc-day to do some .-in p;
Henry Ah.-to! of the Cape is i-it-his
grandmother, Mrs. Kit. iimer.
the )'.is! 01
v a s
Mrs. C. II. l'.ishop
from St. Louis Motid
ing a tw (.-weeks visit
ret 111 in 1
Mr.-. A. licit
reported to be
with the 11
h II. the iitll
hfs fell v.hd
Ally ISehtciis of the Cape
town Tuesday on lui.-incs-.
tuincil this evening.
Mrs. K. Hart
Monday for a
('. Hunter of New Madi
town Tuesday transact im,' s
in -s and w a- t he !ue.-t 1 f
Mr-. ,loe Schlnill.e.
.!: 1 Jh
11 to li ill
boys will In
-eh, ml ball team i I
a - !y !;. i!,e seoie
favor of 1 1 ti it hi ii, 1 .
ve to continue th.-ir
and Mis. Allien l ord 1 1' W. : I
on have broken up l.oii-e hi . p
11 ac-ouiil of Mis. Ford'.- li- -.lt It
and will make their future home with
their il.inc.hter, Mr-. John l.n.ii- in
the co' in try.
Mr. ninl Mr-. I'larcnce llrant 1 nter
taimd lo. 1. V. Camett and
Rev. I'. M. Montgomery, wh are
hohliii;: a I 1 ol r.ict ivc 11, ei ' ihL at
the l'-.pti-t church Monday evi-i.mj
with a -i'. o'clock supper.
Mi Katle'iine Schafer gs.ve a mo.!
ihliub'fiil pally to her friends atlnr
home on hi-t South street, Tinsoay
evening. About twelve young folks
Were pl'e-l lit and games of various
kinds were played during the evening
after which sumptuous n frv-hmcnts
I YM .N. ws a v. t
I'i i:er. May 0. A statement eet
t m; lort'i the ahnolute refusal of I'olo
ra.io coal operators to m xothite witli
t 'f tat't.itivo ef the t'niteil Minn
Wi'ikers of American for set ih meat
. die coal Fttike In this state, and
' : inliiiK John I). Kocki feller. Jr.. ha
! rcii went to President Wilson.
'I went y of tlio jirinelpal owulim
'j.cipauies, t'xclnslvt? of lhi Colorilo
! a ' and Iron company, to!ei:raphv1
I r- shh nl direct. The (Ierators
t'.-'hiro they are nctlni; lndepetnlently
i.: lioi-Ui f( Mi r, that his altltu le h.o
e.'i catiscil or in! lueaceil their iletr
ti.h.e.tloti to maUi.' a stand tiini'oiut th
iiiifit, and that censure anil criticism
'. h t:i have heen unjust. The tch''-
fciaui a;Kcrt.:i tin ttrlhe ntv.ays ha
' : for union i e-i'i;iiitioii only.
Umon3 Vicu!d "Rule or Ruin."
i '!;i't "jireli tided ih inat'.dH" formu
i at tho convention at Trinidad
a re fully ;:uarantei il hy li e utatuun
ii have heen nad are he'.nn cu
re u. the telegram state!..
licspo:isi!)i!i;y for law h .-snesp is
I !. e. ; at lite door of the officers of
the union. The operators declare the
on "has become ko powerful tluit
i- ! .ihf!. now ate (! fy'n ori;aulci1
s . ii ty to thwart its plan to rule or
Introduction of hills currying out
tho request of (h'v. K. M. Amnion for
lfirinhition hidh ved necessary as the.
i rfHult of the FtriUe has liepttn in the
opecinl Besflon of the legislature. In
opinion of tnr.ny liicmhers,
j ment ot the bills entailed by the mam
! t' t'.anco ot inllltl.i In the strike zone
will bo the principal work accom
plished. Nine hundred troopers, comprising
the Kleventh t'nited Slates cavalry,
reached Trinidad, completing the oc
cupancy of tho southern Colorado coal
fields by regulars.
GIRL'S MOTHER WHIPS MAN
Woman Resents His Staging Daughter
and Swings on Him in
.'WW'!' NeWS S' Vvtce.)
rittshitig, May With a volley ol
light jab.-'-, followed by tin uppercut,
Mrs Wilii: in Hopkins of Electric ave
nue, Eiut Pittsburg, sent lltmhey Ma
dole. " promoter and ex-pri.ef'.ghter,
slathering to the ropes, where he held
tor a fi w moment and then went
I to tho mat, taking the count. In Squire
i Wiie.'fe ol'lc. . Kami, r:;' Hank build
in;;, East McKt 1 sport.
i'. r ihe last -nom?; Madole had been
last; a. 1. 11.- Helen Hopkins, 16 years
(II, and Emily Klynn, L'n, of Turtle
t'ru-k, in tho art of self-defense. They
lecaii'.e quite himdy witli the gloves.
j Ma 'ole took his students to Erownp
vdle and there hud them sign with
is been 1 the Harry Hunter show company.
billed as the "lady bat-
tnedhi-rs of the girls learned of
the ea. ;i'-remi nt and Pent officers to
ltrow nsv ille, where they arrested Ma
dole and the girls and brought them
hack to I.'ast l'ittsburg.
S'pdre Wlndt planned to give Ma-
was .in i job' a private hearing, but 1he iiifuri
n:d iv- ! cd Mrs. Hopkins burst in upon the
Mete' and started to wreck things.
i Aft"r she had punched Madole a few
I times she faint, d. 'I"ii y finally set
tled the cax and the char.-e was with
drawn. MISS WILSON'S BRIDESMAIDS
Her Two Sisters Will Ee Among the
Attendants Groom's Daughter
Is Flower Girl,
IV: .V'.vs Snrvli '.)
Washington, May C Four ulteud
ants and two (lower girls have b n
clio'scn for tho mnrriiige of Mh ; I- ! aa
or Uamlolph Wilso'i to William (lihls
McAdoo next Thur.--.lay at 1; o'ch c i.
Mrs. Krances Uowes Sayre, s ster of
Uie brldo and the first White House
bride of the present admin .' r.u ion,
will bo mntrou of honor,
Margaret Wilson acting as
honor. The names of ihe 1
attendants nro not yi t ha
Tho flower girls will h,
Adco, 12-year old d m:V
bridegroom, an 1 Mi N
daughti-r of the. ':!
tr!or and Mra. J.an'-.
Mexicaii F:c'i a'fi P
San rt;o, '"ah. April :
Ing 70 yards, .'.7 Mexican r
have been he', ! at l a l'ia
camp for some tian,
?scapo durini? tin- night.
, ,. Tunnel-
a ib tcc'lon
Must Win R'Ch
Berlin, April 30.--a.--.i
i'hn pnmnitinicato with I
agents In search cf rich brides will be
dismissed from the army, au official
l Ciirrana to narln Iptito unconditional.
1 tu mediation Mid the withdrawal ot
the invitation to him to ptrlli .pate .it
rill will not end nltcmpti d mediation,
t!v Argentine -ltra.ll l'h.11 viives .1:1
In uncoil. It will, however, tc-.liht
their t inleavors to ol.taintii;; part iclp-.i
ti'i'i Iroin lliictta and his U.Wi , ! pi
Ii I lali that ecu later he M h.niUvd to
Mexico, Cat rat.. I li.elitih ,1. !n ft
Hol e peace ilul com t it u! ioni; I I'.overil
laeiit. 'l'lii'v will now be fori el to lake
tii iiiio' of the Initial cau.-e of the
it. , t he in. -.ill to tile I'nit. 1! Slati s
and the leltisal to laiut" It In
U'ame Placed on U. S.
mediators w ce i-how inc.
11 to blame the t'nited
a d .1
f " 1
i'i .n:.a';i :,t!'!u e ti ,.
ii. Ann rvi.n oiplomatie
1 II , h'.
it Mils im ernni 'U. tliro'inn Its
its. v ho are now er in
a.'e witti ( 'art a n :a, had siij'.ci'sled
him that his p.irtieipatioii was il"
.1. the consiitutionallst chicfiaitl
uhl have boon compelled to do hi
tho hi t e
lit It' I'll" lie"
i itu.ith n,
are not so
if the pro:-
maintain nil air
1 ; c e to oinuient on
n Ir c!o-o associates
lieeiit. They declare
tit negotiation even
tually prove a failure, Catrat za, who
should at all tini'S hav" lien held In
control by tho fnltcd Stalin, will be
tho pir.amavjo to blame.
Villa Getting Supplies.
Iluerta's position in Mexico City he
roines more and more untetmblv dally.
It is know ledge of this fact that causes
Upprehenstun ill official ipiarters, as if
Is realized the dictator may at any mo
ment order an attack on American
forces nt Vera Cruz In a last attempt
to force aggressive action by the rutt
ed States, which would unite the vari
ous tactions against a foreign foe. So
far, however, lien. Mans has remained
tpiiel. Reports widely circulated thai
he had made another demand on the
American forces to surrender iln Vera
Cru. waterworks were promptly do
Hied l y Secretary Ihurihon.
Villa and his forces in northern
V.i xh o ure n celWng badly needed sup-
idles. The custom ofliclals have linal-
lv construed the embargo as affecting
only arms and timniunithm. I'ood
stul'l-, oil, coal, coke and the like an
now being sent across the border In
C.ctator Well Ruprtseniit.
Washington, May Ci.- lien. Iluertti
b:o. a hled Seluir K'.imo, the Spanii.h
mnhassailor, who Is acting bote lor the
dictator, that MexUo will tie repro
vntod before tl-.e Sou'.h Amerlcun
inedi i'ors by four men.
( i nine
t ai -
on ii lit ( h eel.
an I l;
and , 1 re mt r
aid, from .laicaci
. nl Iv t In y w 1 re
India- by earlv
:ii very abundant
silll'l. (Ill soll.e
el ! I. I s
ill t he
1 v 1 r
I. now n
have none b
mI are Pent
1 j l. 1 : 1 1 . 1 they
II v I
til. , , 1
till V ale I
.' I I'll
l arini r.
Kins Woman and oelf.
Milwaukee, WU, May 5. An uu-lde.i'ili-d
man leaped from an nuto
m d iie at Tenth street and North av e
i.ue, drew a revolver and fired two
khoi.s iu rapid succession Into uhand
ro.iK 1 dressed woman who waa pa: t;
lmr. As she dropped tlrad on tho
street tho man dre-iv u razor and cut
bis own throat, falling dead across her
body, Tle ro was nothing In tho man's
clothing or that of the woman giving
j the name of any person.
Engineer Dies at Throttle.
; C'arlyle, 111., May 5. A fast freight
i train on the Italtlmoro & Ohio Smith
: western railroad ran 11 miles ait, r
! ('. AmieiDon, who had charge of the
locomotive, was billed. Kin man K I
ward Paynes found And'-i.-ou d -ad ' :i
bis si at. It Is believed Ins head wu.-
crushed Ly tho. water cratio lu ry.
Mother and Daughter Wed.
Meads Corners, N. J., May S. A
mother and daughter went on their
h.oneymo.ins together when Mrs.
Grace Koiilks married Warren KNle r
and M;ss Hertha Koulks nnrrled Kd
Try a Tribune Want Ad It will
I W ,X t ' NeWS I il e.
Nov York, .May li.- liiii. Ililam Uur
e.i. (iio war eo iau ami millionaire
starch inanulacluivr, was shot to
deaih a:- lie slept in lulu home, by his)
11, Cluster. Seven slio.s were liredl
Into tl.c aed man s body, some lroiil,
ui... ....on ! aniuT and ol.urs from
a ritle. I
Al.v one of the wound." would hivvo.
cai.scii 01 a n.
Al'.il' siMl.ii houlV tn esi iKatioil
the police had been unable to h aril
any motieau.l ui" Incliind to believo
the )tiiii'.er Inn.Ma may hae biAouiu
1 ,,ii.i nl) im.a'ie. i
ton. Imr.Ma una SI xear.i old. His
sou Is -hi.
'Ill'' loll lee:,l',! piled tor the pnllCO
1 1 ia 11 ti .it he.
ie hliii-elf 1. p.
a lii:le IIOIllMe.
I 11 .; and eoaipl
la' her wan
'1 !e u he
i 1 1 - d of bc-
id lll.d )
1 ' i'i.
I II jle-tll
del I. Il' l.
Mild 00 it
il in w hat I have done,",
II w.n. all 1.1.I1I that 1
1'eopio wiil know 1 did
clei lef it. Inn-wa s i.iaitiago to Ni
na l.arrc Seiilh, ihnij.htir of KianKlill
Willdo i-niilli el Ito.-lou, in lMiS, and
their (liMilee in I'.H'J, iiltiacted wide
attention. Mis. Uniye.i charged Ihtit
doinest ,e 1 1 1 mob- started on their hou
1,11110011, when her husband ill. plaed
violent InirsiH of temper. (Sen. Uur
yea Lppi-arcl as a witness, ntid ilenieil
oilier ailepatlons of his dauc.hler In
law, but. she won her suit.
lien. 1 1.11 e, 1 was of dl.-i iugulshed
family and won fame as a sohher. Ho
orealiinl the Kiltil .New ol ii volun
teers. His regiment in (he t nioii
aitny was known as "liur.iea'a Zou
lives." BEGGAIt ENRICHES HELPERS
Rewards Pennsylvania Gouple Who
Took Him Into Home When
He Was Dying.
(WNC News Service.)
Sunbury, l'a., Muy ti. For thlr
"kindness and self sacrifice," Mr. and
Mrs. (ieorge Smith will receive nearly.
fS.lit'O bequeathed to them by the will
of John Kell, a hc&cur, ut Northumber
land. The will wub probated shortly!
before relatives of Kell arrived ut
Northumberland to contest tho docu-'
I Kell, who was believed to he almost
I penniless, went to the Smith Iioiiid'
.viral days i.-.o mil indo'd lor shel
ter, lie said he was friendless, that
j ho was ill and believed ho was going'
to die. j
I APhoui-di the Smiths had only one.
i bed, they gave it to tho idd man and
' they slept on tho floor. The next day
Mrs. Smith said Kell gave her a check
I lor $" on a Northumberland bank
j ami In cash, llcforc he died he
I made a will leaving his entire estule
I to the Smiths.
vivii vvrfr veteran uir.m.
1 Hnvami, HI., May fi.-- I.nrt 110 Hitch
i cock, for many years a prominent resl
dent, of Milan, Mich., and veteran of
the civil war. Is dead here, aged 80
InUruicu. will be ut Milan.
CAPE TAKES LEAD
OVER BIG CITIES
l'xi Iumvo Mights Secured hy Mr.
I Shepherd ol'Orplioum Theatre
tor alual)le ridures.
M i:k an war s(i:ni:s
I'icluies Will he Shown at Orph
eitiu at Times Announced ly
Tribune in Near I'tiluie.
-I . I'lo
the I all
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I ! ie III, Veil. I !,' -II----:.
the I., Lis
I I - V I II t W cell 1 1 'H
'1 he -celli's V. i I .
i.' Ilai.iptoli H i i i
i-.; at era I r i,
s foiii'iit on Mes!
cry pil l ure wiil he
sum The.iti r in thi
future, and ninioum
I IS le
a;. I all
t 'i i h
hovMi at the
. city in thi;
ellll nt of 1 he
datis will be itiveu ill the Tri-