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cape Normal school
AND TUN CAVE COITNTY IIKltALI)
AN 1 N I ) K P V. N I ) I ". N T NKW Sl'Al'Lll.. UtSOl.l TLI.Y ri.KAN AMI FIT FOR ANY MLMI'l.lt OF 1 11 I'. FAMILY TO UFA!)
CAPE (i1RAIU)KAtT, MlSSOtRI, MAY 22, I'M 4
Nun; her 21
Huerta Declares Enemies
Will Enter Capital Only
over His Ashes.
SHOWS NO SIGN OF FEAR
Mediators Formerly Begin Con
ference To Bring Peace To
Vera Cruz, May ''(). Yictnriano
I uTt a's peace delegates may have
his written sinned ami sealed resig
nation in their pockets at Niagara
Falls, Imt tliere is no surest inn of
.putting aliout tiie general in Mexico
City, according to men here who have
just seen him.
Henito Noreiga, a Spanish citizen
who was with (ien. (iustavo Maas
when he evacuated Vera Cruz, and
accompanied him to 1.1 Tejar, Sole
dail, and to Coiboda, and wei.t to
Mexieo City with him when he was
recalled by War Minister Walnpiet to
explain tlie fate of Col. Taggnrt's
orderly. Samuel Parks, returned here
today. In I he capital, Noreiga saw
I ( in it several times.
Noreiga says 1 1 il -1 1 :i spoke al a
lianqui t two tiiuhts ago. The guest.,
loudly dn i! I 1 1 lit and In' became
elated ttitll tin- :i r )! It-.-.
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l'l' id. -mi 1 1 in 1 1 .1 . in lie i-,i'i'.i'
i ' I 1 l i- v. t ..day. -aid ' "I lie
ti ii.-.-i. e . Ii Lat. - l.a e 1." in-
t rue: i. ii- to 1 li'ei- my I', --ii. 11..1 i"i al
I lie coiif. fence- at Niagal a I'a.ll-."
Tlie president spoke with energy.
state ling elect
1 1 in
Wolds with a cb-.taetei istii
of the right hand.
Prior to this the acting iniiii-ter
of foreign affair", llsteva l!uiz, had
declared that the Mexican representa
tives had been given "ample p.. wets"
ley the goVel iiineiit to ileal with every
thing that may be discussed at the
peac iil'ereiice, with the object of
solving tli" international ditliciilty.
YLTICKAN HIVKKMAN SKIUOIISI.Y
III AT A ST. I.OHS HOSPITAL
los. A. l.angcvin. who has .-pent
many years in Mississippi liiver
Steamboat service is eonlincd in the
Marine Hospital at St. Louis, danger
ously ill with dropsy.
Mr. I.angevin has been in the ser-
vii f tlie Taglo Packet Co., for
about nine years and acted as lirst
mate of the Steamer Cape (lirardeaii
when stricken with his present illness.
It will lie greatly hoped by his
friends here for a full and rapid
OLD KSTABLISHKI) FIRM
The ( 'hemic .Icwclry Co., which
has been in continuous business
existence in Cape ( lii ai dcau, on
Main Street for 'Si years, changes
The company is being bought by
Win. II. Campbell of Kvansvillc,
III., who will continue the business
as it has been conducted and carry
a full line of Jewelry, Watches,
Clocks, etc. Also special attention
will be given to repairing of all kinds.
It is hoped that the bc.-t of suc
cess ciowns Mr. Campbell's mo
M Alt 1(1 AC L LICENSES.
John On', .'d; J" -ie MeCoiid, -Mi,
John Ibi-eli. Id; C01 a Sk.m-,
( 'ape (lirardeaii.
Charles Ynaini. .':'.; Katie l'.dl, '-'S
No. I; - Landing. M e
Anioi l..ii Nation . J7. ' ban, Mo.:
Vcrdie Mai'ha Mom He-t. r.
Alb. :t A'l.ieJ.i. ''.; Li Idle la "I',
pi, I i.e ( ill' ll-leail.
Lii.l.'.'pli P. lb i'eijl.i.-l,'. 1, P. -
coin, lit..-, Mo , Lena M. 1 I Mil. -'''.
Shaw licet own, Mo.
TUftT nnc PI
FIRST PROPOSITION THAT WILL
COME UP BEFORE JOINT !
IS ESSENTIAL TO SETTLEMENT
Exchange of Courtesi?3 Precedes
Opening Session Da Gama of
Brazil Will Be Confer
Niagara Tails, Out.. Ma 21. Tlia
Mediation conference, which, under
the guidance cf Ami assador da llama
Of Prazil and Minsters Naou of Ar
gentina and Suarez 'if Chili', is to at
tempt to compose the diffurenccs be
tween the Pulled States and Mexico,
la In full swing.
The Mexican peace, cntnmissioncrs
arrived early from New York,
the American debates had reached
here Home time before. Minister
Snares wits the last of the three South
American mediators to reach the
To welcome the visitors to Canad
ian territory, the Duke of Connauuhf.
Fovrrnor-Rc nernl of Canada, delegated
Martin ' Hurrcll. minister of aurlcul
ttire, and Sir I.ouglieed, Conservative
leader, to come here from Ottawa.
The'r (I'M i s Included visits of gr et.
1t : ;r ;!ie mediators and to the Ameri-
1 V Vcan ii h'L-:it'"'.
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nf (! trt
,r t'"- cot
in a'i tut' rn.j
fi : '- oe:-
.! I'I ice
ir ot the
I . 11 i .-. fur
a. -r s.db-i:.
,t of jii.-ti.
with H. 1'.
general In the dopartta.
the A I lerican delegates,
rival 1 '.odge, their secret
are making their headip: ir'.i rs nt a
hotel Pi Niagara t-'nlW. N. Y.. on t.h.
While the mediators enntinued to
maintain .-triet reticence -is to the na
ture o-r the proposals they are about
to submit, it is generally accepted
her" as extremely probable that the
elimination of lluerta will be the first
niggestion they will pre--. .nt for the
consideration of the Mi xicau h b
patrs. It is more than ever believed
that wi'h the altitude of President
Wilson on the subject so well known,
the mediators will be l"ss hopeful of
fsticcess if the Mexican representa
tives prove unwilling to crant this im
PRIMARY IN PENNSYLVANIA
Penrose, Palmer and Pinchot Are
Nominees for United States
tW.N'C News HervleeA
Philadelphia, May 1. Itoise Teu
rose, Republican; A. Mitchell l'ulmer.
Democrat, and Cifford rinchot, i'ro
gressive, will make the fight for
United States senator from Pennsyl
vania lu the November election. They
won their respective party nomina
tions in the first state-wide primary
In Pennsylvania under the now fed
eral constitutional amendment provid
ing for the election of United States
Benators by popular vote.
Penrose won over J. lienjamin Dim
miek, former mayor of Scranton.
Palmer defeated Henry liudd of Phil
adelphia and Pinchot was unopposed.
At Itopuhllcun atate lioadiiiarter it
was estimated that Penrose had about
175,oi!0 majority over Idmmick and
that ltrumbaugh's vote had run from
S3, OitO to 50,000 over that of Penrose.
MOTHER AND TWO BURNED
Tailor's Wife and Two Infants Are
Trapped In Burning Home
iH'XI' News Pervlec.)
Louis, May 21. Mrs. Mollie
22 years old, and her son Mor-
wt re burned to death in a third
room at their home nnd her
daughtt r Lottie, 2','j, who was taken
out alive by firemen, died kiter nt the
city hospital. The father, Sam S'.l !.,
U tailor, w
the only one who os-
The flames trapped the family on!
an upper floor of the flat.
rfi nil T
II I M UUII
BRIDAL TOUR CONT EM PL AT EL3 I N
CANOE. DEATH FOLLOWS IN
BODIES ARE NOT RECOVERED
Relatives Hear cf Tragedy When
Seeking News of Lovers Both
Were Students In Chi-
i Vf N.-us f. r lee )
Chit ago, May 2 . Searchers began
work al daybreak in the drainage ca
nal at l.aniont, 111., wn king tlie bodies
of Cordon lliggins and his bride, the
young elopers who were drowned
there by the capsizing cf Hint; ins' ca
noe, a few hours after their marriage.
Iligtdns, a student at Kvanston
academy, and Miss Verle Stewart, a
student In the Northwestern Culver
tdty school of music, were married by
Judge Labuy in the city hull. He war
IB years old. Slip was Miss blew
art was a daughter of Dr. Harry J.
Stewart of Kewanee.
Miss St"vart took a stilt eas" and
told hi r uncle, Myron H. MiKiniiou,
with whom she live:l in Lvansto'i, ti. i;
she was going home for a visit. At
the same I. our HUgins left the hoin
of his uncle, I'. II. Ilaruooil, to go t.
the bench. The t - 1 1 1 le had !a!i:u-.l
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t lr ;i rvi' i ; l.d o fur a heliey
i:i O i l. ; V eatei". Siock'T
n in the i: ,ic !i 1-1 o.i :lit the !; .
- I!;:i i.od home and .Mr v ll.ir
i all- d f pi Ti ' iii.d 1 ' ii. '
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r- ere. '." a - r. -I Ki'i'i. W
K ii.u 111 w as a' ' to iieav mot
dist ovdod t!i" 1 lepomi'lit.
"Iligin., li.nl t" i ed for a tow !
hind a bar;'..'." Kan - oxjdai 1. "One
of the bnrgcnnii threw him a line an '
they were towed for il long time. The.',
went to sleep about Willow Spring.
About five miles north of In re ti'
st. crsman on the barge saw lliggin-1
move and try to reach his coat, lb
leaned forward on his knees tryiiu
to get it and the canoe rocked and
turned over. Mrs. lligulns caught her
' husband around the nock as tin y w.
j under and neither of them came to
the surface again."
Women Keep Secret.
LTizal eth, N. J., May "1 fifteen
women established a world's record.
They attended the wedding of Miss
Laura I. IlenniB to Herman V. Bir
Inger on April H, and swore not to
tell anyone about It. They didn't.
The bride's parents have just an
nounced the wedding.
Takes Hell Out of Hellmiller.
Chicago, May 21. Judge Carpenter
took li.e "hell" out of the name of
Frank Hellmiller, an alien, when he
admitted him to citizenship, and here
after the new citizen w ill he known as
Co-Eds Play Baseball.
Champaign, lib, May 1M. Two base
ball diamonds for tho exclusive use of
University of Illinois co-eds are to he
laid on the recently acquired utLlntic
Albanian Peasants Revolt
Vienna. May 21. Five hundred Austria-Hungarian
and Italian marines
guarded the palace and the legations
In Hurazzo, Albania, according to a
disj.atcli received here. Tho entire
entourage of Kssad Pasha has been
placed under arrest. In connection
with the upris'ig of Albanian peas
ants to . n force their demand that the
T'.u'. ish language be taught In the
Militant Picket Freed,
ondon, May 1. Mrs. lavo Fox,
1 i' '
I of the Woman's Social and Po
1 'inloii, was released from llol
- .' jd. after auccessfiil hunger
v. Mrs. Fox waa sentenued to
n hot week for her Insistence on
ting the home of Sir Edward Car
leader of t kn Ulsterite anti-lioiini
Ra-liuni Reported in Arka's.ts.
Tomahawk, Ark., May ly. liadiutr.
is r. iM'.d to havi ber-ii discov. red
i-a l.ii.d adjoining th (dd Tornnhaw k
eoi pir initios, five miles nt it h of (.i.l-Ltrt.
H N MQO
CUSTAVE HAV.EL HOPES TO BE
ABLE TO TRY IT CUT THIS
TO CROSS IN A FEW HOURS
Monster Measures 66 Feet From Tip
to Tip and Is 41 Feet Long
Carries Fuel for 28 Hour
IWM Now- S.TVl. 1
London, May 20. A Ilntish a later!
who has scored many triumphs In th
air field is out for another triul at the
world's greatest aerial feat, (iustave
llutucl, the man In question, is sure j
.... , , A .
that he has conqucrrd the air to such l
degr.-e that the Atluntlo ocean lias no i
terror for him. He bi constrin t.l a '
glant airshlu In which to ciom. the
Atlantic this iummer.
It meauures 6B fpt from tin to tip
ot uie wings anu nus si. in nouy, 41
f.wtt Inni. VlWuallv It lu n Ii1:(n f.alP
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or wing wltn a zso-noneiow.T on-
gine and a .''.30-rrIIou petr.-l tank
slung between. It Is calculated It can
carry fuel for 2S hours' flying.
The course, selected, from New
foundland to Ireland, lu l.HOO miles,
yiamel is eonftilont the engine will
i-tit. mrt.o ina.. l ... ira ...iri...ii v.i.ki..
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jif. -, iiii v.nti aiairwinu i:n i-xp'ru
10 avciiige miles an nour, wnicn
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would carry Mm over In l'l nmirs Uut
f,l-. ' .1
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.-I'd be made 'n C! Vnur.-. 'a ith
-ri i-l. M f..r four b.-i.r; to
n".. I. 1 '.vn y fli'-i OKO, flew a. mm 1
M 'i C! .... 1 with Mlei Tr.'
1 1 . is a ;. nus . ;.-r. tn t"
. hi ; ;. . -d on t'i ' fligh' b"
: :; ,.i t .-il . ' ! no ini'.1 an hour
'. r.-ars . I 1
! l.a - .. 1 . -rv !' a: I. ,.if!
an !K':!. t i ... ' I v p.-i , .
:, "iv -I .'..: . ' 1 1.. -. la..
-1 ol v. I n '-. was 1 i loo;. I ;. -
'-. '. , il1: '!' IV.'- It a a pas e: a
. ! 'n )o..,i t '. ..,.i i t tie. . in ;.-.-.
,'i" ::.;!, h I.'.".; ;u d qui-pti al
.. 'r " or ' . ' I ' i-l . a ry . ill- lai- ex
p "11 w . to I tj a M i".' with . in-
. ten noil, hill, lir-n 1. rd the Itr't
It. ;' Whi'ti ' i r, aviation n an : '. r
l r ilatu.l. s,.:o'l on S.itur.h.y tor
N'i-v foiiudlainl to arran. e I'or in-
; flitrlit. The inor.opl r. v. dl he sli,pie-I
th. re in .inly its wci t,., onipty. is
"'"" r(""l;' " ii -''I' ;t i"
carry as many pounds mm- in the
. shape cf fuel, pilot and n i ii.'a'or.
Th" navigator will be a-
i 1,1 .. .
I a ! i-: i t. am hit. line, win. I iios tin-
: iii rising l -r the voyage, the f.,r
whe. l ( iiass-is win be dropped, thus
: Mvi-.g that mi'ch weight, should th-
IPol.ot.ta lie fait illlit llio st-.-i it Is sai.l
il could float indonnitely. for the boat
Bhnped bodv lehind th- ! ilofs s, at is
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water-tight, and the w in ;s would :nA
as a raft.
TO RENEW FIGHT FOR SCHOOL
Methodist, Hold Court Decision ir
Vanderbilt Controversy Is
. WNt ' News Hrv1e )
Oklahoma City, Ok.. May 20. Tha
nunilrftinial eonrernnc of thn Met ho
dist Kpiscopal Church, South, In ses
sion here, voted to reconsider the en
tire Vandnrbllt university question.
The voto came upon the motion to re-
comnilt the majority retort to the
romm tteo of l.i and was almost iinan-
Ttio imlorttv ronorf t.rnviilnrl fnr
the returning to tho original eight 1 Mvr p,,,,',. .,,", ,). V...nm l.adi. s ' 1,,,i,,,'-v' ,u"1' .T'1'''
pntronf7.ing coiiferenres whatever la-, ,1nM llv - M, .,.,.. ..,, ),,), i ' "ll,v "" who will hold a c.nven
terept In the university remained In1', ... ' '. '., ,'. ' ... r ,,' ... .. . i lion on tin- boat. Sam I. a. nus, pnsi-
the ctiurch under tho Tcrni'MH; mi-
court held that the church did not;'11'"""- Another active l,,y i
have control of Vanderbilt. j'1''' Sunday School, which ha- an
.enrollment of 'J'J.', with 'Jtl ollieets
MAN SUFFRAGETTE'S TRIAL"""' '"-' ."n
Ha la Charoed W.-th Incitina Women
to Damage Property He Is
. , ' ..
l.onnon, Mny .u. oniuey un-w,
printer and publisher ot th( SJuffra
rett't, hti new spaps ftpresefiMllJ ths
militant aecHou, was cwntfllttftd for
trial at the Old Halloy, charged with
Inciting members of tho Women's So-1 occasion : Cm. I'm vcr of Alt. nl.iti -u ; ,'
clal and Political union to commit ma- I ('. Kr.unp. Chicago; 11. II. I!, ihi-j 1 ( U"l into ("U.-li with
llcious damage to properly. Iwicleii, St. Chaih-; .1. Lin. I -, i ! ,',!( l'"'1' ' ""'""'!
An Official of !he postofflce t"Stl- m,,,,,. ' u- ,, N j,. ,.',., ( 'I,.., ,t .,. ' M'iiali. seei'elar.V of th" I'l'ogr.
fied that letter boxes had been ; ,.,. f Uul-,, .. ,. '' ' 1 ' ohpiai I. rs in New V...'.. and
tampered with mid 4000 b-tn-rs dam-:.. ., , . ,, t... tit tin v Leg. in .'.nl.iin" tho
I , .... ((.eola,'e r,e-i' as a liaeliil a' ' '
aged by sutlnuettcs. ! Lu, he, an Se I ."ill m-.-.i - .-.'... ... . acutnula. i. ,- .,' il that
! Will be v.. II iviiii-nil I l,v lie ..!', 1 "'",' '' l!'"''V' ,!. " ''''f'' ' "' "J' "'"
Love Powders for Sale.
New York, May
I'or trying to
sell "love po'Aib r-
flood win, the noted ii '.-i-'iv, (iuisep-
Id Sabatella, was lined J25ii.
HEART FAILURE j
Tom H. Htroup of Arricola !
l'assi's Awav Suddenly
ENJOYED BEST OF HEALTH
Had Kalrn Most Hearty Dinner ,
On Day of Fatal '.Mis- i
III Till i:iv ,'ll'ti rili'.ni Ml :li"ll
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die. .core me. led i-il iiiee
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eoul.l ! pioniied
Mr. Stmup was about .M e;ir- id
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this seelinii. At the time of In- death
lie wtis 1
nit in hi -1 f.eU pen- I I, nit :
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Cmtrrej!ation Phinniiia .Mai V III
it ri stint; Ileitis for (iOlh A n -
niversarv May 21
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M A A 1 IA I I A 1 III A n.
Coiig'n'g'alions I ron Cape, SeotJ
and Terry ( 'oKi-.Jios Kxpecled
To Be Present.
lin,:(V m,v ,. (,, .r::
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' loil.ll ol (ape (.llal.l.-au will cel.-
brale it- l.lllh aiiiiiMi-ary. and I lie
('..net, eatioii i- plaiiiiiiig main iii-
tele-ting event- on tin- oe.a-ioii,
Thi- Church ha- made wonderful
l"'""-""- m I'11"' " years a.
I'" ""' , "' ' ""
'"'"I1 "f lople, Ihi out of thl-
; number being voting member.-. '1 he ;
parochial school, w hich is one of1
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nil. mi I ' , ..11. . I . I i .,..-.- - 1 1 I
i from one to seven,
: cinii n, ami uii.ier in- cai. iiii siip. r-
vision lias a.iaiiee.i mo.-i succc.
fully. Within the cuigregat ion then
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l'l il I I I ' ' I I I I lit' Mr M 1 111" 1 1 I H 1 1
The ('hiireh has le
III . nisi ai
an elect i :. motor I'm-
the hue I'tilTer (Irgan, they are very'' n('1 Tl"'n S,'",K "' 'u"
proud of. The Congregations from
;lhe various churches of ('ape, Scott
'and I'errv Counties, have been in-
vited for this celebration, and crowds
i . ,
,o- v--p' iv'l i'j i". pieseiiL.
The following former feaeltci of
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their W'illiligne.-s to be pre-etit on tlii-
getii ra.t Ion .
Try a Tribune Want Ad. It will .
Training Scli;;l, Assisted II y
Normal Students Hold
I uteres' in;! Program
ADMIRING SNOW QUEEN
Visitors (iiu-n Rare Treat In
(Irafe ami Suppleness of the
Arl el" Damine;.
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'e-t n it u - to a close.
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(,)l.( l III. IVIAlOK
Willi. i: KIKI, IS ON TKIP
(iazzolo, speaker of the
. . . , , , e ,
j Andrew dazzolo, .-peaKei of the
lloll-e of Dl legates an. I proprietor of
saloon, will be Mavm of SI. Louis
, will be Mayor of SI. Louis
three days, beginning Thiilsdav mot n-
ing. Mayor Kid will have for a
trip to Itieiikuk, Iowa, on the steain-
1 1 1 1 1 of the ('untied, i- ill New S oik
( !a z.n. i is a 1 l. inoi i al .
T. It. .liTS ( (Jl AINTLI) WITH
I ) -tor Lay, I.. I , May 'U ( Ml.
Tlleod-j:.; Il-...... VI It, I'el'leshe.l by a
good nL'lit'fi .-'e. p. almost forgot about
his new South Aineiiean river lud.n
ill iiial.ing the .ii'ipiaiiitatice of hi
i iii 1 1 .- i . it.
nev.i-T ci aim. -nil. i, iiicnar.i i.ri.y
,li., infant -on of the I'ormei Mi--
it. ... i .
ii:e.l. . . r. i,.i, . . b -irm-in
..f 'he Progr. --ie N:,.i.a, I C...,i.,il
t . e w a- to ,.l i ive I...!. . . i lei . il Iter
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way to Sagainote Hill.