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THE CAPE COUNTY HERALD AND CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
PICTURE SHOW MAN. BROKE. IS
MISS OLIVER IS
I Kaiser-s Warriors Going to Front
NEGRO KILLS 5,
PETITION GOES j HELD UP THEN
IN PIGEONHOLE THROWNIN RIVE
Motion Made by Councilman , "Shorty" Franklin Beaten and
Fowler to Open Theaters j Taunted by Bandits Before
Daughter of Cape Family Now
in Ancient Castle in
Fires House and Then Mur
ders Rich Family as They
Jump Out Window
MEDLEY BOBS IN JUST
AFTER VOTE IS TAKEN
CTlTTm T Ik lloinntnnt
BUT RESCUES HIS HAT
Armgardt Who Favors Sunday Paddles Out in Stream For Lid,
Opening Says He Voted as ' And Spouts Water Like
Constiiuents Desired. I Sperm Whale
The plan to open the picture shows j "Shorty" Franklin, a cook for the !
on bunilay was virtually Kiilea Dy me . Frisco bridge gang, while walkinir
City Council last night. A motion,
made by Mr. Fowler to receive and
petition to open the shows, was de
jjhows, was defeated by four to three.
Mr. Armgardt then moved that the
petition to open the shows as well as
the remonstrance, be received and
filed. This action was taken. Those
voting against it were Fowler and
Kacss. Those who voted for filing the
down the river front on his way to
the car, was confronted by three ban
dits, at about 1 o'clock this morning,
and commanded to throw up his
Iteing unarmed and alone, he lost
no time in complying with their de
mands. All his pockets were searched
petitions were liowman, Hlack, lilu-; and the thieves, in their eagerness to
mcr, Armgardt and Mueller. Council- secure something of value, felt be-
o, iu.W.uu ii.u s,:.. o4 -a.-umk mm. j n,ath his c,othj f b
vote on the measure, appeared a short : . ,
time later. ' j ls som times used to carry money.
Councilman Armgardt favors open- They went so far as to remove his
ing the picture shows, he stated last shoes and examined them for hidden
night, but said his constituents, a ma- . treasures. After permitting him to
jonty of whom are connected direct-1 . ... , ., ,
ly or indirectly with the Normal ' '1l,t h,s ?h,,,,s on' thrv hM unc-il
school, were in favor of keeping the ilni' finally the larger one of the trio
picture shows closed. Mr. Armgardt is ; suggested that they drown their vic
a professor of music at the school. , tjm because he had'no monev. Suiting
lie stated that last nights action i ,., . ... , ., ,. ..' . ,
did not kill the measure. "It mav he ,M " VVo"ls to tho n,,t,on thp' s1''1
taken up at any tinu." he saii. "I n"n !1Ml1 enrried him bodily to the
was in favor of the petition to open i river.
the show.-., hut my contsitu. tits were i The thoroughly frightened man
i.oi. i iieu.-c cer 01 1 ire-nooi' r w no 1 . .1 11 ... , . ,
is elerte.l bv the people, should do as! I"-"" ' assanunis an.l
heggeri them to release him. Mis on-
peopV, s 1 1 1 I III lo as
he beli'-ves his constituents want him
to do. regardless of Lis own personal
views. Thai is 1 1 1 - - way I feel on the
picture--..v i'ietii.M. Personally I
am for it ."
I lad I !." i.'-' !t ion u-.i n pi-'ooii-
holed !;,.. 1 ni-ht, C vile ., !,, 1, i-
was vim: to iv .1 1 1 r . a v "lotion to
Submit the pi- . '.too 1 . -i . lo f the
eple. Tl-e I '' - 'le t 1
bear half th" 1 c "i,oi' nts
of S. md.-i- siio, s t. ,,(! ) , if.
This 1 Ian hi.d l. 1 n approved h-- t'v
attorney- f..r llv iiietur '-dm--- ii.eiIe.
and it " as p.licvod tl at th.e other ;id"
would have b.en ui!!'n" to hear tlvir
share of the evponsi., inaspoieli as the
total amount involved v.uM ho r la
1i"' !v all.
V I -e ,'ief of til- CltV r,illOe't t .
la-t iv"'. t hat th" '.cncilmei. ,
ad'. to aei"ptil'7 the li",l, M , f
on oni'o'iv the h '. or kocpir'r tl '
flos..,l t,.l tl.e pet :!!, ivi" 'ta
i GERMAN UHLANS, ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY.
PRIESTS LEAVE WAR
LAND FOR AMERICA
Pastor of St. Vincent's Church
and Party left Havre for
New York Friday
Miss Margurite Oliver, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Oliver of Cape Gir
ardeau, is safe in Europe. A telegram
to former Senator Oliver from Con
gressman J. J. Russell at Washing
ton yesterday, stated that she was
with a party of friends in an ancient
castle at Florence, Italy.
Miss Oliver's whereabouts were
made known through Burton Thomp
son, a New York broker, who is a
brother of Mrs. J. C. Jones, wife of
the dean of the college of arts and
tcience at the Missouri University.
Mrs. Jones, who is an intimate friend
ot the Olivers, is chaperoning the
party on their European tour.
Miss Oliver sailed from New York
ulmost a month ago on the steamer
Moltke, landing at Naples early in
SLAYS THEM WITH AX
AND HIDES IN FURNACE
Butler Who Was Dismissed for
Misconduct, is Saved From
Mob by Sheriff
Spring Green, Wis., August 15.
Julian Carleton, a negro butler at
the "Love Bungalo" of Borthwick,
Cheney Wright, 35 years old, who was
formerly Mrs.Borthwick Cheney, until
ihe eloped with Frank Lloyd Wright,
a Chicago architect two years ago.
The negro also slew John Cheney,
12 years old, Mrs. Wrights son, Mar
tha Cheney, the daughter and sister,
Emil Brodells, 26 years old, a draught
man employed by Wright, and Ernest
Weston, 15, a son of William Weston,
a gardner at the Wright home.
Tom Blunkert, a laborer, CO years
old, was fatally hurt and burned, and
Willium Weston, Go, the gardner, was
treaties were of no avail, and at last
in desperation he shouted loudly for
help. One of the men then struck him
a vicious Mow in the mouth with his
free hand stifling his cries tempor
arily. When they reached the river, they
taunte dliiin by discussing the differ
ent nu-ans by which they might drown
him. One suggested that they tie a
rock around his neck, and another ex-
WOMEN GO TO SHERMAN FINDS
WAR IN EUROPE STORE ROBBED
They Are Now Prckcla g TKI Tapped ar.d I mbrtllas
August, beveral letters, written . badly burned, but will recover.
unne sne was on tne voyage, reached
her parents and friends about the
time of her arrival on the other side.
A cable, which she sent from Naples
immediately upon leaving the ship,
The negro who was dismissed by
the Wrights Friday night, attempt
d to destroy not only every member
t the family but every person in the
Homes, But Plan to
and Clothing are Stolen
eiviun opened the door
f the Cald-
well-sherman store he rubbed his eyes
sto if he was awake, or if tho dis-
it an 'i
'if." in a an'
t C : C
Women . ill lie seen r.u i . ;, .
fields of Eurone. if the fie-l i :n.i. he.
pre. sed the belief that a coat securely , twee,, Austria-Hungjry and Servia
tied over his head would he sufficient an.l iiu.'sia becomes general. Since the
to insure a complete job. .'men of Hungary have been eallo'l to ,,1,l,-'r'd condition in which he found
I lie .suspense became unbearable the war, the women of that kingdot i
I it i ! ...1- r '. . . . .. '
.i one. in a siaie in i rani ( i ui i y are n oteetmrr I n. ... ,, ,
rear, screamed louder than ever. many ol tl.er., hae 'ollowed the Ken ,
l-V.-irin.r tl,..i ..,ite.,ti.,n ,i,rh l.n ..i. i to tl,.. o.-n.,,! o ' : '"at u u as 1'ral- th.at :ho store
, Miueu inai. uie party nan a pleasant i plov of the Wrights
trip and that all were well. That was j t Wc U) thp housp
l.er last message to her family. ' .
! Much apprehension was felt for ' fam,ly W('rf' at luni-,h,on. "' then he
her safety after war broke out, and ! l"0, u'' nis P'ili.'n just outside of
! the State Department of Washington ! the only window i.u h the imprison
j i.nd members of Congress were asked j people could escape. As thev
..... oe, .ewiuves nere in locating tJlul1l,, .., hr ,.,.,,,,,1 .u,, u,..,.,. ,.f
.Mr. Thompson notified the State . ... . . '
.us n uin.s v. un an ax. i no noe-co
.-.-..i. ...i o J 'ciuu-imeni as soon as ne received n
. .-i i ...iti inn;; ..en oilill ' ... il, l.. , j 1 .,
private cablegram yesterday morning. " a iui"ml.v oi caroouc aciu
The Stati Department turned the and hid in the furnace in the cellar.
messsage over to Congressman Ii is- 1 He was drugged fro.n his hiding
sell who wired it to this city j plR,e ,,y a m()h wh(( mi(,()
1 he party are now at a castle, more i , , , ,.
. . . . .. nration t.i lvneh hi in. P.nf irru- ihii
things was imlv a niaht mare. " lvo eenuiries om. me Italian,
trat-ted by his outcries, n three rob
bers. vn at his feet and one at his
head. nil'e. him up an.l slowly
swung him back and forth, and w hen
tl""- finallv beciii e lia r'Menious in
'heir n'f st , en,. ,) si. I'vly .."'.
' wi. ai'd at tlie coMiit el' three, '-ith
Ihe n.i.ii.'ii of Hungary are .?.,. j '
and fearless. They say that if neces-i 1
sary tney will fight again, just as '
th'.v did in tin revolution of 1S-10, 1
v. nen ti ey v ent to the ront as offi
cii s ;ind soldiers, and stood ; ii.;':Mor
' i"d ti-enuth th.
ft in'o the middy
t in tlv act i f e i
to ..Moulder wilh their hv.Ar,
ineis anil urotliers.
One of the favorite str.ries
llungarian v.o.nen tell
' w r.
( ii ' '
ad v. cut under,
',' lediau I .
-.. as tlv v. ;t.
" of I-,.
,n a.i I I,
f. . .
v hi eh
i i ne. a ronoeil. i ue i-iunev ( rawer
id beer, forced open and the contents !
muiu ng to r.ho-t 12.70 had been
tov'i. K'lih' r in 'stiivaiion disclos-
I .-s of a ii 'v.l) '.- of articles
- . Ha.- . und-.'r- i ai-, shirts,
thi .-ves i.l.-o ;
ri.i : to I. ii. ? i'i t
v h" I :i 1 bnukh
!!"' to a )l'0S)..
' IV I
hi i ha
than two centuries old. The Italian
women, friends of Mrs Jones, conduct T0W'I '"'"tf him
a bop.fding ho'ir.e, which is in the sheriff and a posse of deputies took
natore of nn inn. The party are snf the black from the mob and hurried
: nd all are in splendid health. With Llnl to j,,,,,,,.,,,.;.;,, to bp.
!-: Ou-e are: ?fr .Tones and ; j. lu.j .
(laughter, Katherine, of Columbia:' ' 1 " '
Miss Juliet Howling, daughter of the ' T!"' n,'t;T,, ,ia'' m t'n in th(" employ
IVesident of the Kxchange bank at'1'' the family for severad tisonths, but
Cohimbia and Miss MeUie V. Robnett, ! misbehavior v. a stl-o ca-.ise of his dis-
; daurrhter of a prominent merchant of ,isSal.
: Columbia. .
l athey T'l.omas .1. T."'an. ta-tor of
. V'ncent's Cathelle church in this
y. v lv,.-. visit in K i-ope has enured
arm t his friends lvre. .-ailed fr..-
MKKCilANTS OX MXCTHSION,
exoiirsi-n given on the Steamer
on tho T.n I'im-vc" h'riil."
.1 s..,,t to Fathev
' .1 !:
. He v.
. L.yes v
f i e;'
w::'; '. .
vurdi ;;ii yislenlay by th" I!"
vh.aut s" Associatior,. for th.e
of the (f.r!:;: an.l other em
h:id lier.i v. d -he ph s-
l I. rutin;;- the l-'mn ih of J.
il t.lti mil d a"d w-.m; a v, .i-
:.!l ;.f tlv
ill. I'- : I..
Anili i . d .
lit t.-.e -i . . H
suited in Mi.h i xti
that his entire hoi'
'a'-rh, ci' oh' at.-d .
tation-:. In addition
ar and tlv; realization
( 'atli'.'iic are aligne
in tlv strueele. ha
'hold is alarm.
loday the .lortor; gave strict orders ;
that under no circunistanc. s i ; Ills!
Holiness to ho permitted to receive :
nny news of the progress of the war. !
No one is to be permitted to mention i
it in his presence. l!ut whether this
will have the effect hoped for is un- I
certain, as the Pontiff has taken the!
outbreak of lv, t ilities so much to'
'!'!. " of his assailants,
! .- d tliat I," v oidd know them
' ' !'' !! !ia " n lo meet them
' i i I iilH'i men lieeve
vi.-l K i'a. . ho n'a.1" a fruitless hunt
l; 'i- ;!,. ::;. a'-MH:' Ihe jjoilth river
fi.-n' in t.'v I..,:-... of finding the mis
I'lanhiri was thoroughly soaked and
so chilled that his teeth fairly chat
tered. After advising the officers of
the occurrence, and helping with the
search for a few minutes, he hurried
. a!- v t'v ;
on a flit f.
Tlv wo, u
on t . tlv
tiful s' ,-liin.
boarding car, where a boun
ty of dry (lothing awaited
1 SV. lT.i:iM. AND.
Gr. h'e .:
wa ; .-- Hi
can C v.
M 'i ;i:t. I
an ! a
1 o ;.
a-. I I
I'r ' ,
in try, i' ho !
r llm-i ic' t i !
v.. 'ivv and
1 :!v Amen..
... M... '
' ' f luriv.l .
; - v.- as y. ;
, ;;..s there I
' ! of :
, f c ',,,,, :
ich'a in Soiithr-ast Missouri is no
i .in experiment. Those who have
v .-v. the; .'ey season are most
if in it - praise, and are
to increase their acreage,
-co 1 - iv. I bed ready and sow
; so. n
ii'i-. U'l iiv u can go m
hit;' as September "0,
-ihli-he.l before winter,
i is a d di. at phmt and
r ' loch ve have no ,-im-"
-'.".n. 1. It is no dw-
: I '
also p. 1 "t i 1 1
: .11 1 .loy.'n on
tie. ::i v. ith the
thciii with th
t.iica ciiivbe.l half
pitchforks. 1 .h:. I C i
way down the ladder, and took the red
flag from the leader of the Turks'.
In every war in which Hungary has
been engaged, the women of the nation
have fought alongside the ,en, n
this country, the women of every class
high or low; rich and poor are
treated with respect and equality.
Men consult their wives on business
deals. Husband and wife are equal
partners in their possessions,
I!ooause of this practice, the women
feel n much patriotism as the men.
The Hungarian women perhaps are
more loyal to their country, than the
women of any other nation, because
thev f 'el an equality with the men.
That is why th-y fight.
It is not only possible, but highly
probable, that if the Hungarian sol
diers are drawn into the present war
to fight for Austria, their women will
be found on the baMh'fv h, fi
lit V.'MCIO .
a eo . !.
: ! li. ;,.;..:! a
. hich wa ; prif d up
driver. Thi.; tool
v, as evidently overlooked when the in
truders departed as it was found lay
ing near the cash drawer.
Tho thieves are still at large and
no tangible clue has yet been discov
ered as to their identity.
ith their h" han
Hii'irary is oiv
vtr.'P wlvr" th
for eoi'id sr:," I'r.r
!: leV !. -m ' s-,1
;., ttA v ... ; tv
Weevil and all other insects attack
ing stored grains can be killed by the
use of carbon bisulfid. Two pounds for
every 100 bushels is the right amount
to use, if tho granary is air-tight nnd
there are not many weevil. This
amount should be doubled if the gran
ary is not tight, or there are a large
number of insects.
Place the liquid in shallow dishes on
top of the grain. The gas that forms
is heavy and will sink to the bottom.
It is very inflammable and we should
avoid fire or heat of all kinds.
Manv pease were bought i.t a hifh
price this season that the drouth has
prevent-.! bcimr planted. Th:, tr.-.t-nvut
will net iniure their vitalitv. The
e:-"S , , i ;;,,, j,v ,j. ,,.,.,,.,,,,.,
and it 'v !d b r.'i.at'd m a eek'or
r M'isse.,1 of iVrryvi'.le.
is a hr.ther Mrs.
! Weber ci this city.
Tlie i if.ny friends and relativ of
tilde clergymen have been much wor
ried since tho war broke out. Cable
garms sent to them in Paris and other
cities where they might have been,
brought no reply. Father I.evan of
the Cape was in Paris during the re
cent rioting, but he met with no harm.
These priests had planned a lengthy
Ftay aboard, expecting to visit Rome
before returning home, but recent de
velopements made it impossible to
travel with any degree of safety. On
the udvice of the American Represen
tatives in the various cities, the
priests decided to cut short their visit
ond return to the United States.
v.:- u. tet-il.
forvm.it - sr.i ir, i
blea-'h bviv.it h tl-
...-.!.! '.:' b
.1 ti-v trip,
.p. r '-.a.-, s"-."
V e! thill
Iiv lin'irs of
Iii. h. tei vcrn
of the e..(
trie light-- ilhniiinatiiT
The (teanier left the wharf about .".
o'clock in the afternoon and after vp
ing up tho river to Cape Pock, turned
southward, steamed to Commerce be
fore returning to the Cape.
HOY SCOl'TS TO CAMP.
BIDS LET 1SY COUNCIL.
At the meeting of tho City Council
last eight, Herman I oef'fel was
award ". 1 the contract for th" imnrove-ve-f
, f pmdin street from Ploom-
f'"l 1 I 1 Independence.
:h: T or-rfop, bid wa f-r .1 1 .Pt'fi.ffi.
I. V. P c.is" wa-: the un'v comp.'tit ive
bidd.-r f the v!-k. l avir." suhm'tteil
is off. t . perform tlv ta.sk for Pi t ,
T'- r av-. tl al ;e i'., e --e.; the Un-
p""V"""fit or :;.,v.i, v.;.,-. r
'ni.i t i V:-.. !(. and M.ael- .-'v.t f
v ....... .,Vi n,T,-.- ,.4 :,, f.,,. b:,),;
Troop No. 1 of the Doy Scouts met
last night in the basement of the
Presbyterian church for the purpose
of completing the plans for the camp
to be held at Ilurfordville.
They will leave here on Monday,
August 24th, and tho cquippage wifl
be conveyed to the camp ground in
Seabaugh's auto truck. A few of the
boys will accompany the equipment,
and the remainder of the troop will go
in automobiles, supplied by the com
mittee. The camp will be located near
where it was held last year, but a
more desirable site has been selected
a short distance further down the
The Camp Committee held a meet
ing yesterday evening nnd arranged a
program for the lectures nnd other
means of entertaining the bny.i while
V. K. M. Carty of Cairo, n repre
sentative of th" Cncn-Cola Company.
hil be.i "hi this c'tv fnr ccvofjll ll-IV
t.t pi M :'-tv;',. sn r,--.rw. v hVh will he
h-.ndled bv O. D. Sivrley.
r---- L. .T. Albert. w'--i l".- l. Tii -i...
it"l" be- lv.. '"!. C;, ' . .- r.,,l
v'f. deon' t.-.! V-f ..lilt . ... lie
.-lea. f. Fl, T.i-Is. M-;. AT), ..,'(
fevnvr!v ' resident of C;in- r;:;-a".l""-i
b"t niived to Pt Toot,- iV,,,,..;,. rc,.
(l-r. (h dth of lv rnsb'irid.