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GOVERNOR GARDNER'S ANNOUNCEMENT.
Col. Fred D. Gardner, Governor-elect of Missouri, has announced that he.
;md not the professional politicians, will rule the State for the next four
years. As proof that he expects to live up to this promise, he says he vi!i
not consider a single appointment until his legislative program has been
"I am going into office without a promise to a human being on any sub- I
.i-ft whatsoever." was the statement he made in St. Louis, on his return Assassination of Dead Monarch's
from the South. Son Was the Cause of
('!. Gardner was not the choice of the professional politicians when lie j European War
vm the nomination. Mad the old convention system been in vogue, he would,
without doubt, been eliminated. He was the popular choice of the voters
f bis party in August, and is the only Democrat who could have defeated
scarcely recognized the new Empress
and the aristocracy of Vienna held
aloof from her. The spirited young
jj j woman, however, scorned all of her
enemies and to the day of her death
(treated with icy contemptuousnesy;
those who later on would have given
"Emperor of Sorrow" Had much to win her favor.
Spent Last Days Amid a j Tho E"Peror. nder the influence of
Reign of Tragedies. 1 s ng ue' s came a taoerai
III pllllLICS UIlU it Iltfio III Will. 1.I1C
Czar Nicholas conferred on him the
! Cross of St. George for great personal
valor, andat Novaaea and on other
fields he showed wonderful bravery.
The crushing reverse at Selferino so
affected him that he wanted to die and
j actually ,-,tood motionless under a gall
j ing lire from a French Lattery, hoping
i that he would be killed.
Fran v. .Ir.sof re: nf-vsiwii iirsnn-
Vienna, Nov. 21. Kmperor Franz!, , , ,, . . ...
1 1 la.-uy has PCol together Lie Auslro-
II t - 1 I J - I .!
Judge Lamm. Tho Major administration saddled a burden on Gardner j J vin lft -'"" till-s morning Hungarian. Empire in spite oT thc hos-
... .... 1, ;' the aged Emperor's piiy.-ician made ;ijtv f 17 , vttinn-i Ptio-- coomodmr
whnh otilv Gardner could tarry to victorv. , 1 ,, 1 '. . ; -'-u 01 tin. i( national. uts tompooin
. , tnc announcement that the Monarch it, toward one another.
.ar,bnr has no reason to be gruto.ul to me professional poht.cians, aiI had succumbcd. Outside the paiace a 0lle of thc lal.kcst tracks in the
he ii.-jluys t:ie proper spirit when ho says no will ignore them in making j great throng stood anxiously awaiting ! vm,K ,ors t. ,vas thc suicide of his
his appointments. It has been so long since Missouri had a Governor who I since early in the afternoon. Like!onv S0I1( ;10 down Prince Rudolph.
wildnre the news spread, heils were ; Tlu. Crown Prince had been married
tolled all over the city. The Emperor j t0 the princess Sicphania, daughter of
was fe7 years old. ' mie wn f the Bclirians. It was not
Special Dispatch to The Tribune.
wa.- not a feature of the political machine men that it seems like fiction
expert one HOW.
But Mr. Gardner displayed a quality of independence throughout the cam
paign that was to be admired. His promises for the future, if judged by
his record in the past, are made to be kept.
The political spoilsman lias been a para.-ite upon state administrations in
Mis.-ouri i'r generations, and Governor Gardner's announcement that the
jaw n f a nev era is at hand will be recen cd with unanimous approval by
Charles Francis Joseph, grand-
! nephew of the dead Kmperor, will be-
a love match. Rudolph chose her only
because she was less objectionable
come emperor, lie is i years oia aim than the other princesses who had
has been commanding the troops on I ,,e(,n jstrd for him. The unhap-
tiie transylvanian JlOJlt. , iRP- n-hir-h his mother, the Kmrii-ess.
1 " . r -
had predicted for the union soon over
took the pair. He maddened her by his
had been called the
ring-leader saved the aged oiler's
A similar anarchistic plot was
broken up in June, 1102.
Franz Josef was the hardest work
er among the monarchs of Europe. He
always arose early and labored late,
keeping a close grasp on ail the de-j house in the City of Cape Girardeau,
tails of administration within his em-! CaPe Girardeau County, State of Mis-
conferred, at the request of th legal
holder of said note, and in pursuance
of the terms of said deed of trust
Friday, the 1st Day of December, 1916,
between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a,
m., and 5 o'clock p. m., on that day,
at the east front door of the Court -
mgered him by her
nil: trial or patkwlman tallky.
Patrolman George Talley, who is charged with ciubbini
citizen without proper justification, will be heard by
City Council Wednesday night. It is imj
point tiiat this matter be s tiled without prejudice.
In lieu of tin
I Franz Josef
r'fc.inperor ot borrows 01 .V.istita be-, iijrt-t .ions and she
j cause ot the long rtcorU o! t rallies . denunciations.
thai attended las reign. " I ne curse ot j 0,, tH, mornjn.r f 2!. 1
huunl.-d him n his j t10y ViPIV folin,j )I(1.i togeti:er in the
()i ail the Sigures in i,,,ni !.,. ;.,v.,1.i;,,,.r it w m.r,.
;ortant from the public slan.l- ont emporary history his was at once j craiiy believed that each committed
.one 01 me most magruneem J.na me , thoujrh tlie tiiecry lia been ad
most, nafhetic. With a lorif and event- !.-.... ....7 t.,.i!-.i, i..,..i 1.:.. ,,.;
, I- .1 r. - I" ----- f WUIl. l Uiiil HHIlVIUIl IIUIUCILU I l.
"lu? 11 u.u ; nV. i,nh ,n, htm. -i 1'e overcas, iv
lion, or to oiler a plea for the patrolman. Hut from uin!!icial reports. t i -Usa-sleLS that would have uuseated a
widened by sorrows
the Mavor and the 1 oeciining year.
.-. ins that b.ith may have been in the wrong.
'I'hey are of opposit"
personal feeliiigs to govern his judgment
Without any criticism of .Mr. Kocher, he was in the w rong wlien he dis- ; ,owet
turb. i a political meeting, because it v a net of his faith. M
feeb'er ruler, and
...!;. f. ith ..,-,.1 a..,.i.i ,..,..i, it hi t.iat wouki have wrecked a wea
j man. in the evening 01 11 is iajs n
I l . i- . 1 1 r , .. 1
I no re me oiutien 01 me ouai in.in u.i
- ' " ! 1
piac-t lii.u u Jer ai iest. .V policeman s c:-.i: is a nangerou.- weapon juni
v. iili his cilib when lie
. ladey, iio j jijs
could liavc ! rope ;
-::eli;i! tie lis''l
iii,- 1 v. elve ear
only whf 1 absolutely necessary. S5ut .ir. Tali;y, during
oa tho force, has never been charged with misuse- of !ii.
If Mr. Kocher'-. reputation were not that of a man who
id ids ti ' lost .;!. ;ar
.'Jm !! reya: :!.; ue ) '
comfort for hint in ais .-ri
in- v-ork'! 0:1 unreU'r.'ti.ig'y :
".-leadfasl'' at l.'s post.
Tin-re were mane who said
; acted within his rights. unprecedented list o! iam:iy
Tiie whole matter sif.s itself down to a question of politics. Doth per j that attended his life w.
house in Ku
adheres strictly to the law. the natinal assumiition would be that Mr. Tal
and then killed himself.
Another severe blow was the death
of his brother Maximilian, who was
executed in Mexico, w here he had gone
in an attempt to establish the rule
of the Hapsburgs. His sister-in-law
Ciariotta then became a hopeless ma
no ..-.1- j Oilier relatives who caused the un
s 11. lie . fortuaatf ruler no end of sorrow, w-rr
hat j tl! A-el.dahe Ladh laus. w ho was shot
a taen j j,, .. hui-line; I'rinet Louis 01"
Trani and the Archduke Johann, who
,. ere drowned, and his wife's sister.
Dm boss d'Alecon, w h.o was burned
pire. The warring nationalities within
his dominion were held together by his
personal popularity. He could speak
the language of each one, and all were
ready to forget tiieir difference in
their" desire to honor him when he
made his public appearances.
Despite his great age and many sor
rows, Franz Josef enjoyed exceptional
ly good health up until a few years
ago. He was a great sportsman and
was more fond of his horses and guns
than he was of his crow n.
When ex-President Roosevelt visit
ed Vienna on the return from his Afri
can trip, he visited the show with the
Kmperor as the latter's guest.
It was in 1H0K that the Balkan
States were threatened with war, but
through the diplomacy of the aged
Kmperor, and thj pressure of the Eu
ropean powers, the war clouds disap
peared, and left Austria-Hungary with
two more provinces Bosnia and Her
zegovina. In May of the same year, the Em
peror celebrated the Diamond Jubilee
of his reign as ruler of Austro-Hun-gary.
All the Austrian Dukes and
J'rlni'Oo inl Iniinnvnr- WilliOrvi rt (lnf
- 1 1 I V V Ull'l tJllljJV-i Oi IIIIVIIII L Jtl
many attended the festivities and paid
I their respects to his Majesty.
The Balkan War of 1112 and the
Second Balkan War of thc next year
both threatened several times to in
volve Austria-Hungary. The troops of
thc dual monarchy were almost con
stantly under arms and the war ex
penses were very great.
Then in June, 1014, the Archduke
Franz Fredinand, nephew of the Em
pror, and heir presumptive to the
throne, insisted, upon visiting Serajevo,
the capital' of Bosnia. Bosnia and
I Herzegovina have a large Servian ele
ment in their population and the pan
Slavie propaganda was rife. The Ser
vian ambassador at Vienna is said to
have warned the Archduke of danger,
but Franz Ferdinand insisted on the
souri. offer said property for sale to
the highest bidder for cash in hand,
for the purpose of satisfying said debt
and the cost of this foreclosure.
F. H. Martens, Trustee.
lliat the I
milted their nthusia.-r.i for their respective parties to ovirride their bet-1 curse i.'-i -1 li
ter judgments, and in this both made a mistake. Mr. Kocher had a right ; Hap-burg.
t attend the Democrat:'- meetng, but he had no author y to d.-'urb the
speaker or use rip.-oper language, which, ho admits, he did. 31 r. Talley
should have placed him under arre.-t without the use of the club. These
jiu-.-tions are not debatable.
But to di.-ai!.-.- Tadec from the foice, in
record, would be an injustice and would set
te-s Carolvr. w'io.-e .(! v.
death for participating in
garia.i uprising of I Mi'-. S!-.:
heaven and hell to bla-L the
Iuc to ";to death at a charily bazaar in Paris
i:0.;Sf ol 1
put to i
call cm! on
vb.v.- ..r bi 2.,,,. ;,r.fl n.HI.fui .of the Kr-.peror,ioexiorr-:ii'
" " I-, .-.
!,,,..,.,,. nl-ece.lent ll!uy. t StllKC I: 11. U.oso in.u
. i ...... i. ...... i i.. ..i, ;.!.,..! t, tr. 1 ie ove't. -o .icu i.s-
i ...I ;u t i I'll i ti hr ill', n i n luat ihui I ' ' 1 " v t ..v.- jn . i . :
t i -i t
policemen removed from the force. And if pra--tic-d, this would have a ; cniioicn.
t.wi.l. t. ..-erf t..1 !. ,i I, .rinntor.'im.f. f.T'llfK f 1lll !:.'.' V.'f.ll'M 1 11.1Z lf..-ef
The cro.' niiig giief of his long ca
reer of sorrow was the assassination
of the Empress Elizabeth. Tin's took
plave in Geneva on Sept. 10, lS'l'e. Her
Majestv was walking from the Hotel
.npi.w . j yt(,.vi (, jVii!!W to the ianciing of a
teumer when sii" was shot. S'le wa.-
' carried back to the hotel, ami there ex-
fa : Vi
and ruin h
would make society suffer.
Wo do -mt favor the dismissal of Mr. Ta !". Th" Council and the Mayor
e :iy fi'd that both men were rquallyto blame, and in that event -both should
lie reprimanded. But it is the first cha'-ge ever placed again.-t the police
man, and in view of his record, lie de-servos another chance, even though Iiis
actioas were not justified, which, of course, will be decided on the evider.ee.
i ll- was the
: born Aug. lis l.-"0.
the Archei.'he Fra-i-
Cot i :: ( 'ol. U.Msove'.t iias mentioned the word '"hyphen
Toesday, v raber 7. It is now
and "Two Little Girls In Blue."
category with "Fre
WHAT CAPK CIlvABDKAC NKKDS MOST.
low a o i..uw lior.uiation in noit ountv. lias dum
re;, !. a ;ov;;i
lour 11 ii. - Ionv. i.i order to keep herself on the map. Tb.
make thi.- entcrmise a success was raised bv tlie business me'i
('. iiirardeau is only ten miles from one of the greatest railroad cen
cis. son of Francis S. Kmpv.or of Aus
tria. He cam-- to the throne in ls!
as the successor of his luvle. Ferdi-
nan 1, wlio icoi n"i) ioj c to '- j
l":e L4ll.('- i s in.1. -
before j due the Hungarian revolt and To affect
Silver" jthe pacification of Lo.nbardy. Tiiis Ik-
i in;; accomplished, an era ot loac.ton j
(began. In IS.".!'. Lvmbardy was ceded J
i.. mlinm n-.l.l 1..- War With PlM's- !
, .. i..: ,if. .f I cipb'
rai 1 road ! 1:1 -Hasina .w.s ..nv... v... .
v necessary 'excluded from Germany. At the same
time, she was forced to h-i.al over
Venice to the King of Sardinia, who
had fought as th" Ally of Prussia
pir.-d. Tlie assassin was an Italian
anarchist. Lui'l,! I uccessi, who had
been an Italian soldier. The Empi ror
is report .d to I-.ave cried out when he
heard the nes: "Shall I never be
freed Iroin grief and pain in this
l'ra;iZ Josef was a man of the deep
est religious feeling and devotion. One
very striking evidence of this was his
rj-to.n of V.
I. ;s ia the Stale, but the only way to g.-t tin-re is by driving down a coun
This city, by following the example s t by the Holt County hamlet, could
doabj.- its population within a few years. And if Cape Girardeau couM
link ht is"!f with the Thebes bridge and the low ns ad jacent tin reto, it would
in. I !.. necessary to beg small factories and other enterprises to locale in
It ha- been said by a former President of the Comn
Gi.ai h au could build a track from this city to lilmo for approximately
.",:).(((!. An. I if the bu.-ie.ess factions in this city could be eliminated, this
Pio.iv- t wouid be u;..iortaken. But so loa. as lite business nv u ai ray them-
i After this, the Emperor adopted a
Id i,rn of his Empire every Maunday
Thursday in imitation of Christ's ex-
e.ini.:iy m ..w'siue tuv ir. ... ins i't.
to teach them humility. "The
Apotles," as the twelve men are
styled, were seated in a row on a
raised platform in the pah.ee, while a
suitable religious ceremony was per
formed. Toward the dose of this the
Kmneror took a gold basin of water,
,.!; i.r -iiif-iP:ition toward th" na-
. ' "... - i: , ,, a ...-j handed him bv tin-Court Cluimberlain.
tionaaties witmn his dominion. A te. , . . ,
Ki'i"" of Hun-' l)I !,i H " lm "are ieet 01 earn
"Apostle and wined toe water (u witii
la towel. "The Apostles" were then
'sent to tiieir humble homes in court
A bomb -:ts thrown at the carriage
(of the Archduke in the streets of the
Bosnian capital, but he managed to
escape it explosion. He went to the
municipal buildings and protected to
the city authorities at their hospitality.
Then he started through the town
again. Gaviil Prinzip, an Austrian
youth, ran up to the carriage and
mortally wounded both the Archduke
and the Archduchess, who tried to
shield her hur.band. It was found la
ter that men with bombs had been
ousted on other points in the city and
tin- chance of the Archduke's getting
out aiive had been remote.
"Nothing is spared me!"' cried the
ajred Kmperor when he heard of it.
The Auslrians nroved to their satis
faction that the bomb which killed the
Archduke had been made in the royal
arsenal at Belgrade and preparation?
for war were followed by an ultima
tum to Servia. Servia yielded all ask
ed in the ultimatum with the excep
tion of one point, which sr offered to
submit to arbitration. Austria-Hungary
then declared war on her. Rus
sia came to her defense, bringing in
Germany as Austria's ally and France,
England, Belgium and Japan on the
other side, in the greatest conflict of
Under a'l these burdens the aged
Emperor bore up. He is said to have
worked fourteen hours a day. despite
his S4 years.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ES
TATE IX PARTITION.
In the Cape Girardeau Court or
Common Pleas, within and for the
County of Cape Girardeau and State
of Missouri. Wednesday, the 20th day
of September, 1016, the 6th day of the
July term, 11J1G.
Emma Krieger and William Krieger,
pi lintiffs, vs. Ek!a Krieger, a minor,
Pauline Krieger, a minor, Walter Krie
ger, a minor, Clarence Krieger, a
minor, Freda Krieger, a minor, ana
Charles A. Muclbcch and William
Schaefer, defendants. No. 4797.
Decree and order of sale.
By virtue and authority of a decree
for partition and order of sale made
by the Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas, in and for Cape Girardeau
County, Missouri, on Wednesday, the
20th day of September, lf16, the same
being the 6th day of July Term, 1916,
of said Court, in the above entitled
cause, a certified copy of said decree
and order was issued from the office
of the Clerk of said Court, dated the
20th day of September, 191G, and de
livered to me, the undersigned Sheriff
of Cape Girardeau County. Missouri,
and I will, on
Thursday, Ihe 30th Day f November
between thc hours of !) o'clock in the
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after
noon of that day, and during the ses-
sfon of the Cape Girardeau Court of State of JIia.
I V "k"l - T 1 -s A. ll. I .
ujiimuii i u-d., at me east court House
door in the city of Caps Girardeau,
Missouri, sell at public aurtion, to the
highest bidder, on the un.o.vmg terms,
namely for cash in hand, the follow
ing described real estate lying and be-
in the County of Cane Girardeau
w. 29.50 chains to a corner from
which a hickory 6 in. in dia. brs. n.
S'i degrees e. 27 links; thence s.
degree, 3.50 chains to a corner from
which a black oak 24 in. in dia. brs.
n. 65 degrees w. 51 links; thence s.
S9 degrees w. 3.20 chains to a stone
corner from which a post oak 12 in.
in dia. brs. n. 13 '.a degrees w. ;!2
links; thence s. S'i degrees v. C4.6'I
chains with the public road to the n.
e. corner of the 9.90 acre tract thence
n. 78 degrees w. 10.20 chains to thc
beginning comer, containing in all
Which said conveyance was made in
trust to secure the payment of a cer
tain promissory note in said deed of
trust described; and whereas, default
has been made in the payment of said
Now, therefore, I, the undersigned
trustee, at thc request of the legal
holder of said note, and by virtue of
the authority in me vested by said
deed of trust, will, on
Tuesday, December 19, 1916.
between the hours of 9 o'clock in tin
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the after
noon of said day, at the south door
of the court house in the city of
Jackson, Cape Girardeau county, Mis
souri, proceed to sell the above de
scribed real estate at public vendue
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, for the purpose of satisfying said
debt and the cost of executing this
trust. Wash Miller.
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IN TAX SUIT.
fr.-.rv and took the oath on Ihe H'ir.-
ami State of Missouri, to-wit:
Ail of the south half of lot 41 in
range C, of the city of Cape Girardeau,
described as follows: Beginning at the
S. E. coiner of said lot 41 in range
C, thence N. along the west line of El
lis street 56 feet to a corner, thence
west parallel to Themis street 181.50
feet to an alley, thence south with the
west line of said lot 41 in range C,
56 feet to the S. W. corner of said lot
41 in range C. 181.50 feet to the be
ginning corner, said real estate being
situate in the city of Cape Girardeau
in the county of Cape Girardeau in
the State of Missouri.
W. A. Summers,
Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County, iro.
ii :.. K'-.l H. I-'ivmeror .
I l U iis III ; - ..i-t 1 : . v -- ..... i ,
i n c . ,. i,,. i;,,.,!!,- tii..) carnages, and an excellent meal anti
iii-ii-rioil ino I' mil res. w no rll.!ii '!' i
lereial Club that Cane ! i... ri-. w,! r 5m ,M,in in Switz- 1 t'1-hlled purse was provided for each, j
erlan I more than 40 years later. She
was ihe Princess Elizabeth ef Bavaria.
His motherhad intended Iha: he should
tee I'l-itv-s; Helena. It!" oldest
SU I t
daughter of th
ai l . r a i i. . .
Alter uie muruer oi me r.mpress,
then were reports that the Emperor
was to many tho Fran-ess Maria Mer
cedes, sister of th:? King of Spain.
I who was then most 19 years old. and
tch.. also that ho would wed the youngest
against each, other, progress must thrust itself upon us.
Ca.pi- C:rard'-au wouid call a peace meeting and effect a
. I.Iri... I l... In C.- -iii;-; -ii- l?!ii!i-n!i.U :iw o-ii; loi'i1 !,;. firl-.- -i e-ot uuet i.c r-a-lc
d.-velopnn-nt of eve. y locality, and these are the .me necessity which I Fran- .T..-ef acquiesced in hi arrange- j sister of the Princess Louise of Bul
city t-efl moot. While one element sleeps w ith one eye open to make j ment. and set out for Duke Max s ca- .gaiia.
that the oilier faction doesn't make away with an extra dime, it is idle tie to complete the formai betrothal, j Those reports w ere untrue, but in
ail. about the retl of new industries. j While he was going throusrh the pak;hi;; Tilth year the Emperor did inform
j (a his way to the ca -th- door, he saw, j :. morganutic alliance with .Madam
wandering among the. trees ami snriii)- ! Kathi Schr itt, who held the rank of
bery. a little girl in a short dress. The !aui t comedienne at Vienna,
chil l's extraordinary charm ai d beau-j Several attempts were made on the
ty at once i.ttracted his aUontioa and,;rp ()(- .-,anz jost.f tm course 0l-
A TRIBUTE TO FATHER MURTAUGIL
paid to tin- memory of Father Mnrtaugh by Father Touren-
wl-.ich appears in full in another column of The Tribune today, will
:i especially to the host of Cape Girajdeauans who knew
An eulo'-y like tirs may not ameliorate
sat i, faction to the friends ami relatives to know that a life devoid to i l bride. He at once cancelled th? en
won his heart. He soon learned that
j the young girl was the Princess Eliza-.-tinir
of death, but It is somejbeth, the vo-.inc.er sister of his intend-
tbn u'liift of mankind, not only merits, but receives
its just ac!-:::o vI.Mlge-
jgagement. whh'h his mother hat! made
, for him.
-wore that he would never -x
his long reign. On Frb. 15, 1n5". when
the Emperor, then scarcely past 20.
was reviewing the army, a young Hun
garian named Joseph Ii Benyi, burst
through tlie throng that surrounded
...... ....... ...... .. .iM. c-t ieu shuck ill. uie Iinei a
! marry anybody but the lovely girl 'throat with a iharn. heavy butcher's
When the grim messenger brought to an end the earthly pilgrimage of j he bad seen in the park. The pi an j knife. His throat would have been
Father Murtaugh. it closed a book of good deeds done. He ave his life I suited the Duke Max. who promptly j Cl,t, jf the knife's point had not struck
to a cause for which he sacrificed much. ! gave his consent, and it was not ob- ja heavy buckle which the Emperor, as
,, i.i i i i i ,, i i i i 4. i i i - ! .iocterl to by the Princess Helena, who aa Austrian officer, wore at hi- neck.
Bom wealthy, he denied himself tnc pleasures that might have been his; . ... , , ' -
' , , ,,,.,., , -, - , v as not in lovP iVll!l t, c l-';-!ror and The assassin was quickly disarmed and
to take up a work that called for his fudest energies, but which gamed rathM. Wf.k.0,,le(l her re!ea. th ejit ,,ay han?ed fcr his trime
him little, except for the knowledge tliav a lite thus nveu is its own reward. ctorms of nrote.t came from his On June 12. 190a. a crank named
Father ?.Iurtaugh distributed charity where it was needed most, but lie
lid not prate about it. He and the recipient? alone know of it.
The1 memory of Father Murtaugh will linger long in Cane Girardeau. His
work here extended over a number of years, every day of which brought
a rift in the clouds of sorrow to someone somew here, who will "sigh for th?
touch of a vanished hand or the sound of a voice that is still."'
rather welcomed her release.
Storms of protect came from his
own family ami from the nobility of j Reich rushed upon the Emperor's car
Europe, who insisted that the Em- riage in Vienna, but was promptly
peror of Austria should not wed the
jyourger daughter of a penniless Duke
who was not even by birth a "royal
highness." Franz Josef, however, J Emperor hatched by anarchists in the
turn -i a deaf ear to all these t b.:ec-I Austrian capitol. The arrest of
driven off by the imperial coachmen.
In Aug. 1901, the police of Vienna
discovered a plot to assassinate the
Whereas, on the eighth (8) day of
January, nineteen hundred ami four
teen (I9J4), H. J. Martens, a single
person, by his certain deed of trust
of that date, and recorded in Book
seventeen (17), at page one hundred
twenty-three (12"). of the trust rec
ords of Cape Girardeau County. Mis
souri, conveyed to the undersigned,
the following described real estate,
situated in the City and County of
Cape Girardeau, and State of ?dis
A fractional part of lot number
twenty-two (22), in range "D" de
scribed as follows: Begin at northeast
corner of said lot twenty-two (22)
thence run west parallel with Broad
way street, one hundred and eighty
(180) feet; thence south parallel with
Sprigg street, twenty-three (23) feet;
thence east parallel with Broadway
street one hundred eighty (lf0) feet
to Sprigg street; thence north along
west line of Sprigg street twenty-three
(23) feet to the point of beginning.
And, whereas, said conveyance was
made in trust to secure the payment
of a certain note therein described;
And, whereas, default has been made
in the payment of said note;
Now, therefore, I, the undersigned
trustee, by virtue of the power and
authority on me bv said deed of trust
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
Whereas, on the 12th day of June,
1913, J. S. Lehr and K. A. Lehr, hus
band and wife, of the county of But
ler, state of Kansas, by theii certain
deed of trust duly recorded in Book
12, at page 124, being one of the land
records of Cape Girardeau county con
veyed to the undersigned trustee thc
following described real estate, lying
and being in the county of Cape Girar
deau and state of Missouri, to-wit:
2.52 acres, the s. e. part of the n
e. U of the s. w. U and 14.19 acres, j on the application of the plaintiff, tin
County of Cape Girardeau
In the Circuit Court of Cape Gir
ardeau County, August Term. l-)lt.
The State of Missouri, at the rela
tion and U the use of J. Frank Cald
vell, Collector of the Revenue within
and for the County of Cape Girar
deau and State of Missouri, plaintiff,
vs. Mary J. Baldwin, defendant.
On the 31st day of December. 1915.
comes the plaintiff herein, by his at
torney, before the undersigned, clerk
of said court in vacation, and files his
petition, stating among other things,
that the above named defendant. Mary
J. Baldwin, is the owner of lot 1.
block 2. Red Star subdivision. City of
Cape Girardeau; that the taxes for tin
years, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 191.:.
amounting to th sum of six dollars
and sixtv-six cents, is over due and
unpaid. Whereupon a summons was
duly issued to the defendant and di
rected to the sheriff of Cape Girardeau
County, ami on the 24th day of April.
1916, saitl sheriff made return on said
summons that defendant could not be
found in Cape Girardeau County; and
on 17th day of July. 191 6. upon tin
application of plaintiff the court or
dered an alias summons issued, issued
directed t the sheriff of Bollinger
County, Missouri; and upon the 7th
day of August, 1916, said sheriff math
return on said alias summons tha. de
fendant could not be found in said
county of Bollinger.
And thereafter at the August Term.
1916. of the Circuit Court and on t
1st day of September in said year ut-
off the south part of the n. w. V of
thc s. c. li and 3.70 acres, the s.
w. corner of the n. e. k of the s.
e. V and 2.15 acres, the n. w. corner
U of the s. e.
37.82 acres, the north and west part
of the s. w. 4 of the s.
14.06 acres off the east part of the
s. e. U of the s. w. t all in sec
tion 28, in township 31 north, of range
11 east. Also 20.80 acres off the east
side of the n. e. U and 9.90 acres
the s. w. corner of the n. e. -i of
the n. w. U and 37.a0 acres, the west
side of the n. w. of the n. e. "U
court being first satisfied that process
could not be served upon the said -fondant,
it is by the court ordered that
said defendant be notified by publica
tion, that plaintiff has commenced a
suit against her in this court, the ob
ject and general nature of the petition
filed in said suit being the enforce
ment of the lien of the State of Mis
souri against certain real property
owned by said Mary J. Baldwin, and
fully described in said petition, for
certain taxes, interest ar-d costs, levied
upon said real property as in said pe
tition fully set forth. And that unit s..
of section in township 31 north, the said Mary J. Baldwin be and ap
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range 11 east, described by metes and j pear at this court, at tiie next lei
thereof, to be begun and holden at tie-
Court House in the City of Jack.-or..
in said county, on the 1st day :" ' -I'iry,
next, anil, on or Before the
day of said term, answer or oh .
thc netition in said cause, the . .:
will ! ? taker as confessed, and . i -
ment will be rendered according! . .
And it is further ordered that : ;
hereof be published according t
in the Weekly Tribune.
bounds as follows: Begin at a stone
corner of sections 28, 29, 32 and 33
in said township and range; thence
n. 89 degrees e. with line between
sections 28 and 33, 20.10 chains;
thence s. 1 degree e. 9.00 chains to
the n. w. corner of the 9.90 acre tract
for a beginning corner; thence s. 1
degree e. 11.90 ch Jns to a corner
from which a black oak 15 in. in dia.
brs. n. 281ij degrees west 16 chains;
thence n. 88 degrees e. 32.92 chains j t f v ;.irj )
to a corner from which a maple N-! Countr cf Cape Girardeau J1
7087 brs. w. 11 links and a dogwood j '
5 in. in dia. brs. n. 42 degress v.
12 chains; thence n. H degree w.
35.90 chains and a post oak 12 in.
brs. n. 89 degrees w. 27 links and a
post oak 12 in. brs. ; . 6'i degrees w.
33 links; thence n. S3 degrees e. 7.00
chains to a corner from which a per
simmon 6 in. in dia. brs. n. S6V2 de
grees e. 93 links; thence n. Vs degree
w. 11.08 chains to a stone corner
from which a post oak 14 in. in dia.
brs. s. 2 links; thence s. 89 degrees
I, Ben E. Masters, clerk of t' :
cuit Court of Cape Girardeau ;
aforesaid, hereby certify th ' i!
above is a true copy of the c iin i'
order of publication, in the caj.-e
therein named, as the same app-a:s ir:
Witness my hand as clerk, and t',e
seal of said Court. Done at of'.ce .r
Jackson, Missouri, this 21st day ..f
Seal Ben E. Masters, Cierk.