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Leader t' the Ineurrectoa Who
Are MtV.i i War Down In Mexico.
Ksny Onw!ti Cnc In Product O'lly
Four Kunorij Yaars Old.
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Oldest Bank in Southeast Mi
having hVge cnpital, exceptional strength
and established facilities, solicits your pat -ronage
with confidence in its ability to ex
tend every accommodation for business
consistent with sound banking methods.
J. ALBERT, President
It. OLIVER, Vlce-l'res.
II. L. MACIIEN, Cashier
J. F. LILLY, Asst. Cashier
Born, to the wife of Marvin
McLain, April 3rd. a girl.
C. G. Kiehne of Gordonville
was in the city last Friday visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mrs. Julien Miller is visiting
friends in St. Louis this week.
Mrs. Charles Harrison visited
relatives at Ste. Genevieve the
first of the week.
Kuellmer and wife of
visited relatives here
W. F. Schade was in the city
last Saturday on business.
The board of regents of the
Cape Girardeau State Normal
was in session last Friday after!
. Judge J. L. Fort of Dexter at
tended Federal Court here the
first of the week.
One I'm; IimHHiik UVii gallon when it
iik jmin. 400 years hro. linn been
placed mi exhibltjou In the Anioricnii
Museum of Natural History lu New
York city Ii l Kiularly known In
Madiipiwir. whence It runic, as the
(ii-.'diici of n fly i UK elephant, and ut the
Ki' til iif tt n self respecting ostrich
weiiid run and hide It h head for shame.
II would engulf half h dozen product a
of ili plumed bird of the desert and
furnish while Hiid yolks for fifteen or
kI.Ici-ii dozen hen creations. Itn leiigth
i eUrht Inches over nil. and It is two
feet ti ltd two Inches In circumference.
It cost the museum $100. for some
"trust" tins licen swa !lovtii! the sup
ply Hint thus Increasing tho cost of liv
Inn This ens him been In the British
museum for nineteen years und is ns
fre-.'! ns It was when tt was received.
I'.ofore the nepyornis. which whs wont
In produce such ecus, went out of the
iiiif-lness the natives of Madagascar
nre said to have made extensive use of
them. Now tho funail shells nre found
near streams and are used for rain
barrels or wine jars. They were not
especially desirable except In larpe
families, for the cold storage fnrllltiee
of Madagascar nre few.
The acpyornls Is believed to baT
been seven feet tall. Judging from ber
fossil remains, although some authori
ties stand out for twelve feet Th
creature was Industrious, but she did
not lay an egg every day, arid tbolarjse
sized cackle which went with ber ef
forts at odd times deranged the land
scape of the Island in many places.
The bird which left this oval land
mark la believed to bare been related
to tbe great auk. the dodo and various
other creatures now extinct. The re
mains Indicate that Its wings were
short Tbe appearance of this gigantic
shell is almost a vindication of the
character of the late Mr. 8lndbad, a
oriental traveler, who spoke of landing
on some distant Island and finding
there an egg laid by a roc. Fie built a
fire under the lee of it and cooked por
Hons of it as be required it.
Phone 534 Will Bring It
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ARCHBISHOP RYAN DEAD
The pupils of the West Broad
way school planted fifteen maple
trees Friday afternoon.
Dr. G. B. Schulz attended a
meeting of the State Board of
Health at Jelferson City the
first of the week.
A. D. Wilcox, cashier of the
City Bank of Bloomfield, was in
the city Monday.
W. G. Kitchen and Stephen
Chapman, editor the Vindicator,
of Bloomfield. transacted busi
ness here Monday.
Mrs. D. C. Haldaman returned
to her heme at Jackson last Sun
day after an extended visit to
Harvey Jones of Jackson was
in town Sunday.
Fostmaster L. C. Goodman
of Advance transacted business
in the Cape, Monday.
Attorneys Wilson W. Cramer
and T. D. Hines of Jackson at
tended court here the first of
The Elks initiated ten new
members last week. Members
from all over Southeast Missouri
were in attendance.
"The King of Long Horn
Ranch" will exhibit here tonight
Friday, April 14. This will be
the first tent attraction of the
season and comes highly rec
ommended. Among the inter
esting features will be the cow
boy brass band. Don't miss it.
Eggs For Sale From ' a fine
stock of Barred Rocks, Buff
Rocks and Mammouth Pekin
ducks. $1.00 per betting of each.
L. R. Johnson.
For Rent 7 room two story
brick, barn, garden and nice
shaded yard at 315 N. Ellis St.
II. S. Dean.
FOR SALE 4 room frame dwel
ling on car line South Freder
CO acre farm, 40 acres improv
ed land, 4 room house, large
barn SOxGO, 2 cisterns, young
orchard, 3 miles gravel road.
II. S. Deane, phone 29.. room
19, Houck building.
FORWENT OR SALE-2 story
7 room frame dwelling. North
Pacific street.JIarge lot, oppo
site Normal H. S. Deane,
Phone 289., Room 17, Houck
For Rent Normal Fruit Farm
10 acres of rich soil for berries
and truck. Two and one-half
acres of berriesjin bearing.
L. R. Johnson,
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Italian Bees, only $2.50 per
hive; Rhubarb roots, 5c each, $3
per 100; Asparagus roots, 2c
each; Buffand Barred Plymouth
Rock poultry andSniammoth Pe
kin Ducks. Eggs for sale.
Phone 471 L. R. Johnson
MUCH HONOR, NO DANGER.
French Wolf Slayers' Risk In Nam
Wolves huve long been extinct In
France, yet there are a hundred "lieu
tenants de In louveterle" whose nomi
nal duty it Is to keep these onlmnl
under. Among the holders o this otfles,
are nr!st.oerts such as the Prince
d'Arenberg and the Marquis de Cler-mout-Tonuerre
and millionaires like
the Comte Oreffulhe and M. Paul Le
bnudy They dtnJ no salary, fcnt tbe statw
provides them with a showy uniform,
tbe buttons of which are adorned with
wolves' heads. Tbe distinction Is
keenly nought after. a tbe -lieutenants
de la louvelerie" have shooting rights
l;i nil the state domains and thus en
joy some of the lest sjiort in France.
Murmurs Dying Words of St Paul Bs
fort Passing Away. I
ArcbblBbop Patrick John Ryan of
Philadelphia is dead at his residence
In that city.
Philadelphia, Feb. 34. Archbishop
Patrick John Ryan of Philadelphia Is
dead at his residence In this city.
The death of the archbishop cams
as a distinct shock, as the prelate was
thought on the way to recovery aftei
making a brave fight against death.
Just previous to his death he mur
mured ih dying words of St. Paul:
"I wish to be dissolved and be witl
The end came an hour later, while
his household watched at his bedside
He would have been 80 years old had
he lived until .the 20th of this month
According to tbe laws of the church
Auxiliary Bishop Prendergast becomes
the administrator of the archdiocese
pending the appointment of a succes
sor. H is raid that Bishop Prender
gast, who Is well advanced in years,
Vas no desire to be promoted.
Fire Storm Lightening "all !
Lowest Obtainable Rates
I GEORGE E.CHAPPELL
TO RUSH RECIPROCITY
House Takes Up Considertien V ;
Canadian Agreement. '
MICHIGAN'S BIG EEAN CROP. I
CASTOR I A
Por Infcnts and CMldrcn.
fts m Yea K2?a AI2js E:ut
Notice Is liereby e,iven to all cred
itors ami otliera inteti sted in the es
tate of Conrad TlialliMiiimar, deceased.
that I, the. utuli'i'siKiicd. Intend to
make tinal settlement of the estate
of said deceased ut the next I e nr. of
the Probate Court of Cape (ilrardeati
oour.ty, to tx) held at J ai ksoti, Mis
souri, betfiiinin on the 8tli day of
U. A. LnVKLKKLNKB,
Product Worth Nearly $20,000,000, It U
H'beu Michigan's bean c-wp of 1910
shall have beeu couverted into the
bnked iirticle iid otherwise almost
$20,000,000 will have beu pent for
the product f That state ty the peope
if tbe world who indulge is this food.
Report nlmw that Michigan prevv
ti.lott.0oti liustieln hint year, easily out
ranking any otuw state hi this special
ly The retail pri'.e of btwns every
where, excepting for the selected,
bund pifked variety, all f which 1
added to carry you a Uttle higher, 1
to cents a quart.
The house decided to take up the
consideration of the reciprocity agree
ment with Canada at onec and rush it
to a vote. 1
The vote was 121 to 105. The vote
against tnUim up the measure came
almost wholly from the Republican,
ride. The Uemocrats voted almost
solidly for immediate cousldera-'
tion. Some of the Republicans who
voted against displacing the regular
order are no! expected to place them
selves on record against reciprocity
at a final vote.
Mr. .McOall of Massachusetts will
handle the time for debate In favor
of the bill and Mr. Dalzell of Pennsyl
vania will serve in like capacity for
Representing None But Old and Reliable
Consult Is Before Placing Your hsnnmce
Room 207, New Grissom Building
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SPEAKS FOR L0RIWER
Peru Paws Way Fr Gotham.
New York believes its Croton aqua
duct, thirty-eight miles long, is a great
engineering feat, but rem bad one a
few hundred years ago that w 319
FINAL SHTTLKM KNT NOTICE,
Notice Is hereby piveii to all credit
or and others interested in the
estate, of James A. Byrne, deceas
ed, that, J, the undersigned, Jin
tend to make Html settlement of tnV
estate of said deceased at the ncx'
term of the Probate Court of Capt
Girardeau County, Missouri, to be
held at Jackson, Missouri, beginning
on the Mli day of May, 1911.
Katii Hyune, Administratrix.
NEW REPRESENTATION FOR f
t SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS.
? mem- mem- '
bftrshlp. brrnhlp 'V
2! Alabainia 1 T.
5, Arkansas 1 7 J,
Z Delaware I ' 1
v Florida 3-
fGorKia 12 II w
x Idaho 1
Illinois 21 '
f Indiana 13 13 ?
, Iowa 11
if KanmiB H
T Ixu;slana 8
X Ktntn 4
& MuHSttCllUHCttS ll
T Minnesota 10
V Nevuda, 1
X Nsw liampshire I
A New Jersey 12
New Vork iS
4" North Cnrollna 10
T North Dukota
S Ohl IS
A UklHhoma 9
J remiwyivniita 3
T KlloOe lalalld t
x Houtli Carolina 7
J, Houih Imkolu t
( Tex.ia U
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Senator Johnston of Alabama Defends
Report of Committee.
Mr. borimer had an Inning in the sen
ate. Mr. Johnston of Alabama took
the floor in his behalf an in a spirited
speech defended and sustained the r
port of ihe committee which declared
the Illinois senator's election valid.
Senator Cullom also addressed the
senate, lie did not make an argument
In the borimer case, but replied t
the challenge of Senator Hale and tho
talk on corruption in the Illinois legis
lature, defending his title and placing
upon the record facts which he said
showed that no bribery or corruption
of any kind was ever used in his b
hull Senator I.orimer has gon to Chi
cago, It is said, to consult a physieiau
concerning his ear While he was en
route to Chicago his friends were ar
riving In Washington to urge Senator
I Cullom tn vote for him.
15 E 1 1
Is Nov in Prore
FIRE COSTS $500,000
Standard Oil Plant at Point Rlc" mond,
Cal.. Scene of Blaze.
At Point KlchmoDd, Cal., a big fire
caused by blazing soot from a chim
ney falling on tbe roof of the old sul
phuric acid plant of the Standard Oil
coniptny, destroyed that plant, a tank
containing 500,000 gallous of crude oil,
snd damaged the 11.000,000 acid
One man, Carl McVherson, a wotk
man fell Into a ditch filled with tlaz-
! !ng sulphuric acid, and was terribly
J burned. The damage is estlmatefl rt
West Vl nil, la
Hot Springs Has $50,000 Fire.
At Hot Springs, Ark., Monday, fire
(Tuuvd ih Southern Hoted on Wblt-
uigtoc avenue, causiuK $50,000 daa;
sfce. The hotel was crowded witb
guekts, keveral of m-honi escaped froti,
th bu'i.lng etructur only ttt great
New efoods an arriving daily. We have a larger
assortment of nicT, 'ni ft 3' patterns this season than
we ever have had heretofore. Our stool; is com
plete in all departments. Prices lower than ever.
Furniture, Carpets, Shade
Rugs, Matting, Lace Cur
tains, Linoleum, Etc.
Come in and see the beautiful water set, -table
set and berry set given free with each $20 puri-lisse-
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c o n n e n n o a d w a y & n i n i l f,