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title: 'The Cape County herald. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1911-1914, August 25, 1911, Image 5',
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This I'.ink with its ample resouivos ami
'aj-ilai. its history ami management,'
offers 1 ho I -st indncciiiriiTs for rojn
ni"r'ia and savings account-s
Directors -L. J. Albert, Chas. Fdattner, Will Hirsch,
J. H. Himmelberger, W. IL Miller,
R. B. Oliver, R. L. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilorrcl went over
to Jackson Sunday to spend a
few days with home fol
The Evangelical Lutfcem's
Your.g Wen's society of Alten
burg, Perry County, will cele
brate iis sixtieth anniversary
W. W.Martin and family left
Sunday for Plattville, Wis., where
Mr. Murtia has accept? d a posi
tion in the state Nornri 1.
G. S. Summers had business
in Perryville Monday.
Th- informal dance given at
the c!u house last Friday by
by Miss Bebe Patton :n honor of
Miss Justine Burgr-ss was a de
lightful one. About forty couples i
enjoyed the evening tripping
the lirht fantastic.
The companies of the Oth regi-'
merit from Jackson, Caruthers
ville and this city left last Satut-;
day for Nevada.
Miss Anna Steimle returned
home from Murphystoro. 111.,
Tuesday to resume bar duties in
the Toggery. Miss Steimle re
ports a splendid visit to friends
There will be a big labor day
picnic at the fair grounds the
first Monday in September.
Mrs. J. Henry Caruthcrs visit
ed relatives in Perryville the
first of the week.
Misses Sophia and Marie
Ilerbst visited relatives in Oran
the firrt of the week.
Mrs. Birdie Tinsley accom
panied Miss Eva Southerland to
her home in Portageville last
Quite a crowd enjoyed the
boat excursion given by the
Eastern Stars Tuesday night.
The Jimgle giants defeated
the Colisge boys in a tame of
baseball last Sunday afternoon
by a score of 8-0. The Jungle
boys swatted the ball to all cor
ners of the lot; while their
pitcher was i n the nn.'Ht o f
shape, letting the College boys
down with six hits and fanning
I v i ,i A. ;i-i!ii. l'riMi-t,t
H. UoiiT. Vice-President
I, . S. .liivpli. (.'ashler
;ounts of individuals, business firms and corporations S
.. . i . . . t t . i o :
solicited, interest on i
Accounts at rate of
OFFICE ROOMS AK3 SAFETY
E. J. Deal of Charleston had
business in the city Monday.
He came here to attend a
meeting of the directors of the
Southeast Missouri Trust Co,
Dr. 'Whitler and Mr, Chandler
of Marble Hill, directors of the
Southeast Missouri Trust Com
pany were in the city Monday.
Miss Lillie Cramer of St Louis
is the guest of friends this
city, and Jackson. Miss Cramer
is former teacher of the public
schools of this city.
The Stars defeated the Chaf
fee ball team last Sunday by a
score of 12-3. Stone, the Cape's'
twirler, fanned sixteen cuen. ;
We understand the Franklin
Stock Comnany, a boat show,
an opera, the Grand theatre and
the Hippodrome will have tine
shows during fair week.
Capt. Schuchert says he in
tends to have the best i;how on
the road here for fair week.
Mrs. R. L. Tisiale of this city
tttended the big reunion at the
home of Columbus Cottier at Oak
ridge last Sunday.
Mrs. R. Whitaker -went to
Oakridge last Sunday to viisit
her niece. Mrs, Ellis Sudler who
is reported seriously i2L
Miss Marion Phillips arrived
tare last Sunday from Niagara
Pails where she had been visit
ing for several days. Mips Amy
Nell Henderson who accompan
ied her on the trip remained
over in St. Louis to visit rela
tives. STRAYED From (523 South
i Hanover street, one bay horse
afcuut 8 years old, w eighs about
12(0 pounds and had on leather
halter; roman nose, left fore
! foot sand cracked, small scar on
left hind leg just above the hoof
! and weak left eye. Anyone who
can give any information of the
horde's whereabouts, phone 101,
Miller Bros. Livery Barn.
J. M. Allison is in St. Louis
this week buying goods.
I FOR SALE 50 cords of dry
; oak cord wood. T. A. McDonald
Jackson, Mo., R. F. D. No. 1.
i Phone 232.U.
(i. S. SuiuiutiN, Asst. Cashier
V. (. lk)Wiu:m, Ast. Cashier
Jl. Htetntnei tun, Saving liept.
ime ueposus ami savings
4 per cent per annum
DEPOSIT BCXES FCR RENT
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to execute all kinds of printing.
We guarantee our work to suit
the most particular person. See
U3 before sending your work
Subscribe for the Herald
only one dollar per year.
Dr. Crissora Acquitted.
In the case of the City Water
v'i Light Company vs. Dr. Gris-
sum, who was charged wnli ui-
verting electric current with the
aid of a jumper wire in his
building on Broadway, was ac-
! quitted by Judge Paris last
Thursday morning. The case
consumed all of Weduesday and
was hard fought by the best
array of legal talent obtainable
in this county. The case was
tried twice in the Justice court
of this city. The first trial re
sulted in a hung jury, in the
second Mr. Grissorn was convict
ed and lined.
ORDINANCE No. 9741
An ordinance Providing for
the imprisonment of federal
prisoners in the City Jail.
Be it ordaiped by the Council of
the City of Cape Girardeau. Mis
souri, as folldws:
Section 1. That any .and all
Federal Prisoners, either held
for examination, awaiting trial
or undergoing any sentence im
posed by the Federal Court, shall
if directed by anv United States
Commissioner, any United States
Court or Judge or at -tie request
of the United States Marshal, or
.his deputy, and upon the proper
process being delivered to the
City Marshal or Jail, authorizing
the detention of such prisoner,
be received and held in the City
Jail under such inftructions and
direction of the officer or court
committing such prisoner to the
jail as miay be given, and for
such time as directed by the
committing authority; Provid
ed any such prisoner shall be
subject to any and all rule 5 and
regulations governing the man
agement of the jail.
Section .2. Thut the Marshal
or Jailer in charge of the jail
shall,, upon the production to him
of the proper papers, and being
satisfied of the identity of the
bearer take a receipt for the
prisoner, and deliver such pris
oner to the proper United States
officer at any time his custody
may be demanded.
Section 3. That the Marshal
or Jailer shall keep an aeconnt of
of the number of days every
such prisoner may be confined in
the City Jail, aud in his month
ly statement to the Council make
a report of the same.
Section 4. That the city shall
receive tor each and every pris
oner so confined, the sum of fifty
cents, (50c) per day, to be paid
to the city treasurer by the
proper United States officer, and
in accordance with the law gov
erning criminal cost.
Passed this 14th day of Au
F. A. KAGE,
Presiding officer of the Council
Approved, this 14th day o f
F. A. KAGE.
CHRIS F. BETTEN.
ORDINANCE No. 974
An Ordinance to Amend Ordi
nance No. 951 "establishing a
Police Court, providing fur the
election of a Police Judge, pre
scribing his qualifications and
duties, fixing his duties and com
pensation and the jurisdiction
of the court, and prescribing
rules and regulations governing
the proceedings therein" by re
pealing section 11 and enacting
a new section in lieu thereof as
Pe it ordained by the Council
of the City of Cape Girardeau,
Missouri, as follows:
Section 11. Violations of City
Ordinances; How Prosecuted.
All prosecutions for the viola
tion of any citv ordinances shall
be entitled, "The City of Cape
ar.d tk'j police judge shall state
in Ids docket the name of Ids
complainant, the nature aud the
character of the oll'ense, the date
of the trial, names of all wit
nesses sworn and examined, the
finding of the court or jury, the
judgement of fine and cost, the
date of the payment, the date of
issuing the commitment, if any,
and every other fact necessary to
show the full proceedings in each
The charge shall be in writing,
setting forth. the offeree in p''n
and concise terms giving the
ordinances and section violated,
and conclude, "against the peace
and dignity of the city", and
may contain one or more counts
for the same or different offens
es, and be governed by the rules
of civil procedure, except it shall
bo sworn to, either by the City
Attorney or any other person,
that the facts therein stated are
true, or upon the information
and belief of the person f.o veri
fying or making the complaint,
before the warrant shall be issu
ed for the arrest of the defend
ant or person accused; which
complaint and verification may
be in the following form:
In the Police Court of the City
of Cape Girardeau and State of
The City of Cape Girardeau.
Plaintiff, vs Defendant.
Action for violation of City Or
dinances. Plaintiff for cause of action
states that the defendant on or
about the.. day of.... A. D. 19..
in the City of Cape Girardeau,
County of Cape Girardeau, and
State of Missouri, did wilfully
violate the provisions of Sec
of Ordinance No of said city
entitled "An Ordinance, etc. . . .
approved on the.... day of
A. D. 19. . ; in this by then and
there wilfully and unlawfully..
and became thereby liable to
the plaintiff in the penal sum of
dollars for which plaintiff
asks judgement, and for all costs
in this behalf expended; and
that the defendant be committed
to the city jail until such fine
and costs shall be fully paid;
against the peace and dignity of
State of Missouri. County of
Cape Girardeau, ss.
being duly sworn says
that the statement contained in
the foregoing complaint is true,
upon the information and belief
of affiant. .
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this day of 19. ..
This ordinance shall take 'ef
fect and be in force from and
after its passage.
Passed this 14th day of Au
F. A. KAGE.
Presiding Officer of the Council.
Approved thh 14th dav of Au
gust 1911. F. A. KAGE,
Attest: Chris. F. Betten,
ORDINANCE NO. 979.
An Ordinance regulating the
fees of certain officers and per
sons ar.d the taxation of costs in
Be it Ordained by the Council
cf the City of Cape Girardeau,
Missouri, as follows:
Section 1. Fees Allowed Cer
tain Officers and Persons.
The several officers, witnesses,
jurors, judges, clerks of election,
named shall be allowed such fees
for their services rendered, in
discharging the duties imposed
upon them by law, or the ordi
nances of this city, as are herein
provided, and such officers, wit
nesses, jurors, judges, clerks of
election and commissioners shall
charge and be allowed fees as
Section 2. Fees of City Attor
ney. For every conviction in the
police court, for any violation of
the ordinances of the citv. the
sum of three dollars ($3.00), to
be taxed as costs in the case.
For every conviction in the
Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas or the Circuit Court,
to which the defendant may take
any case, the sum of five dollars
($5.00) in addition to the sum j
allowed before the police judge. ,
For each conviction in the i
Cape Girardeau Court of Com-i
mon Pleas, or the Circuit Court, j
to w hich the city may take any
case, the sum of five dollars'
For prosecuting to final judg-j
ment any suit instituted by the!
city in the Common Pleas or Cir-
cuit Courts to enforce compliance
with any contract, bond or other
obligation, or for the recovery
of damages of any debt owing
to the city by any person, per
sons, company or corporation,
the sum of ton dollars ($10.00).
and in addition therto, ten per
cent, (lOper) of all the sums col
lected, if not more than rive
hundred (500.00), and five per
centum (5per) on all sums over
five hundred dollars (500.00), to
be paid out of the amount col
lected. For collections on recognis
ances, given to the city in mis
demeanor cases, and which are
or may become forfeited ten per
centum (lOper) on all sums collected.
For b;v Tvicr? in cdetin?
'Lack idxes, h i-V Tf ' be;i .Ml-)
to receive f h j r i I c p n 1 u 'M
(lOper) of the amount actually
colbcted and raid into the City
Treasury, to Le taixd as-twts
and paid by the defendant.
For any and all other services
rendered the city, Fuch compen
sation as the Mayor and Council
shall deem reasonable. !
Section 3. Fees cl Police Juiit.
The Police Judge shall be al
lowed fees for his services, taxed ;
as costs, as follows: '
For every crrnnlaint filed. . ,?.20!
For administering every
For issuing every subpoena. .25
For issuing every warrant
for arrest 35
For entering judgment in
every case 50
For issuing committment. . . .35
For issuing a venire for jury' 35
For entering each continu
For swearing each jury 25
For taking each recogniz
ance or approving bond. . . .35
For issuing attachment
against any witness 50
For writing and taking
affidavit for appeal 50
For docketing each case 50
Per indexing each case 10
For making certified tran
script on appeal,
every hundred words 10.
For each certificate to
For every trial or con
Section 4. Fees of City Marshal.
The City Marshal or Police
men shall be showed fees for
their services, taxed as costs, as
For making each arrest. . . . .1.00
For serving subpoena on
each witness 50
For summoning esoh Jury.. 1.00
For executing every war
rant of commitment,
for each defendant 50
For serving a writ of at
For serving any rule, order
cr notice 50
For serving any summons
or writ not herein provid
ed for 50
For taking each bond in
cases of misdemeanor 50
For each mile traveled in
1 serving any process out
side of city limit3 05
Section 5. Fees of Witnesses.
Each witness attending atrial
before a Police Judge, jury or
commissioners in assessing dam
ages shall be allowed the sum of
fifty cents (50c) for each days
attendance, to be taxed as costs
in the case.
For traveling each mile in go
ing to and returning from the
place of trial, from without the
citv limits, five cents (5c).
Witness to be allowed fees in
one case on same day only, and
any witness who shall claim fees
in more than one case on the
same day, unless he was dis
charged ar.d required to again
attend in another cae, shall not
be allowed fee for that day in
Section 6. Fees of Jurors.
Eech juror serving in a trial)
before the Police Judge or on I
any jury shall be allowed the ;
sum of seventy-five cents (75c) !
for each case in which he may !
serve, to be taxed as costs in the J
Section 7. Per Diem of Judges
and Clerks of Election.
Each judge and clerk of any,
general or special election shall ;
be allowed one dollar fifty cents;
($1.50) per day, to be allowed 1
and paid out of the City Treas
ury. Section s. in Coinltui-'
Officers, witnesses and jurors
shall receive for services ren
dered by them in proceedings
for the condemnation of private
property for public use, the same
fees as are allowed for like ser
vice in cases of misdemeanor be
fore the police court, and com
missioners shall be paid such '
fees as may be allowed them by
the Court in which they were
Sictinn 'J. ftfv vf tht Citu
The City Clerk shall be er
led for services rendered as
lows: , ;
Issuing building or any ' j
other kind of permit $.50;
Affixing seal with certiti-
cate to any copy of record. .50 :
For copies of records or
documents, when not
made for use of the City
or some City Oificer. per
hundred words and fig
For making back tax book,
per lot or tract of land, to
be taxed as costs and col
lected from person re
deeming the lot or tract.
Recording description of
Sftin JO, F(m of Cif-f
vUi-ct.ir.'- ;" '
The City Collector fcbJ be' ' ' ;
entitled to receive for tak
ing and approving mer
chants or manufacturers
Section . of Awor.
For taking merchants or
m a n u fa c 1 1" r c r s s 1 1 1 e m o n t
the Assessor shall Ik; entit
led to a fee of 50
Section J J. Jrro Convict
ed to lti Cost-i
Whenever any person snail be
convicted of a violation of any
ordMnnoeof this city, he shall
be adjudged to pay the costs ac
crued in his prosecution, and no
cos's incurred in bis prosecution,
fees for beard excepted, shall be
paid bv the city.
Section is. Fte of tfaiht .
The City Jailer shall be allow
ed fees as follows:
For beard of Federal prison
ers, per day $.50
For board of any other
prisoner, per day -.50
Section 14. (.'it; iut LiaUe
In no event shall the city of
Cape Girardeau be li able for the
payment of any costs, except for
witnesses', jurats' and jailers'
fees, unless the defendant be
convicted and committed.
Section 15 . Fees to he Paid
into General Revenue Fund.
All fees collected under the
provisions of this ordinance by
any City Officer, except the fees
allov.-ed the City Attorney, shall
be paid into the City Treasury
and b y the City Treasurer
credited to the use of the gen
eral revenue fund.
Section IG. Conflicting Or
All ordinances or parts of or
dinances in conflict with this
ordinance are hereby repealed;
provided, this ordinance shall
not be construed as repealing
the provisions of any ordinance
governing any particular subjtct
and which also provides for col
lection of fees, but shall be con
strued as governing all fees not
otherwise provided for, and re
pealing all general provisions of
any ordinances governing fees
in conflict herewith.
: Section 17. To tale Effect
This ordinance shall take ef
fect and be in force from and af
ter its passage and approval.
Passed this 14th dav of Aug
F. A. KAGE
Presiding Officer of the Coun
cil. Approved this 14th day of
F. A. KAGE
Chris. F. Betten
David B. Hays
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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