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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAl', MISSOURI
THE VALENTINES TWO DEAD SITTING
That love most appreciates are those that
measure afiect r ird 'nt a IlfcCirt, e have
an abundance of such in many lines
STONE SET RINGS
LA VALUERS AND LOCKETS,
SCARF PINS AND TIE CLASPS,
WATCHES AND FOBS,
STERLING SILVER SPOONS,
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES,
Hundreds of pretty Nnicknacks, beautiful ami not
nil cxiicnsivr, suitable for laly or gentleman, friend or
sweetheart, all put up on appropriate cards.
Call at the Jewel Shop before wasting
money on perishable trifle.
GEO. C. IIASSLINEirS,
JEWEL SHOP. Spanish and Broadway
JAPANESE DIET QUARRELING
Maval Policy Ditsatiafies Member of
Lawmaking Body and Govern
ment la Impeached.
: ENGLISH ESTATE IS SOUGHT
Boston Residents Sue for Eicheated
Property Said to Be Worth
iWXl' News Hervlce)
Toklo, Feb. 6. The minority parties
in the Imperial diet adopted a resolu
tion to Impeach the government be
cause of Its naval policy. It was be
llwed that the Impeachment would
tail of passage because the Seyukal
party la supporting the government.
Let Unfit Die, Savant Says.
London, Feb. 6. Sir William Ram
say, scientist, publicly announced his
opinion that the unfit should be left
to die and that there was too much
coddling of the human race.
"Beware of the counterfeit $50
notes," says Uncle Sam, "It must be
pleasant even to look at an Imitation.
If Uncle Sam will show us some real
ones, perhaps we'll know how to
guard against the imitations." Salt
(WXf News Service.)
Boston. Feb. 6. Claims of a score
of residents of Uoston and vicinity to
possession of Twlzel castle, part of
the historic Flodden Field and other
property in England, will be filed soon
in an English court. The solicitor of
the British treasury has granted per
mission for the entering of the suit.
The property, which has a present
value of about $5,000,000, reverted lo
the crown when the widow of Gen.
Robert Dudley Blake of the nritish
army died intestate In 1876. The
claimants are grandnephews and
nieces of Mary Kane, an aunt of Mrs,
Protection Against Crime.
It Is' estimated that there are In use
in the United States about 100,000
elaborate electric protective systems
against crime, about 300.000 smaller
systems, and some 2,000,000 minor devices.
UPRIGHT IN AUTO
Girl's Arms Around Young Man's
Neck and Sight a
MURDER AND SUICIDE
Engine Still Running When Dis
covery is Made by People
(Ireciislitirg, Pa., Feb. 0. Tlie find
ing of two bodies in an automobile
here early today has caused great
excitement in this rity and the sur
Seated upright in the ear, with the
girl's arms about his neck. John
Mcl'addcn, '20, was cold in death.
The young woman in the case was
Miss Anna I.utz, also 'JO years old.
The engine was still chugging away
when the two bodies were found by
The theory nilvaliced here before
the investigation is completed is
that McFadden killed the girl then
tool: his own life.
The mystery surrounding the case
at this time is baflling the police
authorities and every effort is being
made to locate friends of the young
couple whom it is thought can throw
some light on the peculiar case.
Suffocated by Wine Fumes.
Five were suffocated In a wine vat
at Krugier, near Limoges, France, a
few days ago. The Ave were working
at a wins press when one of them, a
girl named Crouzet, who was In the
vat. fell and was asphyxiated. Her
four companions rushed to Her help,
but al?o succumbed to the fumes.
T.M.Basley, Brother of Mrs.
Hooks of the Cape is
DETAILS ARE NOT KNOWN
Wreckers Sprinkle Cayenne Pepper in Tracks and Blood
hounds are Unable lo Track Them.
NO ATTEMPT IS MADE TO ROB TRAIN
A most vicious and dastardly effort on the part of unknown
fiends raused a disastrous wreck of the south-bound Gulf pass
enger train on the Frisco Thursday evening at about 8:50.
The wreck occurred about two miles west of Hayti at a small
spur known as James Switch, and was caused by the bridle rods
of the switch having been disconnected.
ENTIRE TRAIN IS DERAII.ES.
The engine and every car was derailed, and the smoker and
baggage cars were turned on their sides.
There were many passengers aboard but fortunately and mira
culously no lives were lost and but few were injured, and nonr
seriously. One of the most seriously hurt was taken to St. Francis
hospital in this city on arrival of passenger train No. S02 this af
ternoon. SPRINKLED CAYENNE PEPPER.
The culprits in order to thwart any efforts at pursuit by blood-
I Iwkiittslu Ik ( t mnlo n ltjtVfkl unrlnL ISmt of h..k...k -II
I ii w ii iiir ii4i mail v n m w lai rri inmi u; tt tujVMUv M i Jill U V f W
scene of .heir heinous actions.
.m one oi me train crew was injured in ine least, ana engi
neer Jule Fisher and Fireman Charles Isrhe remained at their
posts until the train was brought to a complete standstill.
BI.OODIIOI'NDS ARE RAFFLED.
Was Preparing to Accompany
Hook Family to Hot Springs
in Short Time.
Joseph Hooks, living at Hi) South
Middle street, this city received a
telephone message Friday morning
aiKising him of the killing of T. M.
Hasley at Kssex Thursday night, in
a shooting nITray.
Haslry is not a stranger in the
Cape, having spent considerable time
recently at the home of Mr. Hooks
whose wife is a sister of the mur
Mrs. Hooks is an invalid ami Has
ley had gone to Ksscx for the pur
pose of xtraighteiiing out some busi
ness mutters preparatory to accom
panying the Hooks to Hot Springs
where Mrs. Hooks was going to
Full particulars of the unfortunate
event have not as yet been ascertained.
VANDALS WRECK FRISCOTRAIN
AT ESSEX Gulf Special Ditched by Tampering With the
Switch at Hayti.
ENGINE AND ALL CARS DERAILED;
ONE INJURED BROUGHT HERE
Record Oat Plant.
A wonderful oat plant was exhibited
at a recent meeting of tho farmers'
union of New Zealand. It was an oat
plant with 210 strong itmn growing
from It. The owner hopcit to raise
a new variety of a very prolific kind.
We Offer, Subject to Prior Sale, the Unsold Balance of
Issue of the Treasury Stock of the
Montgomery Shoe Company of America
(Incorporated under South Dakota Laws)
A UniOUlZKl) CA PITA L IX A TION
100,i)0i) shares, par value of Ten Dollars each
Full Paid ami Xon-Assessable
STOCK SSl'FD ami OUTSTAXDLXG
as per annual repttrt of Dec. .7, 11) 11
mi, ;.;.') Shares
Stock in Treasury ;',;), Ml shares
Stock authorized for sale this issue 20.0(10 shares
Stock to be reserved in Treasury for future requirements of the .Corporation VX'Ml shares
The Treasury Stock Has a Lien on AH the Assets of the Company
and Its Earnings Until Its Dividend is Paid
lTIU'OSKS for which this stock U la-inn sold are to equip a larjre factory for the nianufact lire of Men's and Women's Ili-h
( Irade Shoes to he sold direct to t lie consumers I' ruin t he 'onip:m,v's own stores anil hv mail.
The Corporation owns valuable Secret Processes of making siloes that have heeii demon! rated and found to he nioiiev-snvinjr.
also Trade-Mark that has heeii in use and hi-fore the puhlic since .laiiuarv 7. IMC. also la rue mailing- MM ot ahout .Mio.uo'u, names
of men and women, each a prospective customer, ahout lniiii new names being- added each week.
The shoe business in St. Louis. Mo.. is conducted on a basis of TV KXT V l'KK CKNTNKT M HITS on Capitali.at ion. For In
stance, a concern turning it cuplt il once ilurlmj the vear would nvke. TWICXTY l'KK CKN'T SKI' I'lvUI'lT. some of the older
concerns In St. Louis turn their capital as much as Till! 10 K ami rOl'll times during- the year.
Safeguards and Restrictions
. ...: . () LIENS No mortgages exist upon any assets of this Company and none can he created without t he consent
of TllKKK-l- I l-TIIS of the entire stock issued.
2. NO FLOATING 1)KI1T The proceeds of this Issue will retire the Cm pany's hills pavahle, and furnish ample working,'
capital to successfully carry on the business.
.'(. KST1 M A T K I KA UN I NtiS-Appoximatoly seven times the dividend requirements of this issue.
4. MASAI! KM KNT Will he continued by the present Executive Otllt-ers and others who are expert shoe men of niauv years'
experience in the shoe husiness. ' '
5. SINKING Fl.'ND Will he created to retire this issue at the option of the holder at par after FIFTY years, regardless of
how many dividends have been paid.
ti. (il'AUANTKKI) STOCK -Application will he made in due course to have this stock guaranteed against loss to the extent
of its purchase price, by one of the strongest guaranty companies In the business.
". Application will be made in due course to list this stock on the Hoston, New York, Chicago and Saint Louis stock ex
changes. . THIS STOCK should yield at least EIGHT l'KK CENT in dividends right along.
Having placed a large amount of this stock, we will receive subscriptions for the unsold balance
At Par, Ten Dollars Per Share
The sul)scriptlons will be open Saturday, Nov. I, 1913, and continue until unsold balance has been sold.
The riglit is reserved to reject any application and to allot a smaller amount than applied for.
Payments in full to be made upon allotment.
Stock will be sent with draft attached if desired. Applications for this unsold balance may be sent direct to the
Montgomery Shoe Company of America, Inc.
Makers of "Open Eye Brand" shoes
2635-28 Locust Street
NORTH WESTERN M'SINKSS AG Y.
liank of Commerce Building,
Department J. II. J. M.
Or lo the Following:
.1. C. THOMPSON,
Saint Louis, Missouri
TOBIAS S. MILLER,
Special Representat ive,
2ti'JS Locust Street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Tho (rack was cleared in a few hours, sufficient Tor the-passage
! of trains hut I lit- ruins of (he wreck cannot possibly he- cleaned
3 up for many hours.
s Blood-hounds were brought from Steele, a few miles distant
3 from the scene of (he wreck, hut at last reports had been unable
3 to accomplish anything1.
s! No attempt was made at robbery and the generul impression
3, is that the crime was not committed for that purpose.
1 1 TO CROSS OCEAN SCHMIDT IS GUILTY
IN SINGLE DAY OF KILLING GIRL
irsllluire Airship i Being Built for Slayer or Anna Aumuller l.autfhn
3 ! What is IVedlYM Will bo When Advised that lie Must
j Record Journey- Die in Electric ( hair.
H CURTIS THE MILDER IlAKJHS AT VERDICT
H2 Hodman Wanamaker is Furnish-! I)t,if'a, lie 1 AnjiouH to Pay
5 inn Capital For i-VS-Mile Per 1 nal, an(l "j" Not Ass,sl
Hour Machine in Appeal ( ase.
(Vr NVws Sin 1
:ev York, I'eli. Mystery that for
weeks h.is stirroiiinlecl ti assembling
nt Ihnnnioiiilsporl. N. V., of a liUKenir
cralt was cleared by a startliiiK an
nouncinieiit of tin- Aero Chili of Amer
ica that 11 fliniit ncrosH the Atlantic
will lie nttcuiitei next summer. The
ernft. which w;is saiil to be 40 percent
COtllpli ted, is lieiun built by (ileuil If.
Curtlss for tin- project, which Is fl
nanced by Hodman Wanamaker. It is
planned to have It piloted by aviators
from the t 'idled States navy or that
of Cireat Britain. Several nnval of
ficers were told of the proposed flliiht
nnd each Immediately volunteered to
make the attempt. Two will be m
lected to man the nlr craft.
May Crots Water In One Day.
Several routes have been mapped,
but the one most favored Is an air linn
from an easterly point of Newfound
land, perhaps St. JohtiB, to the near
est point on the coast of Ireland, ap
proximately l.ono miles. It Is fltnired
that, by waiting for westerly winds,
the flight can be made In one day.
The craft wll lie capable of f.5 miles
nn hour and a strong wind Is expected
to carry It at more than 98 miles an
The craft will be like an unusually
large Curtlss flying boat. The hull Is
torpedo shaped and almost entirely In
closed, so that in cbro of a forced
landing In mid ocean It would float for
(lays. The wings will be detachable,
so they could be dropped off to allow
the boat to float alone.
In the bow will be Installed a 2i0
horsepower motor, accessible for ad
justments in fl'ght. The. cockpit prop
er will he VI fiet behind the motor,
and In it will be room for two men to
sit nt ease. The controls w ill be dupli
cated, so the machine may be handled
by lxth men or either.
The craft will be named the Hod
man Wanamaker Transatlantic Filer.
Put Away Despair.
Fight like a good soldier, and if thou
sometime fall through frailty, take
again greater strength than before,
trusting in My more abundant grace.
New oik, l i li li. Miinler iii the
hlt 1I1 litre is the verdict of the jury
111 the Hans Sclimiilt iniifilir case
ulmli came to a cln-e Tliiir-dav night
III the Siipri'ine ('milt.
Si'liuiiilt, a former piiist, was
cli :i 1 ni-. with killing A1111.1 A 1 1 111 11 1 l-r .
I In nrl Wcilucsilav .lust ice D ivis
will pass death srntriirf mi Siliiniilt,
who ileelares lie will ill no wav'aiil
liis counsel ill securing an appeal of
his case. lie declared that lie in
ready to ilie today,
Schmidt's defense was insanity,
lie lailglited when the verdict wan
announ I. Steadfastly he has de
clared his guilt, and previous to his
arraignment before being held to the
Supreme Court he urged that be lie
piicnislicd by death.
When the news of his guilt wan
Hiinoiiiiccd to him, Schmidt is ipiotfil
as Haying: "1 would rather die tonight
than tomorrow. It is as it should
be and i I wish it."
FALLS UNDER R. R. CAR
Man I'nable to Account fur Arrident
in Loral Yards.
A man giving the name of Boyd
llyckman was ipiite seriously injured
in the I'risco yards Wednesday night,
about. H o'clock. It seems that lie
was considerably under the influence
of liquor when the accident happened
and In- could not give a connected
account of just how his injury oc
curred any more than that lie fell
under a coach.
He was taken to the (ieni restau
rant where he remained until Thurs
day evening when he was conveyed
to the hospital.
The authorities here got in com
munication with his brother who is a
policeman in Mast St. Louis, and lie
wired () Hirer I.ee Atchison requesting
him to see that liis injureil brother is
rarrd for and given the proper medi