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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY IIFKAI l)
BE PATRIOTIC, HORSE DIES OF
nnrro um CAM! HEART FAILURE
UMjLt) TT1LOU11
President in July 4th Speech
Says Business Interests
Should be Loyal
REPLIES TO HIS CRITICS
Steed Being Driven by Alonzo
Killion, Drops Dead at
. Poor Farm
Says People Will Support His.
Mexican Policy. Touches !
on Panama i
Hy ti l grn ill In The Tribune.
Philadelphia, July 4. The moot
vinorous defense that President Wood-
r.w Wilson has ever made of his
administration fame today in the
shade of the historic oaks onl elm
in the rear of Independence Hull.
In the course of hi8 patriotic ad
dress, which the President came from
Washington to deliver, Mr. Wilson
not only paid his respects to the
critics of his Mexican policy, hut in
cluded in ' his impassioned speech
the opponents of his anti-trust, meas
ures and the administration policy
toward the Panamu Canul and Cur
rency reform.
Some of his critics he culled un
patriotic and lie flayed other. "Wc
love not only America, but we love
that which lies nearest to our hands,"
said the President. There are in
Washington today gentlemen who are
true patriots, the members of the
House and .Senate who stay in the
Iiim. I of midsummer to do business
that is before them.
President Wilson d clared that
there had recently been made may
iitleiriilions of facts about the husi-
ne s conditions in this country. lit
stated that the facts Unit liavc occii
..resented bv inanv business men did
not tally with one another, and that
l,n tliiiutht thev were trying to serve
mi interest smaller than the interest
c,f the nation itself.
The President declared his belief
thut the hearts of the American
people went out to the stricken oo
ple of Mexico ami that jus soon as his
position was understood it would le
supported by tie country.
lie s: id, in cxi.!ar a'ii.n of his
stand on the Panama Canal Tolls
question, that the repi ul of the bill
to t-Ncti.pt American coastwise ships
would be a violation of our treuty
with l.ngland.
Eighty-five per cent of the Mexi
can people, the President said in
touching on Mexico, never had a
right to have a "look in" on their
Government or how the other 15
Stricken with heart failure, u horse
being driven by Alonzo Killian, an
employe of the lilue liibbon Ice Com
pany of this city, dropped dead in
front of the Poor l imn aily Friday
morning.
Mr. Killian, who had ueeoii panied
his wife to Jackson, where she was
met by a sister who drove Mrs.
Killian to her home on a farm west of
Jackson, left the county seat shortly
after midnight Friday.
The horse, which seemed to be in
splendid health, showed no signs of
fatigue. The trip to Jackson from
the Cape, which was begun about
eight o'clock Thursday evening, re
quired more than a hour.
When they reached that city, Mr.
anil Mrs. Killian visited friends. .
It was sometime after mid
night when Killian hitched up and
started for the t aie. The horse,
which was a good traveler, showed no
signs of being ill, but on the contrary
left Jackson at a steady gait.
The return journey wus made
in nothing more man average im.e,
and just as the horse rounded the
curve in front of the county farm, the
horse came to a sudden stop, moaned
and dropped to its knees.
Mr. Killian jumped out of the
buggy to investigate the trouble
and was astonished to find the animal
had died almost instantly. Heath
was due to heart failure, according
to a veterinary, who examined the
carcass yesterduy.
Mr. Killian was compelled to com
plete the journey on foot. He ar
rived in the Cape about 2:30 yes
terday morning. He said it was the
first tin.e in his career that he knew
of a horse dying of heart failure.
RUNAWAY HORSE
UPSETS A STEED
AND ITS RIDER
Animal Owned by Braun Bros.
Runs Over Horse, Burying
It Under Wagon
NEGRO BOY, HURLED
20 FEET, IS UNHURT
Frightened Beast Continues Run
I ntil.lt Falls and Skids
Into Tree
CITY 2 HOURS
WITHOUT LIGHTS
Cars Stand Still and Business
Houses and Residences
Burn Candles
PLUG CAUSED TROUBLE
tis ....iyr ?
Southeast
Missouri
Trust
l Company. I
Capital, $500,000.00
All Paid
percent were running it.
"1 know the American people
have a heart that beats for them
just as it beats for other million,"
Mr. Wilson continued. 'T hear a
great deal about the prorty loss
in Mexico and I regret with all my
heart that back of it all is u struggling
people. Let us not forget that strug
gle in watching what is going on in
front ."
"1 would be ashamed of the flag
if wc did anything utsidc this
country which we would not do in it,"
the President declared. Shaking
on Panama tolls, the President said
the treaty with England might be
a mistake, but its meaning cannot
be mistaken, and he believed in kee
ing the nation's obligations. lie
believed in keeping the name of
(ho I'nited States umiuest ioned and
unsullied.
Before the President got his s-pcech ,
well under way the crowd surged j
such confusion t hat a
threatened. 'wo nm,-
alid sailors
cr s stand aim
to stop fcvcr.il
HORSE RUNS AWAY WITH MAN
Friday afternoon at about " o'clock
Thomas K. Barber, a marble dealer
of this city, met with a nil. away
accident nun the corner of Frederick
and William sheets, which n suited
in his being thivwn from his I uggy,
nnil dragged f( r ulna st a 1 ! ek.
A witntss of the accident said that
Mr. Barber was I'riving Last on
William street, and as he approached
the Frederick street crossinii his horse
became frightened at an (inline.
The animal gave a sudden lunge
and the ririvir was thrown from the
buggy, and being unable to disen
tangle himself freni the lines he was
dragged over the hard pavement.
The timely aid of two laborers
employed on the street work, saved
him from being seriously hurt.
The two miMi succeeded in catch
ing the frightened animal.
TALKATIVE WOMAN FINED.
Then She C.ets Warrant for
of Man Arruaii.g Her.
Wife
marines
tin- speak
was forced
forward in
panic was
panics of
stooil In for
Mr. Wilson
times, but finally
under control.
"Liberty does not
to get a front seat,
smile at one point.
While the crowd
him to speak, Mr.'
of one of the first
Vera Cruz, greeted
dent told her i-he
.t the
crovd
con
' he
ist iii Irving
said with a
Amelia Kruze, wlnse home is at
30!1 South Boulevard, in this city,
was brought before Judge W. II.
Wilier Friday morning to answer
to the charge of disturbing the peace
of Mania Henry, who in his com
plaint alleged that the defendant had
indulged in the use of seme rather
sutty language in oxproM-ing hi r
fellings toward him.
After i. lending guilty to the charge
of di-turhing the peace
wa- given a line of
; the losts, a mount in;:
,.s(), Mrs. Kiine ii l
siring out a complaint
e of the i iplaining
''rs. Henry wii" chart-'
,.. ,1.. i '. ,
i 1 i ., i :.!. I i n i..
and Constable Scival
thoiized to summon tie
to appear in Court thi
answer to the charge
A runaway horse belonging to the
F. F. Braun Pros. Grocery Company
of Haarig Thursday night gave the
residents of the southern part of
the city an unusual thrill.
The horse, which was driven by
Otto Ovcrhcc, of 120 South Freder
ick strctt, broke away from the driver
in front of the home of William
Blank at 420 Williams street.
An order of groceries had just been
ddivcrid at the Blank home, and as
Overbcck attempted to unhitch the
animal it became frightened and broke
away from the driver.
Turning the vehicle completely
around the horse dashed west, .lust
before reaching Frederick street, the
frightened ni.iu al run into a h r.-e
ridden by William Jackson, a ncn'..
boy, and owned by E. A. Miles.
In the collision the negro boy
was hurled to the roadside, but landed
on a grassy plot and escaped injury.
Hut the Miles horse was knocked
down and the wagon drawn by the;
runaway lodged upon the Mihsj
Stel.l. ' t
The animal l 1 nging to the grocery ,
company only stumpled, but regained'
its etpiilibi mini and sped toward ;
Sprigg strcit, leaving the Miles
animal prostrated in the street with;
the grocery wagon on top of it. ,
A crowd, estimated at more than
a hundred people gathered around
the scene of the wreck ami attempted
to release the buried horse. But its,
efforts to extricate itself made rescue,
a precarious uinh rtaking. The horse
struggled alone for more than fifteen
minutes, and finally uncovered itself,
but Mot before so the wagon was
reduced to wreckage.
The runaway horse, in the mean-,
time continued its mad dash to
Sprigg street, where it attempted to
turn South, stumpled and fell, skid
ding across the street and into a
tree. The animal's head struck the
trunk if the trie. This collision
stunnid the F ast, but did not in
jure it.
W hen it r-covered its bearings,
the horse arise, turned around and
surveyed tie route over which it
lad run. Put the fall had subdued
the animal and it remained standing
until i's drivi r reached it.
The Mihs horsc was I adly hurt.
The jolt i f the "ei llision and its
scutl'e ;o get from undir the wagon
re ed much fur crd badly injured
it- leys.
According to those who witnessed
the runaway marveled al tin- fact
that the nixro bov i-cnpcd uninjured.
Blew Out at Tower Flant
and Employee is Badly
Burned
Cape (iirardeau was in an eclipse
hist night. For more than two hours
residences and business houses were
illuminated with candles and oil
i
lamps.
A tube in a boiler at the power j
nhint caused all of the trouble, ac-
cording to the officials of the Mis-
souri Public Ftilities Company. It
was blown out and an instant later t,
tin- Cane resembled a farm house. , i'
We Pay 4 Per Cent on Time
4 Per Cent on Savings ,
Modest Interest on all Dsposits
Come, tee usBe convinced-We will (hen have your patronage. 1
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anoth- i
still, one in the west end aitd
cr in front of The Tribune otlice.
They remained in these positions from
shortly before 10 o'clock until almost
midnight.
When the lights went out the down
town streets were crowded with men
and women, who groped about in the
dink until thev could find convey
ances to carry them home.
1 'nip tores, restaurants, saloons and
stores that were en at that time
ee left ill total darkness, causing a
run on candles. These sticks of
t al'ow were placed up in residence
windows as well as in the business
houses downtown.
The street car crew curled up in
the car sen's iitid took a cat' nap. ami
whin tie power was not turned on
at II o'clock, people I c an to specu
late as to whether tie light
burn
But
in t he
' pany'
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
t
l e
We Solicit Your Account
LARGE OR SMALL
4 per cent Interest paid on
Time and Savings Accounts
i Let her tie lights Would
i' aiii I'i'f' re sutiri e.
! foie ii iiltii, lit tl e lights
Missouri Public Ftilities Con -downtown
ell ice were turind
Hey were
d i ' n tl e
h ng onl il
in" ! al.
,ii Ii caused
on ;Mid a moii cut lati r
buri.iiig brightly up and
street. Then it was t.i t
lighting conditi- t s wen
Wl.i'e tie accident wl
II. A. Niisshutim. Tics.
(1. Jake Ki ll. Viv Pres.
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Kolii'tt Vini'ls:iilg, Ciisliicr
Albert Kempo, Ass't I'.isliior
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the eclipse was not of a very serious
tiatuic, it resulted in an injury to
mi employe at the power plant.
Cicorp,c Fllis. one of the coal shovelets
was struck by the Hying bolt and
badly buiiud on his right h'g. He
was taken to the office of a physician
and then conveyn'. to his hone. His
condition is not serious.
J. I). LOSES 100 REAL DOLLARS, j
', iiinp'i l Thr Tl ihiute.
Miiucie, Ind., July IL- John D.
Rockefeller is one hundred dollals
poorer today than he was yesterday.
Ycgmen broke into local Standard
Oil ofliees and obtained that sum.
15
FOR YOUR DEN
BtiUllfUl CKUG( NNNANIS
5
The party of Big Flora campers
who left this city Wednesday aft.r
noon. sent two of their number back
to the Cape for more supplies Friday
afternoon. They repi rt that every
body is having a delightful time, and
that on the first day out they killed
seventeen sipiirrcK Harlan Smith
and llarviv Hooper joined the party
Friday.
('apt. Thou as A. I id- r. f. n i iarly
known as "Peck'' lidef ainoni' I. is
1 bovh. nd friends in tins city
down from St.
the Fourth with I
II. Rider and his
Hnvden.
Louis Friday t
is motlicr,
si In-. Mr-
. came
i spend
Mrs. .'.
V. A.
Miss Eleanor 'fyh r, Dean of W
en at the Norn al Scln ol. h it Friday
i f.i moon to spend I " Fourth and
Sunday with home f. ' s in St. I is.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTK E.
Notice is hereby gi. il that Letters
of Administration upot the estate of
Myrtle Cairelt deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, by tie'
Cape (iirardeau Court of Common
Pleas of Cape (iirardeau County,
Missouri, bearing the date of the
'.Ml, day of .lune, I'.Hl.
All persons having claims
said i -late an- reiuired to
tliein to hint for allowance.
,-ix months from the dale
let Ill's or they may be pi
Vale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 21 in.
Princeton, Cornell, Michigan
Each 7 in. x 21 in.
All best ipiality felt with felt
heading, streamers, letters and mascot
iM'cuted in proper colors. Thi
splendid assort a. ei t sent postpaid
for .'id cent and ." stamps to pay
pillage. Send now .
1IOWAKD SPECIALTY COMPANY
Dayton, Ohio.
COI'NTY CLERK'S NOTICE
PKIMA Id FLECTION.
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STATE F Mis.-i.
( 'utility of 'ape in .
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Notice is In r" 1
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Hy wa- ail-
, Min. I. i,l
Inorninn l
that la
tl, di-
was waiting on
Smith, mother
sailors killed at
him. The Presi
shoiihl be proud
been brought against her.
The two faiuiiiif, live in
1 hi u-e, and they don't si c
i along very well.
rding.
a distance
l.lieved '
saw. I liii
I l.al.
tl e m lio.
Tail toy
but l,i lor.'
tl at old I
"My I.
n,e 'Aim1,
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V, I - 11 1 !
Im.i i Fi n
ciowil aloiiml
b.n'l; and tiii
off."
o -peetat. r he v a- hurled
. f twi i.ty fi el. at d il is
at i i h ti e si ft landing
I tl:
"at,
1 .or-
1 had
lack ma
r,e fell,
in mi
ll I ut
lot U,
1 -aw
or-e coming
.vl.en il 1 I'll'
I tried to )
chance I.
hit me.
a
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jump-.
Louis W hit h i n
Preen and W in.
dov li to si c 1 1 e Li
at work 'I in .-day
t hi ir return 1 1
ai d l!i r; it;.
e era 1 I- il s int..
Fred Sl.cU. Otto
I'l'imU.olst droe
diedging miichine
from any
and if sai,
within one
liel.elil of sin
claims be not
vear from lb
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hall be louver haired.
.KMIN C. Mlb'ETT.
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against
i lnliil
w il Inn
.f said
,, In, led
e-late;
.liihif I
late of
Hot ice,
11 Ih
iirtmarv elect ion v i
regular polling d 1 .is in
eiiiel of said .' U. t V of
dean, mi tin I'll I I'iicmI i
I'.H I. being tin- t'oui Ih day
Pill, for the pui'i I"
can. Ii. late- f,-r
ol I K'i:.
en I hat .'I
In I I at the
each pre-
ape (iirar
ol Aug.u-1,
of Auuu-t,
'ii, in. it ing
Mi. 4. olliceS
III b -l-to
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November
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for at
oil 'I'll
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NOTICE
Male
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went
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EVERYTHING AMAN NEEDS
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to get
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1 Complete Sliming Out 'it
10 Articles 10
PI l!l K SU E OF HEM.
I SI All .
e i- hi Ii by eivoll. thai I, N i .Ii ,! -
i i'-igiii ,l S ei ili of 'ape ( iirar-
i .iii.l y. Mi.--oiiii, iir.-uant to l'l i ll,
ir o the County Court of ,!u,!;:c
niiily, H..I.I-' and entered oi
oil M..V 7th, I'.H I, will sell Judge
i i nil,
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uii'y
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n -I
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III lll-'f
.1 III llict
of her son und shook her warmly
by the hand.
"It must be a great comfort to
you to have been the mother of such
a hero," he said.
The threshing outfit belonging to
Jake Keller was compelled to sus
pend operations Friday on account of
n breakdown of some of the machin
ery. They had just begun threshing
ut the farm of W illiam Lafortc, about
two miles west of town when the acci
dent occurred. The necessary repairs
have been sent for and it will pcrhps
be two or three days before they arrive.
Ethel Camden of Fast Cape wu
in the city on a shopping trip Friday.
INCOME tax Rtroins
Hy tthyrnph Id Ilhc Tributu .
Washington, July 3. Totals of the
individual income and corporation
tax receipts by districts given by
Treasury Depart ninnt today, total
a collection of $71,3S3,L"lS.:W ol which
$13.()79,hl0.41 was from corporation
tax and f 'S,30(i,330.(i! was from in
dividual income tax returns. New
York led all states with a total of
J-2,2SH,575.50 in taxes; Pcnnyslvania
was second with $t),0l'.ll,3(Ki.2s. Illi
nois was third. The expected belated
return which will reach the treasury
within the ten day grace peiiod al
lowed by law, will swell the total of
the two foriiifi of lax close to 175,000,-000.
ONE DEAD IN A 11: 1 D.
Kentuckian Kills Man ALer Flirting
With Wife.
IH It Ii yi iiiA " Tin Trihimt .
1 r.iiklin, Ky., July 3. Al Hester
was shot and killed at Portland, Tei.n.
near Lire ti day, and E. H. Butt,
Ci un'y C- nimissioner, is in jail at
(ialla' in charged with the crime.
ll.s'ir was formerly postmaster and
pnsidint of the Portland bank, and
was ery wealthy. There had been
bad blood between the nun for some
time. Today Butt passed Hester'
home four times and each time waved
at lb sti r's wife, it is said.
Lester went into the street and
Butt fired. Hester returned the fire
am I Butt ran into the burn. Shots
roDi the hwn killed Jlestcr.
To advertise our I niversal Shav-
. i. i
ing Oiittit ami liiver.u i loom i-
will for a limited time only, send
this well worth $3.01) Shaving un
fit for $1 U(). We sell our products
to the consumer direct and therefore
you save all agents' profits which
as vou know are very large.
1 Hollow (iround Kaozr.
1 5-inch Lather Brush.
1 Razor Strop, Canas Buck.
1 Nirkle Easel Back Mirror.
1 33-inoh Barber Towel.
1 Bar Shaving Soup.
1 Box Tulcum Powder.
1 Decoruted China Mug.
1 Aluminum Barber Comb.
1 Bristle Hair Brush.
Each outfit packed in neat box
$1.00. Coin or Money Order, postage
lOe extra.
UNIVERSAL PRODl'CTS CO.
Dayton Ohio.
.-.I i,id, lie vendue, to the hiidio-.l
i
,, r lor cash at the South front door Judge of Probate Cml.
of the court hoil-e in the City of Clerk of the Circuit Couit.
Jackson, at two o'clock in the after- Clerk of the County Court.
t ii on Thursday, August 27th, Collector of the lb-venue.
It'll-!, the following described lands, ; Recorder of Deeds.
being accreted land as surveyed by Prosecuting Attorney.
L. M. Bean, County Surveyor of Clerk of the Capo (iirardeau Court
said county, to-wit: j of Common Pleas.
4.00 acres NEJi SEJ.f frh; 3.20, Three Justices of the Peace for
acres NW'Jf SK' frh; 17.00 acres1 Byrd Township, three Justice of the
SW'!.' SE'i'.; K.S2 acres frh; SE'4'i Peace for Cape (iirardeau township
all in Section 2X, Township , and two
Range 11 East; 10.21
SW'Ji
I 32 X.
INK!.
1 NW !,
in tin
ted neat
front .
No bids for less
acre and the costs
considered.
W. A. SC MM ICRS,
Sheriff of Cape (iirardeau County
Missouri. 2ti-ilt
acres
XW'M and (LOO acres NV4'
frh in Section 33, Township
Range 11 East, containing
aggregate 50.10 acres, situ.i-
Cape Rock, on the River
than
of s:
SI 2.1
le wil
per
be
Justices of the Peace for
i. . , t l, . .1......
each ol mo louowiug iowiisiiiin,
Apple Creek, Hubble, Kinder, Liberty,
Randol, Shawnee, Welch and White
water. One Constable in each of the mun
icipal townships in said county.
Committeemen for each township.
(iiven under my hand and ..flicial
seal at Jackson this l'.th day of
May, 11)11.
(Seal) FRED (iOYERT.
Clerk of the County Court.
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