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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD. . -FRIDAY. JUNE it, 1913.
t v.-- J - ; " ' -s; v back to th d J&arilZj ilh a dollar, pub If . 1 matics mc azcem Which enJ of 5f art the 1 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF 1 Mrs. Dcrtha Campbell of Benton visited friends in this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Baker, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Raglin of Frederick town are visiting friends in this city. M. (1. Gresham and daughter of Sikeston were in the city yesterday on a .shopping trip. Joe Hudson of Williamsville was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Herman Wolfson of Fuxico trans " acted business in this city yesterday. Mrs. R. Rothenberg and Mrs. V. Da vis and sister of Maiden visited friends' in this city yesterday. Mrs. Ralph Burge, who has boe.i vis iting for scv.t.1 days with her parent-.- at Oran, leturr.cd to her h-jme in the; city jvstcrday. Mr. Burg.? went t Oran Sunday and accompanied her. back to the Cape. Martin Lorberg and family spent Sunday visiting at the home yf Al bert Fassold. J. A. Sibley of Illmo was in the city yesterday doing some shopping. George Kinder and L. S. Rhodes, prominent farmers from Whitewater, were business visitors in this city yes terday. John D. Groh, A. L. Faber, F. J. Doody, J. J. Ratchford, D. C. Jones, E. E. Yates, Wm. S. Jath, H. J. Vogt, J. Wolf, R. L. Harrington and E W. Scearce of St. Louis were business vis itors in this city yesterday. L. P. Sharp of Wittenberg is in the city looking after some business inter ests. L. E. Caldwell and H. W. Becker of Oran were in the city yesterday look ing after a contemplated real estate transaction. Barney Wagner, the stockman of Oran, was a business visitor in this city csterday. J. W. Ellis of Stc. Genevieve, Frisco roadmaster, is a business visitor in this city. Attorney W. K. Chandler of Marble Hill has been in the city for several days consulting a client on some court ing matters. Squire O. F. Adams of Whitewater was a business visitor in this city yes terday. Mrs. C. O. Hobbs, Mrs. F. A. Wiggs, ami Miss Wilma Reck of Lutesville visited friends in this city yesterday. Mrs. Otto Harrny and Mrs. William Marrs and two children will return this afternoon from Oran where they have been visiting Jacob Stehr, the uncle of Mrs. Hanny and Mrs. Marrs. Allen Mattingly of Charleston was a business visitor in this city yester day. "Felix Gordon of New Madrid is in the city visiting at the home of B. Bremerman. George McCarty of Delta was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Thomas Gallivan, David Mann, Jo seph F. Gordon of New Madrid were business visitors in this city yester day. diaries Harris of Benton is a busi ness visitor in this city. M. D. Wilson, who has been away for several days on some real estate business, is expected to return home today. Frisco Special Agent Vinson return ed yesterday afternoon from the southern part of the State, where he had been called on professional busi ness. C. P. Wells of Hayti was a visitor in this city Sunday. Prof, and Mrs. E. Noble of Poplar Bluff arrived in this city yesterday and will enroll in the summer school at the Normal. Emory Fulbright, principal of the Hornerville public school, is visiting Sfohe-the road to tow. me acnvn qraac wnmoiu fiicrr, tnw ajou 1 1.1-11.. " lctfl.w Account i n IfiU 3kmk, .staricd um en ihi read to ile top. It I II j easy ana me cjotney gcoa. the road arejpi hcflWfi at the home of his cousin, Sam Jacobs, in this city. He will depart this aft ernoon for Doniphan, where he will visit with his brother until he resumes his school work in July. Al Glucck and Amanda Glueck of Benton were in the city yesterday do ing some shopping. - Frank Cook of Arbor visited friends in this city yesterday. Will Monk of Rockview paid the Cape a hurried business visit yester day. E. C. Ramsey yesterday sold his tailoring shop on Main street to Arch and Ray Gray. Mr. Ramsey has ac cepted employment with a school sup ply firm. Alma Berth and Clara E. Barrett of Doniphan are visiting friends in this city. Royal Matthews of McClure was in the city yesterday on a shopping ex pedition. R. E. L. Lampkin was in Charleston yesterday on a business trip. Mrs. F. X. Kessler departed yester day afternoon for Chaffee, where she will visit for a few days with her sis ter and brother. ' Mr. and Mrs. Al Glueck of Benton visited friends in this city yesterday. ' J. H. Richardson of Advance is a business visitor in this city. Bertha Campbell of Benton was in the city yesterday on a shopping tnp. R. L. Harty of Bloomfield visicedv friends- and relatives in this city yes terday. "James Phillips moved yesterday from 209 Bellcvue street to the new apartments at William and Lorimier streets. Rev. J. G. Hehning of Gordonville motored to the city yesterday after noon, bringing a number of brickma sons and laborers who have been em ployed in the erection of the new Lu theran Church in Gordonville. WTilliam Erase of Allcnville was in the city yesterday doing some shop ping. F. W. Horn "of Daisy transacted business in this city yesterday. M. C. Comer and .L H. Richardson of Advance are business visitors in this city yesterday from Cristobal, in the canal zone. Mr. Kindell is a Gov ernment employe, having charge of one of the mechanical departments, and is now on his two months' vaca tion. They arc visiting at the home of Mrs. M. L. Schwepker, the mother of Mrs. Kindell. C. A. Vandivort of Jackson trans acted business in this city yesterday. J. L. Bauman of Chaffee was in the Cape yesterday on a business trip. L. S. Mayfield of Illmo was a busi ness visitor in this city yesterday. Judge Edward. Hays of Jackson transacted business in this city yes terday. Rurie Lesem arrived home yester day afternoon from Richmond, where he had gone with the Schuchert Con cert Band. He was delayed a day on his return, having stopped over with his uncle in St. Louis. William Heyde and Walter Taylor of Jackson were in the Cape yesterday enroutc to St. Louis on a business trip. Louis Tott spent Sunday with his family in this city and yesterday re turned to Tascola to look after his business interests. R. E. Norrid and Paul Burger of Benton visited friends in this city yes terday. A. L. Hammontree and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. JSwartz of Dexter werein the city yesterday on a shopping trip. Harold Davidson departed Sunday for Essex, where he will visit for a few days with his parents. J. L. Coot of Advance is a business visitor in this city. Mrs. Frank Burroughs yesterday r? ceived communication from her daugh ter, Miss Jean Burroughs, at Berkley the top! u nave so war ' ........ Springs, Va.f advising that she was enroute home to spend her vacation. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Burroughs and her daughter Miss Mary departed for St. Louis, where they will meet Miss Jean and accompany her back from the -city. J. H. Richardson, deputy U. S. reve nue collector, of Bloomfield, was m a business visitor in this city yesterday. Ira Fennimore returned last even ing from a lumber purchasing trip to Poplar Bluff and other points in But lcs County. H. M. Dunbar and daughter of Ad vance were in the ciiy yesterday on a shopping trip. Rev: J. J. Clopton retrned yesterday from his regular weekly trip to Illmo. Miss Ida Winter of New Wells is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Landgraf. Dr. W. E. Yount departed this morning for San Francisco where he will attend the convention of the American Medical Association. He will, be away for about one month. Claude T. Marshall of Poplar Bluff is visiting friends" in this city. A. E. Alexander of Puxico was. in the city yesterday on a shopping trip. Miss Linnie Clifton, Miss Nettie Clifton, Miss Roxie Mattingly and George A. Langh of Charleston, visit ed friends in this city yesterday. J. L. Kirkpatrick and John M. Crow of Charleston, representatives of a correspondence school, were business visitors in this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wiggins of Green brier were in the city yesterday on a shopping trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richardson of Advance were in the city yesterday on a business trip. Miss Lela Fletcher returned to her home in this city yesterday after spending several days visiting friends in Kcnnett. A. L. Martin of Mobcrly is a busi ness visitor in this city. E. P. Kiesler of Perryville was a business visitor in this city yesterday. R. H. Hutchins of Sikeston is a business visitor in this city. Mrs. J. L. Cook and Miss Helen Cook of Advance were in the city yes terday on a" shopping trip. M. L. Moss of Poplar Bluff was a business visitor in this city yesterday. A. M. Dunn of Shelbyville transact ed business in this city yesterday. W. F. Holscher of Seventy-Six, was a business visitor in this city yester day. Everett L. Pate of Fornfelt was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Emil Hirsch departed this morning on a three-months trip through the Western States. Hj expects to stop off for a few days in Kansas City and from there will go to Denver. From Denver he will go to Salt Lake City, and then to San Francisco where he will visit the exposition for several weeks. He will visit the different points of inter est in California and will return by way of Texas and other Southern States. Mrs. D. J. Herd and son returned from Caruthersville They, were ac companied on their return by Miss Evelyn Bassett, a niece of Mrs Herd, who will visit in this city for a few weeks. ' Peter Beisel, a representative of Ba ker's Union No. 4, St. Louis, was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Miss Clara Stchr and Master Jo seph Stehr of Oran are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanny of this city. J. R. Waller arrived in this city last night on his return from Big Springs, Tex., where he has made his home for the past year. Mr. Waller has tired of living in the Southwest and expects to return to his old honvj in Commerce. J S 19 I IRISH COMEDIAN IN COURTASKS'DOUGr Man Who Produced "Giggles' At Carnival Fighting For , His Salary. Claud Womack yesterday obtained judgment for $30 against A. H. Brown, in Justice Willer's Court, for salary claimed to be due. The defendant is the proprietor of International Shows, a .carnival com pany that exhibited in this city a lit tle mere than a week ago, and Wom ack was employed as an Irish come dian in the "Royal Entertainers," one of their vaudeville attractions. On the day the engagement closed in this ty, Womack attached an au tomobile belonging to Brown, when he was refused payment of his salary. The hearing was fixed for June 8, and the defendant secured the release of his machine by depositing $60 in the hands of William Bergman who sign ed his bond. When the judgment was rendered yesterday, Brown appealed the case to the Common Pleas Court of this coun ty. While he and the other parties to the suit were occupied in the court room, one of his companions drove the automobile to a place of concealment, apparently to prevent further incum brance being placed upon it. Mora Womack, a brother of the plaintiff, filed an attachment on the money in the hands of Mr. Bergman, belonging to Brown, in excess of the judgment, on a claim of $30 for salary due him as a performer also. The Court refused to grant the ap peal until Brown had furnished the re quired bond, and upon his depositing an additional $60 in the hands of Mr. Bergman, a suitable bond was execut ed, and Brown returned to his show which has been for the past week fill ing an engagement in Flat River. The attachment case of Mora Worn ack's will be tried before Judge Wilier on the 19th of this month, and the Claud Womack case to be tried on ap peal, will come before Judge Ranney at the July term of the Common Pleas Court. After the necessary arrangements William R. Dittman of Kansas City is a business visitor in the Cape. Theodore Zerbe of St. Louis trans acted business in this city yesterday. Charles Wipperman was a business visitor in Oran yesterday. Louis Harter, an expert piano tuner of St. Louis, is in the city this week, with headquarters at the Conroy Piano Co., in the Cahoon Building. Miss Virgie Hope of Shawneetown is visiting at the home'of Mr. and Mrs. Valley Whithdgc in this city. Miss Kathleen Willis arrived yes terday from Willow Springs and will visit for a few days with her sister, Miss Gladys Willis. Miss Engledow Boas of Minnow Point arrived in the city yesterday to attend the summer school at the Nor mal. F. S. Bice, a drainage contractor of Oran, is a business visitor in this city. W. F. Withers and O. H. Stathem of Allenvillc were in the city yesterday on a business trip. Mrs. Josephine Smith of Fornfelt was in the city yesterday doing some shopping. William Sliivelbine returned yester day afternoon from Richmond, where he had gone with the Schuchert Con cert Band to attend the Confederate Veterans Reunion. ' The colored Knights of Pythias pur chased a site on North street from Turner Randall for the erection of a lodge building, and the work of con struction will begin in a short time. L. A. Scherer of Jackson was in the city yesterday on a business trip. F. M. Shell of Oak Ridge was a business visitor in this city yesterday. W. F. Carlton of Advance is a busi ness visitor in this city. Judge Edward D. Hays of Jackson was a business visitor in this city yes terday. Mrs. C. M. Williamson of Poplar Bluff was in this city yesterday visit ing friends. N Alvin Hazelback of Perryville was a business visitor in this city yester day. ' . x H. L. Frockshaw, a merchant of Hunter, is in the city on a business trip. Mr. Frockshaw is here for the purpose of purchasing a few carloads of second-hand furniture and stoves to use in his business in the Carter Coun ty metropolis. He says that Hunter is now in the midst of a big boom, ther? being a great rush of homeseck ers to that locality to acquire small fruit farms. H. J. Slot, a dredjje boatman of South Bend, Ind., is a business visitor in this city. Policeman George Talley and Thom as Juden went hunting yesterday and as a result of their expedition- Mr. Talley killed seven squirrels and ,Mr. i Juden killed one. 5 CAPE BAND BOYS GO TO FRISCO FAIR Richmond Blues, Crack Military Organization, to Treat Musi cians With Long Trip. ' Five members of the Schuchert Con cert Band, which attended the Rich mond reunion," are going ,to make an extended trip to the World's Fair at San Francisco before returning to this city. This message reached this city yesterday in a telegram to J. M. Alli son, the Broadway merchant, from his son, Gorden Glenn Allison. The message came from Richmond, and notified Mr. Allison that they were going to depart within the next twenty-four hours. The five boys are to be guests of the Richmond Braes, a weal thy branch of the Virginia National Guards. The Schuchert Band, which was se lected by the Richmond Blues to head their parade, made a decided hit with the Virginia military men. More than one hundred members of the organizo tion decided to visit the Panama Expo sition and they wanted the whole Schuchert Band to be their guests. But when it was learned that only five of the musicians had remained'' in the city, they invited them to make the trip, and the invitation was accepted. All of the expenses of the musicians will be paid by the Richmond Blues. This unusual honor was received with delight from the parents of the young men and Dr. Schuchert, the director of the band. were made, Mr. Brown walked out about two miles on the Perryville road where his companions had taken his automobile when it was removed from in front of the Judge's home during the progress of the trial. Brown and his associates returned to Flat River last night and will ac company the .'hows to Chester today, preparatory to a week's stand in that city. The Womack brothers will remain ii this city until their litigation with Brown is disposed of. C. L. Griffin, L. T. Gray and O. M. Headlee of Morehouse, were business visitors in this city yesterday. John Frenzl Jr., arrived yesterday morning from Richmond, having stop ped over for a fe,w days with his uncle in S;. Louis on his return. John C. Suhling and J. H. Wilson of St. Louis were in the city yesterday on a business trip. A. M. Woodruff and Peak' Terrell of Newark are business visitors in this city. R. R. Huddleson of Columbia, Mo., visited friends in this city yesterday. F. E. Gasser of St. Louis transacted business in this city yesterday. H. K. Wilson ami John Niehoff of Jackson were business visitors in this yesterday. William Dorlac, a meat salesman of St. Louis, transacted business in this city yesterday. Ralph Klein, a grocery salesman of Chicago, is a business visitor in this city. P. L. Harris, a plow salesman of Molinc, was a business visitor in this city yesterday. H. R. Knollenburg and J. A. Schulte, grocery salesman of St. Louis are business visitors in this city. J. W. Corrington of Hayti was in the city yesterday on a shopping expe dition. Mrs. William Hudson of Erie, North LDakota, is visiting friends in this city. I" t r n' if i u : I r J. vv. Willi, a ciuming timi-Mnmi ui New York, is a business visitor in this city. H. C. May of Campbell is in the city attending to some business interests. Carl A. Schultz of Waterloo, la., is in the city on a business trip. J. C. Harrison of St. Louis is a busi ness visitor in this city. S. G. Elder, a liquor salesman of Louisville, Ky., transacted business in this city yesterday. H. J. Slot, a dredge boat man of South Bend, Ind-, is a business visitor in this city. John W. Rood and Peter Grant of Memphis wero business visitors in this city yesterday. W. A. Loeffler, a grocery salesman of Lutesville, was in the city yester day calling on his trade. K. C. Stephens, a shoe salesman of Boston, is in the city on a business trip. Judge Edward D. Hays and L. D. Macom were business visitors in this city yesterday. J. F. Schad, a typewriter salesman of Memphis, was a business visitor in this city yesterday. J. D. Spencer and J. T. Smith, add ing machine salesmen of St. Loois, are business visitors in this city. John Ronss yesterday began the ! construction of two elegant apartment j lipases on William street. E. J. Deal, President J. H. Himmclberger, Vice-Prcs. S. B. Hunter, Vke-Pres. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE Southeast Missouri' Trust Company CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI MAY 28, 1915 RESOURCES Bills Receivable Bonds and Stocks Furniture and Fixtures Real Estate Overdrafts Due from Banks and Cash , LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Set Aside for Dividends Secretary's Checks Bank Deposits Individual Deposits Time Deposits Savings Deposits Total Deposits $1,701,067.46 E. J. Deal, President, Sam'l M. Carter, Sec'y-Treas. YOUR PATRONAGE IS INVITED Every dollar deposited is protected by the Capi tal and Surplus of $574,924.03, plus the manage ment of officers and directors. : : : STEAMER GOING TO RELIEF OF THE MACMILLAN EXPEDITION Party that Found There Was No Crocker Land to Be Brought Home. New York, June 8 The steamer Cluett, which leaves here today, tar rying supplies for the Grenfell Mis sion in Labrador, will later proceed to Etah, Greenland, as a relief ship for the Donald B. MacMillan expedition, which went7 to the Arctic regions in search of Crocker Land. MacMillan has reported that the supposed new land in the Far North does not exist. After unloading at the Grenfell Mis sion in Labrador, the Cluett will re turn to North Sidney, C. B., whore Dr. E. O. Hovey, chairman of the commit tee which sent the MacMillan expedi tion north, expects to go on board and start for Etah about August. It is said that tho members of the exploring party will be recalled and return home on board the Cluett. Joseph W. Schrader. a liquor sales man of St. Louis, is a business visitor in this city. B. P. Waters of Red Oak is a busi ness visitor in this city. L. K. "Schmoll, H. C. Roper and W. H. Sell of St. Louis were business vis itors in this nty yesterday. T. W. Cotten ofYan Uuren i :n the Cape looking after some Diiircfs interests. Pink Smith and family of Kennett, with Miss Sybil Shirley, Miss Rose Green and Ernest Shirley, motored to this city from Kennett yesterday and are visiting at the home of Oscar Ber ry. They will continue their journey to Marble Hill today. William Nixon, a negro, was yester day tried by Judge Wilier and given a fine of $1 and costs for disturbing the peace of William Watson, another negro, i Clyde Sams of Wolf Lake was in the city yesterday on a. shopping trip. Mrs. Effie Ramsey of Charleston has been visiting for the past few days in this Hry with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Ramsey. A. A. Boley cf Kennett is a business visitor in this city. E. T. Philips of Bloomfield visited friends in this city yesterday. Wilson C. Bain arrived in this city yesterday from Chattanooga, Tenn., where he has recently completed his studies in the Chattanooga College of Law, formerly known as the Grant University. Mr. Bain has received his degree from the institution, and took the Tennessee bar examination m Memphis on Friday and Saturday. He will go to Jefferson City next Satur day .and on the following Monday will take tbx exanir.stion required in this State. Mr. Bam is not fully decided ns to where he will locate, but thinks favorably of Cape Girardeau. E. A. Mitchell of Flat River was in the city yesterday attending to some natters of business. SamTj ; Cdrct, Secretary and Treasurer Martin G. Bender, Ass't Secretary $1,040,854.79 231,529.60 2,576.00 2,535.00 448.69 423.123.3gM 1,701,067.46 . $500,000,00 74,924.03 15,000.00 105.00 $ 95,788.04 635,927.49 190,283.27 189,039.63 1,111,038.43 LITTLE GERMAN BAND FOR AMERICA, CLARINET TO TUBA Eight Musicians March Into the Fed eral Building at Brooklyn and Renounce the Kaiser. New York, June 8 After playing the "Star Spangled Banner" with en thusiasm in front of the Federal Build ing in Brooklyn, a German street band of eight pieces marched into the of fice of Chief Clerk Gilkes of the Dis trict Court and in a body renounced allegiance to Kaiser Wilhelm. "We love the fatherland," said the leader, "but we're stuck on this coun try and are for Uncle Sam f:om clari net to tuba." LAND FOR ENTRY IN COLORADO Pueblo, Colo., June 0 Government ! lands amounting to 020 acres, orgin- ally withdrawn from entry on account of reservoir site, bocame subject to settlement today. The land is in Las: Animas Countv. SHIPS COLLIDE, EIGHT DEAD Liverpool. June !) The steamer Ger trude was sunk in a collision with th' City of Vienna off Arklaw lightshiu Sunday, with a loss of eight lives. Survivors were brought here today. C. Bye of Bonne Terre is a busine.. visitor in this city. J. W. Hulsobus, a tobacco salesman of Poplar Bluff, is in the city on a business trip. Attorney James A. Finch of Forn felt is in the tity on seme court mat ters. J. A. Lawrence, a grocery salesman of Farmington, was a busine.-s visitor in this city yesterday. J. E. Martin of Indianapolis, a stove salesman, transacted business in thij city yesterday. Mrs. H. E. Bonebrake of Charles ton visited friends in this city ycstei'' day. Charles E. Clark of Covington, Ky is in the city on a business trip. L. H. Palkes of St. Louis was a busi ness visitor in this city yesterday. L. D. Roberts of Conran, visited in this city yesterday. I. H. Graessle, a coffee salesman of St. Louis is a business visitor in this city. E. H. Barry, a civil engineer of Chaffee, is in the city on a business trip. F. L. Phillips of Kansas City ar rived in the Cape yesterday and has begun his work as instructor in Latin during the summer term of the Nor mal schooL H. T. Harris of St. Louis is a busi ness visitor in this city. W W. Hampton of Jonesboro is vis iting friends In this city. G. T. Siburn, a roofing salesman of Indianapolis, is a business visitor in this city. Charles L. Kaiser of New York City J is a business visitor in this city. f