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mE WEEKLY THI BUNK ANT) CAPE COUNTY II ERA LP. FRIi7 MORNING. NOVEMBER 17.1916.
THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND THE CAPE Efery Friday by THE CAPE GIRARDEAU PUBLISHING COMPANY. JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THOMAS R. MARSHALL, THE V. P. All of tlie characteristics of Little Jeff, the comic page star, are embodied in our little Tom Marshall, who has recently been re-elected Vice President. He can talk more and say less than anonc in private or public life today, and if he isn't funnv, it isn't because he doesn't want to be. He would rather be a humorist than Vice President, and he would rather be Vice President than anything else, except a humorist. 'It isn't as deeji as a well or as wide as a church door, but it will serve.'" he telegraphed President Wilson when he learned that he had again been elected Vice President. What Tom intended to convey, was: "We go in by a whisker, but we're lucky at that."'. During the campaign, Mr. Marshall cavorted over the country belittling the Vice Presidency. "I am asking you to put me in eclipse for four more veai-;."' he told one audience. "When I ask for your vote for the Vice Presidency, you must suppose that ! have reached the stage where 1 don rare what happens to ir..-." he said in another address. There art times when humor, whether but to r:di.-i:le the m-xt highest oflice in the Vice President There have been mental giants, but it must be said that of th"ineivos in order to attract public .... . .. . . . . l M. . . 1 lie h.ss ol the IVesment mrmg ioni .uais.i.uis .enuie ...,... j crauc ma jority. He can :.! the county renn that tiie u,t of tii. -weld would be kept laughing at his boorish j vvih u ;,,aj,vjv or- votes over Wil lui'iior for the ri-maind--r of the PresMent's term. If the people of the . !;;mi II. ikikor. his Republican op Cited States- Mi.-ve that a comedian shmild be Vice President, they ought j pom-nt. Robert Cannon, Democratic ,.. ...!,... ,.,. . . ,-;.,,... , In the kimruatrc of the Chicago nominee for Assessor, defeated Frank Ti ibune. Ton: .Marshall is the champion boob. XMMALS tN Park Superintendent Rrunke and theniselve- to obtain aiitna!- Ihe Fairgnm le.nl o Mr. : Is illoi- u i :; es .'tractive- than .;u; xote : tax t maintain it.- zoo. v. mm tne vote. Cape Girardtau should maintain V In tin there w;;.-. Tue.-dav. it v as cau.-ed by natural conditions or not. you no doubt noticed :: suddmi drop in the temperature .-!m. i!y alter tlie jxdts closed III!: MORAL IN Tl'KSDA Y'S FLECTION. Tm-.-das ( h cti.-u demonstrated that Mi--: ourian.-. whether they are Rc jeib;icau or Democrats. have ic-nmie ton inucpeiid'-ni to vote ir weak candidate.-. A Democrat will vote for a good Republican in preference to a baI Democrat, and a Republican will up port : strong Democrat v. lit n his party nominate- an mcomoetcnt or unv. The De ouri made an . initiated John P. ('.onion for State Auditor, in view of his record. Mr. (ior- I'e doi; weakened tile whole Dcmucrutie who mutiiatvd his name and wrote in tlie jl-iiublican nominee. (lordou lias :,n.(i'Mi v-t:s, -vhi'e Senator R.-ed lias Walter S. Dirkev. Dickey. While :i-e n.M.-.inati.m of Mr. I)ic;;y (e-rdm-. M.-. Di-kev should never have alor. Tl.i I amai am i ; J.ou ., ;,e t';.,. ivI.i.ii, Tie he will lo.-c :..)ii) more before tile ret irns a.re comjiiele. Dickev mad goat of' In.- -;ii'.didacy 1-- . .Waima. Rut he v as defeated before if elilig.nen:!" th.iil.v l.ial nt a candiate for tin- I'nit than gold. That was Dickey's only rem:-it( the reoiiir. 'lynl.. of I'nited States Would have i en merely a figurehead. S 'liatoi Ueed's l ' -i ie lion w as w ell . . i i .1 i in asiimgion, which icaetieo ll'-s nn.i-i nonunaie u:nno-i men mm i ! ' r 1 . . l 'V ol tne 'lMloiii over. mi: i ai si: oi hi ,.r ii... I'niie.l .v;i:iio - UV'e 111 v liir!i ( do ie.. Il.eia to the necessity i men a!,.- lut most influential in Ic- I meii mti-t bo lieseii and through !iai '.. Mogia-.- was great man. have made an iila.-iriou.- President, but he was nominat.d by men who belong to : ra t!;at is gone. Not all ol the old guard in the Republican party arc bad, hut lite ma .lord v are in di.-reputc, and the fact that .-o many of the men w ho n rami inat. d lVe,id tit Taft took part in the convent ion which .-elected Mr. Iluir.H-s. started him on tiie race for tiie Prc-id-. ucy overwhelmingly handi capped. Tin.- is borne nut by the leturns from almost every Slate. Mr. Hughe- wa. dei'eated in State., that elected Republican Governors and other Repubiican official.-- bv majorities ir.nfififf upwards the r. iord of .Mr. Huyhes to warrant this rebuke, and in as much as the Repubiican party won back control of tjie lower branch of Congre.-s. il is app:irent that the voters did not want to repudiate the party. It has been said that Mr. Huuhe.-' speeches defeated him. This does not t en! true in the face of tin. facts. His theme was tin- bailie cry of Repub lican candidates in every State, yf t he w as defeated and the Repubiican ticket- m the Republican States won. If what he .-aid was injurious to llm.-i 's. it wi aid also have defeated men who were running with inn. .Mr. Hughes -va- defeated before he started. The men who dominated (!): Chic-go convi ution k'ile.i him. The results of November 7 should be ie n e;i bered four years hence. The wriiir.g is on the wall. THK NEW MISSOURI GOVERNOR. The election of Col. Fred I. Gardner as Governor f Missouri .-eems undoubtedly assured. Frien.ls of Judge l.amm are naturally disappointed that he did riot run :.i!0(l better than he did. but .Judge l.amm ar.d his friends will isii the successful candidate a t-ncces-ful administration. No other Demo rate, whose name was suggested for the gubernatorial miles .-oulli of Po: tageviilo, yesterday j wood did not discriminate between his;(.n,vs ;f;vc niore millc, and better milk, no.uinatiou. could have defeated Judge Lamm. Mr. Gardner made some t afternoon was brought up io the Cape ; ),V!1 private funds and those that be-! V1-, 4n(, samf, feed, enemies in hi? .own party because of his determined stand again.-t prohibition. by U. S. Deputy Marshal George C. j h'ng'-d to the Government. j I F. RRAUN & BROS. but he also made friends. It is not often that spine and polities go to- j Orchard, after he had be i arrested He had been accustomed to handling gethcr, but there are exceptions to the rule. ! Friday afternoon on nn in.iictment re-j1 money in that manner and even-; jjr amj JIrs j c Willa came over Rath Judge Lamm and Col. Gardner evaded no is.-ue. Every question j turned by the lat October Federal j tually. he told Orchard, he got it . to tip r.jpe yesterday from White tbat was put up to them w as answered, and without attempt at evasion, j Grand Jury. ! t'-v5stP,l badly that he could not un- j water t0 s10j, amj v;s;t u ;th friends. Ilolh are men competent to serve their state and its people well, arl if! the final count shows that Col. Gardner has been elected, we w ish him ! unbounded success. 1 As a business man he ha.- made a remarkable success. If be serves the ! state half as well as he has conducted his ow n business, there w ill be no j complaint from the people. He enters time. No matter what he may do that bo doubly noticeable because there has vcars but scandals and controversies. COUNTY HERALD 4 i it is good or bad. are appropriate. the lat.'d comes with poor grace from I occupants of this office, who were not i rimy never made Happy Hooligans notice. . . f 1. .. 1 1 . 4 . ...... T , I L'il,il IIIi: PARK. ('ouneilmen S:'gr;ives have delegated foe tlie City Zoo. Nothing could make a collection of park animals, am 1 the should be ciico! irage-l. St. l.eu's ha.- people approved by a popular omc animals in the park. erliiy iv.epum.eaii. unpardonable blunder in-n they re ticket ami .c w niried bv 1 mocrut; the name of (bore; been deieaUd by i'.. llackmaim. aj'proximateiy j been ckcted by a lead of liC.tMKi over j i was not as bad fee seieclion or I b-.-n cia. n m:- i'nite.i Slates t?.m- j i.- ;.t b ,1.-1 -JITO Vote-. b h i d Judge v n-n t.e com pa ret mm.-e.i i" int la ited. In tii is era of ;es Senate H".st nos-ess seme- lie does not meei I S-iiator. ami had ne heen elected, nc deserv ed !b- made remarkable j ':. I.; .t.. n:ir- : I'U onn, upon m.-. m...-. . n: a i i. .i - .ii e ii - oees 1 11 1 : .. f,.t ; oiot eei .nup ... . . . . gurs iui fat. b. - ive learned to think independently , ., . , . . .- I ol .-jralcnmg n.nlois. u i.- lime io. lb-- great parlies t. realize that tla- tiie be.-i met'iod.-. I with a .-piemiid record and woiihi of UMMUM). Then was nothing in J the oflice as Governor at a favorable j a is for the hrnefit of the state, it will bo n nothing during the past four ' HAYS IS DEFEATED BY 267 FOR JUDGE Ran 200 Ahead of His Ticket in Scott and Was High in Mississippi. Complete returns from Scott and: Mississippi counties show : that I 'rank i Kelly defeated Edward I. Mays for Judge of the Circuit Court by a ma jority of ."67 votes. Thee two coun ties cast almost a record-breaking Democratic vote. In Mississippi County scleral Demo crats defeated their Republican op ponents .by most tM)0 votes. Judge Kelly defeated Judge I lays in Missis sippi County by G2" votes, or two le-s than Judge Hays' majority in Cape Ciirardeau County. Judge Havs ran far ahead of the Republics ticket in Sett County, yei he w as defeated there bv "(9 votes.; j Congressn.au Ras-di carried So,tt ICountv over David W. Hill be a ira - j0)jtv 0r ;(, ,,r almost -')) more tiem ! Judge Kelly carried the county over' Hays. Joseph D. Row man. the Democratic nominee for Representative in the Lecislaiure, polled the biyge.-t D-'mo- And vson by a nvtjority of ('(!".. Woodrov,- Wilsoj carried Scott l Count v bv a p'.uia'itv i' ol j xo :ner Iov. hughes Scott wa.- tin- iai Tii;' ioial vote in t ev; r polled. It exceeded the tola! asi in I! '! sligl t!y over !0!J. ar.d the im-:c a.- largely Democratic. Scott C-Mintv. v. l-.icii va.- virt::: eone' !'-i to tee" iirvs on t!'e nro'ii the nro'iibi-; iion fmen.hiiem. d-fcatcd the measure j bv more than .";!) vote.:. The v'to for ! th' amendmei w J.")d0. ASKS RECEIVER FOR CHAFFEE MERCHANT Knnlinii.. V..,...! t... l V . . i ' tr.,;r r ii . . if Atiairs Ol AllHTl li. An iiivojmUan petition ii: i:ii,ni.-t-d States il. S:a sierdax' :!:iiiiitry iv-r fr ev, ii tcf. till- week in tile . u Distriet Court : ga;n:-c Alb f rh.u;V(. a :v!;;ii;t. as I'h-!t.-. to Refer.-.- in i O. A. Kmhans. to !,;.-.; a r. ' ,' Single con pointt i I li-" petit 'o.! from St. ieoi. era! Judtte )). '. as .-ei t to Km bans the ab e;:ee i r bv Di-i' iet Ci W. W. N'aH. and Kimhaiv made the ;pnojiit ment of the receiver, aniiou;-! - ing t!i:-.t his order was mad.- pending -ne iein; n o ..us.ie.e I -r i- n:.- -.mn-- iner. - Uie .1 :ig appnna. i-l tl.e ; action. i i laj',!" !ias mu . -a nd.iudg.-d ba " it. eo-ever, ar.d a" exaililllatien 01 111 '.;i':i'.; .v ei 1 i . .-in ceouc'e-i v nnin a: short time ! he pet I! loll V. as lllei bv l.'l.ce elc 1- ' . ....... . . r .jt t.e . .1... i .. i i u'-i.' in cuiii s, tie 1 1 " , i: a l o i ii t Sboe '.,.. of S'. Louis: the .MeniH Manufael uring Co.. and the Alligator ,,.., i.l,,i-o, i,.,;. , j - ...:,:' ,;. 4lin.f (.ri.d;to:- .!;. rg t!iat SVgls- m.n'e payment u'eferrerl creiiilors. ti;;nsrf-rred a mor' pago on In.-, stock of goods with- iii-i.-'eir ivrmi.-: eon from uart'cs mtere:- , an e-.o:-.e..t I , an un:;uo n per. on ahe-d :'t s2i)'):. Tie- f hi s'(iiks -!'Wi;e set forth the !a.-1, Iba'. tin- .-.loci c: e U'overiy insured to them. The petition a. ke i the court to n: me ( hde W. Wagner of St. I.oui, a.- r eivec for the concern, and acting in roiif'orm't v w ith il." reqir . t of th" pe titioner-, receiver. Km-aaiis im-rMi t.ag-mr MISPLACED GOVT. MONEY; ARRESTED : I , , ... i Orchard KmmM.farl llcguocd . io iapi (iiuuiudi ; Inditimcnl. ; notified Orchard to come and g-t him. ; it1 s?iWmi ony 0f course, ;n a more Grant Hegw oo.l. former po.-tma.-ter j According to the story of the post-of-'. y concentrated form. We gurr at Havw ard. Mo., a snail tow n ; ee i ice manipulation told by Orchard. Heg- j ltrp that this remedv w ill make vour ' Hegwcod is charged in the indict - ment w ith mishandling ti e post-ofHce accounts. He was taken before U. S. Commissioner Kage and committed to' the City Jail until he is ablo to furnish 1 $1000 bond. Hegwood told Mayer Kage that he is J ccr.iident that ho can furnish the bond j 1 v Mondav and friends will come to H. C. WASEM MUST WAIT UPON MAYOS Haariji Druggist Takes Number in Line of Patients at Minn. Ciinid. - VVaseni, well-known Haarig c'1uKh'-l- v, 'i' not he able to learn if J the Mayo brothers, work! famous sur geons, will perform an operation upon him until he has had a two weeks' preparation in hospital clinics, it be came known in the Cape yesterday when a loiter was received from Roch ester, Minn. .Mr. and Mis. Wasem went to Koch-' ester, the home of the Mavos, last week, and Mr. Wasem exoects to re- i main there about two months. On their arrival at the institution. u- SI, , , tn . h- , Tlr. Wasem was remit roil to n ace him- . . ." " th ,li,m,s f l'X!Wrt sm 'K"""F !2"'1 physicians in charge of a clinic. self in the hands of expert surgeons These scientists will take several davs to make examinations of Mr. Wacm1;ut before coming here, he was ac- j and prepare data for the information er the Mayos when Mr. Wasem reaches their hands. He w ill not see them until he actual- !y goes to the room for a final con-1 sulfation which may jclo.se with the op- oration. Thev w ill know, it is said, enough from the information furnish ed through examinations made hv .sur- j geons under them, to tell whether or ! ' -11 I 111 m'1 an "Perauon win oe auvisame. Mr. Wasem declared in his letter liat the hospitals at Kocnester are trie largest he ever has viewed and do- dared that it is commonly assented that the Mayos virtually make the town. . Patients by the score are a vaiting a sicuiar consuoaiion with tne .unyo.-. They include the rich ami poor alike., m'-'l patient is required to take a j Joiy; : f-.ti ust it.,u,oher upon his arrival. He then j awaits his turn and w hen .lr. a:.em j arrived at the institution, hi- number I wa-i in the "00s, :,o t!,at it required a I 'oiig time before he even got into the clinic. j Mr. Was'-m for tlie !a:-t three years 'has been troubled with ulcers in the 'stomach and he a!re:;d- has had two oi lerat ion s ne for' ii ( . noil h p r of wh ich i.i. t i- t :: ecm- to nave i ( n eniin-iv successiui iml in re-ent wc-i;s he had sunm-cd a great deal. CAPE WIDOWS GET PENSION ADVANCES More Than Score Will Jie Hiked I rom $12 to 20 Month. i ' Merc than a score of widow in the, j Cape, all federal Jovermiient -sion- : .. ... ....... m .,r il,,. f. t ih-,i 1 .- I I CU.-Oll Ol llie I.M.r llull ll.eii l,...!,.,,,,! r.,.i..-l,1 in 1!.e Civil V:,r I ..oii(ia :ecci(u men ijieiea.'- ii : l . i .. : 1,1 j bib i pension checks authorized by a tiiat was nassed lv tne last oonirn-ss. .ri... , ... w .. fi. i j ' "ni....-' .i im'voi...- .. ,i ui ( i and bas been L'iea oiilv to widows! ,. -i , .. ., ,. . ,. ..I.,... T,.. .,,. wim an- ,n iai.- oi oioei. incie ate . more than a More of women in ti.e Cape ami immediate vicinity who are beneficiaries under this law. Until tlie passage of tlie la", the -vooirii had been reci ivinir ?12 a month of :;." ;i iiiarter as their pensions. Un ! dec the new Jn'll, they will gi t checks ; :'nr Si;o each quarter, j On Nov. 1. la-t. their regular S::C j checks arrived in the Cape and on . a,f. to atteiulV" The leaders of the ; Monday, each received a check for (ediration, hoei"e'r, except to have ! SI 4.9", w hich is the amount of the : Inventor-Elect Col. Fred I. Gardner raise paid for the time between Sept. pre.-ent for a speech ar.d other ad is. when tlie law became effective, and dresses probably will be arranged. Nov. 1, last, the rinsing date of the Then-w ill be a torchlight procession, j last quarter. Hereafter the full SCO fjr,n oi ks, bombs and Schuchert's band will be paid. will be engaged to march at the head I Mrs. Henry Koerber. Mrs. Prink-! 0f the procession. The demonstration j ,,, sm. Mrs. Marguerite Ritgerod pai 'tiripated in tin- increase. i The four widow pensioners of the j Government, whose la.-t checks al.-o jwere delayed in Iw-ing delivered several ; davs ago, also have received their hivks and the transmission of the annoy to them has been cleared up. ihl' "hi him in getting released 1(((luL He was arrested la.-t I-1 iday evening by the constable at Portagevilh-, w ho : ; ravpl i'1 tangle. He sat down ami : v':i'w- for the post-office inspector to ; 'i irve to help him in his difficulty. j When the inspector got on the i ground and made an examination of j 'the oalce, he found that the accounts! were so badly twisted that between $200 and $300 was missing that bo- lor - j. - d to the-Government. BRIDAL PAIR ARE HOME AM TRIP Lawrence Hatuan and Ida Arm strong Were Wed Quietly at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Hainan, who slipped quietly away from their friends in the Cape last Wednesday afternoon and were married at Jack son, Friday afternoon returned to the Cape and arc at home now at 808 Themis street. Mrs. Hainan before her marriage ! was Miss Ida Armstrong, a daughter of Mrs. Rowcna Armstrong of Oriole, and for the last three years she has lived in the Cape while working at the shoe factory. Young Human, who is employed as a salesman at the Hnnkopf furniture 1st ore, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Au- j gu Human, who reside on a farm jon uoute Xo. 1 out of the Cape. He has lived in the 'Cape for seme time, ! ouair.tcd w ith Miss Armstrong. Aft " coming to the Cape, he renewed his acquaintanceship with Miss Armstrong j:iml fo1" vcral weeks the couple have planning on getting married, i The ceremony was performed at j o clock last Wednosdav afternoon bv Rev. L. R. Jenkins, pastor of the .Methodist Church. The couple were accompanied from the Cane bv Miss j Helen Hamuli and Edward Human, , brother and sister of the bridegroom. j immediately alien the ceremony, tne j couple went to Oriole w here they visit- e! for a Tew days with tne brides mother. ; TRIES TO SQUELCH TUESDAY'S JUBILEE Democrats Sit Down on Prof. Roberts Who Frowns on a Demonstration. Prof. ducted H. I.. Roberts last night con an unsuccessful attempt to ; s uelcti tne nronosed Dem.ocratie nnst- i - 1 ;eteclioii h'oxv-ool :n,lull fnr T. i "- day night aad precipitated a debate bc- tv.een himself and the Democratic or- I anization, which resulted in an en veloping movement that swamped him. Roberts attended the meeting called in 1.1-n inyanis oluce last nicht to :;:- arrangements for the celehra in honor of President Wilson' re- election. I.. R. Hourk, as president of l M' V. 'I. .m-Cardne,- club, was ap. ; noitionmg tne duties of the respec tive nn n. when he precipitated the de. : liaie bv handing Prof. Roberts a iob. 'j-u. jitter fbrlined to take a hand in the ce'ebiaiion and at the same time advieed the entire membership to al- .1 . i l.vv t he lemmiinil - r,, ilc- v.-..,. nnil sav no more a!out it. He urged as a basis for his argument, the statement the President in i.no of n.ri'lir-i i - - - - v ' - !.-,-;,i.,,. i,;,.!, ii-n ..tir vjIiI hr, . , .. r ... ... country snouiu lorgei tne eieciion. 'I'!-., ruiiniini l-.t ., !.,.. n..i . 1 , n.cUc a not also was exnressed. but that was as far as the argument . proceeded, for the remainder of the 'club members announced they ".-ou'd hold a celebration without Ir. Rob erts. Klforts were made to bring Senator ; .Fames A. Reed to the ('ape to deliver . an address, but la.-t night, it Was an nounced that Reed probably will not ; has been advertised in all the lower counties anil a large out-of-town crowd is expected to attend . MILK IX WINTER Why do your cows give less milk in wjMtel- than t hey do in summer ? Just because nature docs not supply them w ith grasses and green food. Rut wo 'have come to the assistance of Dame . wilh A ;,.:nedv which contain.", the verv m- frn.(ii(.nts that the trreen fed sunolie.- RUB-MY-TISM Will dire RheUm&tisiTli Ncti ralgia. Headaches. Cramp, Colic opralfiS, BrUlSeS; LUt3, JBllf ns, Jla Sorest Tetter, Ring:Worm,Ec-!. ze.Ts.i. etc. Antiseptic Anodyne 'i:,ci internally or externally. 25c LsbAL Notices. " TRUSTEfe'S SALE Whereas, on the eighth (8) day of January, -niriifteco hundred and four teen U914),' H. J. Matens,. a single person, by his certain deed of trust of that date, arid recortiecl in Book seventeen .(17), at "page- pne hundred twenty-three' (123), of th trust recT ords of Cape Girardeau County, Mis souri, conveyed1 to the undereisTied, the following ..descHbed real estate, situated in the City and County bf Cape Girardeau, and State of Mis souri, to-wit: : ' ' A fractional part of lot number twenty-two (22), in range "D" de. scribed as follows: Uegin at northeast corner of said lot twenty-two (22) thence run west parallel with Broad way street, one hundred and eighty (ISO) feet; thence south parallel with Sprigg 6treet, twenty-three (23) feet; thence cast parallel with Broadway street one hundred eighty (180) feet to Sprigg street; thence north along west line of Sprigg street twenty-three (23) feet to the point of beginning. And, whereas,, said conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of a certain note therein described; And, whereas, default has been made in the payment of said note; Now, therefore, I, the undersigned trustee, by virtue of the power and authority oii me by said deed of trust conferred, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and in pursuance of the terms of said deed of trust will, on Friday, the 1st Day of December, 1916, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a ni., and 5 o'clock p. m., on that day, at the east front door of the Court house in the City of Cap Girardeau. Cape Girardeau County, State of Mis souri, offer said property for sale te the highest bidder for cash in hand, for the purpose of satisfying said debt and the cost of this foreclosure. Y. H. Martens, Trustee. SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE IN PARTITION. In the Cape Girardeau Court or Common Pleas, within and for the County of Cape. Girardeau and State of Missouri. ."Wednesday, the 20th dav of September, l'JIC, tne Cth day of the Julv term, 1916 Emma .Kriegcr and William Kriegcr, pi lintiffs," vs. K!da Kriegcr, a minor; Paulina kriegcr, a minor, v alter Hrie ger, a minor, ' Clarence Kvieger, a minor, Freda Kriegcr, a minor, aho Charles A. Muclbach and William Schaefer, defendant?. No. 4797. Decree and order of sale. Ry virtue and authority of a decree for nartition and order of rale mace by the Cape Girardeau Court of Com mon Pleas, in and for Cape Girardeati County, Missouri, on Wednesday, the 20th day of September, l!i6, the sam being the Uh day of July Term, 1916. of said Court, in the above entitled cause, a certified "cony of said decree and order was issued from the office of the Clerk of said Court, dated thi 20th day of Septemb?r. 1 !!?, and de livered to mp, the undersigned Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, md I will, on Thursday, She 30th Day of. Novrmbet-, ' 191, between the hours f '.) o'clock in the forenoon and n o'clock in the after noon of that day, and during the se- sion of the Capo Girardeau Court of Common Pleas, at th east court house door in the city of Cap.- Girardeau Missouri, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the following terms, namely for cash in hand, the follow ing described real estate lying and be ing in the County of Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri, to-wit: All of the south half of lot 41 in range C. of the city of Capo Girardeau, described as follows: Reginning at the S. E. corner of said lot 41 in range C, thence X. along the w est line of El lis street 56 feet to a corner, thence west parallel to Themis street 181.50 feet to an alley, thence south with the west lino of said lot 41 in range C, 5 feet to the S. W. corner of said lot 41 in range C, 1S1J")0 feet to the be ginning corner, said real estate being situate in the city of Cape Girardeau in the county of Cape Girardeau in the State of Missouri. W. A. Summers, Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County, Mo. TRt STEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Whereas, on the 12th day of June, 1915, J. S. Leh'r and TcL"A. Lehr, hus band and wife, of the county of Rut lcr, state of Kansas, by their certain deed of trust duly recorded in Book 12, at page 124, being one of the land records of Cape Girardeau county con veyed to the undersigned trustee the follow intr described real estate, h ing I and being ih tlie county of Cape Girar. deau and state of Missouri, to-wit: jand ft. E. Alexander, the latter an 2.52 acres, the s. c. part of the n. j nounred that the speaking part of the e. U of the s. ';' '4 and 14.19 acres, 'program Would be' called olf. off the south part of the n, vr.. of j the. s. e, ;. efU .and S.Td.acres the.s. )rheir4 of.'.tlic n. . e, .'i of.. tbes and 2.1 acres," 'the it. w. corner w.. cbrher e. of the,. S.;c. U of the a. c- U. and S7.&2 acres, the, north and west part of the s. w. ijt the s. c. M and 14.05 .acres off. the east jart of the 6, ev of .the s. -w. tt all .in sec tion's, in township? 31 riorth,,6f range 11 east. Also 20.S0 acres off the oast isu aiso u.u acres on uie casi of ; the ?n. "and !).90 acres s.' w. cornt.4 of tiie n. e. ' of side tne s. the n. w. H and 37.o0 acreo. the wet Bide of the irrTfi of the n. c. 'i of seion:33",iiiY4oashipJl north. range ii east, descjibtMjsbjr metes and bounds as follow: Begin at a' stone corner oT Sections '28, "29, 32 and in said township .and range; thence n.. S3-degrees A vith line -between sectiefns 28 ":aiiA -'33,- 20.10 Chains; thence s.- J degree 4.. ji.00 chains to the n. w. corner of the .t0 acre tract for a beginning. corner; t thence . s. 1 degree c.-ll.i)0 chains to a corner from which a Wack "oa-13 in. in dia. brs. n. 28 (fegrees west IB chains; hence n. 88-degrees e. "2.12 chain to a corner from which a maple No. 7087 brs. w. 11 links and a dogwood 5 in. in dia. brs. ii. 42'i degrees w. 12 "chains; thence" nl" 'a degree w. 35.90 chains and a -post oak 1- in. brs. n. S9 degrees w. 27 links and a post oak 12 in brs.-s.. 6Jj. degrees w . 33 links; thence n. 89 degrees e. 7.1)0 chains to a corner from which a per simmon 6 in. in dia. brs. n. 8C'j de grees c. 93 links; thence n. 'i degree w. 11.08 chains to a stone corner from which" "a post oak M in. iinlia. brs. s. 2 links; thence s. X! decrees w.-29.50 chains to a corner from which a hickory G in. in dia. brs. n. degrees e. 27 link.-'; thence s. degree, 3.o0 chains to a comer from which a black o:ik 24 in. in dia. brs. n. 65 degrees w. 51 links; thence s. 89 degrees w. ;k20 chains to a stone corner from which a post oak 12 in. in dia. brs. n. 13!2 degrees w. -'.2 links; thence s. S'j degrees w. :jl."". chains with the public road to the n. e. corner of the 9.90 acre tract thence n. 78 degrees w. 10.20 chains tn tin beginning corner, containing in all 142.44 acres. Which said conveyance w as made in tmst to 'secure the payment of a cer tain 'promissory note in sa"rd deed of trust described; and whereas, default has beeh "made in the payment of said note; '" " Now, therefore, 1, the undersiunrd trustee, at the request of the' legal holder of said note, and bv virtue of J the authority in' me vested b said leed of trust, will, on Tuesday, December 19, 191 (J. Between the hours of ! oVloeR-fn the fbfenoon' and 5 o'clock in " the after noon bf "said 'dav, at the soafli" door -v. . of the court house in the city of Jackson. "Cape Girardeau county, Mis souri, proceed to sell the above in scribed real estate at public vendue to the highest and bet bidder for cash, for the purpose of sitisfyir-.g said debt and the cost of executing this trust. Wash Miller. Tru-tee. DEMOCRATIC RALLY CALLEDOFF; COLD After more than" a score of bomb la.st night announced the opening f the Wihson-Gardncr victory relebra tion in the Cape and more than 2n men, women and boys marched in a i aid-fashioned torchlight parade, the Democratic post-election ' rally v.a- both frozen and locked out at tin- Courthouse, The pyrotechnics, the , glittering lights of the -parade,, emphasized by the din of almost innumerable sheep bells, one of which was earned and rung by each torch-bearer," gathered together a crowd that would have fill ed the courtroom to overflow ing, had it been open and prepared with an in viting fire in the' large jlnim-lv-ad stove. When the crowd reached the Court house at the end of their parade all over town and through jlaarig. tie door whs found Kicked. - Congressman Joseph J. Russell, v.-; was re-efocted in this district , was ei hand in the corridor to deliver an ad dress. He waited for several Vnfhules - ' i and departed. The janitor had failed to make necessary provision., for the rally and he could pot be found. Eventually, one of the paradeYs. who was of an investigative turn of min i, discovered the key "to the courtroom under the stair . carpet in its .eci e Hiding place. Tjic 'floors w ere op m d and the "crowd, sfilFcnougji' to III' the room and leave a few standing, surjred in and then awaited their speaker. Congressman'.Rus'sell, who fias been in a weakened condition after his cam paign and illness that preceded' it, wa -unable to return to the hall, so. after a consultation beiween Ren. Yinyard There were cries for a speech rrom Alexander and likewise Charley. Lew is. but .b -..-th ..declinee ,t . invitation -and 111' i"uey i-i-." - -