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The weekly tribune and the Cape County herald. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1914-1918, November 17, 1916, Image 7

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Oar present prices cannot last much longer, every time we buy new goods there is a noticeable increase in price over our last purchase of the same goods. We are endeavoring to.
keep the prices stationary but in spite of our efforts the increase is inevitable. Every train brings us new geeds and at present we can save you from 50c to $1.00 on every purchase. A
saying of that kind would be unusual even when conditions are normal, but at this time it is marvelous and cannot last. We have everything in the shoe line that you can possibly think
of and are anxious to show them to you at any time. We fill mail orders promptly.
The Main Street Sample Shoe Store
122 Main Street
Across the Street From Osterioh's Book Store
Hridpcport, Conn., Nov. 1(5. To in
jure perfect happiness, .say.-: the I lev.
Frank K. Kidoout, pastor of the Sec
ond Uuplist Church here, married cou
ple: should obey ten matrimonial com
mandments for hu.-"bands and the same
number for wives. These command
iik jit.H are:
Fur Husband. 1
1. Thou -halt not think that thy
self arc "It."
2. Thou shalt nt praise thy neigh
b'u '.; ife; praisf thine own.
" Thou shalt not be stingy with
thy wife.
1. Thoil shalt not share the love for
tl;y wife with the poker game. .She
doscrvcth it alL
a. - Thou shalt not keep any secrets
from tln'n wife. Secrets breed suspi- j f. Thou shalt not nag thy wedded
cion and 'wreck confidence. j husband. Hit him wii.h an axe. It is
6. Thou shalt not refuse to talk ! more kind.
with thy wife after the day's work is j 6. Thou shalt not fail to dress u?
done. " ! for thy husband as thou didst before
7. Thou' shall not fail to provide j marriage.
life insurance for thy family. j .7. Thou shalt not try to fight thy
8. Thou shalt not" expect thy hus-1 husband. Crying will fetch him sooner,
when the meat burns. Blow up a pow- I S. Thou shal not expect thy hin
der mill instead. jban(i t,) apologize even when ho i.;
. ti i- u' -i . i- ii ! wrong. Let it pas?.
1. Thou shalt not'fad to kiss thy 1
. , : ! !l. Thou shalt not hesitate to a. -
wife good-bve every morning. ;
" - sure thv husband that he is the grr:;-
10. Thou shalt not forget through jcst man aive am that th(iu dost
all the years of thy life that thy wife, I mire him more than Koosevelt or
j whom God has given thee as thy com- Hughes.
panion, is thy superior. lQ Thu ;;ha,t not r..mim, tiy
For Vivcs. Ibund what a great sacrifice thou dhLi.
1. Thou shr.lt not be a spendthrift. ! make to lvuirry him.
I Do not squander thy husband's money. .
2. Thou shalt not talk shop when-1. ".jr3c
thy husband returns at night.
3. Thou shalt not fail to have hi.s j
meals on time. . j
4. Thou shalt. not quiz thy wedded ;
thee all.
Be adroit and he will tell
J IVv'i.NTOr.S: If veil w.itit to know. In
J ;. fe wvrti;, ttio co.t. tlie best way to
i ; r wfii. rn 1 Mini" v.Uii.Mo suggestions
J in T:ti iji.Ii ini. wriletn:
' rT;AN: A. KANE. Ptitent Attorney.
l-om Tm .t Bide. Wahinton, D. C
Dec 2 Dec 9
Electricity, operating in many ways, has created conifort-factcis that ha e cai riccl
the world out of the Darkness of Drudgery into the l ight of Convenience.
It haSiiriore than any other agency, enhanced the comfort, health and happiness
of mankind.
The same current, carried by simple little wires, serves us with light, heat or
power, It carries our burdens; it transports us from place to place. It lights our
homes, stores and streets, and thus protects us against the terrors that thrive in dark
ness. Electricity does our sewing, cooking, washing and ironing. It cleans the home,
and keeps it free from dirt and germs. It supplies warmth in winter and cool ccmfoit
in summer.
It links together the peoples of the world by the wireless, the cable, the telegraph
and telephone, making one huge family of us all.
Electricity enters into the manufacture of practically all cur necessities, making
them cheaper and better than would be possible by any other means.
Electricity finds no duty too Heavy, nor any task too delicate. With wcr.de rful
adaptability, always under control, it is powerful enough to drive ponderous machinery,
gentle enough to operate an electric fan, or to warm the baby's bottle.
Whatever Electricity does, it does safely silently-cleanly-speedily- thoroughly.
Electricity is always at hand. It obeys instantly. It never blecu-i tir tires
never refuses.
A twitch of a switch, or a touch of a button, is all the effort required tocommand
this willing servant this modern genie to do your work.
if you will, what would happen if Electricity were suddenly eliminated.
The wheels of commerce would be halted. Transportation would ctase. We
would be in darkness.
Without telegraph, cable or wireless, we would be cut off from the outside world.
Without the telephone, we would again be deaf and dumb to all absent ones. Progress
and Prosperity would suddenly be checked.
With all of its wonderful advantages. Kleetricity, and the appliances through which it operate.-,
' ' are not luxuries.
The -oct of the appliances, and of the current to operate them, is low. And what time and lal or
- they save; wlntt convenience and onifort they hring!
of the service Electricity is rendering, the electricity industry, and other Kreat industries co-upcratinK
-with it, decided to dedicate the week of December 2 to 9, 1916, to a national celebration to be known
Join the nation in this celebration of electrical progress. -
iKn DiniijH (Sts
Dec 2
- - . N
Dec. 9
( I 'l'i-il convened in adjourned t;ps-
:), M.r.or F. A. Kajjc prc.idinj, and
r.ii r.x-i fibers present except .Mr. ioj
.iV'. i ::i:d ?.ir. h'cgi'itves.
.Mayor Kujre announced that the ad-.io;-i?d
ion was being held for the
P-.:rp".i-c f c.isidn"inic the plans and
f-peei'ifMou.; . ubniitted iy Mukopf &
Iris'n t'o., landscape engineers, for the
ii.iurovtni'-r.t of the City Park; also
the d':ivinps sbuniittcd by tb.e Mis
souri Public Utilities Co., showing
plans coiileuiplated for the cor.struc
tioii of water intake, and any etin-r
b:t: Iness t hat .nihi be brought before
the counc il.
On motion of .Mr. lU.-iek, a detailed
! explanation of the plans and specifi
cations was piven by Mr. Muskopf. Ou
'motion of .Mr. Fo-.vIt. serondel by Mr.
j Brunke, the plans as offered w -re ac
cepted, and warrant oi'dered issurd in
favor of Muskoof : Irish Co.. fr tiic
.u;i:i of beiii the contract price
of -lO per acre for said work.
I Communications from '1'. .M. Hra!
Jhury, secretary of the Missouri Public
j Service Commission, a;ul letter and
j drawi.i'rs from I. H. Kelso, atiorney
for Mirrouri Public I'tilitie? ('".. all
i pertainint to the intake of -A.-.ter for
! '! of '!. City "f C;u;e Cir. rdeau.
I n ere !ires':.iled av.d (!i motion of Mr.
i Fowler, recomied by Mr. Kaesr . were
J referred t the Water and I.ij'hl C'in
J mittee for report ::l lh" next fibular
j On motion of M'-. Fowler, linal pas
!sa:re ,f Ordinance No. 1 1 IS, providing
j for the establishment of a lire ilrjuirt
: ment, p.ihI the appointment of a lire
! chief and other otlicers of the depart
j ment, pre.-cribin their !uti--.-.. etc.,
was reconsidered by the council.
Roll was called on the nuestion of
lina! passage of said ordinance, the
: vote resulting a.; follows:
Ayes: Medley.
; Nays: Anngavdt, lllack, Pruuke.
i Fowler. Kaoss.
I Final passage of the ordinance was
jthrrctipou declaril defeated, by the
: Mayor.
On motion, the ordinance wa- read
i and corrected by sections:
i On motion of .Mr. Arngardt, sec
' oixled by Mr. Medley, section of said
' ordinance, and a'l other sections re
ferring to th age qualifications were J
changed, so that the only requirement
would be that the applicant must be
I not less than 21 years of age.
All of section 4, except the part
I naming the monthly salaries to be
paid, was stricken out.
On motion of Mr. Armirardt s"ond-
! cdby Mr. Kacps the number of firc
! men specified in section 1, was 'changed
! to rend: "Four or move." instead of
j"Four" as originally provided in said
j ordinance.
! On motion of Mr. Medley, the or
dinance was made to become effective
and in force from and after Dec. 1,
! Mr. Kaess moved the linal passage
of the ordinance. Poll was called on
said motion, the vote resulting as fol
! lows:
! Ayes: Armgardt. I'lack, P.runko,
i Fowler, Kaess and .Medley,
i Nays: None.
j The Mayor thereupon declared said
! ordinance duly passed and adopted.
Said ordinance is numbered 111&.
The matter of considering applica
tions for the positions of firemen, as
advertised, was deferred on account
of changes made in the ordinance au
thorizing the appointments since the
applications were received, and the
j Clerk was instructed to advertise for
I applications t6 be considered by the
i council at the next regular meeting,
I x ort 1 ni c ' :
On motion of Mr. Fowler the hear-
'jing of Mr. Talley on the charge set)
out in the petition, to be on Wednes
day night, 7:e0 o'clock, Nov. 22, PUG,
and the Clerk instructed to furnish the
defendant with copy of the complaint
within the time prescribed by the or
dinance. Report of committee appointed by
the Mayor to inspect the consignment
of lure recently received fro;vi the
Diamond Hose Co., stating that the
hose met v.'ith all the requirements r
the contract and recommending that
payment bo made for same, as p r
agreement, was approved by the coun
cil. The following resolution was sub
mitted: Whereas, it appearing to the coun
cil that the duties of the .street sweep
ers have increased materially by rea
son of the added improved streets re
quiring attention; and
Whereas, it appearing that the re
muneration is inadequate for the repr
ice rendered;
Therefore, be it resolved, thai from
Hud after Dec. 1. llMfi, the compensa
tion of street sweepers be raised from
Sl.::5 to $l.r0 per day.
Cape Oirardeau, Mo., Nov. pi, Plb
(Signed) Charles Kaess.
On motion of .Mr. Armgardt. second
ed by Mr. Fowler, the resolution was
On motion of Mr. Armen"dt, the
street commissioner is instructed to
make the necessary sewer repair on
the premises of Mrs. Prueninc, be
tween Frederick and Sprigg streets,
near the Maurer Carriage factory.
On. nvif en, the meeting ad journed.
(Approved) F. A. Kage,
Attest : ' Mayor.
R. W. Fris.sell. Clerk.
Wealthy Farmer Left Estate of
Farm Lands to Widow and
Tbre Children.
Cioorge '. Pcarmon of Penton, ScoU
County Ch rk, ysicrday afternoon and
last night v.as in the Cape to attend
the convention of Missouri county
clerks which is in session in the Cane.
Py the terms of his -w ill whrh was
tiled yesterday ir. Coivraon Picas Courl.
thr late August Ebvrt, who died re
cently in the Cape, lett h;s entire es
tate, which a;; ounts to several thou
sands of dollars worth of property, to
his wife, and on her death., he stipu
lates that it shall be divided among
their children.
Mrs. M.ny Kb.nt. v.uv of the late
August Ebert, yesterday was named
admiru.tratrix for the estate, which
includes not only residence property
in the Cape, but several pieces of farm
land west of the city as well.
On the death of their mother, a son
William Kbrt and a daughter Marie
K'ncrt are to receive all of the estate,
with the provision, however, that they
are to turn over certain sums in money
to aret'nr daughter, -Mrs. Rosa
Out of a pi- ce of iard which Ebert
acquired in ISM from Charles Platt
nir, Mrs. Schneider is to realize ?100.
The son William Ebert is to e;et real
estate whi h his father aciuirid from
William Cross in l7."i. from Adeline
R. Whitelaw in ISM) and from Charles
Plattner in lb'.)7, with the proviso made
th.-'t ?1 :0') more.;oe- to .M'!. Schaci
der. Following the wife's death, the
daughter, Marie. Ebert. is to receive
the residence pioperty on West End
boulevard in the Cape a; well as all
the home furnishings.
Mr. Ebert made his will Feb. 27.
P'll'. and it was witnessed by Robert
Vegelsang and C. P. Docller.
j Mm mm
SiniHaz? Why. who wouULi'r .mi
j If they urt-ned a fortune of StfP.Oonoc .
1 and esic rially if they were tnefc !:
knickers and had their whoI Tife t
for- iheai.
! l nis is inoiiia i.. Mu-viin. son
the late Thomas L. Shevlin. millional-"
yachtsmiin. financier and one of t .'
j erealot arldetes ever turned out il
I Yale, find his sirer. Elizabetli.
Master Shevlin is n native of Minne
apolis hut jur at jiresent he hav-'
Ing the lime of his life at Ho Springs,
Vji., wliere thi picture was taken. The
fncf that youiur Tom has about
IKKt.Ono or so more than the average
youngster doesn't innke him any differ
ent than any regular fellow. The for
tune was- left him by his father. i
Special Saleof Trimmed Hats Saturday Only
AH Day Saturday Every Trimmed Hat in the House Will be on Sale at
One-Half Regular Price
Everyone knows hat our hats arc the quality hats of the city and that a sale
like this one is unusual.
Come in early and get the choice of the stock. During this Sale Hafs will not
be sent out on approval, nor will wc exchange hats.
This is strictly a cash sale.
Fine Milliner
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