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THE DAILY TRIBUNE. CAPE GIRARDEAU, IvIISSOUBt TUESDAY ttOilNTCG. DECElfBES. IS, 1517.
ft RIVALS EXPLOITS ! parted for years, Cocotone Skin Soap A 25c Cake Free nr .rr ,..nM REUNITED BY WAR To Our Xmas Savers If you will be good enough to come to the bank on Saturday, December 8, with your Christmas savings card we will be glad to de liver your Christmas check. We congratulate you sincerely on the nice sav ing you have accumulated during the year. Cape Girardeau's Big Bank for Savings, the FIRST NATIONAL Linked With the Government Ur J&5t jpt5 Career of Walter Blevins More Sensational Than Any Dime Novel Hero. IN LAW'S CLUTCHES i CITY NEWS IN BRIEF j I i Sen to the St. Franc-Is liispital l CAPE HAS CHANCE TO LAND i LARGE CLOTHING PLANT IU.rns h:.s been bedridden for sove-J (Continued frcm page 1.) week?. It is hoped that the treat-; mcnl Killing of a Holdup Victim in Montana Brings to Close Remarkable Rec ord of Daring Criminal Experiences. Knoxville, Tenn. Rivaling the ex ploits of Jesso James were the thrilling experiences and adventures of Wal ter Blevins, alias Walter Curtis, alias i Walter Dean, who recently was taken irora mis euy to Anaconda, Moat., to be placed on trial at Anaconda charged with murder and highway robbery. Blevins belonged to the famous Harvey Logan clan. Investigation by secret service men. post office inspectors and other fed eral officers at Knoxville has dis closed deeds and crimes ultrihmod t Blevius which are unparalleled iu the most popular '"Diamond Dick" uud "Nick Carter" stories. Many Desperate Deeds. Cold unlets were stolen in Alaska by Pleviii-. ami on this charge and j jaii-liivak'iitf ju Juneau. Ai.isk.t, lie j was d to the federal p. iiiten- I tiary at Fort Leaven oi-iti liv the ter- Brothers Separated When T in the Balkans BrouglU Vu gether In Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, Pa. The great world war which has separated thousands from their families brought together here recently two brothers who were separated while tots in the Balkans 25 years ago. Today the elder of the brothers Is Capt. David Albala, a member of the Serbian commission to the United States. The other is Joseph Kauf mann of Pittsburgh. Both men were born in Rocmania and their family name Is Covo. Their at the Hospital will relieve he;-jt:' iliOIH 0:1 i sary umber of women for the Weal lur fi.rca.-t: 'Fair today, rising! of her ailment. n I'pei.iti.rc i -AIart'n Roth, Jr., who was stricken , factory, the business men of Ilimo, suddenly witu appendicitis taturcia;. . ;Fornfe!ty jatk:-cn &yl ether towns evening underwent a successful open-! , ... , , . , Mi.-. Herman Roloff un le-rwent an . p. ration at the St cst-io..y mo:nmg. it was i.ie inn..i t!:iy m,nim..-. The boy, 'who v itliin the la.-t six months. She was jcars old, feit the first effects of tlvj ; r. puted to have .-tood the o'deal wed. ' Painful attack Saturday night and up Jainrs Davis and Harvey Harper, j on advise of the attendin physician wa3 two young men who we:e drafted in- j immediately removed to St. Francis to the national army three months ago, Hospital for the operation, hae been discharged because of phy&i- j 1 cal disability Davis .suffered an in-; ROCK LEVEE WILL .'ury to his right thumb aome time lv ! HE CUT MONDAY j offered the clothing company a loca- f ri the draft took p'are. and has been : (Continued from page one.) jt ion for the branch factory. Mr. i:eal. ie to use his thumb. Ha per, was Francis Hospital . , , u . . . . . , . ; nearby will send the missing number iliwn tt.u'i; pi, a. lUUU II J Ltl it I ' It was the third ...... T',a l.nv is ti to lms c;l- The Marx-LIa-s Clothing c-mipany manufactures .ve-.rng ap :wcl 1 1 kinds such :is corduroy suits, khak, winter suits, and also summer .suits, all of a moderately priced clothing. A number of towns in Missouri have c.i.scliar't vi on account oi a defect o! the heart. Hie had been pronounce ! .-.-und by the physicians of the regis tration board. Have yov.v Sewing Maciiine Repair-; cd while tUi.s ercnt expert is slid her", i He is located at Taylor. Masterson and i properly owners living in the town-' ''slcin has vi.itcd Sedaiia, llanni- , i l,ip affected by tie cutting of tho:l:" .'loiioriy, Loiumuia, .Mexico, and j 1Y;.-, wet!d come -to the re-scuo by j left yesterday afternoon for Poplar ; assessing themselves according to the ' Bluff whrere he will meet the business i value of thfi- property, then the mat-; rPlireM.nratIVOS! this evpnm i te-- eonld hp r;! ii:t.'l ! oi us central location in soumea.-t not furnish the ncces-' riiorial court in .Mask He was released from Leavenworth prison on October 1".. l'JIG. He then went .y Chattanooga and worked for two or three weeks as a structural steel worker. For two months he remained in up per Lis Tennessee. During that time i he post mlier at Johnson City was entered, the vault therein, as well as the large safe inside the vault, were blown open with nitroglycerin and nearly $10,000 worth of postage stumps and several hundred dollars in money stolen. In the latter part of February, 1JH7. Blevins left East Tennessee and re turned to Montana, where he had lived for several years before going to the peiititenliary. While in Montana he was arrested by state authorities Because I..-on I 'ciidV Hai Co., 118 Broj lakes them better than j If such an aereement could rot b? ' inched, then a bond, issue would be PIi:4SOUri and its accessibility by either !lhc only solution of the problem. This, rail or water, it is believed the Cape new. Don't miss this chance. Photic matter has been viewed from all an- will be given preference to the other 2. ' Have you tried this famous soap for the skin, if not send the coupon be low in at once and try this wonderful soap. It will cleanse the skin and give it the delicate color and freshness so nr.-ch desired by everyone.. Cocotone Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Dear Sirs: Your Cocotone Skin Soap is perfectly delightful, it makes the skin soft and velvety, re moves oily appearance and gives wonderful results in improving the complexion. K r.dly send me six cakes by rtturn mail for the' $1.50 money order enclo.-ed. Yours truly, Miss Jos. M. Johns. CUT THIS OUT COCOTONE CO, ATLANTA, GA. I have never used Cocotone Skin Soap but if you will send me a 23 cent cake free, will be pleas ed to try it. I enclose six two cent SiPmps to cover cost of mail ing, packing, etc. Name . . Address Agents Wanted. DANDRUFF QUICKLY WOMAN DIES AFTER OPERATION ri-in no .v. John De peer. Chief i k1ca' lut so,alion 'vas. offerl b-; I cities, if the business men can make an cxp -rt. t nea St. Louis. !a"yo?c 1:'r d,rfercncf onion f i arcetablo offer to the clotV.inr com- the aUorneys representing the county and the drainage company has added F"an to the entanglement :r. this matter. While the attorneys for the county contend that the drainage district .i- Hospital where lie underwent medi- ",U-,L UUJ,U "lt: & ea treai ment for several weeks. t,"":a 1Icc Uhc expenditures from the Mrs. Krnc.-l Go.hring is visiting hvlW0y ovvntl,s ,ivin- in th tcwn" .I. i ..:.i Mr :in.l Mi: Ie Vnim- 11 ."'i'' 4'1"- -J 11.,: uniei jmmu ...... .... City c ounselor Knehuns spent the day in Benton on icgal matters. Oi l Freeze, the we!! know n .sal-..n-keej r. "s abl to b around again loliovviiig his discliarg from St. Fran-1 . rent.- II.'Mvilie, I'l: ! maintain t!:at thi; law loes not con- Mrs. K. ('. Meadows of E,sex, w,i?;tai5 an' sUch l'ision siiiJCuenfl iiur? inline: tcrTi - - . i I The industries committee of the Commercial Club is expected to make its report to the Commercial Club tonight and ask that the report be approved by the entire club. The meeting tonight has been called for the purpose of opening the ballot boxes and announcing the results of the election held last Friday night, j Because of the inclement weather this meeting was postponed last Friday w:;s i.-oii'-nt to trie Cape a week ago? underwent aa operation at the St.; Fri'uis Hospital ycsterdi.y morning, j Will Newton, a drag line workcv1", j -a..s brought to the Cape from near j Delta ves-tcrday afternoon and taken j to S. Fn.ncis Hospital. j County Coilectoi J. Frank Ca'dwe!! j wi'l be in the city Tuc::da , Wcdnc:- j day and 'i'hn sday to toilect the coun-j t' taxes. He will he ?"-l:ii te recei.ei lax.iavers in tin- office of i hi h a preccrlptioa prepcred eipedalfj ; tor .MALARIA orCHiLLS A. FEVER. i ef c..-rg. ..'!. , Five or x dosea will break any case, and i to call mc 'skinnv' but now mv nar.;..! Irs. II. . Burns, wil'- of the p if taken then as a toaic the Fever will net ,.i,.,.,.i at... ...... No. 63S j night to Tuesday evening. How Thin People Obtain A Plump Strong Robust Body "Before I took tonoline people tk.:l Mi !. , tor of ! !. Amiamsi H ti I was t;k-, return, it octi oa the liver bcUer than ' f slooiel and cocs net tfripc or sicken. 25 Have gained 13 pounds and am ga 'n jing yet. I look like a new man," i! llclared F. P. Smith, Pitt-burg, P t , who had just finished fne toniiuo c 5AVE TIME FOR PLEASURE T 00 busy to rest? take a treatment. i Wouid you, too, like to quickly put from It) to "0 pounds of good, solid siay-t.nere '. jicsli, tat and muscular tissue "between your skin and bones? Don't say it can't be done. Trv it j Let us send you free a 50c packag-' ;of tonoline and prove what it can dr for you. Every druggist, is dispensing a I great deal of tonoline. t W .1 m.. .... . lorc tnnn a Half million lh;n ard wninnn l-rn-n c! Lcl the telephone light en some of your burdens. Utilize the long distance and toll line service. The time saved will give you an opporiunity for rest and recreation. Get the results the quickest way aud wite the least - possible effort. Conserv e time and energy. e n j test and that tonoline does succeed, jdoes make thin folks' fat even whi te ! all eisa has failed, is best proved by j the tremendous business We hav done. No drastic diet, flesh creams, i massage, oils or emulsions, but a 'simple, harmless home treatment. Cut out the coupon and send for t::i -j Free package today, j Take Tonoline with your meals ao j watch it work. This test w ill tell tho j story. ! Cape Girardeau Bell Telephone Co. 50c BOX FREE FREE TONOLINE COUPON This coupon with 10c in silver to help pay postage, packing, "tc... and to show good faith entitles holder to one 50c package of Tonoline free. Address the American Proprietory Co., Bos ton, Mass. Blevins Shot Him. upon a minor charge and was given six months in jail. While in jail at Malta, Mont., he made bis escape, in connection with two men, who it Is claimed were Western highwaymen. Shortly after his escape from jail in company with these men and an other pMrty, went to Anaconda, and while at Anaconda Ibis quartette aeld up ten or fifteen automobiles on a highway about three miles from Anaeonda. Because one of the parties, a promi nent business man, failed to hold up his hands as quickly as Ulevins or dered, k is claimed IUevins shot him, and also shot a woman who did not respond immediately to his command. The man lived n few weeks and died. Ulevins made his escape nad w as af terward!" recaptured at Miuot, N. !., and returned to Mi.lta, Mont., on the old charge for which he was serving o sentence when he escaped. It was claimed part of the stolen goods and jewelry was found upon him. Confesses to Robbery. Blevins confesse d to the robbery of the Johnson City post oltice at Malta, Mmt., and before the Montana state authorities suspected that he was con nected with the Anaconda robbery be was brought to Teuuessee for trial for the Johnson City robbery of the $H, 000 in postage stamps and several huu dred dollars in money. lie was tried on that charge at the session of the United States district court in September, at Greencville, Tenn., when be repudiated his alleged confession, claiming It w"hs forced from him by the sheriff in Moutanu. and, the federal government being uu able to rebut his claim at that time, he was acquitted by the jury.'there being no other evidence of his robbing the Johnson City post office except his reputed confession. Sheriff J. R. Crabb and Deputy Sher iff Percy Ingalls of Montana took Blev ius back to Montana with a 20-pound Were Brought Together. mother died while the lads were very young, leaving one to be adopted by a neighbor named Kaufmann and the other child to be taken to Serbia to live with an uncle named Albala. Thus the brothers received different names. As the boys grew older they corre sponded, but never met. At the age of Jifteen Kaufmann came to America and while he was working his way up in the business world his brother be came a noted physician, distinguishing J himself in the Ralkan war and gaining! prominence in Belgrade. With the out break of the present hostilities he ;t in"d fresh laurels and was selected o serve ou a commission to America. When Capta'n Albala reached Amer ica his fust thoughts were of his 'no: her. Ue sought the aid of the i'ittsburgh police iu the search aud Kaufmann was located. After an ii'r.e. .s of a few dayj. Mrs. j Planch Seabaugit, wite oftlie grocer on North Main .street died at St lYnnrnis STOPPED ; Hotfpital eaTly y',:i,Iav -"iig follow ing an operai.oi! tor an internal dis order. She had been ill only a hort time, and the operation wa- believed ito have been successful. A ' ;lniiht 1 here is only one hair preparation - . , - , , , . . , . . .... , . ; Sauo:iy si;e elapsed m4o u r ci,u- hat will kill the germs and that is . ,- t, - .. . nesj aim expired two hours ku r. Mildredma Hair Remedv. This un- , - .A, . , , : Tr.e funeral was held veterday -sual natr restore r with its record of ; . ' , aaei no-.ii at i.orimcr cer.u .' . . . ,- w ere s;ud at the house I The e is only one way to cure ckn ruff and that is to kill the germs i i .. -,. . nousanas or cures win grow hair or my head where there is any life left; " it cures dandruff, stops falling N.r. , P. Sv-iuggs. following v.liVa ino. itching of the scalp in three- j . J the for Mrs. Seabaugh was 2: years o!d. She was Miss Blanch Gonr, of Neely's Landing. The couple were married about six months ago. OH MY STOMACH MISDEMEANOR IN WIGWAM OF N0K0MIS Pueblo. Colo. Lo! th Indian has the distinct i n ; blazing the trail in one iu-.-iv v; rectinn forging a thumb r, ret signature. Kick-Unc-Big-Hole-ia-the - Sky, sometimes using the Euglish name of Lang, a Ute Indian, is under indictment here and will be tried before a United States district court charged with forging the thumbprint of a for mer redskin companion, one Wicked Snake, to a government pay check. Three-Broken-Ribs and Blg-Little-Hat. also Utes. known as Jones and Clark, were indicted at the same time for burglary in Montezuma county. vecks or your money back. It is the most pleasant and ir.vig -rating tonic, is not sticky or greasy ind is used extensively by ladies of efinement who desire to have ana to ceep their hair scft, lustrous and lux uriant. Your druggist is selling Mildredhn lair Remedy on a positive guarantee o remove dandruff or money reftnd-1 lia' stomach trouble so badly d at 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Out of J that nothing 1 ate would digest as it own customers suopiied by mad. -shouiel." Sadie- E. Hamilton, Port- iland. Me., as .-he began a remarkable j.-tory of th" relief she bus secured jfrom Argo-Pro.phate, the nev recon- Notice is hereby given that " iter; Ftruciiv . stomach tonic and aystcm f administration upon the cs'...te of . j-urifieT. -emuel C Di!!ma,i. deceased, have, "Kverythitg that I tte - orld lie in been grarted to the u'-idersinnwl. by ' ny stom ii ): like a lunip,' .-he exj.Iain the Cape Girardeau Couit cf Conuno'i cd. "tla.i would form and I wouid Pleas of Cape (iirardeau county, Mis-1 suffer eii.-tre. s aii the time. 1 got ;o souri, W iring date of the 28th day of 1 1 could laidiy keep anything down. ADMIXSTKATOR'S NO'IIC F. Novemboi-, 1917. All persons having claims agains t said estate are required to exhibit them to me, the undersigned adminis- Trying i.i get relief, I had my stom ach pumped out, but even this did not help mo as I continued just as bad. "I keot hearing so much about Ar- rator, for allowance within six j go-Phosphate that I thought maybe '.onths from the date of said letters it might help me and I decided to try r they nay be precluded from any Jit. I have taken two bottles and to enefit oi such estate; and if said! my surprise 1 am already feeling fine, bairns be not exhibited within one ! I can eat r.nvthinar and I am not trou- TWINS EATEN BY ALLIGATOR Swallows Boy and Girl, and Bodies Were Later Found In Ani mal's Stomach, t An alligator swallowed twin babies, a boy and girl, while the mother washed clothes on the banks of a river near Belize. British Honduras. The mother had left her babies In a brisket near where she was washing, and failed to notice an alligator that tolf up on the bank and suddenlj gulped down the twins. The woman notltie'd her husband, who was wort lng in a nearby field, and he led a band of men i. the spot. The alligator was captured before It succeeded in getting back into the wa ter. When Its stomach was cut open the dead bodies of the twins were found, almost unmarked. BLAME GYPSIES FOR JAZZ Music and Dance Originated With Romany Tribe In .Southern Part of Europe. Akron, O. Most folks thought the jazz bands and the jazz music came from somewhere around New Orleans and that New York finished the job by introducing the jazz dance. But Dr. Oscar Junek, educator of this city, jsays the music and dance come front the Isigane1 Gypsies, who roam thi southern part of Europe. ' Doctor Jonek was born in Silesia, Austria, and says he often saw the nmvt.- stAn tsi tin Oia Iot. lfn.a boot on his foot wjikh bas a combina-l e (hiflks d ing tion lock which takes about three min-, mnsitt1. mnsr hav- ,itoH tliaf utes to open, and strong handcuffs. year from the date of the granting of etters on said estate they shall be forever barred. A. J. DILLMAN Administrator. of Cape State of Missouri. County Girardeau ss: I hereby certify that I, A. J. Ddhuan .nan, was granted letters of adminis tration upon the estate of Lemuel G. j Tillman, deceased on the date above I a local druggist written. In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed the -eal of said Court, this 2Sth day of N'ovember, 1917. (tte.-Uj HEX VLNYARD. I Clerk. C ine Girardeau Court of Com mon Pleas. bled at all. "I am completely rid of my old stom ach trou i lo that I had for three years. I have tnt felt so well for years and I am certainly glad to endorse Argo Phosphate because I want others to be helpe.l by this wonderful medicine." The spirit of w anting to help others is what makes suffering men and women g;ve these splendid public en dorsements of Argo-Phosphate," said XOTICK TO REMOVE SNOW FR-JM SIDEWALKS. KIDNEY DISEASE IS FATAL Kidneco Is a Wonderful Protection When disease geis into the kidneys it is jutt as certain to take a nersoti .... . , . ... "ff as leprosy, unless it 13 checked Not.'co is ereby giver that ;m;.e-;. f . . , , . . . i before it goes too far. h people just J-ai ?t.-;,s ev il be tv; to enforce i knc,v ihc danger "that lurked in dis- -u npiia-..-.' .ith that pxrL of Section case;i of lhe6C j,iicale cr?ans thcv 138, Oi-dinance No. 117), pe ruining to !wou(1 a3 caxcfui them as Ihcy ho reu val of snow fn u sidewalks, I are of (heir eyCj5 peope w, ( bava which is as follows : I sound kidneys should know bv to "No person being the ujKr or oc cupier of any lot or Ia-;i within this city shall permit or : !i snov to remain upon any sidev.a'; in front thereof Lo a greater ueoih ;h:.n cne inch, ten hours after 'he same has fallen. Every person violating any provi sion of th-s section of lh;s ordinance shall be guilty of a misd .'meanor, and upon conviction be fined not less than one dollar nor more than fi.'Iy dollajs.' Issued by order of Mayor V;J1 Hirsch, ihis lltli day of December, 1917. R W. Friasel!. City Cieik. (protect and take care of the:; . Kid neco is a sure remedy for treating kidney diseases because it r; movs the poisons that collect in the blood 'hrougii the inactive kidneys. Just go to any drug store and set ibout a dozen Kidneco Tablets. They - inexpensive and will relieve your kidney trouble quickly. Ma itd by the Kidneco Co., Boston, Mas. Ma or Chills &Fc,n Pretcriptioo No. CSS it preparedetpecially for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. Five or mx dotes will break any cue, and If taken then aa tonic the Fever will not return. It acta on the liver better thaq Calomel tad doea not rip or skkeo. 2S MILK IN WINTER. Why do your caws give less milk in winter than they do in summer? Just because nature doeo not supply 'hem with grasses and green food. l?ui we. have soma to the assistance of Dame Nature with D. A. Tnomas' Stock Remedy which contains the rery ingiedients that the green feed upplies m iieason, only of course, in a more highly concentrated form. Wc ruarantee that this remedy will mako cur cows give more milk and better miik with the same feed. F. F, Hraun & Pros.