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'if; Ve THE WEKltf iliifcuNE AND tAPt COuKf HERALD, FRIDAY MORXING, JULY 16, 1918. t, t' if' : w P p ft THE DAILY TRIBUNE Published Every Morning, Except Monday JAMES P. WHITESIDE, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $4.00 Six Months ....... 2.00 Three Months 1.00 One Year (in Advance) $1.00. Published on Friday Entered at the Post Office at Second Class MAJ. HOUCK FOR REPRESENTATIVE In the selection of Major G.boney Houck as its candidate for the State Legislature, the Democratic paity did well. We do not believe a better choice could have been mad?. lie has all the qualities that go to make an excellent representative and he should be elected over his Republican op ponent, G. F. Seimers. As a county criicial Mr. -Seimers has a commendable record, but he is nol qualified, to scr'c effickr.tly in.ii2 legislative halls. lie is not a speaker, v.r.ich is essential to success, and he could not expect to cope with the de baters who arc lbs h auers in the State Assembly. Major Hcuek is thoroughly educated, a clever speaker and with a mind keen enough to match the ablest representatives. The Legislature will be controlled by Democrats, as it a' ways is, and therefore Major Houck would ,:.e an advantage over Mr. Seimeis. A Republican in the Missouri Legis lature is nothing more iha'ii a chair wis rmer, even though he possesses the qualities of leadership, which, Mr. Seimcrs lacks. Cape Girardeau need- a representative who can get results for the coun ty. Fion tiy standpoint of sary, the of.iee is not important, but if meas ured by the county's needs, it is most important. Y.e know nothing to the discred': ef Seimers as an official, but we shall oppose him in the coming campai.rn because he is utterly without qualifi cation for the ofiire. The duties ef representative would be strange work for Mr. Seimers, whe-c vr.ob life has b:en spent as a clerk. He would be utterly hc-inV; to cha.vipion an impattant measure and would not know w'y.n to spck if he kn' w what Ik--should sav. Ike voters cf this county should make a comparison of the two candi- e u!'s ' a..'y. nc iS P'"-f"'i: ard Houck becau-e lie can: e lie cannot. cur am! w:,i represent us, and against Mr. Seimers be- N ew s From The Washington, D. C, Aug. 15. j Socialist, that the doctrine has'be Thc War Labor Board is undoubt- c0:no Uo pi.0.Gonn.in tl) be tolerated. cet.y J.ec-ning some ox me rnuustriai sh;ps ou tne roctcs, sir.ee tire woric i r , r, , ,r ,-r i , . ! of .'Ir- iaft and Mr. V alsh nri-venvs i . .. , .., , , l s!r,kes and ihrt mere serious labor t LiKLiu;t.-. iit-ii Lii-v ."..- 1 ...1 (1 1 hvough with a dispute the employers ar.d employees simply "have to be satisfied." "Wo won't have strikes," the Ad ministration has deehmd, and Presi dent Wilson has backed up the deci sion with, the fuil power of his ollice en a number of occasions. The cen t;:i!, or superior control, has been .u.TLient at all time-.?, but, notwith-slr.r.d:r.:;- thii f-.t, therr? has been an effort to fore ike policies or rr-con-stri'clioti ahead of the clo.-c of the v;ir. 'Ie do this attempts have beon';'1 m;v.ie to envcop many m:U. -tries :n the mc-ihes of t'tovernii;. nt pontro!. Moanwrv'o socialistic iconocJasm ap peals to stalk abroad, for though ma te rial expediency has transferred rail '-cads. t:!egraph and telephone lir.-s, an i many other 'things to the cor.tre! if ihe Government, yet there is nothing in the situation that calls for a confiscatory social revolution, s 'l-h a 5 is being ag;tated by those who are victims cf unrest in the land. It dees net take a very careful ob-seru-r lo saLisfy himself that the Un ii1 States is a going concern, and further study i-jght to bring the con-v:c-t:on that public ownership is only necessary to our affairs when it is ca'I -.l f-r by war emergencies. The War Labor Ikvvrd. in ils work, does not he'd, to the viewpoint that is so frequently pressed i:pen iu members that Democracy can be strengthened by hypnotizing industry and putting it to sleep. Qt'it.' oi the cor an. the II: aul is jiro.-eeding under the as sumption thai Democracy, Govern ment, ;ndu:-tr-, labor and capital need always to hold tVir balance and pro ceed a-ong safe and sane lines, for d' r.i hens lay no eggs, and paralyzed inda-tvics pay neitVor wages nor di vidends. The gerera! movement that has mad itself known in Washington for severe 1 years, to enteral public owner ship, Ivrs been accelerated by the rail--':;rd an: v?ve line control. A prom inent United tat:s Senator asserts the belief 'ihet the next step will be to take rosscssion cf he mines, and thai "unless Congress rises to check the onrushinir tide, all the factories in the country engaged in the manu facture cf munitions and of war sup plies will be laid hold of." The same authority predicts "a fight to the death with national and international socialism when the tides of war shall have rolled away." There is, how ever, a little comfort in the renuncia tion of the Sosialifts by Allan Ben osn, who was the candidate of that political party for President in the last election. Benson believes with Gustavc Hcrye, the famous French One Month .40 One Week .10 Single Copy .05 Cape Girardeau, Mo., as Matter. the other is not. We are for Maror National Capital. Mo!ern Socialism, in its mosts re-! spectable form, has become pcrsi; ... tent in its msniuous demands upo .... . upon j tru- Federal (lavemment; and its advancing their Hua.-inary panacea, wl?ich they, claira ta he based on collective owner ship of wealth production. These ad voeatcv; derive to annex lands, trans portation faciiiti -s. mines, mills, fac tories and modern machinery. The wild-eyed b-ys are telling Washing ton tea they miiat have everything that science, in insti v and hard toll has crei atcd. At p .- e these f!a.;sts are .'uggnng wiin tne ch,ei t'ney of i.-her term "Democracy' and I uo:i the act.;-,- of Governments thai ! have t:.le n over ; erne ef the big in i djsir'al and financial resources of the countj-y. Thus they aie attempt ing tj i!ir.:t.-nstj-ate ihvit the manage men cf imlustr'cs by the community or Government, for the benefit o thoe who me laggai'cis in life's .big game ircod. wot; id result to the general As ArchinH'des cried "Eur eka'' when he discovered .how to find ur.uiu ol SO ,c:a.isis screech!:! 'Ut- c.p'a" shiee railroad, wire and labor ro'itro' n apparently embodied their pcui:ar philosophies and communis tic views. Men:al, .Mcral and Physical Manhood' The conditions existing among our rr-n in uniform proves ihe truth of tire words cf President Wilson when he said: "Xo- ar my and navy ever before assembled have had mere con scientious ar.d painstaking thought given to ihe protection and stimula r.n of its mental, nural and physi cal manhood." The plans to which tho President -referred have been car ried through and the Commissions on Training Camp activities of the War and Navy Departments are preparing to demonstrate to State Fairs this fad ihe achievements of "regulated recreation." Photographs, chaxis and paintings will portray how the Commissions are successfully direct ing theatrical entertainment, athlet ics, mass singing, club life, educa tional coinvcs and ether forms of re creation within the military camps and hew hospitality has been organ ized in the outlying cities for the m n on leave. The- saloons and the red light dis tricts have lost their job. Even as recently as the Mexican brush in 13 16 lu' id stories of debauches and im morality along the border came back to Washington. The foresight that cn'isted the sendees of the Y. M. C. A thn V VI C A IV. T-t-Ct. p. Columbus, ths Jewish' Welfare Board, I bave lons sincp discarded pleasure j Pa ch house. In short, for the best re tire American Library Association I car ndin' and the acity of petrol-1 sal rs e verything should be' done to 'ary Association and the Training Camp Ckjnvrnissions in stamping oat immoral influences Home-Made Iceless RefrierM6r& Food Can Be Kept Cool in This Inexpensive and Easily Constructed Convenience '-. Where ice is not obtainable an ieelesjs refrigerator, homemade, will be :. useful food keeper ami food saver. Maintaining a low temperature through the evaponrtion of water from its canvas cover, according to the United States department of agriculture, the ice-less refrigerator wili keep merits, fruits and vegetables cool rrii'l will extend the period for keeping milk aix Imiter. It can also serve as a cooler for drinking water. This is the way U make it: , A wooden frame Is made with dimensions 42 by 10 by 14 Inches and covered with screen wire, preferably the rustless type, -which costs little more than the ordinary kind. The door is made to lit closely, and is mounted ci' brass hinges, and can be fastened with a wooden latch. The -bottom is flittd solid, but the top should be covered with screen wire. Adjustable shelves cen be made of solid wood or strips, or sheets of galvanized mrral. Shelves made of poultry netting on light wooden frames, as shown in th illustration, im probably the most desirable. These shelves rest on side braces placed r.t desired intervals. ' A bread-baking pan, 14 by 1G inches, is placed on the top and .the frame rests in a 17 by 18 inch pan. All the woodwork, the shelves and the pans should rt-celve two coats o! ijvhite paint ar.d one or two coats of white enamel. This makes a very attrac- 1) -r.i s-r.V .; ? Sir ::y-::: : -:,:-:. m l r- vV' -- '-:. -:'.V -' 4 Jwo Vicv.s of HcrTiCmac's Iceless Refi :gcr?.tor. View on Left Shows Frame. Viev cn Right Sliows Complete Refrigerator. live- sr i fiice pvA one that be e;, ily kt-pi (Iran. The'-screen, wire also may receive ;iu tKtts of enriic l, '.vlileli wiTi'nr.-vt ut it from rusting. A lover. of can'on ihinnel, burlap, or duck is ma fe to lit the fiv.m. Pi'.t fne sivioij: sble out if canton flannel is ustid. It will require about vhre vards !' materi.Tl. This cover is bmii:d ai-ourni thv.- te! of the frame m:1 own she 1 . 1 on v.-hie'a ll door is. -r Inrge-hendiMl i: i:s ; ?:d eyelets worked in' ihe' material... 'n tlw' front side arrai:'-' the ho '; ' on the n;i of the dec.r instead. of on the frame and ::!m fasten Ihe cover down ihe hiieli side of the' door, allo'.ving a wide hem of the material to nveSop the phu-e v.h.ere ti;e door ch;sev. The door can then be opened wiliront unbuttoniiig the cov. r. The bottom of the cover should ,.::(1, ,i Vn ilit., tito , r !;:! Four ten iiu le'x :i '.'.:.'!!!. are stweil to the upper part of tl.e cover. These strips lorei wicks ihr't d p over iuio the ujifer 'pah. The d;a;eusHS given .r.;ak a refrigerator of very convenient size for lousehoM -,:..-e ne wP!: e ,t ,.n ii-iii. ei-!.t rary to illlg'-.t O. .: these tiimendon--. .:If a larger capaeiiy is df -ire 1, tl, it :'r:.--: rat'-r enn'-e inercast'(l. i iii :.:;t w;i' ;'i k ey!. mitios re! dgcrab buti-T ;i.e refrig would be Mel! ; have on other ::?d--., ;n r.-tiiii and .. v. ry i;r:!e to I riid ol .cation is sii.'ip.e sis r..e eia;" -'. ::on. .The uj per pr.n mu-,KI he k-p.' li.ied wilh water. The w::!ir 5.- ir::.n by capi'd iry aftraelien through the wit ics and wit urates the eovt-r. .As vaivoi-atioii takes p.hice, heal is taken from the inside of ilv r fngerntt-r. ti. ihy l-.v. -.--rnig tin- tempera tare, of the ir.vide and t!;e i-a;ei:!s. ; iiisry ;:('' ion starts ?!;; readUy if the -over j r Prst d: i!ip 5ie( by di.tpir.g ii in w;;,.'-r i throwing wale; vpn ir. T7iv greaier Ihe rate of vvaj r.rrlini lis' '.".'.i r ;I.e temperature wiueh cati be assUrrd ; therefore the refr?gciar-r w--r!; hv-x v.heti rapid evapon'tlon ta'es place. When the ref.-igr-vier is ?.:ace-I a a siiady place-in a. strong brc exe jind tiie air is vena ;-m I dry, t vai-orai i-:i takes jdaee e-.m aniously tnd rapid!;, and tl.e ieutper.iii.r in-Me the reft iterator is reduced. Under Ideal condi lions t!i." trmperatrr-.' has b.-cn !;!,.wnl:i he red need to'.'O degrees Fabr. When it is damp are' :!. air is f.!l. of moi -,::iv, the refrigerator will not work a; w 11, since there is no! euo-i'.li evaporaiion. More wafer will bud its way to the lower pan. but it v. ill be drs-.v.n v.-j into the covering by capillary attrac tion when the uir again become drier. The refrigerator should be regularly cleaned and sunned. If the rrame work, shelres and pans are white en: a 'led they can be more easily kept in a sanitary coadition. It is well to have two cover::, so that a fresh one can be used each week and the polled no wa-hed and sunned. about the camps, have been jt'f.t.' : d by the fine cjnd.t.ion existing among j men in unifcrm. ! 'Kegulated regulation has rcceiv-. ed the stamp of emnharc ajiproval from the soldiers and sailors them- j selves, and the old horrors that ex- x i -.n 4i n ! in isted m the pitfalls that hud in tne . . T , ,,. , , . pathway of the sobers ofi du-.y havej befen wiped out, with the result that, the moral conditions among tit'" sol- di iers and sailors arc perh-ips LeUerj -'"'Uld be thoroughly cleaned and dis han in civil life. The Liberty Thca-i !llf. as a precaution against dis- than , , , , , . . As crowding lowers the vitality, a helpful means of enjoyment iu- f,:f.h ,;h.a t,,miI(1 b(, allowwl nt camp life. v"nr square feet of floor (spnee. See The stinrulation of "mental, moral: that all drinking fountains, feed hop and physical manhood" has been one T'rs and other fixtures are raised off cf the biggest and best victories thati ,h fi0orv Democracy has won and that, t I v',tihition should be secured by has been among its own soldiers and I s inaslin-curtain . window, in , j front of the hotise. Keep this open nS , r 4u i 1?l a11 thw-wfr m very stormy ductals cf the Fuel Admiaistraticn wr.tlnr' and during severe cold spoils, are insistent that the war cannot be) Provision should be mSde for the lar"- won without products of coal mines j and petroleum, and the influences of j control bv ihe government are bein-i T,f x nj;uitucui aim wi.-it: js a blicii jio-i bability that these industries will tr vel the way of the railroads and wire lines in g-aing under Government sup ervision. Uridoubtedy a heavy tax Mn tle, roof or sides where' ralff-can will be imposed on gasoline" used fori Mat in. Also, it is;-desirable to have pleasure cars, and the common uso-n cncrote iloor, laid on a bed of 10 of the latter vehicles is irkeiv to be j 5," 5,ndr!r A dost box' A- , , t- " ... " y 4 leet and 1 feet deep, contain- discouraged.. Luropean countries in ,,,-. . . . eum products is lreiy to bnr.g about! radical changes in the affairs of the j United States. . I not hinged, using buggy hooks and eyo double strips, which taper to eight or rvi!ior:itiii!? surfrtee. bnr it is nor rec.".- of rellk and butter are to be !cpt- i. - r for milk and butter ami another .'fer i-i ahforb odor.? from oiher o-els. 1 raior itnd nolhln? to op.-Tiit It. Tir I r-ii-iv-e- Willi T!T A ! J POULTRY-GROWERS i l i W--W--f- llltf l,,,ll!tr.T 'h'pnrtment of the New J(lrs:'y agnculiural experiment sta- - ... , , .. t. , tion auMses thai careful atttmtion be iven to ri.(l?,ariu;, lhe Iay,ns hou.s for the pulletv?. Refore placing them j in their permanent quarters, the bouse er.se. rst-amount of umlight possible In the IlJus.,' as th5s if one of the best means 1 -nung msease. windows snould " ""ui-ieu imu me sun can tj-ijJj every jmrt of the floor some tin: during the day. - It is essential that the house be I kept dry. See that there are no places tne inrus the beat nousics condi- JCIiS Possible, ... . POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce GIBONEY HOUCK as the Democratic candidate for Rep resentative in the State Legislature from Cape Girardeau County, 316., subject to the General Election, Nov ember 5, 1918. lV-r vcte will be ap preciated. FOli COMMON PLEAS CLERK We are authorized to announce FRED A. KAGE as the Republican candidate for Clerk of the Common Pleas Court of Cape Girardeau, Mo., subject to the Gen eral Election, November 5, 1918. ?ov;er to Charm Lies in Forget fulness of Self. Women Wha Fascinate Have Simply Developed the Art or Power cf Putting Others "On Good Terms With Themselves." A vivacious woman writer seeking the secret o feminine fascination, finds it in the art or power some weta it have of (h:!t !ing ethers by putting '.hm, as a bluif Britisher phrased it, "mi ripping good terms with them selves." Is not this a characteristic f almost ail those persons, men and voiiien, whom we like the hest and eu :;;. the most? Do they not. either by .ii'l'tice or ley instini-t, eie'.envor to ardce tile jwople they meet feed that ihey amount to sonurhing, know souh' ihirg. h:ive some excellence, attrac tiveness or interesting qualities, and ihvs imt them on pleasant terms with rl. msetves. The persons whe are !easr adept at this or least inclined to ry it are the self-centered, self-important peeiple completely absorbed in h; ir own affairs and not wise or v.'H in ;1 i: little walJs of which they are the centers, and may bo said in a cer ain sense to revolve about them selves. This is a characteristic brought t:e 'rein lower forms of life frem which ve are anecsiraPy derived and only in part outgrown. For most animals the only concerns of the ieast importance are those which directly affect them selves. They are egocentric. Th" 'hings that touch them make up their vorld and they have no interests out--ido of that. More than any other r.ni :nal the dog can sink Iris personality : to sjii'ak. sulx.rdinate hir.Kelf and :na::e his master's interests his own. rdy infrequent individuals of other iveirs can or will do' this. Ib-rev dog:" :s a ;ee are i!,o;-. conqnionalde fer man than any other livir.'-r creature5-he-low hici in the e-volulionary scale. r.ui to return to human l.eimrs, J--se-phme- was the most beloved and .banning woman in France ber::ie she took a genuine and kindly interest ;ii the affairs of all with whom sh ".iine in touch. She was outgoing, in eiusive in her sympathies an-1 thus eounteracted antagonism created by Xaooleon, who was self-centered to en extraordinary degree. Not to multiply eyamples, dees not experience teach all observant people that in selfless ness lies the secret of charm? Are not the lovable people those whose love iroes out spontaneously, or appears to? Is not egoeentrici ty, entire absorption in themselves, a characteristic held in common by most of the pople will get on one-'s nerves? Kind hearts are more than coronets, said Tennyson. More attractive, therefore, than beauty or the brilliancy and glitter of intellectuality is the drawing power of kindly e'onsideration for others. Fas cination Is born of the heart, not of the mind; and A-hethcr instinctive cr ac quired, would seem to be the arc of entering into the lives of others and putting them, as the Englishman said, on good terms with themselves. Koch ester Post-Express. She Knew Better Anyhow. A certain small town, seven miles from somewhere else, as the crow Hies, boasted only two physicians. Doctor Smith and Doctor Prown. There was considerable rivalry between the two knights of the pill and powder and when Doctor Smith received a very urgent call from a young farmer about four miles iu the country, he left ;ni office full of patients, cranked np what has to lie cranked np and was fiff. When he arrived at the farmer's house he found that a three-yenr-ohl "farmer" had cut his finger. Tire doc tor was chagrined wlmn lie saw the "serious" nature' of the accident. He thought ef the office full of patients U-j had left and" had visions of them walk ing fnr single file to the office etf Doctor Brown. ' "It'was very, very silly of you to ca!i me oa this case," he s-nid, somewhat testily, to the farmer's wife. "I know it was, but Doctor Crown was out." Boy, Page Mr. Eurbank. Atlanta, Ga. A cornstalk in the war garden of M. J. Yarbrough has just produced five ears of corn and a head of wheat growing out of one of the corn ears. Both corn and wheat kernels are fully developed. The "samples" were sent to Herbert Hoo ver, with pertinent comment. Classified Advertisin telephone No. i One cent word for one insertion. Two eents for three days and three eenta word for a veak. By the month ten cents for each word. Display adrertiaements in this column will cosi double the usual rate No advertisement acrepted for leu than ten eentr. FOR SALE 1 No. 7 Plitkcnsderfer WANTED Young man with experi Twpewritcr. Apply J. Y. rc Tri-j encc to dispense in confectionary bunuc. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms over Johnston Eros. Tailor Shop. Phone 1257. FOR RENT One or two store rooms on corner of Gooel Hope and Fred erick Streets, apply to Chas. Blatt nef. 247 S. Frederick St. FOUND Practically new automobile crank. Owner may have same by paying for thjs ad. ADMINISTRATOR'S .OR .EXECU- TOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of Rebecca Foeste, deceased have been granted to the undersigtreel, by the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas, of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, bearing date the 24 day of July 1918. All persons having claims against said estate are requireel to exhibit! them to Fred N. Foeste for allowance within six months from the date of said letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate; and if said claims be not exhibited within one year from date of the granting ol letters on such estate they shall be forever barred. FRED N. FOESTE Administrator Executor STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Cape Girardeau, ss. I hereby certify that Fred X. Foes te was granted letters cf administra tion upon the estate of Rebecca Foes te deceased on the date above writ ten. In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal cf said court, this 21th day of July, I91S. (SEAL) BEN VINYARD, Clerk of Court of Common Pleas NOTICE OF .RESIGNATION State of Missouri, County of Cape Girardeau. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned guardian of the person Henry A. Sievers, a minor will apply to the Probate Court of said county at the next term thereof to be held. at the Ccurt House in the City of Jackson, Missouri, cn the 12th day of August, 191S, for permission to resign as such guardian. F. W. Oberheide, Guardian. NOTICE The City Council has directed me to enforce the Dog Tax Ordinance which provides a tax of $1.50 per year on male dogs and $.1.00 per year on female dogj. The ordinance pro vides that every person owning or keeping a dog on his premises is lia ble for the tax even if the dog should be taken from you by the dog catcher vou are nevertheless still liable for the lax and subject to the penalty. Section " of the Ordinance provides that "Any person who shall be the own cr or keeper of any dog or female dog who shall permit dog or any fe male dog to run at large or to remain on his premises, upon which the tax imposed by this ordinance has not been paid, or who shall secrete or hide such dog, or who shall misrepre sent the facts to the impounder, dog catcher, City Marshal or police offi cer regarding the ownership of such dog, shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and upon convictfon there of shall be fined not less than five dollars (3.00) nor more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00)." I hope you will pay your dog tax at once and not subject yourself to any penalty or expense. -Very respectfully, of Cape Girardeau. Mo. A. P. BEHRENS, City Clerk Apply O'-o BARBER WANTED Appiy at Gust Sckuitz's shop on Broadway. LOST A purse in Cape Girardeau containing $14.00 in bills, a few pennies, a lavalliere, set with a heart-shaped goldstone. Return to Tribune office and receive 13.00 re ward. FOR SALE 1915 Model Ford Tour ing car, in good drtion, will sell cheap. Addres3 S. S The Tri bune. WANTED First clasiftinter; steady position and good wages. Apply at The Tribune office. MOTOR For sale oae fire-horsepower direct current motor; In cood condition. Apply at The Tribune Offica. FARM WANTED Responsible party wants to buy a stock farm wiihw five miles of Cape Girardeau, ilust be on a public road and have water and pasture land. Give descrlp tion of farm, number of atfres. pric wanted and state when posscssio can be given. Address K. II, Tr Tribune. OLD FALtfE TEETH WANTED DONT MATTER IF BROKEN We pay. up to 15 dollars per set. Also Jewelry, Check sent by return mail, cash for Old Gold, Silver, and broken Goods held 10 days for sender's ap proval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S". 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. NOTICE OF RESIGNATION State of Missouri, County of Cape Girardeau. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned guardian of the person Anna Macke, an insane person, will apply to the Probate Court of said county at the next term thereof to be held at the Court House in the City of Jackson, Missouri, on the 12th day of August, 1918, for permission to resign as such guardian. F. W. Obei-heide, Guardian. NOTICE! Drivers of Automobiles Wagons Euggies and othei Vehicles. You are hereby notified that the lives of persons and the safety of property are constantly cndangeml becaues of careless and reckless driving upon the streets, by a few drivers; Wherefore, Ordinance Num ber 1131 of the City of Cape Girar deau, provides among other things that all the vehicles should be driven at a rate of speed not exceeding fif teen miles per hour on straight streets and when turning corners or curves not exceeding six miles per hour; that all vehicles should be dri en on the nVht hand side r.f u' street when turning a cor: t - . . the right hand sida of the ee. ' r . ' the crossing; at all times 'r-r -vi: :- ti e center of the crossing on : e- It: hand side1. The above prbsivions of said Or dinance, especially, with all oth?r previsions of said ordinance wiii i-e ttrietly enforced on and a'fer Wed nesday August 8, 1918. Tills no' -' docs not attempt or mean t ; -i- ; enforcement for anytime,, a t of said ordinance but merv.y ;.oi. fy all of the strict enforcement of the . aboVe. particulars mentioned after the said date. W. J. SEGRAVES, Chief of Police. No. (300 This is la prescription prepared cgpeeiaflt tor MALARIA or CHILLS . FEVER. Five Of six dotes will break any case, an i'n!! paioaj cl sad docs cot I ripe cr sicken. 2 evenings and Sundays. Broadway.