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CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE. CAPE GTRAEDEAU, 2.10, FT.IDAY,' NOVEMPEK 1, 1918.'
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT - i t I s I i t 1 4 r mi I . ' POLITICAL-ADVERTISEMENT VOTE FOR POLITICAL AIIVEJWGEMENT - : ; . i ;;;.?:: . ,a r; ,v - EDVA RD D. HAYS For Congress URGENT NEED FOR MECHANICS The government wants at once, at Philadelphia 4j hou.-e carpenters; Ten sacola, I'la., 2 machinists, Philadelphia G- machimVU;; Tugct Sound, Wa-sli., 'JO machinists; Washington, D. C, VJG machinists; Charleston, W. Vr macl-.inists. The German idea for peace lias ,ueen received and answered. Our an swer is stern, unyielding; Kaiserism must surrender. We have to back that answer up. That means guns, ammunition, a navy efficient and alert, to guard the wfy across and to whip the submarines. The navy and arsenal are short of skilled labor. The urgent need list of today shows what are needed and where. It's our duty to supply them. We will help what we can but it is up to the men who know how to do these things to keep AOIAOINO?.. move and show what they are made of. 8 THE PARTING GIFTS from our soldiers and sailors and our gifts to them are given to com memorate the very high est oi human emotions. it They will be our life-long treasures and the heirlooms of future generations. Let such gifts, th,en, be of material and hand-workthat will endure, and be worthy of the occasion for which they are given. Symblem Rings, Rings with Initials, Masonic or other lodge emblems, Stone Sefs 6r Locket Rings, Solid Gold or Gold Front Lockets, Cigarette Cases, Military Watches, Parker Pens, Money Belts, Comport Kits and many other useful gifts for the soldier boys. These gifts must be mailed on or before November 15. For that wife or girl of yours we have a large and nice selected stock of Diamond and other Jewelry. Latest styles in Mesh Bags, Powder Boxes, Card Cases, Rich elieu Pearl, and other Bead Necklaces, Silverware, Cut Glass, Photo Frames and nice Clocks. These will make useful and long remembered Christmas Gifts. Do your Holiday Shopping Now, at the Jewel Shop Geo. C. Hasslinger. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. City Council Council convened in regular ses sion, Mayor II. H. Haas presiding, 7with all members present, records of meetings held July 17, 18 and 31st were read and on motionof Mr. Fris sel, ro'l was called for ll'.cir adoption, the vote resulting as follows: Ayes. Haas, Wittmor, Fris.iill; Xays, none. Whereupon the mayor declared .said records adopted. Petition to open Henderson avenue, Dloomfi1 Id to E'm street, was read and on motion of Mr. Frissell. roi! wr.s called to refer ;ame to Louis Wittmor, superinendent ofMKY-?arT'" Wittmor, supcrinen.leiit of streets vote resulting as follows: Ayes, I'aas Wittmor, Frissell; Nays,. None Whereupon the Mayer dr.darcd mo-j tion adopted. j Reports of city ofHcers weir read and on motion of Mr. Wittmor, roll was called that same be- rcc, Tved. filed and concurred in, the vote result ing as follows: Ayes, Haas, Wittmor, Frissell; Nays, none. Wher upon ihe Mayor declared said motion duly adopted. The following bills were then read II. W. Papj, ..78.50; St. Chailes Ho tel Pharmacy, 6."c; Thos. McLiu'.n $1; Buxton L Skinner Printing and Sta-, tionciy Co., $24.80 ;Wase m's Drug Store $7.15; Mo. Public Utilities Co., $613.27; John Frcnzcl, $D.2o; Balm Brothers Hardware Company, 32.05; Anton Haas, 300.95; Hamilton and Mavers, $1.35; A, C. Dittlinger, $5.50; H. T. $orriscn $1; MeysVidt Brothers Plumbing Company, $51.15; Union Lumber & Mfg. Co., $3.26; Rau ITard wareCo., $3.65; John Rouse, $201.0fi; W. A. Rau Hardware Company ?l.f0; Public Service Commission, $12.50; S. E. Mo. Machine & Foundry Co., $1.30; Vogelsanger Hardware Co. $8.60; PhilL'p3 Lumber & Fuel Co.$61.S; St. Louis Blu Print & Supply Co., 23.57; Bohnsack's, 30c; L. T. Lindsay, $5.75; The Reublican, $10.90; The Boston Store,, $1.67; S. C. Adams Stamp & tationery Co., $8.60; Miller & Kinder; 35c; I. Ben Miller $1; Cape Girardeau Bell Tel' phone Company, $4.25; Wal ther Furniture & Undrtaking Company $15.00; B'ack Diamond Coal Company, j$0.C0; W. F. Bergman, tOcj'Osterloh' Book Store. $4.20; G. H. Cri ene, 3.5:); I!. G. Kraft, !2c; Blue Ribbon ke 5c i'ud Cm.iaiiy, lU.-lo; Meyer i iiaedckujii, $2.1u; On laotwa of Mr. 1 iiss;', loll vas cali'.d thut t.e oiils a.- read b'. appijxl and wuriunts is- and requesting that such efforts be suspended at this time for the reason stated ; NOW THEREFORE, BEIT RE SOLVED, that the matter of construc ting said sewer in District Xo. 5, be temporarily abandoned or discontinued and that all pans, speeificaions. esti mates and other records pertaining to said work be preserved intact and he'd in readiness for reference and us upon resumption of the work whsn conditions and frcumstanccs render the time practicable and opportune. O motion of Mr. Wittmor, roll was called for its adotion, the vote result ing as follows: Ayes, Haas,' Wittmor, Frissal; Nays, none. Whereupon the j Mayor declared said resolution adopt ed. SIMPSONISACCEPTED Notified He Will Be Given Com mission In Military Railways Overseas Service .sued, the cte risu.tr.g as ljl.owi.: Ae; Haas, Witu.ir, Frbscli; Mays; -'ne; Win reupou i'ti Mayor declar ed said motion daiy adopt? il. There was then g."en us third rea ilius Al-i OliDIXAA'CE TO iiUl EAL SjEC'ITOX 3 OF COMMitJlOX FORM ORDINANCE XO. liJ, E. THUiD "AX Oi.DlXA.NtE Liii-JA-TlXu THE OFFICE OF CITY EX G1XEER, DEMX1XU HIS POWEliS AND DUTIES AND i:El:EALIXG ORDIXAXE XO. 191 AXD Il4, AND ALL ORDIZCAXCES IX cCX FLICI" HEREWITH" PASSED AX D APPROVED OX THE li;ti:. DAi OF APRIL, 1K18, AXD EXACTING IX LIEU OF SAID SECTION 3 A SECTION. On motion of Mr. Fris sell, iil was calLd for final jp.is.-.igo, j the vo'i. resulting as follows: Aye-; Haas, Wttmor irisseli; Nays; None, j EAD fJVFRSFA MITY Wherounun the JTayor declui-d saidjlUll U I LlVuLfl J 11111 ordinante duly adopted and in the p.lperee of the Council, signed his approval thereto; said ordinance is Commission Form Ordinance Xo. 30. The following resolution was pre sented by Mr. Frissell: WHEREAS, Ti'i necessity for sewer construction in that sectmn of the City of Cape Girardeau, known as District Xo. 5, has long been recog niz' d, AND WHEREAS, in consideration of sL-ch need, exhaustive effort r.as been exerted in preliminary prepara tion in ie matt r of survey, plans, specifications, estimates, etc. AXD WHEREAS, all preliminary de tails pertaining to construction of said sewer having been completed and in readiness for submission to bidders. AXD WHEREAS it appearing to the Council that the wishes of the lib erty loving and patriotic people of this city, as well as national demands and exp jnditure of money in the pro by withholding from further operation and exonditure of .money, in the pro motion and completion of said sewer undertaking so long f as the finances necessary can be applied for war pur oses. AXD WHEREAS, the Council is in receit cf communication from Federal authorities confirming the feelings ex pressed in above "paragraph Xo. 5; MRS. MELZER IS A LITTLE BETTER Trinity Lutheran Church Pastor Delayed In Reaching City By Wife's Illness Word has been relived this week that Mrs. Mclzer of Steelevilk, Craw ford county, wife of Rev. F. IL Mclzer the Lutheran miniser, who has ban elected pasor of the Trinity Lutheran church, of this city, was somiwhat better of the pneumonia from which she is suffering. Rev. Melzer was f leeted pastor of the church at a meeting held by the congregation of Trinity church soira time ago. He was unable to eome on to takci charge of his duties at onco on account of the illness of his wife. Xo services are being at present on account of the epidemic of influenza. C. A. Simpson car . foreman for the C. G & X. Railroad company will military railway ser-ice.rGi7890$000 receive a commission :n the military railway service. He was informed of this tVicision in his favor in a letter received Tuesday from S. W. Felton, Director of Military Railways Over seas Service. The letter was. as follows: "You are advised that your papers havp been approved by this .office for a com mission but at this writing we can not advise you when you wMl'jbo call ed for examination. You will b: no tified when and where to appenr." Stimscn made application for a commission several weeks ago. A te gram asking if Stimson could be released . was sent to the C. G.iN. manager soon after he put in his ap plication, and an affirmative answer was returned by trp railroad official. Stimson says he is anxious to go to France and is hoping that he will be called soon. SHOP EARLY BUT More Important --SHIP EARLY Every Christmas package shipped now will be to pre vent congestion, delays and disappointment later. ;Send Your Christmas Packages H3BIi(2 N O W Get your patriotic "Shop and Ship Early" labels from us. They are furnished free to all our pa trons. Ask for them. Come in today and see ourdispIay of Holiday Gifts. F. H. KASSELL "Where Gems and Gold Are Fairly Sold." 625 Broadway.