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TRIBUNE
LIEUT. LK.JUDEN
OF YANKS
D
ill
ACMING FRANCE i
In Utter Dated Few Days
lieforc Deaih He Told Of
Chasini; Germans
SAW VAT l;Sri IN I
UKNDKKiNG DODIVSl
Kt-tlU- Was rorrraled j
IwT:ir..! h J'ra: c 1
Onr f'( tl
('. p . a.
.' : ' n wa
h:.i- e
: 'a. t i i"' rcco'vc.l i:i
;.;-tll f:iM l.i.i.'. I.
vr.tt n to h 1 un.-'.o,
.I'l.: 1. rind it to! t tf tli'-'
i'ivi o, .:f Preach t.-r-
ry h-ld h: iho C-imans -r tour.,
i si jr r b.ttcr wa
i) Mr.- ivlos'oi matin.
i'i !-!:'s 'Mil i h;l ther.
hi t: . f ' l:. r.. Lout. .Iirlon tod
't . i! - :i :'.;'!' t;!":tel :n which
. s :i l.d i-i id r ri' vit. where lev
'.:,;:!!; e v.'k.a 1- oi, ; tf d-'ael S"I
: -r- t,. get th fat. A number of
j. l, i e limpet! to h'.U.
.1 ;. n vr -t . lut lfforo they
t''0 va:. ih pllxd
wm io v.icptv f'P
l.i. re- nr'..(.'!r
Til" War lV nnrlnor.t ha Rft
r,;..;:!i!.v ccnfirnn.-l thi l. a'.li of Licit';.
!u.!-.n. ('.Dtan A. M. TinsYy of
".' ;y ; .. . . -5 :ia f:I n-1 ff
lt-'i. .lai' ii, j-TTit a m:? i fla
v, a fv i!av? ai'T-. ; tat n?r
i
Juili.'ii ' i 1 in Franco
".it
! :M. aiii lliat a rablrj;-: a'n v;.s
i. Jaiioi. hc.v-
th onlv "r.r.r:rati-n
; ( I opf i'riin:r h sr-n's d'-al'i
- ( i 'o !v; - bv iii' mil' who
n.l- il h'm ihuinir f v." day" at
ii.;:viak
; w r ; lev
1 ion!. .:
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Mr;. K'r.c:-
ilon
:n -.! I. if
ran -
ih---'
1 a
o v.r'tf ail 1
i alive, llavt
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'f. f rj 'o:ed rcl'' I wrote yostrr-'
J. on is Ju- ,
I. : - -v ' ' . not
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o i-i a .
iv si- ill
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on ss
well.
A oi r ?rri"e.
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('a;. a jo. ' vn- bad y
rh the i r.v.od'ato
a! f
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and (':: d e '.
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va." :
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1 at-
: o"- : ' ar--:"'.' '; '. .
Thv h .: our !l !
A. io'ii:.n fli; n- at our he 'p
v in r.i'v "o assured e tho
te-nder .;y.. 'vithy of our unit-
Wo la ,1 h'm -r.vav toda ." in
.; -.1
a , ana
ep a'ad !
t ful sjMU ;,e:do row vn?n row of
Iho brave so. ii' -s who have given
1
ro- the:r country. j
I enclose a littV pieSure of the
b'-aiit f':! ce-iarterv in our little town '
in V.. in .-in.lv :r,l nviv it lo n com
foit to yea to know that one
little wi.. il. n c;r ; s -: k -
of the
iVS;
iar !
"o t." your grandson.
1
wrs so glael to nae neon w.tn
.... . -,i
'-'and en and elo for h:m the
your
fi-v ek ys ho w is w Ih
vas so
good and patient, and r.";:o .n h-.' ab'o
lo. help and crviifo; ' or of i
Amoii. rr. lie 1 .1 n:e h
yon wr v t h 'jvd :i;r i
rn'."' . .-at" l!i;T to hir:.
A ' sn ring v.'t' r?a"a of i
bravo
3iu:h
vcro
ek p
f.yinp ..hv of our unit.
Alice G. Field.
1
CAPE GIRARDEAUj
WILL GlVtfllANKS
FOR PEACE TODAY
7
Churches To Hold Solemn
Services Ih Eccpir.g With
The Occasion
PATRIOTIC MEET AT
HIGil SCHOOL AT 3
Manv A!dieMes V. ill Be Made
A t:d Songs Will Be Sui;g-Ca
dels To TiiUe i'art
'i hr.'Ar vbig will bo appropriately
eeYbratod in Hie C ipo today, in the
Ivnn-s :.s well a - the chuichc.-. A1!
of the e-huHios v.'d! hold Fjx-t ial sor
vices
f Yh:mks.cr;v;n-r.
Vincent's Caihclio church wi 1
f nici riinir.
wil.
i: h-
vl;r! -us rn l yt pitr otn-.'
ci-livovol l.v Pi-v. rr.thorj
T. I.t-viiD. piv.s'd 'lit of St.!
will
HKC1U S
11.
it- v. Ra.c-ir.an (i the Prc byior'au :
hu.vh, w 1 tl( liver a Than1;; trivii'v-i
':-rm m :t 10 r "o-k this nnrainje. !
A Fpc'ial iv.u.-lca: p;-oram has a. tn
?vra"T as a par'. ;f tho soi v co-. j
Th "rncna;y Molhruiist -harch
w 11 'a .1 1 :t-t Tivirksivinir sofvico? ;
thi fvi-n'm: r.t 7 o'e'et k. whf-n R-v. '
Hal. -rs:a.!t. tho pastor, will proach
a ;;;"ii!i'ii h-siA iinir the occas:ori.
Rov. -f. J. ri.mtua. pa.4.r oT th?
. Episcopal chuioh. v.-".11 pro: cli at
lfl::: t'-i:. ir!i:nln:r. A .'.poial pro
it arrange-:!.
rivt.i throo tr r
lorniim fniii-in 'r ;-i- v, h'
held at too av.diio; :unt at Iho f nttal
ll:;:h ?J.o.l. Tho S A. T. C. caib't !
v. '-. bav tho r barracks at 2:"0
in .
ir;l ma vh (ia.vn town and tacnic
to the i!i';h School roachini tlioir
stiita'i't r a " o'clock.
Th? so: vices vt tho ?(hoo! v.-IH
oons si of ror.frs bv tho audience in-'
t-i n.M-o-l with ovo mmato snwhez
i ..,.Wr , :., :
bv o-oiiuneni c.tizons. ;
ia;, v.:n
oo
held fhrourhi;:t
S. aa:
nr.
parts of
i:
to 'a-, it ha-; b. rn arr.infrrd
i . c i-: m ar s.- .h-s
iar
.T!-"r.r. -laughter of tl'.o pre.il-
io' r
'or:
f '.ho Unij-d
ar .oara-'od
Paonor. A a
rilii-.'4' l-;ur
i a toe
United
a ill be
:nal antho:u
?untr 'n vii lutlly ovciy c:ty. Dr. V.
S. Dearmont, chairman of the Council
f f Xr L cnal l!ofen?o. will pres oo.
IRS. GARRETT GLENN
IS SERIOUSLY SICK
Ciilh Of Son Is Followed By
Crilirr.1 trar k - CrtMf Not
Yet Passed
Mrs. Gairott Ci'. -rn. or.c of the b t
knov a Can, Girar !eau society wo
meii. is eritifaily ill at h-?r hme in
?t. Loiiis Tor s vo"al days her
eon'':t"'.n wa:. so grave that it was
foarr, she would r.ot su"vyo. Her
t;.lTI v.-:'s
repot teel .-ori.cwh.'U ia
...i x-nat..-
osto; lav. but st V 5-or'ous.
. a::J Mr,. D vi.l A
Gl tn: ' ti lhei--
ew of Mis
t
o a. r .
ui.-tot' G:onn. '"ive
C1?Wr CO!l:.ltirlCJ.-
.tion with tho horo
she became ill.
of their son since (
A son wa born te Mrs. Glenn last
week, iiiit it d;d !iot live
'inoo li-on
her cond ! has been pr carious.
l.a ". SanI-v 'n'd nn l-iv t- t--.- n
.t was nm
b - dievr.5 !io v.u'J suivlve the la;-.
She wtl not re:ch the crisis in her
Il.i..'. IL VVa-S i O
..-. . it ii
i - uiini ji-mikwu, ruc tne atteneung
a- .. i ... i . ..
phy.' ;Ians are hop fu
yil 111 l uau.iriilOr ot Air.
At---
ml Mrs. Jaseoh Albort. WW f
J- Albort. She is a native of
aPe G raieleau. and o-.o of the most
populat cf joc'ely's ycung r set. Mr.
nr.d M- s. Glenn nnvod to St. Louis
1 . ..i i i
I "loatH- : re. whin ho hv:mn
enn vte-tl with e no of the large
. v. h d sale houses there.
r i r .. - - - - - - -- v . . i i l I
IMWiBilir .omn ADVI
J j i
ffl. J. KOECK BUYS
A FAMOUS BULL
i Jersey Male Will Reach Capeiltal Ofl TllC Map
i From Pennsylvania Farm !,
Thiii Week
Max-
K.)itk has puvcliascil
X:i::V'.l PrOiTiiO'
a Jorscv bull, a
ccrc-'it K'anl.t.n of Go'dcn Ecrn's Lal,
ovo C)f tho ato'c fumowr. bull:; in 'h
Mr. K-y'.v bougut I
i'r.-iViif r
thii- week fivm
, r.t (..-opcr bar;.:,
Lin a a Gtv i;
! Penn. It was ; old by T. S. Co:vr
j. rs v;j.0 ae t?10 larj-e.-'t imports
,s,.,-s ;n -thc Unitt-d States.
n-u,. k...,i Air Kn-k-1
, . , -if1
t jw. iiiM n bmk-ini' uo a nerd of,
tho.ii.hbro - ls. He recently
" - i
ihrce K Ki. tered h.'.fers from the '
rn ver;ity lic-rd at Columbia, Mo.1!
Mr. Kock expects to launch into the
, ....
i.-isteAa cattl -oiredmif bu mess as (
so n as ho can find a suitable f I'.rai. j
Xati olo.-s Premier is yet but a
y aJi Iio v.as dropped
last I'- b-
1
uary. but he enjoys a fami y
that wi 1 attract attention from those
in t'.i-stid in Jersey cr.ttle. Th?.
father u' the bull is
bull is Comb-nation j
Pvc.uicr, who has produced
nctid daughters. One of a had of
lf owned by the Coopeis, prixhicetl
WO pounds oi butter in one year;
anjLker CS pcuntl-,, and seventeen
oth.ers that averaged above "")
pour, Is at two year.t of age.
llliie
Pell's Nameless, the bull's
v as a grand daughter of
Golden Fein's Lad
hi i,i :
n.i iw i.-ui UiU
i a . . . i . i ..ti
Rock's bull :uld for $27.0(70. They
were: Fly ng Fox, Eminent Second j
and S'-nsationi! Fern. The
r-old for ?10,s'tt.
atter '
I
sne produced pounus oi ouner in, hav 5trcn? features of the Wil
one year. 'lhr.e uncles cf Mr. Uop fam:iv.
Tae bull is exp cted to reach Cape j m. caJ j an . ,'et him kRQW that x
Giiardcau from Pennsylvania thisjty.rked up Cousin' Woodrov with the
week. He wil spend the winter m best I had and without claiming more
i. i t i. i
quar:e;s preparcu
for him ct th3
brewery stab'c, on South .Miehile St.
NAVY DEATHS FROM WAR !
I
LAI .SL. IU1 Al.
Washington, D. C, November 27
Deaths in t:;e navv Irom war causes,
totaieei 1 2?,?,. Surgeon General
, .
nr..-.&.., u.-.i,. hl-j nuu.-c
Committee, which is frant'ng th lt20
r.ar.' apprcpraricn Ml. No causes
V.CtT t M il .-5 .'. .lvJ4ti..- :v .ii -.L.-
e.
rni -r i: 'l.. ,11 ..
inc o-airt? oi pia.uia ij an nnjr
men dying in foreign service, the
ouig:roii Vrenerai sau, nave w n it
tnrne ham. .
The Surgeon General said thrre
were .15. ('00 patients in the navy hos-
ritrJ '. Appropriat'ens for the na'
med'cal departm nt amount'ng to
-nn-n i r i i
Tirii;1Drrn nci cfl fr,v imfl?r nlans
iar continuing the war, were reduced
t j $i2(H,lHK by the Surgeon G. jieral.
Don't Be a Food Slacker JIlC
Wireless From O.
Wilson Puts Cap-
j Anxious To Show Congress-
man Hays Th? Sights In
Washington And Would
Become His Secretary If
Properly Approached
(Dy Wir less.)
S imowhoro :n Washington, Nov.
Er!ends:
I t'xpect you
have hoard by th;s
t.nio the renoit that bocretary -uc-
Adoa has resigned his job hre. Well,
r?. . b, . ..... 4 i
. t i twr il n i i ririi i. v r ir 1.11 Mill
I would like to
a-cept tho whole push, but if I can t
get ',.m all, I'll have cousin Woodrow
ive me tl be .t one. (He thinks
1 in his cousin, but I aint.)
j ;t proUy straig!u that Kdw.
it-.y v.as elected to Conres:-,. We.'l,
That don't coiae exactly as a surprise
to me. 1 always nurcd r.u naa a
1 - L. i ' i. . . . .. 1 - A i ' f Yin - ! 11
r..:nt.; Jii cwotjirv vet? 1 am on
to the ways' up here in Wahsington
limv unj would be able to w:sc up a
n Congressman. lou know it
i h 'toie vou are ablo i j iook ana aci
like yeu a'n't just visiting.
I expect Dirk Frissell
will be
arcand in a day or sy to get raa toition expected many biiels to be sent
. ho.v him the sights. J here fcr the contest. A ong list of
Me and Torn Lane ara pretty close, prizes wil! b ! awarded. In this
! to the admin.stiation. My name gets
u Eveivboilv liiinks I am kin
to tj,t president, and as long as he ,
don't put them wise, mum's the word
ior n-.o. 1 inrt weeurow are. tne same i
I height, about tne same ngure anu
........ J
AVeli. 1 guess you heard that Ger-
mr.i.y is all in and tne kas r an
l. : .. .1 .,. v.... 4 V. a Ac
umrsi ih.-y iiur iuui
soon as I can get the number of his
l.ftni ftinn Vinncn I'll c on ft t no TvAlSOT
loan my snare oi tne crcnu. i Know
I e'a, ot mo"i! pop in the aT'irs of
s..V nftor I'reache- th. canial.
t h.-ivt. Kopti w.-nHevinr who .rots
j my job 9s jvi tice of the pcacc down
(there in the Cape. T always liked
uiat pomhwu, uui, uu m-i. .i-
T "v "
happened to be a member, made con-
.htions there so unpleasant that 1
-Vas compelled to' icek larger anel
'more iberal fields. So here I am.
i . 1 . , . .
t , nroci lonr Tin rlnnitif ircatnl
havoc c.monc some of mv constiu-
tavoc cmone some
onts in the C.'ipe. Friends, who used
tv Ji v..n mr iu.v aiuuuu ihk: wi-
ner- w,u no (IOUDI n:i lound m cellar;
after thc first of next July. Frie-rds,
T hoiv- none of vou held tne Tpstmn-
E;b!e for the unjust curtailment of our
personal liberties, but I am as blame-
f s as a new born babe, it was a I
i .LBifgrr iiit u i'w, aim one, i Knew iuu i
" ... . J
well, came a , a shock-to many who
alv -ys supported me, but I trust you
w.t not lose heart and go to the
POULTRY SHOW HAS
BEEN POSTPONED
A Ban On Shipment Of Exhibit
Poultry Delays Exhibit Until
January
The Cape G-lfardeau Poultry Show,
which was scheduled to be held next
month has been postponeu until Jan
uary 8-11.
O.vinsc to th - exceptionally heavy
snipments ol ;r i.gnt anu exp-ess
during the month of December the
ra Ircad administration ha, placid an
eaibargo on the" shipment of poultry
for exhibit purposes.
As many of the birds that will
exhibit at the show her . will be ship
ped in from other points, the embargo
forced the local pou try men to post
pone the exhbit. The
change in
dates also necessitated a new judge.'
M.mbers of the Cape Girardeau I
county organization 'have written to!
.Mr. H. V Johnscn oi Jst. l.ouis. a
leading poultiy breeder and judge.
He has expressed a willingness io
attend the local exhibit and award
tho pr.& s
Tho announcement some time ago;
mat tuc poui:ry snow wouia oe ne a
..... i .i i
In Cape Girardeau brought requests J "'o. u,o u.
from many breedcis for exhibit space. ; housekeeper one of the poplar
It is beliex-l that the show will bej n that -sh is con -
largo and thai :t will be made anr
annual event. fined to her bod, and it was reported
Widiam Hubel, one of the promot- jatc yCstcrda7 that several sist rs ir.
ers ef the organization, sa J last' ' ' . .' ' . ...
nicrht that the oTicors of the associa-
county are a numoer oi aristocrat c
poultry breeders and amonr them are
many who have captured numerous
priz ? at state shows.
putter dv the nairo.i rout". JCe
....
hairoil rout'
member, friends, what hard luck be-
f.; ll the Kaiser and Mr. Folk.
It is tough, of course, but we must
boar up under the ioad and not Bol
skeve k.
Oh, boy! I suppose you all hearel
that loud noise a few days ago. It
wzs me filling an affidavit in the po
lice court.
Well, if any of you want to get in
touch with the administration, write
.ue at th; white house or general de
livery. Yours for good business.
O. Wilson.
C.A.VAND1V0RTMAY
HEAD COMM'L. CLUB
Li e Wire Needed To Arouse In
terest Now That The War Is
At An End
Clyele A. Vandivort, one of the pop
u'ar anel aggres.ive business men of I
this ctv, Is said to by slated for
pjec;
dent of the Commercial Club to
m.
coed Charles L. Harr.'san. Friends
of Mr. Vandivort plan to nominate
and elect him without his knowledge
AISER AND HIS
PLAC
ED
England, France And The United
States Said To Be In Favor Of
Prosecuting German Leaders For
Murder
KAISER HAS BEEN INDICTED THREE
TIMES IN LONDON, IT IS ANNOUNCED
First Transport Of AmeJican Sol
diers In France Starts For The
United States Passengers Are
Veterans
Wa ' ivmtoii. November "7. The attempt to be maile to extradite the for-!r-r
Kaiser f: m. Holland, it is unL-r stood has tl. cHicial appioval ot
Washinvrto-i. Dipbj.nat'c reprosor.tati s of Er-rland. L'nite," States and
Fiance coaf erred in Pan's re .ard nr the attempt to p'ace tho former em
peror on tr.al fo- hi "ifc. It '. undrstood that others who were closely
identified with Wilban; Fiokenzollern during the last four years will al.io be
extradited from their present places of abode and w-.l! be taken to England,
where hey will b? compe'iea to stand trial.
lolland, it is undorstcot!, wil! make no attempt to protect the K.aiser if
to do so place, her national standing in jeopardy.
NEW HAMBURG HAS
EPIDEMIC OF FLU
Father Moenig Telephones That
Mo d Of The Inhabitants
Are Mi
An epidemic of influenza has moved
en New Hamburg, in Scott county,
and almost one-half of the popu'btion
of the tovn is ;n bptl yalv ,. Moenig
not:nel tnenus over me teiepnonCj
h(,re yesterday that h? had closed the!
Catholic schools and there would be no.
serv.cos until the epidemic abated.
"I am one of ih few not sick with
the fin," was thc w.uy Father Mo-nig
, , .... , . ....,. n.t
t"c paioco-ai scuvui np u , uui nu
information was
Father Moon g.
not fumushed by
Unless th? eliseasc is place,! under:
contra1, it is expected that the exhi-. th: opinion that it v. is impossible to
bition of Guemey cattle, which is' d-mtanel the one-time emperor's ex
scheeluled to be held at New Ham- tradition.
burg on December wil! likely be The form-r emperor has been n
postponed. Fat mors in that comraun- dieted three tirno for murder in Eng
ity recently purchased a herd of more' '"-"el in eoi-mction with the sinking
than 70 thoroughbred Guernsey cat-' of the Lusitania, German aerial
tie, and it was p anned to hold a pub-j ''a d and the shoring by warship of
lie exhibition on December when!
farmers from adjacent counties would
be invitee! to inspect them.
, . , a
or nis conr-cnt.
His geral popularity would
j,
arouse new interest in the club.
: .. r
active m movements for
is aHvays
the general wo! fare of th city, and
his election as president of the Com- ""'" "'
mcrcial club would undoubteeily division. totahng 4S8 officers ami
bring beneficial results. 12f ;)0 mcn' both of whch P"ated
Now that the war U over, Capej on tho Hri,ih f,ont' have born v',h
Girardeau will renew its normal state drawn from the Li Mans area and
and will wage a campaign for new in- Prohablv will embark in a few das.
dustrles. To accomplish results it is! The 27th s National Guard d:
onccd:d that some eme with pro-' ri,:'on "PI f N'w York
gressivc ideas ma,t be placeel at the' troops. The division took part with
helm. tnr nr'itish in the heavy fighting dur-
. ing the late weeks of the campaign,
Washington, D. C. Nov. 27 Army, resulting :n the breakin'; of the
transportation officials sa d today H ndenburg line south of Ca'fibiia.
that the steamers Minnekahda, Lap-'and
land and Orta, which are bringing
home 7,000 American f old ers from
Egland will arrive at New York about
December. 2.
SEES MAY BE
ON TRIAL
Tiondon. N'ov. 2( It is undei stood
that the quest'on cf the extradtt'on of
I the former Get man emperor is being
coasidoied by Critian law officers oi
the ci-own, who ait working in tMse
cooperation with the French authori
t'es. Action in tho pnmi . was tak-
ii imiiiedialely after the tlghi; of the
foi!iier emperor to Holland.
The Evening News sayj r under-s-tands
the Law oilicers have conclude.;
thai iho iliies are entitled to demand
the extradition of tho foimcr empero
that his decision applies al.-o to
n iividuals who have committed
or
;nstrut.tions for thp commis.
;.- . I i fH,ll
r.vx- j; ,;ian.l takes the vrew that she
has not the power to surrender such
p-v.ons without the consent of Ger
many.
The French Premier,
M. Clemen-
,c,.a nvontly ,,qucst0(i (.f chails
j i u p f .ir.n .'P.r, 0f t'e facu'ty of
! hl.v f the L'nivo.s tv of Pans, an
j
opin'rn on tho possibility of the rx-
trad t ion of Wil'im Hohcnzoliern.
I M r .vnn-CHen a-kw! to he rriven time
! to prepare a decision.
One of the leading French authori
ties en internal onal "aw, Edorarel
Clunet. is reporteel to have advanced
uiitortiiiod coast towns.
American Army Headquarters In
France, Nov. 27 The 76th division
'i vi, ttiit i ii tut .Hint, i " v-. a 1 a
. .
; r "V. L
l,CAKt men, has ai rived at the pert of
' St. Nazire and embarking for home
.
I The -7th division, totaling 484 oiTi-
.....l i.ifci 1 t,"-;it.
.ilso on Belgian soil.
Thc .30th division, known as the
Wili Cat division, is made up of
troops from Tennessee, and North
and South Caroiina3.
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