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Democrat-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 27, 1921, Jefferson City, Missouri PAGE TWO FRIDAY MAY 27 1921 Daily JOSEPH GOLDMAN EDITOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY COLE COUNTY DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO JEFFERSON CITY MO DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per One Entered in the Postoffice at Jefferson City Mis souri as Second Class Matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 213 ATTEND THE MASS MEETING Attend the mass meiting night for the purpose of proposing ways and means of improving the streets If you dont this meeting stop growling about the p streets Hire is an opportunity to do something to get good streets in the The prohibition enforcement borscs in Washington who are still on the payroll say that n spite of the that a small army of agents were stricken from the payroll recently because there was no longer any funds available for paying them tlu tho number of violations do not appear to have increased If this is true the agents are not worth their food or the thirty public has secured all the bootleg supplies needed for the time being Probably both are true William Jennings Bryan has broken loose again he is receiving all kinds of notices republican while the democratic press is not wasting much space on him become a political corpse as quiet repose Mr Bryan has this great truth legislature lus abolished its state public service commission by a most decisive vote It was charged by the that the only duties of consequence discharged by the commission was to increase the rates of corporations This is all any of the state commissions have been doing for last five years and all the interstate commission has done for even a longer period THE HOG Te afternoon newspapers in St LLouis one might easily be led to the conclusion that it is something entirely new in that large city for a be ousted for nonpayment of rent In fact there is drea who had studied for the priest ITS GREAT FOR With Short Skirts Theyre Going Wild This The 1921 mosquito is the wildest most wearing wings Naturally pestiferous the idea of wearing em higher and rolling em lower has so encouraged the mosquito that he has thu appetite and reckless ness of a backslid deacon in Havana First reports from the swamps are that this summers is as ferocious as a starved tiger and has the capacity of a sponge The styles are responsible for the mosquito said Dr Knight to be that a mosquito with an ordinary of the federal health board It used set of tools would wear out his drills in an hour or two and go back to the swamp to die of chagrin Now downright en with knee length skirts and stockings rolled even a mosquito can see the answer to In a new size package REIGN OF TERROR IN CHI CAGOS POLITICAL WAR STRIKE 10 for 10 cts Chicago May 26 United Press Little Italy Chicagos bloody nine ward was sitting on top of a volcano today None of the thousands of residents in the section of thie city are sure of their lives Death by a or of shots fired from ambush may be dealt out at any time without warning The turbulent history of the nine ward started when dAn MANY smokers prefer it Theyll find that this compact package often Lucky Strike Cigarettes will just suit them Try now carry both sizes 10 for 10 cts 20 for 20 cts Its Toasted shot while going to work Threats of reprisals were heard The shooting DAndrea followed strange about such happenings They have been going on ever since Adam and Eve were evicted from the of Eden and they will doubtless be Gabriel blows his trumpet announcing that time shall be no more There have always been rent hogs and there have always been a certain class of people in St Luis every other community who either cannot or wiJI not pay their rent A very if not favorably known man in St Louis was frequently heard to say that he had been renting property in that city for 30 and Lood in Italy gave up his career and immigrated to Chicago The debonair and scholarly DAn drea went into the ward and strove fur political The climax of his stormy career came recently when 13 shots were fired into his body from never paid c rent or was cut one penny for coal He is not to be taken j died a few days later as a sample of tie business men of that city Few of them would want i DAndrea entered politics in 1914 to be measured up with John Thomas Brady the referred to j when he ran for county commissioner and yet there arc many just like him When why he never paid any j He was defeated In 1916 for the rent John Thomas in the habit of saying that he needed the money first time the seat in himself and that as he never had much property to move and knew how to hold on to premises for six months without paying anything he always found it cheapest to move There are always many empty houses in St Louis and it may be true that rents there are unusually high but it is hard to understand how the legislature is going tj help nutters There are always heartbreaking eases of evictions too in every large city but these things have been going on from year to year and will always do so There are human hogs lines of business and the way humanity is running itself it is very doubt ful if a special session of the Missouri legislature could afford any permanent relief CIE WAND i BUFFALO 3 MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS 3 The Grout Ship CITY OF ERIE OF BUFFALO CLEVELAND BETWEEN May 1st to Nov trare CLEVELAND J Lore P It Arrive BUFFALO A M STANDARD CLEVELAND A M at Buffalo for Falls nnd ail Eastern and Canadian points Railroad tickets reading between Cleveland and are ROoJ for transportation on our steamers Agk your ticket agent or tourist agency for tickets via C B Lino New Tourist Automobile 00 Hound Tnp with 2 dayn return limit for cars not exceeding 127 inch wheelbase Beautifully sectional chart of The Great Ship on of five cents Also ask for oar 32page pictorial end descriptive booklet tree ui Tto Cleveland Buffalo Transit Company Cleveland Ohio TheGreat Ship SEEA The Modern Ciga They could be smaller But not better Smoked by men who Write for our Premium Catalog No 4 appreciate the utmost I lewis Cigar Kfg Co NEWARK N J Largest Independent Cigar Factory in the World ciy council of Alderman John Powers who has represented the ward for twentyfive years A bitter campaign followed during the opposing faction was slain in a which Frank Lombardi adherent lof saloon Your cried his assassins lifting their glasses echoed the doomed man As he raised his glass guns blazed and he fell behind the bar shot through the head DAndrea lost the election but his power continued to grow A few months ago broke out again when Powers and DAndrea were contesting in the aldermanic elections The home of Powers was bombed Later the political headquarters of DAndea was wrecked oy an infernal machine when 300 of his lieutenants were meeting Three were seriously injured Again DAndrea was beaten at the polls The day after election Gaetano Esposito a Powers worker was tossed out of a speeding auto in the of the body riddled with bul lets Harry Raymond a Powers aide was found murdered the same day Then came the murder of Paul La briola municipal deputy bailiff and a Powers lieutenant He was NAUGHTY GUN KICKED BABE Ill be perfectly content if theyll leave shot gun scenes out of my next said Bebe Daniels rue fully as she gingerly lifted a very lame arm Ive shot revolvers and Ive a shot gun and I were strangers until this never agin I tried talking nice ro it I it carefully I even wrapped nice cotton wool around the that didnt keep it from hitting me good and hard just when I didnt ex it and Miss Daniels smiled tri Ive seen the film show ing of those particular I dont think would know I wasnt a regular hunter from Hunter ville I didnt oven close my and they say most girls do that This sparking farce by Elmer Har ris the coauthor of So Long Letty Mid Canary is interpreted by an supporting cast ng Jack Holt Edward Martindel William E Lawrence Mame Kelso and Wade Boteler Maurice Camp bell directed with at the camera Other attractions on the same program at the Jeff tonight AD FILLED ROMANCE WANT HE ANNOYED ONE TOO MANY Denver Woman Killed Man Said to Be Notorious Peeping Denver Maq Spencer 27 known in police circles as Cur and said to be a notorious Peeping was shot and killed early today by Mrs Helen Cass when he attacked her near a garage where I she ihad just left her car She fired j three bullets into his body with a small revolver and he fell dead after j running fifty yards Police believe Spencer is the man who has annoyed many women in the Capitol Hill sec tion recently YONE can have Ai of Beautiful Half 7 Sutherland Sisters Hair Grower Grew this Hair BLOODY 19TIP TAKES ANOTHER Saloon Keeper Riddled With Bullets j hi Chicago Wards Feud Chicago May of the bloody nineteenth ward reached But j and claimed another victim early to day Michael lieutenant of the late Anthony DAndrea political who was assassinated rec enty was riddled with bullets in his saloon police said was a feud vic tim the enemies killing him in re prisal for deaths in their ranks following the murder of Fast Work by Australian Was Followed Up i DAndrea out of the bloody Sergeant but this failed to save his life The TurnDown He asked her to a formal dance She went in all her glory He asked to call and sit at home And thats a different story Sun Dial MI Two Famous Echoes i ilif sources of world is the Whisper in the dome of St Pauls where even the or i Im sound made of H returns dis ii tin of a is toss a sound si 17 times A war romance byway of Per sonal classified advertisement col of a London daily paper has just been consummated It is the story of an Australian ex sergeant who after having won the D C M and the M M at the front passed through Birmingham in 1918 en route to camp On a railroad station platform he talked with a pretty girl for fifteen minutes and the Australians being quick a gift of a lock of hair before he left He did not learn name however Returning to Australia he moved to Tasmania and from there wrote the chief constable at Birmingham saying that fallen in love with the girl and asking aid in finding her An advertisement was inserted in a London newspaper the girl saw the agony column notice photographs were exchanged and in a few weeks for Tasmania Dora Sutherland SCALP CLEANER the Great Dandruff Remedy It the dandruff germ For Shampooing it has no equal If Ton Valne Your Hair arid Its Trr SEVEN SUTHERLAND SISTERS not now For Sale by all Druggists and Seven Sutherland Sisters 242 BRADHURST N Y CITY baby Strickly Proper Boston the has fell out of the Boston you mean dear for the Carolina Tar Baby Cross on Foxs Back The American red fox Is found in Bath Knights Sir Auckland Geddes the popular British ambassador was talking at a luncheon about knighthood Knight he said is quite a ed subject Very few people under stand the various types of knight hood their significance and so forth A young lady once said to a young gentleman What are Knights of the Bath the young gentleman answered why Saturday nights of many localities from to gia and westward to the says the American Forestry When it exhibits n rhirk on the back and ii is as the Cross fox mid itie animal is all black with n whin rail It Is called tin Bind Insurance Agency j FRANZ MANAGED Representing only Companies covering Lightning Tornado Plate Glass Accident Health Em Boiler Fly wheel and Insurance 2021i EAST HIGH STREET J The House of Comfort Tonight at and 9 Castle Has Unique History One of the oldest and most fascinat ing English castles The near a unique history The castle is over years old It was built by son of in 448 and rebuilt by de Esses the kings standard bearer in about 1100 The famous Thomas a Beckets mur derers met there In 1162 and laid their During the reign of King John it was noted as the residence of I trie archbishop of Canterbury Accept No Substitutes for o Your Job Work Purely H Vegetable Liver Medicine i The New The only popular hotel in St Completely remodeled and redecorated throughout Centrally located in the heart of the shopping and theatrical district Easily accessible to and from Union Station 265 large comfortable many with 6th and Chestnut Streets 1 Jl 1 II 15t Louis Mo Laclede Hotel 6EBE DANIELS Mill DUCKS AND mm By Elmer Harris Directed by Major Maurice Campbell A rebellious bird in a gilded cage was Teddy Aunty Weeks her guard ian with her constant scolding was bad enough bul marrying a serious young business man would be ten times worse the girl decided The only way to have any fun was to run away and find it What Teddy found sent her home ar tinning What happened to reckless lit tle daredevil will send you home laughing Its a riot of fun Pat he VAUDEVILLE TAYLOR TRIPLETS Talking and Boxing lie and 17c Night lie and 22c C A Coal and Wood ler Wholesale and Cornet Phone 144 Ailo G A FISCHER City Matinee at Get Tickets at TOMORROW EUGENE OBRIEN HIS WIFES MONEY A Good Comedy BRINGING UP HES A FINANCIER GANT BECAUSE HEY ME THREE CENTS TILL TOMORROW WILL You WELL GIMME THE TWo THEN AND ONLY OWE ME A 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