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Des Moines News, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1920, Des Moines, Iowa VOL. 94. DES MARCH 18, 1920 HOME EDITION HAMERY ATTACKS CAR COMPANY OOR old John n. i He surely a hard row to It. 130 of In the Oil Co. uf Kew according tu latest slock soared to levels last week not n few or us poor been busy out It D. cleaned up list us a Hie increase iu the value of his stock in tills bad tor one In ono week Rockefeller matte as much as DOS Mollies sub- scribed in both Hie first second Liberty Bond drives ilio unite proud nt tile lime of. Hie record we hung as. pared with other of our TUe assets of any four or Vivo of banks here In Dea not his winnings of a build and lour live hotels like the with the money that came to John D. In without nny effort on part. The Harris Interests no would to to sell John D. Hie DCS CUy way Co. property he made last Rockefeller could run the city Dos for three paying cent at expense of his own with tills j near But If John D. undertook that task Jouit ho prove self more limn our I city ao that this sum suffice tor about five of 11 headache to ol the number ot number ml of social and welfare could Do the The Passing Show By Dorman H. Smith WCH Wf WL HE JUMP f WILL FIGHT FOR lays Traction Officials for Overcrowding Cars MACVICAR ISSUES BLAST GERMAN REVOLUTION COLLAPSES FRENCH GIRL TO Du Don Is Home to Sec Mother Du 1 9, and war wbo has been st uily ing English and music Drake leaves this week Cor her home in Du Don completed her cb lion and pas scd the s for e nl mi ice Into American schools the r or three years of Din period she drove al She speaks aq fluently as In the Jolin D. is down In Bolt ko MOP ot I'm out just which of hla receive more from His newly swollen rich men done mankind with He tas extensive medical rt m hM bten Ms moit notable BOt he hi us ne It. A ol very wealthy ot us are lilck Jng an economic system that tli and the poor That makes It tor John He never Has lo worry tltc or the or Ills enrage And asaln II Is mat Ihe CM when ly what UT n some D doubt would a largo if not quite all his Immense How much would lie back lifs life JO five years two no at the He up last nnd much more That is iM Fate may seem to have cards against us In game of may envy tho mun pockets blf particularly when these have come to him out any particular effort on his part. Our existence may seem dark and even Irksome nt U Is then that we should re- member that money la not and happiness are things lie purchased with that respect a lot ot us on John D. the richest far na money Ihc United States Would young man of 30 or 35, pnor an you are when ft cornea to money and rich ns lie want to with who will hrs eighty-first milestone on July 9, ir the Creator so I but r have only one mamma anil must to She expects to to America in July to take up ber GALLS WOOLGAR A MONKEY Municipal Judge More Over Statement of Safety Head Ben made the attributed to Jn the Ins surely a monkey of said Municipal Judge W. G. Bonner fa quoted as having said that he would not instruct tbc lice Department to enforce tlie mor biw against because municipal Judges would only In his statement Judge Don nor Woolgar to tho dockets oE the THURSDAY IS FIRST DAY OF CITY REGISTRATION Thursday ami the first lays to register for the city election 23. The last registration ilay las been set for 21. All voters aro to regardless of whether voted at TWO BOYS ARE PAROLED R. It. and Floyd who were K e n t e need to months In the county Jail they convicted o-f were during good by n Tho ftom of a gueat SUES FOR Alleging thai her er in public and mistreated Ida Mae Worrell has suit for The connle were Id 1917, and in 1920. Mrs. Worrell for a month WANT BROTHERS LOCATED Police n 1 from t Hay a resident About to dip anil asking them to notify antl Friday airon 34 Aso 61, 33, collier Fr IOWA In Usi 51 CUy Daren port Keokuk POINTS and Its sn It An tbe the o In to FOR SHIPPERS portion of M1 nt 34 of at Facts on National Political Meets Here uro facts and figures ol the national conventions name nnd candidates for rational June S. 984, to nominate a Number of whp may 443. Democratic national San Juno 26. of Number to nominate two- thirds majority Number of who will he in- 500. Instructed will be M Xew 7'cnn- West JOHNSON CLAIMS VOTE BROOKED Says Farmers Disfranchised in Minnesota Primary By United frem mera were virtually n Die Minnesota presidential prf mary Send tor Hiram John who was a- declared i Issued at office iero Tli Li primary Mas tlic strong arm of the Tohnson lie charged that the for Genera hfa protes were ojien only an hour In tin Bad roads prevented farm D APARTMENT IS ROBBED f A. C. Wilson notified police that a robber entered he in tbe Dawson Apartment W. and locust night stole to in Tl loot consisted of a traveling ba of and son clot TO INVESTIGATE ALCOHOL SALES Federal Agents lo Start Drive on Druggists Federal agents and Uie start immediate the alleged selling of denatured as an Thomas heart ot tho enforcement 1 force 3 i n t lie said Investigation may menu a series ot raids in order to learn amount ol alcohol Unit gists have on Within a tinie government be located In to make 4 who makes quarters in Council in DCS maki plans a am confident that there a many violators in he Under the federal law are required to a monthly re- port to the government of all alcohol on hand and the amount believes some ol tho reports Ihe arc TODAY'S QUESTION make the best or ANSWERS 1175 good ot both but i think i aru do not lose heads MRS. K. L. 170 expe rience li as hcc ii woman is Slie wl nearly always when MRS. R. 1403 K. think make Just drivers na DEAN HOLMES Drak the best drivers every never whom she Is I knou because 1 have a who hits every telephone post she comest TWO BOYS BOUND OVER 20, George alias Tommy 16, with robbing the postal the Kerr 1790 were hound to the grand Jury Wednesday hearing before has placed at Rally Iton in federal son E- Thei FRANK H. 413 Citizens Bank Building a man makes the lies A man Is trained to think and net A hi just ns and as 1-ut can't stick it In an CRUSADE Unable lo turn up n single clu to the S. Kamen Jewelry rob bery at 513 police and Thursday re their against loafer and idlers Jn more than 10 characters loitering downtown Drake Journalism Class Helps Publish The News How do you like tbe looks of this It's the product of the Journalism of Drake the editorial of Tho Thursday In the Tbo Jumped Into iho work like ns the con- of a which has been given the pant winter under the direction of W. Batten editor of Tfic and other newspaper men ana women of The class tlie beginning of a permanent Journalism Department .it and U featured by Professor heart of the English Nino and one man m Thursday and they battled rain and all obstacles In of the elusive In the class were Anna 1-aura, Margaret Florence Irene and of Keeps His Shows Clean KAPP RESIGNS AS DICTATOR Revolutionary Leaders Wi 1.1 Tlie March Back at ter here Is this hells or allowed on thin The youngest board of censors in the world liny banned Hint kind of C. H. circuit houses in ihe in- the fo the man i has solved ihe censorship owns Ills own four nnd To answers to the oT They're aa every show lo mee wi t h tli o ir n roval they tell ill c l the show don't other children to Ken or he ncti my own can't see 0 STORES HAVING Drivers and Clerks Are Threatening Strike By March Union by drivers and In eight large bere were prevented today by an The injunction prevent a union from with their The ortler from or At the same lime a strike by COO or more retail clerks wan They a minimum tff per week and n. 2.1 per cent increase over present PRIMARIES PER MORE THIS YEAR Tlie city primary Monday cost the city 20 per cent than in 1918, City Clerk Joe Malier The total cost two yearn ago as 57C18- This year the expense wHL be to The Increase IH clue mainly to the in and PARADE of weather the Drake University parade scheduled has been postponed until The parade will consist of 20, floats representing every men I of The Is being In connection with the Drake for i endowment ALLIES OCCUPY Few Casualties When Seize Constantinople United ol 6c will continue n the terms or the Turkish treaty fully according to Two H rl l Esli sold tors wore hi I te ami four in minor hich the The were what Be Arrested 1IUU.KTIN The Cor- Mini U luul that Von Club Will Not Endorse Either Hart on or The on Uic city Wna sky high for a In he in nco a In CUy ho 10 Co. or six for a Jotin a that ho John Hamery Starts Sardine Club be This Is card tlint on John lor Council their attack on sheet CUT any ft tlint it Lio Is ho will HUH the of which fs a the city mill be Tho K was y for tbe of foreign SAYS TREATY SHOULD BE 1'reii March Hoover declared peace should 1m long as Ihc final gives of roum for of He also mid the stale of cannot he unlit the Stales joins of fc a prepared for Ihn former administrator ihal the proposed lo the mom nx DOG r. March con lion ary last ot pif Von Von Iji took ov he government at C p. m. Simultaneously the black hoisted po buildings an 10 of the 01 The centra I of vorkers nt the Kume time o end their The restore ordered Iho on p Chief Von Colonel I REVOLT FAILS COMPLETELY Ebert Government Will turn to Berlin I Complete of the Von revolt was con- by huro Both and war have Von taken over of in In Iho of under Provident Ketum An itto government was lo return to K An earlier said the Ion of Independent Intended to form a indicated that to of wit Ion for let j at 1 in Town by Bald Von Kapp troops lind been anil righting an tant railway city 110 miles nd of Ihn has Horr Von former governor nt n Bloody righting was orn when nnd when Hie attempted to occupy the Tim accord Ens to were after tin and wore ns prisoners by the woro hilled and 70 wout Iho preceded EGGS DOWN as manager for Frank I ef fries nnd nio present City commit at an im- program in of which will call an of for announced iris pi inform. for tin t ailment of statins Iho elty 1 amount to nearly the lg straight toward by most of tlm street iy ita ihe der para lo March 1 d on 1 1 watchdog lo guard liin thieves couldn't start car but and tor i2 for 1? anil Hutter nnd nrn t lupins price nt different In nutter tins nearly 10 In price but itrc is no immediate prospect foi a drop in butter fifty The average price of i now 72 nrn 45 doxen and In i action WHS to Iu It epidemic in the the ulty Is now entitled 10 var In thu a. the cur company iho ulty and that the faro iml hii lit that thu are entitled to baa never peon re If they lo up fare tuok IL away them out The now CUy CouncH givn IL IH his haa a Im ho will lw tho City If lie is lie to In if he to give I Lo him at Ihe first meeting of In: when he will submit It that The resolution calls for ite of of n quarter at Jt tito to run in mieli nnd at tin will lion Is given authority to KCO Unit of the carried Mac in he la not and never of tho Jeffries the fact that the latter IL lo Jdl be IM la his CUy Program If voting public Is i here Is a program already lakl out a City Hull com- for ibo ture of nearly for when added to the debt caused by add to of the city moio IK nn for this and It IH largely Uy those who to profit by sale of to tlie city at C. Van Vhet fk statement to the that is not allied with any faction or candidate and In making liis on Quick Club for Mayor at a Wednesday reorganized Under thf tit In of Political Education Xo action was taken on Ihn matter of throwing Quick's port lo cither or John mayoralty candidates who Quick The club will antl Quick next Sunday nnd It wua de- to leave tho ot porting either or to rach mem bar of the definite action will one way or MOORE MOVES HIS OFFICE school his office from thn mock tti the City Ho to with the Dr. bourn nt thn Hall will tnm to 12 v
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