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   Des Moines News, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1920, Des Moines, Iowa                                "-s' DesMoinesNews VOL. 94. DES MOINES, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920 HOME EDITION PRICE- HAMERY ATTACKS CAR COMPANY OOR old John n. KockofoMcrL i He surely a hard row to '.rblm It. holds- MO, 130 slKlrcs of In the Btanitird Oil Co. uf Kew Jersey, according tu latest Hyallablc riyureii. 'phis slock soared to higli levels last week illld .since tlien tiiianders {ami not n few or us poor dubs) been busy out profit. It i.s e.s-tlmmeJ .John D. cleaned up list us a Hie increase iu the value of his stock in tills concern. .N'trt bad tor one week, oh? In ono week Rockefeller matte nbout as much as DOS Mollies sub- scribed in both Hie first und. second Liberty Bond drives ilio >vci-e unite proud nt tile lime of. Hie record we hung ui> as. coin- pared with other of our size. TUe comufncd assets of any four or Vivo of ouv banks here In Dea Moiueti woula not eriual his winnings of a ivcck. ___could build and i-qulp. lour ci- live hotels like the l-'t. ttea with the money that came to John D. In (me. wcok without nny effort on part. The Harris Interests no donoi would be! lluklcd to dcalli to sell John D. Hie DCS Jloines CUy nail- way Co. property 'for irhiit he made last week. Rockefeller could run the city .overnnunl Dos Molnes for three vcar't, paying cwrjr cent at expense I-out of his own liocket. with tills j near UWlc pile. But If John D. undertook that task iiu Jouit ho youlil prove him- self more ccor.omlc.tl limn our I city fathers, ao that this sum i-ouhl suffice tor about five years. .-Instead of three. 11 elvca us'a headache to ol the number ot lllvvor. could' number Jrnriesr and. lllHpUOte 'Hiot. oould ereVlcd.- and-' ml of social and welfare could Do done' Ihruoul the The Passing Show By Dorman H. Smith WCH Wf WL HE JUMP f WILL FIGHT FOR TICKELSALE lays Traction Officials for Overcrowding Cars MACVICAR ISSUES BLAST GERMAN REVOLUTION COLLAPSES FRENCH GIRL TO LEAVyRAKE Mite. Gaby' Du Don Is Going: Home to Sec Mother Mile. Uiiby Du Don, 1 9, connteSs and war hevolnc, wbo has been st uily ing English and music Drake University, leaves this week Cor her home in iirlttnny, I'Vauee. Mile. Du Don completed her Krcn cb cduca lion and pas scd the riHiuired ejcarninAi iipn s for e nl mi ice Into American schools jus.1 the r >roke out. or three years of Din period she drove limhulaitcc al the' front. She now. speaks EngHsli ulmost. aq fluently as Freticli. HIlnl- In the meantime, Jolin D. is down In FlorKfci Blaylitii Bolt iL-yinE ko MOP younl, whllc "'I1 ,wrps ot I'm out just which of hla ;tvlll receive more limds from His newly swollen like'other cxircmeiy rich men Kockcteller liarf done consldernhli ,ov. mankind with l.Is mones'. He tas finnuced extensive medical rt ..eirch'tnal. m hM bten Ms moit notable phllan tliropy. BOt he simply'can'l spcnil hi us ne iniikcs It. A )T ol very wealthy raM1 "nd 'wWle'll'e'rcst ot us are lilck Jng (laws I" an economic system that seemlns'y Jnakes tli 'richer and the poor That system' makes It nice' tor John Tl. He never Has lo worry .bout tltc .bill, or the doc- "tor'n tec. or Ills enrage account, Indccrt. And asaln II Is in-ovoil mat Ihe CM d'arko- vra. when ly observed; -Them what has. gets. UT n lofo'ftis liivo some lUinBs D healtn. ,-nloh nookufeller.no doubt would glvo a largo if not quite all 'of. his Immense lortiinc. How much would lie s'vt l" back lifs life calendai- JO years, five years two years? All. no doubt, at the JV3.S70.SJO He lillccl up last week, nnd much more besides. That is somuthlnr m? iM sHoulii Fate may seem to have Htuckcd tlio cards against us In Itio game of life, may envy tho mun pockets blf winnings, particularly when these have come to him with- out any particular effort on his part. Our rtally existence may seem dark and drab, even Irksome nt times. U Is then that we should re- member that money la not every- thing. Youth. Iiealln and happiness are things lie purchased with gold. TK" that respect a lot ot us ,hnvc smhethinB on John D. Rockefeller, the richest far na money Ihc United States today. Would you, young man of 30 or 35, pnor an you are when ft cornea to money and rich ns lie fs, want to trade. plnceA. with Rockefeller, who will IKISS hrs eighty-first milestone on July 9, ir the Creator so n-llis? I wouldn't. "Oul, but r have only one mamma anil must go. to her." She expects to -return to America in July to take up ber studies. GALLS WOOLGAR A MONKEY Municipal Judge More Over Statement of Safety Head "If Ben Woolgai" made the (.tale- mcnt attributed to hirh Jn the inorn- Ins )io surely mailc a monkey of said Municipal Judge W. G. Bonner Thursday. fa quoted as having said that he would not instruct tbc Po- lice Department to enforce tlie clfm- mor biw against nutoists because municipal Judges would only roleasc Ihem. In his statement Tliursday Judge Don nor "refers Woolgar to tho critnl- dockets oE the court! THURSDAY IS FIRST DAY OF CITY REGISTRATION Thursday ami 'Friday the first lays to register for the city election .larch 23. The last registration ilay las been set for 'March 21. All voters aro .required, to rcgiyter regardless of whether 'they voted at :he prlmarle.4. TWO BOYS ARE PAROLED R. It. McU-tuBhlln and Floyd JackMii, who were K e n t e need to months In the county Jail they convicted o-f lar- were paroled, during good he- by DJrtrJct Le'sior n .Thunday.' Tho boyii ftom the'room of a gueat SHE- SUES FOR "DIVORCE Alleging thai her hushanft er name's in public and mistreated or, Ida Mae Worrell has fUfHl suit for divorce. The connle were marrieil Id TJecem- 1917, and V-vre in January, 1920. Mrs. Worrell for a month alimony, WANT BROTHERS LOCATED Police I'ocoIvert n 1 eleyram from In., Tliursday t Hiiyine Oitit Hay Abbott, a resident there. About to dip anil asking them to notify two' brotliors. I'Ved antl Harvoy Abbolt. tn'Des Molnes, Weather- Friday TnnrnlnK- i-older Friday; airon ililftliiR winds; luweai icnltl almiit 34 Yeir Aso Todiy: UlRlicji lemperaiui 61, 33, pretliillflllon none. tonlplit. lonlfiln collier Fr shldlns winds. IOWA TKIII'ETIATL'RKS ll.QHeiL In Usi 51 hnura) CUy Daren port JtolTiea S.'ljOutjUnue Keokuk IMfsious Cltf Ot'TSlIJK POINTS CUjr rleans ____ iil- and Its sn [Mj mgrnlaR- It prrrlpltaitnn tivcr An u-iril (o tbe upjxr MUShilppI rnl- llphl. the o In to INVORMAT10X FOR SHIPPERS portion of M1 norllow nt 34 of at Facts on National Political Meets Here uro facts and figures ol the national conventions irliicti ,will name Ilepnblican nnd Drmo- cratlc; candidates for president: Hepubllean rational convention, Chk-ago. June S. .Vitintjer o'f dulegatCE 984, Mumtcr to nominate a ma- Number of whp may bo. structed 443. Democratic national conven- tion, San Francisco, Juno 26. Xumber of IQS8. Number to nominate two- thirds majority Number of who will he in- (jtructed- 500. Instructed dclegatloriH will be Soutb M Lcbig-A n, wiEtcon sin, Illinois, Nebraska, Montana, cliysetts, Xew Jersey, 'Ohio, Mary- land, California, IiifHsuia, 7'cnn- Vprmonl. Oregon, Texas, West Virginia. Xevr Hampshire. JOHNSON CLAIMS VOTE BROOKED Says Farmers Disfranchised in Minnesota Primary By United frem WASHINGTON. March- mera were virtually n Die Minnesota presidential prf mary tleclions, Send tor Hiram John who was a- candidate, declared i sluternenl Issued at office iero today. Tli Li primary Mas tlic "Cira1 strong arm act" of the campajgn Tohnson declared. lie charged that the "mucliine' lonductwl thfe for Genera -Vootl, 'uml despHe hfa protes "olla were ojien only an hour In tin 'onlny. Bad roads prevented farm D Koint? 'to the- polls, .Johnee-i 'Ed. APARTMENT IS ROBBED f Mi-a. A. C. Wilson notified police hyrfitlay that a robber entered he rooms- in tbe Dawson Apartment W. Kighlh and locust flirecl night stole junlins to in value. Tl loot consisted of a traveling ba era! of jeivelry and son clot hint'. TO INVESTIGATE ALCOHOL SALES Federal Agents lo Start Drive on Druggists Federal agents in'DCS Molncs and Uie wtll start immediate the alleged selling of denatured utcohol as an intoxi- cant, Thomas Maloncy. heart ot tho [try enforcement 1 :iw force 3 i n t lie state, said Thursday. Investigation may menu a series ot raids in order to learn the' amount ol alcohol Unit drug- gists have on hand. Within a i-eok'ij tinie a, government otfuiu irlH be located In 'DCS Molnes, jn- structed to make .Investlgiilioh 4 ,'j' Maluney, who makes iifcj-- head- quarters in Council Bluffs, lo., in DCS Moilied ThuiwcEiiy maki plans (or a .state inveHli( tlon. "I am confident that there a sreat. many violators in J] he said- Under the federal law druggie., are required to mukc a monthly re- port to the government of all (he alcohol on hand and the amount sHl. says'he believes some ol tho reports received'tn Ihe arc untrue. TODAY'S QUESTION Wlilch make the best nutomobllc or ironum? ANSWERS ItALiPI! E{ JONES. drub'Eial, 1175 good ot both sexes, but i think i aru beat. TIjey do not lose litejr heads rimtty women, MRS. K. L. REDFJiKX, 170 expe rience li as hcc tli.it ii woman is Slie wl nearly always givo .sTfenols, when msin MRS. R. N'. 1403 K. think wonfc'i make Just fjoorl drivers na tlie', men, DEAN HOLMES OOJVPBR. Drak mcn.niakc the best drivers every time. X'woman never whom she Is I knou because 1 have a daughter, who hits every telephone post she comest to. TWO BOYS BOUND OVER Hosklns, 20, -and George y, alias Tommy Jackson, 16, with robbing the postal sla- the Kerr ,1ms store, 1790 -t, were hound -over to the grand Jury Wednesday aft- a' hearing before Piper, comTnlsaloner. bond, has .been placed at Rally Oallown ch.irffcil Iton in federal ernoon son E- Thei FRANK H. MACKMAN. tomey, 413 Citizens Bank Building beHeve a man makes the lies driver. A man Is trained to think and net quickly, A womsn hi just ns and tVilnk Jiia as quickly, 1-ut s'hc can't stick it In an emergency. OH.HUMl'NOTHER CRUSADE Unable lo turn up n single clu to the S. Kamen Jewelry sloro rob bery at 513 W, Walnut-al TueBilay police and Thursday re ncwed their cru.sade against loafer and idlers Jn Detective.-) arrestttl more than 10 characters loitering iround downtown strcet-i. Drake Journalism Class Helps Publish The News How do you like tbe looks of this paper? Pretty- classy, tvh.it? It's the product of the Journalism of Drake University, the editorial alalf of Tho >NOWH Thursday In piiblMiinff the paper. Tbo ela-sa Jumped Into iho work like tried, ns the con- clusion of a courae, which has been given the pant winter under the direction of W. K, Batten field, editor of Tfic Xeu-s, and other newspaper men ana women of (he city. The class tlie beginning of a permanent Journalism Department .it IJrrike and U being: featured by Professor WorlhJnglon Smltli, heart of the English Department. Nino frjrld and one man fcroko m "eub" Thursday and they battled rain and all obstacles In of the elusive newn. In the class were Anna 1-aura, Klla Stein. Price, Margaret Hawlej; Florence Karley, Irene Wlltcfnaon, Korma. Lxtube and Norpian Thompson. of Censors" Keeps His Shows Clean KAPP RESIGNS AS DICTATOR Revolutionary Leaders Wi iecf4l 1.1 Tlie Xcwi SPOKANE, WasV.. March Back KWeo at tlif Thea- ter here Is this sign: "Mo hells or allowed on thin stage." The youngest board of censors in the world liny banned Hint kind of 'Doc" C. H. Crews, I.oesv circuit houses in ihe N'urlinvest, in- cluding the Hippodromo. fo the man i has solved ihe censorship prob- lem. Hi; owns Ills own board! BunriE inomhcra numlii-r four nnd tlnco ylrls. To the: CrcwR answers to the naiine oT "Dart." They're k'nown aa "Crews' Crew. Tliey ceiiHor every show thnl tioiiie lo thft ]f acts-. iloii't mee wi t h tli o ir n roval they tell ill c l kecj> the show Crows, "1 don't u-un other poopln'.) children to Ken or he ncti my own UIiMJcs can't see 0 hear." STORES HAVING LABORJROUBLE Drivers and Clerks Are Threatening Strike By Unitrd CHICAGO, March Union ac- tivltle.i by drivers and In eight large dPpartnieni titore.4 bere were prevented today by an injunc- tion. The KJflffs sodg-Iit 'tiro injunction prevent a newly-formed union from "interfering with their hual- The ortler re-sCraltia employo.s from picketing, or EoHclllnG memberships. At the same lime a strike by COO or more retail clerks wan threatened. They dcmaiuleii a minimum tff J40 per week and n. 2.1 per cent increase over present salaries. PRIMARIES PER MORE THIS YEAR Tlie city primary Monday cost the city 20 per cent mon: than in 1918, City Clerk Joe Malier aiatcd Tburs- day. The total cost two yearn ago as 57C18- This year the expense wHL be elOKC to The Increase IH clue mainly to the incrcaRC in penfiatlon (or jmlges and clerks. PARADE JJcnnuHft of weather condlllona the Drake University parade scheduled I'Viclay has been postponed until Monday. The parade will consist of 20, floats representing every "depart- men I of school, The pnriulc Is being atajrrd In connection with the Drake cam- for i endowment futt: ALLIES OCCUPY TURKJAPITAL Few Casualties When Troopi Seize Constantinople United ITeil LOXI30N, .Mil rcti Atllct] occi pailon ol ConKlfintlrLoplo, whEcb 6c cnrrrd. yesterday, will continue n the terms or the Turkish treaty fully executed, according to orflcia nnouncement.. Two H rl l Esli sold tors wore hi I te ami four woundi.il in minor cfuuho hich nltonded the unOer ltmeral Milne. The Turklali.caauaHlofi were some- what heavier. Be Arrested 1IUU.KTIN VAH1S, .Murch The Cor- iniiii ilfkgMlion Mini loOay U luul rrri-lvcil that llr. iitnl Von Liiftwifz Ijfive )uick Club Will Not Endorse Either Hart on or Gibson. The on Uic city campfilgn Wna sky high Tluirsdny. .John Hamcry, for ouncll, Jsijiird a scorchlnR stale- iciil In ivliich he in Intro- nco a reaoliuion In CUy Council, e-illntcly ho )n 10 DP3 CMy Co. si.le or six Uekfils for a unrtrr. Jotin MacVici.r iramfl fonh wllh a IfXtctnonL dPiiyiiiff that ho ncl- John Hamery Starts Sardine Club "Wliy be This Is card tlint nppcarcd on Hlrceis :Tluusilny John Itaniery lor Council their attack on ttie sheet CUT Ilnmery any ft tlint it Lio Is otccteJ, ho will HUH the franchliro of tlio which fs a conlnict the city mill company, be enforceil. Tho K was y for tbe proircllon of foreign nationalities. HOOVBR SAYS TREATY SHOULD BE AECEPTED UnHtd 1'reii ASIUNGTON, March tier- bcrl Hoover .today declared peace ti-euiy should 1m accepted, "so long as Ihc final form. gives frccrtoiji of ncllon roum for coimruclivc develnpmcrvt of He also mid Ihnf the tfrou-Jjjg stale of liUcrn.ilIonal .-mlagonlsm cannot he moilerrUcd unlit the Stales joins tlio of Nations- fc In' a Htatcmeiit prepared for (iifi WaHliLnuion Rtar, Ihn former administrator tiasorte'J ihal the erviUlons proposed lo the ircniy HhoulU "Frtllnfy (he mom tlmlil nx DOG r. UUIIUN. March con nte'r. i-evohi lion ary di  Von Iji iir7der TresldOn't "EltWrC' took ov he government at C p. m. Simultaneously the black hoisted ovPr.'jtho po buildings an :L dynilxi 10 dcft'ai of the moiiiirculttt 01 .Ptit. The centra I conuniltco of i-all vorkers nt the Kume time d.-c o end their KlrJke ImmciHaiely The J3bcrt soveriunenl, restore nvcr, hn.s ordered Iho nrros on p Chief Von .Tugow. AOmlnil Hrc.loceck, Colonel I REVOLT FAILS COMPLETELY Ebert Government Will Ke-j turn to Berlin I Complete collni.se of the Von JJI'M.- revolt 'In was con- firmcil by huro loilny. Both revoluiloniiry UlcUUor and Jiln war inlnlHicr have rOHlyimU, XolUiny JSalil Uc-n- Von taken over of troop.s in Kcrlfn In Iho iinmu of CiiiMlnv lliiucr, clmncellor under Provident Kherl. Kbcrt li. Ketum An ICxchangn Tclrgrnpli tli: suit! itto Khcrt government was expcclcd lo return to Uc-rlln K An earlier dtaitntch said the coitll- Ion of Independent KoclnlinlH jmc) -ommnnlst-s Intended to form a aoviet republic, cAniimc! indicated that ttioSniirlHcraiiif conllnnn to prcHStKelr of   most haiMieniiiy; of li, utiucked tlm street coin- iy "tor ovtTtToivrtiiig ita cara. ihe influvnia der crovvilhig1 para lo AND. March 1 A, lnc.il d on 1 1 at, watchdog lo guard liin thieves couldn't start iho. car but laprobe and tor i2 oenUr Xow for 1? anil CVnt IMzeji; Butlrr liolng I'p Hutter nnd ojfgn nrn t lupins price nciilo nt different In MolnrM. nutter tins ralsrd nearly 10 ccnla In price but itrc stendjty fiolnj is no immediate prospect foi a drop in butter prJcea, OeaEem fifty The average retnll price of hultej i now 72 cfntn. Kgga nrn 45 doxen and In xtme Instnncej i 'Jf hitPh action WHS iificcsaavy to provota LllHtaae Iu It epidemic in the liamery detlare.t the ulty Is now entitled 10 iii-uvvnr var service. "Judge -Mart In tluil thu franuhtau a. eoniract between, the cur company itiul iho ulty ol' .MoJni-M and that the faro cou.J iml hii lit tneun.i that thu peoplo are entitled to fare. "Tlit- CJty Cuimidl baa never tliu peon re If they lo up IhJs fare provision. Liut tuok IL away fnjm them with- out right. The now CUy CouncH mu.it givn IL Kesaliillun IH 'I'o provu his Miicurlty lij.mory haa dratlcil a rciiolntion, whldli Im ho will Hiiumlt lw tho City :ll If lie is elected., lie aakuil TIio to h'oltl (bin rcaohuion In nnd, if he La- elected, to give I Lo him at Ihe first meeting of In: (jouncll when he will submit It ,u that liody. The resolution calls for Initnedl- ite of tin; ssilc of -six llckela foj- n quarter at linvn Jt ftj.to cornjjels tito ininpany to run car.s- in mieli num- icrH nnd at xucli IntervnIs tin will iimvent corpora- lion eciunsol Is given authority to KCO Unit of the roso-i itlrm m'c- carried onl. Mac Vicar, in slntcnient. 
                            

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