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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                DAILY CAPITALNEWS SATURDAY MAY TJIE MAP SCRAMBLE FOR RESERVED SEATS TO THE American Legion o 8 SON THEATRE Tuesday Evening May 4 CAN BE A VOIDED IF YOU BUY TICKETS NOW Reserve Them at the Rexall Store Saturday at 10 A M May 1 Dont fail to see the 40 Fighting Fun Makers in Action O o Gladys Schott and Kaihryn until tomorrow Today is crowded with social affairs for the guests who are Misses Helen RummeH Frances Adams Ytave Hepler Florence Lude rnann Marjory Stuart Arisa Bolton Kowcna McKenzie Neil Lexvis and Frances Hotaling 1 Misses Edith and Agnes Xoonan at their home on West Main street en tertained the Enlre Nous cluu Thursday eveningThe members in clude Misses Edith am Noo nan Marie Rakhel Theresa Overman Angela Tihen Anna Marie Ruwart Lydia Kocher Marie Muenks Mrs Richard Nacy and Mrs John Hiesei The amusement is five hundred Misses Muenks and Raithel won thj honors of the evening Mrs Nacy will entertain next Thursday evening with a tacky par H1LPREN Should not ie dosad for the outside VlfXSVAPQiBJi YOUR BODYGUARD BigamistMurderer Cant i f 1C Remember Names of His Z5 fives 7 Are Missing Los Angeles Man is Alleged to Have Had a Desire to Women EGRESS ARRESTED Former Servant is Charged with Theft from Home of James A Houchin Franklin at the home of Mr and Mr John Giesecke in Failmount Place Mrs Claude Clark has returned j from a visit with Mr and Mrs J i Henry Johnson in Kansas City Harold Pope lias resigned his posi tion with the Weatherby Shoe Co to accept a place with the Liggett Mey1 ers Tobacco Co as traveling salesman i Mrs Charles DewevD A 11 Ml is and accommodat1 Jefferson Brother j and his success is assured I n the T Sirs A E Longenecker entertained CALENDAR Mrs C L Porter left Friday for a visit with friends in Kansas City i in honor of Mrs E C Hamlin of In Mr and MrsCharles Tieman of j dependence Thursday afternoon at her home on the Moreau Drive The guests included close friends of California were visitors in the city Thursday iMrs Frances S Burkhardt is in St Louis attending Convention the one honored Mrs Hamlin will the Underwriters and Mrs A C be after next week at 1148 street Mrs Paul Brace left yesterday for an extended visit to Judge Theodore Brace and faniiy in Paris Miss Vale Thurman county super intendent of Lincoln County was a guest of Mrs B F Reed during the convention Spangler superintendent of Henry County remained after the close of the convention to visit with her friend Mrs Al Morrow Miss Mary Lee entertained guests Thursday evening in honor of Miss Leona Enloe alias Kendle a ne arrested in St Louis yes terday at the instigation of Sheriff Richter on a charge of having stplen some bed clothes the home of James where she was em ployed as a After the Enloe woman left a num ber of bedspreads and blankets were missed by Mrs Houchin A search was made amongthe effects of the woman which were in storage here it is claimed three bedspreads found and identified was employed as a maid in the home of Judge W M Robert son of St Louis a former resident of this citv She will he brought here v for trial y Associated Press LOS ANCELES April and bigamy will be the I charge against James R Huirt who admitted to the district attorney to jday that he had killed two i contributed to the death of two more s and had married at least 20 j Huirt said lihe could not remember j what happened to some of the women because of weakened condition resulting from two attempts to com mit suicide the district attorney said A desire to kill obsessed him four years ago Tluirt was allpged to have said and women were his especial victims There was no direct motive I their deaths he was quoted as sayfng More than 25 marriages have been attributed by officers here Seven wives are listed 45 missing The officers said Huirt told them he did not now his right name but admitted having used many aliases j return to her home today I i Mrs John S Sullivan departed yes terday afternoon for St Louis She wili return Tuesday accompanied byi her niece Miss Agnes Black of who will remain unti Mrs Sullivan goes to her summer home Miss Black accompany her ARCHBISHOP ON VISIT TO CATHOLICS IN JAPAN Pope May Keep Dignitary There if Extcndejd Proper Rec ognitiqn PRICE IS NOW lOc NicMe Drinks Entirely From Menus at Soda Fountains Miss Belle Prosser of Kansas City arrive today to visit relatives April 28th was the first anniversary of Lewis Fontaine Platt and April i 30th the anniversary of Mrs Orian j Prosser The days will be appropri j ately celebrated tomorrow at the i home of Mr and Mrs Edson Bureh in i Money back without qunpon If HUNTS Salve fails In hc RINGWORM TETTER or ctheritchmg skindiseases Try 75 cent box at our risk G A Fischers Drug Store The tea given by the Woodcrest circle of the Presbyterian church at the home of Mr and Mrs D M i Oberman Friday afternoon and even handsome and commodious home of j Mr and Mrs Oberman was crowded at both and a large sum was realized from the sale of the exchange and bazaar i Miss Gladys Schott came over from Stephens College Friday accom panied by nine of her sorority sisters who will visit in the home of Misses The h has again hit the city Gokes anil other soft drinks Have taken a jump and hereafter the shot of and will cost lOc plus the tax of Ic Sodas take a hike loc to The mark which only followcd cokes has not entirely dis appeared from the menu of the soft drink places f High cost of syrupes coco cola and other ingredients force theincrease in price dispensers say ESTTERTCHURCH MOVEMENT GETS GIFT OF XEW YORK April milr lion dollars as an anonymous gift to the Interchurch World Movement today brought the total of the fund above it was anonuuced at campaign headquarters One Way to Get the Best of Bread is to Eat Another Way to Order and By TOKIO April 30 Archbishpp ePtro Fumasoni who has 5jpst ar rived in has the Popes blessing upon all here and expressed his high consider ation for the Japanese He is ths third envoy sent to coun try from the Vatican f first was Cardinal QConnell of Boston and the second Archbishop Petreli who presented to the Em erpor the Popes congratulations up on his accession to the Throne Archbisliop Fumasoni will stay about three years in Japan and remain permanently as Apostolic Delegate if the Japanese government extends to him the recqgniation ex tended civil governments the Vatican basing willing it is said to reciprocateby inviting a permanent Japanese representative to the Holy See A few months ago Captain Yamamoto was sent to the Pope on an official mission from the Japanese government The archbishop comes from India where he helcl the post of Apostolic Degelate for the past few years Re ferring to the Catholic inhabitantsof the Carolines and the Mariannes is lands who have been without clergy since the German missionaries were repatriated Archbishop Fumaspni said that hese islands are now under the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Sydney OOOOCOOCODOCQOOOOCOO A urn Ultimate is rtjore popu lar than primary producing because the ultimate consuming can be done sitting down and in the ton Post From Your Grocer Jefferson City A Great Photoplay by Jos Medill Patterson Frank Kathryn Adams J Bar ney Sherry Did you ever see this wonderful LITTLE BROTHER OF THE RICH on the stage jThen youll doubly enjoy it in jthis great picture Heres one of the supreme joysof picturc i dom From the pen of the great I Joseph Medill Patterson This i is the play that created a furore Jin hundreds of cities as a jplay To miss it means missing i one of the biggest photoplay productions of the season A j thrilling story of Society and the DONT MISS IT This comment on state finances is from the Springfield LeaderDemo crat To abort a cold and prevent com plications take have just received a limited in bwo Better order yonrs now as our supply is it is practieally imposr sible to secureinore Baby Special Hoover Also Sold Payment Plan A DEMONSTRATION OLiyEEHEINRICHSFURTNITURE tp Agree Ofl for Aid to ExSoldiers Universal photodramawith an alli tion each with a relatively impoit i star cast featuring Frank Mayo J 1 ant part is unusual And an un Barney Sherry and Kathryn Adams appearance of three such popular players as Mayo Meeting Closes a Wrangle Four Meet Again J Miss Adams appear in one produc usual story was required to teeing them together Subscribe the HIS NAUGHTY WIFE Sunshine Comedy VAUDEVILLE THELMA MELLS TRIO Comedy Novelty Admission 11 and 17c fRv Tlip Associntefl Press WASHINGTON April a four House Republi cans late tonight abandoned plans for passing the soldiers relief legis iation next Monday and ttdjourned their party conference at inidnight without setting a date for action Wide differences of opinion de yeloped in the conference The op position centering principally against a sale tax to raise part of the one billion eight hundred million needed for carrying out provisions of the bill Representative Mondell floor lead or of the Republicans announced that another party conference would beheld late next week TIIE KEENEST PALATE CANNOT DETECT PALE Is NOT 3 iiear beer that ferments AFTER a thoroughly fermented JEFFERSON TODAY The purified and refined calomel tablets that are Jiausealess safe and sure Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved Sold only in sealed packages Price 35c Paul Potter the athletic idol of Yale was a striking example of this truism He left college to earnhis living that he might marry Sylvia I Castlo When old man Castle i wrecked his bandt and died in difi grace Potter thought he was of too fine an old colonial stock to stand by I the girl So she went alone to San Fran cisco and found work in a restaurant And Potter polished in a slime of pseiulo respectability forgot the girl until hebecame so badly involved with women that he sought her out as a iefuge What happened thereafter is vivid ly depicted gt in A Little Brother of the a aged in the vats four months made from barley and hops ONLY just like the brews of forty years ago but afterward by our new v Patent Vacuum Process First operated Nov 5 1919 by Instead of the high wines ONLY are not one atom of brewing flavor snap cr aroma taken out hence it is delightfully EXHILARATING SUPPLY YOURSELF WITH MINNEHAHA WITHOUT DELAY GOLDEN GRAIN JUICE COMPANY Minneapolis U A j We ship to any part of the U S HAASLIEBER GROCERY Disi St Louis Mo   

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