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Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri DAILY CAPITAL NEWS Should not be dosed for the outside 2i020 Remarkable Values up to the Minute Styles Suits Dresses Coats Blouses Waists Skirts Millinery Etc We have been receiving every day tlm week the styles of MidSummer Dresses Suits Capes Blouses and we would like to have an opportunity to show them to you We want your opinion We think they arc by far the prettiest we have shown this sea son and you know our styles for spring were pronounced the best shown in Jefferson City Tiie prices are very reasonable for the qual ity and style We will consider it a favor n you will come to see them We know you will be pleased Spring Suits Reduced To 2810 YOUR BODYGUARD COf SO j Tc Jane Chapter of the c American Kevolu tior met at the of Mrs Charles o o EPISCOPAL THE PROBLEM OF DRESS is causing a great deal cf concern to Jeffersonians The rich and the laborer alike spend much time and thought and energy in deciding what to wear HOW ABOUT THE ADORNMENT OF THE SOUL Do you spend half as much time tJw ght and energy about the adornment of your soul the imperishable part of as you do about adorning your body the part ei you that goes to dust ARE YOU IN STYLE IN GODS SIGHT Dewcy on the Morcau Drive yesterday i ing hostess The program was j ive yesterday fternoon with Mr Sam lialey assistj iijui j HiGHESTER S PHIS THE UlAMOXO EKAS0 Adlm AnkyonrDrurslltibr fhUrhtstei s flaniond iirond IHIs in Eed ind UoliS metallic boxes staled with Ribiwn otber Jfoy of yonr Urujrzlsu ItltAMJ i Americanization with Miss Roxana i Edward in charge In the absence of I Mrs Huch Stephen Mrs Horace read her paper which was upon I American Problems Miss Ioxana Ed wtrds topics were upon Children of I the American Revolution and Ouvj Flair Plans discussed regardj iinr the next meeting which will be hed June 14 Flag Day NEGRO SLAYER PAROLED Acting Governor Wallace Crossley sas City former State Senator Solon T Gilmore Isaac 3 Kimbrell er Prosecuting Attorney of Jackson County W E Grifiin former Chief of Police of Kansas City and vice chairman of Republican City Com Contesting Delegates to State mittee of Kansas City and Charles Convention Want Tom Murks j Eaird a banker J Kansas City Asking Assistance of 1 o T M 116 DL LOUIS MaCfflie Delegates Polled They conferred with National Com jmitteeman Babler Circuit Clerk ST LOUIS May dele1 Goldstein and Edward W ForistcJ rti Pniuhlirins and today have appointments with a 1 t r nwiiiiTnit SOLD BYCRUSGISTS EVERYWHERE Marks men charge that there was fraud in the holding of the county convention which elected the Marks delegates St Louis will have three members of the Credentials Commit tee in the State convention which will pass on the contests j was recommended by the State I Prison Board on recommendation of Judge W M Kinsey and Circuit At 1 tornev Lawrence McDanicl Kansas City Wednesday arrived in St Louis to confer with politicians j The St Louis organization has j in an effort to obtain support for the j generally been lined up in conven BALDWIN BUYS A HOME Walter L Baldwin has purchased i Subscribe for the NEWS seating of their delegation In the party are Matthew Foster reccntlv defeated for Mayor of Kan j tions with Thomas R Marks whose a house and lot in St Louis Heights leadership in Kansas City is being I from Louis G Schell The consul fought by thedelegation The anti cration was lia closed Friday noon Mrs J McDonald elected superintend 1 of younr people CALENDAR MONDAY Methodist sionary Meeting ocl ock Mrs E E Mansur entertained her bridge club this afternoon Mcsdames IJ W alter Bohling Warren Ward Bass i mann Ralph Harrop Mur r i i phv Polak Perdue Walter Hampton Edwina Wasner will T T John Weber Knignt Lletus lope next week 101Independence to T T O C Steamaier Cecil Petry vjt it Mrs lf and Mrs F B Newkam left for Tipton to visit Mrs New i kunrs mother Mrs Gilbert Mis Mrs Otto Schultz and Miss v Gisli eit2 returnei1 Saturday from a Alsa Pathe j and Vaudeville Mrs Warren Ward will entertain thi club next week Billy the manly son of Mr and Mrs W Bratton celebrated his sixth anniversary a matinee j 1 I party at the Jefferson and to the i json for His guests ini I Morrow The Quality Store V IT Winnbers has from a brief visit to friends n Seda lia Tle club will be enter tained Jlobt J Kcrr Tuesday next 1 The Ruth division of the Christian jja will entertain the Aid Monday i Mary Frances Zuber Jean Miller Charlotte Schelienburger Juanita3 Elizabeth Ann Marron Betty i Miss Carrie Bonn entertained the teachers of Central School at the tea given by the ladies of the Presbyte rian church Friday afternoon at the residence of Mrs D M Oberman Mrs Emil Schott will leave Monday c McClung has returned for Kansas City to visit friends wherc attended a relatives Woodon Billy Decker Ed S Ramsey Don Chapman and Howard Allen Mrs Marion Hampton gave a weiner roast in the bungalow at Me Clung Park Friday evening to the j The four days conference of th Womens Missionary Societies Southwest Jlissouri conducted at the First Methodist Episcopal Church in i teachers of Central School Mis meeting of the Board of the Home I Carrie Bohn Mrs Seward Miss Mary of Aged Baptists Plans were peri Brcmmcrninn Miss Mabel Ives j j fccted to build a new home at Wiley Miss Alie Hurdinir i of i place Mrs McClung was a fruest of j yn and Warren Hampton and j while there i little daughters Elsie and Cleo en joyed a splendid supper and Arthur Zeitz has accepted a posipleasant evening Money back without Question If HUNTS Salve fails in ihc treatment of ITCH ECZZMA RINGWORM TETTER or ether i tching ska discssei Try tt 75 cent box at our risk G A Fischers Drug Store rcjnicinr with him as engineerfor the Kansas City j Waterworks Co Arthur completed Tic Coe County League of Women the course in civil engineering at the be held Thursday Stale University in April and lhe Hotel parlore this splendid position so soon at1 of May 4 The chapj I tcr is indeed quite a comj to lhc of the city Of j plirncnt and his numerous Mends are j gt Louif ag in Aid to I T i 1 1 One Way to Get the Best of Bread is to Eat Another Way to Order the Woman Voter in will j be presented by Mrs Edward Flad j Mr Flad uas a member of the Boar1 of Freeholders which framed the new for that city Delegates to ijthe State Convention of the League j at Jouin v ill be named at this meet ing From Your Grocer J 4 a tl H T T iierson Or The Tom Tliumb Wedding to given jby the teachers and pupils of Central j School is attracting much attention I So many tickets have been sold and KJSO many engaged that it has been de1 I cidod to give he wedding two even ings Thursday and Friday May 6 j and 7 nt p m The fickets wiU ibrmarked with the day they are sold 8l for and those purchase please ob i serve the date on their tickets The seating rarncfty of the auditorium in Centra School is limited so the ne cf tickets bo by thcj j number that can be accommodated I Misses Gladys Schott Kathryn Sin clayand college frieiids Misses Helen Thimmell Frances Adams Wave Hep ler Florence Ludomann Marjory i Stuart Arisa Bolton Tlowena Mc I Kenzic Nell Tewis and Frances Hota iff ncconmanictl by Messrs Tlieo dore Schott William Bushy William Twnedio George Dirckx Hany Ed wards Harold Tope Meredith Wil jliams Charles Schwartz John Taylor Pool and H Montgomery chaperoned by Mrs Emil Schott motored to the Schott bungalow for a steak supper i Saturday evening At 0 oclock the I party returned the Coffee Shop at the Madison Hotelior a dance i AN EVENT OF REMARKABLE VALUE GIVING EAGERLY AWAITED BY WOMEN The values listed below are the strongest and most compelling reasons why you should visit this store and buy liberally SALE OF ONE HUNDRED SUITS AND COlTS Theypossess the distinguishmg qualities them a class favoredbywomen who admire the latest and comprise the very best material obtainable such as Serge Tricotine Poiret Twill Wool Jersey Bolivia Veiour Polo Cloth a Mixtures FEATURED THE FIRST WEEK OF OUR MAY SALES IN TEN SPECIALLY PRICED GROUPS AT 3 and Dress Goods Dept 40 in Printed Georgettes value May Sale Price yard 40 in Printed Pussy Williow Radiant Foulard and values May Sale Price yard 40 in Crepe de Chine white and flesh values May Sale Price yard 40 in Printed Crepe de Chine values May Sale Price yard 35 in Plain and Changeable Taffeta values May Sale Price yard GEORGETTE BLOUSES We have assembled a charming array of Exquisite Blouses that is certain to attract attention for their beauty of style and daintiness Specially Priced During May Sale y C1Q I S19J5 Wash Goods Dept S2 in Fast Color Scotch Zepher worth to Slay Sale Price yard 85c 82 in Serpentine Crepe special per 40 in Burton Bros Voile special Domestic 60 Berkley Cambric 50c value May Sale Price yard 46c Limit 10 yards to customer Silk Finish Percale special per Ladies and Childrens Hosiery Ladies Silk Hose black white and colors worth special per pair Ladies Fibre Siil Hose values special per pair 89c Ladies Cotton Hose black and grey 50c values special per pair Childreivs Black and Cotton Hose special per pair ac cording to sizes 1 23c Ladies and Childrens Underwear adies Knit Unicn Suits special Ladies Knit Union Suits special Ladies Seal Fax Athletic Union Suits ail sizes to Childrens Nainsook Union Suits sizes 6 to 10 59c Childrens Nainsook Waist Union Suits sizes 6 to 12 priced according to siEes and PAUL JONEP MIDDY BLOUSES values Specially Priced at LACE DEPARTMENT Silk Chifion all colors 40 in wide special yd Filet Mesh Insertion and Edges special per An assortment of Neckwear values up to 75c your choice BRASSIERES G5c and 75c values Specially Priced at 49c 8G in Printed Foulards in Dress Goods and values per
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