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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                All the Local News Ail the World News News When it Is News MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE WEATHER Misuiisri Mostly Wednes day and Thursday possibly lo cal showers not much change in temperature JEFFERSON WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1920 No 64 MISSOURI G 0 P TO PUSSYFOOT ON THE LEAGUE DONATIONS Leaders Fear Chicago Nominee May Favor Pact Providing for World Peace COLE TO BE CHAIRMAN OF PLATFORM COMMITTEE Former Secretary to Spencer is Known as an Avowed Enemy of Peace Plan General Genzales Goes Over to Revolutionists Huerta Rebel President Leaders Name Sonora Governor Until Successor is Establish Prohibition and Stop LEGION PLEASING TO LARGE BOSSES WON TEMPORARY SEATS IN CONVENTION The Assniiated Piess KANSAS CITY May Republican central committee meeting here on the eve of the state here tomorrow to select delegatesatlarge to the national con in Chicago late today voted to seat in the temporary convention organization a delegation from Kan sas City headed by Thomas Marks A delegation front Buchanan County John Albns also was placed on the temporary roll The committee ruling in both contests will be taken up by the credentials committe of the convention tomorrow Consideration of the contests was the principal preconvention Special to The Capital News CITY May publican State leaders reluctant to the Republican State conyen tion tomorrow go on recordwith a definite position as to the league of nations have decided that they evade the issue in the resolutions j but woll arrange for the selection of Missouri member of the Platform Gonjjnittee of the Republican nation i Appreciative Audience More Than Fills Jefferson Theater for Production EVERY PARTICIPANT RENDERED PART WELL Music is Exceptional Feature of Evenings Good Talent Shown I By The Associated Press j WASHINGTON May IGonzales long regarded by Carranza I as his staunchest supporter has join j ed the revolution according to advices i today through official channels He was a few miles east of Mexico City in command of two regi ments of Federal troops and has sev most railway lines extending tc Vera Ctuz Another report through unofficial channels said high military officers whom Cairanza summoned in council Decently had supplemented their I advice to him to resign with an ulti matum fixing May 15 as the limit for his tenure of office The American Legion Minstrel produced last night by members of Roscpe Enloe Post No 5 was greet ed by a standing room only house full of appreciative people at the Jefferson theater Interest in the production had been intense since the seat sale opened last Saturday morning and did not Cable companies refused today to accept messages for for the first time since the uprising This was construed as an indication that the revoluationists have cut the land wires The only land wires left the government for direct communication with the United States are those through Eagle Pass and Laredo NACO SONORA May of the revolutionary movement in government Governor Huerta of Sonora has who will stand Jlaithel as end declaration against a rKri league of nations even with reserva tions W L Cole chairman of the State Committee who is slated for one of the delegates at large to the national confehtion hasbeen chosen by the leaders for member of the Platform Committee A meeting of the mem bers of the Missouri delegation will be held late his afternoon or tomor row to pick Cole no orgari izecl opposition to him has developed and the leaders expect to elect him without difficulty Cole and Babler Agree At conferences last night Jacob L Babler National Committeerrian from Missouri W Hukriede for mer chairman of the State Commit tee and Cole agreed because of the uncertainty as to who the nomi grow any the less until the final drop Northern Mexico met here today to the curtain which closed the pername a cabinet for the provisional formance last night As interlocutor JoeNacy played a most excellent pait His support by all members of the company was goodand Billy Smith and Charles men did quite well indeed as did Tom Gorkey John Thompson Earl Ruthven and Leon ardRice as tambos The chorus which was composed of Ralph Asel A Linxwiler R L Chapman Paul C Hunt Raymond Hagener Dorris Wommack Frank Sone Lucian G Ross H J McClure John Smith J Barton Baker Johnson Vest C Harrison Ben C Porter Geo Schneider Hugh A Schuetz F Lindley G E been made provisional president until a man to succeed him can selected by the governors of the re volting states Governor Huerta an nounced an ultimate aim of the revo lutionary partyis to establish prohi bition and stop the gambling in Mexico Herta today invited foreign capital to enter Mexico if the revolution proves successful Newspaper People Are Gathering at Columbia For Journalism Week Leaders in Profession Tell of j News Gathering an3 Illus Attend Senates Committee COUNTY COURT WILL System Will Undergo PAY KOAD DISTRICT Change Leaders Declare i DUE IT COLUMBIA May paper men and wbmen from this and other states were arriving in large numbers on every train asthe sec ond day of Journalism Week began at the School of Journalism here to day Communications received from the editors of Missouri and other invited guests from all over the country Indicate that the attendance this year will be larger than ever before News and the methods for gath ering and presenting it gave way as the subject for discussion on to1 days program to features of news paper production other than news Lack of Funds Prevents Action I Now But Arrangements Will Be Made for It Democrats and Republicans Are Agreed on Plan to Eliminate Many Useless Bodies to Elim inate Waste of Ttime j IALL THREE MEMBERS ARE AGREED ON CLAIMS MERIT By DAVID LAWRENCE A Special Correspondent to Daily Capital News The keynote lecture of the morning program was that of Marvin H Creager literary editor Kan sas City Star who spoke on Other Than D R Fitzpatrick cartoonist for the St Louis Post Dispatch entertained audience with cartoons drawn as he talked on the function of the cartoon in the daily newspaper C L Kutt man aging editor of the St Joseph News Press spoke on Making the Edi torial and Barton W Curtis editor of the Country Gentleman on What the Editor Is Looking The theory and piactice of the edi torial was continued this afternoon in an address by Henry edi torial writer for the St Louis Globe Democrat Marion F Parker sport editor of the GlobeDempcat talked on his department of the paper and W Powell editor of the bttumwa Courier recounted Some Les sons from The Newspaper Some Other J J Tay lor of the Dallas News open ed the first program in the Univers ity auditorium tonight At the same meeting Mrs J C de Veyra wife of the resident commissioner from the Philippine Islands made her first EL PASO TEXAS May public appearance in Columbia This Greenlaw son of Eben Franis Green f Flagstaff Arizona who with another son was killed by Mexicans Forck R V Schulte shared in all near Ki Ore Sunday was murdered applause of the evning Special entertainment by Miss Myrene Houchin Dick Nacy Harold Tucker Dr Richard P Dorris Fred erick A Schroer and Leonard Rice did Miss Houchin was at the piano A number of more than usual merit was the Putorius Memphitis nee for President would be it would jorchestia which was composed of M for the State convention to take no definite league of nations position on the but that instead a State platform should be adopted which would be acceptable to any candidate Carrying out this idea it is the Patrick Noland Wrightman Clark Joe Norman Clifford English Kenneth Nichols Howard Payne Andrew Seward and Roger English entertainment starting with three poular isongs by the entire j company pleasing Monday at the same place by Mexi cans according to advices received here tonight The informationwas received by Joe Greenlaw a son of Eben Greenlaw in a telegram from his sifter in Arizona Delinquent Car Owners Must Secure 1920 Tags or Answer Court Summons delightful woman who has charmed the diplomatic circles in Washington during her residence there was en thusiastically received by the audi ence Tomorrow willbe Advertising Day of Journalism week and prominent member of this profession will be here to lecture of their field of journalism NEW MACHINERY BOUGHT BY DAILY CAPITAL NEWS intention of the leaders to have the Songs Raithel Tom Gor State platform merely declare the key Earl Ruthven John Thompson opposition of the Republican party to the league covenant as reported by President Wilson It is their idea that it should not declare against the pinpose of the league and should not be against the league with the Lodge reservations It is not beyond the realm of possi bility they believe that the persi dential nominee will be Somebody who believes in the leagiie and who has made a public statement that he is in accord with the Lodge reser If that should come about lie Missouri Republicans would not fcant to be On record against any sue ole Strongly Against League s a matter of fact however they against any league and are car G F ForcTc Billy Smith Wommack and J Barton were received by the audience Music by the orchestra under Dorris well Sheriff Richter and Chief Gret line Will Enforce Law Re garding Licenses the direction of Phil A Dallmeyer was a pleasing feature of the evenings entertainment Those who composed the orchestra were Pete Scheil Dr E T Tanner Clar ence Blume Louis Burkel Ross Fred Williams Oscar Muck Frank Russell Claude G Bartlett John Heislen Clifford English Oscar Graessle Theodore Haar NEW UNIFORMS ARE BOUGHT BY FIRE DEPARTMENT BOYS Members of the fire department Automobile owners who have not secured new license plates for their cars this year had better be on the lookout for Sheriff A B Richter or Chief of Police Frank Gretlein and his men Secretary of State John L Sulli van has started his annual drive for delinquents and will show no mercy In a letter to Sheriff Richter yes terday Mr Sullivan called attention to the fact that a decrease in the number of cars in Cole County is shown by the number of plates is sued In 1919 there were while this year shows only or a decrease of 138 Secretary Sullivan is of the opin ion there is no such thing as a de stepped out in new uniforms yester1 crease in cars and calls the officers jigout their progam to have the fonal Republican position de against any league le is very pronounced in his If he had had his way the plican State Committee long ago have gone on record against ue i vacancies the received instructions from Hays of the National Corn Missouri delegates to the day that made the eyes of the ordiattention to nary man water with envy at the matter thought of anyone having half enough money to make such a purchase It was reported that shortly after the nnpearance of the new suits Mayor Rephlo was kept busy for sometime the law regarding this Sheriff Richter saw a car or two Business of Company Increasing to Such Extent Other Addi tions Are Coming Increase in business has resulted in a newT Cleveland folding machine be ing added to the mechanical equip ment of the Daily Capital News With the installation of this machine which can make 190 types of folds the office IART1N TAAKE WILL WASHINGTON May ization or the committee system of i the United States Senate advocated years and discussed ami j ugain ithout result is at to le Instead of 77 com mittees with innumerable subcom mittees taking up the time of mem bers so that frequently it is impos sible to get a committee quorum there will not be more than 30 com mittees Eveiy Senator will be a Arm member of one of the 17 or jor committees and a member of at least 12 or 13 minor may prove to be the first step to ward a reorginazatioit of the 10 Gov ernment departments I lOCP AF1 I PIHT IU5S OF LEF1 ill Probably Pay a Part This Year and Remainder During Next Year Well Known YoungShoeworkei is Caught in Belt and Arm Twisted Off Indications point to the fact that all trouble between the county court and the Jefferson City Special Road District will be ironed out All members of the court arcagreed the county owes the district CONDITION REPORTED amount sf thf iiFtrict rnr5n T ATP T AQT TVTPHT lts 01 thc dramshop pool and LATE LAST MGHTj Jjcense am fm the coleetion j of all accounts during 1918 Was Tom Off at Elbow j There has been some talk of a but Remainder is Removed sujt over the amount but since the by His Physicians j county court acknowledges the ae count nad has agreed to pay the Prpss j amount when finances such as to Despite his intense suffering as a This proposal of change has met ofr at resultof his right arm being torn East End shoe factorv ves permit it is thought all will fie well The court is expected to definitely settle thc matter today by making with the approval of Republicans and j terday Martin Taake was reported j an effeet te moneywill Democrats and a subcommittee of to be loinS nicelv at lloj be paid during the presentyear in the Senate Committee on Rules has just been authorized to submit a comprehensive plan to the full Com pital late last night While Mj Taake is expected to be consideiablv worse today as a result mittee on Rules and the prospects j of the reaction from the shock his and that the scheme will go through this session recovery is expected because of thc j manner in which he has been able to stand the accident Democrats Planned Same Action i Taake a foreman in the sole leath Democrats told their Republican J er department of the factory was colleagues at last nights meeting j working on a machine and was in the tliat they planned the identical method of reorginazation when they came into power eight years ago but that all soits of obstacles came up to pre vent action Senator Medill McCor V mick of Illinois is the father of the plan Incidentally he has pushed the budget through the Senate His hobby is efficiency in government and a number of Senators have from time given their suppor to various plans for the rearrangement of Gov ernment service The Illinois Sena tor has gotten behind the idea and is centering his whole legislative career on efficiency Concentration Idea Not New The idea of concentrating commit tee work in the Senate in a few com mittees is not new but no paity has hitherto been able to shut off the little patronage privileges and po act of moving a belt from one pully to another The belt in some way became twisted and caught the im fortunate young mans arm lifting him from the floor and whirling him around the pulley twice with such force his arm was torn off at the elbow While being whirled his head and body were bruised because of striking objects Before the machinery could lie stopped the arm was twisted off and Taake was thrown to the floor un conscious Physicians were immediately sum moned and emergency treatment ad ministered before his removal to the hospital where the remainder of the ann was amputated Taake is manned and is the fath er of a young daughter He has been employed at the factory for a long time and is held in hirh esteem litical camouflage that went with i membershipin several committees The burdens brought on by war however and a congested calendar have made the members of the Sen ate more than ever desirous of cut ting out insignificant and unimpor tant committees For instance there was a time when a Committee on Indian Depredations might have I by Superintendent Gun del finger is an exservice man Ho New Road Tractor Bought by County Court Old One Taken in Part Payment been necessary but not any more Then again the work of several com mittees involves the same kind of subjects and can easily be combined is now better equipped than ever to j A committee on the Mississippi handle book work and other printing which requires folding Another addition expected almost any day is that of a wire stitcher of the very latest model which will fa cilitate the work of the office a great deal During the past few months equipment to the extent of 000 has been added to the plant which now is one of the best in the state An addition of more than usual merit and worth is a Ludlow Type Caster which gives office an unlimited River and its tributaries can be com bined with a committee on inter oceanic canals A committee to in vestigate trespasses upon Indian lands can be obsorbed hy a commit tee on Indian affairs A glance at the congressional di rectory reveals how easily the con densation of committee work can be accomplishes It will mean that more work will be clone in commit tee and that more attention will be Court Hopes to Get More Work Done at Smaller Cost as a Result of Change The County Court is determined to secure a muchroad work as possible fliping the coming summer and fall and in keepingvith their policy a deal was made yesterday by which tie county a fine now tractor to veulace the o winch 1een so r icn trouble Iiif1 tractor trailed by tVcounty was one which hu cen out o repair and Hiul have M 1 in the nisrhbor hoori of to in proper con dition for work The new machinery was purchased paid during the pres such sums as the revenue will per mit and the remainder settled on January 15 1021 It has been hoped the Special Road District could get this entire amount during the year because of the most excellent program which has been mapped out for the season by the commissioners but since it cannot the amounts availably taken and applied The commissioners hope to fix every road in Jefferson township in the best possible shape and then as sist in the construction of other roads as has ben done on the Brazito road by the construction of more than a mile of macadam road President T L Price Judge W E Decker and Houck McHenry have all plans complete for road work which will include the oiling of all roads in the district within the next few weeks Some oil was used to a very good advantage last year in the district and it is felt this years oil will be even better some of last years oil is still in the road A petitoin for the fomiation of a new road district under a special dis trict law was filed in the county court yesterday The district asked for embraces the territory along the Jefferson streetOsage Rluft road The petition was filed by Henry Richter and contains a large majority of the property owners along the route The matter has been referred to Prosecuting Attorney Henry J West hues and if the petition is all right the district will be ordered The County Court will spend to day making an inspection of road work in the county and especially in sections where changes are asked and requests sre filed for the use of the tractors Work being done on the Walser ford approaches will be in special They will he accompanied by Highway Engineer E F C Hard in ST given to members what is done of the Senate As find There are only a few in the state now taking applications for any possible directions of Babler The boys are proud of the uniforms yesterday with old tags and said all are in St Louis and Kansas they continue to show up around town he will invoke the aid of the law FARMER TO GET supply of large type but is rarely selves otl four 01 fivc committees all ever found in towns of this size j meeiin 071 the ame The result is patchwork legislation which takes up more time on the floor of the Senate when amendments too often become necessarv it from the Finnan themj factoring of Carswell Mann Kansas Citv Mr City The Daily Capital News manage ment is pleased with the increase of the business which necessitates this toship his tractor here and the court see it work before there is a T fee1 so certain the tractor will TEACHERS TRAINING PUPILS EXAMINATION County Superintendent Sieve Conducts Quiz for Fifteen High Pupils Fifteen high school pupils taking the teachers training course were given examinations at the school yesterday by County Superintendent Seniority System Involved There is a chance moreover that i please tlp court and do more than TjA H Sieve for il that I am willing to make Those taking the examination were equipment and hopes to find need for the of the number of Mr Carswell j Lucille Hott Porter K Loop Ethel J Gray Gertrude Behnor Esther Oet and think they are all right but j FULTON May Fish seem more anxious for needed equipburn a farmer residing northwest of DAMAGES other machinery to better care for the com The new tractor is smaller than thojting Mildred Schott Hazel McCroery ment to successfully fisrht fire convention will be called this the city will receive from Wabash Railroad Company in wants of its patrpns mittees will vitally affect the senoriolf1 onc can ATTEND REHAGAN FUNERAL Republlcans and Demoorats know George Rehagen and his cousings tlie cvils of scniovitv here during the conven1 delegation to notify the presidential payment for injuries received at the Mr and Mrs Joe Shrador motored to which often ut at the It will be the purpose i nominee of his nomination and mem outskirts of Columbia sevnval mmitlYcWactwUniia attend the funeral of run on a smaller j Lillian Jose Thclma Hurth Nannie ity system which has been the bane of It bums kerosene Berlsworth Merle Hausman KuUi of political parties for vcars Thenstoa of sasolino Rustin Julian Ferguson Elizabeth 1 s1l 1 and t will be the purpose j nominee of his nomination and outskirts of Columbia several months Westphalia to to select not only thc bers of the Committees on Credenjago when Fishburas oar was wrecktheir uncle Joe Rehagen Tuesday fiie Platform Committee tials and on Permanent by a Wabash trftn and he was of the tion I f process head of a CRANDALL BUYS LOTS W D Crandall has purchased two Clay The Keath first Cole even named have com pleted the course and will be given seriously hurt Subscribe for the NEWS committee a man least qualified to resulenrc lots in the Morris first grade following preside Length of servicq bears no rilc was bought from their attendance on summer school J M Allen and others for a consid oration of 300 Continued on page The last eirht will I course next fear complete the   

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