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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                All the Local News All the World News News When It Is News DAILY CAPITAL MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE WEATHER Missouri Fair Thursday and probably beeominu unset tled Friday not much VoL 11 JEFFERSON CITY THURSDAY MAY 6 1920 No 65 COMMERCIAL CLUB VOTES WILL BE CAST UP THIS AFTERNOON Old Leaders Hoping New Timber is Selected to ManCivic Organization BELIEF IS GENERALLY FELT ALL SHOULD HELP Need for Aggressive Club is Must Sell Their Hammers Members of the Commercial Club yesterday prepared their ballots for the of members of the board of tlirectos of the club and placet them in the mail for the committee which will cast up the returns sorrier time this afternono While there was no indication of who votes were being cast for it was reported about the city those who have formerly been in charge of the clubs management were casting votes for others with a hope of new directors doing more for the city and the club While it is generally known the Commercial Club has always been in terested in matters pertaining to the best interestsof the city there ha been a feeling on the part of many the club has not functioned properly This is a feeling that gainedmomentum following the call for vote on com mission form of government which was sponsored Those active in the affairs of the clubexpress the opinion which is well founded that had those who op posed a change in municipal govern ment attended the meetings as they d the election would have never most all citizens agree is true The hope for a united club for the best interest of the city follow ing the election of new directors i hoped for All of Jefferson City realizes the need for a real live ac tive energetic Commercial Club The need was never Lmore apparent than since the present dub has been al lowed to remain dormant Those who have been taking the lead in the Commercial Club for the past several years feel they are en titled to a rest and are hoping oth ers will get into the harness and at least give them a chance to help in solving civic problems The hope is generally expressed the club may become enlivened and that those who have heretofore been busy criticizing its every action will join to make it more successful than ever Parent Teachers Would Reduce Social Activities Among School Children County Reports Show Teachers Salaries Are Better in the State Third Party is Sure David Lawrence Says Johnson Causes Roi G 0 P CONVENTION iN TURMOIL OVER 2 BEFORE IT Superintendent Baker Says Inj j creases Are From 5 to 50 j Extension of Manual Training Departments Wilt Per Cent f i Republican Senators Friendly to Californian Say be Suggested to School Board by the Womens Organization Report from ninetyone counties i to State Superintendent of Schools i i Sam Baker show that the month He Cannot Get Will Follow His Rejection Predicted Credentials Committee Unable to Agree on Reach Convention JOHNSON LEADING CALIFORNIA VOTE BY LEAD OF Herbert Hoover Expresses Sur prise at Vote Given Him Un der Circumstances Elimination of many paities on school nights and limiting the few which will be permitted until 10 oclock at night will be a task the ParentTeachers Association of the ly salaries of rural teachers in these counties have all been increased for the coming schol year the increases ranging from 5 per cent to 50 per cent in the various counties The maximum monthlv salarv for teach liy DAVID LAWRENCE A Special Correspondent of the Daily city hope to solve with success bej fore the opening of the next school iers for the year from P n to in the different counties Repubhcans and Democrats whose Capital News Copyright WASHINGTON May VILLA JOINS REVOLUTION WITH 10000 ARMY I WOMEN AND NEGROES ARE j OPPOSING BOSSES PLAN Both Desire Representation in List ot DelegatesatLarge to Chicago year Poor showino of iJ The maximum monthlv salarv for influence in their respective parties I I 001 showing ot some pupils in j MICHIGAN INSTRUCTS DELEGATES FOR SENATOR h and orade schools has causedthe rural teachers of Cole County is Iis controlling and whose political j Carranxas Arch Enemy it iuilli nv parents to feel lack of acoli while the minimum is 45 is usually accurate now are Hag Men in Field on i What organization leaders ion has been a contributing cause month The shows m Cole that a third party is inevi ObrCROns Side j to bo harmony in their her than the lack of abilitv County nine school districts voted the j course has turned to a the General Wood Leads in Indiana Primary by is Third in Race school agree with the Parents or ganization Leaders in the work will limit for the school levy in the last election and that three districts Primary results in California where Senator Hiram Johnson has voted an additional building and re1 defeated Herbert C Hoover have j pair levy Supt Baker states the j accentuated the lines of political confer with parents of all school children and urge their cooperation Cole Countv election was only in eliminating many parties on school Both Mom VBy Associawrt j nights and limiting those which aTld Callaway counties had elec 111 i 1 i firms flint mnrh mnrp held until iO oclock SAN FRANCISCO Mav j IN t v i Tne addition of a shoe repair shop precincts missing and only one county unheard from returns from yesterdays presidential preference primary continued to add to the ma jority of the delegation that will sup port Senator Johnson The Johnson ticket led theHoover ticket tnight on tabulations compiled from com plete precincts of a total of in thestateby votes The vote stood Johnson group Hoover group Hoovers Statement NEW YORK Kay Herbert Hoover issued a statement here to day in which he expressed surprise hat under the circumstances So large a vote should have been cast m California for the delegates fav oringmy nomination For my friends in entering my name introduced no personal issue but asked an opportunity to register at Johnsons ex for boys to the manual training work in the schools will also be urged by the parents Another improvement suggested is for the domestic science departments of schools to have a re pair department for the purpose of keeping clothing of all children in the best possible condition The boys shop would have a de partment for repairing shoes of pu pils for a very nominal cost These plans have proven suc cessful at a number of other places Mrs C B Corwin said yesterday in an address before the ParentTeach f B roadway ool Mr Corwin was giving1 a report on the recent state convention of the Parent Teachers Assciation at Kirksville Physicians having decided lack of proper nourishment to be one of the leading causes for failure in school work among children has caused the i women of the citv to consider a treme opposition to any league to prevent war and reduce said the statement a group of amateur clubs only a month old they were of course handicapped in opposing the regular party organiza tion but the real situation is that the people of California have been movement for school lunches with food which is needed The physical examinations which have been made during the past few months are reported to have helped many children and it is felt the work can be kept up next year since local physicians are cooperating in the tions that were much more satisfac tory than the Cole County election according to the report Moniteau County voted a maximum salary for rural teachers next year of with the minimum at S55 This is an in crease if 41 per cent over the sal aries of last year Supt Baker re poits that the Moniteau County elec tion was satisfactory Callaway County voted a maximum monthly salary of with the minimum at 360 This is an increase of 25 per cent over last years salaries Supt Baker reports the Callaway election also satisfactory MINERAL mm Former State Highway Commis sioner Insures Place for Louisiana People KNIGHTS ORGANIZE OWN BAND much torn between their loyalty and friendship to the Senator for his able rescue of the State during his gov ernorship from vicious corporation control and his too narrow vision on our international necessities The j fact that in these circumstances more than a third of the party protested against this latter view should strengthen the support of the Re publican majority in the cause Repeal of Volstead Law to Be Attempted In Congress Today House Rules Committee Would Prevent Such Action as Ap propriation Bill Rider j Fear that some private concern might purchase the Mineral Spring property at Louisiana has caused Col Frank W Buffum former State Highway commissioner and well known here to purchase the prop erty for the benefit of the people of his home town To the many citizens of the Capi tal City who know Mr Buffum his action is typical with his entire life year with a man admittedly conserva strength as the time for the two bijr conventions approaches Republican Senators friendly to Senator Johnson concede that he cannot be nominated at Chicago They say he is not really radical but behind him are groups of whose support of the Republican ticket is not so much based upon a conversion to Republican doctrine as it is upon personal fondness for Hiram Johnson To permit Johnson to be nominated would insure the domination of these element some thing which the conservative leaders of the Republican party do not wel come But to fail to nominate Johnson means a possible defection and a third party The California Senator himself may be persuaded remain foyal to the party but his following will not stay Its Johnson or noth ing with them Preparations for Third Party And preparations already are un der way for a third party composed of some of the elements which broke away in 1012 and formed the Pro gressive party some of the who like neither the Republican no the Democratic party the voters con trolled by the chain of Hearst news papers and the numerous groups who are irreconcilably opposed to the rati fication of the peace treaty even witl reservations The Republican leaders themselves would prefer to go to the country REBELS WILL MARCH the fettle ON MEXICAN CAPITAL SOON tn Ill Dnily i KANSAS CITY May Re publican state convention in session horo adjourned in a turmoil tonight rs had hoped favor of point that has made some afraid of the outcome veterans of many fights are comfortable in the j belief that when the time arrive United States Army Observer isthoy will be found at the head of Desired to Accompany Gen eral Calles Armv the column with the opposition flat j tcned out by a steam roller which i has been of so much service in the llv j past NOGALES Arizona Map j Adjournment of the convention to Francisco Villa with men joined j night until tomorrow morning was the revolutionary forces at made pending a report of the cre mico Chihuahua according to rei dentials committee in settlement of ports received in Nogales Sonora contests from Jackson and Buchanan Villa it is said will bring Counties supporters to the side of Obregon While the committee report was the cause the JUAREZ Mexico May j crowd are said to have greeted the revolutionary soldiers shortly will j report with much pleasure for it is begin a march upon Mexico City I by them postponment of final ac From the state of Chihuahua accordj tion will strengthen their camp be ng to an announcement made here j cause of a hope that many women onight by former Federal Judge and weakerkneed men go home uen of the Juarez district recently j leave the job to them appointed to aid in the transfer of j JIanv of the rtandpat element jpf KALAMAZOO May Tony Blume is Made President Michigans thirty delgates to the ind Charles Tucker Drum Republican national convention were Major Lecturer Henry J Feind of the Helias Council Knights of Colum bus has started the ball rolling to wards organizing a Knights of Co lumbus band A meeting of those in the Council who are musically in clined was called and held last night in the club rooms at the Knights of Columbus building Mr Feind could nofbe present but delegated John F Grand Knight of the Coun jjil to call the meeting to order and xplain the purpose of it This was and in a short time a perman organization was effected The officers are Tony Blume fsident Frank P Russell Secre Treasurer John Heislen librar Ichas Tucker drum major Theo musical director band starts out with 21 mem L and it is believed at the first pe next Monday evening there several more that will want stated that he would a Knights of Columbus t of the members of the is starting out tinder pble auspices and having of such a strong organ it an assured success jjiuch enthusiasm display and the boys will put Jl into the work pledged by the state convention to Bv Associated Press WASHINGTON May effort probably will be made in the House tomorrow to repeal the Vol stead prohibition law which has been one of service to his community and state During his residence here Col Buf fum made many lasting friends who will ever remember his stay Louisiana citizens are sugegsting that the Mineral Spring Park be re named Buffum Park as a compliment to the purchaser day to use every effort at their com Anticipating this move the House mand to obtain the nomination committee today upon Senator Johnson for president and to stand by him as long as he has a chance for the nomination f May precincts out of in Indi ana for Republican presidential pref erence in yesterdays primary elec tion give Wood Lowden Johnson Harding ARMOUR COMPANY AGENT ARRESTED Assnriarpfl PIOSS BOSTON May in meat was charged today against Ar mour Co and its New England manager John E Wilson The lat ter was arrested on a Federal war rant issued on evidence transmitted by the United States District At torneys office that lamb bought for less than 10 cents a pound plus freight charges of about 4 cents a pound had been sold here for 25 cents a change in the rules which would prevent such attempt through ap propriation bills There was some doubt as to whether the House would agree to the change before the re peal proposition was presented but in any event prohibition leaders said the effort would fail The sundry civil bill carries an ap propriation of for enforce ment of prohibition and it is the plan of the antiprohibition leaders to try and kill two birds with one shot by strike it outand repeal the law KELLY POOLS BROTHER WES IN AUDRAIN COUNTY Well Known Faimer Dies After Sickness of Several Months Man PERSHING CATCHES EM ALIVE By Associated PANAMA May Persh ing after an all day hunt in which two alligators were lassoed and cap tured alive today boarded the trans port Northern Pacific and will sail for New York by way of Porto Rico tonight CANNON NOMINATED TIME TRANSFER RECRUITING DANVILLE May OFFICER TO MOBERLY Hcans this afteraoon for the twenty Sergeant Charles Matkoric in charge of army recruiting here has i been transferred to Moberly Segeant Joseph King of St Louis will take his place King has been in the i service for seventeen years fifth time Dominated Joseph G Can non for Congress In 1872 Cannon defeated the Rev W H D Moore then Representatives for the nomi nation and except and 1912 was successful at polls George Pool brother of Kelly Pool died at his home in Thompson Audrain County yesterday after an je illness of many months Mr Pool was attending his brother at the time of his death Mr Pool was 57 years old and has lived in that county for many years He was a farmer and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him Funeral services will be con ducted today He was a member of the I 0 0 F LEAGUE TO STUDY HEALTH rrsThe Associated LONDON May the next conference of the league of nations to be held in Rome May 13 reports concerning the health of nations will be considered among other things Arthur Balfour Great Britain will represent AFTER DODGE CARS T G Burkhardt headed a party for Detroit to get a numher of Dodge cars for Deckers garage Judge Decker has been driving cars from Detroit for more than a yeai to supply his trade and has been quite successful tive than with a candidate with taint of radicalism that might causr the bulk of the nations voters to turr to a Democratic conservative While some of them foresee a thin party they do not fear it They arc honestly convinced that there arc more Republican voters in the coun try than Democrats today and thaf the formation of a third party wouli draw almost as many Democrat ar Republicans and when those element have been abstracted from both par ties the resultant strength of the Re publican party in each of the impor tant states would still be sufficient to carry the electoral votes for thr Republican ticket But in the Democratic camp thf forecast of a third party is accom panied by a sense of jubilation expectancy The Democrats are bas ing their hopes on what happened ir 1912 They think a third party mean an easy victory Of course they arc assuming that Hiram Johnson if de feated at Chicago will raise the en of fraud and the familiar slogan of and bolt theconvention am start a third party They imagine dominating personality like Roosevei will head a third party and that John son will be the nominee Seek to Keep Johnson in Lino The Republican leaders will make every effort to keep Johnson in line ind while they think a third party i unavbidable they will try to preven Johnson from leading it So far as the Republican leader are concerned they are satisfied with the conservatism of MajorGenera Wood and Gov Lowden Either would do The victory of Johnson in California doesnt disturb them for they regard the votes for Hoover federal funds here incidental to the the party were himge of government EL PASO May Obregon candidate for the pnsito Theodore Roosevelt when Temporary Chairman Roscoo C Patterson standpatter of the standpatters iiairf a glowing tribute lency of Mexico today was reported have issued a manifesto formally leclaring himself in sympathy with he revolution AUGA Pricta Sonora Mexico The opinion seems to prevail here there is a concerted movement going on in standpat circles to praise the dead statesman but flay the very life out of any followers remaining on eaith May j jt s generally believed the fight would welcome the assignment of an OV01the contest will be brought to ifficer of the United States army as a military observer to eneral Calles minister of war un ler the revolutionary provisional tjon from the Twelfth ward of Kan Tovernment according to a message J pa city js taken as an indication of here today from Governor j what the committee will finally do the floor if the convention regardless of the committee report The seating of the Mark delega Huerta temporary bead of the lib eral constitutionalist movement Assignment of an officer to accom nanv General Calles it was said The Marks organization has the backing of Walter S Dickey A L Reeves and others while the contest ants are backed by former Senator hand opportunity novement vould thoroughly acnuaint tho Amj Gilmorr D W Proctor and Mat government with the aim and Koster Republican nominee for of the revolutioni mayor in the recent election sts and give the United States first i of studying the j Welllaid plans of Old Guard lead ers to placate women with a few i po ts as alternates to the Chicago 5 Carj convention came to naught when the rapidly diminishing power in women balked and put up a hard Mexico was admitted by government for their rights demanding ade ifficials today but the dispatch of a j representation among the alter lotilla of destroyers to southern j natesatlarge and district delegates vaters was not taken to indicate that not suit the loaders at all foreigners are in immediate danger WASHINGTON May of Pennsylvania today open who expressed the far that the women would not stay hitched and might show independent streaks at the convention if attempts wore made the Republican fight in the Son1 to line them up for any certain ito for the separate peace resolution candidate Urging adoption of his resolution i Women gained unexpected support epealing the declaration of war j negroes balked and also dc igainst Germany and Austria Tho Republicans do not plan to up the resolution until late next SECRETARY WILSON RULES ON ALIEN DEPORTATION Holds Membership in Commun ist Labor Party is Not Suf ficient for Action WASHINGTON May Sec a reflection of tho conservative inenl of California The booming of Senator Knox of Continued on page retarv of Labor Wilson ruled today mamlod bettor representation at the convention The movement spread rapidly and when the hour for con vening the convention approached had gained groat headway Efforts to satisfy the women at j conferences apparently had failed 1 though tho leaders had not given up hope of reaching an agreement which would prevent a fight on the floor The difficulty comes over refusal of men leaders to subordinate their personal ambitions the determina tion of the leaders to have only dele 1 gates who will respond to tho party j lash whon the whip is cracked in tho insistence of negroes that membership in the Communist1 that thcy havo a rocoffnition on the Labor party doos not of itself at large and the demand stitute sufficient grounds for wonien that they bo accorded tation of aliens i two delegates at largo He said that while extracts from M tho men decided the organizations platform were tnat there should bo eight delegates extremely objoctionablo thoro was instead of four and thateach no evidence of intention to use force havc onehalf vote in the nn or violence crnment toward organized gov Continued on page three   

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