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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 7, 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 Unsettled Friday and Saturday possibly showers no ntuth fhaiise in tempera i ure Yet U JEFFERSON CITY FRIDAY MAY 7 1920 66 JOHN S LUMPKINS COMMERCIAL CLUB SAP PEARANCE is ELECTS DIRECTORS WORRYING FAMILY FOR ENSUING YEAR Efficient Deputy County Clerk Will Meet Here Next Week to Left Home Early Tuesday Select President and Seere Republican Steam Roller Flattens All Opposition 16YEAROLD GIRL jCARRANZA LEAVES GETS 10 YEARS IN MEXICO CITY FACES IRDERLFAINE IS A REPORT Evening LEFT ON EASTBOUND TRAIN WEDNESDAY Family Nor Many Friends Can Find No Reason for His Strange Action Relative Luiapkin former county and friends of John S deputy county clerk and superintendent of Schools are terribly alarmed over his life in the SS DALLEMEYER IS PUNISHED FOR LEAD ON MACHINE METHOD Standpatters Functioned Better Than During Historical Fight of 1912 From the list of directors elected by Commercial Club members new C IRWIN IS NAMED taiy of the Board MEMBERSHIP DRIVE WILL i PROBABLY FOLLOW SOON Necessity for Lire Organization to Push City is Generally Admitted and rt IS exPected that following thej is assuredAN ALTERNATEATLARGE absence from his home and office since Tuesday evening with no appar ent trace pf him since Wednesday morning early when it is reported he caught a passenger train bound for St Louis Lumpkin fulfilling his duties usual in the county clerks office until Tuesday noon when he complained of his neck hurting him and told County Clerk Clem A Dirckx j contmued of the city ig of the directors and election w Tri r officers the first of next week Marks meetin of new plans will be made for a drive to in crease the clubs membership to in all citizens Since the club has been inactive Dickey Machine Delegates Were Seated Special to The Daily Cnpital News KANSAS CITY May i well trained steam rollerof the Re many who have heretofore opposed and criticized have come to a V puolican standpatters never func tion tne club is a force needed for the L DELEGATESATLARCE Seldon P Spencer Walter S Dickey Edward W Foristel W L Cole L C Dyer Mrs V F Swann Mrs Alice C Dr J R A Crosslaml Colored ALTERNATES Mrs A II Brueggeman Mrs T H Rutherford Mrs J M Hutchison i Miss Sibyl Powell Mrs William C Irwin Mrs Charles Geiger I Miss Bessie Graham i Mrs Victoria Haley Colored i Ursula Broderiek Testifies Step Obresyon Formally Joins Revo LEAD IN GUBERNATORIAL1 FIGHT IS APPARENT Father Was Killed to Save Her Honor lutionary He Seeks No Personal Power CHILD MURDERED OWN REBEL ADVANCE GUARD FATHER TWO YEARS AGO j ESTABLISHES NEW CAMP Fight on McJimsey Becomes are Told in Nooks and Corners Motion for New Trial is Filed by j General Calles Announces Prep i is Under arations for War Fare Are Nearly Complete RURAL DELEGATES SORE jer5ck 16 vears who Bv Assoointed Pro ST LOUIS May Brod killed her he would not be back during the afj fernoon then went home remaining a short time when hp came to town and is reported to have bought some fishing tackle He returned home late in the afternoon and remained until after the evening meal when he left wasgoingtothe home of a friend This was the last seen of him by his family Charles Ringo reports having seen hihi early Wednesday morning as he was coming to the Daily Capital News to start the paper carriers Lumpkin he said was headed toward the Missouri Pacific station The eastbpund passenger was late morning and if is reported ho went east on it disappearanceof Mr Lumpkin All agree those who have failed to participate in the clubs activities are more responsible for the inactivity than those who were doing their dead level best against odds The directors elected at the recent election which was made public fol jKnint last night are Henry Asel J L Beck S A ker Billy Smith Chapman H B Church C C Carson Clifford G Scruggs A A Speer R Dallmeyer E W Decker Charles Tweedie A T Dumm A W Happy Houck Mc Henry D M Oberman and Hugh Stephens of the board declared they had no one in Anew for the presidency of the club but are hoping to select the most suitable person for the place in the hope that the club may be a is baffling his relatives and many force fortne betterment of the city in every possible way in the future All expressed a desire to have the support of all interested in the citys future welfare President Houck McHenry said he will call a meeting of the directors the first of next week nothing has been definitely matter of electing an out friends Mrs Lumpkin can assign no reason for Ijis action and says their family life was happy County Clerk Dirckx declares he can see no reason for sucli action un less it has been caused bv a sickness or nervous breakdown Unless there hasbeen some foul said Mr Dirckx I am certain he will turn up all right in a day or two He ap to be feeling badly all this week but didnot complain until Tues day noon when he left for home be cause of his neck Mr Lumpkin is well known throughout the city and county am has many friends who feel that unless there has been some foul play will be back within a few days unless it be he is suffering from some nervous As an assistant in the office of Mr Dirckx Mr Lumpkin was always rec dgnized as most capable and obliging and as a result of his courteous man ner he had many friends throughout the city and county Prior to accept ing a place in the clerks office Lumpkin served as county superin tendent of schools and made a most satisfactory record Mrs Lumpkin and a son his father and mother Mr and Mrs U S Lumpkin and a brother Wm A Lumpkin are relatives The Lump kins reside on Lafayette street so well even in the momentous 1 campaign of 1912 when the party was j W I By Press j EL PASO May i Carranza was scheduled to leave ON METHOD OF COMBINE stepfather Joseph S Woodlock Citv f Veni Clui ometimc their home here April 14 1910 was todav to a teleoTam Trenton Candidate Gains in Popularity After Address to the Convention found guilty of murder in the second I degree by a jury in juvenile court 1 here tonight anfl her punishment i j fixed at 10 years in the State peni1 i tentiarv j re ceivei from Nogales tonight by a Spanish newspaper here ELIASO Mav Famine minutes to The Daily NVwsO KANSAS CITY May 9 Changes in Republican political conj without ditions in Missouri have been made j here todav The jury doliberatcd an hour and in his capital city President Carranza The girl heard the a trace of emotion She was sent to detention home has sought to effect a compromise with the revolutionary forces accord ing to statements issued today by the ncic a JCSUil UJ U1C JIIHIllpU split to smithereens by Theodore St Louis Mlss Slbvl Ration of the State convention by the a result of the manipu to furnish fov commercial agents for tlie Liberal Roosevelt as it did here during the Republican state convention which ad journed this afternoon While bosses were un able to ruh their through pro viding for seven white and one colored men to compose the Big Eight to the Chicago convention the selection of men two women and a negro WHS done at the bidding of those in charge of the rolling machinery and Miss Mathilde Dallmeyer of Jefferson City and Miss Alma Sasse chairman of the Republican Womans Commit tee weie rolled because their leadership in the movement for the selection of two women on the Big A bolt in the convention was ap parent Throughout most of the after noon following the seating of the Powell Rolla Mrs William C Irwin I stantpat bosses of the State Jefferson City Mrs Charles Geiger j a time seemed an easv Miss Bessie Graham Ali victory for E E E McJimsey of j bany and Mrs Victoria Haley J Springfield for the Republican gub negro St Louis ernatorial nomination has gone and T T it is firmly believed his candidacv is I Diffen i after her attorney Charles P Johnj Constitutional party here i on had announced that he would j j file motion for a new trial tomor row morning Ursula took the stand in her own derfer Lebanon Dr E Macon on the wane and that the August SAX ANTONIO May Qbregon has formally joined the Mexican revolution and has primary will show Arthur Mastick i Hyde of Trenton the victor today and reiterated her placed himself and his armed forpes testimony that she killed at the disposal of the revocation In a manifesto a copy of which reached behclf formey Woodlock to protect her honor The state contended that Woodlock j was killed as fhe result of a plot be here today Obregon called upon the Mexican people to rally to the support This convention was the most hisj Work of the bosses in seating the twen th jr anfl her motlier the revolt against Carrana and do MarksDickey machine delegation toric ever go down held in Missouri as the and will one over which from Jackson County over the pro gressive element of the party did not machine politics had the greatest a majoritv of the rural control in the political history offfates who have rto believe Missouri the Republican party is one of prin The only hitch in the plans of the ciple standpat organization was in peri The fact tllat rnitting women to have two instead of the McJimsev has the MarksDickey maj erfck was bcatiT Lillian Woodlock Mrs Woodlock is j mel that he was seeking persona also under indictment for her bus1 power bands murder j In 116 Ursula shot and killed her I father Broaderick but was exonerated by a coroners jury when she testified that she fired in defense of her mother whom she said Crod of one delegate to the Republican ichine rlelesation from Jackson Connj National convention but this conces means ty over the progressive element of the party did not please a majority Marks delegates from Kansas sion on part of the bosses i hose opposing Marks termed as j notlipg for those who had a part j of the rural delegates who have been nby the Kansas City Star had I in changing this plan not bene j led to believe the Republican party j most of the country delegates with them were up against it hard by deeiclet1 side man as secretary of the organ iation has been talked among some of the club members and it is believed this matter will be taken up for con seidration at the Legislation for Relief of Former Service Men Doomed for the Present the machines from St Louis Kansas City St Joseph and Springfield Ft is generally conceded by all that the program of the party bosses went through without a hitch from the time the Mavks delegates were seated until the election of a hand picked slate of delegate i to the convention was elect ed just before adjournment Determination for control of the delegation by the bosses was so strong leaders like Judge Henry Lamm of Scdalia and Charles D Mor ris of St Joseph were defeated for honor being on the delegation by the smooth running organization roller Miss Mathilde Dallmeyer who is j given credit with having smashed the plans of the bosses to ignore women C STEINMETZ IS FINED AND COSTS BY DUNN ca of Guilty Entered to Charge of Disturbing the Steinmetz was fined and Jast evening in the Police Court the peace of Gertrude when he met her near the kGrocery store on East Higi ennett called officer J H arrested Steinmetz and es to the police court Republican Leaders Unable to to Join Insurgents for Action I not given recognition by the com CRy Prpsst i mittec by election either as a delegate WASHINGTON May or alternate to the convention iny a conference of House leaders j Instead Mrs W C Irwin of Jeffer today Republican members son was elected ed there is no prospect of enactment of soldiers relief legislation before the forthcoming recess for the na tional conventions Republican leaders have formulat as an alternate Many here expressed the opinion thi election was a direct slap at Miss Daiinieyer because of her activity against the original plans of Babler ColeKielSchmollDickey McJimsey fit in the final outcome and it is one of principle claimed the delegation is one on The fact that McJimsey has of the MarksDickev machine which the organization can depend There was never a more disap pointed lot of women and men to witness the adjournment of a politi unty Farm Bureau Executive Committee Confers with New Agent i and of the St Louis machine which put the deal over has not resulted j t to his benefit The opponents to the machine in Kansas Citv did their i I All cal convention The soreness is more work well among the rural delegate than skin deep Feel CoiningYear Will Be Best in History of the Organization but were not experienced enough in The executive committee of the Cole AGtA SONORA May advance command of several members of the staff ofGeneral Calles commander of the troops in Northern Sonora ha aone through Pulpice Pass and is preparing a camp site on the other side of the mountain in Chihuahua for the Sonora troops which began leav inshere today General Callps announced today that preparations for warfare were nearly completed He said actual ft Ming would begin as oon a So nora forces reach Carranzas strong hold Tt was declared at military here today that a battle at Mazatln is imminent within the next few dnvs Women who Jhacl been led to be to cmin committee aign County Farm Bureau met yesterday T F Lueker new county farm buroau agent and discussed work of lieve they stood high in the party councils have been trounced upon and ran over by a steam roller that never worked with more effective ments Even though they been veterans in the manipulation of a steam roller their defeat was appar ently doomed for the machine com i the organifition under his direction for the coming year It was decided at the meeting to ness Naturally they are bine beeT1 for weeks to ed m the men whom they had been accompiish success in the convention follow the plan of work already Sued for Breach of Promise Known Here led to believe weretheir friends The bosses are satisfied with the result i which closed today The growth of Hyde in the guber They say the women must get uesd j race was shown bv his ad started by C G Lueker brother Were jgerved on Former the new agent who recently resigned I to accept the management of C C to political methods and realize the dress in the convention vesterdav Carons ranch in old adage that Everything is fair inJHe was the maste came to oratory The marked ap Ganie Commissioner at the Republican Convention Following their conference with Mr Lueker members of the committee exj KANSAS CITY May alterable opposition to the peace treaty including the covenant of the i plause showed a shift from McJimj pressed themselves as being quite well sey the spellbinder of other days Another reason for the trouble was the injection of personalities into the start where his brother who was o pleased with the appearance of Mr Lueker and all feel the work ed two or three measures but have Marks combine despite the fact Mrs never been able to get their memj Trwin had declared herself as favoring rne nomination of Arthur M Hyde of Trenton as the Republican candidate bership to join in support of a meas ure Democrats and some insurgent Re publicans anxious to pass legisla tion of this character are said to be working on a measure for presenta tion at an early date It is thought enough Republicans will join the Democratic minority to pass the bill which will aid all former service men during the late war Democratic leaders declare there has been entirely too much politics in this important matter and that they are anxious to be of seivice to the men as quickly as possible if they can secure sufficient cooperation from the Republican majority will soon secure the passage of a bill tthe charge asked Judgewhich satisfactory to the Ameri jig the peace ofMiss Ben Patrolman Brans guilty asked the Judge swered Steinmetz ars and costs declared for the NEWS can Legion League of Nations as brought back i gubernatorial fight Charges from Europe with the demand that j personal nature regarding McJimj the Senate must advise and consent j seys private life were made by to its ratification without dottingan i Hydes friends in the nooks and cor i or crossing a voiced in ners of the convention hall hotel lob a resolution submitted to the Repub bes and some lican State convention here todav bv about it they successful left off Those who attended were even so careful ushered people into its committee on resolutions their rooms for a conference i KANSAS CITY May while attendin the Republican State convention here Jesse A Tolerton president of the Southern Missouri Trust of Springfield and State Game and Commissioner under i former Governor Herbert S Hadlev was served with papers in a promise suit filed against dent Otto Sommerer secretary and j hjm mf H Winkclman Otto Pittrich Leo Groner T Gamott Joe Bubach Theo dore Schfpor and H E 0 Miss Smith s petition allesres Toi Tlie selection of Mr Lueker i or tho 0 eiton proposed to her at Spnngiiel1 the jt t i i i i vr vestcrdav were G A Schultz presi broach of formerly of Spring fiold but of this city We condemn the treaty including Thif sort of campaigning hss had place was formally confimed by tho J former n September 1018 for governor who is opposing the League of Nations as the presi efTect on the women and many men j T It T OTlfl 1 Jimsey Wliile there were no dent proposed says the resolu a instruction tion as ineffective for ending the carrv for the delegates the opinion is genwar on the just basis essential to eral here that if Governor Frank 0 stable peace and we condemn the Lowden ofIllinois shows good form unreserved covenants of the League in the convention he will support of the delegates lieved Judge Henry Lamms have been approved by our ed preference for General Leonard presidents from Washington to Jef Wood was one contributing cause for ferson down until this present adwas a Progressive He followed Roosevelt to the last ditch McJim progres have the of Nations as hostile to our constitu It is betion and against the traditions which men Hvde leaders declare thev will the fight against McJimsey into Green County as well as other strong Republican Counties in that section of the State Thev claim a majority of the poo pie theve will be for Hyde on tho final count Those counties east Progressive votes in 1012 Hvde committee j Until February of this year i claims they wore inseparable j panions The was T HT num nmenMpOT1pd by finall LOCATED IN OHIO PRISON off in March thh year Tolenon j was CONVICT IS she com post his defeat et the hands of the well groomed roller which has been soj The resolutions conclude with a successful in sixteen congressionalstatement favoring the adoption of district conventions a peace resolution by submitted at of government sey they claim flayed the sives in his newspaper to such an oxtont a sore This they are irritating The delegates elected Senj other resolutions ator Seldon P Spencer St Louis tacked that policy Walter S Dickey Kansas City has groxvn up mfoT the MAJOR GENERAL WOOD W Foristel St Louis W ent administration tending toward i Cole Union Representative L C Harry Hamilton Ran From McCluns Park in June 1917 IT Here recently married to a Mrs De of Spmigfield Tolorton was from his first wife Governor Gardner yesterday issue 1 a requisition upon Governor James M Cox of Ohio for tho return of Harry Hamilton an escaped convict to this j MRS GAIL POURCKLLT EX i Mr Tolerton is quite woll known in the Capital City whore he resided during the administration of former Governor Hadlev State Hamilton was sent to the prison hero from Lafayette County t TERTAIXS RRIDESTOBE Mrs Giil Poircelli ontertained WARD FILES FOR CONGRESS Dyer St Louis Mrs V F an R L Ward of Caruthersville has filed his declaration with the Secre tary of State as a candidate for nom ination on the Democratic ticket as Representative in Congress from the 14th Congressional District autocracy greater than that exists in any other country WINS IN INDIANA RY INDIANAPOLIS MaV General Wood carried Indiana Mrs Alice C MeyerWing revision of the scheme of a plurality of over gen Greenville and Dr J R A Cross land a negro St Joseph 1017 Ecklos in tho Ohio are soon to taxation pledged support to the ator Johnson in Tuesdays primary bo released within n day The alternates Mrs A Brueggeman Mrs E H Rutherford Hannibafl Mrs J M movement to obtain compensation on tlie ffxce of complete unofficial re foi men a Continued from page turns The vote was Wood j Johnson Lowden I serve two years on a charge of assault j last night at her home in honor of with intent to kill He escaped from j Misses Marguerite Schorer and Miss two young Indies who become brides Miss Schorer is to marry Hugo Arnhold and Miss Eoklos wil become the wife of Chas Spaunhorst A delightful is to bring Hamilton back to tho Mis evening was spent and it is need McClung Par on June ha since served a term prison at Columbus Ohio and or is to two Ruck Williams n penitentiary gunri souri prison his term V to serve the remainder less to say it was greatly enjoyed by those present   

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