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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                All the Local News Ail the World News News When It Is News MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE WEATHER Fair Saturday and Sunday warmer Sundav SToL 11 JEFFERSON CITY SATURDAY MAY 8 1920 No 67 IQTOAJtSON UNDER ARREST ON COUNCIL WILL TRY DUPONTS CHARGED NEW 3TON I RUCKi Former Jefferson City Man BITUMINOUS PAVING WITH THREATENING WILL BE USED TOj Writes Interesting Novel BURGLARYCHARGflON FOE CITY BLOCKS CANDIDACY Mrs Jennie Barrens Rooms Ordinances Passed Last Night Senator Kenyon Reads Letter Searched and Property of Henry Lartonoix Found HARRY BARRON THOUGHT TO BE THE PRINCIPAL Over Two Hundred Dollars in Merchandise Recovered by Chief of Police Gretlein When Chief of Police Gretlein ac companied by the members of his Will Construct Them of New Material Instead of Brick TAXICAB RATES WILL BE HIKED BY COUNCIL From Officer of Company Which He Says Is Threat REPUBLICANS ROW AMONG THEMSELVES REPAIR THE i Col W 0 Atkeson Lays His Scenes Along The NEW 3TON TRUCK i County Coiirt to New Schedule Now in Force Company Denies That It Is In Will Be Authorized Under Ordinance Presented terested in Any Presidential Candidate Under ordinances passed by the City Council last nightseveral im povtant bocks in the eity be By Associated Press WASHINGTON May General Wood Presidential candi I date was the vehicle for another force secured a search warrant and went to the home of Mrs Jennie jpaved Wlth macadam if fireworks shower in the Senate to Barren who occupies rooms on the no Protesfr 1S made bv the property day when Senator Kenyon Republi third floor of the Hays building at Highand Washington streets yes terday he did not expect to uncover owners They are the blocks origin call of charged that the so much loot As a iesult of the ally planned to be constructed of interests had threatened to at brick The first passed provides for the pavement of Madison street from visit both Mrs Barren and her son Harry Banon were placed underi arrest and lodged in jaii on complaint Prosecuting Attorney Henry J Westhues charged with burglary and larceny The character of the merchandise discovered showed that it was the same taken from the store jOf Henry Lartonoix last Januaiy In the list of loot besides two loaded revolvers were the following Five flash lights one big thermos bottle eleven pocket one camera four safetyrazors five boxes of cartridges seven padlocks five pens skeleton keys a draw knife and other things Mrs Banon who was present when the search was made protested she jknew nothing about the articles 1 High to McCarty The second pro vides for the pavement of High j street from Broadway to Mulberry and another for a similar pavement front of St Peters church on tack the Wood boom unless Senator Moses of New Hampshire one of General Woods managers desisted jin tion on State Highway Department Beatif ul Osage River From The Marias des Cvgnes MEXICAN CAPITAL IS TOTTERING FOR FALL INDICATED IN REPORT PETIT JURORS SELECTED Jefferson City friends of Col W 10 Atkeson of Butler have received j copies of a novel written by him FOR TERM OF NEXT COURTiecentlv entitetl Flom the Marias i des The novel take its DECLARES PAPER USE IS CAUSE OF SHORTAGE Carranxa Government Is Stand ing on Last Legs According to Unofficial Advices WASHINGTON HEARS OF FURTHER REBEL ADVANCE i name from the famous river in Bates Newspaper Maker Insists De Many Prominent Local Citizens j County which become the Osage Will Give Up Adjust j River after it leaves that county Differences in Community j The novel by Col Atkeson has for I a heroine a young couple whose par The Couhty Court yesterday in1ents were Pioneers in Bates County mand Is Greater Than Pro duction Can Stand j Vera Cruz Garrison Has Re volted and Statement Made Gone to Canada Cuy Associated Press HUTCHINSON May j By Associated Press I EL PASO May Car j rana government at Mexico City L strutted Engineer to make requisition upon the State j Highway Department for one large Eugene Harding havmg emigrated ther from Kenj AIthough the last twelve months j tottering while Sonora revo 0 tuckv in the earlv davs threeton truck which will Marias Def i r u i i i I grew up in the used for hauling gravel to make re1 pairs on the highways of the county untamed deer The addition of this truck to the road i pf fts scttlej ln working machinery of the county will jwhlls a P his opposition to the pending bill i countv he met the girl do much to aid m keeping the roads 6 to protect the American dve mdus now built m good condition The of the girl settled on Cygnes where wild country as an The young mans Kansas City and Bates The parents the total output of paper niins has the banks of tons less than consump s1le tion strictly speaking there has been no shortage of trou ble was increased consumption R S Kellogg of the News Print Service lutionists have begun their southern sweep toward the Capital Thos Be tran commercial agent here an nounced toilav in they she several of the bags and illurigs in which they had been hid den She was along with her son The letter has been in similar trouble beforehand the police are confident that he is the chap who burglarized the Lartonoix store The burglar secuerd an entrance store by to the roof of a building In the rear and dropping into an area way in the rear when the lock of the door was picked Foot prints in the snow were left upon roof No evidence of who the burglar was could be secured at that time days ago Prosecuting At torney Westhues received a tip jresting the action taken and henoti fied Gretlein providing him with a search warrant A preliminary trial will probablv be held Monday at which time both mother and son will be arraigned v The mother will be charged with be irisr accessory to the crime Mr Lartonoix easilv identified his property yesterday when hesaw it at the police station It has a value of several hundred dollars in Broadway to Mulberry and another for a similar pavementin front of St Peters church on Broadway ad joining the Capitol grounds Still another block ordered improved with ibtuminous macadam is Harrison street from Main to Water street With these four blocks improved in the manner specified a good start will have been made on the worst streets It is understood that the property owners will not protest this method of repair as they did the brick The cost will hardly be one third that of brick The Council also adopted a reso lution instructing the city engineer to contract for the construction of a concrete sidewalk in front of the propery oh the west side of Mulberry street from McCartyrto Miller streets An ordinance was introduced to permit the taxicab companies in the city to charge what they are now getting Upon the objection of Councilman Wallau it was laid over until the next meeting when it will porbably be passed with only one or two votes against it The ratesunder the new ordinance wil be as follows From railroad station to hotels 25 cents Carrying passengers ten blocks or less 50 cents per passenger 75cents fortwo passengers 3 passengers f passengers Carrying a passenger 10 blocks or more outside the city 50 cents per passenger Carrying trunks 25 cents i rm TI i i j truck is one furnished by the Su i The DuPonts are the largest ernment to the state for thepurpose ftrtfl J A SEG FERGUSON IS IN SERIOUS CONDITION ASKS WHY OSAGE ROAD IS NOT COMPLETED Col J M Hays Calls Courts Attention to Deplorable Con dition at Present erican makers of dye stuffs and j Senator Kenyon reading a letter to Senator Moses signed by G K Weston of the Du Pont declared it certainly in the nature of a The bill which is described to foster American dye industry and prevent Germany from regaining control of the business was having a quiet time Senator Frelinghysen Republican of New Jersey told the Senate that proGennan influences were working to defeat the billvboast had prevented States from entering the field before the war WILMINGTON May The DuPont company is not inter ested in any presidential was the official answer of the com pany to charges of an attempt to forward legislation by threatening to oppose General Wood made by Sen ator Kenyon at Washington Well Known Citizen Operated Upon Yesterday in St Louis t Word from St Louis yesterday in dicated that the condition of A Seg Ferguson of this city who was op erated upon was most serious Mr Ferguson who has been a well known inter and publisher Here for years t to St Louis to have an opera performed It was found nece by the surgeons toperform a ml one and this brought about the pus condition It is hoped that i news will show a change for the TRI NEGROES1 ARE foGING RACE COMMISSION Tlie Assriclatwi jAS CITY May throughout Missouri are over introduction of a bill in Col J M Hays has addressed a communication to the county court calling their attention to the bad con dition of the Osage City road Like many other people in that section of county Mr Hays cannot understand why the road has been allowed to re main in such a deplorable condition His communication to the court fol lows Hon County Court Jefferson City Mo to call your at tention to the road leading to Osage City which is being that part between Algoa and the top of the hill to the old grave yard That road has been made for six months yet it is in a deplorable con dition I do not see why it cannot be dragged and put into shape It is all gravel is on it and yet there are many ruts in many places that drag the bottom of the car Looks to me like instead of building new roads you would finish States Senate creating a the new roads you have built and put LEGION TO HOLD A MMBERSfflP TUSH Roscoe Enlee Post Will Nation Wide Movement Beginning May 17 The American Legion will hold a campaign for new members the week of May 1722 that will be The great American public which has been the drivee in so many intensive efforts of the last several years has fine taste in campaigns It has come to be able spot a good drive fromone that is poorly handled It can distinguish points of variety in a campaign It has become a connoisseur in appeal The public then will be quick to recognize the essential difference of this American Legion effort In the first it is not a but a Back in the dim rays of the early war publicity experts borrowed the word drive from the slang of the day Every one who went out after something fell into the easy habit of calling his campaign a Then when it came time for the men who really know what a war drive was to go out after new members for their Legion they found that he word drive was as punchless as a blank cartridge They had to dig them selves up a new word So they call ed their campaign a push which is a great deal like a except that it goes farther in implying re lentless effort and restless force A feature that the gSreat general public should be quick to realize is that they members of the public will not be called on to contribute any thing except good will Positively no money contributions will be ex pected or received from them They will be expected or received from of repairing roads The engineer was also instructed to look into the matter of changing the location of a portion of the Hickory HillHenley road which had been re quested by a number of farmers living along that section of the highway Hewill report back to the court the advisability of making the change The court also named thefollowing petit jurors for the coming term of the Circuit Court Jefferson S Cullen E W Creedon Prenger W F Rpesen Weber BillySmith Max Meyerhardt R L Berry J M Hays Alternates H B Church K Wilhite E J Miller George W Wagner W A Moore John A Meyer W E P Rowland Pete Eveler E Wade Wright Clark Jos Huegel Marion Township Johrf Steele F Y Murphy Alternates George Crump I P Hudson Liberty Raekers Ben Borgmeyer Alternates William Wolters Steve Hencke Clark Berry Gu Thomas Jos Frank Alternates Henry Gerling R S Dickson Ira Duncan 0age Ott William Bosch Alternates John Scheperle Theo Kroll Moreau Town W Campbell N H Schubert H F Jungrmeyer Alternates Charles Strobel C Soell and J J Buchta REFERENDUM CASE BEFORE SUPREME COIIRT of nine persons to study I question according to a given out here by J Silas president of the Negro Na fucational Congress neetings have been called pcipal cities of the state for the purpose ofurg Ks to pass the bill them in condition This road is used very extensively and with a little work on the part of the contractor it could be put so it would be passable asit is not now Yours very truly J M HAYS Subscribe for the NEWS hibif their friendship but not their checkbooks Argument Today on Subhussion of Ratification to Popular Vote in Missouri Litigation involving ratification of the federal prohibition amendment by the Missouri Legislature was sub mitted in the Supreme Court en bane yesterday The issue is whether the legislatures act is subject to review by the people at the next Novembei election Elmer Ball of St Louis general f li 1 attorney for the Missouri League contended in his argument yesterday that a resolution of the gen eral assembly ratifying a federal proposition was not subject to the ref erendum laws o fthe state The case submitted is thatof C C Carson of Jefferson City to enjoin Secretary of State Sullivan and At torney General McAllister from placing the question of ratification on the ballot The injunction proceedings were thrown out by the circuit court on demurrer and Ball appealed from that rulingto the supreme court After a lot young folks bes the of vicissitudes were married and real picturesque of the man took his bride aboard and floats ed down the Marias des Cygnes into the Osage and thence down that beautiful stream to Osage City where the boat was sold and the couple returned to Kansas City The description of the trip down the river teems with hunting and fishing stories and to a lover of the Teat outdoors it will prove attrac tive Col Atkeson has written well and fluently of the early days in Mis souri about which he has become an expert He made a research of the earlyhistory of the Har mony Mission which was the first settlement of the whites in the Middle West when the State of Mis souri was filled with Indian tribes His description of life in the forest are true and interesting Col Atkeson resided in Jefferson City for three years as Deputy Labor j WASHINGTON May official and unofficial today credited bureau New York who is a product j llle Mexican rebels with further suc of Russell county Kansas tokl j cees Information reaching here Kansas editors today in an address bej to early occupation of Pietra here j fore the annual convention of the the only important tle j State Editorial Association here The I ports of entry News of the revolt of the garrison at Vera Cruz was received through story Building a boat the young have been protlucing more than ever before in the history of the in dustry He continued Newspaper advertising in 1919 was 40 per cent more in volume than in 1918 and it is starting off in 1920 some 38 per cent in excess of the amount during the first quarter of Advertising experts insist that there is a large volume ahead In fact the enthusiastic publicity man seems to be governed entirely by the slogan Late to bed and early to rise Work like and If he has his way tlie demand for news print paper will continue to press closely upon Mr Kellogg said the news print production of the the United States and Canada was an increase of tons over that of 1918 that new machinery installed this ofrcial channels rana has already it is doubted It is reported Cat fled to Canada but BUTTERMILK JAGS NOT FROM ALCOHOL Commissioner when Haclley was gov ernor and will be remembered by many He is a frequent visitor to the citv and is likelv to become the Republican candidate n the Sixth district for Congerss TOM THUMB WEDDING BY CENTRAL SCHOOL Large Number ot Patrons En tertained by Youthful Stu dents on South Side year is capable of making the 1920 increase over 1919 tons that Consideringpresent plans for enlarging the industry by 1922 the supply should be sufficient to tak3 care of the demand The total out put this year should be about tons or ten per cent more than in 11919 As to the extent to which newspa pers use print paper Mr Kellogg furnished some interesting data In 1880 the newspapers pounds per capita in 1894 St Louis Dairymen Says Lactia Acid Is What Gives the Kick A Tom Thumb wedding cere mony was presented by the junior scholars of the Central school last night for the second time The audi ued 3 nine 1919 thirtythree pounris At the present rate this vears consumption will reach thirtyj pound and in At the five pounds per capita Average daily circulation of pa pers in the United States is twenty million copies or one for every familv ST LOUIS May buttermilk contains Louis dairy company heads Declared today concerning a dispatch from Washington that Representative Igoe would have the product analyzed to determine if it violated the Volstead prohibition enforcement act At a recent session of the Ameri can Chemical Society convention here one speaker said there was a possibility for buttermilk to exceed the prescribed alcoholic content This caused Igoe to investigate with a view of having buttermilk exempt ed if it came within the scope of the law Officials at the St Louis Dairy said there was no alcohol either in their buttermilk or milk prepara j tions The kick in buttermilk it I was stated was due to lactic acid produced by natural fermentation The chemist at the Peveley Dairy Company after declaring there was i no alcohol in their commercial but torium of the school was packed Sixcy newspapers have in excess of tight with patrons of the school andone million circulation these members of the Board of Education PaPers averaging twentythree page The youngsters were dressed in real on week days and eightyone pages in Sunday editions Last years production of news print paper would cover ten million acres In the form of standard 73 miles genuine wedding finery and the cere mony was carried out with great circumspection in the presence of a distinguished lot of guests many couples representing the members ifc thirteen millifm the board of education and their wives The enteitainment was under the direction fo Miss Carrie Bohn the principal of Central Mrs Ben Seward Mrs Bohner of the music depatment Henietta McMillan an nounced the program and characters them They will be expected to ex Attorney General McAllister ar gued the case in behalf of the sec retary of state He took the posf Only some three million men aretion that the ratification resolution eligible to take active benefit of theis to all intents and purposes an act Lgion campaign The organization of the legislature and is the same as now has enrolled more than a mila bill or other enactment consequent ion and a half former service men and women three mil lion who can belong but who do not ly is subjectto the referendum Subscribe for the NEWS great cleverness HAIL IN JASPER COUNTY DOES DAMAGE SAYS ADVERTISING IS MOSTLY COMMON SENSE termilk volunteered an explanation of how alcohol may find its way into butteiTnilk It comes into the milk through yeast in the air although even it is in negative amount Milk con tains a small percentage of sugar When buttermilk is carelessly made and in an insanitary way this sugar is affected by the yeast particles in the air and is converted into alcohol Buttermilk is spoiled by bacteria and is thus made insanitary and unfit to drink Neither dairy company here be lieved it would be necessary for Igoe to pass ameasuer to protect future sales of buttermilk Estimated That Yesterdays Destructive Montgomery Ward Advertising Manager Speaks at Journal i ism Week Meeting JOHN S LUMPKIN HAS NOT BEEN HEARD FROM Missing Deputy Clerks Friends Doubt if He Will Return Soon tising is 95 per common sense E and 5 per cent ingenuity or brilliant Storm There Was Most ideas Henry Schott director of ad 1 vertisinsr of Montgomery Ward andCcrk was a matter of con said in an address at Journalism i vcrsation yesterday about the court week at the University yesterday The mysterious disappearance of jolm S Lumpkin Deputy County Associated Prpssi CARTHAGE May mates todayplaced the damage done y a hailstorm which swept Jasper county at more than A farmer was killed by lightning MOTION TO QUASH MEXTS INDICT TO ATTEND CONVENTION Rev Paul Weber of the Baptist church departs Sunday night for Washington D to attetnd the annual Southern Baptist convention which meets there Monday He will be away at least a week at t con vention house No word has been received fom him since he ostensibly left Wed nesday without advising anyone of his desination Mr Lumpkin has many good friends who believe he will return yet there are others who fear that he may not return soon His accounts 125 coal miners and operators was with the county are in good shape filed in the Federal Court here this i according to County Clerk Clem afternoon bv counsel for the miners INDIANAIjgLIS May Motion to quaSYi against and for the operators The motion attacked the constitu Dierckx Lumpkin is a level headed intel ligent citizen and such strange ac tionality of the Lever food control tion on his part cannot be explained act even brijs closest friends   

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