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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                the Local the World ftws When It Is News MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE WEATHER and some what warmer Sunday proba bly becoming unsettled Mon day HNAJNCIAL MATTERS THOUGHT CAUSE FOR lUMPKINS LEAVING Deputy County Clerk Owes Few Hundred Dollars Secured by Friends BOARDED KATY TRAIN AT WAINWIGHT FOR JEFFERSOiN SUNDAY MAY 9 1920 Representative of Rail Men Asks Federal Board No 68 For Wage BE OBSERVED IN CITY CHURCHES Arbitration Court Under League of Nations Will be Formed Quite Soon MEXICAN CAPITAL Affects All Employees of some slight financial difficulties that could been Beared for by his friends is as a SIGN OF 3 NAMED TO BINDERS ESTATE the Children of Men SPECIAL SERVICES i HAVE BEEN ARRANGED to in Drawing Permanent Constitution for World Peace Pact Special to The Daily Cnpiwl WASHINGTON May S The i railroad brotherhoods and Heights v through their representative W Jett School Wrote Poems Lauck consulting economist todav Letters Friday and Win A kunujkiii is Now in St Louis leakingSearch for Former School Man iaucK consulting economist today I presented a demand to the federal railroad labor board for a minimum Mothers Day be wage of a year for every one in a1 the city churches today and V the railroad employes iin of them special sermons will i reason for the sudden i Winston Church and Weiter Are j Lauck declared that a year be delivered on the subject This is 1 A 9f Jolm SLumPkin Named as Commission to is the least upon which an American Perhaps the fiist time since the dav deputy Bounty clerk who left here Appraisel j family can live in decency and in the that such general By DAVID LAWRENCE Special Correspondent Capital News of Dailv 17 Copyright WASHINGTON May S The 13 ue of Nations has been in ex SAID TO BE TO GET 35 OF VOTES Generals Obregon and Gonzales I Rival at Head j of Armies i V I AMERICAN MARINES ARE ORDERED TO KEY WEST Will Be Held in Readiness for Possible Service to Protect Americans Wednesday and has not beeni heard from since he boarded a Katy train at Wainwright bound for St I Jibuis Lumpkins disappearance developed he owes a few hun dollars in the city but stimation of this proves eonclusive yy there was no need for him to take ijf action he has Friends in most PROBABILITIES ARE ESTATE WONT BE SOLD Effort Will Be Made to Divide Binder Park to Prevent Sale of Property Charles A Winston H B Church j lowest reasonable degree of comfort attention will be paid to it j He aksd that immediate relief be At the Christian church granted on this basis and to make attend the mornin for show thus from months the way of The facts information here 1 i By The Associated Press JUAREX Mexico May i close that much of the work of or all who ganlzation is yet to be done but tliLt Delegate Opposing Kim May Lose in Contest services will be yery mstance are surety for him and Weiler have been find all express themselves as being perfectly willing to help him develops was last seen at Wainwright where he board a Ivaty train f or Louis Wed about noon He endeavored there and was told he must pay the conductor cash fare Be theii secured change for a bill made a small purchase or two fand caught the tram was taken across the river near about 9 oclock Wednes day vinorning by Charles Motley a named as a commission to appraise the Binder estate result of a suit in partition filedin the Circuit Court by Mrs Katherine Binder against the St Louis Trust executors for the estate of her late son Frederick C Binder his widow Wagner Binder and the City of Jefferson It is not expected the estate will quicks action possible that the board presented with a smaUAmerican flag curtail its examination of wage data wear in honor of the day The plans for every Leagues activity and proceed immediately to the de church choir will render a special j termination of the question of what j Program for the benefit of the inU constitutes a living wage mates at he prison at this I He declared that the combined in morning Special music be branch of the are fully under Hoot former Secretary cf will sail soon for London to in an advisory paucity when the constitution of a permanent court Leaders Say Buchanan County ioral Obeigon and General Gonzales i rival candidates for the presidency i of Mexico today entered Mexico j City at the head of their armies Gen j eral Escobar commander of the ST LOUIS May i Juarez military district announced of Hiram Johnson and Gen Wood in here tonight Repuglican primaries recently has not swerved Missouri Republican r leaders from their loyalty to WASHINGON May nor Lowden Thirtyfive thirtysix votes of Missouri in c cause no appreciable increase in the bert willbe on the subject Moth cost of living when the ers that Were Mothers That Are panics increased rates propotrionate ly to meet them provided profiteers were not allowed to take advantage of the situation Laucks move following his pre and Motheis of the At the Persbyteriari Church Rev Behner the pastor vill deliver a sermon Day and at the Baptist Church Eev Paul Weber will bethrown m the market if it is tlle board has been hearing demands sentation ofa suney of wages have for his text the subject Chris prices and profits yesterday caused a sensation For nearly four weeks sible to make an equitable division of the property without doing exception of f 01 f X Wiik 1 1 UJl I UA whoknows Binder Park is divided equallv XtTAI I securing this informatipff W A Lumpkin deputy game and fish commissioner a train for St JLouis and make a search in the city for the bibther VThe recounts of Mi Lumpkin in of County Clerk C A all As a further between the mother and widow What wilkbe done with Binder Park is problematical In the event it eanpnt be djvided with fairness to all concerned the property will be The mother will be given her half of the estate and the other half will go into a trust fund the interest from which will go to Binder during her life following evidence of his honesty Sieve which it willgo to the city County Superintendentpf Schools he gave Mr Lumpkin money Tuesday Mrs Sieve when she came to Lumpkin await JiTandto i himself The statues are to be erect Bindeijs will provided for the thepark to the city and for the erection of three statues to his Frederick H his mon t ed out of of his estate of the workers for increases which in the majority of cases would not have brought wages anywhernear the and there Tfad been no inkling that tlic anions make such a demand tianity Rev McDonald of the Methodist sulmission to the assembly of the to Lowden as I rague at a later meetng this year shmvs anv chance of winning Senator Ilnox in his recent speecn Presidential nomination The such a 2 Mrt and so hae from Buchanan County which church will preach updh the subject The BLssing Good Mother Friday was observed in some of public schools as Mothers Day and the pupilswrote letters totKeVJ 01 her Icvuing Republican It provided for in the covenant of the League and is now to be established by conference of the most eminent jurists of all countries on June 1 at London The international court will handle judicial questions all disputes twen nations which are matters of is regarded as being for Wood mav j jimately Marines were today ordered to sail on the transport Henderson from League Island to Key West Florida for possible serv ice in Mexico Secretary Daniels announced thit t was a precautionary measure for of and thatthe would not be sent into Mexi thei are 5 he the one be thrown out bv the Credentials canterntory unless the actual neces Committee in a contest Republican leaders quoted directly here refused to be todav on the sity arose May j EL PASO iuav attitude of the Missouri y 4 jtionary forces under Gen Obergo but they were unanimous in their i opinion They pointed to the per sonnel of the eight delegatesat j i aW But ques would mothers which were At j Moreau Hieghts school a poem1 writ political The public is weary just as we i fcen by Lucia Nolen daughter of Mr are weary of past oppbitunist pol ailcl Mrs John H Nolen was read oppbitunist pol icies in wage adjustment of half way expedients devised to meet a situation temporarily without regard The poem is as follows A Mothers to said wage public wishes the railroad controversy settled soundlv equitably and on a long time far seeingbasis j 1 is all I ask to make me glad j It from my heart a burden lifts It makes me happy when Im sad Tis a wondrous love From God above This is a mothers love We challenge anyone to denyj that liagrant indefensible profiteerI A mothers ing has been the rale with organized I capital and middle men both since i has simply worried at the death of Mrs Alma Binder a nervous frenzy over The Binder estate owns consider has reached such a state he felt he could bear it no longer Mrs Lumpkin is prostrated over the absence of her apd has hopes of hearing from him on most property in the city of every class including many High street business houses and residences in ad dition to Binder Park which is one of the most beautiful places near the every mail County Clerk also feels he willsoon let hv and friends know where he is It is estimated to be worth Iess and during the war that the and is now virtually at the mercy of insatiable speculators and conscienceless financial ghouls that wage advances have been the result and not the cause of present in creases or that the purchasing pow er of the railroad worker is actually sweet The purest cleanest love pure and nations often involve a question of iaw or facts and it will be possible for the council and the assembly of the League of Nations where political problems will be con sidered always to refer a question of law or fact to the international court for a judgment or opinion Besides the meeting at London to create an international court of jus tice three other international con ferences are to be held under the auspices of the League of Nations The financial conference at Brussels on May 25 has already attracted the j attention of the economic world and j on June 15 there will be a seamens large as proof of the Lowden affilia tion Mrs Joplin one of the two women delegatesatlarge it was said was not elected until the candidate fo rthe presidejjj Mexico were at the gates City tonight An unconfirmed report received revolutionary headquarters today troops urider General already eiiterd the capital Several sweeping victories were ocveiai sweeping victories v organization leaders had gone to her claimed by antiCananza agents npVCnnnlKr nTli TOfDlTOfl o rloTiiol nf personally and received a denial of a report that she was for Wood A oiv fjuj V Cj Aflame to guide my wandering feet jlabor craference affecting shipping Dirckx family Attorney A T Dumm represents i Mrs Katherine Binder in the suit But the most important meeting in the immediate future is theses sion of the Council of the League to be held at Rome on May 14 Plans will be approved at this There has been an unprecedented j meeting for the admission of now Kinded from above Tis a powerful love From God above This is a mothers love similar denial was obtained from Mrs MoverWing before she was elected One of the main reasons for the defeat of Miss Alma B chairman of the Womens State Committee was a report that Miss Sasse favored Hoover Former Judge Lamm who was op posed largely because he ispresident of the Missouri WoodforPresident League One of the chief arguments used for Congressman Dyer was j friendliness to Lowdens candidacy It j Former offset the fact that Dyerwas not personally known to delegates out1 side St Louis Missouri delegates probably will have a meeting in St Louis before the President Carranza is reported to have ordered the abandonment of the northern states of Mexico and the concentration of the few loyal forces there in Mexico Citv W A Norman Is Dead at Home in Alton Following DIsess of Many Months demand for flowers in the city and it was before the been filled said the request for a Candy to Mothers in other cities states for the convening of the as for the constitution of a FOSTER WILL WED MISS MADGE WADDEl IEONA ENLOE IS FREED ON CHARGE OF STEALING mum wage of was based on investigations of the government and jouoted a budget compiled by Roval S Meeker United States they leave for Chicago on Sunday State Official Well Known Throughout Funeral Tuesday The many frieirds of W A Nor man former Secretary of the State Senate and printing clerk in the of sembly for the UL a permanent armistice commission and S TK the resignation of treaties Babler between members of the League Other questions will be taken up commis Marriage Case is Tried Before Made to Be About June 10 Justice Dunn on Change of Venue From GoodalL Announcement of the marirage in June of Foster B McHenry to Miss Madge Waddill about June 10 has terday been made to intimate friends of the having is a daughter of and Mrs J T Waddill and is a most excellent young lady with a charming Leona Enloe colored was dis I charged by Justice N B Dunn ves Lauck urged the board to recom the establishment of govern ment pricefixing agencies like thp fuel and food administrations and war industries board during the war to control other industries just as WOMAN SUED ct SAYS SHE IS WIFES significant that all member will be June 6 A special Wabash train of jfice of Secretary of State Sullivan were grieved yesterdaj7 to hear of to his death at his late home in Alton hoard afternoon some on a charge of nnf railroad now railroads Tells Man Who Thought Him self Her Husband His Real Wife is Dead required to register SAN FRANCISCO May thur J Ellftr today attempted to di vorce a woman who savs she isnt nations at this meeting any treaties or agreements they may have made with each other i Step Into Publicity This is the first step in the era of publicity or open diplomacy on the matter of treaties Indeed the pro visions of the League already apply carry the Missouri delegation Babler estimates about 300 Missourians will attend the convention Fiftysix rooms have been iraged at the Morrison Hotel for Oregon County Mr Norman left here many months I ago for treatment of a cancer on his enj face but finally realizing medical the science would give him no relief re Missouri delegation and Babler will turned to his formerhome in South for Chicago tonight to obtain j Missouri to spend the remainder of accommodations Babler his life among relatives and life hjjs oHainefI 1 2 and 4 BAR SHERIFF RICHTERS CANDIDACY father is revenue clerk in the office r of Auditor George Hackmann Now Mentioned as Mrs Houchin testified shei did give the negress some spreads blankets but not those Republican JSiominee for Treasurer MrMcHenry is a son of Mr and Mrs Houck McHenrv and is one of L the citys promising youngbusiness founcj men He is a veteran of the world Rof war and was first commander of the A Because of a statute which forbids a sheriff to hold the office ox county 25 nations which are mem These include Japan Great Britain France Italy Belgium Bo livia Brazil CxechoSlovakia Po his wife The woman claimed she i to was the twin sister of the English bers girl Eller marired during the war Mrs Eller died she said i Eller was married in 1919 return peru u ng troop shm The wife Som owed ship and went the war pr fte bve jiith the bndegrooms parents of the vhich this yoar she told Eller had been thewoman i he marreid was She produced i of Parlor D suite at the Congress as He long friends was a native Missourianand Missouri headquarters at a cost of was bom in Oregon County 50 years S90 a day Babler will attend a ago He is survived by a wife and meeting of the SubCommittee on six children Arrangements of the Republican Xa known here woman sucll as Argentine Clnle Bister bride Richter who Ellers UlllUlrt of herself and Eller to designate his hand petibon sadthe woman Denmark The Netherj Salvador Spain and arl of whom are well They formerly resided tionalCommittee in Chicago Monon the State game faim south of the day and will then go to New York city Joe Norman a son succeeded to meet party leaders there j Mr Norman as printing clerk in the j office of Secretary Sullivan Mr Norman has been a prominent figure in state affairs for the past several years He first came here as engrossing clerk and in 1915 was jinade Secretary of the Senate He also served several terms as pay MEANS RAY NAMED FOR ROAD BOND CAMPAIGN Daily News Man is Named by President Zorn of State Association and tekes a keen interest in mat1 ters pertaining to the advancement of the Capital City were in Floiida j place has announced after the corn The before pletion of his present term he will Justice W W Goodall but was retire from The statute now case was first filed had infatuiated with another man and gone to live in New Or leans cellent young couple wish them every happiness JOHN John Fan ently from a citia to be u riehd UST IS OUT as Deration for apperdiGrani cl around town His by jc glad to see him polici ousl defendant who perjudice j Sheriff Richter had announced to jbis friends the fact that hewould i be a candidate for the place and Re C publicans were of the opinion he MURDERS HUSBAND Ry May recovered suffioiFriedricke secretary of the Ein would have in the pri FRAXTv STEINMETZ WAS clerk of the Senate Funeral arrangements have not been made pending the arrival of a Means Daily Capital ter from San Antonio but it been named by Presidentis expected will be held membership list ran best be under1 Wil1 Press Monday or Secretary John of the foregoing A report to the Capital stood when it is considered that jAf ociatson as the representative ofL Sullivan and Luther Wilson will every one of those 28 nations in1 Missouri newspapermen on the execu probably attend eluding for instance Japan is aV slnlutely not to make war without j first allowing nine months for invesj or arbitration or tlie c tive committee of the Missouri Fed1 crated R6alCouncil organization has been formed DANIEL G REID SUED FOR thc e eoton of Wl L Works was shot and killed mary fe today According tothe Fred Jens Eriederick was insanebank is men1 I candidate for t1 charge of disturbinc the peace and Nations of assembly of the League of sonrtary RY FORMER WIFE NEW YORK May for in the supreme A A Spoeiisa member court today against Daniel G Reid was fmed costswas a iws1 thcevcctttive committee from the tin plate king by his divorced wife 1 1 None of these nations can now jo1 Coninefeionar district take Frank the per i T son H Wlth eafh other or with Ath who was Miss Mabel Carrerej atcress The personal which the former Mrs MARRIAGELICENS A Rat1iel Helen MkhaA Lohnian on the spur of the confused by theofficer who gave the i item to the jpaper edfrom pago 3   

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