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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Local News World When It IsNews FOR SA dence oh Blue FARM F impro seven mil under fenc Will sello at Uussellv resident is Lauded foi ve Years of Service Capital Citv S PRESENT HIM DIAMOND EMBLEM as Deeplv Touched oi nd Scruggs Specinto WASHING Jefferson Cit Mqn of the f the Jefferson City Ro elieve in passing kind MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE WEATHER Tuesday and Wednesday cooler on Wednesdav JEFFERSON CITY TUESDAY MAY 11 1920 G9 John Lumpkin Went to St WOMENS CLUB WILL Louis is Information I TKY FOR SMTE MEETING Gained by His Brother jMiss Barrett and Mrs Brojvn Are Named as Delegates Prom Capital City Lumpkins iij Threatened Nervous Prostration Because of Grief The Womens Association of Com i merce met in regular business ses 41 T i c T ision ast at the club rooms hat John S Lumpkm went to St Several interesting reports were read rom here This information 1 and matters tosed in furtherance ft as received m A message yesterday of the aims of the association by Mrs Lumpkm from Wm A j The State conventionof the Mis Lumpkm the missmg mans brother souri Womans Association of Com Illinois Republicans Divided IB Support of GQY Lowdens Candidacy Chicago and Cook County Dele gates Do Not Join in Cheer ing His Name By Associated Press SPRINGFIELD May who went there in search for some trace of him Relatives said yesterday Mrs merce will be week in May held during the last Miss Alice Barrett Illinois Republicans in State conven tion here today elected ten delegates atlarge and unanimously adopted a resolution providing that the delega tion vote for Governor Lowden for the presidency at the Chicago con Diimm Asks Help of All Citizens in Effort to Boost Jefferson City S Commercial Clubs New President Appeals to Every Resident to Help by Extending a Helpful Hand CARRANZAHELDBY STATES Oklahoma Will Sail for Mexican Waters at 11 OClock Todav ami Mrs Nina Brown were elected vention until released from such vote T t jjiiniu were eieciect Lumpkm 3S threatened with nervous delegates to represent the Jeffer bv the Governor FOR SAL t 1200 by 1 eluding ho southwest rry stree The conventionvoteddown to and xBrSfmmunity the past commit ring to portion bridge The meeting he for the purpol he giving of flowers to members while living after they have passed 5t night met in honor of past president of ition and with songs told of the virtues of who has been a potent upbuilding of Jefferson prostrahon as a result of her City assodation at this eonven bands mystenous disappearance lasttion Misses Fay OH Wednesday and fears are held that jBenedict vere chosen ag she is likely to breakdown at mostj The exact date and f Chicago and decided to postpone ac t ntc t EDWARD PATTERSON President A T Dumm of the Jef ferson City Commercial Club was elected at a meeting of the di1 rectors yesterday issued a state ment last night in which he asks the I hearty cooperation of every citizen Groom is Son of Mr and Mrs BOUNDARY EXTENSION IN MOST ALL DIRECTIONS Wrecking Crew Sent Out to Tear Up Road Join Forces With Liberal Partv of the Capital City to the end that i any moment Kansas City is here with her Her brother Lee Atkinson who has been here returned to his home in Kan sas City yesterday Mrs Arendall will remain indefinitely eventually return or write her of his for the future because of hopes she was presided over by entertains that Mr Lumpkm will ucas Campbell After j eventually ertum or write her of his elections by the Rotary whereabouts niembers in general endent of Schools i of Mr McHenrys as a member of the School Board for the years other er said was Mr Mc ember of the school the public and for He related several ences during which ry was a member of convention will be decided upon at Ition On a Platform until after the sister Mrs A J Arendall of the meeing of the State board Wedi national 631 a platform plank of principles the club ma be of the latest supported by Mayor Thompson ofjisble benefit to the community j Mr Dumms statement rings true and the opinion generally prevails J Walter Patterson of Chest nut Street ELKS TO HAVE BIG LDNCH AND SMOKER TONIGHT e he was city suner was the next spealc the Business In his he said the of his sketch was An example high est and best type of business man to be found in American ME Tweedie delighted his hearers by reciting several of Mi itcHenrys initial business when he was owner and manager of Jeffer son Citys G Scruggs of him as the Community which he stated he had not only contributed liberally of his time and means to every worthy enterprise for the up building of Jefferson City but that he had headed many of the organi zations of the city whose chief func tion was the advancement of the city A T Dumm newly elected president of the Commercial Club of which Houck McHenry is the im mediate past president made ai address in which he pre Lodge Will Honor Their New Exalted Ruler Henry J Feind The Elks lodge will give a big luncheon and smpker at their regular meeting this evening at the club rooms The installation ofthe new officers for the year will take place and the luncheon is given in honor of their hew Exalted Ruler Henry J Feind and the other new officers of the The Elks plan a big year and a large attendance of the members is expected this evening to encourage the new officers in their efforts Ow ing to the war the lodge has not been active in social affairs lately and it is planned by the members to resume activities along lines which will af ford pleasure to the members as well be of benefit to the organization The Elks have one of the largest and best memberships oi any lodge in the city and the coming year is looked forward to by them as one of the besthi its history nesday night An invitation from the Jefferson City Chapter has been extended for the convention to be held here and it is hoped this meeting of representative business women will conclude to hold this its second session at the State Capital Mayor Thompson of Chicago was included in the list of delegatesat large L Patterson of Jefferson i EL PASO of j bulietin confirms the report of the cupture of President Carranza that if he is given proper support by City and Miss Clara Hamilton ofj the neonlp of thP rlnh will i Oklahoma were married tt the people of the city the club will i be a great success J L Beck was i elected vicepresident and Hemy ADJUTANT GENERAL CLARK 2 URGES LEGION MEMBERSHIP Adjutant General H C Clerk Chairman of the State Executive the American Legion today issued a call to all posts throughout the State asking them to make a special effort to enlist every Missouri soldier sailor and marine who has not yet joined the order dur ing American Legion week begin ning May 17th and ending May 22nd Missouri now has 311 Legion posts every section of the state being rep resented and it is desired to make a special effort to have any exservice men who not yet joined enter the order Governor Gardner has issued a proclamation asking the people of the State to observe Am erican Legion week FIRST NATIONAL STATEMENT SHOWS BUSINESS INCREASE election of a secretary has because a man experienced in this Incidents that appeared on their j Ase1 treasurer face to show a lack of harmonv ocj cmred repeatedly during the days i been left to a committee for action session when Senator McCormick adi opinion prevails generally a sec dressed the convention the delegates i retary will be imported for the place in the left wing and the rear right wing were brought to their feet madly as the Senator said Fellow Republicans whatever differ ences might be see to it that you do one thing and that is to prevent a solid front for Frank Ci Lowder for The Cook County dele gation sat silent while pandemonium broke loose around galleries joined in the cheering VERA May recently i official bulletin received here from Mr Patterson is the youngest Mexico City announced that President of Mr and Mrs Walter Patterson Carranzas train is on the Mexican of 208 Chestnut street j rail way between and Eper With the exception of two years j ant a in France Mr Patterson has fprj It adds that a commission has been several years been engaged in teachi dispatched from the capital to school in Oklahoma where he proach Carranza and offer him guar character of work is wanted who is a The club now has a membeship of 1 about 150 and an effort will be made to increase the memberslup in order that as many citizens as possible may become interested in the future wel fare of the town A committee is also considering the advisability of submitting the Mr and Mrs Patterson arrived in Jefierson City Sunday evening and will spend their honeymoon here and in Osage County with relatives and friends They have not yet decided just where will locate but may decide BROWNSVILLE May The fail of Reynoa opposite Hidalgo Texas into the hands of the revolu today left Matamoros the only important point on the TexasMexican border to remain under control of Carvanza officials RICH TIFF STEP NEAR CENTERTOWN REPORTED Lansdinvns Have Force of Men Working to Develop Install Mill CAR DRIVERS SPEED DESPITE POLICE AND LAW Despite city ordinances and the police automobiles run so fast on The Firsb financial National statement of the issued yesterday shows this solid financial institution has experienced a growth of nearly a half million dollars over the state ment called for by the government only four months ago The state ment shows resources of GEORGE H WYATT HERE George H Wyatt former city at torney of the Capital City is here on a visit Mr Wyatt now resides at Ardmore where he is man aging editor of the Ardmorite that citys leading newspaper Mr Wyatts High street at times it takes two i friends here are glad to see him rf 1 OWLttU J Lh lr H W seated Mr McHenry with a token of people to see a car A s di tlje esteem m which he is held by the car lit stones car Snnd G of the club inthe form of cows esophagus which for its i and bumper off Sunday The car BLASERS GAS RECEIPT OVER FORTYFIVE intrinsic value will not add much to aWe to recipients collection of valuable was going so fast Mr Stone was un1 the oldest gas receipt in tokens but which as a mirth maker pas all that it had been intended Little Miss Ann Russell Hoefer fiughter of Mr and Mrs Wm C presented Mr May basket containing pf beautiful flowers for Mrs Mc Henry and a diamond Rotary emblem forair McHenry as a gift from the members of the club The response by Mr McHenry showed he was deeply touched by the remarks of the speakers and the pre sentation of the gift from the club More than fifty members enjoyed the interesting program whichwas intr spersed by vocal selections and noise makers of different varietv the number Many citi the State has been entered in the contest of the Jefferson City Light zens are fearing a serious accident most anytime unless there is a cam paign started to arrest all speeders EXSPEAKER HILL HERE Former Speaker James H Hill of the House of Representatives was here yesterday on official business Mr Hill represented Platt County for several terms and was regarded as one of the most able members of the House during his time TELEPHONE 80 ALL NEWS PAPER ALWAYS GLAD TO RECEIVE IT ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS ENDORSE May1 10 Illinois Democratsin1 theirState1 con vention today bestowed their praise j upon the administration bf President I WilsU scored the Illinois Republi1 can Senators for obstructing ratifi cation of the peace treaty and elected delegates to the partys national con vention and adjourned until Septem Thi wet plank did not come1 to the rttention of the convention The Daily Capital News is always anxious to have all news of interest in Jefferson City and Central Missouri and will be pleased to have friends telephone it to the office If have someone visiting you telephone it to SO Bear in mind we want to publish ALL the news and help us to do it BIJY FARM TRACTORS Fischer of near Zion and of near Wardsvillc have oprchased new farm tractors i SMITH HELPING DIRCKX I Charles Smith is assisting in the office County Clerk C A Dirckx I as a risult of the mysterious disap I pearanca of Deputy Clerk John S Subscribe for the NEWS Heat and Power by G Blaser father of A E Blaser county col lector The receipt is almost forty five years old A number of old re ceipts have been entered in the com panys contest which closes on May loth A rich strike of tiff on the Buck eye Valley Farm south of Center town owned by Lansdown Brothers was reported yesterday by B W Lansdown of that place Mr Lansdown says the face is six feet in width ninety feet long and only nine feet from the surface He says the bottom has not been struck and that several men are now en gaged in developing the property It is expected developments will be such as to bring about the installment of a mill there to handle the products BASEBALL By Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh Phiadelphia matter of changing the same to Chamber of Commerce and f omiaj tion of a junior organization to the j board of directors Mr Dumms statement follows in full members the Jefferson City Commercial Club have recently selected a new board of directors for the club and that board lias seen fit to elect me president for the ensuing i year I did not seek this honor Inj deed if I had consulted my ownperNo other games scheduled sonal interests alone I should have declined it But I beileve as Ihave always believed that citizenship in a community involves responsibility and that no good citizen can refuse to Ldo his part when called upon I believe also that senice is the es sence of good citizenship and that the citizen who refuses to serve is a deadweight and a drawback to his community I believe that Jefferson City is the best town in Missouri to take up their residence here Their Matamoros tonight continued quiet many friends extend congratulations and passage across the international bridge was uninterrupted R H T O rr o i J 1 4 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE At St Louis Cleveland 7 Louis 3 At 7 Phiiadelohia 10 13 9 EAGLE PASS TEXf May Pietlvas Negras was outwartlly revolutionists near A wrecking train to tear tip the railroad track to pre vent possible use ofthe road by is stalled several miles south of theborder the entire wrecking having joined the rebels according to reports here if it is found in sufficient quantities j I waTlt everybody else to believe Tiff is used in1 the manufacture of paint and other commodities MARRIAGE LICENSE Hugo G Arnhold and Marguerite Scherer Jefferson City Victor Capleton and Alma Bled soe Jefferson City J J Clay Jefferson City and Mayme Smith Columbia Theodore Kohn Enon and Mrs Effie Kaufman Olean the same way The only purpose the Commercial Club has is to promote and advance the interests of Jefferson City No matter how earnest and No other sanies scheduled NEW YORK May battle ship Oklahoma which was ordered to dav to sail for Key West will leave nrobably at 11 oclock tomorrow morn her commander said tonight The department has ordered three additional destroyer to accompany tho battleship from New York to Key in preparedness for duty inMex ican water J H MEAGHER HERE J H Meagher a former newsi paperman of this city was here yes terday on business Many years ago mm c paperand was correspondent for the it may be to accomplish that purpose n T v p GlobeDemocrat in which position he was succeeded by J H Edwards Mr Meagher will be remembered by many GN HARMONY CHAS REUSSER MARRIED Charles Reusser who is connected with the Poole Creber meat market of this city was quietly marj ried Sunday afternoon at California JUDGE DULLE NOT IMPROVED Reports from Judge H J Dulle is quite sick at his home on St Marys boulevard are that he is no better and relatives and friends are quite worried over his condition Judge Dulle is one of the countys oldest and most highly respected citizens George Wagner and Dr J P Forth Have Different Views on Convention ot it cannot do so without the support of the community I believe in this town in its in its possi and I ask you to show that you believe in them I am willing tojnumber of he hap to his credit man George Wagner of the Republi give of my time and of the small means that I possess to keep the old timers He is reported to Republican disagree on the recent have been looking well despite the State convention of that party Chair I I He now resides in Kansas Citv JACOB ROST ILL Jacob Rost one of Jefferson Citys oldest and most highly respected citi zens is lying quite ill at his home by Rev Umbeck to a young lady from Kansas City He was rooming with Mr John j in the East End Mr Rost has many Madison and about noon Sunday a care drove up and the young man said fGoodbye John Im The many friends of Mr Reusser were greatly surprised to hear of his marriage and he has the well wishes of them all friends in Jefferson City and through out Cole County who hope he will soon be on the road to recoverv HARRY RNETHER NO BETTER Friends of Harry Ruether who is in Excelsior Springs for the benefit ferson City going forward On be half of the newlyelected board of business men wfto are sacrificing their time and their means to this appeal to the entire citizenship of this community to help us keep Jefferson dty on the map I appeal to the press to rally to the support of the new board of directors The newspapers more than any other agency can make or break a town and I ask for the board the unanimous and enthusiastic sup port of the newspapers We shall j make mistakes and when we make them we shall expect criticism but can County committee returned yes terday Wagner says the convention j Mrs Lumpkin will make no plans RHODES BARBARICK BETTER Rhodes M Barbariek who the Republicans are going to went to the State Sanitorium at Mt j cany Missouri by from to Vernon for has improved this fall to such an extent that he has been This is quite a contrast to tlfe permitted to leave there He is now i statement made by Dr J P Perth at Belle where he will remain for j former chairman of the Republican several months taking the identical i City Committee as delegate to the treatment given at the State institu convention and a member of the cre Ho was here yesterday dontial committee which heard the j Kansas City contest DOING MUCH ROAD WORK j After hearing testimony resrard Judpre W T of the county j ino the contests Dr Pnrth declared county highway If actions had taken place engineer and H W Wood of Rolla i them would have been a kill were here yesterday conferring with tnat s fair honest and just the statc hj lnvav tmcnt Thev TT1 it fuiinv 1uw HfFerent thesc Wo chat finrtA We shall do our dead level best not to make the same mistakes twice When you are called upon as you ties of that soctfon will be dont turn the deaf ear or cold shoulder but extend the ay a great deal of road work is boj two Republican leaders look upon the j ing done in Pheips and other couni convention the hand of helpfulness for the upbuild of RETURN FROM TRIP TO BLASER IS PREPARING ALL i INCOME TAX STATEMENTS DR B R SON HERE Dr E R Son of Osage City was here yesterday on business Dr Son savs while his family is temporarilythere for or tnrec longer living at California he still hasan office at Osage j of his health will be disappointed to j ing of your communitv which in1 R flaser learn that he is not improving as eludes yourself I T tatemOTts TWTC T vnTT McLiung Judge L thn county who are subject to the ib Henry Amlrae have re provisions of the State income tax will be necessary for him to remain i W H LUKENMEYER SICK W H Luckenmeyer is sick at his renvovi turned from the Painted Rock Fish The statement will bo held up for j ing and Hunting Club where they a few days pendinga decision of the i spent a few days fishing Reports Supreme Court on the amount of tax 13yearold j Luckenmeyer SUSTAINS BROKEN ARM Cletus Boulware the srTi of Mr and Mrs W L Boulware j highly 608 broken arm while play in front of the family Sunday after noon LODGE TO PRESIDE By Associated Pressi i of some finecatches are marie with to bo collected CHICAGO May 10 Senator the usual offers to prove all claims home on East Main street Mr Lodge of Massachusetts Senate is one of the citys leader and author ofthe Lodge rcser GET IX LIQUOR improvement Subscribe for the NEWS V UNDERTAKERS Governor Frederick D Gardner is in Kansas City at a meeting of the Vunpral Directors Associa the coming presidential campaign at store room of a former saloon hero tion Today he will address a con the Republican national convention and drove away with two truck loads vention of wholesale respected citizens and hasrations to the League of Nations KANSAS CITY May Fivo East Water street sustained a j many friends who are hoping for his covenant will sound the keynote of unmaskedrobbers today held up the I here June 8 of whiskey valued at rocers on subject alul V   

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