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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri                                FAG2 DAILT CAPITAL NEWS SATURDAY MAT IS 1920 FOR THE GRADUATE ON the very threshold of practical life the graduates are about to take their places in the worlds work The years 01 study and preparation just closing seem insignificant comparer to the tasks ahead It is the time when the well wishes of parents and friends count much in easing the way Many a wish or piece of adyire given to the graduate at this time is earned deep in the to bear fruit in after to be recalled in fond and happy asso ciation later It is for this reason that graduating tune is coming to be looked upon as a time for gift messages from happy parents and generous well wishing friends A small but worthy jewelry gift carries with it a great deal of sentiment and the recipient will cherish it a lifetime You will be surprised what a modest outlay will buy here in worthy articles of jewelry No trouble to show what we have Come in PHIL A DALLMEYER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN E HIGH ST PHONE 704 WE FIX OLD TIMERS Money back withoct question If HUNTS Salve fato in the treatment of ITCH ECZ2MA RINGWORM TETTER Of Tiy 75 cent box at our risk G A Fischers Drug Store punch during evening Members of the HighSccool faculty were inf eluded in the invitation to Miss Mori ris party Mr and Mrs Morris and Mrs Emil Schott Mr and Joe Rephlo Mr and Mrs Charles Porch Mr and Mrs H Mr j and Mrs Charles Czarlinsky Mr and 1 Mrs Hughes Mr and Mrs Charles and Mr ami J C John son were the patronesses j i j Do you want curly hair so water or prespiration wont take it out If bO come let us give you a perma wave and you will have natur ally curly hair all summer If Have Been Before Body have any superfluous hair on your face you want removed permanently call Phone 206 Mrs A M MeCormj ick 302A East High St 429tf j Entrancing r Summer Appointments of President Wilson Are Being Held Up by Senate Committee y Purely Political County Superintendent Heads Local Committee For Progressive Move WASHINGTON May 1 4 Im portant Presidential nominations which should have received the im1 mediate attention of the Senate arej j being held up by the confirming j branch of the government because j of partisanship or inattention The j list contains some names that were You Are Especially Invited to Attend This Display Friday and Saturday May 1415 of Tafieta of Organdy of Ribbon of Silk model effects A diverse selection of lovely fash ions in the prettiest new colorings Fricke Millinery Trust Bldg Telephone 1130 Takes Charge of Circulating Pe sent in by the President two or more A Part llst of tition Asking for New Con stitution Convention f more important nominations to which j the Senate has refused so far to give livan are visiting Mr and Mrs W Patton Mr Hayes is the brothj County Superintendent A II Sieve i has taken the lead in circulating ini tiaiive petitions for Cole County jp0 er of Mrp voters to sign petitioning the GeneraM attention is as follows John Skelton Williams for reap as Comptroller of the cur nominated December 20 1919 Assembly to submit to Missouri voters j next iali the question Shall there Ms A W Parish has returned Constitutional Convention If Qf g Burlfisonf Eear William S Benson and Walter S her home in Kirksville after avisitthe rlve a majority rf n fo be of several days at the home 01 her SUcr Mibirission tnequestion itself rf Q brother C T Bartlett Mrs Robert NolansCard Club Mrs A V Jefferson BrockTexas Miss MacConachie and Miss Mar garet E MacConachie will be week end guests of Mr and Mrs B F i leaving on Sunday for Mission MisS Bertha will then be decided at a special eleci tion to be held in August 1921 The asnenjment provides for the bipar tisan election of delegates to the con ternational Communications Confer ience nominated Feb 27 1920 This international board is to study prob lems of wire communication for use i in war and peace To bum about the Constitutional Tnhn VMtn Convention which has been agitated the popular Hi Mr A W Graham spent Friday in W T Carrmgton has gone to Indianapolis saleslady at the novelty counter at Dallmeyers has accepted the position as secretary to Mr Wymore of the WaltherAVymore Furniture Company Miss Alice Barrett is at home j Kansas City where she attended the Mrs Cecil Thomas entertained meeting of the Womans Association luncheon guests on Thursday h the state ten the first step necessary is to get sign on the initiative petition Comity Superintendent A H Sieve has the Shipping Board ccoperaupn 9 the Commercial Glut j John Van Schaick to be ComT missioner of the District of Colum bia Nomnated December 12 1919 Martin J Gillen Wisconsin to be a member of the United States Nominated April and has named a number of men and women in this county to asj Henry Morgenthau of New York sist n circulating the petition j am taiough these columns expresses I to be ambasasdor to Mexico Nomi nated March 23 1920 George W P Hunt of Arizona to i Massachusetts and Henry James Ford of Princeton New Jersey to be members of the Interstate Com merce Commission were sent May 4 but have not been considered de spite the urgency for a full commis sion Mark W Potter of New York was nominated for the remaining commission vacancy on May 6 A typical method of partisan Sen ate procedure was shown recently in the case of Bainbridge Colby now RUMANIA IS A POLITICAL CRISIS Opposition to Alexander esco is Growing in Many Political Parties of State The Colby nomi political crises she nation was held up from Feb 2o to j enced smce thft armistice March 22 while the foreign relations j Alexander Averesco who committee investigated baseless rumj mifi b Ferdin By Associated Freas BUCHREST May is passing through another of the experij General perdinand in did have a ma whicll the hoe that Cole County voters in I J U i i be minister to Siam sufruiohi numbers will be prepared to Mr and Mrs Hampton Watts will Mrs W N Claggett will arrive entertain dinner guests this evening St Louis next week to visit Mrs for Mr and Mrs Willard King of Ft Cecil Thomas and other friends i Worth Texas Mr and Mrs King j are having a number of pretty conr John Weidemeyer will return to paid them during their visit napolis school work Sunday to resume They will go to Kansas City Sunday and return to their home the latter part of the week Mrs L March and Mrs Hal Gay lord of Minneapolis are guests of The ladies of the Euphrosyne Club Mr H B Church Sr ii jt ii w t plGJJtilCll w of Commerce The state board thcse 5nitiative petitions February 26 1920 ing will be held mJeiferson City the eothemfor Mrs Jpseph Goldman will entertain last of May her bridge club at the Central Hotel o no argument to back up the obvious statement that it is thii Missouri should have a premier by ors and charges whispered to a Of her of the Senate When the charges I jorjty in thg were disproved and it was found that the dissolved at that time and the investigation was both an inihe g being ppOsed by several pqlitiL justice to Mr Colby and a waste of parties in the nevr elections to time committee reported it out j choose a praiiament to succeed the and the Senate tried to make amends j one dssolvecl by j by quick action on the committee re Promises have ben made that Gen port eral Averesco will establish order in the country regulate the railways demobilize the army send the sol diers back to the farms and elimi nate dishonest officials who are said to have enormously increased in num jber since the beginning of the war Governor Gardner Blay Also j it is charged that political SUFFRAGE ADOPTION MEANS EXTRA SESSION Charles E Bunnell of Nebraska to be United States District Judge for the Fourth Division of Alaska Nominated Dev 8 1919 Rinehart E Pvoth of Alaska to be Ask for Reduction of Lev on All Incomes entertained with a five hundred party j at the Knights of Columbus Hall last I night for the benefit of St Marys Mis Joseph Goldman will be among x n Hospital Each members of the club i the delegates at the Kebekah State T invited one couple as their guests Lodge in Sedalia next week i i a and a crowd of about eighty enjoyed will provide for amore efficient public school ad and for a state budget which 5bail save perhaps millions of i dciiavs to the taxpayers of Missouri j However the only question at issue j now is not what shall be written into the ne A hut whether or not a shall be held for the purpose of drafting one United States Attorney for the same Assembly within the next few district Nominated January 5 1920 j months is contingent upon ratifies Salvador Mestre to be Attorney tion of the Federal Suffrage amend binations have been made against him to prevent him from carrying j out his projects and that unless the new parliament supports his pro Special Assembly Probable am he Avffl be to t lis of the General nto A special session g This style represents the biggest you trill find Made of Brown Gobdyear Welt Model This kind of a shoe is usually priced at Special Price and values priced m proportipn And If you General for Rico Nominated March 23 1920 More recently the President has sent in several nominations which should not have required more than ment Governor Gardner has de clared that when the amendment is ratified he will at once take up with Attorney General McAllister the j partes opposing is the Nationalists call them bolslie vists communists Dr j premier the recently deposed ministry is a member of this party question of what changes will be j a clay of so of delay For instance needed in the election laws of the the nomination of Alex C King of j state to meet the altered conditions Sirs Earl P Chittenden of Web ster Groves will arrive next week to visit her parents Major und Mrs J T Clarke Dr and Mrs Tarr of Tampa have arrived to take charge of Dr O W Barnes office during his stay in Kirksville i the evening Mrs Dick Nacy won the first ladies prize and Mrs Henry Feind the second prize Henry Feind the highest score among the men and Nick Speedy second Sandwiches and coffee were served and a pleas ant time was had by all present GLADYS BROCKWELL IN A NEWTHRILLER Gladys Brockwell in the William Fox production com ing to the Jefferson tonight gives promise of one of the strongest photoplays features of the year Georgia now Solicitor General of the United States to be circuit judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit This nomination went in April 29 and al though the nominee has been serv ing as Solicitor General of the j United States and his qualifications j are known to the Senate because of following the extension of full suf frage to women This means m all probability a session of several j weeks the early summer most j likely in July In addition to con sidering revision of the election laws to make them fit universal suf frage the Governor said a few days Thieves tells the story of Mazie j and Jimmy tools of a gentleman the prior confirmation the judge that he may cal1 tlle SP6 hip confirmation is still in connnit Mr and Mrs J J Hayes ofSul Schoo crook pals whom love lifts out of the depths and sets on the straight i and narrow path to happiness The at a Deautit story indicates a plav worth while ful evening dance entertained the stu1 dent body of the Simonsen High tee Nominations of James Duncan of Ma cial session to reduce the state in come tax rato and perhaps the fran chise tax rate At the last session unions of all the large cities are said to be in sympathy with the Nationalists in opposing Gcueral Averesco These unions have declared their adhesion to the Third Internationale of Mos cow The Nationalist party is reported J to be working in Transylvania to j form a Transylvanian republic WEL START ONJDNEl of Friday The dancc giv fiHSGHESTER S PILLS THEWIAMOXBBEAXK A ladlcx I5r in Red and TBoH mctallicy bcies sealrt with Bine Ribbon Tabe no other Buy ofyour Wmmrlnt AskforCllIClIESTERS HIAMOXB Sir f en at McClung Park with the English Orchestra furnishing the music The programs were unusually attractive and a number of favor dances were featured The young hostess who was selected Marcullus queen wore an exquisite gown of electric blue niessa line A number of her maids served and a role peculiarly fitted to Miss Brockwell one of the cleverest of emotional stars 8 TIPTOX STORE ROBBED Burglars took watches and other jewelry valued at S300 from a jewelry store at Tipton Thursday night ac cording to a message received by the police here yesterday The authorj ties at Tipton believe the burglars came toward Jefferson City from Tip ton and the officers here are on the TODAY At and 9 lookout for them 15c Per Bottle At All Drink Stands per Case of 24 Bottles Delivered at Your Home THE Co Distributors The next time you buy calomel ask for William Fox Presents GLADYS BROCKWELL IN I of the Legislature it was impossi ar responsibe ble to figure with any degree of exj Balkan wift actness just what the needs of g sadly familiar state would be and the amount of money that would be produced by the income tax law with the rate in creased from onehalf of one per I cent to one and onehalf per cent and the exemptions lowered from and to ami 000 In trying to ascertain what the change would bring in the Gov i ernor applied to the federal inconv tax authorities The experts of that department estimated that the total revenue produced would to annually The assess mens that have been received frorai all of the counties show that the in come tax for this year will be more than double that estimate or nearly There can be a very maj Assessor Jones Wall Be Assisted in Listing Property by Ihdle Assessor Frank E Joneshas every Friends ofRumania say that she i thing in readiness for making the as now presents a fair example of comj sessment of the county beginning on plicated Balkan politics which mystiJune 1 Lee B Dulle whoassisted fy those living beyond the frontiers j in the work last year secured of any Balkan country Foreign j to assist him and will look after the diplomats assert that such political j assessment of for the Mr Jones will make the assessment of the rural sections county The task listing all property inthe county for the purposes of taxation will iequireseyeral months j A of the Slums Society j terial reduction in the state income Love and Regeneration i tax the Governor says and he will jHow crooks were led into the straight and narrow path by the irresistible power of love j Showing love as well as i honor among thieves NELLS COME BACK i Sunshine Comedy so recommend to the special session if one is held or to the regular sesj sion next January The purified and refined calomel tablets that arc nausealess safe and sure Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved Sold on y ia sealed packages Price 35c VAUDEVILLE Woodward Singing and Comedy GAIL STAMPFLI WINS A MEDAL AT ST LUOIS IT Gail Stampfli son of Mr and Mrs George J Stampfli of this city has distinguished himself by winning first in an elocution contest at St Louis University where he is a student now of a gold medal be made during the Commence ment exercises soon to be held there Stampfli is a sophomore in the University Admission 11 and 17c Subscribe for the JNEWS A Cleveland woman has sued for divorce charging her husband moved fourteen times in twelve months Off goes our lid to a man who can find that many places to move Citizen Dinners and Suppers are a sure f ouncja tion for childrens health Order an extra Loaf of Today Save on your food bill Jefferson City Baking Go   

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