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Daily Captial News (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Jefferson City, Missouri v r S 7 IiY GAPITAL NEWS I DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER Every Except Jfondr by CAPITAL MEWS PRIXTIXG i W R HOLJJSTSR Pretidmti Circulation 3450 Circulation Greater Than Other Two Dailies Combined Entered at tiie at Jefferson City Missouri as SecoadClats Mall Matter BUCHANAN FRANKLON By Carrier per month Sjr yedr In SUBSCRIPTION RATES 40 By Six months In advance By mail per year in advance Alt mail subsoripiions stopped when time exjires Watch the date on your pape Sottty office to transfer or stop tha paper Carrier boys not allowed to receive com or stops MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESis The Associated Press is exclusively to use for repubhcation of all news dispatches created to it or not otherwise credited m this paper acd also the local news published herein All rights or publica tion of dispatches herein are also reserved Foreign Representatives GBORGB B DAVID Inc 71 Madlion NTBW YORE 1411 Hartlord CHICAGO ILL PHONES Business Office 94 Editorial and News SO Continued from page orfe TUESDAY OCTOBER 19 1920 ihavV kept the purchasing price of j one dollar up to cents in the management of the various state j stituionij and the public credits gen jeraliy Taking Mr Hydes iig iuieSj and allowing fcr tlie puraiase j price dollar at 50 cents I have ejected a saving of j We ran the stace the j past year on or a per capitarate cf lowest of any of the 48 states in the union Hyde injuring Mr Hyde is injuring himself and injuring tne state by his persistent A fevr tablets of Papos that Missouri ranks correct aciditr thus rcgulatin tkm and giving almost instant stoui J down tnntyfourth in ilhter Regulate your stomach so can cat favorite foods without fear of Indlgestioa Flatulence Gises Acidity Palpitation ach relief Large 60c The Republican party has never been very scrupulous in its observance of truth and fair play in the conduct of political cam paigns but in the memory of living men i Deception and never has it stooped to so much trickery j Straddling and deceit as in the present campaign It j started ouTT on a hocuspocus platform i v A ree records given with every which took a decided stand on no important question but which i rathe machine while they last extra was framed in such a way as to mean anything or nothing It then discount for full stock on hand j chose a man to run for President on that platform who was ini out entire stockSCHELL 4 v u j i i I MUSIC 100 E High St 9Stf i tended to be putty in the hands of the platformmakers This man I is a Senator a member of the senatorial oligarchy which wants to j r T j 1 dominate the President Congress and the government machinery 1 only of the United States acy This is not The statei ment has been publicly deniedby j i State Superintendent of Public I Schools Baker a Republican state of jiicial and by every public educator in i the state who has had occasion to disj I cuss the matter i HOW DOCTORS MAT COLDS The Caloric Pipeiess furnace is and the one original pipeicss ay money back Senator Harding in his endeavorsto adjust himself to the W1jy ppy as mucb for an imitation when you can get the Republican platform and at the same time please the various inj genuine Fortyseven in congruous elements which the party is trying to marshal under its j this city Carload in Let us figure with you Schell j Step in Treatment Is a Brisk Purgative With Calo tabs the Purified and Refined Tablets That Are and Sure Mailinsons Chinchiik Satin MALLINSONC i 1 Silks deluxe O tl banner has had a f earful time of it One would suppose that in the discussion of a subject of such tremendoups importance as the League of Nations the Republican candidate for the presidency j would take some decided stand Governor Cox has shown that i Senator Harding up to date has occpied twelve dis T j T I fifty cent sappers You v tinct positions respecting the Leage of Nations Any endeavor to Li v e i ably surprised and the style calomel follow an actor on the Stage who twists and gyrates with the fa tam have made another friend Openthe act that an active liver may go a cility of Senator Harding on the political stage would certain v P m to Ey towards preventing influj fh 4 ir h f j enza one of the most important cause physical strabismus But a spinning topcannot spin fori aantes enabling the patient to suei Doctors have found by experience Music 100 E High street jtliat for coltls and infiuj 7 in tf depended upon for full ef j fectiveness until the liver is made thoroughly active That is why thej Drop hi the Coftee Shop at the first step In the treatment is the e our nuseaess calome tablet called Calo be asreejng and weakening effects of the old Doctors also point out r Theres warmth with 1 out weight in Chinchilla Satin As becoming to the woman of generous pro portions as to her friend of lithe figure it is the coveted slenderizing silk To Embroidery Beading Braiding Chenille Stitchery Fur and all the other en hancements favored by Fashion it lends itselfwith equal facility Yet so distinctive in its loveliness that it requires no additional embellishmerits The rich glorious for the street and the lighter vivid brilliant shades for the electriclight hours are reflected with equal purity and splendor in the mirrorlike surface of Chinchilla Satin 40 Inches Wide Per Yard rr i T i ever Trying to placate Johnson and Borah who have atall times pm to Pm inglv popujar Come in vard oneumoni an attack and been against the League and at the same time please the large and have attended the movies and join 0J Btonsue at bedj time witlr a swallow of water thats I Jail No tSalts no nausea nor the slightest interference with vour THE QUALITY STORE powerful element in the party who favor going into the Senator Harding became confused and finally spilled the l wil1 servc yoa supper In his Des Moines speech Senator Harding turned his back on the League with or without reservations saying it was not pretations but rejection he was seeking That statement mightily i AT DumiV W Etioiiist petite for breakfast pleased Johnson and ment to millions of uone to appease the Republicans of principle who had declared j their intention to stand by the League and vote for Cox Thirtyj influential Republicans headed by Elihu Root the Duns Scotus j of statesmen formulated a statement to the effect that except forj Mr Hycle says board that the state j not truei and he oyght to know it has accomplished sipund over the time oaltcndthe first show pleasure or work Next morning were time it would be stat6j misrepresenting my adminis 1012lw youV cold has vanshed your liver is a serious reflection on the two Rei tration 1 system is purified and publican members of the board offnipof oements being ouri the peo ought to know j Mlss Phelps accompanpccl r on MisS Deska John Melang and the Gray and Means Rav last Calotabs only in original scaled packdonn meiang ancl me anything li a Boran but brought sorrow and disappoint1 night from St Louis price thirtyfive cents Your sistant secretary Chas M Becker i pange of r other good Repblican Something must bej Jie foi Secretary of in this s CASCARET like the present wide you do not find them But Hydes isaon Kansas City spent the week end with road improvements going jpf Mr and Mrs Wash e o of East McCartv street state One can hardlv get the ain traveled hignwav Subscribe for tne NEWS Article Ten which they proposed eliminating the League was all j lttey whlle SIeePn that that was really Hardings position Once again j Senator Harding feels called upon to adjust himself to the new j situation by straddling When in St Lxmis a PostDispatch j reporter asked Harding if he would be willing to submit the presi ent peace treaty to the The answer was I am against the League of Nations with Article but there was no answer i to the question asked because the Senator remembered his Moines speech in which he turned his back on the League j Stop growling around like a cross j O ibuil pup You are constipated bil O jious and what you need is Cancarets former President i aft has time and again advocated the jtcnight sure for your liverand bow O League including Article 10 saying had I been in the Senate liels Then you will wake up wonderrig would have voted for the League and treaty as Mr ing became your nervousg Taft did not sign the statement above referred Icoid e g The Republican party would seem to have no faith in itself inconvenience Children jo in the people A party so addicted to deceit and straddling is too 10 25 50 cents jo worthy of confidence It should now as in 1912 be turned v 1L 8 by all progressive Republicans who have regard for truth snd nations honor Unionizing the Farmers TODAY The extent to which fruit growers in the Eastern States are banding together to market their product is significant evidence of j a movement which is rapidly becoming j of national importance In Chester j i within a fiftrmile radius of New York j the growers have created their own assoj MATINEE NIGHT ciation erected a cold storage warehouse and invested in a j squadron of ten motor trucks They have worked out a plan of marketing their products in New York and Philadelphia carrying them direct to their purchasers With a keen eye for business they j are advertising for return loads through the intervening territorv DOUBLE PROGRAM TWO SHOWS o You wouldnt steal Light from your family When It costs no more in light bills it is like stealing the light by which your wife sews and your children study not to giye them the nearest approach to sunlight Similar organizations are being formed in New Jersey and it is Acme Pictures Corp Presents quite evident that some of them at least are pretty far advanced I along the road of eliminating the middlemans profits j In the dairy regions feeding New York and the other great cities many collecting and milk shipping stations are now being managed by thefarmers They were driven to do this by the col lapse of the condensed milk market in Europe The condenseries were caught by the extremely high sugar prices that prevailed in 1 the spring and the effect uppn the price of their product was such 1 1 i Wl 1 rt T 4 C tM tmnnJ1 1 I f YVONNE DELYA and CREIGHTON HALE IN THE 13TH CHAIR From the Play by Bayard Veilber as to make it impossible for Europe to continue her Society Photodrama of Today Thereupon the fanners depending upon these condensed milk I plants facing huge losses determined to conduct their own busi ness as far as they could and they are still at it i The heavy reduction in the exports of condensed milk ViU I bring a much larger supply of butter and cheese to the Eastern j markets The transition however is awkward and difficult for I many of the buttermakers went out of business last year to engage i A m milk condensing when the foreign sales were at their height iUH There is an element of hazard in it for the dairymen must find ai market immediately or else slaughter their herds which would be a calamity PRICES As the farmer faces his period of readjustment owing to fading export market he is grappling with his own problems in an altogether new spirit according to reports coming in from all tons of the country and one of the most hopeful signs of the times BUY is the manner in which he has set out to improve the terns of marketing In AND CHARLIE CHAPLIN in Unless you put an EDISON MAZDA in every socket you are shutting off twothirds of the light could readily get because an EDISON MAZDA gives three times as much light as an oldstyle carbon lamp You should have them in every room As there are many different sizes we shall gladly help you select the ones to give you iust the right radiancy Wil ard hcmsenoic sizes las 1 watt at 3 fc six For No deliveries Dont forget the day Matinee lie and 17c i He and 22c TICKETS vr 1UvJUfcl AT ALL RADKE s A
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