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Democrat-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 31, 1921, Jefferson City, Missouri Generally fair tonight and to Borrow cooler Central Miawmria Leadiig Dtao i cratic Newspaper UNITED PRESS NEWSSERVICE BY WIRE tU JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI TUESDAY MAY 31 1921 Baseball Season Opens With Two Victories for Capital City v 1 1 Hunt Delivers Address and the Boys Swat for Both Score 2 to 6 to 5 An ideal day for ball playing a crowd of someting like two thousand people and two fine toaUteams mark hp the base baill sea son at Sunday after ncton Proceeding the game the ball teams headed by the local accompanied by a number of auto pairaded thtrough the main tii Lincoln Park wfee they byv Mayor Paul Hunt in a well worded short address in which he thanked the people of Jef fersori City on behalf of the for thegeiierous support j given the team and he requested every jcxne to cooperate and support the team and encourage them to be tfoe champions of central Missouri TKje bail park is in ideal playing con The screening along third base Kne affords excellent parking for the automobiles as well as giving the players the benefit of this space un Ivin3ered Many favorable comments hereheard as to the condition of the graiia and ball in general The game was fast well played and considering the fajct that this is thte first time the home team has played together the boys all displayed mid seaaon The local team suc ceeded in shutting out the strong Hannibal team 2 to 0 and the play in detail follows First Hannibal Bloom struck out Hogg out short to First McNulty hit a 2 bagger to left Grace out short to first Jefferson City Wiley struck out Blaser struck out Briiidelle out Taylor to Hogg Second Hannibal Fischer struck out Webb struck out Yates reaohies first on error by Lewellyn struck out Jefferson City Wetzel struck Out WorhelF Tiit to 2nd baseman who threw over 1st basemans head Wamell taking 2nd base Neibert struck out LaweWyn but pitcher to 1st base Third Inning Hannibal Kaylor fouled to Wiley Bloom singled to left Bloom stole 2nd Hogg out fried cut to right field Lillpop hit by pitched ball takes 1st base Wiley flied out to center Blaser hit to 3rd base who threw low to firist Lillpop safe and safe on first Prindable out at 1st Ibasei Hogg un Bloom going to out Wiley to Prindable Jefferson City School Pitcher to 1st base 3d base McNulty Fouth Grace short to Fiscfcter struck out Webb out 2nd to 1st Jegerson City to 2nd Mo fumbled Wet zell safe Wetzeli stole sec ond Pitcher throwing ball to center field Wetzell going to third Warnell popped to Hogg Niebert struck out Lewellyn up crowd pulling hard for hit Lewellyn hits sharp singe to right scoring Wetzel the first run of the game School erideVl theinning with four to catahter Fifth Yates hits high foul which School nicely Brows struck out Taylor out short to first Jefferson City Lillpop hits to third tase who easiliy threw him out at first Wiley out sihbrt to first Blaser up and Mts several foul balls over left field fence much to tihesatisfaction of the small waiting outside to get in Eddie is always a friend of the kids Blaser finally hits to short who overthrows first Blaser being safe Blaser out stealing second Sixth Bloom out by first mam unassisted Hogg out on hot line drive to center which Wetzell took care of nicely McNulty struck out Jefferson City Prindable out Taylor to Hogg Wet zel hits Texas Leaguer over second Warnell hits to second baseman who made a bad throw to sfcort iboth zel and Warnell safe Neibert that to third base who threw him out at Wetzel and Warnell advancing to third and second LeweLlyn struck out Seventh Grace out short to first Fischer flied out to center Wetzel making nice running catch Webb hits single to left Yates fiied out to Warnell Jefferson City Scholl popped to Grace Lill pop struck at three good Wiley hits to center and goes to tihrird when JAR EXPLODES Miss Helen Rcece Suffers a Laorated Hand Badlj Miss Helen Reece of 207 Monroe street suffered a very painful injury Monday while opening a jar of fruit The jar exploded as siMe opened it and cut her hand and arm badly She was today but it will be several days before she has fully re covered from her injuries jVIcNulty lets ball get away from him Blaser up and crowd pulling hard for hit Blaser hits lien drive over second base scoring Wiley Prindable doubled Blaser go ing to third Wetzell up and croivvd yelling for home run Nice rally Stopped by Hannibal catcher nipping Prindable off second Eighth Brown out piteihter to first base Taylor hit to second who fumbled Bloom hit to pitoher who threw to second cut ting off Taylor Hogg popped to Lewellyn Jefferson City Wetzel trtick out Warnell struck out Neibert fouled to first baseman Ninth McNulty struck out Grace flied out to War nell Fischer out at first base unas sisted The box scora in detail Jefferson City AB R BH PO A E Wiley 3b 1 1 1 1 Blaser 0 2 0 0 Prindable 0 1 111 0 Wetzel cf 1 1 2 0 Warnell rf 0120 Neibert 2b 0 0 0 4 Lewellyn ss 5 0 12 2 Scholl c 0 091 Lillpop p 0 0 02 NEW TEACHERS Clyde Humphrey Will Have Charge of Commercial Wcrk Clyde Humphrey of Charleston Missouri has been elected to take Charge of the commercial work in the Higih School for next year He suc ceeds Mr L J Tedder ac cepted a position in the Teachers College at Wayrensburg Missouri EMBRYO TEACHERS A SHOT FROM AMBUSH Graduates From High School Eligible Pete Weber a Farmer Near Lohman to Teach Schools Injured by Unknown Assailant All of the High School girls wfho Pete Weber a young farmer resid took the Senior Teachers Training ing near Lohman was asot at from work passed the state examinations ambush Sunday evening as he was successfully and have received the going to visit hs sweetheart He was Teacher Training certificates which blightly injured by scattered shot and are State certificates enabling them broken glass from the wind shield cf to teach in any public school in the Us automobile Weber told Sheriff Mr Humphrey coems highly recom State for a period of two years Tihe Grelein that he did not know who shot following are the girls who have re at him but 5t ls suspected tlhat the ccived the Teacher Training certifi SUlty is a sutor for the hatld tne same gir1 that Weiber mended and will receive his B S de gree in education at the University of Missouri at the close of the summer following new grade teachers have been elected by tht Board of Education for next year j I Grace Miller Union Star Missouri Eifeel Allen Elairstowri Missouri Ethel L Bourne Appleton City Missouri eate Lillian Jose Thelma Hurt Nannie Bedsworth Merle Hausman EuTa Rustin Lillian Ferguson Elizabeth Cay Emma Townsend Webers are not serious and he iwill have recovered in a day or two The shooting took place about 8 oclock Sunday evening en a lonely BIG TAXES A DUTY Corporate Franchise Tax Will Show a Big Reports to the state tax commission The Governor Secretary Called Up on for Strange Duties Todd Armiston private secretary Governor Hyde had some business on his hands today that was not down load near Lohman and Weber never saw the person fchlat fired the shot CALLS EXTRA SESSION Date of Road Session Set For June Fourteenth Governor Hyde stated at noon that VOL 44 NO 331 OSBORNE COMING Great Prison Reformer to Make a Survey of Prison Thomas Mctt Osborne former War den of the Sing Sing prison and tihe naval prison st Portland will be here June 17 upon special invitation from Governor Hyde to make a survey of he Missouri penitentiary This is a matter the Governor has had under contemplation from some time He learned lately through Judge W K James of Buchanan county who had been corresponding with the former Warden and autitority on prison man ngoment that tfhe latter would con clude a lecture tour at Philadelphia June 15 and could be secured for this state commencing June 17 Osborne is recognized all over the country SS an authority on prison management Governor Hyde said he had not ex tended the invitation with the view of inaugmating a shakeup in tihe management of the Missouri peniten tiary but primarily for the purpose f learning betterments could be added to tihe institution If a sur iey shows that the management can be greatly improved it is to be ex would issued his proclamation pected that the Governor will not the shown that ths corporation franchise on nis programme Two elderly wo a t tax law will produce more racn fainted on Ms hands in the Gov evening his year than it produced last year I reception room wfcen they were in special session at noon says hl The great increase is undoubtedly in tola tnat fchey could not get their sons June 14 He aid that the proclama best of part due to the fact that the United liaroled out of the penitentiary ex lion would be in the usual legal form j 1 I State Supreme court recently sustain C6P1 id the Missouri Supreme court in of the the law to be constitutional llers from the usual channels One and that for tine time being he wall women accompanied her son only ask the General Assembly to hesitate to act What the Governor says he hopes to obtain is the very irmation as to how the in stitution can be improved WRECK A CAR yesterday when he consider tlhe issue of state bonds for n all of it provision A good many of was turned over to the penitentiary highway improvements but a little he corporations some of tfnem very facials fcy officers from Jasper coun arge have since made haste to pay He stolen a costly automo 32 2 7 24 10 1 Total Hannibal Bloom If 4 01 0 Hogg Ifo 4 0 0 10 McNulty cf 4 0 1 1 Grace ss 4 0 02 Fisher 2b 4 0 0 2 Webb rf 3 0 1 Yates 3b 3 0 1 Kaylor p 0 0 Total 32 6 4 Score by Innings 123456789 Jefferson City 00010010 Hannibal 000000000 Earned runs Jefferson City 1 i o o 24 4 0 9 5 heir delinquent taxes The State andm trying to make an escape Auditor in his repSrt to the legisla i ran into a street car and was caught the receipts from this said her boy was insane source year for this 5t mias duty of the Governor year arid the same for next y eh NAMES ROBERTS i to release him forthwith Explana did not do any good so the iwomen famted and after Mr Armis i ton and other had revived ihter she j became hysterical and it was sume time before she took departure The other woman had a son in the penitentiary whom she wanted out instanter and when told that this J E Roberta of Kirksville has been impossible she fainted but did pppointed Chief Mine Inspector to j not create any scene after some kind succeed George Hill of Brozito Mo j had been spoken to inter and she W H Crouch will succeed Jce Gold man as Secretary New State Mine Inspector Appointed to Succeed Hill Twobaise hits Prindable Nulty 1 1 Mc Continued on page happening to dont wait for it VER Y day we read in the papers of loss through rob bery or fire of valuable personal belongings keepsakes or heir looms This is cons other people to happen to MORAL Secure one of Our Safe Deposit Boxes at a Year CENTRAL MISSOURI TRUST COMPANY A QUESTION OF LAW I J E Goodrich of the Kansas City Railways appeared before the state tax commission today and argued that since the property he represents is in the hands of receivers appointed by thle federal court the property is not wiDbin the taxingpower of the state on its capital stock and surplus as is provided in the corporation fran chise tax law imposing a tax of en each of capital stock and surplus was advised as tothe best methods 1o pursue if tihere is any merit in her application later in one or more supplemental messages he will ask for legislation reducing the state income tax the corporation franchise tax and the ttate levy and probably primary elec tion legislation COL HUEGEL ILL Veteran Hotel Man Overcome at Ball Game Col Jos A tiuegel the veteran ho tel was overcome by the ihieat at the ball game yesterday and as p result he is ill today Tihe excitement of the terday was too much for the old base ball enthusiast and he collapsed un der the strain His many friends hope that he will a speedy recovery Big Xash Secian of Hebe Rankins Driven in Ditch A fine NasiK Sedan owned by Helbe Rankin tfre tavi owner was demol ished in an accident near Ashland Sunday The car was being sdri ven Columbia by Boots Hill a driver for Rankin when he lost con trol of the car and run it into a ditch The car was badly damaged but none of the occupants were hurt t BATTERIES P H Garage and Tire Co 324 Main St Phone No 2 Clothes Saved Are Dollars Earned high cost of clothes makes it more important than ever to take care of Thrifty housewives are keeping their clothes in Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobes where they are protected from dust dirt moths and wrinkles With Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobes you can keep your clothes spic and span and ready for instant use ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce to the people of Jefferson City and the surrounding community that we have secured the distribution of the Lowe Brothers High Standard Liquid Paints and product which has been on the market for forty years and which is considered the Tiffany in in the future it is our intention to carry a full and complete stock of these High Standard products at all times In order to acquaint our friends and customers ofthe superi ority of the Lowe Brothers products we have arranged tor a threeday PAINT DEMONSTRATION Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday May 31 June 1 and 2 at which time Mr Jack Kinsey representative of the Lowe Brothers Company will explain the advantages to be gained in using the Lowe Brothers High Standard Liquid Paints and Varnishes for all purposes Mr Kinsey will be more than pleased to give you his opinion and advice on any of your paint matter what they are This demonstration will be highly educational from a paint standpoint and anyone who has a paint problem should not fail to attend Mr Kinseys services are free and you are placed under no obligation whatever by attending this demonstration SCHELL MUSIC COMPANY WALL PAPER AND PAINT Phone 110 100 EAST HIGH ST
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