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   Jefferson City Tribune-Post (Newspaper) - March 28, 1927, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Page 2 JEFFERSON CITY TRIBUNEPOST Monday March 28 1927 Many Bills Are Still To Be Disposed Of and Sine Die Adjournment Will Not Come Until Probably Friday Appropriations Back To House Many Amendments Made By Senate State Traffic Code and Highway Building Are Still Pend ing The Missouri legislature entered its last week today faced with the task of finally passing the 1J27 28 application bills Leaders expect sine die adjourn ment the latter part of the week probably Thursday or Friday That will be thirteen weeks since the law makers convened The regular seventyday session during which the representatives and are taken up by conference comimit tees this will sought for even more 1 Duringthe rerunning days oi the session various other important bills must be finally passed Among them i is the proposed uniform state traf j fie safety code drafted and recom i mended by the Missouri Association i for the Street and Highway Safety the proposal for a separate state of i lieu building adjacent to the capitol here to house the highway depart ment and the bill to legalize 10 round no decision boxing bouts in the state and create a commission to regulate and license them i The house has passed the safety code proposal and it awaits senate action joth the house and senate have the highway building nitasure and the boxing bill but they passed in each house as separate bills and a single measure must ba passed in both cases This is expected to be done in the next few day Another important measure Gov ernor Bakers bill for a separate state fund for educational institutions from a ten per cent tax on tobacco products and amusements probably finally die for lack of senate ac tion It has lain in the senate ways and means for several weeks Various senate leaders have been opposed to it and it is under stood that the bill is to expire in committee The house passed it sev eral weeks ago ilost of Governor Bakers recess appointments since the 1925 legisla Acting Mayor of Chattanooga Pays ToKidnapers Who left TwoYearOld Daughter On Neighbors Steps senators received 85 a day started Januaiy 5 and expired March la Since have been on a 1 a day compensation The senate did not start to con sider the appropriation bills on the floor of the upper chamber until last Friday night more than a week af ter they were passed by the house Several including the educational and eleemosynary institution meas ures were amended in various sec tions and passed The senate will pass the remainder such as the REDONOBEACH Mar 28 contingent relief and deficiency fox terrier today had po ended and Protection for seven puppies by the state then go back to the j wnlch reared in her selfconstruc house The lower branch of the ted mountain cave home despite re assemWy seldom agrees to the alteri attacks by predatory animals Feared Tragedy and Met Demand ture were disposed of last Thurs day by the senate Chief among those confirmed were the five mem bers 01 the state prison board of which Dr Cortcz F Enloe republi can is director Fox Terrier and Her Puppies Have Police Protection atibns by the upper house Confer ence committees will then be named Discovered at the entrance to the little cave her face bleedingfrom a battle with a coyote or bob refused to allow a hunter to composed of senators and represent i winningbi atives to work out compromises Lat she re Then the measures will be finally Woach he returned passed This is expected to be comI bread she accepted the of Friday When pleted Thursday or consideration of the bills is complet ed and they are at last put through the final gavels will fall and Mis souris fiftyfourth general assembly will become history All last week the senate appropri ations committee lyas busy consider ing the appropriation bills and alter ing them as senate leaders thought best Appropriations made by the house tfor the various departments of the state government for 1927 and 1828 were cut approximately by the committee and that amount was i then distributed among the educa tional and eleemosynary institutions j was added to the jjrapriation for the University of i Missouri increasing it to As passed by the house the appropri ation stood at The house sent the ibills making appropriations from the general fetate revenue fund to the senate pro viding for a total of aprpoximatcly according to the house appropriations committee The pub lie schools get an appropriation com mittee The public schools get an appropriation of onethird of all revenue collected This would in fcrease the total to about The estimated revenue for is figured at about Thus i leaders estimated the available revenue for the biennial would be loverappropriated by the bills as passed by the house The feenate will endeavor to pare the measure to keep them within the estimated revenue and when the bills K and for several days hungrily took food from him Police visited the den yesterday and pronounced the terrier family in excellent health and spirits They said the puppies were Iborn several vceks ago probably duringthe se vere storms that swept the west Negro Acts As Agent For Abductors Halt Clad and Suffering From Medicine Administered Is Back In Mothers Anns CHATTANOOGA Mar 28 Virginia Josephine Frazier 2yearold daughter of act ing Mayor and Mrs Fred B Frazier held by kidnappers for four days was left on the prch of a ministers home last night dirty and only partially clothed but apparently unhurt Mr Frazier and paid a ransom of earlier in the evening Mrs John Venable wife of the pastor of the First Presbyterian church found the baby when she answered the door bell A drug the Kidnappers administer ed to the baby in small quantities caused drowsiness but in a few hours the effect had worn off A physician said there was nothing to fear The Fraziers were out of the city last Wednesday when the baby dis appeared A nurse maid observed early Thursday that the child had not called for her brother She peeped into the room and saw an empty crib only the babys shoes and few little garments were there Every policeman in the city pri vate detectives and many citizens be gan an organized search to no avail Friday afternoon the Fraziers re ceived a special delivery We have vour it said It will take She is all right but last night was cold we dont know what will happen this cold weather Be ready with the money when we call Fearing thst an effort to appre hend the abductors would result in trarredv Mr Frazier obtained the money and waited in his office for the next move It was soon made A police sergeant brought a letter delivered to him by a Western Union messenger who in turn had received it from a negro boy with the instruc tions Take it to Mrs Frazier shell pay the charges when you get Im in a i The letter demanded that the ran I sorn be handed to a negro boy who would be found at a designated place holding a broom handle Mr Frazier rushed to the desig i nated intersection after first tele I phoning his brother Jim to bring the money A youthful wearing a hand kerchief well over his face walked i nervously at the corner when Frazier 1 arrived Are you looking for me he asked j i Wheres your broom handle i The negro produced one from be hind a fence Thirty minutes later Frazier de 1 livered the money to the negro with a bundle containing the letters re i ceived from the abductors which had j been requested In a few minutes the Reverend Mr Venable called and the Frazier fami j ly were informed their baby had been i found Judge Paris In Federal Court Holds That Ten Children of E D Franz of St Ibuis Are Potentials Heirs To Estate Grew From To Five Millions If Suit Had Been Decided Otherwise Estate Would Have Been Widows With Right To Dispose As She Saw Fit Government May Soon Clear Up the Mystery Notes WASHINGTON Mar Recurring and varied stories of the contents of the mystery notes re cently exchanged between the Ameri can and Mexican governments has led the state department to intimate that a formal statement on the situ ation might la made soon Unusual secrecy has surrounded the exchange and no authoritative explanation has ever been made inti mating that a statement might be is sued Secretary Kellogg declined to day to comment for the present on a story in the New York Times which said that the American note was sent for the purpose of satisfying Presi dent Calles that communications purporting to come from the can government were forgeries put into his ihands by some agency desirj inr to bring about a break between the United Stites and Mexico thousand dol lars for support of the Y M C A for 1927 is the aim of a ed here Women are assisting1 in raising the annual budget for the first tJme St Louis March children of B D Franz St Louis grocer who died in 1888 leaving a estate which since has grown to aprpoxiunetcly retain their potential interests in the estate Federal Judge Faris decided today Had the decision been otherwise the whole estate would have belonged outright to the widow Mrs Sophia Franz 68 of Pasadena California to dispose of as she saw fit The ten children under the fath ers will were to inherit the estate upon the death of their mother Ehrhardt W Franz of Baxter Springs Kansas one of the six chil dren still living brought suit in 1924 to have himself and his brothers and sisters declared potential heirs to the estate He alleged the trustees were maintainingthe children had waived their claim to the estate ac cepting cash settlements instead He testified sucli moneys were gifts only The vast increase of the estate was due largely to numerous cash and stock dividends of the Burroughs Adding Machine Company in which the elder plranz inxested Author of Alleged Immoral Play Sent To Workhouse of the swimming pool is the first sign of summer in Trenton GOOD CHICKS JBAKRED EOCKS RHODE ISLAND EEDS ENGLISH W LEGHOENS Prepaid Live Delivery OZARK FARMS Westphalia Mo NEW YORK Mar William Francis Dugan author of the policeraided play The Virgin and Mack Cohen and Jacob Kromberg its coproducers here sentenced to ten days in the worlsbouse and fined S250 each today for producing an alleged immoral theatrical offering The three paid the fine rather than accept the alternative of 30 days more in the workhouse under the sen tence meted out by the court All the otherdefendants in the stage case three women and four men were given suspended sentences Well Known Joplin Lawyer Died In Webb City Mo JOPLIN Mar Frank L Forlow 08 president of the Jasper County Bar Association and a memlber of the state eleemosynary board died at oclock this morn ing at his home in Webb City He was one of the most prominent at torneys in southwest Missouri hav ing practiced ii Jasper county for 45 years Liberal Bank Closed By Board Of Directors Today Mar The Farmers State Bank of Liberal capitalized at closed its doors today following a meeting of the board of directors and the state finance department was notified to take charge of the affairs of the in stitution C B Armstrong cashier announc ed that tee bank was closed because its officials feared a run would be made He declined to make a state ment concerning assets and liabili ties Reward For Negroes Who Assaulted Girls TOPEKA Mar Paulin offered today a reward of for the arrest and conviction of the negroes avho as saulted two white girls at Coffey ville March 17 The Coffeyville American Legion Post has posted a reward of 250 SURGEONS IN SESSION IN K C KANSAS CITY Mar than members of the American College for Surgeons in Missouri and Kansas were today for a twoday meeting The sessions will ibe devoted almost entirely to discussion of various phases of hos pital work SEE HER IN Si Fresh Eggs Swift Premium Hams Half or ss Whole pound Dairy Milk 8e A HIGH SCHOOL TALENT TWO ACT MUSICAL COMEDY Auspices Senior High School Music Department a BOX LETTER AND INVOICE SUPPLY STATIONERY CO imm CITT PHONE 222 Better Service Lower Piiees Fuller Brushes Por Puller Mops Wall Brashes Polish and All Fuller Brashes PHONE 588BED BENZRENTA FORD Rent a car for business or pleasure pay by the mile it is cheaper Ford Coups Sedans Tourings Chevrolet Sedan Dodge Sedan RATES ON LONG TRIPS Phone 544 522 Jefferson St Warrensburg Hickory Smoked Hame Are Better per Welchs Grapelade Jar F F O G Cherry Preserves 35c Jumbo Salted Peanuts Pound 35c Holden Creamery Butter Is 60c Lawn Grass Seed and Garden Seeds Wrigiits Glean Grocery TELEPHONES 42 AMD 154 JUNIOR COLLEGE AUDITORIUM i Seats Beserved at Tolsons DrugCo Admission 50c g i Will Sell Tor Cash to the Highest Bidder at Public Auction at of the Senate The Auction Will Take Place In the Capitol Basement ENOCH UNDERWOOD Commissioner Permanent Seat of Government 3 431 176 Notice I have moved my Shoe Eepair Shop from 403 West McCarty to 310 Madison Street I W H OTT t Mrs Anne E Hobbs Singer and Teacher Graduate of American and European Conservatories also Ne w York Postgraduate Singers and speakers coached in diction and interpre Studio 513 Capitol Telehpone 1365 Electrir Repairing Of Irons Vacuum Cleaners Percolators etc J W STOKES PHONE NO 1171 MOUNT VESUVIUS HAS RESUMED ACTIVITY NAIRUES Italy Mar Mount Vesuvius has resumed activity after a lull of a few days The erup tion while pectacular does not threaten to become dangerous ac cording to the observatory officials who are permitting tourists to visit the crater PAPER HANGER WorkNeatly Done J H Balkenbusch Phone 1261Green SEE J B BENNE7 For ELECTRIC WIRING Also Fixtures AH Work Guaranteed Phone 1132 Black or Call at 608 Ohio Street We Clean Everything Southside Cleaners and Dyers PHONE 1686 JIMMY WALSH Cleaner Delivery Service Everywhere August B Eveler CAEPENTER AND BUILDEE If you are thinking of building a new home or remodeling your old one see me 411 West High Street Phone 286Green BABY CHICKS Good Strong Healthy Chicks per 100 Order direct Reliable Blue Bell Hatchery Eoute No 3 Jefferson City Mo Eetailers Hard Hit By Auto Magnates Foray Into the Mercantile Field j Plan Boycott On Wholesalers Who Deal With Him i Cannot Meet His Price Cutting Orgy Persons Dealing With Lizzie Stores Say Wares Are Sold 10 To 40 Per Cent Under the Prevailing Retail Price DETROIT Mar Fords foray into the busi ness of dispensing food and other household necessities has aroused the ire of retail dealers who are declared to be pressing a well organized boy cott against wholesalers dealingwith the motor manufacturer The exact siatus of the boycott bas net as yet been ascertained but there were some reports that it was plan ned to make it national in scope In the meantime however Fords well stocked markets of high grade produce continue as a magnet for thousands of persons The difficulty is said to have arisen over inability of retail grocery and meat merchants to compete with Ford stores whose system of buying in enormous quantities and selling at slightly aibove cost has made ibig inroads into the trade of the com panies including chain stores Persons dealing at the Ford mar ket declare the ware is sold from ten to forty percent under the pre vailing retail prices The market that at the Highland Park plant of the Ford company is said to have netted more than a mil lion dollars last year Ford has two larger markets here another at LAnse Michigan one at his Iron mining center at Iron Moun and others in Kentucky where he has mining interests St Louis creamery will open a branch in Wash ington within the next week accord ingto an announcement Angenendt Coal Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Tor Brooks and W Miller St TELEPHONE 144 FURNACES Repairing and Installing Warm Air Furnaces J W STOKES PHONE 1171 MARINELLO SHOP FOR A EUGENE PERMANENT WAVE or a Vaper Marcel Permanent Wave call 206 for an appointment 117 East High street MRS A M McCORMICK Phone JohnnyontheSpot for SUCCESSFUL coal business arid its suc cess is based upon the service that we render to our patrons We sell them clean coal of the great est heat units and we deliver on time MOERSCHEL PRODUCTS CO Dealers in Temperature ICE PHONE COAL 27 113   

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