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   Joplin News Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1922, Joplin, Missouri                                PAGE TWO 30PLIN NEWS PARTY QUARRELS ABE DEPLORED BY LLOYD GEORGE By the Ascociiituil Prime Minister Lloyd addressing nn audience oC people who re ceived him enthusiastically todny de clared in referring to the breaking up of the coalition that the world is In mich trouble that you cannot afford to indulge in party bickerings and quarrels until the nation Is on firm rock Lloyd George said the con servatives wanted a premier with vitality and To use a golf ing1 as ho put they said he Lloyd George was very good with the excellent for Ret ting the ball out of the but that on the green lie was too ener Ketlo and they wanted somebody with a feebler It is not for me to say whether theyve got But are wo really out of the rough Go to the Glasgow ship yards for tho Examine numbers of then read the labor manifesto and then ask the question are we out of tho rough Barnes Is Named Head of Teachers Continued From Page endeavor to link all civil organiza tions together in the scheme of roar Ing children in a way that is val uable to He said gam eft in the schools moan much to the life of The kind Of games that can be played all the way through life are tho ones most worth he J value horseshoe pitching in schools more than because it Is a game one can play when he in an Show me a man who plays games his wife and chil dren and I will show you a fine fath and happy A maji who plays games away from home and never at homo Is not a good father His family is likely to I dont value corrective social work half so much as I value pre ventixe Teachers are afford ed a One opportunity for preventive Puffer compared institutions with regard to their social list in order of their importance the civic organisations and fraternal organi which he snld were con structive in their effect the courts and government which he said were neutral and billiard dance movies and automobiles which he said were He Sid not advocate suppression of these latter He said he pointed them out so adults may guide children away from He also paid a splendid compli ment to the local Young Mens Last night I wanted to know what your city is doing to combat social I went down to your and without being in troduced inspected the You have there a very fine institu tion and a secretary who is thorough ly familiar with his He is a clever social for ho under stands tho problems of boy life in this community and he knows the strategic point at which to attack the In the session of the county board of education this ten min ute talks were given from represen tatives of the various They included reports from Trout man of Lauderbaugh of Deer McDonald of Tower of Otto Ruhl of Oak land and Berry of Puffer gave his third and final address upon Community Cooper ation for Child WHEN YOU GO TO SAINT LOUIS STOP AT Locust Street at 18th Three from Union Sin lion Nev 12 Story Fireproof Buildipg Finest Transient and Residential Hotel in In the heart of the Wholesale and Retail Shopping 350 Large Light AJty Private Tub Bath in each Room Circulating Ice and Every Modern Appointment of Com fort and Eurofeah 75 Rooms at a day 100 Rooms at a day 100 Rooms at a day 75 Rooms at a day Excellent Moderate Priced Popular Write or Wire for Formerly Holtlt Staller ITALIAN MINISTRY ACTS WITH ENERGY TO REESTABLISH ORDER the Associated cabinet coun cil has been in session since mid night in order to receive reports from the provinces where the Pds clsti movement has taken a subver sive direction and to adopt necessary measures to meet the The cabinet decided first to issue a declaring a state of siege In all the provinces beginning at noon but later this decis ion was moillfled and a proclamation wiis issued urging the public to maintain order in the face of insur rectionary a Reports received by the cabinet council from a number of points In central Italy show that the Fascist arc extending their movement with view to exerting pressure for the formation of a Kosclsll The Fucta despite its is acting with energy to reestablish Rome and all of the large cities to the present time have not been the scone of any disturbances of The Italian in a procla mation to the says sedi tious movements having manifested themselves in certain provinces of having as their object the in terruption of the normal functions of states and calculated to plunge the country into grave the government has as far as possible tried every means of conciliation in the hope of refostab lishlnK pence and reaching a peace ful solution of the In the face of such insurrect ionary attempts It Is the duty of the retiring government by nil means at whatever to maintain law and and this duty It will carry out to the full in order to safeguard the citizens and free constitutional In It Is the governments expecta tion that the citizens will remain calm and have confidence in the measures taken for their live Italy Long live the kintr Woman Wept Over Body of Slain Rector Continued from page probably would have dis closed the murderers long There is scarcely any doubt that this was a professional accomplished by hired tissas Also it ie reasonably that Jealousy and revenge were the basic Questions Authority of It Is not so what person or persons were thus mo A major point entirely overlooked thus far is that most people seem to have jumped to the conclusion that the numerous pub lished letters indicate a close friend ship between Hall and I question whether the letters are I would want the pen manship tested Did the admittedly an un usually intelligent write all those letters Could Mills have written the letters attributed to her Perhaps tney did write But the letters might have been written by some Either be fore or after the That is or In trying to solve this mystery I would consider all these I would try to imagine what happened at the I would investigate the telephone call Hall received the night the two night he was seen on the street with a drawn and haggard Shot hy Consider that telephone Build up from you have a totally and entirely theory as this assassins never Intended tj kill Perhaps they intended to kill maybe tar and feather certainly to punish That Halls share of punish ment was to take form of being compelled to witness her death or a telephone call was sent to him summoning him to the That the rector put up more of a fight in Mills defense than was Perhaps he tried to rescue and even got her away from her the two were That a shot was not at she was That she may have fallen with the first bullet in her that as others were fived at two more struck her In the head and one hit Hall as he bent down to help These bullets may have been fired In never and Hall may have been hit by The tender manner in which his body was cared for as compared to the fieldish slashing of the womans dovetails with this The may have happened at the Phillips farm or Flna out about that telephone Investigate those Perhaps it Is not too thoughtless bunglers have blotted out the best the finger Firemen Answer 13 Calls Mishap City firemen today are They yesterday met and rode down their termed In the vernacular of the firefighters as old man The firemen yesterday answered thirteen And we got away from it with out an ho firemen ex plained with little short of awe In their The nearest approach to an ac cident was a badly damaged rear tire on the chemical wagon at Cen tral The tire evidently was snngtjed by a sharp and had the cut gone a little It probably would have caused the tire to carrying with it the possibility of an accident had the j truck been traveling at a high rate of Twelve of tho alarms yesterday resulted from grass The other destroyed a small house in Smelter Leaders See Split In the Woman Vote Continued From Page to have offices In the name head During the last several weeks I have personally met women voters in five different Maryland and Massachu Everywhere I have found intelligent interest in the is During the whole through reports received nt national I have kept closely in touch with tho political situation as it affects the womans vote through out the Here and there it is reported wo men do not understand the protec tive and it is asserted this will cost the Republican party their Women More These reports do not frighten I am convinced that the misleading statements made concerning the ef fect of new tariff rates on prices will have a negligible Influence on the womans Thqwomcn of Amer ica as a whole know well that a pro tective tariff means prosperity for the They know that it will mean that all the factories will be open and that all the workmen will be Thfv present campaign shows two things FIRST Women are becoming more SECOND The women who voted for President Harding in 1920 are continuing their affiliations with the Republican The Conference on Limitations of Armaments has nullified the feeling many women held for the League of It showed America could play a great part in the peace of the world without making any danger ous entanglements with other na tions and without the sacrifice of this countrys independent Measures passed by the Sixty Seventh Congress of particular in terest to women have been the ma ternity bill and the independent citi zenship Bfter and Wine To Crowell Says Continued From Page becoming serious Any such universal disregarding of a law IK due to one of two things the law is or the people avn The big Including Americas best flout the law without so the law must be And that Is why the representa tive people of America have formed the Association Against the Prohi bition Amendment Tho First church was the scone of a very pretty Hal loween party Thursday when a large number of members and their friends were ontertnlncd by Messrs and Victor Hoy Stephens Hany Kmnm Sellars Hill and Miss Edith The auditorium and the nlnK room were beautifully dec orated with autumn frizes were awarded to Agnes Fisher and Cinig for the best costumes and to Jnmcs Stew art of for the best Halloween The following program was given Monday by Calhouns advanc ed class In public piano playing Fugue 2 from Well Tempered Hell Sonata 27 second Sonata 31 3 fourth move Piano AarlatlOns on a theme by Saint Veatch and Blanche Piano Cohemles et des Bo hemlennes Saint Estelle Davis and 2305 Pennsyl vania entertained from 3 oclock until 5 oclock Thursday af ternoon in celebration of the fourth birthday anniversary of her James Games and otorles were enjoyed and Ices and cakes were The birthday cake cen tered the Those enjoying the party Included Buster Junior Jack Feather Katherlne Cecil Knight Joe Dick Brook Irene Margaret Florence Warren Herle Lippett and Delores Koy Hosp was hostess to class 1 of the Blendvllle Christ ian church Wednesday Plans were made for a masquerade party to Tje givenMonday at the home of Contests were enjoyed and prizes were wpjj by Zimmerman and Refreshments were to the Mesdames Elmer Ray and Sours ind Fred James and daugh ter Smith and son Friz zell and children Flip pin and Zimmerman and the special Mesdames Ward and The next meeting1 will be held at the home of Twentythird street and Maiden 601 Empire the seventh birth day anniversary of her Edna Thursday afternoon with a delightful childrens Music and games and at 6 oclock a dinner was In the center of the table a large birthday cake lighted wtth Those entertained were Nadine Virginia Helen Mary Elizabeth Van Hoore Mince June Cath erine Elvon Ken neth Paul Mabel Edna Lee Durall and and Dur and Durall and and The following members the Careful Gleaners and The Winners classes of the Royal Heights Congre gational church held a very enjoy able business and nodal meeting Thursday night at the home of and Lee Royal Heights Misses Velma Maude Myrtle Maona Mary Daisy Elsie Grace Frances Marjory Ruth Ruth Summcr Mary Fietta Iva Faye Kathijyn Car Marguerite Helen Faulkner and and Harger and special and Hoy Hosp entertained last week with a miscellaneous show er for George nen Miss Frceda An informal time was enjoyed and refreshments were serv ed to and Mesdames Claude George Hugh Hlatt of Anna Hosp Mlssj Anna Mae Ivan Russell Burdctto and iNelly May Betty One of the most enjoyable events of the week was a surprise Halloween given at the homo of 1334 Ohio as a farewell courtesy for May Wil who has gone to to make her The evening was spent with games and music and re freshments were served to the fol lowing Mesdames May Julia Beatrice Rosie De WHt and Mos dames Bert Wagner Misses Viola Christiana Alberta Marlon Alphia Frances Hah Esma Anna Bell Marie De AHa Lillian Helen Wagner Alfred Gerald Lloyd Merlo Tcddle Edtar Do Wilbur Wil Eugene Everett Harold Ray Mar Harry Roland Enrl Jessie Edgar Smith and William The marriage of Miss Stella Hut ler of Springfield and Earl Doty of this city took place October in The ceremony wasperformed by the The bride is the daughter of and Hutler and is well known in Joplin as she formerly lived Doty is a son oit and 1527 Moffet and Is a baker at the Electric and Doty will reside in this George Webb assisted by her gave a Halloween Warty Thursday after noon at the home of Webb on Royal for the members of the Lakes Aid Society of the Oak land Christian Upon their the guests were received by a witch and a Charles Bentley was awarded the prize for the most perfect cat cut from a piece of The remainder of the time was spent Informally and refreshments were served to Mes dames Carrie ul vert Ben Robert Mary Clyde Charles Jeffcott and Claude Nell Will Avery and Porter of Oakland and Mesdames Clyde Frank John Lee Fred Car Charles Bentley and Orln Camp of Royal and Frank 1503 Minnesota were given a sur prise Thursday night in honor of their silver wedding Yellow and white chrysanthemums and carnations were the flowers used for A shower of Walter executive secretary of local Red Cross re turned this morning from Jefferson City where ho met yesterday with the board of reviews of the soldier bonus commission and intervened in behalf of twentysix district ex service men whose applications for bonuses have not been Over was assured by the board of reviews that twentyfour of these claims will be He presented additional data in support of also new affidavits of residence signed by persons living In Two of the claims were disallow due to the fact that the appli cants had moved to Missouri after April Over was told he MS CLAIMS OF 24 DISTRICT EXSERVICE MEN TO BE ALLOWED thor effort to secure bonuses if the applicants still desire to press their This service to former soldiers was without cost to the Rod Cross bearing alt These twentyfour claims rcMusented a total of more than Over fools well satisfied with the attitude of the bonus He said misunderstanding had caused thefailure of distilct men to receive their William secretary of tho soldier bonus told Over that about claims will remain unpaid when the Is exhausted also said a sum of will be needed to these two in a fur care for these unexpected MATTES WINS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP IN TRISTATE MEET leading woman golfer of the Oak Hill became champion of tho TriState Golf As sociation this afternoon when she beat 4 up and 2 to play in the final match of the womens trlstate Mattes led all the Her medal score 18 holes was a 46 on tho first round and a 48 on the second Royso played a 51 and a 02 for a total modal score of Mattes won the championship loving cup and Royse the runnerup cup offered by the trlstate Presentation ot Clips and prizes were made to the winners and run nersup in the njens They were Charley Martin winner In the championship and Jimmy runnerup Dave Stein and Ramago In Class A Ellsworth Pittsburg and Victor Kakowsky in class B and Brown and Nichols la Class Vote in Kansas Kansas light vote was cast In the special election here today on the question of authorizing the board of educa tion to five million dollars in bonds to provide new new school buildings additions to silver wedding bells hung from the chandelier in the living Music and contests were enjoyed and in the prizes were awarded to Miss Pauline Patterson Perry The surprisers were and Mesdames Charles John Harry Charles Carl John Jack son Mesdames Winnie Smith and the children Pauline Pat Annamae Mamie Margaret Earl Perry Walter Arnold Overton Shelton and Troy The Bankers Community Booster Club will give a Halloween at the chapel at 8 oclock Monday A Halloween program is being ar ranged and refreshments will be Proceeds will be used for the fBwer MARKS FRESH ROASTED COFFEE makes a beverage fit for a Its best because its fresh roasted perfectly Quality it costs Marr Marr You can buy It at any MARR STORE or Webb City to Every Customer For the Last 10 The dividends have been paid on our Preferred Our dividend payments are made regularly on the first day of each Why not start now to accumulate and in a few years your dividend check will be a welcome addition to your income Ask any one of our employes or your can give you j full The Empire District Electric Customer Ownership Department Telephone 3071 Clip this Coupon and send it to Do this today without A The Empire District Electric Company Please send me complete It is understood that thjs does not obligate me in any I DOES HE KNOW ALL SEASONS OF YEAR WEIL SAY HE DOES happonad in the Columbia The bright autumn days of Oc tober inspired tho first grade teacher to educate tho pupils on the four seasons of tho There are four she wo have then autumn and win The pupils were deeply interest Now she directing her question to a boy in what season are we having now Duck came a quick reply from the It wasnt necessary for the boy to explain that Dad has been spending much time on the lakes near Joplin the last few LIBRARIANS OF DISTRICT MEET AT COUNTY SEAT con ference of librarians of high school and public libraries of tho district was held at tho public library here Tho morning which open ed at 10 was devoted almost entirely to reports of the TrlState convention hold Miss Pearl Clarkson of the Carthitge gnvo the first re port on the Other re ports wore given by Miss Frances librarian of the Jop lin public and Miss librarian at the Webb City public An interesting Dis cussion of papers presented by lead ing librarians of the state it the followed tho A luncheon at the Drake at which questions pertaining to libraries were was the closing feature of the The visiting librarians present were Miss Prances H Swnmvlck of thb Joplin public library and Miss Blanche Miss Miss Virginia Miss Margaret and Miss Mil dred Wilson of the Joplin high school library Miss Mary librar ian of the Webb City library and as Patricia and Miss Esther JIae of the Webb City high school Legion Football Squad Here Is Disbanded The American Legion football team disbanded for the season fol lowing a practice last night at Min ors The game scheduled for tomorrow with Lamar legion eleven is cancelled according to Kauf business A number of obstacles prevented a satisfactory continuance of 4Jie the chief one being tho in ability of team members to find suf ficient time for Man Struck by Gene Sarazens Auto Dies Luke struck Thursday night by an automobile driven by Gene open golf died today in White Plains The coroner said ho had notified Sarazen to appear before him Mon Big Grain Elevator At Coffeyville Burns of undetermined origin early today completely destroyed a large grain elevator nncl storehouse belonging to tho AHis Grain Company of this also the Missouri Pacific freight station and one dwelling house and threatened the ware house ot tho Clark Fruit entailing a total estimated loss of on buildings and The fire started in the rapidly spreading to the store house on tho west anil leaping across tho railroad tracks to the freight The loss is partially covered by in Refugees Choke Roads Facing Starvation By tllo Associated hausted by their flight toward Mace swarms of refugees who crowd the country roads now face starva tion and Thousands will perish in the next few it seems Scarlet fever broke out todayand cholera and typhoid threaten be cause of the utter lack of There is no milk for some of the At Drama and Kavala tho roads are choked with weary refu gees who face starvation because they have no mills to grind the ffusicfe Essential It Is Economy to Buy a The matchless Steinway tone Is full and beautiful after years of use action still responsive to every shading of because the ideals of the Steinway family are builded into every instrument they If you will investigate you will find that a secondhand Stein after many years will find ready buyers at a price equal to new pianos other Wo can show you Stein ways fifty years old that are fine musical instruments Dollar for the Steinway Is tho Economical Steinway and Payments May Be Call or CIEKKW3 411 Main Ben Scott Says We dont only feature special prices for but oun prices all through the week are the t4 cane sugar Best compound 2 Good dozen Good Bmoltcd Hlsh erado Fat younK Frying Extra fine Extra flno Sweet peck peck Hod 10 Greon pock Green bushel and SiSc Good solid 100 Good cooking peck White S Soup C bars White Nnptha soap 100 bars White Naptha soap Gold 6 I liiirso can Llbbya npplo butter 15o Largo Jar strawberry preserves 85o Good can Good can Kdnoy can Pork and 3 cans 3 cans Sifted can Red plated can 6 hominy 24 very best hard wheat 48 very best hard wheat 100 very best hard wheat AV13 DEIjtVEU Ben Scott THIS SERATIOE Gil West Ninth Phones   

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