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COLU3IBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 108.
THAN "INT ADS"
Y. M. C. A. Organization
Supplies Work for Half
POSITIONS BRING THEM $5,000
Anvbody, from Stable Boy to
Choir Singer Can Find
I'm the 50 t t -iit f tlio students
nt ilu- I nixcr-iti of Mi ouri who will
p.i lln u own xjii'ii---.. wholly or in
i..iit dining tin- -chool term, the Y. M.
(. . Ijnplox "I l'uicau i" Academic
III. ill. will -uppli woik that will earn
iit ! ih in .-5.00U.
Micidi pciiiianciit position- jia iiir
.in average nf :.."0 :i wiik hale been
nu.n to nwn' th.m lift j applicant- at
til.- l.lllre of till- lllllC.lll.
Dining t lit- uui-t ration pciiod at the
I nixii-itx. tin i.Ilue of tin? hiiieau will
ii in mi opt n all d ix foi tin- lienetit ot
mini:; men who an- compelled to ram
tin ir own wax thioiigh -chool. S. Peril
Nil-m. gnural -niit.irx ot tin- lo.-al
l. c . A , 1- in ch.uge.
: ion- a h main nt po-ition i- gixen
t. an applicant. In- i- reipihed to -at
itx Mi. Wil-oii that hi- i- aituallx in
1 ii 11,1 ncx to pix hi- epcn-e- while
at -chool - the -ciritar cpie c- it.
tin- hiiic.iu i- not in hii-nii to -uppl.x
"pin unmix" to -tilth lit- who arc lciciv j
iiil' an adcitiate allowance fiom homo. I
All Kinds of Work,
ll a man i- diviniil woithx of a po i
-it urn. cxerx i licit i- made to obtain i
woik I'H wlilth he i- ill llltit'd. All rv
.. ii -tcnojiaphi i u-uallx i- plat cil in
in- nl tin- I niici-iti ifllice- without i
lilluultx. Othci- may Ik- put to woik
iihiumu liwn-. ti-ndiii-T nun no-, waiting
on table. ui.Miiir papci-. -.Midi ning. I
.m:r ill:;-. i i.iilli:; loi now- aim
io,-. -oinc jr, ) wink on the State farm
while .tlin- max he put ill the wax of
-in-jiii:; in n chinch choii.
Ii-t ii.u. auoidim; to Mr. il-on. of
lln ."ill pel mil of the -tudcllt- who
woiki-d while in college, half the niiiii
I I i.iined iiiniili to pix foi thi-il
'oaid and h dniiiL'. while mill Kill wele
ilialilid 1o pii all theii cpell-c-.
I he woik -iijijiliinj by tile huic.iu dur
niU' the u-.u amounted to ."$ 1.5110. It i
iaitnl to eeul that thi- icar.
Bureau Watches Students. i
ltir the hint .iu gel- a man xxoik. it
doe. not foigtt liilli. Watch i- kept nil
mix -inh -) urn lit thioiigh a i.ml index. ,
-x-ttin. -o lli.it the hiiieau can te'l
xilulhcr hi- xxork i- -ati-f.utory to hi
imphixer and how ninth he i- earning.
If hi- xxoik i- oi. he xxon't get iitiothel
joli through the huie.iu.
Alo-t of the peimaneut po-ilion- li-ted
hx the hiiiiMii aie di-pii-od of early in
tin- t ." In a litter -ent hy A. fi. A-
liin. i li nun. in. to tho-e wiio applittl for
xxoik diiriiii, the -tlinniil. the applicant
i.eie iiipie-tid to come to Columbia :it
le.i-t a week Ix-tnic the opening ot the
im. Manx followed the in-tnution.
mid the himau olliie la-t xxeek xxa
uowiled xxith earue-t -elf-ieliailt lining
tellow-. ih'H-mh'iit on their own ie
-i nice- tot an i dllr.it io'l.
man who lcccixc- xxoik get- a card.
limiting I i in xxhcie to go to liml hi-
iniploici. and iH-.iiiu-r a letiiin -lip to
'c to n oil 1 1 the illiplnxel. tilled ill i
and -int luck to the bureau. 'I hi- -lip
lll- the 1 an that the -tllilent ha-
nHiitid lii the xxoik a igucd to him. '
and latei Kiioit- tell the quality of the
-tilth nt'- xxoik. . i
$50 to Finance an Education.
Hie M. C. .. -ii- am -tudent
-tailing with a capital of 350 ran pet a
i-ollc'i iihu iti.ui. 'I he $50 i- lied a-,
the anioiiiit eicn a man xxith grit and
di teimitiation max med to tide him oxer '
tbt time until he can 'et emidoruielit.
stud(Iit- xxho limit' liefoie the openillj; of
- 'km'I are adxi-ed to In iiij ?."it for
emi i-ji'in ic-..
Ilu- liiie.iu ha- ;iown in inlluence
ilmin' the la-t feu xe.u-. until now
it l- tlio town- rti-onieil :ij;eiit lc
txxei u -tudiiit- xxho want xxoik ami per--on-
who want xxoik done. Kxeiy d.ix
teh phone i.ill- are leivixed at the bit
lean, a-kinj for men to till jm-ition- or
to do mil job-." Xear the end of the
tei'n imip. nil- for -tutlont- to do olliee
xxoik and -tcno'jiaphy are icc-eixcd than
-. U- tilled.
In addition to maintaining the em-
pi 'X tin ut l.iiicau. the Y. M. C. A. ha- a
I boarding hmi-e re-'i-ter. xx here are li-ted
thi lioii--- in town that take -tudent
Murder:-. Hand baggage may In checked
the otrne until the -tmlent find- a
irniancnt roomii.g pl.uv.
THOSE PIERCING YELLS
CAME PROM BOYS WITH
They Were Brought From St. Louis
To Sell This Newspaper
During- First Week.
Columbia ixa-n't quite sure whether
it xxas a joint lliiim-Tsift debate or a
freshman Iia7ing when that mighty
hullabaloo broke out at 4::!0 p. in. us
terday. As a matter of fact, it wa-
I neither. It was two Ieather-lun-ied St.
I.oui- nexx-box-, hu-tlinp" the lnix-cr--ity
The box- xxeie brought fioin St. Loui-.
xxhcie they work for an afternoon news
paper. epecially to di-trihute the L'ni-xei-ity
Mi oiirian timing it- lii-t xxeek.
'I heir name- aie .Mav Silxerinan anil
l!en Cetler. ami they pieii-ely till the
icquirement- -et foith in the telegram
a-kinp that they he -out to Columbia,
the rcqiiiiement- being that they (oultl
let all Columbia know- there wa- an
other nexx -paper in the field.
When the txxo -tailed xxe-t on Hinad
way xxith their papei- under theii aim-,
thex tian-forincd it for a time into a
xeiy collect imitation of Olixe -ticit.
St. liui-. The din they made xxa--taitling.
Al-o. it xxas ellettixc. They
-old the papcl-.
BETTING ON WATCHES
WORSE THAN PLAYING
PONTES JEWELER SAYS'llueme will be felt in one
, .. .
Broadway Shopkeeper Declares Men
Have Utmost Faith in Their
A Hioulway jeweler leaning indolent
ly ag.iin-t hi- shnwea-e. Hatched a man
-top in hN huriied xxalk along the street
-natch out hi- watch and squint altei
lialell at it and the jewelei'- ehloiioiuc-
ter. A -ati-lied inile spteatl oxer the
i man'- face, ami he ha-tenetl on.
"'lh.it man will bet hi- hat hi xxatch
i i- light." ob-cixcd the jeweler to the
ci-ii.il eii-toinei in the -hop.
' "Xo man xxill itiliiiitMli.it hi- xxatch
"ain- or lo-e- time. He max- admit that
his father wa-n't -quale in l.u-liie-s
dealing-, but he will defend his watch
with hi- la-t breath.
"The ipici'i part of it is that thi-hohl-
tine no matter how- unreliable the
timepiete is. '
"Xo xxatch cxer made i- wholly re
liable. All are delicate in-trument-.'
and they are -me to be affected by heat
or cold. A little jar or bloxx- xxill -it
them on the wrong tiaek. But men,
can't be made to see it that xxay. They
xxill bet on their watche- eicn though i
they hold betting to be ethically wrong,
and often they mine in here to bale me,
decitle their xxagcrs for them. It'- xxor-ej
than the poolroom habit."
WELL, THE "MULES"
PREPARING TO GET
SOAP AND TOWELS
Law Students Have a Fund for
Luxuries Hitherto Unknown
in the "Barn."
A -oip ami toxiel fund ha- been -( t
on foot by the law -tudent- of the
l"niier-ity of Mi out i to fuini-h their
building xxith tho-e hithcito ui.kuowii
litMirie-. The -ub-'i iption li-t i- in
ihaige of "tV.uk" Wiight. a -cnior law
-tudent. lell leader of the -tudent- li-t
xear. E.uh "laxxicr"' i- expected to
contribute " or 1(1 cent- to the fund.
A fexv iiai- ago the laxx -ttldent--et
the paie for the other dcpaitmcnt
by taking up a -ub-niptioii to buy ice
water. 'I he innoxation pioied -o jiopu-
l.u with the "Mules." a- the law -tu- '
Icbnt- club tlicin-elc-. that it wa- iin.iii-
iinou-ly decided thi- xe.u to take a step
hitherto uiulieamed of in the "Mule
ARE COLUMBIA LAWNS
Ti'ci'Din-c-rirrrrn'M a t tt- a nv o !
XJJXVX'XJlZJ.J.lZll H.U1H.U l
Prizes Offered for Improvement Go
Begging. With No
i 'Hie prize- of $a ami $3, to lie awarded
for the lie-t kept front and Iruk yards
lolTeied la-t -pring by Mrs. Alice Orear
I MaiTailanc. in the intere-t of the beau
ty of the city, will lie held in trust hy
the committee of judges until next
-prinir. a- there xxere no specially cul
tixatcd lawn- nor xard- li-ted as entries
for the rewards.
I Mine-. C. H. Miller, O. B. Rollins. A.
II. Johnon and Miss Fannie Douglas
comprie the committee of judges.
Bryan Scores Taft.
By fn,ej prefj.
, PIIILADKLl'HIA. Sept. 15. William
,1. Brian today aicu-etl Mr. Taft of
leliherate mi-repre-cntatiim and exa-io'i
in a -neech here. He dcnlired that
Taft-. Philippine record in connection
j xxith a perpetual franehi-e for the Ben-
gal Kiilway -i-trm need- etcnded ev-
IS. ASTOR SAYS
SOCIETY IS CIRCUS
Former Social Leader Scores
Undignified Methods of
ALL DONE JUST FOR NOTORIETY
Is Not Vain Enough to Think
New York Can't Do
XEV YOI1K. Sept. la. In an intcr-xiixx-
puhli-hetl in the (iiiient number
of a monthly majraine. -Ml-. William
A-tor. for many ic.ii- a lecognied
le.ltlei of Xcxx oik -ociety. ihvlaic
tli.it many of the ictent cnteitainment
nixcn by xxoinen in -oticty belonj; niulei
a ciicii- tent, lather than iu a gentlewoman'-
hou-e. .Mi-. A-tor -ax-, iu
"I am not xain enough to think Xexx
Yoik will not lie able to get along xerx
well without me. .Manx xxomcu xxill li-e
up to take mi plate. Hut I hope my in-
that i- in ili-ioiiiitui.ini ing the undigni
fied method- Uliploxed bx iclt.iili XcW
Ycik women to atti.ut a following."
.Speaking of the la of women xxho
jgixe ciiteitainmeiit- to foieiiinei-, -Mi-.
'llieii -ole object i- notoiicty, a thing
that no lady exei -cck-. but lathel
-hi ink- fiom."
She -ax- that women of this -tamp
aie few bete, but they aie appallingly
"'Ibex h.nc done untold lint in to the
ootl nunc of Aineiican -ocictv in the,
mind of foiei-jnei-.
"Whin a di-tingui-hed man anixesj
tioin the other -itle he i- seized upon re-
1(.nt,,.ly .,lt lionjili po-ihly a" -trang.r '
to hi- ho-te . ami plunged into a mad ami meowed like cat. Still otber
whiil of citiaoidinaiy fc-tixitie-. crawled on their hand and knees and
"lie cntei- on them with much the
-ame -piiit that we would li.ne as -pee-
latoi- of an Indian xxar dance, ami thu -
he form- hi- opinion of us.
"I haie hale nexer entertained a for
eigner in my life unle-s he came to nie
xxith a letter of introduction.'
CAUSE OF RACE RIOT
ON TRIAL FOR MURDER.
Springfield Negro Is Only Witness
Iu His Own
lit l nli.-.l i
of ,1 ie -.
of uitli'l iin.
the killing of
the iccciit ai
lain.'- XX .1!
the defen-. . r
" S,pt. . -'II- I
l. I fit, ! Ill
lej. . on t e lni-j
hi Iiill.ud It wa
'al'ard that pici ipit.i'i i
lii t- hi ic.
.ic 'he cmlv xx it lie for
'i - -i mgio l.ixxii-i
II. ill. ml xa- -lam aftci a cle-pcrate
fight xxith the ncuio. xxlioiu he found in
hi- daughtii'- loom at night.
THIRTY POACHERS CAUGHT
Japanese Captured Near St. Paul Is
land by Revenue Men.
Rj- Unltfl rre .
WASIIINCTOX. Sept. I.!. The D
putmeut of .lu-tice ha- been adxiu! of
the captuie of betxxcen thirty ami foity
poaching .l.ip.me-e on txxo -cln o;:er
fnuml within the thiee-mile limit of St.
The capture xx t- made by Kcxenue
futtei I Sear after a cha-e. Exidcnce
of Kiaihing xxere found on the -choon-er-.
DARK HORSE" CANDIDATE
New York Tammany Leaders Plan
Surprise for State Convention.
Jy t'liitetl I'rrff.
I'OCIIKSTKK. X. Y.. Set. 15. After
all niuht conferenc-e-. the ileiuocratie
leader- at the Xeiv Vork State conien
tion are -till undecided a- to a guher
Murphy, a leader cf Tanuuaiiy. i- in
-ontiol of the ennxention. It i- rumored
that a "dark hor-e" is to be -prurg at
au appropriate time and nominated.
Ollie James Speaks at Sedilia
n'rJi."i!i"xIi,iTrrx c . ,- , mi lP -"" M"Te th' "Ininp of the
SKDALIA, MO., Sept. lo. All of the '
rL - c. i-i4 i .i present school term.
Democratic State candidates and the
State committee, arc present here today
at the ojiening of the Democratic State' Convicts Fail to Escape.
campaign. Special train- bearing ii-- Ry mite.1 prcs.
itor- from all oier the state have been' SALT LAKK. Sent. 15. Three con-
inn into toxxn. Ollie James, of Ken
tucky. -oke this afternoon. He ivas fol
loxxed by W. S. Coxxherd, democratic
e nidi late for governor.
LID AND PADDLES
ON ALL FRESHMEN
Big Green Posters Announce
Rules for Guidance of
AND SOME OF THEM ARE HAZED
Smoking, High School Pins
and Varsity Colors
Bu-y sophomores last night po-ted the
town with gl.uing green hill-, contain
ing the annual rules and regulation- for
Fre-hmen, and then put the rules into
practical elTeet with the aid of -oine
A- a re-ult of the instruction impart
ed bv the second xear men, little dots of
color appeared here and theie on the'
c-.iiipu- thi- moining. Cl,v,e insoetion
-howed them to he on the heads of vari-l
on- -oit- of hre-hinen. The Engineers
wore iclloxv caps, the Farmer- white,
the Ait- students red, the Laxxyers pur
ple and the Medics black.
(Jrcen i- the lolor de-ignated for the
.louinali-t-. Some of the Fie-hmen
xx anted jellnxv, hut the paddles of the
Sophomore- answered their arguments.
Moie than 100 Sophomores were in
the puty that marched through the down -uiibeam- at the Columbia Depart--trcet-.
now-and then iniading a friend- ment Stole continue- today. The sup-lx-
boirding hou-e, and eorraletl fifty ply i- the higge-t known here for a long
l-'ie-hmeii. j time, but apparently the demand equal-
On Eighth street, near Bro.ulxi.iy. a it. Floorwalker Reeder i-sued this an
polii email tiictl to -top the 1iiiimph.il i.ounccmcut.
pioe ion of the victors leading the
xittim-. but he w.i- jiei -uaded peaceably
to ictiie. On the campus the fir-t lear
men did laiious thing- at the sugges-
lion of the Sophs. Some of them climb-
en the electric light pole in front of Aca-
di mie Hall, and olhers balked like dogs
-wi.e l.m the gauntlet of tbe paddles.
Then four toed- appealed on the cam
to xxatch the ceremonies. Immedi
ately the eaptixe Fre-hmen xxere led to
them, and each was required to propo-e
to the four maid-. Tin- gill- thought it
sii.it fun thex- never had so manv pro-
po-al- of marriage in one clay before.
X,l if flu. Vr...l,.n.in f.illor..,! Ilier.. xx.ns
l.n ....1.11.. ..w.r r..i.l.- . ..n.I In... l.nclr
.... .......... ..v. ....... ... , ..
to the oi ileal
i- the rea-on the Fre-hmen
aie xxe.iiinir the dinky caps to-day
I'ulv this morniiiL' a
xxiimin stopped to gaze doxxn at one ot
the im-ter- on the laxcment. Her eves
it 1 'ig on t'
- ...l lint
SALRIES INCREASED .!"lt '" the 4,wt " "",,"7W,
FOR CHICAGO FACULTY nmkinS St mre l'-1 1,1"'.,!"' Cmmer-
cial Club conteiul-, than it wa- Iiefore.
I In leturn for this improxenient mo-t of
Advance of About 25 Per Cent atltio M!rtv )loI(h.r, OIl tle ,tn,.t
University Goes Into Effect W a wa-u.r o .,ny dailI1 agtlinst
Soon' I the railroad.
fhiiago. Septemlier 15. The salaries'
-ihetluled for members of the Univer--!
itv of Chicago faculty have been com-! LIKES THE LONDON "PUBS"
plcted to go into eiTect some months
Wii.i.. The readjustment to a higher q Schroers Thinks They Have
pl.ne xxas made iiossible by J. D. Rock- Solved The Higher Problem,
c-fcller- lecent addition of .2.000.000 to
the unixer-itv-s endowment fund. I.OXDOX, Scqit. I4.-.Iohn Schr.H-r-.
The adxance- will affect 100 faculty
member- at the start and xxill gradu-' American Pre- .-Hiation. pumi-iier-aily
include the remainder. Hea.ls of f The We-tliche Po-t and The 'lime-,
department- are raised from .?4.000 to of St. Louis, nrrixe.l at the Saxoy a fexv
-(kOOO:. pro:V-oi- not department la.v i' from the United State-, lie
head-. .-.1.000 to $4.m00; as-oeiate jiro- i- making hi- tir-t xi-it to Km ope in
fe-oi-, from ?2,500 to $3,000; assi-t- ,thirty-cight jear-.
ant urnfe oi'
frnn, . 000 tn s3 500 :
in-truetor- from $1,200 to $1,800.
In each case the increase amounts to
about 25 per cent of the former salary,
OLD DOORSTEPS REMOVED
Thousands of Students' Feet Had
Followed Limestone Slabs.
Old btudPiit- entering Academic Hall
of the Unixer-ity of Mi ouri through
tlm iin In Jnor. 1. . lint f Hit A ir mi W(
and c-omtnent on the new- granite -lab,
that have taken the place of the rn
The two old -ton,-, one at e.uh door.
had been hollowed by the feet of thou-
-anil- of -tudent- during the fifteen i ear
ithey had been in place. They were taken
xict- hi Id for murder xxere bully beaten
today following their attempt to c-eape
from pri-on. They loast that they will
net awav vet.
THIS IS WARNING
TO ALL FRESHMEN
Read These Rules and Obey on
Pain of Summary Punishment!
1. There Shall be no Smoking
2. The Columns and hc Grass
Must be free of Your Offensive
3. No Freshman Shall Display
High School Pins or Colors.
4. The Varsity Colors Shall not
be Profanely "Worn by You
5. All Freshmen Shall ye in
doors after Dark as befits Children.
G. All Freshmen Shall wear
Caps According to their Depart
ments, as follows:
The Class of 1911 is authorized
by the Faculty and Board of Cura
tors to Enforce these RULES in
Any manner they see fit.
MARKET IN SUNBEAMS
LOOKING UP BECAUSE
OF SUSTAINED DEMAND.
Which is to Say, Fair Weather Will
Continue to Prevail Hereabouts,
The bargain counter ru-h for marked-
Fair tonight and Wednesday;
much change in temperature.
The theiuiometcr iegi-teied
itc- at - p. m.
QJjTJg WOULD SETTLE
SUITS AGAINST WABASH.
Commercial Body Seeks To End
Webster Street Litigation.
J'"-' lommeuiai unu or v oiuumia
'- '-t "',",lt ','1,, 'ithoii.d the ap
poiiitinent of a committee to tiy to set-
tie out of court two -nit- hiought
''-''i"-t ' W'.iIm-Ii iailioa.1 bv j.rop-
elt.V OW11C1- Oil Web-tcT -tlcct.
OllO -lilt i- 111 M.llV I. Alti-t
i?50U and the other bv Kmaliiie Wil
"""- Ior "-'"" lm '" ,",, ""
1,. p ..o..rv n-l... . .... .1.. .1...
Waba-h damaged their piopcity by
-tout 'elilerlvl,I,i,,lh, a "mlr tI,uk "" W,'I,"'U'1 "Uwl
to the nexv llamiltoii-l'rown Shoe lac
' commandment. i ,ll"," """ 1""" " """- l" "" """
t all Univer-ityJt'"'"lial,.v to ',,'t ,lu' facto,.v ln tVdmnhi.i
i-,-','',i xxnen cue -juir wa- mini to .i--
-nine te-ion-ibility for any damage
that might acciue. When the -pur w.i-
' foi mer general manager of the ('el-man
" I Hi- 1- It''' -l Ullll' I "axe .......
'. . . ,. ... .i..i.... :. I .
hack -nice 1 lclt mx i.iiii.i.ia.e. -.x ...
' 'happellc, a lad of twelxe. to -ec-k niy
fwtuiic in the new- world," said -Mr.
Thi- i- inv fir-t li-it to London, and
I find thev h.ue -o.xed the liquor proii-
lem. which i- gixing u- trouble in M'"
The cu-toni of haling public-
M-n on Sundav from 1 until 'I
o'clock in the afternoon and from ( until
II in tbe eieiiili!!. which obtain- here.
wllH,j .wln t0 lm. to meet the -it iiat ion
.., thnk AIr. Taft ttil, win the pre-
,;ill.Iltia, Section, tl..n.l. I Udieie we are
inillii.il rti" r-
, hkelv to haxe a democratic hou-e.
' Ml s.hnH.r,. !, ,'. aicompa.iic.l hy
ijr Sihroer- and their txxo children
after a ten day-' auKmiohile tour ot
. - -n , ,: ;. I.; i.irtli-
f'reat Britain, will go to xi-it In- oirtii-
. r .. ...!.. . .in.,.;.
place anil aiierxxaru iiliri: .. i....-.-
......i ;.,,..,t .1 tour l-fore -c-eiiii' the inter
national aero race at Berlin in Octolier. (
Fernald Probably Governor.
By t'nltcl Ire.
AUt'USTA, IKE., Sept. 15. Late re
turns indicate that Bert M. Fernald, re
publican candidate for goiernor, has
been elected by a plurality of 8,000.
TWO, INJURES 15,
BLINDS ONE BOY
Windsor, Mo., is Shaken by
a Terrific Detonation of
Dynamite at M., K. & T.
R. R. Freight Depot.
DEBRIS IS HURLED INTO AIR:
EARTH ROCKS WITH SHOCK
George Hall, Farmer, and
F. Yokes, Station Agent,
I!y t'liltej I'n-'J.
WINDSOR, Mo.. Sept. l.i. Two men
xxere killed outright ami fifteen xxeie in
jured, -exeral probably fatallx. when a
cailo.ul of dynamite exploded iu fi out
of the fi eight depot of the Mi oiiri,
Kan-a ami Tea- raihoad bete thi
moruing. The dead aie:
CtoKi.t: ll.ll.i., 70 icai- old. a farmer.
1". YoKK.s, the -tation agent.
fanner"- -on wa- Minded by the
I'xilosion J!nl. llnrlh.
'Hie i'pIn-iou locked the e.uth for
block- around the depot ami debri- xxa
huilcil high iu ail. falling iu all p.ut
of the town.
Ml of the xictiin- xxeie -lauding on
the platfoim of the Height depot xxhell
the i la-h -came. Ue-ideiit- attracted by
the cplo-ion i.iied for the injured in
theii home- till they could be lciuoxcdto
'I he i-au-e of the i-plo-iou xa- not
It .ii mil. Railroad ollicial- aie iuxe-ti-gating.
All of the injniiil lixcd heie. intl--or
i- txxentx mile- -oiith of Seilalia.
, FIRE SWEEPS TUNNEL,
SUFFOCATING TWO MEN..
Three Others Badly Injured in
Michigan Central Conflagration
DKTKOIT. MICH.. Sept. 15. File
-xxc-pt thiouuh the Michigan Central
tunnel c-arlx thi- inoiiiing. -ending more
than 20(1 xxiukmeu iu a xxild ni-Ii for
Walter II. Kimball, a i-t.int -uper-iiiteiitlcnt.
ami l'x-rt lohn-oii. a car
penter, xxeie -llirocated by -moke.
Three nun were badly injured and sex--eial
xxeie bmi-ed in the fight to get to
The c-au-e of the fire has not been
"FRATS" OPPOSE OUSTER
Chicago Stndents Aided in Fight
Against School Board.
By United ITc-b.
CHICACO. Sept. 15. H. M. Cable, a
funds and Corioration Attorney Brunil
age hi- -crxic-e- to aid tlie high -chool
-Indents in their fight agiun-t the school
hoard, which ha- put fraternities un
der the ban.
The application of the su-pended stu
dents for a xvrit of mandamus xxill be
heard Saturday. The student- are pre-
paced to carry the c.i-e to the Supreme
INDEED, COLUMBIA IS DRY
Weather Bureau Here et Last Issues
1-i-t week xxa- the drxc-t of the sea-on
in Mi ouri. according to the xxetkly
weather bulletin i ued today by the
United State- Weather 15iireaii here. A
so iking rain i- needed in all parts of the
The iiiriiniuin temperature iu C'oluni-
,,,;., . , ,i,...s an)i the minimum
wa- 57. There xxii- no rainfall. Theie
were no damaging -torms in the State.
Tuberculosis Congress Next Week.
WASHIXOTOX. I). C. Sept. 15. An
j international t)ngrcs of tuberculosis
" "I"'" Monday and ,t est.-
,,, ,, . , ,..,.. l..lr..A
IIIUIllll lIUll' llMll Will r tu nil ii ii n't i '
, ... .. ...
, --'Wt in the city to s,nd thrc-e
i ViC-eK" in mi" Mr-i"ii, c,"jnri'iiiiii',',.-'
, . ..,.', . , .,
n-' from c-xcrv civilued coiiiitrr of tbe
Dies Watching Ball Game.
SPIJIXOFIKLD. Mo.. Sept. 14.
IWheii iintcliM? a came of ba-eball thri-e
miles northxxe-t of Fordland. Web-t-r
county, yesterday afternoon, a 4-year-old
son of .1. C. Hurdett. a farmer, was
-truck lieloxv the heart hy a ball and