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PLOT TO MURDER
Arrested Anarchists Have
Papers Giving Details of
CONSPIRACY IS FAR-REACHING
European Police Say Six
Kulers Were Marked
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P.ANOXXE, France. Sept. 23. Kw
dencc of a plot of anaichists to a a--situte
Picsident Roosevelt on his com
ing tiip to Africa has been published
by tin" police of several European nation-.
Pap.'rs found in the po-e-ion of
two Italian anarchi-ts anc-ted in Switz
erland gave full detail-. of the plan- of
President lloo-eelt's party for the
hunting trip. Similar paper were
found on a Spanish anarchist, Canatra
va. who is chained with plotting the
death of King Alfon-o of Spain. These
paper-, the police say, prove a definite
and well-arranged plot to kill the
President of the United State, a-, well
as the rulers of .-everal European na
tions. B the di-covery of the documents,
the secret agents declare they have
foiled not only a plot again-t President
Roosevelt, but also well-laid conspir
acies against the rulers of France,
Germany, Italy, Spain and Austria.
NEGROES WANT BLACK
DOLL BABIES-SO THERE!
Indorsement of Factory for Them
Adopted at Lexington, Ky.
LEXIXV.TOX, Ky., Sept. 23. At the
meeting of the Colored National Baptist
A-sociation, compo ed of negro lead
ers from all parts of the world, in ses
sion here, the following resolution was
passed yesterday :
"Whereas, our Publishing Board, of
Nashville, Tenn., under the manage
ment of Dr. It. 11. Boyd is preparing to
supply a long-felt need in a factory for
negro dolls; and,
"Whereas, our people for nearly half
a century, because of the uncomely and
defoimed features of negro doll-, have
spent thousands of dollars on white dolls
for Christmas, etc.; therefore, be it.
"Resolved, that we do here and now
give our indor.-ement and hearty ap
proal of the negro doll factory and
not only urge the patronage of the peo
ple of our churches as Baptists, but
of the race at large throughout the
'CORPSE" OP WOMAN
DENIES IT IS DEAD
Mrs. Carpenter, of Bethlehem, Conn.,
Puzzles the Physicians.
WATKRBURY. Conn.. Sept. 25. Local
physicians are puzzled over a remark
able case of suspended animation, Mrs.
B. F. Carpenter, of Bethlehem, pro
nounced dead by her phy-ieian and
with the undertaker already in the
hou-e. sat up in bed with the indignant
announcement, "I'm not dead yet."
Mr-. Carpenter, who is eighty years
old. has been suffering for some time
with ailments incident to old age.
While her physician. l)r II. S. Allen,
of Woodbury, was a' her bedside on
Saturday afternoon she underwent a
sudden collap-e. There was no heart
beat, sign of pul-e or respiration.
Dr. Allen informed the family and
summoned the undertaker. It was
while he stood condoling with her rela
tives that Mr-. Carpenter sat up aim
made the startling announcement.
JUDGE SPENCER WILL
SPEAK HERE SUNDAY
St. Louisan Will Talk to Men of the
ludge Selden P. Spencer of St. Louis
will lecture to men in the University
Auditorium Sunday afternoon at 3
The meeting will be under the auspice
of the oung Men's Chri-tian A-sociation.
Guilty of Killing His Aunt.
HACKKXSACK. X. J.. Sept. 23. Au
gust Evorhardt. on trial here for the
murder of his aunt. Mrs. Ottillie Ever
bardt, changed hi plea to guilty and
was sentenced to sere thirty years in
the state's prison.
THIS IS THE LATEST
Listen! as we call the world to
witness the lienevolent administra
tion of Our Heavenly-Bound Duties.
Whereas. We realize the full
meaning of recent manifestation
of iu-anity which are daily crop
ping out among you formless, fetid,
fantastic, odious, obnoxious, ophid
eon Mess of Milky Mush known as
Whereas, We realie that this
said recent incursion of Barbarian
Wisdom Will Defile our most sa
cied halls, and
Whereas, Owing to the excep
tional and inexplicable inllation of
-aid putrit pabulum, even these -o-far-impenetrable
crania are in im
minent jeopardy of exploding and
contaminating the holy atnio-phere
of the campus, ami our aiu efforts
to inculcate in and impart to this
Disgusting mas,, by personal inilu
encu and paddle siia-iou. some
atom of our transcendent wi-dom.
ha- been ieiiitel only by mo-t
Migrate ignoiance and beastly stu
Whereas, We theiefore realize in
older to reform you laungiotis,
lumhcllious, Iateritoiis. low-down,
loathsome, Lubber-Heads that di
rect, dreadful, drastic, rapid, rabid,
radical mea-nres mu-t be re-orted
to at once.
Now You, Pop-eyed, lop-eared,
slab-sided, hollow-headed, llee
bitten. hatehet-faced, chi-el-chin-ned,
f ungiis-grou n
At Once Hearken! To the voice
of the all-conquering, bloody, cruel,
domineering, exhortative, lore
ordained, galaxious, heaven-born,
indestructible, jurisdictatory, kid
napping, legislative, melliiluent,
necrophagous, opprobious, paddle
wielding, querolous, rationalistieal,
sensational, teleseopical, undefeata
ble, voracious, war-like, xenophonie,
CLASS OF 1911
And Disobey Not these laws we
hereby establi-h for your obedi
ence and edification.
Resolved, That you shall not at
any time while on Sacred ground
pollute the Sacred atmo-phere with
the vile fumes of your offensive
Resolved, That to bedeck your
selves in .high school pins or to
wear Varsity colors is a signal of
your immediate destruction, and
Resolved, That you shall at once
divest yourself of hirsute orna
ments known as side-burns and
Resolved, That you must at all
times wear your emblem of degra
dation known as the freshie's cap,
Resolved, That any known diso
bedience of these rules shall be re
ported at once to the Executive
Committee. Therefore, Beware!
One Silent, Sure, Swift, Terror to
CUSS RUSH WILL
BE POLITE AFFAIR
Marshals Promise Dr. Hill
That Undue Roughness
Will Be Barred.
Upperclassmcn of the University of
Missouri, who are xo act as field mar
shals at the cla-s ruh between the
Fre-hmcn and Sophomores tonight, yes
terday promi-ed President Hill that "all
persons caught slugging, Using unnec
essary roughness or in any way acting
in a manner uliceoming a gentleman"
would be taken out of the scrimmage.
President Hill conferred witi; the
marshals in his ollice. urging on them
to see that nothing was done that could
hurt the reputation of the University.
Ail of the upper clas-men in charge
of the event will le armed with heavy
-ticks to enforce the rules and will
wear badges to distinguish them from
the rest of the crowd. Students who
are put out of ru-h for fouling will be
"marked for future reference," the mar
Senator Stone to Speak in Sturgeon.
Senator W. J. Stone will -peak in
Sturgeon, limine county, Thursday. Oct.
1, at 1:30 p. m. There will be a free
barlieeue and basket dinner. On the
ne.t day Sturgeon's annual street fair
and horse, mule and colt show will open.
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1908.
Back-field Must Be Stronger
to Make Effective
HAVE FINE MATERIAL ON HAND
Tigers Can Be Made Winners
if Experienced Men Will
Come Out Now.
Tubby'' (iraves. star tackle on
last ear's Mi ouri foot ball team,
told a Mi oiiriau leporter this
afternoon that lie would don a foot 0
0 ball -uit to moirow and plav the 9
re-t of the -ea-on with the 'tiger-. 9
Football fan- of the University of
Mis-ouri had their fust opportunity
yesteiilay evening to watch the scrim
mage work of the men in moleskins who
aspire to be full-fledged Tiger-. What
they -aw was satisfying.
A bunch of men representing what
might be called the 'Varsity team, "ran
over" another bunch. Some of whom
are dubbed "senilis." Jt is too early
in the year for the coaches or anyone
else to name the lespecthe elevens, so
it was simply Ilarvaid against Yale, and
as usual the Blue defeated the Crim
son. Spirited Scrimmaging.
Xcver in the history of Missouri foot
ball has such spirited scrimmage work
been held so early, and never has a siptad
of men rounded into condition .-o fast.
In fact, it is this quick conditioning
which may injuie some of the men for
the long hard schedule ahead.
Deatherage ran the "Yale" team in
good fashion, but showed lack of
physical condition, and may be laid off
a couple of days to recuperate. Saun
ders handled "Harvard"' in acceptable
fashion, but his team could not keep
the ball long enough to give him a
The "Crimson" received the ball In
mid-lleld, but lost it on a fumble, and
"Yale" took her turn. On the third
down, Wilder crossed the goal for a
touch-down after recovering an outside
kick and running thirty yards. This
ended the scoring, but the "sons of Eli"
staitcd at one end of the field and were
marching steadily to within a short
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Y. M. C ARECEPTION
TO BE AL FRESCO
Tables to Be Under Trees on
North End of
An al fre-co reception to the faculty
and students is the newest 'stunt"
planned by the Young Men's and Young
Women's Christian As-ociation- of the
University of Mi-souri.
The reception will be tomorrow even
ing on the north end of the campu-.
Table- will be arrangul under the trees
and .Iapanees lanterns will furnish
light. Members of the Y. W. and Y. M.
C. A. and faculty members and their
wives will be in the receiving line.
It had been planned to hold the re
ception tonight, but it was po-tponed on
account of the class rush. If it rain-,
the reception will be in the corridors
of Academic Hall.
EAGLE THAT KILLED
BABY IS RELEASED
Bird is Set Free After Being Kept
SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 23. The
little daughter of David Chi-holm of
Eagle- Xet, Alaska, was carried away
by a big American eagle the middle of
last July and three weeks later its torn
and mangled liody was found in the
eagle's nest and the bird was captured.
John Kalem of Seattle lwught the
bird and recently shipped it to this city
where it has been on exhibition in his
store. To-day the state game warden.
Henry 15ief. ordered the relea-e of the
The Umvep-sity Missouuiax is on
-ale at the Drug Shop at two cents a
SHOWS TIGERS' NEED;
TEAM IS PRACTirmr,.
Thomas is Captain, and'-Many
of Last Year's Stars
The prospect for a successful football
season at the Columbia High School
was never better. With a good lot of
football candidates to work with, half
of whom were last year's stars,
Coaches Colonious and Tipton have
rounded out a squad that ought to
make a mark in intergcholastic football
Some of the men are new and inex
perienced, but they are rapidly devel
oping, who, with the individual stars
fiom last year's team, give promise of
an exceedingly fast and tolerably heavy
Thomas, last year's right tackle, who
was elected captain of this year's team,
has been working at half-back, and with
his speed and 100 pounds, ought to play
good football this season.
Wilkes, another of last year's team,
is in his old position at full-back, and
his last year's record gives promise of
DeVinne, Whittaker, I'edford ami
Ketchum, all of last year's team, are
working for positions, and all four will
doubtless make good.
Dysart at Quarter.
Dysart, a new man, is doing excellent
work at quarter, and Quick, who has1
an exceedingly good forward pass, will
probably play one of the halves.
The schedule of games has not been
(teiinitely settleu, nut in all probability,
a number of heavy games will be se
cured. Arrangements are on foot for
games with Wees Military Academy,
Kemper Military Academy, Mexico High
School, Missouri Military Academy,
Chillieothe High School, Jefferson City
High School, and possibly a game with
Lawrence. Kan., High School on the
morning of Thanksgiving Day, to be
played wherever the Mi-souri-Kansas
games takes place.
Games will le played here with the
Preparatory School and the Columbia
The men out for positions are, ends:
He Vine. Ketchum. Howell, and Winn;
tackles: Dunbar, Howell, Whittaker, and
f'ibbs; guards: Bedford and Morgintha
ler; center: Hyde; quarters: Dy-art and
Windsor; Thomas, Quick, and Wilkes.
backs. The average weight of the team
is about 130 pounds.
CLASS RUSH DOWN
ON THE CARDS NOW
Close Contest Is Expected,
Probably it Will Be
The sunbeams and the raindrop- will
lie engaged in a class-rush today around
Columbia and tomorrow. This i- ex
pected to be a clo-se conte-t. The field
marshal announces the rush us follow-:
"Partly cloudy ami continued warm
today; possibly showers tomorrow."
The temperature was CO degrees at
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a. m.; SG at 2 p. m.
Thirty-Two Men on Gridiron
at Lawrence, Getting
! FIRST GAME FOR PRAOTICE
Contest Saturday is Not
Regarded Seriously Line
Up Not Determined.
I-VWrtEXCE. Kan.. Sept. 23. On ac
count of continued hot weather, Coach
Kennedy is giving his pupils only mod
erate practice this week. He put them
through only light scrimmage with the
iresiinian team at the clo-e of signal
practice last night. The squad has been
growing all week and there were thirty
two men out in suits yesterday, and
the number will reach forty by next
week. Jav 1'ond. the he.ivv Twn-m-,.
Ihid who went into the Nebraska game
I hist year with only two days' practice,
'reported in a suit yesterday afternoon,
ille is big and beefy and can play any
where from center to fullback.
Kennedy is very anxious to get Verni
Smith, a big 200-pounder, out. but on
account of his work and parental ob
jections Smith has not reported. With
him for a running mate for Tub"' Reed
at guard, Kennedy would have one of
the best lines that ever lined up over the
pigskin on McCook field.
Normal Game "Practice."
The Xormal game Saturday is not ex
pected to be a very bail proposition, and
Kennedy will try to use as many "of his
men as possible in order to give them
the benefit of the practice. The lineup
has not been determined definitely, but
the following men probably will start
the game: Speer, center; lteed and
Carlson, guards; Crowell and Caldwell,
tackles; Pleasant and Houghton, ends;
Waring and Johnson, halves; Stephen
son, fullback; Steele, quarterback. This
leaves a bit of good men available to
substitute in every position, and they
may all get a try at it, for all of the
men are soft, and for that reason the
coach is desirous of using as many as
Assistant Coach Mosse is expected to
day, and with his assistance Kennedy
will begin individual work with the men,
which has not been possible to any great
extent this week on account of the large
number of men on the field.
Actress and Trolley Magnate
Became Bankrupts at
Ilj- United Pres.
CHICAGO, III., Sept. 23. Leslie Car
ter, former president of the Metropoli
tan Elevated ItailroaJ, and former hus
band of the actre-s. died here today.
He was partially asphyxiated a year
ago, and has been seriously ill since.
When Carter divorced his wife sev
eral years ago, she said she would have
her revenge by making his name more
famous than he had. She went on the
stage anil was one of Bela-co's stars
until her recent marriage, when Belasco
broke with her.
At the same time that Mrs. Carter
was filing bankruptcy proceedings in
Xew York recently, Mr. Carter was fil
ing the same proceedings in Chicago.
DINES WITH NEGRO
Oklahoma Man Denounced After Heal
Itr United Press.
MUSKOGEE, Okla.. Sept. S.I. C. E.
Creugor, Republican candidate for Con
gress, ereated surprise nt Taft, a small
town near here, by (lining publicly with
C. E. IJorri-, who was dining in the
anie room. left the table and denounced
The incident recall- the sensation
caused bv IJoosevclts' inviting Booker T.
Washington to dine with him in the
The University Missocriax is on
sale at the Lrug Shop at two cents a
I HEARST PRINTS
Fac-Simile Signature With
to Union Laborers
ACCUSED MAN'S RECORD
IN WALL STREET PUBLIC
Declines to Discuss Charges.
But Says He Will Not
HASKELL WON'T RESIGN.
By United Press.
KANSAS CITY, Sept.. 23 -Governor
Haskell, enrotite to I'hieago,
denied positively to-day that he
He declined to discus- the latest
attacks made by President Koose
velt. II j- United Tress.
NEW YOltK, Sept. 23. Under the
caption, "You Want Prof. Head Thi-,"
William K. Hearst's Xew York Journal
to-day prints a letter bearing the fac
simile signature of Gov. Haskell of Ok
lahoma, and purporting to expo-e the
record of Haskell.
The letter is an appeal to the Musko
gee Business Men's Alliance. It cites
the union labor movement as threaten
ing the right of employers to conduct
their own business. Embodied in the
letter is a resolution pledging citizens
to discriminate against union lalwrers
and to induce non-union laborers to
move to Muskogee.
BRYAN TO MAKE ANSWER
TO ROOSEVELT IN CHICAGO
By United Press.
IXDIAXAP0L1S, Ind. Sept. 23 Bryan
is expected to make a formal answer in
Chicago to IJoosevelt's lengthy state
ment regarding the charges against Has
kell. Mr. Brvan made several speeches in
Indiana to-day. He eritici-ed ltoo-evelt's
action in entering the political campaign
and declared that Roosevelt has inter
fered with the freedom of the party.
He accused the President of dictating
HASKELL IN LIMELIGHT
AS WALL STREET PROMOTER
XEW YORK, Sept. 23. Tin- indignant
protest entered by Charles X. Haskell,
of Oklahoma, that he was in any way
connected with Standard Oil interests,
had the one effect of bringing Haskell
into the limelight as one of the most
adroit operators in Wall street, in many
William B. Strang, contractor, Xo. 13
Wall street, who entered suit in April,
1S08, against the Detroit and Lima
Xorthern Railway for .?7no.00O for the
work of construction, and the furnish
ling of the materials 'for the road.
which extended from Lima. ().. to De
troit. Mich. He obtained judgment,
which was satisfied, after tedious liti-
atinn, which ended in 11)01.
Haskell was the promoter of the enter
prise, and while he appeared only as
the vice-president of the corporation
and of the Board of Director-, he actu
ally wa- the king pin of the combina
tion. E. It. Thoma-, president of the
company and It. M. Snyder, second vice
president. The director included E. It.
Thomas. C. X. Haskell, It. J. Kimball,
J. S. Bache, of Bache & Co., Xew York
brokers, J. B. Town-end, Lima, y., II.
Staples Potter, Bo-ton : It. M. Snyder.
Kansas City. Mo.; J. It. Megrue no v of
Xew York, M. Douuallv, Xapoleou. O.;
E. L. Oppenheim, Xew York.
Bache, the broker, who is in Europe
and who made a bitter attack on the
policies of President Itoo-evelt in 1907,
recommended the bonds of the corpora
tion, it is said, in the report of Haskell.
The issue was $:i,2Hli,(HH).
Mr. Bache, in common with other
bankers, had ln-en interviewed on the
long distance interview with .John D.
Rockefeller, published in The World, on
the imposition of the .29,OO0,0O0 line on
the Standard Oil Company by Judge
I.andis. The Xew York banker took
the view that Mr. Rockefeller's opinion
of the situation was calm and judicial,
while the utterances for the Chief Ex
ecutive of the nation were "impetuous,
hot headed and vengeful."
The interview was typewritten in
Bache fc Company's otlice, by the firm's
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