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CXIVEKSITr MISSOORiAS. IVKDXKSDAV, .Hl.V Inline
DEFENDER OF CAMERON
MAY BE GIVEN A PARDON
1 I tiil.sl Pros.
MADISON". Wis.. .Iuly 12. -Maybe'
they'll free John Dcltz. "the Defender
Camenn Dam." His application, it
became known today, will be consid
ered at the forthcoming meeting of the
Wisconsin Pardon Hoard.
Hundreds of letters have been pour
ir..i into Cavernor K. I.. Philipp's oflice,
incc it was announced that applica
ti n for a pardon was Hied, from in
lluential citizens of the state asking
lliai the hoard of pardons give Deitz
Deitz, a pioneer settler in the wild
country near Winter. Wis., hud his
I'u st difficulty with the authorities
when he attempted to prevent the
Chippewa Lumber and Room Company
I rum using Cameron Dam in transport
ing their logs Deltz Maimed it was
on his farm anil demanded pavment
for tlie logs the company sent over
The lumber company procured an in
junction against Deitz in l!l(t. The
shorilf never was able to serve the
injunction. Fortified in his little log
cabin on the Thornapple River. Deltz
successfully evaded the authorities.
On May 111. P.iOl. a posse set out to
arrest Deitz. but after several shots
were fired the posse retired. Another
battle took place on July 27. of that
year, when John Rogich. a member
of the posse, nd Deifz son. Clarence,
LOST AND FOUND
Uist: A Pi lieta Phi pin cither on j
Coif Links or between Coif Links and '
Pi Ileta Phi House. Finder please re- j
turn to Pi Reta Phi House or Mis-,
lourlan office and receive reward.
P. 26'J. ',
For rent: Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping at 207
Eolith Ninth Street. Phone S.'.O Green.
lost: A Conklin self-tillin
lien between College Ave
s-treet and the Commerce P.uilding.
Please return to Mis-ouriau office.
HOUSES FOR RENT
For Rent: Thoroughly modern
room, running water: summer rate,
good location. Phone itSfi. Thilo
For Rent: A ten room house at
403 Matthews street. Can be used ei
ther as a flat or dwelling. For par
ticulars phone 421. IJ-23."-tf.
For Rent Xewlj painted six-room i
modem house near agricultural cam
pus far rent, possession Sept. 1. I.eav-
ing town and want to rent my home to
responsible tenant. Phone 7.12 White j
for appointment to see premises at
iihiii.mIK- mivpiiient time. 2S0
For Rent: Splendid modem eight 1Ise(j for jjslt housekeeping if desir-'
, room brick residence. One and halfed Phone 1127. White. 709 Hitt I
block from Campus. Oak floors J street. G-2:'.9-tf.
Ihrough3ut:paneIed dining room; oak' . '
woodwork; two fireplaces: sleeping' p0r Rent: Two lars front rooms,
porch. Owner leaving town. Phone furnished. Delightfully cool for sum-
12f.l Green or call at f.Of. South Fifth
For sale A Ford Touring car. good
W:iIuIi Is the direct line to
lh-tn.lt. P.nffalu and tbe l-1'- '-""'
Slimmer fares In effect:
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s.!(i.-, llulliit... Ninsara 1'aMs
SIS.X. l Xrw VorU
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Ftnd out about these and other summer fares. See the und er.Ened
Wabash agent or xvrite to harle l.md, Div. I'ass. Act. MoberI, Mo.
J. C. Abbott, Agent Wabash Railway.
v .s t vin-il Settlement.
Vlllce III rill."
N..,!.,- is hereby given that tlie under-
..i...i..i,.,..f..r of IMna !-y yde
ri.uni . i nun i - i '
.i... i ..in .,.,!... final settlement
i.i .......... . ..in. .il.l estate a
...ii-.r....r ... il.e net term of the Pro-
bate court of Itoone County. Missouri t
.e l.ol.len :it Columbia l sal11 County.
en tlie tttti 'lay
nf ii"iist. A. 1. !"" -la Tlie last opporiuiiuy i man nu
tate In -i three year course.
I(1NI. ii n"'.
The settler barricaded his home and
made it an actual fort after this fight.
The walls of his cabin weie lined with
guns. Every member of the family
carried a gun and the smallest child
was trained to shoat like an expert
On September 7, lit 10. Deitz visited
the village of Winter and quarreled
with Rert Horel oxer an election.
Deitz shot Horel.
Renewed attempts were made by
the authorities to capture Deitz and
his family. On October 1 Deit.'s
childien. Clarence. Leslie and Klmyra
were attacken on the road ta Winter. students intending to enroll for the
Clarence and the girl were wounded geography study tour offered by the
and captured, but Leslie escaped. department of geology this summer
Deitz threatened to go to Winter ' for the first time shoulJ get the per
and take his chilJren away from the l mission of the conductor. Dr. A. K.
authoiities. but before he could make Parkins, and enroll before July IS. Doc
good his thteat. his cabin was sur-, tcr Parkins may be seen at his ollice
rounded and on October 7 a batle took i in the Ceology building within the
Deitz himself was wounded, but re
fused to give up until it was called to
his attention that Mrs. Deltz (who was
about to become a mother, might be
, killeJ. lie then surrendeied.
Fcttnd guilty of murder in the first
i decree, be was sentenced to serve life
' in orison. Tw. ears ago his sentence
was commuted to twenty years by
1 Coventor Francis K. McCovern.
Mis.-ourian business ollice. phone .".V '
Half a Cent a
Word a Day
condition. Only $275.
' N. Taylor Garage.
at John '
For sale: Reo five-passenger tour-;
lug car, newly painted and in good
condition. :?-Ki0. Call at Taylor Gar-
"Physics teachers wanted in the
following combinations: Physics and
mathematics; physics and latin; pliys
iss and agriculture: physics and
chemistry; physics and athetotics;
physics, chemistry and agriculture.1
t....,,.,..;,,,lfl., iiiiti"w:!irv SS:l:irios I
good. Calls for other high school j
, teachers. Muliy vacancies now be-
j cause of resignations. You do not
i have to pay an enrollment fee. Mis
i souri Teachers' Agency. Citizens N'a
! tional Rank Huilding. Kirksville, Mo."
' M. T. G. 2t;9.
For Tatting Work call 44S Ulack.
Dancing lessons taught privately at
709 Hilt St. 7.0c per lesson. Phone
1125-White. G. 147 tf.
ROOMS FOR RENT
as a suite,
Three furnished rooms
709 Hitt. Phono 1125
G. 241 tf.
. For rent: Rooms that may be
Call 1194 Ulack.
Three meals a day, $3.50 a
week, and two meals a day, $3.00 a
week. S14 Conley.
Phone C33 White.
The Wabash ami its c.nnectii.ii
now have new ami far faster train
-.rvi.T to Colorado. California ami
Ilrntrr. Colo. $JC.OO
Wlloustoni' -- --
salt I.Ur 'il
Washington University Dental School
(Mlssonri Dental College)
29th & Lscust Sts.
St Louis, Mo.
"rie In "i teblB.
( ;.,,,.., Iimtt-.l to fifty student" In eaeb ,
I For catalogue.
.iiblre3 tlie Dean.
,U, CLASS TO TAKE
Tnlln nr T,.r .mnT.l
iuuhut int numn
E. A. Parkins Will Conduct
Trip to Great Lakes Af
ter Summer Session.
COST WILL BE S120
Three to Five Hours' Credit
Will Be Given, Accord
ing to Work Done.
, next few days at any time between i
ami 12 o'clock in the morning and 2
and 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
The tour will be up the Mississippi
River anil anund the Croat luikes.
after the close of the Summer Ses
sion. The party will leave St. Louis
bv river steamer for St. Paul at in
" '" Saturday. August :,.
No prerequisites are lequireii ior
this course. It is open to both men
and women from an department of
the I'nivers'.ty. The credit given, thice
to five liiurs. will depend upon the
training of the student and the quali
ty or the work done. The field work
moy be used to form the basis for re
search work by advanced students.
Will Visit Ills Cities.
The more important points to lie
visited during the tour are St. Louis,
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth. Super
ior. Houghton. Sault Ste. Marie. De
troit, Toronto. Niagara Falls. ISuffalo.
Cleveland and Chicago.
Opportunity will be given to observe
and study at first hand a wide variety
of industries and physiographic and
ceoloci? phenomena interesting to
students of geogranhy. The work will
' consist of studies, observations and
t lectures on lumbering, mining, steel
and iron making, paper making, flour
imillii'ig. the commerce of the Mississip-
,,i River and the Great Lakes at re-
! ceiving and shipping ports, and the
historic and economic development of
tle various cities enroute.
Many places of historic interest
along the route will be visited. French
explorers, missionaries and fur trad
er- frequented the region about the I
Upper Mississippi and the Great Lakes
and established missions and trading
posts at several place before the close
of the seventeenth century. Mackinac
Island, until the development of the
railroads, was the center of the fur
trade of the I'pper lakes and an im
portant lake port. Many events of
the War of 1S12 took place about the
Niagara River and Lake Krie. Near
Put-in-IIay. l-ake Krie, was fought the
Ilatt,e of Ulke Krie i)PtWeen Perry and
j the Rritish.
j To,,r '" K,", ' '"''n-
, The tour will end at Chicago about
September 1, and students need not re-
' turn to Columbia. Students who are
' to teach the coming year will have
plenty of time to reach their work af-
j tcr taking this course.
f a careful estimate of the expenses
I from the time of leaving St. louis un
til the time of disbanding in Chicago,
including meals, berth, railroad and
steamship fare, is $120. Stu lents at
tending the Summer Session will not
be required to pay an additional li
brary, hospital and incidental fee. but
a 17. laboratory fee will bo charged
Students attending the Summer Ses-
, sicn and also taking the trip will have
, the opportunity of registering for a
i maximum of thirteen hours during the
summer, which is almost equal to the
( work of one semester of the regular
i session. The geograjihy trip will be
so full of interest that students taking
it will enjoy it as much as they would
a vacation at any place in the United
States. Doctor Parkins says.
This geography study tour is a regu
'. lar course in the College of Arts and
Science and will be gien annually at
the close of the Summer Session.
Daily Market Report
lly Tutted Press.
FAST ST. LOUIS, 111.. July 12.
CATTLK RKCKI PTS 3.7.00 includ
ing Soo Teans. Market steady; na
tive beef steers $7.7.0 1 1.20; yearl
ing steers and heifers $S.."loff.$iO.A7:
cows $7...-i0fiS.27i: stockers and feed
ers $7..7.0fi$11.7.-,: Texas steers $."..7.0
ft$S.:iO; cows and heifers $7ift$8.
HOG RECKIITS 9.00-n. Market 10
cents lower: mixed and butchers $9.70
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ft $10.07,; .good and heavy $10?? $10.07.
rough $9.t7.i $9 7,7,: light $9.77.n$9.97.:
pigs $S.7.o?j$9.(;o: bulk $9.70f?$lo.
SHEEP RECEIPTS 1.7.00. Market
steady: sheep and ewes $lfi$S: lambs
": others $0?S: spring lambs
Missourian business ollice. phone 7)7i.
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The Alpine Yodler are unique.
They will appear both evening and
afternoon of the fifth day of the Chau
tauqua, Wednesday, July 19. Their
war iioriti.i:s sn:.i? pricfs
Present High Cost Decrease., l'ruil
Preserving in Columbia.
Many Columbia housewives will m
all probability depend i the local
grocer to supply their demand for
preserves and canned fruit this inter
if the present high price of sugar con
tinues. Sugar now wholesj!.-. U r $S
a hundred, which nearly do. tides ih
price in November, P.H.a.
During the Civil War. t!u 'rice of
sugar averaged $7.os a h-iiidt.-d. Cliai's
in the Payne & Rot'i vholesale es
tablishment .show that the highest
price paid in litis was in December.
This was $l.lfi. In lit' I the price
ranged from $::.07 to $7.:'."..
A local candy niani.f uturer said
that the advance in ths cost . f sugar
had made prtctically no diauge in the
selling prico of home m.inufai iured
candies. A Columbia mer.iu'nt s.ays
that strange as it may seem to the
merchant who figures that bis good;
muit show a profit of 10 per cent i-r
more the distributor of sugar -s con
tent to keep the 2 per cent.
The European War seems to be the
cause of the continued high cost of
sugar, owing to the fact that Germany
! and Russia lead the world in the pro
duction of beet sugar. The average
citizen of the United States consumes
half his weight in sugar every year,
and the sugar bill of the country ig
gregates more than a million dollars
every day. says The Scientific Ann ri
can. This means that S4 pounds per
capita are consumed each year in this
MEX ARK ItKl'L.'.i'EH IN LONDON
Conscription I.a Makes It Necessary
to I'se Women in Offices.
LONDON. July 12. Whitehall, Great
Britain's official governmental nerve
center, is soon to be ruled by women,
it was announced today.
With conscription enacted, steps are
being taken to clear all government
departments of young men eligible for
military- service. Women are being
trained to take their places.
In exceptional cases a few govern
mental offices will retain their indis
pensable males, but the latter will -remain
principally to train the women.
Hundreds of men who have basked
behind their off-cial jobs for twenty
months already have been given their
ten days' grace to arrange business
wnd domestic affairs.
An official census for April elicited
that 1,022 single military cligibles
were employed in the admiralty alone;
1,032 in the board of trade; 623 in
the war office; 4C3 in the ministry of
munitions; 147) in the board of educa
tion; 2.302 customs; L7S0 inland reve
nue and hundreds more in other de
partments, in addition to the postoffice
where single and married eligibles
CLASS GETS CANNING PRACTICE,
Summer Session Workers JlaKe Pre
serves for Columbia Women.
Heans, peas, beets, chard, toma
toes, rhubarb and carrots are being
canned for Columbia women by the
class in preservation of food. The
women furnish the vegetables.
The class is divided into four clubs.
Kach club has a leader and is con
ducted as if it were a real club in
some rural district where children
were being taught canning. There is
much strife during each laboratory
period to see which club can get the
.largest varietv. the most cans and
.. ... . " . ..
the prettiest arrangement
vegetables in the cans.
Jellies. jams, preserves, mar
malades and butters are yet to be
made. The last week of school each
club will exhibit its work in the
laboratory. This is the first time
canning has been taught in the Sum-
WILL BE AT THE CHAUTAUOUA
1 music is straight from the Alps. The
company plays on the zither ami gui
tar and sings the Alpine songs in the
native language, since all attempts at
IS KNYOY TO TIIKKK CAPITALS
Mexican Minister to Knirland sMiuies-
Iluiies in Km nee and Spain.
Ity l'nitc.1 I'n .
I.ONDON. June 17. thy mail!. San
chez Ascona, Carranza's representa
tive in Kurope. has put into effect a
system of money-saving diplomacy.
Carranza named him as Mexican
minister to Kngland. but Ascona. de
siring to assist Carranza during the
government's money shortage, also has
taken upon himself the duties of minis
ter to France and minister to Spain.
He resides in Madrid but spends much
of his time traveling between the three
Ascona was the right-hand man of
Madero and was with him in the battle
at Juarez when Madero overthrew
Diaz. He is an accomplished linguist,
and his reception at the courts of Eng
land and Spain and by President
Poincare, in Paris, has been cordial.
AVIATOR WILL HAVE MEMORIAL
Wuriiefisrd Family to Reunite in Honor
of Zeppelin Hunter.
Ity 1'nlteil Press.
IjOXDO.V, June 19. (by mail) Fifty
eight Warnefords, from almost every
corner of the world, have clubbed to
gether to erect a memorial in High
worth Church, Wilte, to Lieutenant
Warneford. who destroyed a Zeppelin,
and who wan later "killed while flying
with Henry Reach Needham, the Amer
ican writer, in France. The Rev. II. U
JOHN N. TAYLOR
Pianos, Player Pianos, Victro-
las and Edisons
The Best Records Made.
WITH US ABOUT
I HOME MADE
Brick and Hollow Tile made by the
Edwards Brick Co., are made from home
labor and burned with coal mined by home
labor. The money is spent with the home
merchants. Thus the total cost of the ma
terial is kept at home. ' The money spent
for home trade always goes to build up
home institutions. The plant of the Ed
wards Brick Co. is a home institution in
every respect. But the big thing to consid
er is the fact that Edwards Hollow Tile is
equal by any test to any outside product
and it costs you less.
100 styles of Face
1 Carl W. Stookey, Mgr.
I Phone 530 - - Office 520. (,'nitar Hldj?.
translation have taken away from
their originality and beauty They
also sing the best popular English
songs and some of the older ballads
and folk songs.
Warneford. after his nephew's feat.
I realized that the deed was so striking
.ind had been given such world-wide
attention, that on the strength of it.
lie might bring the widely scattered
Warneford family together. He traced
members of the family to various cor-
' ners of the earth, with the result that
Warneford's Zeppelin bomb has re
united the Warneford family.
i Although Warnefords in past ages
have been famous because of great
deeds, the family history contains no
record as brilliant as that of the late
' - Luck in This l.nck of Hair.
Ity t'ldtcl Press.
ST. PAIL, .Minn., July 12. Oscar
', Roston. barber, carries around with
him at all times a lock of the hair of
James .i. Hill, railroad magnate and
empire builder. Oscar struck hard
i luck for the first few years after he
.reached this country. Hill had been
; lucky and amassed about $::on.oim,mo.
I Guided by the superstition that a
1 lucky man's hair might help him,
Oscar swiped one of Hill's locks while
cutting his hair and he has kept it
i ever since. Oscar is still a barber.
llring From $; to 117..
Cows brought from $i:o to $117. each
at the cattle sale of J. K. Arnold, a
fanner and dairyman who lives about
a mile and a half northwest of Co
lumbia. Heifers, calves and cows were
J. II. COLE
Olfi.r l-lionr 4UH
Brick in our office.
BRICK CO. I