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IMVERSITY MISSOURI.!, HKUNESDiY, AUGUST 2, 1SHC.
WOULD PLAY THK KKOnS I . A. It. CUIP MAY HE TIIK L VST
Maiij Teams Write to Manager Ta
lur fur (.'ami-s with Columbia.
Teams from all over the State arc
tring to book games with the Co-
Vrlcraiis of ('nil Mar to .Meet In Kan
sas (it Anpiist 29.
I!v I'ulted Pres.
KANSAS CITY. .Mo . Aug. 2 Twen-
lumbla Browns. Manager Tajlor has 'J-mousanu veterans oi u.e uranu r
rcccived several letters this wcck m of ,1,e RePuljlc mobilize here
fiom baseball nianaKcrs asking for " -.". u.e mm.-iu ..-i.u..-i .-..-
a game Talor sa.vs, "It will be im- campnlpnt
nnj-sihln in nlm nil nf thpso tpams.
but some of the best teams will bc ' be the last great encampment and that
l.laI and most of the games n, I it u .11 be the first .n this section of the
I rsitmtv! In mini i nipt. Milt wittwl Ilin
bc plavul heie The arrangements of I ' '" .'""-"".' "
the future games will be far better
than when we were in the league"
A hard battle is expected here Sun-
daj between Centralia and the Hrowns
According to the dope Centralia would
The fact that this will be
the golden jubilee reunion, that it ma
FICKLIN QUITS FORCE
Night Policeman Out, and
Council Postpones Choice
be holding first place and the Biowns
sieond place, if the league had not
disbanded Centralia won both games
last Stindav with Moberh and has
bun plaving excellent ball through
out the season
Batteries for Sundaj's game are:
Columbia, Talor and Winegar and
Lansing, Centralia, Haskemp. Lan
caster and O linen
The game will be called at 3 o'clock
Itordt r Is (Juict, Is Report.
i:v t'nlti-il i'rv.
i:i. PASO, Te , Aug 2 Captain
Kcllcj. commanding cavalr troops
lushed fioni Fort Itliss to I'm ley,
suit a leport to General Hell toda
Then is absolute! no truth in the '
leport that 13.0(10 bandits have in
vaded the United States near there,
he savs The report that bandits
were present was received bv Gen
eral Hell larlv this morning from the
militia offueis at Fort Hancock
M. !'. Man Neds California (iirl.
T J TalLert. extension assistant
professor, wis married this afternoon
to Miss Mar Williams of San Fran- '
lisio. Cal The wedding took place'
at Miss William's uncle. E Williams
a' Kevtesville Miss Anna K Pear- j
ron and Mis Linnie E. Pearson from
here attended the wedding. The wed-
d ng was a uiet affair and only a few-
friends and relatives were inviteU.
croud of visitors to 12'i.OOu.
While the voung blood of the loun-
Urv is mobilized on the .Mexican border.
I the " bovs of 'CI" who fought to save
I the Union will gather here for what
i promises to be the final review
I When the gre -haired and stooped
veterans pas in review, few are ex
pected to march. With the armies of
todav thoroughly motorized, the old
men v. ho wear the bionze button will
not feel that it i a disgrace to pass
in review :n automobiles. Kansa.
Citv will furnish the motor cars
Io Install II. S. Hille Clubs.
ISv I'nltril I'res.
CHICAGO, Aug 2. A coast to coast
roundup of high schools for the pur
pose of installing nlle clubs was the
plan announced by official-, of the
American Rille Association here todav
Before taking up the work of teaching
high school bo.vs to shoot, erTort will
be made to organize clubs in all prep
schools, colleges and universities not
vet represented in the association.
After onl a little more than two
month of serv ice, Thomas Ficklin last
night handed in his resignation as
a member of the night police force.
The City Council accepted it
Ficklin was put on the force last
Maj after I) H. How land and Charles
.Mitchell had been let out because of
trouble between the police force and
the council The major wanted Row
land reappointed last May. but several
of the coiincilmen objected. Finall
Ficklin was chosen
At the council meeting last night,
immediate! after Ficklin's resigna
tion had been announced, the ma or
suggested the reappointment of D. II.
("Deck") How laud. Councilmen
Klass who was opposed to Mitchell
and How land when the question of inK-
ture and is a member of the United
States soils survey department.
C. O. Hanes made a business trip
to St. Louis last night.
.Miss Bab Bell, extension assistant
professor, went to Hale this morning
Mis. Harry Broadhead and -Mrs.
Frank -Mitchell went to St. Joseph this
morning to visit .Mrs. Broadhead's
mother, .Mrs. J. .M. Ford.
.Mrs. A. Hhs went to Marshall this
morning to visit relatives.
Mrs. A. J. Perkins of Centralia, who
has been visiting relatives here, re
turned to her home this morning.
Rev. L E. Murph of Hannibal, who
has been visiting lelatives at Ash
land, returned to his home this morning.
Miss Maitha Fine, assistant secret
tary of the Univeisity. left this morn
ing for Boulder, Colo She will return
about September 1
.Mrs Pope Braley of Denver. Colo.
who has been visiting Mrs. D. O. Hay
less, returned to her home this mom-
cousin, and a few intimate friends In
.Miss Prentis was graduated from
the University with the degree of A.
B. In 1905. She is a member of the
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mr.
Nelson is a former student in the Uni
versity. He is a member of the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
The couple will leave Columbia im
mediately after the wedding supper
and will be at home at S09 Roosevelt
place. New Orleans, after August 20.
The large wedding which was to
have taken place at Miss Prentis'
Olmstead and .Mrs. L. Smith; Misses
Sarah and Lela Britt, Lucile Douglas
Hulda Umbedck. Marie Swain, Louise
Thomson, lone Self, Francis Corlew
Eleanor Bedford, Bess Nash. Alma
Jones, Katherine Bartlett, Bessie Hill,
.Margaret and Nell Shank and Eliza
beth Nowell. Cherries, ice cream and
cake were served.
A party of Columbians, consisting of
Misses Bess La Frenz, Lucile Hags
dale and Vadia Rice and Charles
Kane, G. T. .Murphy and Clarence
Peeples, motored to Rocheport Sun-
home in the East was made impos- day. They left at 9:30 o'clock in the
sible bv the ill health of her father.
their reappointment came up last May,
held off the voting with a motion that
the matter be deferred until all the
members were present Klass' motion
James Davenport of Drowns Dies.
James Davenport of Browns died
veterdav. He was 77 vears old and
was born in Boone Count. Burial
will fie at Redtop Church tomorrow
l?4i Iicport (iirl Licensed to Med.
A matiiage license was issued es
tciMav to J .M. Campbell of Uncoln,
Neb, and Miss Ethel Snell of Roche-port
i Club Calls (iff Luncheon.
On account of the Boone Count
Fair, theie will be no Commercial
( Club luncheon tomorrow.
HiKon I'licbaiiL'i'd on Suffrage
ttv I'nltpil l'res. '
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2. -President A swimming part, followed by a
Wilson toda did away with ail hope picnic supper on the lawn, was given
that suffragists might have that he at Stephens College Monday evening,
ti out Hughes' on the suffrage ques- Those attending were Dean and Mrs.
Hon. He authorized an announce- Eldon R. James, .Mr. and Mrs. George
mint he had not changed his attitude. Venable, Mr. and .Mrs. Basil Gaunt
He thinks that suffrage should be the lett. Miss Fannie May Ross and It.
problem of the state. T Davis
Miss Calla Green and Miss Lillian
Hailer went to Denver, Colo, this
morning for a three weeks visit.
.Airs. Ida Harbin of Hannibal, who
has been visitinc her father S. s
ti i i.. . -
..,.., c ,,c, .,., ...Me- siren- Crose, went to Mobeily this morning
iioul opposed Ficklin, Mayor Batter- 'to xislt reiativcs
ton said last night that the leason for
the policeman's lesignation was that . D' '' ,v,""u "L"1 l" al' ',ose',n
he foun'd better a in other work and ""s morn,nB to Wsit fnc,lds
that be did not want work that kept I)r w- J- Fenton and two children
him awav from home at night Thei,cat on -Mural, who have been visit-
na.vor was confident that Rowland i lnK nis father, J. P. Fenton, returned
would be appointed to take Ficklin's I'" tllcil h"""' 'b's morning at M.vstic,
plaie The matter will come up at a'Imva-
special meeting of the council Frida ' John Bra ton, R. M Brown, Rev. E
n,K't ill Shivlev, c C. Crow. C. G Goetz
A bill for $4,097.18 to be taken from and W V Richmond of Pans are vis-
the water and light fund for the pay-liting heie toda.
met of salaries and incidental ex- I j. (. Wlffl.n , humng M c.Rht
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A one-room brick xeneer school
house is being built at Clark Iane,
about a mile north of town
morning and returned that night. The
day was spent in rowing, bathing and
Prof. Walter Miller will entertain picture taking.
the members of his Summer Session
classes at his home. 1516 Keiserl -Misses Alma Jones and .cll Mcrs
avenue, this evening. The members or Umonvilfe, Mo, and .Miss l-rancis
are .Mrs. Alice B. Johnston, Misses Corlcw of Columbia will be the guests
Lillian H. Althensen. Bertha Brandt.1 of -Misses Ciithia and Eleanor Wilkis
Pauline Jones, Laurine Kollmeer, El-'a' an informal dinner this evening
la Wheeler Smith, Sadie Woods, Fran-1
ces Claton, Hulda Umbeck
Sires, Frances Sires, Edith Jordan
Elizabeth Fombelle, Mary Connor, I
Velma Cannon, Jane Adams, JIary
Rebecca Harrison, Mary Condict, Da-
phine Crawford, Helen Emma Da-
vanlt. Genevieve Fraher. Stella Mad-
dox, Ella W. Smith and Alice Withcr
spoon; T. M. Hurt and Edward D.
Jewel g'''S ai nuo raqum sireei win
j have a farewell party at 10 oclock
toniaght. Those who will attend are
'Misses Katherine McComb. Bertha Mc
Creery, Bertha Brandt, Maomi Maxey,
Sarah Culbertson, Kathrn Bartlett.
Marie Swain, Ozelle Iji, Blanche
Bow die, awd Lev-Ellen Gilliam Mrs
v. H. Brown will be their guest. Re-
frsbments will be served
" the council
Another bill for $.',7.70 to be taken j
from the county poor fund for the j
pament of accounts was also al
A bill for $l,7St 10 to be taken from
M. G. Quinn is bulinding a house on
A swimming party was given last
night at Stephens College by George
T. .Murphy and Clarence Peeples.
Those attending were .Misses Lucile
Ragsdalc, Vadia Rice, .Martha Shock
ley, Helen Ford and Julia Hulett;
Clarence Peeples, George T. -Murphy,
M. E. Bahr, Harley Hyde and Brosius
Goodwin. Miss Anne Douglas was
Mrs. C. B. Bowling gave a lawn par
ty from 7 to 10 o'clock Saturda even
ing in honor of her guest, Mrs Frank
Beardsley of St. Louis. About thirty
Miss Eleanor and Cnthia Wilkes
entertained informally at their home
at 40S Price avenue from 3 to G
o'clock Monday afternoon. Their
guests were .Mrs. Everett Breece, Mrs.
-Marvin Beach. .Mrs. L. Bell, .Mrs. A. T.
A family porch party will be given
b Mrs. Sidney Calvert at her home
817 College avenue, this evening in
honor of her cousin, Mrs. Frank
Beardsley of St. Louis, who is the
guest of .Mrs. C. B. Bowling. About
twenty-Six e relatives will be present
A nice line of wash and cool cloth
suits for bos 6 to 15 at less than
wholesale cost at the BOONE -MERC.
CO , opposite postoffice. S. 287-290.
Recently we bought 50 boys wash and cool cloth
suits, ages 6 to 15 years, that we are going to close out
at less than wholesale price, which is from $1.50 to $4.
These suits are of the latest pattern and are very
great values at the price. We also have many other bar
gains in the store such as ladies wash skirts and waists,
girls dresses, etc., that you can buy for less than you
can buy elsewhere. We will appreciate an investigation.
Boone Merc. Co., J A6'neearl'
the general revenue fund for the pay- , Walnut street- He is building it or
inent of sMnriPs .-mil nrenniitc nf tlm I tlIe ani1 local-face brick.
council was allowed. i Finest Tipton of Fulton was In Co-
An ordinance was passed ordering ! Iu'nbia esterday.
the grade of the west end of Conlcy ! J G. Watson, until recently exten
avenue from Fourth to Eighth street, j sion assistant professor in dairing.
Citizens living in thevicinit of Ann wes here esteiila on business con-
and Amelia streets appeared before cerning the national dairy show to be
the council last night and asked that held in Convention hall in Kansas Citv
ewer connections be made in that sec
tion After considerable discussion
the council ordered that the matter be
left to the attention of City Attorney
Starrett for legal adv ice.
Councilman Kellog asked that the
City clerk draw a resolution before
the next meeting of the council order
ing the construction of a sewer on Oak
street from Hill to Worley streets.
Slater I ogan. a negro living in this
part of the cit. appeared before the I Miss Hally Morrison Prentis of
council to represent the residents in'Brookln, N. Y., and William Pier
regard to the sewer proposition. pont Nelson, Jr., of New Orleans, will
De marneu at tne nome of .Mrs. Rob-
Mrs. J. K. Ffer and her daughter.
Miss Elizabeth, have returned home
from a visit to Chicago and Green
Bay, Wis. Miss Elizabeth Connell,
Mrs F.vfer's sister, accompanied
James Kerr of Edgerton, Mo ,
visiting in Columbia.
The factory is shipping us
two carloads of Buick Six
es and Fours, Maxwells
this week. Gome in and
A Car For All The Family
CITY AND CAMPUS ert I-- Ramsa'- the sister f -iss
rreniis, at , o'clock Saturday even
ing. The Rev Edmond Duckworth,
rector of the Church of the Redeemer
I in St. Louis, will perform the rerp-
Dr W II PIe. assistant professor ' mony.
of educational pschoogy. and his I Mrs. rtamsav will be matron of
two sons. Waldo and Bradford, iH , honor, and her 3- ear-old son, Robert
leave the last of this week for Carmi,wili be ring brarcr- The gucsN WI'
111., where they will spend their va- be Mr. and .Mrs W P. Nelson of St
canon wim uocior .-!es motner. uuis parents ot the bridegroom. Miss
Ray E Miller of Mexico, Mo, a Uni-J Cora Fordes. also of St. Louis, his
Let The Missourian Help
You Sell That House!
Or Do You Want To Buy?
Lost articles found,
of or exchanges
made thru the Class
ified Ad Columns.
Tlie liuiek Valve-In-Head Motor mean
spouse to the starter, smooth running. The
answers the need of tiie family for a ear that i
power, instant re
I'.ttick Six or Four
reliable, safe, -ati
The Iitiick was the first car to u-e the VaKe-Iii-Head .Motor
and the proof of complete satisfaction, enormous power, speed,
and durability is evidenced bv the fact that the leading cars of
the world have adopted this stvle of motor over any other kind.
The I'.ttick was the pioneer in this field and the company ha been
improving this wonderful motor each ear until today it is the
When ou own a P.uick v. on own the glorious out doors. A
week end or vcar end vacation is at vour command on an instant's
F. H. Hobrecht
OLD TRAILS GARAGE
versit student, is in Columbia for
a few daxs
Lawrence Sharp of Fulton is visit-'
ing in Columbia I
Airs Henr Wise returned to her'
home todav, after visiting .Mr Wise in
Miss Eva Johnston and Miss Hein
rici will spend their vacation at
Dr John Pickard and his daughter.
Miss Carol n, plan to spend the
month of August m Estes Park, Colo.
Gl.vnn F Mmnis, a student in the
Summer Session, was admitted to
Parker Memorial Hospital esterday.
Daniel Grant, a negro, was admitted
to Parker Memorial Hospital ester-
da, suffering with injuries sustained
in an automobile accident.
I tie Rev Elva B.vron Shively, A.
B '09, pastor of the Christian Church
at Pans. Mo, motored to Columbia
todav He will return this evening.
a a Evans of Parsons, Kan, is
visiting .Air and Airs G. A. Gans.
Ro C Gans and family of St. Louis
are visiting Mr and Airs G A. Gans
at 1505 Windsor street.
Mr and Airs. E. E. Vanatta have
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son, hart s Vanatta. and famil.v of
that place. Earl S Vanatta is a1
graduate of the College of Agricul-I
A nice line of wash and cool cloth
suits for bo.vs 6 to 15 at less than
wholesale cost at the BOONE MERC.
CO , opposite postoffice. S. 287-290.
Only lA - cent a word.
Isn't It Worth It?
The Missourian phone 55
SOUTH NINTH ST.
TOO LATE TO CMSSIFY
For Rent: After September 1, five
room cottage in East Highlands, city
water, wires for lights, large garden
and pasture W McN Miller. Phone!
707 or S02 jj. 2SS tf '
A nice line of wash and cool cloth,
suits for bos 6 to 15 at less than'
wholesale cost at fht nnnvc nunn I
-u. opposite Dostorrire s RT.oon i
Keep Your Car in Condition
We have the fully equipped shop for repair- -ing
and overhauling your car.
We have tne only automobile painting and
trimming! estabhshmentin Boone County. Pro
per care olf your car keeps it looking respectable
and keeps down thecost of operation and upkeep
The embloyes of the different departments
of our plaht are experts in their line. Our
thorough, Complete, careful service is our best
advertisement. It will satisfy you. Satisfac
tion is our Working principle.
Comearound and inspect ourplant fair week.
JARVIS 4 McHARG
IINTH AND ASH STREET
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