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THE DAILY MISSOUHUJf, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1910.
Buenos Aires People on
! During the time he was in the Uni
versity Mr. Kinnaird was student as
sistant in zoology cue year and stu
dent assistant in agronomy one year.
i Since leaving school he has been in
- - i -- i ,i i charge of the department of agricul-
Bntish Government and the,,,. ,, ,..,., ,,, Vnr,,,ni
inn; .l .!- nv- UWIV .,.,.....
1 school, in connection with his work
at the normal school he did a consider
able amount of work among the far
mers of Xorthwest .Missouri.
for these two depart-5 VAHW VOLUNTARILY GIVES IT
i ed to their home in
after visiting friends
LIST IS INCREASING
England Says Many Firms Do
Business With Both Brit
ain and Germany.
JUIMJE AT SULI,IVA EAIK
Hy CHARLES P. STKWAIIT
(I'nlto.l I'rcs St:iff CorrrsiiomleiiO
BUENOS AIRES. Argentine. Aug.
21. South Americans resent the llrit
ish blacklist as much as the United
There is today pronounced ill feel
ing between the Ruenos Aires Com
mercial and Corn Exchanges and the
Early in the war the authorities in
London began issuing lists of German
concerns in foreign countries, Argen
tine included, with which Englishmen
in the same countries were forbidden ,
to have business relations. These lists i
have been added to from time to
The two big Ruenos Aires ex
changes took official notice of this
situation to the extent of recognizing
that the British and German inter
ests in question could not meet on
a common footing.
This was n) embarrassment to the
(iermans and a convenience to the
English, inasmuch as it obviated com
plications in transactions which inter
mediately or incidentally involved Ar
gentine and numerous other foreign
houses in transactions it might have
been difficult, otherwise to have
identified as of a distinctly Anglo
In the last few weeks, however,
the British government has observed
that companies of friendly alien ori
gin frequently do business, on one
side with German and on the other
with British companies. An order
was accordingly issued from London
placing all such establishments on the
The Buenos Aires Commercial and
Corn Exchanges have gone formally
on record as recognizing no such ,
mandate. The result will be prac
tically to nullify the British blacklist
in Argentine, except in the cases of
the British houses that arc disposed
to respect it voluntarily. Even the
ones in this latter class can hardly
respect their government's order
without ruining their business, as
they have now no longer any guaran-.
tee that they will not be trading in
directly with Germans.
I'niH bridge and It. E. Hull l.c:ne
for Green City, .Mo.
I'roL E. A. Trowbridge of the ani
mal husbandry department of the Col
lege of Agriculture and R. E. (Bob)
Hill, secretary of the Boone County
Fair, went to Green City yesterday to
judge live stock at the Sullivan County
fair at Green City. The fair will last
four days and .Mr. Hill and Professor
Trowbridge will return to Columbia
In connection witii this fair will be
held the biggest boys' and girls' con
test of its kind in the country. Be
tween ISO and "00 boys and girls are
entered and f.'OO in prizes have been i
offered bv the farmers and business
men of Sullivan County, to the schools j
; rpjiro-eiitoil by these boys and girls.
! This contest was originated by Sam-1
, uel Vos. a farmer living near Green
! City, and is probably the outgrowth !
,Ianie Johnson Surrenders Self to the
An etidence that there is honesty
even among gamblers was demon
strated this afternoon when James
Jchnson. one of the negroes impli
cated in the craps gjinic that was raid
ed by the police Saturday night, vol
untarily came to the police depart
ment nni offered himself for arrest. ' to his
Johnson was delivered over to Police visit ins
Judge M. I. Edwards who fined the
negro $2." and casts. The line was re
mitted by Mayor Ratterton down to .$1."
and costs. The police had been in
search of Johnson sin.ee it was learned
that he was seen in the dice game but iting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Estes, 215
the negro had not been seen until he Waugh street.
came to the police headquarters of1 Mrs. G. R. Cox went to Xew Frank
Iiis own account this afternoon. ' lin for a visit with her son, J. II.
Two white men facing a charge of i Cox. of that city.
Ring Mrs. H. Baerman, 109 Hitt -Mrs. E. B. Calvin of Ashland went Miss Minnie Kombrink of Harts
street, left for her home in Southern to Mexico this morning to visit her I ourg. .Mo., went to Hardin this morn
Kansas this morning. i j,ai.t,nts Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams, ing.
.Mrs. J. Robben and family return-1 '
Mrs. Xannie McKenzie. returned to (
Webster after shopping in this city.
L. R. Shadrick, a former resident .
of Columbia, returned this afternoon j
home m Valuta, Okla., after i
: with friends.
R. A. Carey, of Boonvillc, returned
to his home after a short visit with
Mrs. Rachel Denny, of Fayette, re
turned home this afternoon after vis-
drunkene-.? appeared before Police
Judge Edwards this afternoon. The
men were fined $1 and costs, a total
of $H.2-.. Roth paid their fines.
.Mrs. Roy T. Davis, and little
(laughter, went to Jefferson City to
Mrs. Thomas Ray, and son Thomas
Jr.. went to St. Louis this afternoon
for a short visit.
Mrs. Kate Lackland. 1001 East
Broadway, went to Mexico for a visit
Raiiil llradford Round (her.
The cas-e of David Bradford, a negro,
ngain.-.t Clarence Douglass, another
negro, in which the former charges ' ti,js afternoon.
the latter with assault with intent to jr an, jra j Estes,
kill was heard this nnrning before s(rrrt i(lf, for'St. Louis
Justice J. S. Riekncll. Bradford charg
es that on August i::, Douglass struck
him in the head with a rock. Judge
Ricknell bound Douglass oer to the
October term of the Circuit Court.' The
fif ;1 (mloiiitr nti.nct ttsil.l In.., full f..c ! . .. . .
j'f f. ...0i ....... ...b. ..... .... iauer gae nonu ur ins appearance
the stook men of the county. i ., tin !
WV It HA VI' ISSUER FOR It'll,
Still I'll foil ml.
Information charging Willie Day. a
local taicah driver, with the embezzle
ment of $1.7.". from Wallace Wright
last Sunday, was tiled yesterday by
Prosecuting Attorney Dinwiddie with
Justice J. S. Bicknell. It is charged
that on the above mentioned date Day
wn i-iven it 7.". bv Wallace Wright to
buy the latter a package of cigarettes
and that Day ran away with the en
A warrant for Day's arrest has been
issued and deliicred to Constable Fred
Whitesides. Tims far Day has not
been found. It is thought that he '
went to Jefferson City from here.
RETURNS FROM EXTENSION Tltll'
Tumi Ford Sent 1 Infirmary.
Tom Ford, who has made this city
! ins resilience ior scleral months, was
! sent to the infirmary yesterday by the
Motility court. He has no relatives in
this part of the country, and no means
Miss Minerva Lawrence arrived
here this afternoon from X'cw York
City to visit Mr. W. II. Lawrence, a
professor of Horticulture in the Uni
versity. Miss Ruth Felty, l.-.O.", Windsor
street, left for St. Louis on business
this afternoon. She will return in a
Wallace Wright, an attorney of
Chattanooga, Temi.. left for his home
this afternoon after a visit with Mrs.
J. A. Freeman. 21 Allen place.
CITY AND CAMPUS
W. It. Crosswliite went to Halisville
Dr. It. F. Goslin went to Mexico on
business this morning.
Mrs. M. A. Allen went to Mexico
on a isit this morning.
Mrs. M. E. Gilliand went to Farber.
Mo., this morning on a isit.
Miss Hose Lesom who has been vis-
OPEN" SEASON LASTS .". MONTHS
.New Federal Hunting Regulations fur
I'.r t'nltpil Prow.
CARLYLE. III.. Aug. 22. Xew regu
lations for shooting water fowls in
Missouri. Illinois, Kansas. Icuva and
II. .Mole Rack From
J. II II. Mote of the agricultural ex- j
teus'on service of the University re- '
turned this morning from a several ,
days' trip to southwest Missouri. Mr. '
Mote has been obtaining lists of the
carload freight shipments in those i
At Xeosho in Xewton County and at
Pineville in AIcDanald County .Mr.
.Mote attended the county teachers'
nsspciaticn. About thirty-five teach
ers in each county agreed to take up
'he boys' and girls' club work during
the coming school year.
- , .".c Argo Starch
Hall Orchestra Starts Practice. I ;!0c coff 1(j
The new Hall Theatre orchestra i
started rehearsals this morning. Prof. ",0 SoilI, S bars
Jack Whitney, who played at the
Star Theater the last season, will
10 Extra S & H Stamps With
Tuesday and Wednesday
-Jill (lu-Minn College tic.
1 10c Corn Flakes, 3 boxes i.lc
' 10c Toilet Paper, 4 for 2.")C
Follow the Flag
have charge of the
music, and the .
!.. ....,. .... , ... ,
Xebraska provide for an open-season ",l".1. ' s ' Ca "
musicians. 1 ne ineaier win open witn
from September IS to December 31.
according to work received here to
day from Washington.
If. A. KINNAIRH IS SOIL EXPERT
-M. U. Graduate Eiiiplnieil in Two 1'iii
R. A. Kinnaird. who received a bach
elor's degree in agriculture in IftR!
and a master's degree in 101 1. began
work yesterday morning as soils spec
ialist in the agricultural extension
service and in the agricultural ex
periment station at the College of Ag
riculture. Mr. Kinnaird is the only
man who has ever been employed to
a six-piece orchestra.
TOO LtTE TO CLASSIFY
Dancing lessons taught privately at
709 Hitt St. iiOc per lesson. Phone
1125-White. G. 147 tf.
For Rent: September 1st, six-room
modern house, at 141fi Rosemary lane. I ,-,c .Matches,
Phone 122. between !l a. 111
r.e Cleanser, G cans
loc Green Beans, can
10c Layton II. Powders, 2 cans
10c Corn, 3 cans 2.1c
j 10c Peas, 3 cans 2oc
10c Pumpkin. 3 cans
Boiled Ham, lb
It. Bacon, lb
10c K. C. II. Powders, 2 cans
2oc Coffee, lb
1 1'C Asparagus, can
For Sale: Quick meal
range, in good condition. D.
less Phone fiol. II.
303 tf. j
5c Washing Powder, C boxes
Chicken Grit, 3 lb
We Give S & H Stamps
Round trip to Denver, Col
orado Springs, Pueblo,
etc. Limit Oct. 31st.
Salt Lake City 41.00
Round trip to San Francisco,
Los Angeles, San Diego.
Limit Oct. 31st.
Kind out about the splendid serv
ice West lia tVabiisli and con
nections, ami get details about
these fares from
J. C. Abbott, Agent,
Earl Lind, Div. Pass.Agcnl,
T?e Columbia Grafanola
We have a Complete Stock
of these Machines and the
Come In and Hear Them
Parker Furniture Co.
Style For Fll
Our showing of Women's
Footwear for the Fall and Win
ter Seasons is the finest display
in the bistort' of our store!
We've shoes for dress func
tions, for the street for stormy
weather and for all occasions
We believe that there is no
other women's shoes made to
day for the money of so high
a grade, so handsome, so satis
fying in every way as the shoes
we are now showing.
STAR THEATRE fc
Home & Harper
Essanay three-part Photoplay
Featuring Darwin Karr
and Nell Craig
The Phonograph Department of the Parker Furniture Company
has now taken over the agency for the
EDISON DIAMOND DISC MACHINE
These will be carried in all the different sizes from $100 to $1,500.00
EDISON DIAMOND DISC RECORDS.
COME IN AND HEAR THESE RECORDS.