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fife SOimiBIA EgNING MISSOURIANJ
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THIRTEENTH YEAR ' I
THE WKATHKK J
COLUMBIA, MISSOUm.jTjUISDA,X, SEPTEMBER 14, 1920
New Building .Will BReaSy
for OccupaBcy Next
IT WILL COST $21,000
Ground Will.Be'Jifokeaon Site
Late Today "ariTomorrovrfH
The board of governors of the new
Columbia Country dab voted last night
to give the building committee full power
to proceed vita the construction of the
dab house. f x r, ,
lae plans prescniea py xi. 3t nxll, vat
architect, were accepted These plans
rail for a budding to cost approximately
Ground for tbe new building will be
broken late this afternoon or early to
morrow morning.' 7t pnBabrfwiU be
ten days before tbe complete specifica-.
lions are completed aodithejbids are
Work on .the course has been going
on for some time. Tbe greens are now
nearly finished. It is desired to bare
the club.bouta complied lhur-winrerMr
that next spring will find Columbia with-
it Country dub completed. , -
RAUB0AD MEN AGREE TO work
Employes Hare Beeonsleerew their
Tote of Last Saaday JOgkL
Itehet Pre-. -
CHICAGO. Sept. ngjnemen.
switchmen and yardmen who have been
on an "outlaw" strike since last March
will return to work here .today, accord
ing to a statement of H. E. Redding,
president ol the United Engtnemcn of
the Wolrd. He said that the workmen, of
Chicago had reconsidered tbek rote of
last Sunday night and that they were
all anxious to get back to work.
The Northwestern road reports thai
work again. The Burlington-Toad report!
that only a part of its men are back on
the job but that indications are that
tbey wijl all go .back soon. ,
SISS FEISEBS WILL RETALIATE
Fori Cojcmbla and' Vicinitv: Some
what' unsettled W generally fair tonight
and Wednania'y; continued warm.
ror Misabenr" Generally fair tonight
asd Wednesday; continued warm.
The pressure continued relatively low
in most sections of the country east of
tbe Rocky Mountains and the resulting
weather is more or less unsettled, but
Bo rain of consequence occurred dur
ing the past ,21 boars.
Warm, summer like weather obtains.
except in the British North est where
it is 'turning colder
The Missouri roads are muddy gen
erally. Probably the worst places on
the Old Trails are in Warren County
and between 'Wavnly and Independence.
Mostly air weather probably will pre
vail over Wednesday.
, Local Data: The highest temperature
Irr, Columbia yesterday was 79; and the
lowest last night was 71. Precipitation
ft07. A year ago yestrsday the highest
temperature was 78 and the lowest was
Si Precipitation 0.00. " "
ALtSE.MORS ELECTION FHMAT
School of Education and Graduate
, School Election Tomnrrorr.
The all-senior cla officers will lie
'J'cdat a meeting to be, held in the
UniTersity Auditorium at 4:10 o'clock
Friday afternoon. All seniors are urged
to: attend this election.
Students in the School of Education
and In the Craduate School will hold
their elections as follows: One council
man and two senators will be elected
from the School of Education tomorrow '
afternoon at 4:10 o'clock in the Univer
sity Auditorium. Students in the Grad
uate School will meet one hour later at
the. same place to elect their councilman
mad. two senators.
WAR IS OVER, DESPITE
V. S. SENATE, COLOQti
JURY DECIDES Ttikt
Mrs. H W. St. Clair-Moss
Succeeded Iiy Edgar
Js t Is the wsr over? Yes- Aaywzain. Co
llumbia jury this afternoon decieWynat
.it was. . &. s'
1 X. V. Evans of Rocheport UilSagar
McBee $25 that tbe war with Gtnwa
SCHOOL I would not be over by January ttjM
IMcUee bet that it would. f
Hold Position of Prcsi- After the armistice was signed Joa No
ilrnt Kinprilus Willi ! veraber 1 1. 1918, Kelly HaineWrthe
Make flower icommercial club has
T SHOW PLANS' mi COLUMBIA'S GROW in
?i . f in.. .:- - -:.i n..u : -ii,:- n.,.- iK first four and
MfPmes Expected to Am"'
Mrs. L. W. St. Clair.Moss, for nine.
leen sears president of Christian Col
lege of Columbia and fc4tix sears pres
ident of Hamilton College, Lexington.
Ky., retires this week as president of
Christian College. Mie will hdd the po
sition as president emeritus and will he
artitclv engaged in conducting the college.
Mrs. Mos will be succeeded by Edgjr
stakeholder, refused to pay tas JS)
stakes to McBee. Haines said ho did
not know if tbe war was over or tail aa
til the Peace Treaty was ratified.''
iucbee orougni sun in jumivoi
and tlie case was tried today
Judge John Si Bicknell and a jumiThe
:.. .1 :j..i :. r xf.n. "
W. M. Dinwiddie. attorney forj
and Hains, appealed the case, to thatCr
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cu.i joun. TTrv
u. Lce,Tice-presiirnt ot uk rourcr, whr tt r m a m m ii ikTvi-k L
by unanimous action of .the board of! IV I I I N I A I I K JIl
ssn mttfmmmtm tsroxHnt I laa f 1. lZ I
triMtcr. ha been elected president.
tiu wuroe the duties of his office
the opening of the college year tomorrow. EL H. King" Will Sec Tliaf All
-I am not severing my relations withl ri1;,lrrn Ar in ."Wsnof'' '
the collece. but after twenty live vrars
of administrative service, I am released
f . t. !.-. f ..!.. ...I t r- Nortncult. the county
for the reneral Interest of the inslitu-1 ,.""I,,, of lblic schools, anno.i
:..-. ,:a xt xi. !,. xi.. xt-'lr the appointment of II. H.
sauiif oa iac A'siho sjo ,ll Javw I . - - "
.ide acquaintanco with patrons friends wlm". f"' "?' na ,U"T U
TO LAY PLANS
Baptist Building Committee to
Decide Upon Architect
- for New Church.
. The building committee for the new
Baptist Church will jneet tonight in the
Baptist Church Annex to decide upon
an architect, and to discuss plans for
the proposed church. Dr. Harvey Beau
champ, of Dallas. Tex who lias drawn
the plans for tbe building, will be bere
tojmeet wijh I ho committee, which is
composed rJtlhe following members:
Mrs. J. E. Thornton and Mrs. L. M.
The old buildine is too small to accom
modate the membership and for that tea
son will be torn' down late this falL
Tbe new building will be erected the
first part of next year.
Hie Rev. T. W, lounz minister of
the congregation, is rlanning to present
the matter of building funds to the
Missouri Baptbt general association at
St- Joseph, in October. The building
plana have been adopted by the com
mittee and church bere, but will have
to be approved by the state since the
money to be used will be raised by the
state of Missouri. A $250,000 state wide
campaign will be started soon.
ing of churches for them. In the opinior
of the Rev. Doctor loung.
XAST GIFTS TO LIBRARr
Officials Wfll Sot Trust Bcarisali
Vr t'uft4 rrws. i
LONDON, Sept. If Sinn' Fein gov-
ernmen, ctfcUh .stated tWiTcil.Txa:
"T'L "L'JMlM. H. O. Severance. JoBn N.
UIIU tlUBl ISR.UI tW " "" IUMISIU-
uals They stated that In the event of
Lord Mayor MscSweeney's death Great
Britain will welcome a chance to carry
out some reprisals against the Irish gov.
ernment, and tbey went on to say that
they were sure that tbe British govern
ment would carry out a just retribution
when it does come about.
Democratic and Republican
t L'Bila PlMfc .
JEFFERSON CITY. Sept. K The
Democratic and Republican platform
committees met here this afternoon. The
main topic in the Repubbcan committee
was the possibility of a resolution being
introduced before the convention asking
the resignation of Jacob L. Babler.
Both committees gavtr up thefhope of
avoiding a fight over the situation in re
gard to tbe women voters. The, Republi
can committee said that the fight would
start over the proposition of a woman be
ing nominated for the chairmanship of
the stste committee.
MISS LEX0RE WATTS BURRIES
Colombia. Girl Weds Dr. F. X. Bran-
denbarg- of St. Louis. f
Miss Lenore Walts, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Watts of Colunt
bia, was married to Dr. F. A. Branden
burg of St. Louis at 6 o'clock this morn
ing at the Old Cathedral b St. Louis.
Miss Watts is a graduate of the Co.
lumbia High School and received a B. J.
degree from tbe School of Journalism of
the University in 1918. While in .the
University she took part ia a.nuavberot
dramatic performances and was promi
nent as a student cartoonist. For tbe
last year she has been news editor ol tbe
Norwich, N. Y. Sun.
Doctor Brandenburg Isa graduate of
St- Louis University and 'was -granted a
alumnae and former students qualifies
her for valuable service in plans for tlie
larger future of the College.
Mr. Lee is a native of Missouri hav
ing been born and reared near Iaddonia.
Audrain County1. Hcbulds the drgrre of
commissioner of schools, as the new Boone
ICountv school attendance officer, baser
section 10893 of the revised school: lava.
His duty will be to investigate tbe cUat
of children for exemption from'
' and to issue certificates of exerravrkwi
Ma-lcr of Arts from the llnivcrily 0rlf ucnemwrea are eauwisnoa to.aia
printed notices upon the parents or coard-
. tans of pervns h are not in school.
I Th main proYiMons of the Compulson
Master of Arts from U.e Unversity f j "lisfaclion. He slull serve wimfn at
aBaH . - ,. tjPjaaajaaawMMtfc
half years of the club s existence most of
Tlvla ruia.is.vn tv.a wsl Kava filtawt Irwv friat nrartt rulVinP WSS 0006.
tract a Large Entry ' RujjeU Monroe left more than a month ' He further says that there was a pe-
. I . ....-... ... J.nv the oav
" List. ago and. according to Hank H. Itollins, . nod ol seventeen nour " -
president of the club, although the board in which there was no train srevice m
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT f Jwtors is consldning five applicants i the Wabash, and that it took twodays
(lor the place, no appointment will be and a night to go to nui"" - -
" vrr-n t I- f I x. XI:.- i.i. ... .1,. XI If T. ACCoroing 10
race major win nave t"u; "" ' . "
rtiffra'nr -r-,n..r....i .Burnett is acting secretary ot the Lorn-
MMM.gt. v &tautigt.iiPiiv
i,, th, l V. & T. According
XI, ll. ..!,,. it,. r..mmercisl Qnb not
Jmerdal Qub but is handling only theonly improved the train service but also
f loutine business of the organization. Influenced the railway companies to
w ol flowers.
i ' - I TOnka- ftial ttxarat in ha rason.t! stwkOh TlltlTfl (iriraKtf fsiafionfL
. - 1 l suai uimi aa- aiu sinusal cecvattaiajt - ..-.
The planaMor Uw fall flower show (oM, . ri . x, ...: V -, . ... Jt mnTfA the
c!'J" T t! 51.nm,"a ,Cltn ""''(ion. of the policy and work of the Com- location of the Old Trails Cross-State
Sept. 23 at the Knights ol Columbus I mm:,i nah Verv few. however, de. h;,fc.. .hn..h 0,lnmbia. and organ-
HU are being perfected. The show will .t ,'i,. .!,.. . . . . ... ..' -.,;. :.i ...! JWiAn.
bctn.at I oclock in the afternoon and n,, fi, ,,:,;,.;. m,j. ,. .l,, ,, Tt.. I.: .!.:- .k.( the dob has ac
wl but nnul 10 o'clock tlial night j CommercUI Club has not accomplished complisbed. however, says Mr. Hudson,
Prat .Horace Major of the University and .njHing. ju, JrsaniMtion was incor- w, the raising of the Hamilton Brown
the .Columbia Floral .Company have ta-t.ri r.i,,. o- ion: .. .u- ' cj. r... r....i
L Ansrwa akf ilia amnaKuiil rA flnwiB '
7" ."". --"-"" " motion ol the material prosperity and
tmm .MA ..U..M I tmmmm. K..II 1. n.a.A. a! I . .. ....'
v w uvw. iuv -i" mr piM-ca i-lneral flfr t.t r.lnmU. '
On the whole, the Commercial Uub
fered for every kind of popular flower ' '". "".:", ,hl 7:nn7 7 " , aon not "T"'r fSB-
j. , ' , j, riJL,-) I 1utlon ' pi"ds of some busi. wor atIitude it meets is laht of indif.
. x L .x , ntM mrn wh"b" ,hi' P"'P h " ference. Many, however, think that the
AM. those who wrsb to enter potted earned out. club U . gwM thing and that it should
plants must have them at the Knights In answer to this criticism J. A. Hud. be supported. Their views.are eiprens-rf.-CoIumbu.
i auditorium between 2 and son, first president of the club, in his re- rd in the words of one man w'ho said:
f o clock. Those persons- entering cut I port read at a commercial club conven- Tho Commercial dub has done much
flowers must have them at the audito-tlion last year says: "When the Colura-.good work. A new secretary should be
naatea I burnt ty morning. Sept. 23, lie-! bia Commercial Club was organized annoimed , ih.t thi. rwl wn.l will I ;.!... :. .-,:,.!, n m: IZl
tween the hours of 8 JO and 9:30; i there was not a foot r ne.l him ;n k- .: i- .... . . " .i?a!
ha'total of 1100 in prizes is to be given ,
away in me lorm ot premiums, t're
Frederick H. Pankhurst
Plurality of 133,817 fori
60,000 WOMEN VC
Ct.:nn RhirnG sairt t VtjFi
n.iw.ai-. Ae.:n.c fri
Bv UautrJ PrcM.
AUCUSTA, Maine, Sept It
went Republican in the state
here-yesterday. It is the greatest
ity in the history of the state. ,'.
The Republican party swept the
in almost every instance. Almost
Democrats were successful. All;.'
congressmen selected" were Ri
Frederick II. Farkhurst, the Ri
can candidate for governor, had a
ity last night of 13X817 votes.
G. Mclnttrr. the Democratic
for governor, only polled 69,568 vote
In tlie last gubernatorial election
liken, the Republican candidate, b
plurality of SOflW votes. The state -'
'v i" ! "r?..-,,hlAK(T FKCMtKAM
l( llK 5. -.-.
T0.WEX flEMOCBATS MEET
every description. The proceeds ol
show will be spent for added beautifi.
cation of Columbia. 'County Convention of Christian
Tbe, following a complete list of the , Churches Will Be Held
Mowers' for which prizes will be given c Ol J nn
ud.lbe.amounts of the prizes: j -Sept. Zl and H.
mndsomest basket of named dahlias., K w. Tort of ,he Mi5soor. Bibv
r'.-' ... College, and pastor of the Olivet Chi.rrl.
Haadiomeit basket of unnamed dab
Ward Chilrmen Appoln'rd by Mrs.
IV. E. Ilarwbe Teslentay.
Tbe Democratic ClaS of .Women Voters
met in the court house at 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Harsbe.
committeewoman for Columbia township.
appointed the following ward chairmen:!
First ward. Mrs. L. B. Truitt, eastern
provisions of the ComMtsory j
Attendance Law. according to notices
sent out from the superintendent's .office.
are as follows: f ,
Every child between 7 and 14 years
old mu-t attend some day achool the ea
tire term each year. "
Every child between It and IS ;ear
j hours a day in some useful emplojm-trt.
Edgar D. Ltf, Xevr Prcslil nt
of Cbris'.iin College.
MissourL He U also a member of the
national educational honorary fraternity
Phi Delta Kappa and a Mason.
Jin llarg, has announced the following I-art ; Mrs. Kent Catron, central part.
., ...j... ., . r'.f"' ivi iirc annual ooonc Uluniy "wiiu ", 1.11a- u.i.tj iii.i:,
rtaodsomest pink dahlias, not less than . .;.... r r-i.-:..:. i. ... .... iir. .. n..l cl..l..
. .-. ..v...w.i vi vui9iin vnurcnrs, wmen i."." "". .-no. nvj uuvw.kv.1
..- Is to be held at that church on Sen- western half.
-naomes ,, .m. nol IrM than IrnuVr 2, lnJ Williams. NUoas.
Kaaciesr white dahlhu. not ,MI '-2 " iltr.ted lec.'" 'f: Mrs. Walter Ridgeway,
SanAJtOQ. I'"re cn nl"' DwciPl World Move-r,m n1'-
HKbemest yeUow dahlias no, leJ,,,,n," W' D- E5','- Ka City. F Ike outlying district, .rCoIumb..
than 3,1$Z0a Sep,. 22. 10 m, devotional led b, ' twr.r,.p I be follow.ng chairmen were
,.. .s """!" " -r . i .... . . ... i ii r r .. m . Biintiniru;
old. when not regularly employedfoi 5D'?,,5S, 'P" "'. - T';.:".,''- ""." " "t"1 Browns. Mrs. William Carter; Prath-
-uTZrrT V. . . . "" . .'m H pa i ' """leTsvilIe. Mrs. C L. Edwards; Prairie
iwtsomear collection ot astors raised -'?- "-'k-- pvesiorni noone ,,-, ,lrt vh -!,-. Murrav. Mrs.
lounty Sunday ichool Association: H 'rn...i n. ' r
. "?KT?tlfn l ",0" Any ""' ,;, C? .1 .Taf' .?,?,e, Tne chairman at Hsrg wUl be appoint.
i jiameBwasci oxi o uaisics, raises I ----- -w.mwm uj jiczYiit.vnua.
try-tat' eirabitor; 12.00. isimicMMiumraa; lzuo .,&. apponit-
Handsomest, collection ot pjnij, JiOO. t . m umimiiiees; iz:x p. m, bas
Handsoraesf' basket of zinnias, $2X0. tket dinner.
Handsomest basket of salvia. JiOO. l:45p. m, propara of the Christian
Chinese wool, flour. $1.00. Woman's Board of Missions: Devo-
Best coicombs $U. uional led by Mrs. Roy Murray; reading
Best baabsket of hardy sweet peas, of minutes by Mrs. J. If. Phillips, sec-
"" 'clary; report of treasurer? rennn r
county auxiliaries; address on "The Ben
Indications are that the C 0.'rVVl
mmmmmtM f La mtmtm fmm mmm mttimm L!.. ,&
o-ifn ,.w: .it ivi t.vi j vimc DUB WSWn
being voted upon, the l(epuMicana,waf
a great victory in the rural districts bat
their victory was even greater in
cities and towns.
Mat; thousand women aie said to I
voted yesterday for the first time. Ninety?
thousand women and 1 ."50,003 men "an "
said to have been registered.
The issue of the state was the
of Nations. Senator Lodge was one i
the chief speakers agauist the LeagueVi
I her heavy Itepublican plurality is
b'eved to be a rebuke against the Wfls
ian administration nd tbe League a
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must attend some day school the enltrel "- ioi msj -- - ;- r-v.. uK,
1 . 'CfsV. tL. L:t.:tM. tsrai lountr Sundav Srtwil Ajvi,i... n
term each vear. v;r; "-...i, i. . -, -. ..v. ,u,
term each year.
Tbe attendance officer or courts bv
ing jurisdiction may excuse chsldna
jfiom attending school for the rallKpf
1 reasons: it the- child is-rnenUBy-sor
physically unable. to attend; if. the. child
has completed the common school cours-
1 cs or its equivalent-
It is the duty of attendance officer
' to notify parents and guardians, and is a
fine of nol less than f 10 nor more ihan
. ----- , 4S1.W.
,, or imprisonment lor not less inane ijJj,!,,,,,, tj, 0f ,, ,lj0o.
two days or more loan ten oays, or'ooin
fine and imptisonment.
Among the powers of tbe attendance
oScers are those which give him the privi
lege to visit and enter any mine, oltice,
ir ttitw r.
. ROME.. Sent. 1
MemlierrrTl'erAaleeYan yWHwii wUJailu- aaviavaa.
Walter Warrer MnTC r.;TtaasV . V,wfcidi tbey ana laat f
!l n V.n tiara. Mrs. Jobn'Svkes -laborers of Italy cease aVk-1
on me economic conditions of tae'i
Handsomest specimen rose, $1.00 " efits of the Young Woman 'a Missionary
Handsomest red rose, not less than 3, , Orch: ," by Mrj. Stockton Fountain- song
nuj v . , .t, -J Mrfc D- C fo'n"; address on
Handjomest pink roses, not les3 than -StewrJhin - h. r.. i m c. .
3. '00. ' .Moss; terwrt ct Mmm...,. "'..,,.
rru uetia rvappa ana a mason. - - -. .-. . ... iioss, report ot committees' m
Mr. Lee's teaching earrerience includes '"tory. workshop, business bouse or Handsomest white rsses, not less than .ddres, by Mrs. D. A. Robnett.
four jcar, of rural school teaching. He T P1.".1"" cb,'d'en na'rI,d,e daI;U ) 2: p. m, poru from the c
. . r i . . .. .i.n.i-.tiJiiif firhonl hnurs. He mir alo arrest I i.j x. .ti a i .u. ' TV "i" i"n ine e
Normal Academy 190T.TO; superinten I ioul wanaht any truant and pbee him
dent of pubbc tcliooli. New Uondon, Mo.
190&.'12; superintendent of public schools
Sileston Jloi 191i'18. He has
in school or take bim to his home.
professor of political science and history
The student situation in Columbia is I for the pat two years at Christian Col !
Important enough to warrant the build lege and nee president for the yeas 1919- j Connecticut Legislators In-
Ifandsomett yellow rcaes, not less than , teDo4 0f coonrr n.,t-...j j .x
-it. rA i. . -----7 r"uiui uia xne
.Vr .( .. treasurer; business.
Handsomest verb&as, $L0a I 4 p. m, address on "The New P.
Handsomest celendulas. $1.00. , gram of the Churches." by W. D En-
Handsomest scabiose. $L00. dres, Kansas Qty.
Handsomest vase, of snapdragons,,
12.00. A JC0.TE5TI0. OFFICIAL THOSPv
and Miss Qaudia Hilton.
For the committee on speakers tbe
following were appointed: ""Mrs. X. D.
Ehff, Mrs. Frank Dealing and I Mrs.
For the publicity committee Miss
Laura Moss and Mj3s Loula Franklin
were named. ,
Mrs. C W. Greene is chairman of the
committee on the Democratic Club fot
University women and absent voters.
The committee will start their wotk
Plans were mad for the publishing of
forms of national, county and city bal
lots as a means of instruction. There
was also an open discussion on the Is
sues of the campaign.
TO END STRIKE?
...,.. - ttt-t; . .. 1
uaiian nauical Meads Urge,
Laborers to Cease ""i
Atfacfc. ".. "Ti
Following the stopping yestoraayj
"ins proceeding north vfta -tna
warships appeared at Genoa loaded
lancung troops. A dispatch from I
sajj that the striking elemeaaf '
toraed against the Socialists.
ot aa automobile factory ia Tarta i
reported to have taken 200,060 lira I
we sales of the company wi'ib i
pay we wages of the striking i
CIY1X "WAR TETEKA53
014 Soldiers Tell Aaeiotn
- ThT .BaaqaeW rTHgt K B, (
..irs. wary ward Tucker, 1 Wat
place, was elected nnanimnnthr i -.
oership in the Boone County Coafoi
aie veterans at the annual banquet I
lor we veterans 6y the United
Two Volumes Brought from Japan
Presented by Missourian Manager.
Alfonso Johnson, manager of the Col
umbia Evening Missourian, is tbe dopor
of two books to the University Library.
The books, which-he secured while with
tbe Japan'Advertiser in Tokio, aret
Tbe First Japanese Embassy" and "The
Recent Economrs Development of Japan,"
by tbe Bank .1 Japan.
The University at Manchester, England
has also given the-University Library
two't volumes on "Chapters in Medieval
Administration History," by Tout.
Other books that were received were
Lee is of Scotch Irbh ancestry.
He is a member of the Christian Church.
dorse Amendment in
Mrs. Lee is an alumna of tlie University
of Missouri and a member of Phi Beta
." I.I.I. 1.:.lli.r I..M vmllUmA tl VmAmmml
In the absence from town of Ires ," ,. . """ " --. ". -.
' Br UBitcil PrcM.
Conn, ' Sept. 11 The
in me sincnn iioui iwiui ui i(, tf - . , ... -.t it
ident I. A. Robnett or the board of trus- Suffrage Amendment today. The House
tees. Vice-President Frank G. Harris will passed the bill by a vote of 216 to 11.
present Mr. Lee as the new president ""e " P- ' unanimously,
at the opening convocation at the Col-! This action assures a sufficient nam
lege at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, ilier of states who have ratified the
' "" . . I amendment to make it become a part of
K. E. RAMSAT TO SPEAK HEBE ;,Iie ;,! Constitution, despitr" the
Pmntlnent Fdllor to be t.'nct nf ( -"J' '" Tennessee.
Adte rilslnrr Frarnllle. HOSPITAL SOW BCILDIXQ
ItoDen c nainsey, cunui ui jdhii i
Ir I . I 1.-.A :- el rjvl
naaosomest dbssciwi pcium, i.w. . . . . , ,. , ,- - -
tt.Mmi k..Wi Af.i.k. ft rvt I ""OS Laid for Tonnlv Snml s-i-.i n ... t I 1T yvr- . f" " ,he Confederacy in the,
ti.i r,. r, ' Xrrt af tv-l,...' i. J' "i " rtU55ia Lrfunmra ivcw at - the courthouse today. Mrs. Tnele.'.
iianosomcsi nasiariiums, i.w. --. .iim uitn, n.:.. A .:,. Pl, .!,.. fc.. i.ni i - . ..
c. a. Ann n,:j.. -r .l. n i xjiivv; ;iuani uio i "- " m acute service ana i
v County Sunday School Association. kO. I and Lithuanians. .?'"" ,Dd hmtU WCTe "'PrioJ ka !
. annoinlt il,.' .:.. f. .i I LOUIS.
Handsomest mariaolds. $1.00.
H.I..I... !,. fln.r 11 fin
.J. . .t..t. tonn i appointed the' committees for ih. rt...
Most artistUS basket of mixed garden CoDn,T Sunday School Convention to be
not listed, $2.00. j"1 ' 'ne Presbyterian Church. Octc-
Most artistic display of garden flowers 'l' ,no 7
not hrsted, $2JL ' . Th(! ripo.Mlci,J . "nimittee includes
Mc-t artistic table decorationst $X00. 1 u " ,lnd "mt3 Mcpherson and
Prettiest hanxinr. basket. $2.00. . e "Pstration committee includes Mrs.
ing and Selling, who will be tlie guest Mrn dorr? Expected to be Finished
of Alnha Delta Wgma and Garaia Alpha J Iiy ext SeDtemher.
iooks war were , jinn-- .i .rris lea mom Thure- Th tlnn r..w ir.:.! :. :- rlt, Bes
Fnrtv-six books of doctoral dissertation -"-- -- --- -..., .....-,.-. .,. """i - -
jony six doo Y , daT ,n;ng, will speak on "Utters That I process of construction. J !.
FTm. .v.rmJvM. About the Pres- t By." . TVhere Dr. W. P.. Smith of Ashland
7,Ce5ceCfo.n.-lthe Hout Mr. Ramsey was formerly prcidenf of drove the first stake i, now the south-'
ent Cost of Good Uothing. T ne "oue a,l.ii.ers Anriationi -.t ,-. f .1 u-:ij: -n..j
Th . himb lira I mth H'c ,.i. .-.-.. . - -- ------ ... .... ... ,,. new uuiiuiiik. :
Handsomest fern. $3JX).
Handsomest-collection of house plants,
not Jess than "6, 13JO0.
Handsomest begonias, $200.
Handsomest palm, $3.00.
Handsomest house plant not listed.
Best collection of garden flowers,
.Jonas Viles and Mrs. Frank Lonsdale.
' TI L.! . . . .
ure cuzinnsn oi me entertainment com
mittee is Mrs. J. J. Phillips.
Br I'uul Tru I sixteen old soldiers told anecdotes i
LONDON. Sept. I. An oTicul div the war. and their experiences In &,l
patch receiveil nere wis morning states ' 'ne oenetii ol tneir hostesses. I
that the Bolsheviki have launched a new j mT name on every tin plate in the i
attack aeainst the Poles and Lithuanians ! P." said W. T. Anderson, "and v
in the neighborhood of Brady. The dis-l' uw anyone with a plate of food'
patch states the Russian cavalry is ad. j 'rt!ud Claim the plate, because it bad
vancing on xjrmnerg. ,--"" " - ,
i aid a neap ol mnnin bora
The program 'for" the convention has' TROt-RAJI AT CATHOLIC HOME said it W. Bollard, "and f,rully
no, been completed. At preVnt Paul II. ,..,, Muint. iBltTialati y" ETitugTsaldJie "lived
VIelh state administration superinten- ..j..ui.iii.i.ui. i r V.00 ?"?" Am
denL Jlra. Lottie M.v II,. f Si. rL . V"T' "' rT "J1?" . I L U Hodge said be-Iived
Tl 11 aukHBAil i.f !.. aVtL.- r 1 - . . j
and Walter Miller and S. R. Bradcn of . ' T... "1. '.1 "A"7-.. '". !" ?? ' .'..,I
ui ic 'iu,tip.ij . mtc ixuignui oi tjO. since.
nun ---.- , ., . r.L.I .. . . . . . . r .
.1 :M, rMt of wool and clothing, and "d has heen advertising manager w., are level with the top ol the win-
-In.,,, it wilh the prices of five and Art Metal Uimpany.
ten years ago.
3t V. 1ITEST0CK AT SHOW
Columbia are the only speakers tha, have '.Tx" ,',7 TihTSu f r ' Hf "d " " Uun n-e
r.W. T"".: ' nC .'"'",lambm 5w" .. Jy afier- This banouet UbeU annuallr on
Prettiest basket of mixed flowera. tlJOO...... yrett. Mcfordin, ,0 , c ir R J00"', e ,1"" Prpiyam arranged by birthday of Sterbng Price. The tebfcil
Best roses of any color; not lei, wan eiVrTofX aviation . D.""rl ull,"n STi.! n. nd, l i red ami whiteTS;
mv.1 secreury ot me association. !,:,,,, by Miss Helen Rb-h.nl.' ri i j . .l 1 . ji.
' . ...... iMiUICUCIBaE CUH7IXS. aBU al laaULtCVIUaC taaaaTt
To Enter InternaUaBal Exhibit at
-The College of Agriculture made such (
. j r.nt with its exhibitions at the
D. D. S degree by Washington Univer-M j, , State- Fair, held at Sedalia In
Wednesday he will I dow M.h frames which hive heenlnteri.
srieak before the United Typothaetae "f ' ed on the eround Door. Ennnih work
Su I)uis and from Columbia he will con- has been done lo indicate the appears nee
linne his lecture tour to Kansas Gty, Des of tbe front entrance. The structure is T. W.
Moines and Omaha. ' 43 Iiy 128 feet and faces north.
Tbe persons in charge of the. show
and the officers of the Garden Club ask
this list be saved for reference.
A FORD MEETS A SAFETT
.n,.u .t . ii ' The ""'" specifies tjiat the new ' IH"ef f '""
lUPJUJES AT I. II. S.,unlr ho,piul to b s,, 1 Aetloa--So Si
WanK . . I her 1 1921 I The resignation of
onSMnipin'nt-tUss "" '. iu 1 bx spresident of tl
and Miss (Catherine Heibel,
The lecture bureau of the Kjiiahta of
Bhr Pout Is Moved Away, Bat For ' Columbus of St. Louis sent Judge a D.
Breaks Only Its Crank. Brewer of u Louis to address the stu-
PRESIDENT RES1GS Dot Ssppingron 'was driving west on! dents. He reviewed the brilliant overseas
,..'. .1 ... r- mmttt h..H .11 W P. AI III miWttmm .1 f
M .."... ....-. -. ... wi iiaring
i W.tnnt Ktreet vmlerrbiv at the rate
Jtiss HIIUi CanseV Her tn miles an hour when, blinded by tbe
sity. He Is a member ol the At rst rru
TO IMPROVE ASHLASD GRAVEL
. 1 W..I....I f'l...
xaon spent onavqiupiiirm via
EVelions Sckrdaled lor lcar. , wm ,,. t...i.
VZ thai ill Vill enter tbe International Columbia High t.ool nas i receiv. , r,ot . . Emfewn of the c,,,,
rSnoVld at ChJcago.ed .
Last year Missouri umvemiy n.c
C. E. Harrison Donates tW
. h. exhibits won. three .first prizes one being
" .K. M.hest award that can tbe given in
Used ob Road Wort. If! Jc.,.,, This was for the On-
C E. Harrison, of Ashland gravel, has -- r. .
TCa a "
donated $82.10 to be used in improving
the road east of Ashland, ine.t-ounty
Court has duplicated tbe sunt and work
on the road will begin irnmediately.,
Tbe road north of Midway gravel will
also be improved. $117 baa been received
from the people near thhrroad,and wilh
an equal sum which tbe County- Coart
has given, work wiU begin vrithin the next
Chairman Bert Sapp has called a
mtedm of tbe Democratie central com
mittee of Boone County at the. court
house at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
JAMES E. B0GOS IS APPOLSTEli
including jerseys, masks, balls and foot-' rrprCT,n,iye r ln. Communitv Teach-
ball trousers. rrs Association. Mr. Emberson will rep-ftadilJtkvf association.
Ihe team went oui ior pi w ,,! the teachers at the metingjof the
third time looay. inn m cSU.,....w.. s. ijrgjature in October. Mr. Em
will enable mote- boys-10 come oui oi
SaefsOT let, . nin. he anided his Ford into the con-
Miss Katberine Hal- ime safetv oosf at the street intersee-
1 bx spttaideut of the Y. W. C A. was i ii0Ix, But the post, in spile of its solid
accepted at a meeting of .the i. M. t- A. 1 round, (joa,. never stopped Lizzie. She
cabinek yessriday afternoon. Miss Hillix put (, now that solid mass of con.
ilfl witK naamm.lonr rheumatism and ..... ..J ..11 ti f.. 97 i Men
will he nuU. tn r.rrv on her work as u. .. !.. .ut .ilmnl ih.t the School of Journalism, toocbed on the
xiation. Her successor ttn -nbaA 500 pounds. .history oi ine r niiippine. unoer tbe Span-I
will be chosen by iho' cabinet and the -rv. --j. .: .he c .ostained, waslish regjme. tie tauoeo we American ad-
ehoice ratUied by the members of the x x ct,nt Ten minutes after the I ministration lor the progyessireness that
the war. and explained tbe purpose of the
organization. Joseph P. Waddock, a bra
student at St. Louis University, ulked on
his past war activities at Fort Worth,
Tex, where he was stationed in tbe wel
fare work of the knights. Paul R. Ver.
ansa, a Filipino vocational student ia the
The class elections for this year are
scheduled as follows: Senior, Tuesday; j
inninr. Wedncsdavt sophomore. Thurs-!
wm aw .'-Wemher' of DMUOtraJlc j,T. rrshman. Tuesday of next week. I
Speutn Barren. i
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berson will bring up.questions concern- associatron,'' As fgjTTSo) decision has-been occorrence, the safety was back in place,! Is has brought noon the natives.
ing Ihe cooperation of the teachers-ii ma3e. ', ihe crowd dispersed, and the repaired car The Rev. Father Paul OShea w,
'order to bring better results in thr ' - - .' . ,'' . rtl, tad disappeared into the west, the studts in the name of the n
Marriage' License Issnrd.
A marriace license was iuned ki the
courthouse today IA John J. ThoraCo-
umoia ana emma i webb, talilorma,
Mo., Frank Thorp gave consent to-the
marriage of bis son who is 20 yeaaf old. turn lo Columbia tomorrow.
?.! . .IjwS- inni.lil in Hie . - .. .1 r .
Library. He 'will dixir-s the Ladles' Aid Society r Xei Fetlay.
miiirou. -.---.. u.wV!n. Jiiin:,,i,,
of fhe.CTnimix.ee Bloom- Skelton collection of paintings width are I There will be a regular meeting of she
spnngBciu ! n(w on j,,;,,, at lne I,brir Irom to . Ladies- Aid Society at the Baptist Church
all of 15 o'clock and from 7 to 9 o clock. Mu-1 Annex, on Uroadway and Wangb Streets.
They are to rT"'fT, w-, alldmi faculty members and townspeople, Friday. Luncheon will be srmtl.-for
Srratfc1 "jiritcduicnd this lecture. 25 cent, ,
of the Knights of Columbus.. John Te
ban, district depoty, acted as chairman.
There was. an audience of seventy five
S-cretary E. T. Meredith. He will re- - v . rf We,,hrr Bureau of rtlZ , M'!H
. - f-n x:. . . . . . . .!.!. :ti e.. There will be a meeting for all fnn
p 1 rc r.nJ I. Jetfersen CRT. Ma "PPcarw '
F."Af'l,r.n. Missouri agricultural lTi'v. vr..tke Raraaa Oaartcrs.
sutistielan. was called to Jefferson Qty w lh ,x. nriac of the School of
ihi. nunhff tn confer with the State t i.aM :-. .. u vir II.1L several
.. .. jniuu.u. -.., -- - -7 -
Board of Agriculture and lo consul, .im CBtBf(1 w1jj me pUce in wllzIer nan.
the Department of Agriculture will oe-(
aer was seiveu.
The veterans present were: , CoL
ftodae, 5olonn Spears. J. W. Mo
W, T, Anderson. Geo, E. Hoftea. M
Ballard. W. A. Bright. Perry Oaha, i
BusbelL S..C. H. Striekler. Vatrad .
net, R. S.tJacobs. & Gnnaaig.' D.
Crigsby. F. W. Sovti. and Jaaga W,
Wilson. . ! rl
..MUa LHy B. 8nw ta'SfMav
Miss Lay D. Greeavv sister of Dr. Cj
.W. Creese of tie UrJversfrv. vriH speak. .
at tbe regnlar meeting of tbe Y. W...;'J
A. at 4 o clock Thursday altcfBooa I
Unlversitory Audttonum. Miss
is head ol . sari's school ia
will speak of tbe work she has bean i
ing there. Miss Camilie Jacobs wii al
a violin selp. ,r
T. M. C. A. Dimeter Meet Ti
Tbe Board of Directors of tbe
C A. heU their regular xaoatafvl aseeV
fag at tbe Y. M a A. botldw. at foot;
a1.! 1. at.?. tt ii m
otwa una twiiivvx.
- - - . ..- f is firsf rWr of Swi tiler Hall nd
8HM?.Cht,?,n. ' . .tenet th . Hedwdtd Engmeering Department
The Cfenaon Qnb vriU P -., Ot g rfSlM(rhf .UI occupy
roas, for, 'Vflda',iiV eet Vm tw occupied by Uh i weaAer
.! 1--1.. .it m ihr lile: I 'Rt-
marines at 7 o'clock Wedaesday evening j
in ine ixmuncinsi xjuo room. Tai
meeting will be held by the "irtaai'
Qnb, an organization of all former tna
rines in the UnrvrfHty and tkwe living
Hfwlur naaa at MM CeHeatV
. A seminar class in social pioHwi f,
tbe ehnrch began Monday altat at (if
Miasoari BvUe Coaege. Dr. A. w. laf.
lor is leachiac this roarsa, whfck eivea
credit ia tbe bible coaVae osdy; ji
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