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TOT! mniMBIA' EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDASEPmiBER l"4, 1920
They wdl 'C,T1: Philadelphia thin month
on the U. & & St Louis, for Turkish
HABISE EXLISTJIE5TS POSSIBLE
AJtUSIAXS JOIX JCAKITCS
ateXaJM (o Hut ftr Relatives In
WASHINGTON. Sept 14-Ponderous Btg,d Second Division Opca To
government machinery ga nay to senti- Ex-Service 9(0.
meat today when Major General John A.
Lejune, commandant of the marine corps v" '. "!X,. ,..
uttorixed.the re-enlistment of Peter' WASHINGTON. SepL-.H.-By an or
M.r;. .j p..!. si,..,,,, t... der of Major General John A. Leiune.
Armenian, who .erred in the A. E. F. tcouimandant of the marine corps, all units
Sixth Machine Gun BattaTlion are now
to be recreated.
The Fifth and Sixth Infantry regiments
were cited three times by the French
high command, and the Sixth machine
gunners twice, and all units wear the cot
eted fourragere. In addition to rehiring
the Fourth Brigade theoTenth Artillery
Regiment is also to be reorganiied at
Oillne TrsiTwr Wanted. We have di
rect call from presidents of seeral col-
Tier wanted to join the marines at Con- of the former marine brigade of the Sec-( uniTJJ,jlir3 inslructors of
ataatinople, that they might locate lo?t ond Piiraon nae been thrown open to
relatives in the Near East. enli'tment by men who have had prior
service in the arm), nay or marines.
-Both of these young men speak Ar- y p;(,h Marines were reorganised a
nenian. Greek, Arabic Bulgarian, French fcw mnnths ago and the ranks filled so
and English, and under-tand Russian, speedily that the Sixth Regiment and the
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drawing, physics, expression and modern
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Friday and Saturday Evenings,
Broadway Is lheyMost
30 VEHICLES A MINUTE
Students Obey Signals, But
Are Frequently Arrested
Eighteen the first minute. Twenty-one
the second minute. Thirty the third
That is the rate at ahich vehicles
including twentr-seteu automobiles, two
motorcycles and one buggy in one min-
j ute. passed the intersection of Broadway
and Ninth streets at 7:55 o clock Satnr
daf night. They were counted by Lem
uel Hopper of the police department and
a reporter for the Columbia Ltening
Friday and Saturday are the busiest
traffic daya in Columbia. Not much
trouble is experienced by the lice be
cause of the new ordinance which re
quires that vehicles, -when parked on any
street except Broadway, shall hare thelr
right rear wheels against the curb and
faring with the flow of traffic at an an
gle of forty.five degrees. Vehicles park
ed on Broadway between Fourth and
Waugh streets stand in the middle of the
treet-inside of white lines.
On Fridays and Saturdays, between S
and 6 o'clock in the afternoon, and 7:30
and 9.30 o'clock at night, tweaty vehi
cles pass the intersection at Broadway
and Eighth street and the intersection
lat Broadway and Ninth street every
minute according to estimates made by
John L. Wlntesides, chief of police. This
means that 1.200 vehicles, most pf them
automobiles and most of the automobiles
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lions ot, Broadxay, 1he traffic artery of
Columbia, in one hour on Friday or
Saturdav afternoons, and that 2,400 pass
over the same intersections during the
two hours on each side of the supper
Traffic policemen are not provided for
by the ordinances of Cnlumbia but dur
ing the busy liours two-policemen rcgu
late traffic on Broadway, one on doty at
tlie Eighth street intersection and one at
the Ninth street intersection.
"We alwas find it necessary to, -use
two men of the force for traffic regnla
ion on Fridays and Saturdays but it
isn't necessary on other days unless
there is something special doing in
town," said the chief of police
Section S of the general provisions ol
the traffic laws of Columbia is the asost
violated of all the ordinances, accordmg
t policemen. It reads: "Section, 5.
Slow moving vehicles to keep to right
He person in control of any vehicle
rooting slowly along and upon any street
or tujnway in ine ciry oi uwuuvu,
shal keep such vehicle as closely as
practicable to the right hand curls or
boundary of such street or highwayd
lowing more swiftly moving vehicles free
paage to the left." In commenting on
ibis ordinance policemen say that wag
ons drawn by slow-walking two-horse
teams almost invaiiably keep to the cen
rr of the stieet and slow up traffic
Students driving automobiles know
the traffic regulations and are quick to
sbev a traffic signal
"The main trouble with students,' say
the police, is that they like to speed.
Tbey do speed and a fine or two Is re
quired in order to get them to obey the
speed laws." The police have made'' one
or two arrests daily for speeding the
past week and the speeders hae been
students in nearly every case.
It is unlawful to drive a vehicle at a
faster speed than a walk over Stewart
Bridge. Ten miles an hour in the busi
ness section of Columbia and twenty
mitr an hour in tbe residence nections
of the city is the speed limit tor automo
had bo political aliaiScuiee. dux x
be had just come borne to look after u
fences and .other matters around bis
farm. Newspaper jokeBiit!t all over tbe
country grabbed his remark and since
then, "looking after his fences" has
meant that a candidate is circulating
among the boya, shaking hands, making
promises, and otherwise keeping tus ma
chine in smooth runmng order.
m: M.die Lee Walker, the new
head of the Latin department and a
sistant to the dean at Qiristian College,
turned to the college today aiier a
two-year leave of absence.
MU. Wslker holds the degree of B.S.
from the University of Kentucky and has
had thirteen years' experience in teach
ing in women's colleges. She has spent
ibe last two years doing graduate work
at Columbia University, New York City.
PRICES ABE C.0I5G B0WX
Reserve Bank of This Blstrlct lv
AathsrMy far StatcaMat.
Tbe keen student, who forecast lower
prices on most commodities, and who re
fused to purchase at the high prices pre
vailing for so long a lime, has the satis
faction now of having his opinion cor
roborated by the highest authority the
Federal Reserve Bank for (he Eight Uist
rirt at St. Louis.
In the latest monthly statement the hank
un the course of values on a broad
classification of commodities is down
Included in this, tbe bank statement
says, are several important staples which
for a long period had remained unshaken
at abnormally high levels.
The wise man who put his money in
United States securities during the high
priced era. and refused to pay the out
rageously high prices far articles he could
do without, is now in a position to get
more nearly his money's worth, the Re
serve Bank says.
Fraternity Atteada antra la Badr.
Tbe .members ol tne i"l Kappa Aipu
fraternity attended the Baptist Church in
a body Sunday. Tbe Rev. T. W.. Young
extended tbem a beany welcome and said
that any time any of the fraternities or
sororities cared to do such a thing again
and would notify him before hand he
would be glad to have a place reserved
so that tbey could sit in a body.
Columbia Chapter, Order Of DeMolay,
will give a smoker Wednesday evening
Sept. IS. at 7:30 o'clock for members
at tbe DeMolay bouse, 605 Milt Street.
Acacias are cordially invited.
Kear Vance, Scribe. Benton .Lee, M. C
Real Estate Trantfa
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Burks. Jesse Jack Burks IK
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as a noun after a while, and spoke f
tbe grant boom."
-The word -heeler" may be traced
hack to an old low German word mean
ing "heel treader," or a lackey who fol
lows at the heels of bis master. Bryce
jay. "what the client was to bis patron
in Rome, what the vassal was to his
lord in the Middle Ages, that jjie heel--rs
are to their boss in the great Trans
Atlantic stats. They render a personal
feudal service, which their suzerain re
pays with the gift of a livelihood."
"Once while John Sherman was a sen
ator he went back to his old home at
Mansfield. O, to look after his farm
near that city, be bavin; learned that
things were getting a bit run down the
fences broken in places and the build
ings out of repair. The citizens of Mans
field, with whom the senator was very
popular at once got up a big demonstra
tion for him and demanded a speech,
supposing as a matter of course that he
was making quiet preparations lor tne
next campaign In his speech he en
deavored to convince them that his visit
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Wuh a national campaign now on and
t the whole country: women and all, think
ing and talking politics, the louowing
article from the New York Times on
the origin of political words is timely:
"There are various peeuliarily politi.
eal words and phrases that have sprang
up in the courss of American history and
have in many cases even found their
way into the dictionaries. Tbera is the
"gerrymander," for example, the; name
for the practice which the Germans re
fer to as "elcctorial geometry.'' Our
picturesque world is a combination of
Gerry and salamander. In 1811, during
the incumbency ol Elbridge Gerry as
governor ol Msssaenusetts, tne ueaso
crats restricted the state so as ss secure
the following senatorial election to tneir
party, and the fancied resemblance of
tbe map of one of tbe districts to a sala
mander, gave rise to tbe name. Gerry's
name wss used because it was supposed
he was back of the practice, but ia after
I years it was learned that ne naa op
"The word 'boom," ss applied to pol
itics, was first used tr) LOitor J. n.
McCullagh in the St. Louise Globe Dem
ocrat, July 18, 1878, when be wrote,
"the Republicans of every other, state
are of the same way of thinking. Tbe
fact is. tbe Grant movement is booming.
In explaining the expression afterward
to the editors of the Century Dictionary,
Mr. McCullagh said in part, "I used to
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rising rapidly and over flowing its banks
that it waa booming, Tbe idea I.wished
to convey was that the Grant movement
was ri'ing. swelling, ,etc The ward Teas
generally adopted. I used it
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