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COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920
NUMBER I "31
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EVENING MISSOURIAN I
PLANS FOR BOY
Scout Council Gives Loomis
Unanimous Vote of
Thanks for His -Efforts.
Will Be of Logs With Brick
Fireplace and Council Room
Second Floor a Dor
mitory. Plant drawn by C W. Loomis for the
Bar Seoul cabin to be built southeast of
Columbia were accepted by the Scout
Council last night and a unanimous vote
of thanks given Mr. Loomis for his ef
forts ia the matter.
The cabin will be forty feet Jong and
eighteen feet wide and of unhewn logs
and rough siding. The large fireplace
chimney and other trimming. Wjll be of
brick. On the first floor there will be a
council room thirty feet long. Ou.one
side of this room there will be .'window
teat and on the other a large fireplace.
The rest of the first' floor will be 'taken up
by a kitchen. The entire second Boor
will be a dormitory.
"The whole thing, both work and ma
terial will be contributed" said R. O.
Johnson, acting scout commissioner, to'
day. "There are many scout huts in
America but we are positive that no
town of this siae will have more at
tractive one than Colombia." All the
carpentry and mason work has been con
tributed and it is possible that when
all the material is on the ground we will
have an old fashioned houseraiaing."
C B. Miller has promised 'to give the
land for the cabin on his farm 2 3-4 miles
southeast of Columbia. Marshal Cor
don will give logs for the hut; W. F
Edwards will give the brick needed; C
W. Loomis will give the door; W. J.
Palmer will give either the paint or fur
nish the labor for painting the house.
Many other people have promised to
help either by giving money or materials.
Frank Rollins. M. F. Thurston and O.
R. Johnson were appointed ,by Or. L, M.
DeFoe, president of the council, as a
Committee to arrange with Mr. Miller
for the lease of Use ground. This lease
will be a mere technicality to make the
gift of the grounds legal. .Mr. Loomis
and E. Sidney Stephens wilt have, charge
of the publicity of the project.
Dr. C W. Creen was elected scout
master for troop two at the scout meeting
last night. Masters for every troop in
town have been chosen. Eighteen new
council members were elected. They are:
F. W. Leonard, A. Y. Sate, R. H. Hill.
Weldon Cotton. J. E. Wrench. C a
Rollins Jr, D. S. Conley, D. R. Braden
J. D. Randolph, the Rev. Walter Haus
halter, 1. A. Barth, W. L Oliver, Claude
Thomas, John F. Tehan, L L. Davis. III.
F. Miller. E. A. Trobridge and F. F.
DEMOCRATIC WOMEN TO MEET
Hold Shim Eiee'Jon Koaday
Democratic women will meet at the
courthouse Monday and go in a body to
the Broadway Methodist Churchwhere
at 3 o'clock a sham election will be held
with sample ballots including national,
state and county officials
Local women will act aa judges and
clerks and will meet this afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Commercial Club rooms
to Irani what their duties will be. There
will be six judges, four clerk and two
challengers, an equal number 'of whom
will be chosen from each party. Mrs
John N. Taykrtj Mrs Rosa Ingels and
Mrs. Ells Sou'rlinc are the iudges chosen
from the Democratic adherents and Mrs
H. F. Hungate and Miss SaUie Bedlord
will h their clerks
Mrs. Albert Reese, Mrs L. B. Stuekev
and Mrs Joephine Gurley wilt' act as
invM tnr the Reoublicans The clerks
hj.e not been chosen. They will be
under the direction of Mrs W. If. Brjsel
This election, to winch all women In
town, including University students, are
imltl will be conducted in an im
proviso! booth in one of the large rooms
jusl back of the main auditorium. Mrs
Neva Thomas state treasurer of the W.
C T. U, will supervise the meellng.
The Democratic Q dlias planned to
conduct sham eleclicns over the entire
town in order to get all women accus
tomed to voting.
Toarhtta From IlllnoU Here.
Mrs O. C Wenti and daughter. Miss
m.A. of Decatur. 1IL. accompanied
by Mrs Emma Doane of SpringfielA
in M.tl.r.t nriiion'i.f Sorinxfield. UL,
and Norman Harris of Mt. Zion, III
passed through Columbia yesterday on
their way to Denver in their car. They
were detained here on account of a
broken spring on the car.
NiederBieyer Secoad Lleatcaaat.
'r i..t, w KLnum. Ir of l hit
city has iust been given a commission as -
"I-.. ,L. , I-.- l., srmy. He.
. .l. mi., ct.:.. cJm an.1
was in tne jimbi riying mjusuivh ..
served overseas lor anout a year.
r-aristlan Eadearor to EaUrtaln.
rhrwrn-riveVsocUItTrdXtatrxhe of Dean Walter Williams'
7.Wefcek for udent. ol JhJ Unl- hecture at 9:45 o'clock next Sunday mom-
! tLi niermediite class will en- ing to Ihe members of his Bible class
The Christian Endeavor of the Christ-
versify. The iniermeuiaia cuss wm -
tertain at the church at the same lime.
For Columbia and Vicinity: Fair to
night and Saturday; somewhat warmer
For Missouri: Fair tonight and Sat
urday; warmer tonight north and central
Under the influence of a high pressure
brave a fine type of autamn weather pre
vails over all of the United States east
of the Rocky Mountains save tlie South
Atlantic and East Gulf states. An at
mospheric disturbance apparently is in
the South Seas to the south of .Florida.
Moderate temperatures are the rule,
except in the British Northwest where
there is a touch of winter. '
Roads are drying out fat but are
rough. On the Old Trails between
Mineola and Warrenton there are some
bad places., Cet advice at New Florence
a to the liest detour.
weather will prevail over Sun-.
Local Data: The highest temperature 350 boarding students and tsu my Ma
in Columbia jeslerday was 80 degrees; I dents enrolled, a record attendame for
and the lowest Ust night was 52 degrees ,he college, all facilities are exhau-ted
Precipitation 0.00. A year ago yesterday lnj ni3ny have been turned away.
the hichest temperature was fU degrees The firuliv In maDPcd out a o.m-
Land the lowest was 61 degrees. Prccipita-
FN ATE R AP.F
McKinley Has 4,000 Lead
Small Ahead for Gover
nor by 14,000.
By Uiut4 Ptm.
OIICACO. Sept 17. William B. Me-
Kinley, the Repulican candidate for the
United States senate, is reported to nave
a lead of 4,000 votes over his opponent.
rr.ru. s. m.in. r..c . ' , i"
are still unheard from. Smith is noil.
t. , A c -.1. r: 1 I I - .:...
making the gains which he 'was ex
pected to. ,
Len Small for governor is reported to
have a big lead over John C. Oglesby.
Six hundred precincts are still out and
Small's lead now is estimated at about
14.000 votes. It is estimated that in
the final returns from Cook County Mc
Kinler will have a plurality of about
JD00 votes and Small will have a plu
rality of about 8.000 Votes.
BEGIN OX W0JIEVS BrJXDIXG
w Slractir ea East Canpaa to
. - BLt-WJx .-
kTh,xcavatiojx for the new Home Ec
onomics .Building of the University to be
erected on the East Campus has been
The building will follow specifications
for only about half of the originally
planned structure, as the appropriation
of 175,000 made by the 1919 Legislature
is not enough to cover advanced building
costs This appropriation was held up
temporarily by Coventor Frederick D.
Gardener, because of the condition of
the state treasury, and was only released
lest spring, when the money was actual
ly on hand.
This structure will be the only building
at the University devoted entirely to the
interests of women. Also it will be the
only building which has been erected
br the state during Governor Gardners
The architecture of the building willi
follow the general plan of the other
buildings on the East Campus White
uucawuc .. - ml., ... r.... ........ , roaa Ior tiMi,n rluckens from A. U.
for additions wlienever funds are avail-1 Colonins When Fred Brown, the con
able will be made. Two stories are pio-, aM came upon Euwar(, , wa, tIW
vided for. . I a horse and carrying two sacks of chick.
The Simon Construction Lompany lias
chaae of the building. James K. Jamie-
son, universiiy arcnnccr, wno nas pian-
ned several Duiiuings on me campus
drew the plans
On the first floor of the new structure
there will be three clothing laboratories,
storeroom and general offices The sec
ond floor will'contain three food labora
tories one recitation room and sevrral
tones one reciiauon room nnu ronii
nanines in Iiic uascuicui uicni n wt,
a food chemistry laboratory, textile um
and research labratory.
ineoid equipmeni, now oemg usru
the home economies department, will be
placed in the new building. Plenty of
room for the best modern home convent
ences is provided in tlie various labora-
lories and new equipment will be pur-ty,as present at the meeting. The build meet wilh the cla-s next Monday after
chased from time to time, 'ing f ihe church wis discussed, but as' noon. 'i
The home economics department, sinct lyet no architect has been selected. ,
being founded in the University of Mis- TROOPS TO PATROL COAL-FIELD
eouri in 1905, has never had a buildmr Fepzllls dab Electa Officers. I
to call its own. At 'firt classes' wert The "Pepziiis" a senior club of the' Jlt'if-Gen. Stelier Established Blm.
held in the Geology Building, then the
laboratories were moved to the Cordon
Hotel Building where they were held
until last year. For some time recita-
lions have been held in different Luild-
.ings on tne East vjif"-
1 si:.. Ijiiiiw Sranlev. bead of the de.
I ,...a mrw ,.
referring to the new
"T be time saved by having the work of
t jMcrtmMi concentrated in one.
building ia inesumable. Great things
should be accomplished in ihis building -
the first one for women erected at the
University. JrVhile only about a half
more studenU than are now in the de-
nartment can be accommodated in the
new laboratories still it is a beginning
in the right direction, and may lead to
trmter thincs from the women of Mis.!
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Ol "The vVtedeai OtMeryalton."
The Wisdom of Observation will be
The class meets in the Broadway Odeoru!
350 Boarding Students and 150
Day Students Are En
rolled Many Turned
RENT NEARBY COTTAGES
Dormitories and Classrooms
Redecorated Library Is
Established in Prewitt
Stephens College, with an enrollment
of more than five hundred, will
! its sixty-third year next Tueidav
ni,,e Broaim. Registration will begin
jat 8 o'clock neat Tuesday morning.
m. i r i r i ...:ii . ft.
ami lit rarsons, Kan. special cam win
I ; ... I.rti ., G I r.n!d ami as n
g v"- Be
., p.,!!-,,- ;il brine students from
' Pon.ni Wn nk.r til KalV.
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All space in the main dormitory and
in Wood Hall has been taken for several
vvecke. Columbia Hall, the new dormi
tory under consiruciion, which
..L.i ., r (,. i.tw.r,liiv f Co.
lumbia business men, will be completed
within a few weeks after school begins
In the meantime, the students will be
lodged with friends of the college near
the campus The Prewitt mansion, cor-
of Broadway and Price avenue. ...
. . . ' ., . . ..,.
bought by the college recently and will
be used as the college library
v1."!',- tJAhip them by freight. ,-
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and the two dining halls have been re I u . arfU ,;,-, ,. jiiendascewd thf
decoiaied; a new chemitry U!ra:..o aitM, 8U0v,n. He said he was especial,
has been installed in the Auditorium". j);asej ;,h the Urge dumber at;
Uuildmg, and three new class rooms
nave ueen arranseu on Hie tower iiooi
of Wood HalL s
Eight sears ago the total number of
boarding students numbered 52 as com
pared to 350 this year, and the total in
come of the College in 1912 was $2-i,000
as compared to $225,000 this. year.
have been made.. The heads of the de
parlments are as follows: Dean of the
faculty and of sociology, J. J. Oppen
heimer; English. Louise Dudley; spoken
English, Naana L. Forbes; mathematics
Iheodosia 1. Callaway; trench, Marie
lastevin; Apamsli. rJizabelh MocUon;
uun, t'rari ueaucnamp; nome eamom
irs Cladjs Scarfenstein; chemistry. Mol
lie White; botany. Verna Marie Brad
ford; phvsical education. Mrs R. I.
Simpson; business Mis George F. Nar--den;
art, Madeline R. Flint; director of
conservatory, Walter Scott; piano. Ruth
Coldstein, and voice,, Frances D. Wood
CHICKENS CAUSE HIS ARREST
Sum Edvrards a tro. Will Appear
Before Circuit Conr.
. Wednesday night near the Fulton gravel j
ens. xi,e nefru ciailnpj to )ul,e fo'
.i, ri,:ri,n. r . .:.i.i,'. n
nnaUe , con,;nce ,t constable of ihi
anj WM ,roll.ht , lown.
Edwards pleaded guilty to the charge.
and failing to give bond for his appear-
ance lielore the circuit court, was put in
DISCrSSES EW CH'RClt PLA
Arrbttrft Wa v0 Klectfd ai Ban -
j. list Meettof.
j nans were mane lor a drawing ul a
new liaptist church last meht
meeting held for that purpos;. Dr.
Harvey Beauchamp, of Dallas, Tex., wlw
anived in Columbia vesterdav afternoon
Columbia High School held its first
meeting Wednesday afternoon. The fol
j lowing officers were elected for the com-
ing jear: President, Frances Carter; vice-
president. Virginia Reed, and secretary,
Margaret noggs ine ciud win Degin us
wrirt .. v.iii.,:nv tn...in. f..r it,.,
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t Calnmbla High Hat dual Club,
A rtu.r.1 nut. I... tu rAnn.i .1...
Columbia High SchooL The dub at pres-
, cm !., a membership of fifty. Thirty
,re ,,j., anj tetlry lrf boTi. Tlie girls
f ,,,. ti0b mert cn Wednes.lay for
praclke and tlie bojs meet every Tours -
j... The club Diana m sive several ooer.
, during.the winter.
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High School CI. Elertloa Monday.,
Tlie Sf.ohomore. un or and senior clas-
Tlie sophomore, junior and senior clas-
ses ol Hie University high scnooi nominal-
ed candidates lor Ihe various olllces jes-
terday. Election will take place at 9, 10
and 11 o'clock, respectively for the ihree
(classes, Monday moraine. Competition
U particularly keen In the junior class
Geonce Alamodes It.
They are telling this story on ,j'
negro waiter in the main dining
room of the Daniel Boone Tavern, i"
A guest had almost completed his
.llnn.r iliere the other evening wheniV
the negro enquired whether he wouldM(
haie apple pie or ice cream for ks-!,H
sen. . f
-Can't I luve bolht asked ihejj
FUest. i. -
"Yesuir. replied the negro, "Ah
tl.ipks jou all kin. Ahjll jes ala- r
mode it and bring it in."
l'lUUr SCHOOLS ALMOST FOX
Flnt Mothrri' -Meetlna; Ik PUnBrf
.MN Wobb T Speak.
, An unusually good attendance is re.
ported from the public schools of Colura-
Lia. The Robert E. Lee School reports
a record attendance since the opening at'
I it, trrm The school is io need.of anoll. k
) nMr (oluK, i(,e firit mothers' meeUmjl''
teacher and expects to gel one in tttf.J
of the year will be held Thursday, Sepj
terober 23. Miss eia V. Dobbs instruclv
or in industrial arts at the L'niversili
l,a. been invited to speak. Plans for the
ectiviiies of the ear will be discussed. '
' ti. l.rf-H-o.n (.hi..1 aliMt reuorts Jlf
'full aitendanre. wilh 287 enrulteiL Tbi
;, t,c .rratet number of students ever'
si i a. .i .
emoiieu in we wiwug.
The ttentim Scliool pupil were wcsfDAH'
..,.1 m-auirnl testerdav br Miss Doro-
I., ltmrffle. Red Cross public health
ti.. A,l..r u-liools alho renort a good
attendance and a generally active and
progressive schofcl year.
PASTOR lTO NEW HOME HBBK
i - .,. w-. Harts.
IThe Her. J. A. Med!? Moveti uoase.
hold floods Tat Week.
The Rev. J. A. Medley, the new mirj-
ster of the Wilkes Boulevard Metnoois
ru. v. I... Ien movine his household
goods inio his home at 704 Wilkes boule,
i .-.!. , I He had intended tit-
move br truck but on account of the bail
"condition of the roads was forced
Jn 8paVing of Us, Sundays
!.!.. I. I Afxllor uid that, he WtM
(.nJlIlg lllf Eporth League.,
Party Leaders to Be Sev
cured for Speeches in
Tlie Students KcpuMican Club of the
llnitersitv held an informal mee.ing
I -aa n;gi,t at tlie
lplia Tau uroegs,:
j fratKniiy liouse.
Tlie nurnoae of lite meetiruit.was t
divide the lown into I'islricls to faciUV
late a canvass of the students One
man was a-iened to ah district with
authority U impress additional helpers
Tlie canvass will start Mondav. It
I the desire of the committee to cover the
s'udent Section of the town as quick!)
The club is in now in touch with the
Republican stale committee and arrange
ments are being made for speeches bj
the leading parlr representatives of the
C U- Moorf. president of rJie club,
appointed the following men as an ad
visory board: R. R. Conrad, lulryM
Clinton. Roland Ziegel. S A. Barker.
Clifford Uix. Max Kestrrson and Louis
D. Potter. The adviwnr board roet at4
o'clock ibis afternoon in the, Y. M. I
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ij,r, Vr,ndenherBer to Take ChArRI'
0( j,f ds,
Tlie women s class in parliamentarv
proceedure will lioht us hrt meeting in
,i, - immerrial i.iuh rooms at. 4 ncloca
'next Tuesday afternoon. Other classes
have been organfzrd throughout r the.
Mrs W. K. Freudenberger lias beerij
, ske.l t tale cliarge of-ihetlass as ehrtCOLLECE (URLS STILL COMING
has had previous experience irTlegisla
, tive work. All women are invited lo
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. Sept 17.
Brigadier General St finer left here tJ
day wilh six companies of federal troops,
for Uirmingliam Io establish headduar-
tiers mere ana io patrol the coal fields') ... . . Ti .
wltil. In !. t.n. r-,u .v.1.:-. I taJMcra AlBrBd!
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jCoal miners Six more companies are
saiu to be, in readiness here to be tush-
'ed 'he scene if there is a call for,
E. A. LOGAN COUNCIL PSEHIBENT
ao,B'" lla Promlaea Sappert ta
4 l"T Library.
.- A.-4Logan was elected. president of
the Community Council at (he .meeting
of the council last night Other oficert
elected as follows: Vice-president,
Mi, ED. V. Dobbs; ireasurerrMrs S.
II l.,..l,l;- ., rv. i r, i.j.
. Langhlin; secretary. Dr. J. E.'-Jordon
executive committee. J. E. Wrench, J.TE,
AlcPherson, Mrs J. E. Thornton and
Mrs W. E. Harshe.
The presidenl, of ,he
promised the support of
tlie mothers clubs
jlion to. the city library,
HE. RAMSEY; .
Former Editor Speaks on
'red Advertising to,
i Journalists. .. I
"Direct vadvertisnie is not a nanacea
tor diScultles in merchandising." said
ft E. Ramsey, formr edilorf'Advertis -
Ing and Selling, before the journalism
students at Switx!cr,Hall yesterday after-
Cresee and Rome had already an
idea of 'direct advertising as we now
practk it In our modern. selling of mer-1
chandsse.' In the olden da,s producers
.v.- .j..r. .l. ...,. .! it,,
seller themselves They would go to
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tw .MV.. - y. wv - .--
l-fr. K MOIt. Sneskins- in eeneral
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terms Tiu's is what we ,
adv4rlisiw. Personality guides the
building, of a business
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Mr, Ramsey held the attention ol his
audience with graphic illustrations
Graphs of production and consumption
illustrating' media were displayed. Mr.
advertising media were displayed. Mr.
Ramsey emphasized the fact that per
sonality and individuality are the lead
ing 'factors in publicity and that one
f the secrets of advertising is contin-aily..-Many
firms have failed in efforts
to' place. their articles on the market due)
to the'fact that their advertising man -
ager 'did not realize the value of direct this year it was 71. A number of students
advertising, he said. . have -registered lale this year and the to-
-Direct' advertising doe. not n.-ce-' '' enrollment at the present time is 417.
sarily mean mail JJ?1
though the Utter Minetimesj
done dsrough direct advertising. Il is
synonymies, to personalized selling and
advertising. Among the three effective
sources of advertising are; The maga-
une.wim earned -proceeds last, yearroi
ilSOjQOO.000. direct advertising
t300.000j)80 and the newspapers with
f$600.060.000. The total expenditure on'
advertislngjast year was J1301.tl00.000.
The advantages of direct advertising
are: I( is the shortest cut between pro-
Jucer and "consumer, timeliness, elas-
icity, selectivity, economy, personality,
versatility, lnuiviauatiiy, aoapiamuiyanu
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Mr. Ramsey delivered the same lec -
lure to the advertising students of Co -
lumbia University, New' York. He i"
now on hii way to the University of
Chicago -where he will give a similar lec
EaroUafcat iVllI B Larger Than
That ef Last Year. ,
,Enrollmeisl of the girls at Cliristian
College was still in progress today.
There, are. no figures, on.tbe total enroll
ment available yet, but" it is thought the
enrollment .Will be considerably larger"
than fast year- The total attendance
JTflast yeaV waa 380. About 100 girls ar.
rfrnt -nn ih 7:15fiWabasrt train last
night.; Meal of. them were from Kansas
pklaaema and Texas, "
a item eeua
E. It Childers manager of the Her-
ald-Suteaaiaa Publishing Company, left
"yesterday for St .Louis to attend a meet
ing of the "Miaswui Press. Assotiation.
Mr. Childmhaa. been the purchasing
agent of the'tnew print for the ronnbers
of the aasodation and while there lie will
attempt, to reorganize and improve the
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irjrunn of bujint and make il an incor;ij progmo U open to ibe public.
porated jwatrn. I .
i J A xviJl S aam-aitaWakat ttatafta.
W. C.4 Craig was elected president ol
lh soojre. oUbe School fjSJE, any -k wiU.
1 . IriAiA. &rl Davis, wasl"""' airecwr, n-i ,
neerinc Wednesday. Earl Davit-
eJected vice-president, jonn i. v
secreor.. Bs. Riinbotion treasurer. H.
C WilJJ, a7 editor for the SImm-
laon assistaat eAtur '" ,MIr
,. ..ember, of the St P.I.
AS IN VAUDEVILLE
inon's hhd ctNTLttiRi. Kiwtny
fXCOSE My SUOOrN DISMISSAL
PS I AM WOM Our roiM
'I ci r .
,ri,"n wnencH or m
, MAST ATTEND DOl'OL AS SCHOOL '
JBuIluto., NuteTfTlTH C:nllneS I
One's first impression of the Fred
L Douglas School is that the building is
, occupied today for the first time, but the
'principal tell, one that the budding is
three years old. That makes the entire
absence of pencil marks carved initials 1
or scraps 01 waste paper tne more nouce-
, The Douglas School, located on North
Third street is the only negro school in
! Columbia. It gives both ward and high
since it is the only negro scnooi in
I town, and because there aje no other
negro schools open this year in the coun.
siderably larger than ever before. Last .turns from a meeting of, the aastciatioa
TT near Columbia, the enrollment is con. in St Louis
siderably larger than ever before. Last, The proposed 160000.890' rood road
Telr 'he enrollment in the grade school
lor the.lirst ween was o; trus.year itiitie Umrmercial-Uuli. IkMHn .HeM-
. ifcj ltt. ll. : ,L.
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) . . ''isibl to give the -issue- favorable pub-
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The Mlsso.rUn Bnslness Office Is
Vlrflnla BnlHIns;, Downstairs.
The ofices In Jay H. Neff Hall are
not finished. '
Until October 1 the business officV
of The Columbia Evening Missourian
will remain in its present location and
its telephone number will be the
same, No. 55.
.The news office will be in Switzler
Hall, phone No. 274.
'high school for the first week was 51;
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las school is giving fourth-year higl
school work-. Ten students three boyt
and seven girls are enrolled in this class.
fbe curriculum offered in the fourth-
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year French, physics and a review of J tha Cheavens Rae Klausner. Faye Johan
Uniled States History, correlated with nes Belly Johnson, Loula Franklin,
negro history. (Jeanneite Edwards and Laura tLou
The'leachers In the high scliools are all , Brookman. The girls have divided the
graduates of colleges and universities of (town into sections wilh the intention of
recognized standing and Professor J. . covering the entire field. Business firms
Jones principal of the school, stales that I will be asked to buy tags for their em.
uones principal ui lire kuiwi, ,aic .
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(accredited as a first-class high schooL
ti;, hlrj ort jn building up the high
ji, j,a, ,lMWn splendid results In
j ,le fuur yan ! has been connected
j wjlh the jthool, the high school enroll-j
ment has increased from 37 to 80.
The students In the high sJmol have
hiany student activities particularly
along musical lines They have glee
clubs and a high school chorus iney
also have a fourteen-piece band, ihe in-,u.ed in the Garden Club's "Make Co-
struments of which were bought by the lumbia Beautiful" campaign.
students themselves and presented to the Mfc RpM Hl,L Mffc t w
Khouh , . . ..... ens and Mrs W. M. Dinwiddle wiU be
Throughout the entire schoo. found he . of "
an atmosphere of courtesy to others and ., CorJo fmidalt of ,he clTjl
a zealous appreciation of the PHone to send flower, to the show! wbeZ
sessions Profemor Jones jay. -that he I . j fc bethe
goal, they set is the -nlaxd. of U . . he4er
while people lo. nave as goou -..-.
and to no a. gooo " "" "- i
a . i . . .-J .la B.-m tA ewlmatflsi ryfl, f
Musical Pragraai at CawbUaa.
An hour of. music will be given at
m y if -. A 'Inj.lr Citnilav
canstuu.. uoueae , ,-. m";- ""T
aflernoon. The program will be given
h- in faculty members Mrs Margaret
Roberts- Green, soprano, and Miss Aline
Wilson. ptanisL Mis. Hejen Howard,
winner of the gold medal-in the 1920
a . . I11 Is tit air-anrrtnanulL
TTty Orchestrl U to be or
gaaized soon. At present Ceorge Yen-
'he orchestra until the band has been
mnleiely .rzanized. The orchestra wdl
( J Lwtea aaarnayaltWVfl
" !" TTZZZZ
, lBin before, Saadar afternoon eon -
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Commercial Club WanU New
Not Yet Named.
The board of directors of the Colum-
ti. Commercial Club, at a luncheon to
day at the Daniel Boone Tavern, voted
to take an active 'part in the fight for
tlie new state constitution, and to farm
a more definite organization for that pur-
pose when R. L. Hill, county chairman
,f tlie rvew Constitution Association,. re.
bond issue will also receive the support of
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' The board decided to postpone for
(several weeks the election of a secretary
, of the organization. Frank Rollins presi
'drnt of the Commercial dab, said that
new circumstances had arisen which
would make the selection of a secretary
now impossible. Miss Ruth Burnette,
who has been serving as secrtary of the
'Commercial Qui since the resignation
of Russell Monroe, will continue in thai
position until a permanent secretary is
'JOURNALIST GI8LS SELL TAGS
Garden Clnb Exhibit to Be at K. of
C. Students' Hoe.
"Don't )ou want to buy a tag for the
flower show? It only costs a quarter."
Seven girls of the School of Journal
ism are making a house-to-house can
vass of Columbia to sell tags which serve
as tickets to the flower show to be given
by the Garden uud at tne Knights ol
rnmbm Students' Home Thursday.
Tt.. .1. nli lit ..anw.u .m U..
i nmr, tt,. canvassers exneet in tl
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1,000 Ugs by tomorrow night
I The lags went on sale this morning,
I At 3 o'clock today no estimate of the
I number sold was available, but workers
declared that people were buying rap-
fltir One rirl hail ulit ftftv 1
noon. About 3,000 people are expected
to attend ihe show. Last year the at-
tendance was about J ,500.
The proceeds of the tag sale will be
. -i-.-..-,i. j.
Everyone who sends flowers
helping to make the show more attrac
tive." FOUR FOUND GUILTY Or MAZING
1&tUtnl Senate Cawea Snyculn-.
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The Student Senate met this afternoon
and caused tha following sophomores to
be suspended from school indefinitely -Jack
Spitzer. Albert Sharp. Ralph Jj
ten, Jr, and John Himmelbereer. "--
men were charged with hazing freshmen
last ,lonoar nigm.
i The Senate also haa under advisement
other cases which will be decided the
first of next week.
jUttSHftntf Wak,-Sa7 BaBetfaa.
f ,, C-M4 r "etaaa.
LONDON. Sept 17 Lord Mayor Mae.
s - ey is said today to be win
U the Irish Sdf-IeteTxMtfo, LzJ
".-iraworra innocnc ... c7 -.j psv-
33 KILLED BY
t? vdt nemivT tat 'A-
, EiATljVOlVi" 1L Ai
WALL STREET :&
o L- tl..-i, . n itr l .',
XMJUUllllg auuugiis lu in VTUrK
of Anarcn,s's Who Are
Beginning neign ot t
I - Terron
E. A. FISCHER ARRESTED', i
Prisoner Is-Said to Have Wri-t
ten Cards of Warning
Detectives Now at P
t, Vtiui Pim
HAMILTON. Ontario, Sept. 17.'i
Mental telepathy is given as the expls.'
ation of the continual, warnings wbfck
Edward A. Fischer is alleged to hat
sent for three weeks before the WaH
street explosion took place yesterday U
New'York. Fischer was arrested ben,
on a. charge of insanity made by Robert
For three weeks Fischer is said ta 4
have sent 'out warnings to certain per. '
sons that Wall street was to be blown
MANY WOCNOm Exractio TO PIC
B, L'.4 r..
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.-Polke of
ficials here are busy today seeking At
(guilty persons connected with the Wall
street explosion and guarding against
a repetition of the same affair in aoaw
ether districts The death list has grown
to thirty-three and is expected to (a
higher, aa a great many of the wounded
are not expected to live.
The police and federal officials now
believe that the explosion was the work
of anarchists who are beginning a-reig
of terror." Detective Burns of the Buna
axencv said today that it was the re-
! 'sumption of the "mail bomb plot" of last
summer. He said that those responsible
have simply changed their methods
The police declare that from three t
four hundred pounds of nitro-glyceriM
were used In the explosion yesterday. 'It,
is thought, that the purpose of the - .
plosion" was to rare entirely the inM'nee,'
of the Morgan interests and dust W,:.
boauW were it carried Into the baaki-'
ing because they were so large that it'
cerrtK'.bare bre done witaoot .'
htihg'iuspkiuns ""' ;
i BoaM'.aoa roamaat mt cxer;p s;
yjr v vn, . .i rj i . . !
W, J. VIJOll VV UK !CUCX1 mVS -,.
vice, with thirty subordinates arrived lia , ,
riew York last night to begin lawitifa
tion. They will conduct a roundap ,!
aH the reds in New York analao-'
other cities I"
The only dew which has been fouad
is the shoes of the horse which waa
blown ,to pieces They are uid to bear,
the mark of the shop jn which they were"
placed on the' horse.
Ceorge Cutledge of the B. H. Swarm :
Company said today that he had ittUsul
a card from Edward A. Fischer wasch
had been mailed in Hamilton. Oatarlsv.
on which Fischer uid: "Greetings Get
out of Wall street before the whistle
blow, on Wednesday, September If."
Fischer it -also reported to bare written
to . Lieutenant Armand of the French
commission telling him to get out of New '
York. Thomas Delhoty, a keeper of ten
nis courts at the French commission, V
also reported to have received a card
from Fischer two weeks ago telling u.
the. coming explosion.
Former Residents Are Saved
From Injury by Walls of
' ' F1 V
Two former Columbians W. F. Swiar.. .
ler and Mason Belcher, were withut V
lf" h!"' '" of ,bt here
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iVict of New York yesterday. Both mea''
-cAinuanm wnicn rvenea use nnanciai oste
escped .Injury. -fV -'
According to a telegram received heaV''
today, Strhder. who ia aa assistant ailEW
ier of the Nalioaal City Bank at !f VaaTjt
street, wa at his desk and had jast'C
itMj B.l-I... wk '.. I. M V 1-,
on a business trip, when the explesiaa "J-:
came. Both men were saved from iajarjr
by the walla ef the building. Every eaw
who was in the bank at the time aa
unhurt. A Bomber of employe, of any"
bank wen' killed and injured. UKbaaaf.
several aesmaktaacea of Switzler. . '' ,- "
Bocner is use son ol Joan n. awa.
cher. 131S Wilson avenue. Swiakrhi ff
the son of Irrw Switzler, former regit." '
Tar of the University. ".
Ta NartM ef rivB War " "' '!"'i
Mrs ABce C Risky left yerae' F'l
o aieead she national coereuka dU&il
Am. . .s. n wr esl ..eiA fl
been naUnnal nraaSdent of the oraaasaa.t4
tion for tbe'Jast five years She la' aahiM
aa boaonry member ef the U. & 8iaa.,'j
Corps Duriag the ChU War aha aw'
three yean service ia New Orleans
BftaaJt to A.nrtMav Sttaairata.
n- r ataaiaay. esrect-ay-axeit adrara
ing expert, and Nina W3cox, sveeaaf ;
writer let the Sataraar Etaaaac Peat,"
spoke se.aW.anmhim.eJ AJ(
Sgaaa.-adWtl.tag fraterniry, .