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COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1920
MORE PAY FOR
Columbia Council Advances
Wages of Employes in the
Two Departments of ,,
t BY UNANIMOUS VOTE
'Fire Chief Instructed ' to Fill
Two Vacancies Motors
t Parked To Near
, Columbia firemen and policemen were
granted a raise in salaries by the city
council at last night "a meeting.
Upon recommendation of Councilman
0. B. Wilson, chairman of the fire com-
1 mittee, the Council unanimously voted to
increase the salary of all the firemen ex
clusive of the salary of Tom walden,
fire chief. $20 a month, the raise to take
effect October I. This raise in salaries
increase the pay of W. E. Kennedy, as-
(istant fire chief, from 90 a month tc
$110 a month and the pay of ordinary
Crcmrn from $80 a month to tlOO a
monln. uuei waien S paid . a.ywieraay me oignm lemperamre wa)r
The places of J. C Walden and Noah
Fax, the two firemen who recently quit
work because the council did not raie
their pay, were declared vacant and the
fire committee was instructed to employ
two firemen to fill the vacancies.
S15 MOEE A MONTH FOR POUCEURN
Counciimin Frank B. Rollins, chairman
ef the police commit tee, reported that
the committee had unanimously decided
to raise the pay of all the policemen,
exclusive of the pay of John L. White
tides, chief of police. $15 a month. Upon
hit recommendation the Council unan
imously voted to increase the pay of all
ordinary policemen from 5100 a month
u $115 a momh. the raise to take effect
October I. This raise will affect the
ularies of policemen Miller, King, Bat-
tenon, Rowland and Hopper.
An ordinance was passed appropriat
ing J3J371.SI out of the water and light
fand to pay accounts and salaries. An
ordinance was passed appropriating
$288-59 out of the security fund to pay
" salaries and accounts. An ordinance was
passed appropriating $8,975 out of the
reserve fund to pay the balance due on
'the new boiler which was bougbt-Jrom
the Heinle Safety Boiler Company of St.
Louis and is now installed Tn "the water
and light plant.
Upon the recommendation of the pur-
chasinz committee a tractor grader.
read maintainer, a scraper attachment for
tli sf-a.L an1 n ln srraner was bourht
from the J. D. Adams Company of In-
dianapoli. for $1,555.10. -
MOTORS TOO MA FIRS fLLXS t
., . ,. .,, .!. ,i. worn toaay as assistant in tne fublic
Upon the fire committee reporting ttial . , , ' .
. V . ,T.l.tn I Health Laboratory, is the third member
the insurance companies were complain-1 , '
- . . i.- l uZ ..lJ -. fir.!0' her family to become affiliated with
ing about vehicles being parked near -lire i, .. . . , . ...
, . , . . j-I7, r , !,.:. the University faculty. Miss Grace Du
plugs in the business district ol the city . ' . ,
r. .1 . . 1 .v.. .!,..:-Haney, a sister, 15 the sute club leader for
the Council instructed the purchasing . , . . . , , ... .,
iuc . . ". nai girls in the extension work of the Home
committer to buy 10 signs costing $250
each to be placed near fire plugs in!
the down town district.
John N. Fellows was granted further
lime to complete r-"'nK n University
avenue on account of his inability to ob
James Butler appeared before Ihe Coun' I
cH and requested that the electric light '
, ,' , . . i. -i ; ,1,,
poles on Anthony street be placed in the
alley behind the street. His request was
relerred lo tne water ana iigui mm-t
mittee for investigation.
The fire committee reported the pur
chase of two sets of lire chain, for the
fire truck at a cost of $20.
The police committee reported the pur
chase of three automobile tires and inner
lubes for $57. t
MM M'BUC UBBARiaN MAKES KErOtT
The annual report of the Columbia pub
lic library for the year ending July, 1920,
was submitted to the Council by Libra
rian Lelia B. Willis. It says:
The report shows that the population
of the community served was 13,000. The
library was open 309 da)S during the
year. The number of books lent for
borne use and study was 2,791 and the
number of Evtion volumes "lent for home
use was: Adult. 6571; juvenile, &5T7;
total, 10,143. Thirty-nine new .volumes
were purchased during the year and676
were contributed as gifts by Columbians.
There were 16 books withdrawn or loto.
There were 507 book borrowers register
ed during the year. The total number
of registered borrowers from the library
is now 1,101.
fines and sales of publications
amounted to 16181 Rental of new fie
tion books netted $&S2. The uneipend
ed balance on hand was $1231. Salaries
for library service were $35.
The rent for the library room was
$35 a month to August 1 when it was
raised to $45 a month.
During the year 15,733 people have
visiied the library.
TEACHERS ELECT OFFICERS
Misa Haiel Hoffman la President ot
V Association for Coating- Year.
rf The Community Teachers Association
yesterday elected the following officers:
j, President, " ttaiei noiimin; rer
president, Misa Anna Finley; secretary
. j VI: T.. X-Kmll, Tli
ana rreasuiri, m jj .t,-", .
V association was organized last year and
ft is a part of the Stale Teachers Associa-
For Columbia and vicinity: Fair to
night. Wednesday unsettled, probably
with thundershowers in the afternoon;
somewhat cooler late Wednesday after
noon or night.
For Missouri: Fair tonight and Wed
nesday, except possibly unsettled north
portion Wednesday; somewhat cooler
Wednesday afternoon or night.
An atmospheric depression is making
its way eastward from the eastern Rocky
Mountain slope; it is giving unsettled
weather with widely scattered thunder
showers, but as yet no rain of conse
quence. The indications of the Soruh
Sea disturbance is somewhat more pro-
I nounced and apparently a hurricane has
i . 1 .1 ...If f f 1 . t
f-iuricu me suj. uf ...csicu uy way o.
the Yucatan Channel. Clear, warm
weather has prevailed in the principal 1
corn states. .
The Missouri roads are again in fairly RlU TUompmn ., ,lle w. c
to good condition; anil much grading
Tlie present Gne weather will likely
change to unsettled conditions Wednes- -
day with showers in the afternoon or
"'. un T, t- t
Local-Data: The highest temperature .
'" ColumbU yesterday was 88 degrees;
w w"t last night as 66 de-
&e - Precipitation, 00a A year ago j
ro V !
m oe - -
83 degrees and the lowest was
grees. Precipitation, 0.00. Noon yes
terday: dry bulb, ftt degrees; wet bulb.
53 degrees; relative humidity, 42 per
cent; 7 a. m. today: dry bulb, 66 de
crees; wet bulb, 63 degrees; relative
humidity, 89 per cent. Sun rose today
5:56 a, m. Sun sets 6:08 p. m. Moon
Says Slashing Prices Is Only
way to Get Materials
8r Uailed PrM.
DETROIT, SepL 21.-Henry Ford
announced today that there would be a
la-eduction in price of t!42 on all styles
of the Ford car. He said that there
were 146)00 unfilled orders, and tliat !
lack of material it impeding produc
He said that there were great store
nf raw materials all over the country, but
that the only way to get them on the
market was tn slash prices. This puts
the Ford car back to the pre-war basis.
MISS MjLANEY BEGINS WORK
Third Member of Family to b Af-
.. ""eo nun nemiy.
Miss Anna Dean Dulaney, who began
Economics Department, while a cousin.
Miss Ruth Dulaney, is an assistant in the
physical education department.
Miss-Anna Dean Dulaney was graduat
ed In 1914 from the College of Arts and
ge of Arts and
T.I' v,t .
ronat the Urn -
Science with biology as a
hx just resigned her position
versify Hospital, connected with the Uni-
!,,. f Oklahoma at Oklahoma City..
'Y , . ,. . 1 1
here ,he made the tests for the clinical
v,,, jone j,y ,,e hospital.
SALES HAT BEACH 500 MARK
TTomrn JournalWs Sell Oirr 103
Ticket for Flower Show.
"We expect the ticket sales to reach
the ZSO0 mark this year," said Mrs.
James Cordon, speaking in regard to the
plans and hopes ol the Garden Clubs
Flower Show "this year. "Last year we
sold about 1.500 tickets. The girls in
the School of Journalism are doing great
work for us. Up to last night they had
sold more than 500. The members of the
club are meeting with equal success."
Officers of the club request that those
wiihinc to enter flowers in the show
Thursday should get their potted flow.
J UlirBuar wwuiu ftc . issv- ""''-,. . - l ! .! .a
ers in between 2 and i o'clock Wolnel?; Columbia his corning year. The
day afternoon. The cut flowers are not "" " "-". "'."."" '"" m3"" ."P
to be delivered until between 8:30 and j""' "'e Commercial dub before definite
9 JO ThurJay morning. All the Hoyicnif""'"' f3 ...
must be in by that lime so ,he judges j Alport was madeconcern.ng the p.c-
may finish their work and give the de -
cision. in time.
The club requests that those desiring
. ..u. .u. n.. im .fir ihr
show should do so by 10 o'clock Thursday
night. Any flowers' left after that time
MrMrSweency Ia Fed, Say Reports.
t, Usllnl firss.
nts.ft.T O . il r.n san-tn raw.
Jr. 17M..,IJ,iM lvnr now in
7 I .- I M.VAr f.oQvM.r.P. Sinn
vs. a a . . aA sliat itm tat rmw.
f"n-7.Tj,f. wW. but other reports
... .., in- . fr 1 1,.
tay that he is 5rtab'' '" ,or-i
forty day. fast he .to "
report states that tie is suiicy ano i inn
males that he is being fed secretly.
WILL CLOSE STEWART BRIDGE
StarUBir ThnratUy, Surface Will Be 'Official registration w,U begin tomorrow were fined $1 and costs ah the police -wd he declares the Republican land- ,, students were p- ---Treated
Wlto Tarrla. morning and will continue until tlie for- court Saturday night for driving their 'slide is certain. He asserted that Mis-1 the stales of Colon., Wyoming, new
Tohn R Silver, city engineer, said to
dav that Stewart bridge would be closed
lo vehicle traffic from Thursday until
October 1, during which time the surface
will be treated witrriarvia u.
Mr. Silver explained that it takes at
least a week for Tarvia to dry after il
has been applied upon a road surface.
WARNS WOMEN -
NOT TO BALLOT
AS MEN HAVE
C. T. U. Speaker .Sees Lit-
tie l'romise in tuner Aia
jor Party Candidate for
, . . -, g
PLEADS FOR WATKINS
Few of the Twenty Million
Women Who Go to Polls
Will Vote Straight
"If the women are going In vote as
the men Iiaye in the past. I would raii.er
women had never receive.! t le vote.
T v ,, ..,; in ,he Broadway
Methodist Church vesterdav afternoon.
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.,., lhi, ,.,, ,,., MilL -William1
i: n...n w..lJ !,.. rrrivnl
j.........,.. ...H.. nuu. ..-.. ..
l"""i'r,t' o! thousand, of vote, from I
n, p, ,.i ii,.,i,, ,., u.,,
compromise candidate. I want to
urfe ajj w T womPn to vote for
Catkin, the Prohibitionist candidate
fr l'"iJ"lt' P" insI ,lr
k"d of candidates nominated by the I
two great parlies this year, lo do tun
they will have to use the Prohibitionist
ballot, since one cannot scratch the
names of Presidential electors. The rest
of the ticket they can scratch as they
sms 20 MiinGNs will ote
Twenty million women will We in '
it,. .!.; it.ta f.11 a. n,.i ,!,, I
ha.e no, sufficient cre.n'ba, on lo make I
ihe pol"Hin Par any attention to their
demands. But let as many as 3 000 0C0
women cast a protest vote for Vallins,
and the next nominating contentions
kill choose men of Presidential caliber
to head their tickets.
"Missouri has come to herself with
glory, liotfi the Republican and the
Democratic state tickets are made up of
decent men. There is not the cents
worlh of difference between them."
Mrs. Thompson lias been a voler in
Kansas seen jears. This ear she was
offered the chairmanship of the Kansas !
(Democratic Homens Gommittee, but
rrf,, tecause , he did not really kn,w
what she was. The chairman of the 1 during their twentieth annual slate con
Kansas Republican Committee asked ' enljon Saturday and' Sunday of this
tier to go g as a delegate to the Re
publican convention, but she refused for ' "l the five vice presidents who will at-'
the same reason. Mrs. Thompson con- tend. C. W. Stephenson is another Col
siders herself, however, an independent '"timb'u Gideon. During the convention
Democrat because she favors tlie adop- Columbia ministers will make short talks
tion of the Leainie of Nations rnirnant . ,0 them in assembly and Dean Walter
bone dry uw IN DWCEn
In di.-ussing the question of nrohi -
Lition Mrs. Thompson said
' "Tne bone Jrr law is today in jeop
ardy, tne wets ol Missouri hare se
cured a petition, signed by 25,000 names.
and filed it with the secretary of a'ala
that petition calls for a referendum on
the volslead law. It appears on the
ballot this fall as Amendment No. 13.
- .. , . .
jo amendment lias ever passed in the
. . , f in uic
I state. It is up to the women of Mis-
wuri to e that this .mendment shares
the fate of the others."
j Mrs. Thompson believes in political
rtoI"!lnce- 'No one "f" t ques-
J tlon tie ,;! Mirt o olhcrs
The .ham election ml.I ;
"" "am election resulted in a vic -
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lory for tlie Democratic ticket. About
half of the votes cast were Democratic
The rest were almost evenly divided be- o'clock Sunday morning in the Y. M. C
tween the Republican and Prohibition!"! A, with E. At Rippey? presiding. At 9:30
tickets, with ihe Republican slightly in o'clock the members will be assigned to
the lead. various churches, and will present the
Tlie program included I song by Mis Cideon work in the Sunday schools and
Virginia Cole and a recitation by Misa ' churches of the city.
Willie Crews. The" auditorium of the ' A union mas meeting at the Qiris
church was more than two-thirds filled. 'sn Church has been planned for Sun-
. t day afternoon, tlie session opening be-
WATS STATE HEL'.MO.V HERE ing at 3 o'clock. George W. McFadden
t f T. .
j-.-K.on rosi arfKR Annnal
will be sent to the sick.
The Hebert Williams Post of the Amer-
..... gi-n ias. nigrt decided to try to
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' ,'""." 'JT ""u n,nc.ion w.iu
1 4. i !' L.0' ''e V,,"a.'! f '."
' ,7" ., 1. TX '' .," '. ", "J"
. " i'"w 'cn in, oi wnicii
""""" - . . roonel'
"!" ",e b"f" the ,wo I""",
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.Flower Show which is being backed by
I I.. rVl..Mk:. r..Ju. a"l..l. t
, iht it U dliwilv rhU Lr.;t
, rlnmi.1. thm k-Miif... -In, ft... U U
FIFTY STEP1IESS GIRLS HERE
I Special Trains Bringing; More Today
fla Limit Twenty-FIye.
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'College. Two hundred and fifty more
! An&nAl nsw tl.A (tiutal tnlns l.ula
Slv tprvn7u wit me asfcvaa (tataiis louaj.
' sfff i .. ...il i : .
- , mat opening of school Thursday.
' A complete change in the schedule of
I courses lias been worked out by
faculty. In addition to other feat
it has been decided to limit the member-
ship ol each class to twenty live. This
is to permit a closer relationship between
student and teacher.
The orthodox Jewish Students congre
gation will bold Yom Kipur services at
the home uf I). Clickman, Sll Turner
avenue. Kol Nitlrei services will begin!
this evening at 8 o clock, and services
' Atek VJUj
uiuiiiiiiE inc iiauiuuuai mcaimir-a
morning, i he traditional melodies ana
their plaintive tones will be sung from!
the Maclizor. the Hebrew urthodox prayer '
"!& . . ...
1 lie Day ot Atonement is I tie last 01 k
the holidays known to the Jews as the
Yomim Ifanoroim, and is, according to
1 Hebrew tradition, the day upon which
the fate of all living beings is sealed.
The Yomim Ilanoroim begin with the
New Year's Day, Itosh Hashono, follow
ed by the penitential period of ten days
and end with Yom Kipur. Orthodox
Jews liold the ten-day period as a time
for prayerful humiliation and the banish-
mfn. n llalTr 1U ,,- ailj ;
bf ti,otign. -p, jJrs of rcp,n!ance
- - J?" "' " .
iiual, suih is devotion to Cod and kind-
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nM. .t..- .1 .11 ir.t. 1...1..1... .!
i..j- ..-.i. .1 .,... .' '. .fl
iiiiH-iufm mill mr ciusinK srrvicrs i
IWibh ,J ilh each one wishing hf
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-ri . s. t-- i I
v ,.. , ... fbly a subcommittee at the head of
r s torn Kipur is of special I . , . n
. ,t . . .i . leach one. This chairman will prefer
' to the Jews since the turning J li k- l
oer of Palestine as a lmmcland for the
jtMih ni&n for wn;c, ,r; ' ,,, stti,e(i
for 2000 )Mr. I, has been the longing
l0f the JewisH people to contribute as a
unii 10 the world's culture as they have
' cone in tlie das of the existence of
their Holy Temple and cnlture, although
at that time the greater majority of the
J' WMe duelling in foreign countries.
ince ''" "lire wo'ld. including the
(inile.1 Slates at the Conference of Vrr-
-H l '" " d of a Jew.
"h mc "'Palestine, all Jew. stand
' "nnu".ly for the re tabli.hment of
,he J"-'' """
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Columbians Have Important
Place on Speaking
Ilia llirlisnnd f linaiLiir! swtll !., at--.
I Hrst Baptist Qiurch as their headquarters
I week. S. B. Kirtley of Columbia is one
! Willijnn will deliver the address of wel-
, ,.on,e al .Ihe'r banquet Saturday evening.
Mr. Stephenson will act as toaslmasler.
The morning session Saturday will open
with a reception and registration of mem
bers. The convention will then be called
lo order by the state president, J. G.
Mvers of St. Louis, who will appoint com
mittees. S. B. Kirtley will cive some sue-
;etions regarding their Bible work. '
ac aucinwu meeting win oe given 10
i .- i i t i
devotional service, readme of the mm-1
MtA. nf I,. n..ttn .- . !..-. .-
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nt filaI(, fRrp. r,n ,.i .
committees, unfinished and new business. I
election of stale officers
of a convention city for
fnmmittaa itnftnisliaiil -ami 1
and the selection
1921. The Com-
planned a motor trip
i" 4rT -iTi: '"
lernoon. The banquet will be given in
I . . .; 4 . i . 'II
the evening at the Daniel Boone Tavern,
Consecration service will lie held al 8
of Sl Louis, moderator, will lead the
;ce :.!, ,i incuJe a . Kt.
, v:c. .;! rradinz. Draver. snecial
music, an address on the Bible by E. W.
Stephens and a talk on the Gideon plat-
form by w. . Crone , Springfield.
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tiaic iiciu utxi nary.
The clo,in6 ; wil, , hed
the Baptist Qurch. The first part of
lhe mwtin5 be cMcd , 6:30 .
at which lime work will be presented
,he y ,,,,.., MmU ne
finJ, wffl aM ,, -
-I"" ''' "P"" of the resolution com-
, mittee will be read and the new offi-
. . i i
Trus.ee, Chicago. Ill,
peal for decision, f.
C Bennet. National
will make an ap-
for Christ and for
i members and giving the congregation the
V'f "' """ " ln lhe B'blinlS
Dll,Scnt ,n fc"-. -fenenl in spirit,
the Lord, is the Gideon
Their slogan is "And they
stood every man in lus place round ,bouii
me camp, and ineir sell imposed duty
is the winning of the traveling men for
Cist and placing a Bible in tlie guest
Two Fined for Kpeedlnt
Dorier Cardner and Hugh Halhman
ignt lor driving tfteir-muo u .num. ..c .. ..-. ----
the cut-out. operu W.jsouri would go Republican by SOxXO
A 11 ,.! ,M,rf. 1. ' votes.
L. Jones was fined $1 and costs for be-
Resigns After 12 Years' Service.
Allen Dunbar, assistant citr engineer. I
j who has been employed by the cily for
twelve years, resigned yesterday.
ARMY IS $4,500
Ruby Heulen Is Appointed
pi,.:rmo r r :...
r . V v- ' ""cc
to Raise Funds in
CAMPAIGN TO BE SHORTlttry mann-r.
! I will recommend in lli ftniinril ikal I
Money to Be Used to Make
Home Service f rogram ot
Ruby Hulen was appointed chairman
nf a committee of five to raise J4,500 in I
Ihe Salvation Army drive for funds al a
'.d held in the Commercial
i .mn rivim. vmtni jiv.
I He was given until this afternoon to
decide whether lie would accept the
Tlie nut of S4J0O has been assianed
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B,"" T?- '' ' '"" Ly ''"l11. P"",'- "T " " ' " '
- ard to divide the countv into dis-' uh the killing of his cousin. Ticar a
tricts, and to tut a chairman and r-os- i church southeast of Columbia is due for day evening. The intermediate and sen
1 .. . . ... . I. 1 t- i... SI-...1 te !. r-t..r..r rj !-,:.. ..k -.v
TU,J uwi,imjuim-TT ai inc iicau ui
sv'T Jr iwiuirt BsriJH.7 iiuiii, iiu
would bare memories of the hot dough
nuts served and the pleasant smile of
the Salvation Army lassie at the front.
The rarnpalfn. according to the plans
of the board, will be a short but vigor
ous one. Probably three das will be
set aside for the drve. It will be widely
advertised and sliort speeches will be
made over the entire county.
, IIEVLIX IS J.0TE1. SOUTHEHSEH
('nftrmsman Here Tomorrow Is Re
puled Orator and Story Toller.
J. Thomas Ileflin. congressman from
Alabama, who will speak in Columbia
September 29, is one of the most sought
after speakers being billed by the Dem
ocratic national committee, said Con-
gre&sman Nelson today.
"He has been a member of Congress
tnr ,itlp.n irtrt rwl i tww l)m fb-irm.
cratk nominee for the United Slates Sen- lne ,,rrtl; ,
ate to succeed the late Senator Bankhead. I Such destruction had been done by
-Congressman Ileflin is a personal' someone who evidently did not care
friend of mine," said Congressman Net. labour flowers, for they had been de
son, "and my colleague. He is re-jstroyed and the plants ruthlessly tramp
ruled to be one of the greatest southern lied into the grouod.
" --- . --
craiors. He is a bit handsome man. ge -
nffcand whole-souled, a typical southern
gentleman of the old school. He is a
most interesting speaker and a good story
teller as welL Often when he is sitting
talking in the smoking room, there aret;ni 0f destruction." said Mrs. Davis.
j more people in the smoking room listen
ing to him than are in the House ctum
her. rile is a man of great feeling and
able to play on tne numan cuuu"" w
such an extent that his audience is often
times moved from tears to laughter and
U 250 .Miles From Coast and
Approaching Fast U. S.
Bf UarieJ rres.
WASHINGTON. SepL 21. The Unit
ed States Weather Bureau and tlie Coast
Cuard Service are both aiding In pre
cautions against the storm which is re
ported to be approaching upon the bull
of Mexico. It is feared that the ship
ping on the coasts of Texas and Louis
iana will be seriously damaged.
WAastscs AKE BU1C U!T OUT
NEW ORLEANS. Sept, 21.-Speedy
boats are being sent out to all points in
reach to warn all persons of the ap-
j preaching storm? The s,torm is repined
to be 250 miles out from the coast ana
annroaehinz venr fast. It is said that
it will strike the coast between Morgan
City, La, and Corpus Christi, Tex.
Warnings are being sent lo all ship-
Iping companies by wireless, and boats
notified of its approach, lne storm is
reported to be of a great intensity. The
steamer Yorro which is reported to have
been hit by the very edge of the storm
.reports that a 65 mile gale Is blowing.
CAttESToi mcauaA!s rarraatD
Br Usiini e..
CALVESTON. Sept. 2I.-Interurban
lines here" are making arrangements to
move the populace of the "Danger Zone"
out of the city in case the tropical
storm strikes along this part of the
PREDICTS 6. 0. P. LASDSLIBE
Kenyon Says Missouri Will Go Re -
BT UailM ra.
mcir,ivMu c.. i a R.nnMi.
njuiiiiioiuii, ewi. a. f ...r... , - -
can landslide at the fall elections was of the Rocky Mountain Clb at its or
predicted liere today by Senator Kenyon, I niaUon meeting Monday nignt. ine
who has just returned to Washington, other officers elected were: Vjce-presi-
He has observed five stales Missouri.
' Maine. West Virginia, Illinois and Iowa
W. K. Stone Same Admlalstrt'or.
W. K. Stone of XWumbia was appo.
ed administrator of the Ean A. Cab-
ban estete by Probate J.dge,IL A. Col-
("Clean Up or Close Up" is
I the Warning of City Attorney
Clean up or close up!
That is what is going t.i happen to
1 unsanitary business places in Co -
lumbia, weeording to Boyle C. Clark, city !
I After the City Council had revoked
the license of John Balsamo at its meet-
J ing last night Clark said that the city
was going to close up business men who
i Illf) I1t lnrli1nit tkair tnlai.M art m Hn!.
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CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET READY
October Term Has Two Murder
Trlah Anions li Cus.es.
t C 11.11 I f. -1. I. l.
11. Jt ruiiaru. circuii tier., yesieniay .
ccmpleted ihe docket for the October
,m 0f ,h. Circuit Court, which opens
.October 4 and closes October 16.
There are 157 cases on the docket, two games followed a short program. An Ep
of which are murder cases. The trial ' wortn League social will be held in the
of the Stale against Viola Smith, a negro church October 9.
woman, wlio is charged with lulling Bruz Tlie Methodist church has outlined a
Kelly, a negro, is set for Tuesday October definite plan of social entertainment for
12. ard the case nf the Stale aeainsHUs student members.
trial on Friday, October 15.
This case was tried' in Boone County
two years ago and Canton was convicted
and sentenced to ten years in the pen -
Herniary. Upon petition the sentence
wa, -staied. Canton released on bond
and a new ttial granted.
A T17 TVYU1VT TTD i
iiiLi ivim ui
m n- 1 rii t .t 1 1
Woman Finds Plants Ruthlessly
Trampled Had Been
Entered in Show.
When Mrs. J. M. Davis of 1108 Locust
street, awoke Sunday morning she found
her well kept flower beds torn up and
the flowers, some of which she had in-
tenaea 10 emer in ,ne r,- ..-. -
routed and scattered about tne yard ana
1 Mrs. Davis said she knew of no rea
son why anyone' should 'commit such a
"I hope other owners of flowers in
this town will not be the victims of this
It is shameful to see these lovely flow
ers thrown on the road and destroyed.
I would have given them all they want
is,uj ,ney kA, me.'
MERCHANTS TO TAKE IX GAJIF
Section of Stall KXerrfii To C5oe
Stores Dnrinir (James.
A rat lion in the bleachers will be re
served, for Columbia merchants at each
of the four big football games in Colum
bia this falL
Capt. W. E. Persons and Fred FJdean.
student president, are requesting all
merchants to agree to close their stores
from 2:15 o clock until the end ot tne
game on the afternoon of these games.
Most merchants are responding readily.
The following fifty-three stores have
acreed to close:
Rex Barber Shop, University Barber
Shop, Tiger Barber Shop, Recreation Bar
ber Shoo. Oak Barber Shop, Tavern Bar
ber Shop, Ceery's Jewelry Store. Lind-
sev's Jewelrv Store. Uuchroedera jew.
dry Store, Henninger's Jewelry Store.
Gilnun Dorser Drug lompany, v. w.
Harrel 4 Son. While Eagle Dairy. Ste
nhens Publishing Company. Recreation
Parlor. Smith's Millinery Store, Univer-
sity Fruit Company. Boone County Trust
( Qomftyi Central Bank, Will E. $milh.
D. Rohrig, Dinwtri Brothers, Mrs. G. Heat,
Hobrechl S Speer, McAllisters juarsei,
Richard's Market, Lipscomb-Carth Shoe
Company, Braseltori Shoe Store, Mdler
Shoe Company, Sapp Brothers Shoe" Com
pany. Levy's Shoe Store, Barth Clothing
Company, Sykes t Broadhead Clothing
Company, Jinx. Central Dairy, Palms,
Cordon Cafe, took itrotners, rrainei
j Drug Company, Mwouri Stores, Uruver.
tiiv (VOnerative Store. Janousek'a Art
Shop, W. J. Palmer. C W. Martin, Renle
Hardware Siore. Troxell s Furniture store.
Furtney's Electric Shop. George Chris,yt
Heberling's, Helen T. Slattord. to. norn
beck. Daily Brothers, Boone County Na
POLES ABE WMMSB W GALICIA
Warsaw Report Great Success I-
a IfaiilssJ l"tsWasV
WARSAW, Sept. 21,-Creat successes
i . . a" a 1tf& ttoiaw Kjnm raa
iln tne tusinci oi .- "' -"- -
(ported by ihe Polish forees.
. -..-1- oak Electa.
In F Hosmer was elected president
1 dent, i . Tv.Ti.--
urer. SIis. Uare J..cie. """"'
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, club will gjve a picnic in the near future.
W. E. MeClare Tak t St. Jasepk.
T. F. Whiteside, shenlt. ot Boone
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Couniy left' thfa morning lor Sc Jo.
,ft "Vael. a'rTum.
....... , .
ithe licenses of all business placef In
tthe city that distribute food stuffs to the
'public that are not conducted in a sani-
tary manner be revoked and that the
places be closed up, said the city- at-
Mr. Clark intimated that unsanitary
. eating places were operating in the dry,
but did not mention the name of any
The time for them to clean up has
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HOLDS FIRST OPEX HOUSE
48 XMhodM Slndenls Present at
TL- .-. f..I I?.. 1 ... ll.ta
inr iirsi mcinouw upeu u-
ear was hehl in the Methodist Student
headquarters Friday night. Forty eight
Metbodfst students attended. Music and
p T? .
Business Women Grcle of the
erian church held a social Thurs-
ior Christian Endeavor societies each gave
a sucial Friday evening.
jCHRISTIAX COLLEGE - BUST
ClrU Enter Into Spirit of "MotlBf
In' and Clfanlni Honse,
Christian College today ia very differ
ent from Christian College of last week.
Now Ihe corridors are full of girls greet-
ttnv ntil frinA rtT hliminff hllftllv bv With
brooms, wastebaskets or curtains in their
,..b w ...-.. . . ---, . -
hands, which all proves that going to
housekeeping even in college is a serious
milter, new 1
fornwd and oIJ
matter. New acquaintances are being
ones renewed. And ol
course there is much to tell, for every
one had a "wonderful summer.
Althouzh registration was to have been
finished Saturday, new girls are still com-
In .neAin of list students of this year,
Mrs. W. I- SL Clair-Moss, president en-
erilis of the college, said today, "Every
, . mon
. ,,;, ,,.,. ,.. definite
end. The courses selected by them are
more practical and they show greater
interest in physical education, playground
work and music supervisors work, Cirla
learned the value of service during .the
war and it is improbable that they wilt
ever again be greatly interested in lean
ing a bu'terfly existence.
Deputies Acclaim Him for
Presidency UgschaneJ s
PARIS. SepL 21 Premier Mdlerand
was acclaimed as the only man for the
presidency of France by the Chamber of
Denuties bere todav wheii tne resigns
tion of Paul Deschanel was read to them.
The president of the Chamber ex
pressed his sorrow and eulogized Ues
rhinel and his work.
A caucus was held In which MiUerand
was chosen as the proper man for the
DEAX WILLIAMS WILL PRESIDE
Governor Gardner to Speak at Dent,
rratlc Meeting Tkursiay.
Dean Williams will preside at the Dem
ocratic meeting at the Hall Theatre at
8 o'clock Thursday evening. The Dem
ocratic county committee haa arranged
to have Governor F. D. Cardner, Con-
cressman W. L. Nelson and Mrs. L. W.
St. Clair-Moss speak at this time.
In the afternoon of the same day there
will be held ( mass meeting at the court
house formally opening the county Dem
ocratic campaign. The county Demo
cratic committeemen have been notified
and are each bringing a delegation to
this mass meeting-
Ruby Hulen will speak at a Democratic
meeting in the courthouse al 7 JO o'clock
tonight. After, tne address a Lnx-Alkin
son Club will be formed.
TO START FIXA5CIAL CAXYA88
Florence Sdraper Is Chairman of
Y. W. C A. Caapakra.
A financial canvass for the Y. W. C. A.
is to begin September 30. A budget will
be adopted at th weekly meeting next
Thursday" and three teams will organize
the wort Florence Schaper Is finan
cial chairman and Miss Eva Johnston ia
Any girl who promises to try to UTU.--rr--T-r---
up to the Christian standard may (CHMSTUK CHOCH CeSTCSTMS
come a member ot the University V. W.
C A. without the payment of money.
A financial canvass Is necessary, there
fore, to meet the expenses of the 'organ.
scorrs ox hike scxbay
Trooa PUas Field Trip Rack Week i0 '" denomiaallaain this county wffl
May Farm Wireless Clab. attend and aW; assay members of lb
Troup of the Boy Scouts hiked tolnearar chwebea. AH questions dealing
Covered Bridge, five miles west of town 'la she church work, Sunday school and
Sunday afternoon. The troop had sup-' Jatn work wiU be discussed by the asia-
per at the bridge and hiked back to Co
lumbia by moonlighL Assistant scout
master R. P. Tipton was in charge.
Troop 4 plans to have a field trip each
Suiday, It meets at the Y. M. C. A.
oa Friday night of each week. A num.
ber of Ihe members have wireless seta.
They hope to form a wireless club.
Columbia Fruit Company Con
ducted Business in an In- .
sanitary Way, Says "u
FEDERAt. AGENT COMING
Owner of Still Could Have
Geared $48,400 on Stock
Found in His Store
The merchant's license granted ta
John Balsamo in the name of the Co
lumbia FruiT Company, 706 Broadway,
was revoked by the Gty Council last
1 night upon the recommendation of Boyle
C. Clark, city attorney. Clark said ia
his petition to the council thai Balsamo
had conducted his business ia an in
sanitary manner by selling unwholesome
fruit and by permitting fruit to decay
ia his place of business, and that be
bad made and kept intoxicating liquors
"I am quite sure that there are an
more stills operating In Columbia," said
"I am certain that the still had been
in operation only three days. Balsa mo
uys lo through his attorney, and I think
he is telling the truth. The still had not
been In operation before that for over
"We had received information that
it was there, stored in a closet, and
tliat they were getting ready to operate
it again. That waa one reason for the
Federal officers were expected to ar
rive this afternoon to take charge of
"I went down to look over the stilt
yesterday, said W, B. Noweli, Jr, to-
day. "There was enough mash there to
make 1,100 gallons of whisky. I un
derstand the price was about $44 a aal- .
Ion, which would have made $18,403 for
the present stock alone."
The still confiscated by the Coluasbia "
police yesterday morning, was. usa.oai
one ever captured ia Um history- of
Boone county,, cily officials said' today, t
Ir Is not considered an nnmraallr'kraa'v .
UiilL having; a capacity ol only rafteea -
galloas a day- - , .
I John Balsamo told the police tkU
morning that tie bad boacht the aoDcr-
atus la Sl Louis, about two months aas,
bat that be had used it onlv once to
make intoxicating liquors. Informatioa
as to the amount of liquor Blvpwf has
sold in Colombia could not be obtained.
TRIBUTE TO FRAXCE8 W1TXAR
Colombia W(h Heart JOm Tka-Hta,
W. C. T. V. State Treatarer.
The Columbia High School held its
second assembly this moraine to pay
tribute to Frances E. Willard, the foamier ,
of the W..C T. U. movemenu The ex
ercise was held a week early on the ac
count of being able to secure Misa Neva
Thoasas of Springfield. Mo, who is the
state treasurer of the W. C T. U. She
made a brief talk on the work of tfsr
Mrs, Harry Keene, county chairman ef
the W. C T. U. essay contest, delirersd
the $10 essay prire to 'Miss Eela Bus
ter. The prise was awarded last sum
mer, but owiag to the delay of the grad
ing it baa jost been delivered, aflat
Buster U a senior in the Coluasbia Hlfb
SchooL Patriotic aonga were suae.
Judiciary Clmmittee Lays Re
sponsibility on N. Y.
af t'siMl rttu. '
ALBANY, SepL 21--Tbe asteraWy
judiciary coaasiltea today voted, 7 to 6
in favor of the Gillette resolution, which
provides for'ovating the five Socialist
members of the assembly. There were
"toi on the biU, wUch
the entire ressoRsibility on to the as
sembly as a whole.
The Socialist aaembers have beta
ousted once before by the assembly.
They were re-elected by their coastita-
'enu and the asseatbry. now meetiM.
must consider whether tier will be
seated or noL
Belctato, p-hb TMrteea CtqsfKfa
tVaaa t Meat Star Colaaikla
The Christian charches of Bsone Coua
ty will hold' their annual convention at
OUre Church six aases east of Coluasbia
Delegates froat the thirteea churches
uters of the county.
Biota Ansae? Packers.
des eas4ayrs'lHlh. while and negro la
bor appealed ,to the' polka here today
fcUowiag-last aiaht's race rials on the