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THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SS0URIA& THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920
U5r OCTOBER DAYS
FILLED WITH GREAT
The last days 0f October are cro.Jl
with nnivrrsari of the grrst ar. Il
)?' ,b ktter clays of October. 19M
.' 7,e C""n hordes were rolling ir
reijtibly oer Belgium and the bord'rs
of France. Four jears laier saw Cer
ny. lepons deserted by the Austrian.
U;ilrian and Turks, and struggling to
Jcape the onsUught of the AUie.
Three of the events 1 the early var
wcurred in the last dajs of October.
19li. Uwt.li declared war on Turley on
the 31st and was followed b France
Uid fjinbr.il. after the liomluriWnt of
Russian Black Sea port hy TutlMi
rrutwri. Four British luttlHups en
uged five Superior German cruisers in
battle off the roat of aul- on October
31 and were badly rlcfcaftsl. Tliis lead
l the scouring of the seas b) ISriiMi
"inadrons. which culiminateil in the m
morahle battle of Falkland MarnU a
few weeks later, a Briti-h lictory. On
October 30. the Japanee naial and land
forces began the bombardment of Tsini
lau, the German Helgoland of the Orient.
After eight days of merciless hammering
the German garrison of four thousand
Mirrounded this great naval base to the
1 In September, 1918, the British and
jlrab armies began a successful advance
in Mesopotamia and l'alestine. lly the
last half of October the Turkish forces
ere routed and all the strongholds re
duced. Thr Ottoman Empire p-tilioncl
General Townshend for an armistice on
October 30. On the neit day the armiv
lice, which amounted to unconditional
mrrender hy Turkey, was negotiated.
Ou the 31ft, AiMul Hungary acknow
ledged defeat hy suing for a separate
peace with the Allies. The Allied of I
fensive against the Austrians in North.
em Italy began on October 24. l!rilis.lt I
Italian, French, CzechoMovak troops
and one American regiment smashed
through the Austrian defence and tie
moralized the enem). The armistice
sued for on October 30 look ffect on
November 3 and amounted to the com
plete surrender of the Austria Hungarian
ing so heanly this, year as they did last
is that money is scarcer. Last year there
was plenty of money in the country and
people were extravagant. This year the
federal re-enre banks are tightening op
on money and as a result people haven't
the money to spend as they did before."
"Thr mild weather we have had this
fall tjas made business slower in Colum
bia, dear, cold days are a great stimu
lus to business in the fall. Business has
picked up with me quite a bit lately and
I attribute it to the change in the
that each absentee voter will be able to
find out the names cf all those on the
county ticket from his own count).
Vocational men from this state may
tote, as well as those from other states
who intend to make their homes here,
and who have been here a year. No ar
rangements are made for the other to
cational men. Those people from Kan.
sas Gty and St. Louis who did not regis
ter on or before October 27 will also not
be allowed to vote.
ADDRESSES WOMEN' TOTEBS
llEUH:r4HrEHS EAIl POLL.
Ulll I'MiIde County Tickets For All
Arranci inents are being made by the
Democrats to have a headquarters for
the University students near the polls
nest Tuesday, so tliat tliey may get linai
instrus lions in ihe mat- of voting. Tin
place for the hradqiurtc.s lus n.I bet;'
definitely drtided uKiti, but i wi'l li
near the courthouse.
County tickets from all over the state
will be available at the headquarters so
Matcabees: Danced Last .Mftht.
The local chapter of the Maccabees
heM its annual Hallowe'en dance lat
, night at Maccabee Hall above the On-
tral Bank. The evening started Willi a
skurt program consisting of a short play
irjj several musical numbers.
! Too Late to Classify
WANTED Sleeping accommodations
for partifs in groups ol four for the
nights of November 11 and 12. Call
C. S. Hall Crge Adoption of Con
"Constitutional Amendments was the
topic chosen by U. S. Hall for discussion
at a political meeting at the home of
Mrs. R. IL Cray, 1111 University avenue.
yesterday. "I have traveled through some
114 counties lecturing on amendments,"
he said. "On these campaign tours I
have traveled in a buggy as many as sev
enty five miles and when I had arrived at
rov destination, found only a few men had
faltered to Iwar me. So sou can imag-
ine wliat it means to me to have ruorci
than S00 women in Columbia eager tot
have me come before them and etplaipl
the amendments to them.
Mr. Hall took up the .arhendmenH in
their older, etplaiued their meaning, and
urged their adoptiou. He emphatically
denounced the practice of some voters of
voting "NO" on all amendments because
lhe thought thai was the eair-t thing
Home butchered meats at O. W. Bout-
well Merc Co. Phone Ml. adr.
ACCOUNTS FOB SLOW Jll'.STEVi
The 1921 Savitar
Bigger, Brighter, Better; Than Ever
Goes on sale next Monday.
Watch for full details
of the campaign,
Loral Talor Says Buying Will Ji
Better After Election
A long as I can rrnwrab-r, bune
In irner been as good beforr elcelion as
ft U after election Raid V. V. Victor,
0lunibia tailor, pealing of buine4 can ,
(titions in Columbia.
Busines U flacL this fall, according
to the business vre did last fall, and 1 at
tribute it to to thing. Times are un
certain Just noH and people are refrain
ins hm bu;ing until conditions arc
more settled. J expect buMi.tr to Iiave
more lira after election
"Another reason people are not bu-
Buy Your Copy Early i
g3gM- ass;;g;'i II
. CaratM.K. &T.
$1.50 ner bushel
I WINESAPS AND BLACK TWIGS '
tiring your boxes and Iiaskets and get your winter ap- II
pies now. Delivered to your lionie.ut $1.75 per liusltel. I
Phone 66-1 Bonner Bakery Bijflding
II IzirfTirWtUl HlftSvSk
Those new Tiger-Striped Root
ers Buttons are the dope. Now
on jale at
Co-Op - Palms
A Tip for You J.
K 9 , " il3
Every day is a Sale ay at Hraselton s. Uur rfioe. are juit tlte Hung
vmt have been looEing for. We combine, a medium priced ivilh
long lasting qualities and good looks'.right up till the Lll ilaj of
American Lady & Gentleman Shoes
CHILDREN'S SECURITY SHOES
Thee shoes are sold at a medium price but contain all the supe
rior advantages of very expensive models. They are built for service
and their superior workmanship and material guarantees them to give
the I)est service old.iinable at any price.
The store that' believes in giving the best
sl'oe possible for the louest price obtain
able. Style that Stays '
Roll Call -:-
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Friday, 12:40 p.m,
On Academ Campus
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