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BE ELECTED W
Greatest Interest Is Manifest!
In New York, Ohio, Mis-
souri and Illinois
"1TOUUK1 IS IN D0UIH"
Ten Candidates, Running for
Governor in Illinois Six
in New York Three
Jv v , n Peter J. Samrm. Socialist; Hen
' U v-M .'m ' UxTP'"U'f " Shi.ead. Independent Non Parti
states suit hold ,ttle ,, Tuesday!,,. nclJb.nl ;, republican.
in connection with the presidential and
l'te4 Tir- utt CarnapgaJract.)
1 li congressional ballotirig. While a num-
ber of states will not elect gocrnors
l' minor state officials and legislators, are
-i,i. , "II. .Middiecon, ;vciaiir ana ociansi-u-
1 "Jr f . . I,,.. Herman P. Feri. Prohibitionist:
-peciat interest has been shown in ihr
contests for governor in .New Wk. Ohio.
Missouri. Illinois and the near northwest
-the nsl.,t: .m .... .
- 1IUI11JUW II -n Vll'lll K' ,
rJIZ. sir ZWr"z' -''iT ' "?T
lKernor Alfred F Smith, e-en if the
.... , , ,,.ra,ns. generally
The Ohio contest ha aiirartr.1 alien-
I lion dijc to its possible result and in -
- ,., ,-..-
nuence in that section on the presidential
race Uonahey, now attorney-general and cumbent is Republican,
the Democratic candidate, is making aj Aeic For. Nathan L. Miller, Repub
strong appeal to the fanning s-ctions on I'Yai; Alfred E. Smith, Democrat, in
an economy administration, while Harry jcumbent; Joseph D. Cannon, Socialist;
U Uaus, former ma)or of Cleveland,
expected to run ahead in the cities.
In Illinois the state elecfjn i sig
nificant on account of the bitter factional
if fight between the Thompson and Low.
B den Republicans which has been partial
ly healed before the Democratic offen-e
by the withdrawal of Lieutenant Got-
craor Oglesby from the fight. Ilowoer.
.uc ., uou uuiiuk uic iniuuii
been the partial cau- (.f ten candidates
for governor going before the public
nd Uic Uemocrat claim lliat J. Mamil
ton Lois ha a pood chance of election
no- matter liow the ?tale pocs vn the
heed of the tlclet.
In the Northne.!. the ien Partisan
league, by fusion or independent candi
dacy, has produced a condition that makes
any forecast mere cuesuorL.
Missouri is held debatable ground and
the factional feeling due to the altitude
of the senators J!rom MisMiuri Keed,
Democrat, and Spencer, Republican
at;aint Ute I.raj'uc of Nation lias crept
into the entire- pujitical Imeup of the
Here is a list of Mates iith suberna
'lATE CANDID UtS
Arizona Thomas E. Campbell, Repub
lican, incumbent; C. Mit Simms, Demo
crat. Arkansas Wallace Tonnd, -lit? pub
lican; T. C McRae, Democrat; William
Bueler, Socialist; J. II. Blount, (colored)
Independent, Incumbent is Democrat
Colorado OUer II. Shoup, Republi
can, incumbent; James M. Collins
Connecticut Everett J. Lake, Repub
lican; Kollin U. T)ler, Democrat. In
cumbent is Republican.
Florida Ceo. E. Cay, Republican ;
W. R. Vanduzor, Republican; Carey D.
Mardee, Democrat. Incumbent is Demo
Georgia Thomas W. Hardtack, Demo
crat. Imcumbent is Democrat,
Idaho -p. W. Davis, Republican, in
cumbent; T. A. Waller, Democrat.
Illinois hen Small, Republican; James
Hamilton Lcis, Democrat; ndrew
Lafin, Socialist; James II. Ti orrpend) ke.
Prohibition; John II. Walker, Farmer
Labor; Leis Dana Spauldinp, Single
Tax; John M. Francis. Socialist-Labor;
John M. Harlan, Harding-Coolide Re
publican; Harrion Parker, Co-operative;
Parke Longworth, Liberal. Incombent
Indiana Warren T, McCray, Repub
lican; Carleton B. McCulIoch. DcmocraL'
Andrew J, Hart, SocialM; Oiarles .M.
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I 'C?r WHO'S THE WINNER? MvS ' 10 ,Mi I 1 WWE I i n, Mil-'
I si COX OR HARDING? SffiuiJll f I Tlfflt B hk Wiillf f fe
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Kroft, Prohibition; James M. Zion,
Farmer Labor. Incumbent U Republican.
011a Nate Kendall, Republican;
Cl)Je L Herring. Democrat; C. J. Peck,
Socialist; Matliias Faber, Farmer-Labor;
J. X. IIuel. Socialist Labor. Incumbent
Kansas Henry J. .Mini. Hepublican.
incumbent; Jonallian M. Datis Demo
crat; l!) Stanton, Sociali't.
Hainr F. II. Parkhursl, Republican.
Elected in September b) 65.000 major
Uassachusrtts Channmg Cox. Repub
'lican: John J. awi. u
lican: John J. Wal-li. Democrat; nailer
1 5. Hutchins. Socialist; Patrick Mulligan,
Scialiet Labor. Incumbent is Republi
Michigan Men. J. Crossbeck, Uepub
lican; Uoodbridgc M Ferris. Democrat.
Incumbent is Republican.
.UmnesotaJ. A. O. Prcu. Republi
can; ljurencc C Hodgson. Democrat;
MISsOt Rl CANDIDATES
Missouri Arthur M. II)de, Republi-
fcan; John I. AtUn--on. Democrat; E.
u ,, Farm whirrs. Incumbent is
... . i -,t n- on-
' Vontcna-cpU M. Dnon, Republi-
'jean: liurton K. Wheeler, Democrat. In-
IriiiTilsnt i nmnrrat.
VAna'a-Samuel R. McKel.ie. Re-1
'pui,lcan incumbent; John 11. Morehea.l.
Democrat; Arthur G. Wray. League Far-
'e Hampshire Mbat O. Bron, In-
LumUm ; I!ni.ll:n
, UllllA-lll JT HJ-WUVIill
1 eu- .Uerico M. C Mechem, Repub-
lican; Richard II. Hanna. Democrat; In-
isieorge r. iliompson. prohibition; John
r. Iuinn. ocia!it Labor; Dudley Meld
AortA Carolina John J. Parker. Re
publican; Cameron Morrison, Democrat.
Incumbent is Democrat.
Xorth Dalolai. F. T. O'Connor. Fu
sion Democrat (Republicans and Demo-
prila nnrwudl tn nn I'arliesn I 9 triia.
jDa"clinR ,ln)). L)nn J. Fraiicri 4lB.
I'artKan League, incumbent,
j Ohia-lUnj L. Dais. Republican;
'Dohanet. Democrat: Frank R Hamilton.
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Sx-ialM; Earl II. Foote, Sin pic Ta&. In
cumbent i Democrat.
Ithode island Emery J. San Smci,
Hepublican; EuNard M. SuIIitan, Demo
crat, Incumbent is Kepublican.
South Carolina R. A. Cooper, Demo
crat. IS'o Kepublican candidate. Incum
bent h Democrat,
South VaKotaYr. II. Mc.Mater, Kc-
nublican; V. W. lionet. Democrat; M.
. Hate, on Partisan Lea pur. Incutr
bent is Republican.
Tennessee All". TaIor. Repulilitan;
A. S. Robert, Democrat, incumbent.
Texas Jubti L. Oilbertson, KepuMi
TONIGHT AND TUESDAY
With Bebe Daniels as Nurse
Wherein Reginald Jay lakes to his bed so the law can'i take
him to court. Also.
"TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM"
A SUNSHINE COMEDY
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
Tom Mix in "Desert Love"
can; Pal M. rerT. Democrat; L. I.
Rhodes, Socialist; T. II. McCregor, Am
erican part); 11. Capers, Black and Tan
Republican. Incumbent is Democratic.
Utah Thomas IV. Talor, Democrat;
Charles I. Mabry, Republican; incum
bent is Democrat.
Vermont James Hartnes Republi
can; Fred C. .Martin. Democrat. In
cumbent Is Republican.
Washinfton Loui F. Hart, Republi
can, incumbent; W. W. Black: Demo
crat; Robert Bridge, Farmer-Labor.
(Test I bfiniaD. F. Morgan, Repub
lican; A. D. Knonu. Democrat; Samuel
R. Montgomery, Non Partisan. Incum
bent is Democrat. - ,
Wisconsin John J. Rlaine. Republi
can; Robert Ik McG). Democrat; Wil
liam Coleman. Socialit: Henry II.
Tubles, Prohibitionist. lilaine is en
dorsed by Non Partisan League. Incum
bent is Republican.
Stephens College Notes
Mrs. A. L. Tlnmi-on of Gallatin, Mo
i sitting her daughter Eglantine, at th
Reta Sigma Omrican Hou-.
ft.. :,!- ..r ii.A !tR. ;ii i.,..
Irrock election Tuedav for the tame ofii-
..n. .. . .-. -i
iters being oted for throughout the ?a
.lion. The rules and regulations of
real election will hold gooL The girls
are ser eager to understand the issues
to be voted upon and defend their poli j
ties vifforouK. Thev are unv.illinn t i
take the ord of anone concerning the
amendments and do not follow the famil)
politics in many ca-cs Democratic feel
ing based on the League of Nations seems
to be the prevailing ntiment. There
will be three Democratic judges and three
Republican judges from the student bod), j
Tests vill be given at Stephens College
within a few dajs to dicover the tone
tnialities of the students in relation to
public speaking and reading. This is the
second set of tel b specialists who
Iiave come to the college to discover and
train qualities unknown or umried
Oemocnals EMablMi Headquarter,
The Democrats will Iiavc their head-
quarters the day of the election in the
Cunley-Me) crs Rank. Democratic students
in the Univerit) are invited to go to this
pbec and receive instructions in regard
to ab4nlee balIot.
Boone County's quota i $4500 and she
will underwrite it a she alwajs does
rhen the cause is worthv. She will over
subscribe ber Red Cross quota, because
every citizen of the cvunl) knows that
there is no more worthy ervice. adv
Let us do jour Tirr Repairing. Tavlor
Tnewlay night it the ypcml lection t
how of "Hoop-Lau" adr
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
R. II. Gray of Columbia left this mprn
nig for Mexico on business.
I. T. Searcy of Columbia left for Halla
ille today on business.
.Miis Lois Roberts left for her home at
F. C Heuler went to St. Louis on busi
W. L Deaton went to Centralia Satnr
da) to spend the week,end. ,
Mia Mary McFarlam) spent the week.
end at Mexico.
Mrs. Carey D. Crews left for a short
tUit at Mexico Saturday morning.
IL II. Emberson went to Hallstille Sat
urday nn bu-iness for the University.
Mrs. Roy Urown left Saturday to wsit
her mother in Centralia.
Mrs. D Ik Stewart left Saturday to
pend the week-end in Centralia.
Mi-s Roe Rosenthal spent the week
cod m Slater
0. V. Todd ami wife spent Sunday
iitli th'ir parents in Centralia.
Homer Cros went to Moberly Satur-
da) morning on business.
Mis. V. P. Allen and Mrs. O. K.
Thomas went to Centralia Saturday.
E. II. Iiw went to Salisbury to spend
,.,. ... !!!.
11. r. nailer ICII uus moiilini; lui iidii-
nibal on business.
C W. Cowman of Mexico returned
home llu morn in p after a visit vtith. his
brother, C J. Rodhoue.
31m Catherine chubert Jell turlay
r Johntov.n, Pa after visiting Mrs. E.
Mr-. J. W. Havs of Hallsvllle left Sat.
urda) for her home, after being with her
'ather, who lias been ill, here.
Mrs. Lizzie Peeler of Norborne, left
for her home this morning after a visit
with Columbia friends.
Mis Betv lenkii.s of Stephens Col
lege, left Saturday to cpend the week end
ith her iter in St. Louis.
.MUs Georgia Fowler of Jefferson Gty
was ihe week-end guest at the Chi Omega
Mrs. J. IL Duncan, who lias been vi-.it
be-ling Mr. S. A. Smoke, left Saturday for
her home at St. Louis.
Ernest Cro-s who has been vi!ting his
nwther, Mrs. Clara Cro-s, returned to
Burlinston. Iowa Saturday
Mis Fern tewart left Saturday for
New Vrk Cit, where he wUI iit bei
brother, G. E. Stewart.
S. L. biddings left Saturday for his
Inme in Ham.Iun, Iw where he will re
main uiitil Tuedav nlsht.
SIomon I. Ginsburg, who is a Bap
lit field secretary with headquarters in
Rio de Janiero, left" this morning after
16 Elvira Bldg.
t, mm'm .
Cox or Harding?
That's what you will want to know Tuesday night, Nov. 2.
Tuesday evening the Columbia Evening Missourian will have
a special operator on all night long in Neff Hall receiving the re
turns of the election.
A Srrppn Will
turns come in they will he flashed on it.
In case of inclement weather the returns will be flashed on the
screen in the University Auditorium.
In cither case you will hae a concert by the University Band.
Returns from the different precincts in Boone County will be
received by carrier pigeons.
Remember the Evening Missourian will furnish you with the
We'll give you the news.
giling a stereoptican lecture at the Bap
tist Church here last night. Mr. Gins
burg will continue traveling through the
United .States where he will talk lo sari-
ou schools and contentions on mission-
srjr work; returning In Bratil next year.
Mr. W. D. Wright and Mrs. W. R
Hall, wlw have been sisiting Mrs. J. F.
liar jam, left Saturday for their home il
Mi's Price Rowland, who is attending
Stephens College, left for a week-end
visit at tier home in Beuer, Mo, Satur
Ira McKee, who has been obliged to
discontinue his work at the University
because of sickness, has returned to his
Lome in St. Joe, Mo.
Mis. H. Tenenbaum. who has been is
iting her daughter, Fannie, his left for
her home in Kansas Cty.
Mrs. T. J. Simons Mrs. W. II. Win
seott and Mrs. Silas Roberts returned In
Ilallstille Saturday after spending the
morning shopping in Columbia.
Dr. and Sirs. U. P. Haw, who have
been sisiting Miss Uric Haw and Miss
Vanetta Welmon at Christian College, left
Saturday for their home at Benton.
Mrs. D. M. Bone, who lias been sisitinz;
Mrs. J, L. Meriara returned lo her home
it Kansas Gty.
Henry Boss, who is attending West
minster College at Fulton, returned to
uhool todsv after a brief si'it in Colum
bia. J. G. Meredith, principal of the high.
school at Mexico, returned there this
morning after a week-end trip to Col
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Oxley, who have
been sisiting Mrs. Bert Rees at 616
North Eighth street, returned to their
home in Divernon, IIL, this morning.
Misses Fern Foster and Sallie Beeler
tf Hardin College retum-d to school
his morning after a sisit with Miss AI
line Marshall of Christian College.
.Mr. and Mrs. Paul Limerick and Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Plan drove from St. Joe
lo spend the week-end in Columbia with
their sons Paul Limerick. Jr. and Edgar
The small membership fee in the Red
Cross is only a crumb cast upon the
water, that will return many times to
"Hoop-La." the first big show of the
school )car. adv
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
r ) L.Z
li 6trtrllffl nrrna tlio fimrtiie
Leroy Millsap and Leland Edmonds
pent the week-end with their parents at
TilIiam Sjlvestrr arr-xd in Colur.hia
Friday afternoon In atlcad the Barn
warming and to lisit here. .
Mack Denman went to Farmington
Friday to spend the week-end with Ids
Carl Woltmann. Cilberl Hills and Ber
nard son Hoffman, flri.-its in the Uni
versity, motored to St. Louis Saturday lo
spend the week-end
Ferris' Turner left Friday for Kan
sas Gty lo spend the week-end. Hr
will return toda) to enter the Short
Course in Agriculture.
Mis Frances Kinsman lias rsumed
her studies in the College of Arts ami
cience after spending two weeks in i.
louis with her mother, who was ill.
Byrde Gde of California. Mo spent
the week-end m Columbia usiting
friends. His sister, Kathnn, is a junior
in the College of Arts and Science.
Mrs. Paul V. Kellogg, wife of Jjeutc-
ant Kellogg of the R. O. T. C staff, ar
rired in Columbia Saturday to join her
husband. They will lite at 1321 Ross
Walter Oernmons, fotmer student in
the School of Journalism, has been ap
pointed editor of The Ciiart. the official
publication of the Los Angeles Shipbuild
ing and Dry Dock Compam.
A letter has been received from Pro
fessor C II. Williams director of Unl
ersity Extension by E. M. Carter. Pro
fessor Williams is touring Europe. He
wrote from Paris, having recently tisitcd
the battlefield of Verdun. He is luting
trouble in getting passports and will not
be able to return home for some time.
Sixty studenu in the classes of social
patholog) and presentiie philanthropy
tistted the Boone County Infirmary Fri
day afternoon. They were accompan
ied by A. F. Kuklman. The trip lo the
farm was made in trucks and private
cars. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Edwards
are managers of the county farm and
the)- accompanied the students through
the building and explained the conditions
Plenty of good scats lcfl for "Hoop
it.rl nc- tl.
Student Sprains Ankle.
B. W. Sirnnns, a sophomore in the Uni
tersity. sprained his right ankle Friday
rirht when he fell down stairs at the Pi
k'lnm Alnlia fraternitv house. He is
compelled to walk with a cane, but is
able to attend Ins classes.
Tuesday night is .the special election
show- of "Hoop-La." "
WEDDING RING. ."
Colder ueather, and probably snow.
With the above forecast, you will want to be prepared
for the cold spell.
And you can't go wrong by buying a Bartli coat.
Style and quality typify these better coats. We have
them in nearly any color or fancy mixture that one desires.
Come in and look them over. Prices
If you lose or win a hat on
one at the Bartli Store.
"We hold no clearance sales. We are watchinc the mar
kets closely and any reduction in any lines df merchandise
that we carry our customers can be assured thev will reau
the benefit." J
aids to stood looks, sound
teeth, eager appetite and
digestion are only 5C a
Say it with Flowers
Fresh roses cu' every morn
ing. Also all other flow
ers in season, always right
from our eleven modern
We are members of the
florist telegraphic associa
tion and can have orders
filled in any part of Ameri
ica within an hour.
All kinds of Palms, Ferns
and other decorative
Remember "always fresh
flowers" when ordering
Seventh and Broadway
the election, be sure ou cct
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