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THE COLUMBIA EENINGMISSOURiAN
COLOMBIA, MISSOURI", THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 "
401 VOTES AND
COX ONLY 127
For Columbia and vicinity: Fair with
moderate temperature tonight and Fri-I
day; lowet tonight about 38 or 40. !
For Misuari: Fait tonight and Friday;
somewhat coder northeast portion to-
Oklahoma for the First Timfti"?,. u.,, . . , . ,. i Complete Count Shows That
m the History of the State Lake sutevbot in the rest f the Unued i Boone Gave Democrats a
Cues Republicans a Nates lair pleasant t)Pe of weather pre j -rwo t0 ono Ma-.
.Majority. Seasonable temperatures obtainrd cv-l
trywhere, and there i no severe cold in
Under sunshine and wind of the pan
few days the Missouri roads hate dried
out and are in .fair condition.
BACK .-FROM LONG VACATION
'Prof, and lire. John Ankeney Spent ,
10. Weeks in Berkshire. '
Pwf irtA t fnlm v -A.nVenev.af 936 t
Conley "avenue reutrned to their, home inK
fflS TICKET IN
TTTT PnTTMTY.ColumlU Saturday after WndTne teak
1 XiMJ VAUi.1 1 1 lMta in the Berkshire, 25 fcdes esf off
(Albany and Troy, N. V. .' . "
.' v BEATING T5M TO IT '
Yes dearie,, that girl Orv,Our lihe"
( must n&vehad G. Quarrel .wit r He
IBARDISC GOES SOUTH
President-Elect Says He Will
Not Appear in Wash-
' inirlnn Rfnm ITa le
FEW SCRATCHED HERE
Fair moderate leather Mill prevail thei
I remainder of the week.
The higlict temperature
in iColumbia veslerdar was CO betters:
' York, Nov. 4. As mor4 complete jarfl tin; lowest last night was 4 degrees,
returns of the election come in from all Precipitation 0.0a A jear afo jesterdav
The Vote in Columbia Was
Slightly Closer Titan
Thatjr the Rural
Whd? in Troy, Professor and Sirs.
Ankrney, Tinted the farm of Mrs. Tj. P. .
Blair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R, B-
Ptice of Columbia. Pnifessor vVnkeney ,
vorkrd on. the farm and says that He has
completed scleral paintings Xf acrae pear .
xroy Kawa us mil yui uu vjwum
I We motored about 1200 niilcs in cast
'era New York and western Massachusetts.'
The country there is suTelvlifautiful. I
C. WIWS, 111 t- .-.
This, is the first evening 'vy.had; the line
res, itajb'nicejpiV.talM' - i
inis way. J hope -they neveirrnoKe-
up. Shes"Such A1 brbbj WnfllJfcRoi.Cr
Indeed. I do.' 1 tut toventuTdnti
.lellv. You dont meaji it! How nicet.
ofyouv well, dedrie; J'fn no'perfect-tKirtysx
drw" more, an- iprrvr fcet drntiorjt;
me.-wnekTOTnor iwonc XtOfv;the .
line.' (hh is the first time JveiUpca
It Is Reported That the Dem
ocrats Have Lost Fourteen
of the-Sixteen Congres-.
- sional Districts.
Complete election returns from flodne
County skm that the ftepublican otc
v.a about half as much as tlie Democrat
iesote. The complete rote in the coun
ty is a follows:
Cot. S.7S3; Harding. 4.152; Jjnc.
0,792; Spencer. 4.1'W; AtUnu, a.712;
rrlatie humidity 79 per" cent. iun rtwe 016.
today 6:40 a. ro. tun sets 5:0.-u. m. Nljn r.,n .-.11...I isn .i fiVful ,.l l,t r: rnn.,ic nl.-nt tbeLSc hool
b. gane Itepublican and by so dolnj has ,Moon rie 12:2S a. m. ticket, and Atlinson aboift 75 behind, of Journalism, and Fre.1 llfarinju
Hn cut ilie createM Kepublican vnte. Prof, and Mrs. Ankeney Here the
cut the United States it is indicated that
HirdinK ul bare 401 votes in the elec
total college and Cox vill hare 127. Ncw
Mnic is still reported to be In the
' iwltful column but definite return's
Iram there, arc eirweted tnda).
I SOUD SOCTU UHIS OkLAIIOVH
Ucuuoha urr, nov. . uuauoma
tlie lii(dict temperature as 62 dectees
xA the lowest Vas 44 dejjecs. Prtcipita
lion 000. Noon esierday: dry bulb, S3
degrees; et bulb. 43 degrrejj. relative
humidity, 42 per ceuu 7 a. m. today: dry
balb, 44 degrees; viet bulb. 41 Uepees
r I n riu. jMin . ,r -ii. it- m.. . .&. v . .
painted hilee ere In Jla-virusettsi; I s-'si iiUMjwyi uvyii UUOirit-S.'l H4Y.
ndlluyo.somebeaut.fi.rscenesof the!' for tp't, dOnt I? VS.deAV'lQ -fh' hUSSYilV
They spent to veeksia NW York.. ( WArtfi ;o mAto i ri l.hirsUi 5V A
umins blh W ijn Acre entertained iJ, VK iArfetrs,h s.15 V
br W former faVi.ll m-mbers andV ! ll rh .SOU Of 50019 PeoPfC.'-yr ?..'.'-v i
students of the UnienKy. They were
rJso dinntr guests of the Nv York chlp
ttr of the Jllissoufi alumni. Amonfr for--,
'raer faculty members and students, hom .
ir mt ,.e- TVnn. If. TL 5!iaw. formers
416: Nel-n. SSMz IWicIl 4.- .! f ,1.. k..1,1 ,-.f f.,nerinr Oscar?1
FiUey; "ictor Tilley-of the AfV Yort
MA YOTJ TQQTTTTl- fin'1 KmIUi 'st. 416 and 4.OI6 re. guestsof Mr. and MrsT Allan Flowers
1TJJ11 UlUOOULiO pectiiel). There vtere rebUvdy few mle in Buffalo, anil of Pr6f. andOIrs.'
, Creene. Jr.
, )alt in Tr),
TTrrrr i t mT-lTVT I sc"lcaca uaiois; me preai nujorii t Arthur -M.
UiVI U I A 111 A 1 II I Vicmrs nr,f,rr.l In "i.,t Vr tlril.l,!"-
" "" " Tli iiMinl tlu fiiis-fli fiiltimrt nm. I .CTT'l TTY1 Tl lATrnil
--"" " '- -- 1- 11s Ijl I IlliIJJ JV I V. !
einct. Khicli a hni'bed at 4:30 oclork ixiTlijIl JJililjirs XJ
jeslerda) afternoon proved to be the Ke- .
.publican stronithold in Columbia, the 'PT7'T, Xilfl l ATT?
I Democrats leading bv only 150 soles. The jlll 1 DLT lU
vote was as follows: Cex. 10S5: Harding.
.932; Long. 1103; Spencer. 970; Atk!n-
Half Holiday Is' Declared to
CeleHrate ArmtsticcDay -v
On Thursday, November 11, 1920,
two years will Jiave elapsed since the
great World War was brought to an
end by the triumph of the arms of
civilization and an armistice between
contending hosts was declared.
It is fitling.that the people of thi
city shouTd show their appreciation
and approval of these who have giv
en or risked their lues in the cause
of human libert).
"Now. Therefore. Thursday, No
vember 11, 1920, is hereby declared
a lialf holiday from 1:00 p. m., and
the people of Columbia are nrged to
everywhere display flags in lmnor of
our world heroes.
Mayor, of Columbia.
son. 10M. Hde. 932; Nelson, 1159;
Toach, S79. t
The Columbia sole as a whole was
i closer than the vote in the county, tx-
j lumlua went Democratic by a ratio of 3
,to 2. while the ratio in the county, out- ,0 he Swtp CnflUii,;,,!! carried in Co,l
I side of Columbia, was 5 to 2. nmbia W1,u ..t,,,,,.! maJoriUesf. ThcT,
jn sjMumiiia u.s recn j... '"'"j,,,, af basrf upon cftB1pete returns
iio naming s .moo gjsing mm ibjw frtni ,., f tK ,hree ling precincts
leased to be one of the statrs of tlie
-solid South.1 This in the first time that
tt. slsle has tone Renuhhcan since it
Hsbtained her statehood. Out of 1,974 pre-
tiara out of 2.683 Harding Is reported
is have a lead of 313 votes. It Is
iyected that the lead will grow to the 10.-
sffo mark belore tbe complete returns are
itrrtxr&. J. T. Herrold. Renublican
" reuung for the United States Senate, dr. '
', (etted Scott Ferris, Democrat, candidate
S"fcr the same oEce. t
siauvc to Kcer awa hiom cjuital
. Macios, Nos. 4. Presidentelect HarJ-f
jet Is preparing for his trip South which
nil begin Saturday morning. He will
arrive at Point Isabel. Teias, Monday
Boning. He has announced tliat he will
'uke it a point not to appear in
TTtshington until the tune lor fus inang
smjon on March 4, next. lie also has
' uBwunctd that he will resign from the
jSeaate in January."
COX TO ETBOfC 1 1921
IUttov, Nov. 4. Coventor Cox has'
taaouneed that be will si.it Eirope in
; tie spiing of 1921. He sa;s be wishes
to make a first hand intestigatKo of the
renditions there and also to satisfy his'
desire for travel. It is supposed that tbe
r- r. : . ..l :, . r. .
. 1U . he l.a. announced no further KtPuUieans" and-Dcrnocrats wdl
Unsi lie future. !' l-tciet af.poliUcal etrsto- on
TTli - - dT. November II. and celebrate
Trrstsso: wttsw "wlid soctb ! DjV & 6y de just as .tbcy'cel- P,erpontV Democratic majority ranged ly nU
Br surf "W ebrated tto years'-llgon the termination (between 1 and 5. The rest of the count, r .' 0'Bl of
Asumiit. Trv- Nov. 4. Tbe Ke-tof the World War. As iielits sucn ceie- as Ucmocratlc,
rtUicja landJide in the slat of Tin-trillions the American Legion Pct in
te grows with tsery lite return. Tbe I Columbia wiir uke the leading part in
Republican plurality there now is etl-1 tbe Armistice Dar program,
oittd to be 10,000 votes. Members of the Post who have been
canvassing the cit merchants hae been
HAiiWNC ilS 37 statu: cox. 11 , assured that all the stores will be closed
tt Catfed Fr.
Columbia Ketums buuMftiUiai,. t ,
M,iioriticsfor Eerv J
whole was' n ,,.,! Kl
A AliMil. j
Every one of the proposed amendnentJt
They ranged from 1,012 to
j,a. Long reccneu j.ij io . )he .
.nA.Ta 1Q7 . nfth ni-u9 .m n n'
J,HUlil3 sl7f "1IUU fcllV llAl H 'ntTI0
jont of 1,415. Atkinson receised 39," Jfo'rf ;,, a, arouv ),r amcnd-l
votes to Hvdes i225 giving liim. ma-(,,,,, Nol i3laling ,. ,he enforcement!
Iiontj of lOk Nelson received 3..o6 of Mm prpblL;haa , ,, b anvtf
votes to Koach s.022 which gnes w ( af ,he others. Tlie tSal vote cast on this
a majority of 1,714. .,,..: . tHR .kiili eireedal'ihe
Providence. Deer Park and lUrtsburg . ' ... t., ,.,'., . t,v 4T.VTh- TTTir,tT71C' WTT OAT
erelhe only places in tbccounty to go, ,.. . rnf0rrrmO), amendment is a UAlj.Eij W-LLijUi
ec.yK"-vi. T x7 SMWA
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BOTH HOUSES ARE G. 0. P.
j Returns on Constitutional
Amendments still bo Mea
gre That Results Are Still
Never?. in rny j.,Tp have J terd'Stxht
there?' Are you chW k&rm? J
,Tli terrible You carvr g't a .word Jftv
eawi5e AicYrcei.' Oh nov . -naturac-i-frii-iv
i Miau yie-ja niaife
Nget rrsdrried Anc
tn&jbe thpy wouUnl
bg &( to afTon
Atcie etx eh; I
and-etc.. the rest
St. Lons,JNov. t. MiMoidi'.Uai gone
Itrpublicair by more-.than lOOjOOO votes.
accordingTa'the Indications a Joe more
vimiIpI. rennrts rnme IWtnil.v-fmm n,.
' the state. Ow If 100!W ineu. 3.400
I gave Harding a 'plurality over Cat oi
- mnri- (finXlM-MO vsles ' '
In the state as -a wnole Harding has
611)07: CoK 4i24i; Spencer, Bepuly.
licani 'for,AlhetUriIred Sujfs,B 58792;
Loni, DeaocraC for tbe Senas&15W:
llfyde, KepUblfcin, for CoverioiS92:
AUuiwm,,gf)oftn, ior i,0Terar,,,i..
909. The Eepublicans are reported Io
have won fourteen ourof the sixteen Con
gressional districts of the state. Harry
I Raxes of the.tleventh disuict. Democrat,
jhas been elected by a majority of 229
, totes. "sV
I The State Senate will be Republican
by a good majority. The House of Rrp
.resentatives is reported to be Repabb
i... s.. . i.: M,:nniF
The reports on the vote on the Const!,
tutional amendments over the state, arc
still very meager and the correct results
will probably not be known until the of
Republican. Providence ca- 6J Demo- rferrnanin ordered ty a pelitiok of the , ,.,. .. T rt
raUc and 55 republican notes. In . - , MJle. , . , IU W T H I 1 K A W
iiansu,urg me voir 'W" "i Amendment No. 4 permitina mais'-, - itT
bury 173 to 63. Deer Park s 9j to 83 Kepiib J. . r h noafifirf ers ofToaJiffiltiiVi. --. " "
JXX?r''' -'h0f!" "lV? '.-!? JJS Bryan Suggests That Marshall,
---' nnu vssiiiku ssn. im.wnn - - . wni lei iiMi -i isnisi. n wiiai
Then Harding Be Put in
Nrvc Yohk. Nov. 4. Returns which
ttte been received from tbe state of New
Mfiini indicate that state has gone into -Vlock In the afternoon, while the Hamil
the Republican column. With the report J ton Brown Shoe Companv will cloc all
in from New Mexico, Harding now has , jfn-moon.
37 sutes and Cox II. ! The main
in the afternoon in order to allow every
one to participate in the general jolufi-n -. . mij n-.t. :
n. Tlie University Will close at 31 """-- " " ". r-a
nation rccried a 1425 ma-
;.-:... . -.I ,n,.l ,Ata nl -' VIX
men! No. 9 providing for a bond Issue of " biHv".
$1,000,000 to create a soldier's settle- CaidAcd; Nov. 4. Wilham Jennings
ment fund. Bryan here today suggested tliat Presi-
dent Wilson Immediately resign.and allow
STILL ROOM IN GIRLS' HOUSE (.Vice-president -Marshall to become pres
ident. He lit turn would resign in Me
and Fall Flower Show
HOOT JU E StCMTARY OF STATE
TUsniCTON. Nov. 4. The report that
HSm Root will probably be appointed
Secretary of tSate has been accepted
here and from it, it is taken to mean that
the Republicans tliat are in favor of some
not ol a League of Nation have the up
per band in Republican affairs. In ddi
lioa to this report it has been announced
list Harding has made the statement
Jul he. will call a non-partisan confer-
tact to dius his association of nations.
, IIAKDINC AND OUCCO TO MttT
IWvnsviiae, T, Nov. 4 The. pres
ident elect of Mexico and the president
" tlect of the United States will probably
Beet here next week according to reports
which have been sent out from here to
day. Plans are being made by the
Brownsville Clumber of Commerce to
Lne the lo president-elect lo meet.
All Interested In Co-operative Homecnibcr,wheuCongrcconvenes'and then
May Apply Saturday. would appoint President-elect Harding
The folloviii!Jc is a partial list of the to the presidency. Cnja suggests that
girls who regiitcrrd last Saturday mora .Marshall should appoint Harding as See
ing for rooms in the Uimer9iiy Co- iHarj of Stato and then be would be in
crcratie Hne for tlie second semester- direct line to take the office of President.
feature of the celebration . r . . ... ... fin,, .,,;.. aizabelh Warren, norence 'McLagan, Mr. Bryan said:
vifl be a parade of former service men in 1 of (n(. 4, 3 o-,. yesterday after 1 r- N'dhe BrecUnridge, Mary Lenorc "The laws of the nation will put Hard-
conjunction with iwji omer orsj"'"- noon in , be Commercial Qub room. The , w ,,i,0, "nn-r. jiarnci joun- mg in line tor me cnair 11 ine program
lins. TheparauVwnU begin at jo cuw. ..,.,,, ),,,, ,,4. on, Sara aier, ijdih iinni, rjra is caniea out. ine people voie.1 agauisi
Leaded by Ma or James Gordon who will j . , ,on(i Tuesday in Febniarv. bc:h Frank, Ela Bradley, Horrnce ro.,the Uague and Wiisonism and to me It
ler. Mildred Northrop, trance uain, , terms only ntting that nilson resign, lie
Matguente Aellner. Florida Parwns' kill surelj find it no pleasure to come
Mary Collier, Jane Hackney and Florence into contact with a Republican Congress
Shaper. in December. This program will also
The rumor has been started Inat ine psc Vice-L'resident .Marsnall an opportu.
I by Maor James Gordon who will f .. d Tui.T t- Pebniarr.
be followed by a section composed of tlie , h hetn fa- t0 0,i a rrjnt
socaUonal students in the University. iai a wl &(, show nt;anitit ear
Other sections, including the members uh m timUt 0 je-offered this
of the R. O. T. ( and Jund, the Colum- uatmL ,n MdiuUm a , pri2e f J50
v:. tr rni1irs. ihe D. A. R former 1 j . 1 r t oc 11 1.- -.....!
..,- m, crciian. and many others . . ... 4. j.i. t .!, .1,. ..,, honse will not be properly healed because city to it in the president s chair for a
will form behind 'the first section which 1 5mpr0TeIIien, in mcit Uwim beginning atl l'" management will be unable to get short lime an honor which he has not had
will serve as the head of the parade at ime and ,;,, ,,! ncit falI.I"oagh coal, but the (irativc House and one-which he has well earned,
fnlleei, avenue end Broad-ay, Reprrsen-1 . n. ., 1,:, i.wn . .1., - Board announced vcterday that the total Bryan declared that he knew notlung
tatlves from surrounding to-ns in the , bu, hnul(r-end -hi name at onreMo amount of coal necessary for use dunn;of a proposed conferencebf Democralte
I nr --ijn.:.! uvhAn, I ' r t fr., ,1. h!nw irm tti. .IrMilv been sccuced trader, of the rountrv.
couniv win ioii ". -i.- - icne 01 -ine louoviinz memners 01 me ,v " - -- -- - .-. -
Stephens -and uinsuan
Ln.l lirn rroLDS ol slxt
alike, who will march in to separate
One thousand, three hundred tad tweo
ry'4ive hare Ja, sold. The' number" sold
by. the diffeftnr sHtialsns of the Univer
sity in charge of subscriptions is' as fol
io ws: ' r
School of Engineering 187, er 65 per
cent of quota. '
School of Mtaieine, 26, or 81 per cent
of quota. t
School of Ojjnjwref , 12, or S3 per cent
of quota. 4' r
School of Jaarnslitm, SS, or (0 per cent
of quota. ,
School of UV, 47, or S7 per cent of
School of Education, 33, or 33 per cent
of quota. a -
College of Arts nd Science, 219,
or 21 per cent of quota.
As yet no reports have been received
from the College, of Agriculture and tbe
The increase .in lis number of Copies Lf.
sold auring inearss oai o wc vym
over last rear Is attributed by Uk solicit.
ors to the different sytlem nsed Uu year
which makes the mirttr of buying a Sav
itora question of loyalty to the school in
wlucn ine siuaieui is eniwc k -
Colleges, will llb. Mre Umei Cotdotu Mrs. J. G., through l busme-s office of the. I'm-,
girls dressed) Bahh orSTW C C Bowling. .scrsit). .
r)l..l!l,r.,kii nnnll r,ns.li-i1l It tiia
OiaAvrv niw ..... . - - j laiiilaije, "UIUUJ iuuiu vav-aa iu sssv-i
sections. Tlie 'Boone County Semce nnnu M t j, hiable for indi
I ice Committee of the Y'. W. "C A. Miss
Dorothy Broefflc, county -nurse, for Boone
w. a a.
TTin, .r, i,m. rooms still asauable '
1 the Co-operatise House. The Board! University
1 -t r .. 1 !...) I tti nn.i ... - -. . . , i . -11 1.1.1 wMtnit,, nufttii SsFArdsv .
rlag, tne omy one ui n "" - nduais not 10 wait until spring in Jiegin "" "" "" -1 -- - . . . . , , c, . , c,.,
.1 n f it,ri-Tof tlie tiaride-J: . tui. :. .!.-.... r .1.. momine n Roam 0. bawment of the At a recent meeting of the Social .erv
UUilf i sn ---- - ., : llui'lUivriiiiAi. (lui aM- axA-siii wi tsv i-
The flag has 1532 -stars, each star rcpre- jclt to pi,nt fay shrubs. jbbrary Building.
senting a former service man ol "ilirewn.; Tfe amount taken 1 'in at the Flower j SPECIALS FOR NOV:
,y with a B. rcco Tr --, held tne tvn.gl.lsot iinuitr, Umonc the school-children of the county.
mere are a. -."- - ---- ouiiainB m viuu ... ,, -.w. 1 Arranging to Accommodate rraitic -1. j, ,n nsiheiic to see bow many
for thcwi died lor tneircoumry . "cn, VM awarded 1B p., From Southwest. of the bojs and'giri sre handicapped in
star was sewed on the flag by the soldkr.TI aim of the Garden Club is to make, George R. Hecker, travelling parfog I c,,iif!r tMr health by such very
mother or by members of the family. 4 Columbia the mo,t beautiful city in Mis-, Jgen, of ,,,e u t '& T. Railra,i, was Mii ,!,.. - fa .fid. "Often when I
After marching down on "rda ' soun. r Columbia today making arrang-ments fen bck lo a boot whCTe I have been
??2'-lPZ - -dlA FIUE.V?TH-El7llRiEk' HOMEi-" " " -Ujl-fc-, J J "-"anlo,
About $300 Damage Done to" Roof, Mr. Hecker will investigate at Po6n.Lifan tndr ,,j because they have no
and Third Floor- l"11. Joi'ln' Hrriwhville. Nevada, J-, toothbrushes, and tlwir mothers cannot
Between four and five hundred dollars I iaon -"J Tina """ """ '" ,uc)!et them one.
foWeV'Spiiker Eails'of Elec-
bos After Thirteen umsec- -utive
Terms in Congress.
ftr Vshrl Trot. '
' S. linns. Mo Nov. 4. Champ Clark
'today conceded his defeat for Congress
in the Ninth district.
The defeat of Champ Clark, former
speaker, and for thirteen consecutive
terms a member ol Congress lrom .Mis
souri. Vis indicated in the returns late
yesterday afternoon. Clark, who earlier
in the day bad kept close to i. w. iius
riede, former, chairman of the Republi
can state committee, was out distanced by
later returns, 182 of the 268 precincts in
toe-ninth district, showing Hukriede 5,-
m m ue tesu. .
,1LL REORGANIZE GRANGE
IN HOMECOMING DAY PARADE
Rocky MounUin Clttb Make
The Rocky Mountain Club, composed,
of students from the Rocky Mountain'
stales, is planning to participate in the '
Homecoming .Day Parade. Too follow
ing committee has been appointed, t'
handle the matter: Paul P. Howard, La-'
mar, Colo.; Victor Keen, Pueblo, Cplo.;
Miss Mary Wright, Raton, N. Mea.
Tl,., Tltili 1 iilsn nLanninr.to slart an
As-taigsvV!-.iwliieTrr't! v -
Univeniry of Missouri is their hoafe .J,
sUtesTTTds wilt consisL of newrof th
L'arrersity which would liksiy prove al- .i
tractive o prospective-students arid newt '?
of the activities of tbe present students
in the University of Missouri who are
from the Rocky Mountain sutes. The
committee in charge of this is: Robert P.
Snedigar, Denver; Miss Dorothy Dunn,
Denver; and Eugene T. liogue, uton.
The Club is making arrangements for ,
1 dinner to be held at Harris' some time
next week. The committee arranging the "
affair is; Miss Lula Cram, Colorado
Springs; Sam Underwood, Cheyenne, .-
Wvo.: Jaaaes T. Orton, Lamar, uiio.;
and Clare Magee. Beaver, Wyo.
auu uwv.. -- - ... . Tl...
way up to where tliey sianea iroia. ...c,
will then break ranks and form around
the two speaker stands on East and est
Broadway. rie minut" !" -
I rovided for each stand.
Tbe evening rrogram will include a
Unquet by the vocational students ol
the University and possibly a dance lor
all former service men of the town and
county. However, these plans have not
vet been fully completed, though definite
arrangements are especled to be "
aMiex! Monday", meeting of the Herbert
Williams Post of the American Legion.
xi.if.ine Men Join Army. 1
j .. A i .t- r., .1 ik.iroad. and will add extra service to ac.
turses home, Niplh and Loo streets, ' lommodate the hears traffic. He has
at 9 o'clock this morning, according to'"J- " definite plans jet, but mttndj
Thomas M. Walden, chief of lhefire de-' 1 " 3?fJ tnm Sedalialhat wiU
portment. The fire, which bruke-out on !' " Columbia about 10 o clock on
the roof aroun.1 the chimney, is attnbut- Thanksgiving morning. This train will
ed To the fact that the furnace is t,l leave shortlj after the game and will en
large for"ihe Hue. Only the roof and . 'We lhe.pcople to get home by midnight,
third floor were damaged. 'A special train will bring the Warrens-
This is the second time this fall that 'R wnurgrnt to "!j1ii in lime to
a fire has broken out there. There was V Ub: Columbia. special.
no insurance. " ..u.t -... . ,........ ..
m as an estimate 01 ine amnuni 01 irani
INJURED vrt 'I '. K. '.T. for lhe Missouri-
Kansas game is obtained.
both of McBaine community, were ac
cepted at tbe Unit .f JJsHmUb Cecil Purdy's Hand Wa. Durnt ST. LOUlLTJMNrf6
ruiL. IWe-and left this morning ior .u .....1.1 i . i..l.
Tlie girls of the committee soled 10 each
give a toothbru'h and 10 ask. tneir
friends 16 gTvo toothbrushes so that each
cHld. might be supplied with a tooth
brush of Ids own. One girl of the com
mittee will -bo appointed to go with Miss
Broeffle when she distributes lhe brushe
and will rcporfto the committee at the
PLAY HOOKEY HERE
Prohihition Wins in 17 Voting
Districts Out of
GLAStOW, SCOTUMX, NO. -Q. ""
Cm prohibition election to be held here
it is reported that 146 "ting diricts
I.. - ..., --A 17 Iiuve rone dry. The
- Vets are report to be elated as the Ih
? fMliuirtsl ri-r. will remain wet. Only
101 saloons out of 1.S88 will bo forced
.lo elcwe their doors.
TL- J -1.- r.nrtl 111 be CUtCd
tire UIJ IC - ' ' . ,
on the outcome of the election as Ihey
claim they ha.e now procured a wedge
-j ,i,.i : ;tl mw if riven a liii""
Mothers' Club to Mt.
The Crant School "Motbers' Club wiU
ncet Thursday afternoon" t -,,otl1otl'
, .1 .- - .-;. 1 mi-erina me wv i---- - ,
W U!M.U IU - .r.-- -" -, , . ... ,. mn UrSU, ". "" . . ).t.t. .n.
methods, evercises d. V!1?; ,0lCome atueted to the F.Ity-second in ,. .( mU go forv (pja for non attendance. Thirty of these were
brine children of denciem "W "r , lr.. 1 ... .. .1 1. -J 1.. ,,,1 ... ,.;1J .T.miJ,ii.n. r.nn. c, !',. m In -lml after their parents bad
.D.,"l,"trn-, oVshe'Snre ' rir.Twotnan to Vole Here. . drawn in with the theet and rreed be- to Columbu for .U Washougamabeen no.ifiedL ,roar,ners were later
todcr v-right- Viola Jni"L , 'Xifilnbia to cast The entire palm of her hand was blist. . appointed with Arch Klein ast chairman (work for a few days. Four were excused
r.. rmmtv Clnb to Mi. Wns toS SLVat the head of the tred, uklng off most of the sUn. Be-j to arrange for special Pullmans to leivejen account of sickness, and four upon al.
Casa County "'ViSmeet at7:30,a te. She aund. at the burnedrher hand was vd,.HSl. Loui.-Fnd.y night before .thV gameJEdant r ihe.rp.renu that lhey were not
.SftSnrY. Ml cTBuUd-'liU of J- .--' ,b ,hW . y b, ll.e,.nuc,ing roller. - and return Saturday nigh,. - .ahfe .. aend sehooL
King. Finds Atlendanee
Countv Schools Good.
Onlv eiehteen ouoils of. Boone County
GAME schools are onexcused non-attendants xtj
. ... .. . . ji. .. .t . r...t .. .1 H M.
utnee nv, "----,. . ... , Ih-main nnd crusneo; tn a aiangie. iconung 10 snp uciur !..
. - xl,- nrabablv will lea.e ine main 1 rt.m . ... r. o-l.l if:.. ...,.-..I.ai nmlince officer.
recruiting station at St. Lou" J0?."? a" mangle at the DornCIoney laundry Pullman Accommodations. ' The report shows that during October
, HL, whero they will be-
Jwhile working there this doming andi The St. Louis Alumni of the UnhersHy I seventy-two pnpils have been reported
... .. . . ., ,, . Kt r .. 1 TV.:..., .f were
PLENTY OP ROOMS L&tt
Short Course StosleiiU May "Secure
Them From Y.JLCA.
TW nnr still k tafficient number of
good ropjnsfoT shoncourse student to
take care of all who apply, according to
Y. M: C. A. official, who are conducting
a, bureau for the aeconunodation of the
The number who hate applied for
tooms has been tiaatler than expected,
due to the fact tharMnany of the swdosta
bad arranged fer their rooms in advance.
1. ., vMirrdav 165 had registered
in the short course and it is thought that
the list is prscUcally eompinc .i
registered Ute on account of.the national
election. The number of students in The
second year of the short course H larger
than ever before.' .
There will b a meeting oC all short
course iiudentsMn the Agricultural Audi
torium Frid.y night before the rnase
meeting. The meetini will be dssnussed
in time lo attend, lhe mas, meeting.
FEMININE CIRCUS FRIDAY
a r. a. "Will Perform ta One Rta
Friday will be drcu. day in Columbia.
The Women'. Student Covertupeni Asso
ciation will convert JtothweU rxMie.m.
I... . rcns.irouad with all tbe ude-
shows snd cIuwbs that are a part of any
-i. Tk Ant act will begin at 8
o'clock In the ereniag.
tv.. de-show, are 'ondct the wpeT-
vision oi;ii. Martha McUndon. Miss
Marie Parker i tfalelni'the atUete. for
tbe acrobatic stirats, Mis. WJa wyatt
This is tkevfit. of a setie. 'ef.S. C.
A. mixers tlie stvMisasyi'. xs
TeaiieTnt TkM-U Vote-V
Tbe publK sc!efcrCcfittU7were
pismissco ai - - ..., , -
dtr that the teachers might have, plenty
of time to vote.
jlattrestiia Oldest .National Farm
I Body KeTiTM.aerc.
TThe 'local chapter oftte Grange, the
country, will be reorganized at a meeting
WreTJecember ICO. Raine. of Haiti.
Mi; stale master ef the organization, will
bepreaentto assist, in the reorganization.
,. Before the war, the Grange was a strong
prganlaadon in1 the University, having
about 100 members. During ,the war the
ehacter'difd aid interest Is just now be
ing -revived in if. Practically all of the
professors in tbe College of Agriculture
are members. .
..The Cranae was organized about fifty
f-u .-.V..J I.. .twvn. nwirn iiUuh
members at present. It is a farmers'
organization snd is social and education
aL Tbe chapter also promote co-operative
buying, and selling for 'the farmers.
Many of tbe chapters have lodge halls.
The 'Crsage1 is a secret ' society and
membership is gained only by election.
TO SPEAK FRIDAY
Meetinr Tomorrow .Night Also.
' The '.mass meeting before the Kansas
Aaaies jane will be htldi 7:15 o'clock.
Friday .night. The oWt.ef the Univer
sity Auditorium,' where the meeting will
be. held, will be opened at 7 aw o clock.
The University Band, the Ouadrangle
Orchestra and the Glee dub will furnish
musical. pep. WiHiam Nardin of St.
Louis, a graduate of the University, wdl
speak. ' Miss Mary Cbern and William
Sapp.wiil .also. speak. Miss Chora is a
student' in tbe University.
1 It ...probable that F. G. Harris, State
Senator from tfaia district will address
the meeting also.
BATTBKY B" IS COMPLETE
torianlzatiot. ITrD Be Formed in Ar
The recraitlag eCBattery $ of the
Missouri, Nsiwaal Cttard'hu been com
pleted aad.tbe baMHy wffl be organized
at Its first meeting in the armory touiaht.
Tbe tvecesssry fifty' men have been rigned
ear sad a Kfalar stats inspection will be
tBasktoniiht-by WBbir F. Marbg, Jr,
raptaia of tbe battery.
Paddling- of Joe Uptegrove Leads to
Warranu have been sworn out in Judge
nell's court against seven-students in the
School of Engineering of the University
charging them with assault on Joseph T.
Uptegrove, senior in the School of Law
The defendants are Roy W. Jaeger.
505 Conley avenue; M. S. Lattimore 665
South Fourth .tree!; Virgil H. SavUIe,
108 South Sixth stree; Aimer E..Srhtv
bert, 505 South Fourth street; Ralph A.
Munkers. 709 Ilitt street: Oscar Rotty,
505 Conley avenue; David Goldburg, 311
At 12:50 this noon a group of students
were standing on the mounds and Upte
grove came out of Academic Hall asd
walked across the campus (a the eoluians
to "join them. One; of thn engineers, came
out to the mound and told him that lhey
wanted to see him a minute.
He walked 'over to where they were
and they told him he had broken a rale
and would 'have to stand paddling. He
refused and they seized him and paddled
AWARDED 12,000 FROM WABAW ;
Veict,Made by Court for Death of
Mrs. Julia BelL
In'the suit of William RnenzL adainiS",
trator. against the Wabash Railroads
brought on the charre of causing the',;
aeatb of Mr. Julia Bell, August, lf, . j
ih nlslrrtllt . mrAA tnm ilimisnrV
l .L- et .. r . . j -5
uj uiy vjn:uit uran loaay. , - 4
Mrs. BelL who lived at Sturtmo. had
started across the railroad track when the;,,
train struck her. causing almost iiat6 t,
ate desih. 2
Divorces were granted to twelve cesv
plea in. the Urcait court this morning ay
Judge David Harris. '
Today's wsslon of Crcuit Court ended 4g
at 11 JO o'clock this morning and coa; Jssj
pletes the October term. '-M
TORCHLIGHT PARADE STAG
HeW by aUad. Loeal G. O. P.'C
aerate vlrtory. .,
A torehtsaht procession, recalling the
(political rallies of a feneration sap, was
celd lasr night by Republican .todeas.
and eitizeaa of rVklnrnKia 1 eelebratsssi
of the Republican latidAdeToeadaf.
l-edny part of the Columbia basd, mw
rroceuvoa. about sixty strong, faraoe
u-rougn the busine. district.
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