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For Cnmbia and vicinity: Partly'' T (JK H A K D I N f , S
i TT Mi'jouri: Rain, probably tonight
WilLur F. Maring, Jr., Elected m1 SawJy; somewhat mnnn tonight..
n jow pressure lias developed in the
I Southwest aW it U travelim- .11.'
j cast nofjhea'.t; cloudiness is en the in-1
jcreae'i"n ttc Win of this depression!
as Jar eat a the. Mississippi Hirer, but
Caplaiij of the National
Guard Unit Organized
I INSPECTION NEXT
'Expresses Appreciation to Thos
Who Supported Him.
i W, 1. reUoiCho was defeated for
ATT7W n "DTATT?rpf,ifl'tic' Congress frojn this dUtriet
IMJLVV tlADliNrjl fctSydRojcKrave. out tlivMloring
c i , . p """" ' To the many friend who supported
Settling of the War Debt and'rae in mr candidacy for reflection to
Working Out Terms of .Cons1 to express heartfelt ap
. pM. t . a iDrcciiuon. Any -disappointment which
I eace Treaty Are frito have had M result of defeat.
Among Tasks. . iwliicli came in the-nation-wide landslide,
'is more than iuei,iy the knowledge Wat
- ,: f. cnn i i i i'i,-..,ii . .i -. iui mean mrrelicn imJltsoaife. IhonsUdc
jmpaign for -00 to Remodel ,lnJ At eastward, iwrth, and Lowden Vnllnro Wit'H,. Teatcd. there if sati-faetisn in tb? knal.'
tlic AnnorjvJVill Be Start- f f fcrnlut" ' 1 t! i f r i . 3n - T & ,h
ill SooiilM.tprt,;., f0t d'rerJ mncl'' ,lMURh w"- ' r.a"i Ud Considered district the vole- given me exceeds thsf
cd Soon Entertain
i o on mc turn lo rulurr in the Northern
txrept rough m tiiuls travclior over!
"As Possible Members
to Bo Named.
ruiv mm rtc muierrti into tlie stile .Hismim nl. .j - ..-. . . tT.i.. ....
luy. lie organization was assured of l Dau- Tl I ) . tonfrnm ,iT T toP,f-,nce il!
.JL... i.e. i . .i ci. ... . fl,"a.t,,: TI'f highest temueratnre (tMront (he new cabinet when 1! U
in wioraDia yesterday -was 62; and tliri .amw bT "CsidenKjeet Hardinc,
jKrmactnt hie itlen these, fifty men were !
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SnlWbSS; nST"ro '"" " '"r' Z11 "W'S " ecipira;i:;; 'tcularding ha, l)n;,5 rtt "
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TOsar r .Manng, Jr was elected
Cipuni. Veirce II. Meilerm'jxr as
tamed first Iiejiciunl and Karl 1'agc sec
end Iiestenmu Steward 1tler, an tx
1 acrice tcan of the thirty.fiftU division
wo arpeiifled ret sergract by Captain
jIm- Oilier appointments of non
r rwmar"1!!! aV.-T. will 1c nude this
of llw head d the tick-tr.prOTing that the
imblic i not sIIojciIkt unapprecialive
of Hitler tendered. The farye lead gir
en roe hfre at home, in. Coluiaib ,jind
Corfli eotinty, is a jfrnrcc of genuine sat
isfaction. VhiIe deiealtd, I am neiiher
disgi untied nor discouraged. Since the
result cf the rlcctien became known, id
many Repubtieaiuiu well as Panocnt t.
hate spoken kind Vorrij and giren such
incerc evidences of real jfisappointmcnt
year igo yestfidar th- hiii- iennoLncineBis as to who-the ne cabi
temperalui: wa 41 and the lowest ,. iK! "ko"" iU le,'loeat pohdral lead
. rrcririiauon UOa Noon es.erdar- " ,UVt P1"! lte which look, ,ral ,nc S,.10S ' -" ' ""?
drr hull.. 59; bulb, 47- rrla. vehi f llu! 1A ; Secretary of StjteJ ss.' J"111 t''"" ...
midirr. S9 r em, 7 , .1,IT Z! i E"1'" ". "V of t!,, Trca.ur.1 , . "'' ?' J3iwp lh'""''-
halb 49- ww i.T-t?, - , . 7 '.' ,w.rrnor JW.Ien of 11Iiim: Allwiirf.i1"1 r"f ' Wl, 1 an ro.t
y if pr ivnu ?an roe t(Jav firlJ Lr .1... v-. c.. r- . , i -n'wy , , w-1 , . .i.,,i .
"' P- ,n- Agriculture, Senator Wallace ot Iowa "- """' T-fatisfjUieir i. -Vs 1 look
I TZ'!:r..'T'ld C6UNT v ABSENTR- ni. ?J Secretary of uVo'r.oVNo: , 5? -? Prondnent in rny
.... .-.. .-,..., t.,-.,,tlurj, ""'' tan of CalitornU is named. Herbert ,maa- ean neTcr lorgetoKor wouia 1
$ t , . Arcon.I'"s '" !n.'- a.s wn al ; Sixty-icTen Persons Send Votes Hf rn Hoow "J r'l J are a! eon- thc P"" "f5 Bma t"1
I 4e Slate rcrosnifcs the unit tlic coiTrn- .. ,.. .". '0,es II(re .;.li .. !l.!i..i r ... .'.,', miarirriL rorr.,r Ril. iH tr.tmn .ir,.
t- Bcntwdlcqaii. them with uniform field' . '" wunlM', - - .17.".."
,i, a.,1 horjc Durins the wiute-j """X, 'rJ'l'!-T.?!C!?,,!,,.e prrtau-.- , ' JoitL-e day-wa pfuaraeter lo inspire
jawuiii an work, wm w inMOc iiut aJt.,. , .. . w ni. r. . n i r , . , njone. One hadBlw lo spend a nun-
' mm as sp,inS comes los hikes and P" s'"" V.-Davs, county 1 J ' J mh n JLm
' 6eld trips will be tAu ' "! J"I "tJl-Jfvjru. ..uch fulv ', VT ' . T , I", "K" . b-orb enlhaiiasm. iAho:l pic-ure w,. .
r .Manecand'twolieutenan'tsiresoinr Kn. wh5 Mrft mbq to wort out the , tern, of' ,, a,ei "
-r t. start a campaign for f500 to rcftodeK"1,0. 'i-''''- Wfa, and cult those nfC,'rc? f . - Me be r gg,1 lhae fi j, .
fanrr Tberoima ure to be open at S1 ,W2Hr marked. Uenry ""fl.wl' '"".""y for-fonnu JX T "".
.U M to menber of tho unit and af. K .f: ; '" RfPri"-. , SiKS Zl M.T TaiaUr, J Jve neer fell that I
trr each ravelins entertainments will be'!Td TC " ""''"' and W. C. Ste.. '" J'".30 Iuro 'V.,a.lr "P" ,Ule am of the iVneft the snccessfurnoIiJ
,,, ucuocrauc, were la iu-Jrcs ".' .V '-.""" :"luul" " ,!,. At, i,r'!.n,u ,.
than does public" oCcc This being true, ,
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The following persons from.Colomba CoTtn""- IVden will be eocfrome.t! I to lcrward?ilh pleasure to a reti'
A CHANGE IN SCHOOL SOCIALS 'n"n ab" 'ols: 1m Hnby 3Uo' ''f ' ,h,: w a1"! w haiel fi.nce ia Colombia after March; 4. Jr.
,. T T r? -r',!r- .of- L l'or' "I 'Wen. F. ffIT,,JcJ?t foortK? tilh", dollars !tV meantime IIedge m best effom
Pw-Helltmc Conned Forbids Ex- - fvinc. 5b Ola Tc-ner. J. Lr.Turma. ! hor'V , gll,on' hlch ''""Ce nd nwl faithfolerrices to cash and tr
pen3ic Parties. Prof- HIL-Kresekopf: t illi-m DeY-iik "n' toa' f-ur auJ on f biHion d! . cremitBcnt."
ucuc ar"-uH-aaya ci eiprnsne panics -jtu i'lcmeciers. l'aal Jr. schowen "-""i " jjuciij nuica. lie wiuf v f
The stWe from now on as set by the dit .erdt Sir. Merpiret P. f-Phee'er, ,0 P.r01ril3' forsocn billion 'fi-,e bun j OUT OF HOSPITAL AGAIN
ferent fratnm-tn-s en the campus will beMi-s Bes- H. dark. Mrs. . Anna V.r di-.-d-ailEuu dollars in t, four billioiji ,
to lire njtel partii but
At tie .regular meeting
Icik Council at the Delta
orv latt niptif l!v. Mnim
tcssteion- forbiddoijj- any fraternity to fe Mr3v-jS.-iTerW. Lr Dorpn.it'' f31 and-"fifty.radlions.are needed To. bleachers at the football game last Sv i . . ,
gift more than ont formal daces eadi ft- Keel. E. M. Fmlaj, Miss Coldie Hu '' War -Risk-Insurance Bureau.. Tw.l rdar, was oVcharged from the bjspi'x' 1 .1. - a- 'nC-?
teM year. -'en, L. F. hort, frank L. Stnckey, Miss 1',aid'e! "df tr millions are needed i ' xlay. 1500 vl" l
to limit the ex O'ter, .Mm JJiubetli Ijon, Mrj. Amelia " ral'n nasg irom tlic cites -prSoIdicr Who J-elj, Froai Kleaehers-Is ;
Kirgv Wi.E. KmcJler. J. E. Robertrtn, ia ,tx vhici' ta5'''e5 qen all ocr rrj.i Discharged Seeoad.Tioic. H I" '7
of the Pan-Itel- C . Ellis, Eoaia U. 'lane. A ,. "a'don arc demanding to be repcalecVt Jlenry Montaguer-io.was-'adfflittedr'i. ,I!(, SAVfl
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FACES IN 1921
Picturesque Figures Long Prom
inent in National Capital
Now to Disappear As
1 Result of Landslide.
Harding Practically Certain of
Having 'H)4 Electoral Votes
to 127 for Governor
sJ'iimjf--iafo oj..-a jt-wk-acji
The nens for this naHr is nil lo Inina Rose. Tho-ias Nrwlrr. Pm( I n connection with expenses-from the Cii
exceed $10 per man. The fraternities. Elhif, Miss Kathryn Ifcary, Miss Kcllie ar 'n lt 'orm - remlons and other
lure the tight to give one party each Mae Kitchens Miss Dora E. liams, S. T. Pen- One billicn, two hnndied mil
rlini.l irrni rml f,.r t,rv iiarim lL- n . Simpson. Miss ElhVI Xr-rin. Mm Wm Bon is iiectird for intrrtst on the national
K-iTpent on ihe andhidual ruenuW is I Johnsion. V O. Dixon, Mi-a Eliza Single ieht fn1 0,Iler ePnses wluch are con '.drained today. The following were dis
rot to exceed S.5. Small house dances I ion, M"w3 Frona Hams Miss Mamie Ja in-cted with the national debt. Icharned etfrdaY: Allen NonrelL Cash
are encouraged. There is no b'miutiontcobs, Mr. Odn Guitar. Henry C. Sat-j 1 rborntoa. C B. Miller. Edwell Breggle
, .Miss Uorotuy rrendi, a student at
"liris'iin College, was admitted to the
-ospital this morning. Miss Grace Proe
lor whose borne is in Centralis, was also
en the number of these that may be giyen
bat the individual assessment tnust .not
be moic than $1.50 for each roan.
JOURNALISTS TO MEET HERE
Association of Journalism Depart
ments to be in Colombia Christmas.
The Association of American Schools
and departments of Journalism will meet
in Columbia during the Christmas Holi.
days. The association is an organization
ef lea Universities which have certain
ttindards of admission to 'the School of
The president :s Dean Wflter Williams
rf thc University of Missouri, and the
eccrctary is Prof. TV. C. Blcycr of the
Uuhcrsity of Wiscon-in.
The American Aseociation of Teachers
of Journalism will meet in Si, Louis on!
Uctemher rb T) an J 30. 1-ollowing tne
Bwttmg of the Association, the members
will come to Columbia where th-r will
list Jay II, Ncff Hall, the new School
-4 of Jcumaliun.
Tlie president of the A-sociation iJ
Prof II. 'F. Harrington of tlie University
of Illinois, and the- i-ccretary ii frol. J,
s- L Brum of tin- University of Michigan.
terlce, Sliss Winifred Warren, K. Tave ,
Rogers and Mr.. Bettie CarrolL
WILL WORK FOR A BUILDING'
TO HAVE PAY-UP WEEK j ind Miss Mddrcd Schroeder.
Board Plans Active Cara-if,!r f" Methodist rhurches.in Ihe Mis-
naizn This Year souri Conference. A meetlne of ih-
A movement for a Woman's Building ' presiding elders of the Missouti Confer
for Missouri was decided upsa as the CECe was recently held at Moberly at
31. E. Charch SeU Date to Collect LOCAL TEACHERS TO SPEAK
(Seven Trom Here Are on Program
IW ember 14 to21 is Pay Up Week
in County Will Be Finished
; Tltc official iotc for Boone County is
bone compiled in ihe office of County
Otk C. W. Davis todaj.'The returns
are in fiom all the precincts but the
tjtalj cannot bs determined before Mon
day, There is considerable doubt as to the
sujonty received by the amendments in.
the county ouuide of Columbia. Re
turns from Hallstille indicated that there
would not be as many votes in favor of
lie amendmTits as indicated by the Co
TELEPHONE GIRL SLAIN
years work of ilortar Board, hocoran
senior women's fraternity, at its meet
ing Wednesday night.
Letter are lieing sent to various pre
cincts of votnen's clubs over th? state
to stir pp sentiment regarding the mat
ter amljii influence an approjtfiation by
the state legislature. "
A flo4t with a miniature Woman
Buildina will be in the parade on Home
coming l)ay and tags will be worn ad
verting the moveraec
rvman bnddma would serve a
tivcfold Vurpose."" Mi-s Eva Johnston.
ediiser if woiacn, said. "Fh-st, there
would 14 the phvMcal lieLctits of 'good
gymna-rptn. Tlic room .which has con
stituted ihe woioenV gymnaiumiriAca
demic Hall is inadequate. Pt iharn.nHirc
irrportant than tliis lioncVcr, is the" ioc-
-ial adiaatagrs which would come from
such a budding. There would be email
racms where different organizations could
hare meetings of "both a business and soc
ial nature. Eiery university of size has
such a tiuildiilg and I am anxious that
Missouri thai! not lie left behind in this
which the work of the Centenary move
ment was discussed and this date se
for collecting all pan due Centenan
The Missouri Conference heads the
list in payment of pledges lo the present
time but there are many who hare not
paid. lasts of these will be mado by
each church and committees appointed
wl will make a personal canvass for
the money. A total of 40 per cent plede-
ed lor live J ears is now due.
SO IlI.UMEIc CAN ATTEND.
Body or Victim, IS Years' Old, Fonnd
in SI. Louis.
Sr. Loif! Nov. 5.- Tlie bodr of MIsi
Edna EHis with her throat, cut from ear
to car was found In a vacant lot here ear
ly this morning by police. She was 18
years eld and was a stenographer era-
ployed by the Bell Telephone Compaty.
Her throet had been cut by a razor.
Court Names Administrators.
Foster and Sidney Martin were appoint-
d administrators ef the estate cf Lin-
eela It. Mattis of Ashland today by the
probate court. Henry Jeclrirs VrtJ ap
pointed adisirtratsr ef the ttt of-
Marr Nancv Stcrhrm ef Columbia. J.
B. Coleman was appointed ettrtterof tne
estate of Lawrence, Haiti and MaiFjllcd
Fire Causes SI 00 Loss,
A fire cau-ed $100 damag- this after
noun at the home of D. E. Lire, negro,
303 Trjee. avenue, sesterday afternoon,
lonred to Ccoree Kerr. Tlie fire depart
men! exlincuuhed Ire re. A tarn
burned don at the home of J. B. Hdl,
303 Price avenue yesterday afternoon.
Ihe building was destroyed before tlie
fire department anhed.
Mrs. Mav W. Bcrcner Asks Divorce.
A suit'for divorce was filed with the
circuit elerk today by May W. Bergner
against George E. Bergncf. 3frs. Berg-
rer alleges that Bcrgrer was creel and
failed to support her, allowing the Red
Cross lo pay hospital expenses for her.
They were married June 22, 1910.
Inspecting Coaaly Schools.
& E. Northcutt, couatysupcrintcndenf
of schools, and Dr: "K AT Nomr are vis-
tiinr Raone County schools lo inspect the
physical condition of pupils. Today ihty
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ere viiiing scnoois nr uimimt.
Admit Taree Stndents' to Hospital.
r.tM Vir-iit Harris and EJtaex L'Tit
water, tcth University aludenrsJroe-ad-ll
mitted l Parker Memorial n5naiTO-
ucdiy. wecueii picssius ....ii
to ibf bosrital ye-twuy.
.Moves to Accommodate
jnrcd Football Player.
Herbert Elumer, Tiger tackle, attended
i hi clans in Sociology for thc fin lime
this morning since he sustained major in
juries In the Drake-Missouri game at
Dcs .Moines two weeks ago..
Dr. Charles Ellwood, head of the De
partment of Sociology, held his class in
Room lit of the Acad'Ctic Hall instead
of fourth floor. The class will be held
here lor tne rest ol lias term so as to .ac
commodate Blumer who will be using his
crutches for wane time yct-
To Discuss Rural Church Problems.
Special lectures dealing with problems
of the rural church and Sunday school
will be given at 9 o'clock each Sundav
morning in the Y. M. CA. 4uditorium by
.eacher in ih University for thc benefit
of ihe students in the Short Course in the
University. It is thought that these stu
dents will be m"re interested in work
dealing widi problems of the rounlr,
ihurch and Sunday school than llie gen
eral Sunday school -wotk. The lectures
will be over in time so that the students
may attend other Sunday schools at the
of State Teachers' Meeting.
A prominent part in the vocational
wo'.k of the State Teachers meetiiij in
Kansas Gty will be taken by representa
tives from Columbia. Dr. H. J. Waters,
former dean of the College of Agricul
lure will speak November 11 on "Agri
cultural Instruction in tlie Reaction to
the Reconstruction Period." Thos. E.
Sexauer cf the College of Agriculture
will spean on "Courses cf Study for thc
In the division of vocational and man
aal training Prof. J. D. Ellift" will speak
on "Opportunities for Vocational Educa
tion in Misouri." In ihe division of the
! classics. Dean Walter Miller will rpcai
on Horaces Sabine Form.
Mis Eva Johnston will speak on"The
Student in Lodgings" S. T. Bratton wiU
speak on Somc Definite Teaching Prob
lems." Mis Ella Victoria Dobbs. assit.
ant nrofe-r of industrial arts, in ll"
University will speak on "Handiwork in
"The. Relation of Club-Work "to Rural
Schools" will be the subject of a talk by
a. II. Emberson, state club leader.
Tag; Day for'the TJnirersity
"l ear UooK.
lete reports from three of
the University, more than
1300 Savitars had been sold up to mid-
eigkt last right.
All the solicitor, rere asked to turn
in theirrepcrts last night, and this morn
ing the follow-up eaupaign began. It is
planned that thi campaign will reach all
those who have not been previously seen.
The following reports from the various
schools were turned in last night: Arts
and Science, 630; Engineering, 233; Ag.
riculrure, 203; Education, 123; Journal
ism.3; Law; 91; Commerce, 58; Medi
cine, 43; Graduate, 20. Total number
Isold, 1531. '
A tag diy campaign began this morn
ing with a number of sorority and non
sorority girls in charge.
FOUR .MORE JOIN THE ARMY
Vi C T. U. Leaves Broadway.
The W. C T. U. are giving up their
hcadcniarlers on Broadway. They had
their-headquarters there during the rec
ent campaign in order tcr get more close
ly In touch with tli voters and to get
greater publicity concerning the thirteenth
Junior English Test Sat. 3 to 12.
A junior English test will be held 9 to
! o'clock Saturday narnint, Nov. 20 in
Rcem 130, Academic Hill. Seniors only
ere- expected to reportjor tnis, examiaa.
31. U. TRACK MAN IS DOCTOR
Radford I'ittam, Tiger Quarter
Miler, Tasscs Medical Exams.
Word has been received here that
L Radford Pittam, former Tiger track star.
has been issued a license to practice
medicine zjuUsurgery by the slate board
of health. Licenses wxre issued to twelve
other students of medicine who took writ
ten examinations at Jefferson Gty early
in tlie month.
Mr. Pittam, who was a quarter miler of
no little ability while at Misouri,. fin
ished his work in medicine at the Univer
sity of Pennsjlvania, and while there
also gained thc recognition of eastern au
tliorilics for work in track.
CLOTHING PRICES REDUCED
Chicago Mail Order Houses Make
By IWe Fvm
CracACd, Nor. 5. The prices on all
kinds of clothing were- reduced aealn br
the mail order houses here today. A re-"
duction of 20 per cent is said lo have
been placed on all kinds of cotton goods.
Dealers -in the city are quoting that
turkeys will be selling at 30 cents, per
pound about Christmjs time.
'"Dr. Hill on Research Committee.
President A. Ross Hdl hit hem elect.
ft! 3 tDCTnbr OI thi aVMiitiV tta
lion, since another test"will be given for, on the National Research Council, diit-
Field Artillery, and Infantry Each
Get Two Columbia Boys.
The local recruiting office of the Unit
ed States Array reports the enlistments of
Gilbert R. Edwards and Emmett W. Mau-
pin yesterday for three years in the Field
Artillery unit. Maupin and Edwards
both live In Columbia and will be nlaced
in" the Artillery detachment here in Co
lumbia which is operating in connection
with the R. Q. T. C.
Paul I. Turner and Jesse II. Thorn
ton en)ited Wednesday for one jear in
thc 53d Infantry. JJoth will be sent lo
Camp Grant, III. where they will be kiv-
Len a course fn automobile mechanics.
CLUB. HOUSE CONTRACT
juntos next semester.
jSion of educational relation.
RUSH FOR HUNTING LICENSES
They Are Being Issued at the Rato
of Twenty-Two a Day.
Hunting licenses ate being issued by
If county clerk at the rate of about
twenty-two a day. Up to the beginning
of the month, 833 licences had been is
sued -since January 1. "lesterday after
noon 942 licenses had been issued, a gain
of 87 licenses in four days.
Last year 1230 IiVnses were issued.
There probably will be a many this year.'
if not more, for the demand is great dur
ing November and December,
, . "HOWLINP 500" S1EET
Ideas for Homecoming Parade Were
There was a "meeting of (he "Howling
500 in the Agricultural Auditorium at
4 o'clock this afternoon. Only the mem.
bers ef 'this band of rooters bearing the
red and blue tickets were admitted.
The program consisted of speeches and
the exchange of ideas for the homecom
ing parade. Stunts for the entertainment
of the crowd between halves -at the Mis.
souri-Kanss""gaine were also arranged
Sullivan Brothers Stop Here.
The Sullivan brothers of New York,
representing the circulation department
of the Scientific. American, were in Col-
umbia yesterday on the way overland from
New York. to San Francisco. According
to 3L Sullivan, the roads through the
East are in very bid condition, but they
expect to encounter better conditions as
they rroceed farther wt
Good Roads . and Prohibition
Measures Carry, It is t
Dr CwteJ. Pmc . -
Sx, Lous, Nov. S- From. the incom.
plete returns received here in.rrgird to
tlic fifteen amendments, which were' voted
upon in this stafe last Tuc-daT. it is, in.
dicated that the state prohibition drido-
sition anil tne proposition'for issuing $60".
000,000 worth oJn4-VoE. improving the
roads cl tlic satte were Ihe only ones
wtucn nave carried. .
The fifteenth amendment, lo determine
whether or hot the people of 'the state
wished to have a constitutional conven
tion,' seems to havo been beaten. The
other twelve amendmentswere beaten by
large majorities. '
Outside of the city oFSt. Louis the
rural districts piled up big votes against
ihe propositions and from the counties
that have not been heard from it is pre
dicted that they will be beaten there. The
predictions are ,. based upon , previous
amendment' vdtes in lhose counties. The
exact count will not be known until the
ofirial count is made. j
172 IN SHORT COURSEHERE
Nine Less Than Last Year Loss
Thought Due to Labor"Shbrtage.'"
The Short Course enrollment has reach
ed 172. This is nine less than was en,
rolled last year-av this '"rime.' Ttifde.
Uwart JBreUera Pcgta Work at
The board, of governors -of the Co
jmbfi Country, dull hiiv awarded the
contract for the budding of the' clib
oum to Siewirt. brothers the price be-
Jngr JOltm. , lite, foundation of the
(uilding will be started at once and if
weather permits' the bouse will be
led lo completion. This action by the
rd-of governors assures the comrdft-
ion of Ihe club -house by next summer.
t'wss constderrd that the , erection of
club' house should bo put off until
t summer when prices will probably
le lower but owing to the inconvenience
this would cause the members it was de
cide: t lei the contract at once.
The club house wUl be built on a
large plan, large,enough to accommodate
any crew of members and guests on any
occasion.' This will be the social center
of Columbia. All forms of entertain
ment, will, be given in the club, club and
private -dances, receptions, card parties
and other entertainments. The club
bouse and grounds -will be looked '!
by .a keeper and steward. The, dining
"room wiU be made especially attractive
and .special attention will be given to
duuiing room, service. Any member may
give private dinners, luncheon nr ,1,
The last 'few months have changed the
gtwuuu irom a mere pasture into beauti
ful golf links and club grounds.
MK3...T. IM. CARTER DIES
Centralia Woman Waa a Relative of
Bf Called frraw
WashinciiiS. .v. 5, Wilh ihe 19.30
presidential and congressional election
pawing, into; history and with the com
plete returns coming-in it is indicated
Ijf4Iarding will have 404 electoral
totes lo lZKior Uix. ihe Kepublicaas
won len seats in the Senate which gives
them a total of 59 votes in that body.
In the (louse they have increased Uieir
majority to 281 votes. The ProluUlit.n
iit Iit their only member,,
Ahile the recent election diAwa il,n
bi'gest Kepjblican victory in histonr ir !
dot not left the entire story. The Hx
publicans wiin Tennesseevwhich is con
sidered to he one of the solid south.
Oklahoma a al won by the Repub
licans. Th stale ha never gone Re
publican befoie in its history. One Con
gressman wis also elected from the stile
of Texas, a brndier-in-Iaw.of Postmss er-
Gcncral Jiurlt'.in'.beng lic Democrat
who was defeated. ..
Willi !hr great. Democratic defeat nur
of the roost picturesque .figures in
Wasiiir-luq will disappear. Many of
iron ;iavi been there for a long
pcrivd of cam Amng Biem are Chimp
Clark, former speaker of the House; R;
X Sherwood, the aMm! .. t .l
House in v.i r.1 - ir . ta
Itainey oflllineis -M not be seen there 1
any more. He? lias lo) been a mem- '
ber of J- Hou" From the Senat ?
Phtlaii of Cdifomi;! K; be bImJ,. '
Senatir Chrrlmm Okfiboma. lie Mad'-.
?-naiorv wa beaten iiTtlw prfnurVs aatl "
win no. een ia l!w Senate- this jesr.
In tl-fl6D."wS! U Mfl in the .com.
Ifte Jii.7Jiorr.-'r- flmx M.-f.'" -
fefiivil to ran for theSensie tni ...c
,po'We J fresidentnect-nir!
.- ,s ,ul uuimiirce. inere Vjrj
be seen, the wn,t V(lm,a aeaber rf'
the House. Miss Ml Robertson; .fcoai
WSTOUCTlQy CLASSES CL09B
Annnal Three-Dy87hooI Cr Ihst
on Orer Thia Evening.
iIPJ tnTl .,hr'MI sehooF of instrne:
U?n for cacia Lodg No.402 beaan
3irauT,N Carter of rir.i:j J.-j ..
crease is thought to be doe to Isbor situa-. J oca; this morning at her home there.
j.-.-- " nave resulted
il??.?!'Vme:''r wooa poisoning.
Mrs. Carter waa 33 years old. n,.
."T'.T 17 art .husband and two ehil.
uren: cveiyn, a years old. .ml v:-.
l8)monlla old. .Mrs. KII m:. ,a.
College avenu Columbia, is an aunt of
Mrs. Carter, and Virril Potts. 5f I .
street, .this city. Jier. uncle; She has oth
er iniii.es in ana near tentralia.
lion and the lowering of 'the'-prices on
farm products-. "They da pat .realize, that
these are theivery problems which we try
lo help them solve.', said.the Short.Coiirse
eupenntendent this mprning.
Course arc offered btiagrrcldtural
engineering, agriculturalLIaw, animal
husbandry,' dairy husbandryTeatomoIogy,
fiehl cropcf-homi-economies,- "sorticn'
ture, industrials-arts, physical training,
;oultry husbandry, .rural -life, -soils and
COURT FHfe BOND AMOUNTS
County Treasurer's SeVurUy Is" Fix
The amounts of bonds for county treas
urer and for constables of the six Eown-
ships iu Boone County were fixed by the
county court yesterday. .... .
The bono of George Thomson, county
treasurer, wis fixed at $1000(0. The
bonds of the" constables are as follows:
Columbia township, ($5,060;- Centralia
township,. $20Q;"Bourbon ,township, $&.
000r Pcrche 'township, $2X; -Roekyi
fork township, t200.
Injured In' Columbia Laoadry.
Miss Cecil Purdr. who. throuah an
error, was" reported in yesterday's Mis
sounsn to bivo injared her .hand while
working in the Dorn-Cloney "rLsasdry
met with her accident at the Columbia
Laundry. Her Injury is reported as get;
tins along nicely, and as no bones-were
fractured,. it is thought that it wiU not
WednesdaT "inil ai i .iJ.
Ipstructioa has been given bothiB4e
MWrnoon and in the-erening. Georat S,
Johnson, Grand Master of BoonviSe.
came here Ttt,r.. .j n i 7
McLaughlin has been here since Wedae.
nay to asust in the instruction. -,.
The second degree work was given at
the Acacia aA I... vr.j j t
, - .. MJUCJU1T. IBS
hrst degree wnrlr ir,. i .i
fraternitr team last night. Several
A baneraet will K- -,-. f- .l.i : 11
iuukc rooms at a-to at.i. .li t
for all numbers and visitors.
HUDSON TO ADDRESS ALUMJf
WiU Dkeaaa Proposed" Soldiers' M-
Dr. T ttT Ilj i.f." , - r.
. .. . ..nooa ml xm ateraooat
"f SUtfnis t attend the annual Vss-
pel of tho Missouri University Alms",
wrueh is to be held at 6 o'clock this eves-
"i thj American Hotel Annex.
ur. Hadson win aj.. .l. .
inilhe interest of ihe n- .M; ,
mortal which Ihe University b pUsajac
to erect here. A r,. .r .i. ' cZ -, 1
the erection of the memorial Is to' W
raised bv the ilumr,: ...l r. tti .
address will ,Urt the campaign. HVwS.
also discuss the University in genera! as?,
as the Homecoming and .Wasiaaf
BANKER ADDRESSES CLASS
Explains Hovr Federal Reserve
,J3aavAM Nattoa! Banka.
W. E. Smith, cashier of the El,....
National' Bank of Columbia. uMli
the students in advertising at the' Uni-
versiry tnis morning, .tlr. Smith dis-
r '" icj ot oamung. ex-
puinine,Dow national DarUts are aided bv
the Federal Reserve Banks.
He also told of the means the banks
csea io. earn money lor their own support
and -gave many otter details ..,,:...
ranking. Mr. Smith said that in ik. tT
nve yean inere naa been an increase in
the business banks derive from women.
Three Go to Striae Meeting.
A..L, KrcdelL R. F. Lewis ir n
Jameson Columbia went, to Mexico
Ibis zsorniags a coaanHlee from the "o
eal.Sfcrmer's aab. Thrr wiB .
a meeting with caadidates for the SUrin
er's taitastion which vriH be held in Co.
inmbia on-Noeiber "20k Tee Moolah
ie-Bf oi sr. ums win, o bere
cendsrt the iaitiatioE.
ion Raxsei to K I..M .. ..j i, ls. .--
St. LorJi'will -nA . i.. . . .".:'.' i
Doctor Hudson also spoke at the sums ft ,
banquet of the alemnt last sear. T v '
5N1LL PRE.CH AT DEER PAK'
Minister Soon to Take .Charge 2 "L
Community Church There, fe -J,
The Rev. Alfred R. Atwood of.Sfc-
i-oms will preach at 11 o'clock Saadar
aornins at the Deer Park Coiiie'ialT-:
umicn. Il'e Ker !( ! i i ,M - r
w ine lngregational Uiurch and'w
cwiler lierejritk regard to the Rev. Baa
en JL Chord of South Dakota who is t;
lake ihe pastorate of the Deer Park CaWr
nraiulr Church. ' ?-
This trill be the first lime thai a ewV
Iry community in Boone County will hu.
a pastor who will devote all Ids. lint' f
one- church "r '
On "The Liliea of ih F.".'
TT f nrr Vf ., . .m. -.w t-fj
uc &ib m ,na n.i.i ,,i o i
wb,t of Deaa Walter Wiiliaata-.
Sunday aaa?Bi !.. M.'ltU-al
In the Broadway (MeoaC A Vskiwl
given to Both toww'uut'lMrii id
fie. The class meets "at 9:S o'daak;! j
- . fZ3
Mra. um a TrBatee of Vaaaar.
'trs. A. Rsss Hill has been'.
lojtnisteeof ! Cojleee for a H
lux yeaa, f e.
SSfcis -3 .-vSxiZ uAeS5. AjiWtt i . .