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COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1920
FOUR O'CLOCK EDITION
NUMBER 70 i
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IE COLUMBIA EVENING MSS0URI11
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11,000 Persons lo Wit-
t on Rollins
For Colombia and vicinitv?- Generally
flr tonight aad Tuesday; vimewhat
colder tonight and warmer Tuesday.
Lowest temperature tonight near Uie
For Mis-oiai. Ce-ierclly fair tonight HouSC of Commons
sou isnuy; somrwna. warmer lues
Shipper- Fnrcc3..t. WUIun a rulicst!
J3M miles of Columbia the'.liwcsl tem-
r pcrature during, the new : hours will
i J abrut fretting.
A low pressure wave, attended bv
t Association to meet- here
Society of Universities Accepts
President IIHI'a Invitation.
The Associaliou of Aratrican lipiver,
vitles will meet in Columbia next fall at
the University nf Missouri Dr. A Ross
Hill, prrtid-nt f the Unlicrsity, an
Doctor Hill has just returned from
Alter Heated Discussion , nm mini. or ,i,, .ruSlM of thCar.
AttllUr Dcvlltl regie Foundation, the annual banquet of
' Leader ' ''IC "eyl '" 'umn! ' ' Unieritr
, and the meeting of the Association of
fllilH I' I 'mrr'c,an Unhersitiej.
UUl.U xi,. aKiation arrewl to meet at Or-
Thankbgiving Conite Rut Once a Year
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nOOMS'rUK GUESTS doudinea and wine ralr, h erossftd tV r - i t i c- if lamhia UIun rreeiviiijt u Inliulioa
-T r 'Plains and Misawitwi VaUcr ud at 7 " "llcr )u "Cons'- s-xi friw I'midoit Hill. The date of the
T-j.I.U A.. Uanad. tl....J. . sm tl.la ..; waa .-AKtval i.m 11.! Ill
1 TBtinS to Brinjr Cltiwds I - " nwrnin; vas central ottt Lake
R-A1P mnge r itwTi
in. A moderate, icli
pressure with clear Uek ami moderate
Relict c$ Autliorilies Vill '
Be Alc to Handle
aA aAAtuJ footbdt Ccmest. approx-
fyivm penoal-via. witness 'the
C Kr. uetrrtfrt, ilinoctor oi
,.W sold" M date about lOJJOO
k; Tb wit brt"ti-iW4tKl
far iM( oa tbliT 'it the same
I 1! T . MuA 4wi-fll Affnil
tifae V)11XD, tad If tbe ieatber U
4jLtl Uf, UK (pecuton may exceed
SUwHa till bfliort ro i larger nao-
u baa cemcoow is. Uie cirr OH
( Art. Xtrrr effort is.beina made
rttirt of ite nllroioU to brfn
tttticrs here and w taVc'ibcn borne.
e'vOl be.tecW trtlea on'botb the
a a&4 rvarf raiiroaiw. carrrmr
r roaebfs al apecial tlrtprre and
WeCen; part'f tit rfUW, nd ict 4:3t r- n. Mwfl 3:01 a. nu
i, m wac Tti l ee latnaercia 1 1
Insii leader was the leadme hsuri in
COI- ,1,. .ir.l. c ..1 ... t... 1 I Srrurlttrv for
ti.. Mi.it. ..jutfi tU'l .(jr injur . --
cold is follnwine. It will bkelv ditcil.1 .
ktta'WT-t V ?," be c-' vi- -" &lZ,7terJrrn
WJt ff"w 1 twea-t AnollHT low j,rcwurc of rnderaUe j, .- 'j., .. , -,J , ' ,
Ul..nmMl a-vii-Mftta Ai.f. all tiJa I9f ... ..
ULiH'llUVkl ' vaas. vi " .
Nnrthnest; and will lilclr Le Use
tl, f,l. In !,. riain, and Central "" ".. .V .-.v" '"" T "-""
r. ,: " , x: 7 " , - w pun. uoan JjarKyo lu rat untiiif.
Va'Jrj by Vedr.daT. . u ,,lsclusUin j,,,, T f0URirt , 1aaim
JUins bate not been hcavj cnuoslyn CB I,;, iL
Sllsaouri to rule ! e xU niuddj-n"! rremier L!.yd-Getge was ,ird if
irarrlinx is fair'lo (wxJ. Cenendjr fur ie 0lj be willini: to ak Parliament
weillirr will l-roail ott Tuevfaj. ft ,(. ,utln,t;ty l9 e ,n vin ftlly.
Local Data: The highcH trmpcralure j,, ( fa matj .quad" Iki when
In Columbia triiertliv ra Si deerve; j fcrrri?mled. He replied tliat Iw
and tllwet last night was J7 dcfrcrt. thought the aulhomies wvuld be-able to
TbeTujncst temperature in Columbia jc-tecpe ;,!, lhl. !,,,(,. j,u, ;f lrec, ).
tWbT was S3 desree; aixl tW b.wi-t ,oolj ,t hesitate to a.-V for further
bit nifhl was 37 dcErce "cciP'"-, autliotity. "Arthur DcWm then attempt
tlonOI Atjcarajmyoterday ihebiit j t, ,0 ij, , anJ lLtre foai
est tenperaturc was 56 dejrrccs and the -ugi,. among Kimi f l!jc mrtnl,.
lowest was 37 Agree. Piccimtttioc rhc mrdn- adjourned imrcr.b-alclj
0.02. Son rose today 7.00 . m. n ! :
UtRTULLAK 1 DlDtn
: Or VhJ firvv
i DvEUt, Not. 2i Following tho "Iteil
A RRT7QT ftlYI TN ISamUy- here, martial law has been dc,
ilJrtXil-lOX OUu ill Jcbued. Jwcntyix perrons arr reported
,, . . . . TIn ) to Iutc been tilled there in the figlilins.
CHICAGO RAH)S;snrf JStjs." "
were killed in Croak fork when they
' nin.tiii licit tall is uncertain hut. it
' nmlnt.lv .ll )M. ..i-MntM 1ft Th r.
,ntii; rvmnutiec of the orfanlratiooj
will h the date.
fan Waller Miller aUu attowlcJ tluif1
t meel'ui" and the conference f dean of
jradmteHhovls liehl in connection with
the iniTtinj of the Aciation.
red C Brown to Uch-
kin eonpanctloiswith.'Jnivcrsity cf'
it&ej.fe dcinc its best t rrepate
t-tiafielbe tnrii and to fied'pUers
M Ante & art Kerft errs sicht. .
-If Wlu'l. tnouind rooni e "could
B tbta aU iWj wttk." Mid T: W, lean-1
J bF a. V.Tf iDaaaw Tabm Aktl
B(ac ynwiiwnjB asixio ?
6fr;t JOC oei-WTU, care joi; owl
l "le e-tbe StiotJ faro airrady
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ltSW o5aiwrrt rsred Imn?-
ITTJ !-. '4 , t
tWrotasrtj Hut txnate ea-
rtatri'ScViail.jaJJi aad leflera re-
Vi Ok CotetBol,aob. The d:
OK. 1.Ma ran uww.
r'tsltrtbt lAed N riH bc
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"iAl rtsstv'wtV.ijt to Je
n Ci.n4jia4i'tfcii meraia. mat
tteirrile4 t fUred.
1ia, -if IV. nw. WUrh.
liolt'cisieted? All of th scats
teWwwdtlffiifoSfnro. Vlth the
fI C i. A ..! laA avJ
M -pijaHiraui bjwk v,v-v.
viaBi ,iii tiuun -uje inrj a.
WMOO lOCCIWTTjl -7 -wre Mi,
T oinnnor 't p.iw
(nl'iu ThereVai btDo'parUna
IrM A" firoa-rnr dorini the day and
'daring, u aliemoon. c4Ia(.,
ADDroTcd by Judxe Harris.
Sfn.-ri(T-li-et, Fred L. Crown, filed "a
J10.UW bond with Sercy lVllard, circuit
tlert, thi rowrniug. I'cllard approrxd
llir NjikI and it is being hrlil awailin
iudze David II, Harris approval wlien
the licit term of Circuit Court open
Uere January ?. Drown will take uSx"
January 1. lltr'SaturJav before the itl
opens Securilios on the $104XW hni
ar.c cstima'eil to be-worth between C00--ffJU
and J1JKXI.CU'. j-
Hie Rev. J. A. Medley
Preach Sennon Choir
and Quartette Will Sing.
Banker, Citv Official, Custom w fired upon while watching an atl.lrt
t tm rovlut Th tlrrvta sari ryunp i.
' Clerk and Faiionablc ,,,,, and aI1 UaSc ;, td wa,ched
Women Caught. rcry closely. No trains are permitted
to leave the city and all boats are being
B,TM,IFr. ,... ..guarded. Suty-five persons are ie,rttd ' 'P'. ,,re ""' '" ,'T',",M:
Cincato, Nor. 2Z-tstt Irumdred' Urc boded in the figbtins ie Christian and the lUcs Boulevard
twrsons arrested, here in the raids whiih jj,, : Tro.V PatV. ' Jlellwdisl Church.
tan; been made iecentlyin an aUcmpl J The llcr. J. A. McJl-y (, the lilies
lo e&an up the city f th nam-rowl . ioua;-rUiatp t toMjoy Boulevard Church wiil pteaW th-Tlnnk-
.mMinr inints. toed Ibo mark Uere T iw "
Lriou tnico of five I'rotntast
churches will Le bId at tho FTrsbjIerian
Church at 9:30 Thanksgiving morning
The churches that w,ilt taker paa in ihj
nrce ate,: the Broadway Mahodis."
Episcopal, the Saptist, the 1'ixtbytmin,
D. James, II. TV"
irja'be- 4tTiul? wigxWXJV'&p'r
L7iZir.lT,V 3.'UI .. ..ril htmrfrr! rfr. t -..." .-. ...-. ...,.
WHM iJIC ll,ili ruii.ivt'Mw-H' l"'U.J r J i ! I 1 .1 I. T . !.-.
'i - - ' -w . . y - rm -vnnniT in iinjim as iriiiu urii; .
MM wnu nate oeen roooeu o. , Heavy-guards have been placed """ Tm- n i. rT" m
saluable. n -Uucago durwg tie la n!n TfjAj, ..t,,.,, t0 rle. Cauldin and Mis. Ruth CTen wUl ng
lx months. Among the prisoners were n( "joleoec. p""e Uio Lord by Kandcgjer..
men who appeareil to bo well to do baI Frople are urged to come rrorjjptly
4C33 tncn. A banker, several ory ol-1 FUJfERAL OF E. H. 1'HILIS at V:30 so that thr scrriccs wilj he 6niah '
fieials and a customs clerk were caught d lefore the Homreoining parade begins, f
In tho raid. Bnnat ot ieat Banner aou . .e j,,,. c,- tpii j a ,, ..
As the long line palbeloro the hne , f'fV?. ., , "V.M -utar Tbanknng teniees at iul5 C"i,Il"f "''T .l"
prison it berime evident Out , here , The f unera, rf L M.-1 ce. a-istant , . ,( ,. fa I mcct.ug f day a, Jeffer.n Oty a. the
Larjc Delegation of Shrioers -1
From St. Louis Assist in
Ceremonials Sat '
ARAB PATROL PAILVDES';
About 90 JVoblcs in Columhiav f .
' Shrine QuL Now C. IL' - f
Cecry Is Secre-
ICeprllfht W? r U' Dtmhff)
"Shut Up Whatj'a Want to do, Wake Up the NeighBorhood!"
. -MARKET CRISIS
State Board of Agriculture Will
Advise Farmers On Live
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were scrrrai wvvc xnne joosiop i"1 ;. , t , ,. . . , , . . i .r
J , ,,,,,..,,. . , . Bsnk. was Iwld at 3 o clock yesterday al
irnrsbands who Jiad failed lo return home,'""- -tV " " ', i-i.i .,
kr. i... t i :-!.., .....: 'timoon. The services were lirl.l at
The raid w inducted undnr iIh- di- ( nain dlrTCticrl of i,n, J.ri,U D
rcctwn of Chief FiUgeral.I. Qncagos r,.jii. .,, ,.r ,i l,i,,l,st
,youtliful chler of police. Several of the am vjurial -was in the Udumbia
raias nen: nHur iu urz un itfMiwiuuic cemeterr.
residence stions of the dry. A great -ji- ,; PiTtcarexs wvre- J. -M
rep'resenting tho College of Agriculture
JAI'AN NOT CONSIPEniNG "R'AR
t Missionary' Worker" Says- It Has
"Tar with the United States Is not
the supreme question in Japan today,"
said D. 0. Cunningham, recruiting sec
rctary for the College of Missions at In
dlanaptlls in a lecture at the Christian
Church yesterday, "The supreme ques
tion in Japan is whcircr the people shall
hare a voice in the government.
"Japan has today her firrt premier
eliosen from tho common people. He la
I Indicating that lh time has come for
CHEER LEADER Filli dftt.Ritbe Board. Dean F. B. Mumford is (every citizen to help shape Japanese life.
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in Uima unity is tue hjitcutc pra-
lat the mcctinr.
She Will Be Selected at a Mas, problems tf agriculture and especial- J lem. The government at Peking, which of
Meetlnj: Tomorrow. 'ly ll- stock situation will be disriised ' stands for the old regime, and the gov!
A rneer leader, for all UniTcr-ity worn at tho mcetinr. and measures will Ic I eminent at Canton, controlled by the
en will bo elected at the women's mass 'taken to advise Uio farmer low to meet i democratic young Chinese who have been
h eroridod" for tbe parUna ef number of society woraii wtto arreetcd t p, j & Hollms. J. R. Lipscomb. II.
j " , ' ,but not held at headruarters. In some A. Collier,
falDoromlnj raass'Meiriina neit I InaUnees marks on the walls indicated
J. .,!'. i 7 JO o'clock will that eukes as high a $10,000 were
eWif "Belt Kansas cAT I played for.
, E. Sydney Stephenj and J. G.
meeting at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
lbe linnersity Band will play. Var-i
lous items nf vital interest to the womn
llolloway. Tlie honorary pallbnarers of the Uuitrrsily wilt b.disvUseiL The
f kw'oo.tbe (jiaadiugle juit toutb of
B.vJtans wbert; plstlorm mn be
W lor, Uie. speaaere. I a cascoi
i m rerr rfild wmtheT the toeetlna
I - beM fai the TJnlvt rstrr uUlorlam.
iyUi ease the doors will Dot be opened
1 7 o'clock m as to give alumru and'
t n etjual.ctuaee for tie limited
r orgeats in the auditorium.
:A.T? Hill, the first apeaker, will
I the c4d gradJ back to Columbia.
. '21 also emest a Urge loving cup
jJilnirua llamihon n bebali of the
ItlWat bod)-. Thij wp was purebaoed
I'raMs set adds by Uw Student
I in recogsitJon of the, tame which
a brooiht 16 Uw Usirrsity and to
1 la tie last MrmeUdL
RS - - '
I Waiters TJnhHi' Soea -Daniels.
iTisnrVctw, JW 2i The TTestcm
bL .Vt. f ,.J .. .J
. .fMi; wi mk Ji "-
I .votUd ftt prrmit the 'UM
it to land a jcabk in South Car,
;iich is ih cause of the tuit. Dan-
aaMthtiwwa aeiinx coder tieaulbef
TfriUa Sootri Clartrr .Car."
W from Trentea wfl
"tHrry or. thirty five enthusiast 1
.aca AJBSBl V VOIU1BOH "
urt-Kaasii aaaV. "The ddc-
etMcta . to partklrtte la lie
! shut uU detsotutrathm after the
' in liea retura to Treatoa oo
tal car ckarWrta for the trip.
1 will leave Trenton on Vedscj-
Vt'DI Address a Teachers. Associa
tion at Hillings."
Prof. ,Charli A Qlwood, head of the
depa rtment of sociology of the Univers-
proposed women's boildinr will be con
sidetol and suggrslions of names foe
the new girls dormitory, the co-oper
Jtive hou-, will be recen-oL
Other matters lo Ik brought bearc
were L. I. uoucneiie, uaieneo iimiti,
J. 1L Guitar. Emmelt Clinksealca, Les
lie M. Strawn, Frank Shields. J. L. liar
rlv L. J. ilaw. F. I). PrallieT. C V.
Rollins. Marshall Gordon. J. C. Schwabe,
Emmctt .McDonnell, C. B. Miller and A. the meeting are the Red Cross Roll Cali.1
Mr. Price, who was 63 years old, bad
turn ronfined to liis lwnw siueo last
ity. left Friday afternoon for BiUings, tmurr. and his death lat Friday
Monu to address the .Montana Teachers ' j,",, rtultl Irom hardening id tin. prof. .M. 0. Mrh! of the geol.
Association. arteries. ' ment will talk on the honor srstem.
the crisis ii tho slock imhi'try.
Tlie average prier of hogs, according
to Saturday's iruolation, was tllO a-
against $12X0 hit week J ml 1X60 last
roar. The wetk"s receipts were the
' . largest since Iat February and tlie price-
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educated in Ant-rica. are, trying to get
together and will'probably succeed.
"India lat week beld the first rlectlon
in all the llirc- millcniums of her his
tory. The whole East Is awakening.
'Once thousands of Japanese Chri-
Averago Decrease in Grains and
- Hogs Is 50 Cents Lowest
r Vvtnl ft. f
tkwxto, Nov. 22. The gram and hog
markets here today established a record
for low prices since 1913. The average
drop in the hog trinket ia SO testa and
Is 'about the same all ever the country.
Tbe'drop Is reported Jo be caused by the
over, slooked markets and the tightening
MRS. LOTTIE CLINK DIES
I were lowest since last February, areord- tjans were tlironn over cliffjlecao-e they
Ing to. a report reedicd by E. A. 'Trow.
brJlgA chairman of the animal huv
would not renounce the cross; now the
Mikado gives money lo missions and art
Wll'l IC IOC ICU UO ilOll Vil.l , . .. . , r .1 .t.1- t. 1 r.ji l
it. ..i.i,., i., i .j banury cieparimcnr.-irom tnc unimm ciuir oi me uiore ocvu ivu u,
ZTL ?! rT Ja'e,w ammt SundisH CommiMlM, Company. wevlthy Japanese in Tokio.
the rJDff of Hf.Slm'tnM.lv ,it 1V!, r"To"!s Mid llm the- casern , Thc Ri)ah of TiUnctl ctl rd a num-
is briQZ auvotalrd Iry the
jg oi iivhuh ciiouy suits, wiaru . . - . . t !,, . . l. t I-
iunior class.1 ra;lxeis rc coeaer man inc wc-iemi per 01 inoian pnnces u iimi mm vu m,s
, tr0art-'mu,f' ""' nt a farmer arr alarm- f birthday, and when they came told them
",JZ " cJ and arc shipping stock afa.t as cars' tint lie Iiad called, litem to ak them to
Profesor EJIwod will givr'tn-o lec-t
can le nnmin-d. No Ih-pc for btlter-!ioin hint in wcpiiijr. the liquor tratTic
tore on "The Democratiratron of Public . OIUKCII CLASSROOM FINISHED DR. J. U .AIERIAM TO FLORIDA, ment nntil -after the- first of the vear is from India, saving, 'What b good for the
Schools." He will return to Columbia! . . I xn. " Uruted 5ut must be good Tor India.
on Thanksp.ing Day. In his alnce' Vtrr Basement Room at Broadway M, U. Professor Will Conduct To QlK of ,h . , , (, To meet tl opportunity abroad is the
tvr C. KuMnun will take charre of Jicuioaisi us c . learners insiituirs.
pari of his classes and wiU also mrt tlie , Tlie new basement room at JJroadway
members of tbe seminar class in, sociol-1 Methodist Oiurch is completed and waaj.
, nsea Dy ine unicriif ma, a w" ..-.- v
TICKETS , ON SALE
?rita Is Not a. Hotliay.
sy h u oaly boUtfay at 'tue
slrr 1M1 wL Bv laetrlrr aeilon
' faMar reOawkw Th-nkeiUt iy
irMiJrr .raly la tlise yca
kfeUl fi-c with tasw'ia phftd
? . Stetrbcw Gvet of Bible Ctass.
d JJrs, E. w. Stcpbaw wpre
i of honor of tie E. W-StepbttH
jflai. at i the? Baptist Cbtuch TV
. hc dais was orjtnlred Uiirtr
aninbT Mr. Steshta ana a
fco te teicitr sisee thai Bras. U.
to be Issued On Sale
Tickets for. the- Journalism Scoop,
which will be given in the Kriiglrts of
Columbus auditorium December. 3, may' .. , ,,-Vt.
r:' iTit I l, o.l twcial siuiLF-AGUE TO HELI
denjs ia tie .""cbwl of lonrnaUsm today.
Tickets may be bouglit frorn mem-
w.M ..r f ftnane committee who are:!
menia. The vote was on a motion proposed-
by H. Ranc Vivani of France and
was unanimous for the first time since
the Assembly met.
Dr. J, L. Meriam leaves tomorrow
two-weeks' stay in FIorMa where be
iill conduct two teachers' institutes.
as a classroom for the first tirao yester-; Doct"r Meriam was invited there by the
day. The University women's cUs oc ( teachers auociation of the state to tell
copied the room which has been used by 0f the work he lias done here in the Uni
tlie men; the class of Stephens College) ,e-sitv FJrmertsry School, because of
girls used the room vacated by them, I l,e ideprcad attention tlrat his book
and the Chri-tian College girls had a 'fluid life and the Curriculum." has
new classroom in tho back ol tfte cfiapei.j gained
j vn, va v .IlL'U IUI 1V JitJja-iai niwu , .. . .-- , a.a
. !in tlie- stock market is that the public ' 'T ' "K Vn,t f"""- " na
f'tt.t iJ i i , . .1.-1 1 on a lower moral plane than it has
) uim;i siock most irreiy ai mi- : . . ..
Motion Proposed Gy M. Rape Vfvanl
and Carried Unanimou'l).
Doctor Meriam will at-o speak at the
Lniiertily of Florida at Grccnsrille, Fla,
cu the curriculum of the school as con
necteil with the life of the community.
PACKAGES -BEGIN TO ARRIVE
qnly 160 tickets will be told.
NEGROES OUT QN ?1,000 BOND
Sydney Bolllns and Homer IMbel
Furnish Bail for Them.
Jake Sarmwls. a negro who was arrest.
ed November 13 In connection with the
still found in, the basement of the Dumas
Apartments, was release. 1 isalurday onj
a $100 bond fumlsbeJ by Sydney Rol-,
,. r.1. ifn- another negro arrcsteu
QIESTER IN KANSAS CITV
Alleged Murderer Arrives Under
Heavy Guard and Lodged in Jail.
Dy rttd r .
KtNsas Crrr. Nov. 22-Dcnny Ches
ter is safe in jail following his return
Tom K. 'Smith f S-lmii-aD a-amnuf J
irieads to UJlumma ,u.v--o ----
300 Pounds of Food for Students
Comes Bcfote 10 O'clock
Thanksgiving packages, in large svm
bers, began coming into Columbia early
1 lib morning. At 10 o'clock they totaled
r.ii .i.!..- t jj i- j
iiaiij uuiij utr uuouieu nmw23 iu
weight, according to I. J. Hall, port
master. "Two wagon loads have already
been delivered."' said Mr. HalL One
load went to Stephens College. We ex
pect a good many more today and to
morrow, but by Wednesday morning we
bor tlicy will be about all in."
There has been no increase, in the
number of outgoing parcels.
.. the same time, was released on a aim- here fcy oSciab who brought 1dm back
bond signed by Homer Heibel. , fe trial for the alleged Wilder ol
t T.ntt Ainmni wtni.fc. j jiiss riorcm-c wMtvii.
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Goats at $3 Each,
William Roberta held a nle e bve-
T0 M!,HKansas footbaU S- J0Bn! "i- Satnrday aftcmoen on Asb arreet
rMwWlteSt. Loub Sur.ljust Uhind the courthouse. He told
will be in tie party. 1 , . , .
. -i- Tfnkairivinr. for 'about $3 apiece. Tlie cow. brought j dajs. -We are having a good deal of
taerory w "r-"7. . :tl 113. The lioes sold for 3 each. Itiei trouble wnn uio negroes about scaooi
t-j. tt ;it An.itraura &uvu vwj . , , , . i, ajt n
ine iwi - . . . ... v,
Negro Children Out of Schoc-L
Four negro children have been re
ported to II. II. King, county school at
tendance officer, for absence from tcbooL
Tbrec of the children come from one taov
ily. All have been out of school Fifteen
been for ten years, according to Mr. Cun
ningham. I he president ot an Aracr
CONGRESSMAN RHODES HEReM . knmTral IZTt
Re-elected From 13th District He h college rtudent to be so low as today."
on Way to Washington. The speaker urged the necessity ol
- , t r- , j-.'missiouaricsj
ngrissman ami ,vir. .u. i. iioues . . .... :;,-. ,
..IIS. UJ .,v,.v. - .j
Mesico, spoke upon the necessity for a
fair deal for tliat country.
"If an eastern land had risen against
peonage we would have called it evolu
tion, not revolution. If the recent mail
train robberies in the United States had
occurred- in Mexico, some Amerieani
would have called lav 3 cause for Inter-
of Totosi registered at the Daniel Boone
Tavern Saturday. CoBgrc-sraan Rhodes
was re-elected is the recent elect ion
from the Thirteenth Congressional Dis
trict. Their visit to Columbia was pri
marily to see their son, L B. Rhodes, a
student in tbe University. Mr. Rhodes
t a formT student of the University.
While a member of the Slate Leiitlature.
.- . .... ... - ,.l ..nlwir.
dnrtmj the Hadlty administration, ne, - . w,
urflarger appropriaUons for U. fc MejicJ'n, t ,hs -hite
sutcscboelv ', ., ,. .. .j(-viF arfT-,.
Mr, and Mrs. Rhodes left for W.A-in -- -j 1 ; "."'T - Meil.
lemoSro """ .--.- A""---,- ",. T.
can mines and aiecan Ftvpie, ji
' railv tl-ese adventurers wnom me mw
ington Sunday aftemooru
KUbntll.- KKIO UKUlO VtunR,--- 7 ,,.-, ,l mission-
ire rerrescnutivej of a mission team
Plans Surrey of City.
Roawcll S. Reid. who wa eleetcd by
tbe directors cf tin Columbia Commer
cial Club to be their new lecrelary, has
aanotrn'ed that be will begin bb work
lamediatelr, although be will not enter
his new oftee until December I. He in
tenda to make a survey of-Columbia with
the idea in mind of bringing out new
advantages in lie city.
Mr. Rcid was a member of the Kiwan
is Qui in Youagslown, Ohio, and was
tmsnrer of the ITotarr Club In West
(Virginia in 1919. In the same; year he
was a delegate to tne Intcroaiionii w-
the Rotary Uub. wuicu was
Salt Laka Qty.
. .ni in sn-nre Tolnntecrs for mission
ary 4mce. Th-y held cenferrnces witi
University ttuderts roneeming the work
yesterday altexooen ana toaay in w.r
Mrs. C, M. Many Yfalta Hw'
Mrs. C 2L Muny and duldrea of
Shelbynllc, arrived last night to visit
Mrs. Murry'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Ketchum, 911 Locust street, and to
niJ ihe .Missouri-Kansas football
game. Mr. Murry b expected to arrive
Wednesday. Tbey are former Colura-
Cancer Causes Death, of Woman
- Who Made Home for Girls.
Mrs. Lottie Cline, S3 years old. died
early yesterday morning at her home, 707
Missouri avenue, she bad been ill au
fall b-cause o( a cancer which caused tier
Mrs. Cline came to Columbia nine
years ago from Savannah, Mo. While
here she. devoted her time to making a
borne for girl students.
Mrs, Cline bad been a widow for
eighteen years. tShe b survived by three
daughters. Miss Jessie dine. Miss Jane
Cine and 'Miss Kui Oine. Miss Jes
sie Cline' b a teacher in the home eco
nomics department of tie University of
Kansas, and Miss Ruby Uine Is with the
Dominion Chautauqua s in C nada.
The body was takes lo Savannah, Mo,
this afternoon. Fnneral Vnjces will be
held there' al 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Tbe Rcr. Harris -Masienon Also
Took Tart' in Episcopal Servier.
Bishop Frederick. E. Johnson, bishop
coadjutor of Missouri, and the Rev.
Harris Masicrson, Jr- of Houston. Tex,
look part in 'the services yesterday morn
ing al CalvaryJ Episcopal Church. Bishop
Johnson read the Scripture lessons aad
pronounced the benediction, Mr? Master
son delivered tie sermon, and the rector,
tbe Rer. J. IL 'George, lead tbe prayers
aad psalms. Both men were guests i
lie Episcopal 'attjdcou at , their -open
house Sunday evening at 809 Rollins
street. t ;
While ia Ccbmbix, Mrr .Maitcrson
was tie gnett over tbe week-end of
Frank B. Rollins, at "Grasslands," Provl."
dence road. Bishop Jchmon was enter
taincd St tie home of Prof. J. S. An.
Veney, 90S. Conley avenue. Both men
left Columbia Monday. Bishop John
son will again, come la Colombia from
St. Louis in January to oSciate at the
coniu alkm service at ,Cahary cbuTcb.
As a prevent to Mr. George, whose blrth,
clay was Sunday, tie Ksbop brought tie
rector ef Calvary CburcB .'copy of Hol
bein's "Enwans" froaj lie Lwvre, Paris,
Dr. Ccrre Leferrc &UM ID.
Dr. Georg Lcfevre, chairman of tbe
soology department, is 'unable to Beet
his classes. He has -been ill for some
time aad it iiVoUblc' he wiU not be
able lo meet his classes again lib terra,
lib lecture, work has been turned. over
o tie oust rat era 01 we asparabSK,
A beautiful day, bright colors gleans v
Ing in the sunshbvf. plenty of nuisVand
a targe and interested rrowd aU bHned - '
lo make Columbia's firt Shriae eerr-
monial a success, according lotiaries' '
IL .Cecry, secrcUry of the" Shrine .. "
"We bcJicTe,', be Mid, "tiu tie.pcoafc v.
of ColombU enjoyed tie day and-jee'5,'
know thai live visitors were inprejisd.l
with the bo-pllalily rvtended la .theSK'Vj
Tib U the first ceremonial wuVhjlaojf.
ever been held in Columbia butw-o boj,'
that il will not be, tbe. lasf. ooe. CfOj"
From the time tlie train liriaglng tisp
Shrioers from Si. Louis' arrimlWsik'-V ;
for their banquet ihe Ti-Jtors- werijtJK'-'"'" -fB
center of attraction, ibey left aJien. v
ceTrmoaUl on a Wabash special toi'S. '
toub soon after njdnight. v x$ffi
ntxits wnn aicimox .v.tr ,
John E. Bubop. the potentate; 'mCv' "
W. W. Perteous, tbe past ptUK!rf-i- -pressed
licit pleasure at the -tfcasstfy1
that was given lo thesi. and agreevJ.tftail,, '
the UntTersity It. O. T. C. Baad-V"a
"some band." V$
Witi tbe new ntcmbers the SMoeve k
dab in Colurcbb numbers abootW;'
nobles. s ht
Freshmen are not the only ooes-wW. v "
have to obey their superiors Oa l-usg
noble who -was wearing bb fet fot,t
first time, since be cjotsed'tbo'jlessrv, j
wben asked bow he was. enjoying-V!- f
day said tOh J am having, a gjtisseV-. $
aQ 'right but this thing: certainly' taaafi ii
ray head ache., Why doa't I,ukejt.i'
MV" betaclalmed iii horrified aexwrta., J
when that -sensible sounding i Wee- i
iren. -rYou don't JtnojrtaitV25" ,? &
- 'rtiwst'rtXSJHS sriaatasU-a,,
IatAat'cfliresVaad eir-es '-saacaf- .g"
cu aj un i (vuin w tv mi l . .
brotigrit round after iwui-f efatajapaj t .
from those' who erowiW tb; iiotiraJia.j j
on Broadway between. Ninth " antf iwli ,., '
aueets after tie Shrincr TraoSatuaa
aiternoott. The street ha A 'oeen diarff, , ,
for that block "and for twrary iriavru- a (.
tin's .famotis "drill companv; excited "bV.
aad!"Ah'sl" of wonder from "tie jpee-yNv
tatoh. 4 ; "f A- '
Tic, patrol fa one "of the best, kaffvrn.j'tr f
In the country, and is ooa'jtbi,-
est. It wss organised in 1999 .trtA CbL4c- u
C A. Smclalriasits ecB-aj-S,"--made
its first cilgrimage to IJoifakV.fC ?
Y. Since then it has drilled in all parts - '
of ihe United Slates, - - j-
Tbe parade stifled from the AEui''"? I
C-1..I.. ... ft a, . tl..J-.v . .1. !-... .
WK.I ftUfc vft VII WIVOH.aj,' fHn. I .
ifn " 1
parage as the Moobli Temple Baadjare'.
au menu ers oi ine su lows aym poem :tj--Orchesira
and could not1 get eway.oo 'Jf
i-,W ,' v3.
After' lief band came lie div- Vtl ,' -
was composed of Potentate JobaJJE- 5 lj
Btlx)p and bis suff. 'Then came'l-)." &
drum and trumpet corps under the eoaV'f - &.
anjt ,.t f XO V.:. k-J'wS.t. A' 4 ..
b v. .-m n. twni, mn r.w , .
Jester as druta major. v ' ' 1.
Neit'Came the color guard beaded fir.
L. E. AngeL One of the inem--r'.v?r'
u vv,v. (iu ni m iiiiiisauiii, .-
wnitMiearded 'man, VZjear old wleratv" -- if
, but still drilling. He was Jaeob Km-- ,'J
ler, a native f Switietland. Hrf iii-st-;-- f-
to inai no was not old, ana eiieaf. , tj .-
proof that be was a member of Moil n . f'
Temple Jlonq j Guards duringvtn war J k ;
1 and r!idnf ntt - ntl a
I MOVlcrs TAxrst io sxTecnTi. " 1 .
n.J-;i. .i - -7 r -.--.' Si- .- -
viicr me colors were me psiroi. iwi- g - j
lowed by an ambulancfc which waa'drag- g
ng(tM.suty candUtn,. or novices, to . y
Ihe slaughter. They were srrayed'ia -. ' - Jj
wiiiie 'la-pcrs and, had bpa-biadej; i
with tbe saber, star and crescent, tt'jheSi:"
Mysiie Shrine. ;,5U -
lbe last iwo novices. CbesiV teknbCff 'J
and George Hsrrey. nte-im, olr
Acacia fraternity, w-erodrasging befca3r ? ' - i
them a cap from which two of -ihesr fri-
imitr brothers, aJtySiriaeis 'wJr J
sMItinj;, sands Broadway.', ' f ? i
YESTKRDAT tsTUDKNT StNaWTf,-- I
Bapflau HoM Special Sml':if
the Chorta. m 'd-1
Yesterday was student Sanday' st"t- "
Baptist Church. The classes of U-rrer-j &
"j mcu ana me class bl Univenny att, a
eIn K'lv et tog-tber in tbe Ste-'J-l'
poena j-ooege Anajtorium. Tbe Aadstor.
.--. - ufi. apeetai bjtjstc was PTSi
ji.- uki ur. u, riioama nrwseaw
of iM freshraan and Mpb-reU-v
a ., -. ., :. ftff -
wss lined witn speciaiors, to aistn srrsrj; ;
donble-1 back to Hitt. and lien baek'V- -v'- ,.
the "club. Tbe UniversTtT bsad led tie'
taught tb, ttmibiaed Issse-.AaW; it
Sundar sebsor wlrt r . -. Ju .1 -'
i-. r." -V" t)v;; .??
biuidag. tt jy!iti
At B?Y P. U. tiniee ia sin Vgi&
us in tie
evcniaa was ct uu A , . .. f-S a.
- . - - - t -,
7 oaseoau between group 2 as rtg
xinai arraaeemeBts'for tie'B. Y.T.
U atndent banquet lo be ieH ltt
church aasrMiHwlsT !-.-
'JfW. be.twved by tsW waat-1
w hw ewsree, te nts goae at I
ww vub imwratwa;