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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN
LARGESTHOMECOMMG DAY v "
CROWD W CITY'S HISTORY
Official "Beat Kansas" Program
Will Begin at 4 O'clock To
morrow Willi a Milt
OLD GRADS WILL MARCH
Special Train Will Bring Thou-
tana's of Visitors Here to
Sec Annual Football
Wilts the weather, please?"
"What neathcr.' answered the man
- l fit at his desk all day answering
queries cenceming tire weather for
f Ilamccoraing Day on the Tiger-Jajhawk
- pine at tie rate cf one a minuto.
t "For Thursday, of course."
f "Hooray!" and the receiver smashed!!
5 down on the hook.
t The nan w hom ev cry one is practically !
I, drpendin- on, gave out credkilon. f.tr
J ts everyone who as eager to know the
earner conditions lor Turkey Day.
, Some ansHcrcd his reply with a' polite
i. "Hunk you." while others continued to
,' tell hhn that that was "Great!" and that
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J - Ul
iou coma dntc down now
The road arc reported in good condi
ben, no one should have any trouble
w ng u iiumnia In a ear, according,
to George Reeder, local forecaster.
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Plans recently concluded indicate that
the 193) Homecoming will be the large
eirr staged at the University of Missouri.
.ctoiuing ro me men in charge of the
different parts of the program, all is in tail t0 m' From &a the cavalcade
readiness for the thousands of visitors ,un" on Nintn 5jrcct to University
! will arrive in Columbia tomorrow '"' nP Uoiverslty lo Hitt. It Is planned
lad Thursday. - I to have tie parade end at the site of the
TTorkmen have been busy for weeka I Dt,r Home Economics Building" near
erecting bleachers for the 11,000 or 12,-' "i!l 8tItrt
KO who will thVong through the gates of I The laying of the cornerstone of the
RouisS Field Tkurvdar affernnnn At. I rpftPftmiM TtfTttmf. r't lV v.!, ,
thocth the athletic department, under the'
leadership of Z. G. aeTenger, k used
every available inch for seats, the de-this
rnaad may be in excess of th- supplr. i
The total seltinc eanaritv of tl f:1rt .
The South bleachers will acmmmo.
w 1M.UO FcptHM. inr -tono stanas
L - ITxlJnam CI -u- w "Ho.
L iftY) nA tli- V.rt 1 A(V T n?J I
rj "" -" ,-ivv. iC nru
ttes ol the riortli and South stands
fevSl seat 1.600.
fr. VTT.l. .1 . - r .1 r- . ,. I
g;- nun c excrpuon oi inc ist iiiecn
j, all scats are recrvcd. A liutwlred
f"d seventy ushers will have charge of
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sm inc. I KI.ri-II010.rra must enter ail
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tte gate indicated. Ibe gates will be,
opened at IZ o clock. I he game will! parade.
ft called for 2 o'clock. wan. ,ds -nociua. .
A mdiury parade by the R. 0. T. C. j The finas of ,hr p ;.. co.
rthe University wdl start the olfieial,,, ajsojhnrsday night at the Genera!
program at -4 o clock tomorrow after, j university Mixer'in Academic Hall. The
wen. At 5 o clock comes the M meas, ,1M f bi g.t.togctIl ,;
lanquct at UotiweB Gymnasium. AU0 ,,; and ci.d t, bmJdins,
-M men who are in the UnivenJiy as veJ wi1 bf ,p.uiiT jjgnuJ. Tb, .fiff.,-;
St raft.,t .h. mimmtl ,!, Ala .l,il' ... ...
1 in school will M the truest.
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t" SUSS UCXTINC V.TTlNESDtV
jr. ;The mass meeting, scheduled for 7:30,1
. is the chmax of Beat Kansas week. It
wabehcld on the Quadrangle directly I
soaih of the Columns if the weather per
, Bits. A platform has been erected for
t the speakers. If the weather Is bad the
bus meeting vrfU be held in the Andi.ld.ncinf. j inaugurated on tlle.'c,
'torlum of Academic Halt The doors L.i .JTa .I,: n, - - - -."
f -nt 1. J -. 'r .l.1. : l- .L.. i
- ui uc opcneu oi i otiw.s. in uiuct iuji
alumni as well as students may have an)
CQUal chance at the limited number of
. PrMl k t!nu ltltt tl,- first rwV.
er, will extend a welcome to the old
grads, He will also present a loving
ccp to Brutus Hamilton, America'
greatest all-around atldete. Hamilton,
a junior in the University, represented
the United States in the pentathlon and
decathlon at the Olympic Games this
sammer. He won second place in Ul
G. Qevengcr. director of athletics,
! Coaches John F. Miller amf Ji
rnelan will make speeches. Larl lltot-'
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-talk. It is promised Ids remarks will
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-conform with hi, nick name. Fortest
C- lTll-iSvln.it rtT Cl f a sat s.-ill fil-l
o speak. I
-Both are urnni of the University and
m- ir.1l t- !.. '
ris travru me. Tt-VT I
What promises to be one ot the best
1 stunts and the most successful can burn.
rTielan wil make speeches. Earl (Hot-' ., ?" '" -''- T , it'V 3 rc"""? T "" ..", " " T. I panicuUily for pickpocket, and confi
ii.i .- t .. , ., .. ,-. j.ii ..will each have one extra coach throUCrrrr:w ir,l,rda. t was deaded to mike . '"",v"'al1' ini ..
fag in the history of Mirsourt will .ker" w" -... ..r -..j JJU( m(U j. K(llb
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I Vuiversity that freshmen must wear their
i-caps until Tlianksgiving. At the ap-
iPwnted time thev will assemble and ol
.fiaally rid lhiniehes of their distinct
ive and uncomfortable head gears 1)
throwing them in a huge lion fire. As
.the tradition goes, every freshman must
barn his cap or wear it for the remainder
of the year.
The band will lead the nroccssion to
Elbe baseball il.'amnnd. tlw freshmen fol-
flowing in snake dance formation. Amid
itlie strains of "Old Missouri" the frcsh-
taen will 'step forward, one by one, and
ct their cap. m the fire. Part of the '
iservices will consist of the interment, ot '
jU Jayhawk with "Bottles" Burrls act-1
H the undertaker and chief mourner. '
Next in imporunce to the game in the '
minS festivities is the Horn-on,-'
Wednesday, November 2 k
Open heuc in different depart-.
aicnts of the Lniversity.
4:00 p. tn. Military parade on ,
rampus by K. 0. T. C
5:00 p. m. M men banquet at V
M. C. A. '
":15 p. nt. -Mass meeting on'liw.,
Cap burning on the baseball fields
after mss meeting.
Thursday, November 23.
10:00 a. m. Homecoming parade.
11:00 a. m. Laying of cornerstone
of new Home Economics Building.
12:00 Noon Gates to Rollins Field
2:00 p. m. Missouri Kansas game
8:30 p. m. Ceneral University
Mixer in Academic Hall.
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is Plr-df h:3 wJJ start at 10 .clock
Thursday morning. Every department
L" .Mra I.1 JZ?,!d.,,
i '-M t""-1- wjuc-
n. I "a T fflI.",rh ,nJj!,I
column. A new feature has been ded
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Fint place wdl begtven to isorpza-
uon whoe tuembera are reenmed from
prv rriMr m id ii Af.. .f ,k...
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IfceluO. T.C, and the I nivcrsi-band
KlU ' rch in the column.
The line of march for the parade wiH
be "P CoUe aue to Broadway, down
""""y " cevvrnm sucei, aowa cer-,
11 o'clock. Gor. Frederick D. Gardner
has accepted an imitation to officiate at ,
ceremony. Governor-elect Arthur
M. Hyde was invited but has vrittcn l)i
ti ,11 h ,,nM. ,a nnu. t
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atV Tw lldlllb JIQIVi JttUJU wiuvu .
ajimetl sr xcnrtuUc
the parking ihc
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corainc id frant ii iifiiioi -him .
cars Ttand-r. Ac -""- "l-;"1 T '",: tnereltonfsTn rai .. , the imme-fcers.' Tlie campaign will last untd the
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as roMioie. noiiins-awcef-Tnii nc cot
off from Provideneerroado HJfTsffeu fTSoats. fHoTd by ttt
at 11 o'cLxk thuridavfciornrsr." fars'l ". ccuntv clubs.
WU1 nM jrpmm, m i,enr). ur
will not be i-ermitlcil on Gertr),' ifi'v
il4 Turner, or Missouri streets, Thir.v
policemen will be on and near llolifns
KiM to maintain mri. n rm v.! I '
be allowed on Broadway during the
llnnrs nll Ii. In rliarp nl th limnt
departments of the Chiversitv. The
College of Arts and Science and ffchaol
of EdOCation will have eharcr' of 'the
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in. ,,uiau wUfbindle the second fhwr
and the journalists, Lawyers and Medics
will be in charge of the third floor. Tjw
Arr!ttra will fttrV.R tli miiEir- snrt
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tie Wabash 'andJLXX.T.pTiT A ATPT7DT AjVC
i are 'making preparations t.jjJL V71 i. J-Ul TtJ
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take care of the large crowds The Wa-
! bash has announced important changes
I in its service on. tomorrow and Thar-,
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Train An. 2, from Kansas Otv, U,Tliniik;trivinr' Exercises to Be ill
carry two extra coaches to be cut off iiru
Centraba and sent to Uilumbia Ihilrv
day morning. A second section of 6.
2 will leave" Kansas City at I2:4ajvtn.'.
.! two ,rh a diner land -inrI.
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I f.. Thi. iin will maVe nn stons. bot
will, run straight through ,o Dtoto J
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twnrt..iir. trora irenion. isns .irteir -
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Hvds to Columbia
o. 3, from St. U)uh.
nii have se
Vft O from St. Louis tc--.extra!!
lo. 1 irom st, xouis iw-u.a
coaches for football passengers.
Ko. S from St. Louis, will cany .-t,.,-!rr
section drawing room sleeper1 to
o. 20, surting from Moulton, la., will
liave two extra coaches Thnrsday mom-
ing .and will pick up passengers for Col,,
runbia on the north branch of tic Wa-j
kash. . . , , I
JS'o. 13 from Su Louis, will also have an
extra coach, discharging passengers aty
A ,-,"iI train, carryins tlie Kansas'
foot ball team ' .M-fcriy inurs-
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day morning --. - -
win be attached at Central- to serve,
lunelieon to inc icaa. .-
Tl following cha.ges m outing)
trains are afao announced: - . -, (c -
Tl,e Colombia brancn nam win ".-
1 ' - ,, . ' ,i -",-" ( r UTJU Mill UT HiI.'iiW.,U
ard sleeper at CaUaun with a jjar0.jdi.r ,. f ,JJ -
'an extra trip to Centralii leaving OoMT?!? pfYT TfiVTIHA
umbia at 9 p. m. to connect with. No. 51. . I1 lililll KAJL U iVlD LA
.This train will handle the Klrks-rUlef
coach, a sleeper carrying the Richmond: MAN Tl VTPTTiVT
'party to Lexington Junction and a sleep- ( lil-flll lO YIXjLIDL
'ex carrying the Richmond patty. This' AT1 .,. ,r . -,
.train is Intended to. handle pass-asers I I I If HI III, PI AY
on it- branch and for Sturgeon, Renickl KJl L UUiJ L UZX L
and Clark on tlie main line. .
A special train vill leave Columbia at
.1 p. m. Thnrday carrying passenger
'r Moberi) and statins i.n the Dei
Moines and Omaha lines. '
' i fh" i7"ul r-? ta" ".J
11:4j for Hans Oty. This -will be a
sleeper train carrying the Kansas, team'
and Hill not stop en route.
The last special will leave at Ud5TJ ,. c- ., ,. r ...!-
ifor Kansas Otv. It will carry all sleep-
5Ttbat could not be taken care of by
ithe.llt'to'traih and will male stops nest
ot'vJo1r'-. It will also carry a coach
t aajl steeper lor it. Louis to be cut out
r at, Centralia and atsacied to No. 4 or
Thc M, K. S T will also ran a special
sleeper train o St. Louis, leaving Col.
i umbia at 12:45.
Tr wpr a-nffiT!V( ltt nirK lir IVI,
win A. Mayes who U in charge of all ar-
TO START PARAIIK AT '
heard Irom since.
Turkey-Day Eyeat to Be Longest in ", afnoon and has not been n or
' History of City. ! "0" 'urr- automobile demonstrator J
1 Final plans for the Homecoming pa-' Xor ohn ,- "ylor' Enrage Hepped into
' rrf w-i- -nnnnnet l.t n!rt,t J.r IV). a Chevrolet motor car in front of tie
,h, paTade u U"rt a, ,0 0.dock n,iee a rnxpective customer
Tk-r rcgardles, of weather, . l- He nev
langcracnts. "Evcrytng is all set, nd."u '""" ."cuaiue wnere ne was io
' or apxihi"- ri said Mr Marc.
The P-a'de wilt start at 'the comer ot
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vuuiT&r ana fiuu-gn avenue in? rouic
ol march will be north on Celhfsc to
Broadway, west on Broadway to Sixth;
,,), ea Ssth ,0 n. ,, on n t
Nirt... ulh on -c;r,h .- L'nirir;
east on UniversitT to Hitt, and south on"uin- 'rc "c caa nor ueen nrougnt
Hi" to Rollins vhere the parade will I bk and a search was begun.
,):, j Th, k,:,i. ,j u,-j -tii Employes of the garage and Sherifl.
c a. h. Eew i(tl. Economics
Building on the East Campus for
ceremonies accompanyin- the laying of
tb corner stone of the new baildin-
There wdl be at feast .fixty-five floata
1 -. to...h vnlh msiiT rnnts and
noveliie. making-this the Isngest pa
tad; ever seen in Columbia. At the head
of the column will be the University R.
O. T. C Band followed by L'rivemtv,
state and citv oEcials in auwmoWles.
Dr. A. Rcm HiU and the. Bosrd of Cu-
ratott cf the University will be in one
of the cars. Other cars vill wiry Gos -
craor F. D. Gardner; Gevtmer-clect A.
L Hyde, Mayor James 51. OordoB, and
Att, rltv .lwia- T1, f(iaiui nf tfi
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,11 kn . in tlds sectfan. f
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ncots of the University in rhiv order:
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JU.-. Ar ano ce. .
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tnejneei", v.rauuaic iiuoc
Journalism, Law, Medicine and finally
eight Coals from the University women's
ftt uiisi w-n
The oSculs' cars, the band and. the
!jyiJa-"?aJW! ja$R t,,.SF!,r 1,T-TKfnhclSal-fJi"'!hl4Mear-1-Mtl .nflC
fi.. ,y..ci 3s .li-w ' ate viemitv. 4 second Monday in Januan' and will con-
BOTC will f qna on CoIItge avenue . warn tuc oepoi. ur. .viurry noes not ce
Rorth of Kudn. The Ad Crab andjhe ' hm that the man was his ton,
uoats of the county clubs will form under ' No reason can be offered by either
ih- command of Gdlner Ingles on Col- Ms wife or his father for Slurry's con
lege avenue south of Hudson. The Uni-. tinucd absence and both lear that he lias
entity woren's Goats will form on Mr- b a a victim of foul pla. Murry is
!;, ...Lr Mutl. of Hudwn. and about 29 years old. He married .Miss
those from tlie schools of Law and Med-,
e sciijois ui - - .w-.
llill--t tnnih of Hudson. The!
College ol Agticullurc will lorm on Had-
w:i riM ot Lxiiiege, ana mo sramu-n.1
oil' Htdsm vrctt pt Collese. All floats (
nui be in line by 90 o'clock. Any j
others desiring to take part in the pa-
'l! "' ttlu
de aie asked to report to tavnn a.
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The Thanksgiving services Thursdavj
wmn. will be held at lis- Uoi'tiaa .
ri.nWh ad not at t'le Prcsbv terian ,
!, a," was previ,ly -nouneetL ,
I . . h...n ..I 111. miNISTm Ol IHC.'
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fto'lbr pJramigl.t .nterlcre wtu, tneser-.
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preside. The str-
the Rev. ). A. !
Boulevard XI. E. .
lars" lie rresuyierian qusn coci-
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tt Maade Gwinn, 3Ii" Kuth
Clftt-s, J."D Jsiht-5 and Harold Cauldin. .
U ,ac "fms jnur ice anet
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I Ti.a Tl.aaksgivi.ig oaemis will b- - nt
to the soifrrjrs m the N9r Ess.
The order of the setvicjrH as fil..w.
The Bcr. Waller Hanshalter
Reading 10I President's ptBclaiBatwii
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The Re, J. D. Randolph
Dr. T.'W. Yonn
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COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1920
Roy Jturry QH Range Lin
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- on Trip to McBaine.
cPAFtril l IVCTITTiTffri
-UU IS liN.llI Ui.U
utiw; ciuui iuui ui iiiurucr"-"
Missing Man's Father Be
lieves His Son Is Being
At 4 o'clock lliis afternoon no traca
ol Murry had been found.
A man disappeared tome here te
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." wiuuiwa anu jtucutpon yesici'
FaS 2 o'clock jesterday aftemooa
, W Wt. Murry placed half a
i!ozi lart-t vilni mt1 tir. r 4
,le f" lalradiag to nail them up along
!M 'J- 'a -"""r dia not return
home his w.fe became uneasy. The
i f"V "" "lied. It had nat heard frcm
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riect Frcd Brown lne been ouiing
' e country since 10 o'clock lt night
ani ,ute covered the southern part of
' "" "" "'" uc vkubi pouce urpan-
J. LP " "! shortly after
rai ug-ii anu iiavc icaicnea l roaos
between liere and McBaine. No trace
of ilyv miir.g man lias In found.
Police oScial. discrctnt the theory
that Murry may have been ranrdcted
becau.e of the fact that they are un
able to find any trace of him. One oS-
cer believes that Murry may have picked
' "l8"111 ,Dal it"8 ,be ,M oSe"n
'n1" "de. They may havo then
tteeta-J m and forced him to onve
them nberever they directed.
Dr. P. H..5Iuitv. father of the niiksinff
BUB. thinks Ibat lu on Is nowhere-near
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! V Vnr and Ur l-year.d daugh-
IIBH TTaT-ITIlITr .1
Ir. Man. Maraaret. luve been vdth hen
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'? ' m-om irwlratin.
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, fcj"t and wearing similar clothes was
" coming into Columbia on the Wa.(
ba-h tracks shortly after 5 o'clock last
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bah tracks shortly after 5 o'clock last
tf t 1
evening. He was o foot and going to-
Annette Allen six or seven years aga.
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inev nave tivcu at 11 Hange line lot
tlie lat two Tears.
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Agriculture in 191213, and in 1913-14
enrolled in the Shorf-coursc. He did
SPECIAL POLICE TUUKSDAT
Deportment Adds Fifteen .Men to
Hatch Crooks and Handle Traffic.
Confidence men, pickpockets aad other
big crowd crooks will not liave much
uck womng among ino "occora.ng
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P v. vri'r -i ' ti Vr -i J "Turtey Shoot- Formerly U lur
Pohce Wiuesides. The City Council and, , ' , , t., , ,.,. , .t,-. t..
tlie police department have added about
fifteen men to the regular force in an
cuoit to handle the large crowd expect
ed. Each special train coming into Co.
lumbia will have on board a detective.
I He local olncers expect cooperation
from these men a,fter they get to Colum-
- A.st one special . J-
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vj-jci vtmiesiacs sain irtai everv Die.
Chief Wfiitesidcs said that every pre.
aalion lundle the
traffic succ-sfnllv and ,voM rrWt-
traffie successfully and avoid accidents.
Actnscd Bootlegger's Case
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' nraai iiircsiigauon.
Joel tfradlonl, Jr, wno was arrested
seatrrday, was released on SI W0 bond
tOF Inc. ltwrt -a Hiitrl
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searched, seventeen two-ounce
- ff w P" cent ginger were found ooi
As the raw- comes under-federal juris
diction, Bradford will be held until a
prohibition oflieer an investigate the
Bovle Oark. city attorney, who is out
cf '" "'" Probably be back tomorrow.
Bradford was in custody several weeks
1 aji on a charge of posessing and sell
ing finger illegally.
Charged With Stealing Pocket book.) be at home to all out-of-town vUilors
Clarence Patrick was arraigned beforci Wednesday evening after the mass mee!-
Judge John S. Eicknelt this morning ing.
charged with theft. Stella Clark charges ',
Patri'k wil.'i the theft of hr icketbook Titgro Sent to Fulton,
i -intaimog 830 on November 6. Patrick I Datid Washington, negro, was com
plcaded nut guillv and was rdeased on I mitlrd to the asylum t Fulton by thej
J20O !wil. Onntv Cnurt todav. ,
J0 vft WHICH WAY WILL THE Krt& M--
lM .. WIND BLOW JK Jltv
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i LEGION POST
' $(,() Given for Memorial Fund
Campaign for New -Members.
Tb Herbert Williams I'ot of the An
nan Legion raised $00 at its meelin
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Memorial fund. Tlurleen mmk
"' ''"' P"1 -isf,1 amiili MO ii if
miutilis for the uieniviial tablet of the
ar Mothers', dub. Their goal is $100,
3ni ;, - txvatt& , rbrj within'
t the next few dajs.
' A camDaien for new mrtnlicrs fnr ili
started at the meeting t
elude with a sociat meeUng for the mem.
cs and i-llier Itrm-r service mm as
Tlie Lrginn iKi-t 1 af-o rtarting a
movement to inaugurate Armi-tire Day
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10:58 uiflil 11 o'clock on Armistice Day
every bell tolls, and all students in the
School stand in complete silence.
Several committees were appointed at
the meeting. There are: Visiting Com
mittee, Isidore Victor and II. I. Maupin.
whose duties are to visit all members of
the Legion post wlio are sick; four mcta I
berskip trams with D. J. Sullivan, cap-)
lain of the first team: trnrst Rowland,
captain of the serond Icami Scrgt. V.
u .,icll, cap
C McCall, captain third team: t. H.
ir.,.l.,m ,.,; fnnrtK i. (Vrrrinn
, Robnett is publicily captain of the mem-
TUHKEY SHOQT AT .M'BAI.NE
Lucky Shots Will Win at .Mitchell
Wood's) Farm Tomorrow.
TnrlfMf tirtrtl" ill r hld tnTnofTrtW
-t the farm of -Mitchell Wood, near Mc
, Baine. The rhoot will start about 10
o'clock and last until the turkeys have
Th. . ,, waJJ 0, noiMUnsl
been eliminated. Now targets are used;
in most cases and sometimes trap snoot
ing decides who gets the tutkey. Tomor
row targets will be used. The price ol
each chance determines the number of
men in the contest for the turkey. If
there are ten men paying 50 cents a
chance, then the turkey will bring $3.
If chances sell for less, then the number i
of rnlrir. fnr nrh turkcT is increased.
There will be a loc fire on the erounds,
and while not shooiina tie neoolc will
be able to" keep warm.
CHURCH CONFERENCE HERE
Program for ' Work in County Is I
Representatives from four Christian
Churches in Boone County met in a con.
ference at the Christian Churci this
morning' lo discuss the church programs
and budaets for the coming year. The
ins towns were represented;
lumbia. Sturgeon, Ilarri-burg ami Red
.Marriage License Issued.
A marriage license has been issued
today lo Era melt Edmund Davidson, 20,
of Centralia and Miss Bertha Mae Mar
shall 16. ol HaUville.
At Home to Visitors. I
President mvtii Wn. A. Koss Hill will'
ROOTERS SAY IT WILL BE A CLOSE CONTEST
wT? " f rMM r '
For Columbia and vicinity: Mostly
.-loudy wralher tonight and Wednesday;
not much rlunre in trmpcrature; low
est tumglit ab-iut 32.
for Missouri: Mostly cloudy weather
lonifht and Wedncsdjy; slightly warmer
ilrcin- pprivn tfpight.
Muppe-- torrrasl: vtithin a radius
.f iXI mil i.f Columbia the lowest lea
etain-c ' ing the nevt 36 hours will
V .-Itrot ticcrmg.
rV Wfj'lrr still is slt.rmy in the low.
r Lite ai.d upr-r Uhi rntrins. and on
ill. iVvrth A'lantic coast, but elscwhfje
clear to partly otrrrat tkies have pre-
moderate low pressure is over the
Southwest with its renter in Oklahoma.
The presurr is increasing throngbour the
Northwest While the low pressure pos
"r. Miroe unsettled possibilities, tie
High ter the- ii!iwar4 will trr; thin
likely rrove llie dominant feature for the
rI'.er Missouri alley during the next
day or two.
Missouri roads are in fair to good con
dition. "Tlie arrangtracnl of atmospheric pres
sure Ls such as t indicate more or less
cloudy, cliilly weather for Wednesday
clonuy, ciuiiy wea
J Thury. but no precipitation of
i consequence and no severe cold is
Local Data: The highest temperature
in Columbia vesterday was 47 degrees;
and the lowest Iat night was 24 degrees.
Precipitation 0.00. A year ago yester
day the highr-t temperature was 61 de
grees and the lowest was 33 degree.
Sun rose today 7.-01 a. m. Sun sets .4:58
p. nt. Moon sets 4:06 a. m.
Conimitlec Is Appointed to Pro
i vent U. S. Commerce From
Cf UsilrJ I'xeH.
St. Lous. Nov. 23. Sixty-three busi
ness men representing a total business
investment of more than $000,000,000
lat night look action to prevent the gen
eral business stagnation which seems to
be settling over tlie country.
Ten retailers wholesalers and jobbers
were named to form -a committee to en
list the aid of all business men through
out the United States. This plan, sug
gested by the head of the May Store,
was adopted by a vote ol the enure as
i-KCBtas tpou.,K WHE.tr
' VuKi ""
PRATT, Kan. Nor. 23 One-dollar
heat was predicted here today by J. D.
Frishie, of the Pratt Flour Mills Com
cany. He said, "Wheat is coming down and
we might as well face the music. I
think it will reach a level of 1 soon.'
Car Throws a Wheel and HiU Curb.
An automobile owned by Francis M.
Ilulelt of 1319 Anthony street, lost its
left front wTirel at tie corner of Mis
souri and Cunlev avenues Sunday night
1 he car, driven bv Mr. Hulett, was go.
ing ca-t on Conley at a moderate rate
j vihen the front spindle broke and the
wheel came off. The machine swerved
into the curbstone. ISo one was hurt.
BRING YOUR OUT-OF-TOWN gRlENDS
lo sec thv Columbia Evening Missourian go lo press each
neck-day afternoon in the basement of Jay H. Neff Hall on
the West 'Campus.
From 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock is the best time. .
Ask at the Missourian's business office on the first floor
fora.pamplet descriptive of the building.
Charles Early, Owner of Hotel,
Pays F. L. Limerick $2,000
for His Lease.
The Athens Hotel changed hands yes
terday in a deal in which Char In Early,
owner of the hotel, paid F. L. Limerick
J1000 for Ids lease on the building,
which waa to expire July I, 1922. Mr.
HnKtkk baa put the hotel on a paying
basis for the tint time Since tie Daniel
Boone Tavern was opened.
Early in tarn has rented the hotel to
IV. 'R. Hal, an experienced hotel man
'from Memphis, Mo, who will take pos
session the first of the year. Limerick
will hare charge of the hotel until that
ASHLAND TO HAVE CHAPTER
War Mothers of Columbia Assist
Others In Organising Club.
The first work-of thecampaJgn to be
made by the local chapter of tie Amer
ican "War Mothers for the purpose of es-
Ublisning otherjehapters in Boone Coun
ty ( was undertakes ' when four women
from the local 'chapter went .to Ashland
today lo help trganize a chapter there.
There are a number cf war mothers
in and near Asand and they are anx
ious to learn of the' work the national or
ganization is doing, and 8 form a chap
ter, in Ashland. For this reason they
called a meeting at 2 JO o'clock this af
ternoon at Ashland, and invited the Co
lumbia chapter to send representatives to
explain the work to them and to assist
the In 'perfecting an orgaraikm.
Thi local women who attended the
meeting this afternoon were: Mrs. G. V.
Lawhora. Mrs. W. P. Williams, Mrs.
George -TroleU, and Mrs. J. IL Hardy.
Committees -have- been appointed
amoog'tbe members cf the local chapter
for tie purpose of promoting the organ
iaUo'n of chapters in Roebeoon, Hails-
ville, Centralia, Htttsburg, Sturgeon aad
tTrfDBRGOJs AX OPERATION
Miss Margaret McCauatland Op
crated on for Appendicitis.
Miss .Margaret MeCaustland, daughter
of Dean and Mrs. E. J. MeCaustland cf
the School of Engineering, underwent sa
operation for 'appendicitis yesterday at
the Parker Memorial Hospital
Will Rem-ber the Needj.
Among the organiiations in Columbia
and the University that are making plana
for contributing to the needy families in
town on Thanksgiving Day are the Char
ity Organi lion. Social Service Commit
tee of the Y,' W. C. A. "and. women's clubs.
The churches, grocery store and meet
markets are alto roaaing plans for an
swering whatever calls are made let
their help Nostssber 25.
Pr-JcjrnljJti Meet Tonight.
There' will be 'an important meeting
of all pre-joornalisti hi the Auditorium
of Neff.HaH at 7:15 o'clock this evening.
Flan for Homecoming and the Scoop
A headline oisge three of section
two of this issue inadvertently refers to
Amnions, a former Kansas .football play
er, ss s iiger. sue name ea mould
have twen "BilljJ Blees, a 1911 Tiger.
M MBER 71
" DUBLIN KILL 3
Grenades Used in Riolcr At
tack Fail to ExpWe; Po
liceman's Body I Found
DUBLIN IS SURROUNDED
Police and Troop- Seartliin"
for 200 Gunmen Hidden in
City; All the Stores
&7 I'altttJ Tim.
Drau-t, Nov. 23. Mnn remers anj
troops clashed here in tin- trerl last
night. Three Sinn Frincr were killed
after an attack had lx-en made upon
entries who were patrolinr in the street.
Hand grrnidea were ued in the attack
but, due lo detective nurhacirni. they
failed to explode.
The qrusked bod) of a policeman has
been .taken front the River Liny. Dubhn
Is virtually cut ejf from the- rest of the
world. Somewhere in the city there are
Twenty Pages Tonight.
This, the Homecoming edition of
the Columbia Evening Misjourian.
contains twenty pages iu three sec.
lions. In lie event anv section of the
paper should be missed in the copy
delivered to ou by the earner you
should notify the business oiiire cf the
Missourian, TeL S3, and aj complete
copy will be sent to yon.
two hundred Sinn Fun gunmen fot
whom the police and troops ate search
ing. There is a cordon of troops about
the city and within the search is going
on. All of the stores are closed and
practically all of the populace is remain
ing behind drawn shades.
sun TEiH-ts nrxn roa ttnoa
By V&ftti Prm.
London, Nov. 23. One Sinn Feiner
who took part in the murder of four
teen British officers has been killed and
three others have been caught according
to s report of Sir liammir Green.
wood. (Secretary for Ireland.
3 k'iluo i.n iKUXisn at coax: ,,
Sr I'shta. Fm.
Cork. Nor. 23.. Two Sinn FeinenTand
one policeman were ah.ot in Millstreet s3
County Cork, last night
U.S. TO OCCUPY
London Beeches Bcport That
.vianuaiory itiay tic nstan
lishcd. Br Vmuti r -
LoMKKf, plor. 23. According to a
telegram received here todav. ihe United
States is expected to occupy Armenia. .
timcials ot the League said such action
was necessary to avoid friction between
the European countries.
Br Uibd rtiM.
GtStYA. Nov. rLi.1.nl Robert Cecil
'today demanded that Lithuania and Po
land be punished for contin-jng the war'
.after they had submitted their centre-'
rsy to the League Assembly for settle ,1
'that it liil hf (Tinii!srrrl an irt of f ?
asairit the othn- mpmLm of ihe Ie -.-
'it ffli Iti rf..4VlliM..AI .fsv ft Ii4 111 Tl. r?
icicrieu lo.tne Kague. I lie pumi aeni
is complete severing of relations with the'
nARDING ARRIVES IN PANAMA"
Enteral a Canal Port.
Cilhstoiu, Canal Zo.xt, .Nov. 2i ;
President-elect Hardine and Ids parly.
arrived here at 9 o'clock this monuniii 4
Several airplanes escorted them m'and '..
there was a. targe crowd at the dock 'to s.
creel th ma. ' .
BOLOGNA RIOTS QCELL.T
Orftr U Restored Following ytster;
day's Disturbance. '-.
Sr Uaiui PifM. j
Botoesa. Nn. ! rv i veatored, '
jiere today after the riots cf the &vi-i
ists and the Nationalists wbkh teek
place yesterday. Both sides ny7
maintain peace. 5
HOG JIARKET DEJIORALIZ;
RfM..I . -. j n..L.
"--- -scalers 10 r"" '-&::
. . Slakes Prices KslL tl I
r lh i-rnk -i
Clttcaco, Nor. 23. The liog mar-f
today were entirely demoralUrd. T?eS
cause is said to be because the jwfa
ttlused to purchase. The price new ,,
iu, mowing that the markcl Ml J--,
Serere .Storm on Northeast
Bosto.x. Nor. 23. A severe
swept the northeast coast to 1.
was a record hieh tide aloof the
and the wind swept at a terrific &
Rnrnlng; Soot Causes Fire.,
Uurninr soot canscd a Ere at the i
ol the Iter. Joseph Stephens. UM 1
on avenoe, at 2 clock. Ils
-.', ta-vt f. 7