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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN
8 PAGES, 64 COLUMNS
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1922
TO BE FORCED
Dirt-dor of Funds Are
Full Power to Sue
FEW HAVE NOT PAID
Dissatisfaction Caused When
Scheme to Pay 6 Per
Cent Returns Is
On!) a few of ill? WO sub-cribcr-from
Iloone (ountv toward tlic nev
bridge, spanning ihe Missouri I!ier at
Boonvdlc. will lie affected b the reso
lution pa-'ed l) the director ..f the
Olil Trail- Bridge Compan) at j meet
in? in Bionvillc la-l week.
The rc- billon diloj'irx at llie meeting
ni. the officer- in charge full aulhor
ilv to bn.ig -uit against members who
it tu bring suit again-t member- who
are delinquent in their first payment
. II. Nowell. vice president of the OM
Trail- I5ncl- Companv, stated today tliat
alino-t all of the sub-cribers from
B"ne (iuiity have laid, a'tliough tlio-
who have not he believe- will niake ar-
rangcment to .li-charge either all u. '
part of ti, .r obligation ,er -. j
Nmie disitiM.iti"ii an when, .u ;
iu ferit-r-il Ijh rrlalin-i lo lull bridge v
hiphwa-. it Has iirccary to aLaiutun
llj- onpnal chcme nhirh -unuM pa 6
jt cent rrturn on tiir ine--tment of all
mb-cnbT. anil the bridge had to be'
made a free one. A feu Mib-cribcr- ho
drdpd tlwinrKi lMlieinp they would
rmne (t jht t-n! an reluctant to a-
sunw tlieir ol.di j:Jli;n- no that the
budge Hill ni produce revenue. The
directors howcter. belie, c that all ub
M-nlier- are bound both nrrall and
lril! U nuV.e giMnl their Mib-eript'on.
The rrwilution pa.--ed by the board of
dirutor-- of the OM Iroi'- Iiride Com
jan read- a folb-:
Ke-olved. b the Imard of director- of
the Old Trail- Mridgr Coinpam that the. !
are lepall. an I morally bound to col j
Icit twriit. fne i25l (er lent of llit- j tm-;Iit will nm-i' the cemmi inner- ;
-uh-rriMion- made for the rirriMiM ofit., ,.,,.rv. td,. uurl no ibe ro.,l .ici nrd !
buiMinp a bridpe aT.i-s the Missouri j
H it fiirih'-r r-i!ii. tbat tbe t
tral stucklio'ders win hate failed to pa
Iwcntj fie 125) per cent of their re-
-Iitliie -ub-triplio- lie apain reqticsleil
to pa -aid thrnt-i-fnr 25t percent ol 1
tlieir tuli-cription-, and. in lh eienl J
of tlieir failure in pa) -aid amount of
sub-criplion- -o ilu'e. iben suils be in--Iituted
apain-t s-i( tklni4u-nl sub
scriber or -ub-cribrr- to nforce the pa.
menl of the amount due on each sub
II was oiipinallv planned that Boon!
rille's new bridge should ! a loll bri.lpe I
(.nan.nl bv pnva.e -ubvnp.ions. Ncarlv I
SSTO.OUU wa- -"b-criiied-enough tr
build the briugr-and the f.r-t pavmenl
ol 25 per ,.-nt of the total am-ju.-it' sub
s.ribed fell due la-: March first. Near!) i
evenlm.lv paid tl.e requirid 25 per cenl j
at that time and ome aid the total
amoant tf ih. ir subscription.
Rork was bepun on the bndge. which
is nou nearing completion, and it wa
'arped that bv rai-ing half of the moncv
local!), ihe ;..veri.nint coutd be called
uion lo ap(rove ihe project and pa)
. half llie ro-t. pri.vi.iefl it wa a fr.e
b-iilce. A rainiuien wa- nut on to rai-4-i
$123,000 in C.k.t (unlv, with the un
iler-tsmling thai ihe original -!ib-cnbcr I
.It .. al
pay me urn J.) per cnt anil llien tie re-
heved of ihe balance of llicir subcrip-1
.ion.. Those Hll aid .,,. fail amoun,
lion. Those who paid llie full amount
pleilped will receive all but 25 per cent
of their suh-cripli..n back.
The compan) wMie- ti wind up its
business as nh.u as possible and to da
tlii it is nece-sar to collect from all
l:o have not paid in 23 per cent of
SlSPEcfis TAKEN" TO JAIL
Companion Charge. Haves Shot Dr.
E. Hall and Choir Singer.
"vnv Ekinswkk. N. J- Oct. ).
Crouching in lerror before a crowd lhat
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urged about the courthouse. Clifford j
Haves was taken lo iail this afternoon a'of
the re-ull of a formal charge of murder '
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mail anitnf i..n. ,. I... siuu.iinir ii i.
Dr. Edard Ha'l and Mr-. James Mills
v .(.a.,,-. ...hi km hit -..-;-.-...,. -.
Thearre-i .,f llv.-s came as a surnrise i
in the un-aliopal murder a-e.
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companion, I!a)mond Schneider,
ere grilled all night, and. on the lattcr's
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ci-iciu-T.i mai nave- nan suoi inc mini ,
ter and ihe choir leader by mistake.
Schneider will be beld as a material ',
.tnts, ar,, il !. larn , ,ail later I
-Mrs. Noyes Will Speak to League.
Mr-. Guv I., ove- will -peak on',- r,,r .l. fMt ..f their lives, accord-
The "Aomen's ..te in California." at i
the luncheon for the League of Women
..ters i.. I- ......n Wednesda. ai the
ClU.. i.. ... r w r.r.r, ;ll!
sw-ak .. -i",i .1 ilW.il Meihods of .
Uting. Wording ... Missouri Iw." j
False Alarm at Pemberton Flail.
I tie iire ileiarlment via- railed mi
IVmbeiton Hal! at 3 .ch.ck ve-terdav ,
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-.tuiwn. However, lucie -a- .... ....
and the moke which filled the place
"- due lo ui-plvrJ t..iTpiK joint,
For Columbia and vicinit): Fair and
rrnl tonight. Tuesday fair and slightl)
warmer. Lowe-l temperature about W.
For Mi ouri: Fair tonight and Tues
day; slightly warmer Tue-dav.
During ye-terdav light rain fell oer
the eastern parts of Iowa and Mi ouri,
and this morning ram continued ea-l over
Illi:. j.a on to .New Tuirk. Clear -kic- ob
tained this morning in we-tern -eetion-
to anil ineluding the Mi i ippi alley.
The weather is root generally, ae in
Florida ami along lit roa-t north to in
cluding North Carolina. There W3s quite
hrav) fro-t la-t night in Kansas and Ne
braska, and light deport- formed in the
southern part if Iowa ami northern part
Missouri dirt roads are Mill rather mud
dy. Fair weather is the outlook.
I.r.cal data: The higheM temperature
in Columbia )esterdav wa- 5.1 degrees
ami the lowet la-l night was 42 degrees.
I'recipitation OM. A year ago ye-terda
the highe-t temperature wa 7t degree-,
ami the lowe-t wa- 50 degree-. Sun ro-e
today at 6:13 a. in. Sun -et- today at
3-40 p. m. Moon n-cs 8:01 p. m.
$1,500 MARK IS
AIWW JV farmers tO OUDSCriDC
to Rocltejiort I.OUll Fund
The total vubcri'tion to the Iioihe-f
port road fund had reached the M .500
marl tmla with three or four commit-1
tee. et to be heard from. The fund.)
rai-ed up to date, constitute- nb--rip-1
lion- from merchant. buine men and '
a:dcnt of ( olumbia and it i ex
iKtteil that the tnone rawil from the
farmer at the road meeting at Midwa j
hIiooI boir-e tomorrow night wi'l bring)
the total up to $2,000. Fift dollar i (
the largest amount gien b an one jwr j
Hn but eeral hate ubtribel tin j
E. I. Cauthorn. nlm ha already made
ure of the road, nill probably lw put
i in iharce of the repair work. One
' .i r . f i i . i
0l,..r man from Columbia and tliri-
fjrm,.r, to lK -eli-cted at the merlin;
;. to J. T. Mc.Mullan, chairman of the I
(committee aprxiintcd b the Commercial j
Qui.. (lion in Sl 'jh! je-tenlay, Ma-nnnl lt-nl
XIcMullan urpes that a- many Colum-'" the chief Mter and wreck-r of the!
bia men attend the meetinp at Mida j Democratic party. He declared that j
-:inclhou-e as can no iM po. He -ajs' liecd - not the nominee of the iru-
that mone from the farmer- will betjorit of the DemiM-rrt-, but wa- noin-l
rai-ed at the meetinp and that the ran J inattd b) the support of number- of lie- J
mittee wjhe- to -tart work on the road
within the net few daj-. j
A- it i expected that ihe farmer, will!
u-e team- to haul the pracl to trie;
place- needing repair, mo-t of the mone I
;mI uill tie used lo hire men lo -lav
at the gravel pit- lo load the wap...-.- an.' j
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i lIjrf that .,- ' '' .
fund will be left to provide a ma.nlen-;
" fu3,J f"r llle Fn -!'-P -!
d " ' !i fl,e'1 '""" v-1
Tlle m cling tomorrow n.giit will oe
lleM " 8:r, x''- Tl"' -ecr"--T "' ,
t!,e Commercial Club will call a large j
number of Columbia resident- ant' ;
tran-poriaiion ... ....- ...u-.a, -s -1
house will be arranpeil.
WHEAT CROP ESTIMATED
AT 810,823.000 BUSHELS
Condition of Corn Crop Set at 7S.4 1
1'.. fVni Oals 51.1 Itushel- 1
(n the Acre.
'tr I mttrA 1'mt
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310.823.000 bushel-, it was announced to-
daj b the Department of Agriculture, j
OtliT e-limates were a-foIlows;W inter
'wheal, 511.809,000 bushel; -pring whrat, I
2C8.31 1.000 Iiu-hiU; com, 2.813,159.000
bu-he!s; oats. 129.774,000 bu-hel-.
The condition of the corn crop was sel
at R.i per lent.
ARTILLERY TO HAVE OUTING
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captain rauiconer nans -i.-jaiv "J
for Advanced Course.
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sleak frv. i the treat which Captain J. ,
f- i i- I If- -lml -.-,
. tufa-oner has planned for members
the advanced course in licld artiller)
of the P.. O. T. C. next W..!ne-Iav night.
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! niir-- - -Mill lie lunii-inu u - .
O. T. C and on account of the
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!... ..T li.-.rua -.nit- -tluilll lH-fnlflTt
members of the unit and tlieir girl,0'
'friends will lie invited. Only memlrrs .
in advanced rour-c and men who attend-
ed the field artillery training camp will
i ..i;:m. r..r ii... trin '
ot- .r. .....- . - ..--. ,
According to Captain Faulconers
plans the part) will meet at R. O. T. C
headquarter, at 7 o'clock Wednesday ;
evening for the hor-e-. The) will rule;
several miles out into the countrv, .lis-.
mount aml -..icket their hor-es, and pre-i
ing ,,, Captain Faulconer.
Ranee Line Property Sold.
Mrs. Lizzie Gions has bought the,
liou - r and lot at 824 Range line, for)
$1,600 from Rieh.nl Rowland of M '
ler - sin X-ll), loe ..rai tf- -... .. --
Fulton Couple .Married Here.
ttrlw-rt K Mn7ra- and Mi-- Ial
Herbert K. Muzzy and Mi-s Malcena
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Davis of Fulton were married here
urda) afternoon bv the-Rer. S. S Keith,
Columbia League of Loyal Dem
ocrats Makes Known lb In
tent ion to Work Against
SIGNED BY 150 AT NOON
W. D. Vamlivcr, State President,
Calls Heed Chief Colter
and Wrecker of the
Petitions calling on local Democrat to
support state, district and county candi
date but declaring that "there i no true
and loyal Democratic candidate for tint
ed State senator were signed b more
than ir0 Columbia citizens by noon to
day. The petition were put into lircu
lalion tlii morning by inem!er of thr
Columbia brant, h of the League of Loyal
W. 1). andiver of Columbia i prri
dent of the Mate organization exfrcled
lat week in M. loui. i
Mmc than half of the Democrat ajnl
pioachctl were willing to pledge them-1
?elies to support all party candidate
with the ception of Jame Kced, sena-
torial candidate, according to 1). . an-i
d.er. oii of the state president. 1
llie tet of the ctition i? Jt follows?
Tir-t: To keep alie ttie pint of
true Dem(cracy as expre-ed in the
national Democratic platform and
examphfied in the lofty ideals of
Woodrow WiImui. the lat Demo
cratic I 'resident of the Tinted Mates.
eiond: To encourage all true
Democrats to oiii- to the ndl- tn
lection i and ote for eery luyal
Democrat on the taie. district and
countv litkei. Hut as there is no
true and loyal Democratic candidate
for I tilled Mate cnatr all m ni
Ikt of thi organization are hen by
pledgtil to everci1 the con-titutioii
al right f prnate judgmtnt and
ote according to conictitn.
We, whoe rumps jpiar Ik'Iow,
fulh approve the alHue declaratbtii
and will aid in the carrying out of
the purpose tsicf!.
W. I). Var.dner in a -tatement i ucd
from the beadiiu2rters of the orpaniza-.
publican- wlii hae no idea of -.up-irt-'
inp an other Democrat on the tit 1st t. j
Mr. Vaudiier left e-terda for M
l-oun w Here lie protja!)!) will remain un
til the end of the campaign. There are
three petition- heinc circulated omonr-.
the men and three among the women,
,m. NORRIS WAUXsTaUEXTS!
One Diphtheria Case Reported and
Two of Scarlet Fever.
f)r w v s,,, Ir)u lalc ..,,,1
,-onimi-sioner, report- one ease of dipb-1
h.ria ,e t(antJ a, ,,p ,wm , j.
Si(!.N hrcp m;,M nrrt f ..
Tnere arL. two ca,.
f scarlet fever in
Columbia. One is M. W. Murrj, 303 St.
Jo-rph street, and the othrr is at llie
home of II. . I.aliuc. 110i) Ro-enurv
. lane. This Jailer ia- is about read)
lo be di-mis-cd.
"At ihi- lime of the vear," -aid Dm-lur
j Norris "there is more danscr of diph I
,lh.ria, and parents s,,.uld watch their j
I 'I I . .1 f.-tl- - t
.iiuniren uiniai-raieuni) ior an) .pn-
- of soreness, and if an) appears, a p
IcU. -.hould be called immediate!,
iAV,LER FUNERAL TODAY J
Services Held at Catholic Church!
bv the Rev. John P. Lynch.
Funeral service- were held at 2 o'clock'
this afternoon for John A. Lawlcr. 27 J
i years old. -on of Dr. Martin P. Lawlcr.
J7 Willis avenue. The sirviie. were held I
!d, ,hc s.acrcd Icart ctli.li Church audi
were conducted b) Ihe licv. John P.I
Mr. Iwler died OcloIieT 3. at an arm)
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He "a" i-Cvn miner uruiincjn ii nim'
He i- -urviv
I bv In, mother, father',
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Memlier of the American Legion act-
a l'3 ""'
K1r.' liAITfMlTEIr-: Tfl MEET I
Will Hold Annual State Convention
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The kings Daughters will hold their
annual state convention in Columbia.
Oclolier 17. 18 and 19. The meetings
will be held at the Chri-tian Church.
There are thirty circles of the King's
Daughters in Mi ouii and about fift)
delegate- are exiected. The speakers
will include the Rev. W. M. Hau-halter. '
Dean Waller Miller. Mi-s Glad). Pen
nington and Mrs. P. E. Coil of Mexico.
Illness Confines W. S. Hart to Bed.
"' 0c, qMilm
'?. Hart will be confined to hi- lied for
at lea-t two week- a- a result f a
critical illne from which he i- r.vov-
erinp. His pli)-ician5 staled that Mr.
,,,, i r
at-;Harl had barely escaped a ease of l) -
K. IV SCOTT ISUYS EIGHTH
STREET IHUCK BUILDING
I-ive Stock and Household Articles
Sold in Sale of Chandler
Tlic twii-or) brick buiMiup ccupicl
Iiy llie llulelt Imilrnirnt Co. as soM
tlii. morninj; b llie Chanilli-r .tale to
K. I. icnlt if Columlib. Tin cnnsitl.
frali.m -nj- $16,000. Tlic buililine
fronts 71 1-2 fert on Eiplitli -trm anil
extend-, 120 fitt on Clicrr).
Tliii ia. a part of tlie '-al comluctiil
l J. A. Strnart in ill intrrest- of tlir
Farm iinpl mrni-., Iir llHl. ami wimt
lioiwlioli! articlr- wrn -old thU mtm
inp. Irii.e er rr Ioh. A parr
briil Poland China . willi corn pips
soM for StlJiO; 150 pound s-lioat; around
S13. 2-eir-ilil rrpitcrrd I'oland
China Ixiar vifipliinp alxnil four liundrrd
-.Himl- --old for $2t. Tli famil) driv
ing hor-r Has 4dil for 311. Two mule
colt tombed the l.ne! price leiel, a
mare toll s-ellinp far $32 and a horse
roll blinking $22.
llou-eliold furniture, rups and piano
Mere Kild at aUiut half priie.
The liou-r and building-, lopclhrr with
fourt'en acre- ,if land, were -old thi
afleriuion to V,. Z. Jolinxni for 39.030.
."i acre- of Ijii.I rr of the fourteen
acre tract -dd to Joe Slronp lor $2.
073. A 10 aire trail wa- -old to Joe
Slronp for S3JXM. Will K. Smith bouplit
9 acre- ea-t of the hou-e and lot for
J J, WO.
Kcrt) acre- were -old to . Tralcr for
JPiTl. reen acre- wire wJd to I'aal
I'liillip- for 5l.aUl. Two and one third
.M re- were -old to I. U ( J-ejdt. K. C
link-eale- IniupU a fortJi re tract for
$5,750. Tlirrr tract- of 23 one third
acre- eai b were Imupht h F. I. Ilich
man. at 133, ?130 aid J150 re-jx-ctiieU.
STRIKE IS OVER
ON C & A. ROAD
Apn-eiiient Reached Saturday
AlTcJt All Shopnieii of
7v f utt J Vf if.
SnuNciimi. III.. Oil. ' Official m
her was rcci(il I.Mla ..I llie lernuna-;?" '-uck. ami a siicr. ..iauuu win,
lion of ihe -iriki on the Chicjpo.S Al-I" is a'-o a -ludenl in the collepe.
Ion railroad. 1 be jyrecment wa- reach j The sludenls and faculty of Chri
cl Saiunla. mcht in Chi-apo and willltian Collepe pae a l-eauliful blanket
aCtct all shopmen of ihsl nud. of flower?. All activities at Christian
hue been su-pendeil for a while. The
EIGHT DIVORCE CASES
TRIED IN CIRCUIT COURT
Non Support Is Charged of All Who
Appeared Before Judge
Itghl divorce ca-e- were tried before
Judg I). II. Ilarri- lhi- morninp in the
Circuit (ourl. Verduts on the case- will
be handed down on the la-l da) of the
0. tidier term of court.
Tl.e ca-e- Imd lhi- morning were:'
France- E. I.ranham again-t Fountain j
II. lirai'ham. .barging ileserlion and non-1
support: Anna May Booth against Silas .
Booth, neprees, charging dc-erlion and!
non support; Odessa Pa)ne Brown I
ajainst Perry A. Brown, ncgroe-. charg-1
ing drinking and non-support; M)rtle
A. Forbi- ?pain-t Jc--e ( rorbis,
charging non-suppon. Mrs. Forbis" lit
tic bov refu-cd lo allow his mother to
remain on the witness stand alone, and
via- permitted to join her.
Horeme Ma) Hatfield against Charles
II. llalfield, charging nnn-supMtrt; An
na 1 Johnson against An hie John-on.
charging non-upix.rl: Grace 11. Ke-ler-son
asainst lVn K. Ke-ter-on. charging
d.s-crlion and non-support; Jacob V.
Samuel- apjin-t Marv llutkner Sam
I HEART DISEASE IS
nave recently oeen reiin.-oc. .-
Funeral of J. F. Henry ti!l lie at f ish and polish, and show a decided im
.Mount Zion Cemetery. Iprnvement.
John Francis Henrv, 63 vears old. dieil I Miss May Hamilton, Y. W. C A. sec
of heart ui-ea-e at his home near Hall-1 retar) from St. Loui", i- in Oilumbia
ville ai 1 o'clock this morning. . lhi- week in the interest of the Y. W. C
Funeral -.-nice- will b. held at tl'e r A. at Stephens and Christian collcpes.
.Mount Zion t enieler). almul twelu miles She will talk to the cabinet of the Uni-noilhea-t
cf Columbia. The time will not vcrsit) Y. W. C A. at its Monday even
Im set until word i- receive.! from two inp 'meeting,
-en- in Vvvominp. i ,
Mr. Ilen'r, i- survived I,, bis wife and ! AV. C. T. U. SENDS DELEGATES
thne son: Samuel Grav of Columbia, and
I-dgar and Hubert of Chevenne, W)o.; a
.laughter, Mr-. H. H. Wil-on of Moore
house. AI...: and two si.ters, Mrs. 11. M.
Dv.r of Columbia, and Mr-. J. 11. Ilraw.
Sinhnn,- lf, xw i,iWiv Si stem.
The bludent's Civic Associat'ion of
Nenlteii Onh'zc ha inlitutnl a point
svs,em in -I,. activities wbereb, work
in activities is more evenly di-tributed.
Each activitv count- for a certain num-
I -r .. .,:.. ,...1 f... -, .;,! 1,. i,.nl
- V 'WStl( Ullll Ulls-S li i- -'
of -o many points she will not be pcr-
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iiuiicii io enter anv ouier ac.iiii). ja...
-:.i . : .. . ...a ..i... i.:.i,
..i uc-.j;.idies up.. ii a sii. -im. ..
school activities she took part in and
what college activities she wihe- to en
ter. In thi- way the census committee
hopes to interest a larger number of girls
in activities. Mis-
Nelle Roeckir of
Council Bluffs la, is president of th
Student's Civic A ociation.
Charged With .Murder of Two.
itvv l.Rt'Nsivick. N. J. Oct. 9. Clif-
ford lla)e-. 19. will Ik charged with the
murder of Dr. r.dxard Hall. pa--t:r.
and Mr-. James Mill-, choir leader, ac-1
cording to an official statement made b) j
prosecutor Dceclrmin and Stickler.
TO TEST THE
AT U. S. DOCKS
Seven Steamers of Cunard and
White Star Lines to
Leave London on
SHIPS' NAMES WITHHELD
Action Is Result of Shippers'
Meeting Where Decision
Was Made to Oppose
By I'mteJ Preit.
London. Oct. 9. Seen ship-; of the
Cunard and While Star lines are to tail
for the I nited States fully stocked with
iJil-"r, to test the Dauphcrt) order pro-
bibilinp the entrance of ships laden willi
liquor into American ports.
This action was the result of a meet
inp of the shippers, where it wai decided
to lest the order. The names of the
ship-i to be u-ed were withheld.
CLARA ZUCK, CHRISTIAN
COLLEGE STUDENT. DIES
Did Not Realize Seriousness of Ill
ness Father Is Judge of
Mi Clara Zuck, a student in Chris
tian Collepe. died at 9 o'clock Saturda
nipm in llie lloone Lounly llo.pital til
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tubercular iieriloniti". Mis, Zuck had
not lieen feelinp well for some time but
did not think her illness seroius until
Ia-t Tuc-daj, when she became so ill
that he had to lie taken to the ho-pital.
Dr. F. C. ISifong operated at once but
ihe opcralio could not sdt,e her.
Mi-- Zuck wa- 19 jears old Oilobcr
The students of Christian Collepe
went to the Wahash -tation jeslerday
morninp. when the body was sent to
Mainour p. la. The funeral will he held
Miss Zuck was llie dauphtcr of W.
L. Zuck. Presidinp Judpe of Aldiixm
Count). She Icae- one brother, Kir
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j firt open hou-e. which was to hae been
'tonight, is po-lponed until next Monda).
GIRL THROWN FROM HORSE
Miss Jlay Kuhne Is Injured When
Steed Slips on Street.
Miss Mav Kuhne. a student in llie
L'niversil). who lives al Read Hall. wasjlut great improvement wa- made in tlie
injured vesterday afternoon when the
was thrown from a horse
street and Providence road.
was unable lo check her hore, which
wa- running, when she reached the
pavement on Rollins and the horse
-Mi-s Wanda I law kin-, who was riding
behind Mis- Kuhne. was assisted by
neighbors in carrjing the girl into the
Pi Beta Phi house. She was later taken
lo the Parker Ilo-pital, where u was
rejiortrd her injuries consisted of
bruises and cuts on the face.
iHAND TO PLAY FOR Y. W. C. A.
Many Other Interestinu Features
Promised for Thursday.
It i likely that llie University Band
will play at the next Y. W. C A. meet
ing, Thursday afternoon, as a special
part of the propram. Other interesting
features are being planned for this meet-
,,,T., 1 The floors of the Y. W. C A. room
l.i.vi.., , ,. . . . ...
.Mrs. La whom and Mrs. Boswell to
Attend St. Louis Convention.
The W. C. T. U. convention, which
will be held from tomorrow- until Fri-
la) in Su Louis, will have as Columbia
dclepates: Mrs. G. W. Lawhorn ol 120
' University avenue, and Mrs. Mattie P.
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county president, will l-o alien .and
M". i. A. Dalton of 1219 ta-, Broad-
ay is planning to be at the convention
The delegates will leave at 5:30
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o clock vveoncsfiav morning aim ni .-
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rive in time lo attend the annual ad.
drc-s of Mrs Nelle B. Burger at 1:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the
Hoover Still Confined to Home.
tj ln,i,J P,m.
VvAsIlfvCTO., UctoDer v. jecreiary
of Commerce Hoover is still confined to
' bis home as a result of a severe attack of
' indige-tion la-t week in New York, it
'was learneil here today.
Fire at Home of Harry Taylor.
The fire department was called out
at 1:10 o'clock this afternoon to answer
a call at the home of Harry Taylor. 300
V..nh Ninth. Na .brcsge was dine.
No "Fussing;" in Motors.
litre"- the w-a ihe citj edicia!- al
Ann Arbor. .Mich, treat 'e;n. Sajs
a di-patch from that i in :
"A previous surpri-e await- the
students of ihe Unier-ity of Michi
gan who own automobiles and intend
to use them for "parties' when they
return to rollce this mouth.
"A newly adopted city ordinance
lias pone into effect which protides:
"-'o more than two persons shall
occupy the front seat of any aulomo
ble. except lhat a child under ten be
the Ihird ier-on. .No person shall be
seated in llie lap of the driver nor
tthall the driter be sealed in the lap
of another, and the drier shall keep
lioth hands on the steering wheel at
all times the car is in motion.'
"The cil) attorney states lhat the
rea-on for the ordinance is tliat the
majority of accidents in the cit)
hate been traced to the student-, and
they hae always been found to hae
had one or more companions of the
fair sex in the front seat with them.
Sexauer-Conley Entry Given
First Phi Delta Theta
The joint entry of llie homes of T. E.
rrcxauer, It Ldgcwood aenue, and
Cl)de Conic). 19 Edpewood aienue. won
ihe prize in llie Garden Club contest for
the best-kept pnale lawn, it was an-
nounced al a meetinp of the club this
afternoon. The I'll! Delia Theta frater
nity, 606 Collepe Aenue wa- awarded
the prize for the bc-t kept fraternity
These were the on!) entries lhat came
up to the standard- set by the Garden
Club committee. The prizes were $10
Prizes were offered b) the club last
sprinp for lawns which were best kept
all summir. The appearance of the;
lawn throuphout ll'e entire summer was
taken into con-ideralion. The commit
tee in charge of the conte-l defined a
lawn as including all the ground sur
rounding the bouse not u-H.il for ege
No prizes were pien for th' greatest
improvement shown, but Mrs. Victor
Duiswinger on Walnut street was given
Mrs.' O. M. Stewart, chairman of the
committee, explained the awards in her
"In the cla-s for the be-t-kept private
lawns," she said, "only one entry could
be considered as meeting the require
ments. That one was worthy in every
'""I" a-m not only was it well kepi,
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"The fraternity receiving the prize not
only had a well-kept lawn, but had
planted a flower garden and had kept it
in good condition throughout the sum
mcr. This addition to their lawn and
the spirit dipla)cd in caring for thcjRichard and William T. Lakenan, one-
Rowers nlanted was the determining fac fourth of their shares in the store will
tor in awarding the prize to the Phi Del
ta Thetas ralher than to Beta Theta Pi.
"In the opinion of the committee, the
Garden Club standards mean much more
than grading and a little planting. No
lawn, however well planted, left to the
care of nature throughout the growing
season could satisfy the committee.
D. E. THOMAS OUTLINES WORK
Congregational Students Club Will
The Congregational Student- Club,
which will meet repula.l) in the Y. M.
C A. Auditorium on Sunda) eveninps,
will study religious and social problems
vital to students. The topic for next
week is "The Definition of Religion."
Students will indicate next Sunda) nipht
in what department of the club they
wi-h to work. Complete organization
will be effected later.
Twenty were present at the first pub
lic meetinp last night. Dr. D. E.
Thoma-s Congregational -indent pastor.
will accomplish. W. II. .Mike-ell, in -
structor in dramatic interpretation in thej
University, sang. An informal social
hour preceded the devotional-.
CHURCH SALE COMPLETED
Stephens College Now Owns First
The First Baplist Church building and
Lron,riv of Stephens College. Final ar-
! rangements for the Iran-fer of th.
erty were completed Salurda). The con-
ideration was 530,000.
According lo President J. M. Wood.
the church building will be U'ed as
chapel for Stephen- College. The Bap-!
tists, however, will have llie pririlepc of
using it for the next five years.
Plans are being laid now for the con
struction of a new Bapti-t Church to re
place the one sold. It will be built on
the McAfee property, which the Bap-ti-ts
have bought. This plot adjoins the
old property on the we-l. It has a front
age on Broadway of 1 13 feet and is 515
feet deep. It was bought for $30,000.
Commercial Club to Give Cup.
Fred Eldean. secretarv of the Com
mercial Club, ha notified Z. G. CIcv
eneer. chairman of the Homecoming
rVimmillee. that a silver cup will be
awarded by the Commercial Club to the
best decorated fraternity or sorority
ou-.e duiinti lIumecGiain..
DEBATING CLUII TO GIVE
BENEFIT FOR DEBATERS
Talks, Dances and 'Intimate Bi
ography of Babe Ruth Will
"How I Fanned Babe Ruth." by Her
bert ("Shucks") Praett, will be the lead
ing attraction at Jesse Hall, Thursda),
November 2, when the debating club will
stage a benefit to finance the debating
teams of the University this )ear.
M. It. Krienaldt. debatine coach, who
was a member of the Wi-conin team
with Arnold Per-lein, former debating1
it i i r
toaclt. has made plans tor a program to
raie $o00 to carry on the work of the
debating learns this ear. j
The following numbers will be given
at the benefit besides the talk by
Pruett: aesthetic dancing by the wom
en's physical educational department
under the direction of Mis Ruth Du
laney and talks on the value of debat
ing by Miss Mary Hoyk and Herbert
Illumer. two debaters of last )ear. Mr.
Kriewaldt is also planninp rt get ihe
University Cadet Rand and In have the
Chinese students present a Chinese op-
era. An admi-ion charge of fift) cents
will be made and no seats will be re
Two debates will be held here the
second term with the University of Ok
lahoma and probably with the Univer
sil) of California at Berkcle), vvith Arn
old Perslein as their coach. The other
debates that have been scheduled are:
Washington University at St. Louis;
Kansas University at Kansas Cilv; Lin
denwood College at St. Charles for wom
en; and William Jewell College at Lib
ert) for freshmen. An invitation was re
ceived from Indiana this morning and
action on it will be taken soon.
The try-outs for the debating team
will take place Thursday. About fift)
candidalcs are expected to try for the
teams besides the seven members of last
)ear" teams and three of lb freshman
MRS. MARY LAKENAN'S WILL
IS FILED FOR PROBATE
J Equal Shares of Property Go to
J-our Children More lieia in
i Trust for Sons.
The will of Mrs. Mary M. Lakenan,
filed for probate this afternoon, leaves
equal share- of all her property with the
exception of a store in Hannibal, tu hcrj ..-,. -.
four children: .Mrs. Mary L. Price, of '' lu - St. Clair-Moss, Der
Columbia, Robert F. Lakenan of Kansas1;"; candidre for Congress from tho
Gly, Richard Lakenan of Arizona, 3nd1t,?n,I, h'n.- "turned Saturday from
William T. Lakenan of New Orleans. a .,rn da campaign trip, covering
R. B. Price, Jr., grandson of .Mrs.
Lakenan, receives one-lhird interest 'in a
,... : lt,n;ll h;rb Mr.. Ij-lenan
had received by the will of her daugh- ' ,S-D"P-":'-
ter. Katherine. For three )ears Mr.' -"- M'"-' inneran" this week is as
Price is to bold two-thirds interest in ! follows; Monda). Wooldridge at 2
the store in trust for Richard Lakenan ' ""clock. Lupus at 8 o'clock; Tuesday,
and William T. Lakenan. receiving the(0I-" 4 o'clock. Tuscumbia al 8
income from all the store during this."c; Wednesday Russelhille at 2
period. At the end of three ) ears, Rich-, 0"c. -McGirk at 4 o'clock. Center
ard and William T. Lakenan are to " a 7:30 o'clock; Thur.-day, Mexico,
receive, for life the income from their a'1'' a- -1" ""- meeting of tho
share, in the store. At the death of
go to Robert F. Lakenan and three-
fourths to Mary L. Lakenan.
The will was drawn November 14.
1914. On January 6. 1922, a codicil was
added which entails the share of Rich-1 .
ard Lakenan, who was critically ill. Thei
income from this share is to be paid
Richard Lakenan during bis life. At
his death it will be divided among thu
R. B. Price is appointed executor
SHOE FACTORY IS INSPECTED
Charles E. Ross, of Hamilton-Brown
Co., Here Last Week.
Charles L. Ko-s ot St. Louis, vice
president and peneral superintendent .if
the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co, was in
Columbia last week making an in-pec-
lion of the factory and outlining plans
for the cominp year.
The Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. operate-
ten factories, the largest of whicli is
n St. Louis, The Columbia plant is the
.fourth in -he, being identical in size
. anli capacity with the Boonville factory.
jhe o,urni,-a factory employ be-
twren 400 and 500 men and women and
ha- a daily output of 6.000 pairs of
shoes, ft was built in 1907.
THREE INDICTMENTS TODAY
Men Held on Charges of Selling
Liquor and Gambling.
Three more ane-ts were made today
on grand jury indictments by county of
ficers under Sheriff Fred Brown. IS. L.
Little and Lando Hunt were arrested
for selling intoxicating liquor and Bill
Huberts for gambling.
Mrs. Blumer Wins Poster Contest.
.Mrs. Herbert Blumer is winner of the
first prize in the "Beau Brummel" poster
contest. The second prize was awarded
to George Elliott and the third to Wiley I
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i adan. llie prizes -ci- ., . " iio appreciate wnsi iney uc.ii.
respectively. Adaptability to advertis- ,.-... t j x,,t
ing of the play, originality of design omen Hod Neighborhood Met.
and artistic execution were qualities of A neighborhood meeting of the Demo
the three posters which merited their cratic women will be held at 730 tomor
places a. Ihe top of the list. The judge, i row- evening ., tetevfXtu.
II. S. Bill. Carl It. I.entry anil
W. E. Bradfield.
Ten posters were en-'
lere.1 in the contet.
Will .Marry Rocheport Girl.
Porter Drake Pipes 28 years old, of
Columbia andKatheryn Cardner, 22
years old. oi nocnepon, ouia.n--u a mai-
r.a?e Lctntc tr-ni).
Ismit's Promise Is Not Kept
Cavalry Is Within Day's
Marcli of Constan
tinople. 1'niA f
Last Peace Plan Presented at
Conference Today Greek
Nationals Ordered Out
Bj L'mtrd Press.
CosTANTi.on.E, Oct. 9. Turkish
troops today withdrew from Ismid, it
was officially announced here today.
5jr 1'iuieC Prttt.
Mltunh, Oct. 9. The Turkish lo
gions are within a day's march of Con-
, siantinople as the Allied representatives
met with I-mit Pasha in a renewed ef
fort to untangle the Near East problem
today. In spite of the promise of Ismit
to cea-c concentration of Turkish troops,
the Kemalit9 surged into the neutral
Cavalry has reached Shile and Yar
mase, both far Vithin the boundaries a
the zone and near the Bosphorus. Yar
ma-; is within a day's march of Con.
The last plan of peace, which Includes
immediate withdrawal of Turkish troops
from Thrace and occupation by the Al
lies for one month, after which a Turk
ih civil government may be set up, was
presented by the representatives of Bri
tain, France and Italy.
The situation was somewhat relieved
when the Creek cabinet instructed its
representatives to inform the Allies that
the Greek povernment would order its
nationals out of Thrace, but it has asked
for two months in-lrad of one.
MRS. MOSS HACK FROM
TEN-DAY CAMPAIGN TRIP
Leaves Today to Speak at Other
Places Is Touring District in
'"""! " h?""1' ""'" "na "
oun';es- Mf- Jr w" accompanied
I -Marguerite .Martyn of the St. Louis
Daughters of the American Revolution;
hnday. Uoonville. a women s meeting at
2 oc?ck. meeting open to the public at
clock; -ttturday. ttsgah at tl
o clock, Prairie Home at 3 o clock.
-Mrs. Moss is making her campaign
trips in her car.
RAIN PREVENTS CEREMONY
Service in Memory of Veterans of
1812 Will Re Oct. IS
The annual commemoration cere
mony for the veterans of the War of
1812 which wa- to have been held yes
terday in the Oilumbia Cemetery in
honor of the three veterans who are
buried there was positioned until next
Sunday afternoon ip-cause of the rain.
It was decided by the committee in
charge of the ceremony lhat the weather
would keep at home the veterans of the
Gvil War, thr Spanish American War
and the Mexican War who had expected
lo attend. The local chapter of the
United States Daughters of 1812 are in
charge of the ceremony, which will be
hehl next Sunday if the weather is far.
orahle. Official bronze markers will bo
placed on the graves.
PHI MU ALPHA IS PRAISED
Venahte and Loudenback Talk to
Two talk- for the benefit of Phi Mu
Alpha were given Thursday and Friday
lo the students at Christian College. On
Thursday noon Ceorge Venable, director
of the University Band, talked to tbo
student body on appreciation of orches
tra music. lie pointed out the relation
one instrument bear- to another and the
place of each instrument in the orches
tra. Mr. Venable urged tho Undents to
attend the Phi Mu Alpha concerts.
Prof. II. II. Loudenback talked on the
benefits of Phi Mu Alpha concerts, in
the line of musical culture.
Both talks were given with the view
of interesting the student body in the
series of concerts and of helping them
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- "-Knara win spear. . .uc
members on ine opm in-.-;., ""
Mrs. W. E. Harshe will talk on "Il
legal Voting." T. S. Barclay will talk
on the "Pending Amendment." A sim
ilar meeting was held by the Democratic
women i Westwood last Friday even-ing.