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HE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN
More Than $1,500 Will Be
Awarded in Slate Com
6 PAGES, 48 COLUMNS
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER2oTl922
RAILROADS REDUCE RATES
Regular Short Courses Will Be
Gicn by College of Ag
15 to 19.
FOOD TO POOR
Partly overcast to clear skies nrniiL
mere was no precipitation of convv
quence an) where during the pat 24
hours, except at Jacksonville. Florida.
I he weather has moderated evervwhere.
(Zero condition", now are confined to the
LMMJtas, .Minnesota, and Wisconsin. In
the British Nonhweet and Northern
The eighteenth annual Farmers' WltlJRk Mloun" '' i " t! turn to
which will combine renins programs ar.tfu j . v"00," '' ncxt ,tt or
mpd by the State Board of Agricul-1 "" fas ,w"be b?,u "" . , .
tore, and the regular farmers' short . H,gh1a:I7!le ma,n roads are ,n falr
courses given by the College of Vgricul-I'0 ed cottd'Uoa-
ture. will be held here on January 15 to
19 inclusive. J with the return limit January 20.
-Farm practices that pay." will be the Entry blanks haie been sent out to far
general subject of the ten separate and mcrs throughout the ate by the College
distinct four-day short courses offered f Agriculture so that the farmers may
concurrently in the neck's program. , cnler their meats in the annual Ham and
-Every lecture," said A. A. Jeffrey, ag- ,Jacon Show, which will be held in con-
riculture editor of the University, "dem-i,unctKn Wl,n Fanners Week, January
For Columbia and vicinity: Generally
fch- tonight and Thursday; somewhat
colder tonight, temperature about 23-
For Missouri: Fair tonight ond Thurs
day; somewhat colder tonight north and
c.- . J, ,. ,. i Public Welfare Society Urges
Shippers Forecast: Within a radius of n . c id
Wi ... l-'nc4r" tn ntirl Mo
a miles ol Columbia the lowest tcm-
perature, during the next 36 hours will be I
26 west, 14 north, 29 east, and 28 south.
Persons to Send Bas
kets to Needy
cnMration and discussion will be aimed
direct) at the purpose of increasing farm
profits and home satisfaction."
One of the distinctly features of the
program will be the four evening lectures
which will be held on the evenings of
January '5. 16, 17, and 18. For these
lectures the State Board of Agriculture
will provide the best speakers obtainable
on tho-e farm and home problems now
foremost in the minds of practical farm
ers and horaemalers. These speakers
have not been announced.
The program to be put on by the ten
distinct sliort courses of the College of
Apiculture from January 16 to 19 will
occupy four full da)s, from 8:30 o'clock
in the morning to 4 o'clock in the after
noon, i lie subjects ot those ten short
15 to 19.
is open to all Missouri
CHRISTMAS SPIRIT HERE
"Say It With Food and Toys,"
Is Message of Local
Missouri, Agent for Santa Clan.
This letter, on its way to Santa Qau's,
stopped at the Evening Missourian office
Dee. 18, 1922.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a fountain pen and a doll
that will go to sleep, and some
Candy oranges ami bananas, and
don't forget William and Marjorie.
I am a girl 10 jears old.
from Virginia Moore.
STOKE OF JOHN SYKES
IN ARKANSAS IS ROBBED
A COMMISSION '
OF EXPERTS IS ,
Information From Paris Points'
Out That Poincare Has
DIFFICULT TASK AHEAD j
Government Must Find Way to
Solve European Situation '
and Explain U. S.
There are some children in Columbia , CT? ;,ore '" "'J"11:: A; ,& JW
be merr,, .""" ,,c w P ner. ,MtfTi Washincton, Dee. 20.-Cermany has'
r-j '-JT proposed to the United Slates and the!
NUMBER 98 J
Columbia Sweets to Germany.
Fruit cakes uite belter in France
titan ihey do in llw United States.
There rum dressing is at the dis
posal of those who eat them.
Bredelle Jesse, 810 Hillcrest, Co
Iumbla, sent three two-pound fruit
cakes to France as Qiristmas pres
nts. The cakes were baked and
packed by Streng's bakery. Mr.
Streng sa)s h is unusual for him to
bake for foreign countries.
Thieves Get Away With Clothing
Valued at $500 Last Friday
Sjkes, of Sykn & Broadbead
l Co,, has received notice thai a '
A Columbia store shipped 15 lbs.
of candy to England and German)
for Mrs. S. D. Cromer at 1607 Wil
sin avenue. Caml) is considered a
luxury in Germany. She sent five
pound to German) and ten pounds
Eighty thousand mark "" Co- ' COLUMBIA AND
lumbia today to help save a Ger
man newspaper man and his aged
mother from starring to death. In
United States currency it was only
$10. The money was subscribed in
small amounts by members of the
University faculty after an appeal
had come to a professor by letter.
The letter slated that the newspaper
man had once been the publisher
of two papers but that he was now
destitute. He told of his mother,
old and sick, in need of food and
(FOUR KILLED AND TWO
INJURED IN COLLISION
whose Qiristmas would not
Zinfl TimA f w ll ll . Iwia ftcitHVA !
ners would not be nough, if it were no Friday niglit.
"Allies the appointment of an eipert com-, ne suspected of robbing the Palms
ROWLAND WITHHOLDS NEWS ' Strfl Cr Turns T" After Slrik-
r mg Truck Occupants Pinned
Refuses to Tell About Arrest of i Underneath.
The fact that Parker Allen, one of tiie
Centralia Scene of Near Riot
I As Opposing Wrestlers, Itep
' resenting Two Cities,
1 Go to Mat.
' TRAGOS Is CHAMPION
Columbian Given Decision After;
Jake Reed Commits
for the baskets of food and toys that arc ' ." " '"P0"""6 a; ' mae ." j mission to fix a just reparations Egure
to be distributed to them by the Public"'"1""" "' , '"'VtwitiuVber capacity to pay, the United
Welfare Snrlrt-. ' for lhe robbers took only goods, Bui;p,.ij ,....
Everyone in Columbia win wants to
make Qiristmas a happy day for someone
less fortunate than himself, is asked to
'say it with food and tore." AH gifts
should be brought to the building next to
Hetzler's market on Broadway, formerly
occupied by the Floyd jewelry store, Fri
day afternoon or Saturday, w-heTe welfare
ker Will Also Judge Kan
sas City Show.
practical way to solve
can situation ami in
Aome easure explain why the United
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"v. finwuiDj ii uwvca nitu secrecy
.and acting with extreme caution.
farmers. Cash premiums amounting to I workers will be present to Teceive thrra.
Wd.IXJ will be awarded during the show. It is desired to distribute the baskets -.- u wJ .l A n TIl.l. . -.t i r
In addition to this a tronhv cud will also Sstnnlav ,f. ! lonl H" Woods and A- D- Wal-.t-e cnllcal Europe,
be awarded. . 'if churche, organizations or individ-j
Cash priies will be offered in nine uals want to send baskets themselves, '
classes the prizes ranging from a dollar I names of needy families will be furnished
to fifteen dollars. them by tiie Welfare Society. It would t
Pvo entry fee will be charged, but the, be well for all persons who give baskets
College of Agriculture pecifie that en- to inform some member of tlie commit-tri-s
arc limited strictly to meat made on tee that has charge of tlie baskets so that
Missouri farms. (htre will be no duplications.
tt-t ttv i t - r i tt Thor on tlie committee are: Mrs. II.
H( H.I HAY VI A II. tO. Severance, chairman; Mrs. J. G.
..J.J.a. i.uai Babb. Mrs. W. T. Stephmson, Mr. J.
"DTTOTT prn A TirnO'D. van Horn, and Mrs. J. II. Pringle.
IUjin OLxVjTXloi Cliristmas spirit is abundant in O
and the Davis Tea Room recently, had
biwi arrested in Chicago was witldield
(from the Missourian )elenlay by the
police. Chief Rowland received" a tele
gram yesterday morning slating that the
arrest had been made,
t This morning when Rowland was
asked by a reporter for the Mtswurian
why tie had not giren the news he re
fused to make any reply. When the ques
Ub ...t. 2 r .! . von wis repeaieu uowianti again re-
t'cult task Confronting this government In 1 1 . i . u- r
H-tr. a - . c j f ' fused to answer and left his office.
Vyfts effort to find a practical way to olvei v.- n i .i. .l .i
nitrn iiupi iiiunmsn, ine oiner sus
pected robber was arrested last week,
Rowland refused to give, the news of that
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F. V. McBride, formerly of Colum-. FS?cet ,h"aih. Prcmr" P'"care. has
bfa, is manager of Uve store. ln SP"1 re,fCtcJ ,hc CcnM" I"0"
posals,waeeording to information reach-
POULTRY SHOW sifi!Fum quinm "w u
Trrrtrinn jiTTnT?iTl These important international develop.
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antst to the Miounan.
II T tif! tint nn nllmr4 will 1 mail
Tom II Woods of Faj-ette and A. D.J FAV0RABLE REPORT ON to !" Allen on charges filed b,
Walker of Memphis, Mo, have been aA vnulvinn i, V,.... the Chiea nr-n b,fnn- m- wilt
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...... . j .el, .. .... .,, . , turned over to lhe Uolumdia police.
Couiuy Poultry Assocatton slww lo be Jatficjary Committee Faors Nom-
held here Farmers' Week. 'illation of Minnesota!! as As- '882 STUDENTS PAY FEES
Roods, who is a nationall) licensed ,i juwiat.. Jndi.-. BEFORE LEAVING SCHOOL
8 J VmtuJ Prttu
Port Ammit. Texas, Dec. 20. Four
persons were killed and two others were
seriously injured here today when a
street car struck a Culf Co. truck
loaded with workers.
The street car turned over upon Milk
ing the truck, pinning occupants be
neath it. Rescue workers labored for
an hour before the bodies could be extricated.
arc: Agriculture tngineering. Hir. WOOO.S oays entire rostat
Husbandry, Dairy Husbandry, I Force Is Now Work-ins'
tntomolog). Home tconomics, tiorticul-1
ture. Poultry Ilusbandn, Rural Life,
Soils and Crops and Velerinar) The postoffice department has al
Science. These ten courses are given j", ig,,,, prcparajjon, for ,he Qiri.
concurrent!) and each brings into u-e the m. m according to P. S. Woods,
mtire instructional staff and 'equipment poama-ster. "In fact," lie says, the
of one or more of the departments. tush of nut-going Christmas mail has
In speaking of the Farmers' Week short , already started. Tlie real busy days for
lumbia, according to members of the
Welfare Society, wlio have found hearty
co-operation in thefr plans.
TIk Odd Fellows' Lodge, having learn
ed from the Welfare Society of the peo
ple in town who need clothing, 'are mak
ing plans for Christmas gifts of clothing.
The two dairies are offering free milk
during lhe holiday season to those wlio
ncril it. Fraternities and sororities luv.
held various parties for poor children.
About thirty baskets were distributed
lat year, and at leart that many art.
needed this season, according to Mr?
courses. Dean F. B. Mumford of the Col-1 lhe postmvn are about here,
lege of Agriculture recenll) said: "All J. To handle the mail that is going oat
tie facilities'of the College of Agriculture 'tit) are accepting packages at-the post-
ire to be placed at the disposal of Mi-. office at'three windows all the time. The j rjrVTK VL D WRY GIVES
lonri farmers and homemakers from Jan- j postmaster sells stamps in his office to " ,ir''ir vno mm
nary 15 lo 19 inclusive."
judge of all varieties of chickens, is al
ready familiar, for he lias officiated
twice before on similar occasions.
Walker; a widely known poultry judge
and turkey specially, is a new man.
however. He lias judged at several lead
ing shows, among tliem tin Kansas City
and St. Louis shows and the state show
at Mountain Crove.
irOmiiU fiau ' Congestion During; Enrollment for
iVwmnoii, u. i Dec. a;. A ma- Winter Term Is Avoided in
jorily of the Senate judiciary commit This Way.
tee 'Monday voted to report favorably the
nomination of Pierce Butler. Minnesota. 's'" hundred and right)-two Univer
500 GATHER TO
Herrin Trial Draws Crowds,
From Mining Region of
to be Associate Justice of the Uru'led ' "" "' lal their entrance fees
States Supreme Court. before leaving -for the Christmas holi-
Four members of lhe committee were 0f ll,u n"3"1 541 were men
not present. am' 4' Herc women. Fees were re-
They are Norris, who is understood t0'civ, frm Monday. December 11, ontil
hire onposed the nomination: Senaiors 4 u':ocl- lolay- F' Jent had to
Shields Reed of Missouri and Borah. wlk in-J'"c fr ,btir mn- Tbm w!"
Senator Nelson, chairman f iV., !.,. be H congestion Hunng enrou-
4iry reporU declared the report would menl " lut ""' tena-
be, presented to the Senate within a few,T f'T'rlT?'r) DT A ATC
hours. Eleven Senators voted a faro., VI hi II It I 'iK lliAl.1
aile report, Nelson said. :"
.v;. V..'fel7aTAi-T7-j7.A-TVV.u 5Tii.
uuiuuinu KLn IS OVBll ilUilllUJ. HUiilV 1 i r.r, .
"M GOOD" NOW
Will Hays Gives Arbuckle a
"Pardon" and Permits
His Movies to Show.
Br Ciilrt frtu.
Los Anccles, Dec 20. Itocoe ("Fal-
t." AJ..u.lt. ...1...
Christnus "pardon" by Will Ha5s. 'cn,ns y" sU,ed-J0'
,-"" ... ,b nu na j.,zi
Centralia was tlie scene It night ol
a battle royal between the two towns
of Columbia am" Fulton. Tlie two
towns were represented by wrestlers
George Tragus of Columbia, and Jako
Keed of Fultou, the latter losing the
bout through the decision of tbo rrfereo
on repeated fouling.
A sp-cial train carrying 300 backers
of Tragos from Columbia and a special
train from Fulton carrying a Urge dele
gation of Iieed supporters arrived in
Centralia at 8:15 o'clock last night. Tbo
crowd immediately went to the hall
where (he bout was to take place only
to find that the seating capacity was
limited and that only about half thn
crowd could be taken care of. More
over, the tickets had been duplicated,
ti-rcby rauing over two hundred fan
n s'-ml up during the match, the Co
I mbini siv.
.Mtrr 'rr cries of indignation had been
-i"ed bv a plea from the reeree, ho
announced that the main event of the
movie mentor, who banished him from
filmdcm almost a year ago.
Arbuckle was barred from the films,
following Ilia (acquittal of charges of man
slaughter in connection with the death
of Virginia Rappe.
In announcing the pardon, Hays de
clared that he believes the spirit of
Christinas and of Christ's teachings
would serve a a guide both for Ar
buckle in his future conduct and for
the public in its attitude towards him.
No attempts will bo made to release
Arbuckle' films for a number of
months and although the most famous
fat man in the world may go back to
work on the Hollywood "lots." none of
warm applause by the Columbian, whilo
Reed, on making hi appearance, was
given an ovation that lasted several
minutes. George Baptiste, referee of
the bout, read to the two men the rules
governing the bout, and after a compkts
inspection of each man's hands and
body, time was called for the match to
begin. The outcome would settle a riv
alry of long standing between tbo
When representatives of Fulton's
sporting element commenced to hoot and
jeer Tragos the Columbia fans took is
sue and the outcome of the incident was
a disturbance which resulted is several
of the women spectators and children
The purpose of Farmers' Week i to
rive lo the farmers throughout the stale
the advantages of the latest discoveries
and conclusions of the Experiment Sta
tion in all matters relating to the bus!,
ness of farming. The laboratories, work
ruora. and library wil be open to the
farmers during the week.
mttet run mntcTiiK!
. . iM 1 . ,A .. .1 ,. run uiiuoi-uno
window when packages are being
Tlie entire office force of tlie postal
department is working overtime, accord
i ina to Mr. Woods.
An additional motor truck will bej junction with die Columbia Public Wcl-( gn,come moments when 48 non-union
u-o an aunng me rusn n nanote ine mc oouhxj, suing i.j mua. iu mc mine workers and their guards were
v of Christmas packages. Post-lpoor ieople ol Lc
Needy People Receive Tickets From ' the coal mining region of Southern Uli
Welfare Society Entitling; Them I now crowded their way into circuit court
to Get Milk. I here today to hear more details of the
' Herrin massacre.
lhe Central Uarry, working in con-, Tire taste for testimony telling of the
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0 bMifVti rrHia
Humiv III- Dec ' 20. Five hundred I Student Ham Hnna Th.;. Ilnn. ,
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..fec. CKCv-.u. ..uu, .., ,,., ... -s..,. .or me noiiaavs. "tai ' v.uiiauuy .tn,..utuiiiS iu. . j- -rt-1- ... . Tr. . , .
The Mudent Christmas rush to get Ornninn in Fin.innijl Jmt ,hlt Ko,co5 Arbuckle conduct'
MTVft ni4 imum rnenrji inaz rjixftcr-. rsn - --
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f IV I j n!tr wvall k sklao.t I-. fnr als
-J. .. ". . suini? on the rie nf hv-lprirs.
VttLJ M iYZkfc .. -5- j- A !! --". rr- -r- i t ,
i tr - .i . i . I Atidt from the noise emtnaunj; iroca
"Every nun in die right my and at) . . .. . . . .
the proper time U enUtleti to U chance . '" wnfc iTVIIUH' luc. "-B w. TO
lur 41U11 U11UU1C9 W1UWUV B IUIW
Columbia. Only those
men work on an eight-hour schedule and (who are rcall)nccdy receive tlie milk,
rrarrhed from the Lester mine by a mob
of more than 500 angered Williamson
In connection will, the lectures to bear(. pmnhte(i 1o p delivering whenlThey are given tickets by the Welfare j County citizens on June 22 lo be terror-1 baggage-and
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iren uy ine oiale iKwru oi vgriiunuic ,jieJ, the e;gIlt ,,. imi, This SocKt), which entitles them to receive
rule will cot be regarded, however, dur- Ice milk Iroin tlie dairy, this will be
ing the bus) season, Air. Woods saii to- continued until the students return after
da). 'the holida)s.
and llie nrnfram h the short courses. I
thows and contests will al'O be held dur
ing.the week. The following shows and
contests will be held during Farmers
The State Corn and Grain Show. More
than 51,500 in ca-h prizes and nine sil
ver trophes are offered by the associa
out 'of Columbia for the holidays has
end;d. Both the Katv and the Wabash
railroads have been running from three ty u!ul trtu.
to seven extra cars to take care of the1 Ciiicalo, Dec. 20. All details for the
students Woo are leavinf Yesterday ( merger of Morris & C. packers with J.
was bv far the heavier day, for bothjOgdcn Armour have been completed and
roads, in baggage as well as pasen- the final propositions are now under con
gers. The Wabash ran seven cars of i sideration.
one train had eight cars Announcement of the decision as to
far as I am ronremed thm- will 1 n.lu0'lrle "" "me.
suggestion lliat he hould not have an l Af,fr fo"' minuU: of """-Uy clean
opportunity to wwk in his profession. I reeling Keed apparently deliberately.
In our effort to develop a complete co-so ,iu,K no "aw ,,ie match say, com
operalon and confidence within the in-1 med a foul by kicking Tragos in the
dustry I hope we can start the )ear with Vomach. The blow forced the Colum-
no )esterda)S. We will try to live and "an to tale lime out. Uuring tlie snort
WOULD BUILD APARTMENT FACULTY .MEN TO SPEAK
(Use of Site by O. B. Maggard in I Three
0. G. Maggard, owner of the Smith Dr. Charles A.
..as .arm jo.rna.sanu "p T lairtmmt, South Ninth street, has pur, j Sabine and Prof. E. L. Morgan of the
cperal.ng with the Stale Board of Asti-.j , ,ot of at Ule inlersec. University facuhj. will attend the seven-
culture and the O-llege of Agriculture in. li(m of MrAh h annua, meeting rf ,hr jjjj.
the !. W. C. tthendge of the Held. ... ., .. , . ,. .',, c;.. r am: : rklm, lu
( I Ic,i i'M"C UJWil nitis-ta aiVj VaVTvis IU vr.vj .iiuiiv ta ia" jv.-
' I build. icember 27-29.
Mr. Maggard desires to build an apart-1 Doctor Ellwood will read
Crop Department is secretary of
T-, . ,. .Ill
ine butter grading contest, open to am . ... , , . ... , .u..i d... . : c...:.i r.i.-:.
.,. ..... i i I mem liousc mill t cdie, uui nine is sdiu .ufmai launiu in .tiukii .wiuiiuii.
Jiissoun creameries will lie conuuetcu . ...; in -.,:. :,h , , Fmfesor Sabine will talk on "Pluralism.
ized and shot down, has been only par-of passengers. The Katy ran seven ex-, whether Armour and his hackers will B"r,fII,IO-..Ilc ,,,, -.
tially satisfied. Ira passenger cars on one train. 'through with the deal is expected thel ull'n acnp nv m
r..,.. n..n.. ..- I The banks are perhaps lhe next to no-.latter part of next week. Tliere is little , b0lI, "kRb, BY MAIL
Ipiip iiAVAifrAv" Sacr-icTT11" ,b- rusl, 0n hank laid in a store doubt in financial circles here that the
nib BAVARIAN ASCIiTIof akmt in to meH ,ran5fir Kj,i te caicd oul.
demands. Demands have increased Secretary of Agriculture W allace. dur
I since the pro-registration plan went 'ing a brief visit to Chicago, was ac
j into. effect. At least one-fourth of the quainted with the progress of the nego-
ctudents lave to have money from tialions.
(home to get out of town.
, Berlin Tagcblatt Says That Amer
Will Attend Sociological icans Ask Representation to the
Sleeting in Chicago. I U. S. Embassy.
Ellwood, Prof. G
This Town One of the First to-In-I
augurate Movement Against
mtermissiun, the fans, having assumed
a belligerent altitude, staged numerous
side show bouts among themselves as a
means of diversion until the bout was
At this stage Keed committed another
foul when he pushed Tragos lo the
I ropes and assuming the role of a fistic
By Comiohdttei Preti Aum iCoryntU 1922)
KuiUN, Dec. 20. Henry Ford is sup-. There
I'ljuii, imaiiiiai a33istdiii.u lu Hum o
Although the Columbia Welfare So- champion, sent him to the mat with a
ciety decided not to conduct a local jab. Several women, indignant, tried to
sale of Tuberculosis Christmas Seals, the i have the match called off, but their
Missouri Tuberculosis Association will pleading met with
by the Dairy Department .
An important feature for fruit or truck
growers will be the Horticultural Show
under the auspices of the Horticultural
Oub of lhe College. Approximately J175
worth of prizes will be offered for the
various classes in competition. AH ex
hibits will be in lots pf twelve speci
mens each. Prizes and ribbons will be
offered for first, second and third places
and ribbons onl) for fourth and fifth
places in the following classes. Apples:
Jonathan Ben Davis and a--.y other va
rieties. Irish Potatoes: Irish Cobblers,
Earl) Ohio, and late potatoes, any va
riet). Sweet Potatoes: Nancy Hall. Por
lo Rico .and any other varieties. In ad
dition to the regular prizes in these
classes there will be a substantial sweep
slakes prize for the best lot in each of
the three kinds of exhibits, 'LARGE INCREASE
Tlie following is a list of other prizes
to be offered for horticultural exhibits
are about 100 out-of-town sin.'1" " """" av.nB.uua.
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rav shirt" Ravarian Fj-iji aernrd. . "-""" "' "' "rc I L,lDrary to lie Upen Unly O MOUrS ("- ""- --..., - ..... . ...- - -- .--- rr--
ray snin uavanan rascisti, accoru- p. . . . . T, , , j r ,,:k,.i. ;i. .1.... n it.. -... I , n,!l..ain when another fnnl was rnmmiltrd.
I . , ,7 7.7'. ' , Laiiy oiarung tomorrow. -j - - . ...
(girls left at Christian College and all I Tie il0iJaJ schedule of the Univer-1 or der sile. Letters will be sent to varAt one time Iteeil not only held Tragos
of Stephens College girb have either s;tJ. Lj,rar) wi) xaV.c effect tomorrow ius persons in the county, enclosing a, on lhe floor, but threw Baptiste, the
gone home or are visiting. 'morning. The library will be open fr.omj sheet of 100 seals worth SI and a J5 rcleree. to the mat.
Enrollment at Stephens Colk-ge begins g to j2'a- m- anj mm i , 5 p- , Christmas Seal certificale. The recipient After Keed liad fouled Tragos numer.
January 4. Most of tiie girls will re-! ti.. n .:. 1.. n..t. 1.,. ..l.lllmv l.n.- rlilipr i.r lw.lV. ..r make surh ous limes the match was called and the
1 '" l,um January 3. lIlc followinz books to their collection in contribution as he chooes sending back decision given to Tragos by Baptiste.
mcr owner of the property said today, of Itural Leaders." Professor Kuhl man. FOUR CASES IN JUSTICE COURT ... emester doCT not end a' lhe periodical room of the Library: lhat which he has not bought. . In the preliminaries Guy Sappington,
"No cafe, er other commercia lestablish- who was to have read a paper, will not Christian College until the last of Jan- -Awakening of Spring." "Erdgeist,- and Aside from Columbia, there is in of Columbia, and "Red" Baker, of Ful-
ment can be built on this land." jbe able to go. j Defendants Held tor Trial in Ur-'"r. out tne gins win return lor cuss $ucll ;, Life.. L) j-rant vj'pjjnj. Missouri only one other town having a(lon. wrestled ten minutes to a draw.
Mr. Maseard said he would try to have 1 I cuit Court. work January 4. "What the Public Wants" bv Arnold population of 1.000 or over in which the Chris Jordan, middleweight chamt
it settled in court. CHRISTMAS I ROGRAM HELD. Samuel li. Sturgeon filed an affidavit) rHRNTMAs VAPATtnV Bennett, -Redemption and other PU)s"i school children are not selling seals and of the world, staged an exhibition match
Little distributing health literature this year,, Willi rred Keed. brother ot Jaae, in tne
former sale of the property that forbids a Point of View," and Professor Mor- emi,a.
its use for commercial purposes. A for- gan will talk, on frotessional training
to a despatch from Munich to the
The Tageblatt adds that other Amer-1
icans living in Cermany arc making of- j
ficial representations to tin? American
Mr. Maggard said this morning that it Vacation for
1 in Justice John S. Bicknell's court )ej-1
by Leo lolstoy.
iinirpntuv iMpmpn 1 . . ...-.- - 1 - - .............. ... ....- . , ,r
was unwise to plan ahead in the face of I ..... c.i.i .:-tj. . lerday atlernoon charging .Mrs. Curtis Employes of Hamilton-Brown Fac- Theaters" bv Clarence Si ration. "Con- savs a letter from Dr. Walter McNab semi-finals.
a court procedure, but that if the action 1 T1 . r. " . I Johnwn with taking $65 on the last day j tory May Quit Work Friday. temporary One-Act Pla)sf b) Frank 1 Miller. The special train returned immediate-
turned in his favor he wtuld build a , " .""""""J """"i .7" August, .lie mone), lie claims, be- The Hamilton-Brown Shoe Factor) Sha), -Representative One-Act Play by
tnj-u lis ijri irrm H mdis null a i....i .. - - 11.1 -ri.. .1 I. ' . n.. .. . .. ... ... ......
U.ree-storv apartment House, lo co-t , , . , , , , . , .
. -7-nnn i. mi r I Chntmas -program at II o clock this
about $7o,000. It would -nave a cafe on ' . ,, , , .. ,
.1 a n ,,i . ,t,. i.morn'ne. All the students participated
.... .....:. f, ,l, sl..n ... in lne '"K'ng of Christmas carols and
imv c.w.n.- " . ...-. v...... .u.. , c,.
of the first Christmas was
told. At the close of the program the
AhiMraH nf I . n 1t(IA
...U . i...:u:.. I..J . ,1. K.. .m '"""""' "' "re "f1 " 8-" ""'c
' . . dressed lollypops to the lower grades.
P Vacation is now in full swing till
CATTLE January 1, when both the elementary
and high schools will reonen.
On December 1 They dumber 27
Mr. Maggard said that the plans for
One American Beaut) Duster gives b)
Per Cent More Than Last Year.
longed to C C McLeurt. The check for will
$65 was mailed in the cars of Curtis and
Johnson, a negro, he alleges, but was
delivered to another person. The bank
required Sturgeon to indore it and
an error was discovered, it is allegrd.
The preliminary hearing of Dewey Ma
jor, of Jefferson City, was held at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon in Judge George
S. Starrelt's court Major is accused of
having stolen a hound, valued at $50
from L. P. Henshaw of Ashland.
Morris Purdy was bound over to the
Columbia was one of the pioneer cities ly after the match and arrived in Co-
close Friday night. December 22. Continental Authors" by W. J. Moses, 'in America in instituting the Tuherculo- lumbia at 1:15 o'clock this morning,
re-open Wednesda), December 27., "The Earth" b) J. B. Fagan. and "Asi Cliri'tmas Seal Sale and in founding
give employes who wish to raise Saint by rrancois de Lurel. local tuberculosis work on the funds re- nuLiunia
four-da) I ceived therefrom.
Woodrow Wilson Day December 28. "-""";- . Nation-Wide Campaign Started by.
t Th. .;,,;.,h i,;nM,v f WnoJm ' .'"".. B' c" " ' "' . """'" Federal Bureau.
"We are busy at this time complet-' .The sixty-sixth birthday of Woodrew TubCTCU,05i, AtSocMo ,how
r. . .. t luucivuiwsn 4.Beuv,JfliiUU Bliun ilil, Br I7m p. l
ing our samples for next falk" said W. '""" ' pres.ueiu .uc , wW,e lhm mm 5m -n Mfa. Washictoy r.. 20.A nn.wide
H. Brasehon, superintendent. "Manu-;1" ml f""i 0Dsm ' souri from tuberculosis in 1911. there campaign to make this airistma and
facturer, of shoe have to look ftlhroughout the country on Dteember 28 onlymQ ,n mU I Boone Coun- New Year, the "dryl" in history has
ahead. Oxfords and other shoes f0r-"eaa to be known as Woodrow vvd. fort).seven in' been started by the federal prohibitjon
spring wear hare been sold to retail- Pv- A number of.d.nner, and other bureau
ers since last August in staple ,Ies." affairs have been announced various, ,ubercl,i, ner IOOjOOOI As Christmas draws near, every effort
sections 01 .Missouri in minor o. uicw.-- . ,, . . , . . ,. . luu. I
l.j;,.. ,iv,,rt; ... Iws. " 'ne a.e as a wnoie aecnnea irom - - "-"i-
The local factorv makes seventy-two '
Circuit Court bv Justice Starrrt? on a . n.; Ar .mnl f ...1. trtn.1 TI.... casion
charee of assauhine Leonard Noel with ' .r. lir) ..ln ; ,1,, ll.n,hn.Kn.n ing asked for in a supplemental effort
a neck)oke. His bond was placed at organization and each man takes with' nvake up an additional $15,000 tn'?n J-""""
$300. I him one h- ' Missouri, lo be raiseil, if p.ible, by me decrease
by prohibition forces
the country to dry up thn
, December 28.
155 to 88 in the same decade, but in . throughout
Boone County's only from 154 to 152. ."wd "' holiday liquors at tbeu- sources.
eas, in lhe state has been 432 ! of the campaign. President
per cent in that period in Boone County I Harding and state governors may appeal
5 p,r cfnl I to the people to aa in enforcing the
ury law. ji ine conierencc 01 ine rres-
Highway Officials Visit Bates Road.
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. r tfUir rma, vr , r -
Ibe California ipra)er Lo. Cincvto, Dec. 20. A large increase' Snu-vcnEin, III, Der. 20 Highway
Fift) pounds of arsenical dust, gtven , ;n ,)p number of cattle in the United officials of Niagara County, New York,
by the California Spra)er Co. !Sfj.i was indicated todav in a report of. braved snow and cold weather In nav a
Five two-pound cans of Nicotine prep- .1.. United Sutes Bureau of Agricultural visit to the Bates experimental road '30- (him one shoe.
aration. given bv lhe Hall Tobacco Co. Ip..m:. made nuhlic here. near here. The mrtr rnnsisted nf J.I H. Frank John was also held for trial The salesmen have now finished
One Springfield Duster, given by the1 Ti,e Irport estimates that thi cattle on W. Broderick. Niagara Falls; Joseph on " charge of embezzling $861 from J their year's work and have returned to ,, rnllie Dies in Hurnintr House.
Sherw in Williams Co. 1 feed on December 1 this year numbered Graff, Pendleton; Hubert Easton.i ,h Dorn-Ckiney Laundry. their homes for Christmas When they ,. v.u,d r. SCOTLAND YARD TAKES CASE lident and the governor here, preponder.
lift) pounds of Tuber Tonic, given by ix 27 percent more than on the same Young-town, and C. S. Brigham of the' ,J nm-v rtart "n tne!r nMI )ra', lorl' ,ht wi" Cievelasd, Dec. 20. After saving the ance of opinion favored such a move.
the Sherwin Williams Co. ,date last year. New York office of the Portland Cement ' CH,CK ARRAIGNED TODAY jt M-tth tixm ,imp f mytity ox- lives of Ton) Crass and his wife here Anonymous Letters Hare Bariled Accord;ng. ilt ,, ,0 fa proUl,:,
Twenl)-five feet of glass cloth, given jlp estimate is baed on the known, Co. Preliminary Hearinr Tomorrow''0"" for ''tery in time to meet the yesterday when their home caugot lire, p. " . )t)on bureau indicated an unprecedented
movement of stocker and feeder cattle Morning at 10 O'clock . Es,er doDand "n"1 a'0 h,8h """ for""Jack the Grass pet collie, prelerred LoMX)( Dec. 20 Scotland 'tard has!muunt of hootleg liquor, intended for
and calves from the 43- public stock University Offices Are Busy. 0 aj . arraiimed at 9 o'clock 'delivery up to and including next fall's to stand by the only home he ever had.l out Jo ,inJ j behind the Christmas cheer, already bas been seixed
5anh and upon forage and questionnaire) Tlie rush of Christmas eason is felt ,hi morning in Justice John S. Bick- fI,0 M,d Mr. Brasellon. He ran back into the burning house and poh(inrd , HhM. Kili 1role. jurin45 by dry force.
" statistics gathered bv ttve iiureau. not onl) in the business houses of Co- cn', coim on a ciargo of carrying con- 7, Fir p.0 n-fKtiv-e Flues
am f .1 sv.,.-. Jwinl.1 inrri with l..l,t. k... : .!,. il.: i... .m .... .. . . rires rroiu lcirtllc '"
... ... .... ... -- ........... uu. ... . ,.,.,,.., ,..t, ceaiea weapons, tie was arrested on in- . r,(,j ,,.
by Turner Brothers.
lo "The Pi.lato"
In order that all the farmers in the lne exception of the small feeding cen- well. While the business houses are hav- formation in an ,fn,l,rn ml. ..derdav rHirr.n. Dee. 20. With lhe thermom.
late tan take advantage of Farmers' tPrs f Michigan and Minne-ota. The ing increased sales and taking invoice of bv- John Talma?. 'eler han-ins around zero lat night, the
Iowa and was their Jock, o re the University offices Chid pleaded not ruiltv ami was ' Chicago fire department had a busy
Illinois was having increased business in checking lMund over on a Iim hnnA Ur .ini. iim. Seienlvfive alarms were turned occupied bv the Gar)-P.i-I anil Tribune
nd Nehra.Va. over last term's enrollment and siirvev.1 an... rn. n..1:..:..n. l...: . in':, r.- l.t..M ......usl hv merheate.1 fur-' e.!?rdar caiueil.Io-s eMiinaleil at $15.- 'ov some of the tiest defectives in the vu.
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next o'clock tomorrow morning. J. N. .fc- nace and defective flues. Damage was 000,
Week, special arrangement with the .Mis- largest increa-e was
Muri railroads have been made. All rail- estimated at 50 per cent
rna.U will sell round trip tickets for Far. nrxJ with 35 per cent
iners Week 10 Columbia and return ot Mi.-ouri am' South Dakota ach regl
$15,000 Loss to Gary Newspaper.
By CiuleJ frtst.
GtBV, Ind- Dec. 20 Fire which
started in the baemenl of the building
are and one half, beginnins January 13.tered 25 per cent increase.
the possible enrollment for
two ,ear ol scurrilous anonymous let- Kiw, fcy Qwa Gaa whu. BlUta.
lers, have eaten into the hearts ol nun- gr 1, fr,.
drrds of raideM of the seaside town of .Mr. Olive, III. Dec. 20 John Zup-
LHlIehamplon. near Briglaon. ;c of White City was inntanily killed
Local and county police have Mucht 1 while hunting rabbit near here. Znpsic
since 1920 for the author of the letters. USJ the butt of hi xun to poke rab-
from brush piles The trigger
' liar; furnished the bond.
Mo.t of tlie damage wa done to! famous Scotland Yard force haie been caught on a twig and lhe full chargs
stocks, records and the building. ! assigned to the case. . 1 struck him is the face.