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Condensed News Items SHORT STORIES TERSELY TOLD FOR THE BENEFIT OF BUSY READERS. 3C DC 3 MISCELLANEOUS. The steamship Culiotlii, nrrtvlng at fVirtlnnd, Me., brought 31,000 cnses of Scotch whisky from Olnsgow. It wns shipped to Cnnndn, however. Two 10-year-oid school hoys were shot by a mnrlno guard on Seaboard jrnln No. 4 hetwecn Columbia nnd Havunnnh, S. C, while utteniptlnx to ride the trucks home from school at t'nlrfax. I'at Crowe, reformed kidnaper of Edward A. Cudahy, Jr., at Omaha, 21 years ago, Is In Washington to present plans to Congress for aiding the ex Holdler and for Improvement In mcth ods of caring for' prisoners. A committer of Ardmore Okln.) cltl Tens was appointed at a mass meeting to report to Gov. J. 11. A. Robertson at Oklahoma City on conditions in Aru jnore and Carter County relative to law enforcement. James W. Cannon, widely known textile manufacturer nnd father-In- law of David II. Blair, United Stutes Commissioner of Internnl Ituvenue, died nt Concord, N. C. "The short skirt Is hygienic, If noth Ing else can he said In Its favor," Airs. Elizabeth O. Mlddleton of Knntms City, !Mo., director of the World's and Na tional Women's Christian Temperance tJnlon, said In an address to a group of high school girls at Philadelphia, Urbaln Ledoux, the "Mr. Zero" of the recent unemployment crisis, began u one-man picketing campaign against the arms conference. Ledoux, while fcuradlng In front of the Pan-American Union Building, carried his heart-cov- red umbrella, a Bible and a lighted lantern. CONGRESS. A bill authorizing the President to Expend $20,000,000 out of the funds of (he United States Grain Corporation for relief of the distressed nnd starv ing people of Russia was passed by the JIod.se, 114 to 51. The Senate passed the House bill Appropriating $20,000,000 for the relief of the starving and distressed In Rus Mu with two amendments, one appro printing $500,000 to he used for the hospitalization of former service men In Arizona and the other setting nslde 100,000 for the use of the government In relieving unemployment. LABOR. C. II. Mnrkham, president of the 111! fiols Central Railroad, Chicago, ad dressed n letter to all employes of the rond calling on them to repudinte men "who claim to represent "you and your tentiments" and who "have engaged In campaign of nbuse and vllllllcutlon to discredit the managements of the railroads In the eyes of the public." Rebellion ugalnst "hellish uutoc racy" wns defended ut Springfield, 111., in a statement Issued by President Frank Furrington of the Illinois Mine Workers, whose executive board has refused to comply with the command of the International union that ilnun iclnl support for striking Kansas min ers we withdrawn. DOMESTIC. Directors of the New York Central itutlroad Company adopted a plan for Sailing In outstanding stocKs or tne Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad and the Peorlu and Eastern Railroad, both of which It controls. The railroads are In no position financially to conduct further experi ments in reducing rates and that such & practice would result In restoration of rnllroad business Is lllusionary. This was the gist of testimony before the Interstate Commerce Commission by representatives of the carriers. Continued Improvement In business conditions, both in this country and abroad were foreseen by treasury offi cials. Discussing the world's business .1 flint, m.irlrnfl OUMOOK, UIUJ ui:i:iiiicw w.m- ...... ..v,,. Improvement notn at nonie nnu iuhuuk Y,.r..iiMi mint rles. could be seen. The body of Representative John A. jElston of California was found floating In the Potomac River, nenr Washing Jon. A note found In the Congress man's coat said he was caught in "a chain of circumstances which spelled ruin." The light cruiser Concord, one of the ten of this typo being built by the government, was launched at Cramps Shipyard, Philadelphia. The cruiser was sponsored by Miss Helen Bagley Huttrick, of Concord, Mass., after which place the ship was named. Speaking to an audience of from 35, 000 to 50,000 people from tho wireless telephone at Medford Hillside, Mass., Roger W. llahson, foremost business statistician of America, delivered the llrst business address ever given via the radlphone, to the largest audience which has ever heard u business talk. A tentative agreement to return the Klao Chow Tslnan Fu Railway In Shantung to China within nine months Was reached during the conversations between Jnpancse nnd Chinese dele gates at Washington. Thirty Protestant church denomina tions, through tho representatives at (ha Federal Council of tho Churches (of Christ of America, Chicago, promul gated their program ror permnnent world peuce, outlined obligations which fhpv iiflclnro America owes the world. Da caueii upon me government iu in- izu uieir principles. DC c 3C An expenditure of approximately $4.1,000,000 for rivers and harbors In the tlscnl year 1023, exclusive of a pro posed $7,500,000 for the Muscle Shoals (Ala.) project In the Tennessee River, Is recommended by Maj, (Jen. Reach, chief of army engineers, In his annual report to the Secretary of War. Miss Stecn Scorup, a high school En glish tencher, who recently defeated her brother, P. C. Scorup, for the post of mayor of Snllna, Utah, declared she Intends to advocate good roads and to Improved water system. The open competition plan of the American Hnrdwood Manufacturers' Association was declared by the Su preme Court at Washington n restraint upon trade In violation of the Sherman nntl-trust lnw. ACCIDENT. Twelve miners In a cage were plunged 200 feet down the tdmfr nt !,. Klncnld coal mine, ten miles west of xiiyiorvnie, III., when Engineer John Seletto lost Control of his engine. Only one miner escaped Injury. Four of them were hurt seriously. The United States torpedo boat de stroyer Gruhum was rammed live miles off Sen Girt, N. J., by the Panama Railroad ship Panumn, hound for New York, with 10" passengers, mostly em ployes of the Canal Commission. The first death of a passenger riding on an Illinois Central suburban train since the road's suburban service, which carries 2,500,000 passengers a month, was established 50 years ago, occurred when two trains collided near the 31st street station, Chicago. CRIMINAL. Roger D. Eastlake. 'navy petty offi cer, charged with the murder of his wife, Mnrgaret Enstluke, at their home at Colonial Reach, Vn., on Sept. 30, Inst, was found not guilty by a Jury In Westmoreland County Circuit Court at Montrose, Va. Charles Jagger, Gary, Ind owner of nn express company, and Mrs. Jagger were arrested charged with defrauding the government in connection with $150,000 in United Stutes bonds which Mrs. Jagger claimed last April she Pound In a Chicago tnxlcab. Counterfeit Internnl revenue stamps of a face vulue of $3,000,000 and 00,000 counterfeit labels of wnii.imnwn brands of whisky were seized by fed eral agents in a ruld on a South State street shop, Chicago. The "Rogues" Gallery a public ex hlBItion of photographs and descrip tions of criminals abolished by Sam uel .Allender, former chief of detec tives, six years ago, will he re-titab-lished at police headquarters, St. Louis, Immediately. The district attorney's office at New York hus received word from Dallas, Tex., of the arrest there of J. Frank Lilly, Indicted here two yeurs ago for grand larceny, after his brokerage con cern had failed with liabilities of al most $1,000,000. Seven corporations, one Individual manufacturer nnd nine officers of cor porations enguged In the manufacture and distribution of terra cotta, who recently pleaded guilty to vlolutlop of the Sherman anti-trust law at New York, were fined $3,000 each. Col. George H. Scruton, editor of the Scdalla (Mo.) Democrat, who during the wur wus (juartermuster nnd com mainline officer of the A. E. v. rnUot camp at Is-Sur-Tllle, France, where a rormer soiuier swore twelve soldier hangings took place, declared that the story was a deliberate fabrication. FOREIGN. David Lloyd George, the British Pre mier, und Premier ISrland of France conferred in the official residence of Lloyd George at London concerning almost exclusively the German repara tions and Germany's plea that she will be unable to pay In full the January und February installments. It Is rellnbly reported nt London time the wedding of Princess Mary, daugh ter of King George und Queen Mary, to Viscount Lascelles will take place In Westminster Abbey. The ceremony probably will be performed same Mint between February 20 and April 1. A committee representing labor und Industrial organizations In the Rhine area sent a cable message to President Harding from Cologne, saying the al lied armies of occupation were double the forces that Germany kept In the area before the war. With seven men In Jail at Ardmore, Okla., five of them charged with the murder of Joseph Carroll and John Smith, ut Wilson and the finding of the body of C. G. Sims, Ardmore police man, Sheriff Ruck Garrett Is keeping a close guard ut the Carter county jail. Advertising Is one of the funda mentals of credit, F. Guy Davis, west ern munagcr of the American Newspa per Publishers' Association, told a con vention of salesmen at Chicago. Music lovers aru mourning the death In Algiers, Africa, of Charles Caralllo Salnt-Snons, noted French musician und composer. M. Snlnt-Saens was 80 years of uge. Wolfe Llndenfeld, alias William Llnde, has bene arrested by the Polish police at Warsaw as a suspect In con nection with the Wall street explosion Id New York, September 10, 1020, 3C Currying On With the American Legion An urmy kitchen nnd 1,000 cots have been plnced In former bnrracks at Cleveland to enre for Jobless ex-serv-leu men. A 5 per cent discount on nil pur chases hns been ncconled members of tho American Legion by the majority of merchants In Arcndln, Fin. There Is n Polish post among tho posts of various nationalities of the American Legion. Argonnu is its name aud it is locuted at Toledo, O. Motion pictures are shown three nights a week at tho American Legion theater, which has Just been estab lished by a post In Alta Vista, Kan. Agents of the Chicago American Le gion post which hus undertaken the reconstruction of Mesnll-en-Arronnlse, Plcnrdy, have gotten the project under way. Harold Wells, Petersburg, Va., blind ed In the war, was loaned $1,000 by the American Legion post there. He es tablished u tobacco shop and hns paid back the debt. This country is well rid of Grover 0. Rergdoll, slacker, according to an Illinois American Legion post, which recommends tlint the War department drop th case. The few remaining Confederate vet erans of Tennessee were nblo to attend the annual meeting of their association because of the efforts of 20 American Legionnaires of Nashville. Employees of the elevated rattwaya of Chicago have formed a post of the American Legion and have dedicated a bronze plate to the memory of eight "L" men killed in the war. Four leading concert companies are to appear In Christopher, 111., this win ter because of the American Legion post there, which has succeeded In In augurating a lyceum course. The state of Michigan has bought the community house at Camp Custer, Improved the place and turned It over to the American Legion posts to be used as a hospital for veterans. While Cincinnati was discussing the need of cleaning the William Henry Harrison statue there, the Bentley American Legion post, armed with brushes, buckets and soap, did It. An American flag has been given the Hellenic post, Minneapolis, of the American Legion, by the Greek citizens there. The post Is composed of Ore clan born veterans of the A. E. F. Five hundred ex-service men acted as "supers" In the filming of a notion picture at Mamaroneck, N. Y. They were sent to enact a "battle" by a New York American Legion employment bu reau. Twelve overseas veterans refused to face death again In fumigating Immi grant ships. The American Legion employment bureau In New York had received the call from the Immigration officers. Due to the propaganda of the Amer ican Legion In Birmingham, Ala., the hundreds of former service men have been placed In positions ranging be tween that of short order cooks to con struction foremen. Work has been supplied every appli cant at the Wichita (Kan.) American Legion post employment agency, ac cording to the Department of Labor. Seven states have been surveyed and that city heads the list. By means of entertainments given by the school children of Minnesota, the American Legion Auxiliary of thnt state will be enabled to erect a build ing to care for destitute veterans on their discharge from hospitals. Unemployed service men of Minne apolis lmvo been organized by the American Legion posts there and aro Campaigning the city, selling hand bags, automobllo booster plates and, similar articles bearing Legion sanc tion. Jerked from his floor-bed by a rush of 50 proffered positions, a Kansas City former soldier has been able to sup port himself, his wlfo and five chil dren. He had registered the previous day at the American Legion employ ment office. Oscar E. Carlstrom, Aledo, 111., new commander of tho United Spanish War Veterans, was one of the committee of fifty A. E. F. men which started the American Legion in Paris In 1010. He Is an adopted member of the O. A. R, of Illinois. Feeling against Grover C Bergdoll, slncker, was so high at the Missouri state convention of the American Le gion that when It was announced that a motion was to be read about htm It was passed by popular acclamation be fore even reading It Adjusted compensation will not be squandered by former service men,, according to a Toledo (O.) newspaper. According to figures from a campaign, 170 want home aid, 88 want cash, 40 chose the certificate plan and 0 per cent want vocational training. STATE BOARD RESCINDS TION ORDER ITS RULING WOULD REQUIRE VAC CINATION OF TRAVELER8. Extensive Treatment Already Effective Enough, Declare Health Officials. Kansas City, Mo. Tho Missouri State Hoard of Health met here and rescinded its order of December 5 re quiring all persons traveling on rail road trains on und after December 22 to present a certificate of vaccination ngnlnst smallpox to the train authori ties. This order was made because of the vlrulency of the epidemic at Kansas City, where out of u total of 3M cases 107 died. Several deaths have oc curred elsewhere In the state and the board ascertained that those who died had contracted the disease at Kansas City. Dr. Max C. Stnrkloff, health commis sioner of St. Louis, attended a confer ence here with the stnte hoard. This was held preliminary to the rescinding Ing of the board's resolution. Repre sentatives of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and tho Kansas City Hoard of Health. Dr. Hullock, health director of Kansas City, and State Health Commissioner Enloe of Jeffer son City, also attended. $10,000,000 River Cut to Be Fought. St. Louis, Mo. Slashing the annual appropriation of $10,000,000 for work on the Mississippi River below St. Louis, down to $0,070,000, as suggested In a report made In Washington by the chief of the United States 'engineers, would be little less than a calamity, uccordlng to Jnmes E. Smith, vice-president of the Mississippi Valley Asso ciation, and director of the waterways division. Rural Changes to Be Discussed. Columbia, Mo. Recent radlcnl changes In rural economics will occupy a foremost position for the considera tion of Missouri furmcrs at the rurul life conference to be held here during Farmers' Week, according to Prof. O. II. Johnson, chairman of the rural life department of the College of Agricul ture, who Is conducting preliminary plans for the rural life conference. $4,500 Damage Verdict Reversed. Jefferson City, Mo. Because of er rors In Instruction to the Jury by the circuit court In St. Louis, the Supreme Court has reversed and remnnded the judgment of William Rell, an employe of the McTague Catering Company of St. Louis, for $4,500 ugalnst the Con solidated Investment Company, owners of the Century building, us result of an elevator accident. To Vote on City Manager Plan. Sedulla, Mo. Petitions bearing 1,400 signatures asking that a special elec tion be called for the purpose of vot ing on the city munager form of gov ernment were presented to Mayor F. F. Hatton, who Issued a proclamation calling for special election to be held Wednesday, January 25. Held on Desertion Charge. Jefferson City, Mo. Governor Hyde hus Issued a requisition on tlie Gover nor of Louisiana for the return to St. Louis of Clifford Burneson, who Is charged there with having abandoned his wife und three children, October 18, 1010. Burneson Is under arrest at New Orleans. Rules Against Hannibal. Jefferson City, Mo. The State Pub lic Service Commission has announced a ruling unfavorable to the City of Hannibal In the matter of Its charges for electric current to the Star Thea ter Compnny of thnt city. The latter owns two moving picture shows. Escaped Prisoner Recaptured. Sednlla, Mo. John Tredwny, a fed eral prisoner from Knnsas City serv ing time In the Pettis county Jail, es caped through a window In the coal shed and two hours later was taken from a westbound freight- train by offi cer Drlskell. Dental Society Holds Meeting. Joplin, Mo. Dr. E. M. Hall of Kan sas City and Dr. Willis Coston of Topcka, Kan., were the principal speakers at the annual convention of tlie Southwest Missouri District Dental Society, held here. Two Weddings at 8edalla. Sedolia, Mo. Harry P. Wnlnscott and Miss Ttnnlc E. Smith, Sednllans, were married by Rev. A. J. Ross. James K. Lacey, a fanner of Smlthton town ship, and Miss Clco North were mar ried by Rev. A. W. Kokendoffer. Glasgow Physician Die. Glasgow, Mo. Dr. Walter M. Prltchett, 01, for many years n prac ticing physlclnn In this city, died at his home here after a long Illness. He loaves one daughter, Mrs. Rice Mauplu, and four brothers. ' Pastor Resigns. Hnrrlsonvllle, Mo. Rev. John T. Webb hns resigned ns pastor of the Harrtsonvlllc Christian Church und will leave Februury 1 for Kansas City, whore he will locnte on a fruit and chicken ranch near Swopo Park. Bloodhounds Help Find Still. Scdalla, Mo. Sheriff. W. II. Fewell, with two bloodhounds, came upon u still and quantity of corn whisky on the Harris A. Cohen farm, between Scdalla und Dresden, which is occu pied by Joe Stout. Hyde Releases $1,106,190. Jefferson City, Mo. Governor Hyde has released all of the money impropri ated by the legislature for new build ings and ropnlrs at the six state hospi tals, amounting to $1,100,350. The amounts released follow: Ful ton Insane Hospital, $1 10.0(H); St. Jo seph Insane Hospital, $280,000; Neva da Insane Hospital, $3.",0O0; Farming ton Insane Hospital, $00,500; Colony for the Feeble-minded at Marshall, $137,750; Slate Sanitarium for Tuber culosis at- Mount Vernon, $100,000. Bridge Ordered Built. Nevada, Mo. A Joint meeting of the itates and Vermin county courts and officials of the Kansas Clty Sprlnglleld Highway Association was held hero regarding the construction of a bridge over- the Osage River at Belvnlr. Roth courts unnnlmously ordered the bridge built and the engi neers of both counties drew plans for the letting of the contract. $20,000 Bridge Approved. Butler, Mo. The Rates county court hns approved the construction of a $20,000 bridge on the Kansas City Springfield highway nt Prairie City. One-half of the cost of tlie bridge was raised by popular subscription In But ler, Prairie City, Schel City, Eldorado Springs, Stockton nnd Falrplay, and the the remainder will lie paid by the Vernon und Hates counties. To Rebuild High School. Marshall, Mo. The Initial steps looking toward the rebuilding of the high school, which was destroyed by tire here recently, have been taken. One Joint meeting of the Chamber of Com merce nnd the Hoard of Education al ready hus been held for the purpose of securing an expression of the people of the city. Baptist College Approved. Bolivar, Mo. A telegram from the Stnte University announced the up proval of the Southwest Rnptlst Col lege as a Junior college. It Is now one of the three approved colleges In nil Southwest Missouri. It wus estab lished In 1870. There are 200 students enrolled this year. J. C. Pike Is pres ident. Verdict for $32,701 Reversed. Jefferson City, Mo. The Supreme Court, through an opinion filed by Judge Graves in the suit of the Ronch Mnnlgnn Paving Company against the Southwestern Surety Insurance Com pany, reversed nnd remanded a Judg ment entered against the lntter In the St. Louis circuit court for $32,071. Widow Asks $10,000. Maryville, Mo. Mrs. La vnnao Burns has brought suit for $10,000 damages In the Nodaway County circuit court ngalnst the Maryville Electric and Power Company. Her husband, Clay Burns, was killed when n flagpole he was helping to remove came In contact with n live wire. Couple Ordained to Ministry. Montgomery City, Mo. At the close of morning services at the Church of the Disciples here, Mr, and Mrs. Alton Clare of near here were ordained to the ministry of tho Gospel by the pas tor of tlie church, Rev. J. V. Rowlln son, nnd the elders of the congrega tion. Exonerated of Kissing Woman. Liberty, Mo. J. R. Mlnter, presiding Judge of the Clay county court, has been absolved by a circuit court Jury here of attempting to kiss Mrs. Myrtle Ulrlch of Richmond, Mo. Mrs. Ulrlch, 32 years old and comely, sued Judge Mlnter for $10,000. The Jury found for the Judge. Odd Fellows Serve 'Possum. Nevnda, Mo. Encampment No. 97 of the Odd Fellows gave nn opossum banquet. The second degree wns con ferred on eight cnndldntes. Numbers were present from Richards, Mounds vllle, Rronought, Hutler, Adrian nnd Eldorado Springs, Mo. More than 200 attended. Sikeston, Mo., Woman Dies. Slkeston, Mo. Mrs. Clint II. Den man, prominent In church and club work In this community, died nt her homo here, following an Illness of two years. She leaves a husband who Is editor of the Sikeston Herald, and six children. Bankruptcy Trustee Named. Koshkonong, Mo. J. L. Bess of West Plains has boon nppolnted trustee In the bankruptcy case of P. A. Thomas of the firm of Thomas & Edwards, at Koshkonong. Mayvlew Era Suspends. Mnyvlew, Mo. The Mayvlew Era, a weekly newspaper, suspended publi cation recently" and the plant of the newspaper has been discontinued. Mrs. J. F. West was editor of the paper. White River Bridge Approved. Forsyth, Mo. The bridge across White River here hns been completed with the exception of the approaches. The entire project represents an ex penditure of $07,000. Medical Society Elects Officer. Montgomery City, Mo. The Mont gomery County Medical Society ha elected tho following officers for tho ensuing year: President, Dr. David Nowlln ; vice-president, Dr. G. E Muns; secretary, Dr. Buell Menefeo. To Hold Marketing Conference. Moberly, Mo. Arrangements hnvt been mnde by the Chamber of Com merce of this city with the College ol Agrlculturo nt the University of Mis sourl for n marketing conference wltl farmers In this city Fegruary 1 and 2 Thirty Feet of Darxsr The Intestine! bend and twist and turn on them selves more than thirty feet of them and when food waste clogs them up, Irritating and dangerous poisons are formrd and carried by the blood through the system Remove this food waste regularly with Nujol the modern method of treat ing an old complaint. ' Lost a Sale. "I want," said the very plain girl, a book entitled 'Cultivate Your Nat urnl Beauty.' " "Here It Is," said the clerk, who wanted to bo sociable. "Are you get ting It for a friend?" 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