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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 1910
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INDORSED AMENDMENT NO 11
State Board of Agriculture Adopted
Resolutions
The Missouri State Board of Agri
culture at a meeting at the State Fair
at Sedalia yesterday unanimously in
dorsed amendment No 11 whose pur
pose is to provide a permanent in
come for the support of the Univer
sity of Missouri These resolutions
were adopted
We heartily indorse amendment No
11 the purpose of which is to provide
a permanent and stable income for
the support and maintenance of the
University of Missouri the Agricultu
ral College and the School of Mines
We urge every farmer and citizen in
terested in the welfare and progress
of our state to vote for this amend
ment and thus provide for the future
growth and development of the Uni
versity the Agricultural College and
the School of Mines be it
Resolved By the State Board of
Agriculture that the board heartily in
dorses the proposed constitutional
amendment No 5 providing for the
ejection of a new State Capitol for
Missouri The inadequacy of the pres
enc building originally constructed in
the year 1838 for the present and fu
ture requirements of the different de
partments of the state government lo
cated at the state capitol its dilapi
dated appearance and the lack of keep
ing with the growth and progress of
tne state unite to render the adoption
of the amendment a matter of para
mount importance A new modern
state capitol in line with the greatness
and importance of this state will at
tract immigration increase the state
land values promote state pride and
augment the importance and the proe
perity of the state We recommend
especially to the agricultural voters
of the state the adoption of the pro
posed amendment
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Let Alba T Fountain INSURE
your Dronertv Viva n nnri eomnanips
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VELVET IN STRIPES
ANDCHECKSISWORN
For Practical Wear Scotch
Tweed Serge and
line Are Used
HOBBLE SKIRT HAS GONE
Two Story Haffor Theater
goers Latest Parisan
Novelty
This is a velvet season in the fash
ion world Velvet hats and long coats
of velvet will be popular It comes
in stripes and checks which trimmed
with bands of the plain make effective
suits For more practical wear there
will be the rough materials Scotch
tweed serge and Zibeline are much
worn
The short coat is the fashion How
ever for those to whom it is not be
coming the long separate coat with
iines showing only the faintest inward
curves at the waist has proved to be
so universally popular for two sea
sons that it remains good style this
year Big reveres or huge collars
are seen on nearly all the coats Bo
leros are in again Made of velvet
and worn with silk suits trimmed in
velvet they are very chic
Skirts are narrow but the hobble
skirt has gone The tunic on dressy
gowns gives a soft effect that re
deems the straight up-and-down skirt
from awkwardness Silk has sup
planted broadcloth Soft heavy sat
in moire and taffeta trimmed in fur
and velvet make up into nobby suits
that can often be worn all winter
Tapestry is a new trimming that will
be popular It is also used for head
dresses and to trim muffs and opera
bags
In Paris a new novelty has been
created a two story hat It was
designed as a boon to theater goers
and as a means of changing the fash
ion of wearing false hair When the
huge hat of velvet and feathers is
removed at a tea or theater a dainty
frilly little cap of lace and gold shot
silk is displayed The masses of false
curls and puffs are not half so pretty
as this fluffy cap which is worn over
hair simply dressed
The women who do not bother with
tailors and dressmakers but buy their
suits at the shops have probably dis
covered that stocks are scarce This
is due to the strike of the garment
makers which ended only two weeks
ago However large shipments are be
ginning to arrive now As a result of
the strike suits will be more expen
sive but a much better grade of work
and material will compensate for this
News of Columbia
G W Todd is in Centralia today
Mrs F R Gray is visiting in St
Louis
Miss Ora Tolson
Browns
is visiting at
J T Mitchell went to Centralia to
day on business
Mrs R F Bedford went to Kansas
City today on a visit
W A Bright is on a few days va
cation at Excelsior Springs
J H Miller of Casper Wyo is vis
iting his sister Miss Mary Miller
Mrs J W Rowland has returned to
Stephens after visiting Mrs W L
Conley
Miss Opal Parr returned to St Louis
today after visiting her brother H
A Parr
Mrs 3 H Bright returned to St
Louis today after visiting Mrs T M
Maughs
Joseph H Allen of Kansas City andJ
Miss Bessie McClish of Columbia
were married yesterday They will
reside in Columbia
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her sister Mrs L D Ames
Mrs H B Bush has returned from
Druango Cal where she visited her
daughter Mrs S S Carroll
Haskell C Miller left Columbia this
morning for Chillicothe Texas after
visiting his uncle Dr J A Miller
J W Bratton of Sturgeon was in
Columbia this morning on his way
home from the State Fair at Sedalia
Mrs T N Kurtz left yesterday to
spend a month with her sister Mrs
B R Rawlins at Lone Wolf Oklahoma
James Moscow proprietor of the
College Inn who has been ill of ty
phoid fever for two months was dis
charged from the Parker Hospital yes
terday afternoon
Mrs C W Bowers of Santa Ana
Cal left Columbia this morning after
visiting Mrs J M Hughes She will
spend a few days in Kansas City
before going to her home
Miss Estelle Watson gave a lunch
eon yesterday at her home compli
mentary to Mrs Frank Thilly of Ith
ica N Y and Mrs M D Hunton of
New York City The others present
were Mrs H B Shaw Mrs A E
Flowers Mrs J H Guitar Mrs Guy
L Noyes Mrs E W Hinton and Mrs
J C Jones
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C A Rector of Portales New Mex
ico returned home today after clos
ing a land deal with N C Ficklin and
G L Bryant Mr Rector formerly
lived in Boone county
The Tuesday and Frotnightly clubs
will hold a joint meeting at 3 oclock
Tuesday afternoon October 11 in the
auditorium of the Y M C A to hear
the report of the delegates to the con
vention of the National Federation of
Womens Clubs
A changa of Venue from Boone
county to Cole county in the case of
Harriett M Hays against the city of
Columbia was granted in the cir
cuit court of Boone county this morn
ing
A son was born to Mr and Mrs
J Welch 404 Anne street yester
day
A NEW CURE FOR CHOLERA
Calcutta Consul Reports of Salt Treat
ment in India
Consul General William H Michael
reports from Calcutta that the new
method of treating cholera -in India by
intravenous or peritoneal injections of
strong salt solution is attracting wide
spread attention He also discusses
the subject
The object seems to be to re enforce
the fluid constituents of the blood The
Statesman a local daily paperr says
that the Calcutta returns show that in
some 175 cases treated by this method
in the Calcutta Medical College since
January last the mortality was reduced
from about sixty per cent at which it
stood under the methods previously
in use to a little over thirty per cent
In other words whereas two thirds
of the cholera cases terminated fa
tally before the new treatment was
FRIDAY TROUSDALE BROTHERS OCT 7
ANNOUNCE
THAT QUAINT AND POPULAR COMEDIAN
HENRY E DIXEYS
GREATEST
SUCCESS
WILL H DORBIN
SUPPORTED BY
BERNICE TROUSDALE
AMD A METROPOLITAN CAST IN
COMPLETE
NEW YORK
PRODUCTION
THE MAN ON THE BOX
K HAROLD McGRATH
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PAGE THREE
Now Is the Time to Put in Heaters
GERMAN HEATER
H B Lyons of Jefferson City
passed through Columbia today on his
way to Hallsville
Mrs J W Stillwell returned to
ginsville this morning after visiting
Mrs W E Weir
Miss Rachael Edwards departed for
Centralia this morning after visiting
Buy the Best they are the Cheapest
Buy the line you Know is Right
Buy Heaters that Saves Fuel
The German Heaters and Estate
Oaks are the best heaters for the
money on the market We also han
dle the National line of Ranges
We want you who expect to place an order for
Heating Stoves to come as soon as possible Let us put
them up NOW It pays
Dont forget that we handle the Apex fencing car
load just received Get our prices theyll surprise you
Paynes
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Hardware Store
Phone 415
introduced since its adoption two
thirds of the patients have recovered
Even more convincing is the fact that
at the very timfi when these results
were being obtained in the medical
college hospital the returns from tHe
Campbell Hospital where the new
system had not been Introduced show
ed no material change
This would seem to indicate that
the treatment and not any exceptional
mildness in the epidemic was respon
sible for the high proportion of cures
obtained The treatment was first
adopted probably discovered by Major
Rogers of the medical department aird
his success in curing cholera by tile
use of it attracted attention before
he really gave to the public his methad
of treatment He wanted to be sureof
its efficacy before he gave out his dis
covery Consular Report
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Mr and Mrs Overton McConathy an
nounce the birth of a daughter
t A Resourceful Furniture Store at your service
with the new ideas and complete assortment
TfOXdl at
South Ninth
always carries a complete line of
Furniture Rugs Undertaking
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