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THE EVENING MISSOURIAM
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1917.
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dominant spirit of our country today
is patriotism, that passion which
moves one to servo his country. Be
fore this convention closes, let us by
formal resolution pledge our loyalty
to our government and offer the sup
port of the Missouri Division to the
S0HLF0FL0I RUSSIA LOSES SHIP
QUOTA SUBSCRIBED. II RIG1 E1C01II
l'or (.Mluinl.I.i ami Vidnlty:
T"n weatlier tuniglit mill mucli i-uliler tel
1 U turv ti S. or lower. 1'rl.l.iy f.ilr am
pf! t-.itunl.ijr fiilr. uiuilt-r.itln);. Strong
LI I wi-it winds illminlxliliii; toulRlit
C?SrS$I00(000 Has BccliNaval Battle Resulted
Convention I n
Sends Telegram to Wash
ington Asserting Faith in
Promised, Treasury Of
federacy rise to our opportunities,
. I may our strength increase as there is
I rv 1 1 1 fvi r iT f 1 s. .jj 1.- ...... !
uuiuuiuiu:itcu 01 it anu may wu uu, as ivuwcu,
glad to live in this ago of usefulness. WORK
when the progress and acnievmenis oi
woman's work will he so enrched and $400,000,000 a Day Must Be"
WOMEN URGED TO
HELP WIN WAR
stone to our growth." I
The treasurer of the division. Miss
Xelle Burris, reported receipts of
Pace if Minimum Goal Is
to Be Realized.
,$1,425 and expenditures of J1.30S. The n-T At.acUtea I'res
'division spent $398 for educational WASHINGTON',
Qt--itr lrfcir1iit in Onpninff
, , rp , ' -r t,to work last year.
AddrCSS 1 Oday, 1 races the Th0 delegates were taken for
Growth Of State Division .motor ride this afternoon.
Opening Session Last Sight.
Sinking of Slav War
SAILORS IN A MUTINY
German Seamen in Ostend
Refuse to Man Submarine
Officer Into Sea.
1'or Jllxotirl: Iirtlr plon.iv- nn.i ...i.
collier tonight, proliulilj- proceed, bv rain
n extreme east portion. Trliliv f.iir, collier
extreme east mill rKliig temiierature north-
(west portion. Ftiili to i-trouK Jiortlmeit
i. unit hiiiiiiuhiiiiii; louigiii.
The low iireNsure nvi U tl.u niAPtiinr.
crosIn;r the .Mlst-Nslppi Valler, nttemletl I
! Iijr uni-ettleil ami -nlmly weather. The high I
pre-.ure Is follow ins closely In the wake of'
i lie io-, ami is airunip mleil by clear and
I Snow has lioen general In Alberta.
Montana. Wyoming, ami the Dakota; and
FIGHT TEUTONS IN
If IT POLA
Report from Switzerland
Says Officers on Both Sides
Are Killed in Clashes Be
jlty Associated I'resi
light to nioiler.
prate rain In the lower part of U-BOAT FLOTILLA
alley ami upper part of the i ..... nn'nrMiTr
-A naval bat- V1. ,aml coI(1 "father will prevail in
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proximately $1,500,000,000, or one-half t,e pas occurred in the gulf of Riga moderating Mimewh.it on Saturday. '.Uverbearing Manner of Sub
a the minimum quota of the Liberty " .. " .. .uu """--, Ti.e TunprratarcH To.iaj
snips, me war onice announced today. 7 a. m r.j
Loan had been subscribed today. I Thc Hussian battleship Salava, was ? a-'" ?
Treasury officials estimated on thefcf,nk. Thn chin Bnni.- na tho ro,,i nf ,.,?"! .';
. ' .. " ..." . .".... 'face Of Iinofflplal ronnrta frnm Ihon... .... . , . . ..
, . . 7, T. r .i nnn I More man 200 aeiCBaies ana visitors . . ...., ubiuk mi several times oeiow tne
The t'mted Daughters of tile Con-! . , .? . ,. twelve reserve banks. ,,..,, v ,.. , .u ,
WIIU U(C JU VUIUKlUltL IU ULLC11U IUV - I ".-4 iiit. itilJ IJ ait VJ1 .1U ilium- ' ,
...a.. suuscruiiions nave oecn od- i bcrs of thc crew woro savcd by nus.
11 a. in 4S
1 p. m 47
'J p. in 43
marine Lrews and Poor
Food Cause Conflicts Be
tween Allied Forces.
federacy at their meeting this after
noon sent a telograni to 1'resident
Wilson, pledging themselves to stand
by him in the country's crisis and to
do all in their power to help our bol
diers and the Allies win the war for
TT 1 I"1 nnrnntlnn .io-rt vol.nnlfll fit
the opening session last night at the 'aincd within the- last four days, or s.an torpC(Io boats.
Rinrn Tho 1can-iTirt rr thi 'Ofntrl'snt'a
The meeting was
sinco the issuance of the President's '
proclamation, says the Treasury De-
llolgiaii rapiT JJcporls Teuton Jluliny,
t.y Associated J'rcsi,
Tirwaldnd nrpr In' Alr3 C P TTnnt.
ni-noMnnt r.f (V( Inhn Q ATnrmnillll.-fv partmCnt
i-t !..- rrhn !..'',, i, ,- To obtoin subscriptions of more than
Iter. M. -V. Hart was proceeded by ?400.000,000 a day from now until the ' among the Gorman sailors at the Bel
:s Finnic Mav l lne campaign seems to bo an ' S'ut port ot ustcnu, wuo reiuseu it
ISy Asvocliteil Press
WASHINGTON'. Oct. ' IS. Official
diplomatic dispatches received here
today report mutiny in the Austrian
navy and clashes between Austrian
T :.J ttii r. Air o t sailors .ami proti.-i nf the fin in enK
AMSTEUDAM, Oct. 1B.-X mutiny!1 riutiiu nMi, a. w. orcpn- nr, . ,,,,.-;.- 7. . IZ1
'A call upon the women who rcpre-' an organ prelude by Miss Fannie May - "l l niiiaign seems o do an ;. p.i Ul uci.u. m i
sent all that is left of the Old South Ross of Stephens College. After the nmisslblo task, but it will be at-,p on board submarines is reported
... ,1 ...!, .,.. n,. in fl,o tirocnnl rnll r.r 1 1 nf thn ulntp nfflcprs hv Mrs. l "'!'. I "1 "'- ucihlo.H LUhfUia.
iu uu nuoi iiitrj. -". ." "- j.. .w.. ...... ... ..... a , . -.-.-. .. ,.
m,l -n.lt?! Ihnll. C P.nrl-or Alnvnr T K Hnsru.q WPI-
ens and J. L. Johnston Will
tO ' 'R tlnn Qrtnlrrc
The news- A Liberty Loan mass meeting will
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world crisis and be classed with thelL, S. Parker, Mayor J. E. Boggs wcl-! ' 'orK- " was announced, H, -air sas an oiucer vas tnrown intone Held at 7:30.o'clock Saturday night S. Despite the attempts of the Austrian
patriots of thc country was uiade by coined tho guests in behalf of Colum- "i"'s l ca UiC WWWWO marc-uie sea anu unriy muuneers were ue-m the University Auditorium. Presl- admiralty to .suppress the. news, it
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many subscriptions from persons of
Mrs. C. IJ. Fans, state president of bm.
ii. tt:..1 ltA.. Ut.-v.-r. nt 4lin in Tlrk tifdfs -fTrt riiftTi n Tirtnfv irrl
federacy at her opening speech to the ' come in behalf of thc local chapter vy sma11 -raeans werc: Pouring in. Gcrvi
coMGntlon In thc Christian Church Mrs. S C. Hunt. Dean Walter Wil- """ """-' "e"" OI Jpni'
here this moring. Mrs. Faris traced liims of the School of Journalism re- , " ... u.i.-,t mc uau,
, Wo Are In thc War"; J. L. Johnston
officers on both sides have been killed
and which resulted in a decision to
change the base of the- German
dent A. Rosa Hill will speak on "Why reached here today, coming by way of
iierne, Switzerland. , The Austrian
.1 ,.., f t,n ctotn iHrlnInn nf tho ' nnnmlml in hrhnlf of the TInlversltV.. ""K"1 SlI"ct" UOSMJn rCportCU a
li f i r r t r '
II V 1 II I I li lll ! I president of the German Savings In-i crews arc said Jo have revolted under
Ui 0 ULu 1 IIU I Lll stitute of St' Louis- on "The Liberty 1 the ill trealhTent ojoffiqers and bo-
iw..i ituiu iuv tun.a jLuiiuiuiiii.v . tauau ui uuu lUUUf WIIIlc JtuC CIuSQ
i 1 TA nj. 1 - T
iiu ti. . aiuunuiis on uur iTesent
C. durlmt thc nast rear and told in the absence of President A. Itoss B'"'e P " ..uu.uuu ny vjciiiwii tuipuiu ivn.s wucjuaty,
f .h work in wiP.,tlnn in extension Hill. Dean Williams praised the "i ' --uau.es ui m woo. innusir.
and other branches of the U. D. C. ' women for the work that they have Subscriptions, continue fast in the,
.,. i.i f ,i, pi tt n r n- rfnnp -,i nflnpntl-nnl. lines' He Minneapolis tustnet, one cf the csli-l
mention held in Dallas last year at spoke of tho scholarships which e ' "lC-,Aotal sales belnB raore i r.y AsoU.ited Press
-l.ili ,i.--(ipn -Vlloonnri K-nmpti M t-' T.'n n c -l o Pitv- nnrl St T.nniS chanters i ' fow,uuu,uuv.
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tenOCtl. iccoruing 10 Jirs. ruria, mu usic i.-aiauii?iicu 111 niu uuiitiai'j n
2nd Wounds 5 Americans
Ship Makes Port.
Citizens from all over the
county are expected to attend the
, rally, as it is being announced at the
, district meetings being held this
WASHivr.Tnv net isUTiiio nn ' Up to. to'day, S4D.650 worth of Lib-
than $170,000 clergymen natrol dutv in the war zone, an Amor- , erty Loan bonds have been sold in
witn licrman submarine crews was
caused by tho overbearing conduct of
the latter. .ttr .
DIspatchetssay that tcnsion,betwcen
Austrian and German crews became
rj alarming that extraordinary
measures were taken to prevent a
recurrence of the fighting between
Missouri flag was used to drapo over sa'd, "Wc show honor to our grand- j throughout the country will deliver, tcan ,03troyer was tbrnedoed jester- Columbia, the Bcone County Trust; them, which included the decision to
of President Woodrow fathers by thc legacy we leave their --"-""- ." fan m me man next da. by a German submarine. One of company navmg announceu an auui-
IT'ilcrm nnrl tho
were given a prominent place in the'
seating of states.
During thc past year, Mrs. Faris,
said in her talk, there have been five
Tonight 7 :WI O'clock.
Jlrs. Blake WoodAn, presiding.
Organ Preludes-Mr. Norris, Chris
tian College. ,
Invocation Rev. S. W. Hayne.
Violin Solo Mr. White, Christian
Address ?.lrs. Woodson.
Missouri delegates ' children
Women as Conscrvcr.
Mrs. L. W. St. Clair-Moss of Chris
tian College extended a welcome in
behalf cf the collage. "Women
said, "have conserved the memory ofuy Aoclatei! Tress
thc veterans who fought for us. Worn-j 4EV YORK Oct
iinday and the Star Spangled Banner thn Amoricr, m.r --, imii nn,i ru-n tion of S3.000' to it3 subscrintion list.
will be sung in virtually every church ' wounded I
In spite of. the severe damage in- i SEMIS BOM) APPEAL BY WHtK
m America. Volunteers will make
daily speeches in thc interests of tho
she l0an UIltil thc cIose of the campaign.
iit.nrs th" ;rjate:
faith and memory."
Gant "of Jefferson
ism. knitting and conserving.
01 mnll nnrl nut-!., m.inlin. .nlir..!niil,ui
-.., ...... ......j i.viHub.;uucv. :iiiJC'r(i
'pushed New York's Liberty Loan sub-j
fiicted by the torpedo, the destroyer ; CoTcrnor Qardnn and Others
. , " acLurume1 lo "" ! People lu Aid GouTnsnent
ui.ii.ia. auu.MmCUi mauu- ia. u, The fonowins telegram a
uie .NaA.v ucpuruiiem. to tho people of Boone County to buy ,
3IILK SUIJEY l.V SEDLLl
move the German submarine flotilla
from the Austrian base at Pola to a
point further away on the Adriatic.
The fighting between the two sets
of crews is described as having been
sanguinary. This news of mutinyilin
f! J tjie Austrian navy, along with the jre-'-S
ravy, has created a profound Im-
T fl. lx.sr1rv .1 rvvl swl Ihr PATfmttiAH
Z V , ri; A ", 7 "" crrSSfon arcing American nval of-,
Frederick D. Gardner and other was, ficia,s who ara been watch!ng ne'
,. T T, f.,, , Toffpronn ritv . ., ., -.. -, -.--. . .. nciais wuo nave Deen waien ng tne
Mrs. J. B. Gant of Jerferson Li scriptions up only $10,000,000. the total 1 UniuTsiiy Aids City In .Movement to 'received from-St. Lou:,; by te Mis- ., H ,,h eXiWCtatloa sipce thc
sponded to the welcomes. She said fit:ureS at n o'clock being $470.000.000. 1 Impro,c Supplr. sourian today: first rcpo't of rnUny in the German
at even in thc busy times of Hoover- HaIf of this ten , camB from th(J , , ..County chaIralen comp03C(1 ot Jrst repoit of mutinj in the German
m. knittinc and conserving, the npi,invn,nr,.nnm,.ii I. ,.,. ...-...., ; . . ... i.inro .,n,i n,nn,in.n) pii,p nr ' ... wu.s rcl-l-ltu -l "-" "!"
Du Pont de Nemoras Company.
(dairy husbandry, will go to Sedalia hankers and prominent citizens of
women still had time for ertucationai Commcntinc on tho failure of nimr.tmii.fci t mi. o mill- 0-o,- or tut everv countv in our state are work
work. The Rev. M. A. Hart, pastor wealthy individuals to come forward city. Tho people of Sedalia are un- I '"S vigorously in response to the call
of thc Christian Church, gave thc ad- wn Snfcscrintions for the sppnnrl ,iortnt-.- t nii.n i, nt,i.n r .of our commander-in-chief, the Pres-
j dress of the evening. He praised the L,-bcrty Loan presumably for thc 8 per ting pure milk. It is planned to"or- ' Went of the United States, in fur-
work of the boutn in tne rcuuuu hib ccnt s,lrtax on large holdings of tho canize and onerate a co-onerative ' nishing the necessary money to
Medley of Southern Airs Messrs. after thc war and the generous spirit new lcsu0 F w London of the Advice mil!; plant which shall handle milk clothe, feed and equip our bays who
Estes. Hill Moreland, Johnson
Presentation of U. D. C. Pin
shown by it along educat'onal lines. Trades Committee of the
Mrs. "All state stars must move In Tj0an Committee predicted.
fleet was received a few days ago.
Clashes between German and Austrian
crews are regarded in naval circles
here as adding mrch significence to
the situation, particularly when con
sidered in th light of the extreme
situat'on of Austria, whose fiehting
forces are at the paint of exhaustion.
DAIKIES JtAISE 3IILK l'MCES
Liberty in a safe. K.initnrv mv. and t.i im-ihaie gone to the front. Resolutions
tli-f In ' - . i i r i i ' lili'mtArl nt vniMniw nnfprmPAC nf
harmony with tho constellations, no ca-e 0r ti10 fnUnro of tlm T.nnn n.' f r these committees nsk that vou nub-
Presentation of Prize Flag, offered, sand. "This war we a"e wagins; will lut t CTCS, WII1 nass a hiirh norsnnni tnv i tv-.. -..jh 0.f n ,-.,t Ilish free this telegram on the front Si'IHnir llafcs are 7 Tents a Pint. 15 a
by Mrs. Charles B. Faris Mrs. Hough. : uS entirely out of sectionalism mio amounting to virtual conscription of by making a complete inspection of ' Pase of your paper in its next issue. I Quart, -11 a Gallon.
"Bonny 'Blue Flag" Miss Myrtle J nationalism. When autocracy dial- pXCocs incomes. Several salaried and the dairies supplying milk to Sedalia. followed by a half-page advertisement j The White Eagle Dairy Company
Parker. Ilenges democracy, all hearts should profeS,ionai men 0f large personal in- Ho will test the milk sold there and' I setting forth the advantages to your j and the G. G. Davi3 Dairy Farm, two
Memorial Services. J turn to the same cause North. South. romc j!avc toi(j him vjtlm tno past get the jdil.ymen together for organ- ' community of investment in the loan j of the largest dairies here, have an-
Mrs. F. S. Leach, presiding. tEast and West should bo one in heart c.x fiays jtj. lpjp,, saj(i that t,ey . ,, " ot tne Government, which is the best'nounced an advance in milk prices.
Reading of Names of Deceased
Reading of Names of Deceased Vet
erans. Tribute to Soldiers. of the Past and
Present M. G. Quinn.
Hymn, "Lead Kindly Light" By All
Quartette. "Tenting on the Old
Camp Ground" Messrs. Estes, Hill,
More-land and Johnson.
Hymn. "Nearer, My God, to Thee"
By All Present
Friday Homing 9 O'clock.
Convention Called to Order.
Prayer by Chaplain.
Minutes of Previous Session.
Election of Officers.
I'rMaj Afternoon 1:"0 O'clock.
Convention Called to Order.
Minutes of Previous Session.
Monument Committee Report.
Report ot Committee on Resolu
tions. Appointment of Standing Committee.
Voting on Place of Next Meeting.
I refused to incur the nclrlifinnnl nhlt-. a rin.ii.. .nn.nc. n.A.i t..
was sung, and Miss raf2:;n of thc sur(ax aUaclC( to thc Deccml)er in st charleS ;e'suUed ln a
Myrtle Parker ana .Mrs. v. it. au.ui. pUrcnase of bon(ls. T1 saI(1 that lmrirovGll miIk .,..
sang a duet. After thc program a re- they (li(i not jnten,i t0 miy any of the ,
ception was given for thc visitors. .I1QW isue. "The matter, therefore, COSTS LITTLE TO EAT THERE
s'mmers down to bis, 'Bur Liberty
security on earth and answers also . utner dairies nave raised meir prices.
the patriotic appeal of our citizens. J also. One dairy increased its rates ten
Notes of Convention
One Confederate veteran got as far
as mo door of the Christian Chufc'h
this morning and on glimpse'at the
inside of the church was too much
for him. He had evidently under
stood that the veterans were meeting j JjnCj-(.
Willi uie jjaugiuers ui iiiu iuim.-uci-acy,
but tho sight of so many of the
women delegates surprised' him and
with a hasty "O! I'm in the wrong I
nlace" he made his exit. I I!-r AocIal I'rcis
Loan bonds now. or have your wealth Caft'ti'ria at Columbia High
conscripted in the months to come.' " , Opened esterday.
daj-3 ago. Most milkmen arc selling
their milk now at 7 cents a pint, 12
cent3 a quart and 44 cents a gallon,
tho prices in effect since August 25
L STRIKE IS OFF
Only by co-operation and co-ordina
tion of the wonderful forces of Amer
ica and response by every man,
woman and child to the call made
School nnoTi them can we hone for success In have been: C cents a pint. 10 cents a
i the present struggle for tho liberty . quart and 3G cents a gallon.
Two crackers and a bowl of soup 0f the world. We ask your co-opera- Milk prices have been fluctuating for
for a nickel, two ham sandwiches for , tion and that of all your citizens. We 'the last jear. Last November milk
six cents, and ice cream and cake with Deg them to go to their bankers went from 7 cents a quart to 9 cents.
coiTee Tor a tiny fraction or ones an,i make subscriptions for bonds w-th a like advance of price on other
Quit Work in the West
I KANSAS CITV, Oct. IS. The strike
.slender allowance that shows the commensurate with their means, and
scale of prices for Columbia High we can upon every red-blooded -Amer-Scliool
students at the new cafeteria. ican to act as a personal solicitor for
At noon yesterday the lunch room was the sale ot bonds, believing as we do
opened to students and teachers and tJiat their conscience will measure
arrangements were made to serve all up to their deeds. All of the under
within one hour. 'signed join in personally urging your
As conducted by the School Board, , co-operation and assistance, which we
the cafeteria . will follow the plan believe will be given cheerfully.
adopted by other restaurants of this Frederick D. Gardner, governor of
Mrs. Allen Porter, president of the of 35.000 coal miners in the Western
Stonewall Jackson Chapter of Kan- , District, embracing Missouri, Kansas,
sas City, which has won the flag of- Oklahoma and Arkansas, which was to nature. Two girls have been appoint-' Missouri- William R Compton, gen
fered by Mrs. C. B. Faris, state presi- have been begun tomorrow morning. jCd to estimate the cost of the contents ' , ci,al'rman ot Liberty bond corn
dent of the organization, to thc chap- has been deferred pending negotia-1 of the trays and to receive the checks ' mittee. u s Haves. chairman of
tor geuuig iu "'"si jaw"""" .uw..h," ..... iC,.u-umainUa ui iiib .used in payment. i,w," mmmitt nml n .T TlnhPf..
measures. Thw price was adhered to
by thc dairymen until August, when
dry weather and scarcity of feed
caused them to raise prices to what
they are now. Heavy rains 25 days
later brought prices down to 10 cents
a quart, six a pint and 3G a gallon
where thej1 stood until thc present
the year, is very much interested in Southwestern Coal Operators Associa
the prize essay work of the U. D. C. : tion and the men.
Mrs. Porter's U. D. C. pin is be-1 -
lieved to be the most valuable of any I FAttMINfi FOR SHOUT COURSE
worn by any of the delegates to the j ?
. it Vo...tp Columbia meeting. It is an official h. II. Hushes Snjs Students will Pre-
oi uavci. am. . .. ...
Seal to President-elect by
. .. 1 ..!.: A. ..dtl. n linn lit! fill Hi
b . 1 41m, Imirnm nnil WHO Vfrt hv
President, Mrs. Charles B. Faris. Uporter in an eS3ay contest sev-
Music. j . .
pare to Meet Unusual Conditions
I The existing war conditions will
i largely determine thc nature of this
years Short Course in Agriculture.
HEAL ESTATE MAX ASKS SO
chairman for Missouri.
C. E. Genrie Sties Mr. Mary Ford for
Commission on Deal.
C. E. Gcarie, a real estate man of
Columbia, is suing Mrs. Mary Ford of
Columbia for 5230 in Justice John S.
Bicknell's court today. Mr. Gcarie
brought Mrs. Ford and a
JUKY FIXDS IIOTTCIIER GUILTY
Piinshmeiit Assessed at 0 Years C.
Miller Senlenced for 3 Years.
The jury of the Circuit Court re
turned a verdict of guilty this morning
in the case against Fritz Bottcher
Milk Producers Held fpr Conspiracy.
Ily AorHtPiI I're
CHICAGO. Oct. 18. Chas. II. Potter'
of Elgin. 111., chairman of the .Milk
Producers' Association, was indicted
today on charges of conspiracy to fix
the price of milk.
SIR I1RAKELY MOIIIAX l.V I. S.
Snrpcon of British Medical Corps io
A(hie American Units.
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Mnliprlv m UIU aat "(""" i..n. iun...... A-N jVllj..lll 1'UIlJ. UCl. JR.
.UUUt.ll. :!i .,,lf Alloa Crlt-!o ' . .1 . j;.. .i-..i J.t
, iUl Uiliuiliai uaouui, wi. ....o j...u une oi nif mufl UlllllgUISlieU IllCUlCai
The reception given in the raezza
I which opens October 31. In Alnlnti'r " Gates. His punishment was assessed! authorities of England who has been
new chanters admitted to thc state 'nine floor at the Danul uoone ia- Cnti said.
oreanirntimi nn.i r.dt pertificatca for , ern was the first meeting ol women to "AbnGrmal nrice3
memhprshin'ivp l.ppn sipnni. I be held in Columbia's new hotel. Del- machinery nrevail now.
The great part of Mrs. Faris's talk ' egates from over the state divided , the Short Course will take such con
was devoted to a discussion ot tne tneir time iiBluc m ""'. ?"'" "' "ons into consideration, so that the" f .- 7:" ?'," "" ,t r th worthless check. British government to go to America
work of the different state otlicers. ; uccrs anu .iuii......b siuuents on returning to thc farm . ; , " "" """ Another case brought up today was to. advise the United States Medical
in closing she said
on feed and , ' .
-vi P.r pretenses and was,sentcnced to three, rlvei here today on a British steam-
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nnw L-a to-.n -i,Ip1. it,., e-,,1 re. jwumuiuimuuia,... .,M,ao 5nl, uiiuLT iiisirucuuiiH irum me
Clarence Miller pleaded guilty to the jioihan. senior consulting surgeon of
l.n f nl.(ntnln -rti-iril-. ntlllnf fllcn I i n!ll.L - . f-.l! 1 rv
mi ..... i'ii;iri;i: iil itiiLtiiiiiiit. luunvi iiiiitA mui. ini itriimn kiihi ninrMi i nrim nr
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'next snrlnp- ran nt thoir mirt tn thpl
Fraternity pins are very much in'nresont .var .Itn,.-nr, Tn ror
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sp"ak to ou briefly of the thing that convention. Mrs. u t. LanipKin oi rients f?r war problems, the College of, Football Game Scheduled for Tomor-
Opportunity Ahead 'ovf.
defaultation of the deal.
C. IL S .TO PLAY .MARSHALL
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looms largest in our lives today. Never Keylesville wears a jeweieu i m uu- Agriculture has arranged to have a
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our freedom, and later preserved our admiration on the part of the other mcn who are expertg on ccrtam war'
The Columbia High School football ccived only 211 bushels,
team will leave tonight for Marshall,
ithat of E. F. Buescher against S. IL Corps in its war preparations. During
Woods. The case which was appealed jhts eighteen dajs of absence from
i from tho justice's court is oer a corn J England he will attend a clinic of
.contract. Buescher alleges he should , surgeons at Chicago.
have received 330 bushels but re-
M. E. Missionary Society Meets.
Hy Ap.4fli.te I'reii
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct. 18 The
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unity, has our country faced such a delegates, wauo Airs, i nomas y. . i ar- , problems, such as conservation of where it will play tho Marshall High ; Schweitzer Society Meets,
crisis as it Is facing now and never ry and Mrs. K. J. inresner, ootn oi t00 B00(i roaagf stock breeding and .School team tomorrow afternoon. The i The Schweitzer Chemical Society thirty-sixth annual convention or the
oeiorc in the history cf our United Kansas v.u.., .- w.&- -. . ail proDferns mat are or special in-jieam vrm stay an nignt in ceniraiia held
nas ." " i-"" -- - itiwt iu idi uilts. me lectures wiii,u tiu uu iu Jiarsuuii iu ie mum- ocav
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there been such opportunity for a ' those worn by, men in the Universit
great work and an heroic accomplish-1 today, for the reason that these stjles
went as is being offered to us this 'are not being made any more, but
the ones tney wear uie tuusiuci uj
year Never in our history has Mis
souri needed the co-operation of her
women as she needs it now. The
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be given at nighL"
Courses this year will be offered in
live stock production, diseases of live
stock, soils, farm crops, horticulture,
control of Insect pests, marketing and
judging farm products.
its first meeting last night in
RphtrpitTpr Hall. John Wesley Mar-
C. Brightman, principal -of den talked on "Colloidal Solutions."
About forty persons attended. At
the next meeting, to be held in two
weeks, there will be an election of
Officers and members of the society
will read papers.
C. H. S will be in charge of the
squad. This will be the first time for
several years that the Columbiatcam
has met the Marshall High School
in football. -
National Women's Home Missionary
Society of the Methodist Episcopal
Church opened here yesterday in thc
Independence Avenue Methodist
Church. The session will be divided
into thc reports of the, twenty-two
bureaus for mission service which
constitute the society.