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COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920
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" State Dxecutive to Dlmt Two
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Vice-President's FngHgwnent in
Columbia Is BrokeBAla-ba.Set.torke-
Cowno Frederick D, Cardner will
mate two addresses in ColaaahUne-t
Thumliy iflTn'1-T tnj niht if, ,
The t'ttrnoon tddras will be firra
et J o'clock tad the ereaiac Uret t
7 JO o'clock, Effem e baaf mde'to
train the Hall Theater for the afici
mod iprakinf and the. Uawrtilf Audi
torium (or the night tddresa,
Tha was announced thit afternoon by
n, E Sapp, chairman. o( the Dtraocralk
county committee. -
It is eipected that the eveniaf addres
ill be of r pedal interest to student,
cording to Mr. Sapp, althouh the (ener
al public is inrilfd la both the aflemoj
and evenina; speaking.
CorernoriCardner had expressed a.oVs
tira to come to Columbia neii Saturday
afternoon but arrangements with the
Democratic speakers bureau which-has
charge of his serrices hare changed the
date to Thursday.
Vice-president Thomas R. Marshall
who was scheduled to speak here Wed
nesday eVrnip, September 29, has rao
rrlled his date and will not "come. It U
not known whether he cancelled a four
dap' campaign in other Missouri cities
in which he was to speak.
Senator Thomas Hefflin of Alabama
will be another of the speakers to be
heard in this city, according to a tele
gram receired Saturday afternoon from
Congressman W. L Nrbon. Senator Hef
flin will speak Wednatday afternoon,
September 29, the date which had been
planned for Vice-president Marshall. Ar
rangements have not yet been completed
for a halL
The MisMurian has receirod. notice
that Jewetl SHoum, assistant secretary of
aim iiim-ir iabl-.IftI'-tpeeiL
able speakers who may come to Columbia I
but his coming could not be verified at
the Democratic headquarters this morn
ing. C. B. Sapp said he 'had receired
no notice regarding Sbouse.
The Democratic campaign in Missouri
is rapidly assuming a note of earnestness.
Breckinridge Long, Democratic nominee
for United States senator, will start to
day on a strenuous campaign tour of tlie
stale in behalf of the entire Democratic
ticlet. He will campaign thrce'daysin
the Thirteenth Congressional District
with Senator Carter AL Buford. Demo
cratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor
and Arthur T. Brewster, Democratic nomi
nee for Congress.
Their speaking engagements follow:
September 21, Farmington and Dealogr,
aiternoon. Bonne Terre, night Septem
ber 22, De Soto and IliUsboro, afternoon,
Long then goes lo North Missouri for
the following itinerary: September 23. New
Cambria, afternoon, Macon, night. Sep
ternber 24, Edina, afternoon, Klrksville,
night. September 2S, Lancaster, afte
noon, Uniontille, night. September 27,
Milan, afternoon, Linneus, eight. Sep
tember 23, Oullicothe, afternoon, Cam
eron, night. September 29, with Cover
nor Cox at St. Joseph.
WILL HOLD JOIST' MEETIXG
Drametle Art Club ana Play -Waders
to et Monday,
The Dramatic Arts Clnb and' the Play
Reading Club will hold a joint meeting
in the faculty room of the University
Library at 8 p. m. Monday. Persons in
Columbia who are not studenta and who
are interested in dramatic are Invited
lo attend. Plans for the year wilt be
announced, and oportunity given for new
members lo join.
A one act play, entitled Torches,"
written by K. Raisbeck of the Harvard
dramatic organ'uation, will be read.
Those taking part in the reading will be
Mrs. E. R. Clark, II. & Bill and J. E.
DEAN WILLIAMS TO AUSTRALIA
Hill Leave Sometime la Jaaniry to
Attend PrtM Cro.
Walter Williams, dean of, jibe School
of Journalism, wilT' leave sametime in
l.nu.rv to attend the World's Press Con
gress, at Sydney, Australia, next March.
Dean Williams is president of the World
Preparations are being made- by Pre.
micr Hughes and the Commonwealth
Government lo make the meeting a suc
The New Zealand Government Bas in-
sited all overseas journalists, attending
the convention, to visifNew Zealand, and
will give such visitors free passes over
the railways and the steamer lo the South
Mason to Meet In Kansas City.
The thirteen Masonic Blue lodge of
Kansas Gty will be hosts lo about fifteen
hundred delegates from si hundred and
sixty lodges in Missouri al the conven
ing of Ibe Grand Lodge of Missouri.
A. F. A. M, to meet in Kansas Gly
September l"lo 24.
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missisiu of oase'dtTtliment control the
wekri.iBlr Northwest. ad; there
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cat there are no steere- storms withm
tae coarises ol report.
!' Uf)st freats occwjtd fa-ffestern
ad.-in 'New .YoetMd Ncw-tw
Normal-to stichtly above. narnul warmth
obtains In tne middle -western grain
Missouri road ar'rougfa in places bat
otherwise ther are in fair to good
dition. Ciilersbljrading is gonig on.
Cenerally fair weather' is indicated lor
the next two or three days.
Local data: The highest temperature
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Ojwx A year ago yencruay iuc buhct
lemperatue was 87 and the lowest Tas
67. Precipitation DAS. Noon yesterday:
dry tmlb. 82; wet bufc, 68; relatlre Tiu-
nidify. 49 per cent. 7 a. m. today: dry
lemperatue was 87 and the lowest 'wa
nMitv. 49 tier Cent. 7 ft. m. today: dry
bulb. 63: wet bulb. 61: relative humidity
90 percent Sun rose tooay oo . m.
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Moon sets 11:43
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ciai pnxe lias Decn onemr lor iraiernities.
APPROAPHTNC' ' "pr """ fr'
ill I HAnvaJUvr bnl gwril JiH)Uy of ilvm ini
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rropical Gale Raging in Carib-, This trophy, which offered by R.
bean Sea San Antonio ,Wce. Sr, iu be known .. u.e R. R
Warns Peonle. 1 Pnce Uophy It ,U be awarded each ,
Bt Uahri Pir
DALLAS, Sept. 2a A tropical storm
is raging in the Caribbean Sea, accord-ins-
to reruns received here. Il is re
ported to be proceeding northwest and
probably will strike the Yucatan peniiv-i
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SAN ANTONIO, Sept. t.ndilion
for a gulf storm are ideal, according lo
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WeaTher Bureau hire today. Sep.em-1
ber is the month for tropical storms, ibe
forecast said. He reports that the
wind is rising and a storm is expected.
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ine ioosouu ine sioria u y icam iicic
within the next two das and again it
may not reach here for ten days he said.
CHRISTIAX RECITAL PLEASES
Large Audience Heart Program
A large audience enjoyed the faculty
recital, given in the Christian College
Auditorium at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon, by Mrs. Margaret Roberts Creen.
soprano, and Miss Aline Wilson, pianist.
with Miss Helen Howard as accompan
ist. The program consisted of fire group,
opening wiln a selection lnm l Iro-
vatore. sung by Mrs. Green. Because.
of its brilliant quality and wide range.
her voice was particularly well adapted
to this selection; the staccato passages
were sung with remarkable clearness
and accuracy. The second group of songs
included a Jubilee song entitled. Wait
Till I Put on Mah Crown," sung with
much vigor by Mrs. Green, a selection
from an Arabian Cycle, a Chinese Prayer
one and a plaintive Russian folk son?.
the spirit of which Mrs. Green express
ed remarkably well. Among the six snort
pieces comprising the third group, two
song entitled, "Ho, Mr. Piper," by Cur
ran and "Robin, Robin, Sing Me a Song."
by Sprosa, were enthusiastically received
by the audience.
Mis Aline Wilson combined remarka
ble strength with delicate touch in her
playing. In her First number. "Papillons"
by Schumann, the octave work in the left
hand waa especially well done. Miss
Wilson interpreted Cyril Scott' "Lento"
in an understanding way. It was fa her
closing number, "Caprice Espagnol." by
Mosskowski that Miss Wilson showed ber
greatest dexterity; the legato movement
waa played in striking contrast to Ihe
i est of the selection.
Miss Helen Howard, who 'won the gold
medal in lb 19-0 piano contest, accom
panied Mri. Creen on the piano. Espe
eiilly in the selection from the Arabian
Cycle, Miss Howard showed her skill
as a pianist and accompanist.
COLUMBIA SCHOOLS CROWDED
CoageiUoa la twr Grade
rnands edltte Aclien.
Arcordina to W. J. Oliver, superm-
..nH.m nf schools here, the lower grades)
in Columbia' .schools are so congested
lhat more teachers mast be employed
immediately to handle ibe overflow.
Conditions are worse at the Jefferson
School where there are sixty children in j-jr 0f lne faculty of Westminister !
the first grade. The first and 7!lege and al one lime waa an assistant in
grades of Fields, Benton and Lee schools
also crowded. An effort is being
made to employ at
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least three more
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JHIMTrTIOCEKS GO FAST
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Flower Growers JLTfged '
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,i!T rf6r IJcsfEriWawW jfeet.' There Ire no branchea'and the. sion'to
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con-.Will bate an opporHwfy to'Via'priios in
uhe second annual lawn contest of the
uaroen ut.( itus eomesi wm ut lor ine
grcsicst iniproTemenr in lawns' between
October lol this year ana October i,
xrrt ir isvsai innAnimn iiUUT'
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prue ol 5U wui be awardeu loine;
owneroi me lawn-ssMwing ic rausijm
provement, and a prue of
iOWDrr vf the lawn? fankiag
rpPilr, wjU j iwjrded from t!
0f tDe f gbow Jo be giren
provement, and a prue oflZS to the
.Vr th L,wr lmw 1a Iw aivn nt Ttnira.
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wie lawns ana cararns.
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Hie- besl-kept lawn will be announced
slantif OrtnTiaT 1. Vour tM nrtzm and
(four tS prises wiU be awarded. A.pe-i
4 tear to tne 1 tower exhibit wturli rants
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titled to keep it until the next jears con-
test. Il will become the property of any-
lone who wins in three successive years.
Fibers entered in the conteM for the
trophy will also be eligible for the other
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tne baraen Jun ana oy girt
Ihe. School of Journalism of the Univer-
isity. The Carden Club is urging every-
lone who lias flowers to enter lliem in the
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Miow. Ihe winner may keep the cup
until the next flower exhibit, or if be
wins it three times in succession, il be
comes his permanently.
The persons who compete for this main
prize are not barred from entering indi
vidual flowers or winning other prizes.
They are merely asked to place all of
their exhibit together.
The sale of tickets is steadily growing
and large crowds of visitors are expected
from Fulton, Jefferson Gly and other
The Carden Club is offering two prizes
of $50 and $25 for the greatest improve
ment in Columbia lawns next year. Tboee
Wishing lo compete nust send their names
to Mrs. James Cordon before October 1.
The Mlsaonrlan Business Office In
Virginia Building, Downstairs.
The offices in Jay 11. Net! Hall are
Until October 1 the business office
of The Columbia Evening Missourian
will remain in ita present location and
its telephone number will be the
same. No. 55.
The news office will be in Switzler
Hall, phone No. 274.
BEKIXS CLASS IX THERAPY
Training Designed to Teach Craft
io neieriiye rersons.
A training class of the Missouri As -
sociation for Occupational Therapy will
begin work on September 27, at 3510
Washington Avenue, St. Louis. Appuca
lions must be in this week.
The course consists ot six months'
raining in crafts such as design, basketry,
weaving, bead and metal work, book-
binding, stenciling, pottery, woodcarving
and toy making. fiflT hours of lectures
by specialists and lliree months' practice
work in hospitals and Institutions.
The tuition is moderate and positions
are virtually guaranteed to graduates.
Anoticama mm! h, ai I..i 51 veara of
see. Women with a colleae -Juration
or its equivalent are desired. The cur- " ",,"" SocirtT Mi Sttm
alive powers of useful occupations for "T ,n ,he Y- M- C- Auditorium. The
the sick and mentally afflicted is now Vestion was: "Resolved, thai the United
an accepted fact among physicians, il is Slates federal government should adopt
d ,. pn i rnt.-h
a a nilsrr. director of the Florida ex.
lotion division with headquarters al
j Cainesville, Hi, was a Columbia visitor
fv,,, wfdr. Mr. Rilev was formerly a mem-
fll-e botany departmenl of the University.
) In present .work is in connection with
all the slate educational institutions in
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ftijifm in smpnthI
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''"Did Tou ever see snch a!M
?"(! a.chancteristic resnark made' by i
y fwsaeiavy wuen lory w ujvwm fu
growing In F. D. Alton's raid at north
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Last sBcine an automobile ran into and
broke, an umbrella tree growing; in Mr.
FAlions Vard. On June 10 he sawed itlavw i r ,' "
off nrhe guirOn JunlT0 CALL MEETING TODAY
js -I-bXJ a.a f-. Ik ttiwan ttnil
He lied the tree to two stskn-five feet
high? to brace 'it. '
-At first.- aaiJ Mr. Alton, "I tiedjl
with good-strong ropes. And da yon
know thatthin, grew fas, thai I. caui.ln, bJ JJT rZT ' ' "fi" """" ' J- W' V
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But I now fwcneJ to the atake wrth
an tlaslie wspender. 1
He had planned to put a flagpole on
the corner but now be feels 'thai it w31
not be nccesaarj. lie can JuM.lill ine
tree- so the leaves will fall 'oft and ar
range a pulley to raie the flag:
rape urc mj. , .
Mr. Alton says his rhief indoor spptt
Ls'sitting beside his wnidow watching the
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utwuuw vuni.uvajui. wi-
ele for "c a
'V'ans TciTY Scot. --a-For tbV
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' ber Uetiveries were marketed lor S5
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4 cents.f Increased production and good
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weather are reported lo be IheiCMses
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Htxle0 MaB "'' SU! Prw Ak-
Mitchell White of the Mexico, Ledger,
I was elected .Dresids.of.lhte Msmiri
PrV'Asiciat(on li S.t.Ii last wi"'??' . -eSvas. flight romnund-
lr-Iylfi'5l.fv.-.'.!?t, rf the IlSrh smudrlm at ibe rime (
i t i . r .k. cl..v .
,, n( ,he University were al elected
m office by the association. Fred M.
Harrison of Callatin was named corre-
srjndinr sccretarr and John Smnel at
the Rocknort Mai! recorJ.n secrets-..
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I president, II. R. Spencer, Princeton;
Second vice-preiident, Mrs. Anna E. No
Ian, Monroe Gty; treasurer,. E. H. Win.
The convention closed last Saturday af
ternoon with an automobile tour of St.
Louis under ihe auspices of the Si. Louis
The association plans to build a press
!club home similar to llial owned by the
OlUhomi Press Association at Medicine
Dean Walter Williams of the School
of Journalism spoke onlbe new Mis
I souri constitution and proposed a resolu
tion in faior of the amendment. The
association adopted this resolution:
"Believing lhat the growth of Missouri
should not be tampered, declares it fa
vors amendment No. 15, which, if adopted
at the November election, will give the
voters an opportunity to vote upon the
question of holding a constitutional con
vention, whose revision of the present
constitution will later be subject to pop
lhen Mr. White was elected president
it was the first time that a son of a
former president of the association had
ever been elected to this office. R, it
Vv bite, of the Ledger, father of Mitchell
White, in tho early eighties was elected
president of the association at a meet
ing in Sprnigfield. Only two or three
years ago Mitchell While served as cor
responding secretary of ihe association
while his father occupied the same posi
tion for about twenty years.
.COLUMBIA MIMST-RS LECTURE
M. F. Crowe, A. B. Hobbs ad J. 8.
. Denton Hold Ont-of-Town Meeting. I
i if., fviuh,a mlnt.t. .,, ,Mn,
j out of town lectures this week. The Rev.
M. F. Crowe, 619 North Eighth street,
is in Elvins giving tabernacle lecture
under the auspices of ihe St. Louis Con
ference. With him is the Rev, A. B.
Hobbs, a singer. They will return next
week after conducting services in Elvins
for ihree weeks.
The Rev. J. & Denton. 1413 Bouch-
. elle .avenue, is holding Baptist Church
meetings in Millersville, ten miles from
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, D'ta,'. M" -tloU Questloa.
' A oecision of 2 to 1 was given in favor
?! '?e affirmative in a debate of thej
the budget system similar to thai in
in England in as far as it is applicable
lo the American system of laws and gov.
eminent." The speakers were: Affirm
ative, J. Cooley and Paul Whitener; neg
alive, Howard Leonard and Frederick
tiaognmer. a comic uebaie and retrrant
ments were features of ibe informal
smoker that followed the debate- ft was
decided lo postpone the regular meeting
which was lo be held next Saturday on
account of the Y. W. C A. aad Y.J
CA.' mixer. "
J-J A. 4AJX
. BIG SUCCESS
Leaders Clasp Hands as Long
cgai auie in ronsn
Lithuanian Border Dis-
Hold Open Ses-
Attempt to Settle
With r inns.
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rAKIS, SepL 20.-
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i"an accepieu tne League ol Na-
I findint$ . j
1 Lithuanian boundr rf..n,... Tt.:. :.
II Leagues first success al arbitrating L
impute between powers.
An open session wss begun today to'
lake-up the dispute between Sweden and
Ir-:i. .," . . . . . .
I' '"" ,er ,ne Ano Islands.
roua mive isck km
WARSAW, Sept 20BolsheTUt troops'
nave oeen driven northward lo the Binsk
marshes along i,Iie whole Dnieper river
front, the Polish communique claimed to
BCBIAL OF .H. R. CLAY, JR.
Fall Mllllary Honor. Arcorded Unl
funeral serrices were lield this mrn
Ing at Plattburg for Henry Robinson
Clay, Jr. A. B. 16. and an M man in
football in 1914-15. The body was re
lumed from Coblrnz, Cermany. where
he died of pneumonia February 9. 1919.
He was buried with full military honors
under the auspices of the American Le
gion. Mr. Clay was an American "ace" and
captain in the aviation service. He had
nine enemy planes officially credited lo
him. He possessed decoration from three
governments: The Croix de Guerre from
France, the British War Cross of En
gland and the DulinguMied Service Cross
bis death. Tire- 148th had the enviable
record of not having lost a man or plane
At the beginning of ihe war he en-
Misted in the air service of the United
C... xmr H. ,.! I: it-:
School ol Aeronautics al Austin, Tex.
From there he went lo Kelly Field. Mr.
day was sent to France in April, 1917,
'where he was attached lo the Royal Fly
At the lime of his death be was en
gaged in writing a book for the United
State Government on combat fighting.
Previous to the fifth machine he had
shoi down Gay had never seen any oc
Lcnpants in the aeroplanes that had fallen
yctun of the machine gun bullets ot)
his piano. His filth enemy was brought
down behind the French lines, and lie
tesolved to ascertain the identity of his
opponents. About a week later he re
turned to the place where the plane had
fallen. It was a big double-sealer. Both
of the fliers were Cerman officers, neither
of whom had been buried. Gay search
ed the men and had them buried with
military honors. A few daya later he
flew over the Cerman lines and dropped
Ihe property he bad taken in the search.
Mr. Gay left a father and molher and
x brother, J. A. ("LU") Oay. who was
captain and all valley tackle of the Tiger
football team in 1914. He was a mem
ber of the Kappa Sigma fraternity here.
J. Max McCann and John Roney. mem
bers of that chapter, attended the fun
end. Ii0 FROM B00XE COtJXTY
More Than MM Hare Attested Short
Coarae In Agriealtnre.
Boone County has furnished 150 of
ihe more than 3,000 former students of
the two-year winter course in agriculture,
at the University, according to a bul
letin issued this fall for the coming
term, which opens on November 1, 1920.
The former students also repsesent thirty
other slate, ranging from one each for
Alabama. California. Florida, Maryland,
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
Utah and West -Virginia to seveniy iuc
for Illinois. In addition, Brazil sent one,
Canada one. Argentine Republic one,
Denmark, one, and Samoa one.
MfekSebeoI HaMa Cla Election.
TL. -I... .!-ii.,n which were held
this morning at the University Ugh school
resulted as fallows: Senior cuss rres
ident. C M. Reid: vice-president. Miss
Margaret Ross; secretary. Miss Mary Tip-1
Ion; treasurer, Alien roneo, a:..-al-arms,
John Oieavena. Junior class.
President, William Brink; vice-president.
Mis Virginia Craves; secretary. Mis
Esther Schlundt; treasurer. Lorine Loyd.
Sonhomom class President, Miss Doro-
ihv Heaven. viee-Dresident Miss Anna J
Katherlneykes; sergenl-al-rms. nunno
Salvatierra. The freshman class wdl
elect officers Tuesday rooming.
Frte Preauef 0 r nessaencj.
. PARIS, Sept. 20-Premier Millerand
annoanced his candidacy for the office of.
president of France today lo succeed Paul,
DeacLad, who resigned the office, last
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EVERY DOG HAS HIS
DAY; ITS OCTOBER 1
FOR COLUMBIA PUPS
Dog owners, prepare to oar us.
uit., ucc 10 par up.
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This year's city dog tax Is due Octo
. j wny ig tax ane nfTA-l
'..tTT'I? ,us- ? '"
is IliM, but 25 cents additional
rged for collection and registra-
is charged for collection and r,nttn.
The cily is courteous to rititing dogs;
tney are exempt from the Ui.
city dog , ordinance in part
"icy are exempt from the Ux.
Uradi as follows
"All dogs in the city of Columbia,
nude and female, except dog-coming
Into the city casually with their mas -
into the city casually with their mas-'said
ters, shall be licensed and rrrUrere.1 if
orer four months old."
I It is a cily misdemeanor for a (Vliim-
bian to own a dog and not hare it reg-l
FISCHER SOW IX XEVT TOBK
Onlomi House Being IJaarded Af!r
B t ri. '
NEW YORK. Sent. 5dr.i i d
Fischer, who is said lo have informed per
sons in New York of the Wall street
disaster before il took nlarr .rri.l !..
inoay accompanied by detectives- frwa
' Hamilton. Ontartn
There is no specific charge arain.i I.;-.
other than the charge of insanity against
him by his brother in law. Fischer
agreed to come lo New York to be ques.
iiuiieu oy ine reuerai granl jury.
Another victim of ihe osn .
identified here today as Elmer W. Keb-
rer. He was identified by his mother.
W. II. Edwards, collector of revenue at
the Customs House, reported today that
be had received a card saying that the
Customs House would be blown up to
morrow. The message came on a post
card. He reported the affair lo the police
anu extra guartla have been thrown about
the Customs House.
JUDGES FAVORED B0XD ISSUES
Method of DMrlbntlng Fonds Basis
of Chief Opposition.
Judge J. T. Stockton and Judge J. S.
Pauley attended the convention ol the
Mi uouri Cood Roads Federation in St.
I Louis last Friday and Saturday as rep-
ictmiitcju viecuone uniy court.
, Every County court" in the stale except
one was represented at the convention,
according to Judge Pauley, who says thai
a majority of the delegates' favored the
$60000,000 bond issue.
The method of distributing the funds
is tne basis of the chief opposition to the
movement, be say.
The judge .referred to the banquet
given the delegate by the Missouri Press
Association, and said: "They surely
uid snow us a good time.
New York Legislature to Weigh
Charge of Disloyalty
Against 5 Members.
Br faM In
AI.4.NY. N. Y- Sept 20-The state
legislature, meeting In special session lo
nitht to consider the housing situation,
will be confronted with the acceptance or
reVction of the five Socialist members
who were refused sea's at the last ses
sion on a charge of disloyalty.
The Socialists-were re-elected in soe
rial elections held in Jew York Gty
Indication pointed lodar lo the assem-
bly reversing its action and voting to seat
the socialist Republicans on account of
political expediency, and the Democrats
as amatter of' patty policy.
SQUIRREL COSTS MAX lll
Israel Elll Fined ft and Cost for
Haallag vTIthoat LIceaae.
A squirrel came high to Israel ETIi
last Saturdar. Ellis shot one on the farm
of C B. Rollins, Later In the day' be
was seen with the squirrel by John G.
Leslie, deputy state game and fish ward
en. The squirrel hunter pleaded guilty in
the Justice Court of Judge John s. Hick
nell this morning to a charge of hunting
without bcenae. and was fined II and
costs. The total price which Ellis paid
for one squirrel was 111.50.
W. G. McKlMET STILL LEADS
Official Coaat of Totes CUeaga
tj I'aftaJ raa
CHICAGO. Sept. 20 An official count
nf the city's voles in the election of
last week was begun here today. The
count is eipected to be completed by
According lo ihe unofficial count, Len
Small ha a lead over Jot. COglesby
la the race for governor by 6JK0 votes.
William C. McKinJey I still leading in
the raco for lb nominslion United
HAITI VIOLATES TREATY TERMS
V. S. Give Raaaaa far WI:WwMg
Salarka of Officials.
ar ' rm.
WASfJItvCTONSept. 29-Tke Uniled
Stale has eot note to Hah saying that
the reason why the salaries of official
there navojeen held up is becauso Use
H-tiaa'govfrnmeiit bis violated tie terms
Ar fraa ariaai o IM U- '.
, PROPRIETORS HEH)10R U. Sr'
COSTixce FUSB WTESTHJATI05
RepnbVeaB. WonM Tte C Ctani
ar.ni.w. v.M YoW TTnt
i i-..i.ij . r antnort. '
' 'WASHtNCTON. 5epL -3D. The Sen-
.ale inTrsiisatinr committee will con-r
.ale inrcstigating committee will con -
'sene here next Wednesday to re it.
I investigation of the Republican slush j
1 fund. Senator Kenyon annoanced today 1
f immediately after his arrftal here. He,
1 said that a long list of witness, had
that a long list of witnesses had (
, been summoned to anoear. It is hoped I
. that one week will see the' end of the
I invet;atinn- I
A controrersy is in sight between the
Fmocratic membcra ol tne commiHce
and the Republican, member over the
nature of the evidence which is to be
heard. The Republicans wish to take up
charges unrelated to ijovemor a.
charges and the DemocraU wish to pur.-jai
sue the charge which Cox is reported
lo have made.
E. II. Moore, Cox' represenutire,
is said, will introduce new evidence.
Legion May Change Policy and
Take Part in National
1 IVi.l Tm.
NEW YORK. Sept. 20.-Po!itic wUI
be the paramount issue at the next con
vention of the- American Legion, it was
indicated today in replies 10 a survey
just completed by ihe American Legion
Weekly to ascertain the views of ihe
legion's 2.000.000 member regarding ihe
political restrictions clause in the war
veterans' organization. At present the
"The American Legion shall bo abso
lutely non political and shall not b
used for the dissemination of partisan
principles or for the. promotion of tie
candidacy of any person seeking publie-
office or preferment, Jva ilitrlof
or incumbent ot a salaried elective of.
See shall bold any office In the Aascri-,
can Legion, or in any department or
The question of official participation
in the present national campaign and la
state and local political battles ha been
brought up -several time, o ciai have
said. At the Cleveland convention,
which is lo convene September 27, it is
regarded as likely that the whole phase
will be brought out into the open for
discussion and final settlement.
CLASSIC CLUB ORGANIZES
Hill Slady Tlrgll'a.AearU aad Other
Worka la OrhrlaaL
The Classic Oub met Friday night al
the home of Prof. A. H.R. Fairchild and
perfected the organisation and plana for
he coming year. Twenty-two member
were present. Professor Fairchild said
lhat anyone Interested in classic writers
is welcome to participate and should
send his name 10 Dean Waller Miller,
who will hare charge of arrangemeat.
The club will study the works of Vir
gil in the original. The first, three book
of the Aeneid will be. read at the next
meeting. It is planned to read the
Eclogue and the Ceorgie after the
completion of the Aenei
The meetings of ihe club will be held
at 70 o'clock the first Thursday of
each month at the home of a member.
This is the first meeting of the club
since the war.
COLLEGE WILL E5B0LL M
Registration at Stephens ffni Take
Twenty states will be represented at
Stephens College this year. Special mint
from all over the slate will bring 500
students to Columbia tomorrow. The
president win oe in charge of the train
from St, Louis. II. S. Walker will meet
the Kansas Gty train.
Registration will take place Wednes
day. At 8 o'clock Thuraday morning con-
vocation wiu oe neia and classes will
meet during the rest of the day.
Ea Rente From Okla la CaHferak.
Miss Ruth MokIL-E. M. i
and Mr. D. II. Fairbanks, accompanied
oy loeir canary uiiiy, (lopped in Co.
lumbia this morning on their jy from
Gereml to Cabforni. This k 1 h. .:..!.
day out from Gcveland and ibe party.
Mi. ..-.j t.arc-icu over good
roads all the way so far.
TEXAS MAY HAYE STRIKE LAW
Labor Leaden Beelare Mr) c g.
ttrHMM la toe Braatfe.
ar Cab m
AUSTIN, Tex, Sept, 20-A hilt .t
against strike la Texaa porta, regarded
by labor leader a more drastic than the
Kansas Industrial Conn Law, will be pre.
sealed to the special session of the leg.
tslatur tomorrow by Covrrnor Hobby
Stadeata Banc Tea!! f TJ
Mis Emma Hotssaaa a u,- .
becca Spear, undeau in ibe Uaiver
sily, bad their tonsils removed at tho
Farter Memorial Hospital yeter
raoraiag. James E. Powell 'ndfii
Oayton Moeret, who was la ibe hnatitul
with a sprained aaUJa, were -irbajjlj
; tt ?t.
- - t
John Balsaroo Take-to Cttyl
Ja;i to Await TriaWv '
Ja" l jT.T.jft
APPARATUS COST $1
Machinery' Made All of CoMr, ,'
Had'CaDacitV of Siltv -
"aa PaClty Ot SUty -
1 John Balsamo, proprietor of theCo-
, lumoia rrmi.uwipany, nas neen aft, j
ing moocyn selling fruiL That !, 18
, outside appearances he has been isgiaa .
itfrnit, but, a raid on hi place at"' 7tt v'
nroaaway, oy u 01 jivc noiieasaa
9U 0 clock this morning revtaM
! that be has also been making 1
I - . . .
lne officer lound iwo copper, HtKs si
packed in a closet abov the fruit tm.-M
awaiting the fermentatioo of Iwruly.fe.
barrel of mash found In another ruoatl
Between fifty- and sixty gallons of tb'
distilled .'product were confiscated
Balssmo was taken to the cirv iaU aad
beld'for the arrival of federal ora. - r
. The arrest of a drunken maa oa tae
street yesterday gave the clew far tbi
location of this still, which operated two
doors east of the pootoSce and Srh
a block of the Gty HalL Qaestag
the man this morning Chief Whitesides
learned of the source.of hi liquor sap.
ply. The officers, arrested Balsamo ua
mediately and made a searca oir -building
which disclosed ibe stills and
whisky. ' -
The mash found in the banes "waf
made of corn and raisins. Balsamo-was
ako usinr sDoiled f mil-from hi sttrtSo
add to ibe mash. Jt waa a mixrarir !.
produced a product that could be
-either "com whiskey- or rawa
vteM tt trade called for. ' t
. Aecordiag to Chief WhUssi
jw n captured are the t'
ate aaaa - Hua. part-et-
fr MeTatat 'anM-hawa'aaat
least.- TbeV are wmiimhMtt
aad'me Dfae used i so eaant.'
are about five feet aad wareW- 1
Dntrow mj an uuerrsini crown 01 npavsw.
lor who looked lonciaatv at ibna ia J
frOMt of ttu rif Halt ti afn lama aa .
having a capacity of fifty pBoM eClia "
forbidden liquid a day. y
When Balsamo .was arrested this 1
lag he told hi wife to watch the i
and the baby. TU be back ia a 1
ate,". be said. But hi wife, tnHiiaif
:hat something more serious bads,L
pencil, went, lo a phone and called aaaw-1,
one. In St. Louis and informed
that John bid been doing 1
Mslnea' aad bad been arrested.
Raliarao ( native of Italy aad taW-'l'
atea a Iruil-store in tort Wayae,-.
laere ae am and married hie wife, vt
saase 10 country-lrom Italy wnea a
child. He operated a store in St, Loai f
and came from there to open" ihe Co-;
lumbia Fruit Company . fafl. ' j?
!auJoloolacicUo, abo.aa I laa,4r
I also held 'hi connection with tb can, f
He baa been working at the fruit aMea
fxflhar faaaaaV laias M-. '
Tt, wilt k - ,.. .? f
aesta- WM UC ICUW( ntT-OffVI (Mi
Gly Coanea tonight. - ' '
One ciwiaeilmsn saggesled that the ehy
ntTlofait. t.Lo . .t . ., . a - 1
he ljcesM of BaUumi scare.-' $Jif
Closer Cooperation Wit FetjJ
rnti uhicuus oupil at $f
ar Calll PiaH.
ST. LOUIS, Mo, Sept. 2-PJn Uil
increasing co-operation between drag-V
gisu aad federal official, tor' eateme-
aent of t8e prohibiiion and narcotie laa
wdl be laid before the anneal ceaMtvl
tlon "of retail draggkt which
her today. 4
The eeaieatioa, held under e aa5;
face of the National Associatioa of M
ail DntfgbHs, will last four day
win include in nrograaa of 1
sioa-thi fcieee-x'aad geaeral
agesaent of Dm retail drag stsre.
The aaweiatfoa ha a member
a6J0 mail draamsta.
tKtt rnmtmtmt Mtm Cmmtr
. f'PaHtorBfarleJJalqr. Si
Mrs. bUenW Beldoa Conba abd jaaf
terday, at the borne of bar tether.
B. WaeVv a. ateatiaeat Bseae) G
Fanaar.-i.The t w hi 4d
o clock, this araooa ar the Rocky
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waa mum ns.taeMcaur raaa 1
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