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COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1920
HOUSE FROM 7
; TO 10 O'CLOCK
Qld-FaJiioiicd Houscw arming
Jn Jay II. "Noll Hall Is bet
Visitors W ill Lmj South En
irautT I'riiiting Plant
Will Br in
(rrUiltZ the rrcrnt rnmnal nF the
5,-Iwf.l . Juniali-m from .Sitzter Hall
toJ.iT U- cn "" ,ne etudems f tlie
cW mil Iiold open Iinue in the new
fcuStfing frm 7 l 10 Yhck tomnrrovr
rrraiaf. "Minimis in en ucpariracms 01
Je t'nncVty on" a'l resident of G
jmbtt srr united to attend.
e affair is tu !w of the nature of
a genera I tun apt). The tims-
wed futiclttm -ntd a dnuLIe pur
: it H3s a social eenl and fur tliat
M)b AKE INVITED
Jfaw or a reception fanj house-
: in Jay II. Xcff Hall from
tntil 10 o'clock next Thursday
bit Wn completed by the
nts of the School of Journalism.
reception trill mark the official
ung of the new home into tchich
School of Journalism has just
ad. There ore many interesting
tiurss in this fine, modern building
V ji printing plant, from which
Cvlumbia Evening Mtssouiian is
rd. The students have arranged
opportunity for ull in tit com
4t) to inspect the entire budding
cvidwl incitHtin is extended to
Cllaml'rt and Vmtersity people.
rnjnKl h tlne attending, and
ljruc drprtr vl formality it nidiked
pmiu? of a new lroiue.
ltouHanniug tumurrow CTening
nc limcTHly tudcnt and ttjn-
w tVir fit eppprtunity to pee the
tuldm- practically enmpjetrd, with
irwua tlcputmcnU vi the Evcuuig
mmn ipcralinj; smootjdjr in the '
rimidit tluouph Ui eeueTeity.,i
, Tiell of Oucazo. tn effort
made to prcsne the profMona!
ance f the neimpaper offirrs as
a will Ie possible. Tlie me
si ititaitmrnl will b hi "prra
r the lnchl f ih juutna!i-u
tn air mpi- trj tn - ih vmiiIi
t t!ir hinTdiii. it Iwins the
ie hdln- lu tlie mam flotir. In
rhins Inn at that nitrancr will
t MtfJjin, all-fl'artiifitt prri-
IUn Maim, pnnl'iit if the
cU. John IJ. Mfin. president nf
itr cli s and Mi Mfrnli Ifsl-
ItrriI-nt itf ihr Wcinen's Journal
uli. lu urdrr lliat ihe quests nu.
the M-tral tipdttniniN fit llie
p. pixlrt will Ic prmidal io
pijn thrrii nd point out inlerest-
atur-v. for hccinj; ih- nppn
whfre ihr nlitvraT, iffirt and
nunc are lKaril. tlir piidrt ill
mi- Iwmrnt JW. Hit iiicht
will If at w.nl there, and ihr
and )Ht5 will Ir in operation,
extra rflition of the Colnmhia Ev.
ii-oiiriaT. earning a story of the
arran; up to Hi- minute mil ri
i in the course of the .irninr-
of this rd.:iin are to lie distrih.
ainon- ihe cuiN as w,ntitrB f
I'Uildin; is 1. .tocoratcd Midi
fern- and flier-. Students in
khon! of lonrnali.in u!!! i.P tal.:i-
ti" in dHinguisli iIkci from the
fre 'imrnis m . wue,!.
T T(l UK M;,r.(Tt: IIV KIT
Wlali- .lll-lllliers of Plnli In Tlrnw
for I'drtsTliej Hant.
incH f,,r parts in the first of the
kt plajs to l- presented In the av
frte iimnliers l-fore tlie University
fcalic Club al monthly meetings xill
ma at 5 0 clock Friday afternoon in
0 130. Academic Hall. The nlav. a
f liicli will be found in the Uni
ty library under the "Wisconsin
r erir. is Ealev Feal of the
pttms.' hkh reriuires file omen
I plan of the dramatic lioard is to
ft tl- ra-t for this and the coming
s liy lot after tompetinr ntembers
? wgncd ihcir names for characters
"K Iw poit-d on the club'i bulletin
i in Academic Hall
'leathers aie rciuestrd not to tign
ir names for parts for which they are
oi'ly iimuitnL In Ihe case of fa
it viohiioii of tins, the cwculne com-
flee reseries right lo withdraw names
F Ma llie competition.
Hrbort im Disciples ('MiTfiillun.
W. A. W. TaIor ami W. C Gibbs
'"1 gie a report on the International
4flTentmti ..f ,ti l)iiitl .if T'lirtct at
W. .Atl.. ., !. !.. Xlll. tZrlfH
J i luc iiajo .'inline ..jv
i Climluii Churrh at 7 o'clock, lo-
THE WEATHER J
For Coljlulia aill lll'nil: Fair.
what colder tjnitlil Willi lira) frusi.
Thursday fair and cool but moderating
In the afternoon.
IIwcst tenqicraluic tonight alwut 3i
For Missouri: Fair tonight: rUdcr in
'llic southeast liortioli: fnisl Ir.nMil
Thursday fair with rising Icmiieralure. j
The storm area is lhi morning rrnlral .
over Laic Erie hut its inllucii'r iimrJ
iit of Ih- riinirv east u I!,,. M,,,,.
fifPi liivrr and ram has I-ecu'widespread.
inc tugii pressure with hi aci-oiiiiianv
ing clear col I w.alhcr rovers the eastern
Ioc f lire K.d k) Mountains and the
western pan of lhp Plains and is uach-
Ling south and ratuard. There is iki
severe rold in ight, Imiwoct.
In Mis-ouri the present cdl snap Hill
lilcly I moderate and brief. In Cotura
bia tbc xcatlier Hill IiLclv be fair and
bracinc fur the next two das ttiih ten
dency to warmer by Irida. All Missouri
roads are rauddv.
Lrcal Data: Tbc highest trmpcratute
in Cutiimbis yesterday was 53 decree:
and llie IomcsI last night was 40 degrees,
rrccipitatinii 0.0SL A car ac )cti-rday
lite Iiijliest lcmieralurc was degrees
and ihe lue! as 38 ilecrrr". I'recipi
lalhm 2:27. ISwin jolcrday: lry bulb,
52 decrees; ct bulb. 51 degrees; rcla
tie humidity, 'JO per icnt. 7 a.m. today:
dry bulb, 40 degrees; ct bulb, 37 de-
giees; relative humidity 6 (kt ccnL -Sun
ruse tuda) 61 a. m. uu xts 5:15 p.
Plan$ Completed for Complete
iScwM bcrviw; on tlie Election
Plan hav rm ronircteil Iit i1c G-
Itunhia ETninp Mivounan to tireiie
conipiclr returns of the teclhu nrt
Tues-Ijy night, nullp ii the stair tind
nation mi!1 he roeiTd oer a sp-xial
Rerrn Union Hire to Jay II. rff HaU.
Returns will aln Ie recrircd from the
Ion u and county.
If the weather permit;, a H-icen will
he .t tetched m llie campn- in front of
cn II3I1 and the return will be naMicd
on the prrren a? fat a receiTcL An
tpeialor will r in lii lele-raph room
from the time lite poll ehr-c ontil
o"clck the nrit pmrrtinf:.
The returns wlll'hr Udird in the Lrni
tcrcitr AudUoriuu tould the Keaiher
be unfaorahIe for thr crowd ti tand
cotdoorn. Thr Uwiief'dr band will play
during the ocninp to enlcrUm the crowd
in itlter taje-
Mwuld the ICTIllt f the rleclivii tv
nain in Ho?it at t ilt-k in tlir mrn-
inp, the MrwMniat. lu. arriureI to
hae iiirt-'-cnpw knur from th Wokrn
Union fike uitil llr result n iletermiiicl
McllJine, Ritrluporl and Ontral.4 will
rcter the Mipourian report thmnlrmt
the night b) Vpeiial ttlephone arrange-
At tbr lavt crnrrol rlrction the Mis-
ouiiau flj?hl rei'rt5 frm llie irinia
ItLihlins vn s Mrreen trrtelH iu"ii the
Halt Thraer acrti Ihe streel. Ihrouali
tut the izht a larpe crwi! watclMit th-
Udr of oIct turn from niltoii to Hughe
and loik l uncertainty, and at daIipht
VIy was 1 "undent tlut lus cauUidate
CIii'i f SO urttllnii.il Mm
l!siiiiirl fur iit. II.
More than fifty wounded men. soea-
lional tludmts iiithc Unitrril). will
hold a baniput al Daniel I'oone Taiern
in cchbiatiiHi id rmistice fTay, Nniem-
ber II. The program for thai da was
arranged at a meeting lat night of the
LHcrnimnt Students of America.
! Impatient with government reil lapc.
the ocatioiul men rccenll) orgauized
and sent rcproentaiin-s to fct. Louis to
icquest an increaeil allowance. The
delegation was successful, and it was de
cided lo form a iicrnranenl organization.
Theic are IiWe clubs in marly all ihr
scIbkiIs in which the lederjl lloanl lia
men in training. Hie affiliation of all
ihe iirganiaH'Mis into a national soci
ety is expccteil iu the near future
The local club will be represented in
llie Armistice Day parade and will giic
a Mag lumpier, that night to which all
vocational training men are invited.
HECKiriTlMJ OrTlfEl! IIEKK
Ballard PoughcrtJ on Knur" laj
Tour for Applicants.
11,11. r,l IlaurhertT. naval recruiting
officer from the ierraanent office at Mex
ico, Mo-, arriicd in Columbia yenerna)
afternoon. He is stopping at llie Allien-
Hotel and will be le until tomorrow.
Jo aiiiJicanls bad been rcceiscd up
until this afternoon.
He will lease lor liocliepori lorrono
afleiiioon where be will stay lo aayj.
Fiom Rocheporl Mr. Dougherty will go
lo Stutgrcn. and then idurn to Mciico.
II. II. Curfl tt Talk Abont llnltersf.
Dr If. D. Curtis of Pittsburgh, who is
lo lecture in the Ph)H Building on the
. .T 1 IO .J 10 Will
evenings 01 xvovemuei i -
v .... -The Size of tlie Uniterm.
Tlie title of Doctor Curtis' lectures has
l-,n announceil as "The Sire of the
University." This speaker, ."
noted astronomer .connected with the AM
legheny Observatory sit uie universal ,
Pilttburgb, will be brought here hv the
Sigma Xi fratefnil).
! JACKSON AND
Appear in Epderal Gjurt in
Cuiit:il 10 Answer lo
Charges of Running
MAN Y HUMORS OF OTHERS
liul ViiRy..1akinS N Nul
Done Here Eery Night
A Some Aiu Inclined
to Bel inc.
Turner S. (n-rdon, proprietor of the '
Gordon Cafe at 100 Siutii Ninth street, 1MFIA1IOA '10 SE 1IKLI HERE
and Izoia Jaclwn, necro, appeared in ' . f . . , ., ; . ,.,,. , . ,, .
the fnlnd court in Jefferson Cm fatelKn,'I,"s " l"'1'""'1"' "' "U ter!
jesterdaj afternoon an each gae bond ... ... '., , ,, .. . , r r I
I nmn . .1 t . H rtiuncils d llie knights l lai-1
51000 to appear in the March tirm . 1 m ...! ...... I '
, . ' , . , tlumbuv in Miun arc milted lo attend i
id court. v.hn thwr ca- are in be . ,. ... i iu ; r..l.,ml,:, .
hiard. They must answer lo the charge
of making Injtiur from stills.
nd Mill ihe rumors come of moie
till fount in different parts of the
City. Iixlav came a rather mvstcrious
one lliat four stills bad been discovered
on North Eighth street in one house and
that auuther had Isren found near the
crossing of Mores Imulevard and the Wa
bash KailroaiL iiithcr llie police nor
livle (.. Clark, city attorney, have heard
of iher raids.
Tliere is absolutely riblhing lo these
wild runnrs. said Clark jeterdaj. "
woman came to me yesterday and very
excitedly told of beaiing-that a still was
liein? ojieralcd in the basement of the
Sampson Apartments at llitt and Pa-
quin streets. It was ali-mrd on the face
of it, for fours from mash alwavs rise
awl cvrrvone in tlw house viouhl knoa
imneduulv ifllM-re wive any. Tlie odor
nf msst. it 'immMakaMe evrn though
never known liefoic."
ror the last four dajs one man in
this city las hern Ihe vutim of false
accusations of" operating a still. And
there is no reason to susik-cI this man
acoTdmg to the jIir, and Clark.
Tiiitnn jois r. ,s. iniiv
en .soldiers .till (Jef Tralnlntr al
Themis H. Ihirnclt of 301 Hickman
avei-ue. Etnniclt C. Korec of CI3 Tan
nell stiiTl. "-'one) Iiirhardon of .'110
Tandy a.euuc an-1 Lavrlle Uichirdn'n
EI0 Tandy atcurm were accrpteil for en.,
listment in"tue Cniteil States Army this
mottling. Tb-y will .leave tomelime to,
raoi'row for M. Louis, where they will be
talioiicd at JelTerson flairacks. They le.
long 10 the leId Aildlery Unit. anl af
ler receiving their training will retiirii lo
Columbia where lliey will lie with tlie
IVld Aildlciy Lnit d IN- Liuverstt).
TO MfJ FKIIir AfilthEJIE.M-
Jttik Hiiupsij mid Ceortrs (.'arpen
Her Are lo Fltrhl.
t VsilM 1'ieu.
iNnir YiiEk, Oct. 27. An acreeuient
hfor a fight lieiween Jaek Deimis-v and
Geoiges (jnxTli'T will lie igned here
toiLiv, at cording lo an announcement this
noaniug by Jack Kearns, manager for
The agrcciiienl was In have lieen siyneil
this uiormng. as son as the arlielo of
pgrcuiunt couhl L-c written, but it was
later learned that Keanif objected i a
claue which .ailed for a forfeit. The ar
tit-bi are lo be rewritten and will be
eigrcd late this aflerito .n.
SK.'.N lOI'lt II VI.I.OT
.Nanus nf ramlhlales Should
Appear 1111 Tlrkrl.
New voters must remcmlier not to sign
their ballots. County officials at the
courthouse have lieen uestioned in the
last few days concerning instructions is
sued to some women voters. They were
told In sign their ballots with their own
names rather than the names of their
biislsiuds. 'Ihese instructions are wrong.
No name should appear on the ballot
anywh.rc .xcept the names f candidates
for office. Any ballol whiih is signed
will lie thrown out.
niLFLEY T( TALK 10 .STITIENT.S
Meech by Him in Y. .. t". A. Build
Inc Toninrnm Mgitt.
Senator . P. Willlev of tl. Ij.uis will
sj-ak at 7:7.0 o'clock tomorrow night in
the Y. M. (- A. Building esliecially to
the students and faculty of the Univer
sitv, dare ilagce, president of the Stu
dent Democratic Club, announced to
day. Senator Wilflcy.will give instructions
in sntin!! bv the absentee system. Mrs.
C V. CriTlie will speak also.
Cidleeliir Tourf Counlf.
JI. G. Proctor, county collector, left
Monday on a collecting tour of the
county. He will collect 1VJI taxes, ins
bchedule was as follows: October 25.
Ham-burg; October 27, WoodlandviIIc;
Ocubcr 22. Kocheport; Oclol-et 29,
Hnctsdale; October 30, Sapp; Novcmbet
1, Englcwood; November 2 and 3, Ash
land; Ivovember i, Ua)sviIIe; November
5, llartsburg; Novemlier 6. vvilton;
NoveinberC r.ucker; November 9, Biggs;
November 10 and 11, Sturgeon; Novem
ber 12 and 13. Hallstille; November 13.
16 and 17, Ccnlraiia; November 18,
l'liysleal Examination for 3frtu
lltysical examinations of all new im-u
jstudents in ihe Univeril) will begin cext
lwetl. at ihe Parlcr Memvrial Uospi'.al.
Sued for l'rarr - Vrar Acu Today.
autria Hungary bued for jrace
two eais apo today. The Italian of
fen it e aain-t (he Ausiriadlunpar
ian fonr ltad been piiiis on Mie
. cesed'uJIy for niuc time. Forty live
thousand pitHiiurs had Iktii taken,
3fV cutis had leen cjpturctl and
mirc than 100 Milage hleralrd.
The battle hue ilrndcd f r m the
iiiouih of ihr Hn'iita lo llic l'iae.
Fiflttu Austrian ihionts were cii
paped in the st nipple, and tlie Ital
ian had riTaptured UMX) sipiirc kil
unifiers of Krriliirj.
Genet jI Diaz, when Ite retehnl
the api-el br n-alMin id biiib
iltes front I Ik Ait-Irian oinn.audcr,
forwardol it l the Inler-Alhed nrn-
fiHiue in ri!aitles. (
The Austrian wiihdiew their 1
forc from all fureicn lirnlury c- i
tojiied b) them within a few das. )
ID ilIt.liH. !. -.. W."--. ..
vcrahcr 7 h the local Sacred Heart Cnun. I
til, Nn. Ii). About forty candidates 1
will lie given the three degnes at thalj
lime. laike K. Hart, supreme director., j
will be the princijial shaker at the Iwn
ijuet which will be Iield in llie auditor j
ium of the Knights of Columbus SludcnU
lletween two and three hundred mem I
bcrs of the order are exiwted to be ptrw-'
ent. The wurk of initiation will start 111
the morning. Tlie first degree will be
ooiifcrred by the local degree team, llic
Jefferson City team will confer llic sec
ond degree, wiucli will start at 1 o'clock.
Following tlus. the third degree will lie
put n 1 Supreme Director Hart Jiid
staff from St. Louis.
Several prominent Knights of Colum
bus have been invited lo speak al the j
liampnl. hut lle ditad, of the program
have iwl bcin tomplctcd 011 auouui 01
n"t enough time liaving tlapscd for llie
reeniioce ii reach llie secrelary. Ii-
...le. !r llsrt. Dr. T.- L. Purrcll of
kansa, Cirv ha already accepleil llie
tiiaiHin to socak. Doctor Pjircrll is
state deputy and is al-n preM of the
Mi-souri tute Dental Hoard.
Mr Hut will tell of the Knights 0!
OJumbin pilgrimage lo Europe in Au
gus Two bundled and tlmlylwo
Knights made the Hip M France and
italv. The principal object of the jour
ney was llie presentation bv the Amcti
can knights ol (lurabus to trance of
the siatnie of Lalaette which ibey had
caused lo ! eiectnl at Jletr. The party
- vmle-l lloBRi arid paid Its respects
to l'Te Benedict XV. r
XI lUM-OTS ItELOKK I.I.ECTIOX
Vlisetilre Tolrrsi .should FI111I Nomi
nees In jNrnspaper LMs
Many Icllcis are timing to G, B. ?app.
DixvuialK county chairman, a-king for
a sample f lire billot t" " ""l '"
Boi'iic Giunly on Novi mler 2. TU re
(nests an- loiniug fiom i ilia us of the
couutv who expect to Iw in other counties
on thai dav, and wlw wish lo vole iiudir
the provision" of the absentee voters law
where they hapen to lie.
No ballots can b- given ool Wore
eleiti ilav, accolduis lu C W Davis,
county .Ink. Pcrs-ins clecling l vole
in other counties must find out who the
nominees are through llie columns of
Millie ncwpaiier which prints the ticket.
TO VXXS FOB . S. CONVENT'tON
Exifiithr CiimmilliT Mill -Merl Here
Tlw Stale .Sunilaj SlKml A-oiiali'ni
will liold a convention in (.oliimbia Nov
tmlur 16. 17 and 18. JiLt wh.-rc the
tuiivrnlH.il will be In Id has not been
ih finitely decitled but it probably will be
at ihe first Baptist Church.
The executive committee ol llie l-ounl)
Asuieialion of which E. A. Logan is
chairman, will hold a meeting at the
Prcsbvtrrian Oiurch next Sunday to dis.
cuss plan for tlie convention anil at that
lime Ihe decision of where the meetings
will lie held is exieclcil In lie nude.
v ilium II. Danforth. of Su Louis
president of tlie State Association, ex-
inrl lliat Ulwcn H10 ami 50!) icrsons
will atlind the convention here.
I,EAE FOP. AN.MAL .MEE11NG
pirs. Bamsaj and -Mrs. Huni.it tn.AI-
tend Presbyterian Synoilical.
Mrs. Hubert P.am-ay and Mrs. L. W.
Dumas left this morning for Kxcelior
Springs where lliey will attend the an
nual Presbyterian Synodleal which is in
session this wcik. The state is divided
into six presbyteries, which, together with
the local auxiliaries send delegates to
the Synudical. held every fall for the pur
jioc of planning the work of the Presby
terian women for the year.
Mrs. Kamsay is synoilical secretary of
literature and Bible study, and Mrs.
Dumas is tlie delegate from the local
ihunh. Mrs M. II. rnold left yester
day to attend the executive meeting.
PLEAD (.T1LTY TO
llirte of Hit- Indicted by Jury
Of the eight men who were indicted
by the grand jury yesfrday for gambling,
three pleaded guilty. Each was fined $25
and costs. Tlie remaining five pleaded
Mil guilts and were released on $100
bomK "Their trials were set for tlie first
week in November. The men who wers
fined arei Elmer Woods, Ralph Pratt and
SjLta llunlon. Thoe to apjiear before
the couil for trial arc Ora Maun, Claud
Hathman. 'Herman Kile I:Is-n rvm.
and June Frazicr,
, J .
- I NH0QP.f
k - . ' Jwy .
Km you rcmerrlrer that night paw
came heme all ceiled and wanted his
suppr in a hurry? He was in such
haste that he kicked over his ihair and
ru!cd idf without finishing his roftee,
so tkal lie could go downtown and march
in the terejilighl procession lo lplp llie
b"ys 1 J-fs seiiieboIy for president and
save the nation from goins to tire, eter
lou sneaked right downtown after
him and watched all lhoe lowering men,
Imjue:l Held Over McSwincy's
Body J Jesuits in
6 t mtte-l I l-M.
Iaivri, Oct. 27. Loid Maor Mc
Swiuc) died of heail failuic, actording
lo the vcrdicl cf.tlic inquest which was
lit I.I over the body this morning. Death
ir-oillcd fr-.ni a filiate.! heart catr-ed from
laik of food.
Alter tnr formality of llie initiest, the
lidy was icniovcd to N. George's Ca
thrdral. Bishops Mannix and Cutter
will conduct t-cmics there tomorrow.
Al the inquest the widow id the lord
mavor was summoned as a witness. Slie
appeared in Inavy mourning. Her face
was covered by a heavy veil. When
f'mt called upon In identify iho liody
a lliat of hir husband, she lifted her
red. and. looking at the emaciated feat
ures of ihe former lord mayor, said,
"Trrenec Mcwiney, my husband."
She was then asked lo state what had
been the occupation of Jier hir-baiid. She
replied. "An Iri-h Volunteer." The
coroner objected lo ibis answer, saving
that it was inadcfiuale. Mrs. McSwinev
said that she understood army officers
in tnglawl were called "viduulccrs and
na'urally thought the same thing ap
plied l Ireland. The coroner finally
accepted the reply but under protest
.OHMITTKE O.V ROOMS TO MEET
,Wlf Krjrulafe Prlrrf for YMtoM lo
Frank Rollins, president of the Com
mercial dull, said this morning that 1
committee on ruomi. for the homecom
ing game would meet Friday morning
In secure rooms for visitors and to regu
late llie price. It has been reported to
Mr Rollins that some rooms have lieen
tescrved and field for three limes their
normal price. He and Z. G. Qevenger,
atMetir director, are on the committee
and will investigate such prices.
KErCBLICANS OPEX.JE.V H00M
Patrick lVood It III Hate Charge of
Hradquarferf at Conrlhouse.
Th- Republicans opened their head
quarters yesterday on tlie second floor of
the conrllioijse. Patrick Wood, chair
man of the Republican county commit
lee, will lie there the greater part of the
lime. "Headipiartera were opened," raid
Mr. Wood, "to lake care of the absentee
voters and 'to hr-truct them aliout voting."
KIN YOU REMEMBER?
tvaving banners and carrying flaming
torches, go slioiitng-and cheering down
Main street. My, that band did play,
and liuw the people shouted! There was
vour dad big as life, striding along,
wearing an oilcloth cape over hb shoul
ders to catrh the drip from his coal oil
torch. - -v
After a while, when the parade broke
up and the county indicated a strong
majority for right, ihe marchers slacked
Ibeir torches outside the thirst dispen-
New Illrerlnr "iVrWP Named
The lioard of directors of the Charity
Organization Society for the coming year,
lieginning November I, were elected al
the annual meeting of the society yester
day in the Commercial Club rooms The
new directors are: Dr. C -A. Ellwood,
Mis J. F. Wrench, Prof. A. W. Taylor,
Mrs J. D. Van Horn, W. K. Baylcss. llic
Rev. T. W. Young, F. P. Miller. Mrs.
James Gordon. Mrs J. G. Babb, jMrv J.
E. Wrench. Mrs W. T. Stephenson, Frank
Rollins lit- Rev. J. A. Medley, Mrs. J.
M. l-ong. Mrs. C W. Greene, the Rev.
W. M. Haushalter, Prof. A. C. Kuhtman,
E. A. Logan, JI. I. Rour. and Prof. IS.
The lrd will organire and elect of
ficers at ihe next meeting at 4 o'clock,
Monday, November "l in ihe Commercial
Club rooms Formal reports will be sub-
milled al lliat meeting.
CATTLE HILL COMPETE
Entries Selected For
The Colleae of Agriculture will send
.. siren, siiteen barrow and live
wethers lo the International Live Stock
Show to be held in Chicago November
27 to December 1. Tlie cattle are the
tame that were shown at the State fair
in Scdalia wlierc they won two diampion
slnps and ten first prizes besides several
second and third prices.
Tlie live stock judging team from the
College ol Agriculture will be entered
iu lids sliow.
The- Kansas bve stock judging team
will arrive in Gilundiia November 20
to look over the farm and observe the
methods usejl by the College of Agri
culture in judging stock. This team will
also compete al the International Live
BOYS HURT BY MOTOR CAR
Michael and Hark tVHtcroa Were
KIdlnK Bicycle TTBen Hit.
.Michael. 12 years old. and Mark E.
O'Heeron, 8 years old, were struck by an
automobile driven by Ora Mann near
Parker Memorial Hospital on Sixth
treet this afternoon. They were carried
to the hor:taI by the dnvrr,el the car
but were able lo go home at o dock.
The bov are sons ol J. K. O Hereon.
setretarr of the Y. JI. C. A- anil were
riding a bicycle to kIkwI when the acci
dent ocenrcd. According to a witness.
the boys were in the middle of the street
and going in the same direction as the
automobile which was passing. The bi
cycle was struck by the running board
of the car which threw the boys on the
pavement inflicting" braise and minor
Conns' 1 Ij J. II. Donahty)
taries, and yon and some of the boys de
cided to start a parade of your own. If
yon hadn't taken your torch home and
hjd it where the coal oil ran down all
over the bay and into the oat bin and
on top of tlut new surrey your paw bad
just bought, yuuwonld never have re
ceived that Iickin' your paw gave you
when he found it,
'Well, 'lain't you and the hay gets
mussed up now; it's the candidate that
gets in the way when bis opponent is
slinging the afalfa.
YI0LA SMITH IS
Pleaded Guilty to Manslaugh
ter Charge in the Fourth
Degree, October 15.
Viola Smith was given a sentence of
two years in the penitentiary, and was
then paroled by Judge David II. Harris
in Circuit Court this morning. Site had
pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the
fourth degree October 13, for killing
Bruz Kelly, a barber. Ial May, but the
court did not fix the punishment at that
In giving the sentence. Judge Harris
said be beheTed "she had been more
sinned against than sinning." Many
people in town whom she had worked
fur had interceded in her behalf, telling
of her good chararter, and that she had
always proved to be a faithful, industri
ous and capable servant. Judge Harris
said that it was only in rare instances
that' the court issued a parole for man
slaughter. Reed Canton appealed the case brought
against him for killing C It Diggs last
April 23, to the Supreme Court. The
Grcuit Court yesterday had convieled
him of manslaughter in tlie second de
gree and affixed a penitentiary term of
ten years. A bond was given him of $X-
000 vouched for by Andrew Canton, S. T.
Sublet! and Pete Keenr.
Fred E. Noel brought a partition suit
against Retta May Reed and others. It
was taken under advisement by tlie court.
BIRTHDAY FOR CITY LIBRARY
CoIaatMans Can Show Appreciation
4;- by tilting; Books.
A program for the birthday celcbra
tion of the Gty Library will be arranged
in a few days The committee will make
diis an occasion for the people of Colum
bia lo show their appreciation for the
work of the library by giving books or
any other gifts to the library on that day.
"We are well pleased wilh the results
of the plan to keep the library open on
Saturday evenings from 5 to 9 o'clock.
We had several more readers last Satur
day evening than we had the Saturday
evening before, said Mrs. Lelia Willis,
lbs city librarian.
FARM SELLS FOR tSifiW
turn. Lire Stock aauJ.XaekUeiT (
Tkoaas Satkener Sold.
Thomas Matbeney, living twelve miles
northwest of Columbia, sold bis farm.
live stock and machinery to W. IL Sea
man for $23s000. The transfer was made
through lire agency of J. A. Strwart of
Declares tlie ijuprcnic Issue ol
the Campais" Is Being
Submerged by Lcscr
WAR WORK INCOMPLETE
Prcsiilent Had Planned Address
As a Finale1 Says Hard
Sr UaJId rieu.
Wa-micTOY, Oct. 27. Declaring that
the Americanism which Harding is
preaching is spurious and invented for
political purposes. President Wilson to.
day addressed a body of pro-League Re
publicans who called at the White Hue.
He said that the supreme issue of the
campaign was being subuvrged by a
number of lesser issues which were be
ing forced into prominence. He said
that it was his desire lo clarify that sit
uation. Tlie address which he delivered
was one which he liad prepared In issue
as a finale to ihe present campaign. The
document was addressed lu "My fellow
In the course of the address he said
that lite work which had been begun by
the Uniled States by going into the war
would not be completed unless the nation 1
went into the project now at hand. He
raid the way to make universal peace was
to make it so dangerous for a nation lo
attempt war that it would not try it
He declared tliat the wives and moth
ers of the Nation would feel tliat all their
sacrifices have been made in sain unless
the work is now compleloL He declared
that llie issue of the campaign is now
wliether "to male good or quit." He said
tlut all who oppose the League have not
proposed anything as yet which could 1
used in its place.
Hamilton Holt of New Yotk acted as
spokesman for the delegation which
called at the White House.
WHERE LAND JS THE HIGHEST
Property Sear Xtath and Broadway
Is Most Yaluabte.
The highest priced property in Co
lumbia, not considering tlie improve
meals made on it, is on Broadway n?-ft.
tween Eishth street and "Tenth street.
according pa F. 5. Lonsdale, a Colombia
real estate dealer.
"The closer the property is to Ninth
and Broadway," he continued, "the more
it is worth.' Of course special location
must be considered and also the depth
of the lot. Property in the neighborhood
of the University is worth more than
other properly the same distance from
the down town section as it is inuexi
easier lo rent in that district.
Tlie price of property cannot go
down much in the next few years be
cause of the price of building materials.
As the price of building materials ad
vances, the value of improved property
increases. Of coure, il decreases the
price of unirapruvrd property, but there
is little unimproved vacant property in
Property betweeir Eighth street and
Tentii street oiy Broadway will bring
$130 to $J00 a front foot. Properly in
the neighborhood of the University will
sell for $33 to $50 a front foot Lots
out in Wr-twood cost from J12J0 lo IIS
a front foot In the north part of town.
Jihere some of the streets are not pared,
lots .an be obtained as cheap as -$7
a from foot.
Tlie Dalton Gal Grnipany paid $1000
, ty-onc feel along the Katy
tracks about two month am. TV. T,J
Iwas worth more because it may be used
I lor switching pronertv.
SAS MCETIM- FRIDAY KlfiHT
AlalrllV Dlreelor Will Be One of the
llie mass msi;n r... .1.. . .
... . , ,." "" ",c "xiaooma- .
Missouri football game will take place .
" the auditorium of Academic-Hall at "
1 oclock rridav nt..!.. :..ijj.
o clock. The change was announced lo
"y ly Fred Qdean. student president '
. 'T "' ,he t"g was changed l
allow ihe Agricultural students lo attend
-e mass meeting before lime for the
Barnwarming. The Barnwarmers will
out rn their coslumes
The speakers for the meeting are Z. C.
Uevenger. athlctid director, James Pbe-
lan. assistant coach, and W. IX (Bottles) ,
There is an unusual attraction in -lore
for those who .tiend the meeting
Uujt evening." M Mr. EM,a, imt the itf
only way to find oof ii. ...... :. .- 1- .
the mass meeting Friday night."
MAS is SOT EbCAPEP COXTICT
Seltner of Prison Pictures Is Tramp's ,"
MCtures of the twn eonviel. who
escaped from the state priViu al Jefferson )
Gty arrived yesterday In the sheriff .
i . '"I of them was the photo- W
graph of the man arrested yesterday near
llie nun af.i1aiilvw i a.aM !.( r .?.
Fred Whiieides, Bhenff. "He eems lo :
hatC been Work In f AM rTlrA.I anrl .
lie is from Australia. fe is evidently a
Hi. case will he tried in the Omnly