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the Columbia mpIng missourian
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. THIRTEENTH YEAR
i ADDRESS S.S.
I MEETING HERE
Purpose of Association Is to
Advance Religious Ecluca
- tion Missouri Raised
to 4th Place.
tT0 AWARD BANNERS
Tomorrow Night's Session Is
Open to the ttibhc Meet
ings Are at the Baptist
ftSCUU TOR WttlbtSOAY E.tMIC
Of:' lexsw". to ichtdt pccple 0 Co
Ixnhia are inrlttd.
J Devotional ted ity E. V. Harpetny,
8JB Male Quartet University Glee
' 8 JO llx Oitt-rh "end Her Children
Sirs. Maud Junkin Baldwin, Chicago.
9:10 Solo Mis Maod Gwinn. '
i:5 "losxtg People and ,Comraurt7
life-John L. Alexander, Chicago.
The tzst rami session of the Mis
loeri Sunday school convention which
cuantied fcrrr today, was opened at 2:U
'dock th) afternoon by the Rev. Walter
Hicshilter. lie 'principal speakers
were John L. Alexander, who talked on
' MssKislion Principles and Program,"
A. M. ItrltU vho spoke on "The Conn.
ty Executive Committee," and E. W. Hal-
jwar who spvae on in rune-
.aider is the young people's superintend-
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boo ol the lHstrlet .Association." All
,,-Pttl IL Meth of St. Louis adiainistra
,tv fttpcrintendent and acting general
Etcretarr, taid this'rooniinj; Th pur-re-l
the Missouri Sunday School' A s
oelition is to advance the interests of
hSgious education throughout the state,
trrdpecu're of denomlnationa. This Is
cjfxr by coimty afj'octstions, each coun
ty being aub-organized'inloimib caTjed
dutrict associations." Tflus convention is
fe the beEt rf the officers of tbge j
KkUrM Siul I, I vriketeirl lit thnv I
tkrw daya will sore.aa a trainir and
MM meeting forihim. TTic
oessLlbeaMiatfeaiJia. b-eshovm 3s, Jl L'Sf -,1L "K'3
za7ZIa. ... .j . 1 t' R."cdinS "1E Jraida)' SchooJ convrntim.
rgz l bi, sz&zffi&zrz 1
to tne 4tn Wact in re
EtasdcatUarisltall-tli-stttean'f?oii, t0 Cr,vrj,.'. , !h, ,fM,fc .,MirI.
IMvuees of North Atarrica.'
fame ante-room of -the' Baptist CburcKiEat Vm un! veil of the Tierr Tnoiert"
Wi Is to be tha heidquartcrs for the '
crsventibn, rue displayed aarertikinr
trfps sneh as lettethoads, fojteijj, com
mimtv fraininr leiAett M ntammt
f, A irin .ilJu..t...u..l
Bstrict oBcerT TheW rUi4lo 4e
Ir dirision. of the work, the duldren's.
vonf ftmnleV i,li snJ s.fnml.jr. i
t.A.r, iw tv. ..i..i
sends their dm in order to gain the
HV'4llVM aV WV .S-WJU-1
cost effective results in the work.
Tomorrow afternoon tilkc banners will
be awarded to the counties -which have
attained the county atandard. A grade
of 7S per cent eutitlea county to the
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Vu-.. 1.11 W.- pWW ITIM1 WV fV
cen! is given for organisation Inrluding
regular meetings, and SO per cent for th
standing of the Sunday schools In the
county on denominational 'standards.
William IL Danforth of St. Louis,
president of the Awociation, and Lansing
F. Smith, also of St. Louis, treasurer and
chairman of the executive committee.
n arrived tins aiternoon. Jv A.. Xong. ot
Kansas (jrr.. vke-prewdenu and-Gerrit
-5 H. Tea Brok'of $L Louis,' recording
secretary, will not be present.
Tore was a meeting cf the state
executive committee at 5:15 o'clock this
afternoon at the Daniel Boone Tavern.
The members of the committee are -as
Wows: C C Brows, Ethlynj'J. -W.
Gslhiher, Mexico : Clyde Martin, Macon;
Mrs. IL C Wilson. Kirksville; S. K.
Tarerv Carrollton; Oscar D. Kocban,
Jlarysville: P. R. Low. Tarkiu; C. B.
4 Rosiberry. Mamille: Dr. J.
i fiKhmond; A. C Mutnch. St, Joseph;
Frank W. Ruckcr, -Independence; 0. J.
Hill, Kansas Gly; D. P. Gribben, Kansas
Gty; Ira'E, Mellon, Sedaliat'G T.'Orr,
Rebb Gty; W. J. Dysart. Springfield;
Mrs. Sao Preston, Willow 'Springs;
Hogb Stephens, Jefferson City; C C
Cfrson, Jefferson Dty': Joseph Asheroft,
. Teplar Huff; C R Deunaa, Farming
, ob; Wm. IL Stubblefield. Cape Girar-
t daau; John A. Bush. St Louis; W.
Palmer Clarkson, St, Loulf J. W. Frlsloe,
St. Louis; Chrlslisn Bernt, St. Louis
ad Herbert & Cirdner, St. Louis
JTonr years ago the awociation had
dy four employed membert en lis staff.
Today, the organization employs nine
Persons to uke care of its work. They
are MW Harriet Edna Beard, ctiildrcn'a
saperintendent; EtcrUac L. Williams
Jwng people's aaperialesdeat i Miss Lo)
t May Bose, associate young .people's su
perintendent; H.W. Becker, adult super
latendent; P. H. Meth, adzaiaistratiqa su
perintendent and acting general secreury:
Carl Asmus field secretary, tia Orah
M. W)nl, oBco secretary atid Miss Mil
dred Christiansen, oSco assistant. The
last to will cot' be prtiest ttho con-i-eatkm.
The MMions on Wednesday asd Thurs
day mornings will be devoted to divisional
"conferences, to "which ihe'PuHIc art
deenw aldwuA the ramings. vriD he
THE.. WEATHER j
For Columbia and vicL-jtv! Flr wttl.
slowly tiaing, temperature tonight and
Wednesday; lowest tonight about 22, and
about 36 jo -JO Wednesday afternoon.
For Missouri: Fair tonight and "Wed
ntay; iiii'iBi temperature, "AcdccsJay
and in the west portion tanight-
Shippera' forecast: Within1 a radios of
200 miles' of ColunwU the lowest tem
perature jlurins the next 36 hour will
be aboat 2t west; 20 north; 20 east, and ,
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. v.M v vuusiunoiue ucvwopmcni
is central just off the East Florida coast,
and is giving wind and rain all along the
seitoarJilo New York. RaiVhas con
tinued along the Parific coast from San
Francisco 10 Seattle. Fair rather hai
prevailed in the interior sections of the
The cold wave Mill is a dominant fea
ture but it h going, east at. the same
lira it fcjtix-jjirining to disintegrate. We
of the Mississippi Rivrt temperatures
have an:gpwsrd tendency, and a steep
low pressure is entering the Northwest
elisweri rose's con'inuc in fair to go.;d
r -millions TJetfrwill nolle ra3h thaw
i 'UU Wednesday afternoon.
Fair weather .with rising- temperature
sill prevail -ever WednesJsy, probably
-with gathering cloudiness by Wednes
Local Data; The highe-t tenperatnre
n vwuracu yeterJay w 31 tlegrees;
snd the fewesrlat night was 16 degrees,
Precipitation 000. A year ago yester
uay ine mgnett ti-mperature was 58 de-
wees ana me. lowest was 28 de-reek.
Sun rese-.today 63 a. a. Sun t
p. nj. ,Joon seu ia07 p.
"1, and' not of mi-A interest tn'" Jf,1"-" il. i impca-Jble, to bake
ither than tlie Srm Tt,- .i.!:. .-. 1 PC biscuit or quick breads of any tort-
lowever.T cordially lnwieri ,.- ,-, .
SAID BY DELEGATES '
-I'va killing' two biAls with one stone'
by attendmg the Sund.v School cnr
uon and seeing tire Unhrmtr of Jf
-ouji for the'rtltinie, said ,R. J. Mc
lain of Skfdmore. Mo wbi m"e.t ;n
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K "CI' Sa grown to be a red eil
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Ues.j WTat impressed q, lam 15 ,h,M uao(ixn nlaU nrj 1
Amonghose utendmg tne convennon
are Sterlin'g L. Wiihams of Kansas Gtv
rtH-Mir Bose of Sl ldi
Mr. Wiltiama is superintendent of the
S Pnfple'f dirision of the'Sund.v
f'. socwuon ol .M.swnru ili,
SoS4 ls "tint superintendent of the
Slerjirg" L.JTTilUams ol Kanus Ijn
.tate young people's- superintendent, ar
rived in Columbia last night to help jn
he Sute'Sunday School Convention for
-Seers and superintendents, which is now
meeting rlere." He has been working'
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iUIUUKilUUi. UK 31J1I; ?IAUI(9U1II K Wll
and ciils'louncils and bettering of meth
ods of instruction ued in the Sunday
The older bojs and gills Sunday
School council in Jasper County had a
track meft in which 181 boys from for
.v schools took part beiore an audience
cf 700, according to Mr. 'W illiams Four
ether counties, also put en track meets.
rbese- councils haie made great nead
wav in the last year. So far, sixteen con
ferences It older boys and girls' coun
cils in sixteen different counties have
neen held which 3,883 attended, repre
senting 750 classes -The Sunday schools
in Audrain County recently cave a coun-
iv.vide rtlenie. The St. Louis older girls'
fTauncil had a wa weeks-camp at which
ICO girls 'were trained for leadership ir.
local Sunday schools
Miu Lottie Mar Bose. associate younc
rpeoples superinienu-iii, nmc -.
rention irom ji uujs u 6- -...-rnce
the ia been directing in Atchison
County. Miss llose reports that much en
thusiasm baa been shown at these confer
-Whole Jootball teams wonld come out,
hringing all thejr pep and rpinu into
the Sunday school work," she said.
v iV,. R.ntit Church, where the con
vention ii being held, exhibits of litera
ture and programs of young peoples con
ference are being urwjvi. '"j"- ---jlso
pictures ,of the international camp
ror boys and tills at Lake Geneva, Un,
showing tbelrainpers in their various ac-
mi tic "
i uhrl n,Tldrs. county secreury
of Callaway County Baptist churches, of
Polo, sajk that due lo the work of the
.tate orranuatioa. lhe are sow several
100 per cent Sunday schools in that coun-
Tive hundred delegates are expected
to attend 'the convention. -About thirty
suto officeb bad arrived at noon.
John L. Alexander, who spoko this
afternoon..was the f.under of the Camp
of. the Four-Fold LUi and the Camp of
the Hundred rtre. a boys' camp and
rirls'.ram'o atXake Geneva. Wis, which
Sabers- of ihrCounrfla 'attend each
Residents in Southeast Part of
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Ul "a'c f'u.j.ua-
ty in Preparing Meals
Continuous Complaints Receive
Little- Satisfaction House
.. Will Solve ProWcm With
NcW Meal Hours.
There k gas shortage in Columbia.
This is M a new trouble b, Just now it
is acute again. .,
Tliere is not suEcient gas to supply
the cuitoens of the Colombia Gas j
Woiks and the Comcanv is doing no-1
thing to remedy the matter.
Houseives luing in the southeast psrt
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ol Columbia are having considerable iM -
licultr cocking and bsjjnc. becacs? el
th low pressure. The cold weather, ol
Jie U cek has made the condition
marc seriois. The general opinion as to
Xe cause of the trouble is that the mains
111 thsfpan of town are not larg enough j.
to lurmi a suacien! Supply of ps tu ,
'.he residence. Most of the W.rwn are
aaving" most dificulty during the noon
.hour, from 11 to 12:30 o'clock, when it
is impoible to do successful baking.
"I find that the pressure is especially
!o from 7 to 8 o'clock in the morning,
11 to 12:30 at noon and S to 6:30 at!
h-fitght,"" said one of the housew'iies. 0ui
pie, biscuit or quick breads of any tort.
sine made two complaints to the gas
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ifiujinuj ouu uyun lis sugclloa JMIU
a roan to regulate the stove, b-it that die
ua good. Then I made the second com-
laint, I was told that perhaps the gas
I j pipes were too small and that other rxi
I e seemed to be having no trouble. Tlu
"u "'e Sa mT eon,Pm," M,r a,-
1 ttit irriTrirT Tn E-Lnrj nnwr r
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I End that the tlow 0., gu is vcr,
ot,i said another woman. "I had tin
j rater pumped out of the gaa main once
ut that did little good. I have arranged' ;r ti,e;r graduation. They have'beei'des
0 have my meals at times when othe- tputed in according withjhe enstjm ol
peopic arc noi apt lo use toe gas; m
t'e an earlv breakfast, about 6:SC
o'clock and dinnejabout.ilock. tip
in thit warw"eet"Bas.--The gas sappC
U"V"1 rwnj lUtVlugijunij.
"J fixed up .ht oU stove Saturday,-
i..r..,r r-tr?-' - T. .i.t'ble to Phi Beta Kappa; but after the elec
.,hthr ,it ' D:M
ia ,,, MtB d is
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even more sir
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I do not use gas (or cooking pnr
poses, said another nousewjle.
bciler is very low at times The bias-
hm ihi the nmukin-e under tne wa.
s verv rood in the momint but trom
to S o clock Jn the afternoon it is im
fhssible to heat the boiler.'
"For the last week! have had trouble
nilh the gas," said the cook at one of the
sorority houses this morning. "It Jakes
at least an hour to get the oven hot, be
Fore I can begin baking. The pressure
is -especially low at noon."
Only one woman out of those visited
said that she was having no trouble.
ctvABcc to iake wrrit cas
In the southwest part ol the city the
pressure is low at meal times Mrs M
C. Mehl, 613 Turner avenue, said tha
the gas pressure is so low that she is no
able to get her meals
"l have to plan to cook them early,'
said Mrs .Mehl. i
A resident on Maryland avenue says
that she cannot bake at meal times be
muse the pressure Is so low. Uhe sas
that it is very inconvenient since she is
entirely dependent on the gaj (or cook
ing A housewife on Sanford place reports
that the prcsure has been low for over
a week and that it is very difficult fot
her to prepare meals Residents in the
500 block on Conlcy say that they find
the gas sufficient for the heating of wat
er tanks Mrs J. R. Thomas 603 Pro
videnee Road, however, said that she bad
no trouble in getting enough gas
Housewives in the south part of Co
lumbia are greatly Inconvenienced by the
shortage or gas EapecW'T Coring meal
time is the lack ol gaa acute, fliany
women who board students are forced to
use coal stoves in preference lo the gas
range, because of the. uncertainty of gas
On Missouri avenue, housewives are
distressed because It Is impossible to
bake pies or bread, wilb gas pressure as
low as it is One woman, indignant
okAi.t il .t tit tint TmatVfA iruf uni
had prepared the dough far bread 4 fewi Wajhinctov, D. C, Not, 16.-In a re
time, .and then was-obliaej to give up Census reportwmen was taken., "
.x. x J l:. -l t.t.t. m.'as found that ths Japanese, popuiauon
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housewives rise earlier tnan tney navei. .'. , r'.,lM,.m.r .'..', A r ,,., f ,v.i
t- w.it, ,y. Mm In m nit nf Mtinrl".' "","" V"""""- "a.-""
much Ras as they possibly can before
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the rush for breakfast itarts The pre-,
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valent idea is that there jj not enongh
gas In the main to supply the various
disiricis What secma most discouraging
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aupposed shortage, th .company waslpartment was calledand, the blaze was mMdnin"
atlll Lnstalbng gaa taelirVinio'manyextinguished Tieforemuch damage wasIMrs Hill Is,'
boaiee. done. ece
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COLUMBIA, .MISSOURI, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1920
WITNESSES ARE EXAMINED!
nirieir.. Sv Owner of Still Fotrid
. Utnrdar Moraine. - 1
"Be have examined eight or ten wl'M
" neMet," said Boyle C. dart Tate tils
afternoon In regard lo developments In
el,.-. s'siiMt R. E: Utile, who is being
l(eld In thcity jail charged wth own-
cperating the .-ilUound in the-
basement 01 lor uumas .ipaiinicou .
' rt arrMtt til
No arres's" have beon made although
A It. Butke, federal prohlhition ageist
from St. Louis, and Qaik have been
busy all day investigating diJerent men
alleged to hate been connected with' the
POOL IS CLOSED 'TO PITOLJC
tack of Patronage la Cause, Chrb-.
Iran t-ouege neaa oaju.
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"?. & ' Vufficieu,
patronage, according , W Edgar I-lee
pre,iden! of tlie college. The pool ml'
opened lo the public azaitfMi eu;ucli
tmlt-.nitv rtttun nei.rile showai de
j re to take advin'aje of.it. Thi aJ?
, Bias Ixl ' "i" heing used regularl
If ttt .t 1 ..I I L!u.e!ll Aril
"r i3e aiji- koxi ji Uw.;
wunnung on, - -
" undents themselves, and. tie. usstf
li 1 slill available for prjvatrlirs. - r.
Phi Beta- Kappa Makes Plans
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The-"Junior five1 wl Thi Beti Kappc
ere designated yesterday at the nveetin
lie rni una lvappa sociaj m mr
' room 01 tne ijniversiirunrary. 1
I ire studenu named arcr Aunue Shale
ive students named ire: .Uraic Shale
5trop. St. Joseph; John C. Madden, Kan
us City; Helen Devaalt Williams, Co.
umhia, Habert George Blumer, Web
ler Groves and Irma 'Vtilbrant, SI
harles. Mrs. Williams is the wife r-r
rof. C IL WlUiams of the University.
.ladden is now Rhodes scholar from Mis
- ml a, y,,ora. ciamer 1
he Tli foo!ball MnL
-r oral Section of
Bluraer is-a member o!
! put Betr Kappa will not be made un
fignatmg tne nte woo suna nigncs
n tht fall of thifir senior. vear.
t John If. MueHeiwas clectedi. PB
2eu Kappa as of the class of 1920, Whef,
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, tions he changed schools and took the A.
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Dr. -F. .M. Tisdel,, Dr. George Lefevrc
I Ma- Emma authom wereappoln. ,
i , . ...:t,-rf fn mk'tiLans lor I
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, Founders' Day. which come. December 5.
Lat year a reception ana aancc n giv-
1 -n on Founders Day. in honor of ine
anior five. The committee waj al-o-del
. -t-en in mate arrangements intuuiiib
be reservation of a page in the Savita
lor tae jumor nve.
FIRE AT HOME
Stuffing Paper in ftmltie Starts
U)SU' names at'UUU ra-
- - n " t M
quin Ovrner at Mexico -.j
nf!;nc ruwr into ibn furnace caused
f.re hieli did more than a thousand
dollars damage lo the girls rooming
houe of Dr. W. IL. Brown at 1106 la
Tain street this noon. About hall ot
lie roof was burned off and the entire
bird floor badly damaged.
The hot fire from ihe paper In the fur
nace caused the rafters in a closet on the
.hird floor to be ignited from, the chim
pey and the fire got a good start before
ii , disemerd. Miss "Virginia. Carter,
cae of the fifteer girls who live in the!
bouse, was in her room next to the closet
tnd she heard the crackling bf the flames
the Mree. mw ,h: fireandraK em .
About the same time a student across
rang the doorbell. Mf-s Caller ran down
stairs lo tell the others ot the fire and ad
"Pardon me." he said. "Did you know
that your house is on firet ,
N'eiehborinz students . Tiu-ried to the
gills" assistance and they got out most of
their belongings undajiaged. The fire
depanment had tbe'blaro under control
,oii after their arrival, but the two upper
floors were flooded with water.
Dr. and Mrs Brown are in Mexico,
Mo, today attending the wedding of a
relative and were notified of the fire by
telephone. It waa.itnpo-sible to leanx, un
til Dr. Brown's return whether.or not the
loss Is covered by insurance
Californiara 2 Ptr Cent Japaneae.
I Br Uvrtcd PrtM.
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I .(, Iiriiii.i. nnnnlilinn m Tfl 0d7 ir 2
"T. Z17TXr.:.., Z.Cl
IT1 LC111 Ul Ui LUIS, IU.UMUV1. f
per cent of the total population.
TtlaTA nf Ttnr.rt Hnn..
A small nre waj lccovered on the roof
of John Rogers' home. 7 Price, avenue.
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1 -. Cj.-t firAm R-n,;rs On
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Sexton Uoad More rav
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Plans were discussed at the meeting
ot'tfie aryjCounciI but night to enlarge
il. jf. .. .v. J. f . r,A
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and- uartn avenue to prevent ine ornt
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j &L! j"- 'mancr was referred
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to thd-rity engineer who will make an
sjma.e iri the cost cl the woik.
The pavii,of South riltu street was
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JDanacnfTi QjiiuLju wu-juu.
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mw standing on ths aty dump ground
rta deed to a righuway arross a nar-1
ow; strip of ground, between the .road
and, tire. cilv tlumn.
ft was ren&rtal hv the fire committee
that it ha'd'berome a practice for citirens'!
l0 drive acres? the fire hose when it was
in lise by the department in fighting
fire. There is at present a city ordinance
against this practice. The council
ordered the arrest of any persons found
lrilng icros fire hoe.
Ordinances were pased appropriating
4 000.62 out of Hie water and light fund
3I29.80 from the security fund( and
jlkiDS out of tlie general revenue fund
The-city engineer made a report on
Ordinances were passed providing special!
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jCauthom avenue, and 726.36 for the
Bsaiinrni3 01 zitux lor itdik on
paving ot the north side ol university
avenre from South Williams Street for
1813 feet cast,
DOCTOR KILL TO NEW YORK
Will Speak- fV M'ssivl Alumni To
Fre-ident AT Rns Hill of the Uniier.
sityiwill speak before the Missouri Alum
ni Association of New York at its annual
jp'iprtr athhe, Gty Oub (omorrow night
tarle rearson .is president ol the asso
ciation, II. A. Fountain, vice-president
andkO. E. RHet sccrc'ary.
retidentJIill will also attend two oth
er meetings while in "New Yoik Gty. One
Is the, annua meeting of the Association
of AmericanJ!niversLties which meets at
Colisnhia tnffersitv Wednesday, Thixs-J
cSavUnd Friday. He wm also atieno, a
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tmixmrntm FVinMff wtint fnptlltxT.
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PMra. HIT Sneaks in Sedalla.
I -V , f , . "WW '' ?"mi)l,is Geftin' th Matter Willi
. jjUm- 1 1 1 an
t--jf , :Mmim
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Mia. A. Rosa Hill gave the resnon-e to I actresses who were "" JJZ
dJ5nf w,ln.B delivered to ihe.lrrday. According to Dr. W. a McNally
Idelfeatea" attending the Missouri state
nMi'In. l-.sl welfare at the first
n-nhr- tili. ?HBrllT afternoon.
Sedalia Sunday afternoon,
,vieepresidcnt,of the confer-
E.-S. -STEPHENS GIVES TALK (
1 Adrertlntnr Praternitr Hunt Him
Speak on Printing This Noon. I
E. Sydney Stephens of the Stephens!
j Publishing Company, spoke on Hne Buy. 1
U !". mg of Printing- at a lunch -
w .r -.-wB e
n a! lha llnh Illtt Sivms .'ltitTrttonr
fraternity at Harris' today.
.He described the printing in the three-1
fold capacity of merchants, contractors;
nd engineer, and said that fce deserved
compensation for hi, service, rendered in
each capacity. He emphasued the im-
Twrtnr rtf Arerl-in eT
rortance 01 overneaa expense in inc
' , , . . .i .'
rrintlng business naming 1: as the mot
inPor"n'. Inujvidual factor to-fc uken
or ,. rfce of- prinlin.
w -uu-tutiuuii -uu, .... -
Th-re were thirteen present at the
r v-r. -v -. j s i - t
1 HIT 1 UbUbbAiN
ITictilnpa nf Mnnftv and Flood-
j . f M.J ... r.ivpn as '
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CmcACO. Nov. 16-TIie cajtle market
trt the toboggan hero today and went to
the bottom. Tresent prices for cattle are
$3 to $13. This is a decrease of about S3.
The present price lor cattle is now at its
lowest Doint since 1916.
Albert Baker of the United States Bu
reau of Markets said that the reason for
the decrease in pricer was the flooding of
the market with bve stock by farmers
who are worried as lo the future of cat
le prices There were in the yards to
day 67,000 cattle. This is the largest
number which has been in ine yarns ior
EXftCT DKOP It KETAll. MLAT5
Br Vtttu4 Ptm.
Kansas Ciiv, Nov. 16. The lowest
prices since Itteemoer iio were icyun-
X jf 1 ..J... 1 ,1. ,,,1 rA I11. m.r.
toulc 1UU IM vamw uw ",.
kes. The pnees for hogs ran from tlLBo
10 I12j0 and for cattle the prices were
St.50 to 110.00.
Tightness f money is given as Ibe
cause for the noticeable slack in buying
in the yards. The transactions yesterday
were dnly 40 jier cent normal. There
were 65.000 h-ad of cattle liMhe yards
and 209 of these were holdo.ers from
The pricea in retail meats are reported
to lie slated, f t a 20 per cent decline if
it follows the wholesale prices.
GIRLS TOOK WOOD ALCOHOL?
Dead v.ctrcsca Said to Be JIary
Rhodes and Lillian inompson.
. .-.I.J Tm.
I -. r til . I
I CmcsA Wov. IB.-.VU7 nnooe. ana
.Lillian Thompson are said to be u
of the coroners jury the P"" '
'bad taken wooa aiconot ura w.cu ...
schs lie said that the inquest w x.01
complete, but tne presence o. wooa ..
roi nan jeen ncicvii..
- THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION
That Boy Now?
l (CopTtigH 1920 by I. II. Dmahry)
BY RED TROOPS
, Wrani !?..,...,, SMinnnol
,- . . f -
: " O" - , , w-.vf:,w.
Followed by Host of Re-
vj Ctc4 Prcw.
CosstaTrcortE. Nov. 16. General
Wrangel and 30,000 troops are reported
to hiv evacuated Sebastopol with the
. , : . ... . .
co-ning of the soviet troops. All the oth-
lowns in the Crimea are in the posses-
jion w mc soticis.
The roads leading from Sebastopol are
crowded with belongings of the inhabi
tants who attempted to take them with
them In their wild retreat but were forced
to abandon them aiong tuc roadside.
All the ports are congested end only
a third ol the people who attempted to
get on ships were successful. In Constan
tinople the ships in the harbor are report
ed to be iJowded with persons. because of
the terrible congested conditions in the
city and the lack of the accommodations
Paris, Nov. 16. Soviet troops are re
ported to have completed possession of
the entire. Crimean peninsula, according'
to a report which was received bae at
the French foreign office today.
The Bolshevik! are reported to have
taken -10.000 prisoners recently and the
grand total is reported to be much great
er. Br CiiiM rn.
CoNsiAnionx. Nov 16. General Ran.
dolph arrived today in Constantinople
ft is reported that military evacuation
is taking place. More than 1,000 ships
arriied there and are assisting the refu.
MASONIC BUILDING BURNED
Loss in Elgin, IIL, Fire Estimated at
Eici-v, III-, Nov. 16. The Elgin Ma
sonic Association Building, which is lo
cated in the heart of the business district
here, burned to the ground at 4 o'clock
his morning with an estimated loss ot
WESTERN UNION HITS BACK
Controversy Over Cable Results In
Move Against U. S.
9r lViit4 rrai
Washiictos, D. C Nov. 16. The
Western Union Cable Company today nc-
tiSed the 'state department that it would
refuse to accept any cable messages of
thegoverninenfunle" they were prepaid.
Girl Bint to Mr. and Mrs E.U. Bain
A baby gjiL Barbara, was born to Mr.
and Mrs E. L'.tick Bain this morqinx at
Paiker Metaonal Hwpiul. The parent
ere former student of the University, Mr.
Bain was graduated in 1914 asd Mrs
Bain. who was formerly Miss Kate Child.'
in 1916. They are Bring on a farm 3
miles north of Columbia,
LEAGUE TO BE.
'nji.'.l..Dl. f T...t. . xr-
Dniis:i a mil ui inciic ice-
Presidents Is Adopted
Three to Be Non
Europeans. POLISH REPORT HEARD
Policy of Open Diplomacy "Is
Advocated by Lord Cecil
Annenina Situation Is
Sr Kmlui frf
Gcvtva, Nov. 15. The League f ffa.
lions assembly got down to business to
day. The British plan for twelve vice
presidents was adopted. Three of them
ate to be non-Europeans.
Lord Robert Cecil, the British delegate
j from South Af.-ica. advanced the policy
j cf open diplomacy and his suggestion
, was favorably jeccived The investig.
lion of the Armenian alfairs'yu dis
1 cussed jnd an investigation of them is to
be begun immediatel). The Polish-
) Lithuanian "report Was considered and'!
to be made public
Ifwas also ruled that the aunute; of
the assembly meetings were to be made
public after each session.
Officer Who Helped Sentence
McSwiney May Be Exe
cuted. It vi.a Prv t
Cove, Not. 16. Three men. one aa
Entjisb officer, 'were dragged froaTthe
Cork-Scubberin express last night by kjd
uppers The English officers is beBexed
to be one of the oraieials who took "part in
xtencing MeSwiner to jaiL 5y
A court of Sinn'rexnert is repotted ,
have passed sentence on the men wis ire .
icsnohsible for 'the death of the letd assy-
or and their punishment is said to be 91-
ecntion. The British officials arewatch-
lngfor any attempt Jo cany tWslt
.1.V'-'-"' - - r '
Ir Utlirf Pw. "T f,
was hcswi.viy rs isscxo FASf.;v
Washciciok, Not; 16. Mrs .MH
McSwiney, wife of the former lord taafsr
pf.Cork, baa-,secured her passport forpla
sage to America, according to a ciy'
gram which waa -received by the-Iriafc .
commission here today. She wiH 83
November.2l on the liner Celtic. sj"
TRAIN ROBBED NEAR
Loot Valued at More Than $2Mft
- Cillnl Ins. t
Ojiiih.Not. 16. The loot, of t"
franepntinental train, which waa robbed
near here Sundav night, is reported tAke
rcslcr than $20000. One bag which was
aken is reported to have contained sev
eral 'housands dollars in bonds
The two men who aided Phillipa !
rohbety are being searched for, bat f
dee aa to their whereabouts ha keen
found. Phillip Is reported to have (jr.
en false names for the men and badaa;
them Is exceptionally hard.
1920 Farm Property of Boose
County Shows 80 Perceal
The present value of farm land aM
buildings in Boone County is JMJIJJ.
according to .a preliminary agriestrI
statistical report of the last census TV?
Is an increase of 80 per cent over 8s
,value of farm property fh 1910.
Ine report shows a decrease ol jU
farms and 3,599 acres of cultivated laid.
Improved land, however, has iattenea
",787 acres making the total of 327,3M
or 1920. t "
The number' of farmers has also ..de
creased, Whi(e flTmtn numbered t3i
in 1910 but now there are only ,111
Negro farmers have decreased froif IW
to 130. There is a slight decrraae,laj.e
acreage of corn and hay. .
GREEK. CABINET REStGNBT
Pwaent Regent Refnse to ApfiM 1
a. mAT jo'i- wpon. -f.f
Pawi, Not. 16. The oSciala ofiffce )
Greek aYrn&9 faM imf uintu " :
te 10 report whfeb tt1 necked, M' A
-wtaaajiar, nuBI AUICBJ. ABC fi1-" g-Ji
Vtrl T1 kf. .KL1 . 1 ..J a- aS , Sq
1 up ihe4r pM.iions. U
KAV n.V. t . WmPZll
t. Bl. Wtlli.m,- 4. Mnlt In llU MI
Fade it Jefferson School, broke M
while playing football 00. the scbool IC
ground t noon loday. WilliaBaaoa, j8
runamr after tbe hall when tamtaf eas-ix .
;deatUf Hcied hens Jfia leg 1
be rm....l-. m. .i.x.t.. i.l .
son of E.Z. Wtttlainwn of Sexteat "t
j and Jew J avenue.