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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN
6 PAGES, 48 COLUMNS
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1922
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Tork Started on Melbourne
Old Pamncnt Will Not Be
Remmed Except in
513,916,18 TOBE SPENT
36,779 Square Yards of Resur
facing to Be Done Tar
via and Hock Will
U'ork of re-urfaring and repairing Co-j
lamina street', a- provided u tne i.ny
Cctinril earl in Jul), wa- begun today b
the fi. y. Perkins Con-tructioii Co, of
JCa.-i.su City, l" whom the contract was
,..lt ahout three weeks ago. crew
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of workmen started repairing .Melbourne
n ..hji oaipmpnt will not lie re-
.. ',ih.h, exception of that around
Vbucl hole." and sunken places in the
tret, !iere it will be nece--ary to appl
x new ba-e of crushed rock. After this
h been done a treatment of Tama will
be prraJ over the entire street, followed
b) an arF'1""011 "' ""'' crushed rock,
Ming up all the small holes and crevices
vA mak-ng a smooth surface.
The contract provided for 36.779 square
vanls of reurfacing and patchwork to be
jure on the following greets: Stewart
road from the west end of Stewart Bridge
to West boulevard. Glenwood avenue
from New-art roail. south for 719 feet;
5"et Broadway from the we-t line of lot
112 in Ue-twonJ addition to West boule
vard; vetwood avenue from Stewart
road to liroadwav; Edzewood avenue
frcai Stewart road to Lathrop road;
Uxks avenue: from Stewart road south
L2Q0 feel, Lathrop road from Garth ave
nue to Hicks avenue; Mathews street
fmn Paiun 'treet to Lnuerity ave
cnt; Locu street from Tenth street
ta Hut stret; Tenth street from Cher
ry to Dm street; Conlcv avenie from
Fifth trert to Fourth street; South
r'naih strtrt from Maple to Veer ave
nie; Melbourne street from Broadwa
to ind-4r street; Hickman avenue
from Eighth --triTt to Thin! street, and
TlirJ street from Sexton road to Hick-
As it i- irr.pos.ible to work with Tar-
vj paving matrcal after cold weather
' m-t m. i; i n!ann-il ru TOh rhp-tr-..lT. .
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nig tea resimaemg 01 tne sirm witnm
the neit few weck. The contract price
COLUMBIANS PLAN LONG TRIP
Slephcns Party to Travel 5,000
Miles Risi in Aiitnmnhiln.
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Stephens, their I the injirid
. Ifugli. ol Jeffer-on City and James E,,,I,: ,,rarne and I"' mechanician,
II. M.-s. superintendent of the Steph-1 EJ(,'C "otTerman, severe! injured wIuti
tw I'ulJi-hing Co. expect to leave the 1 Due-enberg 8 turned turtle,
last f fci week on a 5.000 mile auto-i Joe Thoma-. Jimm Murph and me
B'Aile trip. jchanician, Ernie Ol-en. received n-ere
The party will g., in a Dodge sedan P'"" anJ fractures when their .peed
l, ilw .. f (,; u !.:, mg cars collided.
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and Vw lnrk state, where Mr. Steph
ens mil vi'it his grandiin, Philip E.
Mrphre-. at ve.t Point. He will attend
ti some busine.s affairs while in the
RMM)LPII LAUDS COURAGE
His Itiscoursc on "Thc Will to Do"
Is a Battle Sermon.
The Ker. J. I), liandolph preachtd
bt he call.il a "battle sermon" at thc
Broadway Methodist Churcli esterda.
Hi- sul.jtt was The Will to Do."
Mr. ItamMph. with spieral examples
fr.115 Ins e)etiencr in tlie last war,
cUi-wi! that th- greate-t heroes are
K.n'timo th- wlw are afraid. "The
-.t important tling in men and wom
en." I .a. -,. ,!(.lr i,pa, j),, marl
xjo La. the murage to sa that a thing
l wrong when it i. wrong is of such a
t)I" a wrre th- 300 men who backed up
CiJpon and a. the 300 at ThermoPlae.
'lEN'S RIFLE TEA.M MEETS
Forty.Two Men Report Practice to
v-apt John P. I-akp ulin U in f ha rep
rifle mark.manshin of the R O.!
' C sa.d that fort-two men attended
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Irani and nearly all have had previou
"ptnence in mark-manship.
Preliminary in-truction will begin at
and range practice will be started
-"on as po-'tole.
Ori-anivpc f-nn. .....:.. ri..u
Pprrl. ri. 1. 1 . 1 1 1 lo-mg fol owers. according to local con-
rerche Church neighborhood has or-f .
plied a community club. The follow, j1""0""5-
f officers were elected: President. (.Motor Accident Restores Speech.
' Clark: vice president. Mr. James Br iMrd Pint.
Harris; and secretarv. irgil While-' Ciiickssiiv. Okla Sept. 18. Power
side.. .l(10 anj eommuniu fairlof .peech wa. re.tored to Mrs. T. W.
heen planned for earlv in October ' Morrow, recent!), as the re-ult of an
Tie surrounding sClM,i Ji.tncts White, j automobile accident. Mr.. Morrow had
"siioson and Barnetu will 'take part. , heen unable to talk aliove a whi.per for
sing the winter there will be inter-la )ear. and when she wa. taken to a
collegiate debate, and .pelling matrhe. iho-pital following the accident, sUffer-
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". C. T. I. to SpnH l)pl-rr.ti.
the fortieth annual convention of the
Missouri Women'. Christian Temper
jwe I mon will be held at St. Louis
October 10 to li at the Planters' Hotel,
ye Columbia organization met ibis
Merr.0.,11 at ihe Mcthdi-t Church to
t olfirers for the ensuing year and
J-sj to ch,.p delegate, to repreent tlie
! nrraiiiratuni at lite nation! con
Fnr Columbia and vicinity: Mostly
cloudy Heather with showers tonight and
Tuesday; not much change in tempera
ture. For Missouri: Showers tonight and pro
bably Tuesday ; not much change in tem
perature. Loral data: The highest temperature in
Columbia ycsierda) was 73 degrees, and
the lowest la.t night was St degree. A
year ago eterda the highest tempera
ture was 70 degree, and the lowest was
60 degree. Sun roc toda) at 5:53 a.
m. Sun sets toda) at 6:13 p. m. Moon
ri-c 2:13 a. m.
Mi-souri highwa)s are in fair to good
rondition. The outlook 7 for showery
CAMPERS CAUSE FIKE?
Lights Were Observed in Building
Shortly Before 10 O clock. j
Count school officials todav exnrcs I
cd the opinion that the fire, which late (timbering the opening. It was believed
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rrida) nignt resulted in me ue-trucuon mat tne part would tie ame to resume
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"of top Aarinp srliool hou.p two mileslworL this Mtrrnoon.
ea.i nf CjAnmhin nn the Clark Ijne I
!a' -t",ni accidental!
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huilding shorll) Iiefore di-coverv of the
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lames at 11 JO o clock.
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Short! before 10 o clock two coal
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haulers, who were pacing the building
on their wa to
their wa to Columbia, ob-rved
lights the reported Saturday.
TC hile the lnirlnrp was nf brick, llip
interior burned quick!. The building . lnd ,1,p "' ru: replaced !. 0. Pick
wa. completed in 1917 at a co.t of $5.000. ) Jr,! 2nJ m "f lhe L- " Minc Keiue
The furnMiing. were valued at approvi- B,!r'-3U- Tne-" men n;,c ,r'n al ,1,r
ratelv SI 000.
W. L. Crump, a farmer, who lives
npar lhp hnililfn line nrrsn(.p.l ti. nrmil
school to continue in two room, of hi. J
residence. The rebuilding of the school '
house will liegin immediate!.
KILLED IN RACE
Tommv Milton Finishes First in
"Most Savagely Fought Event
In Racing History.''
Sprinkled in blood and dedicated to
.peed, Kansas Gl"s new motor pcedwa
was opened vesterdav with one of the
most sensational ract- in the history of
automobile racing. Tomm Milton, driv
ing a Leach SneciaL finished first in 1
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la.nac oi iu mucs per nour. une ariT-
er Ka, k
.illed and nine received serious
Rocoe Sarles, relief driver for Cliff
Durant, burned to death when hi ma-
cnlne "''"1l through the tence, turned
Iunlr ana hecame enveloped in name
Peter DePaolo and Ton Culetta, me
chanician, minor brui.e.
C V. Pickup, mechanician for Sarles,
thrown twent feet when Sarle". machine
fell down a fort -foot embankment.
From a field of seventeen entire, Har
r Hartz. driving a Hartz Special, fini-hed
srond, two lap. behind Milton.
Frank Elliott, Missouri", onl entrant,
tliird; Katph Mulford. driving a Duckvi
lierg, 8. fourth, and Bennett Hill in Mill
er Special, crossed the line in fifth place.
The receipt, totaled $175,000, anil an
estimated crowd of 56.000 wiint-.sed the
12 ARRESTS FOR PARKING
Offenders Warned Today Will Be
Fined After This.
The police department is starting lhi
week to enforce the new parking ordi
nance. Twelve arrests were made to
dav for violation of the ordin;-e on
llitt. Conley and ."Ninth streets.
The offenders were warned and re
leased. After toda the will be fined,
according to E. F. Rowland, chief of
CONFECTIONERS LOSE TRADE
es to Young Lovers Have Fallen
OkunoviA Ctiv, Sept. 18. The
'ardent lover still keeps his sweetheart
supplied with cand. but the idea of
n.mnir men takinr a Im even time thev J
call upon some fair young damsel il"
ling with a wrenched back and other in
ling wiiii a wrencnea oaci. ami inner in-1
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Jesse Leaves for Montana.
Dr. and Mrs. R. II. Jesp. Jr who
have been vi.iting Doctor Je.es
mother. Mrs. R. H. J
Sr of 810 '
Hillcie.1. left thi. morning for the Uni
versilv of Montana, where Doctor Jesse
is head of the chemi-tn department and
dean of men.
Rescue Party Breaks Through
Last Rock Barrier and
Search for 47 Men
Workers Ordered to Advance
Slowly and Look for Liv
ing Men Trapped
21 Days Ago.
Hj Cm1 PtrtM.
Jvck.on. Cal, Sept. 18. Word wa
sent out at 11 this morning that the
exploration part liad found the tunnel
iin..ifp ami work had been turned to
I Br I nttrd Prett.
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Icrew - broke through the la-t rock liar-
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Iner in the Argonaut mine here toda.
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and exploration parties took up the
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?earc!i for the fort-even miner, who
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when the Iat rock was cleared awa.
i he work of the miner, was finished
;unacc read to go in lor the la-t week.
Four team, of f
our men eacn, eacn
HCatied ti 3
captain, rnttred the mine.
' ,r'""rs ,,,r ,ht trcat "J"3'1 calle" lor
& ' 3,vance slowly and look for livr.
-n? mrn- Thc mrn c"r'e1 oxin ,ank"'
tiai. oi spirii. or ammonia ami Mreicn-
The first reports from the squads were
encouraging. Canary birds, who-e lives
were to he offered to determine the
amount of poison ga, were little affect'
rd. Te-ts showed that there wa.
irea.e of carU.n monoxide.
The nrosress of the rescue party was
low- and little was learned at the top
i of thc shaft,
TRAINEES TO HOLD MEETING
Professor Will Talk to U. S.
eran Bureau Tonight. improvements at Depot-Concrete
The L. S. veteran Bureau trainees. yan Vni Construction,
who ate taking the two-year cour-e in yomti ,.. has been returned on
agriculture, will .meet at 8 o'clock to-. ,,,,. v.-alK1h ,ranc, ip ftom Centralis
night in the gricultural Building. I,,, odumbia. With the arrival of an
Dean F. B. Mumford. Prof. P. H- 11R1-nt, m tobrrl, full service wa
Ros. and Prof. 0. R. Johnson, of ? J Lrpun jc-terdav.
Universit, will .iwak on th.. relation lm,ro,rmrnt; are I-ing made at the
ol their respective departments to the ,
elrran Bureau trainee.
W. Lewelling and George F. Kecvc-, !
are in charge of agricultural training for
the L. S. Veteran Bureau, in Missouri,
Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas, will ev
plain the relation of the bureau to the ,,f ,r culvert at the lower end of the
trainee, on project training. platform.
Otto Ernst of Prairie Home, James M.
Gilmore of Warrcn-burg and Claude ' MARRIAGE VOW CHANGES
Crumlev of ia. arrived toda to attend , ,, ,, .
the meeting. All are former .indents f Obey Means "to Hear Gladly What
the Iniver-ity and will tell what their' thc 0ther " " fa'- ,
training ha. meant to them. All three Tl- I!"- Benjamin I.ee.1 of VWlMer
are now on placement training under the r-r"''- fached at the Calvary Episco
Veteran,' Bureau. U'd Churcli e-terda in thc absence of
TO ORGANIZE A NEW CLUB
Congregalionalists to Have a Social
A .K-ial meeting of the Omgregation
a! student, of the Lniver.ity has hern
called for Thursda evening at tlie home
of the Rev. and Mrs. ). E. Thomas. ROl
Virginia avenue. This will be the firt
meeting that Congregationalism have
held in Columbia for several cars.
The gathering is called for the pur
pose t.f organizing a Congregational
Club so that the members of the church
ma meet each other in a social and
religious wa. Mr. Thomas i a Con
gregational pastor who has leen re
cent! added to the facult of the
There are about -ecnt)-five Univer-j
sit students who are members of the '
DATE OF .MEETING CHAN
Parent-Teachers' Association Has I
Last Year's Officers. ,
Officers for the Parent-Teachers' As
sociation of the Jefferson School thi
year are the same as Iat )ear with one
exception. Mr. Ro.. Brown is taking
Place ' -" J- - vrimn a-
reiary. .virs. vs. w. oouiwcu is again
president, and Mrs. R. O. Hutchens i
treasurer. The date of the meetings has been
changed this vear to 3 o'clock, the third
Monday of even month.
Mr. Lizzie Morri. who has just re-
turned from a trip to Europe, talked on
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Ilnrrv Tnvlnr Freed in Three Cases
trial lor uiner v-narge.
The three eae again't Harr) Ta)Ior.
charging him with robber) 01 tne homes
of Mrs. 0. J. Weathers C. B. Cox and .
J. D Gos.. were dismissed bv the
pro-ecuting attorney for lack of
Tavlor lias alreadv been turned over
to tlie Circuit Curt for trial cliarfcd
with robbing John McCaveck.
Turtle Carries Date on Back.
Guy Barrow, who lives on the
old Sugget homestead three miles
south of New Bloomfield. last week
found a terrapin believed to be over
30 j ears old. The names of A. B
C E, and W. II. Suggett. who were
born and reared on the farm, were
caru-d on the terrapin's back to
gether with the date 1892. Tlie
names and date arc a plain as if
the) liad been recent! caned. This
is the second lime the old terrapin
has been found. Allan Sugget hal
ing run across him five years after
he firt turned him loose.
LYLE WILSON IS IN BERLIN
Former Student Finds It Hard to
Be Without Missouri News.
Lyle C Wilson, a student in the School
of Journalim.who la-l April accepttil a
secretarial jiosition in Europe, is now lo
cated at the Atlas Hotel. Frcdrich-trasse,
105, Berlin, according to a letter receiv
ed h R. L. Hill toda. Mr. Wilson was
(located in London for some time and will
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it" io ridmc .. a .o uiumu- ... -.
1 Mr. Wil-on writes: -Jniicc our letter
came a month ago I Iiave been trying; t
figure ome xirt of a brilliant repl that
ou could put in the Alumnus along with
m picture and a brief cut line to the
effect that I was some pumpkins. To
save m) life I can't do it. It is far hard.
er for me to get along without news from
Miwiuri than it is for Mi.-ouri to hump
along without news from thi side."
RELIEF STARTED TO SMYRNA
Many Starve Among; the 7
Rcfufjees in That City.
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i Constantinople. Sept.
American destrover Edall i on the way
to Smrna with relief supplies for thej
700,000 refugees who flocked there be -
fore til- Turk
eized thc city from the
Many children have died of starvation
ince the Turkish occupation and hun
dred, of ether deaths arc imminent un
less relief i hurried at once, according
I to officials of the Near Ea-tern Relief.
, Mustaplu KemaU leader of the Turk-J
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has evidently been able
b.p .'", U""pS lrm "ac,-,nS "",
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A llijwl nnhntttu j !ir nritnsirpsjl trt
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recommend drastic action I., tlieir gov-jb j,. uu Uiis ilbratijn SIl.
-rnnirnt- in cav: di-turbances break out.; '; t4AmU ,n;$ it,t to the M rom.
FULL SERVICE ON WABASH
n ,.,.i, .i, v .p,p.- ,,,u
under construction down thp platform'
pj,t t,p freight hou-e to lake the plate
of the cinder walk. Thc walk wiil Ii
about 230 feet in length.
Men are repairing the wooden part
tie Hev. J. II. Lcorge. lie took as his
subject certain pas.age. of the Bible
which through frequent translations have
lost their true meaning.
! "TIip word 'oliev' in the ntarriagc
teremonv," said Mr. Iteeil, "was orig
inallv u-etl to mean to hear gladly what
the other lias to sa." He also stressed
the nccessil) of keeping our bodies spir
ituall and pln-icall) clean.
The Rev. J. 11. George is attending the
triennial convention this week.
"Paganism Growing," Says Thomas.
"Pagani.m is growing in our Christian
itv," sahl Dr. D. E. Thomas at the Pres.
b)terian Church ve-terda. "Tlie onl
thing which will save civilization is real
Christianit. "e must understand Chris
tianitv and put it into our lives." Doctor
Thoma. thinks we could under-taiid it
better if we would eliminate our partial
.view, of Christianit. He believes that
j we should become better acquainted with Good Prospects for M. U. Band, lille, obtained a marriage license Satur
GEDIthe teachings and principles of Je-u J The prospects for the University band da). Miss Faucett's mother, Mrs. Car-
Extension Club Elects Officers,
The new officer, of the Women's Ellen-,
sion Club are: President, Mrs. D. W.j,
Frear; vice-president, Mrs. C L. Dieu; ,
secretary. Mrs. A. A. Jeffrey
ec-,.ir.. . j. in. ine) were eieciea ai
.a meeting 01 me ciud caturaay aiieraoou
at the home of Mrs.
P. H. Ros, 514
The next meeting
7 at the home of
South Williams street,
will be held October
Mrs. W. II. Baker.
All-Day Meeting Held at Oakland.
An all-dav meeting was held at the
Oakland Church, six mile- north of Co-i
lumbia, yesterday. Rev. A. W. Pale) I
spoke at both the morning and after
noon senices. Luncheon was sened b)
line laaie 01 ine cnurcn. ana a ousine.
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lunch. Quarterlv report were
Miss Riddel!, Student, Marries, j
Marian Herndon Ri.l.lpll. 23 vears'
evi-'old and a sophomore in the College of
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Pinnell. 22. of Rothville. Mo. werejregular minister, is returning to his A baby datigater was born yesterda)
grante.1 a marriage liern-e lo.Ii). Mi.slhome in Wrb-ter Grove, toda). He .Ill Mr. and Mrs. I.. 1.. Brainier, of
Riddell s arcnts live in Rotlnille. be in Culumbia again next Sundav. 80j irgima aicnue.
PATH OF RUIN
urla Twenty-Five Miles From
Smyrna, Reported to Be in
Fla mes Damage
BRITISH CABINET .MEETS
To Consider War-Like Moves in
' the Near East Troops
and Ships Rushed to
Br L'miJ JVrii.
LiiMxn, Sept. 18. The British
ioet met at noon today to consider war
like moves in the Near East, while Brit
ish troops and ships rushed to the Dar
danelles ami Constantinople. It was un
derlood that Mu'lapha Kemal, so far,
has not sent an official reply to the com
munication of Britain, France and Italy
warning him not to invade the neutral
After leaving Sjmrna in ruins, the
Turks are applying the torch to the sur
rounding terrilor. Vurla, twenty-five
miles from Smrna, is reported to be in
flames. The extent of the damage was
HARDING WILL VETO THE
BONUS BILL TO.MORROW
Will Send Vigorous Messace to
Congress Time is Not Ripe,
By UatteJ Frtii.
Wasiiincton. SeDt. 18. President
j Harding will veto the Soldier Bonus Bill
and will send a vigorous veto message
In Congress, it wa. learned today. The
President feels that the time is not ripe
to pas bonus legislation without pro
vision for funds.
NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY
1 Miss Willis Is Makinir Out List for
' Next Month.
Selection of books which the Colum-
I bia "ublic Libran Mil order ciunng the
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mittee of the Library Board for their
. ,iis Willis is guided in her selection
! - i-i.'-irnf.il foe rejtain kinds of
books, and by- bulletins issued by the
American Library Association. The
September issue of this publication has
not yet been received, and Mis U'illis
i. using the Wisconsin Library Bulletin
as a substitute.
a B. COATS DIES TODAY
Tuberculosis Causes Death of Co-
O. B. CoaK 1215 Mores bou!evard.JE. T. ROWLAND IN ACCIDENT
died at 3 o'clock this afternoon of tu
berculosis. He is survived b two sisters
and seven brothers: Mrs. Glcie Kolen
hoefper of Olna. II!.; Mrs. Bertha Mc
Kinney of St. Louis; Boone Coats and
Charles Coats of Gdumbia; John Coats.
Hiram Coat, and George Coals farmers
living north of Columbia: Earl Coats of
Moberl; and Omar Coats id Poplar
Homecoming Commttee Appointed.
President J. C Jones ha. announced
the committee for Homecoming for thc
University, which will be held this year
on Thanksgiving da). The members
ire: Z. G. Clevenger. chairman; L. M.
Defoe. W. C Elheridge. F. L. Martin and
L. Hill. Thc committee will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the or-an ine, from ,;,, ,e ha. been suf
fice of the Alumni Recorder in Jesse fcrin ror ltra monih.
SH. Ficklin Attends Uncle's Funeral.
Lawyers Elect Officers. ' ,tr anj jjr. ; jackson. and llor-
A. R. Troxell, son of G. F. Troiell of aCe Ficklin. attended the funeral of J.
Columbia, wa. elected prcident of the. It. Ficklin at Huntsville, Sunda). Mr.
.tudent. in the School of Law tuda).j Ficklin was an uncle of Mrs. Jackson.
Rus-ell S. Mallett was elected vice-'and of Horace ricklin, an M. V. base
president and Miss Virginia Booth, sec- l,a star.
retar) -treasurer. Tom Proctor was . .
-1p,ip i,ll ldpr PUns for lome-
coming week and for the annual Law
Banquet next spring were di.cus.ed.
are unusuallv good this year. However,
j there is still a need for good cornet and
lt.nmt.Anp nt.LAK fPnrfTP PflSnlP. til.
of mjs lha( ttouId
(( more mm ou, Th,
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aa). I uc?uaj aiisi ntuiH-tM;.
Mai he She Was Tired of 'em
b, i an" '.
ew iork. Sept. IB folice are pag-
ing the most absent-minded woman in
New York. She got out of a taxi, put
a suitcase, hatbox and package ol ling-
erie on the sidewalk, returned to the
taxi and srieil awav.
Road Meeting Date Undecided.
No definite time has been set for lne -
road meenng at itamsDurg which was
postponed last Saturday. However, uic
meeting probabl) will be held next Sat
urday. according to P. S. Woo,), of O-,
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Rev. Heed Goes Home tor me n ecu.
The Rev. B. E. Reed, who has been
holding service- at the Calvary tpico-
IXORE CHINESE STUDENTS
ENROLL IN JOURNALISM
Four Newcomers Sail on Steamer
Believed to Hae Been Sunk
Three new students from China en
rolled in the School of Journalism lhi
morning. One of them, Y. P. Wang,
is a graduate of St. John's University
at Shanghai. He holds the degree of
B. A. in political science and lias bctn
managing director of Shun Pao, one of
China's leading new 'payers. Tlie other
students, C Jv. Chen and Y. C Gao, are
from Tsing llua, the college which was
.established with th- indemnity returned
tiy the Uniteit Mates alter th- Sioxcr
Heb-llion. A fourth student L. S,
Wang, a cousin ol 1. r. Wang. ha. en
rolled in ;he I'niversit Iligli School.
The four .lu.Ients sailcil from Sliang'
Iiai August 21, on the steamer Nanking.
There were 1H) Chines .tuilenls aUiard,
private student, anil those from Tsing
Hua with scholarships in American
universities. Seven of them were girl
Between Shanghai and Yukahoma
tp!ioon struck the boat and a wireles.
message was sent out for help. When
the ship reached lokahoma the pas
sengers founil that the China Pre.s had
published a report that tlie boat wa.
The Nanking readied San Francisco
September 12 am! the student were
entertained b the Y. M. C A, the
Chinese Students Alliance and the Uni
This is the first time that any of tlie
four has been in this countr. They
sa the were particularl impressed b
the Sunda editions of thc metropolitan
Work. Begins Tomorrow-
AH tlie new stud-nts of Christian
College will be entertained with a dance
is the last festivitv before cla-s work
tonight in the collece gymnasium. Th's
Two hundred and fift girls, accom
panied b the facult and official., at
tended the Christian Church in a body
yesterday morning. It i. an old custom
of the scliool for all thc students to
attend thc Christian Church on the first
and the last Sunda s of the scliool year.
TO HOLD JEWISH SERVICES
New Year Exercises to Be Con
ducted in Y. M. C. A. Auditorium.
Jewish New Year services will be
held EfMfsy nijlrt nd .Saicrcay morning
in the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium by Jew
ish students of tlie University, and a!-
by the Jewish townsjieoplc of Boone
Manuel 'Resnik. president of the con
gregation, will conduct the New Year
.ervires. Rabbi Wilt of St. I-oui. will
conduct thc regular week! -crvices nc-Vt
. ,.- it-i i t n. . r.
v-ar 1111s xiuie auu luitis .tci ua
Ira Davis, of the Davi. S Phillip. Con
struction Co, and E. F. Rowland, chief
,- , 1 r 'lo get into some worth-while campus
were returning Saturda) fromt r. 111
Bedford. Ind- in Mr. Davis automobile
when thev struck a hole in the road ami
the car turned over. Mr. Davis W3s
bruised but Chief Rowland wa. unin
jured. The top of the car was torn and
the steering wheel damaged. Mr. Davis
said. They arrived in Columbia Satur
To St. Louis for Treatment.
Charles E. Northcult. lountv superin
tendent of schools, and Mrs. Northcutt
went to St. Louis Sundav where Mr.
I vrli , ;i .Wrn treatments for
naiiavuie v-oupic uuum ""-
John Weslev Weaver. 21 vears old.
and Miss Willa Katherin Faucctt, 16
years old. both of whom live near Hall:
rfe Fancett. gave her perrais-ion.
Omar D.sGray Here.
Omar D. Gra), editor of the Sturgeon
Leader, is in Columbia todav. He re
cently returned from California where he
and Mrs. Gray spent the summer at Long
T. J. Walker to Address Kiwanians,
T , vr-.ii.., -j;10r f ,. School and
cun magazine, will address the
. , Kian;ans on -The Count)
Sc100 !;;, at their weekl) luncheon at I
jjarri4 tomorrow afternoon.
J. S. Milburn Undergoes Operation.!
j 5; Milburn. manager of the Dorn-
cioney Laundry, was operated on for .
appendicitis Saturda) atternoon at tneifhiladelphi
Qqo Count) Hospital.
Miss Fitzgerald Called Home.
Mis Ruth Fitzgerald, principal of the
I ..11-. .... . ."p . 1 r -
Pnt.pr.ii, Hiih School, has been called
'-- --.- r-
, ,,r bom, nrar Sedaha. becau-e ot
,hr nines of her mother.
Daughter Born to Bransetters.
I KEMPER .MILITARY SCHOOL
OPENS WITH 330 CADETS
Colonel T. A. Johnston Is Head of
the Academy for Fiftj -Third
The Kemper Military School of
Boonville began its sevent-nintli ear
witli more than 330 cadets enrolled,
four of whom are Columbia bos. The
enrollment consists of students from all
sections of the United States.
The Columbia bos are: II. O. Freet.
son of Mrs. Ida Freet, instructor in
Christian College; W. I). Curtis, sn of
TV. C Curtis, professor in the L'niver
sit ; J. A. Buchroeder, v.n of A. Buch
roeder, local jeweler, and F. M. Ilulelt.
son of T. E. Ilulelt, implement dealer
One hundred and forty cadets are out
to make the football team that has on
its shedu!c this jear pam-s with Cul
ver and Shattuck.
This is tlie fift-third ear that Col.
T. A. Johnston lias be-n head of the
DIES OF HEART DISEASE
Funeral of Mrs. Mary Rosenfcldcr
Mrs. Mary Loui-e Ronfelder died
e.lerda afternoon of heart disease at
her home, 1420 Mores Boulevard. Mrs.
Konfelder liad been subject to heart
disease for the Is.t two ears and hail
everal bad attacks.
Mrs. Roenfelder was born Februar
19. 1853, in St. Louis Count. Her
father was Carl Kestis. About 1873 she
was married to Phillip Rienfelder Sev
en children were born to this union. One
son. D. D. Rosenfelder, is a graduate of
the School of Journalism.
The funeral will be held from the fam-
I ily residence at 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon. The Rev. Frank Allen, an oh!
friend of the famil. will deliver the sr
mon. the tMMly will he buneil in Ihe
School Members to
The high school group of the Baptist
Church will hold a meeting at 7:30
o'clock Friday evening. All high school
members of the First Baptist Church
and any others who might be interested
in a group of this sort arc urged to at
tend this meeting.
The officers of this group are: Pres
ident. Woodson Creed; vice-president,
Nell Foreman; secretar, Hanus Hetzler,
and treasurer, J. A. Leach. "The purpose
of the meeting Friday night is to get
all of the various members together and
plan activities for this winter.
Every Sunday morning the high school
group meets at Sunda) School.
CAMPUS LIFE IS DISCUSSED
B. Y. P. U. Offers Freshmen a Cure
Tlie fir.t of a number of specific I
! questions dealing with campus life was
:. . . . ,. - .. .
dicus-ed at the B. 1. P. U. Iat
night, and a good cure for homesick-js,V",
ness proposed. This was for freshm-n 1 .
dii.tuj ai.'uim -uu.i.
The meeting wa led by A. D. Murch.
and talks were given by Katherine
Witherspoon and L)cia Martin. Several
.elections from the poems of Edgar A.
Guest were read by Mi- Willie Crew..
A five-piece orche.tra provided by Hugh
Proctor and Junior Harper furnished
some special music. More than two
hundred young people were present.
KAISER TO WED THIS FALL
Will Marry Princess Schonmach in
Bj Vmtted Ptttu
11 c 10 r. 1-.:.-. w :l
u,, rp.. .o.-ro,..,r. -1 ... -
neim 1. engageo 10 duiij 1 i.m-r..
Schonmach. it was officially announced
today. The wedding will be in "Novem
TODAY'S BALL GAMES
Batteries: Bush and Schang; Davi, and
lotteries: yuinn ami l.uel; Leveretct ,
Batteries: Rommel! and Perkins;
ward, and Sewell.
Pittsburgh 001325 000 1113 0
Philadelphia 010 002 000 3 9 5
Batteries: Morri-on and Schmidt; Hub-
bpll and Henline.
ia 000 000
Batteries: Hamilton and Cooch;
ert and Ptters.
St. Louis 010 5
Boston 000 2
Batterie.: Pfeffer and Ain'mith; Ham
ilton and O'Neil.
New York .
Couch and llargrave; Scott
BY RETURN OF
Replacement Men Are Driven
in Clinton, la.
NEW LNIONS FORMING
10,000 Shopmen Are Expected
to Return to Work on
5 ImteJ PitiU
Clinton, la, Sept. 18. A riot broke
out here toda in the Northwe.tern rail
road sbups when the striking shopmen
r'turnei! to work. The replacement men
were driven from the shops by the strik
er.. Most of the strikebreakers left at
the blowing of the whi.tles, which an
nounced the return nf the shopmen.
10,000 slIOPVIEN II V RETIR.N.
Ciiicaco, Sept. 18. More than 40,000
ranking shopmen were eipected to return
to work on western railroads today. At
thc same lime negotiations were being
launched to send additional men back.
Bert M. Jewell, president of the shop
craft union, left here last night when
t was reported that the peace negotia
lions with the New York Central and
Southern Railroad liad been called off
at the last minute. Jewell refused to
discu-c the failure, but intimated that
the differences in the two negotiations
were of minor importance.
Men returning to work were en the fol
lowing ilnes: Chicago & Northwestern,
Baltimore & Ohio, Chicago, Milwaukee
& M, Paul. Seaboard Air Line, Green
Ba) & Western, Chicago, St. Paul, Min
neapolis & Omaha railroads.
New company unions were being form-
Jed on several other roads, notably on
the Burlington and the Northern Pacific
FEW "REDS" IN MISSOURI
State Comparatively Free From
Agitators, Says Eberstein.
Br ( ntfrd Preu.
Kansv. Cm, Sept. 18. All "reds"
in Mi.souri are pink and a very pale
shade of that color, according to Mar
shal Eberstein, of the department of Jus
tice. .In discussing ix "red" situation in
Missouri and Kansas, Eberstein declared
that .Miv-ouri is singularly free from the
radical, who infest the wheat fields and
hay stacks of Kansas.
A few agitators appeared to arouse
the striking shopmen, but for the most
part. Missouri has not the "red" problem
that man) slates in the Ea-t and West
now face, he .aid.
TRAIN COLLIDES WITH AUTO
three Occupants of Automobile
Killed Were From Troy. III.
3T. Mm, ;sept. in. three were
killed, two seriously injured and one
slightly injuml when an-all steel train
of the Illinois Traction S)slem crashed
into an automobile twenty miles east of
here this morning.
The three occupants of the automobils
were killed. They were from Tro), HI.
The injuml were occupants of the 6rst
coaili of the train. .df'i
CLUB WILL " 'REORGANIZE
Democratic Women's Club to Meet
Reorganization of the Democratic
Women's Club under the new state and
national plan will lake place al 2:30
I o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the meet-
;,, , a (y, aul)
Every Dem.ieratir woman is invited.
Rev. A. E. Jones Goes to Ashland.
The Rev. A. E. Jones, formerly of
Hallsville, who was appointed at the re
cent Methodist conference held in Mob.
erly to take charge of the Ashland cir
cuit, is now living in the Ash.
I land Methodist parsonage. .Mr. Jones is
' atw. sunprinlpndpnl of llip fjinsntidslpfl
c,-,-.! iv;.,.:,., v o A.hlnd
Will Improve High School Grounds.
The grounds of the University High
I School are being improved this week.
-,,.,, ... . .., . ..
haute.!, to be used in leveling the
grounds. Instead of the cold, blank view
that has met the eves each year, there
will be a fine carpet of grass to welcome
the vision of spring.
President Jones Speaks,
President J. C Jones of the Univer
sitv made an address of welcome to the
new students who attended the Burrall
I Bible Class yesterda). He congratulated
them on being interested in the religious
as well as the mental side of their de
velopment. Harry Harms Will Not Return.
Harry W. Harms, secretary-treasurer-elect
of the University students, has no.
tiEed the student president that he will
not be in school this fall. Necessary
teps will be taken immediately to fill
the position left vacant.
Church Board to Be Installed
The official board of the Methodist
Church will be installed and the mem
ijprs introduced to the congregation at the
seme next Sunday morning. Plans for
the year will le outlined.