The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 2, 1916 · Page 1
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\ jK^F^iJJfT^ ~* -, ,, _ ,, ,,__,,_ ,, _ _,,, _ _, _ , , ,, ,, ,, _,_, __ Tme Chillicothe VOLUME XXVIII 8 Pages No 297 GHILLICOTHE, MISSOUE1 THURSDAY, NOV 2, 1916 DAILY EDITION, NSTBItS 1 or \ i u-. One ot C h 11 I t id n^ G i u c e i s N o I^in ei il -\J I in^f nt nt^ C E Dicnst lot man vears one of Chillicothe s leading grocers died at hi.3 h o n ^ on East ^\ eb^tei street Thursday i i - r n ng it 4 0 o clock f o l l o w i n g i w ^ « k s ihnes Hit, death w is due to i ompliciuoii ot ul mentb La=t Ti-ursdav noon Mr D u n t \%ho was w i t h th-^ P a i d o n nei e,iocerv and m \t m u k x t com piaincd of not f e e l i n g well H M H t to bi-, h o m e believing h p w o u l d bt able to l e t u r n to his - n c i l w thin ^ few d l v ^ His c o n d i t i o n ^rew l a p d oise ind V i e d n p ^ d i v t i e f i m i i r e l i t i v c s ^ iw that there v s nu T 01 1 i il h a d b en in I 1 1 j i i i t c .,lu oi IP i ^ i on ruled t h s v i! Ch ilcs r d \ d L l » r u is I n i an O l i o O t t c b e i l IS He no c. to Chil icotl e 11 01 e t h i n t h i tv i ·^o I oi v e a i b l e c o n d u c t e d i ci o c c r v store on East TS eb^tci b t o r ^ t I[p v v ^ s i m a n v\ ho m idc M nv v ai n friends bv his f a i r xnd honest deil ings P e is c n v i v e d b i* w idov\ and on*. oioUier lot Tienst v\ho is a^so ciat»d -\-ith t h a B i o i l e Land Co \ o definite ai r i n ^ e m p n t b l a v been n d d e fo- the f u n e i il b u t it piobablv i 1 Le held Suuda.^ Iv ' t" mo SOCIETY AND CLUBS The P E O meeting which wa 15 to h iv e been he»ld w ith Mrs Trank Adams Friday afleinoon Jvovemb^i 3 has been i obtponed and w i l l meet with Mrs Adams on Fridiv Novcm ber 10th Miob Georgia \N albh v\ is host~s. to Sorosts j e t e i d a j u ith Ur a ion Iv.il bv foi leadwi on Italian A i t Snr op'p.'ed the subject v \ i t h a compie hensave ier-e-n.^01 e v e n t s lead n 0 up to aiui including the l e n i ssiuca giving some excellent tact*, on p i iit i i s id =u.ilpture m lU beginnings Ihe sculpture ot the penod w is g v en b\ i ^ ^ueeU vv t p u l i u u l Pred Hams gave 15. ipheal u i o Ha i l i n t c e i gave t i e \ e n e t r n n schoo 1 and l i a m the greatest exponen The r i o i e n t n e school vv xs include 1 ill Mr= K u b j s opening remarks Mi--, \\alah ind hei cousin M i b M o i t gnd to e v\ ere gi ests ot the c l u b du ing the socijl half h o u i The XIX C ub mei. "Wcdne;di\ li the home ot Mis Stiehlow rht pie-oident vlib K a i l H rsh presided I h e m m u t e b ot last meeting vveit- read and with slight correction ap proved The routine busin^a ses sion was short Mrs Dair tne leicl er introduced the lesion on Colonia Histotv Mis Scott gave tne vanou forms ot government in. the coionic. up to the vear 1692 Mrs D n coj tempcraneous hi^torv in England Mi'- ijfrehlo v related the biogi iphv of Capt John Smith "Mrs C u tei spoke ot the t v p e ot the new colon ist M i s Dan gave i buet outliu ot Thickcra.} b Tho V i i g m i i n i , s h o w i n g its historic i m p o i t i n c e n p o r t i a v m g lite in A.mei ica R o u n d Table Talks on the Indians Ume Hutchison .Roger A v i ' h x m s and Vv il H i m ind Mirj College V n = n n w e r e g i v e n bv Mis D u n n M i s Leo m l Kill Hirsh and M ss B i o a d d u s Ml Ilobin'on g a v e the p ogio b of Too ic co culture its p i o f i t s and n o p u l a i i t v Club i d j o u i n e d to meet \ o v e m b e i S vv ah M i s Stieh ovv FREDD GARDNER GOVERNOR WALLACE CROSSLEY J A M E S A REED UNITED STATES SENATOR WOODROW WILSON PRESIDENT THOMAS R MARSHALL VICE PRESIDENT PGORDON E A U D f T O R A M WOODSON JUDOE SUPOEME COURT DIV N°l FRED LWILUAM5 JUDGE -SUPREME COURT DIV N'! FRANK W MCALLISTER ATTORNEY GENERAI rhe above plite contims the pho v v h o h a v e been in high p o s i u o n PRLPARING TOR A RECORD CROWD AT NAD- SQUARE GARDEN WILSON WIMj i\tA\. 1O 14000 I\ \EW \OR1v CFTY 1OMGHT Cieat Deinpnsti ition Giteted Him As His Tnm Filtered the Oit^ -- W U I Cairj \ 1 Sti-ong tographs of the national and statt ticket \v oodrovv Wilson the gi eit est president since Abraham Lm coin His policies have K e p t the ni lion out of w a i he has m a . n t i . m e j would have had a similar fate meted out to your sons 111 o unto the Eu lopean slaughter pen Wilson I \ mighty etrort kept voui country sue e = s l u l l y away f i o m it He has se cured peace Toi v ou w l i 10101 an1 s net n e u t i a h t j and in ordei to do "o he has combatted all ot the cheni I the dignity that becomes the g i e i t = - ing conivmg ind v i c i o u s w ir ele neutral ^nation u p o n the glob= Hi ment -of not onlv our own nation but policv has f o i c e d t i e n i t i o n b cl I i of practicillj the whole world Bi hi earth to respect I h e United St ite supreme effort w i t h the highest n d t o become its f u e n d x^ tl s 11 ideals of the A e m u c a n civil g o v e r n ment constantlv before his eyes has served the countiy t i o m mails rom. of w a r and saved i t ^ to tho mothers an 1 lirtier ol he the on th country Todav the gieat lean o f Vmerici deeplj svmpithizes vv th tl u n f o r t u n x t e Fiance Pussia England Gerrnanv Vu^trla Belgium Human la and the other Europe in counti c c i n u v o l v e d in (.he black hellihs w a r Iheir land is filled w i t h legless arm tion tinu the president p o l i c \ ha been the f u e n d of everv other nation w hethei at war 01 at peice I h e W i l s o n a_dmmisti atiou has bcc i pu duttrve oi the best, nnanc al cotiu t ous and good ti net LV cr k n o w n i ^ h i s t o i j oi tho n a t 011 Laboi is getting better prices loi thtn labo than evei kno\ n I arm p i o d u r t b OJ descr p t i o n bringing iccord nal n, I -e^ ^ 11 classes of manufactui ed p i o d u c t b bi ing tig a d v a n c e d pi it. C i d of lluinlo. I less ejeless 11 en and boys who h a \ e es Stocks and bonds or the gre-i ·Vie ^ ish to thank the community i been at the f i o n t in E u i o p e s slaugh industrials ot the nation aie brmgm L for their s^ mpatlrv and overlv kind i ter pen but in addition Mr Voter the highest prices ever k n o w n on the deeds and beautiful flowers of w h i c h in life our darling -was so fond Mr and Mrs Gann James Rickerson and sisters Mr and Mrs %V ilson Holami Bnlbs ITfti e ariTV t d at the Islierwood Greenhouse Send us join ordcis 1 3 received a fresh line of the f 1*--O' *· *""VT Book Steve . chocolates -t Sauei i the window don t forget the millions f lives talc n " r! et Tlus "eludes railroads m l en and the vastei greater number f steel stock The railroads o f ' t h ' poor helpless cripples that fill the ccimtiv and the steel plants are en land and the widows and orphan^ j o y i n g the largest a m o u n t of bu- made fatherless and homeless It 1= ness and the biggest income evei impossible to adequately descrjbe the known in the historv of the=e enter awful condition prevailing in Europe prises The banks show greatei is at this time The English/language Set9 and deposits now than it anv fails to produce words that can snffl tlme ,,, the }, 1? t ory ot the mtion cientlv descnhe it Mothers an 1 With rehearsil of the above rppre fathers of \merici if President Wil sentmg only a few of the w o n d e i f u l son had been a man who carried a accomplishments of the admmistra chip on his shoulder a a the manner tion of resident \ v i l s o n w h a t ex n l M O O R H J C Sl'I VR1N s* \1 COLTMHOIjbB A I 7 J- «· ON SATUKnAl I 1 1 MM, The deniociitb w i l l close ·** their campai-gn in Livingston O county w i t h a rousing meetmf 4 at the couithouse Saturday v e v e n i n g The iieetmg w i l l be · called at 7 30 o clock n e 0 pnncipal s p e i k e i s w i l l be Hon " O S Lmton ol C u t h a S P M" who has lust l e t i n n e d f i o m a speil in-g toui ol I S u b i a s l i un C d t i the aubpiecs of the D e m o $ cratic National Coniiiittce ind $· Hon Ro^ Ruckei of Ixtjlesv l i e ^ Mo Mi B11 toil has °ome in leiesting nets v \ h ch he ^ ill * p r e s e n t to the v otprs of Chii licothe and Livingston c o u n 1 is who attend the meeting ? T h p i e w i l l be plentv of good *· music \ special im itation is ·j extended to everyone to attend C this meeting and hear the na 3 tional and state issues discuss- 3 ed has been made possible because ol t the a b l e administrations of loj ai democrats w ho believed in g i v i n g the people oi the state the very bes 1 ind of goveinment at the least pos sible cost Did v ou 1 now that Mi = souri h i s the lowest taxes of any s l a t e in t h » union'' Did vou know t h a t Ml souri ta^es are only one thi! d of t h a t of the lepubhcan states of Kansas I o w a and Illinois' Ind th has a v ^ a v o been (he cist The p i e » cnt M a i o i a d m i n i s t i ition w h e n con sider ng the l a c t that vv e have m o i e people m o i e e l e m o b i n a i v i n s t i t u t i o n and i "nod r o i d s dep r t m e n l s add pd to the s t a t e s expense is tne mo t economical administi at on in all UIL ' statp? h i s t o i j When compared wiih just f o u i years ago under the Renub lican Hidlev administration all ele ft . m o s v n a r y m s t i f u t i o n s the univer=it/ norm-al -=chools penitential good New x.ork ISiov 2 -- President Wilsons arnval today for his first campaign drive in New lork City w«.s greeted with a roar ot enthusiasm such, as pi onuses to make "Madison Squire G a i d e n appeal tonight a rival j of p o l i t i c i a l meetings ot f o u i vear« ago v \ h e n tli» c r o \ d eheeied him foi more than an hour The p i e s i d e n t leiched^here f r o m Buffllo it 0 o clock and w ab greet r d bv A gipat domonstr ition thei e j last night T i o m icports f i o m h liuuten,antb theie the state w ul go democratic strong His schedule to div called for thi ce big speeches in | which he hoped to hammer Lome 1=1' tig political arguments with perhvp« c o m e ar'dcd speeches at over now nipetin^-s Democr itic managers p i e d ct that he will have the greatest political audience of the p"esenl campaign aim plans have been made iccoi-dmgly 3 000 extra seats hav = been placed m Madison Square Gar ren miking the capacity 14 000 l i a m m e n j e l l e d three cheers a= t i e piesident arrived and the biL t h i o n g took it up and the echo ram I bled bac"k and forth thru the big sta j I tion Engineers leaning from their " cabs shook hands w i t h the president and shouted We re with you Mr President President M ilson today bespoke consideration foi the common mass- eb Speaking at the business inen s luncheon at the \\ aldorf he was greeted by three cheers from all parts, followed by a tvy minute demonstration of applausfe Vv e are living in a very serious penoa of the w o r l d s history he .said TJierefire_w.e must, search everj question facing us to the heart Too many things that would- help business, foi instance have bpen le". out H» said, (hat among- Uiese was th" consideration ot the mteiest of whp* he termed the common masses I h e only source of nrength fc- busmess as well a® government an to be f o u n d in these people he con tinued holding that thev must be «at isfled ind confident of justi e if t h e / are to do their work bappih and w e ' l I h e roots of our daily life ar these people who t i a v e l the street inxl these pec-pie have the impression that they are being ignored that others prosper while, thev crumble The president said that opinion w a s as much a fact as any law of na ture This settled thing o- opinion you vv ill find hidden deep he said Once A.merica had not such an un dei w orld He slid that dissatisfaction must be deilt w i t h generallj and not bp cause ol danger but beriu e of T t h i n k this is a country of the w o r l d w h e r e things w r o n g aie bpin"- mad'- ghf He that iienlv e v e r j pro _ gressn e dti that 'lad b o i n e i r u i t h i l had s o m e t h i n g to do w i t h the w e l f a r e of man Politics he said rests on the h u m a n soul Pro = ressrveism a. constant a d j u s t m e n t ol t h p con dition of society t 0 the vvelfqje of m a n k i n d The lav\ of a d j u s t m e n t is a v « i v live lav\ he continued in a vv O 1 *]] that never stand still The destmv and satisfaction of a nation is based on a human heart Business cannot roads and othei public nstiutions of i afford to let anything alone When 1 the state h ive received manv million hear a man say let business alone I know he don t know business You your support to Mr Hughes' Vote for Wilson and peace an J of some distinguished gentlemen cuse h a v e you Mr Voter for giving continue (the spledid pTosperou.3 condition of the country j State Ticket [ Missouri the Test governed state in the Union and most economically governed state m the union with the exception of four has been under democratic rule since the war Thi of dollars more money u n d e r the present administration thin In anv prior administi ation his g i v e n us the Public Service commission the best fiie insunnce law and banking liw of any state in the u n i o n The crea lion of a Supervisor of Highways o f ! which Col Frank M Buffum is its r Kotice W O Tl efficient head together with million^ ( Special meeting Friday night Nov of dollars appropriated for good roads 3 1916 at I O 0 F hall Held Consul Manl»ne w ill deliver an id dress Everyone cordially invited to have got to have new blood The president said that there w a = a small n u m b e r of men in Wall St who felt that nothing was safe un loss they had been consulted throughout the state added millions to the schol fund and added man} npw ^ p l e n d i d measures t o the school attend law miking our public school system 21 w i t h o u t a superior m anv state and | (Continued on page 6} E W McKeen Dist Read the Constitution Want

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