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TKS rH~L,Li OTHI? DAILY CONriTL TIOIT, FRIDAY, NOV 10, 19i3 A Feyv C. H"r" a r e i ff \v of ihp C B C t i- tl 1 hi = i t u r u ii o n 1 i t r M c. d -SJSf J L A 1 Clark Ki s al End Chie£ Hancock R T M i d g e t t i l C L U 1 10 L l i 1111 o u s i j l o i U s K m | 1 e ' i i n i 1.1 | e a i l = b si it ' i l l lulu m t a t a i ' ' i i u IL ol t h e L u i t i b i\ " i - i c. ~i L ic School o I i i Ui i op o N c v \ o i k bii I I 5 h t o 11 cloUic Y n d hi. i i L cooo M 01 (. \\ 1 i I I S M i l V t I H , l i I 1\(, i KOM 1 \ S U I N V V U IS J I K I 2 6 -- C \ I A v l a i l ) -- v n b o l d i e i A\ o u u d e i js o ie ol the e i e \ in i i the \ o i l d t h e ( st I it 1 ip! e i A\ hen t h i } o i B o s i n t o ie ol i w e i k s A o i k in ^c,CI 1 11 L OlloV, b i Hit fn t L m" s i i b us t m B i l l e t s i lined I I h 1 on i , U 11 ue 1 i ool Slid ceni} 0 i A t i te i ble l u i c h Lool out - i 1st de n enem C i o em Hell w is the 1 1 J h l i b h t e n o d Gei l l c i bbil b i t \ \ e i e shoi I 111 h s M lehn e , i l s i J i tl e on o 11 hide c Mi \ e l o i i n n d t ich 1 1 1 o ibon 11 Loi s si i d it u st d j s e \ j l e n e o J ll s el ne s i J o n 0 1 Ocl A D u n ' s Vi ti i l l A 1 V \ t i l 1 l b ,,! t r c n c n i i l o a d f v e t h e n not t i le i, e i A tim the U ed t o i U b h A\ e i pped ! i) i l a n l b to b ti T i e j i m i l u ,IA e up Sinclai -- r C i t i n g C c i m u i o con t i n n e d l a d l e d out do th as y o j mi-,Iit v u n p out m u s i c [_ o n a h u i d S u a i d A JM t? got hts Iso fiMit i e l m h i n P i i s o n e i s scaled to d p i t h Some got tils N o fight l e f t in h m A \ h e i e v e i A\ e c o u l d fli d then La stron 0 d c t a c h n ents ti icd to n U e Prisoners scared to d e i t h Some of them icted as t h o u e h t h e j b e l i » \ e f l j w e used our l i n k s toi nn] m = caus a ra ps out of prisoneis r 11 meet Michigan ir the otner mi rortant games ot he East I I I h l i ! ! I O O I l i \ i I " W i l l 1«J VI 1 jATOUf OV i l l L I U i I t i t i 1 n -- O t l o i 111 L 1 O t h L l CI U C c ic L h t u.,1 t i »· 4 8 s C a ^ x y ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ O NEWS NOTES « ? » « ' O S ; s s - S « ? ' S ? « S l l l O \\itll01 am tonight Coldei n u i t h an 1 t portions S i t u r d i j Snow or and much, colder I » i s Oil Conip i n \ he Cud ih\ P e f i n 111, C o n i p m h i s 1- i=ed the Pule \ P n i O I C )i i v n tins c Ij nil the ne\\ CO i ib iio\\ n c h n "· 1 i K u ti u el u-? i c i i e c n t i \ \\ i 1 nine ^ 111 tl e n e \ eo u n "\ i^-^ in i i !,, j s ' i o ! i ik 1 iU ! V t t e i f \e s i c tli I L 1 1111 dele ited i n 1 i il o \ r r-, c C t i di on s p o r t sa\ th it t i I i i \ o learn is the best in \ c i r s 1^ deleat ot Vine-, b-v N o b i i k i tlie e i s are in second pi ice h \ U I T A ed a 0 to 0 game \ v i t h the Io\ i oo b u t getting the b e n e f i t of s t i ts The iiinuil battle « l i Kan this " v e i l i*O omg to be a stius ^ ith the predictions m t i-v or jf A l i s s o u r i team Ivans i V g j i e b iko and Kansas are Ihe l e m a m n mes ot the season S h o u l d Ise iska lose Lo a coafeience team Tigeis -svill lla^e a call on tile !!-·% championslnp cussion o£ tne i m p o r t a n c e oi being i sticker He Jlrst pie id t h a t the students stick »ue it m genei ill/ then t o l l o w e ^ a much a p p i e e i i t e l boost foi business education in par ticulai I h e n Re\ Clai 1 diseiibbed the- importance of; mdiibli al h i the neee^=ity of ti tends and the portancc ot be ne: t i u e Lo one u s 11 b r c m a i k b ^ ere closed \ \ i i h in apt e il to sticl to the ! book | Prof T M Lev school \\ i o l J i i ol he II ,, i o pi u t i 1 in a % ei PI u l o n e I t he ^ n n il i t tli ll i r h o o l loin I t o Hi t o U i l l '"il e l o i t i s i tm oon 1 e col li i 1 n d i c n d t r i d i i i c i i i n ot in \\ selcctioas h i \ n g leeentK c h i ed a ne^ faupplj ol m u = i c becoiie fc.o aeute t h e wei c eomt ells'! to pa the prices d c m i n d e d or shut down t h e i r w it i k is 1 h and c o k n p l a n t s S P I V n,., a l u p u l t on of 1 million people ana ippealed to t 1 e commission to levise the l a i l r o a d i e c o n s i g n i i e n t lilies u n d e r which t h c j [explained the specul ilors w e r e ible to tie up the coal nnike,t u n d e i ta present c o n d i t onb Comm i_iaQnei M c C i o i d n i d ^ i e d a l e p i o r i l il ^ o ot t l i c o i n is on in to UK t i n t o n U\ I k i 1 n 1 i u nou i e 1 Ic i tl e 1 st 11 i th i the i "OM.I ni i it 1 ad s i i U 51 c h i I n\ p i to s !'l uU° I i I I P i i i o u sect ons i t c h i n g l o i 1 i mi l st n the pu ent lilies L i o 11 the da t w o i il P 1 o f l i c iK } i 1 i i li t ie s h i p p p r s l e s t i U i n ? tl il the i c c o n i» r a omi, to d i o \ n i I I \ p o L I I ts b i l l \ Blight i t i lit Hi \ c M i l i n ll the 11 1 1 e i I J I L V e lued u hem po i I j l i i l "\\ e s| it it t h e i ^ eliemoi s 1 i he bl ssPd old t u b g i v e i H i e h I t I o i 0 h t 1 wis o O o d h j e to e irth It w is only some Gei n 11 1 i l n d w o u n d e d H O h i d skidded i n t o Ram of bullets sounded 1 kf h u i 1 e l s oL i n c t s b p i n g di 11. en i n t o h h p t il s h i le "U e got to UI e t i e iei,i I n r M h m ol it Hea\ ei s t i u i a m i n k o n o u i l e \ b o i r c l M a c h i n e ^ u n it it 1 h e i e w is i ti e m e i i d o u s t h u d c i b c u t tin t i n e W h o l e out it t h o u g h t \\ o w ei e do ic toi Onl\ s o m e u n w n t e d obstacles ilong in OIIPITI^ I i u ct So i e I I I nb Li ed 11 i u h i di,e fin i i ishmg l a ' i s n e o^ er | "W e d n e s d a j -- E n l j s l u t R u g h e t i i o i ^ » vet W n e - , ol h i e seemed Lo j t i i e a k o ei us Paity o£ Germans I camo to meet us outside the trench ' eb t h o u g h t it w as the m a y o r and village notables coming to give us a warm welcome Mistaken Thej let fi\ with machine guns T h e n the; tried hoarding tactics "We laughed Tank reception party dispersed ID 1 j cloud of smoke Only remaining] [ member Iat cu' gentleman threw himself down betere is with many signs of submission , I h u =aaj--!"..» "d drawn village tieet of w i e c k e d houses Hun= l u s h e d out ot collars and dug o u t " One bl shier rushed at us w itl club b o d t i n e M i d o l e i n b l p sv ipe it t a n k H u t h i n s e l t m o i e t h i n us l l i l i co j o y r i l e 11 If. a b e \ y ot f e e n g G e r m a n s UI f i t men lale \ s B i o « n at 'Sew Hai n Han u d A S Pi ncelon it La n t i idgtt Comell is M i c h i g i n it Ithaci ^ l m ; -si At line it ^\ est P o i n t .avj A S J s o i t h C a i o l m i Aggies i A.nnapolis C o l g u e vs Roche tei at H i m 1 ton P i l l s b m g vs V; i-shmton an 1 J e f f e i s o n at P i t l s b i i i g h S j i i c u s e vs V e»L ' \ i i g n j i i a \\ e le~\ in i t ~U ish ngLon L itaj et e v s Vlbi igl t U r on P e n n b h i n a A S D i t m o u t h a t P h i l i d e l p h i a S p r i n g f i e l d A S l u l t b a t '-pun,, neld t M 1 S j Oh o St Ue \ » Ind a a at Colu i b ib I x o t i p D i n e 1= S o u t h D o n i t Y e i m i l l i o n K i r s s vs Y\ ish i crton at L i \ lence "W islimgton A S O i e 0 o n \^"ici ar Soittle ·W ash n g t o n Stito vs O i e g o n -t Seattle N o t thw eslei n A S IOA\ a at F \ a n s ton Kansas Aggies A S M i s s o u r i at M in hattan When There's Sickness 1C there should be eicl ness in \ o t i r h o m e w h e i o \ \ o u d j o u ha"v^ %oiu p r e s c r i p t i o n s put u p ' Pei liap» " \ o u \ e been ^o foitunate in not ha\ mg s ckneso t h a t \ou re luiible to ins-wci such a q iet 011 \\ e ire q u i t e sure \ou \ v o u l apprecnte the I no *ei \ ICQ it om stoic and o u i p r e b c u p t i o n de pai Lincnt ib \ spe ill I c i t u i e T is e q u i p p e d \\ i h e \ e i \ t h i n g Co r the s] i t u l i T i a n i p u l a t j o n of p h \ a c i i n ^ rec pefa ind onlj expcuenc ed pi e^ci iption. di ug^ists hav am t h i n g to do v, ith the r o m p o u n d i n g here \\ e \ \ o u l d hk^ 3 oui business Clark's Pharmacy i:n in \ \ i LI sic it CHTTLiccnnr M H O M E S For Sale Rv U n i t * tl Pr*»«*^ ( Bj Hani Hon ) ISe-\v Yo 1 Nov 10 --"U hen TT-i vard i n d Pimceton. boA\ then bacl $ ··nd s t a r t foi oich othei t o m o i r o \ ^ t h e three c o i n e r e d \ \ h n l loi s u p r e n a^\ in the b g t h i e e f t h e east \\i}\ lip o i its t h r t c IfR-^ecl A a^ It \Mll be the h i s t t u s s l e of tlv season a m o n g an\ or tlie t h i n e ele\ ens ·\vh.ich a l w a y s aie po nted to in. a r g u m e n t s retgai ding 1 ffhe relatn e strength of eastern teams Both teams have been rather weak on defense this year hut Har\ard through Perc Haugton s - n o r k h%= come to the f r o n t in this departmert Both, are fairlv strong on attack Last year Princeton was beaten 10 to 6 in a remarkably haad fought game Yale will meet Bro^n and Cornell S l o o m dwelling on pavod btreet not modern except elect net lights Sm ill barn Puce 3 000 c. l o o m ne~\\ in dei n h o m e on pa% ed ^treet hot "water heating SA st°ni One of the nicest homes in the cit P n t e S 5 5 U O 7 o c m ne r w home e^se m on p \ \ e c l stieets a fine home it ^ 6 5 0 0 S rooiii new modem home on pi^ I i\ ed sti eet fine iieighomliood ? 3 " 0 0 G i ^nm d w e l l i n g eloctuc lights 1 oo m col tt?re on pa~\ ed street V o ir|r in it " U 9 o O \Iin% others If o u want to buy propero come to us It is ou»- spec ialt "V\e have a n v t h i n g you want Gill Ryan N °ide square Chilhcothe Mo EMPIRE J ho 1882 Election "U hen C l e v e l a n d -n as elected n S2 do ion old tune B i o o k u e l c ' o i n e n i b e r ho\\ the Democrat cele u 1 the next night f o l l o w i n g t i c t i o n me- fanned all the e m p t i xes m t o w n ' \nd t h e i c me i t r«e n e w s ne\t m o i n i n ^ i n d tint ,h t n e R e p u b l i c a n s c e l t b i a t t d \ v i t n » f i t e and m u c h n o i b f But the nc camo the t h u d ni lit w ie i J i l o i n i l - - % o t e AM nt o l h c i 1H t o i \ e l i n d -I iat tblid n ' g u w i l l ET be l e m t m b e i e d bv B i ^ o k f l e l d - oci iN 1 oi e tl t n Do on i c 11 n how a j o u t f i \ e 1 u n d - e d Ch n i t o n -ame to Bioo ^ h e d on ho seb ie - ipw Iho ^ e l l e d ^1 e late Doc "vriiheld it tint time ciU m i i b i i i ; d the leception committee on sr-bick to meet the visitors at the ieten It w a = some ralK n gh B i o i k f l e l d -- B r o o k f t e l d Vrgus CJarlc it Chapel ^e^ barren. P Clark was th» aker at the Chapel Exercises at Cuillicothe Business College this rnmg Ro\ Clark humorousH r-- re d to the close election at the mnmg then entered into a dis I r i f i c isin^ the ^u s e i i o t i o i 1^ lee Fii 11 L te \\ e b e h e % e s the in t of the i i i t o n i l 1 i m m o n t h l i e s to \ i e l d ti the d e n ind ot the tune an 1 m e r e e its sub=enption price The ·inn tmcement is inido in t i e No \ e r i b e r n u m b e r a n d t h o new r i t b f c o m e s e f f e c t n e F e b i u a i \ 1st--the i crease be iig t i o m - j to i O cems ^ e a l The papei t n n l l j expl i n= to its readers that piper and m h a ^ e j u a t a b o u t d o u b l e d in \ a l u e and a \ s I h e inescapable b u i d e n oE this mcieisecl r u i n u f a c t u r ng cost m u s t bo b o i n b\ s o m e b o d j It u o u l d be as hard £01 us to c o n t i n u e pub lishmg a t w e n t \ fl\e cent papei a r r e ent puces of mateinl as it ' w o u l d ie for i on to feed d o l l a r corn ti fl\o cent hogs T\ e ha^ e alreicl-v r u = e d o m a d i e i t s i n g i a t e s B u t w e c a n n o t a 1 the ad e tiser to heal the e n t n e b u i d o n The si jscnbcr must 1-u icire \\ e belie\ e the tan m i n i cd n a l e i s of Tai m Eite w i l l be « 11 ing to pav more Miko C i l Chutes Shek LouisMlle ^e^ 10 -- Interstate Commerce Commission, m-vestiguioa ot Lhe c u o h o i t i g e situat on took sensation il t - f t i ' t jesterdiy - n i t i Michigan shipper^ unit ng in charge that coal brokers p a r t i c u l a r 1% Chicago brokeis "i\ ho \v ere un able to furnish the public utiliti corporations of the state w i t h coil cars at normal prices TV ere giving immediate delrverv when prices fi^e times the contract price were oSer- ed The Michigan representatives from eight of the manufacturing dis tricts testified the coal shortage had i c l o t i l s i p p r | sign l e i t i l l i l c ^ e m g r a n i } Co il cai s u o a\ a i 1 ble i the piibl e ut l i t c o i n n i c s n e w i l l i n g to pa\ the pi en u i i s \\ h ch at p i t s e n t ai e j u s t ^^c tin Pb the puee w e ha-\e been piv nz L, C \ e t t l o s of the Battle Cieek Chainbe of Com nercp stited in open ng nib testi niony A "\\ on in to Sit tn Confess Helena Mont Nov 1 0 -- M Jeanette Rankm has been elected to the House of Repi osentatn es ol the United States She is the l u s t % on an C N e r elected to that pos, t on Sweeping the p r i m a i i e s in this s t i t e Miss Rankm has made one ol the hot test cimpaigns e-vei waged w i t h n its boi den Heic is the p l i t f o i m Lint Ian led her in ·Washington National w o r n an s u f f i a g e child w e l l a i o tat C r vision p o h i b i t i o n foi state i d N i i t on "leitei p u b l i c tj in congiess [ lonal recoi ds I Besides that she has red ha i -the K i n d that sparkles m the =mn light Vnd then she b good looking som° sa-v Pei h ins that had =ome t h i n g to do w i t h the i esult ot hoi Candidas Othei s sa it was hei f o r c e f u l w a v of p o u n d i n g home to her big audiences t h r o u g h o u t tho state her determination to l e p i e s e n t Montana in "Washington upon high class a b o \ e board honest pripciples Miss Rani in is a fo-emost siiffia gist Some years ago w h e n the suff ragi=ts made their famous march OL Washington she was one of the chief speakers She has done much cam paignmg in the East for her cause as well as in the "West Montana s women undoubtedly vot- ei of b u l l e l s rot i i p r h l acioss i tiench T n e i n tued to 11111 bnl eoul In t I h i e \ v up s [ o n ^ e On c h e e k j c h a p s u l h e l i d n t t h i i l v i l I w as lau to u«e such fl = ht n? n i I ch nes A^ e asked h i m he I h o u 0 h t w e o i g h l l o get the K n s e s pen i s sion to use the t i n l s D i d n t spe the loi P l o o k ibout 200 p r = o i e i s Killed and w o u n d e d is man more r u e d o u t S a t u i d a j -- O u t b e f o i o b i e i ] U = t Terrible or ish flrst t h i n g T h o u g h t w e h i d e n c o u n t e r e d w a n d o i n ? world M e i t h e i o d s L o r n R u e s p o i l L n e m y piepar ng for su pr se a L L i c k O ir s u i p r i s e came first A\ o w i d d l e c l into their a n b u s h ^ T e^ ei « i w me i so frightened Onh few c h i p s ' t a j a ! tiehmd \Vent snorLing iltei then t h e n w u back V e 1 led up icio*f Steam Heated SC II N T ' !' MBTEO PICTURES CORPOSAT CN Piescnto tue e m i n e n t 'o stais 1 I V R O J D I O C K \ \ O O D \ N D AI \\ \ L T ISOV The Come Back' F P v E \CTS A. t h n l l m g =to^ ot t o "now capped m o u n t a i n s --ALSO-- MUTT $- 1EFP IN \ SLiBM VKIM" Bud Fishei Comic C n toons S T O C K T O N ' S ".hows at 7 15 8 30 p m O E C H E S T R A PRICES 5 and 1O "^ S a t u i d v n itinoo ind Ni = ht-- Eigth Tpisode oi Peg O the Km,, uid I h e Isle ol L i f e Red reathei Plav in TIAO lets 1HD B E V U T i r a L A.ND F A S C I N A T I N G STAR SLPUEME -- D I L L T P BLRKC AAILL Bl SEEN IN TUL F O b R l l I MjAIBLR OF G L O K I A . S R O M V I s C E P I C T U R E entailed "TEE SOCIAL VORTEX" MUSIC BY THE EIGHT PIECE LADIES ORCHESTRA Shows 7 15 - 8 30 Coming Tomorrow--Alice Brady m MISS PETTICOATS ADULTS 10^, CHTTD 5" SPAPLRl

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