The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 20, 1916 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Chillicothe, Missouri
Issue Date:
Monday, November 20, 1916
Page:
Page 1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Constitution. V OLUME 4 Pages 312. CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI. MONDAY, xov. 20, 3910. DAILY EDITION, EXPERTS TESTIFY AGAINST M'DANIEL AT TODAY'S TRIAL SOCIETY AND CLUBS I. 31E-V SAY M,\.V icnj, I.KFT HAN"I- McDank'l Continue* to Culm Appeurauco -- I-'ollou- Testimony Closely. Maintain in^- the The ladies of the Elm Street M. L-:. C h u r c h will hold p r a y e r m e e t i n g Tuesday a f t e r n o o n with. Mrs." \V. P L Simpson.. Miss Olive Barney won the bou, cloir cap at Miss C r a w f o r d ' s Bridge Saturday afternoon and bestowed it u p o n Miss Botsford of Cameron. Miss B o t s f o r d returned to her h o m e in C a m e r o n last n i g h t after DEATH CONES TO J. P. MILLER SUNDAY PASSKI) AWAY AT H O M E OX AY. STREET. Moved W i t h His Family to This Citj Twenty-l-*Kur Years Ago Devoted Christian. -\Vu,s Death s u m m o n e d J. P. Miller, I By X T i i t i - d I'russ.l St. Joseph, Mo., -Vov. 21) D. McDaniel, on trial charged spending the svoek_entl w i t h h o r ^ v e l l known, pioneer resident oC Chillicothe, at the f a m i l y home, 121S \V. b r o t h e r , Claude, and Mrs. Botsfor'l Webbler street, Sunday m o r n i n g at the m u r d e r of his wite, bat l i k e a jit an of steel t h i s m o r n i n g while medical experts coroborated tho s t a t e m e n t ma.de on the w i e n e r s t a n d S a t u r d a y t h a t lus w i f e had been _ I Mrs. Gerti ude Cheyney goes I T r e n t o n t o m o r r o w in the interest o ^ f h e a r t 1 the K o a l Neighbors and will attend I Miller had a long sick spell w i t h eleven o'clock trouble His death was due to Last summer Mr. f r o m I a G r u n d y c o u n t y convention o n ! which he never recovered ; He had Thurday. been up and around tho house eac.i - . i day u n t i l Sunday morning, when ho Cards have been received in C h i U j t o l d tamily he would remain in ho f r o m Mr. and ilrs. N. W. Vos- . bed for awhile. About eleven o'clock lulled b v a l e f t h a n d e d b l o w TM ^ b u r f f i a n n o u n c i n g the b i r t h of a son i Mrs. 'Miller went to his room and l11 ** ~ i O c t o b e r . "20, at t h e i r home, Los gave him his m e d i c i n e . t h a t he had becti opposed to hold an i n q u e b t . Never i nuK-cle t w i t c h e d nor an eye lash f l u t t e r e d us, he tut i n thf c o u r t r o o m , c a l m l y L a c i n g tho \\il- neb*:e t e s t i f y i n g agtiintt h i m . The detense is expec-ted to a t t a c k b i t t e r l y the t e s t i m o n y to be given by Mrs. "Luke H. Mo^s and Miss Ail eon Moss, m o t h e r and bibter o L the m u r d e r e d w o m a n , and will do. claro that "the m o t h e r and sister h a \ o purely personal reasons t o r wishing- to c o n v i c t McDaniel." The d e f e n s e aloo will a t t a c k the person, allty of Bart M. Lock wood, special 1'rosecutor, it \vas i n t i m a t e d today P u b l i c s e n t i m e n t in St. Joseph is a b o u t evenly d i v i d e d . M a n y are relentless in their belief t h a t McDaniel is guilty while on the othr hand, the f o r m e r prosecutor has mam* v/arni f r i e n d s who f e t o u t l y m a i n t a i n his innocence. At times the w a r m t h of a r g u m e n t A f t e r he had PERSONAL AND LOCAL J. S Durham of Kirksville was a Sunday visitor in the city. J. E. Howard of PekTnT 111., is transacting business in the city, Misses Mary Miller and Laura Bird were S u n d a y guests of friends i n Wheeling. Mrs Maude Hawkins o£ Woodward, Okla., is" visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Seiser Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sauer h a \ e re- ft turned f r o m a visit with relatives /anil f r i e n d ^ in St. Joseph, * J. C. Sutherland -of McNab, 111 , a CANDIDATES FOR WBIEHJUME TIE MCCARTHY* AND SNODCRASS KACH RECEIVED O2B VOTBS. Ao. Eri-or I'Vniml in the Casting Up ol the Returns From lC;u,tern ,"ack_ son Township. f o r m e r Cbillicothean, is here looking alter businciss interests. G. A McBride and family spent Sunday with. Sherift-elect James J Brown and Cainily at Bedford. Dr. H H. Harwood returned today f r o m C a r r o l l t o n , 11!., where he was called by the death o£ his tather. Mrs. George Shepherd w i l l go to St. L o u i s tonight to attend the Fed. erated Fraternities w h i c h convene Angeles, Calif The new aruval has been Christened W i l l i a m , pd 7 1-2 pounds. He weigh- The h o m e of Dr. R. H. Cabell on N i n t h and B r o a d w a y was the scene taken the m e d i c i n e and she was lay-] a n n u a l l y . ing him down in bed, he expired. J. P. Miller -was bom April 14th, 18-13 m Clay county, M i s s o u r i . On April 12, 1S66 he was married ai Haynesville, Mo , to Miss A n n a Jose- Mrs Fannie Sterling and MASS Dora Thompson went to Kansas City Mon. day for a f e w days' visit with relatives and friends. H. C. Kessler, a f o r m e r Chilli- A recount of the vote for judge ot the Western d i s t r i c t i n the East Jackson t o w n s h i p precinct as certified to by the judges and clerks ol' election at the general election held November 7, shows an error of SO votes in. the total vote of H. E. Snodgrass, the republican candidate, as certified to the c o u n t y clerk. The total vote cast in East Jackson, t o w n s h i p was as follows. Win. McCarthy, IS!). R B. Snodgrass, 63. Tbe tally book a,s c e r t i f i e d to t h n S ·?,.« S £··· · S ·* t - NEWS NOTES. Tho Weather. Partly cloudy and p r o b a b l y un- ^stled tonight and Tuesday. Colder Tuesday and nortli and westerly por. tious tonight. county clerk showed that Snodgrass 1 received 03 votes, t h i r t y more than was cast at the election. T h e - t o t a l vote in the Western d i s t r i c t shows McCarthy received 025 vo'tc? a n d Snodgrass 825. of a pretty home wedding Saturday I phine B a n e t t , a lifelong c o m p a n i o n , cothean. is in the city the guest o f j The actual^ votes cast in t h e ^ W e s t evening, Nov. IS, when Miss Mayme, I To this u n i o n eleven children wero the well k n o w n d a u g h t e r of Dr. and · born, seven of whom with the widow survive, as f o l l o w s : Eugene Miller, Seattle, Wash.; Fleet Miller, Kansas; Mro 1'ishting. A demonstration of the instanetan- eous fire extinguisher will be given at the southeast c o r n e r of the square ot 3 . I J O and 7 : 3 0 . We are. all inter, ested in fire prevention. Come and se how easily it can bo done. Interstate Chemical Co , Detroit. CiU'cl of Thanks. We wish to t h a n k the n e i g h b o r s and f r i e n d s who were SQ k i n d during the illness and death of our son and brother. We c a n n o t express our ap- prccicition in words, but their kindness \ \ i l l n e v e r be iorgotten. Mrs. B. T. Butler and B u v t Butler. K. "t V. to Meet at Cameron. The Fourth District Pythian Association will meet at Cameron. Dec. 6 t h , ^as the guests of Diamond Cross Lodge. There will be a class initiation and an excellent program of frat e r n i t y work for the day and night. I BERLIN ATTACHES NO IMPORTANCE TO THE lOSSMONASIIR THW CITY IS WITHOUT ANY 1TAIMT IMPORTANCE, TEU- TONS SAY. Serbians Ar e Highly Jubilant Over the Recapture of the Ancient Serbian-Macedonian City. Berlin, Nov. 20.--"The evacuation ol.' Monastir was a mea.su.re already prepared since several days," said a special review of the Balkan fight. ing issued today. The city, it was said, was w i t h o u t any military importance. The review declared that the methods by which the city was taken was an "open avowal" f r o m the fact that original plans or Gen. Sarrail's army to join hands with the Russo-Ruman- lan forces has been abandoned for- evc;. London dispatctes say that an energetic p u r s u i t ' of the Teuton-Bul- Mrs. Cabell, b e c a m e the b r i d e of Mr Ross D. Adkins of Carrollton, Mo., ueV the Rev. Dr. Rixey of the Elm Street j Mrs. Nancy Price, Winnipeg, Canada, M e t h o d i s t church p e r f o r m i n g the c ^ r - j B e r t Miller, L i b e r t y ; Mrs. John Wal- cmony, using the b e a u t i t u l and i m _ pressive ring s e r v i c e . Mr. A d k i n s has been in the employ ol the Mil- M. Timbrook and f a m i l y and other friends. His present h o m e is in Alb a n y , Ore Mrs. A. C. Schuler will leave T day morning for Lincoln, Calif., a f t e r w , an extended'visit with her sister, Mrs by of this county and Claude a n d ) W i l l i a m Gibbs, and other relatives Miss Pixie, who reside at home. In 1 8 9 2 tho deceased moved -with l a n d friends in this city. v. axikee railroad here tor about a ' h i s f a m i l y to this, city and had since 3 ear and is well and favorably k n o w n J made his h o m e here. In his early The happy couple will reside with i l i f e Mr. M i l l e r u n i t e d with the Bap- the bride's parents for the p i e s e n t . [tist church and was a devoted chris- · j t i a n . He was a kind f a t h e r and a Mrs. R. F. Cranmer entertained the j loving husband. members ot the H. D. c l u b and t h e i r | Last A p r i l Mr. and Mrs Miller ce'- s between opposing fac-| h u s b a n d s at a s e v e n o'clock o y s t e r , ebrated t h e i r fiftieth wedding anni- tions leads to actual blows. j d i n n e r S a t u i d a v e v e n i n g in h o n o r ot versary. Testerday McDaniel took an auto-,^ C r a n m e r ' s - b i r t h d a j and Mr. a n d ) Funeral arrangoments are' v*immobile rule, c o n f e r r e d b r i e f l y w i t h I _ W m M u m p O w 0 1 ., s a n n u e r s a r y | h e l d a w a i t i n g word f r o m Mrs; Prire I A f t e r d i n n e r the guests enjoyed the j d t Winnipeg. S the I exchange ot "White Elephants." Mr. | his a t t o r n e y s , ate a, hea a n d r e m a i n e d a t h o m e d u r i n evening with h U three children. Lit- · M ower receivea the most c o m i - J tie Helen, t h e y o u n g e s t of the three, j cannot u n d e r s t a n d why "papa i s ' away I'rom home so m u c h now." fashioned ' f r i e d shirt.' " I Those who" enjoyed Mr. and Mrs Cranmer's hospitality were Mr. and Dr. A. B. McGlotan,, ex-ray expert. ^ K l s s i c k P o w e i s o n i W m. K e n t , was the first witness catted ^ | J e r r v K e n t Geo . Jones, Draper, Pop- t h o s t a t e today. Ho testified "i^ ( h a m ' Mr G . L. Cranmer and Mr. Oth I there were t h r e e d i s t i n c t w o u n d s to ' the r i g h t of a, line thru the center of the m u r d e r e d woman's f o r e h e a d [ Thg Y o u n g Matrons, their hus- McGlotan f u r t h e r testified that t h e n ; , CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE COMING FAST Pond. J T O BE A FINE DI.SPIAV IN CHII^- J/ICOTHJi! THIS SEASO.V. ' b a n d s and a few f r i e n d s were enter-1 were no scratches on Mrs. McDaniel's! t a i n e d Saturda y- n l g h t by Mr. "and "* lltl l E.u-ly" I* «ie Motto \\ ith I finger to i n d i c a t e t h a t there had j _ Barclay who were as-1 cal Mei-Uiaiir.; And They Will lieen a s t r u g g l e with a burglar. Mrs. XTcDaniel's diamond ring ^vas miss. after the murder. The state ,-itends that there was no robbery. .t t h a t the ring was taken f r o m - f : s w o m a n ' s h a n d a f t e r she was slain i n order that t h o m u r d e r e r might by Mrs. J H. Barclay, who were assisted by their daughters, France.; Louise and Marjorie. Seven tables of Auction 500 were arranged. The Bo Well Stocked. evcrj , par( . o£ Ule c o u n t r j club members who made "highl' were , eomes Ule cry o t . .. Cau - t buy Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brady. A basket any christraas goods-- m a n u f a c t u e r s onlv filled with c h r y s a n t h e m u m s was P r e - K u t o u t a l l n u t e d s u p p l y of C h r i s t m a s seoted to the f o r m e r and an ".Every- ds t h j s goason a n d that has all s t r e n g t h e n his a l i b i ,n tho theory o f ! r e a d y , . t o the latter. The guests! were Messds. and Mesdames E d w i n Switzer, Edgar Welch, Jonathan Hawley, Dr. and Mrs. Barney, Misses Botsford o^ Cameron. C r a x v f o r d . Hawley and''Mr.-Gibson. Mrs. J o n a - j stha-n Hawley and Mr. Edgar Welch m a d e the guest scores a n d received a b u r g l a r y . T h a t a burglar e n t e r e d the McDaniel h o m e t h r u the basement and m u r d e r e d Mrs. McDaniel in her bedroom on the n i g h t of J u l y 14 was declared unte.nab.le by,J,,,"«·"- Haniey, a c i r y d e t e c r i v e . witness f o r t h e state, w h o e x a m i n e d t h e basement w i n d o w t h r u which the defense claims^ a b u r R l a r e n t e r e d . H a n l p y said t h a t there was "no m a r k s in the d u « t on the w i n d o w t i l l that, would lead anyone to the belief that a person had crawled thr 1 1 it recently. He also stated that there \ \ e r e no tracks about the w i n d o w on t h o g r o u n d . been taken " And t h a t statement is absolutely true, but the fellow who is minus his regular Christmas stock is t h e m e r c h a n t who w a i t e d , u n t i l the last M. Kas B. Hamilton of Leavensvorth, head ot the H a m i l t o n glove ern d i s t r i c t shows the two c a n d i d a t e s , d l s t n c t w l l l bo m attendance. tied, while the tally books s h o w t h a t " Snodgrass received 30 more votes than was cast. Legal o p i n i o n d i f f e r as to what action can be t a k e n to clear u p t h e mistake Some attorneys says the counl has to stand as certified to the county clerk by the L l ^ i J J l l . J ' i v v i l t i U l t u t U"V i v u l i j i t t -- V . . . . . , T - r, , , J T i gar armies in retreat from Monastir A big crowd of K. P.'s i r o m over t h e i ° " Circuit Conn, in Session. The September term of the Livingston c o u n t y circuit court convened Monday m o r n i n g . The m e m b e r s of the petit j u r y panel were present. The e n t i r e day was taken up w i t h read- judges and clerks of the t o w n s h i p , j ," ng fche dockct and reseUmg date , w h i l e others c o n t e n d t h a t the book, !Qf h e a r i r l e of caes James j. Brow ,, factory in this city, is here for a short stay, looking after the interest of the factory. President Allen Mo'ore and Prof T. E. Lai! of the Chillicothe Business College returned Saturday I r o m St Louis, where they attended the Stati' Teachers' C o n v e n t i o n . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nickels and c h i l d r e n of B r o w n i n g spent S u n d a y ia the city the guests of their d a u g h ter, Mrs G Woodward. Mr Nickell is editor of the Browning Leader-Record. Azar M u r r a y , a teacher in the Daviess c o u n t y schools, was in the c i t y Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs. Jewell Miller He was en route home from a t t e n d i n g the State Teacters' m e e t i n g at St. Louis. t Mr and Mrs J E. Dorsey of Quincy, 111 , Mrs. G J. T a n n e r of M i l a n . Mo , Mrs. Wm. L G r a y of Eiden. Kas, and Mrs. J. Frank H a r r i s o n of Evanston, YVyo., attended the Cabell- A d k i n s w e d d i n g and are guests at the Cabell home. can be changed giving t h e p r o p e r vote. In case ol a tie of tu-o cancl' dates it is generally understood that a special election w o u l d have to bi held to see w h i c h one w o u l d be vic. t o r i o u J ·sheriff-elect, who takes charge of his office J a n u a r y first, was in a t t e n d a n c e a c q u a i n t i n g himself with the dutie= ot his office. i-5 proceeding according to Serbian official statements today, mentioning Gen. Sarrail's operations. The news of the deliberation of Monastir, the ancient city of Ser- Uan-Maeedtonia, has caused proud _, satisfaction and joy in the Serbian - j armies, the statement asserted. Notice B. P. O. K.lks,. I m p o r t a n t r e g u l a r meeting tonigh Members are urged fo a t t e n d . It ' Chas. P. Saner, Sec Home From State Meeting. A. R. Coburn, E. A, Sparling. G lD. M i l l e r and J. M. G i l l a t l n return- S a t u r d a y trom St. Louis where FIRST CONGRESSMAN TO TRAVEL TO AVASHINGTON IX THE AIR, GOES TODAY FLOATED SEVERAL BAD CHECKS HERE NUMBER OP 1/OOAL MKKC'KAXTS DUI'KD HY STHAXttKR. IB,! ' t h e y a t t e n d e d t h e Missouri State | Teachers' Association. The meeting I was one of the 'best held in years, I there being more than 1,000 teach- j erg present. Ira Richardson, p'resi- , d e n t of the Missouri State N o r m a l at M a r y i J l e was elected president of the association. Tho next convention will be held in Kansas City, November 17-19, 1017. won.n ESTABLISH BOR- DJSB PATROli OF AIRMEN ( B y Uiiltril r're«*. | El Paso, Tex., Nov. 20.--The es- I t a b l i s h m e n t of an aeroplane border patrol, composed oi 200 aeroplanes, is ..being considered a s a part of the Mexican border patrol scheme after the w i t h d r a w a l of G e n . Pershing's expeditionary force f r o m Mexico, according to officers oE the signal corps here Gen, Scriven, chief signal of. ficer, is no\v on the border. Yesterday he left Columbus, N. M., for Gen. Pershing's headquarters in an aero, plane. , . Gave Checks on l^etler.U Kt'se.rvi' linuk at Minneapolis--IVtameU Market! "No FmwU." Tiiko Potatoes to Clmreli. Milwaukee;, Nov. 20.--The Sunday congregation, at the Wesley Meth odist Episcopal church will not carry its offering in its pocketbook. A good sized potato- is expected f r o m every man, w o m a n and child T h u r s d a y , November n i n t h , a maii\ s | T O attends the ""service. Bushel d r i v i n g a new C h a l m e r s Six, a r r i v e i baskets w i l l be placed at the door to in Chilhcothe Trom M i n n e a p o l i s , I t " i Minn., supposedly en r o u t e to Excelsior Springs. He spent the day here n y VnMnl 1-renx.) P h i l a d e l p h i a , Pa., Nov. 20--Sergeant William-C. Ocker, U. S. Array- A v i a t o r , l e f t here shortly after two o'clock this afternoon for Washington. witlv'J'eongressmsra-eleet ,Bleak- pretty handkerchief and .deok o f ' cards. The rooms were decorated in white and pinfe ctu-ysanthetUums. A.t eleven a two course luncheon was served. VRKSIPKXT WlhSO.V TO COXKEK W I T H KAILKOAD BKOTHTSRHOOD LKAOKIW. Washington, Nov. 20.--President Wilson will confer with the f o u r railroad botherhood heads. "W. F. Stone W. G. Lee, W. S. Carter and L 13 'Shepherd at the W h i t e House ] office inspectors who say at 5 i 4 B o'clock this a f t e r n o o n . ed the conte-- "·*" BOITXD AXr GAGGED HIM- SEIjF SO THAT "HE MIGHT LAY SHORTAGE TO KOBBERS m i n u t e to buy. .Practically every ley ,, of .i Fnrmdln^iPa.. -as -has. raerchant ,in CUillicolhe, suspected a n , early closing out of h o l i d a y goods and made their purchases e a r l j . This will be one of the greatest h o l i d a y seasons in the history of Chillicothe. Conditions are right, stocks are complete and prices arc reasonable. This will be the center ol Iracle fof many m i l e s a r o u n d f o r the n e x t . w j t h J u ( J g e A d a m s o n c h a i r m a n o r t h i r t y to f o r t y days, a s the ' T r a d e i n | 1 h e , H o u s e interstate C o m m e r c e Com- Chillicothe" spirit has become ^-| n i i s l , j o n on h i s p r o p o s e d program at purchasing: a n u m b e r of articles i r o m the merchants,v giving checks on the Federal Reserve Bank of M i n n e a p o - lis, the largest one h e i n g lor ^ 2 9 . 5 0 , signed W. C. Weflin The checks were deposited in C h i l l i c o t h e and foj;waided to t h e M i n n e a p o l i s 'oank. They were lateV returned' marked ''fa'} funds." The checks .were turned orer to Chief D o r n e y who at once got into comni 1 nication with t h e M i n n e - apolis authorities. Lato Saturday. Chief Dorney received a message from the superintendent of police a t me President "Wilson is to c o n f e r M i n n e a p o l i s s t a t i n g t h a t W e f l i n was receive c o n t r i b u t i o n s , snipers, it is h o p e d , Many w'or- ill c o n t r i b u t e several potatoes. The potatoes will be placed m the baskets to tie delivered by the c h u r c h . ger, the first ··member of congress to travel to Washington by air. It was announced at the executive offices t h a t the b r o t h e r h o o d leaders came merely to pay their respect's to the president. They have been given f i f t e e n minutes just previous to the Jlie.s Word has in California. been received in this, R l C l M l d New killed BOILER EXPLORES, SIAXY ARE INJURED f l l j llnlii-il rr-»iO York, Nov. 20=--Six men were and several i n j u r e d today c:ty of the death of the Rev M. Messick, £oi,mer pastor, of . thtf C h r i s t i a n church in t h i s city. Rev. Hcssick's home was in Los Angeles, £oie'spolteTo" the high'school pupils w h e n the boiler of the tug Rambler exploded. The boat was lying at her pier in the East river. attendance, but m a n y were turned away at night. Evangelist Cole preached a great sermon, front "Covered or Confessed £in". There were f o u r additions t o » t h e _ church and m u c h interest "manifest in the-service. The musical part of the service was of the very best. The men's chorus is q u i t e an inspiration t o all who attend. The quartet sang that old negro melody "Swing Low Sweet Chariot." ' ' L .''_. Tonight there will bo special'TOUSL young ladies' quartet. Dr. ( H y t*niie! I*reH4. Des Moines, Ia., Nov. 20. -- -John Taylor, years of age, who was I p r e m e i n n o r t h w e s t Missouri d u r i n g the past year. C u s t o m e r s k n o w that in Chillicotho they will rind the right quality at best possible prices and f o u n d tied and gagged in the Boon( goQds ^ disp i a yed in such a manner Ule, la., postojfflce and told a s t o r J ' j t h a t s n o p p l n g time is greatly minim- of having been attacked by yeggs is 'reported to have confessed to the lobbery of the postoffice to cover a ? 2 0 0 shortage in his accounts. Post- they obtain- IS "PAIXK1V AT IVKPOKTAT10X OV BELGTAXS (Sly U n i t e d ITo-ii. Amsterdam, Nov. 20.--Tho Dutch M i n i s t e r at Berlin has been instructed to n o t i f y the G e r m a n g o v e r n m e n t ot the " p a i n f u l impression -which H o l l a n d has received." as a result ol the deportation to G e r m a n y of Bel. gian workmen. day. They declare that Taylor, a sou ot the postmaster, b o u n d and gagged hiniselC. SCOT/1TED FOR GOING TO A PICTVRK SHOW, A KANSAS GIRXi ATTEJKTEn STT1CJDE. SCOTCHMA.V IS ICII/tjKP 15Y VILL1STAS Cliapman, Kas., Nov. 20--Because her parents scolded her for a t t e n d i n g the p i c t u r e show c o n t r a r y to their [wishes. Stella Marts, 15 years of age, tried to kill herself with a 22 calibre ized. Local m e r c h a n t s have aliead\- made arrangements for a d d i t i o n a l salespeople dxiring holiday trading season and all customers will be taken cars of in the best possible manner. "Shop early in the day, early in the week and early in the month" is the slogan that has gone out broadcast thru the c o u n t r y It will be much easier to select what you w a n t n o w , before the rush, starts, than it will be when the various stores become more conjested. Stocks w i l l also be shown this session of congress for the pre- v e n t i o n and settlement of i n d u s t r i a l disputes and to get his views on the railroad legislation. For this reason, it is deemed likeli the brotherhood leaders will let the wanted in that city foi* the t h e f t oi the new C h a l m e r s car w h i c h fie w.1 1 driving when ho was h e i e . From this city Weflin went to B r c u k e n ndge w h e r e he purchased a siipph" of c l o t h i n g and other articles, g i v i n g checks on the Federal Reserve B a n k C a l i f , but he died at the h o m e of 11 d a u g h t e r in V i c t o r i a , Cal., w h e r e he had been visiting. Rev. Mcssick \ \ a b SI years of age at the t i m e of bis death. He left Chillicothe with 1S85. From here he w e n t l o 'Oregon state where he re- m a i n e d u n t i l 1!I08 w h e n he moved to LOT A n g e l e s . V.'c k of Whe women's society of the Bi Street M e t h o d i s t c h u r c h w i l l observe this m o r n i n g to the delight of all. Services this evening at 7 : 3 0 and no doubt there will be another large'' congregation present. President know of their personal o p - j i n g returned to the b.inks at BrecIm- position which is supported by t h e j e n r i d g e , marked "no f u n d s . " "Labor, to] Since Weflin passed t h r u h e r e several letters and cards have been received at police headquarters i n q u i r - A m e r i c a n Federation ol any legislation which will Impair | « Ins f a m i l y in 3 S S 5 . from nere ne Splendi.1 Service/ The evening preaching"hour at" the"'''" Methodist Episcopal' 'church'' yes'ter-*''' ' day was in charge of* the King's'Her'.'" *·· aid Band. § There'was a^fine audience?;"' 1 | present and 'gayje this'band' of youii'B^ ( B 1 : "|folks a very enthusiastic "lieartagr. '*'' ! - I The program was unique;' ins'truc'tive^ 0 ' ,t Minneapolis, the same as f o r t h i 3 | t h l s WPe i£ as a n n u a l week of p r a y e r , | a n f l well ren(]e rea. 'While very'en- i!I ' l! goods purchased here, the checks- he- 1 l h o schedule lor tho week b e i n g as | tertainiog It .also'exhibited t'h'e 'urtsf- 1 '"* jsionary spirit and showed very'cleaV--"^ R " ly the need' of obeying 'e 'great 'cpift- '''^ mission, ''Go Ye." their freedom to strike. RRIDfiE »YNA»aTER fO HAVE AX EARMT H 1 5 V K I N G . f H - tlnlti'il Prpit.) Washington, Nov. 20.--The Supreme Court "today granted a motion to advance For argument the case of Werner Horn, alleged d y n a m i t e r at their very best within the next few j an(1 G e r m a n array officer S. rifle. She probably will recover. , El Pa,so, Tex., Nov. 2 0 . -- Henry Clark, a Scotchman, was the foreigner killed at J i m i n e z by Villistas bandits, advices today to mining men hero stated. Clark had lived in Mexico for many m a r r i e d to a Mexican ?1 S- AVH"EAT TAKES A FIRM STAXI IN" CHICAGO AG.V1N Chicago. Nov. 20.--After low ·vears, was wo.au and opening, wheat jumped and j u s t be- f o r e noon December advanced 5c to ; May 4-5 to $1.8S 1-1; ( to ?1.5S 718. Heavy de- heavy foreign cables were days and the earlv s h o p p e r ol course will get the "benefit of complete stocks The Constitution suggests to rls many out of town p a t r o n s that they j watch these c o l u m n s closely tor the ' v a r i o u s Xmas a n n o u n c e m e n t s which will appear in the near f t u a r e . Chillicothe merchants will extend to you an invitation to inspect their stocks and will suggest, t h r u the Cons^Jtu. ution, many appropriate articles for the Christmas season. | ^nd Sewlna- wanted afto- Xov. 25. AVDI j assigned. sew in homes ly day or hour. Kvper. ience«l. Phone 1492.W. 2O-3 Watch for big holiday announce, ment of Bauer's book store, west side square. Hunters Take Xotice. We the m e m b e r s of A. S. T. A order No. 66, will prosecute anyone f a r m s . This takes Horn is accused of trying to blow up the C a n a d i a n International "bridge at the Canadian border in Maine He asked a writ of habeas corpus, claiming that the offense charged against him was a military charge and one i x h i c h c a n n o t be tried by an ordinarv c o u r t . The court assigned the case for argument January 8tli. f o l l O \ \ b t , T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n at Mrs W/n i p s o n ' b , Mrs. Mathews leader. ing about the M i n n e a p o l i s m a n , sta'- i n g he had been in those t o w n s and l e f t a number of bad checks. The bad check "habit" seems to bo j growing t h r u o u t the country. During the past few months Chillicothe, the same as other cities and towns, has suffered from an over supply of Chicago, Nov. 20.--Ultra-fashion-' l a d paper. If this work'cbnl.inuo-5 ab i e - clo °jij' n g -for women, promises to 1 the m e r c h a n t s w H l not ' accept a ^ g less ex p ens ivo than the -leadin check from a stranger in p a y m e n t o f ' l s ( y ] e s a y e a r a g 0 p i n spite of increaa. floods--they, will' r e q u i r e tho cash ' Tho merchant is running a risk m .jchecks from. ,s'tranger,s i a j . , . . , . . , - , . . - , - , ^ ^ . ^ jniSalUil, vj u x t. t W e d n e s d a y night ^ in 'conjunction TI]e f o n o % vi n s 'j s 'the pr'ograln'gtv- iu "* ith p r a y e r m e e t i n g , ' .'Mrs. .T. , v -' ~^. ' _ " ' ' '' ''^ : i - i:S1 ' ll ' iii amsey leade.-. '· ' · ^ {· S o n g--'Comins," Coming-.'" '' ' '' '·' ll!: '- w R Thursday a f t e r n o o n - at Mrs. Girclner's. Miss Alexander leader. Friday a f t e r n o o n at Mrs. S. *J. Mrs. Johnson leader.' costs for materials, members of the National Cloak, Suit and Skirt '.-'Pi'an'o Solo--tenora 1 ' Cover.' 1 ' '· n * : ' " a . Reading'--Irene''Fitzpatrick.''' iJ ( '; i!i: ; '^'gong-- "Little 'Thing's.'" '' '' ·''·""· - )!r -"* Tots Remarks--C'h'a'rles'tiunswofth-'--' ! Walter Roley, Ruth' Babb/' 5 ''"'"' ! "'' " Reading--Lei and Johns'on*.'"'" ' '"' -- Duet--Marie Davis,' 'teno'ra 1 Cover." 1 " Re'citaiio'n--DorpUiy HawliinU'''' 1 '-' "" - Piano solo--June Hawkins. '" "-'·'" Reading--Agne's Davis. " _ ' ''" ' " - Piano 'duet--June" Hawkins"'arid''* payment for goods and they are g r a d - ^ u'ally tightening 1 «P on this method, -{ vn;mu f actttrera ' Association said today Dor.othy Hawkins.'" , ' ' BEEF REACHES A RECORD PBTOE IJT KANSAS CITY. Nov 20 -- The p a i d for cat- h u n t i n s r on our Sewing Kansas City, Mo , highest price ever tie in the open market here _ j,vas paid today by Morris _"- Co., f o r ' a east of the M i l - ( c a r l o a d of beef cattle from Stockton, M hijies ; n a ii territory lying east oi ice i u u - i canoaa ui ucct ^=.^.0 ».--. . Some extra good' ones for sale a t , w a u k e e and south o, the B u r H n g t o n j ^ o . _Th e -_15 .catt,^ avapaged^l.WS bargain. Phone 13-6 or 577. 20-6 j railroad. Bounds each, and-sold at 11.75. The C nstitutlon Want Ads are winners , IS.m Members A. H. T. A. No. 66. Southeast oiS town. previous- high /mark made last week.,.. -i- was. $11.60i IjABOTWlT'.Ti- FIGHT LEG- TSTjATIOX AIMED 'AT PTtTC- ' V£:'N T TTX(5' "'FDRTfTER " 'ST RYltRS. · -vi · ' '- f,'- ( B y T Jilti-cl PTI-HX * B a l t i m o r e , "Md . Nor 20. -- The American Federation of Labor this ( a f t e r n o o n u n a n i m o u s l y adopted a resolution declaring -that--organized la-bo^ should disobey;»any injunction issuedjtor "thai purp'ose of withhold, ing .labor's .rights. .The resolatio-i said^that 'any"judg'e 'issuing such an injunction should be impeached. close of their annual 'convention and fashion show. The styles will be simpler and tho cost, of man- u f a c t u r e will bo less, they said. 1 ' Three styles of suits and three styles of coats were decreed. The Read the Constitution Want ads. simple tailored suit, the straight lino "suit and the snort s u i t w i l l he the models m suits, a n d tho clonks will be th'i motor coat, the sport coat and the top coat, knee length. - . _ Great Serriccs "at Vaptist Church. Possibly the largest Solo--Hele'n'Ford. - Reading--Doris 'Prin'gle.' "' "' ; ' '" ' ; · Dialogue--"Why ' "We Wo'rK 'For'"'' Foreign', Missions,",' Aver'y 'Ro'wTette''" Kayrene DiinswoTth',' Josephine ! MeeIcr ! ·' , Lenora' Cover, ' Helen/ WattS Sawyer lottie 'Way, Garnet Pitzp ' " ! i n ' l w rick, Mrs. Geo. B'u'nswpTth:'' · Readins-7-ColIee'n PalTA'."*^ 1 *'-'' '"''· - song--'O'ZioiTHaste. ' " " - · ' · - Prayer--J.' R'. 'Harpe'r!' """"'' -'·'··~ i "' The ,'k'ing's ^Herald' Hand' is t=vv- porting Miss^'JosepJiine 1/eirs, Foreign ongregation i Missionary it 'Kh'andwa,' India.- ' · · ' ' · that ever assoTMb.led- at. the " First A very'liberal offering was receive-', B a p t . s t church" came last evening, j ed which the Herald Band TMl^appi ". The m o r n i n g service had-been of a ' to the building, ot a school ,-ery u p l i f t i n g character, with good, China. EWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free