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   Moberly Daily Monitor (Newspaper) - December 10, 1913, Moberly, Missouri                                V5 f V JC tJt Vy VOLUME 4l WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1913 MOBERLY MO NUMBER 283 tart Just dont have any wash day at all this cold weather Keep the steam out of the house by having every bit of the washing done at THE PEOPLES Start now PEOPLES LAUNDRY PHOXKTE S8 Mooting1 Hold Last Night Was An Enthusiastic tho Main Topic t Every Girl Longs for a Toilet Set You would have to look for t Gift that would delight her more Made of tho Best Sterling Sil vcr Silver Phitc and Ivory In chid OH a hand mirror hair brush comb manicure Hcissors nail file and politthor aaul other articlcH indiflponfiiblo to Miladya toilet to remind you that during those busy dayn tho convenient time to ahop in before noon Wo Bhal 1 do our best to give you a prompt service If you arc not roady to in and lot UH not one aaido for you Opera Glasses AND Carpenters JEWELER 599 213 Reed 10 FT V ATTORNEYATLAW If You Hire Mo Once You Will Always Want Mo Office Corner Hood Williams Streets Captured in Canada ShorilT Tom A Wide IIHH re uriiod to Sholhyvillo with Kvor tt liylanVI who WIIH capturod in Canada liylund in harmful with allaolfinK Cntaiium nortli of OlariKO 1H 1012 Uo was out on bond and when hn WHO was callod for trial bn eould not be round While in Canada liyland bv tlirj naino of Goo K Allon Affliclc mado a Hoandi for his prisonop and landed hint by clover work A reward of to Iho iff for niptnring Uyland Lorgnettes Make Useful Xmas Gifts SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Special Groceries 3 0 10 0c Pepper 2 for a boxes Searchlight Matches 10 bars Soap2G J cans Peas25 20 poumln Sugar 25c llolled Oats 20 UrciilclaHt BrooniM19 To in to OH per bu OOo find HEDGES VICTOR 520 Reed Street Phono 060 The Moberly Commercial Club met last night in regular weekly KCHRton the principal object of tho mooting being to continue A dis cuHsion of obtaining movewater for Moberly The committee on reservoirs mndo report AVI Greenland chairman of tho committee speak ing for Iho committee Ho report ed that Jio lnu1 made several sur veys ol prospective sites getting his start from the Government surveys A number ot places for reservoir places arc available ho said but none were designated1 until some definite action was ready to be taken Tho wntercommittee was in structed to get options on sites and con Per with tho mayor council and later present tho matter in some tangible form to tho city administration Tho club is desirous that the council and it work in perfect harmony in re gard to this matter A committee may later be ap pointed to confer with the Wa bash in regard to inducing it lo go into au arrangement whereby it will hear a part of tho contem plated cosl of the work oil getting another big reservoir Fifty dollars raised to pay tho clubs indebtedness to the State Boostcis Association Two now members were added to the dvib roster Messrs Mc Pheotors and Pete Carroll A number oi good talks were made hist night and the spirit in evidence was one of optimism and good fellowship Woll Known Gejts a Judgment AgainstyPair Asso ciation for Work Done UEIM HALE WED IN KANSAS The case of Bitter Son con tractors builders against the Moberly Fair Association was tried at Paris and today a jury gave tho verdict for Tho costs of tho suit will be paid bythe defendant This suit is the outgrowth of tho work done in tho big grand stand from Kansas City and reorccting ifc Jioro Bitter Sou took tho contract to replace the stand hero just as it was in Kansas City AftQiKthc work had done the fair association ob jected to the way part of tho world was done nncl refused pay ment Mr that his contract up to and then sued for the amoujnt due hinru This he claimed to bo about The filed a counter claim for alleg ing to have lostftbat amount by non perform and money spent stand in proper shape Attorneys Wlightand HampJlothwell repre sented Mr M J Lilly a nd Frank McAllister represented Lho defend ant S The verdict isj said to bo satis factoryto wjio felt that as builders of tho best standing was affected by the allegation that they had failed in the performance of their tlic fair associatio7i Moborly Man Succumbed to Long Illness at His Homo 1107 Bond Street A Fine Ttirkey Dinner Tho Ladies dd Sofeicty of the Con trnl Christian1 ehurch today held a turdcteyv dinner and tonight At oclock last night Molvin B Hale 59 years old died at his home 1107 Bond street af ter a lingering illness Mr Halo had been a resident of Mobcrly about six years Hewas a member of the Baptist church the Modern Woodmen and tho Painters Union and was highly esteemed by all who knew him Ho is survived by his wife three sons Floyd Harry and Vic tor Hale of Mobcrly five daugh ters Mrs G S Cormack of Ne vada Miss Jennie Hale St Louis Mrs JE Stone Kansas City Mrs 0 B Shirley andMiss Ev elynHalo of Mobcrly three bro thers C P Hole of Spokane Washington Goo P Hale Mem phis Mo and F W Hale of Mo herly and three sisters Mrs Clarence Ragsdalc and Mrs H D McMostcr ojc Moberly and Mrs Arthur Stoininger of Los Angeles Gal Funeral services over the re mains will bo held at 10 oclock Friday morning conducted by the Rev B G Miller and burial will be made in Oakland ceme tery Expired on Wabash Passenger Train No 9 at Contralia Yesterday An unknown years old died man about 70 on Wabash pas senger train No 9 shortly after 5 oclock yesterday afternoon as the train ncarcd Ccntralia The man had gotten on the train at St Louis Shortly after leaving the Mound City he com plained of bcng Conduc tor Hccoxwho was in charge of tho train gave him every atten tion possible Hi ticket was to Medford Oklahoma Near Ccntralia Conductor He cox went back in the train to see his patient and found that he was dead The body yas turned over to the authorities at Ccntralia and is being held for identi fication XmasGift Suggestion Lyric Orchestra Dance Thurs day night December llth Ad mission 50 centsExtra Indies free d3 RAILROAD NOTES Claude Ross has accepted a clerical position in office of Chiclf Dispatcher OLenry and entered upon Ins new duties yes tern ay Conductor J Brnkcman W S Lauglin and Richardson are Made a Record hom Lodger T T from Chicago Johnson whore lie Utonded tho Fat Stook Show the artfOHt of ils kind in tho world nul brolco tho world H record for iaHt soiling by auctioneering off me at a linio 105 head of fiiKcal in 00 While at UM show ho mld J2 car loads of Ho sold tho singlo sUer hat brought M fonts and tho ugliest prioo and tho car ho sold or was sold tho bird highest Jack AVI loarts in toda Korrigan oC Back to Lifo at tho dl Carriage and Auto Robes and Shawls ii The good warm kind You look cold without one while driving in either Carriage Buggy or Auto Come and get yours Dr Thos P JForo of Brookfield And Miss Bess Griffith of of Keniok Wod Tuesday In tho lisi ol niarriatfo licenses issued in KnnsaM City Tho Jour nal ycMtordny gave the names of Dr M of Brook nncl Miss BCHS Griffith 28 ol Honiclc TJioy were married in tho Bnltimoro Jiotcl in Kansas City Tuesday Dr and Mrs Foro will mnko their homo in Mioolc field Tho brido IH tho daughter of Mrs D rjiiffith ol llonick nncl formerly livod lioro being em ployed as a trimmer in a local millinery establishment She ifi n protty and vivacious young whoso many Mobcrly will bo glnd to learn of her liappincSH Foro ono of tho best known phymeiaiiH in Linn oonn ty Uo han built up a large prac tice in and around Broolcficlrl and JH highly esteemed by all of his acquaintances will servo Dinner and supper served tomor 4v v t v row i The dinners served by these la dies are famous for their high quality and tho dinner today was no exception fto the rule It was all that could l be asked and tho menu was replete with the deli cacies of tho season Bo sure talco KUjjper will tho ladies tonight m id dinner anc super A fino display ol fancy work is also on sab anc many nice Ghristmns presents can bo secured The Gift Store We arc showing this year a won derful Stock of Beautiful Wares i suitiiblo for hristmas Presents Public Notice tho undersigned merchants not to open our place ol H a I nighl until Monday Dcoornbor 22d Dry Goods Go Torrill Bros Top W Million if onry Tjovy Co T 8 TioworH ROM IJuion Wool on MillH poi0 K Koth 7fliHon Ktrin Co Diok AloMiiug Co Clothing Co I B Moionovr Grand To Keep Stores Closed A petition is being circulated today by clerks in the various stores asking that the stores he kept closed at night until Decem ber 22 Thopetition is being nu merously signed and when it has boon presented1to all those inter ested will bo presented to store owners for their inspection Tho clerks facl that it is un necessary to keep the stores open a I nights until tho daio mention ed for all Christmas shoppers to mnko their purchases To I wilt bo at tho Banta Mobci Thursday Friday and Saturday with tho lax books This will be tho last opportunity to pay os without coming to Huntsvillo Pay your taxes while it is con venient JOE K1KBY Ki County Collector If Ii Gillfillau Roy B Koth it CJhriMly II W Jrort AloxaiidoriJ Vaoatlon hrcd AI nx a ml or tho windy Mfilufimmi and ol for own Jin Mjnmd liln Clirisitrnmi vacation with moth or ami otlior rolatlvow and old PrifMflM fWI will doubUwjM put in n good VvoivlM for Mohnrly Mio liowl own in Hi H B whilo a nrjfl a i in fOJJJinotion with t at itlllo wtoro noxt JDouombor 1J dG A Coincidence liaok iu 1887 tho town oP dry in a local option Tho dry majority at that WIIM Monday Maoon ulll again votod dry and by a ooiuoi tho dry majority is tho MMUIO HH ili wan in 1887 HO volCM Phoro nonw lalkoj tho wol ug tho olootion ho olootion o I 1887 teon and tho courts hold it to boon illoKnl Tho town han had HiiloouH IVnn To I will bo tho TJanIo ol Mobor Thurfuloy and BttUMdny with Iho booltri will be Iho oorUiwlt to pny UMUKKLLAS CUTGLASS ART CHINA HAKING DISIIKS CHAFFING BIUSS GOODS on tho lay off list Brakeman G Lucas has resum ed work after a short ay off To Taxpayers I will be at Mobcr Thursday Friday and Saturday withtbc tax books This will be the lastVojpjibrtunitysto pay tax es without coming to lluntsvillc Pay your taxes while1 it is con venient 13 Chafing Dishes Made in nrniiy styles and sizes iu nickel copper mid silver Equipped with tho Alcolito Burner Alcohol Gas Stovo n powerful burner that can ba used with pot style coffee per colator or cny rango cooking utensiL Also furnished desired with the Ivory Enameled Food Pan FOR ftAUC BY YOUNG The JeAveler 315 Reed St STORE OPEN Conductor Muldrow Killed Conductor William Muldrow of the ShelbyNortlnvostern rail road was killed in a Avrjck at tho Shclbyvjllc Junctioja about nine ocbck Tuesday morning Xho JOEKT County Collector OA SSKUOLDS rKKCOLATOKS JUSHKS AMD ARTISTIC CLOCKS 1n this store you will bo sure to find something to pipage you Ben Deerlngf Is Dead OTTO BURKLUND 304 Reed St Jeweler WAUASH WATCH INSPECTOR Ben Dcering who for many years had charge of the Press Bu reau of the Republican State Committee died at his home in Webster Groves Monday Hehad been in a rundown condition brought about by overwork Mr Dccring was 50 years old j Change of Venue In the case of Summers vs Towlcs which was to havobcczi tried at the term of court now be ing held in Huntsvillo anappli cation for a change of venue has been made train was fivQ cars ahead1 v of the engine Shclbyville Just before reaching tho switch trucks of a car corn oil which Earl tlie ere standing car luirncdHurtle clownTa em bankment Johnson theCfiivMuldrowiunipcd the opposite side t and was pinioned betweentthc trucksHe is well L in this Plan TOOAcro Suburban Tract Seven land owned by Marshall f Qwion and A II lying southeast of Columbia across tho Hinkson will next spring bo the market as a sufiurban addition to Columbia The tract Kvill bo im proved and sold in five ten and twenty acre tracts under special building restrictions Tribune 1STO JLT nfi wjlJioul coming to Pny ymjr UIXOM whiln it el County Collocior 3Ittryo Butbanks of Hig boo a Moborly aboppor todny We offer you the advantage of making your selec tions from the cleanest stock of novelty goods ever as sembled in this city and we can give you the assurance that the quality and style of any article you mayselect measures up to the highest standard so be sure arid make your Holiday headquarters here Of Ladies Misses Coats Suits Skirts Dresses Waists and Furs Owintf to some alterations ve are make in our Readyto Wear Department we are determinedto close out every garment segardless or cost within the next thirty days Remember this will be a genuine sale and we ask you to come ana see how much more your money will buy than elsewhere v   

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