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   Moberly Daily Monitor (Newspaper) - July 21, 1914, Moberly, Missouri                                VOLUME 42 TUESDAY JULY 21 1914 MOBERLY MO NUMBER 162 You have heard of Eye Openers The Grealcsl liyeOpencr in Moberiy was when Hie Peoples Laundry produced Soft water lor washing We have increased our business and our plant is equipped to do all the Laundry in Moberiy We want laundry if you have it PEG PL AUNDRY You too will like rrhc Peoples Way An Attract Display of Silverware UT Tir I SCHOOL EUEC TION GALLS FORTH SMALL VOTE A rich but niinplo ojoganco ohur 508 tho oilvorwaro wo aro now displaying Thoro aro doiionH of b0autiful piocofl wrought by design Upon oach piooo tho taato of tho moot ronowiod flilvorHinitlui of tho worldhas boon oxpondcd i r 213 Rood Stroct iToTMcPHEETERS Licensed Em balmer AN 11 Funeral Director Ten ViMirn Aotual lOxperieneo Scii Juanmtood Satisfaelory Azdell McPheclers InilJoationH Aro Tlnit Bond IHHUO RequiringTwo Thirdn Ma jority Hcitt Been Beaton huliealions al an early hour thitj afternoon wore I hat the pro posed issuance of bonds in the amount of for the repairs and improvement ol iho various sultol biiildintfn in Iho eily haw beeu VbOoalod carry the bond issue must luivn a inajoriiy of twothirdn of HirrolusuKHJOnly a liKht vote has boon polled jiultfhifr from inlormalion obtainable and in all with the exception of tluvIliiid ward the vote has been about equally divided Alolioh rows was hero from Mark today transuding business and visiting friends Iliono W A B LITTLE Real Estate Loans and In surancc NOTAHYIMJHMC ii Mil SPECIAL 26 IDS Sugar for with Order or Coupon Book STOOPS SOU Phone 235 220 N Clark WABASH HAS THREE DERAIL MENTS IN ONE DAY Wore Overturned at Mal vorn and OthorB Daiailed in Local YardH A I oclock yesterday a liter AVjibasb JroiKlifc lniin No 7 jjitfino No tilfiS in charge of Jondnctor Kills with Engineer Lweomb at Urn throttle derailed onr ears a I Malvern Jowa One Miipty refrigerator cm was tnrnor over as was a ear ol oal and two other roirlgorator were partly turned ovor he derailment was caused by a frame breaking under the forward refrigerator ear and the Icrailed ears bloekod the main rack A swiieh was built around Hie wroek and Ira ins wrro abb to nt 1 I oclock last nitfiil The omled eoal oar was broken np but I he coal was reloaded with Iit loss Litflil damage AWIS lone to two of I lie refritforator ars and anothor was badly dam itfod The nude was lorn up for six rail lengths The wrookor was eall out from Stanberry and olear Iho track Passenger train No I was delayed one and omhalf luiiiM and No ll throe hours and ihirty minutes The second derailment ooour il nl 1 LJJ nVIook ihis morning between the M Island T frcight ami Iho shoolaetory Sec ond No engine No in of Conductor M U1 lOvans and Kiitfiueor derailed an AT 1C and T furniture oar load id with VohSelos No 7 was do 15 ininutos crossing from inbound to iho onlbound Iraclc The daiuatff to Iho derailed car und I rank was No one was injured The Moberiy wreekcr romounl tlii ear on Mio track The third derailment oerurrod at Olallonthis aricrnoon shortly before 1 oelook Several ears wore derailed hut no one hurl The Moberiy wrecker was Milled out lo clear I lie traek A nsl Take a Look A BUGGIES HARNESS they will interest yon for they arc of the latest j styles made by the leading factories of the country and onr prices are so low yon are snre to buy Come in any time yonwill always be wel come whether yon wish to bny or not We Will be pleased to show yon NEGRO THREAT ENEDHIS WIFE WITH A RAZOR CharloH Scott Lmit Niglxt Will Be Tnod Before Judge A C4 Qliidnoy CHILDREN NOT ATLANGTONS FUNERAL Hulda LangtonsSon and Daugh ter NotInformed of FatherB t poatlv at Time ABOUT BOY WHO WAS HIS PAL v Georgo Vance Serving Term In WABASH TO ISSUE SIXTEEN MILLION IN CERTIFICATES The inhoront love of the for a raxor as a weapon of Htruwtiou or as tin may ho was rcHponsihl e for OharloH Soott oolorod landing in jail last night Seott was arrest ed when complaint was made that he had threalonod to kill hi wily and a koon was found in 1m pockets whon ho was Koarohod at iho oily jail Tilt police say more or less com plaints have eomo to Ihein during tho past two weeks concerning the nORro and they have hoen for him hut until hint 5 t I night coidd find him Ho prohahly will ho tried before Tudgn CJladney this afternoon Will Attorhorry the negro who struck Jims Tnruor oolorod on the with a soda pop hnttle dangorously injnring him is still ii jail Inst what disposition will hf made of his ensihas no htormined Jolioo Judjie TiilJord eontrnds hat should ho liolon him while I lie county anthoritifs maintiin Attorhorry should be tried on a I charge of assault with intont to Attorneys Hunter and Chamiur of thin aiO jn receipt ol a Jotter from Koy Gubbage an at torney ol Moinos who is sociated Avith them in looking a Lor of Mrs Maude IliggljjHTjangtofi in the estate of i deceased in wliichj tho Hotter states that bniig ns his first wire uere not told whore the funcral would be held and that tliey wore hoartbrokn over ihcir fathers death HulrlnKay foaVigtoii was noli ol death by the woman claiming to be Mrs Maude HiggiuH The latter liWevcv did not toll wheie Mie funloral wouldho hold MS at that time she didnot know Mrs VioWl lloese LnngLon of Moburly mcMinO fco take charge of tho body Mrs iMaudo Biggins arrivodi henfrom T3os Moimjs a few hours after Mrs Violet Roose Jjangtou had dopartod for Fnrnk Tori ind with bangtons ro maiiKs Uurial was made there less than IOO inilcs from tlio homo of chilclren tlie lat ter wore not notified aeeordintf lo Tluvletter with tho i i ii i ri fitifi ii oensed iliave returned to their home in MoOroiy Ark Mrs Violct UOoso re lurncd to Moborly today She is rcgishired at Iho Morelumts hotel and when asked by a Monitor re she would make a stato nient vepliod I will make no statement whatsoever II is rumored today that a will was loft by Mr Lnnglon Tliej provisions of the will oan not Im learned uor can the rninor ho oauj firmed as lo its being 1ound Railroad RumorB Unoffioially it is stated that the Wabash will about Angnst 1st I a let over thai part of the Katy botween Hannibal and Mfoborly H will b remembered that this said last spring when tho chief enginoor for the YVabaVn made a trip by auto Irom this eity to MViborly ostensibly going over a line olsurvey for the Wa huHli that it looked like ibluff aiihed at the Katy lo oneessions and that what it amounted to The Katy not to hi wont before Congress pinmission to build a bridge across Mississippi river a I Hannibal thus giving that road an outlet to Chicago So it will be seen thai one raiK road oan run a bluff as well is another And again if the Bur lington buysthe AVnlniKli between Moberiy and Kansas City it may iiieludo the track between Mober iy and llanniibal in whieli event tho proposed new lino from Mon roe City to Moborly will rest as it is This railroad game in a funny game when its played loe City news Joe Ilunolt the popular young drug elerk at the T II Tones More is baek a I work afler a lay off nf several weeks on aeeount siekness loe speni the time at his former horn near Iuekliu nnd I he ehango to have lieen he right medieino judffintr by Penitentiary Asks tain Pen and News Sevoral Avoekrt atfo when 1ivo stoves wore filtered in Mils and rohboci Mio polieo arrosiod u JD3U1 named George Vaneo and u bov who Avns his con forlorn to Viinuci nnulo ovaryeffort possi lo save his pal irom a term in prison and took the blame for iho robbery upon his own should ers However tho boy confessed Unit bo was implicated in the biiptflarios Vance plead ml tfnilty to tho1 in tho oirenit court and was KontonocHl to the ponitonitary After ho had boon lakon io JoJ IVrson Oily iho boy who was bis companion was son I to his homo in Mississippi i This morning Ohml Minion cvivod a Itll oi from VJIIKM ion in iho ponilentiary in whioh Yaimo asks Tor informal ion on iMvnintf Mil1 boy Ho oxprossod liio I opo thai tho lad has bocn soul homo ami Mia ho was now load ing an upright lawabidintf lilo Vanoi also than Iced iho of floors for courlosios ended him while in their onstody and stated ho meant to servo his lime out a Avhimpor and when nleasMl obey tho law lie wound up his letter by ask ing the Ohiol to send him a Ionn tain pon whioh ho said he had in his poclcftt when lie was soarehorl jiftor his arrest fhiof Minion will forward tho Charged With Theft Vinco Tomilson colored was arrested last night on a warrant issued from Judge CJladneys of fice him with the I heft of a gold watoh I to will bo tried in Judge Gladney s eourl Miss Alma Smilh of Moberly is a Hnestat the Aloinorshagon honu for a days Miss Smith has been attending the Howard Iayno Oollotfo at Vayotto Mo and is i row enjoying a vacation Chill i olhe Constitution Try a Monitor Want Ad New Receivers Certificates to bo Bxcrangecl for Those Due August 1 An ordoi by United States trict K 13 Adams vesting in KdwardB Pryor receiver of the AVahash Raihoad authority to iNsuo in receivers eorti ficates vcduemable 1 was filed yesterday in the United States District Court Iho order authorixos Pryor to issne in cortitieates to be exchanged with thepresent holdersof eertillieates and 000 additional certificates bear ing b per cent interest duo August 1 1015 The certificates aggregating are rodeomahle prior 10 maturity onthirty days notice nt par and with aoerued interest Mnd if redeemed lefore February 1 thoy will boaf o I per oont preinium The order stales dial the hold ers of the present uor lifieales whieh August 1 rf I his year aro roonested to ex ebango their papers for new ones In return they will receive inter ns for six inonllns duoXngust 1 nmI a premium olH per cent for making the exchange The pro coeds of tho certificates as oi ohliga tioiifl nnd iiifcerost the eortifi Jnty 17 a t Wootlstock Ar1f whereJm1jjo Adams is spending the summer Receiver Salicitor f the YVabash JI liairmsin Winslow S Pierce of the Wabash Reorganisation Onu miltee and a representative of KuhnLorl CoiHpaiiy baidcers present at the meeting To Select Judges The men who will act as judges in Hie primary election August r will ho selected at the meeting oflhe Bounty court to be hold hi llunisville Tomorrow RICH WEDDING PRESENTS are what we are showing in the line of Jewelry of Cut Qlnsswnro Spoons for use or a long list or other artisticuse ful articles AVe have also a beau tiful lineoC FINE CHINA WAEE always a dainty and acceptable gift Prices to fitall purses The Jeweler 315 Reed St t iujnin i ii if IT f i Mr and Mize who have been spending their moon in Keutuckyretnrned list night to their They by Hixes brother and mister ofCave Kv who will be their guests for several wcelcs The Basis For n pair of Glasses to bo satis factory they must be ground t from a correct formula For the qnnula to be correct it must bo based on a thbrougli ex amination of your oycs Our perfectly cquipper opticar department together with our own lens grinding plant enables us to give you per optical service at all times is about outdone and got No chargccl at fiale prcio during snlo at Too Mnllcnn Mrs J Q Snell has returned from a months visit with her Mn Kniison and Avife in St Louis Sure You Attend Levys o o DISCOUNT And Supply You Every Want at a Saving A DOLLAR SALE THIS WEEK Ladies Automobile CoatLadies and Misses Wash able Suits and DressesLadies and Misses Oxfords and PumpsLadies Misses washable woolstotsotto items GO   

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