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BE8CBTJE8 GEftLMY OF STATE
WANT T TEACH CUMA1
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to Ornatee Seasel M.raUae.
j. s. Moore, geaeral seeretary at
the Y. M. a A. here, has Jwt received J lieateef i theaet W
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the Student Volunteer Moreawat for
foreign Missions of New York, asking
for applications for a place as ceaa
nerclal teacher to organize a school
In Peking, China. The letter follows:
"It is proposed to start a school la
..Peking in which the following aab-
Jects will have a place: Accoantlng,
insurance, trade advertising, hanking,
commercial geography, commercial
history, commercial law, business
management and general subjects.
"A man who could organize and de-
itnn ttirt a antirwtl lei asmIwaI
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In the commercial development of the
. This will be the only school of
s Kind in remng ana, in me opinion
of everyone consulted, Is very much
"A man of sterling christian char
acter, interested In the missionary
aim of the work with which he would
be associated, is required. He should
understand stenography in addition to
the subjects mentioned above.
"An unmarried man, who can go
out for at least three years at the
beginning, should be selected.
"In addition to a salary equal to
that provided for other missionary
workers, living quarters are provided
and traveling expenses In both direc
tions will be paid.
"Applications, with full Information
regarding applicant's training and ex-
gfence, should be sent to Mr. Wilbert
TFSmith, COO Lexington avenue. New
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most Interesting states! Mr- Wilson. "It Is
hams that win the
STOCK-JUDGING CONTEST SOON
Fear Medals to Be Awarded to Short
The annual stock-Judging contest
for the short course students will be
held this year at the close of the
..second term. Those men who are
eligible to the contest are the sec-
Md-year men who have completed the
iaourse in live stock judging given
here. Four medals will be given to
'the winners, only one of these being
a duplicate of those that were award
ed before The other three are new
als. The medals to be awarded
i The Holland Percheron Mcda! is a
'fold medal, valued at $50, given by
,CkarIes Holland, Springfield, Mo.,
IhVeeder of Percheron horses, to the
ataaent winning the highest number
at points In judging horses and
The Bellows Shorthorn Medal Is a
(old medal valued at $10, given by
Bellows Bros.. Maryville, Mo., breed
ers of Shorthorn cattle, for the best
ledge of beef cattle.
The Sherwood Hampshire Medal is
a gold medal, valued at $10, given by
Frank Sherwood, Shelbyville, Mo.,
breeder of Hampshire sheep, for the
best judge of all classes of sheep.
The Neef Onto Improved Chester-
Whl(e Medal Is a gold medal, valued
at $10, given by John H. Neef, Boon
Tflle, Mo., proprietor of the Riverside
herd O. I. C. hogs, for the best judge
at hogs, both market and breeding
will call for your
,xi S. 7th. Phone 745
X F. T.Imhi TeB. ins
Section Ware Settfei Tint
P. V. Emerson, instructor la geol
ogy at the University, la the author
of a bulletia oa-, the geography of
Mlsaoarl which will be tasaed soon
is mainly for thoae hn t., ..a
cant study on the geography of the
"The object of the bulletia la to
awaken Interest la the geography of
one 01 1
irom a geographical point of Tlew,
and to increase the appreciation aad
study of the content of Mlsaoarl geol
ogy," says Mr. Emerson.
The geology of Missouri la first
discussed in the bulletin. The dlfer
ent kinds of rock are described;
erosion and glaclatlon is explained.
The extremely fertile soil along the
river bluffs ta said by the author to
be a fine dust derived from the river
deposits and by the wind.
The Ozarks, the prairie land, the
Mississippi lowlands in the southeast
part of the state and the river low
lands are described as the physio
graphic provinces of Missouri. Par
ticularly Interesting among these are
the Mississippi lowlands,1 for here is
shown an example or stream capture.
After considering the soils, mineral
deposits and climate. Professor Emer
son tells of the early settlements in
Missouri. The alluvial belt and .the
the loess naturally were early settled,
he says, but the lead region of the
Ozarks waa also settled at an early
date. By 1810 the Mississippi flood
plain below St Louis was settled by
an agricultural population. The set
tlers did not move steadily" up the al
luvial lowland, but jumped to the fa
mous Boon's Lick country." The
different reasons for the development
of cities are given.
The bulletin concludes with a con
sideration of the manufactures in the
state. The rapid growth of the man
ufactures Is attributed to the good
transportation facilities, power and
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Cared Meat Caatest Awards Seat Oat
ay Baard at ApjeaJtara.
One haadred dolors U prises to the
wlaaera la the haia aad bacoa show
waa seat eat by the State Board of
Agriealtare today. Tweaty-Ive dol
lars was seat to N. R. Wllllama of
Columbia, who won the first prize m
the ham contest T. ,B. Ingwersoa of
Bowling Green received a like prize
for the best piece of bacoa.
B. o. Weller of Plattaburg received
$15 as second. place la the ham con
test, and a D. Williams of Jackson,
$10 for third place. W. H. Charters
of Butler won $15 for the second
bacoa prize, and T. A. Nelson, Sr.,
the third bacon prize of $10.
The contest will be held again next
year, according to-T. C. Wilson, sec
retary of the Board of Agriculture.
"Now Is the time for the farmers to
begin to prepare for the contest," said
prizes. At the
show just passed several of the beet
looking hams were thrown out be
cause they were still green. It is
necessary that the meat be thoroughly
cured, and this takes time. It should
be carried over, be what is called old.
I am urging the farmers to begin the
curing of their meat right now. It
will then be about right by this time
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. Ta lMan a-
t Haekadera, laatractor la
haahaadrr.r'aad R. R.Hadle-
oa, aaajataat In agroaoaay, left Col
aW the; first of the week for 'Hay
weed, Mo4,t0 deUver a-series' of lee
turea before a farmers' short coarse.
Waael Seada Fanen Debatiag Clab
W. T. Waael waa elected president
of the Farmers: Debating Club last
alghL The other officers are: Vice-,
president F. L. Daley; treasurer,
Justus H. Harsh.
Methodist Bioiherhood te Meet
"The Relation of the Church and
the Student," will be the subject of
discussion at a meeting of the Metho
dist Brotherhood Thasoay night The
speakers will be C. J. Walker, J. A.
Stewart, the Rev. C. W. Tadlock, Prof.
F. F. Stephens and R. H. Llmbaugh.
The women of the church will serve
luncheon. Dean F. B. Mumford is
president of the brotherhood.
Additional Claaslied Ads.
TO RENT Nice southeast room.
716 Missouri avenue. Phone 528
FOR RENT Second semester, one
$15 room, one $14 room. Also half
room $7. Meals $4 a week. Phone
900. Pemberton HalL (d3t)
POSITION WANTED By an experi
enced, reliable stenographer. Refer
ences furnished if desired. Address
Lock Box 344. Salisbury, Mo. (d5t)
MALLEABLE RANGES 1913 New
Model aluminum steel body, three wall,
guaranteed not to rust The best
made at Palmer and Johnson's. (d6t)
HOUSEHOLD GOODS And cloth
ing wanted. J. F. Miller's second
hand store, Ninth and Walnut Call
and see the bargains, or phono 70S
Of Old MiMouri.
A University seal riag is a
constant reminder of col
The seal k small, neat and
attractive. The riag is
plain. The design speaks
quality. We have them m
both satin finish starling
silver and in gold.
The sterling ring is $1.00
the gold oae is S3.00.
LIVERY-for all occasions.
- PHONE '90.
E. G. DAVIS dV SON !.
When in St Louis, all Columbia People Stop'at
All Rooms have Private Bath Rates 1.50.
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The Uoiversitw. Dininc;
Ckb anaXafeteria me our breai..
B. Gentsch, Bdccr
20 N. 9th. 882-Red
In a Hurry?
Remember, The Cafe
teria is famous for
No tiresome waiting
for someone to bring
your food just get
what you want from
the counter and eat it.
WHY You Should Smoke a
XKS. BROADMEAD IS BUSIED
Ser. W. W. Elwaac Ceadaetsj
Faaeral The Pallbearers. .
At the funeral of Mrs. O. C. Broad-
head yesterday afternoon, the honor
ary pallbearers were, J. C. Jones, O.
B.fl Rollins, T. C. Wilson, L. M. Switz
ler. Judge James C. Oillespy, J. C
Whltten, B. F. Venable, E. W. Steph
ens. C. B. Rollins and Walter Wil
liams. The active pallbearers were, W. W.
Garth, Jr., R. B. Price, Jr., Irvln
Hockaday, W. E. Smith, Dr. C. W.
Dlgges and James H. Moss. The Rev.
W. W. Elwang preached the funeral
714 Broadway1. Phone 288 Black
IF TOUR WATCH
bring them to Henninger's where
they will be repaired by experts
aad returned to you in perfect
we 1 wiiireg- Tjenninrer's
Masic for all occasions
Phones 402 Green or 271
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Gao. P. James, District Puseaaar
Anst of the Atlantic Coast Lines, at
Washington. D. C, says :
"J'm a great admirer of Tuxedo.
IPs cool, pleasant to the taste, and
has the hapfy faculty of keeping my
brain 'clear for action' ."
MILD tobacco is soothing, restful, health-
nil. Strong tooacco irritates ana may
Tuxedo is the ideal tobacco. It is the mildest
tobacco yet rich and has a delicious flavor and
You can smoke Tuxedo all day lone pipeful
after pipeful without making yourself nervous.
Tuxedo can't bite your tongue or irritate the deli
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because in Tuxedo every unpleasant feature has
been removed by the famous "Tuxedo process" of
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Manrice Farkoa. whose fine tenorrolca
Is beard to inch advantage In toe Snubert
production. The Merry Conntess" says:
"Many fellow singers have com-
plained to me that tobacco smoking
hurts their voices. My answer in
variably is that they don't smoke
Tuxedo. I DO, and I never have
any voice trouble. Tuxedo is the
Vsa The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and CigmftU
Every new, good thing is imitated. Tuxedo
was born ;n 1904, and is the original m its field.
Since 1904 many imitations of Tuxedo have,
been created. Not one of them has come within
gunshot of the secret process which makes Tuxedo
ie pleasantest, healthfulest smoke in the world.
Compare the imitators with Tuxedo '.'look at
them, ana note the lighter, milder color of Tuxedo;
smell them and note the marked superiority of the
odor of Tuxedo; moke Tuxedo in comparison with
them and you will feel a difference in taste so
sharp that you will never again smoke anything but
Test Tuxedo by smoking it for a week. At the
end of the week your nerves wilLbcsteadier, your
health will be better and you will have had the
most enjoyable smoke week of your life.
L. Letaax. AuJstiAt KaetoiT of Ska
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and strain. I know of no belter
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