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BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
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they will be repaired by experts
W0 reiumeu 10 you in perfect
We will reg
D. M. Mayes of Hallsvllle was here
jesierday on business.
Miss M. Brown went to Ftrmino ala.
tion yesterday to visit
J. L. Cavins or Murry. Mo., went to
Browns Station yesterday.
T. H. Early of Centralis war in rn.
Iumbia on business yesterday.
M. Patterson 6f Hallsvlllp v in
Columbia yesterday on business.
Mrs. M. 11. Glbbens of Christian Pol.
lege was in Kansas City yesterday.
HERE FROM DENMARK
TO SEE C, H, ECKLES
Lars Frederiksen and K. G.
Mackay of Nova Scotia,
Talk to M. U. Men.
TO EXAMINE COTTEY COLLEGE
VISIT AG. SCHOOLS
MJC AUTO SERVICE
WLCMHIA ACTO COMPANY
108 S. 9th Street
910 1-2 Broadway
f MR. GLANCY and
L I "THE MARQUETTE"
,) I Tie Onjlnil Urn Clu. Popular Price
Hotel in America 400 Rooma it
j I ST. LOUIS. MO.
c.ote! for your Mother, Wife and
- Bister and University Students.
J. P. Maupin. accompanied his fath
er. H. M. Maupin. to Decatur, III., yes
terday. B. D. Simon and L. W. Dumas went
to Chilllcothe. Mo., on business vpk-
It. M. Brenizer went to Des Moines.
ia.. yesterday to visit his brother. E.
Mrs. W. W. Dally and her baby went
to Glasgow this morning for a visit
Miss It. Elliott of Itocheport stopped
over in Columbia yesterday on her
way to Centralla.
Miss Elizabeth Cook of Kansas
City, who has been visiting at the
home of Mrs. John N. Taylor, went
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Heyd of Guret
tersville, O., who have been visiting
S. J. Conlcy, departed yesterday for
Sylvia Payne, who has been visit
ing her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Catliey, 321 McAlester street, returned
today to her home in Hurdland, Mo.
J. L. Sappington and the Wade
Brothers of Centralla, J. H. Carpenter,
J. H. Roberts. M. Hardin and J W.
Hardin of Hallsvllle, returned home
yesterday after attending a stock sale
Say That the Head of Dairy
Work Here Is Best
Clubs and Organizations
Take your picture for the savitarS
Pictures taken any time, anyplace.
Phon 223 Y. M. C. A.
FOR CAB OR BAGGAGE
J. GdltSCh, Baker
20 N. 9th. 882 Red
ery article of pastry in
g our pics, cakes and cook-
made by our experienced
our sanitary shop home-
e University Uininir
b and Cafeteria use our bread.
AN ORCHESTRA COMPOSED OF U. STUDENTS
They please everybody. Let them
furnish your music
Phone 361 Red. M. A. Payne, Mgr.
The reputation of Clarence Henry
Eckles, professor of dairy husbandry
In the College of Agriculture and head
of the dairy department of the Agri
cultural Experiment Station, brought
as visitors here Lars Frederiksen of
Aarhus, Denmark, cattle expert to the
United Agricultural Societies of Jut
land, and K. G. Mackay of Scotsburn.
Novia Scotia, assistant commissioner
of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mr. Frederiksen and Mr. Mackay
spent two days at the experiment sta
tion. "You talk to him," laughed Mr.
Frederiksen and turned to Mr. Mackay
when seen by a reporter. "You know
more about American reporters than
"What have I found here? Rain,
mostly. Seriously, though, I may say
that we came to see Mr. Eckles rather
than the University. I think I am safe
in saying that he has done more orig
inal work in the breeding and feeding
of dairy cattle than ony other man In
Mr. Mackay agreed with him on this.
Mr. Frederiksen has been in Amer
ica since September studying the feed
ing and breeding of dairy cattle. He
first went to New Hampshire College,
then to Cornell, then to Ames, where
he is investigating at present From
Columbia he will return to Ames.
Later he expects to visit Minnesota
and Nebraska universities. He will
spend the summer in Canada and re
turn to Denmark in August. He is a
graduate of the agricultural college of
"Experimental work is conducted
differently in my country," continued
Mr. Frederiksen. "Here the experi
ments are usually made by men con
nected with some college, or in the
service of the government. Over
there, the farmers have organized
themselves into societies in various
townships, and these societies form
larger societies. For instance, the so
ciety I represent has some 72,000 mem
bers and is forty years old."
He will embody the results of his
observations in a report on his re
Mr. Mackay is also a college man.
He is a graduate of the Gueph Agricul
tural College of Ontario. At present.
he Is doing graduate work at Ames.
It was in last December, while at
Ames, that he received his appoint
ment as assistant dairy commissioner
M. U. Committee Will Consider Ap
plication as Jaaler School.
The committee to examine institu
tions applying for approval as junior
colleges, which Is composed of Dean
J. C. Jones, Prof. H. Schlundt, Dr. N.
M. Trenholme left yesterday afternoon
to examine the work of Cottey Col
lege at Nevada. This committee also
expected to go to Liberty to examine
work of Ladies Liberty College, but
the buildings of this institution were
burned a few days ago.
The schools applying for approval
are: Stephens College, Columbia;
Christian College, Columbia; Linden-
wood College. Saint Charles: Carle-
ton College, Farmington; Hardin Col
lege, Mexico; Howard-Payne College".
Fayette: Liberty Ladies College. Lib
erty: Cottey College, Nevada.
TESTING GRAIN FOR SEED
wili call for your
ij S. 7th.
Broadway at Fifty-Fourth St
Near 50th St Subway Station and
53rd St Elevated. "Broadway"
Cars from the Grand Central Depot
7th Ave. Cars from Pennsylvania
Kept by a College Man
Special Rates for
New, Modern and Fireproof
Most attractive hotel in New York.
Transient rates $2.50 with bath and up
10 minutes walk to 30 theatres
All Outside Rooms
lend for booklet. Headquarters for Missouri
Harry P. Stimson
Formerly with Hotel Imperial
College of Agriculture Preparing for
The grain to be used for seed this
spring by the College of Agriculture
for its experimental work is now be
ing tested for germination per cent
and is being treated with formalin for
The oats are first thoroughly fanned.
This removes ail the light kernels that
are not well-filled and leaves the
plump, heavy ones for seed. They are
then treated in the formalin solu
tion. The grain is then ready to be
shipped out for seed.
M. I'. ORCHESTRA PLEASES
Two Romances for Oboe and Solos by
M. T. FoHTille, Well Received.
The features of the first appearance
this year of the University Symphony
Orchestra last night were, two ro
mances for Oboe, by Mozart, which re
quired two repetitions to satisfy the
audience, and the vocal solos of M. Y.
All numbers played by the orchestra
pleased the hearers.
TWO COLUMBIANS GET OFFICES
William HIrth Is Elected President of
State Commercial Clubs.
William Hirtn of Columbia was
elected president of the Missouri Fed
eration of Commercial Clubs in Mo
berly yesterday. Fountain Rothwell,
also of Columbia, was appointed to the
Board of Control.
Lewis Coanty Clnb Elects Officers.
The following officers have been
elected by the Lewis County Club:
President L. N. Glaves; vice-president.
S. J. Smith; treasurer, Miss Edna
Smith; secretary. Miss Lora Scott and
corresponding secretary. Miss Mamie
M. T. SUFFRAGETTES TO MEET
Mrs. ('. K. Burdick Will Speak to the
University Auxiliary Tomorrow.
The University Auxiliary of the
Equal Suffrage Association will meet
at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in
Room 24. Academic Hall. Mrs. C. K.
Burdick will speak and several mem
bers of the faculty will discuss woman
This is the first meeting of the or
ganization this semester. All women
students interested in the cause will
be given an opportunity to join.
Miss Helen Morris Visiting Here.
Miss Helen Morris of Carrolton is
visiting at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
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on track or campus depends on the up-to-the-minute
fitness of proper training. Make
a part of the system. It will help over training: trials and do you eood
besides. A healthful. trK-;M. k..... r.Vii -e i: j ' t
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THE COCA-COLA CO.
Composed of student-Musicians.
Hear it before engaging others.
Telephones 849 or 644 White.
H. E. KEIM, Mgr.
714 Broadway Phone 288 Black
A place for
since the 'shorthorns' have
gone. It does not matter
how fast people come to
their meals for there is
always a table waiting for
Three tables are reserved
for women, professors,
their wives and families.
Eat a meal here sometime
and see just how every
if aii urill Ctf. rte f( n,ft
I pie you know.
And you'll like the system.
The """1 On the campm
Stanley Slnon. Mf r.
When in St Louis, all Columbia People Stop at
AH Rooms have Private Bath Rates SI. 50.
On account of the Presidential In
auguration Ceremonies round trip
tickets will be on sale February 27th
and 28th, also March 1st and 2nd.
Final return limit March 10th.
For rates and routes call at Wabash
or phone 184.
J. C. ABBOTT,
A Dealers Confidence In
Half-hearted endeavor is seldom rewarded.
If a man tells you a story about his goods or service in a careless, indifferent manner,
you have a right to believe that he has very little faith in either.
Reflection of goodness is contagious spontaneous,
It is mighty hard for anyone to be enthusiastic about a thing in which he himself only
Dealers are just the same as other people.
If you read a good advertisement from a reputable dealer, explaining to you the value
of goods in a straightforward, enthusiastic manner, you have a right to believe he is speak'
ing the truth.
Enthusiasm and confidence are very hard to counterfeiL
They cannot be imitated, because the real force about such effort the force which
carries influence is the truth, which is always more effective than the imitation a be.
Buyers can always firid in a firm's advertising a true standard by which to estimate
Everybody should make use of this rule in making purchases.
The dealer who does the- best advertising is sure to reflect the most confidence in his
business. He is up-to-date, prosperous, and his store is the best place in which to trade.
It pays to read advertising carefully.