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THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, 3IOK DAT, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917.
EVERYDODT SEE THIS
Unique and Scenic Features Show
Diversified Kcsources of Call
fornla Here Tomorrow.
If you have never been to California
and would really like to go just stroll
over to the California Hallway Ex
position and leisurely explore this
remarkable train. Great throngs of
people throughout Kansas, Oklahoma
and Missouri have visited these cars,
and are unanimous in their praise.
Much has been told of the sunshine,
fruit and flowers of the Golden State,
but little do we realize the vastness
and diversity of her great wealth, and
it is especially singiflcant that the
crops typified are all staples, the food
of the nation, that is clamoring for
Not only for the material things
she offers is California renowned, but
also for scenic grandeur. "See Ameri
ca First," is a good slogan and what
traveler would boast that he had seen
America who had not stood on
Glacier Point and gazed overwhelmed
into the indescribable wonders of
Yosemite Valley or who had missed
the inspiration of the Big Trees. These
gems of nature, the people of the San
Joaquin Valley, California, have
cleverly revealed to you in this unique
From an educational and instructive
A. M. till ten P. M. during their stay
here. And one, of the "best features of
all is that you see the whole show for
ten cents. .' Adv,
DECLARES SUFFRAGE LAW VOID
3n-asure In Indiana Unconstitutional
Ity Associated l'ress
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 17. Indiana's
Woman Suffrage law was today de
clared unconstitutional and void by
Judge Jones of the Marion County
Supt.-icr Court. Arrangements are
standpoint a visit to this train is well j belng made t0 appeai lt immediately to
worm anyone s ume ana dime. Anajthe mdiana Supreme Court
it is to be hoped that everyone in this -
community will avail themselves of I SeN Circuit Court' Cases,
this unusual opportunity. I James E. Boggs, circuit clerk, at 10
The cars will be parked on the ' o'clock today set the docket for the
Wabash Tracks near the passenger i October term of the Circuit Court,
depot and will be kept open from ten I which will htart October 1.
We want to meet you and extend
you a hearty welcome to this store? 'For
nearly fifty years we have been catering
to your wants and are prepared to show
the most extensive line of
Society Brand and
Our line of furnishings are the kind
that appeal to the smart dresser.
We show you the largest line
of STETSON HATS in this
We sold your father clothes.
Vuttrtg Snntd (Tlctrf
Freshman Caps 25 cents
I. EAT TOO
MEAT, !I ASSERTS
Miss Babb Bell Believes the
Ignorance About Diet Is
FISH A SUBSTITUTE
Home Work More Impor
tant to the Country Than
Knitting, She Says.
Miss Bobb Bell of Columbia, repre
senting the United States .Department
of Agriculture, has been In Kansas
I City trying to arrange with the city
officials there to engage a "home dem
onstrator." In an interview there
Miss Bell says:
"This matter of the home demon
strator is a patriotic affair. All it needs
is backing. We supply the demon
strator; the municipality or an or
ganization finances her. Of course,
we prefer municipal backing, having
the city and federal governments
In St. Louts a home demonstrator
has already started to work, and in
St. Joseph firtids have been raised to
bring one, who will arrive this week.
The demonstrator Miss Bell has cho
sen for Kansas City is Miss Ida Shill
ing, authorized by the Department of
Agriculture as an "Urban Emergency
Home Demonstration Agent" and an
expert in food problems. She was
trained at the University of Missouri
'under Miss Bell.
The purpose of the home demonstra
tor is to help solve problems that
arise in the home, problems of food,
of clothing and of conservation and
economy in general. One day a week
she will hold office hours to answer
questions and settle housewives' dif
ficulties. One day a week she will in
vestigate local conservation condi
tions, reporting to the department, as
part of national conservation survey.
The remainder of the week she will
be available for demonstrations before
Women Ignorant on Home Questions.
"It's more important than knitting,"
Miss Bell said. "Not one woman
in a hundred knows what a salory Is.
Not one in a thousand can prepare a
balanced meal, with just enough food
in it to support a man or woman.
"Most persons think that conserva
tion is not leaving things on your
plate. That is nonsense. Conserva
tion is putting proper things in the
proper conservative amounts on the
plate before jou begin to eat.
"Ignorance about the diet is appall
ing. We cat too much meat for one
thing too much for our health and
too mucn tor our country s good at
this time. Meat substitutes may be
found, differing according to location
and economic environment. Fish, I
should say, offhand, is a meat substi
tute which probably needs pushing
and would be successful economically
in Kansas City. New foodstuffs con
taining much nutriment, such as cot
tonseed and peanut meal, should be
in Boone CountyV
You will find that the most satisfactory
way of handling your finances is to deposit
your funds with us, and transact all your busi
ness by checks.
This arrangement will free you from all un
easiness and risk from loss or theft, which is
very great when money is carried on your per-
' . son or left in your room. Take this
important step toward business effi
ciency a bank account is one of the
requisities of the successful
3L U. Graduate in War Pageant.
, Miss Virginia E. Robertson of
Kansas City, a graduate of the Uni
versity of Missouri, will take the part
of America in "The Drawing of the
Sword" in the war pageant to be pro
duced in Kansas City during Old
Our bank is conveniently located, and our
clerks courteous and cordial.
We solicit your bnsiuesss,
savings or personal
"The Bank of Courtesy'
Do you wish an adequate knowledge
of the Bible and of religion? Where
or when can you acquire that knowl
edge better than in college? At least
a start should be made at college
under a competent instructor. Enough
should be learned to assure an in
telligent understanding of the Bible
and a proper appreciation of its place
and influence in our civilization. The
Bible College of Missouri emnlovs
three men wto are specialists in their
respective fields. All their time is
devoted to teaching biblical and re
ligious subjects. No tuitions are
charged, and the work is credited to
wards university degrees. Enroll for
one or more courses. (adv)
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
If yon need preserving" pears
or peaches, order now .
Pears, per bushel $1.73
Peaches, per bushel $3.00
H -gallon Jars, dozen 73c
Best Apple Vinegar, gallon.33c
30c Coffee (splendid) 20c
05c Cleanser, C cans .23c
10c Oil or Mustard Sardines,
3 cans iJ3c
03c Toilet Paper, C rolls 5c
Swift's Oleo, lb. 35c
07c Matches, hot 03c
23c K. C. B. Powders 20c
Tin Cans, dozen 50c
10c Fairy Soap, 3 bars 25c
Rock Ford Cantaloupes
07c Anro Starch, bo
Sweet Pickles, dozen
We hare nice Green
Green Peppers Corn, Radishes
and Sweet Potatoes.
Miss Sarah Mcholson Weds.
The wedding of Miss Sarah Vir
ginia Nicholson of Stephens and Efton
Young Barnes was solemnized Sunday
afternoon by the Rev. T. W. Young at
the home of Rev. S. S. Keith, 1209
Walnut street The couple was at
tended by Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith,
A. L. Nicholson,' Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Gibbs, E. M. .Nicholson and daughters.
Irene and Arabell. Mr. and Sirs.
Barnett returned to Stephens Iml
mediately after the ceremony.
John W. Jewell Visits in Columbia.
John W. Jewell of the Springfield
(Mo.) Leader is visiting freinds in
the city for a few days.
Pianos to rent. Taylor Music House.
9th & Cherry. t-
The best grades
of Illinois Coal.
Try a ton of our
there i s none
your coal on
der before the fall rush -O W&&
DALTON COAL CO.
Phone 1041 13 N. Fourth St.
Isn't it bet
ter t o insure
your health by
milk than by
buying an in
It is the saf
est and cheapest way.
Our dairy is open
for your inspection
at any time.
Cgr ig y
G. G. Davis Dairy Farm
Blackf oot Gravel
710 Missouri Ave. 12 rooms of
which 8 are heel rooms. 2 bath
rooms. No better rooming house
location. See Clinton Lyon.
Columbia Ins. & Rrntal Ajcenoy
I'hone 2T9 linden Building.
Afternoon and evening gowns.
Flowers and Plants to be
had at green houses.
COLUMBIA FLORAL CO.
West Blvd and Ash Street
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
The best shoe repair shop in the city.
Neolin Soles a Specialty
24 S. 9th. St. Phone 389 Red
Saving your old Magazines
50c 100 pounds
25c 100 pounds
Phone 392. Will call
KLASS COM. CO.
of all kinds. Done in the right
way, by modern machinery.
OOES YOUR WATCH,
CLOCK OR JEWELRY
If you bring your repair
work to us It will ba re
turned promptly in perfect
condition. All work guar'
Clothes Cleaned and
Called For And
Phone 736 Virginia Bldg.
Ladies' Tailoring College
is so equipped that any woman
or eirl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
Third Floor, Elvira Bldg.
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