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H Page Six THE EVEXIXG MISSOURI MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917. ' J I
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NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. EAST ST
LOt'IS. Ill, September 17. 1917. The live
stock market lor tonv was as lollows:
Cattle receipts 10,000.
Market, Steady.
Native leef steers, $S(g$17.fiO.
Yearling steers and heifers. $7$1C
Cons, $G$10.
Stoikers nnil feeders, $C-50Q$9.50.
Calves. J.').75e$ir. 75
Texas Steers. G75flOJjO.
Cos and heifers. $G?10.
Hog receipts 0,500.
Market, Higher.
Mixed and butchers. Jl!rI$lS 70.
Hood and heavy, ?1V50?1S 70.
Light, $1S5$1S40.
Figs, jSI&nifillTJJO.
Hulk. ?lsa?lS..V).
Sheep receipts 3.M0
Market, Kteidy.
Sheep and ee, J10 50QS11.
Lambs. ?H3$lSiTi.
Wethers, J1()JV1?12J0.
Tanners, ?5g$7.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFT
FOR RENT Very desirable room fori
two boys In modern house. 1407 Rose-!
mirv. phone 723. B-ltf
FOR RENT Large furnished first floor
room with kitchenette ?12. to right pirty.
Mother and daughter preferred. COG San
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Rebate
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms,
for business men, unlverlty students, boys
or girls. Neir two good boarding houses.
103 Trice Ave. Phone 563-Ited. Z 4
FOR RENT Furnished 8-room house at
705 Miryliud Place. Mrs. J. I). Ellirr.
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FOR RENT One room, nlth sleeping
porch connection. In private family of two.
Iliislncss min preferred. One block from
Agricultural building and two blocks from
Academic Hall. Thone 500-Black. B-2tf
On Each Purchase You Receive
Which is good any time for 5 of its face value
in merchandise, or sign your name on back and
The Broadway Odeon
The Little House with the Big Show
Monday and Tuesday
Richard Bennett in
The Valley of Decision"
An enerossine theme on birth con-
tro. Richard Bennett will be re mem-
bered by his splendid work in "Dam-
aged Goods" and in "And the Law1
Says." Don't miss this one. Also a good
Comedy.
Wednesday and Thursday
Greater Vitagraph presents
Virginia Pearson and Joseph
Kilgour in
"Thou Art the Man"
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Thursday, will also play Ruthj
Roland in the 4th episode of
"The Neglected Wife"
Come early to insure a seat.
Sign your name and
turn in these checks on
our profit-sharing plan
Name
3 5 2 3 SEP 18
These Checks are
Worth of
Their Face Value
in Mdse.
ft AIM-
AT THE
MISSOURI
STORE 1917-18
turn in once during the school year and you will receive
from mamaiSto in Sept. 1918 a profit sharing check
paying you a dividend on your book and supply purchases. We paid
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Friday and Saturday
Helen Holmes in
"Judith of the Cumberlands'
Also a good Comedy
Matinee 3 p. m. Daily
on last year's purchases and sold Books as cheap as any
store in Columbia. The following persons have
not called for their checks: .
Feminine
FASCINATION
is personified in
Dorothy
Dalton
As a Daring, Dimpling,
Charming Coquette.
"Wild
Winship's Widow"
As Witching a Widow
As Ever Wore Weeds.
Whether in riding habit,
negligee or magnificent
ball gown she is the spirit
of feminine allurement.
A Smart Comedy of
4Dash, Spice and Beauty
Tonight
Hall Theatre
A. E. Adams
Homer Allen
II. Austin
I. Armll
II. Allison
II. D. Atwood
S. XV. Arnold
XV. Marcus Asqulth
F. A. Arnson
Geo. P. Allen
Kuth Ullslwrrow
.Joseph Backlar
XV. liarnn-ell
XV. T. Butler
T. II. Ilerlekamp
XV. J. Brown
Anna Mae Bradford
Bory Barnett
XV. J. IlroHn
Beta Tlieta I'i
II. T. Brawley
XV. L. Blenden
Bussell n. Billy
J. II. Blslncer
J. XV. Baldwin
Paul Bergman
li. P. Barnett
Harland S. Baldwin
A. O. Briscoe
i. T. Bloomer
It. C. Crow
Don Chapman
B. E. Carter
Pierce Combs
Lee Comegys
Martha Currr
S. K. Cho
Chi Omeea
Mary Cochran
J. V. Collett
N. L. Carr
Joe Crist
John Croser
II. L. Chung
Rodney M. Fairfield
Clarence A. Farlow
B. W. Fink, Jr.
M. It. Fohrman
H. J. Eggellng
Kobe. Edmonson
Louis E. Dell
E. J. Durand
Anm Durand
Delta Delta Delta
J. II. Dejrglnger
John II. Drlggg
Ira J. Dear Dorff
C. J. DIppold
Marlon M. Davis
Helen Dantel
Morris Davis
Morris E. Dry
Dwight F. Doran
Lue D. Cady
T. Corublet
Edith Cummlngs,
John Casey
William II. Channon
:. Alex Hope
K. Hassler
It. Hurnz
O. Ilungate
K. IIcse Ilelns
D. Harris
Ruby Hardesty
Louise Harris
U. R. Hubbard
Grace Graves
Llllle B. Grebe
L. D. Gmelner
Carl Gentry
Eugene Gaebler
Morrli n. Glazer
F. Glrdner
Ruth Garton
Ralph Gravely
Lurton Goble
Joe FIshman
J. N Fellows
Reuel A. Farler
II. M. Fort
XV. G. Fowler
Hazeltlne Fry
R. Klngsbaker
O. O. Kelly
Cour KInyon
A. O. Klrcher
K. K. .
(Jeo. O. Kane
Geo. U. Kane (
Richard V. Jones
Airs Abner Jones
V. James
J. O. Jones
Leland Jones
John Josleyn
Leon S. Johnston
Raymond C. Jarrett
J. R. Jaeger
Stanley Holton
J. T. Hall
A.' J. Hill
EKi Holekamp
Chas. Hudler .
Frank Hussey '
Glenn S. Hlllbouse
J. T. Hunt
Orvllle Hunt
II. Clay Halley
W. A. Helleway, Jr.
T. XV. Hudson
M.i vine HargiR
F. W. Hincock
H. J. Hutter
John McAnaw
Jas P. Moroney
J. F. Mlnnls
C. G. McD-iniel
Louis Meeker
G. F. Mlddleton
J. II. MeKiddy
Harold Meyer
(!. M.ickay
Ethel Moore
E. L. Myers
Frank B. McGregor
G. Morrison
Wm. E. Meyer
E. Mirshall, Jr.
Mix Lamb
Frank Lowe, Jr.
L. Lubln
S. F. Lindsay
Mrs. Chas. Lyons
XV. L Jones
Lue Lozler
F. K. Lee
Frank Letch
XV. S. Love
Florence Llngswelr
A. E. Lochmoeller
Chis. A. Lee
Virgil C. Kline
Kappa Alpha Theta
Minnie Rosenthal
R. J. Runimell
G. II. Robinson
J. II. Roney
It. F. I'lttman
XV. L Post
Beverlv L. Pitts
Dora Quayle
XV. R. Qulnn
K. It. Plumb
Wm. T. Pfeiffer
L. S. Palmer
O. C. Putman
A. F. Pjcrce
Thelma Parrott
F. Peters
L. G. Teck
Phi Mil House
Homer T. Newlon
A. II. Nichols
John Oglllvle
G. C. Newcomer
Virgin! i Noel
Geo. Meadow
Gladys Morris
Allene Midden
J. T. Macke
Keith S. McKee
John XV. McLoed
L. L. McKay v
('. E. McNamarn
Eugene Schmlch
Dinlel Stark,
Walter T. Smith
Don Selby
Zula Scammon
T. S. Shore I
Roysle Stanton '
Carl D. Stiles
B. R. Shore. Jr.
L M. Schon
XV. II. Stevenson ,
A. II. Seiton
Kusxell Smith
R. J Shipley
Cyrene bhepard
Fred Sloop
J. L. Schlltt
Otto Schafer
Edwin Shroder
J. V. Scholz
Carlotte Sommers
J. E. Stuart
J. Erie Smerdon
Julia Scott
J. L. Spleer
C. G. Sloan
II. O. Sprinkle
XV. (i. Svlvester
M. XV. Rannells
Mirv A. Rqdboue
J. II. Roney
Arnold Rleger
II. Rublnsten
XV. X. Rider
W. E. Rider
Oscar Rotty
Gracla Rowley
A. Sach Rowitz
Glenn O. Young
Seliva Young
Fred Williams
Lucy Wilson
Bryan Wilson
XV. C Werner
XV. H. Wright
B II. Wigliek
J E. Wendleton
II. E. Whlttenburg
Sam Weedln
L. A. Wilson
II. Wiseman
Richard E. Westlake
Woodllef
M. E. Vota.v
E. A. Vogel
C. E. Vlrden
A. XV. Taylor
Marie Townsend
Nelson C. Tlsdel
G. XV. Telden
Dean Thorp
Harriett J. Trappe
Eleanor Trowbridge
M. S. Trimble
John Thaxton
P. F. Tllllngton -II.
X. Tempel
Norman Trenholme
XV. C. Thee
C. M. Tucker
J. Tllden
Jeanette Schoen
Sam Solomon
E. M. Swan
L. T. Synder
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