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INVITED TO MEET NORTHCLIFFE
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See this new Idea in Petticoats. Outwears two of the
ordinary kind and costs no more.
PROTECTED FROM CORSET
WEAR AND TEAR.
On your next shopping trip come in and see this one
new real petticoat idea that certainly Ells a long-felt want.
Made of high grade taffeta silk, but outwears two
ordinary taffeta silk petticoats because of the PROTECTO
We show a great variety of styles, colors and dainty
We know you will buy one tell yojur friends about
it and thank us for calling this exceptional value to your at
tention. New arrivals last night. ,
British Editor Will Be Entertained In
Members of the faculty of the
School of Journalism have been invit
ed to a luncheon to be given In Kan
sas City "next Thursday for Lord
Northcllffe, Hamilton Fyfe, the war
correspondent, and Lieutenant Colonel
Campbell Stuart by I. R. Klrkwood of
the Kansas City Star. Lord North
cliffo will be the guest of Mr. Klrk
wood, at whose invitation he Is mak
ing this trip out into the Middle West
to meet the principal newspaper men
of this part of the country. Editors
from six states, nearly 200 In all, will
be there to meet Lord Northcllffe and
hear him discuss the war at a lunch
eon at the Hotel .Muehlebach.
The English editor has been in
America for several months as head
of the special British mission which
had the special task of co-ordinating
the purchase of supplies for our Allies
with those of the United States Gov
ernment The organization Lord
Northcllffe has been directing and
getting built up is spending around
110,000,000 to $12,000,000 daily in this
The Northcliffe party will arrive
Thursday morning and will leave that
night at 11 o'clock for St. Louis.
Major General Leonard Wood of
Camp Funston, Governor Capper of
Kansas and Governor Gardner of Mis-
sourl will bo among the guests at the
luncheon Mr. Kirkwood -will give for
the head of the British Mission and
the visiting newspaper editors who
will be here to meet him. The leading
newspaper men from Kansas and Mis
souri have accepted invitations to attend.
1V.03IEX REPORT ON SATING
Seventy Prospective "Dates" Listed
Queen Tote Starts Tuesday.
Plans for the annual barnwarming
of the students in the College of Agri
culture were discussed by Robert Hill,
a former student who now lives east
of Columbia, at a meeting of the Ag
Club last Thursday night Ar
rangements for each student to obtain
a "date" were announced by Willis
Yale. A list of seventy-five girls has
been made out, noting their height,
the color of their hair and eyes and
other essential information for the
Nominations for the Harvest Queen
must be in by Tuesday night, as the
voting begins at that iime. Every
man buying tickets to the barnwarm
ing may vote for the queen. Cornstalk
canes were distributed at the meeting
and will be carried until the barn
warming. The Ag Club decided that the same
punishment used last year should be
administered to all persons who walk
on the grass on the campus. Those
who ventured on the grass last year
will remember that the penalty was
an effective paddling.
Sophomore Medics Elect Officers.
The sophomore students in the
School of Medicine have elected the
following officers: .President, J. B.
Carlisle; vice-president, J. R. Smith;
secretary and treasurer, Miss Susan
Wjillard Brown; member of Student
Senate, G. T. Bloomer.
Colombia Protests to Germany.
By AiioeUted Preti t '
WASHINGTON, Oct 20. The Co
lombian Senate has passed a resofa.
tlon protesting against Germany!
ruthless submarine warfare, the state
Department was advised today by
Perry Belden, the American charge at
l'eachers wanted Jo fill emergency
vacancies in all departments. Have
calls for teachers daily. Only 3 1-2
per cent commission. Teachers Em
ployment Bureau, 208-209 C. R. S.
Bank Bldg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, (adv)
National Livestock Market
College of Agriculture to Find Amount
of Food Conserved by State.
Sixteen thousand women will be
asked to report results of their food
I conservation efforts during the- sum
mcr. Six thousand members of the
(homemakers' club will report to the
University of Missouri College or
j Agriculture, by clubs, on the fruits
dnd vegetables canned and products
dried, the fruits and vegetables stored, j
the butter stored, the eggs stored,,
jelly and pickles made, and on the i
vegetables preserved In brine or salt)
Ten thousand women have signified
their willingness to report on the .'
canning work which they have done
during the summer. These will be
dividual reports instead of reports by
groups as in the case of the home- s
makers' clubs. These 10.000 women
represent a part or those who attended
canning demonstrations during the
season just passed.- They will be ask-
ed for reports only on food they have S
conserved by canning. - iE
As soon as these reports have been E
received and summarized an Index of E
the amount of food conserved in Mis- E
sourl can be had. '
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, EAST ST.
LOUIS, III., October 20, 1317. The live
stock market for tnilay was as follows:
Hoc receipts 1,800.
Mixed and hutchera, $lfi(ff$lG.7j.
Hood and lieavT, S1C750J17.
Cattle receipts 1,100.
Native beef steers, SSS17.50.
Ycarllnc steers and heifers, S7g17.
Stockers and feeders, ?G.50(3$ll.r.O.
Texas quarantine steers, SC75(g$10.50.
I'rlme Southern beef steers. S9S12.75.
Ileef cows and heifers. SC0S1O.
Prime yearling steers and heifers, ST.50 !
Native calves. Sj.73SIS15.C0.
Sheep receipts 230. "
Canuers and Choppers, S3QSSX0.
A Wide Variety of
Choice in Women's
Shoes for Winter
All Brown Kid, all Gray Kid, all
Black Kid, Tan English, Gunmetal
English. All come in the popular
9-inch boot with choice of leather.
Louis or Military heels.
These are exceptional values brought
about by a purchase of the up-to-the-minute'
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