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GRAPES AXD BOXB BREW
Jnlce Xow ropo'jtr Prodnct
Ejr United Press,
LAWTON, Mich, Sept. 4. The -fluid
to be pressed from the greatest grape
jield in the hitory of Michigan's vast
I - Hear Dean Walter Williams
. The.Wordiip of the Highest"
Tiie Broadway Otlcon
SUNDAY,, 9:45 a. m.
Class in Connection with Presb) tcrian aiureh
Townspeople and University Students Cordially Invited
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YOUR KODAK m. "I '
x Bk, ;
Films and film packs ssflLsLsA
i all Our stock is aLLLLaKSBLl i
I fresh and complete. Hn "
I PssssssssssM '" '
Developing flm paqk and roll,fiIms, 15c per.
The Drug Shop
815 Broadway Phone 302
The CO-OP knocksthe H. out of H. C. .L.
The CO-OP Sells
As Low as the lowest
when you buy, and then gives jou a purchsse slip which entitles you to ALL
the PROFIT. For twenty years, The CO-OP has sened the students giv
ing them the lowest prices and best service and then returning the profits.
The CO-OP is absolutely a student tore, owned by them, located
conveniently for them in Academic Hall, managed by them through their
board of directors.
Make your spendings pay big dividends.
The Students'. Store
arbor acreage' will lose 'its 'Identity in
nectars of home ingenuity.
Home brewers are demanding all the
grape juice they can get for their favor
ite cuncncticn. And when W illiam Jen.
nings Ilr)an. as he spoke to Chautauqua
audiences, pnAhesied the juice of the
Concord would toon become the beverage
of the nation, lie was partly right partly
you a Kodak by
the day or week.
only because be did not conceive of a
nation countenancing borne brew.
According to Mrs. Fern McPbcarson.
manager of the Southern Michigan Fruit
Grower Association, almost all the 30V
000 tons of crapes yielded by the arbors
of the member era ere will find its way
to stills of borne brewers.
Wq ill hanest a bo at 90 per cent of
the grapes from arbors within an area of
' fifty square miles, said Airs. McPherson.
i Unlers have ween coming in lor weeks
i from home brewers from as far west as
, Demer, as far south as Texas and Mem
phis sud from se-eral eatern cities stxb
'a "Yew YoiL, Uo&luu and Philadelphia.
Michigan grapes go into new areas this
year, notably sections hit by the Eigh-
I leentli amendment.
"Our clients tell us they must have
graprs at anj price. For instance New
York, and New Jersey bu)crs want op
tion on the wliole output. We liave
analjml this new demand. Invariably
the answer comes back to us, confiden
tially, that huine brewers have written
grape into their recipes.
Lat j car only sixty per cent nf the yi
1 eld was marketable, and in 1918, old,
thirty three r cent.
- Crapes wholesaled at $110 a tun laM
)car. The) may go to $150 a ton tin
i year, sat Air. McPheaison.
Concerns hare manufaclurnig grJK
' lade ami jeUirs will run t capacity. A
' uellknoHn manufacturer is opening a
plant h"e to nutmfatturr grape juice.
Crape growers are assured the highe! .
price er paid them fur their largest j
crop. Weather has fatcied grape gmw i
. ; i. ;.. I 1 . !.
tng jum rimupii rain situ mh-i wrwnri
The )ield, according to the Slate Agri
cultural Department is ninel) one pel
1 cent, and the highest on record.
TOO SWCH CQM)ECEm
ttUlhlt S MU.LUI
Ihe ftwdbalt taem. coaches, Mudcnts
tun tisMtiple and alumtii, all of uh ruut
get our heads out of the air if Missouri
is to hare a winning team.
Oath Jchn F. Miller believes the
prospect are go4id; be. lias no alibi
about the number of old men who ore
bacl.; but he does think that there U Uh
marh nver confidence and loo much
faith placed in past acltievements.
Heretofore the Drake game has been
considrrd more r less a practice work
out fr the Tigers. Last year's game
fehich ended wih a score uf only 3 to 0
hi Mivomia favor, did much to dip-li
tle illusion that Du4k soup was the
Timers pe"ial dis!i. This year I). ale
is even stronger than last. According to
Oach Miller, tliey liave a large ium
br f gool hl year freshmen wlm
are eligible for the varsiry, as well as a
large aggregation of better men. The
Drake game which will be played at
Des Moines, October 23, is the fourth
on Missouri's schedule.
StMPSOX CAUS OUT
Coach Rtbert I. Simpon has iued
a call for Varsity cross country track
men. Myron M. Henderson, who ran
tlie half mile last year, is the only one
signed up for the team so fsr.
I IV. P. T. P. Wm Mm Mnnili.r.
There will b; a meeting of the W. C
T. U. at the Broadway Methodist church
I at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.
! The JJMInttlon.
"Do you think kleptomania is catrb
ing.?" "No; its takinj." Exrhange.
Tlie, Students' Store
The committee on enrollment states
that there are more students registered
in regular chemistry this term than in
the entire College of Agriculture. Itita
roughly estimated that there are setrn
hundred and fifty students enrolled 'tn
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Catlcy have returned
in Columbia from Kansas Gty. Mr.
Galley is a senior ia the Sclwol of Law.
William Wiley, a student in tlie uni-
icrsity left last night for his liome ijjl'l' 'uperintendent and .lan maile for
, tw r- 1 .1... . ..L ak.T' ill 'pAa iina . .--
jenerson uiy 10 tpenu uc in.i.iniiT...v ...-U1s .Ctl,,
with home folks.
Miss Frances Kinsman, a student in
the Unirp.ity, left vesltrda) morning
wills thr Kansas City Clamlier of Oim
merce arty lor si. Uiuis. j
.Mrs. Ituuert I. iunpwn. , aim son.
?r, and son,
S f"r ',,
Ihaumrv. left this inoinin:
home at Bosfcorth. after spending th
eek at the home of Kobert Simpson,
Ir 60S Hilt slieet.
Tvientj-flte incmbe-s of Bethany Cr
le gave a picnic at Ilollins Sprnig es
.Mis Nila G.llier trtiieil jestenlay Ut
I few das' tisil liefore going to Phueuis,
rlt, where slie will teath home eeo- j
lomics this winlir. '
Mix Mar.f UoltuiK-jer. of OLIjIkiiiu'J
"ily. is tilling I.ra Fahrner at tl e '
lplia Delia l'i Ii.u-j-.
Mis Maurine Mas a sti.Ient in the
i'ni(rr-il), is ppeniltng llie week-end at (
ler lione in FIsberr). I
John Carter, Jr who lias been a field
nan in he department of field crors of
the tiuiterbity, will leave soon for (
ado. He will enter mIkn1 at Fort
lius as a senior.
William Tweedie. William Brown. Fr
nest isark ami W. II. Burniox, sluilcnts
n the t'lilvervily, are Sienliiig the week,
nd ill JrfferMin City.
Mrs. J. II. Cook left for hrr home in
Poplar Bluff, jnerday after visiting her
iauglittr. Miss Hulls Cook, who is a
tuJent in the ITnitersit).
book at the llniverity
Ubrary now the student must write h"s
.,..... as .ni is ins iia.nr. i.ns ,ul
ng was mane s,i inai a closer tuck tan
kept on the IhsAs and so lliat J 1..1
Soik tan l.e more easily found. .
The lefernece books for the new course
n citizenship have been plaied in the)
Heading Boi.m of caJenuc Hall to re-
eve the congestion in the Library.
AT IHE CUUliCIIES
Tlie low mass will be said at 7:30
vVlock Sunday morning. High mass will
e said at 10 oclotk. Tlie l!e. Father
JShra H; onjuct the service and will
alk on "The Necessity ef Keligion for
lo,ing .vten ol today . there will lie
benedicton and exposition of the Blessed
Sacrament immediately after the high
nass. All Catholic students of the Uni-
.ersity are cordially incited to a'tead the
First Oiurch of Cbrist. Scientist.
Sunday S.I100I at 9:4X Sunday scr
.ice at 11 a. nu subect "Man. Wed
Jtcsday evening mcetifigi begin at C
clock. Tlie Oirilian Science reading
too in me rginta iiinliJins is tnrn
I rum 3 to j p. m daily.
The public is
I'rcaching at 10;li by Bev. S. K. Bra-
Jen; evening service at 7:30. Sundav
Sthool at 9:30; spesial classes for higli
sthool ard University students. Dean it Promontory Point in May, 1859.
Walter Miller has charge of the class for ' Hanker crossed the .Atlantic by aero
University women. plane in 1919 in less than a day; and
The services at Calvary ..picnpal
When jou come to
sure of gcltinj
a good and
next lime jou are in town,
They arc made of the
served in the keenest way. .
'"The Home of Better Confections"
J-.'-J.-, i -'-r r '" -
iwv,rx yTgTrtTrs'i vv
SATURDAY' SEPTEMBER- i92o. -
Church tomorrow will be as follows;
Sunday School at 9:45, Holy Communion
and sermon at 1 1 IV TT. .. win
He-'-Cod-s Promi ,nii irumJn F.
pectations." lt,will be especially appro -
priate tn the openine of the schtml vmr
and all students are invited to be pres-
The Students Claw xill meet as usual I
with the opening of the Sunday School I
and will thrn adjourn to the bameni t
cliape. Plans for the enduing year will j
he discussed. All Uniterirv and college
tudenu are oelrr.nx'. Tlie work of the I
i-e-1 of the srliocl will be presented by
. i , Baptit.
B.hle 'RImioI at J:30, Bo) T. Daiis.
iiiperintn.lenl. Claves for cver)body.
-ieei nuiient classes for student
, SVradiinz at 10:4.-, I,, the pastor, the
! '" T" W- Y"un- 5u"JeeU "The lord's
Its Purpose and lis Panic!
Senjsr ami Inlerni-iliale Young
. .o.r i.ninn at h:jij. I'rrarliin- at
:m nv the pastor, buli'cr.1, "Busy l,iti hrralli taking. While no ironclad prog
lur Fallier's Biuiness." ram has jet been arranged, about the on-
i ,, . . If luestion il to be answered is whetli.
1T'f HIilSriAN Clll BfH I "' '" ""' ''" r"al CIUI,,' an stand aha
Inble S.ho.1 at 0:30 a. m.- fWial , The IWgian rulers are t e,,-t-,l to
iXZLJ"' !n""?t -'"'' . H.lirme lere until S.ptru.I-.r but alrra.lv
nSTCTSTn will sA t ,!. m- ri scarcely a day r.s I,, willful . ,
; ," M-"t ' , ''' Sermon: , preparation for their viit l,,K arnour.
Ho- Uiallen-e ..r faith. Sciijl Musi. . ed under glaring headlines in desires.
.1 Hies,. ,rf , -n,,. , Jlin lnr nf iai i( an , A , h
ninstan fmleav-rat C-.-A Pm.U, fi-i.nng jrel in tU-plan.. IIt ann
ire especially imiteil to mr.1 with out ind nay is bei.u wrUl .nerliin- in an
ng people. Prai.r meeting at 7:31) effi.it to l,;p ihera into ,lup- to pj
.lednesilay evening. :1 , ,.f ,t, .l,i.i.... .... ..rr.
' til t i.
1 ,-i ,'?'r,tn,":",1S "!Jjv ' I'" Ladies'
i.l anJ.MissH.iury societies.
s coruial invitatn.il is estemletl tu tlie
public to attend these services. Waller
Sunday sch.l at ) JO. CUse to sjjt
the nreilj of everjonc. University men
ind, women are provided for in well
organized, enthusiastic classes. All
' Ielihidl4f students aw Orfrtxl In nllml
n.- Ivtnurv -..,.! ;nl,,i- .tmrt.
' ra(.? ,,;,), ,Mlg)nlu prnSrams. CmsmI
.a,flc jnij ,i,-u,nJ SHa, ju,
.Morning worsldp at 10:15. The Bet
I. D. Bandolph wi'l return from ti.nfer
nee to fill he pulpit as usual. I'n.f. II.
II. I.uJenhack is in charge of the music
ind lias organized a brge clsi-s cls.ir.
Ftenin worslup at 7:30 o'clock. Mr.
Randolph will preach. Guigreativnal
.i.ivintf i.ttt fw4..- ttit. .p.:M
"Wliat Clui-I does for the Ohri-tian"
till be the subject of is iivt'im at the
Epw'orih League at CvM p. rn. W. E.
Crowe, president of the Columbia Young
't'eotdes Union, will lead the program
EpiAirlb League scnic- will close wi;h
he, installation of new officers. The new
viiiwtr are: j. t. jcnmiuifc-e. presiueni;
i'5? W- Wlute. vice-nresident: Nell L.
' fish,-icretary; and William R. Crooks,
tife"ut'' The Epworth League enrolled
l57 V.nirer,it' ""I"" '"l J" and
xpeetsio exceed that number early in
Jia present school term. Intermediate
league meets in the chapel. AH oung
il.... iM.( ,i5s?
.,',. . ., . t
llie ftisiory ol ine ticteioprneni oi
tranportatin since 163) is a fascinit-
mg stcry. Tn that year, the Maflower
nflerLHcross. tl-e Atlantic in 66 divs
i.t.rt:5 . .to ;. r:
the "ponv express in 1S61 carried Lin-
'coin's inaugural address . from ,St- Jos-
rph. Mo to Sarrementa. '1,980 miles in
I seven davs and seventeen hours. The
Union Pacific joined the Central Pacific
,:tid i)il(n;il)Ie IW4 maile the trip
tfrom .England to America in the same
yer iit approximately 76 Ivoars.
you arc absolutely
drink. Try one
. O X
llicy are famous.
piirtStof ingredicnls and are
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DltAZllj1 1 U (jl YTj
( TfTMP fWT A nPTAAT
f J-MJ.1VJ J V IX 1 lvll
n.,1. r n 1 v i
, 'luiers ot iielgtans Expected
to iieacii boutli America
TO OUTDO THE U. S.
There Will He Plenty of
, Pomp and Display In
By United Press.
KM) UK JAMKBO. Sent. 4.-To ,n,.
one, who was in Ameiiia Ia- fall wheu
lie nation welcomed Kinz Albert and
ueen Elizalielh of il... IL.U... .k.
preparations beine mail,- liv !!?.. I i
i do her siter republic in a rrceptioti to
i "lc mm ropalties neat fall might be
--' Klll, S1MV4 Olll-
leers and men alike, ordinarily mippv
enough for an) army, aie fairly on their
l l.w two mAntlM ,n .l..n. .1 .1.
vent of the imiiurrhs.
' A eoumarison between if,
eointiariMm between tiii- mounted
raihan rneplion of the Mn and
Ouetii and tlul accorded them in the
United Mates i nothing if not start'ing.
It 1 liLe lompariog a prayer to a grand
Few perxim in Amenta, who formed
ihe hundreils of thousands win saw King
Utiert and Que-n rJizabeth la-l fill, will
I -ver f..-grt the admirin crowds hat gar
si in ail Ml silence at lie llelgiin rjv
lilies ys the ilrove un.tensnioui)
, about fiuin plare to place. Here and
J""" fcas a citi-er. I.jt fr the m t u.-t
he rronrds were ttypi.ally undin ,nstral
I'm neit fall.
Brazil knows liow to mike carnial and
' l.io lus seil tnsnv e.iv ninf.ts so. I ilns
But it u doubtful if any fettivi.y gone
before will ever again he able tu liat in
''.e same league wiih tlu's r-rep ion for
he Belgian rule-s. not if the committee
i n arrangements, headed by ihe minuter
. foreign affairs can help it.
Following the arrival of their Majesties, j
her will be immediately driien to the
tattete Palace to meet tlie president-''
Tfhen the program will be started in earn
est. It will consist of a series of een;s
which bids fair to consume e.ery ralnutt
of the time the King anJ Queen spend
in RraziL There ill be a military pa
rade for a start-off; then will follow a
i ball a the foreign office at Ita
llama rty al
rtlace, after.wfucji tbe Taal parly will at--T
HnA a "solemn session -of lh Aeademv
rtnf Associated Setenern in the National'
. mm a wnniiii Knsivn ' il--
j Library. i i
JX S111MI 1131 IIUIU ...111. u.i liniwil-
I a visit to the Academy of Fine Vrls a
garden party at Cattete Palace, a Vese
tian fete, a sports fete including an aths
letie parade and two football games be
(ween the four leai'ing teams in the
Metropolitan league, a grand concert al
the Municipal Ottera House, and so on.
There events will lie interspersed with
innumerable visits to the interior and to
the mountains surroundiog Bio de Ja
ncrio end the bay.
In letween the festivities, if there is
iny ri bteen. Brazil is expected to be
. in a very receptive mood for sugzetion
.regarding imancial aid tor i.eigtu:n.
There have been a nuralicr of "feelers"
I from Brussels regarding an international I
loan and this lias not dampened the a--Jor
of the government or of the publj,-
, for the reception of the King and Queen.
The feeling grows ilia! Brazil is not at
all -averse in a few "entangling alliances"
in Furoiie so long as they are merely fi
nancial. And tlie vi'it nf a King an'J
' Queen is worth any amount.
' atuntlly The Are.
Married fattory workers arc more
eariless than those win are single. Ac
'cording t.v statistics compiled by thj
'safity fTrst department ot a big lire
! factory, 151 married men were injured
' last moulh compareil to U3 single men
who met wilh secidents. Exerts failed
I to slate whether or not there is a
' psvcologica! rravm for ihis condition.
Facetious bachelors, wlw compile 65
! pertent of the personnel tleclare that
ihe married men hvae grea'er responsi
bilities and iiKire things to think about
thus dividing attnlion and destrojing
concentration on their work. They av
jert that matrimony is dislratting and
naturally causes all-cut mindnlness
the cau-e of many accident.
- 3&"i r-.?Pnt'
ATTENTION, STUDENTS !
' 8 Per Cent
. n sr ?-- v tfC
,. -?-r f i pAcifj
Make Your Own Clothes -While
You Learn to Sew at
3rd Floor Ladies' Tailoring College Elvira Bldg.
We are prepared to teach nil kinds of sewing
Comer lOlh and Walnut
Program For Sunday , . ,k
Rihle Scliool 9:30 Special classes for students.
.Morning Worship" 10:45, .
Sermon, "Compel Fragrance" v
Ei ruing Worship 7:30.
Christian Endfjvor 6:30,
ICE CREAM- x
THE SUNDAY DESSERT
We are ahle to give you the very hest made Ice Cream
and will he glad to send St out to jou.
Your Sunday Dinner would not, lie complete without
Ice Cream. It is wholesome and pure and is liked by every
one. "Order a Brick for Sunday"
DOT SAPPINGTON, Prop.
We are glad to see the old students back, and extend a sin
cere welcome to the new ones. For the benefit of the stu
dents who are jmt starling this jear, we will say that we
arc the liltlc Jeuclery Story with the big reputation. We
handle the best lines of Jewelry and Silverware and our
repair department is in Iiands of a competent workman.
We want ycur business so cut out this cdupon and save 10
Per Cent, on your purchase.
Relate on your purchase
to. Adams Jewelry Store.
This Cui.n N-t'Cood
l&N. 8lh Si
The StreetThat Leads. From
Challenge -of F.tith"
at All Services.
6 N. Eighth St.
if jou present diis Coupon
Factory Licensed Price Coods
Broadway to Courthouse.
Basement Academic Hall
Jimmie's College Inn