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THE COLUMBIA EVENING taSSOUR'lAN. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920
aptalion in "In Scarclt of a Sniper,
!bith will appear at the Hall Theater
lomritt- an J tomorrow, Miss Cunalancs
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Ami -j. t wiHBiii nu oaiuruay: jaimaufir, yie mmwiti ir. iui ine
Milinj theft of a jeweled garter bearii.K I Hon.
? Tklnlsf ", ",ra """ r-v" The plot deals wilh l.eoreitnna Chid
stereJU,. Vm , J.. e uf J nWil in- "L. '" uUnK w,f uf ""r Chadwick,
3'TW,. i. T" " ,hLCol'WWa Henry was too good to live. After the
FT v ., a"d ,omo"'" I funeral. Ceorganna sets out to find and
S V , ' addition :"ri. will ' p.tl.ii . i. :.I,1 . rrfil. ,1,1 .....
. , newt Ud a Mult ami lff .-...Ir tTI.-... :.. . fl.n.tt.m m Onfml PrV (
HALL tonignt and Saturday? ohn Ceorganna is wire she lias found a wickt
kmmerson and Anita Loot the "Lu i and . ed male. 1
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what improbably their m.larInuad.Mierr the fun Url.
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STEPHENS COLLEGE AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY, SEKT21, 8 P. M.
BENEFIT BAPTIST CHURCH BUILDING FUND
Tickets on sale at Allen's Mu'ic Stoie, The Drug Shop am
Mis&ouri Store.
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
SOCIETY
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MiM Marnerie 'Peabody, Mi Ruth
tained the following gnota at dinner Uat
night r Misses Irma Bewjer. HelenvWtt
ton. Frank Robemon.'Martha'Soe Wood.'
Loit McConnick, Angeline Bnulejr7 MaV-'
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C.ITm XI c r. l - i-i rfcaITl a"n '" ii, -ucuj
Ti m ,..'.., .: Campbell and Catherine Darw.
brtli Black and JIi Lucile Gjus will 1
go tu Slater tomorrow to allend the wed. j,, jullB Sylr 5n jhj,,, WUI en
ding of Mis Mjrv Elizabeth Itawlinn ...:.. . ......... :,, . j....
1 . i . "... .. . iciiiiin injii t"iuii a whuvi'
o iiouert ur,dg which will tale llace' ... rr Mr. and Mrfc L T. Bonfoey 1
i IK ini...nj ri.....i. c .!.. .' . ' . .. .. .. ... .j
7 '.'T ,N" " -'"'"j " nr. ?nd Mrs. t. W. .Monroe, and -Mr. and
mg at 8 o clock. Mrs. Joe Ehart of Quincy, I1L Mrs. n. K
""' n ?!.' 'HikU.u of Carrollton and Miw Marir'
A urprie hower'Via-'giien at the Zimmerman, of Nrw Yorlci ho will br
bombf Mrs. A. Ji,$andler on Wet week-end guejta here. The house will be
Broadway last nifht fur , ijrs. Arlo denirated ith garden flowers, asters
Then She learns that lie is "an
"The Purtfy League". Right Ir.neV. Mrr tr. who was married i r..:. , lvrV,o..nJ for the tMMJ
I in pungneii'JiU'9Vva.iormrriy Alios irr in the ihning room. Beside-we IMntf;
v?rT": "v.r7 "":.." s ?r "vtv "."."ir-"!a"sr i ai;i. a n.r, t r in.
Laiiunai biuurm in inc jiiirrnj wi ulis. Aira. A. il. joiinsiuin sou nti. .""'"" -
jear. Mrs. Farmer is now teaching the r R fjrr.
sixth grade at the ltenton ScIhm.I. t,
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TONIGHT
ATi9:15 P. M.
We will give away absolutely free S2.50 to the man
smoking, a Counsellor Cigar.
Tavern Billiard Academy
FINE WHITE
ami
PERFECT DIAMONDS
aluays in stock.
Purchased before the recenti
advances tuiich means louen
prices for you. . 7
MNNINGER'S JEWELRY
-V " STORE
813 Broadway
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VHHf DENTS I
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TI... PI.I fit w.rnrilv will hold JOtieik
The Acacia fraternity will entertain liy i.. i,iniihi at the chanter house.- vjl
morrow evening vrilh a dance at the chap. . - 4,
ler bouse. Hie houv will be decoraied Jj Geneta Davis, Liberty, arrired
ith tlie fraternity Volun, thr same color ' .etcrday for a tliort isit at the Phi Mu
cben being earned out in the refresh- Luuse eutoute to Holliiu College, Hollini,
ment course. I Va- here she will hat; charge ot the
K The chaperons ill be: Mr. and Mrs. English department.
W. C Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S.
J5ill, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wliarton and .Mr- ( .Mrs. C a Miller v. ill entertain ai sup-
and Mrs. A. A. Mallard. ier tonight for Mr ana Airs. i. i. uon,
Tev Mr. and Mrs. t. N. Monroe and
J The Phi Camma Delta fraternity enter-,!r. and Mis. J- thart oi vmncy, iu
Mis Marie Zimmerman oi new u...
Mr., R. B. IIu.Uih of Carrollton.'
WITHER ll
LfyEQPLE
OFELaTS
Numerous Vocations Affected
by Reports' and Forecasts
of Important V. S.
Bureau.
COVER
Vu
JVew&apers,
WHOLE COUNTRY
Telegraphs and
formation to Nation's
Residents.
Tlie lletliany Grcle will gie a mqj
.;! al ihe liome of Mra. IJ. A. Job-
nelt from 4 until 6 o'clock Saturday,
aftemoun for all University girla wU
are members or fiiends of the Christian
Chuilll. a
Tlie KaDiu Alplia fraternity enterlain-
!id with a swinmming pay r lnp Christ
tian College natatonum last nignt.
.Twenty couples were present.
' Do you think" U will rain today? Will
tomorrow be a pretty Jay for our picnic?
How shall I plan my farm work for next
week?
Ceorge Reeder of the U. S. Weather
Bureau here answer questions Lie these
every day, frequently before they have
hern asked.
Mr. Reeder finds an explanation far
tlii universal interest in the weather
by observation from his work a meteor
ologist, ire says the weather reports
are of mat interest to all engaged in
production or transportation. The cli
matic surveys now issued show the re
lation of climates to health.
EYUTOIE XMli FOUCAttS
Practically every daily newspaper in
the United Stales given tome apace to
weather forecasts each day. Three and
a half million rural telephone subscribers
get daily weather forecasts through the
exchanges. The distribution of reports
from forecast centers is effected by tef
egraph to over 500 principal points.
, There they are printed and mailed out.
uctolier st was n .-, -. - , &onn mi fo warnings for manns,
"meeting of the Ag Club as We lor . ( forecasts for fruit growers, predic-
ihe barn warming,
elected manager
Cecil .Campbell
tt'.llum Collins was
of the bam warming.!
assistant manager,
lwy of. the. velocities and directions of
air, "currents for the benefit of aviators,
for everybody these are some of the
The Big Wedding
at the Hall Theater
Work is lieing pushed rapidly as posib!e to per
fwt the "Unique Wedding" at the Hall Theater.
Oct. sth. ; . ;.,
SERVICE PLUS EXCELLENCE.
A suresign that jou are going lo be satisfied. These are
two things that you will find at "Jimmies" and they are
the biggest of all.
Our drinks and dishes are made to suit you and that
,'is what we are striving for. Drop in next time and get
your drinks here.
"The Home of Belter Confections,'
JMMIE'S COLLEGE INN
Fifty men to take'part and some of the homliest
in Colunrbia transformed into beautiful women.
Laugh until jour sides split.
Benefit of Boone County Poultry Association.
IWatchlDate for Sale ofjicketsl
Cliarh F. Brown secretary and treat, "jj,, .series rendered by the weather
er and Victor umpoen asaisiaui. 'man.
'The If. S. Weather Bureau maintains
J fatiervlce of collecting and issuing re'
ports on the condition of main state
raids? The bureau issues flood warnings
and forecasts of river stages, primarily
for the protection of life and. property,
but also for the study of the relation be.
tweeVi rainfall and run-off.
Weather reports are far more exten-
live jhan a mere statement, "fair and
warmer tomorrow.' A monthly bulle
tin called "Climatological Data" is sent
to thousands of business men and sub-
acnbers.orer the world. In the Missouri
section of this bulletin, March, 1920, can
be found the wind velocity for the two
days 4ast "spring when the dome of
Academic Hall was damaged and other
property in Columbia was destroyed.
Each monthly issue of "Climatological
rtaM." contains, detaded information
tor toe locality tin which u is published.
ti gf oerjjj e port, lor the whole na
tion.
aid to sHirran
-Not nnlv must the forecaster have an
intimate knowledge of the needs o his
i,trirt." lav Mr. Reeder. "but the recip-
htf lent must be skillful in utilizing the ad
vices. For example, Ihe subject ot
transportation of perishable food pro-
the;
OLD
?We are sdad to see lhc old students back and extend a sin-
D - - 1 t t'm. I tUn rill.
" cere welcome to the new ones, for tlie Denem m uk .
dents who are j'ust starting tins year, we will say mat vyc
are the little Jewelry Store with the big reputation. We
handle the best lines of Jewelry and Silverware and our
repair department is in hands of a competent workman.
We want your business so cut out this coupon and save 10
Per Cent, on your purchase.
10 Per Cent
Rebate on your purchase if jou present this Coupon
to Adams Jewelrv Store.
This Coupon Notj"od on Factory Licensed Price Goods
ADAMS
18 N. 8th St, Phone 1094-Black
The Street That Leads From Broadway to Courthouse.
AUTOMOBILE TIRE SALE5
SPECIAL TOMORROW AND. NEXT WEEK,Jr
Twenty 30x3l Portage Tires with tubes for
only . ....". ..t....'...S21.50 '
Real prices and Goodrich and 01dfielas': all "
. sizes.
DONT FORGET WE DO VULCANIZING fi t
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CRANE TIRE SHOP
9th and Walnut
Phone 894
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House Cleaning
When
bathtubs
washing windows tnoff-mcia
)s tile .white Enamel, efc., a few.
jdropaof, f
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iitve
Rniffii
XPywTi3l& 'i
i in thewater will make themWnand t
.sparkle like new. .-
10 BIG HELPS IN 1
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15c At Yur Ormcmr
J,wh. .ii.Ut affeeta the Dublic. yet it is
one about which people' are only slightly
infatt&L
P "To aid" traMportt'tioS inlerestsT'tne
. . J A L . r? aLHtfWdlll
lorecasferimssc'iiave mi wiurtM--
of effects of temperature, humid
ity and' ventilation on all sorts of com
modities which are packed in various
ways and transported or stored under a
wide range of conditions.
-To nerve the farmer he must know his
needs and what interests are must impor
tant as the season progresses. During
haying' season, for -example, he extends
the penodtf the forecast whenever pos
sible to- three or four days so that the
farmer may kJ"f " .necetsary to save
his crop, lie must give forecasts that will
warn farmers lo protect their stock
against snow,' storms, cold winds and ex
treme lemperitures.'"
MISS OXiftt' TALKS OX ttDIA
T. W. C A. Jfeiaber Hear Led ore
mj Mfaiknirj.
The Y. W. C A. had five foreign vis
itors at toe weekly meeting yesterday.
They' were from India and they listened
wilh perhaps!' greater appreciation than
any pf the rest of the audience to the
talk given by Mm Lilly Dexter Creene,
for twenty six )ears a missionary to In
dia. Miss Creene is on a furlough and
will soon return to her work. The four
visitors were M;'L Palel, P. L Patel.
M. K. Patel, N. Kj Merchant and C. C.
Kulkarni, students in the Universit).
An appreciative laugh came from each
as the speaker gave native phrases.
"India is the most fascinating country
in Ihe world." Miss Creene saiiL "Thel
scenery is wonderful but with 225 per-
sons to an acre of land, the people arej
of greatest interest. Schools of higher'
education have recently been established
for girls and with the enlightenment of j
the women a feeling of nationalism is?
spreading over the country"
The association toted nnanimou-ly to
adopt the membership plan decided upun I
at the national convention al Cleveland
and the future members will only be ask
ed to pledge themselves as believers in
the principles of Christ, while hitherto
they had to be members of'some ortho
dox, evangelical church. All old mem
bers of the T. W. a A. mnt sign a
new pledge card.
A new president will be elected at
the next meeting to succeed Catherine
Hillix, whose illness will prevent her
serving in that capacity.
Miss Camdle Jacobs plavcd a violin
solo.
'LEATHER-BELTS
tvith or tiithout
buckles. x
t7oW A'nrues for your
Waldemar.
HENNINGER'S- JEWELRY
STORE
, 313 Broaduay
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Education '
Doing
Anything
to' "-
YouAt
Religion?
Hear
Roy Ivan Johnson's,
Talks
For
University
Men
"at the
Baptist Church
Sunday, -Sfj30 a. nu
II. C. Pepper,
Class Secretary.
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We are now prepared to'do'airkinds of plain and fancy
sewing. Evening gowns a specialty. Come in and gie us'
a trial.
MRS. HASTY AND ENGLE '
Phone 1196-Black 208 South 10th Street,
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Hall Theatre!
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Tonight and Saturday
. . Matinee Sat..-3-p. m.
You'll say this is the funniest naughty nicest comedy drama 3
you hae ever seen.
wfct!
A. C A. Gmcert In University Audi
torium Sept. 2S. 8 P. M. (adv.)
Hot Cakes
Are Breakfast
Head Liners of
Every Restaurant
But Nature Decrees
That No Two Things
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Should Be Alike
And W Admit It
Ours Are Different
"HURRY BACK"
SAMPSON
Basement .Sampson
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She Iiad been married to oh! such a good man for three? A
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dreary cars. tiut oi course such a good man could not.
live long. Her period of mourning over, she went uld
Search of 'a Sinner" and oh! girls, what a time she has.
ALSO
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"Up In'Alfs Place"
A Mack Sennett Comedy
COME EARLY PIRST SHOW 7:U
NEW GROCERY
KASft AND KARRY
.-Cor. Ninth, and Cherry .
Our New. Cash Store will open-the first part otnext week with a complete Vim
of groceries. - , . - . v-jg
Our business will be conducted on a cash basis only, and.by selling for ca
wc niu. uc auie iu ivc yuu uie uest oi grocenes ac most reasonable prices.
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Our Store will occupy the Building formerly
occupied by the Sunnyside Grocery
Phone 220
Phone 220
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