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VfHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURIAN. FRIDAY- SFPTtmpe-p 17 1920
WILL ALASKA .
rifle of any country, and also the first
time the match has been won by a mem
ber of an American team.
Newsprint Shortage May Be
Overcome by National For
ests of Northern Ter
ritory. DEVELOPING RESOURCES
Chief Forester Greeley Opposes
Local Commission as Be
ing Unwise and Inefficient.
130 BOYS IS C. H. S.
Thirty boys went out for the 6rst foot
ball practice of the year of the Colum.
bia High School Wednesday. Enthusi
asm was shown by the boys turning out
for practice yesterday, according to J;
J. Shy, football coach. i
"We hare many letter men back with i
us,? said Mr. Shy, "and many othersf j
who, although not letter men, show sur
prising football ability. We are going
to hare a banner year. We are trying I
to arrange a serin of football games. I
Many will be played out of town with
uoonvme, Aioneriy and other neighbor
Br JllJ r.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. Tliat the
shortage of newsprint will be overcome
by new paper mills in Alaska is predicted
by CoL W. B. Greeley, chief or the forest
service, who has just returned from a
month's inspection of timber and crater
power on the Tongass National Forest.
"The national forests of Alaska," said
Colonel Greeley, "contain resources sif
Scient to produce 1,500,000 tons of paper
annually in perpetuity, and a paper
MORE ACTIVITY TICKETS
WILL BE ISSUED
The supply of 2100 activity tickets is
sued by the athletic department of the
University for the football season has
teen exhausted. The department has
Ordered 1000 more tickets and these will
be offered for sale just as soon as the
printer can deliver them. If the addition
al 1000 tickets are not enough to meet
the demand still more will be printed un-
1 til every person who desires to buy a
ticket is accommodated, tier) one will
be given an opportunity to buy one. The
price of the activity tickets for the foot-
Hustrr in the Territory is now assured."
uuonei oreeiey oeiieves mat me admin-1 DaH season is $4.
Minion oi masaas great resources)
should be put in the hands of men on ROUTINE PRACTICE
me ground, cut is opposed to the trans- Off ROLLINS FIELD
The varsity went through the regular
fer of all federal interest to a local com
A sale of 100,000,000 feet of pulp lim
ber has been made, and a second sale
of 1,500,000,000 feet, which will supply a
large paper plant for 30 years, is now
being arranged. "The national forests
of Alaska," said Colonel Greeley, "of
routine practice yesterday afternoon.
Dummy scrimmage, line work and tack!
ing took up nuxt of the time. The fresh,
men line has been used for the last two
days to give the varsity practice in avoid
ing tackles in open field running.
The entire squad met at 7:15 o clock
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fer paper manufacturer an ample fup-?a5t night in the gymnasium for skuU'
ply of pulp timber, available tinder long
term contracts at low prices ancWubjeet j
to very pimple and reasonable cutting:
requirements. The forest nervce is doing r
its ulmoe. to develop this resource of the FRESHMAX SQUAD
trritory. We W not only make Alaska navvx t t-c
one of the great sources of paper for the
United Sates; but
hv ksininiT iht rnl
oar forests are growing. Taper manu-' J" A- Krfy. 71k "P""1 b" bern cul"'
facturers who go to Alaska can count up- ' a' promises 10 lose a icw mure ai
on an assured supply of raw material "-tomorrow s practice.
indefinitely. Thc ,ncn " ,re """'"S K00' """'
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The chief -r points " tha ite. ,, a, .
nauonal forest limber ha. applied .11 T fn(, Rw ,,
the sawmills on the coast of Alaska for . rf Stonn, ,, Ml(.
U!e pasi w years, .unusaea, -rgo .wo-, y w am, ,.,,, )ook j
practice. Signals were reliearsed, old
plays reviewed and new ones talked
Although the freshmen' are handicap-
t we will make the in-lPO1 br llcV- of equipment they are fast
, as it is inNbrwayv'roaI"''n'! 'nl nale undr the tutelage
i of limbe writhinVharNf William fBill! CoIJins and Captain
tities of lumber and mine timbers for
local use, salmon cases by me hundred
thousand, and high grade spruce for ship
ment to the eastern states. "Such facts,"
he said "show that the national forests
in the backfield.
PHI CAMS BEAT
Will PSIS r e
' In n ettra innine came vesterdar af-
in Alaska are not locked up or shackled Crnoon the Phi Gamma Deltas beat the
with burdensome restrictions as has been i p,j jjpp, pfi, by a score of 6 to 5- The
frequently alleged. (game was scheduled for seven innings.
The development of Alaska, in the In the siith the Phi Psis tied the score
chief foreter's opinion, his not been held and look a one run lead in the first half
back by overconscrvalion as many claim,! of the eighth. A batting rally by the Phi
but mainly by business conditions which! Cams-in the last half netted them too
have prevenmLjaptaj-rDni MLima.'njkc,f!Pe- r-jjjrjwj.
her resources. .-.-- "T Batteries: For Phi Camma Delta, Wack-
"Alaska," said Colonel Greeley, "can- her and Whitbread; for Phi Psi. M.ddox
not be made prosperous overnight by nd . Plattenburg.
passing some ne.w law. It is going to Umpires: Nathan and Jaqu.n.
condition in the worlds market, -"t'l I
conditions inthe worlds markets. All MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
the same lime, federal administration '
can undoubtedly be improved and we owe '
it to Alaska to aid her development in
Mrs. F. R. Cray and Mrs. F. G. Kline
every practicable way. The Erst step In ent to New York Thursday.
my judgment snouia ne to urccniraiize
the handling of federal matters by put
ting a representative of each department
or bureau in the Territory with full
authority to transact its business on. the
ground. Ninety per cent of the work of
ih. Fnmt Service in Alaska is dispatch
ed by our resident supervisors and only I home at Browns this morning after visit
matters of the greatest importance come
to Washington. This sort ol organiza-
M. J. Ilnghes went to bt- Louis yes-
tcrday on business.
Harold Norllicutt of Hannibal arrived
yesterday to visit friends in Columbia.
R. S. Bradford went to Mnberly this '
Miss Nettie Castleman returned to ner
nr for several davs in Columbia.
Mrs. A. J. Bass and son, Andrew, ten
lion is me cure for long range adminis-this morning for S"t. Louis to spend the
tration and red tape. These responsible j eek end. i
federal officers might well form an Alas- W. II. Burhnal of Columbia will preach '
kan cabinet, acting as a unit in working t(t the church five miles north of Fulton I
out the best means for developing her I next Sunday morning. 1
resources. Furthermore, the territory j Doctor Crawford of St. Joseph is the "
should be given more selfgovernmant in , guest of his daughter, Miss Mildred I
l.l nutters and should be 'aided by I f-rawford. a student in die University. .
liberal federal appropriations to develop Miss Hallie Stephens, of Kansas Gty,
"1 seriously question," said the chief
forester, "the proposal that a local com
mission in Alaska uke over the admin
istration of all federal laws and public
resources. After all, the national inter
na in Alaska are uppermost. Her vast
tresis should meet acute needs arising
from the depletion of our timber. These
resources should, I belive, be handled in
Alaska by the same experienced agencies
is -Visiting Miss Haltie Louise Bihr at
her home on West Broadway.
Mrs. W. P. Hall and daughters, of
Lancaster, have taken an apartment at
the Gordon Hotel building.
A. F..Coeper went to St. Louis yes
terday to spend the week.end at his
Miss FJirabelh Burlingame arrived in j
Columbia from her home in Foristell,!
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mtA nnAr thi- unw nnlform national , w n riiHwllI returned to his home
policies as the Stales rthemselves. or j : ,,. Girardeau yesterday, after at- j
would it seen wise to cut Aiasaa on( tending to business here.
from the energies and technicle skill of j jj j(,n gchutt of Bremerton, Wask,
great federal departments which are ex-1 j, Tjsitjng Jj,,, Q. W. Weaver, 1621 Cau
pens in doing the veryythings she needs
to hate done.
WFLE CHAMPION IS
HONORED BY GOLD BRAIDS
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-Gold braid-
Mrs. R. E. Talbert is visiting her sis- j
ler in-law, Mrs. Zuma Bloomer, 1606
Miss Jennette Howard, A. B. '19, ar
rived here yesterday I from Corpus
Christ!, Tex, to visit Miss Florence Pot-
Mr. and Mrs. James Morris of Ham-
ed admirals and cenerals with war dec-! hnrre. la- relumed to ibeir home this
orations gave the individual rifle champ-1 morning after" having spent a week with J
ion of the world. Sererant Morris Fisher their neire. Mrs. Tilden Turner. i
of the United Stales Marines, "gangway" Mrs. M. A. Barnes left for St. Louis
and admiration when he arrived here t thj morning to visit her daughter, Mrs.
from Antwerp. Belgium, last week. j L. L. White, and her son. Dr. O. D.
Using the United Stales magarinerine. I Barn". -.,,, V.inmn
FUhrr won lhe.30Ometer Tree rifle match t M'f Maiine Christopher. Kathryn
at the Olympic shoot last month .gains, Campbell and Comne Kramer wen, to
ninety competitor, representing thirteen Si- Louis Thursday to vr-.t over the
different nations. His score of 996 out i week-end.
of a possible 1080 was 7 points over that J. K. OHceron left for Mexico wed
of his nearest rival, Larsen, of Denmark. ' nesday afternoon on a business trip for
In this event the use of any type or the Y. M. C A. From there he will go
pattern of rifle is permissible, with to Montgomery Uly.
no restrictions as to telescopic sights.! Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. John have,
special barrels and other accessories which arrived from Fulton and have taken an
make for accuracy. Fisher's performance i apartment at the Gordon Holel build
marks the first lime ihi match has ever ling. Mr. John i the Columbia agent
been won with the standard military fur the Pierre Oil Corporation.
Now, in comnicmoraliun of that event, we are institutinjr our first
ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY SALE This sale, coming as it docs aPtlic beginning of the Fall Season when new merchandise is on display and
stocks arc complete, gives our patrons the finest opportunity for outfitting at prices seldom obtained before the regular clearance sales at the
son's end. This sale is our birthday" party and ' ' .
YOUR CELEBRATION OF LOWER PRICES AND GREATER SAVINGS
Selected from our regular stock suits
in all sizes, 16 to 46, including all the
season's popular clolis and shades, with
silk linings; in fact all Suits that were"
priced up to $49.75 will be offered only in
ANNIVERSARY SALE $39.75
Plush Coats in- the short style are most
desirable and will give the desired wear;
lined and well made. We have selected a
humber from regular stock for the stecial
ANNIVERSARY SALE $29.75
A selection of Cloth Coats of unusual
merit and the new materials and style
touches will win your admiration, the for
mer prices being more and are offered for
ANNIVERSARY SALE $24.75
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Already our prices on Wool Dresses
was very low, but in this sale we most
include dresses and have selected all
wool dresses which formerly sold up
to $27.75, fashioned of Serge and Tricr
tines and combinations all neatly trimmed.
These dresses wiU only be offered during
ANNIVERSARY SALE $19.95 "
Pretty dainty Bouses fashioned of good
quality. Georgette .Crepe with trinimings of
laceaaT&boBs&me wMi the short sleeves
-i-these blouses are excellent values at
ANNIVERSARY SALE $5.95
One special lot of Silk Pongee Blouses
made with both the high and low neck style
and-3 'usc that will give the desired wear
for scfiool-or business.
The formepriceronlthese blouses have
been forgotten and are offered in the
ANNIVERSARY SALE $3.98 -
The thrifty housewife will rejoice in such an opportunity to prepare for Fall anil Winter. The stock of piece-goods and domestics is complete, giving an exceptional occasion to secur
merchandise for all household uses at unusual concessions in price at this time of the year.
Offering Daisy Muslin, full 36
inches wide and free from
starch;. made of a fine thread
and full bleached. Owing to
the special price below cosl on
this item we will have to limit
10 yards to a customer.
Anniversary Sale 27c the yard
One special lot of Black Sateen
of extra quality and weight; '
especially adapted for making
gymnasium suits,- btoomers, etc;
the 98c grade, during
Anniversary Sale 72c the yard'
This is a good duality ol
Huck toweling and the size is
18x34 inches at the very spe
Anniversary Sale 23c each
Choice nt all slain, fancy
stripe and plaid Amokeag or
Utility ginghamsTall fast col.,
ore and are in regular stock at
39c yard, during
Anniversary Sale 35c yard
A gud brown Muslin and full
36 inches wide and will soon
''-JJeach white a real bar-
gain. - v
Anniversary Sate 23c yard
94 Sheeting '
Wrarwdl Bleached Sheeting.
full 9-4 width and free from
' starch; woven taped edge
which insures the loaf wear;
from the fafi that this is
quoted below cost we wiH Cat!
the quantity to any one party
to 10 yards.
Anniversary Sale 78c the yard
Ready made sheets are included
at a very special price are full
81x90 size, made from the best
quality sheeting; fnll bleached
and free from starch.
Anniversary Sale tZDO each
Our Daisy Pillow Cases made
from an extra good quality
bleached sheeting; 42x36 size
are special during ,
Anniversary Sale 49c each
A good heavy Turkish towel,
large size 22x44 Inches, and a
good value at 65c, during this
.Anniversary Sale 49c each
During this sale only we .will
stll our $1.25 Climax 3-pound
bait, made of white cotlon and
a full filling for a large sized
Anniversary Sale $1X0 each
" All our regular 29c Apron
Checks are included and affords
; an opportunity to replenish the
, worn-out aprons at a saving.
Anniversary Sale 25c yard
Carmen Hair Nets
Made from real human hair,
hand tied and of large size, ant
n guaranteed to she a satisfac
tory . services; copes, in all
Anniversary Sale 18c Each
A nice soft cotton blanket comes in size 64x76, double blanket and
the regular price of this blanket is $3.98; during
Anniversary Sale $3.25 pair
Nashua Wool Nap Blanket th is is a good warm blanket and has the
appearance bf being wool and comes in size 66x80 double; pretty plaid3
of blue, pink, grey and tan. Special for
Anniversary Sale $6.50 pair
Our Special Two-in-One Blanket which has the same weight as a pair
of blankets, but is warmer, will wash better and wear longer than any other
pair of blankets of the same weight; comes in size 66x84 in an assortment
of beautiful plaids of blue.'pink, grey and tan; very special
Anniversary Sale $6.95
- "-"ALL'DEPARTMENTS JOIN IN THIS SALE
Lack of space prevents the" advcrtising.of many items:
A vigil" to, the store to fill some need not listed, in this ad-vci-tisemenl
will proe that we are making; this sale all
, inclusive in celebration of our.anniversary. sea
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All values are real, ijuaiiura us me wv auu v."j
up to the minute. $ '
Conic early, avoid the rush.
YOU'LL CONGRATULATE YOURSELF FOR COMING IN
Offered in this sale is the Ste
vens 18-inch brown or white
I toweling. Linen Toweling has
been scarce and you should re
plrnih your wants at Una spe
cial price which is only for An-
niversary sale 29c the yard
t-- Cuticura Soap
Woodbury's Soap ,
- ! Resinol Soap ...
i -vPaImolive Snap. .,......
Mavis talcum I'owaer ...
PtpVxIent Tooth Paste...
Pcbero Tooth Paste
All-Wool French Serge
We take delis, in offering this
quality merchandise, far only
by a special purchase is U
possible; 44 inches wide aad hi
shades of taopev. brown, aavy
and midnight. Only (faring da
Anniversary Sale $258 th
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22c a cake
9c a cake
.....2Ze a can
39c a tea
.39c a tab
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