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Umendment Provides for Pay
ment of 60,000,000 Bond
Issue by Auto License
h00D ROADS DAY OCT. 22
Moving Pictures Circulated in
State to Show Effect
aieret in th aiming flection in, Ml.
ri partly crnlfirtl in ihe vol in? f
160,000,000 Lorn, tone for the -
ruction of a state-Hide system m liard-
Lrficed roaiK It U said that the great
4 dinger to the Gootl Ruads Amend
(cot j Acrcunfidence on the part f
one and lark of information by oth
rs. This amendment, Lnon as Cood
oatU AmendnKnt No. G, provides that
Mie automobile hcen fees of the state
Bull te ft aside for the pajment of
: bonds thus relieving the property
men of the ate from a state proj-
rrr tax. A conservative estimate of au
mobile lifene fees Knows tuat.llie ag-
Irepte amount at the present regUtra-
on fee will be sutficient to rehire the
Lnds and meet the interest charges
hereon, and in addition leate a large
,m for maintenance.
At the prefect time a chart furnished
r the Cow! Roads Association of Iraq
is City &hovs that in Miouri altmit
fnr vttmiirs hae vntetl ud district
Lndt and are planning lo buihHhard
,rf3ced roadi. Twenty iwumtrOhate
ted against the bonds while in the re
fttining counties the people, hue not
Loved enough interest "to vote ho Ure
litter. Boone County has toted ipi
ict bonds, and is rounted upon locator
Amendment. Stickers for the wind
Id of motor cars, bearing, tlw earn-
kign cry of Lift MKvmri uut of the
ad" are to be distributed to etery au
mobile owner in Columbia and in
Lone County. This is but one oT the
any means of publicity planned for the
ipport of Amendment ft. 6.
ArPF.AL TO FARMERS
The farmer is being appealed to in
liny was to gain his 5upport of Uic
iaendment. First, the t-late and fed-
al government will build two liard
irfaced roads acrovt this county and he
;I1 be required to stand none of the ev
rne. This connected yteta of roads
j'ngs the market closer to tlie farm,
ie state automobile fees pay tlie entire
ml of the road.
Twenty.five copies of a two-hundred
Bot motion picture film hate Iwen sent
at to theaters of the .i3te by the Kan
fGty office atf the Com! Roads Am
iin. Tlie pictures t.hi the contract
general living condition of cnmmu-
ie provided with hard urfaced road
d those uing dirt highways. The rf
t on educational advantages is Imvn.
d the ease of access to the markets en-
ed by the farmers who drive over
td roads U empliasized. Tliese pic
es will be circulated btate-wide, going
all cities having motion picture thowa.
The big job f lifting Missouri out of
w mud is not a party iv-ue. It has
strongly indorsed in the stale plat-
ms of both the Republicans and tlie,
imocrats. IJot.i Arthur M. lljde and
hn M. Atkinson, the two candidate
governor, have given Amendment No.
heir hearty approval and are adviving
E7S tn give their vote for the Amend-
I nt The various grouin of the Mis-
ri Rankers' Asxociation, during their
l-tings held in various parts of the
e recently, indorsed the Amendment
are working for its adoption. Of
rn hundred and fiftv newnaiers in
Isouri that have been canvasbedf not
has opposed the bond issue, acconl
to an official of the Cood Roads
jnciation. Soenty-five per cent of the
ts have declared in favor of the is
through editorial comment.
COXMSTEAT EDITORIAL StrPORT
Ifficials of the movement point'to the
istrnt newspaper Mipport as the most
Iusive evidence of tlie jxipubrity of.
bond iHue in the state. Resident
ural communities visited recently by
W. Catts agricultural commissioner
he Kanass City dumber of Com
"e, Iiave expressed almost universal
oval of the bonds.
lie governor lias issued a proclama-
naming rnday, October 22, as Good
Is Day in all public schools of the
r. Through the state teachers r-
lation arrangements Iiave been made
jiier prizes to the pupils giving the
reasons for better h!chwas and in
lort of the proposed state bond issue.
prizes will be awarded on tlie date
rd. The governor urges all citizens
patrons of the public schools to ex-
k their influence in favor of the is-
Illinois Clul. (.'Ires Dlnnfr.
je IllinoK Club, cf ChrUlian Cnl-
giie a dinner in tlie collrce din-
Foom Saturday rtroing. The slale
t blur and goIJ, were uei! a dec-
l"i lor Ihe table. Vllow clir)-
mums ere the flowers and huge
of yellow corn made an attracthe
ffpiece. Tlie nilor Kberae car-
out in the desert, which as blue
pld ice cream and indiiidual cake
gold icing. The faculty guel
President and Mr. Edgar D. Lee.
Roe Ijee Rienby, Mrs. Edith
, Mademoiselle Du Pre. Mi Lucy
laws. Miss Margaret Steele. Miss
Ie Lee Waller and Miss Aline Wil-
filRL HIKERS EXJ0T I0XG TRIP
rnltmlfjr (SlrN VKIt JpffrrMn City
Return bj Train.
U'e had a regular circus on that hike.
I wouldn't have wissrd it for the world,"
said one of the seven University girls
.Ih started on a hike to Jefferson Gty
last Friday afternoon. The girls left
Gdumbia at 5 uclotk in the afternoon.
Arriving at Ashland at 8:30 they spent
the night at a hotel there. At 7 o'clock
the nevt morning they started to hike
the seventeen miles to Jefferon Gty. The
roads weie-' muddy and hindered their
progress but a five mile limit enabled
them to reach the capital at 1 oVIork that
Mrs. Margaret Ctumberlaiii of Read
Hall was notified by telegraph of their
The girls uited the Capital Ruilding
and climbed to the top f the dump. They
also visited ihn penitentiary.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldman entertained
them at ihe Madison Hold until they re
turned Smith) morning by train.
Some of the girls received four jtoints
in the V. A. A. for twenty miles of the
hike. The oilier took it only for the en
joyment. On the trip ihi) were taken
for army recruiters and for football play
ers Tlie girls are planning another hike
and will take a much larger numler the
Thoe who went this time are: Vera
Flucmier, Eliza belli Franks Hrnrutta
Huek, Camille Jacobs Gertrude Martin,
Josephine James and Polly Fink.
E. BROWN WILL
Phi Mu Alpha to Bring Noted i
Musicians to Couiinhia
The series of musical concerts to be
given under the auspices of Phi Mu
Alpha, mu-ical fraternity, this year give
promise to be of a higher t)pe than
has been brought to Gdumbia during
any previous season. Among the musi
cians .who will appear in Columbia this
winter are some of the country's most
Eddv Rrowti, known as the "essential
ly American violinist, opens the season,
here with a concert early in November.
The public is well acquainted with Mr.
Brown's playing through his phonograph
ret oids. Numerous pres tributes Iiave
been paid to lus playing. One of the
mot representative, r-r!iaps i tlie fol
lowing from the New lork Herald: "To
play so well as to induce a public to
hear one again and again dtinand power
of an unusual sort. Eddy Rrown has it.
Keinald Vverrenrath. baritone, come
here November 2X I-ast reason Mr. Wer
renralh appeared In more tlian eighty
concerts given in large cities all over
the United States. Twenty-five of these
concerts were return engagements.
In December, the Zoellner Quartet will
give a concert here. Joseph Zoellner. and
his children, Antoinette, Amandus ami
Joseplt, Jr., Iiave played in European cen
ters r art as well as in Amtrica. lliey
are the musicians of whom HeJeu Keller
said, "When you play to me, immediately
a miracle is wrought, right is given the
blind, and deaf ars hear swcct, strange
Still other noted musicians are sched
uled for concerts in Columbia later in the
season. Mabel Garrison, soprano; Lam
bert Murphy, tenor; and the Alsatian
pianist, Sc limit z, are some of the Mar
whose performance will be heard by Co
lumbia's muic-lovers this season.
"People in Columbia are becoming
more refined in their tastes for music,
.says one of the okti wIhi is assisting in
bringing star performers here. "Tliat
is one reason why we are planning a
more expensive and a belter scries of
concerts titan ever liefore.
CAMFORMA TOD ' CROWDED
Easterner Had Kfirr for the West
Rill Soon ,osl It.
v.. jn ii-lt flio wnrKt ilt.ti ue are
glad to get hack to civilization," said
W. II. Huglies ul Washington, I'jl, tins
iroming, as be and his family sat in their
two travel-stained cars in the parking on
U', u.r .irtu-l iiib ihe California
fever, and, like thousands of other peo
ple, were not satistie! uniu we soiu oui
a goMl business at home and went to
California. California U ovcrcrowde! at
A Real Grocery
Store There's quilc a distinc
lion betucen the cointnoii
garden variety of grocery
stores and ours. Ours was
built to render 100 per
cent service. First and
foremost is the high qual
ity of food c offer and
second is the care : take
in gelling it to you. If you
arcn'f a jialroii of litis store
you're missing a real treat.
Three Organizations in U. S.
Fighting the Use of Tobacco
Will we lie deprived our tobacco now
that we have prohibition and woman suf
frage is a question1 many men are asking
themselves. Tlie women undoubtedly
had greater difficulty getting their suffrage
because of the fear of the men that the
women wi.uhl take away their personal
There are three organizations in U.
S. opposing the use of tobacco, the W.
C T, II, the Ufe Extension Institution
of New Yoik and the No-Toback League
of America. Of these the W, G T. U.
is by far the most powerful, both in in
fluence and size, and the results of its
work will lie felt more than the others.
No local lrnion is comjiellnl tu take up
the fight against narcotics, but the Na
tional W. G T. U, lias collected and ar
ranged material for the campaigns if the
local Tnions desire it.
Tlie Department of Anti-Narcotics has
made anti-cigarette ami anti tobacco
pledge cards. Blotters i-liowiiig the bad
iTicis f tr.hacco and the use of posters
and stickers are also effective was used
by the I'nioii for publicity. Tlie stickers
bear such inscription as: "Tlie boy who
mokes cigjictte nred not lie ami.. us
about his future; he has none"; and
"Ggarelte sm..king is a mark of tlegen
erary; Tlie W. C T. U. has alwas tlevotnl a
geat deal of time and energy to the pre
venting of the use of tobacco among boys
Tlie scientific facts against smoking by
reem with people who went there ami
now are absolutely broke haven't the
money to pay their way home again.
Ripht now there are between 30000 and
J,Uuu persons in u Angeles wlio can't
find a place to fleep. They are putting
cots in the churches and still they can't
find accommodations for all the people.
We went there to live but we Iiave had
enough of it and now we are on our way
liack home to Cod country in Wash
ington, Pa., and we are mighty glad to
I- going there.
The Hughes family took with them on
their 8,000 mile trip a two-montli4-old
baby, but lie was never sick a day. He
sat in the car today, cooing and smiling
at the people of Columbia quite as if
he had always lived here.
MM4L Clint (H AIDS POLES
Contributions to Be Received Mon
day anu Tuesday.
Sunday was Polish Relief Day at the
Methodist ihurch. The entire Southern
Methodist Church is co-operating in a
program which will help to relieve the
suffering in Poland this winter.
The story of conditions in Poland Is
told by Miss Luayle, a Protectant relief
worker. "The suffering there is going
ti be unspeakable. People are starving
row; so you ran Imagine what winter
will mean," 4ie- wrote. "Please send
your worn clothing. We must Iiave sup
plies; clot lies ilothes clothes!"
Hospitals are without gauze or mater
ials for bandages for urgical cases
Many of the little children are without
clothing. Native Protestant workers,
themselves without sufficient clothes are
unable to go among the (x-ople to admin
isfer comfort. Soap for bath and laundry
ue is needed for cleanliness that will
T Is urged that people give their old,
slightly worn clothing to the committee
in order tlut it may be shipped to Poland
before tlie told weather sets in. Contri
butions were received at the ihurch all
day Monday and Tuesday.
Assessment Data Ready January 20.
1. II. Sapp, county assessor, and N.
T. Robinon, deputy assessor, went to
llocheport today to finish collecting as
iSsment data. Their reports will not be
eady until about January 20.
Food is the stuff that man is made of,
"and the kind of food you eat determines
the kind of nun or woman jmi arc or will
Choose your on n food
It is a duly to see thai your hair is kept
clean all the time. A good shampoo will
keep it in the best of condition.
StylMi hair dressing will add to your appearance.
THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. QCT0BER19. 1920
oung Loys are so overwhelming that the
Union has liad no trouble enlisting the
sympathy and co-operation of the mothers
of bovs. Tlie campaign cf the W. G T.
ti. is to the reasoning process and to the
material interests rather than upon the
use of tobacco as a habit,
"Nicotine next" is the name of a little
book which the Union has distributed
widelv especially in the public schools.
It was written by Frederick W. Roman,
a profesir in S)raeiise UniverMtv. Tlie
first chapter calls attention to the waste
cf land. One acre out of every 250 is
used for tobacco, and this only the liettt
land which Is son worn out, savs Mr.
Roman. Tlie second thapter i devoted
to showing the amount of labor that !
wasted, lite injury to workers by tultcrcu
lois and the ofTrne to the dignity of la
bel on the part of tobacco users by bar
ing their emploves clean spittoons and do
other such work which they themselves
would not do.
The third and fourth chapters treat
of the destruction of proper I), giving
statistics as tit the value of tobacco Used
compared with the value of certain essen
tials and pointing out a few specific in
stances of fire caused by cigareltes.
notlier cchaptcr tell- of the effect of to
bacco, and another gives home opinions
from David Marr Jordan, Irving FUlier,
John Burroughs Arthur Capper and Phil
ander P. Clatton. Tlie Ia-t chapter,
"W hy Men Smoke, contains the reasons
tlial man men haves en for smoking.
IN PRICE DROP
Sugar, Means and Milk Selling
Much Lower Than Prices
Here Six Months Ago.
Prices uf (imkI stuff are trailing in tlie
gradual decline r f all iirices, according to
the merclianu of Columbia. Some of tlie
nut inarLrd fall in price are in sugar,
potatoes, corn, tomatoes and pea.
"Supar now sells at $13 a hundred,
nhde ix month ago, it price was
$29 65." said Ceurce II. Kunlrl of the
llrlzlrr Market. "Tim fall in the price
of sugar will lead tu a fall in price of all
things which are made from, or contain
a preat amount of sugar," continued Air.
"Uread, which formerly weighed
twtlie ounces, has not fallen in price
hut weighs thirteen ounces. Beans, too,
net just lialf wliat they did tix months
ago. Meat seems to he Iiolding its own
fairly well, and although it is not as high
as it was s. months ago. still there is no
special dcilinr noticeable," concluded
Arcoidiug to the White Eagle Dairy,
milk has fallen from 18 cents a tjuart to
16 cents a quart and butter has fallen
from 75 tents to 65 cents a pound. Ice
cream remains at the same price.
The Sunn) side Crocery and Nowell's
predict a fuilher decline in prices anil
feel that prices will continue to fall until
they reach tile other eilreme.
l.racue Ifu. Prohibition Mght.
At a meeting Sunda) night of the Ep
worth League of the Wilkes Boulnard
MetlirnKsi Churcli. lead b Mrs. S. L.
Foiee, the subject "Making Prohibition
EfTectie" was discussed. Mrs. Josephine
Curies, president of the locadiwsion of
lire W. C. Tt 11, talked on the "Boone
Dry Amendment." and talks on prohibi
tion were made by George ttaretl and
Prince Stone. The program included a
duet b) Mrs. James Mathis anil Miss Huth
12 N. 9th St.
Initial Missouri Display to Be
Held January, 1921,
TWO " PREMIUM LISTS
Contest Oicii to Commercial
Crowers, Vocational and
Other U. or M.
The first annual Missouri Horticultural
SIlOW will be held ill the Horticultural
Building, University of Missouri, during
rarmers Week, January, l'JJl.
Commercial growers, short course nu.
dents tucational students and oihrr
Liihrrsity students will Le given an op-
ponunity to enter products for premiums.
The best time to select the clwiirsl
fruit and vegetables for the show is now,
during the puking and stotinz season.
All products diircted to the horticul
tural department of the llniversily in
rare of the show cammitlee will be prop
erly cared for free. Cold storage will be
supplied to products aiming eatly. Tliose
eiiuliilors who cannot attend the show
are assured proer eihibitiun of their
Under fruit, the following list with pre.
miums lias been made:
,1. 'ale Jarielr Contest Ihe amirs) :
Jonathans First, second and third
Ben Davis First, second and third
Delicious Mrst, second and third
Cano, or Black Hen First, second
ami third places,, ribbons.
Crimes Golden First, second and
third places, ribbons.
Miscellaneous First, vcond and third
A special award will be given tu first
place in each variety and each class.
Silver leving cup will be awarded to the
highest scoring plate.
It. Single Ttay Exhibit;
Open class, an) variety. First, second
and third places, ribbons. First place,
C Fruit Display i
0cn class, anv Wirt). First, second
and third places, ribbons. First place,
A. Fruit lUnkrt Contest:
Open to sororities, winner to be deter
mined by popular vote. Votes will cost
1 cent eaclu First prize. I box of Jona
thans. Under vegetables, the following list
with prcmlnns has been made:
U. Potatoes ()fir potatoes :
Open class. First place, special award.
V, bite variel) First, second and third
lied First, second and third places
Yellow First, second and third place,
fT. Itubbartl or 'crooled neeL squash:
Largrst ami best individual. Open
class. Special award, and first, srguid
and third place, ribbons.
II. Display of lepelaUes:
Open class. Prizes same as in C
For further information address, pre
mium list committer, liorticultura! depart
ment. University of Missouri, Columbia,
TAKES PAIN OUT
Keep Sloan's handy for backac&e
strains and sprains, too
SLOANS Liniment has been sold
for 39 years. Today, it is more
popular than ever. There can be
but one answer Sloan's produces re
cUts. Apptied without rulbini.it penetrates
to the afflicted part, bringing relief
from rheumatic twinges, sciatica; sore,
stiff, strained muscles; baclcaches,
sprains, and other external pains, often
the result of exposure. It leaves no
jmissiness, skin stain or clogged pores.
Get a large bottle for greater econ
omy. Keep it handy for use when,
seeded. Your druggist has it. Three
sizes 35c, 70c, $1.40.
I. Wolf son
Tlie Only Ladies' Tailor
between St. Louis and
Our reputation for the best
work and one that pleases
everybody is recognized in
Columbia. Your patronage
will be appreciated.
Phone 834 Miller BIdg.
PHIZES FOB RUKAL PUPILS
Rally mil Br Held In Columbia
The prozram for the Boone County" ru
ral school rally tn be held in Columbia
next Friday and 'the donors of prizes for
each event follow:
10:00 a. m. Parade of all schools,
each marching under a Imme-nudc
I.-, i . t I ,, . . ..
rcnooi uanner, tea oy university uamL
12:00 noon. Basket dinner followed
by short after-dinner speeches: hand con.
cert and singing in concert by all schools.
2:30 p. m. Athletic rontests at I'ol
100-yard ibsh Bojs 14, 15 or 16 jears
of age. First prire offered by Svkes S
Broa.lhead Chi. Co, $20 necktie. Sec.
nd prie, $1 bottle of toilet water. Peck
50 yard laIi liijs 9 to 10 years of
age. Prize offered by ). W. Bunlwrll
Mer. Ok. 11.25 worth of merchandise.:
100-yard dash Bovs ll." or 13 years
oi age. rrire ottered by lligbee S lbk.
aday do. Co one one bov t can.
50-yard dasli Boys 7 to 8 vears of age.
i-rize ottered by II. W. iioutwell Mrr.
Co, $1.25 worth of merchandise.
Slick-ltorse race Each boy rides a stick
horse lioys 5 to 6 years of age. Prize of.
fered by the Columbia Bnig Co, one
pound of randy.
Long-distance thn Girls, 13, It, 15
or to years ol age. lirst and second
priM, offered by Wolff-Berger Gi, one
pair of silk liose.
1-ond-dUlanee throw Bo)s, 13, 14, 13
or 16 years of age. Prize offered by, the
iiartn (.Joining to, one A, ( h. cap.
I-ong-disiancr throw Bovs 9. 10. 11 or
12 years of age. Prize offered by Ceery's
Jewelry Store, one Waterman's fountain
Peanut race Cirls 6, 7 or C years of
age. True ottered by the Wolff-Better
Co, two paiis of 79c liose.
Elephant race Bovs y to 12 years of
of age. Prize offered by A. Fredendall's,
cne-half dozen mens handkerchiefs.
Egg race Cirls 13 to 16 vears of age.
First prize offered by -John II. Estes 13
vanity case. Second prize by Wollf-Brr-ger
Gi, one pair silk hose.
Elpliant race Bo)s 9 to 12 )ears of
age. Columbia tandy Kitclieii, two
pound box of chocolates.
Egg race Cirls 9 to 12 years of age.
Prize offered by Wolff-Berger, two pair
of 1 9 cent hysi.
Broad jump standing Bojs. 13 to 16
vears of age. Prize offered hy Adams
Jewelry Store. Prize, $3 worth of nier-
Broad jump standing -Bo) s, 9 to 12
vears of age. Firl prize offerrd by Adams
Jrwrlry Store, $2 worth of merchandise.
Second prize. Heme Hardware G, one
Broad jump running Bovs, 13 to 16
vears of age. Prize offered by A. rrrd-
cndall. one pair of leather gauntlets.
Broad jump running Bovs. 9 to 12
years of age. Prize offered by A. Freil
cndall, two pair of sox.
Three legged race Boys. 13 1o' 16
7ears of age. Prizes offered by Nowell's
Grocery Store, f2JM eaclu
Three legged race Boys, 9 to 12 years
of age, prize offered hy Newman's Hard
ware Store, two pocket knives.
High jump Bovs, 13 In 16 years of
age. Prizes offered by Miller's Slioe Store,
a pair of silk sox.
Tug of war Each sctiool team ot six.
Prize offered by Missouri Store $5 worth
of library books.
50 yard low hurdle rare Boys 13 to
16 years of age. Prize offered by Brasel-
Sandwich Trays, Baskets,
Tea Sets and Serving Trays
Tlie Hallmark Store
Say it with Flowers
Fresh roses cu every morn
ing. Also all other flow
ers in season, always right
from our eleven modern
We are members of the
florist telegraphic associa
tion and can have orders
filled in any part of Ameri
ica within an hour.
All kinds of Palms, Ferns
and other decorative
Remember "always fresh
flowers" when ordering
Seventh and Broadway
Wasps Seek Society of Columbia.
People; Prefer Bald-headed Men
The most numerous insect in Colum
bia now is the wasp. Wasps are every
where in stores. University buildings,
on the streets and in homes.
Few persons know that any insect of
the Itrmenopterous supcrfamilies of Ves
poidea and Sphccoida is a wasp, Lut al
most everyone knows a wasp when be sees
or feels one.
There are two kinds of wasps, social
and solitary. Judging from the familiar
ity shown by wasps in Columbia, tliey
are of the social variety. One of these
insects will fry around a person looking
for a place to land and suddenly volplane
gracefully down on the victim's liead
'causing him to fight wildly in an attempt
to drive the pest away. Tlie average per-
son does not mind the similarity of tlie
wasp, but wlirn it sits on a bald head
and unmercifully drops anchor the famil
iarity breeds contempt.
Wasps are similar to a higher form of
life in that the females always do the
The, coming frosts will take away the
fear of the wasp's sting, for these insects
disappear in cold weather. According to
K., C Sullivan, assistant professor of en.
tomology in the University, the females
build cells in which they live during the
winter, while the males die off. In the
spring the female wap comes out of her
Ion's Must Store, one pair of shoes.
50 vard luw hurdle race Boys 9 to 12
Jears of age. Prize offerrd by Escn
Sleins' Clothing Co, one boy's shirt.
Belay race Boys, each school a tttim
of four, 13 to 16 years of age. Prize of
fered by Scott's Book Store, one framed
Junior Relay race Boys of each scliool
a learn of four, 9 to 12 years of age. Prize
offered by Joe Janousek's Art Shop, one
framed picture for school room.
Spelling contest Each school a team
of (wo. Prize offered by Sapp Bros,
S7.50 pair of shoes.
Speaking contest Each school a team
of two. Prize offered by Levy's Shoe
Store. $7.50 pair of shoes.
Paiker Furniture Co. gives prize for
the best hand made school banner, sn $3
copper bronz bust form of Abraham Lin
Lawrence Ilumfeld and Hollis Nich
ols, formerly of the Tavern Barber SIiop,
are now at your service at the Tiger
Bather Shop. They will be plea-ed to
see you. adv.
That Waste Material
has Money in it
We pay Highest Prices
Chicago Iron and
All come to the "tjIa A
Pie Supper Ji'
Thursday Night . 'Sii
October 21 JMm
Given by the Woodmen - . ;tMm
of the World. Aj j
Over Central Bank 'lf
Women Bring Pies -B "
I ffi -4H
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cinVr ruarters and at once begins to
build icv. homes for young wasps.
Hi, social wasps usually build apart
ue wuses and lay an egg in each room,
takin care of and feeding the young as
soon 5c they are hatched.
The solitary wasp sometimes builds
reyc-sl cells at one lime but each egg
is a.-l for completely before another
is Li.'. The female wasp fills the cells
with rpidris and flies she has paralyzed,
but m4 killed, with her stinger. Then
she lays the "egg. After laying the egg
;his spniisi of wa'p seals up the cell and
pajs no furiher attention to her youngr
The wasp egg liatrhes into a larva and
after a certain length of time, spins a
cocoon in which it remains until its de
velopment is completed. It takes about
one monlh for a wasp to liatch and de
velop. Professor Sullivan says that wasps
are beneficial to mankind because they
kill flies, spiders and other annoying in.
sects anil while their sting is severe it
is used only as a means of protection
and in procuring food. Very few persons
are stung by waps if the insects are left
unmolested, he sas.
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