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I PACE TWO
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUI'lAN. MONDAY, NOVEMBEK 15, 1920
jma Alpha Epsilon Home
Is Enlarged in Reconstruction
The picture shown herewith is a re-, the Kfond floor will be a second tleep-
yuuiKiion ot an architects drawinj: of the ' ng porch.
new home of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity. The old honie of the fratern-
', wtueti was located on Rollins street
nd Maryland atenue, was destroyed by
lire Ausust 21 ,',,., , f- j,-. h.tT,
the opening of the present tena of the!
The second and third, floor of the new
hye will be arranged practically the
lathe as the old one. Beth floors will be
jde up of bedrooms. There will be s
lairocnt undr the entire hoae aadrt
o. .1 will be tal.cn up by a chapter room.
HUDELSON RETURNS TO M. U.
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Arte Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fratrrnity House
Agricultural Assistant Successful on
a Canadian Farm.
K. R. Hudelton, who was assistant
professnr In soils of lhe College of Agriculture-
in 1917, has again resumed his
work in 'the University. Air. Hudelson
enlisted at the beginning of' the war and
spent scleral months oterseas. Upon be
ing discharged, he. and E. M. McDonald.
who was alto an assistant professor in
farm croas of the College of Agriculture
and who, enlisted about the time. Mr.
HudeUon did, bought of the Canadian
Railroad Company a 480-acre tract of
They took with them from the United
States a carload of goods including a
small tractor. nth this outfit thry broLe
a large part of their raw land and put-in
an irrigation system. They managed the
place through the 'summer and at harvest
time realized a great yield of wheat .and
flax.' As prices were fairlr good the two
cleared money on their adventure and
now have rented the land out in smaller
sections to others. " v
When the professors took the place, it
ARE INTERESTED IN
was rough, raw land in Southerly Alberta,
without' improvements except a. railroad
that ran through' the f place.- Now the'
land is broken and producing food stuff,
has a fine system of watering, and has
a good three-room house."
State Teacher Elect Columbian.
Luther Haodway.- .315 South Fifth
street, was appointed a-delegate to the
annual school superintendents conven
tion at Atlantic"Gty, N. J, in February,
at the State Teachers- Association in
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U. S. EDUCATES 50,000 MEN
Operation Performed oh O'Neal.
S. A. O'Neal was operated on for ap
pendicitis at the Parker ."ilemorial Hos
pilal Saturday. He 'became ill late
Former Soldiers Outnumber State
The latest report of the Federal Board
for Vocational. Education' shows that
56,000 vocational men are now in train
ing in the'United States, Uel C Lamkiu,
held .of the Federal Board for Vocational
Education, said Saturday.
These men have been placed in 17,080
institutions, oi teaming in various parts oi
the forty-eight states of the Union. The
number, of men in training today is
greater than the number of students at
tending all the state universities , in
America; according to Mr. I jmkin. '
Mr: Lamkiu spent Saturday in Colum
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Ladies' Tailoring College
3?DFLf)0R. ELVIRA BLDC.
University. There was no one living in
he house at the time of the fire, and
its cause was never definitely known.
'lhe work of building t'le new house
lias begun and it is hopec by members
nf the fraternity that it will be completed
by the middle of February or the first of
f March. Tbe walls of the old house are
to be ued in the structure of the new
one, as they were not iu-ured by the
fire. However, the inside plan of the
house will be quite different from that!
ot the old one. The front hall ot the
:iew houe i to be two tnnes hiah, will
lie completely paneled and will have a
heavy beam ceiling. On one side of this
hall tliere will be a massive English fire,
place, the chimney of tihich will be ex
posed the entire distance to the top of
the halL On the other side of the hall,
English stairs will asrend to the second
and third floors.
On the cast sice cf the house on thi
. lower floor, there will be a large living
room, the arrangement of which will be
practically the same a it was in the old
house. This room w.'ll lso have paneled
walls ind a beamed ceihnj. In the north
r-nd of this room there will Be another
large Eng!ia fireplace. On the west the
house is tc he made larger tlian- was the
old one. A two-story addition is to be
built similar to the one on the east which
is shown in the above picture. In this
extension on the first floor there will he
additional rooms for the chaperon and
several rooms cbnnected with, tc; kitchen.
When this addition is completed the chap
eron will haw two rooms and a private
bath. The kitchen will be larger than it
iivmerly was anl there will, be a. butler's
pantry. The second story oL'lhis addi
tion1 is to be a sleeping perch.
On the east, the plans call for the ad
dition tihich is brwn in the picture.
However, this will not be added un:il
nore room is needed. When it is built
the' first floor will be a sun parlor and
TO REORGANIZE THE MILITIA
The rest of the basement will contain the
heating plant and quarters for ervants.
Since school opened last fall the mem
hers of the fraternity have been living at
1J09 Rosemary lane. As soon as the new
house is completed this pl?ce will be rr.
leased and the fraternity will move again
to it old location.
Suits tailored as decreed
by the latest fashions are to
be obtained from us.
Accurateness and exact
less in measure and fit help
make our tailored suits of
And bur prices are as
low as is consistent with ex
The Only Ladies Tailor Between
St. Louis and Kansas City.
If it is a';suitop roat, afternoon or-cVenifig dress
we arc iuipped to teach lhe simplest and best way
lo .do vourwork.
They -are .used' iu every line-,
of business -by Salesmen, Of-:
fice Men, Doctorsf Lawyers,
Ministers, Students by ev
eryone whoxnust have a book
Sheets can be obtained any
time, ruled in eight styles.
Bound in best quality Flex
ible Black Levant Grain Cow
hide, with Black Linings.
Crude Oil and
Missouri Will Hare Two Regiments
in Tsew Division.
The S'ate Nationil Guard will be re
organized in accordance with the plans of
Hie war Department, according to Adj..
Gen. Hancy C Gark Under the new
plans, it is announced, Missouri will be
alloted a brigade of infantry, two regi
ments of field artillery, an anti-cran
regiment, a medical unit, a signal corps
battalion, a tank company, an aviation
corps and a few other units.
.The. second Missouri infantry will be
organized as an anti-craft regiment. It
will make up four macldne gun units and
three batteries. The federal government
will issue to the State National guard all
Under the new plan, Missouri will have
two regiments in a division to be made
op of Nebraska and Kansas, these two
Mates being authorized to have only one
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TH,-1913j(wlien there were 1,009,000 autotno
T3ilet id the United States)d.oiI producers drilled
bout 25,000 wella. The ayWije paid for
crndt was 95c per barrel.
Ii 1014 producerj bad a little discouragement.
The price for crude oil fell off to 81c average, and
t thejr, drilled only 23,000 wells. These wells, hew-
ever; proved exceptionally prolific and crude prices
dropped to-an average of.G4c a barrel (40c in the
Mvfontinent field). As a- -consequence of the
over-production, the bottom dropped' oul of the
gasoline market and low prices prevailed.
The low prices of crude made exploration of new
fields unprofitable, and in 1015 only 14,000 wells
were drilled. This halt in nrodnction enalilerl le-
-.mand to creep up onsupply, and caused crude to
advance until il mched gl.'io per barrel.
Encouraged by the better prices offered, producers
put down 24,000 wells In 191G. The unprecedented
demand aroused py the war caused petroleum prices
to soar, and, notwithstanding the activities in the
producing .field, .price have; continued to advance
because demand exceeded supply. '
In. August, 1920, the number jit new oil wells
brought in for that month alone was. 3,513 the
highest .oil production mark, in the history of the
United States. Yet so. Rreatwas demand that
Mid-Continent exude stood rm at 55.50, end
- Pennsylvania crude'at $6.10 per barrel, the present
prevailing, prices. '
The market price for crude Is riot apt to go off
appreciably ,while demand continues to increase
as during .1820.
Since 19 13 the .number of motor vehicles in the
LTiited States has increased approximately'
7,459(C07, and the forecast for 1921 is 10 million
mofp.t,ehlcles in the United States.
The-'Staridard Oil Company (Indiana), i3 straining
every fibre and .sinew of its highly specialized
organization to increase the yield of gasoline from
How. well it ts-succeeding is indicated by the fact
that an' eminent authority states that the Burton
process, originating in the laboratories of the
Standard Oil( Company (Indiana) has produced 40
million barrels of gasoline, froirJ-beiTy distillates,
and has thus saved approximately 150 milUbn barrels
of crude oil that would otherwise have been neces
sary to. produce an equivalent amount of gasoline.
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910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago
Why good students are not
always successful men i
N a certain art school it is said that
no medal man has ever hecome a
crreat artist. But it does not follow-
that poor students afterward make the
Still this -is1 true: Many good stu
dents are apt to miss the larger truths.
Their veryneamess to text-book and
laboratory obscures their vision of the
basic laws which clarify all science and
indeed all life.
Studies are of value not so much as
exercises in thedetails of technical lore,
hut as they help in the search for prin
ciples to use later in life. .
Perhaps you will forget your calculus
formulae arid- the skilful use of the
ruling pen, but the ability to think
straight and rx co-rordinate. thought
with action : these are essential to
your fullest development.
You may grow to the stature of an
engineer wlio can sell, an engineer who
can direct other men, an engineer who
Think about your life that way, and
keep this fact before you
The electrical industry needs men
who can see-far and think straight.
Western MecMc Company
", Western Electric an orxaalzation
tihich tfirouah half a century has had
thshan s:: trrseis? ihs nnvexitnet of
ciKlric light, power ar.d communica
tion to mVIinns cf Americans.
Published itt S.
If the' interest of Elcc- Vl
trical Development by
If an Institution that tsill j)
be helped by what- jj
V ' ever helps the J
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valno and uniform in -quality. ' '
Our selection-oTtnily the best wheat raised in Boone
Countyrand our system of milling mak;s possible the manu
fucture of this suprefijely satisfactory' flour. ' ' " ""
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