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. JHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN,
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1920
COURT ADJOURNS TO
LET fTOMEN JUROR
LOOK AFTER HUSBAND
viavcringi betccn lore and duty ai re-
vcalcJ in their services a jurors are
December 6 to (J IS Set as Con. making magistrate aciatch their gray
ventton Date Will
Held at Indian
NOTABLEMEN TO SPEAK
Delegates are. Urged to Attend
Many Problems of' Im
portance arc Set for
50 to 75 Per Cent of Rural;
Say Red Cross
NOT DOING GOOD WORK
f M .Bath Quarter Sevsions, the firtl
'caw to be tried by a mixed jury of ne-S
and women progressed splendidly untu.
llte court adjourned lot lunch. The
magistrate ordered the trial to be retain
ed at 2 o'clock. A vonun furor at
on:r rose and protected: "I cannot get Clinics Beinc Established
bone and back in time because I have Jnm fa MoAeW and
The magistrate gallantly extended the i
interval by a qcartrr id an boor.
At anotlier Quarter Scsuma, the whole
ocurt vca startled out of its usual calm
tcn tviu raen arrive 1 at 12 o clock,
Children and to Treat
IS) Fruit, dried fruit well' a led
and cooked in water in vbichlt la
soiled la molt eeonoajeal If frrth,
only ripe and seasonable fruit should
(6) Meat, once a day. Avoid all
(7) Dread and butter every BicaJ.
Com. graham and whole wheat
sos'ts ros thc cniin
(1) Drink tea or coffee.
(2) Eat between meats.
(J) Eat fooda rich in fata, pica,
14) Highly feasorcd foods.
(S) Candy except after your heaviest
(1) Sltep twelve to fourteen hours, ct.
try night -with Window wide open.
(2) Bathe dally.
(3) Eat slowly and chew wdll '
(4) Drink at least four glasses of
From SO to 73 per cent of the kUoI ' lt d. bul not al ne,i Ut0;.
ccuorcn in rural districts ol .Mtswurt aro, (S) jfare ot.e regular .and'completc
w.u .n,u.uu uu, . . ujs, 'J, iwti movement and Jour urinal.pasugct.
wn Ullg UK I1V1C99 UJCJ cvutu BHtol
in. school, according to estimate which
Have been prepartd by Red Cross workers
at Southwestern Division Headquarters,
St. Louis. The estimates were arrived
TFc are csdeavorui to get as many
farmers, and delegates of their organ!
aations to attend the convention of thctteinipted ihe proceeding? and asked that
American Farm Rurrau Federation as their ivn who were serting on the jurj
possible, said A. J. Meter, secretary of might be allowed to "come bomc and
the Missouri Farm Rurrau Federation, cook lire dinner."
Joe convention will bo held at India-' j,e vr3en, wilh tests in tlieir eyes.
HmiicrMaM. -Ched tueir tiusbaaJ turned aay,.tt lhrough CTaminatloM cf cUliitn
Legislation of interest to farmers and doomed w hunger as an alternative toJmajc lt everal .schools in the state, the
addresses by widely-known persons will bread and cheese, when llm magistrate, average in these places, being -eorapard
be features of the convention. Two worn-1 indignantly ordered them out cf thc kith the total number of school children
en wilTcliacius the farm woman's place court ami asked them not to make ""fri- in tLe state in a conservative way.
in tUe communit). 'rclous irtcrruption"." One of the wo-1 Out of 3,701 children examined in one
Among those who will sprak arc: J. 'men couldn't undettund the word "fri'1 county. 3.218 were found to bo abnormat
R. Howard, president of tbe Federation; lX'loua', as applied to her old man's din-1 This was In a rural eommun!tynd other
Sir AurUand Ceddes. ambassador fromjacr. because, as she explained, "He cats cch places in the state aro said to be
Crrat liriiiin; Governor Ccicb f isommat rnurinous!" and to her mind his "' h different from this areragc.
Indiana; Cmmor W. L Harding of .dinner was a very s.bd fact. . To off-t lids conoUUon clinks are be-
tow- Herbert Hoovrr, former food ad- Thrn women jurors for the first time," "'M" 'f1 Aro,"ic,1n ,7
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tation rapert; Henry C Wallace, of the .tatrd tlat the opening case was an nn- "a. ", " - ' ,lv'u"" i oasis sucn as is set lorw in ine instrac
TTallace M tf. . C. ilardkg I pleasant and indeVent one. wtoh women W "d.5 : 'f. fe ?. ,,.if S- J " bW U
of th. Federal Kcve Board. jmigh, not I.U to try ,n company wb & foi h children Z I" """T -
aerrrai legisIatiiT measures oi direct n-cn- physically normal is of vast importanco
intrrcM to farmers will receive notice j The recorder said he could not .graft because not only their progress in life
t th contention. The 'truth in fabric" ' any new principle en the law as iiw now. bul in after years, hinges on wheih
Lh whicb is receiving a great dral f Iframcil. and llie case was tried ly lliCjer their condition is improved, or is al
attention, requires the labeling of woolcnimiutl jur). Thi puts an end to the ' lowed to run on until it becomes worse,
garments to distinguish between thc new jaystem whkh has hitherto obtained of' Th following instructions are girta
or ehodcrr wo.L Wool ran 1 rewosen wderinc women out of court whent-ier the mothers and children:
six or seven time but iis sirrnctli is i any case specially offensive was on the I The child should eat
JuL i lils for hearing.
vtoOL pnoDtctns nrmniTj , Now ilm women ate learning to KU
The farmers are also concernrd about i the job nicely, male jur) men arc trjing;
a ju- uriff. At prrwnl the wooj mar-1 to slip out of their obligations. '
krtis floodril with foreijn wool and the In one court, a daring protestor, when!
American supply is chminisbinj. This hi name was read out. rcplM in a bud
is because tbe- can undersell us. h is I voice "On ttrike." He was not called,
a grave situation."" Mr. Mycr said, "forlnpon to tcne. i
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WILL RETURN NEXT YEAR
Is FiM to Receive Vocational
Training in Journalism
Outside of the United
ics give a desire to jce the world as the
most attractive inducement, 33 per cent
are attracted by the educational advant
ages, and the remaining 23 per cent
cither join the colors because of industri.
al denression or come in for military
al depression or come
These figures were based ou thc ex
jvier. iiflon expects to return to the
i L'mted States to work Ut return to tho
ike- training abroad.
Sifton first broke into the newspaper
profession as a cub reporter for the
News-Palladium. Benton Harbor, Mick,
when he was 17 years old. Later, he
. l i .. MMtit. fr ill,, riiiejeu
t if i.i .-.I .. .u:,t lii.tr f.r ihe I nrsed ilesires of S00 recruits, aau tally
Vocational Student to Sail fort Weekly Review. Chicago. remarkably well with tb- experience oJ ; j
t.i ,r ..""i- Il t I vol? I.. ,l;.iI and was I reernitini officers thtouguout tne coun-l I
tnsianti January t 10 r.n- "j""- ? r. rr. 'vr -. ... : -
. II . r lassgned to the th xieia Artillery, ury.
t tcr tJniversitv ol 'r. ", .... t v..i .i .t. ,,
4 LIOUKiaS. aiLC in JUIJ Ol mc Mine ;i
Ihc went to France. He was at Bathlc-
mont when th? first shot was fired b)
American soldiers in France.
In Ma-.tll,' Sifton, was sent back to
a hospital in 'the Cnlted Slates disablrd
vhde stilt in tlie Tnt'ilal. he slarted
two hospital weekly newspapers especial
ly for the wounded and disabled men.
"Upon his discharge he wrote for a wct-
ern trade magazine. Jn,5cptemter, JVI9
come University girls caa almost uaay. -row
as expert barbers. '
To Be in Colombia Korettbsr ir.
Scvcral reprcntltiTfs of lieTeW
Hoard for. Vocational Rchabilitath J
lie in Columbu Wednesday ta'asiB
and advise wit'i the disabled forays
ccrticc men in tra.nin; nere.
AT THE THEATERS
.. ...nn,no inc ccitinil. Columbia Tonight ami Tuesdar. lltf
bliU. UAnunuojuw. . &rf IUBh Quphn ---M
Hair Bobbins Fad Develops a Jscw thc Columbia fbeater tonight tad i
Amusement morrow- in Tolly of th Stona Cna-j
Wla-re once- only men students fre- try.
1 There w ill be also shown an tJssiwl
!y, "Edgar's Sunday Courtship." "
Intcrnauonal J.-tual..m , the genrj hc Uni of Mlwuri
.subject which Paul t. -Sflon, Muden i, a fa 'fce rf
mm,.! trl.r aImivm ou the dav before comeih
. i.i. .1,-.-. .n.I,v ili ihi? erer-increas- Hall Thursday. Friday and SatnMar-
ing number" of tirls who arc liobhingJThe Hall Tbeato- will present for uV :
their hair, barber shops are busy phce$das cemmencing Thursday, Cecil .'
indeed. iDeMiuVV picture. "S.mething ThUk'.
.Many girls. However, uo wi , uo'i'. " .... o.iaajq.
in the S-hool of Journalism, wlio will
enroll for the winter terra at tho Uni
versity of London, plans to sludy while
in school abroad. He will sail from New
York January !, 19J1. ,
Sifton lias been enrolled in the School '
of Journalism as a special vocational '
student sincr September, 1919. His work '
nere uas inciuoeti a siuur vi me pro- , . , . r . ,
, , i .. I of his poems in free verse have been-pub-
fesdanal courses except such-votk a , . , ,. r,m1., Fl;B ,.
.J .-V" . W.U.H.. -
As a member of thc Scriplcrafters he
wrote one of the four one-act plajs given
before .the Missouri Wrilers" Guild last
spring during Journalism Week. He
wrote the Pageant of Journalism, pre j
wntrd by students in the School u'
Journalism at the Scoop last vcar. Some
The importance of caring (or the child
ren at once is stressed by- Red Cross
workers who bold that. If a child is from
3 to -I per cent under-developed at the
age of 7, the child will be from 10 to 12
per cent under-developed at the age of
While malnutrition Is fount! to be the
w .r.t j ,,1 woum a
cause o, roo-v o, . unacrwegn, ana ym , acIU, ., a$
-CI7-. rZr.S:?'.?LS'P --"I Sinning rcporler on a .bily ,,.
l.rgelIonlsarcfou3dlobeeontnbu.l,4,,h5C1tvr',l'on1,:, ""l" ."j DESIRE" TO SEE THK WOULD
. -,, ' tralinng in journalism outside ol the j
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Wl.hh, io . wl r .. a.- J,. J. I .""" -"J". "" "" " " ""-'" -ire ot r orei.n tenuis rm.n uv.
i rr.: , i -iti ..'. i.i . because additional worl. in a loreign lEecruilinjr Inducemenl,
.v.-. ..f.. J ... .!.! .-- .v. i . I school and
UIC; K.A4IM, UU UK Lium i w tvu OU a
ihe barber ihops to have their hair inn- Elliott Dexter, "nxvlore Roberts tad'-i
med, hut derend on a laithlul and pan-1. Monte Ulue. lUroia Woyil in B-sa-enl
roommate to do the work. In'ing Into Broadway " wxll also be tacie.
such a case, a boarding houe is likely . .
.. ..1 . I...r..l .m.MnliMi, An ilav .n ,t v ct !.l T; . tarwi J .
lo 1.7 oil a uuii-t j...,"-, - - , a-VI" ..OIL aiu 41117, ;jojj 1SJ, 4
when tne evening is 10 u- ion o. - r caras-. A?-;
litities. Cirls sit about the rooms with , 5
towels pinned securely about tlieir neclX
would have duplitatrtl the lesxins learned I
sourian. The Sliowme and Poetry, S
Magazine -of -Verse.
while other girl-, armo1 wi:h slurp and J
tuning seisin, -ttiack tleir trcsrfs ami
trim them once more to thc dcired fash
ionable lr-igiV H hobting liair is an
art, and if practice makes perfect In it, j
16 Elvira Bids.
... weep rai'ing wauwry ma Decome philosophically and placidly. A
exilacl in tins counlr). number of then bring their knittin;
In the last few months farmers harrj
bom forrrsl to aband-m thc feeding of I J
li.e .lock., On every head cf caulo ship- i -TOO LATE TO GLASSIFY
lT-Tn--leel'r has lot money, I
it rattle are -slaughtered instead of t
( resold to feeders ana iOO pounds '
fob put on. ibis will result in
(1) Milk, one pint to one quart
(2) Cereals, whole grain, thorough
(3) Vegetables, leafy vegetables,
fuch as spinach, lettuce, greens, as
well as starchy vegetables, such as
(4) Eggs, where no meal ie used,
u'c eggs at least once a day.
Egg-Laying Contest Open to AIL
The California farm bureau has
thrown open its enslaving contest to all
state this year. Tbe contest was intend
ed at rt to be a state project but so
much interest was manifested throughout
tho country that the directors decided to
enlarge the project. The contest opens
November 1. information can be ob
tained by writing to the Missouri Farm
Bureau Federation at Columbia.
on a fonign newspaper Willi
broaden ris Knowledge ol international
The training whith Siflon plans to
take will extend over a p iod pf not ,
less than six months, probably a scar.
His studies will iticlud- courses in Js
torv, economics, political economy, so.
clology and such other courses as may
efcin most coldly related to purpose in
Mine Isu, Csu,
Nov. 2 Ir
npitr of the fact thai all three of the J
regular services are devoting Uie great
et part of their publieit) campaigns to j
nili.rltcin, lltfir TrTW-l ITI. Vf-AtlOU
i..t.t.w hi.mi ll,. lit,.. nf fnriim ' '
lands mil liolda good, ' j
Statistics compile!, at the recruit de
pot for the Marine Corps on the Wes" !
Coast show that 42 per cent of llie rook-'
LOST Black pocketbook containing
J30, a laundry check and receipt for Lib
erty Bond, between Sarin's or Glasgow
and Chinese laundry. $10 reward, IL
Da-.rscn Lewis 1107 E, Ash or 'Colum
bia Printing Co. L.71.
of meat later on.
The, uncertainty and restlessness-that
cliir-ftcrucs the sale f farm products
1. Af to the srcuiatle rlrraent lo which
farm products.ste, subjected ' LOST Within last two or three weeks
The fifteen of eighteen speculator! . a gun metal mesh bag; valued gift. Re-
who eoninl tne ciar.ets are bgnting wara. uicnc.i
farmrr organilatioss and thtir plans.' ,, , , , ;;
Farmers reJUe tho need of middlemen , U"l"l'' Jonr
bat tmnecessarj machinery must le done blft " coM "lber.
away with. Speculators d irot render . i
any. service 15 the community market -i , .
oncAMxATto-r is ceou.-c
the national organizatioo is of active
growth with a membership of a million.
It originated vthrough the efforts of the
rarious colleges or grKuliure of the
diflereol stales. The Missouri organi
zation formed. It first farm burmu in
Cape Girardeau Cou-it;- in 1912 in ron-tx-ction
with tlio Colic"- of Agriculture
hern. Mlirouri claims a membership of
JtyxJO for lhv state organisation. Sixt).
two counlb's arc organiinl for work and
of these fifty-eight aro cmplojing county
agtits w-h are cooperating with the
cxtenlioo department of the Collrgo cf
Cleaning. Pressing, Dyeing and
Repairing a specialty. Work call
ed for and dtlirered promptly.
17A N. 8th St. Phone 81S-Wblte
All journatitts are urd to attrrxl thc
meetings at 7:30 o'clock.tonight In tbe
Auditorium of Jav II. Neff Hall. In.
structions for the part each stndent will
Ijv in tlie Homeronuog fcsUnti . wril
be given out by" the Homecoming com-uittce.
There will be a nn-elinj of th" Amrei
can Legion at 8 oclck this evening in
tlieir club ru-ms over the Central Bank.
The Social dub will meet at 3 o'clm k
tomorrow afternoon at ihe home of Mrs.
M. F. Miller. 309 Hicks avenue.
Tbe reltis County dub will meet in
Room D, V. M. C A. Building at 7:30
The Jasper County Club will meet in
Boom B, V. iU C A. Building tonight
at 7130 o'clock.
. ... ..
Because Columbia has an
expert tireless tire repairer
your tires are good for at
least a 1000 miles more
Wc are offering big re
ductions) on all standard
9th & Walnut Ihonc.89-t
"One Hour Service"
It's at the Lm minute
that you begin to cuss isn't
it? Wc don't blame you.
But, with our "One Hour
Service," there is no cause
for worry or strong .words
it is always the same.
Try it and mj for yourself.
Opposite Hull Theater
"One Hour Service"
A SPLENDID USED
AT A BARGAIN .
Heavy Cold? Chest
All Closged Up?
Don't GiTe it a Cbaace to
"Set In" Use Dr. Klnft'8
let it get a start. Or.
i Nevr Dise-jverv lriTl cet
right down to work, r-hrriaff the tight
Ictiins in tne. raerr, crarjonc tne rac
boxers, thus ehminaticg the
poisons, iucays rename.
For fifty Tears a itancfcavi remedy.
I All tbe family can take it n-hlt helpful
. rcsaits. Eases the children's croup.
I No harmful drass. Ccavmdae.kealisa;
ItJ-lc U-l Use kiddies like. AU drug'
gists, 60 cents, $1.20 a bottle.
' Feel Badlr? Bevels Swrriih?
Haven't any "pep" in work or play?
You're conitirtttea! Tbe sthaufatin;
action cf Dr. King's Fills brags back J
elf time csercv. makes the bowrk
I and iivtr respond to your stromr I
healthy hodv. All ftrvKrrm.. 9C, t
Hear Prof. Myron W. Watkin's
Address to the
"Will Business Become
Shoe Repairing System
Tl University Glee Onh il meet ia
the Y. M. C. A. Auihtorinm at 7:10
The Spanish Cluh will have its r'
tiirc taicn at Pirytiv at nwm tenwrru.
All xnnnbrrs ate tirjeil to In; there al
Rwy S Coulter rf the inJustrial cngi.
Berring department of the General Doc.
trie Company ill deliver an iDostratcd
lecture at a f pecial rarrtinr, cf the Ara
crican Irulituic of Electrical Enjineeia
in tbe cnginecrin: lccrore room al 7:15
o'clock tonirht. Ha subject will he
"Dectricity in the Iron and Steel Indua
try.' Mr. Coulter l a graduate of the
CnivctNty of MiaoaurL
The t'. L U. organiiatiim of the
Kniits of Colnmbna Students' Home
held icitiation for U T. Chdda and J.
.V HirmonJatt Saturday nisht.
Wednesday, Nov. 24
2:30 p. in. Rollins Field
MONDAY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 23 !
KEGILAU HOUSE PRICES
Msufauaswjuyi in 5 a 1
J present day version, of Ike artuentrBUUcaL
C7 story of "ifse sinful daugliier ofJierodias.
Jl massive and latfLsk-produdioniSuqgesUdiy
Oscar Wdde's celebrated dramaUc-poex'SeJomz '
'HcsB?' tt BHSs
airRk iK. v--n m tirisssssssiiiim. b
V J' iBvM-llvi 1
The cap buniiiiK is Wednesday night and surely
on Thursday you'll want to strut around in a new
hat or cap.
Wc hac a wonderful assortment of Slctson hats
and Eagle tap?, all of which come under our re
duced prices. Come in and pick jou one. Wc
hac any kind you want.
"Wc hold no Clcarunce Sales. Ic arc watching
thc markets closely and any) reduction in any Unci
of merchandise that 11c carry, our customers can
be assured that they uill reap thc bat fit."
Young Women's $9
Bro jvn English Shoes
Of brow-n calf with wclt-sole military heel for-
Winter wear. . v J$
A cry unusual buying opportunity as thc weather 4m
is now- getting cold. " H
Our prices have been readjusted in" keeping with ,J
lower wholesale prices. It will'be to your interest f-
to sec and price our footwear before buying your
next pair. ,