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THE COLUMBIA- EVENIXGMISSOUHIAN; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920
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The thrift machinery which U bring
J pa: in motion, 1 ara lie pel cl, itll prove
i so popular that oar pretest beriming Will
develop Into the cicttcst pccfIs's sav
'ims ssd invesanent activity in the
ALUMNI DIXNEK IS SUCCESS
ti rir- r i t,,nnn University of Missouri Graduates
Local . Office Redeems S7,000 , , in v, Yotk.
n War Savings Slamps for
Every $1,000 Sold
hold a regular meting thi evening, the Ly yV. N. Brown in J T. W. Johnstone:
subject for debate Is. "-Resolved, that the the negative by C Hii and It P. Mar
United Stales roTermnent thould adopt, ley.
comsulsorr arbitration of all Industrial i
disputes oecurias among employes in,! i Servant Gill Wanted,
emplojers cn;a;:J in interstate com ' Good servant firl wanted. Will pay
mere." The aj&raatiie will be argued top wages to right party. Call 654. adr.
Bringing Higher Interest to
Never before had Dr. A. Ross 11111 net
so many New York alumni of the Unl.
j vtnfty in erne Mom. The- foregoing fact
,' prova the rncteM of the dinner given
. .. "J "" "CK ork alumni on November 17
CAMPAIGN! at the City Clab of Xcw York. Forty.;
; io were present.
Investments f Dr. Hill traced Ihe recrndeseense ct
i the Missouri fpirit since the war. He
j ibowed that it was regaining .its' former
? supremacy in the fields of scholarship,
r athletics, student activities 113d research.
i John Caey then took the Boor, and
The WIneM being dune by tlie I'osial although disliking to talk about Casey
Savings Hauk at present is verv ma!I sudf, admitted that he vm preparing
according to Postmaster L J. Hall. Hejt lt.t ,,., new WOrk with an American
rites, as the principal reason fr hti- -jjly in Tolio.
the fact that the fact that the American pr. Welden E. JIucs praised the pre
people; as a whole are rot accustomed tr paratory work given in medicine at the
wing the posteffice as a bank and conse-1 anitctsily as the best in the country.
tnieatly they never think of takin? tfceir t Short talks also verr made by Hiss
money there for'depowt. Thn there are jjry Ellen MacKay. Kerr Atkinson, J.
&l present a grc.it raany other securilie? Vance Hewitt, and V. N. LaiiHaw.
which bring in a higher rale i.f income j Tc'raphel greetings from the Colum
than that of the Postal Savings bank. 0ij tvrning Miourian were read amid
War Savings Stamp and Liberty Bonds , lpplauv. Three hundred copies if the
brini a ranch hishcr rate of islcittt. i fi.aihii ont by special dclivety
The business in War Savings Stamps -cached IScw York, via the Burleson serv
i also reported lo be deehning. Accord-1 ,-e, at 7 o'elock the morning "after, or I
ing 10 Mr. Hall, the aieragc amount of ; seten end one half hours after the dinaer j
stamps which are sold every month is j meeting ended.
approximately 51,000. Tire Goicrnnior u j fountain, nee president, of the
U alj rcdeemiug a great amount oT the amni vl,j ha J the chair, announced
sramps at the present time. The local : ,jia, a wclcome await Odon Guitar or
office takes in about S:0u0 north even ' ;, fcjiow Columbians when tliey come to
month from penon. nbo desire to fet yntf yort.
their money out of tin at fur other pur- ...
poses. Tie business in War taxings, s-0 JfEW HOSPITAL CASES
stamps is largest about tiie lirst o! each
rnontu. Then peS'lC wl wu-n to m
test in them bring in their mouthly sav
ings to turn into Mamp. It is also al
that time that the largest smocnU arc
cashed, according t" Mr; HalL
Fcr thr larger purchasers of govern
ment securities the jovernmenl has rcc
cntly issued the Treasury savings cer
tificates. TbcM are virtually War Sav
ioga Stamps ivued in larger decomipa
lions of f 100 and 1 1,000. These securi
U have also heJoed can a decreas in
the purchase of the original War Savings.
The government il still pushing the
sale of War Savings Stamps. The War
Savings societies throughout the L'uitec' ,
States have bei maintained since the
ending of the war and in some localities '
new societi( ba Uea formed. Th;
goiTmment is attempting to esHfblist
lormer Secretary Glaw, in discusslnj
tne runs tor tnc nrwiy orgarureu Sav
injs Ihnsion of the United States Trcas
Yesterday First Day This Term No
One Has Keen Admitted.
No one was admitted or discharged '
frm the Parker Memorial Hotpital es
erdav. It was the first day this term
no new name was entered en the bos-'
.iitar record boot.
J. C Halloway, Jc is improving slow
ly. C I). Rogers, who has been in the
iopiul since November 9, is improving,
dargaret McCaustland, daughter of Dean
ind Mrs. McCaustland, who was oper
ated on for appendicitis is better.
"Revolted, that compulsory arbitration
JioulJ be Heed in settling all labor dit
lutt involving interstate commerce." is
f,. Mi,', fnr ttehjtle at th raeelins of
gocrament savings plan. AlufI,acIn Debating Society tonight
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in IHC J Ju i iv. ouuuinj. toe ui
Srnumc -Kill Io ul by Alpha N.
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"The newly cslablhJied savings func
tion of the United States Treasury, it i
belieyed. will ha.e a tlaift tpechan!sm
rivaling th? effieint mtlLod', of Europe
Through it we hope to establish new
rootis-CT for saving that U1 capitalirc
into a permanent national cbaracteriMie
the widespread willingnesi to save an- '
lend to the goicrtiment anaVcncd by the
"The ultimate aim is to make invest j
ment in government securities an every '
day matter with us as it has become itl
the people of France and England. Mos 1
Frenchmen look fonard early in joutl
to" the day when they U1 be the proui "
possessor of "rentes," as their bonds an
ullcd. Rich and pt.r have than for in ,
comc,.for old age prutcctian, far ediica '
lion and dotards f&r children and foi (
family and buines5 securit) . . '
"Twenty million Americans tbroub
interest in Lib-rlv Bond, and War Sav
ings Stamp, have begun to gain a similai
uste for saving through government in t
trrestyfelding wcuritfts. To p-rpcUut
this saluahle habit acipiircd as a war (
measure il is planned, especially in con j
nection with the sale of the War Savings'
Stamps, to aid in mciting war obliga !
tlons, to cmpbjfiw new arguments of'
cvery-day patnotiwn, and of individual
self interest in the saving and baying 1
of tumps whici) will bc.nial!y com- j
pclling after the peace terms arc signed !
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Nef f Hall
Very important matter to" be brought up.
Everybody is urged to attend."
If you have any other meeting that night, get
excused for this meeting.
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There " nothing that add. lo the
ditcomforture id winter so much
as a frcuen. burbled pipe. It up.
n your entire home, for you
may dtpend upon that particular
pipe for your entire water supply.
Why wait until your pipts.
burst? Lei one of our p'nmtifog"
eupcrts make a thorough investi-'
jatlon of your entire plumbing
lysteia. He may find wimcthing
that should demand instant' re
Plbg. & Htg. Co.
Does SHE Like
Silks or Cretonnes?
You Ask HER.
SHE Will Probably Want Both
Now listen, here's something new:
The CO-OP, the ;;tore where the dollar rolls farthest,' has just received some
- wonderful desk sets in silk. and cretonnes. No, we are not kidding, we have
all kind of deik sets and all kind of jewelry hoses and other dainty articles
for Her'drcssing tahlc in silk and cretonne; the newest and most nifty things .
- , , ; on the market.
Her&'s the Secret
, These sets are of silk and cretonne covered with celluloid. Can you imagine
the heauty of' silk and cretonne covered with celluloid? You can almost .
' imagine it hut you will never realize fully just how hcautif ul such a comhi
" ' ' nation is until you see the sets. They arc now on display at the CO-OP.
An Advance Showing of
Christmas Gifts Now Ready
THE STUDENTS' STORE THAT SAVES MONEY FOR EVERYONE
IT'S not a bit of trouble to
A have, plenty of, good things to
eat on hand all the time, when you
use Calumet Baking Powder.
It never allows baking
trouble. You don't "dread" to bake.
There is nothing to worry about and
that really is the hardest part of it
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest kind of cake it's all
the same. There is never but one re-
suit the sweetest arid niost palatable
There is not as much worry
over baking costs either. Because
Calumet costs less when you buy it
the price is moderate.
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It costs you. less vhen you
use it because you don't use 'as
much of it it has more than the
ordinary leavening strength.
You getmoreout of the flour,
sugar, eggs, shortening, etc., be
cause there are no failures no waste.
The most critical of baking
powder judges gave it highest
awards. World's Pure Food Exposi.
tion, Chicago. Paris Exposition, Paris,
The largest selling brand in
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 02. Some "jarring powders come in
12 02. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want it.
A mnii OX
flour, 3 "fiSfil"!