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St H. S. CAFETERIA GROWING (front Wm Gl, where lie 1m. been' Will Address A. I. E. E. Tonight.
?." '' f ' ' ' 'atlendin;: a meeting -of .the PrrJwtej Mr. Ikthel of the Westinghouse Beet-
Are Planirjng to-Enlarge the Koom ' Judrx Association. J,,ir S Mannfacturing Co Pittsburgh. Pa,
,?i Jiiier Christmas. ' Ty . Tiranuson went tu Kansas City t " 'P" a special meeting ni me
' -jiS?S if-!t-fn associate- good . vestrrdar afiei-neri l buy-a loaJ-offAmtrican' Institute, ot Electrical Engin
a' Keal viuh tiullir -W.l.. vi . l... . -i. '..! 1 I- nrnt ti.. cers at 7:1S o'clock toniehtln the Engin-
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S. 1920
Mrs. J. ! li'reps returned to Centra-
? :, 5M7iXr
Mrs. W. C Olrvant -returned tu lier
Iiome in Oklahoma City, OUa jester
da. Mrs. J. W. McCamman went to Cen-
..A'it'Sejniral' costs bctkccn 29 and 33
reatt. iNoth.ng U served cssting more
than 5,ent. Some of the teachers al
'Jefferon- Set loot also eat at the cafe
teria.. The menu is changed every day by Mrs.
E. . Ilrndenon, teacher in domestic
ciencevjwlio Is in charge of the cafe-
.,5l', .S' nas unaer i'er a cook, an
"" 'assistant' cook and to maids.
r The it-afetcria is entering, its fuurih
Jrar'of-cxisienee. Lat vcar. -hcii Mr.
Henderson took charge, only S3 meals
rre erved dailv, and bemeen $16 and
313 teas taken in .each day. Tins ear
over 200 meals are seried daily and ix
" tHrcn $30 and $35 is taken in each di).
, r -Afier, Christmas llir cafeteria will be
enlarged, in order to accommodate the
groinS .patronage. Plans are being
VorEcrl 'out to annex a -whole Mile of the
ground', floor. Should din proie to be
Impossible, it is planned to remodel it,
cVuiitef, fashion, thus affording more
itam. ' '
weal, food, as Well as the intellectual.
J'iri"11 t the Columbia High
School. JPitnes the following meiu at
ie kiioois calcena: Soup, ehori suey.
creamed', peas, liam sandwiches, "cheese
'W!k'', ambrosia, ice cream and
. :Svis chocolate.
' t '- -i . . . ..
. -'uic mun uu leaetifrK .inrl immk'
JAc'theirlijict.ei at the cafeteria. Thej '' Jesterday to yUit her sister, Mrs.
aTVTspi-.mMf. rMi. lw-buM oa .1 it I J. L. Sinitlu who is ilL
Mrs. L. W. St Cl.iir-Mojs ent tu Slex
ico this morning on business for Chris-
, lian College,.
Mr. and .Mrs. Wv Cotton and daugh.
iter ent to Kansas :Citr yesterdav.
I.LD, Lacy went to Kansas Gly yester-
Mis Stella Eans Jliltgrote, Mo, and
! Mrs. Martlia Johnson and son Uenjamin,
1 ltuckliu. Mo, who hate been li-iling at
I the home of C. M. Jlerry. rclurnwl to
- their homes yesterday.
Mrs. T. 11. Chandler returned to Farm.
ingttm yrsterday. She has been limiting
her ikughter. Ms l'at Chandler. Iic
ccntlv she lsited her son, Gilbert Qiand
Icr. 1m was graduated from the Univer
sity in '914 and is now teaching at Al
Iing Building. His subject. "Railway
t-i.r-, .- - -r ;.l :. . ..
lia soterday irtcr a visit with U J. ,.W T. "I T j-..
', ' , , ... (many railroaJs are planning complete
Slate and family. ( .,.,,.,,., ; ;- rnn and
duejto the continual threat that .the fuel
shortage holds over them. This will be
thcMast meeting of the society for thii
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
.WV Ik Whitehou- went l"- J.'i
..) estexday on a business trip.
... Mm'Elixabelh Millctt. Leon Leeds and
KirkKtllcr. students in the Unin-rity,
. were cSsclurgciI..from tlicjiospital 3ter-
darmwofe.; -,':;' .f ,,
.Vltss nuui .nn imriuiani mi i'"
ins Mas CalherinjSimmK
jlays at the Chi OmcFa house.
.TlieiIcthodit Student Organization
of Uie Uroadway Methodist Church hclJ
its second business meeting of the term
at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening and
-adopted five resolutions in favor of the
. Two medals and two cuiw are on -display
in the Horticultural Buildfiis. They
,r, w,.n al the Mid-West Horticulture
'"Exposition held bst month at Cooncilj
Bluffs. They rcpri-ent awaras in inei
WILL RID TOWN OF SMOKE
JlridReportto Have I' Power Plant
for Current of Entire City.
Cr United Plew. 1 .
IJRiDCtrORT, Co-', Dec. 8. iTIiis cily,
at prcenl onet of. tliesnoTtiest, will bc
ccnterfi Viunlry IT the ambitious
scheme jiowflieing eicctlfed by a imwer
'Company here i successful.
The plan calls lor a power pant C3'
the forenoon and five o'clock in the af.
ternoon of said day, at the south front
door of the court house, in the city f
Columbia, county of Boone, and state .
of Missouri, I1 the above described real '
estate at public auction to the highest
bidder, to satisfy said note, interest and j
cots of cveculing this trust
JAMES W. SCHWABE,
Last insertion December 28.
Samuel, deceased, of Thos. Roland, de-!fessel and juagment rendered according
censed, of Hiram Phillips, deceased, ofly.
Frank Wilcox, deceased, of Jamta C,. true.copy from tie record: j,.
Orr, deceased, and of James B. Ruckle, WITNESS riy Hand as clerk of the. Gr- ;
deceased, and of each of them respect- cuit &iurt of Boone County, Missouri. '
ivcly, and all persons claiming, or wlm jnj tlc al of salr court. Done at of
might claim by, through or under litem.' fjee in Columbia, Missouri, tliis 13th day
!: Missouri's Centennial Celebrationl
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
.U1 f .nrr-rtiiirr ajtfiLnl iirIf inn i OI 11111 1
and power current for oy factoty Tnyuw. thref..rr;-imliee is hereby given
,t. -;,r -n.". rv.,t 'S7Tt""!iT"it."r;it"tlhat."fn Duruance' to the rower invested
, -Woods. tSdlege left-Tcsterday after Tnij-'j, tlrc-,loiii alvpteil-TirKSessujs j iff.? by said.-rl.Td of trust, -am! pur-
in- .Miss La lien w. nmiwun w -a " .i :.
Whereas by their deed of trust dated
thc!2lth day of July. 19H, and recorded
in mortgage book 125 at page 151 in
the office of the recorder of deeds for
Boo'ne County, Missouri, Hugh T. Wil.
liarrp ami Gertrude Williams, hi. wife,
conveyed to the undersigned trustee the
following described real estate, lying,
being and situate in the city of Colum
bia, county of Boone, and- State of Mis
Lot number cighty-eijjit (83) in Con
ley and Perkins' subdivision of part of
Cclia J. Batkwell Farm, an Addition to .
the Cily tf Columbia, Missouri, as cr !
the recorded plat thereof, filed in the
off icr of the recorder of deeds within)
and for Boone county, Miouri, and re-j
cordrd in plat number 2 al page number I
24. in tru to .secure the uavment of a.
cellAiu promissory note in said deed of t "
trust; fully described, and whereas de-
fault lias been made in the mymenl of!
6aid!prumisfory note both principal and
interest, both principal and intcrr-t liave'
bcumie due'a.-cordiiig to the terms of the
note, and '
Wlierra.-. I Iravr bten mrucsteil by the
legal holder of said iittc to eaefcie the'
power of sale in me vested by sajd ilced
State of Missouri, 1 '
County of Boone, ) ss.
In the Circuit Court, in vacation lietoie
January Term. 1921.
LULA P. BERRY, Plaintiff.
or either of them, defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
above named unknown defendants,
You are benby notified llul an action
has Iieen comtienced again, t vou in the
Circuit Court of Boone County; Missouri,
ieffecting the title to the following de-!
scribed landi and tenements- lying, be- .
Ung and situute in Boone County, Missou-
rl, lowit: A pan of Lots Number three
hundred anu lorty-nine w anu uuce
Irandred and fifty (350)in the original
town, now cily, of Columbia, Missouri,
described as follows; Beginning at a
print twenty-live (25) feet notlh of the
of November. 11120.
(SEAL) . . R. S, POLUl,D..aerk
By Marjorie Ouinn, Deputy..
J. E. Hoggs.'
Ally. for'Plff. " iLas'l insertion Dec 14)
"At and With the
EimtiTn" Missouri State Fair, Sedalia, Aug. 8.20. 1921 k
Historical Pagsantry and DUplaya that will typify a Century of PrSrM t,
., .'" ui- ..... i. ui.i.1. .n.rv rountv. city, tawn and him:t -ni ..'
fP- . ,.. c-ci-riiDi. a .vi ,. --.
all living ormee Mlasorlans. and a Rtunron of the llvlna dsscsndint, -.
Mliteurl'a 35 Oovsrnora. If YOU know th pretant whereasouts of fomte
Mlstourlana er Governors" descendants, pleass send tnit informitlon to CENt
TENNIAL COMMITTEE, Chamber of Cemnnres, Sedalia, Ko.
The unknown heirs, consorts. devUeM-
Jnners. alienees or immediate. mM-tit-r'-weJ-t rorncr of Lot Number
r remnle . voluntary fir inviiliintrv: thence nvilh 6-1 feet, thenCC east to ihe
grantees of Frederick A. Hamilton, de'right of way of the Wabj'li railroad.
ceased, of Benjamin Sliarp. deceased, ( thence southwardly along said right-of-1
of John W. Yeldcll, deceased, of Alex-1 way to a point 25 feet north of the south j
ander Douglass, deceased, of Edwarr,Iinc of lot number 3W, thence west to
P. Rogers, deceased, of John Lampion, 1 the point of Winning; which said ac j
deceased, of Turner R. 1 laden, dr. , lion is returnable on ihe first day of the j
ceased, of Henry T. Rainey. deceased, , neit regular term of tlu's court to be held ,
cf Fclii C. Laforce, deceased, of Leon- at Ihe Court House in the City of Colum.
Mas E. Brown, deceased, of Edgar Pm-fbia. Boone County,, Missouri, on MO.V
Icy. deceased, of Jno SI. SamueJ, Tills-' DAY, JANUARY 3. 1921. -alien and
tee, decease.!, of Jno. E. Johuim, dc-! wiiete you may appear and answer or
ceased, of W. A Stewart, deceased, of
Ambrose Young, deceased, of Jno. M.
oinerwiac iititiiu mm vu"" vu.....-.
pbintiffs iwtiu'on will bcj taken as con- J
ihe nroitct. suant to the request ot said legal holder ,
The plant, which will be 250 f, .of Mid promissory note, I will oil Wed-1
sijuare. has been under construction for m?,bir "n i;i11 ,,a-v of December, 193), :
several months. At' least a year will V"11 ,,,,r ,,oure of nine "cIock '"
reiired tu complete it. The gigantid " 1
sex kestack will tover 175 feet uver ihe!
Devices for ah-orbing smoke t ,
Mill be used. Several 100.000 horsepow.
cr generators will furnish subscribers)
wirii power. It will be known as the,
Sle"J Point Power Plant. t
Perhaps the roo?t interesting feature '
vSiidrai auule iudeing and the student is the metlrod ol handling tuel. It wilt
jx.tato judging contents. ' not be touched by human hands from
C I!. Mize, a student in the Lnher-1 delivery until what remains i.f . if is
:. ! 1Q1S. who has- been visiting his dumted as aslwrs into tlie waters of the
mother and i-ter. the latter a student Sound.' liirgr will Jiring the .'ial j4L.,,
at ClirWtian'Oillege. returnetl to lode- the plant. ' Aulomatic-devices will ihirn'iP-
iiilcnce. Mo yesterday. Mire will be it into the bunkers and oilier -machinery r
j-vnimissioned a first lieutenant in the will carry it down to, the .boilers as re-
tiTeriin Barrack. St. Louis. I its fuel, wi!l'le automatically loaded I- withl
Student f the Arkansas Uuli met
Monday night at the Y. M. C A. and
made plans for a "Uanr Back" recei
lion at the Y. M. C A. neit Saturday
nighl'jfor all persons in the Un'ntrsityi
from Arkansas. All who expect to go
should notify Miss Bertha Shlanker.
Dancing and -eats" are a part of the
program , i
-A meeting of die Mizzou Razzers, the
nunl rooters' organization was held at a I
o'clock, this afternoon in Rothwell Gym.
natium. Plans were discussed for the
raiding, of money hecessary to pay ex
penses.of sending the group to LawTcncr.
ll i inended tliat.the RazzcTS sliall ae
company the basketball team to Kansas
lu-n Missouri nlays there tliis season.
V. B. Gardner, of die horticultural th--
.parlment, went to Springfield yesterday,
to attend a horticultural meeting there.
V Dr-JL D. Hooker, V. R. .Gardner and,
-iJilrT Rosa-of tlw lwrticultural llepart
.raenl: vt.jhe University will attend the
rWtiBfcof the, American Society of Hor
iJiciiltiJSfal Science at Chicago December;
28 to'30. A paPer cn lm: "Hardness of
Fruits-'and egetablcs" by Doctor Hook '
-r'anrt,.Mr. Roa will lie read.
- C ;
ahes. which will be dumped into.ihcl
Sound, again by machinery.
Johnston Bros. ;
THE y .
V iVND . ,
' PRODUCTS . "
Hand-Toofed Calf and
Stccr-IIidc Leather Hags
and Purses at
-Uivavh Sharp ' Never Sharpened.
Here fs an Eversltarp vvhich has liecotue very
popular as a friendship gift
Everybody anl an Evereliarp.
' For HIM llteroiire Evershitrps of tlandard
size madivvtilh a clip lo cling to vest
jioekets; oHEvers-harps ringed for his
For HE1I llielcqure dainty junior models
, which fec xight at home in her purs-e
Alade wjth JeueJrajprecisioit in silver and in
gold, chased opiu. From SI to 5
An early morning's shooting, a fine bag of birds
but what will you do with them? Bring them
.to Harris' and they will be roasted just right and
served when you want them. Harris' are glad to
offer this extra service to their friends. Harris'
cooking will preserve all the natural flavors of
of your game, just as with more ordinBry foods,
it bring out the real tastmess that hits the spot.
-'Christinas Candies in fancy boxes ate ar
riving daily While the -assortment' is Iare,
it is beinp. quickly absorbed. A few large
boxes of Martha Waflmglon Chocolates, three
and five-pound boxes of Orginal Allcgrelti,
Uunlc's uiul Nunnelly's.
Millard & Sisson
a a a a a a
i a a a
a a a
I MAINETABOUT PE0PL1
"-MrsS Dudlej- S.
, S. Conlcy went to St. TsJpjJ Clft '? !
ningtovhitherm.,lW. , , . XUlfLU , JAJ l3
,rt went Jo St. Joseph J I - 1 V '
H'A.- Daiidson vtenl to .Viacom this
z i.-- ilt'.t Im iii-ltfi. tr. Mat.
nioriuui, 'jx. " '
i-L. A."rl"hillippc, who lives seven miles
northwest of Columbia, went to Kansas
Gty this morning to see his mother.
-.-.Mrs. Ccorje Sapp, wlm has been visit-'
ing Urr parents in Columbia, returned to
Jgdce.ll. A. Collier retumed lodav
Mais Kelts Gold
mid Sterling Buckles. t
'-BBBBta. rTi"hk' ' "Tr! "i i r; r i m r i
BBBPaBl V ' TO
V . . K !
?. -'iu n
The Electric Carpet Washing
Company v .
Located at"704 Broadway Ts prepared to wash your rugs and carpels with ihe
Famous Hamilton Beach Carpet Washer
7-- - .
The Hamilton Beach Way
Please phone'your orders early as we are going lo have a big rtt-h before the
holidays. WcabTolutely guarantee all work to be satisfactory. Drop in
"and see the work done. , . v- ; ,..."";:
AH work called (or and delivered on time. ' """""" ' "
Next door to Header's Market
f - -- . V- I
At tb LiSjuc. at
Ikach, Coap-en Sha
nun and Auditorium
hoteti, Chicifo,'- the
sales 4f FjtJmi excrfd
ilioe f aajf ccUcr c!-ictte.
YQU'LL jraole a WDC more tfiaa anordinary'p.p
because it'i a iWcet, nitllow smoke. Follow the old
pipe cottnoisseurt and have three, four, or more WD C Pipes
on your racL Smoke a coof one evexr! time. Then you'll
know what a real smoke is. Any cood dealer vill furnuh
you with several select shapes. -
"VjVM'D E M.llTR. 8cC ON E W O R k
Suiu tailored as decreed
by the latest fashions are to
be obtained from us.
Accurnteness and exact
less in measure and fit bi-lp
make our tailored auib ol
And our prices are as
Idtv as is consistent with ex
- i -
The Oalr Lidiet' Tailor Between
St. Louia and Kana Glr.
Every ounce of HP FJour is real flour rich in food
value and uniform in qualityT
Our selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone
County and our system of milling makes possible the mam.
facture of this supremely ialisfictory flour. -
"IIP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
How do men know when they've
struck the right cigarette?
IN" most casci, of -course, it when they- find the one
that tasEej'jcst.rigflt." '
' .MJnv; men "J tbat itraight Turlih cigifettea are 10
nch thatjhey. tire the taste because. cT tu much Turkish
-"-.- ! tobacco. Others find that ordinary part-Turkish pr Tur-
j ' li'K Blend CigareneS taste "thin" and 'flit"becau3e
- C'aETeT- otit, Utile Titi&.h. '
"' , Without realizing it, perhaps, whit tKese men are lookine.
skim o'ujiir4tughTriisi.'?' ' '
.' Mi when a imoker at last twitches., to Fatima, he fines
this. Beracse Fatima contains Uis Turkish thin straight
Turkish cigarettes; jet mrt Turkish than anr other Turk-
4 I Fatiml'a sales-leadership at so many prominent places,
such as the one shown above, would seem to show that
,. "just enough Turkish" isjust what most men, want.
And it's a fact, that mighty f:vr men erer switch from
LicctTT SJ Mrns Toiacco Co.