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ON FURS DROP
Ilimals Mav KcPtl Beautiful!
Coats This Year Though
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Fashion Sull Calls
HlVK ' HARD TO CATCH
"Possum" and '"Swaat Polities
Slilfa Dish Enjoyed h
SlTxAiuaiaS that are vietims :' t""
J&'lirW ccct of fur which nat
' r. ""' ' ,j
J.Ior Uieni-aTl protect; -n are
are anng an caier jim t'- 'm
, "Usual? Not" that Data Fi-h
tceasrrl lo'kiolc wlili fsvnr nnrn 'Ii
,-ly fin irfwd" fore lust Mitt
lymade'SHl a -itftk HiK p- ',-. ai
ff tiraVtraSe, it tskrag. a tsef n. M.Ae.
ha4 teaed to &w free (! . and
'luxuries safer arcerdingl-.
Fr sold to the local .m-; t -' 'ttr
. rushed by occasion-! "r-ifr - t' '" w
faratr boyt wfc a t.-:' f - -'e -- -I
and a nethM if -.' - - ei -
r apending raoney. There are alo a few
profcMional trappcia in this neighbor
".hood who live close to the Missouri rir
tr. It is estlauted tbit In a cw" ator
string ef traps will bring in $10 or
IIS a week if given favorable conditions.
The fur nutlet It at the level of five
years ago according to the owners of the
Kits Commission Company. Last year
fox furs were worth about ill No
93 ii considered an average price. Opos
sum pelts brought frcn 50 c-ms to S3,
and now 50 ren!s is conidered a higt
price for tingle fur. Pole cat furr
were sometimes sold for $10 last year
This year they eIdom reach over $3
"Don't buy." says l!ie wholesale dealer
"Don't trap," says the retailer, and ii
looks at if some of the forest folk will be
given a chance to carry their Sne dresses
"over until neat ) ear. j
.Subtlest of all forest asima't is the!
, fox. He lives Tir hi. its and sprcd. net,
-his strength. He is famed for ravag"
on toe rn'cuen yarn ana pig pen. u:a i
Xn& Cavm urilt l.lr T Vnmi(7t tti. twv-n
a nobleman's sport for centuries and Is I
follonedin Ibis cftuntn 1 all clashes
and crecils. . The, local tvrve of fox k
rcil. It is said ttai llie gray fox, a kuiJ
rnost often fmrnd in timbered rev-ins. is
driven out by the red fox. v.h.rh prefers
the "prairies. Faxes Vrc fist d.ttppear-
rjjr ing in -this loeility. . ,
RMe Lowliest cf tste for bearing animals is
HC if I r KHH WtB ...- iiwn Hum
'txat, both oI'Tiakh have food fur. It is
aaid that oW trappers can predict w.th
! accuracy the hlgJt water mark- of the
i spring rise by the wiy ausk rats bailj
their den they jo a leu tees awnc
the. height of the iteter. The upoum is,
fsost notfj for his caaac:y oi eating
trsirorneas eoj Hiking- He i also con
sidered a rare delkac) wteo bailed with
He i- a terriUe Sfhtcr wh.n cornered by
- n dog but is er hard to ee"-h beaausc j
i.t ',v.. ..mcti. of his ruliliuoi s'om ths,
1. l.b , M.".. .i- i... ' - -- . I-
W' itilli his bands and his lii ermr- j
ir., ,;..r hank.4. Sfeeacsi. 01 'I.S mj-Trtenese
'& 'anri. ihe racoon is considered a me iet i
t TIic mark of a pood trapper is lu j
g, ability to eatrh mink. Thi- s!er,-icr j
jfc'sJiadoWy antatU wh- ! aunts the - i
y.- edge between rue live ano na x is wt.-
? ... a ufMtiWfiil deEree He lir-i on l-ied .
but securos all hu f'--od iix.m t1 - .'n
andif ciiuaJIy at h'ne en Vt,' T
- 'catch! a r5ik"'contiou.Tj --pi"- a
rJnn-wrdcri Vtte icight o .V frof.j.
'M'&t 5 Kotod to hare L - the Kit
i"V banflTif beaver la tuts ootr.t-r , is
'v. in'1865. -"TheT jaade their hem' on an
j-landfc'tBC- 3fiMri -ri,c- iV-,
u ..a. ,....! i .- . '
h" lav? pt Ifce fay rte -- -1 ' -n n
Js endloUcr'ac? -bear and alt the Th-r T;
"types'? fcit aaioHis whos. w.rth i.ss
k grrathat nun coaia aot i". t:.cai
To Eerd "TiBCr" Film Over State.
Tbe pooularit- r f'' H. Tg
film is already btrora." - A
wire v.ia received ye-tc wy i. j A. D.
Cinn. Meretary ef the Trenton Commerc
ial dob, seekir; tbe privilege of show
ing tbe film before tr high school of
that city December 3L Arrtngeraents
ore being made by the Student Conscil to
rent the film to various organlxitiont
throaghoat the tute at a teasonable rate
and thus secure a 'vrrtlahg for the uni
versity. RHEUMATIC TWINGE
Get busy and relieve those palna
with that tiandy bottle of
WHAT Sloan's docs, it docs tier.
ocshlj pcmfrales wiliest rub
Kag to the adctcd pert and
promptly rdievica most kinds of ester
cal pains and aches. You'll find it
clean and ron-skin-'teinicg. Keep it
handy lot Bciaiica, larabao, ceuraljh,
crer-csertccl mcsclu, Et'.u j-ints, back
ache, pii5, bnusca, strains, tpraiai,
bad weather after-cCccts.
For 59 years Sloan's Llnlaent has
rrea't likely la be aa exception. It cer
tainly does produce resula.
All rjresjuts 5ic. VCc, $1.40.
noror System Violators to Be Failed
in Coarsen '
Failure in ike course andan additional
cumber of negatiie hours denial to the
course credit is the new persalty 'placed
en violators of the Honor Sysfvm by the
"Tb lnaity U drastic," said. 'Walter
G""- " ' Senate. "in other
' ac V! M cubing cheating hate lasted.
; A ,Iftnor Ss!ro . ,
been appointed awl nivon full power, to
ideal wrrli, violators. The rorarhittce con-
s,s of Ross" Jtcncjnolds, J. I. Stone, and
Dean (..oHier. itventy-liic students nave
r" ivil BurHhmcnt (his term for eola
tions of the Honor System and six more
cases. Ti-we- in be brought np befuru the
i '.mmlloc Una afternoon.
Ti.f Senate la alo decided m hold
iearly t4tU.n.for menbers.of ,le
aJirt Senate-the first Tuk iiu-April
'hi- year, instead of at k .KSlOar slu
(,:., rerwiTThry Lepe tT eliminate.
, "', PW'f polities in this way.
! lie. will- bli -cfsarjv fcf i activities
junng uic &$.-. tc?'
"Walter Cray, pres-1
ideut. will fiBidh hts work in thr Uni
.nity thJ terra, and loair-for Texas,
where lie will practice law.
December 16. Christian and Stephens
colleges close for the holidays.
December 16. Cclumbia-Ceatrilia
ommercbl dub banquet i
December 17. Final fall term exami-
December 20. V. . C A. children's
December 22, Fall term ends at H
J)eeernber 23. Christmas preErtun, Co
lumbia High School.
December 25. Municipal Christ&us
December 25. Christmat tervieea at
December 2b. Christmas services at
December 28-29. Payment of Vnrf
,ity registration fees. Registrar o&ee.
December 30-31. Kegistrarion for tie
January ij-neoaie. viun. 'B"J
school and Bo-nville High SchooL )
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January 17-21 Farmer's 'Week.
January io. souiiry. ciu uoone
County Poultry Association
Januarv 19, 20, 21. Meeting of Mis
souri Farm Bureau Federation.
January 19-20. Musical revue, "The
Pas-ins Show," auspices St. Mary's
January 21-22. Basketball, Missouri
rs. Oklahtma at NorraarC
Tlie bot Christmas present soucan
,ciUy give your family is the gin ran
ee backed up by the New York Life
Jut Santa Clans will alwajs visit yqur
Mine as these happy seasons recur even
1, Dad's chair nay be vacant. ., ,.
YV'.fc. Sttphensou will be glad to show
.ou more about mis contract. Adv. S-93
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" Teacfccts wanted for gjod portions of
U kinds, for tbe second semester in the
eieiaciMaiy HUH ac,;iuij P4WUW "
celigts. We can get you a better pol.
lion. Enrollraerit frre. Cline Teachers
Agency, Excliange ?all Bank Cldg.
Phone 929. Adv. 93
YOl'R OiniSTMAS ICE"
For fcstirance That
SMITH & CATRON
First class workmanship and
prompt service guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered
without extra charge.
810 Broadway Phone 315
M SPECIAL ORDERS TAKJirs
I Central Dairy i
m DOT SAPPLNCTON. Prop- V
Phone 819 6 N. 8th St.
Methodist Stndentn Promise to Help
Make It Effective.
The Jtudent organization. of ihetBroj'"
lay Methodist Churcii rtecntly pledf
itself at faranng the Honor sytlem.
w report adopted hy the honor sys.'
tern committee and accepted by the slu-
dent orcaniiation declared:
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First,-in favor of the general pnnciples
of an honor system. j
Second, that each -tudent will Veep)
himself square, neither receiving nor ii-
Tt.ir.1 ..,! -.-I. i.t.nt v.ll An l.u
test to iuUd up a general sentiment far
oringie horwr svstem.
"T, .i. ', i.. ...ii .. - I-.
fonfih. that each student will use liis
influence 'with bis department in. the
University to adopt methoilj of securing
closer cooperation on the prt of stu -
i dcnts'Jn upholding the principles of the
Fifth, tliat.cach student will peak to j Tunds for Vuropean'g TTiH He Col
anvorle acliris cdfilrarv to the princu-'cs i lected Aiter the Holiday.'
of the honor svsrflii and do Viervthinr
i ossiuie 10 ecmc a cuarr. r m aimuuv.
.i f ". .. . . ..:... 1
Siith, tliat each studert will reiort to
the 'proper, authorities persons t fojad
abesing ifce priiilegis of llr? honor sys
ttra. RECEIVES JAPANESE PICTUUE
Mrs.U.H. Kias Gets Hand Painfing
From Her Son.
A hand painted picture of a moonlight
scene on the Inland Sea of Japan has
been received by Mrs. II. H. King from
her son, Frank. The pictu-c Is done on
velvet. In 'the foreground, and to the
left, it a tiny sailing vessel behind
which It an island. A typical Japanese
dwelling Is visible la the background on
The central feature of the picture,
however, it the oriental mocn whose rays
extend across the sea, painting a stream
of silver, and illuminating a scene that
else were dark. This moonlight scene
la all the mare striking because its softly
glowing light lies directly between the
island just mentioned and a similar one
sn the right.
Frank King secured tie picture sen'
to his Bother before leaving Japan Kv
era! mootia ago to cross Siberia and
MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN FAILS
"Cfcri.tmM II .Top
The membership eampai,rn far the
Herbert 'VPilliams Post of the AmTicao
Legion shews poor results. Campaign
captains say- that Christmas is first in
the minds of the former. service men and
that it is hard to-, arouse in"eret in .he
.Legion. Studenti are busy thinking of
exams anu many say urai uicr wnuvr
afford to join 'this year. Th- campaign
xUt dote- the seeorhf -Wetl. in January
Suits and Top
Coats Now Being
Made forTAs Low
As $50 -
Matenals are ef "our chnicest pat-,
CoVxl fit and excellent wortman
The Only Ladies' Tailor Between
St.. Louis and Kansas Gty.
lafe Hathman and Son
We with to notify ear friends and
csssobmb wo. hern soved our res.
uurant to 807 Ash Su jut east of
where wo were. Qolck meals and
Shoe Reiairing System
1J .- , L i J ' I III III
',' ' " "" III 'I hari2ia:.-JiUwa5!SiH'CJ"wf?
I ' '" '. And set a nint of tliat eo'od Palms' I .ur. - , ..jGJ!ML1
, ' C ACkTT Java, hot ml inVigrdtiligt. and some I jjlj uKit-is-?anijJtir-ttJJ;ii'ili)"
Vx.Xi i dainty wafers 'or sandwiches to help j -',
,i '- " FfiR VFrnvn , '- you while you study for vour exams. ill .".----.- ! -
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IV III 1JC glilU III UC11IC1. ill
ro.op ' ii
vlJ ur I JsfJ" PALMS
Annual Joornalivm Feature to
Presented Two Xighta.
The "JenradisrA JstzicaV the jour
nalism ttudcntairjiaualiaiidcviile revue,
rill be alien lias vcw on Vedncsday
and Tljor lay, February 16 -and 17. at
ii" " -"" -"- i'- nr
itthned at a raeeii$ ,f lourrjli.m ,tu-
TIcUs lat m;ht in tl.e anditoriura in
, Alt $& JhlL
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51 Vine .McCaBlei.-vtfe.pu-sidcrit ..f.llic
icliooft aprointed a sttzntian crnnniiuee
,0 or "ttt 'pa3 "'.," J30"3' during
the Christmas balidayk. iTiie ecnimiftce
I F 'f r-' J?-, .""i
Caett. .tula Crnm, W E. DradMd awl
n... tT.,lli TilM.1 (r lv to.'
I florerco Tvnitltef. Talent for We revue
ill rw diVvirn from all diviens of the
POSTPON p KKL1EF D1UYE
In behalf ofvllie Amrriean Krflisf Ad
, .- . ii i . ii
ministration for iurupe, Herbert 1 oover
has sent tlr folUinBg tetegrijn t
in charge of Eui.nxiin J-tudent
here: . j
"Winter is on. Dr-Croa is acute over
there. Trut laculiy Uwl startiu wi'l
rcpnd average three i'ollar ca'h. Th-,
mil raise the million ,ivrary "
Owire o fhr tnannntions and the
early erdir.g of the ferr If it has been
liiught bt-it that lh V-ffiit to lielp
European ttudents be postponed until
sfter the holidays. It is lo be hoped
hen that both the faculty and the stu
dent body will be able to respond to this
Major Jackson to Get Discharge.
Maj. IL C Jackson, artillery iitructor
in the R. 0. T. C has been ordered to
Fort Leavenworth. Kart, where he is to
receive a discharge from the service on
account of heart disease. He expects
to be gone about a week. On his return
Major Jackson says he may go to the
country and try farm life for awhile.
O'Heeron Here From Montgomery.
J. K. O'Heeron, former secretary of
the University Y. M. C A, came from
Montgomery County Tuesday. He has
been engaged in evangelical work among
the rural churches there. He will re-
,TT, m Mnntirnmrrr Connlv todav. and
expects to move his family next spring.
h m . '"j COMMONS!
, vxu-i o-
Jlhc Famous Shoe Shiner at the
Tiger Barber Shop
Will -Shine Shoes on Sunday
From now on we expect to stay open on Sundays
"Henry Shines on Sunday"
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
R I yE9P I I
Every ounce of HP Flour h real flour rich in food
value and uniform in quality.
Our selection of only the best wheat rsised in Boone
County and our system of milling makes possible the manu
facture of this supremely satisfactory flour.
"HP Satisfaction. ' for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
Projram Consists of Music and a
The Grcle Eielit of the Prcsbyteiiar
Qiurch gate an "old-fahiond entertain-1
ment" last eveninp to eighty persons in
the anditoriurn of the charch. Jlrs. T.
E, Jarvi3 wa in charar of the eirninjs's '
arTair, which ronsi-ted of the fvllowing ,
mmical program: I
G)ps) Sing, Mi's kuith Hammock; 4
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'"itS.f'.'r "" lTrX:T t
' Ti ii in ' - i -
cold, cold ground, entiie e.rde: refita -
lion. JI. Cathrrme iteinber-er; sons.
CJilllO VltwVai IWIb 9 VIU alii II hllfea
-! av-A aVrt "l t.l bu fll.l Wbd A WtWfW I
performance a silver efferinj
iV tableau, "An Old Snect Heart of'
j Mine," wa read by Florente liu.ve!l
anu prcsenieu nv ine iouonipg cvt:i
Sviertheart, ce ItaVer; Hir .Lover,
Edith HaranKiek; Uii.'drrn, Jack We'ly
and Il"hbie lUmsa.;Srhool!, Miry
G"rd'i itanberser; !xhlgir!. Lady T-
" -"u'iip, iiuui iKikrr ana uqo lunnay
, Q. , . . ;., ThomI,
COLUMBIA NUT PIMCFS
the Only Variety Not
fluenced by Decline ncrc.
I New shipments of nuts rci etved by
Columbia mrnliants vtithin the last
! month sliow. fn general, a decrease in
piire. "aliiut. which sold laT year
for 3 cents a ihju.iJ, axe cow tu tie
maiket at 40 cents. AlrnonJs which
sold for 50 cents last year, are now sell
ing for 35 cents. There is. bewevcr, an
increase in the price of pecans. Be
cause of the small crop this year, they
are selling at 35 cents, an increase of 10
cents over last year's price.
Food chemists have for a long time
given various nuts a prominent place
among concentrated foods. Thev are tL-
only vegetable product that it at effiel-1
rnt at animal food for the laboration of ,
numan mux. Analysis has slionn that
they may even surpass such valuable
foods as meat, eggs and cereals in their
concentration of nutrients. Although
nuts and products made from them have
been used the world over as an addition
to a meal rather than as a part of it, they
have only lately obtained a larger recog-
nmon. J no tact tnat nuts are not eaten
more may be due, in part, to their sup-
I conducted at Yale emphasiied anew that
iivcu luuittauuuuy. uui experiments
PATT KQ R .
nuts are rslaalle food. -If they 1 Med
as eggs, neat and other food rich, In
protein, there can be no complaint "abocl
their behavior in the body.
Colombia people use nuts occasionally
at the end of the meal. But rst people
say that trier are too expensive i propo
sition. In fraternity and sorority booses
English walnuts and pecans are used
more than any other variety, in fancy,
salads and downs une House ntrys'
lt;il..U.A .. DIG f iMl M' U.I. VU MMU-.W. I
b AIU-o most honsewiJes re
alizc the value of nuts as a food, still the!
. Hi pro!uDithe m tfUe of
I lh .crerlt decrease in cost.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY V
LOST Sheep-skin coat from Com-i
merce Bide. Thursday morning. Ke-'
Ward. No questions asked. Call,- W. i
Smith, Sigma Chi House. C92J
TAKEN reron v.ho by mistake took
sheepskin coat from Horticultural Build
in? can find owner at lilt Paeuin St.
Phone 1294-BIack. v S45
FRESH OCEAN FISH
FRESH LAKE TROUT
FRIED, 25c l
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A BOO&entiUed ''BILLY SUNDAY, The
Man and Wis Message sells for $2.00.
But with the purchase of a tiro or a baltery
this month, you; may have one absolutely
'FREE. A rcafbuy for yourself, besides get-
. ting a valuable present for some member of
jhe family, " "
We vrill'i'old tires for January or February
OldScfd, Goodrich and Portage tires,
everyone guaranteed. The profit is yours
now, but will mean business for us next sum
mer. Chains, curtain repairing and all tire
Crane Tire Shop
Tiger Taxicab Company
Dance and Party Calls a Specialty '
Day and Night Service All Big New Care
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
Qeaning Pressing Altering
, (BepeCo. NtL Bank BIdg. 8 St. Entrance
Auii,ntiUiU!jyi- ; -.
On Christmas day, put an Eversharp "within the grasp".of one of
your friends. He will use it continuously' during 'the coming
year.' It will le'lhe one indispensable Christmas gift.
For-men dicre are Eversharps made with a clip to cling to vest
pockets, or ringed to fit the new watch chain".
For women die daintier models make themselves at home in purse
or hand bag.
silver or in gold, chased or plain,
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GIVE A PRESENT'
Ninth and Walnut
arc sold at torices