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THE COLUMBIA EVENING IvnSSOURIAJy, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2T, 1020.
3 AUTO THEFTS
DURMG YE AR
(Cars Taken for Joyrides Not
I Counted One of Tlirec
Up lo the preJCTt time, Uirro an Ian
hn stolen in Lolambit dunng I'J-'U, a'.
ror!ing lo tlir record of the police Je
oirtment. Of these cars. ODe Iia Icrn
found. AH three theft look place in
lNocmber ad Deccniber.
"About halt a dozen other cars have
been reported' ttotcn," said Chief White
side, "but they were all located from
iiithin a few haara to a day later abanij.
oned along Kme ide street; so they were
not recorded as thefts.
According to Chief Whitcsides, a large
cumber of apparent thefts were due ta
I joyriding In borrowed cars. bCTcral stu
dents were suspected ol haling enioyrd
I lhee tolen rides. One car was found
in hae been taken by a 12-year-old boy,
who droie it around Columbia and then
left it on the north side of town when
the gastline gae cut.
"Instances like this were not reported
thefts, but only tliose in which the
cars that were -actually taken away -were
recorded. None of the thefts was due
to carelessness on the part of the own-
i The first car stolen in 193) belonged t.i
i Porter Mitchell. No trace of it has r?er
) been found. It was taken on the night
' of November 10. A Hudson car owned
by J. B. Hopper was taken from the gar
' ! December 10. It was later found in
St. Louis in the po?ession of a nun wIhi t
; claimed to have bought it from Hopper.
A a!m?rs;wastoIai-fr!im F..T; V;tJ -k'Sfa!
ris, December 16. Jt lias not yet been
TURKEY GOBBLER HAS
f ' TROUBLE LIVING LONG
ENOUGH TO BE KILLED,
Wlut piece. "Wllkim?" fsther aslts. a
l.brroil grin on 'bis face as lie bold the
fcluning carving kmle'in reeQiaen OTer
the smoking furkry.
Mr. Champion .Turkey lads a pre
carious evislewr, Imwerrr, befire be
tron t dinner table with iti ca
nificence. There are many pitfilis ,n
bis way to the si. From Ilia tine he
ranges the pa-luin, a carefree ynaiip
birrl wiih litlle'si-iwe awl few failr.
unlil he and bis aamisliiags are liurn tu
the tabic on a huge pUller, 1 reountei
.enemies of all varieties and sorts, liats
find him a tender mrsl. He has a fund
ness for roaraintr the woodn and tliere
dangtr links in tlie b-rm of weasels,
Duting banest time, the rojal bird tries
to imitate one of bis neighbors on Use
farm, he cats too much, wbtrli is per
haps the reason lie says pnbbie, gobble!
The farmer is very rueful at iHs time
to keep rmi-t of the corn u! ef 1 reach..
In the winter. Mr. Turkey consent to
be fedrin tlie barnjard wjth the rest nf
the fowls. Tfi faniHT prepares a box
with orc sule prjtiv rcmoveit in whkn
he puts 'die corn. He places this high so
tliat tlx thickens cannat get to it and
steal the big bird's dinner. Now is the
time he gets fat, ami begins lu earn the
naiiK- of "Champion. He takes n a
lordly strut and calls .he barnjard lu
dominion. Ntw ami then he sharply re
minds the other binls i his seivreigntv
by peckin? them severely He eeao?
tana and teftles
trxii to contenfra rivdanae. Btft we
to -Bs sdfutifacros, fi ttewe retnes
tW.- day. Mora Ilia cimcuiled life is rut
S. ends Mr. Champam Tqifcjr all
except the gobble, gnMiie.
nwiH, Maafa amUmmm awost- you
at tbe CoimaMa Floral Cwbbbbi. s1v.
TOO IiATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR JiENT Kjs i new apaitRni
n Hill Si, near ihe OWaus. lnstttnt-r
prcferiej.-' No rfa)r roomers. fc isr
Titulars plijre KJ0. ii .C-Kif
lJetter values in bievclea at ii'ewmai's.
CLOTJI AXI SH.K BUTTONS
Make the Best Trisnaungs for
Dteasea. We make tkm for you on
the premfaein all Styks aad Sara
the sam Aay ma oroer.
I. .rOLI'SOY, Ladles TaHor.
Miner Doilding Hues S3i
V. a T. U."WH1 Send Toys to For
A ClwiAaw gift bv for foreiei cbild-
je fa St. Lew k bHnr prepare by the
j i-W.ilT. U. Jt riU'coataki tors, trink-
f 1 - . . , . -nC . . . .. . .
rts,-tfo or imruiE ram will .Mith!
the bout f a child. The Am-rieanu-
f ; lia Cemaaitteie In 5t. Loaj has .charse
v' ' '- f tiewt The members iff the society
T3 attaB -ate arlati'c sifls are asj.nl t.
' 'leie tWr nwtrrihnio at the home ol
jMtf. AIeT..Br-,f..rd 1111 Broadway, on
r letre real VednoHay.
, At c rsectrns of the organization thi
t-- -aftetaeoa at the Y. M. C A. the com-
.- tta on-vietiring monnr -for the Nir
&t I'.ebef reported 185.75 collected in
"A ' Cwfjcndiom af Temperance
TrtUbs" has been placed In every school
In town. Soeae I ttM-aebarls have grac
ed ebarts for tlie nse of tfbers in teach
ing cienulic tenperance. There arc
ctfttfol lassons for children in all grades
and a. boek on oow to teach them. It is
ue a law in Missouri that svieniific
temperance be taught in the tch!.
A p"ri2c essay contest is to be con.
dueled- during the first! port of. tV year
rin all the schools in the county, inc!o.l-
ing.tne high scliools ard colleges. LocaLI
onntr, tale and national prias are ajv
nin ilds conlestc frizes to tlie amouat
of S159.50 were given in tlte cear.ty last
yea'. ' , .
A iCf py of the "Life of Eranres P.
ilbrd lias been placed in the Cnlira
bia Librarv by the V. C T. U. '
- Mrs, OIlie Crow rrsigaed .aj, fOBOtarj
nf the-firanizalivn and Mrs. MlnnSe Mor
ris was elected to take her place.
It was decided to 'meet, in the homes
of the members for .the rest of the winter.
Jhe. next -meeting will be held Janaary
3 at. the home pf Mrs. '. P. Dysart,
1502 West Broadway -
, . . .qiKISTMAS PRESENTS
'.'Tlie beet .Christmas t present jou can
possibly pre your family is the guaran
tee backed up by the New York Life
that Santa Claus will aHas visit your
iiome-as tliese liappy seasons recur even
ho. Dad's chair may.be vacant.
. C Stephenson will be gfcid to.sfiow
jou more about tnia contfatt. Adv.'S-98
All IVm Oct One Dar.Off but Only
Three Have Longer Periods.
Every nnre at Parker Memorial Hos
pital will liave -one holiday daring the
Christmas season, but only three will en
toy a longer vacation.
Mi- lielle Wheeler, is spending Decem
ber at licr home in Eureka Springs, Ark,
Mis I,wi.-e Ililiigass is visiting friends
in chii ago and St. 1Hiis tills week. Miss
Edna Alley will leave tomorrow for
As one nure expressed it, "Vfe all
want to go. bnt if coure. that is impos
sible, so the Iuckv ones get lo go." How,
ever, there will not be much gloom
around the nurse's home during the hoi.
idays. for a Christmas party with a well
decorated tree has been planned jnd
present v-ill lie exchanged.
Accurate and reliable. Reasonable
rate. Work done on short notice.
50 Cuiur liuilding
Phone 1095 and 1CKX)-Gteen
Three More Shopping Days Until Christinas)
And many other useful gifts tliat will (please
him for Christmas, Quality gifts are what
you get at this store.
This store will he open of 'evenings com
mencing tomorrow night unlil Christmas.
"We hold no Clearance Sales. We arc
watching the markets closely and any rcduC'
tion in any lines of merchandise tliat we carry
our customers can be assured that they will '
reap the benefit."
i? iv I .-5ta'y . no.
.Everybody s Store.
ft is only willi a pure white
diamond tliat you can liest
prove your love and loyalty
lo the best friend.
Put just a little more fire and
sparkle into the Christmas
season with one of our select
'Pgn't Forget to Take Home Some
r . of Our University Jewelry
8M. U," Jewel Pins 'whit
Pearl Guard 10
Setrtir Column-, large or
r-nu!l size . .?5 jnrl;.X50
Column Rings in Gold,
The vtsry latest thins in TJni-
YFe.i. 88.50 to $10
CM Sfial PifiB; all . 10 Jet. goM
ize; .85e to 2..0 JTain 'M'
AP Rings of Solid
2.50 .Gold ...;to10
FACTORY ' FLOUR
Evory ounce of HP Flofir i3 ?eal flour rich ia food
value arid uniform in quality. ' t ,' "
Our stiection of only tie best tvicat raised in Boone;
Couutv ami our system of inilline mukM nosslble tlie-Tnami.
!! rnntilM 'tiC llin f.,....nt.. .'. C I il
lawmo di iuxa suptriucsy butiMuuiury liour,
. "IIP Salisjaclior" for sale by all grocers or caU No. 9
i!Trt ,r...,. 7Lf:ti: xn a... o
ijuuuxic uuiiLy fttiiiiug uim jiievaior to.
Mnker of Red-Ring Feedi
f. m "-'t r ZZZZTZ"S.
THE COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA
'Brings Happiness Into The Home
OB .the family gathers cozily indoors on these
amp Winter night, tliat'sthe tipc one yeams'for
' ro"- of a- fumous singer, the eafjplea'slng mcl
, 1 ,f a bond or orc5ies.tra or the tuneful measure
",. t daijetv . ; ; ;
T -narvelous natural anddife-like.tQues, .artistic
-ci'L-'-et design and thorough Grafondla excellence
" u'cklyeofljincc you of the;superiority'of our
V -i,. tie CsluaiBia Grafonolais a welcome addi
Con to.tLoJtomc at Cliristmas'time. "May we in
te e4 you mour selection. ...
Shde Repairing System
For Insurance That
SMITH & CAT-RON
Phone 27 '
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
Qeaning Pressing Altering
Boone Co, Nt'l. Bank BIdg, 8lh St. Entrance
If -T '"Vt KQ
si a E3
;'jta. build a shanty
"1 7 HEN 1 &A c.K of sel'wl,' iaiilheold
VV tpf1".- " w-t arotind alt piiriwd to dis
cuss equilibrium of uiqir.cnts or Id lay out a
high teraitoi-- &sytst-.n between New York and
ChiteM.' "- "' ' "-'.
"Rut tlVe firtftVio tlte fxs -t me at ".vis
;'h;i.h;id ttic itumped It
'd ncfea- iiiui Aohnnty course
TliCJ'lf'rlrir.il iiftiosl. , n
think strait A. -. ' '.
Tiger Taxicab Company
Dance and Party Calls a Specialty
Day and Night Service All Big New Cars
1 ff -.Paithicd ia
j ' II the ixttral of Ettt- Vl
j trictl Devdopmtnt by
j If on I-tSti!xthx,tkat uriil x jj
$ be helped byjt&at- , ?jj
"", . Jvdutrr. . A
' ' '
to build a sh."...:,
die! n't seemiair.
, at corege.
'Still 1-ioJkirl wj slaves up and sUueI Jij.
At in-it.thf tbcfc? vct-khVfc '.-li' ctdl. Tint
yait&s trjhi"i stsw -ui. Tlsc mof rfd in the
middle. ' j '"'.
'"Uat i w?iit oxvr my pluns and reasoned
oat tlxiavhy andon hfiv&r? of the trouble on a
coin.r.ca-slv l;asi;. I EUed v.ita that job
""'liS&L s-ddonly reallicd ihst Ihe-i'igijest
tlin ' VhM L-nrncd tit Nl!eje vrjnot the bits
cf sjh-.'w i?.w-,)ia,.!ci' but sometkinjjof muck .
mci .- uppwtsjice whi ii these Iwd taught me
Ui ateiity to third;. ''
Nil run ,ni:rrn ran in ! irto everjtJi"., toh oa?Jit to
li.'i. . Its Jft.si.iuj- i t'a f:ae you Uib priuripfca wliicli
t S jf you'c :cnr'i.b(.i !.; to btiftwif ft mxn'-s sifu c-11-giac
t orr.inu." bvr, ym irtust'rf;'.:-r rr' to gtt at lh
heart of your prob! fi. Vieilia b'-w tuo-- Wie laws
can npiiix , wHf tu:4 .'-,-t.r ik.
Tin... j o.i"' ( .-j,--. i v hatwarrriew Aniarid conies
akir.p, rjHi !.( n ynv.r i-i- ospnTUrantv 'roim to carrv
out Miuie w yt
find ilc K"'i'JI
r i-!'it- '.i
.n-ar. aiclcmuit you'll
wen T . can ax far ami
Wkemxrfrtogt hoi ttleclridls for
tie etsaftrfx arj. taareswwrs ef life
tndas, tUJIiUft Electric Cnv.txmy
Offers a service is bread cirtkcfhnctioas.
.r dectritity itself.- .j .. . .
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