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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1922
Columbia Market Report.
Prices to Fanners: High Low Avr.
Green jieppers, dnz. ..$ .20 .20 20
l!oating ears, doz. .. 20 20 20
Kir tomatoes lb. .. .03 .02 .02'j
Lima Beans lb .03 .03 .OftVj
Ecrs doz. 2ft 2 .25
Cutter, lb -TO JO JO
Hens, lb 17 .17 .17
KooMcrs lb .03 .06 .07
Spring Chickens lb. 20 .18 .19
Apples bu .75 JO .62'.i
Cantaloupe. S1.O0 .W .80
Beets doz. JO JO JO
Carrots doz. JO JO JO
Sweet Potatoes, bu. . 1J0 1J0 150
Mill, cut 1.73 1.75 1.75
Cream, lb J5 J5 J3
St. Louis Ciosi.vc Grain FirratES.
(Courle- Iiwne Oiunly MiUinp Co.)
pt. Wheat S1.0S A
Dee. Wheat 1.02 Ts
Says Agricultural Condi
tions Are Improving.
"The outlook for the farmer hriphlens
with the improvement of zeneral con
dition, in this and other actions of the
country," sis Alex Bradford, wce-prei-dent
ef the Boone CoLnty Tru-t Co.
"There is no doubt that tie farmer who
ta closely on the job will be fully re
warded for his efforts within the next
It is true that prices during the past
JO .62',4ear for the farmers products have not
been satisfactory. "t heat at 5I.IU
and corn at CO cents the farmers part
is not more than 90 cents and 50 cen.s,
and after deducting the cost of produc
tion his actual profits would he less than
one-half of this amount. Mr. Bradford
Death or departure. No amount of re
assurance from the Allied forces here
could stay the exodus.
To add to th reoni-ufofpRkygnNNdao
To add to the confusion, thousands of
Greek refugees from outlying territory
entereil Constantinople as others were
Commanders of the Creek forces here
were none too sure of the loyalty of their
troops. There were frequent rewrts of
23 RELIGIOUS SECTS HERE
Alay "A heat
Nit. Corn .
Sept. Oats .
Dec Oats ..
Hist St. Lou? Liif. Stock Market
Lsr St. Ioiis Sept. 23. Cattle re
nipts 13,000; market steady. 23 cen'.s
Xative beef titers 4.2.tu 10.23
Yearling tecr and heifers 6J0 to 8 JO
Stockers and feeders. .
Cain- llJOto 12.03
Hog retcipt 11,000; inarkil Meadi.
Columbia Haa Big Bargain Sale.
The biggest bargain sale in the
history of Columbia is advertised in
front of the half-finished .Missouri
Store building. Some student hum
orist lias marked on one of the big
steel girders that are to be used in
the structure, "Free! Take One,"
and on another, "While They
The farmer who has hail products for
market during the last few months has
been seriously affected by conditions
brought about by coal and transmuta
tion slrikfs according to Mr. Bradford.
"In spite of the unsettled conditions
t . .... -I. ..! tl.a I.e. tun Ir
, l r .1 .. ,i is second, followed by 54 Presbyterians
three months, farmers accounts show a I .- ' .
shrinkage of old obligations to a limited
Methodist Denomination Chosen by
937 University Students.
Eterv creed of Christianity and
several religions other than Christianity
are represented among the 3.500 students
inrollcd in the Unitrrsily now. Student I
cards filled out at the time of registra
tion giving church preference -how that
there are only 233 students who claim no
The Methodi-t denomination leads with
937 memlKT. That includes members
of IkiiIi north and miuiIi Methodist
Churches. The Christian Church with 848
"Messiah" Chorus to Visit Missouri
bj VtuteJ Prett.
LtNDsBoitc, Kan, Sept. 25. Members
of the "Mesiah" chorus unanimously
toted to ghe renditions of Handel's
"Messiah-' at the opening of the new
American iioyal Livestock pavilion in
Kansas Gly, November 18-19. This
chorus of 600 trained voices has appeared
only twice outside of Lindsborg. In 1918
the chorus sang for the soldiers in Camp
Funston. Last February, the chorus sang
three times in Oklahoma Gty to 16,000
persons. A special train of twelve pull
mans will transport the singers to Kansas
Gty. Eighteen rehearsals will be held
previous to the opening rendition, accord
ing to Prof. II. Brase, director.
extent, which is a splendid indication.
"It seems to me," continued Mr. Brad
ford, "that the hope of the farmer lies
in his reduction of the cost of produc
tion to its minimum, together with the
maximum amount of production and not
" , . ... i .i . i United lirethren, llutcli lielor
by dei-rea-mg production in order that ,. . ...
Z. .... "... ..,: ,,j,rIDay iMints Imtarun. Union
Light lights ,
Packing -ws ........
Slurp reciipt- 3.000;
(banners and tutters ...
1.50 to 6.0f I 'he "" supply may bring higher
CHRISTIANS DESERT SMYRNA
Have Little Faith in the Loyalty
525 Bapti-ls, 231 Episcopalians, 173 Cath"
olics, 87 Congregationalist-, 80 preferring
the Jewish church, and CO the Lutheran.
Other faiths presented in the student
Iit incluilt- the Sikh, Mohammedan Ba
liai. Ethical Culture Society, Society of
Friend-, Church of Coil, New Jerusalem,
United Brethren, Dutch Reformed, Latter
... 10.23 m 10A-
... 10.23 to 10.6".
... 10.00 to 10 JO
.... 7.73 In 8 Ml
... 10J0 to 10.60
... 3 00 In UX,
... JO to 2J0
S'venth Dav Advenlists and Greek
ihodox. One give- tin- "Jjpjnesi- Y.
of Greek Forces. jIand Concerts This Year ,ndudc
Constantinople, Sept. 23. Christian" I AH dreat tompo-,ers.
fearing a rejietition of the horrors of! George enable, director of the Uni
mim.. fle.1 In ilie iliousaniU as the !eritv Cadet Band, has planned def-
Ki-m.ilisis were reported drawing near unite work f.
Wo-jl Lambs 13J0 to 1 1.00 sinns and Iie-eigul the
I . t. i . i
iiMjns. nicy icn uy
ST. LOl IS CLOSING .111 l.nvisi ruicts
By United Pratt.
Corn No. 2 white, 61 cents; No. -1.
while. 62'-i cents.
Oats No. 2 white. 40 lent-; No. 3
white, 39 to 40',i tents.
Wheat (redl X... 2, SI.17 to S1.I8;
No. 3, 11.11 to J1.I1; No. 1. $1.04 to
Wheat (hard I Xo. I, $1.07: Xo.
rinba-- for pa--
irr they haxc lhe to altrrnatnc-: standard in education.
AUTHORITIES TO SEIZE LINEK iirenehril.
I The Grrrks and niher Chrisiian-
Vrscl Now in Spain Said to Hat
Carried Liquor to V. S.
By I mitt J tret.
Sr lotik. Spt. 2."i. Charpinjr llial
lhr liner Knrona. mH lied up at Cadiz
pain. iiat been U'-rd tu mug;Ic mdlinn
of dollar tturlli of Iiqunr intu tin 1'nitrd
States, federal authorities today prepared
to take action to seize the le"!.
Col. William Havard, United Slate
district attorne, vaid he had proof that
the Korona sailed on fraudulent paptTs
and that it Iwxjllegcing nieration n
I ho high vas cre directed b HireIrb-
fnim New York.
The Korona Has at fcca, according t-
HaHarcL, when its owners the CIoIk
(xtrapanjt Jnc went bankrupt. It
htrandrd tlie American sailors in Spain
and their prolot hate ju-t been received
In authorities here. '
flajward Mated tliat the men t-Iripped
out of New York, thinking the were go
ing t Greece. Instead, he said, the
Korona turned around off Itlock Inland
and Iranferred a liquor cargo alued at
rr a half million dollar.) to M:eral
Then, authorities -aid, the hip went
to the Bermuda Island where bootleg
operations were rcpeattd.
I lie liaml Uu ear. e-
their former holy city. Irctmn hde !miii taken I mm the lol-
Greeks hatil gathtred tlieir m-- lnwin? nmMM.T.: Wjgm-r, Ileethiirn
rvfjiiiM-rt and l.rahras (l.cnnjiu; Auuet,
Alaenet Saiiit-Saes and Lacombf
manh u (tiniii t i uumi dim iii ii in "liai-
Mustapha Kemal, according to re- ian) ; Grieg and Siend-en (Nor
liable rrjNHt received here from mr-wegian ; Sibeliu-. (FinnMi); Lachner,
iij. has left that stricken city and l Glinka and Tschaikowki tRu-.sian);
now in Niomedja, near Ismid, which is ' Moszkow?ki (Pulilit; Dutrak tlkihem
50 miles from Constantinople. jianl; Hadley (American); and Elgar
The Turkish cavalry, according to word land Grainger tEngli-hl.
received here, has reachefl the out'kirl Thf ba:id wiH givr a M-rie if con
r.f lUrhfl. on ihr edce of the neuirjl cert this rar. The dale of the firs!
I one. Kcmalisls. are known to he n concert will be announced later. Mr.
Iduty near Oianak, where the Uritih are - Vcnahlc IH-Keves that the University
nana mioum e! a nign siamtaru in i
Iie-'muic, jut as the I'nivernty ets a Mgfc
AT THE HOSPITALS
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
S. Wall of Clew-land. 0,io, lift Sat
urday for Columbu, Ohio.
Miss Mabel CilbtTt spent the weet-end
in Jefferson Gty.
Frank Dimmitt, federal land appraiser
for the St. Louis district arrived in Co
lumba Saturday from Sliclbina.
Urby Hurl, of Huffdale, arrived Satur
day for a few davs" visit.
Mrs. J. A. Turner of Mcltainr was
shopping in Columbia Sliurday.
200 at Engineers' Smoker.
About two hundred students of the
School of Engineering were present at
a smoker in the Ensineering Uuildins
Friday nipht. It was of an informal na
ture and part of the entertainment was
furnished by a trio om-i-tinf; of Kuy
Jaeger, former president, his brother.
Chester Jaescr, and F. A. Asendorf, ed
itor of this year's Shamrock. At the
cIoe of the mokcr, rider and dough
nuts were served. Several faculty mem
bers and Ar; students were present as
guests of the engineers.
Writer Wants University Pictures.
J. F. Williams University publisher,
has received a request from Frederick
Sempich of the department of the Secre
tary of State. Washington, D. C for pic
ture) of active University life. Mr. Semp
ich is writing an article for the National
Ceorgrapbc Magazine on "Missouri
Progress." He has a-ked for pictures of
settles on the farm of the College of Ag
riculture, such as cows being milked by I
milking machines and mule", being clipped
by electric devices. He also wants pic
tures of freshman-sophomore contests.
Mr. Williams will send twenty -five or
' " H
Graduate Heads Drury Department.
I). S. Libbcy, a graduate of the College
of' Agriculture, is starting the course in
Agriculture that is being offered for the
fir.-t lime this year at Drury College.
Springfield. 1 he department. Mr. Libbey
wrili-, is one of rural life more than ag
riculture. Alter two years at Urury. the
students are transferred to the College
of Agriculture here. Mr. Libbey was in
training at the Reserve Officer's Camp at
Jefferson llarracks this summer.
PARKER MEMORIAL HOSriTAL.
Those admitted yesterday were: Misses!
Sallie Lacy, Beulah Ellis, Anna K. Ln-
loe and Miss Elizabeth Lawson.
those itiscnargeu yesterday were:
Powell B. Mcllaney. Edward Shelton.
Doris Byars, James Alford, Leslie Case
and Wiley Padan.
HOUSE niCMY HOSPITAL.
Miss Mary Crandstaff was discharged
from the hospital yesterday.
Always the Right Price.
VS. A. A, Picnic at Rollins Springs,
n.p . A. A. picnic, which wa to
have In-en givn Fridav aflerniMiii, veil
Ik given at I o'clock t inwrrow afler
noon. Frehtnan pirN, and girls wfm are
entering the Limernly for llw firt
lime, are to be the gue-ts f the old
members of the organization. The girN
will hike to KoIIins Spring where the)
w ill have a wiener roat.
.Miss Scogin to Enter Hadcliffe.
Mr. A, T. Sco;in received word yes
terdav that her daughter, Margartt.
pas.M-! the entrance examinations for
Kadcliffe Odlege and tliat the will be
a student there this fall. Mr-. icogin
will gu to Cambridge for the winter to
1m- with her daughter. Srhool will open
about October 1.
LOsT Medium Mzed Llewelljn nrt
trr, black and white, limp in hind leg.
For anv information or return a reward
id $5. Phone 805. 21-2.
For Chilly Fall Days
A Sport Coat
When the weather is just between cold and
warm, a sport coat will make you comfort
able, and, at the same time, be dressy and
stylish looking.. The Tom Wye and
Pinkerton makes are the best known.
$7.50 to $8.50
Others $5 up
We Hold No Clearance Sales.
For Our Efforts
When Our Patrons
"This is the Best
Ice Cream I Have
Ask your Neighbor
and Big Value
They're styled up-to-the-minute
and made of high
grade, attractively pat
terned woolens. Sizes 6 to
18. Priced at $7.50 upward.
Meats and cheese taste !
better with CoIrnan'D.S.F. I
Mustard. It aids digestion !
and makes the last morsel
as tempting as the first j
Write to Dept. .y- for our '
novel recipe booklet giving
appetizing uses for mustard. I
It's free. t
J. & J. COLMAN (U. S. A.) LTD.
90 W. Broadwar. New York. N. Y.
At ill good proeery and druc. .lores
Big Real Estate Sale
On account of the health of a member of my family, I hare decided
to live in California, and for this reason I will sell at auction on
Monday, October 9, 1922
all of my real estate holdings in and near Columbia, Mo., to-wit:
My farm of 275 acres lying half a mile west of city limits on West
Broadway and running ba'ck to the proposed Kansas City-St. Louis high
way; every acre of this land lies beautiful and is in high state of culti
vation; will be sold in tracts to suit.
Also the two-story and basement brick building located at the south
west corner of Eighth and Cherry streets, in Columbia, now occupied by
the Hulett Implement Company. This building is located in the center
of the city( on two wide paved streets. Will make fine garage or rent
for large income. Very liberal terms announced later.
For further information sec or write J. A. Stewart, sales manager,
Lula B. Chandler
of them all
Served at Almost Every
Fountain in Town. Ask
The easiest and best re
freshment to serve, espe
cially when in a hurry.
We deliver at once.
Just Call 360
All Boots and
both in University
It's Up To You
Marine Club will be
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