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ADVERTISER FA1IS TO
INTEREST THE CHINESE
IN ELECTRIC CURLERS
A jooil aJvirti-inK man ma) In: able
In fell clfclric fjns lu the Eskimos but
lie ran't sell electric luir curlers to the
women nf CImu. acnmling to Djn D.
Pa'teron. rnfe-or f achrrlVmg in the
iHi'wl of Journali'm. Profcor Patter
foil a the principal peakT at the han
quel held at the Tatrrn ,T!iurdaj
nipM hy Alpha Dfl'a Sipma. honorary
-AmonR M.me .f the Hian humorous
jriNtaVe' made !i Amtriran ailuTti-r.
hn dcCrc ti !! their po-xl in the
Student Club Discoxers Treasure.
Henry Ford, with his fecent dis
covery of a forgotten j2,000,000
bank, account, lias nothing on one
University student, the piesident of
a student club. When li. inquired
about the credit balance of the or
ganization at the bank jeierday, be
vtas shown two accounts, investiga
tion revealed that the officers of the
club in 1918 had left ovrr twenty
dollars in the treasury ana the suc
ceeding officers not Itnofing this,
had opened a new accolnt. The
dtcovery made possible the payment
of an outs'anding bill. j
MRS. MOSS CONDEMS" TARIFF
for Congress Spoke at
Orient was cne b) a large company which
trieil to crcale a demand fpr electric hiir I Candidate
curler. The prevailing nvnle of hair i Mexico Wednesday.
dre-ingangainevwon:eni.tnwear -I feei Ilke Ay, ; Wnnaerland to
il clicked straiphl hark and l.el I in place inight." said .Mrs. L. W. St. Qair-Moss
b a kind f slippery eln. pa-le that they Mj.uri woman ;, for (.
make. Wither larje jwu that oulu sle. Sile was acting as , -curtain.
lave known lxj,l.r. wanted t dispone of raiser." a she called it. for Viator lame.
A. Iteed at the official iinenine of the
it- hair nets in l tuna
at 13 cent each
Ihe 'ame article- ver- hem? made I Democratic state campaign in'a bi- tent
and -old for aU.ut 2'-.- cents. A a, .Mico. J!, Wednesday mght.
:o firm -ent several thuusand cata- -n-i . , .
. . , . ,i . ., r i "lien I was a little girl ne of my
mil. 1 in the iuni-1i language fori . . , . . . .
iir-trihjli n among Chinese merchants.'
,, l.r.i ivw.iin, dim i'1-ijuiiu 111 a I oi. am
Irl Ilrown, president -juf Ilia organiza- i . . ' r , .
i i . . it -. . t -i if . ' f a" '" be a Fart of '"" circus companv
tion. made a -horl talk j3 wlucli he out-i, . .... ., i r
,i r .u . .i tonight, -he aid. J
lined -ome of the notewortliy successes J
mailr in the advertising field by form.T ,n -0,'nning the tariff. Jvhich he
m-mbcrs f Alpha Delta Sgma. '"ld ou,l on)e -a hou-e'n.1.1 word,"
Mrs. Mess saiil that "even Santa Clau-
STUDENTS HOM) MOCK TKIAI.. had come into the domiufoi of the
, ,. TTT . , ,, , tariff," and she then cited increases made
Case of 'Theft Heard bv Profess.. u.. .k. ,,r!ff ,u i . i
..... .- ley the tantt on the price of toys and
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATUJRDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, J922
mmmm i i w im-m mi J-ii i ! 4J.I!!" w !.. ui.
FIRE PREVENTION DAY OCT. 9!
AUTO CLUB TO CAMPAIGN
FOR AMENDMENT THREE
Measure Will Provide $1,000,000
Yearly for Maintenance
The Automobile Club of Miourf has
decided on an intensive campaign lo ac
quaint voters of the stale with the ne-co-ity
of voting affirmatively on Amend-m-it
No. 3 in the November election.
Amendment No. 3 provides that the mon
ey obtained from automobile license fee
may be ued for the maintenance ol
roads, paying interest, and taking care of
the sinking fund of the $60,000,000 high
w&y bond issue.
Passage of this amendment would pro
vide $1,000,000 annually for ihe main
tenance of roads from licence fees.
In order lo make the voters familiar
with Amendment No. 3. windshield
sticker-, literature and speakers will be
Y. W. C.
A. HEARS MARY HOURK
Beautiful Life 1st Ideal
for College Women."
"The beautiful life should lie the ideal
life for college women, and not the pop.
ular, frivolous, selfi-h one." said Mary
Ilouk in her talk to University women
at the Y. V. C A. meeting Tliur-day
The analogies in her talk vvere drawn
from nature and she tald wiiat a study
of plants and flowers could bring. The
best eiample of the beautiful life, ac
cording lo .Miss Ilouk, i ihe tree, be
cause i: i- emblematic of service and
ional Law Fraternitv. 1 i n -r . t. . i - i un-elfi-hne.
iui.ui ..u . .-..-a..... (lulls. Kirn InmhJniiM lt, mim,u.l
A mock trial was held la-l night in -i ., - .i ... . - .. :. The musical part o the program wa
the omn-oT Ph. Oeha Phi. profe-ina lruc we are ;, from fe .j ll)? renderel by a govvneil choir, an innova
law fralrrnity. Ln.ell Jnlm-on a-i!rave tion m 1 . W . L. A. meetings,
liens Straiton ,cre the Memlant, in tliej" ji M()s, lhcn ta,lcj ,or ,lll( an hour!
case ana vene tuuno 2- me .-.mui. ,ie ,uh f f wom(.n am, thp;r ,aC(. ,fi
The ca- a. an action lor .lan.ages ImIllic, s)le comImne,, ,lle woman
for the um of S30 for tic then of an n wouI(, , KO , he p,,,,, , l0e
Elgin watch and a Flench brier ppe- as a slacUr and concluded by saying I
Fre.1 EMean was attorney for the lha -a peacc.tinic taci ;, ,he wors., J
planum, ami vivin juorgen-m-ver rep-, j o a tlacvc,-
resentrd lie defendant.
Itaine was ihe judse.
Dean J. P. Mi.
Sweat Haths, Massa?;inR
For Your Health
Virginia Uldg. I'hone 19J1
Office 1b.u' 8:30-12; 2 6; 7-10.
Tenth Year Here
Bldg. Phone 35
President's Proclamation Sets Date
for National Observance.
By Vmited fttu,
Wasmivctox, Sept. 30. President
Harding in a proclamation calls upon
the country lo -el aide Monday, Octo
ber 9, as fire prevention tlay and lo ob
serve it in such a manner as to impros
upon ihe people ihe "importance of pre
cautionary measures for the avoidance
''It has long been a reproach to our
country." the President said. ulhat by
reason of poor construction, inadeqaate
facilities for fire prevention and all too
general carelessness about possible
causes of conflagration, our fire waste
reaches figures year after year which are
not approached in any oilier country in
The President climated that America's
fire loss has been approximated seven bil
lion dolhirs in the last forty years in a
letter read to the national convention of
fire chiefs at their recent convention in
San Franci-co and made nuhli: at the
NOTICE TO COSTFiACTORS
Sealed proposals for the construction
of a Hospital Building will be received
by the Curators of the University of
Missouri at Columbia, Mo., until 11 a. m.
Monday, Octolwr 16, 1922.
Plans and specifications may be ob
tained by deposit of $10.00 or may be
seen at the office of Jamieson & Spear!.
Architects, St. Louis.
The right is reserved to reject any or
EDW. E. BROWN
Business Manager, Columbia, Mo.
September 20. 1922. Adv 33
Try Our 25c Plates,
Eagle Lunch Room
up over the
White Eagle Dairy.
B. F. FORBIS. D. C Ph. C
Three-Year Palmer Craduate
Office 516-18-20 Guitar Building
Office, 1822; Re., 1538-bIack
1215 E. Broadway
Is only complete when
there are pleasant sur
roundings, . proper
serving, t e mp ting
foods and privacy.
Harris' offers you all of
these accompanied by spe
cially prepared food de
signed to please you.
- -7 ae-
The New Eagle.
Up over the White Eagle
Dairy, now open. Conveni
ent to Campus. We solicit
your inspection and pat
ronage. Wendell Hathman, Prop.
, ; . i v
''Home Cooking Served in
There Are Always at
LUNCH ll- Uol
four -hundred ,
the best of food,
the greatest variety
and a bright,
a chicken dinner
and a combination
of good things for
supper that make
a fitting end of
a perfect day.
The Radiant Beauty of
that unsurpassed possession, has ,again been recog
nized in the Savitar Queen Contest. Beauty means
healthy skin, scientific care, and regular attention. Let
show you how to keep the continued bloom of youth in
your face, take away those tired lines, and eliminate
Consult us as you -would your physician.
"Where Loveliness Reigns Supreme"
Perfection u Confection.
Millard & Sisson
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9th
24 S. 9th.
Auto Radiator Repair
All work guaranteed.
In Cook Bros. Garage,
on North Seventh
Fried Chicken Dinner Tomorrow c
Sweet Baked Ham Sandwiches that melt in your mouth
and golden waffles our specially.
TIGER CAFE 4
Wall Paper, Painting,
Old Floors made new
Phone 1G91 White
C. A. JOHNSON
First Class Altering and
Tailoring that is
Whittle Bldg. 911 Bwdy
the week of
Parties a Specialty.
Special Dinners, Wednesday,
Friday, and Sunday to Reser
Lunch, Tea and Dinner Daily.
202 S. 9th.
Breakfast 7:158:45; Dinner 11:3012:45
Supper 5 :30 6 :45.
10,000 Nearly Died
They ate so much. That was when old shin
bones Nicodemus Sonorus and Marcus
Wooferus were still asking their dads for
nickels. Them was the feasts.
Fteh shipmrnt cj chocn
' lain tin rll.your jaiorite
mal.es. Drtia'oiu cream
anil nut centers.
Apologies to Arthur Urisbane, Jr.1
at Jimmie's, them IS the feasts. Remember
when you put on the supper the last time
you all got together and decided to have a
banquet? Things certainly tasted good
didn't they? Well, if you want to attend an
other banquet tomorrow there will be one in
the dining room at Jimmie's in the shape
of Sunday dinner. See you at Jimmie's tomorrow.
Jimmie's College Inn
No More Spilled Powder
No more mussing of your gown or bag
with "loose" powder, spilled from vanity
case or puffr We now have eight leading
powders in compacts. Armand's, Fiancee,
Three Flowers, Karess, Luxor, Mavis,
Coty's and Houbigant in subtle shades.
Rouge You Can't Detect
Compacts of color for every complexion.
Choice of three wonderfully life-like tints,
each imparting-a charming rosepetal vel-vetiness.
PRIESTS of PALLAS
i. FALL FESTIVAL
One week of fun, frolic &nd splendour
Lots of Music. Plenty of Dancing. Heaps of Clean Fun.
The Fashion Revue. The Gorgeous Priests of Pallas Pa
rade. The famous Priests of Pallas Ball. An elaborate
Fashion Show. The grotesque.and musing Mask Ball.
Fun for young and old. Amusingentertaining, educa
tional and instructive. A Grand Good Time. Come and
Kansas City is spending
$100,000 to have a good time.
This party is for you, your
friends, neighbors and citi
zens. We are going to play.
Come and play with us. Bring
the family. Bring your friends.
You!ve owed yourself a good
time for a long while. Here's
your big chance to have it.
This, is a revival of Kansas
City'sFall Festival, which
for 25 years provided
amusement for her
, friends " and neighbors.
This year's party has been
brought right up to the
minute. Start planning
now ?to be with us the
week of' October 2.
Reduced Rates On All Railroads
We will expect you--Come--!!
The Drug Shop
815 Broadway Phone 302