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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1922
Woman's Building Going Up Slowly Because of Lack of Materials.
Reverend Good Iteturns Home. ji. m. T!ii- i the la-t mei'tin? More
The Kct. IJ. M. Co!, ireilcnt of the the National Cumentiun anil l!ie inner;
a.-rooI of the Iwarks at HollMer, .Mo-Icf the membcrIiip dullest will ue an-
who came t Columbia t address the
r-tate Svnodic.il of the I're-b)terian
Church. left for hi- h-nie 5aturda after-
nounced. Certificate entitling memlieri1
of the Lepion ami the American Legion!
auTluar) lo a -pcciai reiiuceu rair 10 ;
Xck Orleans will lie available. ,on-'
Mr. Good al-o lud a conference with' resident memlicrs can j'Kn-urc them Iiyi
Dean F. 15. Murnford pertaining in mat
ters relating to the agricultural dhMon
of the School of the Ozarl. While here
he a the guest of the Rci. V. 0.
Shewroaker of 720 Mi ouri avenue.
luting their l'J22 member-hip certifi
cate illl them.
Ko L. IticfurJ-. Adjutant. Adv.
AMERICAN LEGION NOTICE
Regular meeting of the Herbert Wil
liams po-t of the American Legion ill
I held Mondaj. October 9th. at the
Legion hall. Eighth and Broadua), 7:30
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
ELASS COM. CO.
The fxttnt to uhirh the railroad strike has ajjected icctk on the tarious buildings being erected by the Uniiersity is seen in the pUture cj the I! omans
Building. The tuo jazzed openings in the ualls are jor dooruays that should hcie been completed tilths ago but or lack of rut stone trimmings.
The rut stone jor door and uir.doic facings comes jrora B'djord. Ind. Oicing to the railroad strike, it hat been dijjicult to get cars for tram lining the stone
from auarrv to luttint: factory, as uell as to Columbia. Abundance ct rough-sur laced stone can be had from the Felloic Quarry on College aierzue, about three
miles jrom the campus, but without the stone trimmings, uork has been greatly hampered. The granite 'less ior this building uere shipped jromcKansas Cil
six ueeks ago but hate not yet reached Columbia.
. IS NECESSARY
School Would Lessen
Charity, Say- Mrs.
ihate gone no further than the second ami (joint, club feet and various other defor- 'number of the girh xere r.roRoui'ed
, third grade, and vho are but 18 vear-old mitie-. Practially eery form of child phisically ound and on! a im fe
'or undr. have their parent con-ent to idja" ha hem found at mc time or 'v.ef found vho could not tak- up the
,marr). The bo may not be earning more other and treatment giien for it. I regular gymnasium uork.
, than $7 or $3 a wtrl. and on this the I aij ca 0f comj(.,-ou dia, uhich !
'eipect to lire, but oon cbariiv i' needed. the ;.,;- rur. di-cover are turned Student of '14 Is Professor.
ine gin na notiearneu io pro.ioe iw m(.r to ,h(. ci,j heai,h ()fficialf Dr. Cuy i -,,, Emet Afe(I a MU,Jfnt ()f ,,,
jnerveii propem meaow. no now 0)p( ,h quarantin,s ,hem. The nuw Odlege of Agriculture in l'J14. i rro-
. ft ll' IIUUXCW'
rl. She doen't know 1kw Noes ,ho quarantine them. The nuw ' College of
orl. to cook, or to -w and !.,f. ,, ,(,, quarantine is kept, and co- ife.-or" of (
WELFARE WORK REDUCED
Orpanizations Che Clothing,
Fuel, Food and Shelter
? to Worthy Poor
tl.-re i no aenue open for her to earn jcperate ith the health oEcer in seeing
a llwn?- (that the home i properly fumigated and
Columbia is caring for it- unfortunate- .cleaned up aftcTvtard-.
in a creditable manner. Its charit) work Ti , ri.it . t i - I
, ... i j ! I h number of deaths from tuberculosis
i- along a constructive ba-ij, the tendency ' i . i . i - ., .. . .
. . ,. . . , , Iia decreased -ince the Charitv Organi-'
being to eliminate the cau. and make I , , . . T -
, , . ration has been endmg out the n-iting
le-s charity. 1 r - i t t
c - . t r 'nure. Drinking water has been ineu-
ror many year-, Columbia cared lor i , ... i i . i -j
.,..,.. ,, (gated in many place, and typhoid pre-
more than a hutdrul famine annualh. . , i ,i i. .t . . j
Tlittu llHVUp.l lil iC-l- llldUC
agricultural economics in tlie
I niier-ity of Tenne ee at Knoxville
He is a member of Sigma Pri Ep-ilon,
cacia and Alpha Zeta.
but, within the Ia;t few year' the num
ber has been reduced until few more than
fifty are on the Ii-I at the present tim'.
Tlie Charity Organization Socitty
One of the greate-t reeds in con-true-1 . ,if ... ,.. ,,Vlf, ,. , .
.... t fit .1 1 i
live worn in -'umo,a ., me compu.-or, lhrouJ:h , subripti,m
attendance of children at school. aid
Mrs. Jesw tt reneh in sieakinff of wel
fare work in Columbia. Thi would ; -,
ItCSLTIl COMMITTU: IMPfiBTtM.
All jntercting pha'e of welfare work
i it that Hnn ttnrfor t li a liralt.n .( (.
osercome th' idle and predatory habits IB , i ... "... -n . .... . ..
ment crippled children are eared for.
Many of thTxi haie been sent to M. Louis
for medical treatment. However thi
work is now handled through the free
clinic d'partment of the Boone County
childho-! and make charity unnecessary
whTi thy are older."
A stricter truancy law i. nece ary.
ivrffare workers agree. Children, out of
chool, get into mischief, and are allowed J
to grow up .with habits, dangerous to Ho-pital.
ihemsehes and th ujmmunity in which
they lhe. In fact, nearly all ca"-s of
charity are amorg that cla-- of people
feho hate had a third grade education.
Mot of the welfare work of Columbia
is carried on among the white people, as
comparatively few negroes ak for aid.
'This it partly due to the fact that negroes
arc better fitted for getting along on a
little as possible, and that they are more
used to hifl fir them-ehes under ad
verse condition. .
CALStS TOR NEED tlT UIAUTV.
Ignorance is the greatest cause for the
need for welfare work according to LT. tZ.
Majors, bead of the Columbia Charity Or
ganization. He speaks of education in the
broader sen'e of the word, including'
nut only that of th' public school, but
of the home and of the community. I
Mr. Majors places early marriage ec-
ond in the li-t of caus of the need for
charity. Too many boys and girls, who
Little Umlle .Mcuaine, who wa- sent
to St. Louis for treatmnt, through the
courtesy of Stephens College girls la-t
year, is back in Columbia, now, and is
abl- to walk with the aid of crutches.
OthfT ca-e have been brought to the
attention of the association, and many
children hae been treated for tubercular
ine i-iting nur-e acts u a ioilow-up
after all clinic examination and looks af
ter the welfare of the sick patients see
ing that they have the kind of food and
shelter which they need.
In addition to this work, the different
welfare organization of Columbia do
comm-ndable relif work throughout the
year in furni-hing food, clothing, fuel, !
and shelter for the worthv poor of the!
community. Jt is a great comfort on a t
cold night in the winter, to go to lied
knowing that there is no one in Columbia (
who is freezing or starving," said an offi
cer of the Charity A ociation.
Physical Examination Held.
Mis Crace Mitchell, head of the phy-1
-ical education department of Christian
College conducted physical examinations!
of the entire student bodv throughout
last week. She was a--ited by Dr. W
18. Shaefer and Dr. C. M. Sneed. The
examination ron-ited of weighing,
breathing tests and heart test-. A large i
1 -e'3iS jl
Skill, Speed and Service
are at your command. See our win
dow display of the latest Plumbing
and Heating Systems. Reasonable
REX PLUMBING &
Phone 1833 409 Broadway
Trees 1 Shrubs
The Bulb Planting Season is Here
That glorious tulip bed you have been promising yourself for years plant
it now for spring blooming.
Now is The Time to Plant Shrubs
We will be glad to assist you in the proper arranging and planting of your
shrubs. Wc emphasize SERVICE and Quality in our landscape garden
ing. BERNARD "The Florist"
Phone us any time.
NO. 12 N. Ninth St.
One dozen for
It is the Latest and
Best Ice Cream
It is a Chocolate
with an Ice Cream
Where baking is done sci
entifically where ingredi
ents stand or fall under
exacting tests, you find
Calumet Baking Powder
used more often than any
the choice of over hun
dreds of brands the perfect
leavener pure uniform.
Keep this in mind when you
buy baking powder, because it
is of vital importance to suc
The purchase price of baking
powder does net determine its
economical merits results tell
That's why the sale of
Calumet is 2K tines a3
much as that of any other
A pound ccn cfCalamet con
tains full 1G ounces. Soms
baking jovdcrs come in 12
otaics instead of 16 ounce
cans. Be sure you get a pound
when you zoant it.
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Our coal weighed on city
Let me supply your needs
for the winter. Prices,
delivery and quality, sat
isfactory. J. M. Reed Coal Companv
1021 Ash Phone 409
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from our rich reserve of
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with our system of manu
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Newand attractive ways
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freshly mixed in 30 seconds
sharpens the appetite and gives
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Meats always taste better with
For new and interesting supzesa'cis
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At all good grocery and drug stores
Efficiency in Gas
THE man who fills Ins tank at a Service Station,
or feeds his tractor from a tank wagon, may not
realize it bat sheer eSciency on the part of the
Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is to a large degree
the reason why the gasoline is there when he wants it.
Oil News says: "During the winter 1921-1922 the
majority of the refineries in the Mid-Continent field
were idle. This was due largely to the fact that they
could not refine and sell tt a profit. They were in a
way inefficient. Many could not operate. Others
that might have operated could not get the crude.
The large plants could and did finance themselves and
sold some of their output as they made it at a profit."
Keen efficiency in small, as well as in big things,
has enabled the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) to
refine and ell petroleum products at a fair profit,
under the most competitive of business conditions.
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has 1G00 com
petitors in the Middle West.
Standard Oil Company (Indiana) efficiency runs through
c ery operation. It governs the appointment of ex
ecutives. It selects oil men of long training and ex
perience who know when and what type of crude to
buy. It directs the style of machinery, the kind of
stills to be used. It determines the various products
to be refined from the crude so that there may be no
waste of oil, effort, time or overhead.
This efficiency, and the confidence which the public
places in it, en&bles the Standard Oil Company
(Indiana) to maintain its position as the leader in the
industry. It enables the management to plan for the
future with confidence, and to keep its refineries going
during periods of low consumption that it may be in
position to meet adequately the unusual demands
during periods of greater consumption.
It is this efficiency which has 1 potted the country
with bulk and service stations and caused more than
6600 motor tank wagons to traverse the streets and
highways supplying the people everywhere with first
quality petroleum products at prices which are fair.
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) submits that
such efficient management is the essential basis of the
valuable service it renders.
Standard Oil Company
910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago
Protect your home by usinji
Asphalt Shingles. Let Morris
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weather comes. Best of work
by skilled men. We guarantee
Ill N. 9lh Phone 2152
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