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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1922
GENTLE GIUETERS OF
OLD USED MORE SKILL
TII.4X IIOL'DIM MAGIC
PLAY COMMISSION MEETS
Importance of Getting Students
Tlie Jonrnali-m Play Commis'ion mcl
'-. 1 "-1. -I l? I e. .!.
, r . ... . . i . , iui i ui-kk:k camruay auernoon m mc
Iheda) of the ..Id time -treet fattr has' , -, r , . .. ,, ..
I in i-olnmbia. Twenl iars aj:o, ! , . . .. .
si;- Jutlje John ?. liirkneil, b cuntnli
ulin2 a dollar to the pencral welfare of
ibe tin. the pcntle grafter could get a
permit to di-pla a rarloail of cheap jew
ilrj nd p.ncracL-. on Broadwa).
"Now tin hrcn-e i -m high ami re-i-tmlK'n-
mi man lhat the lown i pro
tected apiin-t the old-time -trcil tender,
Jude Bickncll slid. ".Now all m-rcliants
de-innj: tn conduct a bu-int- within the
and plan for ihe year were dicused
and the importance of gettms all of the
tudents in the Urmexsil) who are inter-
f e-tcd in tlie writing; or producing of
pla-, intcre-lcd in thi- jear's pla was
j -Ire -d. The imriortance of -eciiring the
'rid of all of tho-c with literar) and mu
sical ahiht) wa- di-u cd.
I It j planned to hae tlir lommie
. -ion attend a mam n hear-als of the
Fires on Increase in Columbia
But Losses Are Less This Year
Clanp! Clang! Clang!
-lc, Jirnm), c'm on oer! Let's
If ('olnmlii.i t..mlI.T. revel in . i I.Ot reach J0,fXK).
In 1921 the fire lo.- in
I heen great,
go l Columbia wa-
while during the la-t nine mouth' it did
Seent p r cent of all fires are caused
pure care.'e im. a---er
Tl !..- .1 ...I . rf- -1 -
ci! limit- mut apar before the c.lv I . " ... .,'
. -i -i - -- i . r i iluUion. a- l-ihle. The Breeze liil"
wa- written b) Frank Ilou-ton and
Anil I'im'"!. Willi llli mn-ir- I.l t-'ilwnl
II. -a almut j i. ....i ,.,, r ,i ..
(Ill jlSU I ililll-IU
it." Iu-t tur.
Co'Jiuil anJ make apjiliiatinn for a li
I nnHinm, nu-. nu - aiM,ui , trmitJ.rL auti,t,r, of
tcni tar ap, (.nuikicu iiif jim
'Tlir Ninth IVaon
Ni r;'dniathin .j nu)f a! the firt
i rnrriin? nf !lir t4imirii-Mii. Man who
jJial ri 'f tlii tnhf itf "trtrt faktrs ut
h hceiw. ami 1 up hi- -!anl at llnmil
. . - I n(ti .Irii-I. !( iirr..rm.il -.
Hl JtlU 1(1411 -(ivi 111 viioiiiiiii ti lit 1
, , . , , , , ,are inlen-teil ilnl not tome to the meet-
few trick- of -Itight ot hand and at the . , . , . ,.
, t .i r ii i"S on account of the football game,
ronclu-ion of the performance announced: I . ., , , -..(-...
1 5am K. Holland, -tudent pre-ident of
-Centlermti. I am here t.Kla to olTirlhe SclooI of iuurtuh U aclinf; ai
,a bargain-in Mlerare mat ill male ;ml-iran clairnian of ,h!, cmra;IIre
,oar cc- hug out a- the) hae ii-c-v-e-r , furl!(,r ran;Mtinn can ,,. conl.
b-o-fg-d lefore. Who ..ill gue me 25 , ,,,,.,, a ,,e ,, mertinj:.
ttt f"f thi- licauliful triple plated -it
f fiher tca-iKn..'- I SMOKER AT Y" TOMOItKOW
- fc punlia-e.1. Mcn Interested in ole"e and Mando-
- Oentlenien.' he 'aid. "hold ui )our i;n Club- Are Imitcd.
fpoi.n- and come forard.' j mlrr fr a mr1 imPreMPl ,
-Jle returned the inonc to the pur-( ,le ciee and Mandolin club- of the
clia-cr-, and then announced another -alo Uniier-it of Ii--ouri ill be luld at
f bargain-. large number bought the I 8 0-c1,k-L tomorrow night in the Y. M.
fjmi.1- tl"- tunc and dnidend- were !.-- C. A. Auditorium. TalL will be nude
ila.uor of the fire bell. the hae hail a
fjid time thi- ear. For Columbia ba-!d I
ha I more fire in the nine month- of tin- Waldcn. "If people would be more care
i jcar than during all of la-t. The fire , fill while burning out flue, much dam-
department ha- an-wtTcd 106 call so far j Jge could lie aoidil. The Columbia fire
llui ear as compared with 'J7 during department oner- more ttrritury than an)
19JI. ! fire romnan) in Kan-as Ot or St. laui-.
There are more building in the cit) i '"" if I'c"Plc ,4'" ,!' ,l"'ir lurl ihe num
than there were la-t .car. and that ma) 'hrt ,,f Un M'li U nriluceil."
parth account for the incrcav. Then dur-' lj'' t,jr J Vi''' l'"1""1""1 w Os
iris the earl) month- of 1922 Columbian- ."""' lliroughout the -tatc. Hie vml
had cold, drv weathir-which i- an ideal I "f (" ') i- -et a-i.le for tin, purpo-e.
condition for fire-. 1 1,'i" ,lal- " '" ",""n mrate llf anni.er-
Acioiding to Fne Chi.f allien, poor "" "f ,,le "' r""f" f'f 'f I8:l-
roofing i the rrincinal cau-e of Odum "K ,U,K '" ftra" -ereii uiiougu-
bia fire-, bpark. from flue huruing
nit ignite old shinglo and a fire call re
sults. Poor attention to the fumace i another
reaon for fire-. Mudent- tending furn
aces for South 'idc n-ident- often burr.
to make 8 o'clock cla c- and the furnace
i not gi.en proper attention.
The bo.s can't ilu it all." -aid Cbuf
out the L'nilci! Male- and much ha- been
done in educating the icople in fire pretention.
clarcil as befire.
b Ben Sjmon-
pre-ident of the G'ee
endorf and Itolicrt
""Nun. gentlemen.' the gciitle grafter i Club. Fielding
bMaicd, 'we are distributing thi d.er- jCa-ebolt.
are fur ahefii-ing purpo-e only. J-1 The officer-of the Glee ami Mandolin
haic a few x't- lift. Tho-e who purtha-e
i!l lie urpnd at tie returns. Hold
.our -iKiii- and keep .our place- until
iIt sile is o.er and tee what liappen?.'
"There wa- a jam the next round. Ife
cuuM hanll. hand out -iioon- fa-t enough.
fier hi- -link wa- t leaned out. lit took
iIh- moiir.. tied it up in a tloth, li'Id it
up and aitnounicd:
"t.entlem-n. it would be almost im-
T Take Pictures for Cre-set.
i Group picture- of the fre-hman and
I -ophomore cla-- of Columbia High
'School for the 1923 Crett ..ill be laktn
I tomorrow morning at roll tall. The in-
!!. I n4 1 l.i.ilnitk .l nniidrf.li.kmin ft ill
ff,u -.r, .t. r i... i i - i'"'-- u,." "---"" "
" min. mil iiil iui tuir iia- mill i i .1
1 - 1 - J be tak
'Wnni III tlie lUOIIllll, II -IIOUIII LH" I
looktd after by the iimiii. There are'
three times a- man. fire on the iMuth
tide a there are north of Hroadwa.. Tin
is becau-e the people in the north part of
town look after their own furnace."
Although there ha.e been more fire
thi- )ear than Ia4. the damage ha- not I
B. F. F0RB1S. D. C. Ph. C.
Three-Year Palmer Graduate
Office 51618-20 Guitar Building
Office, 1822; lie-., 1533-bIacl:
club- drew up a plan for organization
Sundj.. Thi- will be precnttd at the,
-moker. The offner of the club and;
the facull. ad.i-or) board ha.e exiier-l
ienced difficult, in finding a -uitabV
IKT-on who i- willing to lake o.er the;
work of training the club-. '
(.all- for nturn tngagement- for the I
i-Iuli- are now being retched In thi-,
bu-iue-.- manager from orgauiation- n i
tr the tate which handled the concert-
p-K-ible lor me to return tin- mone. tol.
the pure!ia-er-. - a -trictl. bu-ine-s 5 J
projjn-itKin. what would jou ad.i-f me to j St. Joseph Club to Meet.
l nli it.'" j The St. Jo-eh Club will meet at!
""Keep il. Keep it." tho-e in tht crowd 17-30 o'tlotk Thur-tla celling in Boom
fan had not bit -huuled entha-ia-licall). i 1) of the V M. C, . Building. Plan-
"Grntltinesi. I ha.e made the- ale- j f"r ',e homecoming celebration will be
fair and -ijuarc. and I am a'l.wd lo ketv I di-eu cii.
at imi). t -lull act on mat ail. ice.
Kcnilemeii. Kt'lar wa- a great mjgician
ud lb udini wa- a grcaler magician: but i
ftitlenini, I can do trick- lhat lh- no. '
trliJcl the gall lo tl. I thank .u."
nd nteekl. fohhni In- tent like tht
Irab-. he -ilcnt). ?loh ana. anml the
cberr-. laughter anil hand-t lappina of
tar-e who win too Hnr to purclta-e
jpoon-. Or ma lie the) u-td fork- in
strad,"' laugheil the judge.
Sec I lie
new lork model Con-ide
.ml. SI30.00. Ta.lor Music
OKDKP. OF DEMOLAY
Met ling ionda). Oittditr,
23. 1922 at Acacia Hall, cor
ner of Hilt and Broadway, atj
" 7:C0. " j
F. P. Ca. M. C. '
Ray England, Scribe.
are planning to build a Home, give us an
opportunity to show you our line of high
grade lumber and building material of
We specialize in furnishing completely
materials for up-to-date bungalows, and
We have on hand large and well assorted
stocks to select from.
Estimates gladly furnished at any time.
Proctor Lumber Co.
Lumber, Hardware, Cement, Plaster, Metal and
Rubber Roofing, Coal
"Everything to Build a House"
1019 Rogers St. Phone 12
Use H. P. Flour
Enjoy Better Bread
No food is more satisfying and
wholesome than home baked bread,
especially when H. P. Flour is used in
Because it is in such great demand
all grocers sell H. P. flour or phone 9.
Boone County Milling Co.
Makers of H-P Flour.
Are You 1 3ia to
; League of Loyal Democrats !
AT ! Planters Hotel, Room 501
LOVcll St L0Uis' Mo'
! .Name j
Democrat? I j
Do you believe in the brand of Democracy as expressed in the
Democratic National platform of 1920, and as exemplified in the
lofty ideals of our former president and patriot, Woodrow Wil
son? Have you at heart the future success of the Democratic
If these are your sentiments, then sign the following pledge
and mail the coupon.
The time is short act promptly. It will be impossible to
have the petitions circulated all over the county before election
day. You will be asked for no contribution. The work and co
operation of good loyal Democrats can save the Democratic
party. The object and purpose of this organization are bi'iefly
set forth as. follows:
First: To keep alive the spirit of true Democracy as ex
pressed in the National Democratic platform and exemplified in
the lofty ideals of Woodrow Wilson the last Democratic Presi
dent of the United States, and,
Second: To encourage all true Democrats to come to the
polls on election day and vote for every loyal Democrat on the
State, District and County tickets, but as there is no true and
loyal Democratic candidate for U. S. Senator all members of this
organization are hereby pledged to exercise the constitutional
right of private judgment and to vote according to conviction.
Skill, Speed and Service
are at jour command. See our win
dow di-plajr of the latest Plumbing
and Heating Sj stems. Reasonable
REX PLUMBING &
Phone 1835 409 Broadway
LEARN TO DANCE
At Pemberton Hall
Mrs. Jameson, Instructor
Assisted by the best dancers in the University. Private
lessons only, no classes.
Phone G2G for appointment.
helps the stomach.
After a hearty meal,
try its friendly relief
and comfort to the
It is the beneficial and
satisfying sweet for old and
And the cost is very small.
WRtG LEY'S !
(ryHI WRjG LEY'S jB
V V) tfrJte CHEW.MOSWKCT IB
Try the V vtorEgZ ?Q&ZSZr
i ijr wic ii n ifTiitn'i fi I i
Adds a Zest-Helps 'Digest j
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THE average American home has more comforts and con
veniences than the palaces of Europe. Home for home, the
American household has a well-kept look, an atmosphere of
prosperity and contentment you cannot find in the homes of any
other country in the world.
In foreign lands, the modernized dwelling, as we know it, is found
only in limited numbers and then only in the larger cities.
In America, even in remote rural districts, you find pianos, vac
uum cleaners, washing machines, up-to-date heating systems,
telephones and numberless appliances that go far to make life
easier, happier and more worth while.
You may not realize it, but America's high standard of home life
is due largelv to advertising. For the development of advertising
is distinctively American. It has taken its place as a leading
force in bringing together the interests and wants of a great,
united people. And a large share of the credit for this develop
ment is due to the newspapers.
Stop and think how many of the appliances you use, the foods
you eat, the clothes you wear, and other articles entering into
your every-day life, were popularized by newspaper advertising.
Then you will realize what a vital part advertising has played
and is playing in your daily life.
You owe it to yourself to read the ad
vertisements. They mean a lot to you.
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