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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922
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Vtlren In Farmer High
tti-m peppers l- 20
Twnale'-. Hi 10
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lisltsr, lb JO
Hem. ib. .......... .17
Jtwucr, lb. .08
5fris cfccken, lb. . .16
Crr Leans lb. .... .1
Gre t&mat', ijoz. .73
Mutard arer-us lb.
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Sl-aff. tluz. -"5
MiHl. ci 1.73
Ortm, Bi.x .35
Kast Sr. Loiti Ijve Stock Maisket
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F.m- . Lius 111. Oct. 23 Cattle
mripN I0X); mailet steady.
Native beef Keen ........ 7.30 to 10.30
Yearling tf-'t and heifer 3.50 to 8 JO
l"j,, 4.23to 5.73
Flwlter ami feeder -1J0 to 6J0
CKe lOJOto 11.00..
Caon-rs am! rntlers 20to3ij
Ib.g reerifis 13XX); nurlet 5 to
Ji-vie, 9 00 to 9.fV)
Mediaim 9.25 tu 9.70
LifrlH 9i5to 9.65
litttit hshf 915M 9X0
Packing -o 7.75 to 8 JO
1'V 8.75to 9J0
IWfc 940t 9.60
Sht-rp receipt 3XlQ; market Heady.
yMn 3J0to 600
Vjibjm awl cutters JO to 2J0
ttc.l Iamb ...'. 1 H00
St. Lous Ci-osvc Cka Flilces.
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Dee. Wfct Sl.ll'.iA
May ISVat I.IOMJ
fjob Wbea: 1A2A
IVc Corn . .fWjA'p
Mi C 67'iU'Mrs. ( t. Troxell has oliered a prize
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u!y Ga -67MAof the ame amount to the winner of
Dee, Oat -55 N
Maj Oats 13 It
ST. LUUI ClO-INC CvslI CHAIN nuc.Es
lh VmleJ tint.
Cwn No. 2 white, 7J cents; No. 3
lWrte. 7.VS cent.
Out No. 2 white, 43'i- cent; No. 3
-vvrjile SJ'i to 13 cents; No. 4 while, 43'4
Ut -1 1 cent.
Wfceat Iredl No. 2 $ZZ to $1.25;
'No. 3 SI.19 to 51.22; No. 4, $1.14 to
$!.I7; No. 3 $1.12.
Wheat illardl No. 2 $1.13 to $1.23;
No. X $1.15.
DERATE BOARD NEEDS FUNDS
.May Have to Cancel Dates Presi
dent Jones to Speak at Rally.
President J. C Jones of tbe I'niver
v of Missouri will appear on the pr
jsrarfi at the Debate Rally lo I- held at
the I inwsiiy Auditorium November 2.
II i, lending all his strength lo the
sttpiiort of this event, the proceed of
wjiif.1' will lie us-d to finance debitins
aivili- in the I'niverity.
Irsident Jone wi'l include in hi
Iwdget lo Ite presented lo the Slate
l.eijlur thi jear. a reiiue't for
Hds S"r iMsaling. I. ntil the Legislature
!, tlie debating Mjuzd must promote i j
fcther anilities to secure fund.
Uiile tlie delute rjlly. in whiMi
,iiiln Priiell, iti her for the St. I'""'
1 frowns las --.i-.,n. is lo lie the clutf
attraction, i a financial success the
itel alirady scheduletl with Kansas
Oklahoma. California and Washington
Utiiversiti will not be held.
Knoueh cm1 material can be founil
oh tb caniu to insure haiinc tbe ri
IraiH. aoonliiig to M. I!. Krievaldu
tteliatiiic Ksacli, but the fund are lack
ins. lor thi rea'on the invitalion of
tbe I nivrsities of Texas, Colorado ard
lnd.aoa lor dale and the offer of Baylor
dllcge, Waco, Tex. to meit Missouri
lieie were refused when the Debate
Hoard nut Thursday afternoon.
fujcrl VENUS out-ritaU
all for Jwrfect irtncil ork.
17 black degrees 3 copying.
pWStj1 lrtlwllcill M
i'm. u. girls preparing
i for inter-class hockey
Baseball Season Closed Erer-vie.
torious Sophmores Are
The rxecvMc LoarJ of the U. A. A
at a mTtinr Thursday evening, ap-
j pointed cla managers for hoclef a
I folio i: Frrshnun. Mai-e Mills; sopho-
.07 j mof, Zilpha Leis; junior, Lorance
.155 ' McKiddjr; nior, Dorothy Dunham. Ap
.1 iproiimatrlr 150 girU of the Uniterity
.75 4 'hate enrolled in the hockey clae.
.75 tllocLey practice began Saturday morn-
U'ijing ith the freshman and phrerr$.
j Intrr-cla games villi Le plajed tbe
latter part f November.
TIk: lit of six inter-class
games ai plajed Saturday
the junior against the 'enior team, '"e'U0lm
vore va junior team, lo; senior team,
H. The sophmore team on the cham
pionship vtith an ever-vwtoriou record,
xhile the junior cam out econd.
.Miss Lorene Roberts Selected as
Rest Woman Rider Three
Other Prizes Git en.
Winner in the tijing content held at
(the Hallsil!e O.mmunity fair lat Sat-
urdav have Jeen announceil. lhere
were three entrie in competition to
choo-e tlie bet Wfman rider, which was
won bv .Mi' Lorene Robert. Mis
Helen Jones was awarded fir-t prize for
tlie liest ponv. In the plug race, in
which there were eight entrie, David
Daughert) carried off fir-t honor. Clark
.eina!er was adjudged p e-or of the
bet pair of aged mulr- in the commun-
PRIZES FOR REST POSTERS
Contest Arranged in War .Memorial ',
A prize of $5 has l-en offered bv Dr.
C M. Sneed for the lie't war memorial
madt b) a lniver-it) student.
' contest rt Mepnecs College,
Irs. W. W. Payne to the winner at
Christian College. The posters are to
erouse interest in a memorial to the
Boone Countj boys who died in the
Tlie po-teis are to aron-e interest io a
nrmorial to the R.ne Gunt boys who
died in the World War. They should be
submitted to the art departments of the
various schools by November 1 or 3s soon
a possible after that time.
W. I. Oliver, superintendent of city
schools, announced that po-ters would be
made in the schools here. The county
schoIs have been working on them for
more than a week. .
The War Mothers tiave no fund and
con-equcntly Have not planned prizes tor
the grade schools but hope for donation
to aid in this work.
.MARVIN WII.KERSON HURT
Receives Injuries When Car Driven
by I-awrence Rabb Skids.
Marvin Wilkcrson, a student in the
Srbool of Journalism, was injured Sat
urdav night when a car driven by
Lawrence liabb, aU a student in journ
alism, skidJed at the turn in Providence
road, aboLt four miles south of Colum-
( Tle front d.x.r of the car wa not sc-
jcurr.y fattened, and when the car
I .kidded Wilkeron was thrown through
it. Me sustained slight brui-es on the
head and his knee, which h&d been in
jured Iy a gunshot wound received dur-
Irive in trance, was
Trenched so that it was necessary fr
hirno remain in bed yesterday and to
day. According to Dr. Duiucy t. Coi-
ley. who is attending him. hf will prol
ably lie up tomorrow. Babb wa not in
jured. Nev shiDtnent of earrines
direct from Fifth AvenuerNew,
York, have just bin received.,
They arc all in PlvrVinum
TONIGHT and TUESDAY
"The Dust Flower"
Basil King's penetrating study of a high society
romance. They married in haste, and learned
to love at lesure.
Pathe Ne Aesop's Fables
wTopics of the Day
Alice Lake in "Kisses"
Something Everyone Likes! T
AT THE HOSPITALS
.Margaret Maupin as admitted today.
Mrs. A. J. Wageman vas discharged
Thoe admitted Saturday were Har
old SIcMnrty. May Louie Maupia. John
Landis, Reginald Underhill, Cordon
Frith, James .Martin and Carl Elliot.
Tho'e discharged v. ere William lia-
dell. Harry Linch, .May Louise Evans
and John Landi.
Thee admitted Sunday were, Lois
Chamberlain, Harvard McCandle, Wes
ley McAfee, Louise H. Braty, Fern
HrooLs, Ruth Packard. Heyviard Fore
man. Charles Vance and Mary Geraldine
Thoe discharged were Earl
Cohn. H. Harold McMurty, George
Huggins, James Martin and Cordon
Local Delegates Return 230
tended From Eight States.
II. O. Severance, librarian of the Uni
versity, and Mi- Anna Lee tfeeples have
returned from St. Jo-eph." where they
went as Columbia representatives to the
Mi'-ouri Valley Library Conference held
la-t week. Kansas Miouri and Neb
raska, the three states directing the
meeting, and five other states sent del
egate. A total of 250 delegates were
Milton J. Ferguson, Sacramento, Cat,
and Ceorge B. Utley, librarian of the
Newberry Library, Chicago, and presi
dent of the American Library A'-ocia-tion.
were among thrtspeakers.
The Mis-ouri State: Library Aocia.
tion at the la't feion of the confer
ence indor-ed tbe propo.-! being con-
idcred b the State Constitutional Con
venlion committee at Jefferson City to
provide a separate library tax for the
eupport of public libraries in addition
to taxe levied by cities or counties.
Know tfcat Growing
Plenty of Pure
Whoje Milk and
Contain the Best of
Both. Just 25c a
quart; this includes
AUTHOR WILL SPEAK HERE
Dr. J. H. Snowden to Give Lectures 'Missouri Has 32 Approved Institn
During Ministers' Week. tions 16 in St. Louis.
Dr. James H. Snowden, profesor
jtematic theology at the Western The -
oloeical Seminary. Pittsburgh, Pa will
come to Coloctbia December 6 to be one
of the chief speakers of Ministers Week,
which is to be held under the auspices
of the Bible College and the University,
according to Dean Walter C Gibbs of
the Bible College.
Doctor Snowden will give lectures dur
ing the week on the following topics:
"Christian Faith in the Light of Modern
Knowledge," "Virions and Victories."
and "Christian View of Evolution." His
fir't lecture will be given on Wednesday
right, December 6, to a general gather
ing ot students and will open a view.
of the ministry as an appeal to young.
Doctor Snowden is one of the fore
most theologians of the present day, ac
cording to Dean Gibbs. He has been
editor of several Presbvterian publica
tions and is the author of 17 books.
.vlemaJe like new; featherbeds made
We also make new mattresses.
COLUMBIA MATTRESS FACTORY I
Casing and Tube
Before You Retire for the Winter
Miller Regular Cords
A regular size cord with the Wedge Tread
at a lower price than the geared-
to-the-road oversized cord,
yet with Miller
30x372 at $12.50
Other sizes in proportion.
Cox Bros. Service Station
Willard Batteries and Service
Battery Recharging Rental Batteries
toWfififSf rf? wrftfr
and Merely Ice
Frozen Gold may he called
Ice Cream if a plus sign
is added, for through the
modern sanitary process
of the White Eagle Dairy,
"Frozen Gold" is made to
represent more than just
plain every-day Ice
Fall and Winter
A plate of Frozen Gold a
day keeps the doctors
away. -The White Eagle's
refrigerators keep Froz
en Gold in just the right
condition for the time-of
the year when the leaves
are changing color.
Always Open to Visitors
Just Call 360
ofi Parker Memorial Ilo-pital of Colum
'bia is on the list of approved inyitu
tions, according to tbe fourth annual re
port of the American College of Sur
For the last year, Missouri has had
thirtv-two hospitals on the approved list,
The most marked advance for the state
was in St. Louis where sixteen ho
pitals were approved.
Kansas Gt) was second with ten ap
proved. Springfield. Cape Girardeau.
Marvville, Joplin and Jefferson Cty bad
one each. Trie report is based on
urvey including personal visits to hos
pitals with a capacity of fifty or more
"Louisiana" Lou Just
A Delicious Candy Bar
Starter and Generator
ON '""-1 ' i i mi ! 1
A coat you will be proud to own.
Wing Sleeves, Fancy Back, Abso
lutely all Wool in the newest
Vt Hold No
to the Home
AMES J. STARROW, fuel administrator of
Massachusetts, says, Don t burn a pound of coal
in October. Cook and heat water for your house
hold with a kerosene
It will perhaps keep you out of the coal line next
winter. Cooking by kerosene is cheaper than coaL
Kerosene can be bought anywhere."
"Kerosene can be bought anywhere"
This statement is particularly true throughout the Middle
Western stites served by the (Standard Oil Company
(Indiana), whose distribution service is 100 complete.
Kerosene is delivered to the home, whether on a
distant farm, in a small town, or in a big city.
Imagination and foresight were required to anticipate
the demand for petroleum products which exists today.
Permanency in organization, efficient management and
close attention to the minutest detail has resulted in
establishing within this Company a spirit of service
which is expressed in the far-flung system of distribution
and delivery which makes every user of petroleum
products in the 10 Middle Western States feel certain
that his needs will be instantly supplied.
The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) distributing
system represents an investment of over $45,000,000.
It includes 25 main stations where complete stocks of
products are kept on hand, 3973 bulk stations, 1605
service stations and 7167 tank wagons. It has grown
to meet the needs of the present and to anticipate the
needs of the future. It is highly flexible and capable at
all times of meeting emergencies, such as a coal short
age, in any section of the territory served. This
service is available at every home.
To meet the needs of the public it serves is the (deal
which the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has before .
it at all times. It is alert to foresee a possible need for
its products, and when the demand comes it is pre
pared to supply it; for example, the possible coal
shortage has resulted in an unusual demand for a burn
ing oil for use in home-heating plants, and the Com
pany was ready with Stanolind Furnace Oil, which h
had developed for this particular service.
Stanolind Furnace Oil is equal to kerosene in heating
value and sells at a lower price. This is another bene
fit accruing to the public at large, through an efficiently
managed big business.
Standard Oil Company
910 S. Michigan- Ave., Chicago
2973 . J
I1,. ' . YES, SIR;
CRoriC& You 'get service and satisfac
Ornburn IIonat -
II i III Successors to
Morris' Machine Shop tfA
We Do Welding on all g
II I III Broken Auto Frames, BK
Plows, Cylinders;' Etc. - r J
9th & Ash Phone 1223 IlffSTSffl
P W TIGER
M 1 SHOP
Public Stenographer, f mto onuK II
Copy Work Dietitian VA
Busines3 letter, lectures, depositions, W T A
1 1 theses, etc books opened, posted and HH
I examined r,m ' '
Baldwin & Edwards dwi
300 Cuitir BIdg. Phone 1762 AWi
Altcojs the Right Price. II
stove. It will save you money.
Unmask at 11 P. M.
An Evening of Fum
Proceeds for Play