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title: 'The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, November 07, 1922, Last Edition, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922
East St. Louis LrtE Stock Market
East St. Lens HI, ov. 7. Cattle
receipt' c.000; market Heady.
Natirc betf -tr 8.25.0 9.75
Yearling steer and heifer 5.59 to 903
Co '35010 4.50
S'neLrr- -;nd ffeiler- 4 70 to 6Z0
Canner-ami cutlers 2.33to 3.00
IlaC nn-ijiU 16,000; rcailct 5 to 10
cents lapitr. .
H,.;,v,Vs 800 m 8.50
vlii.ni. 8.25i S.60
Light &20to 8.60
Uglit Iicht (8.15 to HH)
Pacling - 6.75 to 7.V
p;g ...;.' 8J25to 9.00
BuTfc 7.50to 8.40
Skrep receipt- 1.500; market strong,
25 cents higher.
Ee 4.00to 650
Gainer- and cutters 50 to 250
Wool lambs 1350
Coixmdia Market Report
Trices to Farmers: High Low
Crern pT. ifoz.. . .20 .15
TftBWtw-. I! Ul .08
Eff. dot .45 .45
Hens lb 17 .17
l.'oortfr'. !1j .03 .07
Spring clti kens. Hi.. .16 .15
llutler, Hi .30 .30.
Green torcatoe", duz. .75 .75
tadi-hrs cloz. .75 .75
Spinach, lb 15 .15
Lettuct. cloz. .75 .75
MutUnl ireen-, lb. .07 .06
Berts, lb .60 .CO
Carrots U y M .04
Iream. lb. .35 J5
Milk, cut L75 1.75 1
1 i JUNIORS WIN IN BASEBALL
Victorious in Columbia High School
Tie Juuwr els'- of Ciiliirobia His'i
S.-1..-.I lu? lxn tleilared winner uf l!ie
interckM laM-ball contest-. Mi Eileen
1-ancauer, ilircctor of pirl- athletics in
Olumbia Iligli School, annoarce.l to-
la). Tke ria-ebail caon c'oed jester
day, and basketball caoa begins to
day. A course i'l adtanced gy3matir,
which w folk dancing and esthetic dinc
ing. i b-ins offered this jear -'-"' ,ne
fir-t time. It i- limited onI to those
hho liae had gjmna-ium hefore. The
new pcinl s'teai, which is baed on all
round alMetic includes points giten in
daacinp. Heretofore, the point sj-tem
has alloueJ points only in basketba'L
but under the new sjttem, points can b?
made in baseball, basketball, hikes, danc
in, swimming and efficiency tests.
These actitities are to be done outside
tf school hours. Miss Lancaster said.
The Girls" Athletic Association is a
new organization which fosters interest
Sn athletics. This organization meets ev
er two weeks and programs are given
liv the different classes. Later mem
bership will be limited to those who
have made their points.
Under the new point sjstcn, smsll
Ictlrrs i. ill be awarded for each sport.
At the close of the ear, a final emblem
tkill be awarded to the best all-round ath
letes. All hikes are sapeni-ed by teach
ers. They are taken on Saturdajs.
the elticiency tests include broad
jumping, basketball, far throw, high
jumping, dashes, and work on apparatus.
Athletics, this year, emphasizes sports
fcr the trasses of girls rather than for
one particular team, and lajs stress
upon the all-round athlete.
TR1ZE STEER TO STOCK SHOW
2-Year-OId Crossbred Entered in
International at Chicago.
The aiimal husbandry department of
the University will enter its steer. Dere
liction, at the International Lite Stock
Show at Chicago in December. From the
past records of this steer, it is reasonable
to belietc that he will be placed among
those that carry ana) ribbons at the
Dereliction is now 2 jears old, and
weighs 1400 pounds. He is what is
knonn as a crossbred. His sire is a
purebred Shorthorn, and his dam a cross
Letween a Shorthorn bull and an Aber
deen Angus cow.
Last j ear Dereliction won second prize
at the Missouri State Fair at Sedalia,
and fourth prizi at the Chicago show.
This jear he won firs: prize, and was
cliampion cros-bred steer at the Missou
ri State Fair.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Will the party who found child's
fumed oak ncker last week on South
Glh St. please call 1575 or return to
417 South 6ih. Ileward. M60-62
1 OST Hound pup, white -with brown
spots, l'hone Mamie Woods 417. 61-63
Reduce the High Cost of Living
"She Majestic Hotel
llth and Tine Street!
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Evr7 Room with Private Dt!i
and Free Electric Fan
Single ttora. $2.00 Par Da7
Double - S3.00 Per Dc?
"COKrCRT WITHOUT rXTRAVACANCX"
Date Geluer, Tr:dit aad Manner
C C. Swinncy. - Asit Manager
mjJnt ' v'FirTTT
MRS. MOSS AND NELSON
SI'EAK AT "LQVE FEAST'
Candidate Attacks I'rccnt System
of Taxation and the Ne Tariff
Three hundred Democrats sat down to
a'love fca't" in the Circuit Court room
last night. It wa the last meeting cf
the 1022 campaign and the largest one
held this fall. About half of the and-
ienee has women.
Mrs. L. W. St. Clair-Mos, Demo
cratic nominee for Congress from the
Eighth dfelriit, called attention to the
present Motrin "f tanatioiv characteriz
ing it as unjust to tile masses, the
fla)ed the ship subid) bill and termed
it special legislation for the shipping
trust. The FordneyMcCumber tariff
bill came in for its share of opposition,
uhen Mrs. Mus said that the infant
industries of America had grown up and
that ' could now cross the seas and
compete with an) market in the world.
"JThe great manufacturing interest"
have become tru4ls and monoK)Hes,"' she
continued, "and the) can ship their
gnod across the eas and undersell deal
ers mer there. We arc exjiorting three
aid a half times as much as we are im
porting." Mrs. Moss then called attention to
scleral American-made articles which
could be bought cheaper in foreign coun
tries than here. She maintained that
the American farmers are not getting the
benefit of the present tariff schedule
and said that the farmers needed Ijrge
loans at low rales 'f interest, luwer
tran-iwrtation rate-, anil a lower tariff
Mrs. Mos, mede a plea for harmon)
between the Heed and Wil-on Demo
W. L. Nelson, former member of Con
gress from the Eighth District, referred
to the Harding administration as a "mer-
i)-go-rourd moiement" which was get
ting noul.cre. With mock seriousness
the sie.iker told how things Iiad gone
up and then told ho Senatorial seats
had al-s gone up in price, referring to
the N'ewlierry case.
Ncl-on pleaded for a united part), de
claring that neither ieeisline-s nor dis
appointment would cau-e him to -cratch
liis party ticket. When the speaker
meitioned the name of Former Presi
dent Wilson about half the audienc
cheered loudly but at the mention of
Ke.sJ they remained silent. A great
numLer of the women did not respond to
the name of lhe present Senator.
'CLIMAX" HAS ABLE PLAYERS
Actors Come From Recent Broad
The four characters in the cast of
"The Climax," a three-act comedy b)
Edward J. Locke, to be gien at 8:15
o'clock tonight in the Unhersity Audi
tcnum. are all actors from recent Broad
wa) successes. Mercedes Demore i
a )oung English actress who began her
stag" career4 in England with Sir Beer
bolim Tree and El'cn Terry. Since com
ing to America she has pla)ed oppo-
sjte Lou Tellegea and Join and Lionel
I!a.i)more. Miss Desmore studied for
the operatic stage and her role tonight
iies her an opportunity to use her voice
Maurice Drew, who pla)s the father.
Lc::i Colfanti, a music master, was until
recently with the "Cappy flicks" com
pan); Albert Lowry. who is Pietro, his
son, comes direct from Joseph Schild
kraut's "Liliom"; and Franklin Ramsey,
the Icier, played last season on Broad
way in "Dulc)."
These potatoes are
well matured, smooth
and medium sized and
are just what you
want for your winter
storage. Buy at once
as we have only one
car to offer at this
9th & Walnut St
I Bread and Butter
1 1 HI Choice of five other meats in place of chicken,
30c to 45c per plate.
Corner Tenth and Broadway.
These potatoes are HOSIERY
WTOAl Tnoft1t1 e-t-wv niili 111 I III I III
YEAR BOOK STAFF ELECTED
Editors of Stephensophial Chosen at
The staff of the 1923 Stephensophia,
year book of Stephens College, was elect
cd at a. mass meeting of the students
The newly elected members are: Ed
itor, Miss Bernice Turner; assistant ed
itor, .Miss Mar Mclr.lyre; business man
ager. Miss Minnie Means; assistant
business manager. Miss Grace Craig; as
sociate editors. Misses Doroth) Ham-
icond, Ida Belle Seitz, and Vaughn Dav
i; art editor. Miss Crrtcl.cn Fischer;
assistant art editor, .Mi-s Ida Blanche
McCarroll; snapshot editor. Miss Madge
Threldkelf; assistant snapshot editor,
Miss Sarah Crimes; humor editor. Miss
Justine Moore; assistant humor editor,
Miss Dorothy Knappenburger; librarian,
Miss Pauline Stoner.
OHIOANS BET ON WET ISSUE
Expect Adoption of Beer and Wine
By United Veil.
Coll'mbi :, Ohio, Not. 7. Many
Ohioans arc offering to bet 175 to $100
that the prupo-cd beer and light' wines
amendment to the state constitution
will rarr) by a comfortable majority.
Of cour-e the bets except in rare
cases, are not being cohered, because
he projiosal's opponents, those who
otherwise would hare the courage to
back their opinions with money, are not
belting ier-ons. The are large!) mem-
iiers of the Anti-Saloon League, which
eonstitutes about the on!) organized ef
fort to beat the beer and wine amend
ment. ONE NEW DIPHTHERIA CASE
Sturgeon Girl Is" Latest Victim
One Typhoid Patient Here.
Elsie Sims of Sturgeon is the only
new case of diptheria which has been
reported to Dr. W. A. Norris, deput)
-tale health commissioner for Boone
According to Doctor Norris, there are
no eases of scarlet feer, influenza or
smallpox in the count). There is only one
case of t)phoid feer, which is at the
home of Mrs. James McCowan, 1703
Hinkson aenue, and which was brought
to Columbia from near Hinton.
Mid-Weefc Services to Be Held.
A mid-week sen ice will be held at the
Christian Church at 7:30 o'clock tomor
row eiening. This pra)er meeting is ii
behalf of the new church building enter
prise. A program has been arranged
to include the following speakers: Miss
Mary D)sart. .Mrs. H. H. Banks, Presi
dent E. D. Lee of Christian College and
Dr. Stephen Smith.
David Baker Asks Divorce.
Dai id Baker today filed suit for di
vorce from Willie Baler upon the
grounds of general indignities.
Plate Lunch 1 .
CHICKEN DINNER I
Fried Chicken, Southern Style
Two vegetables choice of drinks
Thread Silk, Glove Silk, Silk
and Wool, Wool, Heather Mix
Plain and clocked effects,
many novelty styles.
Women's, Men's and Misses'
60c to $4.50
STOCK SHIPPERS TO .MEET
Sheay Will Speak to .Men in Joint
Short Course at Kansas City.
A joint short course for managers, of
ficials and members of co-operative live
stock shippers associations of Kansas.
Missouri and Nebraska, will be held at
the Kansas City stock yards tomorrow
land Thursday under The direction of the
agricultural extension sen ices of the
Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska agricul
tural colleges and the United States Bu
reau of Agricultural Economics.
John Shea), matketing specialist of
the College of Agriculture here, will
attend the meeting and will sjieak on
"Purpose and Scope of Association Ac
The purpose of the course is to make
liie-stock shipping associations more ef
Similar courses will be held in St.
Louis for Illinois and Missouri associa
tions following the "meeting at Kansas
STATE- ASKED TO BUY INN
Society Wants Arrow Rock Tavern
to Become Museum.
The state has been asked to Lu) the
old Arrow Itock Taiem located at the
little town of Arrow Rock, in Saline
County, about forty miles from Colum
bia, and to presene the taiem and its
belongings as a museum indlcatiie of
the earl) history of the state and the de
iclopment of the West.
The Taiern was built in 1830, and is
still being run. Nearly eiery piece of
furniture in it has historical lalue, and
the Indian collections there are among
some of the most complete in the state.
The Daughters of the American Revo
lution arc behind the moiement to bui
the Taiern for a state museum.
B. F. FORBIS. D. C Ph. C
Three-Year Palmer Craduate
Office 516-18-20 Guitar Building
Office, 1822; Res, 1538 black
Remade like new; featherbed made into I
We also make new mattresses.
COLUMBIA MATTRESS FACTORY
John L. Platf s
17 South 9th
DETERMINED TO WIN PRIZE
Savitar Editor Confers With Out-of-Town
Men on Features.
R. II. Nason, editor of the Artcraft Re
view. Kicsas City, was in Columbia
Saturday with Ben Seward, of the Hugh I
Stephens Printing Co, and Howard Chil
ton, of the Burger Engraving Co., to
confer with T. Spencer Shore, editor of
the 1923 Siiilar, on some special fea
tures for the liook. The Arlcrafls' Giiil.d l
of which Naon is president, has offered
a prize of S100 for the best annual in
the United States this )ear, and the en-
gravers ami printers ot me .-awtar are
deteimineil to win it, according to Sew-'
ard and Chihon.
While in Columbia, the) had a con
ference with H. S. Walters.'of Stephens
College, in regard to a liew book that
the college will publish soon. They also
aw the football game.
Both Seward and Giilton are gradu
ates of the University. Chilton wa edi
tor of the 1919 Saiitar and is a Phi Beta
Sweat Baths, Massaging
For Your Health
Virginia Bldg. Phone 1941
Office hours 8:30-12; 2-6; 7-10.
No better made
regardless of price.
MTJLUOK3 OF POUNDS BOUGHT
BY THE GOVERNMENT
laBBHHWHB 1" ",' " Si
Following are the sales and deliveries of New Ford
Cars for the month of October:
C. E. Forbis, City, Touring.
D. C. Wittee, Hartsburg, Coupe.
0. E. Woolery, City, Touring.
Mo. University, City, Roadster.
L. D. Bass, Ashland, Touring.
W. H. McAlpin, City, Touring.
Mrs. Ethington, City, Coupe.
Geo. Peeler, R. F. D. 3, Touring.
A. E. Kein, Prathersville, Roadster.
M. L. Douglass ,Huntsdale, Touring.
E. C. Clinkscales, Citytruck (first aid).
E. A. Collins, City, Coupe.
In addition to
Reasonably prompt deliveries can now be made-No
one has been asked to wait more than one week this
whole summer or fall. If you want a Ford and de"
sire -terms we can arrange it for you.
E. C. Clinkscales
BIBLE SCHOOL HAS BANQUET
Efficiency Discussed Last Night
Greater efficiency in the Bible School
was the topic of discussion at a banquet
icsterday evening at the Christian
Church. The attendance was approTi
mately sixty persons. Mus-'e was fur
nished by Willard Ridings, Mrs. Tyra
Greene of Chri-thn College and Miss.
Two Christian College girls gaie read
ings. Prof. A. C Ragsdale presided.
We make them
To Your Order.
the 24 above enumerated we also sold
rff .m ,,, fr
Clothes You'll Be
Proud To Own
Surely a man may take pardonable pride in his
Our clothes appeal to men who give serious
thought to matters of dress. They are always
correct in style always in good taste.
' Attractive values at .
We Hold No Clearance Sales.
TO NIGHT ONLY
With Sylvia Breamer and a Great Cast
A dramatic fight for love and millions on a South Sea
Isle of romance.
Pathe News Aesop's Fables
Topics of The Day.
Marion Davies in "Beauty's Worth"
Eugene Heideman, City, Touring.
C. W. Vanetta, City, Truck.
Albert Byers, R. F.D. 3, Touring.
J. S. Alton, City,.oupe.
Columbia Tele. Co City, Truck.
John Neversche, City, Coupe.
J. O. Beacham, City, Touring.
Chas. A. Neilm, City, Coupe.
B. E. Simon, City, Coupe.
Uel Taylor, McBaine, Touring.
P. H. Calum, Huntsdale, Touring.
F. L. Graves, City, Touring.
15 used Fords.
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