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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922
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To End Fight in Speech at St.
Loui- Tomorrow Demon-
By Vm'irJ rift.
Sr. Lous Dec 1. Georges Clcmen
.cau experts 1 drne the finishing fight
fur France tumorm.
Tl e Tis--r is resting at the countr)
home .f Joseph Pulitzer and has pre
pared hi- f.iurtli American address in
.which he ill (Kiund out his belief that
America -lioul.t return to European af
fairs. II- ill not male another address
for a xeri. following his St. Louis speech.
(Jerr.enceau shpprd quiellj into St.!
Louis and the citj's demonstration a
nithheld until tomorrow, when he ill
sprak at the Odeon. Onl) a handful of
pt-upl. cre at the station to greet the
I!U.SSIANSTATES TO HAVE
Suiiel Council Will Decide Ques
tions Affecting Country an
B, CuLlrJ fl't o (C.lll 11-S).
ISlklin, Dec. 1. Russia will adopt a
eomplrtel) new form of government at
the tenth I'an Russian Soviet Congress
lenine on December 20, according to
Christian Hakovskv, president of L'krain-
ia. who pas-rd through berlin .Mondat I -. a c13rt(.r member of the group of vie
on his way to Lausanne, Switzerland wrf Jn -j(rd War a3i an) na,;on
l'nd-r the rew plan each -late ill luvHw,ilh .j. a maniate j. mrrey a
its , government and to a certain ex tIUKec One of the chief argjments in
tent will be sb'e to male its nV-:,,,, of ,j,e ralnJaie stem was tliat
ci-iim- without Iir-t consulting the tcs-
The Sunrcme Snict Council, which
will have no permanent seat hut will di
vide its lime among the various repub
lics, v.ill decide all questions involving
the irtere-ts of the whole Russian peo-jt(j
He. Each vear a Pan Ru-.an Congres-
will 1 leld at which the politcial ami
economic IIic of, all the states will Ik-
Stephens College Notes
i umnreti nmrr . .'"" -
w -r t -t X I :
visitng friend, here.
Miss Yobnd Killian
sister, this week-end.
Marie Wil-on of Eldorado, Kan..
i t,e gurst of Ic) Purccell.
Miss La Rue Lhl of Cameron is vi-it i
ing her sister this week-end.
Jlrs. ttilliam tucker oi uipie) enn.,,)lut j !ie Unitej s,aes govn.
is ,wting t.er .laugmer, Virginia. i
Mis, Leah Withers of Kansas City
th guot of Elizabeth Journe).
Mi,s Marjoric Bcks of Sedalia is the
Eiie of Maxme Mai this week.
Miss Mildred Potter of Libert) i, the
gu'-t of friends in Stephens College.
Mis Mevia Grcrre of O-ccola arrived
Wednesday to isit Miss Lu!a Greene.
Mi--, Virginia Mnnn ot Urrollton 'Sj operation with Europe since the war ma)
the guest f sallie Parker this week-end. a matter f conlrovers), but the rights
Miss Maurire Hone of Knox City is 1 posej ly virtue of the armistice and
visiiirg he- si-ter, Helen, thu week-end American aid to the Allies will not be
Mr. and Mr.. Otto Switzer of King-ton) j;,.jjeJ ; tie meantime.
i-itfd their daLg'-iter, Dorothy, cstcr '
da). I Glee Club Rehearsal Tuesday.
Mi.s Marjoric Ho-tetler of Wells-illc.' The first rehearsal of the picked men
Kan is vi-itirg friend, here this week-'for the Glee Club will lie next Tueda)
raiL I in Room 303, Jesse Hall. "The Hunt-
Dr. and Mis. E. R. House of Call are er's Farewell," is the first piece that the
vi-iting their daughter, Tressa, for sevc!ub will work on. The room is now
eral dais. J bring equipped with a case for the
Mis-es'Eilrn Love and Doroth) Heggie s.-ic, a blackboard with a niuic staff
of Charleston are visiting friends for a , lnd a bulletin beard,
few dav . ss1-?"?""""""
TOO LiTE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Lidirs' purse ccntaining 2
Yale ke)s anil a little small change at or!
near Rollins Field mass meeting Wednes I
b) night. Reward if returned to Parson
Shoe Shop. 7 South 9lh St. 82 !
LOST On football ground or in C
lumbia, a pocket book containing one
check for 58250 given by R. M. Cibvrn,
one for $450 given by Charles Barr.ett, j
one for $150 by Berry's Grocer) Co. All
endorsed by T. R. Doug'as, and aboir'
$25.1)0 in ias!i. Plnne 1011, J. M. Bat
" "" "
For Saturday's Selling we have received 60
pairs in black and drab corduroys. Priced
$5.50 and $6.00
Get yours tomorrow.
Ve Hold No Clearance Sales.
UXITED STATES CLAIMS
EQUALITY IX EUROPE
Refusal to Take Responsibility in
Europe Does Xot Deprive Us
of Historic Rights.
ISi IHud Lawrence
TVasmncto-., D. C, Dec 1. Reponi
bilu and risk, mandates and territor
ial spoils, equalit of commercial oppor
lunit) and the polic) of the United
Slates in the Near East were outlined
Monda) b) one of the poWesmen of the
administration in a a that nould hae
done the European powers gathered at
Lausanne a great deal of good to hear.
It all deieloped from the constant
Hon of cable dispatches which reflect
ed a feeling of resentment that America
should be unwilling to tale any risLs
in policing Europe or in supervising
the to-called mandated regions and )et
should want an equal Jure of commer
cial opportunities. Natural!) the auth
orities here could not be quoted, as the)
were dealing with anontmuus comment
received through the press, but there is
po doubt that the European corre-jiond-ents
reflected accurate) the viewpoint of
the diplomat' abroad.
Two fallacies sm to exi in the
European mind. One s that the United
State-, was not entitled to any of the
adtantages which other powers will en
joy in mandated Armenia. This prompt
ed the repl) here that perhaps the
European governments hae forgotten the
original idea of a mandate, that of a
trti-iM-cliTn Til.- I nttl s,.,. u-,8 anil
it would preserve equality and prevent
discrimination. The United States
government todav is merely rising up to
iniind the powers that America simply
The oilier fallacv wlncli has given rise
critic:.m of ArDerica in the Lau-anne
.oofcnMr hj, i,, tlie iJ(.a ,ha, ,he
, . Sutfs abMI,i herkelf ftom ai
.pon.iyiit.es in Europe and hence was
,. enmetl to equal consideration-!
America under the Wil-on administra
tion refused to be a part) to the nego
tiations of a ?ace treat) with Turkev
ihecau-e vvar had not been declared with
,!. - n.. r ;,- ,.i i-.-.,, ;. ,.
... . felt boundar) lines were strictl) a Eu
is visiting "rIopean matte."r. The protection of Amer-
ican rights, i:oweer, under nisjonc
I treaties before the war, has not been
' frofeited through that act and the Eu-
iropean governments will linu tnem
selves much mistaken if they believe
, u put tM
part in the policing
of Europe tliat it will waive an) of the
rights which it po-escd before the
European ,,3,. or v.hlch it has derived as
result cf the greatest responsibilit)
ever taken b) the American nation as
sistance in 1917 and 1918 in making
possible a triumph instead of po-sible
defeat. The furmula of American co-
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9th
East St. Louis Ltve Stock Mabket
By Vnilta Pitu. ,
East St. Lous IIL, Dec. l.-Cattle
receipts, 3,000; .market steady to strong.
Native beef steer 7.25 to 9.00
Yearling steers and heifers 5.50 to 7.50
Cows 3.75to 4.75
Slockers and feeders .... 4.25 to 6.00
Canners and cutters 2.65 to 3.25
Hog receipt", 18,000; market 5 cents
Heawes 8.20to 80
Mediums 8.30to 850
IJ.Iit 8.30to 850
light lights 830to 850
Packing sows i.OOto 7j0
Pig, 8.00to 850
Bulk 8.40to 850
Sheep receipts, 1500; market strong,
25 cents higher.
Ewes 4.00to 6.25
Canners and cutters 1.00 to 3.00
Wool lamb 14.25 to 1450
Coil'mbu Marv.lt Report
Prices to Farmers: High Low-
Green peppers, doz. .05
Spinach, lb 10
Egg, duz. .45
Butter, lb -30
Hens, lb 19
Roosters, lb 18
Spring chickens 19
Lettuce, doz. .75
Beets, lb .05
Milk, cwt 1.75
Cream, lb 43
St. Lows Closing Giuix Futl-kes.
(Courtesy Boone County Milling Co.)
Dec. Corn .
May Corn .
July Corn .
Dec. Oats ..
Ma5 Oats ..
WHEAT GROWERS SEEK AID
Farmers As!. Appropriations to
Eliminate Black Stem Rust.
ly 1'iuteJ Pttu.
WVm-iCTOV, Dec. 1. Representa
tion of the farmers in the big wheat pro
ducing section of the Middle West have
asked the subcommittee of the House Ap
propriations Committee to appropriate
$500,000 to help eliminate black stem
rust of wheat.
In ten states the loss from black stem
iut lat )ear was nearly 39,000,000
bushel of wheat, 3350,000 bushels of
barley and 19,000,000 bushels of oat-.
Daughter Is Born to X. T. Buckleys.
Word has been received in Columbia
of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. X. T. Buckle) of McCreedie, Mo ,
.Nov. 26. Mr. Buckle), D. S. in Ed.
'23. is principal of schools in McCreedie.
Mrs. Buckle) was also graduated from
Centre Off Harvard Schedule.
Sy l'itti Prtu.
Cambridge, Dec. 1. Princeton will
appear again on tne Harvard lootnan
schedule next year, it will lie official!)
announced soon. Centre College will
not be invited and Virginia or .ortn
Carolina may take the place of Florida.
B. F. FORMS. D. C Ph. C.
Three-Year Palmer Graduate
Office 516-18-20 Cuitar Building
Office. 1822: Res. 1538blict
R ULl liefcaaFWMlaJ.'' ajy J jf
Com Flakes you ever ate!
Takes the rough edges off hopping out of the covers
these snappy mornings just thinking about that lusty
bowl of Kellogg's Corn Flakes waiting down-stairs!
Big and brown and crispy-crunchy flakes a revelation
in appetizing flavor, wonderful in wholesome goodness
the most delicious cereal you ever tasted!
Instantly you like Kellogg's, not only because of ap
pealing flavor, but because Kellogg's are not "leathery" I
Kellogg's are a delight to eat, as the little folks as well
as the big ones will tell you! And Kellogg's ought to
be best they're the original Corn Flakes! You have
TOASTED get the
FLAftE' ue Kmtt uut are not leatheryl
-s"ni i rriryiias ,m a am
SSy j -rmt-MJpMI MM WW aB aWaVCaH
AObt fflirr. el KHJ.0CCS KRUMBLES and
FILIBUSTER IS OX IX SENATE
.May Talk to Heath Ship Subsidy!
and Ant i-Lynching Bills. I
By CailrJ JVrff.
Vsms.cto., Dec I. The promised
jnti-adminisiratioii in the Senile is on.
Southern Democrats uniting with the
strong Progressive element of the upper
chamber, rallied vesterda) for the first
attack on the Dver anti-l)nching bill
when it was thrust before the upper
house of Congress b) Republican lead
ers. Practically fhe same group, which is
led b) senators Shields and McKellar of
Tennessee and which has announced its
opposition to the ship subsidy is banded
together to nalk the D)er bill to death."
Their threats have borne such great
warning that it is indicated the Repub
lican chief tans may withdraw" the meas
ure within a few da)s and make no ef
fort to press it to final passage at this
The activities of masked raiders in
certain sections of the countr), too, will
enter discussion on the measure. Poli
cies, anil, actions'of the Kn Klux Klan
ma) be brougU to the front by adher
ents of the measure who will sir ess its
need in localises where officials are not
fully able to meet the situation. If the
hip subsidv displaces the D)er bill after
th" opening of the new session of Con
gress on December 6, the filibuster may
no! lie interrupted. There are some in
the Senate who believe they could best
terve their constituents b) forcing any
action on the ship subsidy over until
the new Congress enters office some lime
after March 4. Then the bill could be
defeated easily, these senators say.
OFFICER RETURN'S FOR GAME
Maj. O. S. Woods Back to See the
Maj. 0. S. 'Wood, formerly execu
tive officer of the R. O. T. C of the
timers:!) of Missouri, and now assist,
ant to the officer in charge of R. 0. T. C
affairs of the Seventh Corps Area, was in
Columbia )esterday to witness the Mis
Major Woods left immediate!) after
the game for Kansas City but returned
to Columbia this morning for an
official in-pection of the R. O. T. C
anil of Ratter) 15, Missouri Xational
Guard. He will probabl) slay in Co
lumbia several davs to visit old friend-.
Protect your home by using
Asphalt Shingles. Let Morris
repair your roof before cold
weather comes. Best of work
by skilled men. We guarantee
1111 N. 9th Phone 2152
'Tatar, Jimmy, fasttrt
Yea Ami mofier M
tharm won't b. any
brcMat till usj bring
th. Kettogg'B Corn
only to make comparison to realize
KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes for
day started right 1 Insist
iviviiiivuu ? vuiu jiama ux
RED and GREEN package
KELLOGG'S BRAN, coaxed esj Lrcr-iUi
LABOR COXGRESS AT HAGUEl
American Federation Has Xot as'1
Yet Accepted Invitation.
By CmoluUtrJ frrn ln. Ccpji,tltt 121).
AMsTLKDAM, lice. 1. llie Internation
al Federatiou of Labor is preparing for
an international peace conference at The
Hague beginning December 10. The con
gress will include not only labor organi
zations' and trade unions but also human
itarian and pacifist as-ociations and
federation of school teachers without a
specific labor character. About 600
delegates are expected who will discuss
means to prevent wars.
Some anxiety prevails regarding the
attitude of the American Federation of
Labor which has not vet replied to the
invitation to send delegates. The United
States may be represented by only a few
At the labor conference in 1919, Sam
uel Compers agreed to the manifesto is
sued at that time but his federation has
Reduce the High Cost of Living
&f Majestic Hotel
Itth and Pico Streets
ST. LOUIS. MO.
vcrs Room writ!. Private Bath
and Free Electric Fan
Single Istom. C2.00 Per D.J-
Oocble . $3.00 Per Ua7
"COMrORT WITHOUT EXTnAVAGMCC"
Dave Cclitrr. r-rsMrnt anU Msnsfer
C C Swinnry. Asvt Man-fet
Phone 74 NOWELL'S 9th at Walnut
Some Very Fine
Order Early. .
Phone 74 NOWELL'S 9th jt Walnut
"Ma and Pa" SSSk Theatre
on the JfeS TURDAY
program. KmW 30c-40c
Y I09 ' Vriajnificent j
never completel) joined the international
Labor men hope tha) the American !
Federation will -end delegates to the
congress showing that peace is a matter'
standing. above the internal tactics of
the different national labor federations. !
"Applesauce" and Cranberries.
Chicago, Dec. 1. It co- Louis Spell
ing, fruit peddler, $25 for alleged pro
fiteering in cranberries. The judge said .
he had no right to hit hi. customer in t
the e)e with an over-ripe apple, even j
though the latter called him a "pro-1
Hallsrille Couple to Wed. i
License to inarr) was granted to Schell
B, Toal-on, 28 ears old, and Eunice
Cornelison, 25 )ear old, both of Halls -
TheVl most popular
drinku in existence
Mothers here is something
for you to decide.
Shall your children spend
their nickels for mere flavored
water? Or shall they get a
food-drink which they need?
Five cents buys either.
It buys "400" the most de
licious drink that children ever
tasted. A dairy drink with rico
fiavored chocolate. A drink
evolved by Walter Jahn, the
great food expert.
A drink which yields about
425 calories of nutriment per
pint, which is equal to six eggs.
WHITE EAGLE DAIRY CO.
ThG Eternal Flamew
A drink with minerals and
vitamines, with protein and
A drink perfected by the urge
of many Boards of Health. They
find most children underfed
starved of certain elements.
They find that children need
between-meal foods. Their lit
tle stomachs cannot hold a five
hour food supply.
Here is a drink that children
love. It solves these great food
problems. It forms an econom
Urge your child to try it
We call and get
The Food Drink
The Dairy Drink with
Chocolate- Rico Flavor
lae hy White Eagle rWrr.
under the f ormnbTaad
I ! lililli aVAl