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THE EYE.VIXG MISSOURIAy, TUES DAY, DECEMBER 17, 191S.
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The universities of Indiana and
Nebraska will not compete in football
during the season of 1919, as had been
planned by "Jumbo" Stiehm and Dr.
E. J. Stewart, athletic directors of
the two institutions, says a dispatch
from Lincoln. Stiehm and Stewart
were in conference a week ago in Chi
cago during the "big Ten" meeting
and a tentative arrangement was
fremed providing for a clash between
the Hoosiers and Cornhuskers at Lin
coln. .Doctor Stewart returned from
the Missouri Valley Conference meet
ing in Kansas City and announced
that Nebraska would play Missouri
University at Columbia November S.
He stated further that Nebraska
would resume football relations with
Iowa State College of Ames, a con
ference member, which would pre
clude an Indiana-Nebraska game as
planned. Faculty objections to the
Indiana game are believed to be rc-
The man who has been up front in ac
tual hard action, will not care to talk
about it I am sure."
Jack Barlow of the Naval Aviation
Camp at Seattle, Is back in Bethany.
"The old company of militia from
here was in the Argonne, and got
badly cut up. You know that Chuck
(Wilson) fought it out with his wound
for a month, but It was too much for
him. I'll bet he was fighting one
when the Germans did get him."
FOOD REGULATIONS OFF
Itakcrs Back to Normal Conditions
Effective today all the special food
regulations are repealed. The bak
eries gradually have been returning
to normal channels of manufacture
and business. Three weeks ago they
were given an open market on white
flour, and from December 1 have been
permitted to buy sugar in any quan
It.- wh!fb lmainnaa 'Hpmnnrlpd Tn-
sponsible for the failure of the Stiehm- . -. n other government regulations
Stewart necotiations. Notre Dame
University, however, is on the Ne
braska schedule, the South Bend
school being date for October IS in
The football date ready for definite
announcement by Doctor Stewart are:
governing their business will be re
Beginning today breweries will be
permitted to use malt and grain In
unrestricted quantities, and the spe
cial license regulations governing the
manufacture of near-beer and other
October li, lowa university at ioa simliar cereal beverages, is no longer
City; October 18, Notre Dame at Lin- effectivc An ruics have been re
coln; November 8, Missouri at Colum-1 pealcd( DUt tnis industry is barred
bia; November 15, Kansas at Lincoln; from manufacturlng beer by the proc
Thanksglving Day. Syracuse Univer- iamation ot tne President
sity at Lincoln. Games with Minne
sota at Minneapolis, Oklahoma at
Lincoln or Oklahoma City and Iowa
Aggies at Lincoln or Ames are in
process of negotiation.
Manufacturers of corn, cats, barley
or rye products will be released from
all food regulations except the one
governing unreasonable profits. The
following special license regulations
The Nebraska director also arranged j erninc oneraUbns of elevators.
for sixteen conference basket ball warehouses or other places for the
dates during the meeting at Kansas storage of wheat, rye, corn, oats and
City, as follows: January 22, Drake barley hae also been repealed, ef
at Des Moines; January 23 and 24, 1 fective tomorrow:
WAXTS RED GUARD IX GERJTAXT
Spartacns Group of Radicals Flans
Program GlTlnp SclTes Power.
AMSTERDAM, Dec. 17. The Spar
tacus group, according to a Berlin
telegram, to the Handelsblad, has
drawn up the following program of
immediate steps for safeguarding the
Disarmament of all police officers,
nonproletariat soldiers, and all mem
bers of the ruling classes.
Arming of all grown-up male pole
tralans and the formation of a work
Confiscation by the soldiers' and
workers' councils of arms, munitions,
and armament works.
The formaton of a proletariat red t
Abolition of the rank of officers
and noncommissioned officers.
Removal of all military officers from
the soldiers' and workmen's councils.
Replacement of political organs and
authorities of the former regime by
representatives of the soldiers' and
Abolition of all parliaments and mu
nicipal and other councils. The elec
tion of a general council which will
elect and control the executive coun
cil of the soldiers' and workmen's.
Cancellation ot all state and other
public debts, including war loans,
down to a certain fixed limit of sub
scription. Expropriation of all landed estates,
banks, coal mines and large industrial
Confiscation of all fortunes above a
Dr. Mitchell (o Kansas fit.
Dr. P. J. Mitchell left this morning
for Kansas City to see his brother,
John T. Mitchell, who is ill in the
Christian Hospital there.
Ames at Ames; January 25, Drake at .
Des Moines; January 31 and Feb-'
ruary 1, Drake at Lincoln; February
Rule 2, which limits the storage of
rain to a GO-day period.
Rule 10, which limited the amount
7 and 8; Washington University at of unsold grain under control to a
Lincoln; February 14 and 15, Missouri
at Lincoln; March 5 and C, Kansas at
Lawrence; March 7 and S, Kansas Ag
gies at Manhattan; March 14 and 15,
Ames Aggies at Lincoln.
Rule 11. which limited the sale of
grain to giving a buyer not in excess
of a 60-day supply.
Rule 12, which provided that con
tracts for corn, oats, rye and barley
must provide for 60-day shipment.
Rule 14. which prohibited the sale
of corn, oats, rye or barley for the
purpose of manufacturing beer, near
beer or other similar cereal beverages.
Other special regulations which
hae been repealed, effective tomor
row, are those governing the distrib
utors of flsh, dealers in cottonseed
products, peanut meal and soy bean
meal, dealers in homlnv feed, barlev
fly on his back yesterday. While we , feed rve feedt oat meai ,eeds and
were upside down 3,000 feet above the , baled haJ whoiesalers. jobbers, im-
oay, i couian i neip dui nope mat my p3rterSf retailers and brokers of li
safety belt woudl remain well fasten- censcd non-perishable food commo
ed. Lots of fun. Had a meet here' .,: j ,hns rpninHnns nnnH--
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Captain Jackson V. Scholz, a mem
ber of the 1916-17 track team, now at
the Naval Air Station, Miami, Floid
Fla.. will continue his training there. I
according to a letter to Coach H. F.
Schulte. He says:
"I am going to complete the traln
Sng for my own satisfaction. An en
sign, a former Eastern track man, has
carried me almost every day as a pas
senger. He likes 'stunting.' Tried to
MAKE THIS A SANE CHRISTMAS
GIVE USEFUL GIFTS THIS YEAR
Wearing Apparel Is a Practical, Appropriate
and Pleasing Gift
COATS, DRESSES, SKIRTS OFF
SUITS NEAR Vi PRICE
Furs, Silk Kimonos and Other Garments suitable for Gifts at Reductions worth
Taking Advantage of. l
Thanksgiving. Caught me in 10-2. but
I'm afraid they hurried the watches.
I won a fine cigarette case one of
the flat silver kind. Can you beat it?
It looks as If I'll have to start smok
ing. When spring, and the track
fever comes along oh, la la! Back
next fall though."
C. W. Terry, track '13 '14 '15. Naval
Aviation Repair Base, Eastleigh, Eng.,
"Peaches sure was one fine boy.
Can't find any of the old boys around
here, but be sure to keep sending me
the dope. Probably be here for some
Lieutenant Grant Wyatt, Jr., 341
F. A., A. E. F., writes:
"We are still at the front, or what
was the front. Here for so long that
I feel like a native now. Billeted in
what was once a house. Two rooms
and some of the roof left, but I have
a stove and a fireplace and a bed.
Some comfort after the hole that I
occupied for so long. One of the
men says he knows why every French
room has a stove and a fireplace.
The stove is to keep the fireplace
warm. (Yes, I know that Is worthy
of one Jackson Scholz.)
"We had quite a, little excitement
here at the end of the war. In the
middle of an attack on the Hinden-
burg line news came that she would
so. n be over. Had been half expect
ing it, of course. But then, just like
football, it's the unexpected that hap
pens in war. That the boys did won
derful work goes without saying.
Cleaning up the Argonne was un
doubtedly the toughest piece of work
"The latter part of the drive was. a
pipe, and St. Mehiel was easy by
comparison, but the Argonne! Well
it cost heavily, but at that, it printed
'finis' at the bottom of the kaier's
history. Probably he sent on to Ger
many now. Bad part of the whole
business is that we can't go on to
Berlin. Still all of that is only a
small matter. For nearly all of us
the chief question is now of home.
Now that it's over. I am just as crazy
to get back as I was to get over here
eighteen months ago. Reppy at Sed
an. Don't it beat thunder how truth
crushed to earth will rise again.
"Sure hope to be home In time to
see a few more feathers drop from
that Jayhawk at Convention Hall in
"P. S. Forgot to tell you. We don't
get any Turkey for Thanksgiving.
The darn English got them all in October."
ing o wholesalers, jobbers, importers,
retailers and brokers of syrups and
E. P. Whitesldes' Baby Dies.
The year-old baby of E. P. White-
s'des, 510 Jackson street died today.
.Mr. Whitesldes is a brother of John
L. Whitesides. chief of police.
The XafJonal Livestock Market
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, KAST ST
liOl'IS. III. Dec 17 Tlie live stock mar
ket for today was as follow :
CATTI.i:: Uecvlpts SOO; JI.irl.et steady
Native beef steers $17MIS$ISM.
Ycarllnsr steers and heifers $'J0Q$1C 00.
Stockers and feeders JS.50Q$12 00.
Fair to Prime Southern beef steers J10.
00ffl$17.70. Beef cows nnd heifers $7.50l3$15.O0.
HOCS: Receipts S1.UU0; Market Rteady.
MUi-il and butchers fl'TiQflTCi.
limiil nnd h-jvy $17"06$17.70.
Slini:t: Iteitlptx 2,VK); Market steady.
Sheep and ewes $S.)D0O.
Knes $llO0g$12 00.
Lambs S15 OOjf 13.S3.
f Gives a brilliant glossy shine that B
does not nib off or dnst off that
enneals to the Iron that lasts tour
times as lone as any other.
H Is In a class by Itself. It's more
carefully made and made
ttom better materials. I
j Try It on yoor parlor J I
tovc.youreoukatova fV I
or joar cm rmnpe. t, - X 1 1
If roa don't find it I if JFJ'J WV 1 1
the beat polish roa .JPlLi'ikmiffTWl Viimm
ever oed. jour J UtfilSiffJ Xhh
hardware or jtv Xw!
H grocery dealer is lljH iV L 1
1 motbonzed to re- PHrw HI I -
m fun a jour .( J37JBIUHHA 1
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I Fmmn Oman" mS4 Bf
(Z.5L. Gordon Hosiery Is Always
HOSIEKY Appreciated Gift.
We Have a Large Variety and can put them in
Christmas Boxes at 45c to $3.50 a pair.
Silk Petticoats, Too, and Undermuslins Make
Ideal Gifts Also Bath Robes and Silk Kimo
nos, as well.
Sweaters are exceptipnal Gifts, especially so now for they are so Warm and Styl
ish. Now underpriced at $7.50 to $12.00.
MILLINERY AH Fall and Winter Millinery at 12 Price
Do Your Christmas Shopping Now.
Garments Make Ideal Gifts.
Make This a Sane Christmas. Give Useful Gifts This Year.
Too Late to Classify
WAXTHIt -A used chlfferobe with mir
ror. If possible Kflle Graham, KKH Unl
verslty nvenue. G-93
TAVERN DRUG STORE I
YOIT CAX.NOT OFFER
any one a plate ot ice cream that la
not up to par. You need never fear
the outcome ot offering anyone a plate
of our Frozen Gold, for we make it a
point to keep it above par all the
time. To that we owe our success.
WHITE EAGLE DAIKY
Lieutenant Phil S. Gibson, Hdq. 137
Inf. A. E. F., says In a letter to his
brother. Blaine, that he had three
weeks at cne time and two shorter
sessions up at the front. In talking
about the incidents of action at the
front, he says:
"Regarding the sadder side of war,
I think you will find few to tell of it.
USE WANT ADS,
and Get them!
Just received by express from California fine
CHRISTMAS CHOCOLATES packed in
HANDSOME REDWOOD BOXES.
GIVE HER A BOX
MURIEL, per box 50's
ADMIRATION', per box 50's
PARAMOUNT, per box 50's
KELLY, per box 50"s
POW HA TAX, per box 50's
POW HA TAN' per box 25's
MERCANTILES, per box 10's .
LA PREFEREXCIA, per box 50's.
PORTIN'A, per box 50's
LA AZORA. per box 50's
CHANCELLOR, per box 23's
REIO, per box 23's
Special Bargain Prices on Toilet Goods
Tavern Drug Store
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