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;PNTAL TESTS '( meetings
iiK'V CTDmiDTO
rSHOW.ABttITY
UnlTerail)-.
TV M. V. Got OlL kill meet at ?
o'clock wrdait In Room B of the "Y. M.
C A. Boildtee.
The Jaelsen Coast? Qub il hate
a caair poll t 7:30 toniftht at tie Chris
tian CWch.
Ainiition, Attention and Concen-
j tratipn not Measured
182 Questions in
Half Hour.
;UVEN IN MANY SCHOOLS ;3
StudenfSays-Women's Moral
Standards Are Lax In Orient
To niostratofiijargniMnt-tKat women I "With cetera! eietm twMy at
are fundamentaUr on tfa aarne moral sent. It Idom that we see women. vbo
lerel with rata asd that t&eiT finer en- da net habitually amoke and diinlt, in
aihilitlea and so called "iaiM1 pooi- publfc," be aaya. "The superficiality of
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBERS, 1920-
The Iaternailordl Polity Club hill meet
at TvOoilocfc .Monday-in tuwm u. 1. ju.
The topic lor ihuiuuon
Unit-
lion are noitina more.tcan turtace pot.
LOi and delnrion. Diaidaa life, a Unl-
terxlty Mudent, described tXe "ronJjtW
EROGRESS.QN
NEW HOSPITAL
Board of Directors Elect Trus-
tees for New County
Building.
JBURKAU GATNSW 4 COUNTIBS
IFaraBma T4rUo IatrtM
McabmUp to OttuAtt otn.
Monroe Cauntrwpecu to incteaw the
membenlilp U.itt Farm Bureau from
400" to 1,000 members lixouth a cam
palfn wblch U briof carried on in the
county. Paul R. Najlor of the College
of Aaricnltwo and two reprecentatirea of
the .Mi&wuri farm Bureau Federation
are holding a aerie of twenty-four meet
ing through the county ihl eek- Tbl
t pealing campaign will be followed by a
famvto-larm. canrau.made by idjeen
the federation next
Dean J. J, Oppenheirner of Stephens
Umege learned among other thing that
CbtfUin was not the name of a foun
Mlit pen hat of an airplane, from answer
jircn by student laVing die intdh'gence
tenf-rThi test, which is of a psycho
logical 'nature. wa prepared by Dr. 1- L.
Tfcnrttone of the Carnepa ltstitute of
Technolog) to determine the natural
mental capacity of ttudetus.
Mr. Oppenheirner gate the test, which
-lunUted of 182 quettions'to be answer
ed' in Ufirty roinufr. Miy of the
exereites were Ktatemenu with the re
quirement to answer whether they were
true'or false.
e found out many interesting and
noon in Koora 130, Academic Hall.
ARBITRATION IS
N0T.ADEQUATE
the women it perhap doe in part ro an
over suply of leUure rune," Their many
strant rdiere them from numerous
he found them among tkt American household reiponftibilliies.
nd Curooean women'now lirfei in There U a strict line orawn, betweenfNrT. r.iirv i.i.,t t-t ,,v
OJna. - . the. Ou-neM and the wtiite people liying In MJ had'weaiher-eand ume deUt bst
"In the Orient,'" he etplalned, L China. The race are egregated, each (month: hut cyemiurix I Moirc'tnt nice-, TtprentatiTe of
mmg in.a teparate pan ot tne town-or tl now. J t .. t fweek. A timilar campaign will be con-
a .IZt ! ..- .. r J ..j , n r . I .,
uucica in rerry ouniy, ueginjiiBc nexx
onday, .
Thrcugrt the co-operation of tbt
ration, Buchanan County i orgamt-
co-operauve elevator, the organ.-
if tk Cl nH kIw MmwlmA
The American and European women in king, where mo, of the .fore-gner. ",5.
lina roe wuiie ykOW7a mmi" wj
r... A o n . i ii led State. t lie speaker are .mi laa," i "-. j ' , .' .. -. JM wl ryler noose. Mimtei lost vet
j.u is.-,Crs aay rainw ueurj t fklianon Pro. w. j. BlUMrf viihli lion a. far a oeial condiuon, ate con- met, tioweier. are locaiea Uucee f f . ku!jjnj-ji J),-Sed,r,enlpu,. . il
IS IriSliman and John Uter and Uwrenee'de.Muth. 'cerned. Women are, alloww. to do a. land Japanese coneesnon, T(e white Ij, & a horoe for'tbe nur.
McCormack a Famous . ,.'," ' ' W", ' lZ.KSZ.??. '"'" '"''1 The.board of d.recur of Ue County''
T The vpbomore women ol the L'nivec-I -"" '" "- -w "?""" " J i . V', "I"" iT'Ho-pltal met Tuesday for tbe,purpoe of '" UT
Lecture. .,.. ii , a vit rA,r .;. of these women.". cine of Tien Tin,vHonalunsfanJ Pe-1 ,???,'. . . At:!?:! V:.?Vi Z..l mi r
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M.
W. Watkins Says Arbitra
tion, Cannot Settle
Controversies.
Ivard of truster: II. Ih BanLs, N. T.
lHoniJune thing from these tots," id)
Mr.lt)ppjiheimer. "Vf e MiKotered that ' :
tStvl 'ft.nn bn. an 1,;cI.M.,n 4ni4 lKf ' V
John McCormick i a famous lecturer.
I tMany persons don't understand mental
Ictu.J' said Air. Oppetiheimer. "Tlie re-
-alt ibqws -the mental ability of a stu
dent, but doe not measure ambition,
"Arbitration doe not offer a baJ of
settlement of controversies between em
ployer and employed, which will be ac
ceptable a a just decision npon princi
ple to the partie concerned."'
ThU is the way frof. Mjron W. Wat-
in summed up the question of "Stale
Arbitration of Industrial Di-pute" at tne
lat regular meeting of the Construclue
Uiii'lijn Democracy Club in the Y. M.
C A. Audilonumr
Profesor Catkins eaplained that com
pulsory arbitration asaume a funda-
. mnt,l Ii4rmnnv ttf intrtA Ktwn -m
atteot,on or concentration. pl,y and employed which doe, not -
A mental test was offered to Stephens u Sute bluon coM , fMctri
College tudenu last spring. There w.s), ., wM m . ,n a
a fairly high correlation between the he i( HOuM n0, a,ow far ,ie
rating of mental itm given them and . Jly of ,,:,:. organiuuon.
sehU,tic sunding. in Mr. Oppenheiraer ( pf,r Tfattm, tnM of the frequent
opinion. periodical upheavals in industrial bfe to-
UA1M.Y roa ADVtsn ' j day, o3 said that no mean of avoiding
"We don't determine the entrance to them ave yet been found. He beieves the
college 'on conditions of a girl's stand- J development of some menas of control of
ing ip these rcaminations, be went on. I these industrial dUputes i a vital prob
j "They are mainly for the beneGt of the lem, and also eipreued a ixhef thai
aijviier and teacher in understanding , means of control would he worked out in
In referring to the Iseu-Cuuming .let
a a means of settling railroad dilutes,
Mr. Watkins said that no chance for a
trial of the bdl had occurred.
He used Canada a an example of the
failure of compulsory arbitration. Two
hundred and twenty-two strikes occurred
here in (en year of operation of the ar-
bitrttion law.
Professor Watkins said little of the In
dustrial courts set up in Kansas in 1919.1
He explained, however, that it was an in-
the Orient are from the bet clanse and side.
wgliert type ot Amencan ana r-uropean ine.uunese, wno are consiorrea the p w al (.j, Bnm j
families according to Mr. Ro, Ito-j"iest of the race in the Orient, lue i!ie jfJ Snthun.
Jcavjl from the bonds if ngid cUl h,ghe,t respect for the Chinese wurnen Th, ' , u m, anJ
standards and the fear of public censure ho arc held b n..om to very rigid jj .bemselve-fwho shall bold
they invariably fall to a lower lcveL tucial .landanl. rm of two. four and s' year. It!
.' ' ' ' i intended to allow" our or twd men to be
fear wet feet an more, according to "" "T 1 JMrs, in!eul of hav
sine dealers for whexe a few- years ago """ a WL lT fW hn direction
mnl neonle filled 3 nsir of tul.Ur I. on tuaa- . &' "'
the bureau are at work in the county this
week ami a fourth u working on a
similiar proposition in Clinton County.
FEAR OF WET FEET
NO LONGER EVIDENT,
o iv enIP nri'rrDC
Jtl . Juvn uc,aif.iJ every pair -of shoe ihey houglrt. now I" -j ' ;
... , ... , , . . few will bo bothcml wiih.the proiectorsiibd. . "" " i.
Although A-J ha. been a faU of tfiiM w M '
i.. . .- la i...... i.i worn, now ilian formerly. ' among student on rainv day, one dealer 1
merchant, and colli lave been I.ght. !'-.:ter MdcwalU au.V le mud was."?.' for ""& S"i unpejiuUr tlu
on rs?riouH epuVmic haung tlcirloped, jrncn Ly -uw dralei: a ihc rca-won fr
Imperial Tailoring Co.
itaeanlng. Pressing, Dyeing and,-,
Repairing a specialty. WorlcTfailJ
ed for and delivered promptly.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
If. N, 8th Sc Phone 818-Wbite
C 2
DRINKS YOU UKE, SERVICE YOU
APPRECIATE, AND THE KIND
OFCPLACE YOU WANT TO
GO TO, IS THE REPUTA- . W
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."TION HELDxBY THE m
v. , PENNANT. " j
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M Pennant 1
ED. HORNBECK
fall.
iiliVMCiar stale.
Oilumbia eftiren seemingly
e decrcae innventhoe sale. Countn , ,w r r-- t I
lo JU . J hoe utorc will pmfit forJeir-owners I
.J"'1' '"" "" """"' '" J5- UUI "iyayr tiiere-j alwj..ltmanl for ruM
1 liiiiis5ss1sisiMI-Sai!HaseBis!!asiHi
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Too Late to Classify
I -dwellers do rot need- them as they oneetcrS,
".the girl ability.'
Th intelligence test has been given
during the lat school year to 27,251
'sludeots in 154 college and normal
.'school?. It included 9,500 engineering
frethnen in forty-eight engineering col
lege in wiucb the teu were giten under
' thp anopices of the Society of Engineer
utf. education. The freshmen of th?
r .School of Encioeermg at the Univenity
were among thox who took it last jrsf.
The rrsolo, received jsn about the same
at the Carnegie" Institute cf Techno- , -,. . A, ,. ' .,.t,,:.t. ...:....
pogy and other umversitie. showing, ac-) iodustjild
veording to .Mr. Oppenheurier, that fresh- M&ft t j, disfavored arbi-;mn-.ll
over the country have about tbel,;,,, reocny, Mr. Watkins added:
isime average menullty. Thi i nor to sav that the machinen of
- Columbia L'nhreroiry at New York irbitratioa i uieless nud that there is no
Way in wlueii tlie public can act to pro
.ect itself by miniminng the bkhbood of
sontrover-Ses develof.ing into industrial
warfare.
"The protii-ion of mediation and ron--iliation
facditie ha everywhere been
found a great help in bringing about
amicable settlement. Direct negotiation
has cleared up many controverwM that
h it alienee might have developed
Jirough prejudice and ignorance into bit
ter Industrial confiicu."
FOR ItENT Furnished room; al
tall for automobile or motorcycle. Call
573-Cteen after 6 p. m. W-57
.
I
WANTED An office desk.
Creen after 6 p. m.
Call 573-
W-571
WANTED FurniJied hocsa or apart
ment Smith & Catron. SCS7
FOlt RENT-Ctregfl. Apply at -302
College avenue or phone 1203-BUelf.
5Stf
OLD TRAIL'S FERRY
6:30 a. m. Capacity 14 Cars 7:30 p. m.
Cars, Sl.00 and war tax. Special trips any time" at night.
During Die football season uill cross all cars at night at
regular price.
Rochepoit Ferry Co.
J. W. COX, Manager Rocheport, Missouri
ni
OaataMMBMssaEiSB
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Stafford , rmtk
sV "t: jissssssssKr,1
X", riAfisssssiA
,fp':
.make a an entrance requirement the
,-ulng of thee roequl tet. Tlie rlae
thetVtoo, re orpniied largely on the
boU of mental rating. The University
of Iowa al ues Uve tsts to a large
eitent. Two week agv entrance teats
were given there to ovrr 1,400 frbbmeo.
The dean of Ait and Science in that
aehocl ha an altant ptycbologiat in
1J' depatUoent. who diagnosr all fall
' nrould students, doing s low grade of
f;we'rk.l''He Sod u( bow they'd their
Lwuvarid what change could be made
t laci"ap(A4heir method of stndy.
it Sfe'?
1
$W0 have refused
?
igpay
Unnecessary expenses for
,. features tliat would not
'benefit our patrons.
Whe resultis
We are able td offer the
(most wholesome foods,
cooked in a most appetiz-
ine manner; sen-ed by the
.most -sanitary methods, at
Uheltlost convenient place,
attHe mr5st convenient
hours, at nfices that can
not be toilcnetl by our com-j
petitors. The "Caf oper
ales on a cost plus basis.,
The
COMMONS
V
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Coffee Reduced
This is the tliird reduction
that has been made on Chase &
Sanborn's .Seal Brand Coffee's
within the last six weeks. The
price is now nearly as low as
the pre-war price and much
lower than the average com
modity. 1-lb. Cans Seal Brand Cof.
fee 53c
2-lb. Cans Seal Brand Cof-
fee $1.05
-
3-lb. Cans Seal Brand Cof
fee $1.55
5-lb. Cans Seal Brand Cof
fee $2.55
Other grades are now as low
js 20c per jround.
I
1 No well's
9th and Walnut Phone 74
Hat Shop
A
Beginning tomorrow a special sell-'1'
ing event that reprcnts our entire
stock of fall and "winter millinery.
Values of greater magnitude hae
never, before beep offered in Columbia.
Wc received this millinery at such a price that enables 'us to give with
any hft over $5.00 a rltarming buttonier, which .will make a very suitable.
Christinas jLFitt, . . '
fjggfeasf1
A
se;
November Harvest Sale
&)nimendng Friday, November 10th
Offers greater values titan you have known for several jears.
with our regular stock of " ,
Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts
Along
Don't fail to see this extraordinary offer.
Stafford Hat Mop
18 S. 9th St.
.
Phone 716
SAPP BROS.
REPAIR SHOES
First class- workmanship and j
prompt- service guaranteed.
Work called for sliid delivered
without extra charge
810 Broadway Phone 315
so
' On the University Campus
For Insurance That
Insures
SEE
SMITH & CATRON
REALTY CO.
Phono 27
Modern Tailoring t
Willi fifteen years of
Ladies Tailoring experi
ence to back our judg
ment, and a . complete .
knowledge of the latest
iashions and modes, we
are in a position to do apy
work required of expert
Ladies Tailors.
Our pried are nominal
and our work so satisfying
that you will recognize, tie
wisdom of Jetting us do
your work.
I. Wolfson
The Only ladies' TUt Batvtea
SC Louis as dlUnja City.
Miller BHg. ' ptoee 834
THE ONE
SATIS-
FACTORY
FLOUR
Every ounce of HP Hour is real-flour rich in food
value and uniform in quality. s
Our selection of -only tie .best wheat raised in Boone
County and our system of, milling msikes'posMble the manu
facture of this supremely skrisfactory,'flotlr.'
"HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No.9
Boone CountyMilling and Elevator, Co.
Makers of Red -Ring Feeds. . t ,
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
Suits Madc-to-Measure
Cleaning Pressing Altering
Phonef 13
Boons Co. Nt'L'Fank-Bldg? &b St.EnCraace
Included in tliis iale are
50 New Coats and 75 New Dresses
. ", BOUGHT AT A GREAT SAVING
By Mr. Branham, who was in New York City all last week
Now We Pass ThesVSa4?rmgs To You.
Coats- "
j
Some special lots of Coats, values to $55.00 included, are offered at
m50, $16.50, $19.50, $26:50, $33.50,- $39.50.
All other Coats pncl regularly fro)a 860.00 to $267.50 are corre
spondingly reduced. For example one lot'ot Coats, $125.00 and $135.00
values, are offered at ,.,.'.?. ... ., $89.50
Suits . - :
All Suits are offered at near One-Half Price. Some as low
as- .- $16.5O,$22.50and$29.5O
y j
Skirts--- fi
PJaid Skirtf, Values of $25.00 and $27303 819.50
Plaid Skirts, Valuesof $20 t .".'...'; $14.50
New Plaid Skirls. expected, will be included in this sale.
Navy, Black and Grey SkirtValues toTSjKsp at $5.50, $9.50 and $12.50
AT 25 PER CENT LESS
All SilkJetticoats; All'Silkand Muslinijnderwear; A1 Corsets;
All FursAll Rain'CoatsrAll Silk-and Cotton Hosiery very spe
cially priced. " - v : - -- '"""
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Bloomers--
ji
SaUn and Crepe de Chine Bloomers in Flesh Color. Values fo $6.00 at $3.95
Values of $7.5Qrat , , . i. , . . .$4.95
Dresses- c :
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Not even in pre-war'days were we able to offer such wpmlerful values at such
low prices. I x
A few special lots are as follows: ' -
Wool Dresses, Values or$30f00 at ........ ;5. ... . , $19 50
Wool Dresses, Values of $35.00 and 37.50.at; .'.WW k .' !$26!50-
Wool Dresses, Values of $45.00 and $49.50 at... ... . $3350
Wool Dresses, Values of $60.00 and $65.00 at, .. ". $3950
Other Wool Dresses, Values to $97.50 at 25 to 33 f-3 -per cent less '
ALL SILK DRESSES CORRESPONDINGLY REDUCED
- Values equally as great prfcedequallj)- a low.
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