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99 J "- f-d.LjtE 'U- II i in i M-..-I- , , T U i . -:.?-(&-' 'iTsrBjjsj; , j. :;- -j K r k fS . &-' 1 r I- r - 9 wtel - St 'r &:" acesk '" '-' I. , . ! h: THE GRAIN MARKET J THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURTAN. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1920 ( Ichtnli and JTatsxi) FUobg the severest drops In tie fcistery pef Uie erain usiIh. Iimin ir rrt,,.U- . it i . , Uie L .11. u n. umimus u o iiiui "-o , t gr onier pncr icccia r MEETINGS All students from Jasprr County ate utrJ to attend a meeting in Room A of the X. M. C A. Building at 8 o'clock to. hct wheat has ikclinrd 11 ill from the tik point In July hea the tradinf In futures ttamL CA ,;-. .r. r (is j. Great Britain his vithdraw from he pain market ovine to the low exrhasce ?. uri!n tut there is still a consider, i vu iwr vuix export. si. Lous casn suaxn Wicit: Red, steady to 2 cents Uaher; trd 2 cents higher. No. 1 red winter 211 a 212; No. 2 red winter 209 a 210; No. 3 red winter 203; No. 4 red winter 202; sample 205 a 208; No. 1 hard 187 a 188; No. 2 hard 183; No. 3 hard 181 a 185; sample 15S. . Corn: 1 to 3 cmhs hwrr. W 1 85; No. 2. 86; No. 3. 85; No. I yellow 87 A'o. 2 yellow 88 a 89; No. 3 Tellow 8 a 87; No. 4 yellow 83 a 86. No. 1 hi!e U a 88; No. 2 white 86 a 87; No. 3 white 82 a 85. Oats; u, t0 ) ceat ower tite 52; No. 2 white 52 a S3 white 51 H. a 52K. cntcACo cram menus The alpha of Missouri chapter of Phi Beta Ksppa met in the faculty room of tEeIihrary .Building at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Aihland Chnrch to Clve Auction. The Ladies Missionary Society of thei Methodist Episcopal Church at Ashland, will observe a Harvest Home at the church Saturday evening, NoTerafcer 20.1 Food donations to be sold at eucuon. will be made by church members. vVheat .W Mar. Cr.m July Dee. -May Oats Dec. May Open High Low 170'. 180V, 79 74U 78S 47 53 l"3?i 183'.! 80' 75 79 48H 53& 1694 17814 THANKSGIVINC FLOWERS No Thanksjiune dinner table fhould he without a bouquet of cut fiooers. Every college and school girl should Imej Ja nice bouquet on her dressing table on i Turley day. The demand for flowers, vlll ti t,nr 'frt lM. rr Oritur . should be pbced not later than Noiem- T i "f j ! &1l I JX..U..m.m.'.--" start rheumatic twinges and make your "bone ache." Sloan's Liniment brings warmth, comfort and qaicfc relief to lame back, stiff Joints, eprains, strains, soreness. yinttrctts zciAost ruiHzi. All draenists 25?, 70c, $1.40. n Sloans Pain's! l! j toe vour order fdled by vi:e anyxherc STOPS TnO aCXieS a 89; No. 3 yellow 8J in the United States. . tftflCt IOUOW eXPOSUre Our sttfc will consist of chrj-tanthem- CUDDEN changes of weather ft. J ab aihbo Ik An1i4 nnri at urns, rosc, carnations, snap dragons,' orejuouiomwmiuuins. jsuert peas, lilies of the valley, and No. 1 1 orchids. All orders will be fdled fa No. 3 1 ordcr received. Place your order early and -be assured that you will get the Hovers ou desire. aoe ' COLIMBIA FLORAL COMPANY ,,, Phone 3G6 lOsh and' Broadway 1'5T . W i . 1111 h TiHK I 1-i.m . Mv z i . i T1 a i Ei!f' j! l he Home of Herman's . Columbia Theatre - , TONIGHT AND TUESDAY josa jRts ? ViolaDana- . . ;. y j ' as the fascinaling little beauly - c jfo; - I r ; "'',N I " I j3 J I - "Dangerous to Men" . I ' j JjLX' j! Folks, you're in for a rare treat when you see this pic- I JJ ."dr i : I i i i 78", 72 77N 4654 52?; ; 74! 79Vj I I 48 I 53l TO ADD NEW' BLEACHERS1 Committee Decides to Erect More: beats on HoIIins Fiel3. Definite steps will be taken to enlirsj the sealing capacity of Rollins Field for . 1'ie Missouri-Kansas football game on Thanksgiving Day. The decision was rt ached last jiiglit at a meeting of the' eommittefe on intercollegiate athletics. The jIan includes twi new sections added to the east end of the bleachers on the north side. There iil also be con-1 trncted'on the west end of the field new bleachers which will hold between 1000 tnd 1200 people. This section will be re xrved to meet the demand for reserved seats now coming in. The basketball seats from Rothwcll 0)mnasium will be erected on the east side of the field, but these seats are not on reserve. County Court Approves Bond. The tSfiOQ bond of Clover E. McAllis ter, constable of Columbia township, has been approved by the County Court P. S. , Woods, Abo Rldgeway, Moss Jones, Do-! aier Stone and A, L. Fergusan went on the bond. 1 Hot Drinks " i . . - For tlieie cold days in No- T . vember nothing will warm you up &o well and make . yon feel so fine as a cup of -.hot chocolate. We have all kinds of hot drinks and cake and sand-i"r- wiches to go with lliem. "The Home of Better Confections" , Jimmie's College Inn 916 Broadway EVERY SHIRT In the House Reduced Manhattans Included' All All All All All All All All All All $ 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 5.00 7.50 8.50 - 10.00 12.50 15.00 Sh:rts, now Shirts," nowo Shirts, now Shirts, now Shirts, now Shirts, now Shirts, now Shirts, now Shirts, now Shirts, now ; 1.75 r2.10 2.45 2.80 3.50 5.25 5.95 7.00 8.75 10.50 "-. - Our Windows "Tell the Story." gggfejg M IB !(&?' ffl f mm I -- - ! Viola says herself "I'm not exactly wicked, in this pic ture, but "Dangerous to Man." Also "SLIPPING FEET' A SUNSHINE COMEDY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY William Farnum in 'The AdventuTer, JACCARD'S JEWELRY CO. St.. Lou is, Mo. Fraternity and Sorority Stationery Solved FOR CHRISTMAS: . A BOX OF JACCARDS' STATIONERY Call our Sales Representative A. T. SOLLARS PHONE 632 Walk a Block i . i Walk a ! I' . Block I - ' I -J " " I a!' b ii I !i ' ' " ii i'. 1 : .. ! THE gap between so caUed "stylish" shoe shapes and the graceful, real shapeliness of Herman's U. S. Army Shoe is purely imaginary. It doesn't exist. Save a Dollar Put a properly-Ettine Herman Shoe onto your foot. Note bow I the famous Mtinson shspe cup- j ports it yet civet freedom, to the occre parti then say if you can erll such a shoe anything but W 'shapely I vJt Returning soldiers, ccquainted now with the supreme comfort of Munson-shaped shoes (their offi cial service footwear) choose Her man Shoes for their civilian wear. You enjoy your feet, if thej're in Hermans. t CO-OP X I iggagJgaSiiingiBiiii I The CO-OP The children love Wngley's and ifs good for fiiem." !K I) fl u Made under conditions of absolute cleanliness and brought to them in Wrlalev's sealed sanitary package. Satisfies the craving for sweets, aids dlestion.sweet ens breath, allays thirst and helps keep teeth clean. Costs little, benefits much. Still 5c Everywhere THERAUGR ftw ism T !i " v , IV-'WCT- .J HENRY . The Famous Shoe Shiner at, the Tiger Barber, Shop Will Shine Shoes on Sunday From now on we cspect to stay open on Sundays "Henry Shines on Sunday" : Tiger Taxicab Company Dance and Party Calls a Specialty Phone 1199 Day and Night Service All Big New Cars A Student Directory Is a Necessity in Columbia Have You a Copy? Every regular subscriber, .living in Columbia, is entitled to one copy;- these have been delivered. No more free copies are available unless, by error, the carrier failed to leave one for you. If so, call 55 at once. Extra Copies Now on Sale, 50c The regular price of this year's student directory' is 75 cents but we have only a few left on hand and these will go at 50 cent?. This price, includes ' delivery in Colunihia or t by mail. j . What the Directory contains: Names of all University Students . Their Columbia Address . -i Their Telephone Numlicr ' , Names of all Teachers and Administrative OfficersV'ttVof M. Their Office Address. '' r-" , . '! 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