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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920
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'Lrxal, Arhiy Man in Recent
Book Outlines' a System
T ) Lijies.
' IKE GERMAN METHOD
Claims It Would Be of Value to
, t die Young People and Of-
UratfCtl, Joiepk Frailer, 307 Steuort
f " "'"" " lool on Train
";" "',r,, ,n Columbia lor the
TO oW .we ,rye ; rWre of the
rvlitary uwX ot tte lnirersity before
the'R. O.T.Cnia organised. .Colonel
trader completed the tiro-year normal
school course at the Uniwruiy in 1SS5.
Eeixntered Tea Point the next ear.
n been appointed from the xcond
congressional district of Missouri, the
tame district from tekith MajCen. Enoch
11. Crowder and Gen. John J. Pershing
received their appointments in 1313 and
lie has served as an instructor in Pent-
north AlUttary Academy, Lexington, Mo.;
Rice Institute, Houston, Tex.; and the
Vnirersity of Missouri. He left the Vni
rersiiy in J909.
Colonel Ftader has seen semce as a
miaary officer in the Philippines, in Ha
tcaui,in China, on the border in. Texas
aid it Fort Sherdan, III. He teas retired
'? "' ' sme Krrcc again during
thettcar. In March', 1919, he uas again
would jtop-b withboi,fron cstvint
m1) fw-raus a tMiianou acid an ha.
extracted from the pits, and used to Jull
.-a- ma nun Khanld lilam militlrv
tranlinglkeauseGennanybiult her system trs.,S.fI'WttU of Columbia, left
of training on the wrong foundation. . to4ir.fori Wt.lil.MsLv-,MVsouH.
w. .. -. -L-ll frJ , . ..-.!. .-1 .; . ... .
-3ome UJl "JT aw tuv ourselves .tin.j.itt.' Mr-UuuHn44IU .South iinl i
.. .. t.rm a.tllt !i a-ailtf rtrrttvitint if.., .a a tV" -.. -T, ,.". V ..J
iM-c iv iv -... - -- ,-,-a i-w.. .w. smcsu, is isiunc'intixniruts- loamy.
will o.erwhelrn us and make ua sioil
and a vassal if e!o i-ot exercise a Jitile
more common kdk in this matter uf "pre
paredness. For the tiger nationiand the
lion nation? and the Jackal-nations and
ihi aerDent nations are suit Upon the
earth, colngabout and seeling whom
tlicy mar devonr. I
SDeaklnt of, ba ! termed "half.
juLed" fcHjeers 1oo serred in the World
Wari Colonel traacr UkI. " rfof not,
order that the Young men of America
lamt back from Europe Vith ihe utmost-)
. -- .J. .1 .L U. J ..Mil
fIlnKl IOr "liai IIKHF .LUOUKUt. auu U1JI
thint, is nulftirr discipline." " i
Coloml Fmier ba-es lus ideas of train,-;
lt.& .i.mIaii fltfr nn Mnl
inE 'O'l W aMiuupivu .h.- j. b-
male almost any change, in almost tn
human being by training. If jou will take
the subject joung enough and go about
it in. an efficient manner. Men and wo
men are mcstljr what they are because of
ihe training which they hae received-;-
especially that receied jn youth. Hered.
ity iimiis and affcts their powers and
posd)ilities great!), but not nearly as
much as ihcu environment and training.
'A republic cannot be operated- auc
Mrs. C Ji. Written Tiaa" returned to
herliome'imlfale'afteriTi'itinE her nrnh.
ew, C. M. Kemg, ajihe-pana.ress Pub.
Mra. EmmatFipsf went to lligginsville
looay to visit ner;niece, Jlrs. Mertie StUI-well.
Miss Fern DorSey.-left today" for Wich
ita, Kan., to tpend the "week-end visiting
Mrs. Henry Sims, wlw lias been visit
ing Jam-s M, Jacks'of Columbia, return
ed to her home sear Sturgeon this morn-ing-
t MUs Loraine Brunson and .Miss Lu
fillj rullins.) students in Stephens Col-K-je,
west, to Nevada today to pend the
weel-end at thif hone.
tKussel E. llolioway left sesterday on
a start Business trip to Carrollton. '
Roy ,Oais, secretary of Stephens Cot.
Icfce. has returned from a business trin
through Sobtheat Missouri. '3'
About sixtv fie fhort course.. students
whb "are enroUetl in the veterinary las j
in the College of Agriculture went to the
Iiofl cholera Serum plant tru morning.
a number of: ftnd
Yiitle'Mrsi HaSl,,RowU.Td Is'aufferijig
AM fKrvt.-tt irtalltllt- I
fioa throat trouble. -
Mrs. J!. L. Hope .visited the. schools
Thursday- In ,the Interest of the 'ljed'
Cross membeenip afire., ,,
.. . m m - mm . s.- .!
f decreases iaiiprcn-,! ears
AT THE THEATER?
Columbia Tonight aril Salurda?. Brv,
ant Washburn jn "The-Sins of, St., Anth
.tl lu. .I.k. at. . .1 1 ll
Jilj mil uc oiiumi fc lll - MUUmJMS
Theater. This picture tells the -etoryicf
a joung man who was so cpod, that Ju4
best girl rcjectei him because, of his lacle
of "pep," Ife then turns 'io, a cJwriuf
0i,1 In ransiAl mmMr altn, K.V J.'
.. au b ..(k.mh bvH.vwi awani ujvl IUU
change that comes over him is, vraqderfitT
to see. There will also b shown it Paihe
aews anu a .iuu ana jcil coineu).
Hall Tonight and,, afordarr, Mmc,
Alia iNaiimoia. the Russiah. actress, will
k- ..- .. ai.fi.u -ri;.!. ilrueA
aJC ?- a UJCI44U ft UCaUCT 1U 7irOner
Titan Death, a, picture of Anglo-Indian
bleVberein NaaimMa takes the part of
Sierid. the dancer. A afack vntuMt
comedy entitled "The' Sjiealt Easy will
vltA be on ther,program. , j,
On .account of the, ShVincrs parade
Saturday aftemoc-n there stilt be no. mati
nee at eitlier of aher.theatcri. s-
Hfs famrue hobby u farm tcorL
Colonel Frazier sojs that he can't ictite
on the farm; the attractions of "10 acres
and a mule" are too much for hint.
"Military training for bojs and cor
responding suttable'training for girls, to
every pupd oer 10 years of age even
though college and the professional
schools if ha student takes these ennrse"
is. a fealure of the scheme for revision
of the American echool system as out
lined in a book on Training just writ
ten' by Colonel Frailer. He nes the
nom de plume, "J. F. Bruce."
"X would oppose wfth alt the povier
there isin me the inUoduction of the
Prussian ysm in our countr), for I
know it would uitimateiy do trf us what
it did to them. But that is no reason
fir roncVn-ning a ricju rystfoi of military
training one that wpuid Jnake us better
eituens Prst and better o!diers also, and
would go farther toward real democratiza
tion lhv jasthing else in the world," 1-e
rKvsL.il fitnej, industrial effieicnev
raoral eleaqliness and national Veparej-rie-are
urged as the chief benefits to
be 'derived from the scheme. Colonel
Fraaier proposes keeping the student"
pimanly Chilians whde giving then;
military training, thus preventing Prus
sianism from permeating the national
life." This, he says, can be done best by
giving military instruction to ) oaths
lalner 'run to men
Colonel Fraiiefs plan, after being in
titration lor a few years, would turn
eut400,000 trained jesetves annually
At lnis rate, u is estimated tbat in
twenty years the IVation would have &
00OJ3OO well trained, organized, officered
end 'equipped oUdiers rcad to defend
the country in case of war, butequaUy fit
lor productive labor in time of pace.
' WpCU) MAKE ArTOIVTHESTS YUVBIT
Yearly appointments to universities or
colleges would be made. For .example,
eaclit state senator and each rf presents-IheS-ould
appoint one man and one wc
nunJo the cadet corps. Additional pari
lege? of appointment would be allowed
Alwointees in attendance would ' re-
ctiTil$48(J a year one-half to be paid
tit toe ttate and one half by the United
Stales Such appointees would be-obli
jnled, after graduation, to serve as in
(tractors for four years, and to remain
in the reserve for tea years.
lnf short. Colonel I'rancr's proposition
seems to be the organization of the en
tire Educational system on the plan of
Vest Point -and Annapolis, with special
and r localized differences which might
seem' necessary at first or which in prac
tice, might prove to be beneficial.
"If military training (always of the
xighE kind) did no other good than the
iilrvsical benefits it confers, it would still
I well wprth while to give it to all of
our .boys and jts corresponding counter
parr to all of our girls," says Colonel
" The mere" training of all our young
people of the coming generation to think
logically. sudy closely, fpeak good Eng
lish and reason correctly would do more
to 'solve the vast political, economic and
tweia!- questions that art before us and
wil!;etmtinu to come up than anything
"But the greatest result that 1 can fore
tec (Tawing from the practically universal
giving" of military training in our schools'
is the" moral result. The properly train
cd.military nran does not lie. Ho does
not half lie or handle the truth carelessly,
liis. training has been such tint he can
lit1 'do these things and Jhcn go on liv
ing -with hiroieli. This is the ideal that
exists 1b the national academies, and the
inenjwho go through them are generally
and thoroughly impregnated with u
-''. Svtii, kot Ltu to mL-iiisu
TCere may be many,""ue continues.
Vho. hold up their hands fit "SoIt horror'
fyc and cry liat mihtary training in our pub-
US ltvvi n,i. n., ua sunini mio
Vulttarlsm" Prussianism. But it will
cop "The Prussian kind of training
vrould, bul'the Swiss or Auttrsban kind
would not. ..."
Colonel Frazier ssys that just as no man
cessfuUy by an ignorant and illiterate . f- ", va ner aangmcr
SL - M ..!.!. ' Muberly, M have been visitmg
Misa tatherine Indorf b s-pcnding
few da)-w at her heme in HanmbaL
V. T. Hamlin is spending a few dal
at his home in Perry, la.
("m Newlon. a student in tho .School
of Law, went to his home in New- ton
don, Thursdayto spend the week-end.
.Mi Mildred Hanspro and Miw Kath-i
rine Kerr, students in the University,
went to Jefferson Cry today to spend
the week-end with their parent.
Henry C Pepper, employment secre
tary of the Y. M. C A, left Thursday
night for his former home in Wjconda
to spend the week-end.
P. II. Roas, acting director of the ex
tension service of the College of Agricul
ture, returned yesterday from n confcr
ence with the county agent at Springfield.
Miss SeLm Stein, Miss Cyril Meyer,
and -Miss Emma Ilartman !tf today for
ChiDicolhe, Mo to spend the week end
visiting Miss Ilartman s parents.
Rabbi Louis Witt of St. Louis will
address the Jewi'h Students' Congrega
tion at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. The
services will he held in the Y. M. C A.
The death of Mrs. Feareon is an
nounced at Fargo, .Wli. Dakota, on No
vember II. Among her surviving etui
Ircn is Earle Pearson, former student in
the School of Journalism and president
cLthc, Alumni Association of New York.
There wUI be bring on tne h.u. 1.1
rifle range next Saturday morning for
11 members of the R. O. T. G. Any
roan who wishes to practico firing should
report to the R. 0. T. C headquarters
- ! o clock Saturday morning.
The Junior girls elected Mis Ruth
Levine. cheer leader of the class at their
regular meeting Tuesday. juy prac
ticed veils and songs, which they intend
giving, at inlcrclas hockey, baseball and
basketball games and at all girls' mass
C A. Helm, associate professor of Held
crops, and T. S. Townslc), professor of
poultry, of the College of Agriculture
left jestcrday for Fayette trf judg
corn and poultry show. This show is held
annually at Fayette. L." F. Cmlders, a
graduate of the College, of Agriculture,
is the county agent (here.
Lights went out in the midst of the
Dramatic dub's strenuous rehearsal of
"Plots and PlavwTighss" Thursday night
in tho Uniiersity Auditorium. The re
hearsal was dela)ed because- of a meet
ing of the Academ Club in the Auditor
ium, and at 10 oHclock without any
warning, the electric power was shut
ml. Aided by matches, the amateur act
ors groped their way out of the build-
postponing llicir rehcarsaL
her father, P. E. Spelman 1312 Univer-
Mas. Henry Tillman, who lives in Mel
Icttcls. D- returned to her home icter
day ajfternoon after visiting her relatives
Andrdy Swaljars in Columbia.
Dr.! Heber D. Curtis, director-of tlie
ABegr)ny Observatory, left here this
morniag for Pittsburg. Pa, after debt-ering-J
lectures at the Physics Budding
Thunsaay and Friday nights on "The Size
MivRuth Bo)d. who is bead of the
English 'department in Harden College,
Mexico, Jfo-lcft for ber borne yrste rday
aftemoonVafter visiung the English de
partmentsMn Stephens College and the
THE W0RLb'S BIGGEST' NEWS
The number of farms in Misouri ha
lessened 11120. or 5.1 per cent in the
last ten ycaM, and' the total number now
is 263.124. Between 1900 and l?lOH
soun losf 7A2 or .2.7 per cenL In 1900
Missouri had 28186 firms, and in 1?W
there were 27741 farms.' "
Jewell Mayes of the Slate Board of
Agriculture, declares that tho rcductiod
in number of farms spells larger annual!
agncoliural production jxt nun. ami
SoesT not indicate the serious decline in,
farming that the sidewalk agriculturists
$sd skyscraper farmers so gravely an
nounce. We do need to Improve, how.
evef. e, should foster the coming of
the home-builders and investors.
The states shaving as large or larger
percentage of reduction In total number
of farms as Missouri are the following:
Connecticut li5 per cent Delaware 6J
per cent, Illinois S.B net cent. Kansas
7.1 per cent, Maine to 6 per cent, Mas
sachusetts 13.4 per cent, New Hampshire
24.1 per cent, New Jersey 1L4 per cent.
New Mexico 16.4 per cent. New York
JUS per cent. Penns!rania Z per ci-nt,
Rhode Island 2Z8 per cent, Vermont
IM per cent, West Virgniia 11.7 per
During the last ten vears 96 -mini;-
S. Crop Report Takes Precedent i ' number of farms, and 18 gained.
ul me 10 mat gained in number three
are on the north side of the Missouri
stiver and Wteen on the south. The
smaller number of farms does not mean
a lesser number of acres of Improved
ftnil, for the reverse is expected of this
censuv in Missouri.
t rf An inaPftfr-atMme at fa a,ail.ftt. t
rji """- "s iuaauon oi tarms since
iu ranges Irom three million dollars in
Douglas County to Jentyrtliree million
in Chariton County. Boone County farm
Word has been received, here of the
death of thn youngest ton of Mr. and
Mrs. (Fred Eens, of diphtheria. Mr.
and Mrs. Ewcns left rccenllr for an ex.
tended visit witlijHrs. Ewcns brothers in
Kansas and Colorado. It is thought that
the baby contracted the disease while on
I. B. .Sic Vinson of Kansas Gty is visit
ing his mother, Mr. H. If. Burks.
Mrs. C E.
Pulis vuited in Centralia
To Every Citizen,
Of this community:
a home for the family,,
an education for 'the children,
a comfortable and cart free old age,
a protection to business,
a tfrmglhener of credit.
This is what life insurance means to
ion. W. G. Slr-Tth--n4on will bo clad td
sdow ou how to mate the Jiewj,York
Luc responsible for these things. Phono
The Rev. J. T. Hemlrix attended the
Sunday School convention in Columbia
Mrs. "Will Points went to Centralia
Mr. and Mrs. P. F.
Roberts viited in
You. loicr. of speed and ( the dramat
ic side of American life, here, is a place
where )ou will find something to see,
says Collier's Weekly.
On December 17, in the. bare central
hall of the department of .agriculture ia
Washington, Kill meet before noon rev
rcscntalive. ol all the national prrta tu-
focutions and ticker nes sen ice. A
dozen or more keen eyed and .fleet footed
young men, they wilt gather round "a
worn old table, yoking ncnroiul). with
ne eye on the dock and one ear listen-
ing for footsteps down the hall. J,
The.messejuter comes. He hands onf
a bundle of papers. Each reporter seizes
one and dasltes sway -witn. it Jrtto an open
door along the hall, to a telephone as
signed to iiii user jTho secclver is al
ready doon. The line is clear.
"iTa-h!" shout the reporter t) the de-
"Flaslit" repeals another, krepotcr at
"""FlasliI" echoes thelrleanoh on.
crator, nd iq something lbs thaaia acc-l
ona statement ot trie number ol Jrasli
clvof wheat produced thijryearl),tick
inj into the New Y-ork office, the Chica
eo oKcr.. the Atlanta. oSd. and on to rr.
cry.iown in America. Then the statement
of corn. Then oats, barley, bay. These
telegraph Sashes on December 1? ill
have right of way over any ether, bulletin
on any news wjre in Ihe.coulitry.' v
It is the biggest news in the world, t
Though nations fall, .Sough" cities burn,"
though creat meri did do'otKer rieW-s'oi
any svrt will be LioJled asiast as this!
r i. ,- a iv
creased in eight of 'theHeren counties
ranging in increase ftum JOQ tol,Q)0.
and jwtne hue increased in four"coun.
tlafrom230t)Olo8j60O. Tlie greatest de
crease is In day County .and reaches 20,.
The number.-af latins operated by own.
era and rnanagers'andthose' by tenants
hav also decreased tin "njcbber.licrt the'
number ortfnattts has fallen much-leu
than the former, 'ami in Some counties
has Increased iat afoniiderahlo extent!
Tliis fief ebows tliat more" and more of
the farmers, growing.'tircdfof the country!
life, are leasing their farms to, morei ot
less temporary tenants; ''Also, it iV'howri
ihnt ,1m, cita. nf fann, istna,.!.!,,, Iii4
1 small farmer" beitlg-djed put Jhy the ontj
wuo operates on a large-scale jn mos
counties the land in the farms has in
creased from 4 -per cfnl to as bigh as, S
pet cent .and. the number of improved
acres has also Increawd in fix it the
eleven counties, ibft-greateitjmprortment
being 94 pa cent in Pocglas County.
Cnm. wha-at andaBfl ntw thayr a Knme.
what greater number of acte planted and
a tremendous, Jiictfase, in Jne quantity
harvested. The liumhet of bushels of
hay is slightly lefs, 'Jiarj a decade afo.
Since tfarwaK th: amount of wlieat harv
etevl has ipcrcated ovevj'i mdlfor. bush
ct in some counties and corn regHtcrs,
tlmoif ak. high. Tf cse pgt.re av,
winltv indicate ihatMS'ouri us brcomo
less of a stock rahingstate nd ,nHrc
of a cereal, grniTiig"iate' , . ,
In Boone. County there Is a, sbght, de
crease in the acreage of corn,andj hay,
altliough I he improvetj land has come
up to the extent of S,787- actci, making a
total of 327.301 acres "jjus 'year.
J.lt 4-.1- -. SZ
VW AL f CH4NCW "tOR- SSATS
Atl&tllKree&r ReoiSs to Com-
' is .A .. - . . r . -
15CrFU aKcUIlM inc. aliumii- bvauaaaaaab
by those unfortunate enough not to Uraw
the best scats for the Misjoumgame.
The reason that every onS cannoV have.
as mod seats as slated by the athletic dv-
rector is due To "the Fact tnat-Hliere are
not enovigVjo gq "around. Thce are llj
962 seats for the" came. The Kansas
rooterj.haie. reserved the.portk bleachers,
leaving thej .MissoufT fans? the, south
bleaehers'and end bleacliers; th: uth
stands ohl accommodate 2.482 heople be-
ftwecn the 20-Jtrd lines, 'and .box seat
will aceoramedate Vu pore ,1b the, tie
ired section! With only '3 442'ej f
the most desirable to accommodate a Mi-
tcuri crowd of over 9,OfX),so'nieonB ii
bound to draw poo?seT;. ' r
1 Every one who had in, hi application
before the drawing last undayS!ood art
equal chance to, draw' some orthe 3.442
)lesirble seats. r r
, It is i jOnly a sign of gooclsport'man.
J5nip','tn3t"wc accept th? "'seals dfawi"
J. Jioe went to Columbia "Thursday on
a business trip, .
Mr. and Mrs. tlay Tate are veiling Mr.
Tate's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Ben Tale;
Leslie Faucett, who has been
reported to be improving.
David Chandler and Eustace Hendrix
were in Columbia Thursday on business.
Misa Mary Loomis. a Kansas Ctv
nnre, U taking care of Dr. W. IL Hulen,
who is in Excelsior. Springs.
Mrs. Fred .Sames returned Tuesdai?
from aAlsit with ber father W. II. Hulen:
ho is seriously ill at Excelsior Springs'.
Bernard Earson and Tola Munson were
niauiicu aii uc ifivtac; vi uic unocs Dar
cnts Wednesday, November 17. "
Miss Lull Hubbard is vHi;nnwith
fnends in Ccntraba.
r, Hi.-.- -: . AiS V
i .....lUMt ;iHii,f ru. ,
jacasoi jion rvov, in. tnes. counry
tgent, Seth Babcock, i putting on a rev
feature in getting tbc gospel of better
tarming out to tlie men ami women on
the farms. The farm lores owns a mo
tion pt;iurc machine, aud IljJ a.DcVry
generator for operating, ft attached to
Ihe county agcaj a Ford. Vt ,lhc scjioof
fair in ib Brfek.Scli'digricjcccjntl),
the room was uarkt-nra.jind.tvo reels
were shown. One reclwasXoii 'zrowinc
rnd feeding corn, and the other on-, evo
lution vi suui iMnc-unB jaociuncQ.
I,nfl .hi t-...l.l.-..- ft.. ,. . a
. .. uuiiuingj uave irtcreascci eu per
cenrin value, valnrl, f,? !,..
increase in the? eleven counties consider
ed. Cole County is tlie only one report
ed tbat lias increased its number of
farms. There are now rieven more farms
there than in 1910. and ten more farm
MS., In all of helhercounties 5 per
cept-nf the farmers in'eacK have deserted
tr-e plojr and binder,
Nol only arc tlie charms of the city
or the lure "of thexwest depleting our
jarpts. outline automobile has been dis
placing the hote. Tbere-are from 00
Jo 3SW tewer horses since 1910 in all
buijone of tbl- elrven counties.
To offet this tremendous decrease ,'n
the othT counties, Douglas County has
tmenty nore lres than a decade ago.
This county also lias the greatest ircrca-e
in cattle of an) of the others, the num.
Iter, pf increase totaling 11,000. Along
Iwitb three other counties, its number of
Biules ha increased 1000. Its decrease
of 16.000 in the number of sheep since
lytu is greater thin thai ol the other
ipenarallf Jlfcrr,Js shown to be a de
crease, in most of the counties, of all do
aaifstie animal extent ejiil- anrt mnlr-.
UThVfigirres in 19W are. not closely cam-
parable with those for 1920. however,
since the latest census was taken in Janu
ary, before the breeding season Lad be
gun while the 1910 main was taken in
Aprd, or about the middle of the breed
ing season, and included many spring
colics, colts, pigs and the Jike. Accord,
ing to thoe figures, Missouri Las fast
discarded the few sheep it formerly pos
sessed. There has been a heavy decrease
in every count), the lowest number being
ZOO in Andrew County. Mules haver in-
TO URGET'COyNTY LIBRARIES
Community Council-Will Introduce
,i Bill, in. Legislature
The meeting of the .Community Coun
cil, wliicli was'to ltatctieen held Monday
niglit, has been, oontponcd until the fol
lowing .norma, m iim meeting, t. -u.
Severance. University; librarian, will dis
cuss a bill concerning the establishment
of cotnty libraries which tlie council will
introduce into the .State Legislature this
Tlie bilPprpvides inat if 100 legal vot.
, nr sns rnnni-r netition the ronntv
court, asking lint an annual tax be, lev.
led not to txcJccTtwo'nrilfs on Jbe dollar,
the library may, be, established. Airy
iown or city Tvitlim the cdunty already
maintaining a public bbrary will be ex
empted from tho'taxailon.'-'
.suits tailored as rWii
by Die latest faayi8t
Iowrfis ct-iiitesal itH a&M
TT, Onlv I-..t!e T.5T. B-l ?
-a a JULlH-jJJ-
St. unity and Rtasaj qij.,
a ' .. i
Aimer tuag PhoAtJBIt
Ariierici's fjjlwii'as't Laribneirtgs at tlie ITntTer. J' Vi
wty auditonufa Tuesday,' Novi' 23, at 8:15
Do not fail to htkt him.
CtOTH ASD HXLK BCTT0KS
Make the -Best "TtlnizoJjn fo
Dresses. We make tbem for yon on
the premises in all Stjlw aad Sizes
the same day"yra order:
L W0LF80K. Ladies' TUor.
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LEARN TO D'MCE
Private Lessons -By Appointment Only
Miss Martha Shock, who is ill. was tak-
en to Sl Louis this week for medical
B. Mayei is still sick at his
Jesse Curry has been abent from school
several days on- account of illness.
Harry Rowland is tick. -t-
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Selling your Magazines
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JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
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Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg. 8th St. Entrance
' REPAIRiSHOES "
first class workinabelaip,tand
prompt service- gtttuMteed
Work calletl for .and delivered
without extra charge. th &.
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We pay.ffighest Pftces
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Our selection of, only the besfwliMt'taked'in Boone
County and our sysiem of miUirmak3s 'possiile die maau
facture "of this supremely satisfactory flour;- :
"HPJiatisfactioif fdr tale-lw all grocSrs ot call Nd?9
Boone County Milling anaKevator Co.
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America1 . 15I3;
.American Come, The . ;43157
Blacksmith, TDc - ' ' 17309
Carmen Chanson du Toreador
(with chorusl Ercnch 55068
Caru mio ben , 1771G
Come -ra&io ili sol 17703
Crucifir (stitli McConaacltf 64711
Danny Dcovrr 33170
Dear Delightful Women ,(Bal.
kan Princci-) , 16872
Don CloTanni La ci daran"Ia
mano (with. Cannon) Italian
Dreaming Alone is tho, Tki
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Drink to Me Onh With Thine"
Duna j j 64S63
Euridice Xon piango c non
sotpiro Italian 45069
Faust Even Pravest IfcarJ 55079
rjiE of My Heart 45121
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Freedom For All Forever 43131
Foot Wiuzy 431OT
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(lerodiade Msion Fuaitire 7Klf5
He Leadeth Me-. 16749
House of Memories. 45101
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mzni ion Uaxncmaaxie
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I Attempt from Love's Sick.
ness fo H) - ,.. 45092
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Lorraine t.MyTleaullful Alsat
Molly" (IriJi LoKL&ncf fVkT
Moon lias '.raised Her Lamp .,r1
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My Lovely CeEa ISlJs 1
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purch'a voi rirorou ("OrfeaDiXs
Ofrteih- 'Silly Night ,Mlt
Pagliaeci Prolorue ItaKaa ,SJ(fi
Palms. The tmi
Badfance in-"jW Eye Jjit
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WE SHAtL BE CUDTO PLAY ANT ORtL OF S1
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TICKETS Fdil THIS CONCERT ON SALE
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