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DOGS ARE CLASS VISITOKS
Common Occurrence for Them to
TIk riclif Ann for l!i rifflif ttlarp. and
if lie fits llie place lie bemnm i-art of '"ric " farmers:
it," i- true villi tlic do--, of Columbia, l:rrcn TVV, '--
anil nKl -Mi'i.iHi with llniM- lli.il f re- ' omalllCN lb.
Columbia Mhket Iitroirr
High Low Aver.
qucnl tlie campus and llie clas, mom.
It is an eer)da occurrence to fee
an Airedale wall, bold!) into a lecture
room and tracL in and out the aisles un
til the clo-e of the lecture. This ma) not
create any disturbance, but when a Ger
man police dog with his pointed car", his
fnippy no-e, and his gra) coat, grace
full) mounted the lecture stage and
turned toward the audience, the whole
claE wa in an uproar of laughter until
lie descended the teps and pranced ofl
.o inpect the cb'-nwai in general. Een
the profc-or pau-ed in the middle of his
lecture and klndl) asked the dig to -top
bis antics. If the dog did not under
stand, he was in the notion to become a
listener just the same, because he lay
down in front of the stage for scleral
minutes until .lie door was opened.
Some dogs are -o frequently 'cen on
the campus that they fail to attract much
attention, but when a stately grr)hound
marches across the campus he is admired
b eer) one who passes b).
There are other dogs as common!)
wen abojt the lmher-it) a the students
wl.o lrne been in school for three or four
jears. The Collie itli hi broad croi.n
and scraggy coat would seem more ir
place bringing home (he farm cattle than
loafing about the campus grounds.
CHRISTMAS SEALS SENT OUT
Spring Chickens, lb.
Mustard Greens 1I...
Radishes, doz. .75
Lettuce, doz .75
Spinach, lb 15
Carrots, lb. 04
3eet3, doz. .CO
.Milk, cwt 1.75
Cream, lb 43
THEC0LUI1BIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922
BETTER CATTLE INCREASE
Tuberculosis Association Expect!
$3,000,000 Sale This Year.
nw York, "o. 21. One billion, one
hundred million Christmas seals hair
been distributed b) the Xatimal Tuber
cul.i-i. As-ociaticn in anticipation of the
fifteenth annual Christmas Seal rale,
wlich begins on December I. Of tlii
number, the association is expecting to
sell fie hundred million, or the rquita
lent or $5,000,000.
The Christiras seal design -'ok- .
mother with a child in her amis stand
ing in front r a white Christmas seal
mi which is emblazoned the double
liaried cros, the international emhVm
of the fight again- tuberculosis, in red
The deign was repared b) T. M. Cle
land of X.v York.
Christmas seaU will be on sale in e-.en
state in the Union, in the I'l.ili;iir.'
Islands, IVrto liico, the Canal Zone and
SPECIAL RATE TO CHICAGO
Round Trip $7 To Accommodal'
Passengers to Stock Show.
The Chicago & Alton Railroad has of
fered a $7 rate from Centralia to Chicago
to accommodate pa-sen2ers who will at
tend the International Lhe Stock Show
beeinnin' December 2 at Chicagi. The
rate is good on a special train leaiin:
Centralia at 9:37 o'clock on the mirn
in,; of December 2. and good returning
m C A. train No. 9 leating Chicag-
Dectmher 4. 5 and 6.
Free entrance to University tudentr
is offered at the show grounds and appli
.ant-, ma) rrcciic entraine- slip, iy gp
jil) ing at the office of Prof. E. A. Trow
bridge in the Agricultural Building.
Mrs. Mess to Speak at Luncheon.
Mrs. Luclla M. Clair Mo-j will speak
to the League of Women Voters at th-ii
luncheon tomorrow at lhe Gdiege Inn
Tin subject will be: "A Post Ele.-lior
Suney of Women in Piities."
The Word Best
Is a misnomer
.8 to thp. hfst man
B at a wedding.
H" Ask any bride
- and see who is
m- the best man.
In just the
same way ev
child is the best
in the world:
his product the
foods at rea
es are offer
ed you at
Est St. Louis Live Stock Market
EtsT St. Lous HI- Nov. 21. Cattle
receipts 5,000; market stead).
N'athe beef steers 6.75to 850
Yearling steers and heifers 5.50 to 750
ons 4 00 to 5.25
s'oikers and feeders 450 to 6.25
jives 9.50 to 1000
"anners and cutters 2.60 to 3.25
Hog receipts 21,000; market, 10 cents
Ileaiies 755to 7.80
Mediums 7.65to 7.85
Jghts 7.70to 7.90
Jght light. 7.80to 800
'acking sons 65 to 7.10
'igs 7.80to 8.25
is-lk 7.8Qto 7.90
i-licep receipts 2500; markit strong
5 cers higher.
"wis 400 li 6.75
an-cr and (utters - 1.00 to 300
.Vool lambs 1400lolJ.2S
15,145 Missouri Farms Hate Pure
The 1920 census gie facts that show
the imiHirtJiue of purebred beef rattle.
More than 3 per cent of the Ix-cf rattle
reported were registered purebred and
more than 11 per cmt ofall the farms
lawng beef cattle reported purebred'.
In the public sales of the last twenty
cars, the purebred cattle hae been
sbout three times as valuable as grades,
purebred constitute about 10 per cent
if the alue of all the beef rattle. Th
main purpose of purebred beef cattle is
o produce a stock that will transmit
arl) malurit), thick fleshing of niea'.
if high quality and the ability to use
grass, roughage and grain to their off
More than 50 per cent of the purebred
beef cattle are in the corn belt. Missou
ri has 15,145 farms reporting purebred
cattle. Of the beef cattle farms in Mis
souri. 1,266 report purebreds.
Half of Its Corn Crop Harvested.
I Viuted Pmt.
SfitiNLFiEui, HI, Nov. 21. Girn husk
ing is half completed in all parts of the
state, the semi month!) crop report of llie
Bureau of Crop Estimates announced to
la), ine )ient is iiuiiiing to the aer
St. Lni :s Ciomc Gnu- Krcnins.
Courtesj Boone County Milling Co.)
)-. Wheat SI.IBmi
.fa) Wheat 1.17 B
jl) Uboaj 107M!
cc Cim .70's
:ay Corn .70TCB
'! Com 697sU
;. Oat- J5 .N
'j) Oats 447iN
ST. tot Is -.-.K3INC OSI! CRI PKICfc
?r LmitJ rrtts.
Coin No. 2 white. 71'j to 72"-i rent';
St. 3 white 70' cents.
Oat' .o. 2 whit;. Jl";i to It1'., cents;
o 4 wbile 43 to IS cents.
VSl-cat fredi-N-.. 2 $L21 to Sli;
.'. "J Jl-0; No. 4 Slii1-.-.
ttiie-st hmll No. 1 $12; No. 2
U'O, No. 3 51.19 to $1.25.
St. Jostph Club Meets Tomorrow.
The St. Jose ! Club will meet at f
Voek tomorrow afternoon in Boom 110.
Ic--se' Hall. Details rf the Homecoming
-arade will lie iliscussed and reports
fc-ied from the tarious committees.
Shoes Called for and De
livered Phone 63
Let Mary have her
What you want for
Some stores think it is
bad business to load up
with stock for Thanksgiv
ingbut we find that "big
ousmess Hue big fish, nev
er swims in narrow
That's why this week we
made our plans to have so
many more selections that
you'll walk in here even
tho you have to pass up a
dozen other stores to get
Enough goods to bring
you m and enough mon
ey s worth in satisfaction
to bring you back.
Stein - Bloch, Society
Brand and Langham
Flout Winter's Cares
hv poino to TV-en-. Tn Ran Anfrir,?!-, ftol-
veston or Corpus Christi, and along the
Gulf Coast of Texas, you'll forget the
calendar and find each day some new,
delightful surprise in the outdoor freedom
of sunny skies.
Golf motoring hunting fishing;
no need of a single idle hour.
for tickets on sale daily, put the trip within
reach of all; long limit stop-overs.
Through Pullmans and Katy dining cars.
the nearest Katy Agent , or writm
W. M. renwifk. Genert! I'auereer Arenft
i w i r a, j
age for the ttate lhougli many localities
report low )ields due to chinch bus and
drought damage, the report says. The
condition of spring wheat has been ben
efitted etencl) and fall stands are
mui.li more uniform as a result of the
impro-ctl soil conditions. Earl) rc'-urU
indicate J substantial increase m the
acreage of winter wheat oer that of
last ) ear.
Library Gets Request for Bulletin.
The Uniier-ity Library has received a
rcquei-t from the Uniersity of London
for the Library Series of the Unii entity
of .Missouri Bulletin. The London school
has had the scries in the nasi. Imi ,...,..
cf the jet is mijsinr, anil the librarian
wishes to liatc it brought up - date.
V. W. C. A. Committees Will Meet.
The Y. W. C. A. (-omniiltit nm 'inc. I
uliii It are Iti-Iil nnr. .iml .nnil. .. Ml I
"" -- - -... ........ ....j MILIUM, DJII
be held Thursday afternoon immediate-
ly alter the Ucotional senices of the I
I. w. i J. meeting, ine regular meet
ing will be held in the Unner-it) Aud
Sweat Baths, Massaging
For Your Health
Virginia BIdg. Phone 1941
Office hours 8:30-12; 2 6; 7-10.
Twenty-Eight Good Orchestra
Seats Still Left for To
(Curtain at 8:15 sharp)
Plenty of Good Seats in
Tickets at Heibel's until 6 o'clock; after 6 at Hall theater.
Many Choice Seats Still Available
for the Matinee and Night
(Matinee curtain at 2:30 sharp)
i i -
Ticket Sale Tomorrow at the Hall
L. C JAUNCEY, D. C
Room 13, Haden BIdg.
Res. 784 Black Office 1548
University P.'T. ,. '""!
RIo Crews Walfe,
o01 Guitar BIdg. iw,.,.
I Z0 IJ'HOW 1
Now on sale at
Just receivedfrom the publishers, new shipment of the
jjLiGI ., ". pit orrirF
"KEEPS THEFOOT WeR"
you canwear smart shoes nndstffl
have comfot table and heal , rs.
Arch Preserver Shoes keep your feet well and with
out an ache or pain. Your arch can't . -V-fect stylta
for every occasion.
Fair and Colder ;
is likely to be the weather forecast for some J
time to come, and it is the better Dart of -
wisdom to provide against coal-less nights
and frosty days by supplying yourself with
warm underwear, pajamas, winter weight
hose, etc., now. The list below will prove!
Ribbed Wool Hose 75c lip
English Wool Mufflers, .".$2.50 up
Travclo Knit Sweaters ..... $7.50
Domet Flannel Pajamas $2.50
Cheviot Shirts $6.50
Blanket Bathrobes $6.50
Wool Golf Hose $2 up
Varsity Corduroy Pants $6.50
Vasser Union Suits $2 to $5
III I II
in i ii -
Use H. P. Flour
Enjoy Better Bread
No food is more satisfying an-15'
wholesome than home baked bread,rj
especially when H. P. Flour is used foil
Because it is in such great demand
all grocers sell H. P. flour or phone 9.
Boone County Milling Co.
Makers of H-P Flour.
Perfection in Confection
Millard & Sisson