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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 December 1917

r J& "S? "!'" t Page Four THE EVENING ailSSOURIAN. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1917. Store Hours Daily, 8:30 to 5:30 ROGERS APPAREL SHOP Store Hours Daily, 8:30 to 5:30 It Pays to Pay Cash at a Cash Store. 818 Broadway. Big December Coat, Suit, Dress and Skirt Sale Begins Wednesday, December 5 and continues until December 15. Every woman and miss who wants to dress well at a little money outlay should read every line of this advertisementfor this sale provides offerings you'll not duplicate anyways soon. We have gone through our stock and have adjusted and re-arranged a host of seasonable new Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts for quick selling. a m 5rc M m Coats, All Wool In every fashionable fabric , sharply reduced. Lot No. 1 all go at $ 5.00 Lot No. 2 all go at 15.00 Lot No. 3 all go at 18.00 Lot No. 4 all go at 22.50 f All our extra fine coats have been re priced for this sale. Suits, All Wool At A Big Saving Lot No. 1 all go at $14.75 Lot No. 2 all go at 17.75 Lot No. 3 all go at 1...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 December 1917

tr P&?7?y&S! - r'fr TSli m I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1917. NUMBER 69 . CITY'S FARM YIELDS 50 PERCENT PROFIT Prison Labor Used and No Rent Charged on the 30 Acres. of convicting evidence. However, quite a number of women have been arrested and fined. "I do not think that there is a city in Missouri as clean and wholesome as Columbia." DOCTOR JKXK1XS SLIGHTLY 1II. REPORT TO COUNCIL Lvon Granted Extension of Time for Paving Liberty Bonds Bought. An informal report showing a profit of more than 50 per cent was given by the committee in charge of the city farm at the regular monthly meet ing cf the City Council last night. There was an expenditure of about $160 during the year. No rent ras ' paid on the 3d acres used, and prison iabor was employed to some extent. , Although the crop of beans has not yet ' been sold and the price on the 21 bushels of corn has not been determ-, Incd. it is certain they will bring from $25...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 December 1917

O.'i '&X' V7"t'7- fT. ? JT"Sjp"5SWJr,,S?T " 1 , ss IP- Page Two THK EVENING MISSOUHIAN. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER .'., 1017. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMIIEK OF ASSOCIATED PUESS) Tlie Associated Tress Is exclusively (i tilled to tlie use lor republication of all "n-H Ulspatcbes credited to It or not ..tlierwNe credited in Oils paper and also ilie local news publlsbed herein. l-,iblUheder7i rrrnlnc MPt Saturday and Minday) and Sunday morning or The Jllmourlon Association. Incorporat ffl, Columbia, Mo. KiTU-e: Virginia Building. lumnstalrs I'boues: Business 53; News, 'Ji4. ilntered at tbe pastofrice. Columbia. Mo., as second-class mall. City Vcar7?3.To; 3 mouths, $1,110; inoutb. in ceuts; copy. -' rents. it mall In ilooiie Couuty: lear, $...i; 0 uioutlis. 1.75; 3 months. JH) rents iiit-ldtf of lloone Couuty: iear, ftJ); J moiitbs. l."-; montb, 43 cents. N'sitlniiar Advertising ItepreseatatUes: .:,r "i.ter-Scbeerer Co.. Fifth Avenue lliilldlui: New Vork; Peoples l.as ltull.l- i. riiicJBo....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 December 1917

ir THE EVENING 3IISS0UKIA.V, WEI NESDAY, UKCKMIIKR 5, 1917. Page Thrttf liNMM STUDY TILL CULLED, US Tells Young Men to Await Draft and Prepare for After-War Problems. OUR DEBTTO FRANCE - Vivid Descriptions Given of Battle Fronts Italian People Praised. "Slav with your studies hi the Uni- ersil until your time comes and ynu iirr drafli'd." Thus Or Hurriis A. Jenkins cif Ktm- ui Cit advised the young men draft age. in his lecture at the Uni versity Auditorium last night. Doc tor Jenkins warned against the pre vailing unrest iii the colleges and uni lersitics and declared that it was the highest duty of the young man to equip himself to meet the problems which would have to he met after the war Doctor Jenkins told of another war that would come after the present one a conllict of commerce and ideas which would require men of learnin; this nation's course. For I seemed to belch forth this answer to the Germans. Doctor Jenkins expresses the opin ion that Verdun would be the most famous b...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 December 1917

.r" 55 Va- r ,-i;j !Tr!,'-'V )TJV1-'H4-W-;-V fjp.,- f ft fti pi'- 1 K m . -K fe- S Page Fonr . IP 5 T J CITY AND CAMPUS i Leo J. Meyer left yesterday after noon for St. Louis to take the final examination for entrance into the aviation corps. .Mrs. Ruth Kindred left yesterday for her home in St. Louis after vis ions her mother, Mrs. W. E. Linsey. .Mrs. E. M. Price went to St. Louis yesterday to visit. Mr. and .Mrs. J. A- Woodson and little daughter went to Centralia yes terday afternoon to visit E. V. Wood son. Miss Ruth Simon left yesterday aft ernoon for her home in St. Louis aft er visit at Christian College. J. C. Wood worth returned yesterday to his home in St. Louis. Mrs. Jessie IUbks returned to her home at Centralia this afternoon aft vr visiting her lather, G. P. Norris, who is seriously ill. . Mrs. O. P. Nfchols returned yester day afternoon to her home at Halls ville after visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. V. Jones. C. L. Criger of the E. W. Stephens Publishing Company, left...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 December 1917

tl n THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 1 TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1917. NUMBER 70 STATE GRANGE ENDS SESSION HERE TODAY Committee Reports on Roads, Education and Ritual Are Read. ELECT TWO OFFICERS Members Favor State Tax on Dogs as Protection From Sheep Killing. The third and last day of the meet ing of the State Grange was taken up with a closed business session, re- . c f Urn ibnirmpn nf the vnrinns nmmittres and the discussion brought out by these reports. F. E. Marshall , of St Louis explained and exhibited i tho Government thrift stamps to the delegates and urged each of them to work for their adoption in his com munity. Two new officers were elected. J. M. nninu-nter of Kirksville as treasurer. to fill the vacancy left by the death of Jnhn Miller, and S. P. Fleming of! Pleasant Hill as member of the exec utive committee, to fill a position which automatically became vacant. .Mrs. Martha Burrows read the re port of the committee on education; John Ellis...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 December 1917

MMWBBPBBMBBBMBMIBPJBIm "w ""w" tjs? THE ETESISG MISSOURIAX. THC BSD AY, DECEMBER 6, 1917. Page Two . FOR TfflS WAR CHRISTMAS BUY YOUR GIFTS THOUGHTFULLY NOW 1. Stocks are complete 2. Clerks are not busy 3. You are not busy 4. You can choose carefully 5. You can get "jiirt the right thing" 6. Your money will bring lOO'o value LATER 1. Stocks will be depleted 2. Clerks will be rushed 3. You will be busy and excited 4. You will choose carelessly or just grab 5. You will buy anything "just to get something." 6. Your gifts may be delayed in the mail AN APPRECIATED GIFT In these times when it is so essential that we guard against Extravagance, let us suggest a book for that Christmas Gift. A good book, though Inexpensive makes an appropriate and appreciated gift. We have all the popular books of the month by the eminent fiction writers of the day. Everyone should read: The Major; Ralph Connor's new war story that will make you see things as they really are. White Ladies of Worcester Flore...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 December 1917

r f.BFTPw'P',s3''- - THE EVENINfi MISSOURIAX, THUItSDAY, DECEMBER , 1917. Page Three J POSTAL MEN'S UNION lUMIjy W1ENACE Burleson Asks Congress to Repeal Law Permitting Them to Organize. DEMANDS"SELFISH Report Shows Largest Sur plus in Department's His tory Savings Grow. it. .s.uI.ittHl Press WASHINGTON, Dec. C Postmaster tieneral Ilurleson. in ins annual re port, submitted to Congress today, de clares organizations of postal employ , .,m mnidlv hecominc a menace to public welfare and recommends ihat Congress repeat me jaw inai uuuws cn.h pmnloves to main organizations. The law proides that the employes may organize and become affiliated with other bodies so long as they do not impose any obligation to engage or assist In a strike against tne uov pmment. Emphasizing the need for unselfish co-operation on all sides while the country is in the world war, the Post master General continued: "Notwithstanding this fact, and at I J this critical period in our Nation s history, il is regreu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 December 1917

-- ' K.j"- 'Z&WSffpp'v" k"-stj r 'i HBR RpSoP MWB5HBBHB!B4iIM&'.W'i WB&Si&n&BHKm mEt Page Four IBr THP FVFMIWfi MlniTPIAN Ural term "truck." and everything nus alone amone- the shrnhberv and 1 buildings In order to get her supper. Uaily ; i ft i ; i tM : THE EVENING MISSOUBIAX, THURSDAY, DECEMBER C 1917. (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Tress Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all nens dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In tills paper and also the local nen-s published herein. ru l! Mini rrry evrnlnr (except Saturday and hunilay) and Sunday morning by The Miktourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. office: Virginia Building, l'houes: Business 55; Kens, Downstairs 271. loitered at the postofflce. Columbia, Mo., as hecond'Class mall. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 4U cents; copy, 'i cents. Ity mail in Boone County: Year, $3.23; 0 mouths, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 December 1917

l! -- - ,-s" THE EYEXIXG MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1017. Pac Fire BftT'-yiys?"" 8 4 I jfttlTAKY TESTS NEXT SATURDAY Ifehtv-SeTen Hare Applied for Third Officers' Training Corps. The final examination of the appli cants for the Third Reserve Officers' Training Camp will be given by Maj or Wallace M. Craigie at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. The examination will be taken by the following eighty seven graduates and students from whom the University's quota of forty eight will be chosen: Byron T. Johnson, Clarksvllle; John I. Wood, Kansas City; H. C. Hensley, Valley City, X. D.; J. D. Meade, H. E. Nettles, M. Shullenbarger, P. R. Gerding, John Crosser, Columbia; E. R. Joyce, Kansas City; R. H. Benton, Baton Rouge, La.; It. W. Hall, Kan sas City; P. E- Ronzone.Columbia; C. A. Brown, El Paso, Tex.; Oscar Penn. A. F. Pulliam, Paul Hamilton, J. W. Newberry. Columbia; Ben Coleman, Independence; D. C. Fitch, Linneus; John Tiiden. Sedalia; C. W. Campbell, r. E. Williams, J. A. Walden, J. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 December 1917

? i''Pr"Trrr' "sgiy?'- iB"?'T(-"rr S- - Pace Six THE EVEXIXG MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY. DECEMBER g. 1917. M- fe hi.- m j' L ra. -. U? u ifi Efr V gv FUHt Bafts Kovr. They have Just arrived. A fine stock of hyacinths, tulip, narcissus, crocus, etc. Now is the time to plant bulbs for early spring flowering. Phone 920. Columbia Floral Co. C-49-tf Have Your Nails Manicured By the St. Louis Expert. She knows how. Reason able prices. Miss Mae Mahoney Tavern Barber Shop i'egro Fined $300 For Bootlegging. Otho Branham, a negro, was fined $300 by Justice John S. Bicknell this morning on a charge of selling a pint of whisky. The case was tried 'be fore a jury. It was charged that Branham sold the liquor to S. P. Dal ton, who paid for it with marked money. The sheriff was notified and the negro was arrested while in pos session of the marked money. Dalton was the principal witness. and how to put them In that condl tlon. St. Louis Live Stock" Reporter, November 28. National Livestock Market. Craigh...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 December 1917

r T T Vf i , THE EVENING- MISSOURI AN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1917. NUMBER 71 1 JIBPIIPlfSP r: M r is MORE THAN 2,000 KILLED IN HALIFAXCATASTROPHE Snow Storm Interferes With Rescue Work-in Town 4,000 Tons of Explosives Are Detonat ed When Belgian and French Vessels, I mo and Monte Blanc Collide in Harbor. OUTSIDE HELP All Business Is Suspended and Schools Are Closed While All Turn to Rescue Work American Warship's Sailors Patrol Stricken District Eye Witness Tells of Disaster. An Associated Press dispatch (his iiiorninir said that one intimate was made (hat (lie immlier of dead In Halifax would reach '.".,(1110. This esti mate nas mad I15- a telegraph companj and was wholly unofficial. Xo litres can he chen by the Associated Press says that the numher of fatal titles will exceed 2,000. By Associated Press HALIFAX. X. S., Dec. ".Stunned by the magnitude of the disaster that has overwhelmed the "crescent city ' passed. In the party were fourteen by t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 December 1917

' v- t BipSiSffiisplCTglLfSFIpKSM JHHS$5!f?l?5PSP iWr:'X5$rfvT9i' 7c"'v"",!' X"7' " - mp i$ i p Si r- KB1 Page Two - THE ETENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 117. SIX OF FACULTY OX PROGRAM University to Send Speakers to State Horticultural Meeting. Six members of the University fac ulty will take part in the program of the sixtieth annual meeting of the Missouri State Horticultural Society at the Coates louse in Kansas City, December 11, 12 and 13. Miss Bab Bell of the agricultural ex tension service will give a demonstra tion of drying fruits and egetables, and Prof. F. W. Kaurot of the same service will demonstrate the methods of grading and packing apples. K. C. Sullivan or the agricultural extension service will discuss "Clean up Work in Missouri Orchards." L. Uaseman, state entomologist, will talk on "The Control of Orchard Insect Pests" and "The Care of Bees and Their Value to Fruit Growers." Prof. J. C. Whitten will give an illustrated lecture on "Missouri Scenery and Miss...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 December 1917

" THE EVENING MISSOUBIAX, FKID AT, DECE3IBER 7, 1917. i E m IN E THEIR IRIS It's Hard to Tell, They Say, What Will Please the Average Crowd. PUBLIC IS FICKLE Better Pictures Have Super seded Wild West Thrillers of Former Years. "You know about as well as I do what kind of motion pictures the nubile likes," said the manager ot a theater here when asked to talk on the subject of local likes and dis likes In respect to the movies. "The manager cannot tell; he has no in fallible knowledge on the subject. The best he can do is try to get a picture that will please a fairly rep resentatlve crowd." That evidently means a picture that will satisfy the desires of moth er, father, little Willie and his bigger brothers and sisters. But then one cannot meet the demands and please the tastes of everyone. After interviewing the managers of the three picture shows in town, one concludes that these men must be students of psychology and of human nature it they are to choose the right picture at the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 December 1917

i I r 1 I- I; KK t Page Fonr THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) The AsocIated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication or all news dispatches credited to It or not otbernlse credited In Oils paper and also the local news published herein. PublUlird txtty ewninr (except Saturday and SnDiUj-) and Sunday morning: oy The MUtonrlan Association, Incorporat r0, Columbia, Mo. Office: irglnla Bulidlnc, Downstairs Phones: Ituslness 53; News, Ji4- Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, S1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. .,,.. Dy mall In Boone County: lear, 13.Z3. C months, S1.73; 3 months. 90 cents Outside of Boone County: Tear, ftZO; 3 months, $U!3; month, 45 cents. National Advertising Representatives: Carpenter-Scheerer Co, VUtU Avenue llulldlu.' .en iork; Peoples c.as Uulld-iii,-, Chicago. HOCttE'S CO.NTIUBUTIOXS When the World War Is over and the day of reckoning is at hand, Boone County will be f...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 December 1917

ft. -t "-c ry$;j "?5"p?3!59i 1 ft THE EVENING MI8S0UMAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, W17. fat Wrt SHANNON L DIES INJPS CITY Was Born in Columbia and Was Graduated From University. IN SUCCESSFUL LAW E. W. Stephens Writes of His Life Here in the Early Days. Editor the Missourian: I have read in this morning's paper the an nouncement of the death of my life lone friend, Shannon C. Douglass of Kansas City. I can not restrain the impulse to pay a brief tribute to his memory He and I were born in this town within three years of each oth er and were close companions until he left here in 1SS2 to live in Kansas City. His father, Alexander Doug lass, and my father were contempo rary merchants in Columbia for many years. His mother was the daughter of James S. Shannon, pres ident of the University in the early fifties. He came of a splendid ancestry and he proved himself worthy of it. I cannot recall any man born among us who made a deeper impression upon the community and whose ca reer while a resid...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 December 1917

v-'5 HBf K- 'IP'iijgSBsjpsrewff? V-wu-WWPtg-, r?3reMsWW'ir? THE ETEMXG MISSOUBIAX, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1917. 1 If "E t't n ii f f.i cr5 r We Offer No. 2 Standard Corn at - $1.35 doz No. 2 Red Beans 1.30 " No. 3 Hominy 1.10 " No. 2 Telephone Peas at - 1.60 doz. No. 1 Asparagus 1.65 " No. 2 J -2 Fancy Asparagus at 3.25 doz Mayune Gun Powder Tea at 55c lb. Fancy Queen Olives at - 30c qt Bulk Macaroni at.12 12 lb W.B.Nowell Phone 74 9th & Walnut SOCIETY NOTES C R. Thomas of Los Anglesc will arrive Sunday to visit the family of his sister. Sirs. J. B. Ross. Mrs. J. D. Lawson entertained at an Informal knitting party this afternoon for a few of her friends. Mrs. Robert J. Kerner left today for Boston, where she will join her hus band and remain for a visit until Jan- uary 1. , Mrs. C. W. Bartlett of Kansas City is the guest of her daughter, Miss Mil- dred Bartlett, at tho Kappa Kappa Gamma house. Miss Helen Kicker and Miss Kath arine Miller left today to spend the w eck-end in Kansas ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

VV? 'i-A ' A .r . ,! i - SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURI AN i TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1917. NUMBER 72 df: 1 IHY ARE ENLISTING IN Examination of Applicants for Third Training Camp Is Postponed. 3 MORE FOR NAVY Officer Here to Secure Men for Engineering Work at Sea. Late trains caused the delay of Lieu tenant P. B. Taylor, medical exami ner, of Fort Leavenworth, Kan., from reaching ColumDia until yesterday aft ernoon to examine the ninety-seven students and former students who had applied for admission to the Third Of ficers' Training Camp to be held at Camp Pikei Little Rock, Ark. The tests were to begin at 9 o'clock in the morning, but due to Lieutenant Tay lor's failure to reach here before 4 o'clock only those from out of the city were examined yesterday. The others will be given their examina tions today and tomorrow. Forty-eight men are to be chosen from Columbia for this training camp. Notices to those selected will be sent out by Wednesday. Recrullln...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

JiF ft. if. it ! ' flffTw SDNDAT MORNING wiMfHTHmr. BECEMBEK t, 117. HOW STATE CAN DOUBLE ' ITS POULTRY PRODUCTION Congress, realizing the Importance of poultry as a source of meat supply, has appropriated $148,000. to be used in sending emergency poultry work ers Into the different states. As Mis souri ranks high as a poultry state, it is one of the four states that get two of these workers. Ralph L. Ma son, one of these poultry experts, has already arrived and will work with the poultry department here. Tho other worker has not yet been ap pointed but he will be stationed at Springfield. He will also work in con nection with the poultry department here. This campaign, to double the poul try production in Missouri next year, is now being launched. Poultry ral lies will be held in every county. Posters, advertising the dates 01 me rallies, have been sent to the county seats for display. The County Coun cil of Defense and the Farm Bureau are to arrange for the meeting place and do fu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

rs: iw'UHjjujuiuMMFwuy;.' wpmJ'JPV" ' c ' -" ' j'H'ffi ' " SDXDAY MORNING MISSOUBIAy, DECEMBER 9, 1917. Piff Tint d: A rfl ' COLUMBIA HOUSEWIVES TELL HOW THEY SAVE Columbia housewives have found numerous ways to save wheat, meat, fats and sugar since they signed the food pledge. Some did not wait until the Government had taken a hand in the food problem, but started con serving when the United States en tered the war. The Evening Mls sourian has interviewed a number of Columbia women to find out Just what recipes they are using. These women are using corn meal and rye flour in place of wheat, vegetables in place of meat and using recipes which call for little sugar and fats. The recipes these women are using daily in their homes follow: Jlrs. J. E. Thornton When making the Christmas fruit cake, substitute pear preserves, chopped fine, for the eipcnsive citron and candied orange peel. Cherry preserves are also good and hickory nuts will take the place of expensive pecans and almonds....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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