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UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1908.
D. A. R.
WILL MEET HERE
Mi's. Macfarlane to Welcome
Visitors, Mrs. Green to
HOW RELIGIOUS DENOMINA TIONS
ARE REPRESENTED IN U. OF M.
The following table shows the number of students of each religious de-
nomination in the University of Missouri. In the second column are listed
the non-members who express their cHireh preference.
CHURCH MEMBERS PREFERRED BY
COLUMBIAN CHAPTER, HOSTESS
Luncheon at Reed Hall and
a Reception on the
The program h.i-. been completed for
the ninth aniiii.il conference of the Mis
souri Daughter of the American Revo
lution, to be held in Columbia, Oct.
22 and 2:i. The meeting-, will be held
ill the Elks' Lodge.
Luncheon the lirst day of the confer
ence will be at Read Hall. In the even
ing the Columbian Chapter will receive
at the home oi Mr. K. V. Stephen-.
The piogram for the other two day
follows: October 22, 9:30 a. m.
Conference called to older b Mr-. S.1111
uel McKnight Green. .It.. State Re
gent. Invocation, Dr. V. W. Elvvang.
Hymn America, By the Conference.
Salute the Flag "My Heait. My Head.
My Hand for My Country."
Aililre-. of Welcome, Mr-. Cenrge B.
Macfarlane, Regent Columbian Chap
Response, Mrs. Samuel McKnight Green,
Presbyterian . . .
Society of Friends
Church of Chri-t ,
U. S. of P. C
Church of the Xew Jerusalem.
Chinch of the Brethien
l.nttcr Day Saints
Suit for Every Mai
epre ing no prefeience number 1S3.
Report of Credential- Committee. Mi-.
J. S. Branham. Chairman.
Presentation of Xew Chapter-. Mr-. E.
A. Xonis. Regent Jopliu Chapter.
Roll Call of Chaptei-.
Reports of State Regent. State Secre
tary, State Tiea-urer, State Hi-to-
Report of State Chairman of Magazine
Committee. Mi ouri Xumber, Mr-.
Ben. F. Gray, Jr.
Song. Mis Ma.Ige Monday.
Report of State Magazine Committee,
-Mr.-. Hunter M. Meriwether. Regent
Elizabeth B. nton Chapter.
Reports of Chapters.
In Memoriam, .Mi Elizabeth Gentry.
October 23, 9:30 a. m.
Conference Called to Order by Mrs. Sam
uel McKnight Green, Jr., State Re
gent. The Lord's Praver.
National Anthem Star Spangled Ban
ner. By the Confeience.
(.ontinental Hall. .Mrs. R. R. Oliver,
Report of State Chairman of Patiiotie
Take your Watch and Jewelry
There's Quality in Our Work
E. F. THOMAS
THE HEAVY LIGHT MAN
Phone 257 - - 22 N. 9th Street
Education. Mrs. John X. Booth
D. A. R. Scholarship Paper. Subject
Cau-e- of the Revolution. Clinton
Report of State Chairman of Children
of the Republic, Mrs. J. W. William--011.
Regent St. Louis Chapter.
Song, Mi Myrtle Parker.
Election of Ollicers.
Appointment of Place of Next Meet ins.
Song Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean,
By the Conference.
State Olfiecrs: Mrs. Wallace Dela
lield, Vice-President General of Missou
ri; Mr-. George II. Shield-, Honorary
State Regent; Mrs. Samuel McKnight
Green, Jr., State Regent: Mrs. R. B.
Oliver, State Vice-Eegent ; Mrs. Berrv
McAIester, State Secretary; Miss Linnic
Alli-on, State Treasurer; Mrs. Thomas
G. Dulaney, State Historian.
Regent's Council: Mrs. Herbert E.
Cason, Carrollton Chapter; Mrs. George
A. Xevveonili, lielede Chapter; Mrs. D.
T. Abell, Osage Chapter.
Ciedentials Committee: Mrs. J. S.
Branham, Chairman; Miss Linnie AIH--011,
Mrs. J. D. Law-son.
1,112 STUDENTS ARE
M. U. ALUMNI IN PARIS
Thirty - Two Denominations
Leads With 2C3.
Thirty-two religious denominations
are represented in the student body at
the University of Missouri this year.
The number of active church members
i- 1.112. Those expressing church prcf
eienee but not belonging to any church
imiulKT 40S, while those not a member
of any denomination and with no
pieference number 1SS.
The Christian church leads with 2(53
regular members and 100 who prefer
it. The Methodist church is next with
2."9 members and 100 expressing pref
erence. The Presbyterian church has
2H1 members and ninety-two affiliated.
EVERY garment that leaves
- "Columbia Tailoring Com
pany" is as different as the lines
of each figure differ from the
other. It must be, to fit the
wearer correctly. We want you
to view our new models for fall
and winter. Come in and see the
latest styles, colors and patterns.
Enjoy the satisfaction of wear
ing a suit made to YOUR ORDER;
it won't cost you any more than
ORDINARY clothes, either. Now
is the ideal time to order.
Our Suit and Overcoat
Prices Begin at $18.00.
OUR GUARANTEE NEVER ENDS
COLUMBIA TAILORING CO.
NORTH NINTH STREET
COLUMBIA'S LEADING TAILORS
V MARK y
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The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Ice Skates T
Official Implements for all Track
and Field Sports
Spalding's handsomely illustrated cata
logue of all sports contains numerous sug
gestions. Mailed free everywhere.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
New York St. Louis Kansas City
C. N. Hartwell Writes of Meeting
Former Classmates There.
C. X. Hartwell, a former student of
tlio University of Missouri, now teach
ing in the St. James School in Wash
ington county, Mil., has written to
friends in Columbia of his recent trip
In Paris he met Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Collin-, both graduates of the L'niver-.-ity,
and spoil the re-t of hi- stay
there with them. Mrs. Collins, before
her marriage, was Miss Madeline Bran
hain. of Columbia. They are now living
in St. Louis, where Mr. Collins is teach
ing in one of the public schools.
Harry Ljon. better known as "Lcto,"
another classmate of Mr. Hartwell. was
in Pari- at the same time. Lyon i- now
drama ic critic for Hampton'- Broad
way Magazine, of Xew Yoik.
Iowa Game Score Books.
Souvenir Score Books of the Iowa-Mis-ouri
game la-t Saturday may be
obtained at the Coop at 5 cents,. Only
a limited number left.
Other churches fall below the 200
maik. The Baptist church is represent
ed by 1S2 church members and sixty
three with this preference.
Forty-three students arc members ot
the Catholic church while one gave this
denomination as his choice.
The Lutheran church has fourteen
members. Two different Jewish de
nominations are represented, the He
brew and Jewish. The former has seven
active members and the latter, nine
members with four who prefer it.
Three express liking for the Moham
medan church. Two are Christian Sci-
eiiti-ts, while three prefer this denom
Prices, 10c, 20c, 30c
Tomorrow night the universal
TIGER BARBER SHOP
Five FirsUClass Barbers
Splendid Equipment and Best Service
We Will Please You Give Us a 7fM
GOOD THINGS TO EAT'
Fresh Every Day Get Our Prices
Phone 204 VAN HORN (EL SMITH
PRODIGAL SON "PAST
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Tungsten, Tantalum and
Gem high candle
Student Lamp Shades
C. W. Furtney
The Columbia Theater opened last
night with the four-act drama, "The
lion cry Girl." At 8:20 even- .seat was
sold and standing room was at a pre
mium. The performance was satisfac
tory in every respect. The Ilickman-
liessey Company will be here all week.
Ttonight's bill is "Buried alive"; tomor
row night the company will play the
sensation melodrama, '"Lena Rivers."'
Iowa Game Score Books.
Souvenir Score Books of the Iowa
Missouri game last Saturday may lie
obtained at the Coop at 5 cents. Only
a limited number left.
Subscription to the Uxn-ebsity Mis-
soukian- is $2 for the school term. $1.25
a semester invariably in advance. Sub
Evangelist Breeden Talks in University
The Rev. II. O. Breeden, an evangelist
who is conducting revival services at
the Christian church, spoke of the prod
igal son a-, '-a fast young man," in a
ht-t ure to the men of the University
of Missouri in the auditorium Sunday
afternoon. lie pictured the steps taken
by the prodigal son in his descent to
the level of the swine, and in his re
turn to his father's house.
"The trouble with so many young
men today," said the Rev. Mr. Breeden,
"is that they do not think enough. Ev
ery man in this audience would be a
Christian, and would lead a pure life,
if he would think one hour each dav
alwiit himself and his relation to eter
nity." Music was supplied by the Y. M. C. A.
quartet, which is composed of Messrs.
Hoffman, Summers, Ustick and Wolfers,
and Mr. Saxton, who is assisting in the
Y. If. C. A.
BOYS IN TEST VOTE
After Regular Election Is
Past Straw Ballot Will
OLYMPIAN CANDY KITCHEN
Fresh Candies Every Day Best in Columbia
ICE CREAM SODA 5 CENTS 1010 E. BROADWAY
Iowa Game Score Books.
Souvenir Score Books of tho W.
Missouri game last Saturday may be
obtained at the Co-op at 5 cents. OnW
a limited number left.
Tom K. Smith Here.
Tom K. Smith, alumnus of the Uni
versity of Missouri and member of Phi
Gamma Delta and Phi Beta Kappa, was
nerc Saturday to attend the Missouri
Iowa football game. Mr. Smith is now
with the Little-Hays Brokerage Co., St.
Louis. His sister, Miss Mary Smith,
also a University graduate, is teach
ing school at Webster Groves, Mo.
D. R. Durant, B. S. in C. E., '06,
is at Vicksburg, Miss. He is a sur
veyor for the Mississippi River Com
The most extensive "test" vote in the
history of the country is to be under
taken by the Young Men's Christian
Association during the week succeeding
the regular election this fall. It is ex
pected that over 300,000 ballots will be
cast, and the mock election wil take
place in every city, town and hamlet
throughout the United States in which
the association has any semblance of an
In R feiicra! nnnniin.Amni nr iv
o v"t.umvill, Ul llie
scheme, just issued from the headquar- '
uts oi me association in this citv. it is
'The boys of America, between the
age of twelve and twenty, will have a
chance to vote for President and Gov
ernor this fall. They will lie given a
chance to express their opinion and will
be shown how to vote.
"It is no play business either. It is
planned to have the lads use the same
booths in which to cast their ballots as
the grown-ups. Their ballot will be a
replica of the regular ballot, except it
win oe marked to show it is the vote
of the youths. According to the plan
every boy who registers to cast his
vote must have become familiar with
the Constitution of the United States
and the party platforms, by a plan ar
ranged, and also attend a series of edu
cational lectures on the principles of
government to be delivered bv nromi-
'Definite registration davs have been
Set. No DOV Will l nnrm;ttJ .
his ballot without prescntintr a rprtifi.
eate showing he has the requirements
of a 'voter.'"
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