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UHITMSmr MISMUHAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
E especially invite the College
girls to inspect our line of Toilet
Creams, Powders, Perfumes and
Toilet Notions. :-: :-: :-: :-:
can be quickly cleaned and pre&tsd at
Work calledifor!and Delivered.
Phone 736. Virginia Building.
MONDAY, NOV. 18TH
The Jos. E. Howard Amuse
ment Co.. Inc.
Jos. E. Howard
In Chicago's Biggest Musical Hit
All new music of the
Howard kind, and a
capable cast of Players
50c, 75c, $1, $1.50.
Seats on sale, Saturday, 16th
There is no quicksand more
unstable than poverty in
quality and we avoid this
o?fn,s quicksand by standard
n.-isp n.iii quality.
-tir. No. Ttli St.,
For a Quick, Glean Shave
Sanitary Barber Shop
W..E. POINTS and "DOC PERRY
Eleven South Ninth.
with an Old Gold and
That., will make you a Regular
Caller is the aim of
Recently Located Basement
Exchange Bank Bldg.
will call for your
12 S. 7th. Phone 745
The razor's sharp, the towel's hot
And easy is the chair;
shave you for a dime;
Two bits to cut jour hair.
for a limited time, be
ginning Monday at
for all scratch games.
Special Invitation to
South of Broadway on Tenth.
GEORGE and JOE
1 Fit Guaranteed 53-50 and S4.25
J. H. Arbuthnot
Student agent for Men's Fine Shoes
' A phone call brings him to your room
' 7o5 Hitt St. Phone 231 Black
Up to date
To suit your taste and the style
All Work guaranteed.
MRS. J. W. HORN
909 Lowrr Pboo 56J Green
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At Beaseaable Prices.
COLUMBIA AUTO COMPACT
108 S. 9th Street
The Week in Review.
The United States cruisers Montana
and Tennessee have been ordered to
rush to Constantinople to protect the
lives and property of Americans
Jose Canalejas y Mendas, prime
minister of Spain, was assassinated
last Tuesday by Manual Pardinas, a
young anarchist about whom little is
known. The minister's slayer at
tempted suicide afterward, but failed.
The latest move in the Balkan war
situation is a plea for an armistice
by the Sultan of Turkey. A delay in
handling the mediation proposal, es
pecially on the part of Austria and
Germany, led to the Sultan's order to
Nazim Pasha, his commander-in-chief,
to open communications with the
President Taft has issued a procla
mation fixing the Panama Canal tolls.
The rates will be about the same on
foreign shipping as now prevail at
the Suez Canal. American coastwise
shipping was exempt from toll pay
ment. It was against this provision
of the act that Great Britain diplo
matically protested. No reference to
the protest was in the proclamation.
New York surgeons have hit upon
a logical treatment for embonpoint,
technically called "leptocomy for re
dundant abdominal fat." "The latest
modern boon to women, multi-mil
lionaires, aldermen and bartenders"
is simply cutting out a large layer of
fat from the abdomen. When the
wound has healed, the patient is in
possession of a normal shape.
Two appalling railroad wrecks thib
week shock the country with a death
list of at least thirty-four persons.
The first occurred 127 miles out of
New Orleans at Montz, Miss. Sity
persons are reported seriously in
jured, nineteen dead and three -niss-ing.
The second was in the suburbs
of Indianapolis. The dead there num
bered fifteen with the same number
A late report from a German war
correspondent says the reason for the
breakdown of the Turks before their
invaders is that many of their car
tridges were blanks and their swords
and bayonets were blunted on edge
and point. He relates also that the
reserve ammunition boxes of the gun
ners were filjed with soap, making
batteries of field guns useless. Hun
ger further reduced the efficiency and
numbers in the ranks.
A Girl's View of Booting.
Editor the Mlssourian: I am only
one of the girls, and I suppose I
should keep quiet on a subject sup
posed to concern the men; but you
know a woman will talk. I do not
wish to vote; I have no desire to be
a doctor, lawyer or reporter; I do not
smoke cigarettes and do like pretty
clothes. In fact, I am generally con
sidered a very proper young woman,
and judging from some of his own
statements in the Mlssourian, it seems
to me that "T", who wrote against
rooting, might be placed in the same
It is too bad that "T" cannot wit
ness football games in moving pic
tures, for I am afraid that as long as
there are a few of us who haven't
had all the human nature refined out
of us, there will be more or less noise
at a real football game. I do not
know "T. but I venture to guess that
after an unfortunate time for our
team, he would be sitting back knock
ing while those same misguided indi
viduals who "bellowed out yell after
yell" would still be behind the team,
making it feel that there was still
something to play for. ....If every
body had as much spirit as some of
the weaker sex I know they would
all yell themselves hoarse whether
there was organized yelling or not.
Even if we. grant that the men play
ing are not conscious of the yells, I
believe it is a stimulus to them to do
the best they are capable of. I once
lived near a street car line for sev
eral months and then went to a place
where there were no cars. I had
never heard the cars at night, but
wlTen they were not there I could not
sleep for several nights. I believe
that yelling is a stimulus to those
men even though they are no more
conscious of it than I was of the
If all of us were passive we couldn't
even get up a lively sewing circle.
Poor "T"! He either has little, very
little, football enthusiasm or he is a
fit subject for the abnormal child
class. JUST A GIRL.
Brief Local News
Amabassador James Bryce, famous
British Minister to the United States,
has tendered his resignation to the
British government. Through his
books, Mr. Bryce is said to have given
his countrymen a better insight Into
American customs and people than
any other informant of his day. Am
bassador Bryce gives as his reason
for leaving the service that he nelds
the rest and quiet of retirement. Offi
cial circles of all nations express
deepest regret at his resignation. Sir
Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice will succeed
The House of Commons was the
scene of a riot Wednesday night over
Premier Asquith's proposal to rescind
the action of Monday, when the Un
ionists defeated the most important
financial feature of the Home Rule
Bill. The speaker was forced to ad
journ the session because of the dis
order and the Unionists almost unan
imously threaten they will make bus
iness in the House impossible, unless
the prime minister accepts the
amendments or drops the Home Rule
Bill. They may force the government
Miss Gertrude Gentsch of St. Louis,
who has been the guest of Miss Ra
mona Walters and Miss Ethel Denny
at the Alpha Phi house, will leave to
day for Boston, where she will enter
the New England Conservatory of
Miss Claudia Lide, a student in
Washington University, was a week
end guest of Miss Mathide Rollman
at the Alpha Phi house.
Miss Gladys De Honey of Kansas
City was pledged to the Alpha Phi so
Delta Phi announces the pledging
of Miss Nelle Schultz and Miss Cora
J. C. Pritchard, former deputy state
highway engineer, is visiting in Col
umbia. He is now connected with
the water department of St. Louis.
Varsity Basketball Practice Tomorrow
Varsity basketball practice will
start tomorrow night About thirty
men are expected to report, including
all of last year's freshman team with
the exception of Hyde. All the last
year's Varsity squad will be out ex
cept Snodgrass, Conklin and Parker.
The Kansas City Star printed last
week a story of the loss of many
thousand dollars worth of jewels by
Gaby Deslys. Too bad the gay act
ress's press agent did not "fix" the
New York Sun. The Sun has a front
page story telling of the chase of a
reporter after all the customs inspec
tors in New York City when Gaby
landed a few days ago. Finally the
newspaper man found an inspector
who said that if she of the glide dance
fame had any jewels to the amount
of hundreds of thousands with her
when she landed, he could not find
them; and he made a good search,
Get your magazines at Wren's, Vir
ginia Building. (adv)
Just received a fresh line of Low
ney chocolates. Wren's. (adv)
Toilet Goods and
Gold Handled Umbrellas
MISS LOUISE LATHROP WEDS
Granddanchter of First M. V. Presi
dent Married in f hicaco.
Miss Louise Lathrop. granddaughter
of John H. Lathrop, the first presi
dent of the University of Missouri,
was married Thursday to Howard Lee
Snider in Chicago. Her father, Gard
iner Lathrop, was at one time presi
dent of the Board of Curators of the
Mr. and Mrs. Snider will live at
3128 Central street, Kansas City.
PHONE 730 FOR FEED
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran
116 North 8th Street.
Richards & Smarr
PHONE 746 BLACK
Also Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
fl A finer selection
of the latest styles in
gem-set jewelry we
have never been able
to show than now.
fl We invite you to call
early, while our stock is
at its best, and your selec
tions can be made at leis
ure. fl We will gladly set aside
any article for you until
you want it.
Sfecbl Jew dry ro order.
DUCHESS LOVES HOT DISH
Her Grace de Chaulaes and Marguer
ite Shonts Freqneat Chile Parlor.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 12. Wash
ington has just learned that the
Duchess de Chaulnes and her sister,
Miss Marguerite Shonts, have been
freqnent patrons of a quaint chile con
Almost daily they eat the tastiest
lunches. Arrayed in the daintiest ot
costumes, in which blue chameuses,
directoire collars and lace jabots pre
dominate, the women are distinctly
The lunchroom near the War De
partment i3 owned largely by War
Department employes, the controlling
interest by a native of Texas.
The members of this close corpora
tion comprise some well-known peo
ple In the employ of Uncle Sam who
have suddenly perceived an opening
which has long existed to take their
hasty mid-day meal amid congenial
We Seire the Same Dainty, Tasty
It's a Step from the Campus.
Community Gift Section
for Christmas suggestions.
Music Cabinets (solid Mahogany. )
Ladies' Desks (solid Mahogany'.
Parker Furniture Co.
will open to you the
door of opportunity
taking you through the
very heart of Oklahoma
and Texas; through
nearly every important
point and section.
to enable you to get started
Southwest on the First and Third
Tuesdays of each month.
The bounteous crops harvested
in Oklahoma and Texas this year
is your assurance of the produc
tiveness of that section.
For farem or any particular
about th country, writ
W. S. St. Georce,
General Passenger Agent
M. K. & T. Ry., St. Louis, Mo.
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Phone 55 for Mlssourian Want Ad