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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
BAPTISTS TO HEAR DR. YOUNG
I.iillicrans Will Hear Sermon in Ger-1
man Tonight at Y. M. ('. A. E
Dr. Thomas W. Young, pastor of
the North Baptist Church at Detroit,
will preach both morning and even- E
ins at the Baptist Church today. The
Reverend Young is being considered
as a pastor for the church. He has zz
been recommended by the pulpit
At the Methodist Church Sunday
School will begin at 9:r.O. the subject E
of the pastor's sermon at 10:1." willE
be "The Excellency of the Knowledge E
of Clirist." At night services will E
begin at 7:20. The subject of the '
sermon will be, "The Value of a E
Good Name". Junior League will E
meet at ?. o'clock in th" afternoon and
Senior League at 0:20. E
Tlie Rev. W. V,'. Elwang will E
preach on "Christian Altruism" at 11
o'clock at the Presbyterian church
and at at 7:30 o'clock tonight Sun
day School begins at 9: l." in the
morning. Christian Endeavor will bo
held in Fishers Chapel at fiiS".
Bible School will begin at S:?.Q at
the Christian Church. The subject
of the morning sermon by the pastor
will be "Christ's Seamless Kobe". J
Services begin at 10-.AT,. Prof. Walter!
C. Gibbs of the Bible College will !
preach in the evening at 7:T.O. The ,
Senior Kndeavor Society meets at
C-.V.O. The subject of prayer meeting
next Wednesday night will be "The
Bible School and the Religious Con
quest of America". Prayer meeting
is held at 7:.".0. I
The Lutheran Church will have
services at It o'clock in the Y. M. C.
A. Auditorium. The evening services
will be given in the German Ian-'
Wesley C. Whitehouse, assistant
pastor of the Christian church will
preach at Happy Hollow Mission to
morrow night at S o'clock. Song
service will be assisted by a male
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WHEN IN NEED
of fine combs or other toilet
articles, you can have them
in higher quality and lower
in price than at any other
place in the city. Creams
and jellys, powders , and co
logne waters, perfumery of
all kinds, soaps, sponges,
brushes, combs and every
thing that anyone can de
mand for health and cleanli
ness. The Drug Shop
Knight & Rosse
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Gilh That Mean Something
The University of
Missouri is best typi
fied in The Columns,
and the one best gift
emblematic of Mis
souri is the miniature
replicas in marble.
You may be sure
they will be treasured
in any home which
knows the Univer
sity. Priced at . .
Wall or Table
If ever there was a biujjeror better
display of Leather Skins in Columbia,
we didn't see it.
Fraternity designs in colors with
either crest or letters. University
Skins in a big variety of combina
tions as to design. The prices range
from $3 to $7-V. And there isn't a
better gift made.
In heavy felt, we have Wall Ban
ners in University and fraternal de
signs, either initials or words. In
the correct color combinations. In a
a variety of sizes. Priced
$1.75 to $".
University, Fraternity. Department,
Class, and Military Pennants, in
many designs and sizes. And if you
can't find what you want in our hun
dreds of different ones, we'll have
one single pennant made to vour
For "The House"
A big "M" Blanket adds much to
the tone of a lounging room or li
brary. Thrown over a table or in
the cozy corner seat, it adds much
to the attractiveness. For "the
bunch" to give the house, there is
hardly anything more suitable. At
Columns in Frame
The Columns in a suitable frame
make a picture suitable for any
body's home or room. We have them
framed in many styles and sizes.
An Aiibeo Camera will delight any person
who enjoys taking good pictures. We have
many different sizes.
A collection of late fiction books popu
lar novels, and the like have been added
this year for the Christmas trade. And we
have also a lot of standard works and
classics, besides the Everyman Library.
Crane's Linen Paper
(The Correct Linen Ripen
Kmbos;-ed and engraved writing papers in
University and Fraternity designs. Em
bossed initial papers and correspondence
note cards. A big shipment of fancy bov
stationery just arrived.
You'll find here a lot of plain, appropriate
and suitable cards for sending Christmas
Hundreds of Art Calendars, ranging from
small plain kinds to large elaborate de
signs. Also Post Card Calendars with a slot in
which may be inserted any card you wish
giving opportunity to put a personal ele
ment in the gift, a picture from your own
camera. The cost is only 1.1 cents.
Hear Gathki sing
he gift is small in itself, no matter how
much jt cost. What the gift signifies
is the thing which makes it dear to
the person who receives it.
In most cases the recipient of Christmas gifts is com
pelled to find the name-card before it is possible to know where a gift came
from. Some gifts are impersonal they might come from any one of a
Make your gift mean vou and you only. Give something which sig-
nines YOU AS A MISSOURI STUDENT. Then there is no guessing about where the
gift came from and the gift will MEAN SOMETHING to the receiver.
all meaning Missouri.
Nore new gift things in Jewelry and Leather and Felt Novelties
are in our store this year than ever before. If you want to give
something meaning Missouri, you'll fine here the best assortment
ever shown anywhere.
In either Leather or Felt; various Uni
versity and Fraternity designs; always a
welcome gift. Priced from S2.50 to 156.50.
What Would You Prize Most?
Suppose you have a friend at Oxford wouldn't you be
glad to receive some little gift which would suggest Oxford
and your friend at the same time: Don't you always think
of them together?
Back home it's the same way. The gift which is most
highlv prized .which suggests not merelv vou as an individ
ual, but YOU AS A FRIEND AT THE UNIVERSITY
OF MISSOURI. Mention of the University always sug
gests you to the friends back home; they like to think of
Useful Gifts in Leather
Shopping Hags, Table Runners, Men's Collar Pouches these are included
in the Christmas presentations of one of the best leather novelty houses in
the country. The designs are new and beautiful quality gifts. Whether
you are buying for men or women, you'll do well to see these Gifts in
Leather. Any price article you wish.
dive subscriptions to several friends
take advantage of the saving in club rates,
and buy gifts for three or four in one lot.
We tan get any magazine vou want. And
we have a handsome postcard to send to
the friend saying you are ordering the pub
lishers to send tlie magazine for a vear
as a gift.
Our Special Christmas Service
We prepare the packages for you, including Christmas
Seals and Christmas Cards for your name inside. Weigh
the package, tell you what it costs either by mail or express,
and deliver it to the office for you.
You point out the gift you want we'll do the rest You
need not touch it, if you like. We'll attend to all the de
tails of sending anything you select and it will be proper
ly packed and labeled, and sent promptly.
Ours is a trade that Service made.
Just Off the Campus
In bronze, University and all Fraternity
designs mounted on heavy wood background
stained dark; various sizes, priced at Si toS5.
A Cooking Recipe Jogger. It is a minia
ture card-indec filing system for the tested
recipes. It's the latest device for elliciency
and convenience in tlie kitchen. The index
cards are labeled Soups. Meats. Cakes, Pies,
etc. Mother will welcome this time-saver
and besides, it will be something different.
fflittaari SiorefellUMaari SioreTIlittxwH Store
A particularly ap
propriate gift for the
rtudent, man or wo
man, who is now
spending the last year
at Missouri is a Sen
ior Pin the single
Column i n gold
bearing the year on
the base. It will lx
worn in all the years
to come wherever
The new Greek-letter Spoons are
leaders this year. They are something
different and make a very beautiful
gift either as a souvenir spoon or in
sets. They have been in stock only a
few days, but already we have sold a
great many and hav e made special or
ders for half dozens and dozens for
And here are also University
Spoons in dozens of different designs.
In giving a spoon, or a set of spoons,
you are always sure to delight a girl
or woman friend there's no such
thing as too many spoons, and es
pecially if they bear a University of
.Missouri emblem. $1 to $3.
Then there are the University
Seals, the letter 51. the combination
U. of M., and various other Univer
sity designs in these gifts:
Belt Buckles for ladies, 75 cents.
.Missouri Rings (like signets), $1.
Hat Pins. 7." cents to $1.7.".
Scarf Pins, 2.". cents to $o.
Tie Clasps. 7.1 cents.
Gold Seal Lapel Buttons and Pins,
$1.7:; to $3.
Watch Fobs, 2," cents to $7.
Cuff Buttons, $1.30.
Every person who has any interest
whatever in Missouri will be glad to
get a series of pictures giving an
adequate idea of the equipment at
Missouri and of the beauty of its
campus. Our new viewbook is the
latest, and contains twelve large pic
tures, handsomely bound. For ."0
If He Smokes
Christmas boxes containing 12. 2.".. or ."
lirst-tlass Cigars make a gift any smoker
Pipes .Meerchums. Calihash, and French
Briars. Cigarette Cases many designs in
Silver and Gun .Metal.
Does He Shave
And even if he does not, it's a safe guess
he'll bo KIad to begin now. We have these
razors: Durham I)upl. Gillette. Tlie
We have just received a lot of new
Sweater Coats and Jerseys. For both men
and women, we have styles, sizes, anil
weights to suit all. .?:; and up.
(Everybody uses 'em)
Beautiful pens with gold bands and gold
coverings. A gift which will be used every
day in the year and next vear, and the
net. Conkling. Waterman. Sdiaefer, Ster
ling, and the Dollar Missouri.
Candy in Christmas
Special Christmas boxes in pounds and