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Newman's
Christmas
Suggestions
Presents that
are useful
and lasting.
Razors and Strops
Smoking Sets
Thermos Bottles
Chafing Dishes
Casseroles
Five O'clock Teas
Ramekin Sets
Carving Sets
Silver Plated Ware
Percolators
Caloric Fireless
Heaters
Tool Cabinets
Ice and Roller
Skates
Crumb Trays
Shot Guns and
Rifles
Aluminum Ware"
Newman
Hardware 4
Stove Co.
904 Broadway. Phone 234
COLUMBIA, MO.
SLIGHTLY spaced
front Made of white
Madras. Exceedingly
smart 2 for 25c
Arrow
COLLARS
Cluett, Peabody t. Co, Troy, N. Y.
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At BeassaaWe Mees.
CALL 96
COLUMBIA AUTO COHTAUT
108 S. Sth Stret
TONIGHT
(University
Auditorium) .1
Hear
Mme.
Gadski
The world's
greatest Soprano
Ton nay mever have
another chance to hear
anything much
worth your while.
The ftreateat atara
rarely leave the big
citiea oi the East.
SHORT HOLIDAY FOR THEM
High School Students Will HaTe aVa
cation of Ten Days.
The trustees of Columbia High
School decided last night to dismiss
the high school from Friday, Decem
ber 20, until Monday, December 30,
for the Christmas holidays. This is
the shortest Christmas vacation al
lowed at any of the schools of Col
umbia and is shorter than is usually
allowed at the high school. The short
period was allowed this year because
the high school began later than us
ual last fall and a longer recess would
put the close of school in June. The
authorities want to finish the term
before June 1.
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has a good effect on the skin, closing
the pores bo that they are not so
open to the cold."
Mr. Field intends to give sometime
during the year a series of five or
six-minutes talks on personal hygiene
to the gym classes.
"A cold is an infectious disease,"
says Dr. W. J. Calvert, professor of
preventive medicine. "There are two
ways of Infection, one from the out
side when germs flying about in the
air get into the body through the nose
or mouth, and auto-infection, that
which takes place from germs already
in the body when the natural resist
ance is lowered.
"Whenever the body is chilled or in
any way the circulation is driven
from the surface of the body, there
is a congestion of the blood in the
mucous membrane of the nose and in
fection results. The cold germs are
transmitted In the secretions of the
mouth and nose. Whenever a person
sneezes the germs are thrown out into
the air.
How Colds Spread.
"A cold will spread from one mem
ber of a family to all the others, from
one house to all the others in the
block, just as the measles will spread.
Really, the treatment that should be
used Is the same as Is applied In
other infectious diseases quarantine
of the patient. But that well, it will
be a long time before we get to that.
"Anything that chills the body low
ers its resistance and makes it liable
to infection from the cold germs.
Fresh air is a stimulant in keeping
the body in perfect condition. In the
ordinary house, enough fresh air gets
into the room through the cracks
about the windows and doors. Where
two students live in a room, more
ventilation, of course, is necessary."
According to the way some physi
cian has figured it out, it will not be
long until, when a person in a house
gets a cold, he will be shut off in a
room by himself and given a "bacter
ine," which acts like the diphtheria
anti-toxin. All the other people in
the house will also be given the "bac
terine". This doctor's experiments
have shown that a certain germ
causes a cold and that a man may be
at one time immune to it and at an
other time be susceptible. The serum
which he has prepared has also been
successful to a certain degree in cur
ing and preventing colds.
From Another Physician.
"There may be several different
kinds of germs causing colds," says
Dr. A. W. Kampschmidt. "We really
know little about them. There may
be several different kinds of colds,
some worse than others. If we could
get a serum that would work well, it
could be used to prevent and cure
colds, but it is hard to get a serum
that will work the same on all men.
Fresh air is good and a cold shower
in the morning is good for some peo
ple in the prevention of colds."
Summing up, the best way to get
rid of a cold after you have got one
is to do everything that you can to
get back into perfect health again and
help your body fight it out with those
little bad cold bugs. And remember
these things will help you to keep the
germs from getting the start on you:
Sleep with your windows open.
Avoid a draft
Get out into the open all you can.
Take a cold plunge every morning
most of you.
Wear warm clothing, not exposing
any part of the body more than an
other. Eat regularly.
Avoid anything that will lead to in
digestion or constipation.
Take regular exercise.
And any time you see one of those
bad cold bugs swat him.
C. M. E.
GAME "KIDDOO FAILS HERE
A Choice Bit in the Tattler
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Student Attempts to Introduce It bnt
Loses Scire.
The first attempt, made yesterday,
to introduce among the students of
the University the newest but ungen
tlemanly game of "Kiddoo" failed be
cause the principal lost his nerve.
After saying the "fatal word" in the
game he made a hasty retreat.
This sport, which originated among
the students of the Harvard Law
School, is one in which young women
play an important although not active
part Whenever the players see a
young woman, if one of them thinks
she is good looking, he points two
fingers at her and yells "Kiddoo". If
the rest of the party, after looking
her over in a manner that is intended
to be inoffensive, decide that she is
good looking the "Kiddooer" gets 10
points on a possible total of 50; if
not he loses 10 points. When the to
tal is on the winning side the posses
sor is treated by the rest; on the los
ing end the "Kiddooer" must purchase.
SPECIAL RUG SALE!
Why permit a $10 room stay vacant
when it can be quickly rented through
Missourian Want Ada? Paoae S6.
Wei have a limited
number o f fine
Axminster
Rugs
Size 9x12
which we will place on sale while they last at
$16.50
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Write Ideas For Moving-Picture Plays
VllIT CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND
IUU EARN $25 OR MORE WEEKLY
We Will Show You How !
If you have ideas if you can think we will show you the secrets of this fascinating new profession.
Positively no experience or literary excellence necessary. No 'flowery language" is wanted. i
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big film manufacturers are "moving heaven
and earth" in their attempts to get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing demand. They are offer
ing $ioo, and more, for single scenarios, or written ideas.
We have received many letters from the film manufacturers, such as VITAGRAPH, EDISON, ESS
ANAY, LUBIN, SOLAX, IMP, REX, RELIANCE, CHAMPION, COMET, MELIES, ETC., urging us to
send photoplays to them. We want more writers and we'll gladly teach you the secrets of success.
We are selling photoplays written by people who "never before wrote a
line for publication."
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of only one good idea every week, and will write
it out as directed by us, and it sells for only 25, a low figure,
YOU WILL EARN $100 MONTHLY FOR SPARE TIME WORK.
r SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AT ONCE FOR FREE COPY OF
FREE OUR ILLUSTRATED BOOK. "MOTION PICTURE PLAYWRITING."
Don't argue. Write now and learn just what this new profession may mean for you
Don't hesitate,
and your future.
NATIONAL AUTHOR'S
INSTITUTE
$, 6821543 Broadway,
MEW YORK CITY.
For fine
CLEANING,
PRESSING,
REPAIRING,
PHONE 746 BLACK
Also Suits and Overcoats
to measure.
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
Our bread, pies, cakes,
and everything we sell is baked in
our own sanitary shop home
made in fact
The University Din
ing Club and Cafeteria use our
bread.
B. GENTSCH, BAKERY
20 N. 9th - 882-Red
There are
Photographs and
PHOTOGRAPHS
by HOLBORN
910 1-2 Broadway
TANDY'S
Everything in Furniture and Hard
ware for Christmas gifts: Trunks,
suit cases and hand-bags.
Call 5E and subscribe for Missourian
LIVERY-for all occasions.
PHONE 90.
E.G.DAVIS&SON ,?!,..
KEIM'S ORCHESTRA
Music for all occasions
Phones 402 Green or 271
H. E. KEIM, Mgr.
Gadski sings Wednesday.
Fine Tailoring
Cleaning
Pressing
Repairing
Phone
736
"SSt Daily Brothers VE"
Tomorrow's
University Missourian will carry
the largest singlev advertisement
ever inserted in a Columbia news
paper by a Columbia store. This
advertisement will also be the
largest ever inserted in any Col
lege paper. Don 7 miss it.
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