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UHIYEBSITY MISSOUBIAV, TUESDAY, JAXFART 11; MIJ.
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A ball cet word a day.
BOARD AXD BOOM
TO RENT Several pleasant rooms
steam heat; new house. 714 Mis
souri avenue; phone 546 white. 4t
FOR RENT Large room, $10 per
month C03 S. 3th. Phone 492
ENJOY your meals. Table board at
Mrs. Wright's $3.30 a week. 602
Conley Ae. 6
P'rj4r. MEALS will be served regularly
vM Vera nfrpr the hnlldavR Rntp finer
week, single meals 35c; Sunday, 50c.
Mr. M. R. Douglas, 1106 Paquln. (9t)
Pemberton Hall will have room for
a few more girls after January 3rd. 3t
FOR RENT A south room, two sin
gle beds. 605 S. 4th. Phone 402 B.
FOR RENT Seven room house
$20. Or will rent either 5 or 2 rooms.
S03 Virginia. 3t
FOR SALE Pit bull terrier pups.
Prince Burke strain. Best all around
. dog known. Affectionate and rella-
Lble. Watch dog. Don't you want a
Tal? See Dr. Cutler. Phone 767-black.
WANTED Boarders by the day.
week or meal. 600 South 9th. tf.
SEW DELIVERY A SUCCESS
Two Months' Trial IToies Efficiency
of Co-operatloa, Say Merchants.
The new merchants' delivery system
which was started in Columbia two
months ago is profitable thus far.
Joseph Hightower, manager of the
company, says: "Our new system of
delivery has proved a success.
There are ten wagons In use at pres
ent, and the deliveries have been more
satisfactory to both merchants and
customers than before.
"Four deliveries are made each day
at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock In the
morning, and 2:30 and 4:30 o'clock In
the afternoon. The last delivery Sat
urday is made at 3 o'clock in the after
noon. This is. of course, better ser
vice than could be supplied by the
Thirteen firms are using the co
operative company for their deliveries.
No Commercial Club Luncheon.
The Columbia Commercial Club
has postponed Its luncheon next
Thursday until the following Thurs
day on account of Farmers' Week.
The Commercial Club is helping the
College of Agriculture find places for
the visitors to stay.
VICTORY J POINT
Missouri Wins Hard Basket
ball Game From War
DANCING Lesions glTa privately
605 Conley. 441 Whit. U4
LOST A small, white Spitz dog.
please phone any information about
same to the Exchange Rank or to
will call for your
12 S. ;th.
Rough basketball featured Mis
souri's hard-earned victory over War
rensburg Normal last night. The fi
nal score was 23 to 22, and the game
was even closer than the score in
dicates. The score was close throughout and
both sides fought hard.
Missouri was always in the lead,
but Warrensburg may oe said to have
as good a team as Missouri since
they played as good a game.
Hoover, the referee, was hooted by
the bleachers for one of his deci
sions, but after he stopped the game
and explained his position, the stands
realized their discourtesy and cheer
ed him. Muc henthusiasm was arous
ed by the rooters. It nas spontane
ous, too, not to the product of an)
The score at the end of the first
half was 14 to 9 in favor of Missouri.
Craig. Marconi l.f.
Palfreyman, Stern I.e.
Summary. Field goals: Craig 2,
Taaffe 3, Bernet 2. Palfreyman 1, Ser
mon 1. Wheeler 3. Jackson 2. Miller
1. Free throws: Taaffe C out of 11
trials, Craig 1 out of 3, Wheeler 8 out
of 17. Fouls: Missouri 17, Warrens
Officials: Hoovei (Baker), referee;
Anderson (Missouri), timekeeper.
THREE CHINESE STUDY HERE
College of Agriculture Attracts All
Celestials Enrolled la University.
Three Chinese stuCents are enrolled
in the University this year. They are
all in the College or Agriculture,
Chang and Tsang came from Shanghai,
having graduated from St. John's Uni
versity, an American missionary
school there. Wong came from Can
ton. Shanghai and Canton were ter
rorized during the revolutionary war,
but were not fields of battle.
Chang will finish his work in June,
but he expects to continue for another
year for the degree- of M. S. He re
grets that the farming system in
China is not modern, not scientific,
and that co-operation is not done
much there. Chang says he likes this
country because of its democratic
Son Horn to Former Columbian.
Mr. and .Mrs. Lowell B. White of
Benton, Ark., announce the birth of
a son, Lowell Lingle White. January
C. Mr. and Mrs. White formerly lived
in Columbia, where .Mr. White had
charge of the publication of the Her
ald. He is now editor and owner of
the Benton Courier.
The K. A. Fire
Should warn you to
Or Call at Our Office, in Haden Building,
Corner 9th and Broadway.
Columbia Insurance & Rental Agency
S. F. Conley, Prcs. F. W. Niedermeycr, V-Pres.
Horace C. Smith, Sec'y and Mgr.
Missourian Want Ads cost only a
half cent a word a day. Phone them
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we believe you will like in
Basement Exchange Bank Bld'f.
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At IwmuHi fileee.
COLUMBIA AUTO CtKFAFT
10S S. It Street.
BOOSE COUNTY POULTRY SHOW PRIZE.
bring them to Henninger's where
they will be repaired by experts
ana returned to you in perfect
we win reg. Tienninger's
910 1-2 Broedway
714 Broadway Phone 288 Black
PHONE 746 MLJtCK
Also Suits and Overcoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
Visitors -- Welcome!
9 Be sure to obtain a
copy of the University
Missourian at the In
formation Bureau each night.
These papers will be given
free to all visiting farmers dur
ing the week. They will contain the
program of all meetings, their time
and a special page of Agricultural
news written by Agricultural students.
I A Big Factor in
I Student Democracy
it 2-. n::M,c nk
university 11111115 wuu.
9 This University institution, lo
cated right on the campus, and
including in its membership one
fourth of the men in the Uni
versity, has always been a center
of college spirit. It furnishes leaders in
scholarship, athletics and all the activi
ties of student life. It is run co-opera-;
lively to furnish board to students at
cost, and has done much to make Missouri a
. a school where any one with determination can
can get an education.
GARRETT 4 MORRIS
13 N. 9th
Moved from 915 Broadway
TUESDAY EVENING 7:30 P. M.
In the University Auditorium.
The Rural Church Problem in America, Clair S. Adams.
My Trip to Panama. .Mrs. Genevieve Clark.
Improvement of Rural Social Life. A. B. Graham.
WEDNESDAY MORNING. 8:30 to 9:30 A. M.
The Modern Tractor. M. A. R. Kelley.
Orchard Insects (lantern slides), L. Haseman.
The Parasites of Poultry, H. L. Kempster.
Wool from Producer to Consumer, H. Hackedorn.
Making a State Farm Pay, C I. Smith.
How to Tell if a Cow Pays; Plans for Keeping Records, P. M.
9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
Cot and Home Mixing of Fertilizers, P. F. Trowbridge.
Orchard Disease-) (lantern slides), G. M. Reed.
The Candling and Grading of Eggs, R. V. Mitchell.
Use of Nitrogenous Concentrates in Fattening Cattle, H. O.
Why I Intend to Remain a Farmer. Robert Hall.
The Silo and Silo Construction, C. H. Eckles.
10:30 to 12:00.
Corn Varieties for Missouri, J. C. Hackleman.
Box Packing Demonstration with Apples, A. P. Boles.
Marketing of Eggs and Poultry. H. A. McAleer.
Sheep Judging, H. Hackedorn.
Preservative Treatment of Fence Posts, E. C. Pegg.
Testing Milk and Cream. L. G. Rinkle, T. C. Reed.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, 1:30 to 3:00 P. M.
The Care of Soils under Systems of Tenantry. M. F. Miller.
Pruning the Apple, J. C. Whitten.
The Fattening of Poultry, H. A. McAleer.
Missouri, the Poultry Queen (illustrated), T. E. Quisenberry.
Tuberculo-is Demonstration. J. W. Connaway.
The County Farm Adviser The Cost; Raising the Money; The
Results (1:30 to 2:13). M. V. Carroll.
The County Farm Adviser and the Rural School Children, S. M.
THE VIRGINIA GRILL
Ninth and Cherry
Columbia's finest Cafe.
Eat where the service
and food is the best.
For visiting farmers we have
made a special rate of
35c per meal
MODEL LUNCH ROOM
11 North 9th
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Bakery 4 Restaurant
We made special
preparations to care
for visiting farmers
Our location on
Broadway will be
convenient for you.