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UXIVE11SITY MISSOURIAX, SUNDAY, OCTOBEIt 19, 191.
LOST Black card case and bill
book combined, Delta Sigma Rho mem
bership card and football ticket in
case. R. W. Jones, phone 52 white, or
Daily Tribune office. (19,2tc)
A. 10 cent want ad may rent your
?10 room. Phone 55.
Pumps are the
of every woman
style and beauty
in evening foot
wear. We illus
trate patent Co
with the new
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At Stephens College
THIS A MARRIAGE FOR 3I0XEY
Miss Garnet Kinsley of Hartford
City, Ind., came to the college Thurs
day afternoon to take up the study of
Miss Mildred Barr, secretary of the
V. W. C. A., read an effective initiatory
service by candle light for the new
nembers Thursday night.
The domestic science department
has added several new ranges to its
A fireplace is being built in the col-
Miss Eula Harding and Helen
Thrash are spending the week end at
their homes at Keytesville, Mo.
Misses Maurine DeHart and Eliza
beth Smith are visiting in Ashland today.
Miss Rearl Cook is attending a fami
ly leunion at her home in Sedalia.
The Beta Sigma Omicron sorority
has elected Miss Frances Oldfield spon
or of the sorority.
I Miss Rachal Teylor entertained the
, members of the Sigma Iota Chi sorori
I ty at her home on West Broadway
' 'as' night.
W. ('. T. T. .Meets Tomorrow.
The W. C. T. U. will meet ai 2:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the
Methodist Church to transact some
important business. All members of
the union are requested to be there.
The program includes devotional ex
ercises lead by Mrs. D. B. Bewick talks
by Mrs. Hertig, Mrs. H. O. Severance
and Mrs. A. V. Kampschmidt, and a
vocal number by the Misses Gribble
1 and Miss Josephine Mitchell.
'King's Daughters Clear $10 for Charity
J at Tom Thumb Wedding.
i Although William Steenberger and
Spencer Shore, the ushers in the Tom
Thumb wedding at the "M" theather
yesterday afternoon, were much smal
ler than most ushers, they were quite
proper and dignified. The guests were
jescoite dto their seats in the usual
The bride. Miss Jeanette Jacks, was '
gowned in white mull. She wore a
wreath of orange blossoms and carried
a bouquet of lily-of-the-Valleys and '
:o;ei The maid of honor. Miss I
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mull and carried a bouquet of pink
Robert Pearman, the groom, enjoy
ed the wedding more than the groom
usually does. He smiled at the guests
i:d the audience, an dapplauded the
and the audience, and applauded the
pi cam was served to the guests after
he ceremony he ate his and insisted
on eating that of the best man. The
best man. Marshal Nelson, looked
around with wonder in his big black
yes and didn't even object when the
?iooni wanted his ice cream.
Frances Allen, the first cousin of
tiie bride, sang, "I I.ove You Truly"
before the ceremony. The second
cousin of the bride sang, "Oh Promise
Me." Crandma Midget, Grace Tandy,
sang "I Cannot Sing the Old Songs."
Grandi'ii Midget, Waldo Pyle, sang
"Silver Threads Among the Gold."
Margaret Williams and Preston Alex
ander, two of the guests, sang "I Love
To Live in Loveland."
The King's daughters cleared about
$40 when all of the expenses were
paid The money is to be used for
a scholarship that the circle supports
in the Forsythe School. This school
is in the Ozark Mountains and was
established to educate mountain chil
Fancy Virginia Sweet Potatoes
95 cents a bushel
Fancy Burbank Potatoes (in bags)
85 cents a bushel
Cor. 9th and Walnut
Peanut Butter Sandwich
Ghicken with Dressing
Steak, on Older
Hamt on order
Hamburger Sandwich . .
Pork Sausage Sandwich
Mashed Potatoes . . '
Peas . . ,
Asparagus on Toast
Sliced Bananas with Cream
Breads with Creamery Butter
Cereals, with Cream
Tea, Goffee, Milk
Cider . . - .
7:00 to 9:00
. ' 7c
. - 2c
12.15 to 1:45
5:45 to 7:15
Supper one-half hour earlier on Sunday.
On the Campus
I'XVKIL .MOIWIILXT AT LEIPZIG
(.'erman, Austrian and Russian Royalty
It rultcil I'rcs.
LEIPZIG. Germany, Oct 18. In the
presence of Emperor William, the
crown prince and His five brothers;
the kings of Saxony and Wurtemberg:
Prince-Regent Ludwig of Bavaria;
Archduke Ferdinand, heir to the throne
of Austria, with a suite of fifty per
sons; a special delegation from the
Czar of Russia, and virtually all" of
the rulers of the German states, the
massive monument commemorating
the "Battle of Xationsj" fought at
Leipzig in 181:5, was dedicated today
with elaborate ceremonies.
The monument commemorates the
downfall of Napoleon the Great. As
Xapoleou is considered the greatest
general in history, so the monument,
commemorating his downfall, is the
largest in the world except only the
pyramids of Egypt. It took ten years
for tiie construction and it cost more
than $1,050,000. The money was rais
ed by private subscriptions, much of
it being given by children. The mon
ument is 304 feet high and its base is
nearly 200 feet wide.
WINTER STYLES FOR MEN
Are now ready for your inspection in our modernly
remodelled store. Suits that fit and hang with a dressy look. They
mark you as a good dresser.
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and hundreds of pat
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Our line in creations for men is more complete
than ever before. We have studied the needs of
careful dressers and can fill them.
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Want to Did on Rooks.
The auction catalogues have now
begun to arrive and will be found in
their accustomed place in the librari
an's ofiice. The same system as here
tofore will be used in bidding and pay
ing the expenses of transportation.
For a Visiting Delta l'lii.
The Delta Phi sorority gave a tea
Wednesday evening in honor of their
visiting delegate. .Miss Alida Vail of
Leland Stanford Universitv.
"The Cur.se of the (.'olden Land."
Distance and I'rosperitj Estrange
the Jlan from His Wife and Hoy. The
unexpected meeting of Father and Son
Brings the Man to His Senses.
The subject dealt with by "Father
and Son," a two part special Vitagraph
feature to be presented at the Star
Theatre Monday, October 20th, pos
sesses an unusual interest for students
of human nature. It tells the story of
a Russian immigrant to America who
climbs the ladder of fortune and estab
lishes a good position for himself. In
toxicated by his success he forgets the
wife and child lie has left behind him
and plunges into a whirl of social
gayety. In order to contract a marri
age which would advance him socially
as well as in the business world, he
plans to divorce his wife.
Despairing at not hearing from her
husband, the woman in far off Russia
also starts for America and, landing
in New York, starts a hopeless search
for him. She and her little son finally,
by a strange coincidence, obtain work
in the factory of which her husband is
the head. The unexpected meeting
of father and son brings the man to
his senses and he realizes the wrong
he is doing them. A reconciliation
follows and the jiroposed marriage is
abandoned. The united husband and
wife continue the battle or life to
gether, each encouraged by the other's
presence and companionship.
"The Curse of the Golden Land" is
sure to meet with a favorable comment
from all who see it The portrayal of
the various characters is unusually
good and the story of the play is filled
wth a heart-gripping interest, (adv.)
"Where Clothes Are Really Tailored'9
That is the simple reason why my
customers are the well-dressed men
of Columbia and the University.
That is why I have SIX experienced
tailors in my shop novy- they are
turning out suits every day.
You can't help but like a suit you
get here. I cut and fit them all
myself. They are fit on you.
Every customer has his own individ
ual pattern. You see the suit in the
making. It is YOUR suit.
Wouldn't it be well to begin think
ing about a fall suit and over
coat one made by
CHRIS. O. EHINGER
1011 East Broadway
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