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UJfiyERSITT MSSOUBIAJT, THURSDAY, OCTOBERS, 1914
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Richard Nunn went to Centralla this
Miss Mary P. Daws went to Browns
Mrs. L. H. Hannah went to Mexico
today to visit.
O. M. Herring went to Mexico to
day on business.
Elmer Throckmorton went to Edina,
Mo., this morning.
James Berkebile went to Moberly
today on business.
L. D. Harper of Centralla was here
today on business.
W. F. Chevalier left on a short busi
ness trip this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith went to
, Moberly this morning.
P. H. Sapp, county assessor, went
to Hallsrllle this morning.
J. R. Moss went to New Franklin
today for a short business trip.
E. C. Anderson, county attorney,
went to Centralla this morning.
Victor Victor and Miss Henrietta
Victor went to Centralla today.
Mrs. J. L. Sublett returned to her
home in Hallsvllle this morning.
Mrs. E. S Stephens and Mrs. F. R.
Gray went to St Louis today to visit
Miss Susan Roddy of McBalne was
shopping in Columbia this morning.
R. J. Campbell, who has been visit
ing here, returned today to St Louis.
Mrs. W. T. O'Rear went to Browns
this morning to visit Mrs. Marietta
James Gettus left for his home in
Joplin last night He will return to
Columbia next Tuesday.
Miss Grace Allen returned to her
home in Guthrie, Mo., this morning
after visiting Miss Allie Crews.
John M. Evans, living southwest of
Sturgeon, who has been in Columbia
on business, left for home this morn
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson returned
to their home near New Franklin to
day after several days spent in Co
lumbia. Miss Olive Lane, who has been vis
iting Mrs. E. M. Lane, left for her
home in Schenectady, N.' Y., this
Miss Emma Gray, who has been vis
iting her sister,, Mrs. F. R. Gray, re
turned today to her home in Nash
Mrs. L. D. Brewer, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M. Mc
Afee returned today to her home in
G. L Norvell and daughter, Mrs. R.
M- Wooderson, returned to Okmulgee,
Okla., this morning after visiting Co
Miss E. V. Dobbs of the University
faculty went today to Lamine, Mo.,
where she will address the teachers
of Cooper County.
Mrs. J. A. Harris returned to her
home in Sedalia today after a few
days' visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Chambers.
J. Kelley Wright, Institute lecturer
for the State Board of Agriculture
left this morning for Glenallen, Mo.,
to conduct a farmers' institute.
Miss Virginia Griswold, stenogra
pher in the extension department of
the University, was called to Salis
bury by the Illness of her sister Tues
day. Oscar Morgan of Kansas City left
Columbia this morning after invest
igating the University for several
days, deciding whether or not to have
his son take the Short Course in Ag
SOLDIER, IN LETTER,
RELATES WAR TALES
Student (Jets Thrilling War
News From One of
BLAMES THE ALLIES
Photographs of Wounded
Show Use of Dum-Dums,
- He Says.
Good things to eat at Richards' meat
market Made by the Mothers' Class
of the Christian Church. '"" Adv.
Half cent a word, a day
Room for Rent single beds. Ideal
location. Apply 600 S. Ninth. Phone ,lbrary hat rack Jn Academic Hall
Reward for return to room 16 Benton
Dressmaking at 709 Locust St 41.
Dauclug lessons tau0ut privately at
505 Conley Ave. Prone 448 White. 3tf
Hussman's antiseptic corn and bun
ion remedy. All druggiots 25c. H58
T. Parsons fine shoe repairing. 8tf.
Fine shoe repairing done by Daw
son at F. & M. Shoe Store. tf.
Taken by mistake engraved gold
handled umbrella last night from
"Photographs of injured persons in
the German hospitals are to be made
in accordance with the advice from
physicians, which after the conclu
sion of peace, will present a flaming
accusation against certain of the Al
lies for the use of ammunition which
is absolutely forbidden by the recog
nized principles of international law."
This is taken from a letter in Ger
man received by Miss Jessie Rogers,
a student in the University, from a
soldier in the German army.
"In the German field hospitals are
lying at this moment seven German
soldiers whose eyes have been cut
out Added to this are the many in
stances where tongues of wounded
A DOLLAB FOE THE BEST
and the only expense to you
will be that of a few minutes' time
and a postage .stamp.
The Missourlan wll pay ?1 for the
best contribution to a new depart
ment in the monthly Missourlan
Magazine. This department will be
Bright Sayings of Columbia Children
The name of the child fuoted may
or may not be given. Be sure to
sign your own name, though it will
not be published. Letters must
reach, the editor by November 10
1044 White. . Ktf
For Rent Rooms to students or for
light house keeping at southwest cor
ner of campus, 505 Conley. Phone
448 White. 17tf
BOARD AND BOOMS.
Two first floor rooms for rent Sit
ting room with large window and bed
room with two windows. Large car
pets. Two or three men can occupy
either comfortably. Call at 708 Mis
souri Ave. . W41 1
Nicely furnished rooms. Reasonable
prices. Commercial Hotel, opposite
Postofflce. Phone 1246. B43
Large southeast front room at 403
Matthews, half biucK livnu Ag. Build
ing, vacated by person going to
Farmhouse. Phone 965 Mtf
A modern nine room house on
prominent avenue, excellent location
near University campus. Inquire at
University Missourlan. D50
One No. 5 Underwood Typewriter
Suits are more
ever this season for
street and afternoon
The variety of cor
rect stvles is lame
for sale, little used and In fine condl- .
tlon at half price ($50.00), also a Vic- eriOUP"Il tO Permit
every woman to express
her own individual Laste.
No rigid style ideas must
!lbe followed to be in
- ness in the
way the upper
meets the vamp in
THIS model with
- long, flowing
lines, narrow toe and
high Louise heel is
one .of the newest
shapes this season.
3T. U. DAIRY EXHIBIT BEST
Illinois Dairyman Writes Praises of
Display From This UnlTersIty.
That the dairy exhibit of the Uni
versity of Missouri, now being shown
'at the National Dairy Show at Chi
cago, is the best there, has been af
firmed by many competent Judges in
cluding C. W. Nye, a widely known
Illinois dairyman. Mr. Nye wrote the
dairy department of the University
"I have been attending the National
Dairy Show at Chicago and went
through your exhibit I The exhibit
concerning carotin probably was
the simplest and most instructive
among those sent" to the show from
Prof. L. G. Rinkle and Prof. C. H.i
Eckles of the University are at the
show. They will return to Columbia
the last of this week. The show will
soldiers and civilians were cut out,
their arms and legs hacked off and
other Indescribable cruelties Inflicted.
"The photographs will form a
grewsome document for all time, and
are, In the face of the monstrous lies
which our enemies are spreading" re
garding alleged German brutalities,
exceedingly Important for the future
"Isn't this an outrage crying to
Heaven? But Germany will some
day have an accounting. And this
accounting will be a mighty one, the
like of which the worlds history can
not present; Feel with me and you
will come to the realization that we
uermans are in the right and must
protect our rights.
"Through darkness unto light;
Through battle to the victory!
"I am sending you one report In
German and one in English regard
ing the war situation. War has been
forced upon us, and so victory will
be destined to us. Have you already
heard the various reports about our
great successes which our troops
have attained? Germany has to fight
against four powers, ret it will.
through God's help and the great
valor of our armies, soon arrive at
"On September 15, I, too, became
a soldier and perhaps In the near fu
ture I must go to the colors.
"Our motto Is: 'We Germans fear
God, nothing else in the world'."
The circular inclosed in the letter
contains the message from the Kaiser
to President Wilson In regard to
dum-dum bullets, the use of which is
forbidden by international law. It
also tells of other cruelties Inflicted
upon German soldiers.
tor-Victrola talking machine with
a large number of records at less than
half price ($40.00). Apply at this of
fice or phone 397. T 42
For Sale or Exchange A few ,-rms
and some city property. M. A. Horn
back. Office in Nowell Bldg. H43
Lost a small leather purse contain
ing $95.00 in gold and currency. Phone
or write to Missourlan office regarding
A young man wanted to fire fur
nace for his room. Apply 104 Glen
wood. , W42
Have your piano tuned by .an ex
pert, J. E. Biaser. Phone 1328 Red.
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8th st Phone 779 Black. U27tf or tne flowing DacK model in
The University Missourlan wiU pay j fancy mixtures and plaids IS
5 cents for the first six copies of the
Sept 20 issue, that are brought to the
Thisweek we have
many new suits with eith
er the loneor the short coat;
all specially priced Friday and
Our line of coats is
unusually smart. In girl
ish garments the flare bottom
Q Let us clean and pi ess
that suit. Price $1.25
fl Send your uits to us
Join the Pressing
Club. Three suils
pressed, price . SI 00
9 Fast service, ood
work and fair prices.'
S erke s r-
Also more tailored mod
els in staple clothes. All satin
waists underpriced. $5.00 val
Plant Them Today
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Spring and Winter Blooming Bulbs
Our Cut Flowers
For All Occasions, Are the Best .
Chrysanthemum season is here,
don't forget the big yellow ones will
be worn at the game Saturday.
Phone X fiY&&YQrfri4j
Tail t and Cleaner
22 S. 9th St.
Upper right hand
cqrner of page 3.
Call 708 Red
All-Senior Officers Elected.
Robert Burnet was elected vice- I
president or me au-senior class Tues
day afternoon. The other officers
elected are: Secretary and treasurer, !
Margaret Carrlngton; sergeant-at-arms,
G. R. Taaffe; student members
of the Committee on Intercollegiate
Athletics, J. W. Murphy and R. D.
Groves. E. L. Webb, all-senior pres
ident, had already been elected.
Fix that number firmly
in your mind.
It stands for quick- ser
vice and up-to-date
methods in photographs.
The Fit Wont
Strawn-Holiand Dry Goods Co.
H laanmiiiiCTiiiiawiioiJiiiiuiiuuu 1
Make an appointment today
North Side of Broadway.
Louisiana Livestock Expert Here
G. E. Kesom, superintendent of the
livestock extension service of the Bu
reau of Animal Industry, Tras in Co
lumbia Tuesday consulting Dean P.
B."Mumford. Mr. Kesom Is stationed
Button, High Heel, in
Patent and Gun Metal. r
S There's a reason for our success in
the hardware business. Goods that are fair in price,
and satisfying in quality and a desire to serve you well tells the story.
STOVES and TABLEWAEE
Barler Oil Heaters
Perfection Oil Heaters
Cole's Hot Blast Heaters
Stove Repair Parts
Gillette Safety Razor
Auto-Strop Safety Razor
The Ender Safety Razor
Durham Duplex Safety Razor
Safety Razor Blades
Never-full Razor "Sharpeners
1847 Silver Table Spocns
3 In 1 Oil
Wool Wall Brushes
Scrub Brushes and Mops
Electric Mazda Lamps, 10 to
Electric Foot Warmers
Electric Reading Lamps
Electric Curling Irons
Electric Washing Machines
Tires and Framei
Tubes and Cement
Only a few
'Remember Any thing in Hardware.
at Baton Rouge, La.