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UXITEBSITX MSSOUMAJf, FBIDA, NQTE5BB 13, 1014
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: Miss Ola Wilhite has returned'
to Browns. " j
Mrs. I. S. Griffith left this morn
ing for Ureka, 111.
A. Willoughby returned to Mont
gomery City this morning.
Miss Dolly Dudlie and Miss Iva
Wright returned this morning to
their homes in Mexico, Mo.
Mrs. SI. L. Lipscomb left this
: morning for Kansas City where
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night 'from Excelsior Springs, SIo.,
where she had been for two weeks.
".Miss Helen B. Sillier of Carthage
who has been visiting here, has
ta gone to Carrollton to visit her sis-
Mrs. C. D. Rice and her daugh
ter, Susan, left this morning for
'; Dorchester, Iowa, to visit rela
J. Kelly Wright and W. J. Mc
Kee, farm institute lecturers, are
attending the Carthage farmers' in
stitute this week.
Sliss Dorothy Thompson and
j Sliss Helen Eastlake left last
night for their homes in Kansas
' City. They will return Sunday
I. S. Griffith, associate profes
sor of Slanual Arts at the Univer
sity of SHssouri, Is in St. Joseph
. today where he is reading a paper
before the State Teachers Conven
tion. Sliss Slarie Wright, Sirs. E. W.
Searfoss and Sliss Rose Eichen-
berger, who have been attending
The King's Daughters' Convention,
returned to Hannibal this morn
W. J. Phillips of Gallatin, SIo.,
spent yesterday in Columbia with
his daughter, Sliss Slary Phillips,
a student in the University. Sliss
Phillips returned to Gallatin last
night with her father for the week
end. W. L. Nelson, assistant secretary
of the State Board of Agriculture,
will leave Columbia this evening
for Carthage where he will deliver
a lecture Saturday. Carthage is
holding a corn show and agricul
tural axhibit this week.
Sirs. C. O. Davis, Sirs. A. T.
Flint, Sirs. W. F. Wood, Sliss E. B.
Glazebrook and Sirs. SI. Brokar,
who have been attending the Cno
vention of The King's Daughters,
returned to St. Louis this morn
ing. T. SI. Jeffords, agricultural agent
for the SI. K. &. T. Railway, was
here today in the interest of, the
industrial department of that com
pany. Sir. Jeffords spent the day
greeting friends in the College of
Agriculture. He will leave for Car
thage tonight to attend the farm
ers' agricultural show now being
HO CLUB Td PLAN
THE YEAR'S WORK
First Meeting to Be Held
Monday at the
. Y. M. C. A.
CLUB HAS PURPOSE
President Hill .Will
Asked to Address
The Ad Club will outline its work
for the year at the club's first meet
ing to be -held at 8 o'clock Monday
night at the Y. SI. C. A. President
A. Ross Hill will be asked to ad
dress the club.
"The Ad Club is not an organiza
tion for the purpose of getting its
picture in the Savitar," said A. C
Bayless, president of the club to
day, "but to interest prospective
students in the University of SHs
souri." The membership of the Ad Club
is composed of two students from
each division of the University, one
from each county, state, and sec
tional club and the members of the
womans' council. AH 'the members
are urged to be present at the
meeting Slonday night.
Last year the club gave a carpi
val which netted $300. This mon
ey was used in advertising the Uni
versity. Students were sent to va
rious high schools in the state.
Their talks on the University were
illustrated with pictures they car
ried with them. News stories of
the University and its students
were sent to the newspapers of the
This year the club has more ex
tensive plans than ever to get pub
licity for the University and to
attract students. The officers of
the club are: President, A. C.
Bayless; vice-president, Margaret
Sliddlecoff; secretary. H. W. Hal
ley; treasurer, A. Johnson.
SOXGS AT MASS MEETJXG
J. L. Stephens, Laugh Sseator, on
J. L. Stephens, one of the most
popular local mass-meeting speak
ers is on the program at tonight's
meeting. On account of his abil
ity to create "laughs," Sir. Steph
ens has been greatly in demand at
mass-meetings of previous years.
Other speakers are E. B. Cauthorn,
E. C. Sleade, Eddie Klein, C. L.
Brewer and some of the St Louis
alumni, who seldom fall to wit
ness the annual fiKer-iiger Dat-tle.
Another feature of the mass
meeting will be songs by the Glee
Club. A quartet, supported by the
club, will sing the "war songs" of
other universities, and also some
songs which have been submitted
by students here. Among them
will be "On Wisconsin," one of the
most stirring college songs. The
local song which has the most
supporters will be played by the
band at the Kansas game.
U. II. S. PLAYS KEMPER
Columbia Team Heels Military
Eleven In BoonvlIIe Today.
The football team of the Univer
sity High School went to BoonvlIIe
today to play the Kemper SHHtary
Academy team there tomorrow.
The line-up of the high school
team will be: B. Nicholson, c; C.
Nicholson, r. g.; Pitts, I. g.; Sta
blein, r. t.; Stoessel, I. t.; Hun
gate, r. t.; Clemenson, 1. e.; Ar-
buthnot, q. b.; Conley, r. h.; S'Ren
co, 1. h.; Slalone, f. b.; Toalson,
Buck, Chambers and Calvert. Coach
H. C. Weltmer accompanied them.
GIYES 3IUSICAL AT C. C.
C. H. S. PLAYIXG SEDALIA
A Kewple Is the Mascot of the Co
The C. H. S. football team will
play the Sedalia High School this
afternoon at Sedalia The men
making the trip are: Captain
Schooler, Rhys, Rutledge, Pritch
ard, Schwabe, Henderson, Vanatta,
T. Shutt. SI. Shutt, Wayland, Gar
nett, Esrey and Colman. A new
pennant has been adopted by tho
high school for its teams to carry
on grips when they leave Columbia.
This pennant has the name of the
school, the team and a Kewpie's
picture. The Kewple as mascot
last year, won such fame that It
has been adopted as the name for
the C. H. S. teams.
Mrs. St. Clair-Moss Introduces the
Misses Hopkins and Wickes.
Sirs. St. Clair-SIoss gave a musi
cal in the chapter of Dorsey Me
morial Hall at Christian College
yesterday afternoon to introduce
Sliss Jessie Lynde Hopkins, con
tralto, and Sliss Slarguerite L.
Wickes, pianist Sliss Hopkins and
Sliss Wickes were assisted by Al
vin Barton, violinist, and Cady
Kenney; pianist The rostrum of
the chapel was decorated with
After the program the guests
were received in the library. Sirs.
St Clair-SIoss, SHss Hopkins, Sliss
Wickes, Sir. Kenney. and Sir. Bar
ton were in the receiving line. The
library was decorated with palms
and yellow chrysanthemums.
The women who assisted the hos
tess were: Sirs. J. L. Stephens,
Sirs. Irvln O. Hockaday, Sirs.
Charles C. Bowling, Sirs. John E.
Sykes, Sirs. Berry SIcAlester, Sirs.
Charles B. Sillier; Sliss Hortense
Gerhart of Kansas City, Sirs. J. C.
Jones, Sirs. Frank Walker Poor,
Sirs. John Pickard, Sirs. Rosa R.
University Chickens Vaccinated.
Roup, a contagious poultry dis
ease, has infected about twenty of
the prize birds of the poultry de
partment of the University of SHs
souri. The chickens of several
breeds, all having the disease In
its early stages, are receiving
treatment with a roup vaccine pre
pared by the class in "contagious
diseases of farm animals."
Smoker for Commerce Students.
The students in the School of
Commerce will hold a smoker at 8
o'clock Saturday night. All pre
commerce students and others who
are interested in this division are
Invited to attend. Dean H. J. Dav
enport will speak.
To St. Charles to Sister's Wedding.
Sirs. W. L. Nelson and parents,
Sir. and Sirs. W. J. Bosehert of
Bunceton, Mo., will return to Co
lumbia this evening after attend
ing the wedding of Joseph Simon
and Sliss Helen Bosehert which
occurred Tuesday at St. Charles.
For Renk Rooms to students or
for light house keeping at south
west corner of campus. 505 Conley.
Phone 448 White. 17tf
Furnished room for rent across
street from campus. Phone 702
Green or call 509 South 6th St.
One half room for rent at 705
Hitt St Mtf.
Southwest room for rent. Close
to University.. Two large front
windows. Phone 1064. H56
Two rooms for rent to students
at 500 Turner. Ktf.
One second floor room for rent.
$14.00 a month Pemberton Hall.
A loose leafed, leather backed
note book lost. Finder please re
turn to Nell Kimball, 605 Sanford
Place. Phone 584 Green. K56
An old fashion gold cuff link lost
Return to 802 Virginia Ave. or
phone 1113. Reward. G55
Delta Sigma fraternity pin, set
with opals, lost Return to 718
SHssouri Avenue or phone 761
Black. Reward. P55
Any information regarding the
whereabouts of Lester A. Omer,
who disappeared April 28, 1914,
from the University of SHssouri
will bo greatly appreciated by his
parents, and a liberal reward is of
fered. Sir. and Sirs. O. C. Omer,
Park Hotel, Carterville, Ga. W55
The Unverslty SHssourian will
pay 5 cents for the first six copies
or tne Sept. 20 Issue, tnat are
brought to the office. tf
Tenon wanteds for Chautauqua
work. Address T. S., SHssourian.
Sewing done at 1109 Locust St.
Have your piano tuned by an ex
pert, J. E. Blaser. Phone 1328
Hussman's antiseptic corn and
bunion remedy. All druggists 25
ii you want to save money on
your butter bill. Call W. N. Searcy,
722 White. S75
Private dancing lessons: One
Step, Hesitation, Fox Trot, Canter,
Slaxlxe, Argentine, Half and Half.
Sliss Drescher. 715 Black. Dtf.
Dancing lessons taught private
ly at 505 Conley 'Ave. Phone 448
Woman's Exchange, for cakes,
cookies, and candies. Saturday,
No. 1003 Broadway. W55
New Skating Rink opens Satur
day afternoon for children only
15c. If you bring your own skates,
10c. Open from 2 to 4:30 o'clock.
Second door east of Columbia The
ater. To arrange for private skat
ing parties phone N. SI. Coleman,
562 White. Q55
We have only 18 of
these mops. They are
best quality Wizards
just the thing for your
floors. They'll go fast.
Phone 147 or-Call.
Mass Meeting Tonight
You can't win, without the right spirit:!
wear an arm band make some noise.3
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Miss Anna Barton Marries.
Sliss Anna Barton, 28 years old,
and R. P. Phillips, 32 years old,
were married at 8 o'clock last
night by the Rev. A. W. Pasley.
Both live in Columbia. Sir. Phil
lips is a contractor and plasterer.
Miss Barton has been, employed at
the Rogers Dry Goods Store.
Delta Gammas Coming.
Dorothy Kremer, Ruth Kelso,
and Slaud Sillier, members of the
'Delta Gamma sorority at Wash
ington University, will be guests
at the Delta Gamma house this
COMPANY A WINS GAME
Unhcrslty Hlgb Loses, G-0. Win
ners to Play I. X. L. Team.
Company A of the University
Cadet Corps won the football game
from the University High School
yesterday by the score of 6 tg 0.
ine company A team will play
a game with the I. X. L. team Sat
Commerce Students to Meet.
Students of the School of Com
merce of the. University will give
an entertainment for pre-commerce
students at 8 o'clock Saturday night
in the Commerce Building. Dean
H. J. Davenport and a member of
the Columbia Commercial Club
Cottage Cheese White Eagle
Dairy. Phone 360. Adv.
Be sure to call at Woman's Ex
change Saturday, for Sunday deli
"Half cent a word a day"
ever shown in Columbia.
The beautiful statuary dis
played by the Adams Jew
elry tore on North Eighth
street. We have everything
in statues and busts to suit
all purses, from 50c to $25.
1st Door North of Central
Bank, opposite N. Y. Store
It saTes your time In prepar
It enables you to meet faculty
requirements for neat, leg
It enables yon, If yon wish, to
earn money by type-copying
papers for other, students.
These are reasons enough
why the student should own
BRYAN REASSURES WILSON
Mechanical Engineering Society.
The American Society of Sle
chanical Engineers held its regu
lar meeting in the Engineering
Building last night E. E. Slorgan
and J. C Squires were the speakers.
Dean and Mrs. James Entertain.
Dean Eldon R. James of the
School of Law of the University
and Mrs. James entertained the
members of the junior law class at
a reception at their homo, 507 Rol
lins street, yesterday afternoon.
Secretary of State Tells President
Mexican Situation Not Alarming.
By United Tress.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. Bryan
called on Wilson today and as
sured the President that there was
no cause for alarm over the Slexi
can situation. The administration
will continue the "watchful wait
ing." believing that the Mexican
factions will work out their own
Room for Rent, single beds.
Ideal location. Apply 600 S. Ninth.
Phone 1044 White. ktf
Second floor room for rent at 719
Gentry Place. Phone Sirs. Tally
343 Green. 45 tf.
MODEL MEAT MARKET
909 Broadway Phone 270
is just the machine the stu
AND THE PRICE IS FIFTY
A demonstration will con
vince you that it is the ma
chine you need.
On display at the
SEE the Tigers beat
row wear an Artcraft Balma
caan or a Bal Mackinaw from
SIS, $18 and $20
Bal Mackinaws, $20
WE have just received an
other shipment of Bal
macaans for both men and wo
men also Balmacaan Hats.
A FTER the Washington
--- game, it s on
in Barth attire.
"VT'OU can find the latest in
-- everything in Men's and
Young Men's clothing at this
Our Big Remodeling Sale
Continues for 10 Days.
J. S. Moore to Alumni Luncheon.
J.. S. Moore of the Y. M. C. A.
left yesterday for St. Joseph to at
tend an alumni luncheon given by
C. R. Ennis, '10, the local repre
sentative of the alumni committee
of the University Y. M. C. A. The
luncheon will be at the Rubideau
Hotel. President Hill will speak.
Miss Helen Moore Ylsits Here
Miss Helen Moore of Brookfield,
Mo., who was a student at the
University last year, arrived this
afternoon, and Is visiting at the
Pi Beta Phi house.
Particular Dressers Demand
Cloth Top Shoes
because Fashion has
This shoe in the pat
ent and dull finish; also
the plain top. See.
them today. -Price
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OUR READY - TO - WEAR DEPARTMENT
is most complete comprising the very latest
in Ladies', Misses and Children's .Coats.
Prices $2.00 to $30.00. Drop in and give us
a look before buying.
We also have a complete.line of Separate Skirts which are
the very latest in both fabric and style. Priced atS4 to12.
We will give a discount of 25 per cent off on all Furs for
the next 10 days only. .
Vote for your favorite newspaper.
O tie vote with evety 25c pu? chase.