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L'MTERSITT MISSOCHIA.V, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 19IC
M. U, MEN ARE READY
Most of the University Pro
fessors Going to Cooler
Climates in East.
IIT'S EARLY FOR FOOTBALL,
BUT JUST LISTEN TO THIS
ONE TO BE A SOLDIER
VV. J. Shepard Will Leave
for Training Camp at
Now that the Summer Session at
the University is Hearing an end, the
University professors and their wives
ami families arc beginning to aban
don the cares of school life and turn
their thoughts to vacation trips.
"We're going to spend next month on
the Great Lakes," "We'll probably go
west and live in the mountains for a
month" or "We arc going East" were
the common expressions from the
University folk when they were asked
about where they would spend
their time until the University opened
in September. The main idea voiced
by them all, however, was: "We want
to go to some locality that is cooler
One University teacher, however, is
not so anxious about spending August
in such style; he will utilize the hot
weather month of the year in sclf
nrcnarcdncss. This man is Prof. W.
J. Shepard of the political science de
partment. As soon as the Summer
Session is closed he will make haste
to the Plattsburg training camp.
I'lattsburg, X. Y., where he will do
"squads right," "about face." "present
arms" and other military maneuvers
that will train him for actual mili
tary service. Prominent business and
professional men throughout the Unit
ed States have been at Plattsburg re
ceiving military training since the
camp was formed more than a year
ago in keeping with the big prepared
ness movement that has swept the
entire United States.
Dean J. C. Jones and family and
guest. Prof. E. D. Phillips of Kansas
City, have just returned from Dean
.tones' cottage, "Rivcrview Lodge," on
l:is farm near McBainc. Dean Jones
atid daughter. .Miss Catherine, and
.Miss Edith Miller have left for
a month's visit to places in Colorado.
As soon as the Summer Session is
closed Prof, and Mrs. F. F. Stephens
will leave for Chicago. From there
they will visit during August on the
Director and Mrs. C. L. Brewer and
daughter, Frances, will leave Friday
for Colorado, where they will visit
for a month.
Mrs. J. L. Mcriam and daughter re
turned just a week ago from New
York, where they have been since the
close of school in June with Professor
Meriam, who is lecturing during the
Summer Session in Columbia Univer
sity. Mrs. Mcriam returned with her
If old and experienced players help,
prospects are mighty goad for a win
ning Tiger elecn this fall. Fourteen
letter men of the Missouri football
snuad aie coming back to schoDl in
September, accrding to Director C. I-.
Of tills number, eight are line men
and six backfield aspirants. In addi-
Slusher. Hond, Peoples and Teas. The
most promising of the freshman eleven
are Selbie, .Marshall, Thompson,
Chandler, Simpson, Woodlief. Whisner
The universities of Kansas and Tex
as, both on Missouri's schedule, have
lost men who went to the border with
their respective state militias.
tion to this Hrewer has seven players , "Chuck" Wilson. 1913 Tiger captain
who lacked but several minutes of ac- , and assistant coach last year, is the
tion to make their letters last year, only Missouri man gone. And even
On top of this, some great material ' at that Wilson couldn't play. He was
will be available from the strong 1915 graduated two years ago.
freshman team. Added to this will be Helping Director Hrewer and "In-
other candidates, such as the members dian" Schulte this fall will be the new
of the scrubs, players ineligible last assistant. J. F. Miller, former star of
year and a few dark horses. In all. the Warrensburg Normal Training
Ilrewer expects about eighty-five play- , School, and Charles "Ozark" Woody,
ers to report when the first call for all-round Tiger athlete for the last
practice is issued on September 11. two years.
The letter men returning who play Most of the eighty-five candidates
on the line are Iinsing, 1916 captain, are in different parts of the United
Hamilton, Muir, Van Dyne, Preston. States, but there are five or six M
MacAnaw. Groves and Giitner. Hack- j men attending the Summer Session,
field stars returning are White. Peppy, All of these letter men are taking part
Stankowski. Uider and Pittam. Rut- ; in athletics here, playing golf, tennis.
ledge, an M man from the 1911 season.
will also be eligible. Substitutes from
the 191.1 team expected to make strorv;
showings are Wyatt, McMillan. Haines.
baseball and -basketball. But foot
ball well, the 're just waiting for the
gang to show up. Then watcli them
they will spend their vacation during
August. Mr. Brewer said he Intended
to spend his time playing the moun
tain trout in the Platte River, near
Virginia Cahoon, the 11-year-old
granddaughter of .Mrs. L. ,M. Lips
comb, underwent an operation on the
throat in Parker Memorial Hospital
.Miss Mattie Gerard of McBainc was
admitted to Parker Memorial Hospital
yesterday, suffering with fever.
Prof. H. L. Kempster will depart
tonight for Columbus, Ohio, where he
will "attend a convention of college
poultrymen. From there he will go
to Cold Water, Mich., for a short visit
to his parents. His family has been
at Cold Water for some time.
tain the girls at 315 HItt street at
8:30 o'clock this evening. Those at
tending will be Misses Dixie Pickett,
Irma Roe, Elizabeth Huyett, Mary
Elliss, Elizabeth Stockton, Marie
Crew, Erma Smith, Nora Jamieson,
LcBclva Connelly, Florence Arthaud,
Emma Marschall, Helen Davis, Muriel
Freeh, Ethel Hamel, Marion Burruss,
Hilma Peterson, Stella Minor and Vil
ma Minor and Mrs. Elizabeth .Minor.
I.WKSTK.'ATK COST OF PAPER
Publishers to Seek Cause of Tremen
dous Increase In Prices.
BY ROBERT J. BENDER
(United Press Staff Correspondents
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. Notice of
a real war on print paper manufac
turers was given by newspaper pub
lishers of the United States today at
un open hearing before the Federal
GIRAFFE CLUB PRESIDENT HERE
He's 0 Feet C Inches Tall and Has Ills
Eye on Some Others.
The president of the Giraffe Club
one might say the Most High Giraffe
is in Columbia. He has been in Co
lumbia for eight weeks, and yet this
celebrity has gone practically unno
ticed. The reason is; perhaps, that the
city has so many possible Giraffes of
its own, or that the species Is so com
mon in Missouri. Hut E. J. Knight,
honored president of the Most Top
Lofty Order of Giraffes of the Spring
field Normal School, has gone practi
cally unnoticed, except for those wha
' craned their necks to discover his
face in order that they might recog
nize him on second meeting.
.Mr. Knight is superintendent of the
Buffalo, Mo., schools, a student in
the Summer Session and is 5 feet B
inches tall. He attended the Spring-
CITY AND CAMPUS
Lynn went to St. Louis this morning
to visit friends.
! M. M. Hreur. who lias been stenoc-
T. L. Knight of Kansas City was in rapher for Secretary J. G. Babb this
Columbia today on a business trip. j summer. left for his home this mcrn
I II. Rutlcdgc, a -graduate of the ' ing at Polo. Mo.
University in 1 11 r.. is visiting his pa
rents in Columbia this month. He has
been assistant in anatomy in the medi
cal srho;l of the University of Min-
I nescta for the last year and will re
turn to his work in September.
Mrs. Ai'drey Merchant of Brunswick.
Mo., has as a guest this week her ,
.Mrs. Clara Hickani, who has been
visiting friends here, returned to her
home this morning at Switzler.
I H. F. Major, assistant professor of
; horticulture, left this morning for a
month's visit to hi.-- parents at Ithica.
S. T. Simpson, extension assistant
A picnic supper will be given for
.Miss Anne Frecstrom of Chicago, who
is visiting her sister. Miss Signe Free-
strom, 1327 Keiscr avenue, on the golf
links Thursday evening. Those at
tending will be Misses Louise Tinch,
Eleanor Clark, Anne Frcestrom, Signe
Freestrom and Mary and Catherine
daughter. Miss Ruth. They will re- professor, went to Carrollton. this
turn to their home after the close of, morning on business
Mrs. S. T. Simpson and sister Mar
garet Norris. left for Denver. Colo.,
tiiis morning to visit friends.
S. M. Jordan, institute lecturer for
the State Board of Agriculture, left
for Bloomington, III., yesterday to fill
a date there on the chautaun.ua plat
form. Miss Edith Briggs, a stenographer
in the office of Dean F. B. Mumford,
returned yesterday from Boulder,
Colo., where she has been spending
her vacation of two weeks. Miss Lo
la Scrutchfield. from the office of
Mrs. J. II. Smith, her daughters,
Frances and Florence, and her son,
Clarence, visited Miss Ella Wheeler,
a-student in the Summer Session, over
It. V. Jordon, who has been attend
ing Browns' Business College, arrived
here yesterday to visit his parents.
Dr. W. II. Black of Marshall is here
this week on business.
A. H. Pendleton of St. Louis is here
this week on business.
S. Phillips of Mexico is here on
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Severance will
leave Thursday morning for southern
.Michigan, where they will spend Au
gust. Mrs. P. P. Branham, Mrs. Margaret
Surprise birthday cake as well as
real birthday cake was in store for
Radford Pittam. when the girls at 1104
Hudson gave him a birthday dinner
yesterday evening. The guests were
Mr. Pittam, Misses Elizabeth Bowers,
Emilene Griffith, Mary Ingram and
Violet Benson. The girls giving the
party were Misses Margaret O'Sul
livan. Frances Xeilson, Florence
Barnes, Lucile and Margaret Benson.
Mildred Woodcock and Itenee Gaston
and Mrs. T. G. Benson. Mr. Pittam
will leave for his home in Kansas
City today on account of the illness
of his mother.
Trade Commission. The hearing is
the first of several to be held to de-!field X""! School four years and
termine, if possible, the underlying
causes and a jiossible remedy for the
tremendous increases in the cost of
print paper to publishers.
Representatives of the American
Xewspaper Publishers' Association,
the National Editorial Association, the
Xewspaper Publishers' Association,
and the Xewspaper Manufacturer
Association were present.
That the American Newspaper Pub-
nsnorp Association is preparing a
"war chest" to 'fight the manufacturers
and is compiling data tending to show-
that combination and conspiracy exist
among manufacturers to keep print
paper prices up was announced by
Vice-President Glass of the associa
tion, the first speaker at the hearing.
Glass said general prices on contracts
have increased "." to ::o per cent and j
that publishers desiring extra naner !
have bepn nnmnAllorl in no., ., t,ii. I "9
as 50 to 100 per cent more.
was each year president of the Giraffe
Club, an organization which required
only one qualification, that the neo
phyte be fi feet 4 inches, or more. In
height. The tallest man was, auto
matically, piesident; hence Mr
Equal rights prevailed in the club,
and during Mr. Knight's incumbency
cne woman qualified for membership.
Among the other men about the
campus who might qualify for mem
bership in such a club, according to
the evidence of Mr. Knight's prac
ticed eye, are President A. Ross Hill.
Prof. J. D. Elliff, Prof. S. D. Ororaer.
Dean II. J. Davenport. J. B. Harmon.
I. P. Nicholson and L. M. List.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
For Sale: Detroit Jewel Gas stove.
Virginia avenue. Phone 10S4
.Mrs. J. H. Percival. S09 Virginia
avenue, and her daughter. Miss Mary,
entertained the Pi Kappa Alpha boys
who are In town at a C o'clock dinner
yesterday evening. Those attending
were Paul Chapman. Ira B. Hyde, Jr..
Bert Strathman and J. S. Kerr. Mrs.
J. W. Shackleford of Kansas City, who
is visiting Mrs. Percival, was also a
Misses Mary Lee and Dazarcne
Wilson, .Mynn Roller, Parrish Geiger,
Julia Tillery, Clara Schmidt and Boyd
Brown; Everett Deardorf, Ernest Et-
I ter, Kenneth and Charles Schnaebel
j and Kenneth Russel spent Sunday at
I McBainc. Boating, swimming and a
I trtii- littmVt . f j r t ,-. . nr it
Secretary J. G. Babb. was in company ; ,crtainmcnt
with Miss Briggs during the trip and:
returned with her yesterday. Among those attending the picnic
Miss Lillian Hailer, a stenographer ( given by the research workers in psy-
in the office of Dean F. B. Mumford. chology. south of the golf links at 5
will leave tomorrow for Manitou and ! o'clock yesterday afternoon were Dr.
Somerville and her son, Joe. left for J,llnPr. toio., wiicre she will spend,". H. Pylc. .Misses Margaret .Million,
Long Beach, Cal., Saturday to joinl"01" vacation of one month. Miss Cal-!Nell Rutledge. Cynthia Wilkes, Grace
ine Ennis. Helen Mc-
(Jels Position As Stenographer.
Miss Nora Keegan of Columbia has
recently been employed as stenogra
pher of Dr. Walter McNab Miller.
For Rent: Two furnished rooms
1118 East Ash Street. C2St;tr.
For Sale: Tent. 10x12 feet, 10 ounce
canvas. Phone 1131 Green. R2S7-29::
Mrs. Walter McXab
gone to Denver, Colo., from Chey
enne, Wyo. She is visiting Mrs. C. C.
Bradford, state superintendent of pub
lic instruction. Mrs. Miller will re-
littlc daughter sooner than she had tllrn home in a few days. Wnj)c in
Wyoming she attended a state suf-
Miss Margaret Million will enter-
expected to on account of the infan
tile paralysis epidemic in Xew York.
As soon as the Summer Session is
closed at Columbia University. Pro
fessor Mcriam will go to Frederick,
Md., where he will lecture for three
weeks and rest in the mountains. Mrs.
Meriam and daughter had planned to
join Professor Meriam at that place,
but they will be prevented from do
ing so because those persons who
have had their children in New York
during the infantile paralysis scare
arc barred from other eastern cities.
Mrs. W. W. Charters Jeft Saturday
aftcrnoon for Alberta, Canada, where
she will spend the remainder of the
summer with Dean Charters' parents
on a farm. Dean Charters will join
her at that place shortly after the
Summer Session is closed.
Prof, and Mrs. George Lcfevrc are
spending the summer in the East.
They will return to Columbia about
the beginning of schools here in Sep
tember. Prof, and Mrs. J. D. Elliff will leave
Tuesday for Chicago. They will spend
the remainder of the summer on the
Mrs. W. E. Harshc. They will spend ' Ia firecn will accompany her on the j Beeves, Joseph
the summer there. trip. Grcgor, Helen llogan and Hazel Sum-
has i "" I'ratin of the extension horti- nicrficld; J. B. Steed. J. C. Harmon
cultural department of the College of .and Paul Phitts.
Agriculture at Corvallis, Ore., was a,
visitor of the College of Agriculture'
Dr. W. H. Black, president of the
Missouri Valley College at .Marshall,
Mo., held a conference of rural life
workers in the Agricultural Building
today to determine the fundamental
things in the program for Farmers'
Week next January. Special consid
eration was given to rural organiza-
Miss Agnes Talbert of Fayette re
turned home last Sunday, after visit
ing Miss Jessie Smith, a student in
the Summer Session.
Miss Vivian Murphy, a student in
Kansas Holds Stale Prininrj Today.
Ily l"n!tptl Pre.
TOPEKA. Kans.. Aug. 1. Kansas
political parties through the pri-nar'os
today are nominating the'- state tick
ets for the November elecMo'i Fu'l
tickets, from governor down to coun
ty otlicers. are being named. Three
parties will enter the field .ith a tick
et the Republicans (now in power)
the Democrats and the Socialists. No
Progressive ticket was offered the vot
ers. Governor Arthur Capper has no
opposition for the Republican nomination.
the University last year, left for St. ',ion amI recreation.
Iuis this morning. After spending a ' C E- Van Gent, assistant director
few days there she will go to Orlando, of athletics, left for Ottumwa, la..
Fla.. to visit her brother. Later shejIast niRht. Mr. Van Gent will spend
will go to New York City. She will , two wpcks there before beginning his
return in time for registration in thc;,rin '" t,le East, where he expects to
University. ,s,ay until about September 10. Then
Miss Grace Lynn left for St. Louis!"0 wi" K" ' "e University of Texas
this morning, where she w'H visit ! lo ,,peme director of athletics there.
friends for several weeks. i Director and .Mrs. C. L. Brewer and
The Rev. and Mrs. W. I.. Dorgm of Miss Prances Brewer will leave Sat-
Hannibal and little daughter .-n-1 "Irs. ;urlay for Platte Canyon. Colo., where
W. O. Baker and familv of Cen.ralia !
will arrive in Columbia this t .-ening l
to visit Mr. John N. Taylor. Mr. and
Mrs. Dorgan expect to motor to Cen-'
tralia, where they will be joined by '
Mrs. Baker and family. Mrs. Dorgan j
and Mrs. Baker are daughters of Mr. j
Clay Stark of taulsiana. Mo., is j
visiting at Alpha Tau Omega house. '
We will close our
mill Wednesday and
Thursday at noon to
attend the fair.
BOONE COUNTY MILLING
12 lbs. sugar - $1.00
100 lbs. sugar - -$8.15
20c cherries, can - - - 15c
25c sliced pineapple - 20c
30c coffee, per lb. 25c
15c salmon, 3 for - - - 25c
Kellog's corn flakes, 3 for - - 25c
5c Ivory soap, 6 for - - - 25c
20c table peaches, can - - 15c
20c Asparagus tips - - - 15c
10c Jello, 3 cans for - 25c
10c Kraut, 4 cans for - - 25c
10c Hominy, 4 cans for - - 25c
10c Tomatoes, 3 cans for - - 25c
10c Baked beans - 05c
Aunt Mary's loaf cake (fresh everyday) 10c
Ripe Olives, quart - 25c
Spring Chickens - 23c
2cSoap, 10 for - - - 25c
Lenox soap, 8 bars for - - 25c
10c Milk 05c
New Potatoes, peck - . - 30c
Cantelope, large, 3 for - - 25c
Pineapple - - - - . ioc
12 North 8th St.
Tuesday and Wednesday
2111 Christian College Aw.
,v. k7.j.ii, u U.US .............. C
15c Green Beans, can J0c
W. ('. T. I'. Woman to Lecture.
Miss Christine Tingling of the sci
entific temperance instruction de
partment of the W. C. T. U. of Nor
folk. Va, will lecture at 8 o'clock
this evening on the Stephens College
Mrs. J. II. Percival and daughter, I
Miss Mary, will leave for Kansas City j
Friday afternoon. They will spend the !
rest of the summer in Kansas City
and Richmond. Mo.
Miss Carrie Pancoast. instructor in
home economics, went to Trenton this
morning to visit her parents.
Miss Thelma Chandlers left this ,- . ,
morning for Pittsfield. ,11.. to visit her i AmCnCa" La'y Cr"'
great-grandmother. Mrs. W. B. Grimes, j -0c Icete, box
She was aecomnanieil lit- lmr mucin
Miss Eldred Bentley wh;'has been her3"0 ('offc,' ,b -'
guest for the last two weeks.
I- K. Dinwidilie wpnt fr St I.,s
this morning to attend the National i ""'led Ham, lb .' ;j,c
Tractor show, which is being held!- ,, ,
there from July HI to August 4. Urcakfast I!ac0". ,0 30c
Dr. J. C. Whitten. professor of her- 1 10c Toilet Paper, 2 rolls
ti:ulture. went to St. Louis this nnrn
ing to attend the National Fruit Grow- i ak Cake. (Fine) only
lie Corn Flakes. 2 boxes j;c
ers' Association. Dr. Whitten will de- lr
liver an address there tomorrow and
will discuss other problems pertaininj
t3 fruit growing while there.
5c Washing Powder, 7 boxes .. 2.',c
15c Splendid B. Beans, 2 cans .. 2:
Keep Your Car in Condition
We have the fully equipped shop for repair
ing and overhauling your car.
We have tne only automobile painting and
trimming establishmentin Boone County. Pro
per care of your car keeps it looking respectable
and keeps down the cost of operation and upkeep
The employes of the different departments
of our plant are experts in their line. Our
thorough, complete, careful service is our best
advertisement. It will satisfy you. Satisfac
tion is our working principle.
Comearound and inspectour plant fair week.
JARVIS 4 McHARG
NINTH AND ASH STREET
Miss Vivian Murphy and Miss Grace ! We Give S & H Stamps