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THE DAILY M1SS0UBIA2T, MONDAY EYEKIKG, DECEMBER 18, 1916.
Page Fire
DADE COUNTY CLUB FINDS
Noted Ethics Professor Is Dead.
Charles Edward Hart, 69 years old,
professor emeritus of ethics at Rut
gers College and a frequent contribut
or to magazines, died suddenly Satur
day at New Brunswick, N. J. He bad
been at Rutgers since 1880, previous
to which he was a Presbyterian min
ister. He was a Princeton graduate.
To Discuss Shoe Company Contracts.
The boanfbf directors of the site i.f
the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Company,
and the trustees of the property will
meet in the rooms of the Commercial
Club at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night.
Recommendations of the committee
regarding the contracts -with the shoe
company will be discussed.
W. G. Tarr to Receire Ph. D. Degree.
W. A. Tarr, associate professor of
geology will leave tonight for Chica
go where he will receive the degree
of Ph. D. from the University of Chi
cago. Mrs. Tarr will accompany him.
They will remain in Chicago during
the holidays.
THAT ADVERTISING WORKS
TeaCherS Wailted ,r Christmas vacancies and spring elections.
... . . Salaries are good in the West. Enroll now so
that we may have tune to get your references. No commission until ou get a
GRAHAM TEACHERS AGENCY, Pocatello, Idaho
pflEEHI
Top row: King, Preston, McConnell, Warren, Mason.
Middle row:. Comegys, Butcher, Kir bf, Collier, Carr, Allen, Bartllng.
Bottom row: Slorrls, Riley, Miss Collier, Miss Finley, Miss Murray, Rube
ostein.
From a growth of two students in
1913-14 to fourteen regular session
students and one short course stu
dents In 1916-17 is the record of Dade
County at the Unhersity. Until a few
years ago Dade County was scarcely
represented, at the University, but it is
seldom now that a student goes to
any other institution after being
graduated from high school.
For the last three years, the coun
ty club has had organized publicity
work. This is done primarily through
the county newspapers, although some
personal work is done during the
Christmas vacation. This year a free
basketball game between the M. U.
boys and the Greenfield High School
team is planned. The publicity is
about the home students at the Uni
versity, in whom the people there are
most interested. Little is said about
the University in general.
The officers of the club are: Presi
dent, Miss Beatrice Pinley, Greenfield;
vice-president, 0. Elbert McConnell,
Seybcrt; secretary-treasurer, Roy E.
Carr, Lockwood.
FACULTY TO YISIT FRATERNITIES
ran-llellenic Council Plans for Week
ly Talks by Teachers.
A plan is being formulated by the
Pan-Hellenic Council for a committee
of fourteen members of the University
faculty who are to visit each one of
the fourteen chapter houses. A regu
lar night each week will be assigned
to each fraternity, and on this night
eich of the chapters will have one of
the members of the visiting commit-
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Half a Cent a Word a Day.
ROOM AND BOARD
Rooms nuJ board for two girls. Mrs.
Murphy, CIO College. Phone 045.
I M. 64-70 tf.
Boom and board for girls at C02 Conley
Arcane. W. 90-S6.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT: One room for men at 511
Tomer Avenue. This is an excellent room
tsd has lost been Taeated because party
hii position. F. 81-94.
FOR RENT: One block from Univer
sity. One-balf of southeast front room
Prlte 15.00. Thonc 1071 Red, 317 S. 6th
Street K. 89-tfc
Six room apartment, 203 South Eighth
street Strictly modern. Apply to McDon
nell Brothers. C. 79-tf.
One bedroom in a modern house. SOS
Christian College Avenue. J. 29-tf.
Two rooms next door north of T. M. C
A. Phone 974 Red. O. 20-tf.
Wmted: A room mate for student Next
ooor north T. M. C. A. O. 38-tf.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Six room apartment, 203 South Eighth
street Strictly modern. Apply to S. H.
Levy at Levy Shoe Co. C. 78-tf.
HOUSES FOR RENT
FOR RENT: One fourteen room mod
era house at 607 Maryland. Possession
Msrch 1. Phone 1156 Red. O. 90-tf.
LOST AND FOUND
tec as a dinner guest. After dinner,
the faculty member will make a short
talk on current problems of the Uni
versity and of the student body.
Court Meets to Balance Books.
A special session of the County
Court began this morning to balance
accounts against the county for 1910.
Court will last several days. It is ex
pected that the books will be balanced
before the new year.
Cnff Link, with initials "A. W. E." on
Brosdway. Finder return to Mlssourlan
ouice or phone via. . u.
LOST: A Shaffer fountain pen between
713 Missouri Ave. and the south-side en
trance of Academic Hall. Finder please
poone ioio Black or return to lis Mis
souri Ave. T. 83-90.
LOST: Thursday Note Book of Edna
Kochtttiky, In postofOce or Boone County
"list Return to Mlssourlan office.
J. S. K. 90-93.
LOST: On Ninth Street, between Snn
"jslde Grocery and Fredendall's a Christ
mas package containing a wrist watch.
Finder please return to 103 South 10th St
nd receive reward. S. 91-92.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE: Mlsslssln
Pi farm for sale or exchange for Columbia
Property. For particulars address "h"
!?Mlssourian. 91-94.
TEACHERS WANTED
,"Teacbers wanted for our varied calls.
vissonri Teachers' Agency, KlrksvllI. Mis
souri w tr T A frf
70-M. T. A. tf.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED: To rent rooms for light
nonseieeplng or to club with some one t
fwt entire bouse. Apply to W. W. Langs
"n, 110 Dorsey. Phone 769 Red. ' '
h. 91-94.
,. TYPEWRITING
Manuscripts typewritten accurately and
promptly. 50 cents a thousand words, In
onainp one carbon copy. Good bond paper
M. Special rates on books. Mall orders
Promptly oiled, rostage or express pre
pid on typewritten manuscript Miss E.
Jjoeeta Qulnn, 516 Guitar Building,
fittae 331. 0. 87 tf-
-WABASH MARKET
Tuesday and Wednes
day Specials
Telephone 888
We have fine Christmas oranges.
Leave your order now before they are
picked over. . We will deliver these
any day, 20c dozen, S dozen, 35c
Other sizes, 25, 30, 35 and 40c a
dozen.
Christmas candy (no cheap stuff),
lb. 20c
Mixed Nuts, THIS TEAR'S, lb. 22Hc
15c Corn, 2 Cans ..i .'. 25c
Best 35c Coffee on Market, lb. . 30c
Fine Asparagus, Can 15c
10c K. C, B. Powder, 2 Cans 15c
10c Tomato Palp (for soup) ...
3 Cans 25c
10c Grapefruit, 2 For 15c
Hominy, Can 10c
Pumpkin, Can 10c
Washing Powder, 7 Boxes 25c
Fine House Kraut, 3 lbs. 25c
Large Dill Pickles, dozen ...'... 20c
Olives, Qt 25c
No. 3 Splendid Peaches, Can . . 15c
5c Soap, 8 for 25c
15c Pears, 2 Cans 25c
Kraut, Can 16c
Sliced Pineapple, (Can) 15c
15c Green Beans, 2 Cans 25c
15c Peas, 2 Cans , 25o
25c CatsBpTBottle 20c
Suukist Dried Peaches, 2 lbs. . . 25c
Snnklst Dried Prunes, lb. 15c
Pork Chops 22c
Pork Steak 20c
Round Steak . 25c
B. Bacon, (Splendid), lb. SOc
Chuck Steak 20e
Prime Rib Boast, lb. 18c
Pork Sausage, lb. 18c.
We Give S. H. Stamps. '
1 1917 PADS II
1 GEM CALENDARS 1
I CO-OP
-I TOBACCO; I
THE best tilings in life are the
commonest. Thar's plenty of
friendships plenty of sunshine
plenty of landscape an' yo' can get
VELVET at any
tobacco store.
frfif
A Chafing Dish
A Coed's short order lunch and candy maker
CHAFING DISHES make suitable gifts for
either men or women. There's the breakfast
that must be hastily prepared ; there's the light
lunch for visiting friends; there's the hun
dreds of times a chafing dish can render a per
sonal service stormy days, Sundays and lazy
days. '
CO-OP chafing dishes are strongly made in
either the copper or nickel finish.
A Coed's room is not complete without a chaf
ing dish do you know a room that has none?
CO-OP
Spend yoiir purchase slips at 7?
ROUND TRIP FARES to
Oklahoma, Kansas and Southwest Missouri
from Columbia
Via Wabash
Joplin
Carthage
Webb City
Jasper
Cartervllle
Lamar
Mountain Grove .
Willow Springs
30
&20
8.20
7.80
&20
7.30
-11.70
.12X5
Pierce City
Tulsa
BartlesTille
Oklahoma City
Ft. Smith
Fayetteville
Ft Scott
Springfield
.$9.30
15.53
-12.23
-21.23
oi JUl
..17X6
&20
9.00
VIA KANSAS CITY
Tickets on sale December 20th, 2st and 22nd
Return limit January 9th, 1917
A special train for Kansas City will leave Colum
bia at 4:15 p. m., Thursday, December 21st, running
through ahead of regular No. 9, arriving at Kansas
City about 9:20 p. m. for accommodation of students
for Kansas City and beyond. The train will leave Co
lumbia promptly at 4:15 p. m. and will make no stops
to discharge passengers at intermediate, points. Regu
lar train leaves Columbia 4:20 p. m. andf arrive at Kan
sas' City 9:30 p. m.
STUDENTS' SPECIAL TRAIN
' COLUMBIA TO CENTRALIA
For accommodation of students for St. Louis, Kan
sas City and beyond, who get out of school at 1 1 a. m.
Thursday, December 21st, the WABASH will run a
special train leaving Columbia at 1 1 :30 a. m., Decem
ber21st, to connect with Wabash No. 3, arriving at Kan
sas City 5:30 p. m. and with No. 20, arriving at St.
Louis 3 :50 p. m. Through coaches to Kansas City and
St. Louis.
Kansas City, St. Joseph and
Southwest Missouri Students
For accommodation of students RETURNING
to school from Kansas City and beyond, the Wabash
will run a special train leaving Kansas City Union Sta
tion at 1 1 :30 p. m., Tuesday, January 2nd, arriving at
Columbia 6:30 a. m., Wednesday, January 3rd. This
train will consist of Pullman standard and tQurist sleep
ers, and chair cars, running throqgh tQ Columbia with
out changg of pars.
Stutfepls leaving Qoluvibia jar Christmas Holi
days will please arrange to purchase your tickets and
make your reservation's qs early as possible in order to
avoid a rush on the- date the university closes.
J, C. ABBOTT,
Agent, Wabash Railway Co.
Columbia Mo.
Christmas Money
Sell that unused piece of fur
niture through the Mis
sourian Classified Ads.
PHONE 55
The cost is only a half
a Cent a word a day.
Dr. Virgil Blakemore
OPTOMETRIST
Males tlic best spectacles. Ex.
change Bank Bids., Phone, 943
White.
Embroidery,
Silk, China.
Your friends have not seen
these beautifulOriental goods.
They arc:
Best for Christmas Gifts
Now on display in the
Oriental case.
CO-OP
Get them before they run out
ALEX STEWART
Paper hanging, Interior Dec
orating and Painting.
719 Broadnaj Phone SG'.Red
iis !$ siiSMi
YEE SING
Will call for your
Laundry
Family washing satisfac
orily and cheaply done.
12 S. 7th Phone 745
Mr. Glancy
of
The MARQUETTE
1 8th St. m4 Washington Ave.
St. Louis
A Refined Hotel for Ycur
Mother. Wife and Sister
Rates:
Room with Private Bath
On Person
.50, $2.00. 12.50. 13.00
TvPo Persona:
12.50. 13.00. $3.50. 4.00
Rooms withoutbatK 1 1 and 11.50
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We Will Repair It
All work guaran
teed. We special
ize on Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry
GOETZ & LlNDSEY
918 Broadway
MRS. J. F. MURRY
306 S. Ninth St.
Will take your measure for a Genuine LOMBARD Tailored Middy
Suit, Blouse or Separate Skirt.
Made of U. S. Gorernnjent approved Serge, Flannel, linen or se
lected Cotton goods.
Made by HARRY S. LOMBARD, NaTal Tailor, Boston, Mass.
Samples of materials for your consideration.
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QUADRANGLE ORCHESTRA
Any Numbe OF: Pieces
Call LLOYD THOMPSON-fW 632
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She Sold the Unneeded
Furniture
Mrs. "A. B. " had refurnished several
rooms in her home and found that t
she had many pieces of serviceable
furniture that were not needed.
Rather than throw them away, she tele
phoned 55 and inserted a little want ad
in the Missourian. This ad cost 24
cents and sold $25 worth of furniture.
Let a Missourian want ad beyour salesman
at a half cent a word a day.
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