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THE DAILY MISSOCBIAif, TUESDAY EYESISfi, DECEMBER 1, 1916.
Skaters Popularize Gordon's Lake.
Many skaters have taken advantage
of ice that has formed on Gordon's
Lake on East Broadway. The Jce is
about five Inches thick and very
smooth. Quite a crowd may be seen
there both day and night as long as
the cold spell holds out.
HarthburK Couple to Marry.
A marriage license was .issued this
morning to Fred C. Menke, 23 years
old, and Miss Alice M. Bryant, IS years
old, both of Hartsburg.
THREE DAYS OF LIFE GIYEX UP
tun heat: two rooms, one on
second floor and other on third floor.
1110 Paquln. Phone 1294 White. Mod
ern house, good heat, good location.
Table board if preferred. J. 93-tf.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOK IJKXT: A large nli-ely furnished
room. Mrs. (!. A. ItrailfonI, SOI Locust.
T.OST: A small Mack Schaefer fountain
pen, on l'aiiuln Street leten Collepe and
llltt. Ueturn to offlco. Ilen-ard.
Prisoners Ask Electrocution Today
to "Avoid Christmas Funeral.
By United Press '
. OSSININO, N. Y., Dec. 19. Stanley
Millsteln, 19 years old and Charles
Kumrow, 20 years old, gave up three
days of their lives, in which some
thing might have intervened to save
them, that they might spare their fam
ilies the sorrow of a Christmas funer
al. They went to their death in the
electric chair here at dawn today." The
execution was set for Friday. They
asked to be permitted to die today.
Millsteln was the youngest prisoner
ever sent to death at Sing Sing.
WOMAN'S DRESSING TAELE ,
A LESSON FOR PACIFISTS
CITY AND CAMPUS
LOST: Conklin fountain ien In 'or near
At-ailenm iteaillng 1:00111. i inuer please
puone uuo iceil. UJ-iH,
Your friends have not seen
these beautiful Oriental goods.
Best for, Christmas Gifts.
Now on display in the
Get them before they run out
Miss Florence Smith, who has been
visiting at the Phi Mu house went to
Stockton, Kan., this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ehler, who have
been here on business, went to their
home at Browns this moaning.
Mrs. D. E. Simrall went to Sallna,
Kan., this morning to spend the
Christmas holidays. Her daughter
Miss Josephine Simrall, will spend
the holidays in St. Louis and Morris,
Miss Frances Clark left for Ponca
City, Okla., today.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Morris, who live five miles
southwest of Columbia, last night.
There is an old verse somewhere
that talks about looking up-stairs,
downstairs and in my lady's chamber
if you look at her downstairs she is
a dream; but upstairs, in my lady's
chamber, is where the dream comes
true. In modern days science has!
been called in to assist art as first
aid to nature they have formed a sort
of triple, entente and have made
beauty-seeking a successful campaign.
Her dressing table, indeed, is al
most an arsenal, a feminized form cf
warfare against the hostile forces of
neglect. With Us shining array of
glass and silver, it is undoubtedly
pretty, but it has something of the
glitter of efficiency. The cold cream
proved upon. Even the curling tongs
by which our grandmothers used to
achieve that fetching bang have given
place to the permanent wave not a
mere transitory fluffiness that comes
out when it rains and hangs in limp
hypocrisy around her cheek "like
sea-weed on a clam" but a real curl
that curls the morejn wet and windy
Indeed all the technique of my la
dy's toilette has become complex.
There are manicure sets dazzling in
their Intricacy and deliberately deco
rative. There are little vanity cases
with enameled tops or chased in gold
and silver or ornamented with gold
lace. There are perfume-balls, hung
FILM COMEDIANS TO BE HERE
Iloouc County Woman Asks Divorce.
A petition or divorce was filed late
yesterday afternoon before Circuit
1 1 Clerk J. E. Boogs by Mrs. Nellie Ev
ans Allen against William Puller Al
len on grounds of desertion arid in
dignities. The-couple were married
September 23, 1914, and have one child
about a year old. They formerly lived
in the country east of Columbia,
in the artistic glass Jar has a scien- on slender chains, tangible In them-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew Will Spend
Holiday Witt Relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew, of na
tional motion picture fame, accom
panied by Mrs. Drew's brother, Hart
ley McVey, will arrive in Columbia
Saturday, December 23, to spend
Christmas week with Mrs. Drew's
mother and sister, Mrs. C. F. McVey
and Miss Rose McVey of the. Dumas
Apartments. Mrs. Drew was former
ly Miss Lucille McVey of Sedalia, and
this will be the first visit home since
her marriage. Mr. Drew "has never
before visited the Middle West.
Hartley McVey, who was a student
in the University last year, is now
Mr. Drew's private secretary in New
York City and is also engagecLin mo
tion picture work there.
The visit of Mr. and Mrs. Drew will
be of interest to the many CoWt
who have so often seen th r. l
edies on the screpn n v. r
have a chance to see these actor
real life. iorifc
Secret Marriage is Aunocei,
iuo luaiuase ui anss Sara w. .
and Harrv Frwnwn of nr , "W
- .ucco Der.
ber 2 has just been announce! r
tuuiuu iHuuneu 10 Keep the BUtrtL
secret until Chrlstmoa v77'
got hold of the information andJ
the announcement necessary m
Freeman is the only daughter of v
Ijiiira Wrteht nf ni i..
former student of Christian rn
Mr. Freeman is the son of Mr
Mrs. J. A. Freeman of Colnmw.' 7r
. . ""
r reeman lormerly worked at Gllnu.7
Dorsev's r)rii? fitnm i,.. j.
u.i., uul( uurin ..
last year has managed his own !
. wrunuciu, .uu. .
tific formula; the faint perfume in the
gracefully designed perfume flagon is
a triumph of distillation. The hand
lotion comes perhaps from Paris, but
also from a 'laboratory. There is even
a new powder said to be made from
crushed white violets and as for
soaps, they are good epough to eat,
made out of rare herbs and oils mys
teriously mingled. No modern maid
goes out in the pale dawn to wash
her face In the dew a fashion once
held to be a whitening magic for the
complexion. Instead, she consults a
"Who can doubt the secrets hid
Under Cheop's pyramid."
selves but elusive in their fragrance.
There are glass-flasks for smelling
salts, and flasks for eau de cologne.
There are tall, slender bottles, and
short squatty , ones, there are lip
sticks and eye-brow pencils works of
art artfully used.
There arc crystal trays to hold all
this ammunition, on glass-topped toi
If it were not for the luxury of it,
one might almost trace a resemblance
to a surgeon's kit it is all so hygienic
and efficient. But when my lady sits
before her dressing table with an
ivory mirror in her hand and her feet
on a boudoir footstool of pink satin,
science is reduced merely, to the role
avc all been discovered and im- of femme de chambre.
Christmas Greeting Cqrds
are taking the place of more expensive remembrances.
Americans, in this respect, are following the lead of
our English cousins. CO-OP cards are carefully se
lected to be in good taste, to avoid the hackneyed. The
prices, with envelopes to match, vary from 2j4c to 15c.
Your packages are prepared for mailing without
The Rome of the P. 0. Sub Station
WILL'FIXD OCT ABOUT BUILDING
Student Parcel Post
Saves TimeT Money -and Worry
The UNIVERSAL is cheaper than any
other safe contained, has reversible labels
f'o there is no danger of your laundry
.-being rnissent. Has heavy canvas cover
that insures clothes from damage by mail
Price complete with handle, SI. 25
Extra Inner Cases - - - - .30
All the Profit, All the.Time
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
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?
Spend your purchase slips at 7?"
31. U. Women to Seek Opinions of
Legislators During Vacation.
Missouri legislators arc going to get
a chance to play Santa Claus to the
University women during the Christ
mas holidays. The women have been
good, mighty good, and they want a
Members of the Women's Athletic
Association last night were appointed
to take a poll of members of the lower
house of the next Missouri General
Assembly. The work will be done
during the holidays. No argument
will be used, but the opinion of the
representative will be taken down in
black and white and handed in to
those in charge of the movement here.
The votes will be "cast up at the
first meeting of the association after
the holidays and further plans made
for getting action in the next meet
ing of the Legislature.
Several amendments to the associa
tion's constitution 'were adopted last
night. No point shall be awarded in
tennis, archery or swimming unless
there are at least three competitors
from each class; beginners who have
learned to swin in twelve consecutive
lessons in one semester shall be
awarded one polrji; when an event in
which it is possible to win points to
ward an M is added or eliminated, the
total number of points required for an
M shall be raised or lowered, accord
ing to the discretion of the board and
the approval of the association.
Hockey numerals were awarded to
the following girls who made their
class teams: Seniors Misses Anne
Stewart, Thelma Gwlnn. Katheryn
Smith, Geneva Dririkwater, Georgina
Clarke-, MaryvRobertson, Ruth Harn
dren, Laura Joe Schwabe, Mary Coots,
Mildred Spalding, Cyrene Shepard,
Bernice Wilson, Flossie Tickle and
Nellie Martin; juniors Misses Ruth
Garton. Ruby Clinc, Edna Scott, Lois'
Patton, -Marie Neff, Roberta' Kellogg,
Florence Smith, Meryl Leavel, Doro-'
thy Mumford, Katherne King, Kath-
crine Keiser, Helen Redding, Eliza
beth Stockton and Margaret Black-
burn; sophomores Misses Rose Ann
strong, Beatrice Heibel, Naomi Shra-
dcr, Jennie Kingsley, Gertrude Thur
man, Beulah Pool, Lorraine Furtney,
Esther Jones, Margaret Hocker, Ruby
Umstattd, -Helen Copeland, Kathryn
Wyant and Garcia Rowley; freshmen
Frances Lewis, Virginia Wood, Mar
garet Speihler, Hazel George, Cecilia
Haskin, Mary L. Bond, Charla, Hud
ler, Anna Thompson, Zella Ella 'Ed
wards, Jessie Mead, Ruth Dulaney,
Consuelo Provost, Martha Shockley
and Nita Pursel.
DEBATING SQUAD IS CHOSEN
Triangular Contest' Willi Oklahoma.
Texas to Be Held In March.
' A final squad of eight men was chos
en last night to represent the Univer
sity in the trianguIar'Qebate with Ok
lahoma and Texas. These men, chos
en from among the fifteen who with
stood the preliminary elimination last
Tuesday are: Leonard Coatsworth,
Mexico; Morris Dry. Mexico; Fred
Gableman, Kansas City; Frank Henz
lik, Columbia; Frank Lowe, Kansas
City; Nathan Scarritt, Kansas Cityr
Fred Suddarth, Kansas City and J. G.
The question debated was: "Resolv
ed: that all state and local revenues
should be drawn from a single tax on
land values." Six of the eight men
chosen upheld the negative of the
question, and two the affirmative.
A. P. Lewln of the English depart
ment, who is coaching the debating
teams, thinks that the triangular de
bate will not be held before March.
Other debates scheduled are with the
universities of Wisconsin and Kan
sas. Preliminary tryouts for these
will be held after the Christmas holidays.
.Mrs. W. II. Naylor Critically III.
Mrs. W. H. Naylor, who has been ill
with heart disease for several weeks
at her home on East Broadway, was
much worse this morning. Her daugh
ter Mrs. Del Hart and Mr. and Mrs.
Lon Naylor of St. Louis have come to
be with Mrs. Naylor.
All wool scotch plaids, variety
colors and prices
Don't delay. Make your se
lection before our assort
ment is broken.
Bowling Lmb'r Co.
8th and Cherry Phone No. 2
The Goldeij Rule
of Gift Buying
BUYiXOUR GIRTS Ftih THEh
w AT THE CLASS OF STORE
!' . YOU EXPECT THEM
TO BUY YOUR GIFTS
For the Convenience of Christmas
Our store will be open
. Saturday night
We will remain closed all day
DEBATING TBOPHY OFFERED
Loving Cup for Society Making Best
Record Chen by QEBII.
A new loving cup as trophy for the
annual inter-society debating contest
between the Athenaean and M. S. U.
literary societies has been put up by
Q. E. B. H.. The selection or a new
trophy was made necessary by the
winning of the old trophy last year by
the Athenaean Society for the third
time, giving it the cup.
The cup is awarded on the basis of
comparative showings in the annual
tryouts for places on the University
debating squad and the teams that
represent the University in Its inter
collegiate debates. In case of a tie,
if Is specified by Q. E. B. H. that the
winner ui me iropny ior -tnat year
shall be decided by a debate between
Carter De Haven in "FAME
Billy Burke in "GLORIA'S
ROMANCE." Also a 5-act
Red Feather feature, Violet
Mesereau in "THE NAR
'Jackie Saunders in "THE
GRIP OF EVIL." Also Ben
Williams in SOCIETY
Lucile Hutton in "A RU
. " Saturday
xt MUrdock McQarrie in'The
NARROW CREED." Also
Windsor McKay and his Jer
The Store of Standard Merchandlse-y
I'll get it at .
That sounds familiar, doesn't it? Here's our lisrof
hints for you.
Mahogany Serving Trays, Desk Sets, Fancy
Newest Picture Frames, Fountain Pens, Orig$
mat stationery, Gut Glass, Christmas Cards,
Toys and Novelties, Receipt Index for the
Campbell & Alexander
' Open evenings until Christmas
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