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Head-dress for Easter
THE DAILY MSSOUMAJT, TODAY EVEmO, APRIL 6, tt!7.
"The Garrison' '
They come like an army
after our Brown C. &
K. "Garrison" Re-enforcements
'NEW STYLES ARE SHOWN HERE FIRST'
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Wear That Meets the
Approval of the
Dainty lightweight dressy
Pumps and Boots in Dull Kid,
White and Colored leathers to
match that Easter Costume.
See Them Tomorrow
' Broadway' 's White Front Boot Shop"
CITY AND CAMPUS
Miss Gladys Smiley, a student in
Christian Collegeleft for her home in
Hannibal this afternoon to spend the
Mrs. A. C. Valentine went to Halls-
ville today to spend the week-end with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Gertrude Ernst leef for her
home at Omaha, after visiting in Co
lumbia since last Sunday at the home
of Mrs. M. S. Miller.
Walter Bridgewood went to Mexico
today on business.
Mrs. M. A. Jones and daughter. Miss
Laura, went to St. Louis to spend the
week-end" with relatives an dfrlends.
C. D. Robertson wen to his home at
St. Louis to spend the week-end.
A. F. RIdgway, assistant in veteri
nary science, went to St. Louis to
spend the holidays.
S. P. Dalton went to Mexico to
spend several days.
Miss Mollie Smith went to Mexico
John Joslyn, a student in the Uni
versity, went to St. Louis to spend
the week-end visiting friends.
J. D. McQuitty, a former resident
of Columbia, now living at Harlow
town, Mont, went to Hallsville to visit
relatives He has been visiting here.
Miss Pat Murphy, a student in
Christian College, went to Mexico to
visit at the hpme of W. W. Botts.
A. C. Hudson went to Hallsville on
Mrs. A. Mead of Blytheville, Ark.,
who has been visiting here, went to
St. Louis for a visit of a few days.
O. S. Fuqua. a student in the Uni
versity, went to St. Iouis to spend
J. T. Hendren, who has been serv
ing on the petit jury, returned to his
home at Hallsville.
J. R. Nealson went to HallsviKe
today to visit friends.
Miss Mildred Ferguson, a student in
Christian College, left today for her
home at Bloomfield.
Miss Lorine Jacobs went to Mob
erly today to visit her aunt, Mrs. Belle
I .R .Harris, a student In the Uni
versity, went to St Louis today.
Mrs. M. J. Cox and daughter. Miss
Lela, departed today for a visit at
Mrs. W. J. McBain went to Sturgeon
today to visit her sister. Mrs. J. M.
Seniors and special seniors at
Christian College were granted Eas
ter holidays which began at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning and will last un
til 7 o'clock Tuesday night.
Floyd Roberts, a member of Com
pany F, who was in Columbia last
night for the military inspection, re
turned to Hallsville today.
Miss Mary Campbell of Gallatin, and
Miss Gertrude Hopson of Moberly, stu
dents in Stephens College, went home
this morning for the vacation.
J. A. Daggs, a student in the Uni
versity, left today for his home at
K. W. Blomy and J. W. Moody went
to Hallsville today on business.
Howard Groves of Glendora, Cal.,
who has been visiting for the last ten
days at the home of his father-in-law,
A. R. spencc at Stephens, left for his
home this morning.
Prof C. M. Carr of the art depart
ment and A. P. Lewin, a student in
the University, left this morning for
the Pinnacles, a stretch of wooded
highlands near Hallsville.
Mrs. H. A. Konnel. who has been
visiting Mrs. J. A. Mcintosh here, left
today for her home at Bourbon. She
was accompanied by Mrs. Mcintosh.
E. C. Blom went to St Louis today.
N. T. Gentry left today for St. Louis
to attend tomorrow's session of the
Court of Appeals.
Prof. F. F. Stephens of the history
department of the University left for
Liberty this morning. He is to be one
of the judges of a debate between Wil
liam Jewell College and Washburn
College of Topeka, Kan.
State Department 'today by the Hull
England Company. No lives were
Further reports on the sinking of
the steamer Canadian coming from
Consul Frost at Queenstown .state
that the submarine's action was in
flagrant contempt of the safety of the
passenger's quitting the ship.
Reed A.ks for Plan to Increase Food.
By United Tress
WASHINGTON, April 6. Senator
Reed of Missouri today introduced a
resolution requesting the Secretary of
Agriculture to submit a complete and
extensive plan to increase the food
supplies of the nation by the cul
tivation of all waste land and vacant
lots, and to aid in Increasing the
number of food-producing animals.
j Gets 18 Cent Eggs From W House..
Prof. H. L. Kempster of the Col
lege of Agriculture, by experimenting
Iwith ten White Leghorn pullets in
his back yard, obtained eggs during
the winter months for 18 cents a
dozen. Although the chicken house
was only six feet square and cost
only 4, it did not reduce production.
Valuing the eggs at market price, the
hens returned a profit of 50 cents
each above the-cost of feeding. Pro
fessor Kempster says .that the longer
the hens are kept the lower the cost
of the feeding will be.
Britain Recognizes Entry of America.
By United Press
LONDON, April 6. Stating that he
spoke at the instance of the Imperial
War Cabinet, British Premier David
Lloyd George this afternoon sent an
inspiring message to America in recog
nition of her entry into the war.
New White Shoes for Easter at
Senate Adjourns Until XoiZu
By United Pies. """Ji;
WASHINGTON. April 6.-AftJ
two hour and firtoa., .. . -
the Senate adjourned today aad
not meet nraln hti;i ii . "B
. v .uunaay.
Don't forget the children's sho.J
Katlonal Lhestock TUxi,
I AT THE ATHENS HOTEL I
Buy your Easter Shoes at Miller's.
Easter Shoes for the whole family
at Miller's. M-184
A. I. IiuysIngiT. Itolla: II. B. McDanlel,
Springfield; Charles X. Hoyt, St. Louis;
M. li. Tlncher. St. Louis: II. T. Wilson.
Chicago; V. K. Harris, St. Louis; It. N.
Oat. Huntington; C A. Rex, Kansas City;
K. It. Kr.mk. New York; Ceorge Blotters,
Mexico; C. K. Byerly, Qulncy, III.; K. J.
l'ox. St. Louis; T. S. Henley, Boston: D.
i:. KUington, St. Louis; S. Soyner, Balti
more. .Mil.; A. Weidinass, Albany, N. Y.;
W. li TyilinKs. Moberly; T. L. Knight,
Kansas City; J. Snyder, Chicago! J. H.
Kluue. ,Rint City; .lanies Newman, Cleve
land: Sara Seltzer. St. Louis: C. A. Slsler.
St. Louis; V. IJ. Wright, Jefferson City;
It. Mayo, Cincinnati; J. II. Westerfleld,
Chicago: .1. I:. Dealer, Paris: V. B. Wal
ton, Sedalla: It J. Maybee. Kansas City:
II. V. Mulllo, St. Louis; W. L. Schntz,
Auburn: Mrs. W. K. Kink. Fajetteville.
Ark.; W. I Coleman. St. Louis: It K.
Vinson. Austin, Tex.: E. Carpenter, Okla
homa City; L. Schooler, St. Louis.
NATIONAL STOCK YARrw tiTT
LOl'lS. in., AriI . Thei iC WlT
ket for today u.,s as toii?! L
Jlatejj! "K",,,,n TeiJ
Native beef sters, STJiOSjMjai I
Yearling Meers and heifers 5v.n.. I
Calies. VaiL"- W!
Cons am heifers, filftf9.
higher. """" --""' -Marl"-t 3V85
Mixed and butchers. IT.tOQ$i(V0O
flood and heavy. SI." ic.fi inu'"
Bough, 5143(51523. '
Pigs. lU.3)(rr$14.3. '
Bulk. ir.VK,iir. 'r.
siren?' m""ll,,s-- "" -teartj J
Sheep and ewes. V)Matl2JZi
Yearlings, JlZTWi $14.23
Lambs. $13 00gtl.'.4Q.
TOO LATE TO CLASSffl
FOIt SAM!? mif. Il..i,.r..-.. I
or.cvriP t i;ri,zc' :",',on I
Martini? gVT-binM an''' stated. (gl
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ANTED: A Roat. Must Ik chein fc,
Sam Wilson on East Ripley St Pitt
74 1. W-ISK.
" We Hold No Clearance Sales"
Third German Plotter Arrested Today.
By United Prcaa
BIRMINGHAM. Ala., April C The
third arrest In connection with Ger
man plots to incite negroes to re
bellion was made here this afternoon
when a negro addressing a group of
his race declared they should join
the German army. Good pay, social
equality and unrestricted franchise
were offered. Government agents
made the arrest.
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For Easter's Sake
We received by express yesterday another
shipment of those popular blue, green, and brown
pinch-back and belted suits.
Your Size Your Model is ready in
BARTH SMART CLOTHES
Your Easter Hat
should be a STETSON.
Stetson Hats are Ameri
ca's premier hat styles
and are sold in Columbia
only by this store.
DRESS UP FOR EASTER!
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Navy Is Ordered Mobilized.
By United Press
WASHINGTON, April 6. Secrctary
Josephus Daniels late this afternoon
ordered the Navy to be mobilized. Tho
instructions flashed out called for
putting all ships in full commission.
The Federal service naval militia and
naval reserves were also called out
Secretary Daniels made the foregoing
announcement after the Cabinet meet
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The Brilliance of Spring Shines
Forth in the New Millinery
Our showing for tomorrow is of especial importance as we have successfully re. I
producad the most exquisite designs of the foremost milliners at modest prices.
Millinery Specials for TomorrowSaturday
$5.50 and $5.00 Hats Special at - $3.95 $7.50 and $6.50 Hats Special at - 5.W I
flit O I T I . AM MA am. r S
Ship With American Fireman Snnk.
By United Presi
WASHINGTON, April C The un
warned torpedoing of the British
steamer Cannisairo carrying an Amer
ican fireman was reported to the
Other Special Values at $7.50, $10, and Up lO $15
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