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WOMEX OF COLUMBIA WHO REGISTERED FOR WAR SERTICE.
The Missourian will publish the names of all women in Columbia who
voluntarily registered Saturday, July 2S, for service during the present
war crisis. Owing to the fact that most of the women volunteered their
services for many different kinds of work, it is impossible to give the work
which was specified. A majority of the women signed the Hoover Pledge
to do all possible to conserve the food supply during the war. Voluntary
contributions were made at the time of registering to defray the' expenses
of the registration.
Allen, Priscilla A.
Ames, Linnie E.
Armistead, Rebecca A.
Adair, Helen E.
Ankeney. Lucy (i.
Arnoldi, Mary A., Sr.
Arnoldi, Mary (, Jr.
Ranks, Hose A.
Boggs, Lizzie M.
Rerkebile, Jennie B.
Ratterton, Elminor B.
Bowling, Margaret C.
Bowling, Gail P.
Burk, Louisa A.
Bernard, L. L.
Bright. R. M.
Brewer, Grace B.
Brossart, Ila G.
Belcher, Alvia M.
Brigham, Beulah L.
Breece, G. E.
Baker, Gussie B.
Branom, Nina C.
Branham, Ida J.
Belcher, Ethel J.
Rrown, Ida May.
Ratterton, Mildred E.
Buckner, Sarah E.
Boyd, Ada L.
Rrandt, May T.
Rrown, Isabelle W.
Rryant, Willie T.
Raker, Bettie M.
Bragg, Lucy G.
Byers, Rila O.
Cassidy, Florence E,
Caldwell, Minnie W,
Corlew, Frances L.
Crump, Karleen C.
Cole, Virginia L.
Carr, Bertha B.
Carter, Emma L.
Coulson, Mary E.
Coleman, Julia F.
Carmichael, Mary S.
Charters, Jessie A.
Childers, Mabel S.
Clark, Craig M.
Curtis, Marion H.
Crump, Nettie H.
Crew. Kathryn E.
Crawford, Lillian D.
Crocker, Edna L.
Chambers, Floria L.
Duren, Reta F.
Douglass, Kathryn C.
Davis, Annie M.
Dumas, Irma E.
Douglass. Ruth E.
Douglass Mattie R.
Drumm, Orpha. .
Dinwiddie, Margaret C.
Drum, Orpha G.
Defoe, Cora E.
Daniels. Nelle M.
Davis, Fannie C.
Dysart, Madgo R.
Dumas, L. W.
Davis, Fannie L.
Dennis. May E.
Denny, Frances L.
Denny, Eleanor M.
Eichelberger, Eula M.
Edwards, Ida M.
Emberson, Lulu G.
Eitzen, Hertha A.
Estes, Ethel B.
Edwards, Ruth K.
Esra, Mary E.
Estes, Fannie E.
Estes, Mary P.
Elliff, Jean S.
Finley, Helen M.
Fcnton, Opal G.
Fish, Nell L.
Furtney, Alice L.
Ferree, Minna Lee
Fisher, Mary M.
Foster, Rose D.
Ficklin, Ella A.
Fine, Fannie Louise
Ferguson, Elma Z.
Ford, Margery A.
Faurot, Frieda C.
Freeman, Bennie M.
Freeman, Hattie R.
Flood, Mary L.
Gauntlett, Virginia H.
Green, Margaret R.
Gage, Luella L.
Graham, Effie F.
Grimes, Hannah T.
Gordon, Leona B.
Gentry, Ulie D.
Gilbert, Etta O.
Greer, Emma J.
Gibson, Eva B.
Gwinn, Dora E.
Gentry, Eugenia ty.
Gray, Mary S.
Gray, Mary L.
'Gray, Dorothy M.
Griffin, Clarice J.
Gordon, Mary G.
Guthrie, Frances C.
' Gwinn, Bonnie C.
Gordon, Mary D.
Gray, Exle M.
Gray. Exle; JK
Hedrick, Helen B.
Haigh, Emily R.
Hobrecht. Lydia A.
Horine, Kate L.
Holt. Mamie B.
Hunt, Margaret R.
Hadcn, Eugenia G.
Hudson, Louise S.
Hawkins, Hess H.
Hirth, Lilian Vincent.
Hill. Mary B.
Heath, Gertrude B.
Hoffman, Hazel 'w.
Hatton, Anna L.
Harding, Susie W.
Hill, Anna L.
Hill. Thelma A.-
Hickam, Cora B.
Hulen, Martha A,
Hibbard, Mary D.
Harbaugh, Julia W.
Hobrecht. Lena I
Hall. Lena M.
Hickam. Mary L.
Harding, Sarah L.
Johnson, Annette G.
Jones, Dorothea L.
Jones, Pauline F.
Johnston, Nettie S
Jeffrie, Elizabeth W
Jones, Clara T.
Jones, Edith M.
Jones, Kate G.
Kirk. Lillian E.
Keene, Nora C.
Kemper, M. F.
Keegan, Norah E.
Ketcham, Ladine G.
King, Fannie B.
Kerner, Frances D.
Lucas, Mary L.
Logan, Teressa H.
Lucky, Nan P.
Lafon, Mary H.
Lewis, Margaret P.
Lee, Inez L.
Lyda, Isabel YT.
Lansing, Cora S.
Lynn. Mrry B.
Lynn. Lucy Bl
Lynn, Grace G.
Lloyd, Pearl U.
Latshaw, Ethel S.
THE DAILT MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY EYEXISG, AUGUST 10, 1917?
IS RELATED TO CURATOR
But Attorney General Rules C. Y.
Clayton Can Keep Job.
The Holla Herald publishes the fol
lowing of local interest:
"A recent report of the Board of
Visitors of the University of Missouri
calls the attention of the Board of
Curators of said Institution to the fact
that C. Y. Clayton, who holds the
position of Assistant v Professor ot
Metallurgy, at the School of Mines,
a son-in,-law of Dr. S. L. Baysinger,
member of the Board of Curators, and
as a result violated Section 11107 of
the Revised Statutes of Missouri,
which declares: "No person iho Is
lated by blood or marriage to any
member of the board of curators of
the University shall be appointed to
any position in the University as of
ficer, member of faculty or employe.'
"The facts in the case are: That
Mr. Clayton was employed as instruc
tor at the School of Mines on May 29
1913; on June 2, 1915, he was made as
sistant professor, and, later, on July
22, 1915, he was united in marriage
with Miss Alma Baysinger, daughter
of Dr. S. L. Raysinger. a member
the Roard of Curators.
"The law and the facts were sub
mitted, through Attorney J. A. Wat
son of this city, to Atorney General
Frank W. McAllister for an opinion.
After citing several authorities, the At
torney General says: As the statute in
question expressly makes a disqualifi
cation of relationship by blood or mar
riage, related solely to the time of ap
pointment, it is our opinion that his
relationship to a member of the Hoard
of Curator, after the valid appoint
ment, does not disqualify him as a
member of the faculty of said School
Mrs. F. W. Niedermeyer, Miss Helen
Adair. .Miss Helen Mitchell and Fred
W. Niedermeyer, Jr., motored today
to Moreau Lake near Jefferson City
to visit at the camp of the Columbia
young people who are spending the
Mrs. Rella Kirkbride, matron at the
Kappa ICappa Gamma house, leftithis
morning for St. Louis, where she
will spend several weeks visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rowling, Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. Catron. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Stephens. .Miss Juliet Rowling and
Tom Taylor motored to Estill this aft
ernoon where they were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Estill at a picnic sup
per. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Glenn will mo
tor to Princeton today for a visit with
Mrs. Glenn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
B. Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn will al
so spend a week in Excelsior Springs
before returning to Columbia.
Cuthbert Stephenson returned today
from Sedalia where he went to attend
a house party given by David Powell,
a rilember of the Beta Theta Pi frater
nity. Mr. Stephenson was also a
guest at the Ridge-Sturges wedding
Mrs. Rosa Ingels, Mrs. D. A. Rob
nett. Miss Helen Robnett, Giltner In
gels and Overton Robnett motored to
Fulton yesterday and were the lunch
eon guests of Mrs. E. L. Spence.
Mrs. Henry Price, her daughter,
Mrs. M. V. Powell, and her grand
daughter, .Mary Gertrude Powell, de
parted for Michigan yesterday morn
ing to spend several weeks at the
Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Breit and daugh
ter. ' Kathleen Breit. left Columbia
yesterday to visit in St. Joseph. After
a visit they will move to thir new
home in Magnolia. Ark.
Mrs. C. Spalding, Miss Mildred Spal
ding and Mrs. D. M. Ransdell have
gone for a visit in Mexico and St.
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IMPORTER AXD TAILOR TO 1TOJIEX
Rooms C and 7, Miller Huildinir
WILL ATTEND DEFENSE MEETING
.Missouri 3Jen To Discuss Coal Prices
By United Press
JEFFERSON CITY, Aug. 10. Gov
ernor Gardner stated this afternoon
that Missouri will be represented at
the meeting of governors and repre
sentatives of state councils ot defense
at Chicago, August 16, to devise means
for meeting the advanced prices of
is ' coa- Several members of the State
a , Council of Defense, Attorney General
and Governor Gardner
re - i
Fredendall Building Has
Been Advertised as for
Rent bv Its Owners.
Indications that one of Columbia's
biggest business houses will move at
the end of the year are shown in the
fact that Dozier Stone, owner of the
of, Fredendall Ruiiding, 15-21 South
Ninth street, has advertised the entire
building for rent January 1.
While no confirmation of frequent
rumors that the Fredendall store
would move has been received, it has
been believed practically certain for
several weeks that A. Fredendall. pro
prietor of the store, had leased the
building now being erected next door
to the new Boone County National
Bank Building, and would move there
just as soon as his lease at the pres
ent building expired.
The Fredendall Store is one of the
largest department stores in this part
of the state and its being located on
South Ninth street has done much to
raise real estate values in that dis
trict. The new store is being built
by R. B. Price, Jr., and will be full
two stories with basement. It will
be constructed of terra cotta and
brick, and will correspond to the new
John Estes Store, which is located di
rectly south of it. It will have a
large window display space, and is
being designed as a model department
Half a Celt a Word a Day.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Man's Mack silk umbrella, with
"mtil n.'oileu Lauille, at the Cafeteria.
KriJay, Ausust 3. Under return to Co-op
ROOXS FOR RENT
FOIl Itl'XT: Two suites ot three rooms
ejcli for liulit IioueleepinR .furnished or
unfurnished. All modern. Apply 314 Ilitt,
phone 313-B.ick. V-'2:3-tf.
HOUSES FOR RENT
I'CUt SALII: A modern seven-room houe.
newly painted and decorated. Large lot
and gar j pp. One Mock outh of West
Campus. Terms reasonable. 508 Turner
I'OIt KKNT: Modern brick residence
with sleenlnir noreli. 1 1-2 block from Cam
pus. l'lione 1154-Hed or call at Arthur's
Variety Store. u-ti
foil KENT: The Pellincer house. 1003
Cherry street. Six large rooms, large
shady back yard, close In. 111 rent very
clie.ip. J. A. Stewart, owner. S-2SS
KOK KENT: Close, in, 10-room modern
house, steam heat, two baths. Corner Lo
cust and Hltt. Well arranged for two
families. Will sell or rent at a bargain.
.1. A. Stewart, agent. S-2SS
KOIt RENT: Cheap, fl-room modern
house 1K South 6th, two blocks from Uni
versity, two blocks from business center.
.1 A. Stewart, owner. S-2SS
Foil SALE Oil KENT: 12-room modern
house in good condition, 203 College, phone
rolj SALE: Desirable home 3 blocks
southwest of Academic Hall, llungalow
stjle; 10 rooms. 3 sleeping porches, 2
baths, stone fireplace. Quarteracre lot
adjoining woods pasture: forest and fruit
trees, small fruits and garden. Qulnn &
Lawns, hedges cut and trimmed by ex
terienced gardener. Phone 1307-llIack.
HOG SERUM SATED $1,155,000
Unhersltr Manufacture of Cholera
PreientiTe Beneficial to State,
A saving of Jl.155,000 was made for
the farmers of the state last year by
the manufacture and distribution of
the hog cholera serum bv the exneri-
ment station of the Colleee nf Ari.,1.
ture. The doses produced were 82,-
-a ana the applied doses, part of
which had been produced the year
before, were 133.867. Approximately
128,407 hogs were treated and it is
estimated that more than 115,000 were
In administering this treatment, 401
farms In 46 counties were visited by
representatives of the veterinary de
partment. Serum was sent to in
counties out of the 114 in the state.
SVAYS A GOOD sgvgJ" i
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
"THE UNDYING FLAME"
Also Bray Pictograph and Hans and Fritz
Any Seat 10c. Matinee Monday and Saturday
Monday and Tuesday, Margaret Illington in
"The Inner Shrine"
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO
the public, our move from the old
stand 19 North Ninth Street, to our
new up-to-date home 700 Broadway,
across from the Daniel Boone
Tavern, in the heartof the business
We hope you will make it a point
to call and see lis soon.
Phones 204 VAN 11 UK IN 700 Bdw'y
FOR SALE OR RENT
The elegant six-room modern brick at No. 104 Cousins street,
now occupied by Prof. J. A. Gibson. This is a very pretty little home
with nice chicken quarters, garden and fruit. Can be bought at a
very reasonable price on terms just like paying rent.
J. A. STEWART, Owner,
Exchange Xntion.il Hank Hide
Clothes Cleaned and
Called For And
Illinois Lump and Wash
Nut Coal-Boone County
DAVIS & WATSON
Opposite Wabash Station
FORMER TIGER ATHLETE WEDS
J. Gentry Daggy of Joplln Marries
Miss Adelia Thomas of Texas.
J. Gentry Daggy of Joplin, who was
graduated from the School ot Journa
lism in June, was married to Miss
Adelia Thomas of Dallas, Tex., at the
home of the bride Monday evening.
They are making their home in Joplin
where Mr. Daggy is a reporter on the
staff of the Joplin News Herald.
Daggy was a prominent athlete at
the University, being a member of
the track team for two years and an
M man. He was editor of "The Ti
ger's Tale", a magazine on athletics
and the athletics of the University, is
sued this summer. He is a member of
the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
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is so equipped that any woman
or girl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
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810 WALNUT STREET
DAY PHONE, 651
NIGHT PHONE, 649