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SUNDAY M0RNIM6 MISSOOBIAJf, SEPTEMBEB 16. 1917.
PLESTT OF BAILWAT CABS NOW
Bfrllngton President Urges Shippers
lo Use Them.
CHICAGO, Sept. 15. A warning to
buyers and shippers generally, but
especially those ot the central and
western states, to ship all the freight
they can now, was Issued today by
Hale Holden, president o fthe Bur
lington route and one of the five mem
bers of the Railroads' War Board.
"The time to make hay Is when the
sun shines, and the best time to ship,
under such conditions as those now
existing, is when the railways have
cars and the weather is good," said
Mr. Holden. "The situation as to
car supply Is good now better than
at any time since the war began.
On September 1 the total requisitions
for cars throughout the country ex
ceeded the surplus of cars by only
31,591 cars. This 'car shortag'e is so
small that it really means that the
railways are now able to furnish
practically all of the cars that are be
Missouri Presbytery To Meet,
The Missouri Presbytery, of which
the Columbia church is a member,
will meet at Old Auxvasse Presby
terian church, north of Calwood, Call
away County, Wednesday, September
26. The Rev. E. P. Abbott of Fulton
will preach the opening sermon.
Richard Troxell Visits Parents.
Richard Troxell, B. S. In Education
15, who is now In the employ of the
Swift Packing Company at St Joseph
Larrived here yesterday for a visit
with his parents, Mr. an dMrs. O. F.
Troxell. He will return to St Joseph
Is Owner of Teachers Magazine.
Miss C. Louise Boehringer of Yu
ma, Ariz., who was a special student
in the School of Journalism during
the Summer Session of the University,
has become editor and owner of the
Arizona Teacher and Home Journal,
the official organ of the teachers of
J. M. Barnes Wins Golf Title,
lly Associated Press
CHICAGO, Sept. 15. Breaking all
records for a 72-hole open golf cham
pionship with a score of 2S3 strokes,
James M. Barnes of the Whitemarsh
Valley Club, Philadelphia, today won
the Western open championship at
Westmoreland Country Club.
Calls For Bank Statements.
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. The
comptroller of the currency today is
sued a call for the condition of all
national banks of the United States at
the close of business Tuesday Septem
npHE fall season brings forth a wealth of new style--
ideas that reflects the utmost in attractiveness.
Here you'll find the real novelties that well dressed
women will demand and with the smart de
signing you get quality footwear and the best values
you can possibly find for the money.
W. C. T. U. Will Meet Tomorrow.
The Wi C. T. U. will meet at 2:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
Methodist Church. Mrs. J. J. Phillips
will be the leader.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY;
FOn RENT AT IIAKCAIX To man and
wife, 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms, on
second floor In modern bouse. AKo one
nicely furnished southeast room on first
floor. 1401 Antaony, phone 527-Green.
roii RENT Nice furnished rooms for
men; heat and light, suitable for two at
?C. 1409 Anthony street, phone 11K-Red.
FOIJ KENT Rooms for young ladles.
Table bojrd for both boys and girls. 111",
University avenue, opposite Agricultural
All the Newest
Hose That Match
of Them All
See Them in Our
Eor The New Season.
Smart and Attractive Suits,
Coats and Dresses.
Clever fashioning and exquisite
materials combine to make Suits,
Coats and Dresses of rare beauty.
Many who look over our fall styles will be impres
sed by the absolute saneness of the war-time -styles that
fashion authorities have created. Parisian designers have
turned to good account the conditions that exist in their
country resulting in almost countless novel effects that
reached the American style centers and are now being
presented to you in our store.
E announce the opening of our New
Store. Same location (get that.)
Same address, but new in every other de
tail. ' We want you to honor us with a
visit. You will enjoy looking over
this truly beautiful store, and learn of
the progress we have made in the, years
we've been in business.
UR Private Booths with large, white Sani-
Onyx top tables, spacious seats, com
fortable to sit in and beautiful in archi
tecture, will add much to our alreadv
popular reputation of Quality, Cleanli
ness and Service.
"ES, the favorite "Gray Room" has had its
retouching, and the pink roses on the
walls and in the tapestry give it that
distinction for which we feel justly
Come in to see us We1 11 appreciate it
and it will do you good.
3 "Wmire Quality Rtisiu?- "
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Rat The Harris Way Every Day
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The New Coats
Every fancy that the latest dictates of
fashion have conceived are expressed in
these garments. Styles change frequently,
but as we specialize, you are always assured
of the newest models "when selecting from
our up-to-the-minute lines.
Smart Tailored Suits
From points of style, material and
tailoring, you couldn't find better Suits. It
is a matter of pride and specialization that
you always receive the same careful atten
tion. We insist on perfect tailoring, good
linings, well-made button holes and above
all Correct New Styles.
Serge and Satin Dresses
rival each other for day time wear, and our models are cleverly fashioned of exquisit ema
terials. New arrivals every day.
New and attractive Millinery lor the fall season. Chic and charming.
ZtfoJ&etUn tJuarant (Than QttrtAbm."
MRS. L W. ST. CLA1R-.W0SS, President
Standardized by the University of Missouri as a Junior College, 1913
Founded 1851 by James Shannon L.L.D., President of the University of Missouri
Announces its opening Wednesday, September 12, 1917.
A $38,000.00 Academic Hall. Well lighted and ventilat-
ed class rooms. Model Junior College Library and Reading
Room. Able and experienced Faculty representing the
t best colleges and universities.
Schools of Arts and Science (degree A. A.); Education (3
years Teachers' certificate); Home Economics (certificate);
Art- (diploma); Expression (diploma) ; Business (certificate);
E Physical Education: Gymnasium; Athletic Field; Basket-
A $10,000.00 Natatorium, perfect in sanitation and
v equipment, completed November, 1917.
Twenty-two new Pianos in
More than 200 students. Isaac
Conservatory of Music
eluding Five Grand Pianos.
Edward Norris, Ph. B. (Pupil of Leschetizky), Director.
Miss Anna Laura Johnson, Head of Vocal Department.
Teacher for 15 years in Eastern Conservatories; associate
teacher with Perley Dunn Aldrich. Robert J. White, head
of Violin Department Associate teacher with Ferdinand
Schaefer of Indianapolis Conservatory.
All Departments open to students of Columbia and vicinity.
For catalog, or appointment with Dean, Principal, Director of
Art or Expression, Call 'phone 44-green. For appointment
with Director of Music call 807. Office hours 9 to 12 a. m.
and 2 to 5 p. m.