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THE EYESISG MISSOORIAS, MPS DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1917
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Ladies' Shampoo Parlor
Specialise in Scalp and Mechano
Therapy Treatments. ISA South
Sinth Street, phone 1206.
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UBGES A 6-HOUR WORKING DAY
What do you know about your Bible
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t., t, . ,.- sn0TOn, enough for educated men to have
Labor Time After Aar. - iearned a few Bible storles ln child.
(Correspondence of the Associated Press) hood, to have acquired a few trite
LOXDO.W Adoption of a six-hour I quotations, or to depend on fragments
working day for labor and general gleaned from the weekly sermon. The
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LOST Small lavender parse containing
hills and silver. Finder please return to
703 Missouri arenue and receive reward.
establishment of copartnership be
tween British employers and working
men after the war are urged by Baron
Leverhulme, a large employer of labor
fiiui mi nifrii n murnnoF nr rnn aiti
board of control to donl with tho hhm quires studr under competent teach-t
FOK our varied calls. Many war vacacles.
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Mrs. neat, phone 663.
WILL GIVE the use of a famished bed
room and kitchen to a reliable woman to
act as chaperon.
Mrs. M. S.
WAITED AH makes of typewriters,
repaired, cleaned, adjusted. Moderate
charges. AH work guaranteed. Expert
stenography and typewriting. 2S Lowry
by hand to
educated man who is going to merit a
position of leadership in the most
ital movements of his community
must have some adequate knowledge 'ijimilUllllllllllllllimmimiimiiiiiMmiiiiiiimiiitimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi
of the Bible and of religion. This re-', ""imiiiiuiiimiimiiimimimmmuiimiiimiiiimiu
"Vhateer attempt is made at set
icrs. The Bible College of Missouri
offers you your opportunity.
nouncement elsewhere in
tlement of industrial troubles," said I
Lord Leverhulme in a statement on1
labor oonditions after the war, "I think
i the wages system cannot be abolished,
i it must continue to be the basis of the
new conditions. But it needs improve
ment and modification. Wages should
be on the highest possible scale, but
no change ought to impare the suprem-l
acy of management. The first thing
we must note in any effort at im-, "OR rent at bargain To man and
nrnnmnnl f .m.i.n nnni.:nnn i w'fe. 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms on
imncment of working conditions iswond fIoor ,n m0(,ern hou ANo one
the tediousness of mechanical work, i nicely furnished southeast room on first
EXTRA HEAVY US.
FAST COLOF? EYELETS
Half a Cent a Word a ftay
v HEEL STAY.
ROOMS FOR REM
jThe remedy I propose is the shorten-j fIoor-
iug oi me aay s tasK irom eignt to six
1401 Anthony, phone 327
No matter where
you are at home,
office, hotel, on train
or boat, if there's any
kind of ink handy, your
pen will never be dry if it's
ty Fountain Pen,
Simply dip it in the ink,
press the little "Crescent
Yiller" and pen is filled Jj
Come in and see it.
Increase Wheat Yield Ten IlushcK
S. O Craig of Cyrene, Mo., bought
two bushelsof pure Poole seed wheat
frcm the University of Missouri Col
lege of Agriculture two years ago.
He grew enough seed from the two
bushels to plant his crop last fall. The
pure seed, according to Mr. Craig,
made a yield of eighteen bushels pet
acre when his own grown variety
made enly eight. His experience
with pure seed is similar to that of
Buchanan county farmers. Fiftv
I bushels of Poole and nine bushels of
(Fulcaster were distributed in the
J county in 1913 through F. W. Faurot,
I who w as county agent at that time. A
recent canvass of the countyshowed
J that 22,000 bushels of Fulcaster and
, 2S.O00 bushels of Poole had been listed
j in Buchanan countv for seed.
roil RENT Nice furnished rooms for
men; heat and light, .suitable for two at
$!. 14W Anthony street, phone 1133-Red.
FOR RENT Rooms for yonnp ladies.
Table board for both boys and girls, 1111
University avenue, oppolte Agricultural
FOR KENT Nice bis room
711 Mi -ouri Ave..
WANTED TO RENT Two nicely fur
isbed rooms, with meals, to men or man
and wife. Also one single room. 113
Anthony, phone 4W-Red. N-322
FOR RENT To men, two rooms with
glazed sleeping porches; al-o another large
room, single bed. Phont 4U2-U1jcL. 1th
j Basketball Coaches Meet
Ity Associated Press
CHICAGO, Sept. 17. Coaches and
managers of basketball teams in the
Western Conference met here Satur
day to arrange a schedule for the com
ing season and to discuss rules.
Former St. Louis Major Injured.
By Associated Press
I ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Sept. 17. Ed Noon
an. former mayor of St. Louis, was
i seriously injured here Saturday when
he was struck by an automobile.
Victrolas and records.
House. 9th & Cherry.
Whether it's a stick of shav
ing soap for the masculine face
or a pencil for Milady's eye
brows, we have it in stock in a
complete line of
See our window display of William's and
Colgate's shaving soaps.
Dentrifices, toothbrushes, hairbrushes, combs
face-creams, lotions, etc, rce have them all here.
Our soda fountain is the most reliable
and sanitary in town. Visit
our mezzanine floor with her.
Eastman Kodaks and Ansco Cameras.
We develop and print.
12 S. Ninth Street.
Some Reasons for Bible Study
- To heller understand the genius aiid spirit of modern institutions
and conditions. Our life Is saturated with the influence of bib
To better appreciate current literature. English literature is per
meated -with scriptural allusions. Many of the finest passages
turn on their use of biblical material.
5- To acquire crace and strength In public speech and in writing.
ilcCaulay Ruskin, Cardinal Newman, and a host of others have
acknowledged their indebtedness to our English Bible for their
To Inspire and help toward the attainment of one's best. ' For
improvement in character, and for giving -quality to one's every
capacity nothing can surpass an adequate study of the Bible. It
tones up the whole life.
Vnhersltv students can take one or more courses in the Bible
College of Missouri, and have them credited towards their university
degrees There are no charges of any kind.
For further information, see
G. D. EDWARDS, Dean
FOR RENT .1-room cottage, modern
except heat, south side, pived fctreet. W.
II Woldsberry, Exchange National isank
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FOR RENT Furnished rooms. (Hood
table board If wanted. Also two garages.
il7 Rollins, phone 1012-Hlack. S-322
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IN WAR SHOES
'The illustration showing the special features of the Munson
Army Last. Easy on the feet, turns water and especially
adapted for rough wear, yet it has a neat appearance. Just
the shoe for the business man who is on his feet all day or for
the young man on the campus.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
1104 Paquin, phone 1372-Green. MIS-K2
FOR RENT FurnNhed rooms for boys.
013 Elm, phone 5U3. H-319tf
FOR RENT Too urge rooms, one
single room. Modern house. 703 S. 5th,
phone 1233. G-313tf
FOR RENT Extra large rooms. Four
with hot nater, on third floor, for bojs.
'JOC College. JI-322
FOR RENT Six furnished rooms for
young men. single or en suite; lavatory in
rooms, steam heat, to baths, same floor.
Itroaduay at Ilitt, centrally located. See
Mrs. Jletty, milliner, or phone 93C.
FOR RENT Excellent furnished rooms
and table board for ladies, ln modern
house, one block from Academic ball.
Trices reasonable. 515 S. Gth. G-316tf
ROOMS for boys. Five nice large rooms
tno blocks from campus and Ino blocks
rrom isroaaway. not water neat, jioaern
In every particular. Two tubs, one shower
bath. 10W1 Locust, phone lli-C-White.
FOR RENT One room In private family,
for gentleman, block from Academic Hall.
I'hone 7C1-White. C-319
FOR RENT Well furnished rooms for
housekeeping or lodging. C02 Locust
phone 533-White. B-31Stf
FOR RENT Near campus, pleasant,
commodious room with sleeping porch ln
modern home of private family. Phone
4U2-Red. Cll South Fourth Street.
FOR RENT Rooms for young men,
modern house, 410 S. 9th street, phone
CSS-White. , P-323
FOR RENT Furnished, rooms for boys
or en suite ior light housekeeping. All
modern conveniences, one block from
campus, two blocks from postoffiee. Phone
KM-RIack or call 108 S 6th. 3is
FO RENT Rooms for men. Single beds.
Modern house. One block from Gym. 807
Virginia Ave. Phone 404-Black. H-31Stf
FOR RENTTwo large rooms for men
students. Itetween University and Broad
w.ir: one block from campus. Reasonable.
114 S. 9th. Phone 1027. V-319tf
FOR RENT Rooms and board. 1207
Paquin. Phone 1143-Whlte. B-319tf
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for men ;
convenient to university. SOI Locust St.
I'hone 113. B-321
ROOMS FOR RENT Large lrv rooms
with tub and shower accomodations. Mrs.
A. D. Swinney, 719 Gentry. Phone 343
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
board. 713 Gentry. Phone 533. B-321
FOR RENT Nice front room and two
half rooms. S19 Rollins, across from
Gymnasium. Phone 931. H-322
FOR RENT Brick garage. 413 South 6th
street. J. G. Babb. 4 B-314tf
l n.uitiu immediately uy motner.
daughter and son, three nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, near campus.
I'hone 53. S-2
BOARD AND ROOMS for students. Trice
reasonable. I'hone HS3-Vhlte or call at
019 N. Mh. E-7
See Them at $5 and $6
See Our Windows
The above is an exact
copy ot our No. 117
Betty Wales Dress. A
charming model indeed.
Many others of like
beauty will attract you
when you come to our
store which is the Y
clusive agency for Bet
ty Wales Dresses.
A Smart Betty Wales
Dress in Sailor Style
NEVER before a sailor effect as sweet or as smart
as this. But then, Betty Wales Dresses are
always new, always different, designed a-pur-pose
for college girls and other critical young
women who want style refreshingly new and refined.
This dress includes the useful gift certificate
good for your choice of any one of Miss
Warde's eight fascinating stories about Betty .
Wales College days (regular price $1.00).
We know of no value better than Betty Wales
in these days where money should be spent
Model shown comes in fine, mannish French
Owamn 1 leole)
The Store of Standard Merchandise-
TABLE BOARD, and furnished rooms for
students. men. Call at 503 Conley Ave.
Mrs. L. B. Ford. F-322
BOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, $12; 2 double, 111 each; one
double. $10; one single, 6. Jefferson Club.
311 Waugh. J-319tf
APARTMENTS FOR REXT
FOR RENTV-Modern slx-room apart
ment, sleeping porrti; private entrance;
newly papereA; water and beat furnished;
'"i mocks rrom urojdway, one-hall block
of West Campus. Phone S50-Black.
I C-303 tf
FOR SALE Bed. 411 South 5th. Phone
WANTED An expert student barber to
I work spare time. Apply Garrett's Barber
shop, new Boon County National bank
We wish to invite all old patrons and all new
students to visit our lunch room.
For years the students' eating place our
patronage is based on quality, service and
Buy a meal ticket and start the college year
FOLLOW THE CROWD
THE MODEL LUNCH ROOM
NORTH NINTH STREET