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THE ETENINfi MISSOBRIAX, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1917.
Stephens College Announcement.
Students from Columbia and from
the University who are planning to
take courses in any of the departments
at Stephens College may now enroll.
The following departments are open
to special students: Conservatory of
Music; Expression Department; Art
Department: Physical Education De
partment; and Literary Department.
For Information or for appointment
with the head of the department In
which you ,are interested.phone 263! or
call at the College office..
JAMES M. WOOD, President.
LAST OPEN HOUSE HELD
Copirlfbt 1917, 2l B. Kirschbaam Co.
Tip your friends off you who
are wearers of S. & B. Clothes
to the superb, values that you
have long known and have long
taken advantage of which are
found at S. & B's.
$15 to $35
The kind that looks right on the
New Styles Are Shown HERE FIRST
WHILE YOU WORK FOR OTHERS- BANK YOUR
MONEY AND SOME DAY OTHERS WILL
WORK FOR YOU
Every owner of every store or factory, almost without
exception, was an employe in it once. If you ever intend
to be at the head of a large concern you must have the
money to back it,.
Moreover, if you have the reputation of being "A man with
money in the bank" eoing over the top will be easier for you.
Worthwhile concerns will give you responsible positions. They
have proof that you are persistent and reliable. No recommend
ation is half so good.
To bank your money makes your future security threefold. It
pays you an annual interest; you have prepared for the oppor
tunity, and the lareer salaries adds to your pile the. faster.
Common sense should tell you that money will come in hand
some day. The only question is:
WILL YOU HAVE IT WHEN YOU NEED IT?
BEGIN YOUR SAVING NOW.
Mac has gone to war, but
will continue under his direction, and
our same competent men, arc here to
render you the same efficient workman
ship. Send us your pressing, cleaning,
altering, repair work, anything in the
line of tailoring, and it will be properly
cared for. Also agents for the best
laundry in the West Westminster,
8 North Ninth Street
President and Deans Will Be Hosts to
The last open house of the Y. M. C.
A. for the new University students
was given, In the Y. M. C. A. Building
last night Short talks were made by
Dean P. B. Mumford of the College
of Agriculture, the Rev. M. A. Hart
of the Christian Church, Morris Dry,
president of the student body, and
Frank Lowe, interstate debater last
At the close'of the open house pro
gram, a meeting of men Interested in
finding employment during the school
year was held. The annual reception
of the president and deans of the
University to the students will be
given in the Y. M. C. A. Building next
Half a Cent a Word a Day
and typewriting. 23
by hand to
WANTED Ily the Anti-tuberculosis
Committee a small tent for one of their
patients. Telephone SS9, or leave at the
office of the Charity Organization Society.
WILL give meals. Mrs. W. n. Drown.
HOC Paquln. Phone 1237. B-7
Mrs. Wheat, phone 6C3.
71C Missouri Ave. 12 rooms of
which S are bed rooms. 2 bath
rooms. No better rooming house
location. See Clinton Lyon.
Colombia Ins. & tKrntal Agency
Phone 259 Haden Building.
ROOMS FOR RENT
roil RENT To men, lery desirable
second tloor rooms, and sleeping porch.
707 Missouri Ave. Phoue837-Black
FOR KENT Large front room In
private fimlly. University professor pre
ferred. C02 Sanford, phone 172. C-C
Afternoon and evening gowns.
THE BIBLE COLLEGE OF MISSOURI
offers the following courses for which the University grants credits In the de
partments indicated. To Insure credit the student must have his Bible College
H! ?. countersigned by the University Dean, and also by the Head
of the Department in which the course is credited. No charges of any kind.
1. Fundamental Moral and Religious Values (3a in Philosophy) 2 hrs. (For
Freshmen only). Sec. I. 8 M. W. Sec. II. ,10 T. Th.
2. Bible as Literature I.
2 hrs. (7a in English).
2 hrs. (8b in English).
(106a in History). 9 T.
(122a in Philosophy).
10 T. Th.
9 W. F.
Sec. I. 9 W.
F. Sec. II.
Bible as Literature II.
Hebrew History 3 hrs.
Christian Ethics 2 hrs,
11 W. F.
Comparative Religions 2 hrs.
II. 11 T. Th.
Social Teachings of Jesus 2 hrs
Sec. lit 10 W. F.
Introduction to Religious Education (159b in Education) 2 hrs. (Credited
In School of Education only). Hours to be arranged.
116 Hebrew Language. Hours to be arranged.
For further information call for Bible College Catalogue, or see
. G. D. EDWARDS, Dean.
(121a in Philosophy). Sec. I. 8 T. Th. Sec
(113a in Sociology). Sec. I. 8 W. F.
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FOR RENT Lovely front room In
modern home of private family. Close in.
Very reasonable. Call 443-Ureen. M-C
FOR RENT Very desirable room for
two boys in modern house. 1407 Ro-e- i
inary, phone 723. Il-ltf:
FOR RENTTwo well furnished rooms,
for business men, university students, bojs
or girls. Near two good boarding houses.
103 Price Ave. Phone 5G3-Red. Z-4
FOR RENT Furnished 8-room house at
703 Maryland Place. Mrs. J. D. Elllff.
FOR RENT One room, with sleeping
porch connection. In prhate family of two.
Ituslness man preferred. Oae block from
Agricultural building and two blocks from
AVademlc Hall. Phone 500-Rlack. B-2tf
FOR RENT AT BAHRAIN To man and
wife, 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms, on
second floor In modern house. Also one
nicely furnished southeast room on first
floor. 1401 Anthony, phone 527-fireen.
FOR RENT Nice furnished rooms fori
men: heat and light, suitable for two ati
SO. 1409 Anthony street, phone 1159-Red.
FOR RENT Rooms for young ladles.
Table board for both boys and girls. 1113
University avenue, opposite Agricultural
FOR RENT Nice big room for girls.
711 Missouri Ave.. W-223
FOR RENT To men, two rooms with
glazed sleeping porches; also another large
room, single IhmIs. Phone 402-Illack. 4th i
FOR RENT 5-room cottage, modern
except heat, south side, paved street. W. i
It. (Joldsberry, Exchange National lUnk.ZS
FOR RENT Six furnished rooms for
young men, single or en suite; lavatory in
rooms, steam heat, two baths, same floor.
Broadway at Hitt, centrally located. See
.Mrs. Metty, milliner, or pnone U3U.
FOR RENT Excellent furnished rooms
and table board for boys. In modern
house, one block from Academic hall.
Prices reasonable. 515 S. 6th. G-31Ctf
FOR RENT Well furnished rooms"'for
housekeeping or lodging. 002 Locust
phone 533-WhIte. B-31Stf
FOR RENT Near campus, pleasant,
commodious room with sleeping porch In
modern home of private family. Phone
402-Red, 611 South Fourth Street.
FOR RENT Rooms for young men,
modern house. 410 S. 9th street, phone
rOR RENT Furnished rooms for boys
or en suite for light housekeeping. All
modern conveniences, one block from
campus, two blocks from nostofflce. Phone
S24-Black or call 10S S Ctb. 31Stf
ro RENT Rooms for men. Single beds.
Modern house. One block from Gj m. 807
Virginia Ave. Phone 404-Black. H-31Stf
FOR RENT Rooms and board. 1207
Faquln. Phone 1143-White. B-319tf
We Open Tomorrow in Our New
Store Building at 712-14 Broadway
at 9 a. m.
Our store is not ycf in gala attire, but We will
serve you as well as possible with cur incomplete
We ask for the present tolerance for our incom
pleteness and our disarranged stock, but assure you in
the near future a most comprehensive store with every ,
possible attraction in the way of fall and winter merchandise.
ohn H. Estes D. G, Co,
In Our New Home 712-14 Broadway
FOR RENT Brick- garage. 413 South 6th
street. J. C. Ilabli. B-314tf
BOARD AND1 ROOMS for students. Trice
reasonable. Phoue llSw-White or call at
C19 N. Mb. E-7
BOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
I double room, $12; 2 double, $11 each; one
double. $10: one single. SG. Jefferson Club.
311 Waugh. J-319tf
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
newly papered; water and heat furnished;
214 blocks from Broadway, one-half block
nf West Camnus. Phone 830-Black.
WANTED Student to write show cards.
Apply Mlssourian office. 11-5
WANTED An expert student barber to
work spare time. Apply Garrett's Barber
shop, new Boon County National bank
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Small lavender purse containing
bills and silver. Finder please return to
703 Missouri avenue and receive reward.
FOR our varied calls. Many war vacacles.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, Klrksvllle.
FOR SALE Refrigerator used only C
months. Very cheap. 507 High Street.
Phone 1271-Green. B-6
WANTED Second band
writer in good condition.
Address C J.
WANTED All makes of typewriters,
repaired, cleaned, adjusted. Moderate
charges. All work guaranteed. Expert