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THE EVEXIXG MISSOUKIAX, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1917.
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Mrs. Frank Conley entertained two
tables at bridge this afternoon for
Mrs. Will Conley and her guests. Miss
Margaret and Miss Leona Norval and
Mrs. Edward Allen.
Mrs. James Garth will give a tea
from 4 to G o'clock Thursday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Milo Carter
Stands of St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Taylor gave
a dinner last night for the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose" Estes, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Estes, Mrs. Everett
Manning of Pineville, Mrs. George
Althouse of Marshall, Mrs. Denny
Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gordon,
Miss Elizabeth Estes, Miss Mary Fos
ter Payne of Phoenix, Ariz., Miss
Frances Denny, Overton Robnett,
William Estes, William Gentry of St.
Louis and Mr. and Mrs. X. T. Gentry.
Epsilon Xu Delta, honorary sorority
for juniors and seniors at Christian
College, will pledge Gwenn W. Hiner
man, Helen Harvey and Vivian Hemp
The Chrstian College Club met yes
terday afternoon with Mrs. Hartley
Banks. A program was given and
refreshments were served. The
ChristianCollege Club was formerly
the Christian College Alumnae Asso
ciation, but the name has been
changed in order to include students
who are now in school. The club will
meet the first Thursday in eery
Harney Dietrich has been pledged
by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
The reception which the Delta
Gamma sorority had planned to gie
has been postponed indefinitely on
account of war regulations.
Miss Ola Goodium of Lamar has
been pledged by the Alpha Phi sorority.
L. P. Van Houten and W. G. Fowler;
member to the Shamrock board, B.
F. George; member to the St. Patrick
dance committee, V. G. Koch.
The freshman Law class has elected
the following officers: President, Ber
nard T. Hurwitz; vice-president,
Samuel Canterbury; secretary, H. T.
Drain; treasurer, Ralph Owens.
Frank Ledbetter, a senior in the
School of Journalism of the Univer
sity, returned last night from his
home in Farmington, where he attend
ed a farewell party given in honor of
his brother, who was called to the
Miss Delia Moore of Bunceton is a
guest of Miss Lucile Seaton on Rol
Philip Brinkerhoff, a junior in the
College of Arts and Science of the
University, has been excused from the
University. He left for his home in
Kansas City today.
Mrs. Maleta H. Scott returned last
night from a short business trip to
Alec C. Baj less will leave today for
Dallas, Tex., where he has accepted
a position on the Dallas Xews. He
has been Cisiting at the Phi Gamma
Mrs. Henry Johnson, who has been
visiting her niece. Miss Katherine
Curry, at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
house, has returned to her home in
Miss Martha Prewitt and Miss Al
berta Elsberry will leave tomorrow to
spend the week-end with their par
ents in Clarksville.
.Miss Estelle Stone and Miss Eleanor
Grubbs will spend the week-end with
Mrs. Horace Mann in Brunswick.
A. W. Smith of Athens, Ohio, who
has been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
L. Cline of 707 Missouri avenue, left
today for his home.
minutes' walk from campus. Mrs. Wm.
Hushes, 510 Turner Ave. Tnone 1002
FOB. RENT Two Iarjre well-furnished
moms. Hoard next door. Mrs. J. M.
Hyde, 513 South 5th. Phone 44S Black.
APART3IEXTS FOR KENT
FOR RENT Modern slx-rooti apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrame;
newly papered; water and heat furnished;
'JVi blocks from Broadway, one-hnlf block
of West Campus. Phone bM-Blaik.
The freshman class of the Colum-,
bia High School will give a hal
low e'en party in the high school gym
nasium October 31.
Half a Cent a Word a Daj
ROOMS FOR REM
Miss Louella P. Delvaux, 711 Mis- j
souri avenue, will entertain tonight i
for a few of her friends.
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room
for men. 1117 I'nliersity -e., opposite
AKricultiir.il Bids New brick houe. P-2S
FOB RENT One furnished room,
Mnitle or double. Quiet place. Tno
A tea was given at the Alpha Phi
house this afternoon from 3 to 5
o'clock for Mrs. H. C. Locke of Lin
neus, who has been visiting her
daughter, Irma, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kempster were
dinner guests at the Alpha Delta Pi
house last evening.
Miss Elizabeth Raw ley of Carthage
is tie guest of her sister. Miss Gracia
Rawley, at the Alpha Delta Pi house. ,
Mrs. Mary Shields Lawson left to-,
day for Denver, where she will spend
I MmnnutfiRB" I
Mrs. C. G. Ross entertained in
formally at her home, 204 Edgewood
avenue, yesterday afternoon for a few
friends liing on Edgewood avenue.
Miss Virginia Wheat left today for
Fort Riley to be the week-end guest
of Miss Clarisse Ran, formerly of
Columbia, at the home of Mrs. J. C.
King. Miss Frances Merriweather of
Kansas City will also be Miss Ryan's
guest. Mrs. King will give a dance in
honor of the men of Captain King's
CITY AND CAMPUS
Mrs. V. L. Xorris and son, Charles,
of Moberly, who have been visiting
J. M. Jacks of 017 Ann street return
ed home yesterday afternoon.
The junior engineers elected the
following officers Thursday night:
President, C. W. Laughlin; vice-president,
L. F. Rcmley; secretary and
treasurer, C. H. Lundt; members to
the St Patrick board, D. W. Dehoney,
Ah! That's the Spot
Sloan's Liniment goes right to it.
Have you a rheumatic ache or a
dull throbbing neuralgic pain? You
can find a quick and effective relief
in Sloan's Liniment. Thousands of
homes have this remedy handy for
all external pains because time and
tune again it has proven the quickest relief.
So clean and easy to apply, too. No rub
bing, 'no stain, no inconvenience aa 19 the
case with plasters or ointments. If you once
use Sloan sLuument.you will never be with
Generous sized bottles, at all druggists.
25c 50c. $1.00.
ROARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, $12; 2 double, til each; one
double, $10; one single, J6. Jefferson Club,
311 Waugh. J-319tf
LOST AMI F0UM)
LOST Turquoise aas pearl pin. some
where between 1408 Rosemary lane and
east end of University avenue. I'hon.
llEW-Uljck. Reward. F-tl
returned to owner upon description of
property and payment of this advertise
ment. Inquire of P. II. Ross, 201 Agr. Bide.
TKACIIERS WANTED Good positions
are reported every month In the year.
Mid-year graduates enroll now. Write
for blank and booklet. Central Education
al Rureau, St. Louis, Mo., W. J. Ilawklns.
Mgr. r. s. 0-15
rOIt our varied calls. Many war vacaclei.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, Klrksvllle.
WANTED-nA boy to take care or furnace
n'nd do light chores around the house for
his room. I'hone 1073-White. D-lStf
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furnace in exchange for room. Phone IS1U
WANTED Scleral young lady solicitors
for Columbia. Cood salary, pleasant
work. Address (J, care of Mlssourlan.
The VANITY FAIR
8 South Ninth Street.
We make a specialty of
LOST Light colored Jersey cow with
horns, wearing a black halter. Saturday
morning. If found notify -ISO-Red.
LOST White fur necKpiece, between COO
South 0th and Broadway, last Siturday
night. Reward for return to COO South
0th St. R-21
POUND A fountain pen. Same will be
Miss 3Iargaret Drescher and Miss Emily
Price will -tart a dancing class Thursday,
Oct. 11 Phone CO or C0J for Information.
WANTED Live fraternity man to
represent wbolesile coffee house. $30 to
$40 monthly commissions possible. Ad
dress Iturr-Jones Coffee Company, Omaha,
The National Touch
Method and new Un
derwoods for stu
dent use at less than
regular rental cost
After six months
you get a credit refund for every cent
paid. See our agent, R. C. Crow, V.
M. C. A.. 6:30 to 7:30 dally.
NATIONAL TYPISTS ASSOCIATION
The next thing you
think of is flowers.
The majority of those connected with the University
Christian, Stephens Colleges and the town people,
too, recommend Koeppen's Flowers.
Nothing hut the Best
Ask her, flowers will be the answer.
of all kinds. Done in the right
way, by modern machinery,
You are cordially invited to inspect our store
during the formal opening of The
Daniel Boone Tavern
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Tavern Drug Store
While at the Formal Opening
Between conversation or while enjoying a cigar
Drop into THE TAVERN BILLIARD HALL and
try your luck with a cue.
Our Pool and Billiard Parlors are light, commodious
and well equipped.
"Try Him ait Kelly, Rotation or Call"
A game of Pool or Billiards is restful; it's a good way
to renew an old acquaintance, or indulge in a profit
able association. '
The Tavern Billiard Hall
Under The Lobby
Ladies' Tailoring College
it so equipped that any woman
or girl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
Third Floor, Elvira Bldg.
DOES YOUR WATCH,
CLOCK OR JEWELRY
're ot charge
If yon bring; your repair
work to us it Trill be re
turned promptly in perfect
condition. All work guar
We clean or djc all kinds of
Ladles' and Slen's Hats and all
ladies' fancy shoes. A shine that
lasts 5c. .
919 Broadway Phone 199-Black
The best shoe repair shop in the city.
Neolin Soles a Specialty
24 S. 9th. St. Phone 389 Red
Saving your old Magazines
50c 100 pounds
25c 100 pounds
Phone 392. Will call
KLASS COM. CO.
(Ortr Scott'a Book Store.)
Shampooing. Manlcnrlnc. Manaace,
Complete line of crrama and ponder.
Pbone 207 W0a Ilrdy.
DR. J. B. COLE
4-5 Haden Blde. Phone 498
For Better Photographs
Star Taxi Cab Co.
DAY AND NIGHT
20c for one or two pas
sengers. 10c additional
for each passenger.
Country Trips Made
While up town visit
the Shootine Gallery
and Amusement Par
lor. More fun for 5
cents than in any other
place in town, and
more for your money.
Just above Broadway on 9th.
W. T. JONES, Prop.
Afternoon and evening gowns.
Let Helborn make your
We guarantee to please