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A "War Bridge," similar to those
that have been given in St. Louis and
Kansas City will In all probability be
given at the Daniel Boone Tavern by
Columbia women within the next lew
weeks. While definite arrangements
have not been made as yet, it is
planned to have the bridge benefit in
the Gothic ballroom ot the Tavern
on some afternoon week after next.
Miss Juliet Bowling is planning the
party. Tno proceeds of the benefit
will go into the Red Cross fund.
At the tea which Mrs. Isidor Lpeb
will gie Tuesday afternoon in honor
of Sirs. Baxter ot Nova Scotia,
she will be assisted by Mrs. C. B.
Rollins, Mrs. Eldon R. James, Mrs. G.
H. Robinson, Miss Eva Johnson. Mrs.
isidor Barth, Mrs. Robert Keraer, Miss
Ruth Rollins, Mrs. E. J. Durand, Mrs.
W. G. Manley, Mrs. Dan Stlne, Mrs.
George Lefevre, Mrs. Guy Noyes, Miss
Anna Pape, Miss Jessie Hill, Jennie
Hockaday, Esther Hill and Dorothy
The Delta Gamma sorority will hold
Initiation tonight for Mrs. Charles G.
Ross, after which a buffet supper will
The following couples gave a wiener
roast at Lover's Leap last -night:
Misses Alice Furtney, Artalee Wyatt,
Bess Boswell, Maurine Hone, Mary
Elizabeth Coulson, Ella Wyatt and
Arthur Seaton, Harry Dietrich, Dick
Wright, Lee Cornell, Paul Koontz and
Claud Hourigan. The chaperons were
Mrs. John Murry and Mrs. C. W.
Many reservations have been made
for tickets for the opening dance
of the Cotillion Club which will be
given in the Gothic ballroom of the
Tavern tonight The old-fashioned
waltz, the- merry-go-round dance and
the very latest steps will be danced
and a seven-piece orchestra has been
engaged to play.
The students at the Y. M. C. A.
Building entertained their friends at
a Hallowe'en social last night. ' The
building was decorated with autumn
leaves. Jack-o'-lanterns, corn stalks
and moss sent from Texas for the oc
casion. There was a program ot
amusements, and refreshments were
Misses Bessie, Alice and Carrie
Barnes entertained twelve couples at
a Hallowe'en dance last evening at
their home at 401 South Fifth street.
Hallowe'en decorations and refresh
ment were used. Mr. and Mrs. James
Tne members of the Y. M. C. A. gave
a Hallowe'en party last night. 'Games
were played and the guests toasted
marshmallows over a large bonfire
back of the building. Two hundred
persons were present.
The Alpha Delta Pi sorority has
sent out invitations for an open
house from 7 to 9 Saturday night.
Mrs. W. G. Brown entertained at a
small luncheon yesterday in honor of
her guest, Mrs. Edward Allen ot Chi
cago. The other guests were Mrs.
Frank Conley, Mrs. H. M. Belden, Miss
Gertrude Cosgrove, Mrs. Robert
Ramsey, Mrs. C. B. Miller and Mrs. N.
The .Delta Delta Delta sorority will
give a Hallowe'en dance at the chapter
house tomorrow night at which the
chaperons will be: Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hoberecht,
Miss Agnes Husband and Miss Phoebe
At the dance which the Phi Kappa
Psl fraternity will give November 9
the chaperons will -be Mrs. Louise
Truckenmiller, Dr. and Mrs. O. M.
Stewart and I. E. Norris.
Stores Hare Food Displays.
To help the housewives of Colum
bia in carrying out their campaign for
pledges for food conservation sev
eral stores are making attractive
window displays of foods that may be
substituted for wheat. In one In
stance a barrel of flour occupies the
central position and around It are ar
ranged piles of Irish potatoes and
sweet potatoes, bags of cornmeal and
nee ana boxes of corn-starch ana
Men in Trinincr
Fighting isn't the only duty of a
soldier, and exposure to bullets is
not as serious as exposure to all
kinds of weather and dampness.
Rheumatic aches; sore and stiff
muscles, strains and sprains; chil
blains and neuralgia, all are enemies
of the soldier, and the relief for all
these pains and aches is Sloan's
Liniment. Clean and convenient to
carry or use: does not stain, and
penetrates without rubbing.
Ccncrotu ul bottles, at all drotzuta,
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TO OPEN LECTURE SERIES
Prof. Hudson 1V1U Speak on "The
Educator and Social Reconstruction.
Prof. J. W. Hudson will deliver a
lecture on "The Educator and Social
Reconstruction" tomorrow night in
the University Auditorium after the
mass meeting. This is the first of a
series of lectures to be given under
the auspices of Alpha Zeta Pi, a
society composed of faculty members.
graduates and seniors, who are inter
ested in education, law, history.
political science and sociology. These
lectures will be open to the public
, The subject deals with the present
international situation and is one to
which Professor Hudson has given
special study. He has lectured on
several phases of the subject In the
Summer School of the South and be
fore the State Teachers' Association ot
several other states.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Mrs. James A. Bloomer, who has
been visiting Mrs. J. Tuttle at Millers
burg for the last two weeks, returned
yesterday to her home in St. Louis.
Miss Lu,cile Cowan, a student in
the Graduate School of the University,
went to St. Louis yesterday afternoon
on a visit.
L. W. Fox, a sophomore in the Col
lege of Agriculture, went to his home
in Charleston yesterday afternoon.
Miss M. Brown went to Gallatin on
University extension work today.
W. C. Ballard went to Mexico today
P. F. Dittemore went to Kansas City,
Kan., today on business. "
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ray of St. Louis,
who have been visiting their daugh
ter, Mrs. E. E. Brown, 214 Edgewood
avenue, returned home today.
Mrs. L. E. Hill, 40S Christian Col
lege avenue, went to Centralia today
to meet her sister from St. Charles,
who is to visit her.
F. B. Goodrich went to Kansas City
today on business.
W. H. Pyle went to Salisbury today
The Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Ransford
ot Fayette, who have been attending
the women's missionary conference
at the Broadway Methodist Church,
returned home today.
W. Buck went to Moberly today on
Mrs. W. N. Lyons went to Edwards
ville today to visit her father.
G. T. Pollard of Hallsville, who has
been in Columbia on business, re
turned home today.
E. L. Tipton, a student in the Uni
versity, left today for Falls City,
Neb., where he has been called be
cause of the death of his grandfather.
Thomas Parsons left today for Col
orado on a business trip.
Mrs. P. F. Beasley went to St. Jo
seph today to visit
W. N. Guymon of St. Joseph, a stu
dent in the University, went home for
a short visit today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Terrill of Mober
ly, who have been visiting Miss
Louise Terrill, a student in the Unl
ersity, returned to their home yester
Miss Emma Quisenberry of Halls
ville spent yesterday with her sister,
Mrs. Nell Langley of Sexton road.
Mrs. J. E. Moss and son, Mark, of
Hallsville were here shopping yester
day. D. O. Bayless, T. K. Catron and H.
B. Goetz went to Centralia yesterday
Mrs. Alva Kirley and Mrs. C. G.
Thompson ot Fayette, who have' been
attending the missionary meeting at
the Methodist Church, returned home
G. W. Reavis went to Keytesville
yesterday to judge the rural school ex
hibit and to conduct a contest in
boys' and" girls' clubs.
J. E. Lanham and J. A. Freeman of
Hallsville were here on business
Mrs. F. S. Crawford of Centralia,
Wear a Barth Overcoat or
Mackinaw to the Game
Saturday and Watch
the Tigers Win!
By all means, keep comfortable while
you 're on those cold, windy bleachers.
You can't "steam up," you can't 'root
right" unless you are.
Come down tomorrow or Saturday
morning and we'll attend to that the
"eBtter Style Way.")
THE EYEXIXG MISSOURUX, THUR SPAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917.
who has been spending the last month
with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Daniel,
returned to her home yesterday after
Miss Margaret McElroy of the ex
tension department ot the University
left yesterday for her home in Kansas
City. Miss McElroy will be married
Mrs. Omar King went to Moberly
yesterday to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Mitchell.
W. W. Woods of Sturgeon was here
yesterday on business.
Miss Esther Stautermann and Miss
Mabel Semon went to KIrksville
yesterday to attend the Rural Life
W. C. Carl of East St. Louis spent
yesterday with his sister, Mrs. T. F.
Dr. J. E. Thornton went to Kansas
City yesterday to visit Dr. W. W.
Dukes for a few days.
E. M. Carter and R. H. Emberson
went to KIrksville yesterday to at
tend the teachers' meeting. Mr. Em
berson will give an address on boys'
and girls' clubs before the Northeast
Missouri Teachers' Association.
H. F. Booth of Centralia was here
on business yesterday.
The Oklahoma Club will hold Its
first meeting of the year at the Y. M.
C. A. Auditorium at 7:30 o'clock'to
night. Officers will be elected and
other business transacted.
Mrs. W. W. Waddill, 60S Sanford
Place, returned home Tuesday from
Pittsburgh, Pa., where she has been
visiting her son, Dr. Leslie Waddill,
and Mrs. Waddill.
James Regg, who has been in Colum
bia on business, returned to Centralia
G. D. Crandall. a University student,
went to St. Louis yesterday to take the
examination for the Signal Corps.
Miss Allie Crane went to KIrksville
yesterday to attend a sociological con
ference of public school teachers.
Miss Mary Robinson of the Agri
cultural Extension Service went to
Mrs. S. A. Mabry of Spokane. Wash.,
has returned to her home after a
visit to her granddaughter, Mrs. D. O.
Bayless, 302 Waugh street.
Miss Emeline Henry of Centralia,
who has been visiting her brother, J.
L. Henry, returned fo her home
S. A. Dinwiddle of St Louis, who has
been here on business, went to Mober
ly j esterday.
Mrs. T. J. Johns of Charleston, who
has been visiting her daughter, Alice,
at Read Hall, went to Keytesville
Mrs. Cecil Marksburry and Mrs.
Sydney Parker, of Maywood, who have
been visiting W. H. Parker, 719 Mis
souri avenue, returned to their homes
Miss J. Levy of Marlin, Tex., who has
been visiting her sister and brother at
the University, has gone to St. Louis.
From there she will go to New York,
Mrs. Herman Schaefer, who has
been visiting 'her sister, Mrs. Lizzie
Coons, 714 Lyons street for the last
two weeks, returned to her homo In
Carrollton, 111., yesterday.
Mrs. R. E. Wilson, wno Has been
visiting at the home of Dr. B. A, Wat
son, 8 Watson place, returned to
Kansas City today after a two weeks'
A. C. Edwards, who has been visit
ing his brother, Elmer Edwards of the
Christian Endeavor Social
At Christian Church
Friday Evening After MassMeeting
University since Saturday, returned
to St. Louis yesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Robins returned to
Sturgeon yesterday, after a visit to her
ratner. c. A. Wilcox.
Clayton Bridges and Robert Bridges
of Slater, former students of the Uni
versity, were here yesterday In
specting the hogs owned by the Col
lege of Agriculture.
Dean F. B. Mumford was invited to
the war" luncheon to be given in Kan
sas City yesterday by the the Food
Pledge Committee of Jackson County.
He was unable to accept because of
$5,000 for Stephens Loan Fund.
The loan fund which Stephens Col
lege maintains has received a gift of
?5,000 from Dr. J. C. Maple of Cape
Girardeau. Only the Interest from the
loan is used. This loan fund is added
to by gifts from the Y. W. C. A., the
alumnae and the general student body.
Real "Estate Transfers.
William D. Blagg to Na
thaniel Biggs (dated 186G).
undivided 1-7 in. in SE.
John W. Burnett to William
H. Bass (dated 1870), SE cr.
SE, 3-46-12 (210x455 ft) 100.00
Clarence R. Bledsoe to W. G.
Cook, SE NE, 4-45-12 1,100.00
Caleb C. Pauley to Lucy F.
Forbis, E lot 1, block
T. Fred Whltesldes, sheriff, to
C. C. Pauley and wife, W
pt. NE NW, W pt. NW, 18-
46-11 (83 acres)
E. T. Barnes to E. M. Glrd
ner, S 110 ft. ot lot 21,
E. M. Girdner to George Voss,
Clay Schwabe to G. F. Naylor,
S 53 1-a ft. of lot 19, block
2, Tandy Addition
S. C. Hunt to Jesse Burks and
wife, lot 8, except strip 30x
96 ft of W side, Huntsdale 600.00
3. A. Bradner to H. E. Brown
and wife, pt NW, NW pt
NW. 6-48-14; pt NE, pt N
NE, 1-48-15; SW pt. SW,
31-49-14; SE pt SE, 36-49-15
Lakenan M. Price, trustee, to
Mrs. E. F. Bratton, E 40 ft
of W 75 tt and E 5 ft of W
35 tt of lot 8, Wilson 2nd
Addition, subject to lien of
C. B. Bowling, trustee, to S.
C. Robinson, undivided
int in W pt SW, 2; E side
SE, 3-48-13, except S 30 ft.
for road (100 acres); undi
vided yA int. in lot 1. Gar
rison's subdivision of 2-48-13,
subject to D. of T. in
Book US, page 258 2,648.36
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CBACKER-EATLXG CONTEST HELD
Pupils of Elementary School Give
A Hallowe'en nroeram w-i crimen
by the pupils of the Elementary School
yesterday afternoon. The first part of
the program consisted of music,
dances and playlets. The second part
was an indoor track meet, including
such stunts as a relay race In eating
..lasers, ueiresnments were served
after the program.
The school rooms were decorated by
the pupils With TllimnVIno nn
figures of witches.
Returns After Testing Dairy Herds.
R. E. Watson, an offlrlni cfo- f
the dairy department, returned to
Columbia yesterday after officially
testing various herds in the state.
Teachers wanted in fin ,m,,.,..
vacancies in all departments. Have
calls for teachers dailv. cmw nu.
per cent commission. Teachers' Em
ployment Bureau, 20S-209 C. R. S.
Bank Bldg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 12-tf
Half a Cent a Word a Day
ROOMS FOR BENT
FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for rent
Light housekeepers preferred. 1401
Anthony street. Phone D27-Grcen. -T-41
FOR RENT Two large upper rooms,
thoroughly heated. Baths and toilets, hot
water day and night. Two blocks from
compus and one block from cafeteria Tor
gentlemen only. B12 South 5th. Phone CC1
TOR RENT For men, one room also
half room at 1001 Locust. K-43
FflT nPVT e-n -j. ... .
men. Lvery convenience. CIS South Cth.
APARTMENTS FOR HENT
FOR RENT Modern slx-room apart-
ment- Slppnlnc nn,ih nlt. .....
Sf, , P?Ped: water and heat furnished;
-H blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. Phone 850-Black.
RO.T?n AKn nrinxro -- .
double room, $12; 2 double. $11 etch: one
dOUhlP. Sin? nna atrtfrltt Cft T... J-ii-.i.
311 Wangh. j.aiotf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST On TTIff VUH, . t-... .
IWPPn Phi Cima'rt K st i, cA .., i-i' .-
Theater, brown tortoise shell rimmed
Naiades, t maer please call OSS. T-3Stf
LOST Tiimnnlca m.M t
where between 140S Rosemary lane and
t end of University avenue. Phone
-oo-iiau. xsewara. p.tr
Fifty suits just arrived, which
we offer. FRIDAY and
SATURDAY at absolutely
Owing to the delay in ship
ment and the late arrival of
these Suits we will sell at
cost to close the lot out
Newest models in Taupe,
Burgundy, Beet Root, Black
and Navy a large size range.
A small charge will benade
for alterations owing to the
extraordinary price offer)
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FOR our varied calls. Many war vacancies.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, KIrksville.
WANTED A furnished modern apart
ment or bungalow by University couple
for the wlntPr and spring. Phone 477.
WANTED By a young colored girl, a
place to do general housework where room
Is furnished. V-tf
WANTED A young girl, white or
colored, for housework and nursing yfter
noons and Saturdays. V-tf
The Y. M. C. A. Employment Bureau
his a few salesmanship propositions to
offer students. Phone 223.
PHONE y. M. C. A. Employment
Bureau for student help. Thone 223.
WILL DO TYPEWRITING and clerical
work. Vincent Sells, 1010-Whlte.
WANTED Place to wait on tables for
board, either In boarding house or
rcsiauraai. iTacucai experience. Phone
223, J. B. Drake.
WANTED Pressing. Suits. 40 cents;
trousers. 15 cents. Suits called for and
delhercd. Boothe & Crumrine, Y. M. C. A.
Qoffio 2&3? 3&3
in living well and living poor
ly is very small if you buy
right. Don't forget that
F. J.. EDMONDS
sells New and Second-Hand
at the RIGHT PRICE.
bought. Phone 423. Located
corner Ninth and Walnut.
TRY OUR SERVICE
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