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jances on further injury to any of (
men by having them in scrimmage,
ojenal practice every afternoon and
blackboard talks each evening are
e coach's plans. I
The cloudy weather and general
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soon as new corn will do to mill.
BOONE COUNTY MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
THE EVENING MISSODRIAN", MPS PAY, NOVEMBER 26, ltl7.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Mrs. V. 0 Vantis went lo Fulton
today for a short visit before return
ing to her home in Washington, D. C.
H. A. LeRue, who is with the Port
land Cement Company, was in Colum
bia today to confer with Dean E. J,
McCaustland. Mr. LaRue is doing
highway work in Kansas.
Miss Frances Brown, who spent the
week-end at the PI Beta Phi house, re
turned to Marshall today.
Crossley "White of Kansas City, who
spent yesterday at the Phi Delta The-
MISSOURI UNION BUILDING
Headquarters for Homecomers
OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY' 8:30 P, M.
Reception by Student Body
THURSDAY, 8 R M.
Dancing on second floor both evenings
ta house, left today for his home. He
will return with his family Wednes
day to be here for the Kansas-Missouri
D. J. Oven, who was graduated from
the School of Commerce- last spring.
arrived yesterday to spend the week
at the Phi Delta Theta house.
Prof. E. A. Trowbridge of the ani
mal husbandry department of the
University joined the stock judging
team and Prof. L. A. Weaver Saturday
at Keota, la. He expected to return
today or tomorrow.
John F Miller of the athletic de
partment of the University spent thej
week-end in Warrensburg.
The Knights of Columbus will meet)
tonight in the hall over the Central
W. W. Tucker went to Hallsville
Plant Bulbs Now.
They have just arrived. A fine
stock of hyacinths;, tulips, narcissus,
crocus, etc. Now is the time to plant
bulbs for early spring flowering.
Phone 920. Columbia Floral Co. C-49-tf
Teachers wanted to fill emergency
vacancies in all departments. Have
calls for teachers daily. Only 3
per cent commission. "Teachers' Em
ployment Bureau, 208-209 C. R. S.
Bank- BIdg., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. 12-tf
For Taxi Service
Get a Super-Six.
Let Holborn make your
We guarantee to please
THE FOOD GAMBLERS"
"LOVE AND LOCKSMITHS"
(Comedy featuring BETTY COMPSON.)
3 p. m. Matinee Nights, 7:30 9 o'clock
Wabash Market Grocerteria
Telephone 8S8 3IRS. WEATHERS 201 North Tenth.Sf.
If you haven't given the Grocerteria an order read this list and make
out an order. We deliver for only 5c and you will note you can save
from 10 to 20 on your order. This is certainly the time we all
have to save, don't think you are the only one. We are doing, a
fine business. If we can't save the customer money you know we
couldn't get the business.
New Knpllsli Walnuts, 111... tie Ilulltsl OaK 1 09c
Corn Flakes box .--j 09c Ai.iniEiis TiH 13r
IV Oats 1S" Nil. 3 l'limpLIn ISc
I.V Shreilileil Wlieat ItUcult 1S N. 3 T.itilei Teaches, dozen $1.90
:!(c- Slnluil Coffee. Ill t'c A few cases of Monarch Cherry,
HV K. C. It. Powder fie Straw lierry. Pencil and Hed
Salt lE.icon, lb 33c l!a.plierr Preserves, whle tliey "
IV KrNpy Crackers . 13c last, dozen J50
S.V Crackers, lioi. 30c 100 bars Hen Hur (J.50
J'lne Cranberries, uirt . . Uc (Soap Is scarce and lilcli.)
ilii(.rer Snaps, barrel . !"c No. Pork and Iteans, 2 cans SSe
Oo Toilet Paper 07c No 1 Pink Iteans, can 09c
Ifie Toilet Paper 04e Swift's Jeel Shortening (about
Snoullake Castile Soap, 3 bars 23c the same as Crlsco), lb 25c
New Pinto Iteans, lb ISc Creamerv Rntter, lb. 45c
lied Salmon, can, 23c: dozen SJ.50 Karly Itreakfast CefTee. lb ISc
Milk, can . 06c anil 13c Sic Catsup . . 20c
No. 3 Table Peaches, can 17c Itie Cleanser, C for 24c
Macaroni and Spaghetti, box 09c No. '1 Tomatoes, can ISc
Itoli White Soap, 6 bars., 25c No. 3 Tomatoes, can . 17c
laundry Soap, bar 03c (Gc Washinc Powder, fi for 23c
Sneet and Sour Pickles, dozen.. 10c "To Searthlicht JIatches, box 05c
Kill Tickles, dozert 20c 07e Arpo Starili 05c
Mince Meat, box 09c Fancy Jonathan Apples, pk. 40c
Jello, packape 09c -JV' Peas, can . 15e
Cow llrand Soda, Uix 04c Fine Turnips, pk. 15c
l.V Puffed Wheat or ICiee 13c I.V Corn, -' cans 25c
2.V Olives 22c III ick-eye iteans lb. . - - 14e
Ivory Soap, bar 06c Caiiipliell's Soup, '1 for 25c
Kjms and butter are too high to Pane Dried Peas, lb 17c
make cake. We hate splendid P. ,V f!. Soap 06c
Loaf Cakes at . . lie Fels-Naptha Soap .! 06c
1 ' ; I, i .
HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR
PRIME RIB BEEF
ROAST PORK LOIN
ROAST LEG OF VEAL
FISH OF ALL
CAL1FLOWER ' -RED
CELERY, CRANBERRIES, PLUM PUDDING,
FIG PUDDING, MALAGA GRAPES, FARD
DATES, PULLED FIGS, LAYER FIGS, CALA
RAB FIGS, APRICOTS, MALAGA RAISINS.
NUTS, OLIVES, PICKLES, FRUIT CAKES,
MINCE MEAT, BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
Give us your order early. We will take care
of it right. Phone 165.
" Where Quality and Sanitation Reign Supreme"
One Low Cash Price
to All Our Customers
We sell the Homejournal Pattern,
10 and 15c. None higher
Women's Apparel, House
hold Linens, Etc.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Radical reductions in prices of Women's
Fine Tailored Suits, as well as many fine
Coats reduced for this sale. All are of
the latest models and of highest grade :
material and workmanship.
Suits very specially priced
$9.95, $13 95, $18.95, $24.95 to $35.00
Sizes and styles for all ages and figures
Coats reduced for this sale and pricfed special at
$9.95, $13.50, $19.75, $25.00 and $34.74
72-in.- Extra Heavy Double Damask $2.75 quality
Special, Yard $2.35
72-in. Heavy All Linen Table Damask $2.50 quality
Special, Yard $2.19
John H.Estes D. G. Co.
Tomorrow Night at the Hall Theatre
Scene from Act II
"THE COLLEGE WIDOW"
The biggest benefit ever staged
in Columbia. All proceeds to
Columbia's drafted men. The
advance seat sale has been large.
Two nights only, Tuesday,
Nov. 27 and Wednesday, Nov.
28. Tickets on sale at theatre
box office all day. A few good
seats still left. Prices first 15
rows $1, last 6, 75c, balcony 50c.
: TIGERS FACING 1
Will Have to Do
v Than Two Touchdowl
to Win, He Thinks
MEN IN GOOD F(
Rass Is Only Regular
rinnnot Play Real
. ... .l-- f,ira4at TIllirMiLlV fit J
rhiiiy: ' ,l"' for foott"'1I-l
"Missouri is facing her
flirht since I started coaching
the Kansas team years ago. It
f Kansas this year we will 1
do better than two touchdown
sure of that."
In th foregoing manner, Co
p. schulte. Tiger rootDaii cnier
summed up the chances of M
against the ancient enemy on J
Field Thursday afternoon. The
basfes bis opinions on weight!
the fact that the Missouri squ
not yet In the ibest of shape, al
fact that he has seen the Kansal
Missouri Is expecting Prlngle
sas half, and Neilsen, their fu
to figure in the touchdown
for that team. While Missouri!
yet In her best form it is know!
that at no other time during ta
ball season was the team in
shape as" far as men are conl
Bass, tackle. Is still on the
list, his shoulder still giving
trouble, and while Schroedel
Hamilton do not yet appear tl
hit their strides. The only
regular who probably will 'be ki
of the game is Bass.
Hamilton to Day Tackli
One notable change in the
lineup is the fact that Captain
ton has been definitely plac
tackle and Tom Berry, former I
has been awarded the center
Berry Is a good steady man andl
handicaped a bit by his well
1G9 pounds, is a good fighter i
figure well in the Tiger line.
One of the best practices of th
was held this afternoon on
Field. Tonight there is a hard!
practice scheduled, which wl
followed by a blackboard .talk. I
gymnasium. Tomorrow the
will be light and the day of th4
will have on its schedule no wl
The largest seat sale since thJ
was brought to Columbia will
this year if advance orders I
anything. SU thousand seats
been sold and today workmen
told to start at onee on Ihe- e
of extra seats on Ihe north side
field. Already theiv were
section in place, but it has been
necessary to add 800 more si
these bleachers. These will be I
on cither end of the bleachei
were already up.
.Many Special Coaches Cob
Word from out of town is
effect that Kansas City, with
C. delegations and alumni, an
Iritis, Klrksville, Marshall, Ha
ville and many other towns arl
ing special coaches of rooters.
Ville has already taken 200 seJ
In a, letter to J. B. Gibson, In ch
the seat sale, Klrksville aluc
sure him that there will be ,3(1
if the weather is good. tThel
ville band, said to be one of tl
in the state, will be there to ml
the. Missouri parade We
Old Tigers and alumni are.
arriving In town for the game.
Salisburg, old Tiger football cl
rived yesterday and was on tl
helping the coach. Bob SI
Mike Giltner, and "Peaches"
are all expected tomorrow.
final bit of encouragment tq
rooters, George Reeder, weathl
here, forecasts a dry field,
rained two days in Columbia,
cording to the weather man.
will be clear and chilly, a perf
Mayor James E. Boggs has
the following men to be at t
sourl Union Building to welc
Thanksgiving Day visitors on
of the city: 10 to 12 o'clock
day, George S. Starrett. Ruis.
ioway and Lee Walker; 1 to 2
Joe Somervllle and Harold
ers; 2 to 3 o'clock, Bernard!
and Dr. J. E. Thornton: 3 to 4 1
.V. D. Evans and T. K. Catroi
3 o'clock, Ralph T. Flnley an I
Gentry; S to 6 o'clock, Perc
Horace Smith and Joe Someri
TWO V. S. SOLDIERS hll
Vlw IVoundfii Alto In
Fight With iernian.
Mr AhkotIjIpiI I're
American soldiers were kill!
five severely wounded In an
combat tvith tho Germans on
her 20, General Pershing repol
Walter 0. Thee VMU Hf
Walter C. Theo. a graduatl
the School of Engineering of
versity last year, Is visiting I
here while on the way to
Jionroe, where he has a con
as second, lieutenant In the CI
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