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THE ETENDfS JOSSOUBIAlf, TTEDIfESDAY, DECEMBER 1V1917.
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"FABEWElL FOB H. J. WATEBS
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" " Monday was "farewell day" at Man
. hattan, .?Can.", for Dr. H. J. Waters,
formerly dean of the College of Agrl--culture
here, who has resigned his
position as presldenj of the Kansas
""State Agricultural College to become
.editor of the Kansas City Weekly Star.
At the college Doctor Waters deliv
"ered his farewell address to the stu
dents. This was followed by a
luncheon In his honor given by Pro
fessor Crawford of the School of In
dustrial Journalism of the college.
President Waters founded this school
when he came to the college.
-Monday night In the department of
domestic science the entire faculty
miTA nnMnr Waters a. Tecention which
was attended by the student body and
the people of the city. In ms lare
well address Doctor Waters said he
would-be in a position not only to
carry out his Ideas for helping the
agricultural Interests of the state,
but also the schools or Kansas in his
work on the Weekly Star.
"As Doctor Waters arose to speak
the great body of students stood and
. greeted him wfth the college yell.
Hd urged the young men and women
to continue in school until they had
-completed the course, or until the
country called the young men to the
"colors. He said every able-bodied
young man should take the military
course "because," he said, "the win
ning of the war is the first and only
duty of the country now."
little Things Const
Small gifts but remember it Is the
little things In the world that count
'tis often easier to find a house than
the keyhole. A. Buchroeder, Jeweler.
(adv) B-S4
GEBXAlfT HAS CLOTH FAMINE
Authorities Use School Maps to In
crease Sopplj oi uses.
(Correspondence or the Associated Pretsj
BERNE, Dec. 1. German Ingen
uity has once more found a way to
stave off the crisis threatened by the
lack of cloths and clothing. The au
thorities of the so-called imperial
clothing headquarters, according to
Berlin papers just arrived, have or
dered all schools to turn In old wall
map3 that are mounted on linen or
cloth of any sort.
The maps, it is explained by the
clothing headquarters, will then be
separated from the cloth by a cleans
ing process, and the supply of linen
obtained will be used for clothing.
Fill Up Your Chest.
Don't be flat-chested fill it with
oiiirerwnre and change It from a
hopeless chest to a hope chest. A.
Buchroeder, Jeweler. (adv) B-84
FOUB MEttJTES TO GET KAtfER
Machine Gunner Flans His Time at
Frtrit Carefully.
By Associated Press
CAMP FUNSTON, Kan, Dec. 19.--A
member of the 349th supply train of
the 92nd (negro) national army di
vision, stationed here, has decided
Just what he will do with each of the
fourteen minutes he has been told
constitute the average life of a ma
chine gunner at the front. And four
of these minutes he is going to use
in "getting" the kaiser. Here Is his
program: Pray the first two minutes,
use the next four in putting his op
ponents out of the way, spend four
minutes -in "getting" the kaiser and
the remaining four minutes in con
tinuous salute to the ciown prince.
A Diamond in tho Hand.
A diamond In the hand is worth
twtf in the mine. A. Buchroeder, Jew
eler. . (adv) B-84
St. Louis Ball Player Enlists
By Associated Press
NEWARK, NVJ- Dec 19t John B.
Miller, of Carny, N. J., captain of the
St. Louis National baseball team
(Cardinals) since 1914,and who it had
been rumored might be elected to
manage the team in place of Miller
Huggins, enlisted here today in the
United States Marine Corps. He will
leave tomorrow for a South Carolina
training camp.
Blng Her Now.
A woman is like a telephone she
will always respond to the ring. We
have the rings. Come In. A. Buch
roeder, Jeweler. (adv) B-84
Shine Up This Christmas.
Lots of men don't know how to
shine up to their wives a "baby dia
mond" will do it. A. Buchroeder.
Jeweler. (adv) B-84
Not Your Hat In the Bin?.
Instead of putting your hat into the
ring, try a diamond. It may get you
more in the end. A. Buchroeder, Jew
eler, (adv) B-S4
National Livestock Market.
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. EAST ST.
LOUIS, III , Dec 1 The Live Stock market
for today was as follows:
HOGS: Receipts 8,000; market best 10c
higher.
Lights J1800$1033.
Pigs $1&50S1500.
Mixed and butchers $l&25Q;i&50.
Good heavy $18.45?16.K.
Bulk $1G.OO?16.50.
CATTLE: Receipts 4,600; market
steady.
Native beef steers $800$14.25.
Yearling uteo.rg and heifers ?7 OO0$1T.H.
Cows S51KJST11.0O.
Stockera and feeders $&50$UOO.
Texas quarantine steers$6.75$10 50.
Prime Southern beef steers $9OO0$12.7o.
Beef cows and heifers $&00$10.00.
Prime yearling; steers and heifers ?7.50
S1000.
Native calres $3.736118.00.
SHEEP: Receipts 3,800; market pro
spect steady.
Lambs SUO0gJ17.10.
Ewes $1000$11.B0.
Wethers $U00S12.S0.
dinners and Choppers $6,000900.
Women's
Checking Accounts
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"A Bank For
Every Purpose"
The financial strength of the home often lies in the thrift of the
wife. She becomes the money saver and lays the foundation
of the family's prosperity. And a Checking Account is one
of the "first aids" to home economy because it puts the house'
hold on a business basis, gives you a complete "check" and
enables you to stop the "leaks." Besides, it furnishes a valid
receipt for the bill it pays and prevents paying a bill a second
time. Women's Checking Accounts are welcome here. You
will find it a simple, safe and satisfactory way to handle the
finances of the home.
We have had a Ladies' Department nince the opening of this
bank, fourteen years ago,
Boone County Trust Co.
Columbia, Missouri
- ASSETS OVER A MJLLIQN
W. A. BRIGHT, Prcs. AIEX BROAPHEAp, Jr. Sec'y
S. C. HUNT, Vice-Prcs. S. M. BRIQHT, Ass't Sec'y
R. R. JUDY, Treas,
We're as Near as the Nearest Telephone"
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ters.,Plants.jand Gre
VOU are now invited to inspect the finest and most extensive col
lection of Flowers, Plants and Novelties that we have ever
gathered together for the holidays.
Let us remind you that it is none too early to make your selection for
your own home and for the Flowers you'will send for Gifts.
Whatever you order will be packed with greatest care to insure
delivery in perfect condition. Especial personal
attention to all phone and mail orders.
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100S BROADWAY
SPECIAL SALE
Christmas Shirts
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.50 Silk Shirts at - - - $3.50
3.00 Silk Shirts at - - - 2.45
1.S0 Madras Shirts at - - 1.23
(1. 00 Percale' Shirts at - - 8JC
75c Percale Shirts at - - 59c
75c Work Shirts at - - - 65c
50q Work Shirts at - - - 45c
25 dbz., splendid quality, all silk,
slipeasy Four-in-Hand Ties, at 50c
LADIES' DRESS BOOTS
In all the newest
shades of grey,
brown, fawn and
black '
$4.85 $5.85
$6.85 $7.85
$8.85 and up
A gift any 'woman
will appreciate.
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Ladies' and Growing Girls'
Street and Semi-Dress Boots
In new low Mili
tary or English
walking effects.
Black, tan, brown,
grey and fawn at
prices that please.
GIFT HINTS
THAT MAKE USEFUL AND
PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS .
Shop Early and Carry Your Small Packages
Hosiery
That Make Fine Gifts
A complete line of
Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Hosiery at
our Hoicry Dcpt.
Something that every
one appreciates.
LARGEST LINE OF
HOLIDAY SLIPPERS
to be found in the city to select from
Ladies' Felt Comfys
$1.50, $1.75, 2.50.
Ladies' Fur Trim
med Juliettes, $1.25
and $1.35.
Ladies' Fancy Bou
doir Slippers, all col
ors, $1.50 to $2.00.
Ladies' Quilted
Muhls and Bedroom
Slippers, $1.50 to
$2.50.
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"Comfy" Felt Slippers
Children's and Misses'
Felt Slippers and Puss
Boots, 65c to $1,507
Men's Comfy Slippers
in low opera or high
Eaust effects, in soft
comfy, leather or
composition soles.
$1,25, $1.50, $1.75
up to $2.50.
Men's kid opera,
Romeo, Faust and
Caveleria effect,$l .75
$2.00 to $3.50.
Men's and Young Men's
Dress and Street Shoe
in English or the
more conserva
tive last, in a
wonderful range
of styles and
prices. A shoe
to please every
foot. $3.50,
$4.50,$5.00and
up,
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Boys' and Youths' Dress
and School Shoe?
Ladies' Spats, Spat Pumps, Party Slip- Men's Puttees, Men's Leggins, Shoe
pers. Slipper Buckles, Shoe Trees, Trees, Boys' Leggins Polish Outfits,
Children's Leggins. Men's Hose.
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in Pull Gun Metal,
Calf and Tan, But,
ton and Lace.
$2.25, $2.50, $3.00
and vp.
BOYS' HI
TOPS
Misses' and Children's
Dress and School Shoes
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Black and Tan;
button and lace.
$1.50, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00,
and up.
Priced accord
ing to size.
EVERY CHILD LIKES NEW SHOES
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