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THE EVENING 3nSS0URIAX, 3IOXDAY, XOTE.UBER 11. 191S.
Lieutenant Carlyle ("Chuck") Wil
son, former student or the University
and captain of a Tiger football team,
was shot through the lireast by a
proving rapidly, and, although he had
been lying on his back since he
wounded, he would soon be out
his company again.
It was- reported in France that
Lieutenant Wilson had been killed In
battle, according to a letter written
by Arda Armstrong to his father. T.
F. Armstrong of Columbia, ucioDer .
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TO CUP NEXT
German machine gun on September 27,
according to a letter he wrote to his second letter dated two days later
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson of I sat,j that the former Tiger was still
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Bethany, from a hospital in France.
The letter said that he was 1m
November 1 1 .
Night School: Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
living but had a very small chance of
Another letter written October IS
confirmed the report that he was bad
ly wounded with little hope or recovery.
ni KYSAXTlI EM UM SH 0
At the Columbia Floral Company's
Green Houses on West lloulevard and
Ash street. You can see thousands of
big Mums In various colors. All are
invited to come any day from 9 A. M.
to 5 P. M.
COLUMBIA FLORAL COMPANY
THE HANDY HOT WATER HOTTLE
For udun cliHK uetinilplu pains nothing
heals a hot water bottle. Take one to bed
with jou. For jour fret.
Re Mire It's one of our
Weareu'r .Hot Water Bottles.
At a small additional cost, jou may have
the sjrlmre tube attachment with the va
rious nozzles, thus ailillinr to the uses of the
bodies that of personal hj (rime.
THE DRUG SHOP
THE SAN-TOX STORE
"The Home of the Kodak In Columbia"
KODAK FINISHING AND DEVELOPING
Lunch 12 to 2 p. m. Dinner 6 to 8 p. m.
BY THE WEEK $4.50
14-meal tickets $5.00
Single Lunch, 40c Dinner 50c
Sundays two Dinners Noon and Night 50c
UP STAIRS PEMBERTON HALL
M. H. PEMBERTON
Big Fall Drive
The greatest Tire Sale of the Season. Never before
has there been offered such good values in re-con-structed,
double tread puncture-proof tires.
Don't pay more for Half-soles and Seconds until you
30 inches X 3 inches $7.75
32 inches X 2V inches ....$10.25
30 inches X 3'A inches $8.95
34 inches X 4 inches $12.50
Repaired inner tubes, cheap, some new ; 30 inches X 3 inches
inner tubes, $2.40.
Accessories, oil and grease
Day Phone 778 Night, 1 1 63 Black
Auto Service As It Should Be
Soldiers From Boone County
Will Go to Kelly Field, -
San Antonio, Tex.
BY A SPECIAL TRAIN
Selected From Class A, They
Will Get Training Before
One hundred and twenty-one class
A men will leave Columbia on a spec
ial train at 8 o'clock Tuesday night.
These men will go to Kelly Field.
San Antonio, Tex., where they will fe
ceivc several months' training prior
to going overseas.
They are: Lloyd Austin Martin,
Merrill A. Nixon. Benjamin H. Golds-
berry. Oscar A. Stephens, Gilpin Win
field Edwards, James Mason Dayte,
Basil G. Lipscomb, 'Iloger Burnice
Dlvle. Robert Kemper Held, Wllford
E. Coose, Gustav Bcehmer, Luther F.
Wade. Clarence W.BJppeto, Earl Lew
is, Donald F. Stone. Fay E. Ousley,
John William Musgrove, Hoy Denhani
McCown, William Frank St. Clair,
'Samuel Smith Turner.
Lurton Emmett Goble, KoyF. Hul
en Harrisop A. Lee, Lawrence E.
i Madden, Ted Lyons, Richard C. Wells,
Charley Winn Bratton. Willis R. Sapp,
Elmer F. Lewis, Jake H. Cornelius,
I Paul Ester Reeder, Joseph Smith
Blthe. Stacey Griggs, Arthur C. As-
i bury. Hugh Brady Archer, Willis
Y.ung Fountain. Willard H. Hickam,
Stanton Rice. Wilbur Roberts, Charles
Harold Sappington, Gavis D. Sapp.
Hany Washington Smith, Theodore
Fred 'Hulking. Thomas Benton Turn
er. Ellis Rothwell Tucker, John Elmer
Tuley, Nelson Hale Walden, Claude
Wilhite. "George Woodward. Joseph '
, W. Heisler. Shelley Caldwell, Albert
Adkins, Jessie C. Forbis, Leslie Lo
renzo Bennett. James R. Boatman,
James Carl Botkins. Francis D. Can
. non, Joseph H. Chambers.
Roscoe S. Crump, John William
Denham, James Graywood Eichel-
berger. Henry Lewis Hartwig. Roy
Clarence Lewis, Harold Herman
Llovd, Wayne Drake Martin, Owen
Edward Maze. Wilburn Columbus
, Melloway. Owen Thomas" Nichols,
James Hale Reams, Harold Dawson
Lewis. Otto Sapp Lee, Tom Rhlnehart
i Funk. Alfred W. Baumgartner. Theo-
i dote Meyer, Jamas William Strange,
John O. Lynn, Owen Sylvester Kite,
i Albert Begemann, Henry O. Hunton,
Robert Roy Grubbs.
j Ernest J. Fonts, Ernest M. Doug-
1 lass. William Wade Chick. Harold
Eugene Reno. Stanley Dewey Hart-
i Icy, Joseph Proctor Gallagher, Ben-
i jamin F. Mcorchead. Atley L. Sapp.
, John Otto Hudson. John Mason Dan-
1 ieK Luther Glenn Mayes, Flynt
i Chandler. James Harold Wharton,
i William Leonard Singleton, Wallace
1 Phelps. Elery Earl Gentry, Noah
Wallace Russcl Varvel. Benjamin
Wade Smith, Sam Benton Elder,
lames F. Rodman. Alfred Gay Ben
, nctt. Edward R. Windsor, Clifford
Bise. Dennis M. Perkins, James Rob
ertson, Sam Fred Dalton. Elson Sap
pington. Charles H. Goslin, Edna Mil
ler Baker, Owen E. Pcrrigo, William
C. Adams. Dewey Clemens, James
Johnson, Klon. M. Rimmer. Richard
Dewey Turner. Robert Allen Vemer,
George A. Leonard, and George Allen.
Association and the War Camp Com
"If It were not for the Y. M. C. A.
conserving the physical, mental and
spiritual forces of the British Army,"
said an English officer to Doctor Mil
ler, "the British Army would be a
defeated army today."
"We undoubtedly contributed to the
victory of the Plave," said Doctor Mil
ler. "The Italians first doubted the
need for the Influences exerted by this
type of army work, but after a dem
onstration on one battalion, they
clamored for it.
"The apreciation shown by the men
in the camps'and by the people of
Europe was expressed by contribu
tions. Surely the people here will
gi-.c generously to the fund."
President James M. Wood of Steph
ens College spoke on the organization
or the campaign. He is the chairman
or the student division.
"The trying days are before us,
-ath"r than behind," said he. The
$62,500 asked from the educational in
stitutions of Missouri was apportioned
before the original budget of $170,-
oOO.OOO had been raised to $250,000.
C00. Therefore, we must make that
"Every institution annenled In hns
replied with a generous, noble spirit.)
and I am sure that the University of
"Missouri will respond to its quota of
$9,Cf-0 in the same way.
"Chicago University has accepted
a quota of $25,000, the Iowa State
College. $21 500 and the University of
Illinois. ?:::. 000.
"The appeal this year must not be
on the emotional side, it should be
a matter of business. Figure careful
ly what you can give, and give It.
"One of the items Inserted lately
was $13,000,000 for a chain of Amer
ican universities and colleges and vo
cational schools for the men In Eu
rope rftcr peace is declared.
"II will be at least sixteen months
before the men get back to this coun
try rlur the treaty has been signed, j
This time .-hould not be spent in idleness.
"Already $5,000,000 has been spent
for textbooks, $3,000,000 for reference
bo:k; and $5,000,000 for instructors.
A CullCKO cimmnntlv Khnillil oanfixlat-
1" appreciate this." '
Dean E. J. McCaustland, chairman
of the University committee, told the
plan of the University campaign.
The campaign will be from Novem
ber 11 to 19 to solicit pledges, with
December 1 set as the date when
pledges are due.
"There is not the slighteset incli
nation to force anything on anyone,"
said Dean McCaustland, but thn
set for Individuals Is the ambna l
essary for the University to dr. u
share." ao "
"The faculty has been solicited .
letter, the S. A. T. C. will be uZ!?
the military organization and the nn
S. A. T. C. members through tw
Housewives, clip this out.
White Eagle Dairy Business Hours
We open salesroom 7 A. 31.
We close sales room..T. 7 I. 31.
Plant' Is closed from 1 to 4 P. M. Otherwise hours same as on week
One milk delivery daily, starting out at 7 A. M. Orders for milk must
be given day before. Ice Cream orders will be taken up to 11 a. XL
and delivered same day.
CHOICE YOUNG HEIFERS
- Hogs fat and healthy my own raising
PLENTY ON HAND
every day throughout the winter
Open to 10 p. m.
M. H. PEMBERTON
NOTICE $245,050.00 I
IN FOURTH LIBERTY BONDS
RrrelTcd today and arc ready for delivery. We point with pride tolhe fine record of this bank and i
Its patrons In supporting all war activities as hhonn by the following' figures
$797970 , 5
was"' subscribed thru this bank in the four Liberty Loans and the W.S. S. Campaigns E
No. Subscribers Amount '
167 $ ClrVN).00
.-,7:; " 00,000.00
MS $107,00(1.00 .
1st Liberty Loan
2nd Liberty Loan
.'trd Liberty Loan
4th Liberty Loan
War Savings Stumps
KKKP YOUR LIBERTY BONDS SAFE E
Your Bonds may be left in our strong Tiiults without charge
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES KOK KENT 1.00 PER YEAR E
THE BANK OF GOOD SERVICE E
BOONE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
Established 1S57 S3 ,5s! i " ll- 1R,CE President.
EXPLAINS WAR WORK CA31PAIGX
New Coal Mine
will fill your order with clean coal. Order a
TRIAL ORDER and be convinced.
Shaft mine located east of town. Clark lane,
on farm formerly owned by M. G. Quinn
OFFICE 14 North 9th STREET
Phones 1045 Residence 1179-Green
Dean Walter Miller Tells of Its Im
portance in Great Conflict.
"The campaign now on is one of the
most important features in the great
conflict." said Dean Walter Miller
Wednesday night in speaking of the'
Unned War Work campaign, before'
a meeting cf the S. A. T. C. lieuten
ant' hc distr'tt captains represent
or the University women and repre-
s-"'at'ves of non S. A. T. C. men stu-
cVnis who are to conduct this cam
pa'cn ameng the students.
"Last March when the seven or
ganizations made out their separate
budgets," continued Dean Miller, "the
$170,500,000 aggregate was the larg
est sum ever known before to be at
tempted for such work.
"But een thai has been found to
be inadequate and $250,000,000 is the
"The things it is needed for are so
nst I can sketch ihtm in only a cur
"In a word, it goes to take home to
the men. The ultimate aim is to
sustain the morale of the army, to
let'P it clean, to bring the home in
fluences to work, and to bring them
back not a whit worse but better
than when they went away.
"This sum looks small when it is
co.npared with the Liberty Loan, it
looks smaller when compared with
the work it does."
Dean Miller told of the homesick
ness that even he felt when he left
home, when he boarded the ship which
wa to take him across and when he
reached the foreign shore. How much
nmri- dn the men feel this?
"At these times, these organizations
cone forth with influences to sustain
the home ties."
rector xMIller spoke mostly of the
Y M C. A. work because of his inti
mate knowledge of it gained through
his experiences last year n England,
France and Italy. But he did not min
imize the importance of the other six,
the Y. W. C. A., the Salvation Army,
the Knights of Columbus, the Jew
ish Welfare Board, American Library
Christmas Gifts That
Please the Soldier
eF all years the Christmas giving of the 1918 season
should be confined to useful gifts gifts that serve a
purpose. The man in the service can't weight himself
down with articles not beneficial to his work. ''Send him
such gifts as
FOUNTAIN PENS, GOOD BOOKS, NOTE
BOOKS, WRITING PAPER, SHOES, ETC.
A GOOD BOOK
will be one of the most welcome gifts to
either soldier or sailor. It will cheer
him up, and be the means of passing
many a rest moment. We have all of
the best sellers, and even if we haven't
in stock the one you want we can get
it for you.
The Land of the Deepening Shadow - -. Thomas Curtin
My Four Years in Germany - - - - James W. Gerard
Penrod and Sam -------- Booth Tarkington
Men, Women and Guns -------- "Sapper"
and Mtiny Others
how Wy j
ii fills !j
just a dip in ink and one siinple
Ihumb-pressure on the "Crescent
Filler." Isn"t that fountain pen "class?" Isn't
it a downricht relief and soul-satisfyinj
comfort to eliminate the troublesome, inky
dropper-filler and tight screw joints?
Herman's U. S. Army Shoes wsuld bring
joy to the feet of any soldier. Can you
really think of a more practicable gift?
They give that foot comfort so vital to the
fighting man. Built to stand the wear and
tear a pair would last him "until the boys
not only fills totltbut dtut
tutf. too. t th um tn
tnd with the unw opertaoo.
Moreover, it boIuily wi3
not leak either in the pocket o
when writmj. .
The above are only a few suggestions. We have a line of silver
"always Sharp" pencils that are decidedly appropriate.
Do Your Buying Here It's Your Own Store
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