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LONDOK. An. 14 (by mall)e
Britain will open the fistic year 1920
21 on September 17, with a light for
the bantam-weight title between
Champion Fete Herman and Jimmy
Wilde, who hopes to. gather In the
world batam-weight honor along
with the flyweight title he now, holds.
There la a good deal of hope here
that Wilde can do what England's
heavies hare tailed to do remind the
United States that the boxing- game
started oxer here, though It may hare
traveled. good bit since.
Everyone realizes that Wilde la step
HENRYWho formerly caused the
boys to flock to the Tavern to get a real
shine is now at the Tiger Barber Shop.
"Famous for His SHINE"
We have just what
you- are looking for in
theway of a- Raincoat.
Snappy and distinc-
1 tive are the words that
describe these coats. !
1 Special" price,-
I $10.00 $25.00
Also sec our Gaberdines. They are the real
See our showing of Society Brand, Stcin-Bloch,
and Lang ham Suits... Prices $35 to $75.
mad, and at George-0. MeCaH iliras awl,
and or Eirth McCall deceased, and of
Msrr G. McCall rlnr rl. ana- of wllsnbstt
A. Thonrnson deceased, and of Mary J.
Roblssoa deceased, and ec Genres-O. Teal
deceased, ana or Josa veai deceased, sad
r James Teal decease and of Don
Teal Jr. deceased, ana. oi nemos Tee
deceased, and at Warns Teal detested,
end of Sarah Teal defeased, sad of Than.
dotla "Veal, deceased, sad of BUaoeth
Blchacdeea deceased, sad of Hasbeth B.
Rlchardsoa deceased, and ol Junes
Blcbardeos deceased, end of Thomae Selby
jr. oecesssn, ana ol ! rooia as-
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end of Lsrayetts Hume dsmeesd. sad of
Joel u. Baden deceased, ana of Oersrd
Robinson, deceseed, end of Thomas Story
deceased, and at WJUUm Jewell deceseed.
snd of William ML Adams, deceased, sad
of Tbomts B. Btnten deceased, snd of
Beajamin F. Bergen donas sad. sad of I
Alexander Washington deceased, sad, of
Harriet- Washington deceseed, sad of
William H. Allen deceased, ssd of Alex
Washington aeeeasea, eaa aury
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ping rather far oatalde his class when
he meets the world's champion ot the
next hesTler set Also there's a lot
of comment thar he's as good as be ev
er will be, and has no where to go but
backward. Bat Wilde has always pro
duced the goods orer here, and he will
hare a lot ot backing when he and
Herman hook op.
Thoagh not tor championship hon
ors, the second fight ot the season be
tween Joe Beckett, the British cham
pion heavy, and the always-reliable
Frank Moran will attract greater In
terest orer here. Beckett receiTed
such a setback when Carpentler beat
him .in seventy seconds last autumn
that he Is still regarded rery much as
a down-and-onter despite a number
ot excellent lights In which be has left
no doubt that he is a strong, willing
young man who likes to stand up anH Washington. Thoiaas. Washington. Ben
exchange wallops. And In his tights
with, Dick Smith, the former cruiser-
kwelght champion. Bombardier Billy
Wells, the hardy annual of British
hearyweights, and Tommy Burns, he
has walloped to good effect Moran
howerer, is a good deal tougher than
any of these. He is always danger
ous, has plenty ot courage and al
ways shows well against a boxer ot
Beckett's type. A win means a good
deal for Beckett another match with
Carpentler and possibly a hope that
some day hell meet Dempsey, though
most ot the boxing critics hope that
It he meets Dempsey he will impose i
condition, that at least one ot Demp
sey hands be tied behind him. Mor
an has never-lost a light in England
and la a great deal more popular with
the public than he is with his fellows
In the profession. The best anyone Is
conceding Beckett Is an eren chance.
The light should be a good one, as Mo
ran is at home, in a real battle and can
do what none of' Beckett's recent op
ponents can. do stand real punish
ment In- order to. administer it.
and ot ssssa W. Berry deceased, sad of
Elisabeth A. retry oiiiih, saa or -Jess
B. McCall deceseed. and of. Jsmes KeCell
jr. deceased, sua oi hums jecuau ce
lt thou wouldst his fancy keep.
try silk-hose and trim shod feet,
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OBSEB OP 1CBI4CATION
STATE OF MISSOUBI.I
COUNTY OF BOONE.
In the Circuit Conn. In. Ttcstlo' before
October Terax. uea
J. Elhou WUMte tad aUry Farler,
Tae nnknown belra, ceneorts, derlsees.
donees, suenees saa leuneauts. mesae. re
mote Tolanury sshI: tnTolsstarr granteee
of Georse SUeeletea- deceteeoV sad of
Darld Gordon deceased, sad of Alfred K.
Head aeceateov sno. ee-joaa v. vanisna
Intbam decessed, and of James Tanland.
Inffham Senloe deceaead. and of James
anlandloibsm Jos. deceased, and of
Elizabeth Veal deceased, sad of-Der Teal
deceased, sad ot Ann McCall deceased,
and of Jamea JecCail deceseed, ssd of
Sallle Chaplls deceased, snd or Jacob
Cbaolln deceased, and oTTheodoaU Thorns
deceased, and of Theodoata Theme de
ceased, snd of Gears T Gess deceased.
. Complete with detach
able cord and ping.
We carry a complete
line of electrical utilities
UNIVERSITY CREDIT COURSES
BIBLE COLLEGE OF MISSOURI
The student nrast have his Bible College Enrollment Card countersigned by the Uniersity
Dean, and by the Head of the Department in which the course is credited.
3f. Fundamental Moral and Religious Values. (Credit for Freshmen only.) An intensive study
of the character of Jesns, toirether with a consideration of the main lines of Christian conviction. (2)
Sec I 8 T. Th. Sec II 3 T. Th. '
7f. Bible mt Literature L The Historic Epic, and Wisdom materials of the Bible. (2) 10 T. Th.
8f. Bible as Literature U. The Lyric Prophetic and Apocalyptic materials of the Bible (2)
t W. F.
The two preceding courses seek a knowledge of the contents, and an appreciation of the beauty,
variety, and power of the Holy Scriptures as works of literary art
106f. History of the Hebrews. A study ofthe narrative portions of the Old Testament, and of
those elements of Hebrew racial experience which made this people so significant in the history of
later times,. (3) IT.T- Th. and 8 S.
113f.' The Social Teaching of Jesus. An inductive study of the teachings of Jesns in their bear
ing upon social questions with a direct application to the great social problems of our time. (2) Sec I.
8 T. Th. Sec II. hoot to be arranged.
116. Hebrew Language. (6) Three times per week through two semesters, hours to be arranged.
121L Comparative Religion. A surrey of the development of religion with an examination of the
principal ethnic systems, (a) z. T. Th. i
122f Christian Ethics. Ancient and modern ethical ideals compared with the ideals of Jesus.
(2) 1 T. Th. I
159f. Introduction to Religious Education. (Credited in the School of Education.) A study of
principles and methods rital in moral and religions training, and of institutions for promotion of re-
tligtous eancairon, um u c ........... , ,
For further information see, C. D. EDWARDS. Dean
U. Drarj, and Richard B. Drnry, her
hasbasd. ueora B. hcibt; jssms b. aetbr.
Arthur P. 8elhy, The -Trnatees of the
Town or Bmlthton. sod us utr or colnm
bla. IfUsonit. Defendants.
THE STATE OP MISSOURI, to the above
aimed unknown defendants sad to the
non.reeldent defiendants. Msrr Ellen
Waiblnston. Thomas Washlniton, Thomas
n. Berien, Benjamin a- Bergen, Anna M.
Drarr. Richard B. DrnrT. Qeone B. Selbv.
James B. 8clby, Anhnr P. Belby end the
Trnsteee ox tne xowo ox Dmuoion.
Ton are hereby ootlled that" an action
haa been rommenced aatnet yon In the
Clrcolt Conrt of Boone Connty. Mluonri.
arrectinc tne title to ue rouowmc aes
crlhed laadsend tenements lins. belor
sno sitnsie.La teoone vonnir. auasonn. so-
wlt: Kleren (11) acres mors or lees all
tost part ot the south part of the East
half of Forty-acre ont lot Numbered
Etshteen (IS) se known snd deeerlbed on
ino niat oz tne Town, now hit or vroinm.
bla. la Boone County. Iflsoouil. snd bound
ed ss follows: on the souta by the north
line ot Berseae Addition, on the east by
the west line of the extension of Third
btreet, on tne north by the south 11ns of the
old. Lexington Road, afterwards known as
the extension of Third Street, now known
as Sexton's Road, snd on tne west by the
lot once owned b7B.IL CUnkacale; said
around was formerly a pert sf the sauth-
eaet quarter of the northwest quarter ot
Section 12. Township 43 North ,of Kaage
U West, in said county; Also, the esat
one-third of Lot No. Nine (9) la Bergen's
Addition to the town mow citri or Colon
bis. In Boone County, Missouri, being S2
feet off" of the east side- of said lot, as the
seme aoDesrwoa the recorded elat of said
addition In the recorder's office of said
county: sod. that ssld BTOuna--wss form
erly s ssK of the ssatswest quarter ef
nection iz, Townenip s worm or Kaage
tX In Boone County, Missouri; which ssld
action Is returnable on the first, dsyi of
the next regular term of this courr bo be
held at the Court House In the city of
iuumoia, 1 tfoone uoumy, aiissoun, on
MONDAY. UCTOBXR 4. 1920. wham, and
wner you may aooear and answer
otherwise defend aoch action; otherwise
SlalntlaV petition will be takes aa-eaa-
teseea sua joagmeu renaerea sceoraiag'
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS my hand as clerk of the Clr
cult Court of Boone County. MIseourL ssd
the seal of said, court- Done at office
In Columbia. Mlisourl. this 20th dsy ot
(SKAL) R. 8. POLLARD, Clerk.
n x. lienrry,
Atty. for Pin's.
Last insertion Eept. Zl. 1131.
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Wcstinghouse Mazda Lamps
Edca Washing Machines
Hoover Suction Sweepers
Chas., Furtney Electric Shop
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School of Commerce
A University Professional School,
Seadasto Drrtatsa One year gmdaste
worn, leading to degree. Master la Bust-
ness Administration. Open to students
asTlng a professional or bachelor's de
gree, from aa Instltatlon of approved
stssdlng. Bulletin No. 51.
CadcrsradaaU Dlvlalsa z-yesr course.
leading to degree. Bachelor ot Science In
Commerce. Open to students with two
years of credit from s college of approv
ed landing. Opportunity to specialise
In Accounting, Banking, Finance, Sales
Management. Advertising, Factory Man
agement; Foreign Trade, Bmploymest
Meaageneab and allied saMeetst Prac
tical work la a great commercial center.
Fsll semester opens September 20.
Bulletin No. L
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Styles are constantly .changing which nc
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We specialize in Womea's Tailoring and
Dressmaking only and are qualified to give
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Ask any woman at the University who has
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Importer and Tailor to Women
The only Ladies' Tailor between Kansas City
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1 Stephens College I
Offers courses in
Music - Expression - rts
To Students from the University and Columbia.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Walter Scott; Director. Teh teachers
in the Department, offering courses in the following: Private instmctrcm in Piano,
Voice, Violin and Orchestral instruments. Two special teachers for beginners
in Piano. Class work, offered in Harmony, History of Mimic, CtwnferpokU, Ap
preciation, etc. Chorus under; direction of Miss Woodbritfge, head of the. Voice
Department. Orchestra under direction of Mr. Ziegler, head of. Violia Depart
ment EXPRESSION" DEPARTMENT MiVs Naana L. Forba; Private and
class lessons in expression.
ART DEPARTMENT Miss Madeline R. Flint Chin dtcoratiortj
household decoration, drawing, appreciation of art, etc.
Lesson hours and practice hours arranged to suit ctxmnieace of. University
and Public School students. No extra charge for use at private practice rooms.
For informatio. call- at College Office,, write, or phone 267. Registration
begins August 27.
James M. JVood, President
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