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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUBIAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1920.
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Columbia City Schools
Following is a list of books arranged according to grades. Check
books wanted and take this list to The New Book Store, at 721
Broadway, opposite Boone County National Bank, and get your
books before the rush
Fiivcrsiilc rrimT .-. .52
Ither-ulc First Header . -, .55
Smith: Modern AIusic Hook, Piim-r 4!
Practice l'aier ., .05
N-rntch Paer , .05
Scissors Primary, Hornd I int ...,....r:....i... ............. ....... .23'
Kuler, Onchalf lull Di?sions jjj
!raunex .'.,.... .15
Drilling Pencil , '. .05
Iiherside Secnd Ieid-r , Jj3
Raile.ManIr: fpe'lin; U..k ., ,.'. j2
Smith Modern, M trio look. Pri iicr .............................'...... .41
Primary Writing Manual , 10
Practice Papir , '. .05
Nrralcli Tablet 03
Ssissors, Primary, Hound Point s"..... JZ
Ruler, Onr fourth Inch Ditisioiis ....i. ......... .(C
Cravonex f. .. 15
Drawing IVnnl ,'.p". ., ; jjj
Uatcr Colois (kind for NtokI Giadel ID 10
f-'1" ''" '.. !o7
RitpriI Tliiri Roller .........f , Jf
IbliryIanly: ;irnin JJ k ....... ....... ............. ...... ....... J2
TairLankK: UrnK- Giiaitliy .. .............. ................... .61
ctitwurtli Sririli: Elrniiilaiv ritlinie,ic J6
"mitli: llmlrrn Alusio H. IMrmr r .11
I'rimary Wiling Maji.al i..?. , 10
Prarlicc 1'aprr ... .05
Mi-ouri Oifiinl oic RroL JG
Scralrli Tablet .05
?cisrs for 1'iitua (l-a,ies ..'.... .25
Ruler, One-fwurlh i-ch (ii.kn) ....................................... .05
UraHing Prnril 10
Drawin; Ruanl W 10
Walei Gltir'' Kii.1 f.r lliml Craile'di to
Paint Pan .v..i.... .".,.... .". .07
1 OURTI1 CRADC
Ritcrsiclc: Fourth RsiiIt ......'. .69
BalicyManly: 5(wlIinK P-wl .'. .52
Wrntvnrth-Sniltli: Elcmmtary rillimr1ic : .56
Tarr-McJIurr: CrorFraphf, First Ilfiok .97
Carpenter: North mcriea .76
. Poller. J. S GiHril: Oral an.l Written English, Book I .71
Intermediate Writing Maaual .20
Pranice Paper , J05
Smith: Modern Music llixtl, Firt Reader .42
Missouri Oxford Note Ituok .05
S" """ ." xauotirj
Scratch Tablet . i)5
Sieor for Primary C-aJes .25
Crayonex ? .15
Drawing Pencil ..................................................... .10
Water Colors, Linil for Fourth Grade (4) 40
Paint Tan' : : .07
Drawing Hoard I 10
, nrrii crade
BalicyJIanly: Sneliing Rk - "
Wentorth-Smith: Complete Aritlimclic, Part I -56
Tarr-MeMurry Geography, Rook II 138
Carpenter: South America -76
Poller, J. & Giilett: Oral and Wrillen English. Rook I .71
Guerber: Story of the Thirteen Colonics ' .W
Gulick: Town and City .,....,........................... .71
Writing Manual, Intcrm-diatc 1, , JO
Practice Paper .05
Scifwre, sharp pointed, eilra quality ."... JO
Ruler , 10
Pencil - -05
Pen Holder SA
Water Colors, ind for frh grade (8) JM .
Paint Pan , .. .07
-Drawing Peneil ......,....... .10
Drawing Board , 10
RalieyManlv: Spelling Ik .". 52'
Wrntwortli-Smith Complete Arithmetic JB
Tarr-MeMurry: IVew Geographies, Rook II 1.33
Carpenter: Europe .76
Potter., J. & Giilett: Oral and Written Eniliih, Book It -88
Smith: Modern Music Book, Firt Reader f. 42
Bourne-Denton: History of the United State. I-2S
Gulirk: The Rod) at work ... .71
Writing Manuat, Intermediate ........... .20
Practice Paper ,....'. '. .05
Three Missouri Oiford Note Rooks .15
scratch Tablet .05
3ci&ors. sharp pointed, extra quality .30
Scissors, tJiarp pointed, extra quality .'...;". JO
Pencil .71 '. JUS
Pen Holder .'..: .05
Mater Colors, kind for sixth grade (8) : 50
Paint Pan .07
Art Gum Eraser ."?. .05
2 Drawing Pencils l4". each .10
Drauing B.Mrd 10
SE EiNTIi CRADE
PalieyManK: Spclhng Book -52
frentworth Smith: Complete Arithmetic. Part 'II '... 56
farrMeMurr): Ner (eorgraphy. Book II .'.,......... X3
Carpenter: sia .................................................... -l"
Poller.. J. 5 Gillell: Oral and Written Engli. Book II M
BuurneBenton: History of the United States. 1-23
Gulick: Control of Mind and Body .71
Smith: Modern Music Book. Second Header 52
Writing Manual: Grammar School Edition 25
Practice Paper .., .". -05
Three Missouri Oxford Note Books .15
Scratch Tablet -05
Scissors, sharp pointed, extra qualit) ...... ... 30
Pen Holder :05
Water Odors kind for Seventh Grade 8) 50
Painl Pan . .07
Ait Gum Eraser .................................................... .05
2 Drawing Pencils, each .10
BOOKS FOR COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
Ward's: Sentence and Themes S1.15
Punctuation Leave .23
Robinson & Breasted: Outline of European History, Part I ......! 1.70
Hawkes, Luby & Touton: First Course in Algebra 1.03
D'Ooge: Latin for Beginners , 107
Fontaine: Nouveau Course Francais 1.21
AT THE MISSOURI STORE. 721 BROADWAY
Lewis & Hnsic: Practical English for H. S. 1.16
Robinson & Beard: Outlines of European History, Parr II 1.70
Ford & Ammerman: Plane Geometry 1.04
Gunnison & Harley: Osar 1J8
Tabot; Le Francais et sa Patrie 1.02 '
AT THE MISSOURI STORE. 721 BROADWAY
Magruder: American Government J.21
Ely S Wicker: Economics 1.28
Prubacher 4 Snyder: High School English. Book II .86
Jreerer & Jones: Centory Handbook of Writing LOO
Hawkes, Luby t Touton: Second Course in Algebra Rer. l.U
Gunnison & Harley: Gcero , 149
"leason: Term of Orid .go.
Bigelow & Bigelow: Applied Biology 1.56
'AT THE MISSOURI STORE. 721 BROADWAY
Long: English Literature 4!..... I. ....."... L33
Muzzy: American History ...i.'.J.. 1.70
Ford & Ammerman: Solid Geometry ;;.... !.!.!!!! 58
Diacr & Dam: Jl..x a....8
Coleman: Laboratory Manual of Physics ....'. ,
Miner & Elwell: Principle of Bookkeeping, Combined Course .' 156
Rational Typewriting (Single keyboard edition) .' 1.00
Gregg: Shorthand lQ
Stenographers" Note Book .1 .......... .10
Shorthand Pencil ,n .05
AT THE MISSOURI STORE. 721 BROADWAY
5 Per Cent Rebate Checks en all Purchases
These prices are for New Books Good Second Hand Books Much Cheaper
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LONDON. Anenst 22. (By Mad.)
Technical discussion of the future of
aircraft in the German press shows thai
German experts hare no Intention of
surrendering the leading position they
won in the design and construction ef
airships. They contemplate the build
ing of airships for overseas service,
steamships as to cost and speed. These
monster Zeppelins would be three times
the size of those which raided England.
The ratio of the weight of big air
ships to the total lift is not unfavorable.
A Zeppelin of 68500 cubic meters dis
placement completed in 1917 weighed
only 35 per cent of ils lifting capacity,
and attained a speed of 30 metres a sec
ond. An airship of 175,000 cubic met
ers would weigh only 26 per cent of its
total lift and Le able to carry about 400
passengers in addition to the crew. Tt
would be capable of covering a distance
of lcsOOO kilometers at a speed of 145
kilometers an hour. . '
The only obstacle is the danger of
fire, but this could be eliminated by
the use of helium gas. Airships of ths
type will have three tinea the .speed of
the swiftest passenger steamer. Not be
ing dependant upon ports they ran sail
direct from metropolis to metropolis.
!to dreat Disaster.
"I told my boss I could not live on
my present salary."
-What did be say?"
That if I couldn't, it wouldn't be
such a world disaster." Exchange.
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Rooms for rent to girls,
301 Waugh street. Phone 1355 Black.
A business education is a valuable asset., The place
to get it
ROSENTHAL SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
Guitar Building Columbia, Mo.
Phones 1095 1012-Black
Office Hours Daily Until Sept. 7, from lio3 o'clock
THE BLACK HA1
"I left somethins like fortv I
flour, twobogsheads of bacoaTf
rcls of whisky and a hundred
of corn," said Major-General
Gentry of Columbia in the i
in a report to Governor John 1
some provisions he had left
detailed near the Iowa and J
to take care of a small fort ther,'
General Gentry had had a
even companies under bis charsel
purpose oi iignnng tne Inaiaas I
Black Hawk War. He had'i
with them to meet the red, a
fore his troops arrived on thaii
action the war was over and I
General Gentry was at that I
commander of ihe Third Divisiwi i
soun Militia. He had as bis
camps, James B. RoUins,,Cslcb !
ana laivm t i ctvt. hc was 01
raise an army of 1,000 men for I
Hawk War in May 1832. The
:o be raised in Boone and sai
counties. The quota from
Callaway counties was 300,
wanted to enlist as soon as the
The forces were divided ata 1
three different detachments
them did not return ot their. I
once. They were all hack, I
lie end of September of the i
I that they enlisted. In a little I
onr nvinlbs lime they were 1
marched tv meet the enemy, i
borne and discharged.
the Opening of
Mrs. J. H. Murray s Piano Studio
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1920
Studio: 400 College Ave. Phone 1148-Green
Experience in teaching and knowledge of children, have
led me to specialize in the first five grades.
Pupils graded according to college courses.
The Baptist Sunday School
Announces Following Classes
For Young Men Classes taught by Professor I?. F Hoff
man and Professor Roy I. Johnson.
"For Young Women Class taught by Rev. W. I- Dorgan.
For High School and Grade Sludeuts Graded departments
with competent teachers.
For die Children Well organized Beginners' and Primary
Departments. ' '
For Adulls Mr. E. W. Stephens Lecture Class. Tomor
row, September 5th, this class will be
taught by Dr. W. W. Charters.
Good Music by the Choir and Orchestra.
You will enjoy the service.
The popularity of our Men's Shoes
isn't an accident. It is the result of
a careful study of what men like in
footwear. We give them a standard
of style and quality that cannot be
surpassed. And we keep our prices
at a level attractive to those who
study economy. There is a reason
why so many men buy all their shoes
at this store.
In Fall Models
$9 to $16
d'avernor O'ardner Asked T.J
Delegate!! To WasUsn.!
Governor Frederick D.
been imiled by the Slate
lo appoint official delegates fn
souri fur the meeliug in W
September 21 to 28 of the fifi
holism, which will be held in I
try this year for the first lime i
was organized in ltU. the
till be under the auspices of it
Department and sessions i!l
n he Tan American budding. ,,
The program fur the six days i
addrrxses by many ol the most I
scientists in the worM, the
being concerned almost exclu
he scientific phase of the sohjt
This sear's congress will le d
o be convened since that held nTI
Italy, in 1V13, the world war.li
.lrevenled an earlier meeting. I
iriginal plans the fifteenth
vas to have been held in 1915.
The fifteenth congress will
vortby because of the fact ilia
rat to be held in a country wb
raSic in alcoholic Iirroor is pn
NlteS BODY Bll'K
Hartal of Janrnallsra (.'radnlel
The following account of he
last week of Clifford T. Moss. j
ate of the School of Journalism i
Jniversity. is from the Kansas
it m - - - hi
Simple and impressive were thej
ral services of Clinton French
leld at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Moss.
Hyde Paik avenue. After enhs
he tark corps, Sergeant Moss
ill on the way overseas and died I
Jays after landing in England. ,
Dr. Ceorge II. Combs, in than
f a brief sermon, said, as he i
Sis head toward the casket upon '
I large flag stood out as I
"I wonder if such occasions as t
not make the country a little i
note than eulogists or eulogies.
voung man, like tnousands of
made the suprem? sacrifice how I
ingless that rhrase is as we i
it and say It, and yeVJjow full of i
rag when brooKhKhwnse to us.
lid not pay; only angnish.
"HU life, like the lives nf
if others, was given) it went
the world in the larger
doesn't it make the flag a !
to ns, his sacrifice, their sacrifi
At another time, a much
Tucslion as to the soldier del
"I am glad this young
brought hack to us," said Dr. I
friend of the Moss, family
"back to rest under the Hue '
At Forest Hill cemetery.
squad from the W. T. Fittsin
paid the last tribute. Many fri
classmates from M. U. attended.
WHT THKr GO IJfTO ?1
Few Sin fp at Fmtit
of BespoBdency. ,
Among the 152I recruits
for tie army last month.
all peace-time recrds. were i
men who gave interesting
their enlistment. According
General P. C Harris, the adiii
eral, in charge of recruiting, I
practically Dv when a man
for Ihe army because be is
out. or became he lias had
with h best girl.
Td rather have my boy
three years in the United State
than attend any college in the i
declared Albert Uetnley. a
lionaire, when he walked int I
recruiting' station near his samsserj
at .Epworth, Mick, with his aosvfl.
D. Bentley, 13 years old.
Young Bentley had been
about the army's school at Camp J
Ilu and bis father became
Accordingly the boy is a recruit I
Slsl Infantry, enlisted for three
that be can lake a complete i
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in Tccatwsu and ccacrol