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THE COLUMBIA EVENING-MISSOURIAN.. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 7. 1920 .
UNIVERSITY NEWS
tmnj snrofity, net yesterday- afternoon j 7 to 9:-istiiIjk't'inlhr Y. M. C A. ' b ill with malarial fer t his .home ''Mielii.rin, returned to Columbia San-i
r . .. . .. '.!. n at ..J -..! .ltl .!. 1 stair . t
in jioom luuat Swiuler Halt.
, . .-J., - -L-MJ
Maurice Paine of St. Iii rArmA
student in the L'nhcititr, as in' Colurn-
uia .juaiasr. .
Miss Pboebe Thai returned In Sl.
Louis Testerdar after -muiine at ihe Al.
pha "Delta Pi house.
Glee Club lrvouts wrrp lia-M mWrUr
TV Camnia Alpha Chi, iris' adrer- afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock, and from
Italph a SllldieirJf Emporia, Kan,j
nas reiurneu noinc alter a visit in Col-
umuia. j
Tire Alpha Delia Siema jadTertisini '
fraternity lield a business meeting Mon- j
uir cirmns in aoittier Hall.
Auditorium. Mrs. II. B. Alnutedl and children,
j W. A. Allb-ecbt, member of the sals 1603 Bass street.
j department of the College of Agriculture, ho hate been spending the summer in
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After the Show
in a
Harris Booth
She is sitting opposite ami Iwo parfaits made in the Harris
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uaj stand Let ween that is life, romance. (And the joy of talk
ing where jou l:ac privacy if jcu wMi and l:erc you can meet
jour friends and lull; Tiger after the Old Guard way.
HARRIS'
Perfection in Confection
MILURD & SISSON
i.
GOOD TASTY DRINKS
A drink to. satisfy jou mu'l he made of the purest
and host of ingrtdients and that is vital jou can always
find in drinks that jou get al "JimmieV".
snap
way.
They quench jour thirst. They fill jou with pep and
. I5cide. all this thej are served in the "Jimmie'
That is enough aid.
"The Home of Better Confections" 't
JIMMIE'S COLLEGE INN
916 Broadway f
Chqpse Milk Carefully-
.You arc selecting health for jour family when
jou choose Pasteurized Milk
Do jou care enough for jour children to make
sure that the milk they drink is handled by
Sanitary processes? at the
WHITE EAGLE DAIRY
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day.
R. H. Embenon, 'State Boys and
Clrls' rlnft 1..J.. ...n l
- - .v.wv, wm iac tomorrow
for a three-day trip in Audrain County
habere he wtll ...:. vi '
- a.a viiiiu. IICW C1UUS.
juu Helen Gumra of Kansas Gty,
"ho attended the Uniicrsity last term.
retumen In lir turn. ti V. r
IVesterday.
Miss Ella Hert tia anited in Colum
bia from her bome t r.l.fn,-,;. M..
and viU teach phytws and nulhematics
in the Colamb High School.
L E. XHiiieliril nmt v? r T . I .
f nave been tithing students in the L'ni-
erwry inter ine weekend returned to St.
Louis yesterda) afternoon.
Courtney Werner, a former student
lnd assisisnt in tli .,1.. j .
1 01 the IJmversity, lu bas spent ihe b'4
t in oouin America, is spending a
Imt iUi m r..l. .!.;
' f!ucll Ixng. of Kansas Cty as a
j-"i ai ine wita lau I).lta fraternity
house lait weel.
M. J. Regan, eitensiqn. instructor in
dairr hllshandrv rnrn.l . i
tjom Ne Lnmlon and left a-ain for
IT Snmtnf!. 1.1 n . t .
,.... .i..-i.i, iu no row testing iwhu.
lion vtifV,
L- A. Vraier. profcsir of animal
husbandly in tlie fVlle-e of Agriculture,
Ijjni rriuay ir acraruenlo. Calif, Lerr
(be ill judge snine at the Cahfomia
uito rair.
MiM Kalherine Cordwell. a stulcnt in
ht L'niiersity la-t jear. h.. ba, been iv
(tin? in dtllimltil (luring p...li t.
,umet to her home in New rbrence iztt
1tlr Cl. k.ll iu.L ! .1. 1 - Tt
-. .ji nln i,Wii ( lne new rnrcice
public srlmols Ibis winter.
Miss I.irinr E. Fate left today f,.r a
wo week's lour of the ftHitheasiern roun
ies of ibe slatu She ill train denwn
uration teams for the Silestrm fairs, in
'nnnection niib the B,i)s' arj Cirl
Zlub nork.
Mi- Grace Dulanry, rccnlly attach
nt to Ihe ll.js' and Cirls Chdi orl.
College of Agriculture, will lcaie Wed
itnday for Springfield, Mo, wliere she
I1 train the state c'laupionshtp team
"or inters'ate fairs.
! Miss Nita Collier, who t.as g.-adnated
j'rom the Unirrmiy last April, is in
Jiumiia tilting tier shift, Mary Cci
ier. She nil go to Pheonii. Aiiz, Mon-1
lay, where she will leach home econom
in Ihe high scluuL
I. 5wn!a ntmn. p-t.K r-.i r .uti - ci i- tia t-fnh netition-
" ""., n....H, MVUIMU. ltti wailll I jailfCS UUU4.C - i . a ....
and Ra? F. White. Erwin Summerficld. ing for mcmbexsbip.in lhe.nali oi-ia Jrom Joans Jiopuatij.
- ojaiusai 4
-"Tbe . W. U A. Book
been successful again this year is)
ing girt students to sell and to i
nana dooxs. ijirls i,'i
koolci In ike Y. V t A
mretin ou'j te on me ciinicai w, - . - . - -- v i
k.i.1 .i . v i r- i c..i. .i. " . r... i. ,.rt At present place tneir own price on therm. saJ
j ..v. a. miv a. ..a. a. - UUUT. SlUCr aiata aua ir.iau ww.,- - , -, . - -
'oEccrs .Ircted were: Vice preheat. Doctor Creere is an interne at Johns assocutwn wdl sell them to other..
(Jack Fulbrfght. ind sectary treasurer. Ilopkirs L'ru'rasily, lte"was gradnate.1 j iteire liiem.
a student in the University was thsharg. , ganijation of S-iuibcnas" Cluta,
ed yesterday, and J.'Jt. Lamberv. a to- Dr. Carl Crccne. son of Dr. U .
jcstional student was disclurged this Creene. of the Unireisily faculty, has
mnrr.mif .1 I ff .1 t nnttttMIl WltD
Sloan McCaulcy w elected president Mao Brolh, of Uochester. Mmn. HeUetond 1
of tlie Southerners Oub at a meeting M 1 on the clinical staff, with b b l
from the 'University oT MU
Freshly stocked witK
men's fallwear
--,Mt' about 1 1
this plan I
Stop in
when
you're passing
Spend wisely
- and own
2&NEW EDISON
"Tkt rkmpapk mtAmSnl"
There's a way of spending money
that spreads incomes over bigger
"sandwiches."
Big business cdlls it financing.
Government calls it budget-making.
We call it the Budget Plan.
Would you like to own a New Edison ?
Our Budget Plan will show you how to
"swing" the purchase, without cutting in
on your present necessary expenditures.
Now is a good time to buy. The New
Edison has advanced in price lessthan w0
since 1914; this includes War Tar. Mr.
Edison has kept prices down by absorbing
increased costs out of his own pocket.
Parker Furniture
& " Company
Sl)liili fall shirts
White oxfords, S4
Neckwear narrow silks
"Original ideas at SI
Updegraft's cape gloves
Waihable; hrown, grays, $5
Shaker knit wool sweaters
In black, while and green, S12.50
Intern o en s"ilk hose
Black, cordoan, others $1.25
Domet flannel pajamas $3.50
Patrick wool !ioc
In hrown and green, at $1.50
Collars handkerchiefs fancy ests
a
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Misa Florence Cox. who lias been a
uest at the Alpha Delta l'i luw, re
urneil to her home in Seddlia, Monjjy.
Miss Donna Jlatrs of 706 Misajuri
. icnue, wlio U a sl'ittnt in ilie Unirer
ity, has been called to her home at lieth
my on account of the death of her s's-
.er.
The following Undents of the t'niter
.ity who were admitted to the Parker
Memorial llospiat )esterday were: Miss
Virginia Uliillcn, Miss Lucille Kobl:r,
Sdward Sliclton. Earl McG.-ath, Walter,
STYLE
thafs
'Different'
That's what w'c Iryto give
all our patrons.
Our idea of rvicc is to sat
isfy jou. To sell only depend
able merchandise; to see that
jou get correct stle; good fit;
your moneja worth in every
purchase.
See our Society Brand,
Stein-Bloc!., and Langlum
Suits. Our pVices are
$35 to $75
The Man's Shop in Columbia
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We Enlarged
in order
to give jou
IJETTElt SEHVICn
We Cannot
give you
BETTER FOOB
"Hurrj- Back"
A Gateway Electrical
SAMPSON LUNCH J j
Hilt & Paquin
'Try 'a Piece of Butter Scotch Pie"
ONLY a forty-foot gatewaybour.al-Nl by
two bride pilastCTS and ornamental
lamps, but unliLe any'other gatewcy in the
entire world.
For back cf tt is the General Electric Com
pany's main office building, accommodating
2300 employees. And just next door is its
laboratory with tha best equipment for test
ing, standardizing and research at the com
mand of capable engineers. Then down the
street a mile long are other buildings
where everything electrical, from the small
est lamp socket to the huge turbines for
electrically propelle. battleships, is made
by the 20,000 electrical workers who daily
stream through.
What a story this gits would tell, if it could,
cf ths toilers of the electrical industry and
business, of amlussadcrs from other insti
tutions and from foreign lands.
The story would ba the history of tilectric
lijhtine, electric transportation,, electric in
dustrials and electricity in tha home.
This gateway, U3 well 33 thti research, en
gineering, manufacturing and commercial
resources back of it, is pen'toall who ere
working far tha betterment cf the
industry "
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