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' , BERLIN. Sept. 10.(By Mail)-Entente
Ta&ifloniics iicic uuudk wanner mev win
jeoBect note than a million weapon from
(Geraun ritirena under the disarmament
fagreement made al the recent Spa confer
fcace. This in apiie of the fact they eati-
No. 17 N. Ninth St
Day and Night Service.
Country Trips a Specialty
All Big Cars
16 Elvira Bldg.
Two years' teaching in
Normal- Department of
New England Conserva
tory, Boston, Mass.
Phone 1257 Black
That Waste Material
has Money in it
: We pay Highest Prices
CHICAGO IRON AND
Shoe Repairing System
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
Cleaning Pressing Altering
Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg. 8th St. Entrance
HENRY Who formerly, caused .thc.boys to fldjck-.to.the
Tavern to get a real shine is now af the TIGERJbARBER -SHOP.
"Famous for His SHINE'
J. GUY McQUITTY
DISTINCTIVE COMMERCIAL PRINTINGf-
LEARN TODANGE .
Private Lessons By Appointment Only-
BMethere.aM.Hro.milllen rifles and re.
voivers u me nana et citizens and anoth
er million in the possession of speculators.
uiuii ui wuum ara armnia-. m h ,.. ..
with' the army org&nuation.
rem of the Entente officials that the
ddJTenr will 1W ..mall U !.. -.
tied thnugh aabotace applied to the new
aitarwiment bw. For instance, the
RcicKiug control coaamiuae efflascuUted
the provision for the" oath concerning the
amounts and dmnts nf waxnn... -n.:.
"a-'' "Minia tins
the commiaaioner had considered hit big
gest cjuo in lorcing tbe country to dis
gorge. Certain krieeerverein. nr warriniV a
cieties, recently were reported to hare ex
changed modern model for old guns.
FurtherBanre-. iwww ! I.t in tk .
aussioner to decide whether societies
ocji a .citizens guard must deliTcr
weapon or only announce their posses
ion. althouah thev have- already hn
Thor Electric Vacuum Cleaner at
CLOTH AND SILK BUTTONS
Male the Best Trirdmings fot
Dresses. We male them for you on
the premises in all Styles and Sires
the aame day you order.
Miller Building ' Phone 834
First, class workmanship and
prompt service guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered
without extra charge.
810 Broadway Phone 315
Selling your Magazines
Phone 392' Will Call
Klass Com. Co.
In the Field of Sport
INTEREST, IN SPORTS
Drawinaa were made for the Ma tm.
ni tournament last Tuesday and, match
es are being played each day. " Girl are
showing a "great deal if interest and
enthusiasm in sport this year. A large
number of girl are attending baseball
The' HMUII nnr ttVa. wilt l'
placed on sain at Rnthwwlt rT...tM
Wednesday afternoon al 5 o'clock. These
ucixu coTcr aiucut tne Kansas, game.
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announcement of the price.
The 1000 activity tickets which were
orderer rffeenfW immJ wt..t.. ..!
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were placed an sale at the freshman game
IN LIGHT FORK-OUT j.
Discarding football uniforms for track
suiis the varsity took a light workout yes
terday afternoon. Coach Miller spent
considerable time instructing the bach-'
field in position work, intercepting for
ward IUHU nd Mwkin fl-..!. Pk.t.
worked tbe line on sprints and general
HUSTON AND BOCI1F.
REENTER K. S. A. C
Kansas Aggie football slock, which
took such a decided slump on the market
the early part of the week, has climbed
back to normal Inllnarinp atinnt.w..wl f.
Manhattan that Dewey Huston, star Ag
gie kicker, and Joe Bogue, former cap
lain, hare acain enrolled in school
Both of thru nlavera hav Iim. .
ported on the list of absentees at the Ag-
eie institution, and an irmMnliMw f
gloom has pervaded tbe 'Kansas school.
Huston by bis accurate booting alone ha
made the Aggies a formidable foe at all
From this date, the advertising
rale in The Columbia Evening Mis
sourian for Order of Publication will
be 11.50 an inch instead of $1.00 an
SMITH & CATRON
Great Fur Sale!
MONDAY, SEPT. 27 r
$30,00Q worth of high grade Furs will be on display, at
our store Monday, September-27. You will have 'an ""'
opportunity to1 chose just the fur piece that you waiit. '
The selection is so extensive that every woman will find
.tkeen pleasure in reviewing the varied assortment - ' -
SIXTY FUR COATS, collars and scarfs of individuality
and character, luxurious fur sets, all reflect the artistry
' of Ahe expert furrier. Bear in mind .that r values' Will
4THE-COLUMBIA EVT2mjMKUtlIArt.SATJJrmAYrsi$TBER 25.:i9.&
times. Hi famous lick of S3 yard waa
the record of last leaaoiL, In addition
Huston is a tower of strength on tbe de
fease, playinga guard position.
Joe Bogue, leader, of last season's Kan
sas Aggie eleven will add a great .deal of
strength to the line. Hi return was "also
despaired of some days ago, but the lat
est reports are to the effect that he ba
again enrolled in school.
KAPPA ALPHA' WINS
CAME J. TO 0 FROM'U. T. O.
In a game accompanied by all tbe
thrills and features of a big league com
bat. Alpha Tau Omega surrendered to
Kappa Alpha on the varsity ball diamond
yesterday afternoon by a 2-0 score. Luth
er for the A. T. O. nine and Smith for
the K. A. team were in good form and
each team was able to gain but a trio of
Smith a a trifle steadier and assisted
by two break of tbe game wa,able to
return a victory. The Kappa Alpha'
first rut) was scored on a walk, a stolen
base, and an error at first base. The sec
ond came when a jpassed ball allowed one
of two men on bases to score.
The semi-final in the inter fraternity
games start .Monday with Phi Gamma
Delta meeting Kappa Alpha.
FIVE COACHES FILL
AID SOONER VARSITY
The University of Oklahoma 1920 can
didates will be guided by five coaches
this season according, to a dispatch from
Norman. Ben G. Owen, director of phy
sical training and head coach, will bo as
sisted by G. C Jacobson and Major Carl
A. Baehr on the varsity. Edgar .Meacham
and Sam D. Barton will coach the fresh
'The Sooner started official practice
Wednesday, September 15. With ten
1919 letter men returning for the 1920
season, prospects are good for a success
ful season Iheir first in the Missouri
Valley Conference according to Oklaho
ma coaches. Only two men, Hugh Mc-
Dermott, halfback, and Roy Smoot, tackle
are not returning this fall.
Eight games, including five with 'Mis
souri Valley teams, nill be played, ac
cording to the latest schedule.
The-Sooner schedule for 1920 is as fol
lows: Oct. 9 Central Slate Normal at Nor
16 Open date.
22 Washington at St. Louis.
30 Missouri at Columbia!
6 Kansas at Norman.
13 Oklahoma A. & M at Stillwa-
20 K. S. A. C at Norma?.
25 Drake at Des Moines.
PIKER STARS RETURN
TO WASHINGTON U.
That the Tigers may expect spirited
football competition this fall from the
sgsj -Furs I
predominate. This wonderful opportunity will be yours
for ONE DAY'ONLY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER "'HV
,. "f? . k
Wastaaaten Ilnivmirr pfkm w
sored when news w'as .received yesterday
ot the actual enrollment in school of Jim
my Cnawlmin. quarterback and Ollie
Kraehvend; The return of the flashy
quarterback and Kraehe assure the
Ktescayaeleven of practically the same
Jjnenp aa laced the.Tiger. last year in St.
IaMtia.it Fifty men have reported for work
aauy and report indicatevthat a "Cham
pionship" team is in 'the making.
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TO WORK FOB PH. D. DEGREE
Setealy-Hree Stadeats Enrolled In
,rw VGnriMte School;
Seventj-three students are enrolled in
the Graduate., School of the University
inis term, fourteen of whom have already
received the degree of. Master of Arts
from -this or some other university, and
are working for the degree of Doctor of
The reason for the small enrollment
in the Craduate School this year is ob
vious.",. Dean Walter Miller said today.
"Such good .salaries are being paid teach
ers without the higher degrees that the
Incentive j lost.
Duriagjthe, whole ofllan year 172 sm
dents were enrolled. Dean Miller esti'
mate thatithe. number for tSe three
term of .this year will be about ISO;
Research work is being done by one
or more graduate students in almost ev
cry department -of the University. Six
teen are" working in various divisions of
the chemistry department. Some of the
most valuable work ever -done in original
research here ha come through investi
gations infanimal husbandry, farm crops,
dairy problems, English, pure science.
literature, education, history and the clas
sics, by graduate students.
Many graduate, students are acting as
assistants in the University departments
this term. As-two terms devoted to origi
nal research are required before the de
gree of Master of Arts is conferred,
those vr bo i work only half time in the
intet muot spend the spring and sum
mer term also.. A residence of six
terms in the University, is required be
fore the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
U. s! POPULARITY WAXES
Australia Chaaglng Because of
, Leagse Question.
The Ret. AL. Cloyd, a former student
oilhe. University of .Missouri and now
pastoriof a. large church at Ballarat, Vic
toria, Australia, writes the following in
regard tothe League of Nations in a let
ter published by tbe Salisbury Press-
i, If the League ot Nations is turned
down br the people of the United Sutra
in tbe November election, I think I shall
not think seriously of tarrying here any
length of time alter that date.
'I hope tbe Democratic candidate will
be elected. Australians cannot under
stand the actions of the United Stales
with regard to the war and the League
of Nations. Americans are not aa popu
lar here aa when I came the-first time.
September 25 Association of Collegiate
Alumnae concert In University Audi
torium at 8 o'clock. ' -
October,! Football University High vs.
Kemper Military Aeadeay. '
October' l-"HeBo Day-
October I Student mass'meetiag for the
election of cheer leader.
October 2 Football Missouri Wesleyan
vs. Missouri, at Columbia.
October 2 First issue of the Showme, a
monthly magazine published by the
student of the University, a
October 3 Salvation Army -ampaiy
starts in Columbia.
October 46 Cireuit Court in session. -?
October 6 The Boone .County Sunday
School convention meet af the Presby
October 9 Epworth League Social.
October 9 Foothall Columbia, High vs.
Jefferson Gly High.
October 11 Missouri State Teachers' As
sociation meeting in Kansas uty.
October 11 American Red Cross Mem
bership drive begins.
October 30 Football Oklahoma vs. Mis
souri In Colombia.
November 5 Football Columbia High
vs. Kirksville High.
November 6 Football Kansas Aggies
vs. Missouri, in Columbia.
November 13 Football Washington vs.
Missouri, in Columbia.
November 20 Football Missouri vs.
November 25 Football Homecoming
game, Kansas vs. Missouri in Columbia.
I'tODAY'S HOTEL GUESTS
The following guests are registered at
the Daniel Boone Tavern: E. II. Thorpe,
H. L. Fredman, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Dale,
J. W. 'OldSeld, A. B. Cempp, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Philips, Mr. and Mrs. IL T.
Miller, Otis Wherley, R. Cook, Mrs. E.
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McFadden,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wilson, Mr. and Mr.
E. T. Robinson. G. IL Richards, E. A.
Rippey, J. C. Meyers, J. W. Tremainne.
Wilson Roger. Myrtle R Wood, and T.
B. Corpering. all of St. Louis; V. B.
Beavers, E. D. Wood, Charles W. Young,
F. L. Bond. Wolford E. Lewi. Stanley
Seibel. Mrs. W. W. Henson, Mrs. L. E.
Wassmer, E. B. Smylhe, M and Mrs. E.
J. Merkle. J. A. Grace, and Mrs. R. H.
Payne and daughter, all of Kansas City;
E. M. Lindsay, St. Joseph; D. W. Thomp
son, Uniontille; Capt. M. S. Creuser, De
troit: W. E. Boettgen, Joseph L. Janda,
and J. E. O'Brien, all of Chicago; E. N.
Cox. Higbee; P. H. Knighton. Hannibal;
H. M. Combrunk, Carroll ton, IIL; L Os-
trolL New York Gtv: Mrs. W, E. Bard
and Miss Estelle Bard, Sedalia; J. M.
Allen, Mexico; A. U. Alexander, Mexico;
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Larabee and Mrs. H.
RAftinr f!nlnrailn Snrincs. Colo.: Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Whitaker, Wichita; G7
Parker and H. Parker. Su Charles; Edna
Durbin. Woodbine. HL: Oscar Spencer,
Centralia; Mrs. T. M. King. Springfield.
Mo.; Mrs. L. D. DeLaus, Fulton, Kas.;
and Bertie Lee Newlon, Syracuse, N. Y.
The following are registered at the
Athens Hotel: E. A. Noel. Hem Madden
and Mr. and Mrs. C F. Smith, all of
Kansas City: R..B- Miller, Wilmetle, 111.;
Mr. end Mr. J. H. Jxrenson, Lovington,
HL: L. A. Lorenson. Lovington, IIL; Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Turner, Long Beach, CaL,
and IL C Seavers, Vandalia, Mo.
Martin Law Clab Holds Moot TrUL
A moot trial waa held by tbe Martin
t . rtnh xrMnndax- niiht. Paul Ver-
soza talked on the old Spanish colonial
law. and law as it is today in the Phil-
v.iu. :. hrnv ffiven. that letters of
Administration on the Estate of Susan A.
undersignea on uie wo uay :f"
i ,non u- t Pmlui. rVittrt nf Boone
... .t m.L J -T C fm.
County. Missouri. All persons haying
claims against sain uiaie are ich
lo exhibit them for allowance to the Ad
ministrator within six months after the
i.t r ..u tiMknu nr thev miv be Dre-
cluded from any benefit of aaid Estsle;
and if such claims be not exhibited with
in one year from the dale of the last in
sertion of the publication ot tma notice.
they shall be lorever narrea.
Tli SJnh dav ot September. 1920.
i..,. u a rvnW. W. K. Stone
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Judae of I'robate Aomimsiraior
Say it with: Flowers
Fresh roses cut every morn"
ing. Also all other flow
ers in season, always right
from our eleven modern
We are members of. the
florist telegraphic" associa
tion and can have orders
Jilledin any, part of Amer
, ica within an hour.
All kinds of Palms, Ferns
and. other decorative
Remember "always fresh
flowers" when ordreing
from the '
i . i.i
Half a Cert Word a Daj.
FOR RENT-Very desirable east room
for" gentleman at 905 College. Prompt
action will secure immediate' possession
Phone 1179 Red. D21
FOR RENT Nice room in private
home. 7 North Garth. Phone 1210
Creen. . M-lStf
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
close in. Phone 427 Creen. W-21
FOR RENT 3 room for men in
dent one block from white campus. Call
1309 Green. N-26
FOR RENT One second floor and o.ne
third floor room furnished for boys.
Across street south- from Academic Hall.
601 Conley, B-21
FOR RENT Brick garage, concrete
floor, large' windows electric light., at
415 S. 6th Street $150 per month. M6tf
FOR RENT Two good rooms at 810
FOR JtENT Attractive room for two
girls. Also half room for one girL One
block from campus. 507 Hitt Street.
Phone 871-Crern. T-otf
FOR RENT Two very desirable
room for boys. 907 College. Pbone
FOR RENT Brick garage on 6th
street across from campus, llwne 415
South 5th. M-301tf
FOR RENT To good ouke rooms
for professional men, located over 9 N.
8th, SU-Inquire at Johnson Bros. Grocery.
Phone 375. J-21
FOR SALE Big, nice Keiler pears;
nice for preserving. Phone 7IL Chas.
W. Little, three miles east. L-21
WATKINS PRODUCTS for sale;
511 W. Broadway. Phone 480 White.
LOST AXD FOUSD
LOST Bunch of keys on heart-shaped
ring, at poslof lice. Academic Hall or be
tween these places. Finder return to Mis
sourian office. S23
LOST Laree creen trunk, call 614
white or call 707 Hill street. M-27
LOST A small dark green steamer
trunk; left station by mistake. Cil
Huber 642. 3t
LOST A hair ornament Saturday
night' probably near University and HitL
Reward. Phone V8S Green. R-22
LOST Dark blue Eton jacket braid
ed around the collar. Lost In library.
Call 692 Creen. C MendenhalL Re
ward. LOS I' Snmewhen. nn ramnna Ctm.
Chi fraternity pin. Name H. T. Dawson.
Call 616. Rewara. p-14tf
LOST Pair shell rimmed eyeglasses
Thursday. Probably at ball game. Re
ward. Nathan 856. N-tf
WASTED TO BUT
RAGS WANTED Will pay 5 cents a
Order an extra supply of Tropic Nut
Margarine tomorrow for the children.
They will want.it to use in candy and for
popped com Sunday afternoon.. Call
Richard' Market. (Adv.)
"Our Debt to the Dreamers"
Dean Waller Williams has chosen that subject for his
Bible class lecture next Sunday morning. Accept a cordial
invitation to attend and you will be rewarded amply by an
"htcrcsting, instructive talk.
The class is held in connection, with the Presbyterian
Every ounce of HP Flour
value and uniform in quality.
Our selection of only the
r. i- ' ', " a
Wr SsaSsaSSSSaSsaSsaSsaSaSsV-' sV
TaSm. Ssal' amai VamarWf JMt
County and our system of milling makes possible the mum
facture-of this prerady. satisfactory fear. :
"HP Satisfaction" for sale by all, grocers or call No. 9
Boone County IVllllW
pound for clean cotton rags for cleaning
machinery. Missonrian, J. Neff Hall.'
WANTFn TO BUY .1 :
of Chamberlain & Salisbury Introductoyr.
Geology. Call SliUer, 584 White after '7
p. m. M-22
WANTEDS BEKT '
WANTED TO RENT A very deairl
able room close to campus for two quiet
students. Address M. care Missonrian.'
BOARD AND LOBGIXO
WANTED First class boarding bouse
for group of University professors. Parties
interested write L care of the Missoariaa.
WANTED A male pup. Any kind
from a poodle to a hound. Call 1071
REAL ESTATE We buy. seU, rent
and exchange real estate of all kinds. If
vou have property for sale or exchange
it might be to your interest to see us.
We have cash buyers now for houses pric
ed from $2000 to 16000. List your prop,
erty with us. T. E. Wisdom Realty Co
Exchange Bank Building, room 404, phone
SITUATION WANTED-Man and
wif" with experience as cooks want em
ployment. Will consider offers from fra
ternity houses. Phone 1279-Black or call
at 113 Worley. J-21
WANTED By experienced man. atove
blacking and repairing; also flue and
furnace cleaning. Phone 415 or leave
word at J. II. Laughlin's Hardware Store.
WANTED A house boy; good wages,
ri4 Hitt. phone 831. ZTB-S
exclusive proposition, co-operating with
poultry raisers of Boone county. Can
prove that our men average $100.00 'a
week. Many make much more. Should,
have team or car and $300.00 capital,
This'will bear strictest investigation. See
Mr. Carries Saturday evening or Sua
day, Boone Tavern. OlBtf
ACACIA LODGE No. 68t
A. F. A. M. Stated
iCommuniration First ansl
iThird Tuesday in each
month. Visiting Brethren
Bin Rrnarffsrsiv asml tTfsa
J. M. Long, Secy. P.F.Anderon.W. MV,
No. 114, A F. A. ML
every second and fourth
Tuesday each month at
7:30 , p. m. Vtsinag
Victor Victor, Sec. J. F. OUver. W. It
. Just rereired 4J00 roll of wall paper.
Located 717 Broadway, second floor.
Alex Stewart Adv. ;
9:45 A. M.
is real flour rick in food
best wheat raised in Boom
m .. si
Columbia Floral Co.
Seventh and Bfoadwy
. Fhonc-366 ,
and Elevator Company
MttersofRed Ring Feeds. , ,
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