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THE COLUMBIA'EVENING MISSOURIANj tWEDNESPAV. SEPTEMBER f29, .1920
I MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Mr. E. M. Carter left lbs morning to
P d.y,I CaKrilii. "
Epperson lafiahis rnorrint. for a
Mra-week. rUit in St Louis. .
Mua E. Thnrston lift this morning for
Uonird, manager of- US DanTel
.-!!!,leT'!.'"?,, '''' ,ni morning to spend
days jn Kansas Gty7
7 HiRim of Springfield, 111,
-tSJSft. i morning to visit her uncle.
Miss Esther Erickaon, who has been in
ColoaH. for the last two days in the in
terest of tin Y. W. C. A. left this morn
in, for St.-Loui i.
Mi faildegarde Peels and Virgil
'Peets, both o ColumbiaIef; this morn
I,fr Dalton, where liiey vill attend
Mka, Edith Miller, daughter of Dean
Walier Miller, left this morning for St.
Loisv From there he will go to Ann
Arbor, fick, to vir Dean Miller sis
era. L J. Hall, Culumbia postmaster, vient
io Centralia today on government busi-nes-
He was accompanied there by L.
L. Lichliter of Kansas Gty, who has
been here for the last few days.
Miss Frances Cray left-this rooming
la send tlie dajr in Mexico. ' J,
Tlie Academic Club will meet Thurs
da) evening at 7:15 in the Auditorium of
(MIU3I UUWI ,, MIVV. a, W II UllVk
Friday afternoon. Room 130, Academic
lf.lt in (nrm nn nrpanirstinn
Dr. John Pickard will lecture at 7:30
o'clock Thursday evening at the Univers
ity Librar). Hi subjeet will be, "Tlie
Language of Art. Particular reference
will be mad: to the Skrlton collection
.Miss Evelyn Ward, a former student
i the l)nierily, whose home is in Kan.
gas Gty, i appearing in motion pictures
at the Crand Central Theater in St. Louis
this ek. Mie is taking a part in Tlie
W imluw Trimmer. St. Louis nawr
liate spoken highly of her ability. While
In regard to Tone and
Quality die Columbia1 is
the fcuper-instrurnent. A
test will convince you and
we invite you to come down
and hear it.
The Columbia has tlie Non
Set Automatic Stop.
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It's Overcoat weather and we have
the one that defies tlie keen-edged
winds of winter.
- -Overcoats ,JA. I
THAT ARE RIGHT n'RL&L I
," Our collection of Society Brand,
Stein-Bloch, Langham and Ford Over
coats is unsurpassed for quality and
Our O'ooats are the one that appeal
to 'the sensible man. Prices range
'(We hold no' Clearance Sales. We sell our goods
uniform low price all the year around.)
attending the University Miss TTard was
member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sor
ority, and was an active member of the
University Dramatic Club.
jRoyal G.rW), professor of sociology
In theTJniversity,'wiiI ipeak to the Stu
dent Volunteer Band oh The Opportu
nity of tbe,Churehlii'th! Far East,'' at
the regular meeting-Thursday, Septem
ber 3fl afLowry-Hall 7il5 Vclock. 'The
public is invited to attend.
It. C. Hall of the sociology department
of the University will tell of the oppor
tunities of the church in 4he Far East
at; the. Student Volunteer Hand meeting
at ?il5 o'clock tomorrow evening. Tlie
meeting will be held in Lowry Hall. Mr.
Hall has spent several years in Siam as
' ? MiaElUTyt. society t&ur.ilf rest Km. nttn ol.KKial erenrs vluiltr-
riest lo CWumoMWuTfJle gnhrrsllf, lifMitlmtiml trill -apmcule it friea rff
jrofl MUtFjatt by ltttfhnf, NoZH,bftletm II oVJoc na" noon, eth day.
September 29 Republican meeting. Sen-
c? n o . ;ll .ll- . o -! t.
aior . I . spencer uii lai&at o u uw.
in the coarthouse.
September 29 J. Thomas HrKin, con
gressman from Alabama, will speak in
October 1 Student mass meeting in
University Auditorium at ":30 p. m.
October 1 Football University High vs.
Kemper Military Academy.
October l-"llello Day."
October 1 Student mass meeting for the
election of cheer leader.
October 2 Football Miswurl Wesleyan
vs. Mroonri, at Columbia.
October 2 First issue of the Showme, a
monthly magazine published by the
students of the University.
October 3 Salvation army campaign
October 3 Salvation Army campaign
starts in Columbia.
October 4-6 Circuit Court in session.
October 6 The Boone County Sunday
School convention meets at the Presby
October 9 Epworth LeagueSocial.
October 9 Football Columbia High vs.
Jefferson Gty High.
October 10 SluJrnt Sunda) at Broad
way Methodist Church.
October II Missouri Stale Teachers As
sociation meeting in Kansas Gt).
October 11 American Red Crss Mem
bership drive begins.
October 30 Football Oklahoma vs. Mis
souri in Columbia.
November 5 Football Columbia High
November 6 Football Washington u
Missouri, in Columbia.
November 13 Football Washington vs.
Missouri in Columbia.
November 20 Football Missouri vs.
AU Americans' here.
November 25 Football Homecoming
game, Kansas vs. Missouri, in Columbia.
AT THE THEATERS
Columbia, Tonight and Thursday:
Rryant Washburn, who is making a re-
utat'mn for himself ,as a comic-dramatic
actor, "comes to the Columbia Theater
tonight and tomorrow in his latest effort.
Mrs. Temple's Telegram, in which the
star is said to have been afforded the
best opportunity yet. to display his com
edy talents. Wanda Hawley is the lead
ing woman. It is a laughable mixup of
jealous wires and husbands and a de
Hall. Friday and Saturday: Lionel
Barrvmore in "The CoDDerhead" will
be the attraction at the Hall Theater for
this week-end. This is Augustus Thorn
as stage success of the man who lived
for rris country. They called hint
"traitor and he gloried in the sliame.
His cronies were those who sneered wren
the flag went by. His soldier son, giving
his'' life for the Union, left him only a
message of scorn. His wife, the love of
his youth, turned from him and died
without saying goodbve. The lads in
the street reviled him and cheered when
he went to prison. But one day this
"traitor" received a letter bearing the
mark.of the White House and scran In!
by a big rough hand:
"I alone know what you did and what
jou endured. I cannot reward you. Man
cannot reward anything worth while. I
send yon the Sag that Hew at Vicksburg.
Some Tame 1 hope, to shake yonr hand.
That lwas all his reward all he
A week-end party, at which their
mothers will he the guests of honor, will,
be giten by the members of the Phi Del
la Theta fraternity at their chapter
house October 22, 23 and 2. The moth
ers of all active members and pledges
will replace the usual ro-ed "dates" at
sevetal parties which the fraternity will
riie at that time. A dinner party at th
chapter house Sunda) are among the af
fairs lo be guen for the guests. About
thirty five mothers are expected.
Mrs. E. E. Alexander, 120 McRiinc
street, left tlus morning for a three
vteeks visit in Arkansas Gty. Kan, ami
Fouler. Colo.' ftlule in Arkansas Gly,
Mrs. Alexander will attend the goldeii
wedding celebration of her parents, Mr.
and Mis. J. W. Riley.
Harrv U Nichols of Kansas Gty. Kan..
and Mix Opal Bumham of Ashland, win
were recently mimed at the residence
of the Rev. S. iv Keith, will make their
home in Kansas Gt, Kan. Mrs. Nichols
is a daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. M, Pi
Bumham of AshlamL Sly attended the
Columbia High School and Stephens Col
lege. Mr. Nichols is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. tllis Nichols of Kansas City, Kaiu'
but formerly of Ashland.
Miss Eva Johnson entertained Miss
Ebtrrh Erickson, visiting Y. W. C A.
secretary. Alias Maude Gwinn and Miss
Florence Schaper with a luncheon 7es-
lerda). , .
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- Wedding Announcement
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Miss Helen Gottrox and Mr. Silas Dolittle wljl be united in marriage
on October the 5th, 1920, at the Hall Theater- The Rev. Mr. Tiemtite will
officiate at this unique occasion in his auspicious manner.
Mr. Evereltc True will act as best man, having Tiad this inspiration for
the past two seasons. While Miss Ollie Wright will pose as Maid of Honor
in her most charming way.
The out of town guests ho will attend the wedding will be Mr. and
Mrs. Von Tassel and son, Leroy, of New York City; Mr. W. J. Bryan, Mary
Pickford, Mutt & Jeff, Prcs. Wilson and wife; Polly & Paw Pedkins, Charlie
Chaplin and many others.
You are cordially invited to come and bring your friends.
4 Laugh until otir bides split.
HALL THEATER OCTOBE 5TIL
Tickets on sale Saturday at 9 a. m., October 2nd
There wait an after-dinner recital in
expression last evening in the Christian
College Auditorium. The following" stu
dents in the college were on the program:
Belly Jane Hashes, Mary Cithert.. Mil
dred Shoffner, Willie Crews, Anne Lignn.
Mavis Moidlon, and Carmen Williams,
The Rev. Waller Haushaller was
dinner guest at the Kappa Alpha house
Announcements have been received of
the marriage of William M. Raines, a.
graduate'of the University, to Miss Mary
Cladys Wells. Tlie ceremony was per
formed at Memphis, Mo the home of
both the bride and groom, last Saturday.
They are to make their home in that city.
where the bridegroom is practicing law.
Mr. Raines received Ills degree from
the School of Law last April, and was
admitted to the Missouri bar at the June
examinations. He had formerly received,
the Bachelor of Arts degree, and fol
lowing service as an officer during the
war, attended the law department of a
He is a member of tlie Alpha Tau
chaperones will be: Miss Anna Bauifr
gertner. Prof, and Mrs. W. W. Swell.
Prof, and Mrs. & F. Hopkins and Prof,
and Mrs, W. J. Robbins. ,
Dr.. and Mrs. James Wood. StepLrna
Colleae. have batted invitations for a
campus reception from 8 to 10 o'clock
tomorrow night. About. 750 guesta have
'The Rocky 'Mountain Gub ol the Uni
versity will have a picnic Sunday after
noon on Hinkson' Creek. The party -will
leave Colombia at 3:30 o'clock and re
turn Sunday night at 9:30.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Belden, 811 Vir-
rinia avenue, will entertain at 8 o'clock
Friday evening with a dance for all
Fnisconal students in the University, The
lioaie wilt be decorated with garden
flowers. Refreshments will be served
afler the dancing.
Mrs. John Svles, Mrs. C R Miller,
Mrs. Berry MeAlesler, Mrs. Dudley Gin
ley and Airs. J. C Jones motored lo Jef
ferson Gty this morning to spend the
Miss Mrene Hauehin and Mi's Juliet
Price, of Jefferson Gly, will arrive to
morrow to spend the week end in Col
umbia and to altend the Phi Delta Theta
The Alpha Camma KImi fraternity an-H
nouuees the pledging of K. It. Swindler fLorraine
of Bramer anil. B. B. Wade of Jopliru
Theta chapter of Alplia Camma Rho
fraternity wdl entertain Saturday even
ing with an informal house dance. The,
Mr. am! Mrs. A. H. R. Fairchild will en
tertain tonirht with an informal musical
for Mis. Esirlla Hibbard Otbome, who
is their home guest. Garden flowers will
be used in decorating the hoase. Refresh
ments will be served at the rlose-of the
musical hour. There will be 23 guests.
Pinner guests at the Phi Delta Theta
liouse this evening are: Mr. and Mrs.
V. C Rowling, Miss Juliet Bowling.
Misses lsabelle Stroihers and Elizabeth
Mrs. W. C, Manly, 720 Maryland place,
entertained informally this afternoon for
Mrs. A. H. R Fairchild and ber guet,
Mrs. EsteUa Hibbard Oborne.
SHOE SHINE FEES TO COLLEGE
Dlmlirl Brothers Will filve KetlpW
of Tito Days to ChrMIan.
In accordance with a custom of five
years' standing, the Dimitri brothers, pro
prietors of the College Shoe Shining Par
lor at 919 Broadway, will, set aside the
era's receipts of October 4 and 5 lo be
donated to, the Christian College fund.
The brothers are interested In educa
tion, and are much concerned in a pro
ject to establish an American school at
Korei, their home town in Albania
which is lo be of the type of Roberts
College at Constantinople.
Mrs. Walter Mdler. 1516 Wilson ae
nue, entertained last night with a porch
supper for Mrs. Esirlla Hibbard Osborne,
the houte guest of her cousin. Mis. A.
H. R. Fairchild. The porch was decor
ated with garden flowers, a bowl of them
forming a center piece for the dining ta.
hie. There, were twelve guests.
Mis EdilK Mdler left yesterday for a
three weeks visit in St. Louis' and Ann
Dinner guests at the Alpha Tan Ome
ga house tonight Includes: Mioses Ber-bict-
Childs, Helen Naylor, Gladvs Bws
lev. lAlfreda Halligan. Margaret Lohmait,
liuusel, Virginia JJorcnrt,
Frames Haley. Margaret Smith. Angeline
Beasle), and Mr. ami Airs, u r. jarvis.
The Phi Delia Theta fraternity will en
tertain Friday evening with an informal
Time to Get Into Wool Hose.
Just received new shipment of Imported English
and Domestic Wool Hose.
For IFomcn Plain, Ribbed and Drop-Stitch effect,
in all the wanted colors i
$1.75 to $3.50
For Men Imported English and Domestic Wool
$1 to $2.50
VISIT OUR HOSIERY SHOP
dinner-dance for the freshmen of the fra
ternity. The chaperons will be: Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. C, C
Bowling. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Conley,
Mr. and Mrs.S. F. Conley, Mr. and.Mrs.
V. T Coaler. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Bow-
IsingJFrai andidnexJtpllina. Deanlnd
Mr. J. f. Ateuaine, jut. ana mn. mw-
Dealing and Dr.' Davis Ii: Dolley.
The Phi Delta Theta fraternity will en
tertala with a boose party beginning
October 22 for all mothers of the frater
niry. Several parties are oeing piannen
and a tea introducing the mothers will
The Kanna Aloha Theta sorority will
entertain Friday from 4 to 6 o'clock willi
a tea for their chaperon. Mrs. John Hol-
luway. The house will be derorated in
the sorority colors, old gold and Mack,
and the same color scheme will be use.!
In the refreshment course. In the receiv
ing line will be: Miss Betty Johnson,
Tavlor. Those assisting will be Mrs,
Mrs. A. Ross Hill. Mrs. John C Hollo,
way. Miss Eva Johnston, and Mrs. E. D,
James Garth. Mrs, C. R. Bedford, Miss
Florence Catron. Mrs. C W. Diggers.
Mrs. James Gordon. Mrs. H.p)d C Shoe
maker. Mrs. C It. Mi'iilton. Miss Dorothy
Mumford and Miss Ruth Dulaney.
R. F. Allen, a former student iu he
Unitersity. who is connected with ihe
Liberty National Bank, New York Gt),
left today afler a week's visit wilh Misses
Margaret, Carrie and Julia Sampson.
1211 East Broadway. Mr. Allen spent
two jears in France afler the close of the
ONE MORE DAY FOR
iTisirinrrnw CUkofid (hr first Aawiversarv Sale
We appreciate the patrorage-wrtehded,"for this' sale mark1
a jnost juasessfuL-event toe. this store. The last day w
hope to make a Tcry profitable one for we have added'
many new Dresses, Coats and -Suits to the lot, and if yoa
have not already made a- purchase of one pf the almve, yon j
should see this new lot. ' 1
COATS The selection is large and a good
variety of cloth and plush, either in a
full length or short. Several have fur
trim; all arc exceptional values and
are offered only for the Anniversary
' Sale at $24.75 and $29.75
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Say it with Flowers
Fiesh 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
filled in any part of Ameri
ica within an hour.
AH kinds of Palms, Ferns
and other decorative
Remember "always fresh
flowers" when ordering
Seventh and Broadway
SUITS An exceptional selling of
Autumn-Time Suits. Many styla
ot tailoring are snown in urn J
special lot of suits and are fash-'
inned of such materials as Check
ed Velours, Goldtones, Wool Ve
lours. Serces. Silvertones aiad'
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jncoimes. twi are siik intra,
and the workmanship is first.
,' class. All suits in our store that
sold up to $49.75 are included iajl
this lot at the Special Anntvery
sary Sale, at.
DRESSES These cool days will call
for a wool dress and this sale
should afford you an opportunity
to buy your dress at a saving.
They are fashioned ofall wool
Serges and Tricotines, all neatly
trimmed and embroidered de
sign, lieads or self trimmings in
colors of black, navy or brown.
At the Anniversary Sale
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BECOMING MILLINERY , i-
This department affords'you a surprise for Thursday's
selling, and with .the unrestricted choice of any hat in
the department, including trimmed hats as well as the J
nitty banded sailors, at 20 rfcK CfcN J. UK UINiv
uiitli rr r ,i l : -
in in uu ui uic rcguiur jjiilt.. si
REMEMBER ONLY ONE MORE DAY OF THE ANNI-3
$3400 Is Needed
The privilege of helping. Y. W. C. A. help
others is being brought to you. The oppor
tunity for taking advantage of this is now
Get behind the Y. W. C. A. and'respond to
the canvass call .Jetween five o'clock Thursday
and 10:30 Monday evening, October 4.
WpY. W. C A Help Others"