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THE COLUMBJA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1920
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UustM' ,ai, ,K,ilj titer. II, ou iatCjnacJtofZ&ud mnrj.'o into,
u Columbia and the UmcetlUr. the Missartrinn. I 1a-a- ;, ;i ,
B, , :.. rr-. A. .-;i if. o,. ... .-."7 T " ' J""
ined -today lor a week-end ti.it will, her
oaufhicr; Mm Henrietta, at the li Iteta
ftnmiiirnii'nt las made in Tokvo. Ja.
in Odour J ul the engagement of
Margaret Mo.s, daughter of Mr. am
n. D. Mo t Columbia, In William
Id Bower "f Yokohama, Japan. .Visa
i is a grailuule nl the University anil
ulrfr of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Ie annouif rment vtat made at a ilin
i Tokjo. given by her brotlier, Itob
Moss amt Mrs. Most in lwnor uf
ninth vrdding anniversary
Lj Moss lias been in Japan abom
Sear. Mr. lioxer, whose home for-
I as in Salt Lake City, lias lived
I about the samc'length' of li-ne.
U dale uf the uedding lias not been
j Laura lris, instrnclnr in Entv
lf En the University, left yesterday af.
twin for her home in Canton. Mo to
it tne wenuinp 01 ner fitter, Virginia
s, a former student at Christian Col
to Paul Kastor, of Canton.
Jounc .people- of the l.nisrmul
Church wijl ufiertain, Friday night will,
a Hallowe'en JWHit the liw'nie of Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney tCaKerl, 817 College
Parade on Thanksgiving and
Distribution of Savifar, ,
COL PERSONS SPEAKS
The! members if the. Kappa Kappa
Camma sorority.viIU-nltrtaio'willi a din.
ner dance at lire Jamel ltoonc Tavern
Friday evcning.1Doremlicr 3.
The martuge t Mm liexnite Italia,
daughter of Jit, and Mrs. J.ncuh'Tlalla
of Chillicolhe. Mo, l Karl Melcer of
Creston, la, look place Sunday, Octo-.
her 24 at tbe'-liome'W the bride's par
ent. Only rehtivn of the couple- xcre
piesenl. Mrs. Melcer attenjed llie Uiu-j
.:.., I- Kill I tntA l " - "
Limj iii i7i dim ism ami was a mem'
Jlinon Recommends " Under-
classmen Speakers for Y
University -In Higli
PIan for the Ifomix-oniiug parade ar.J
the liMn!)u!r..n of the 19JI Saular vterr
oiU'!eil at the regular merlins of tii-J
Aa Uub in ilic V 71. C. A. Auditorium
Tucsdav "n refit.
Aono Johnnn. former liairuuu
a SECOMJS FOR EACH" VOTE
It lb Estf raited ThtU Clio Mill Cast
it HitsrB tl,-. I
...... ..s me uours in itinera lite men
do not Bock to the polls. Political clubs
are also mstiuclinK the new Toten
voting si that no time may be lost.
In this city tire question is not
Ballots In Cltf.
Columbia voters Hill have an average'
oi iwcni)-tnrre srronus in which io usii.. ,j, , - . , ;
heiriallot. on November 2, if the fern- ' " 2 h tf! I F-T
inine ,.e e.,u.U that or K male vote.' " "! "U,m TJ" lM"0, ""hou,.dc
The polls v.,11 open at 7 a. m. and cio. w ..,;., 'Z
i iV "vimj, num
V a. m. io ijiju and horn 1 :30 t. 3 . m.
It is c-tiioatetl lliat 3200 mcB-rUl tutr
in 1I1N cit) and man) are wf lite opinion
that tlir Homm will cl nea'y that
many Ijalluts. In tlie oilier precincts tif
Columbia lunnsliip i( U expected that 450
men kiLI ote and a tcry small number
ism? pull will be busier tliait oi Iters.
In, 1D16; 3V ier cent of the coles' keie
cait in the first precinct, 32 per cent in
We Veil yon j our Ford Paris. Mmi e
carry a full line of Ajax Tires. Trices
rifhU O...W. Uuuntclt Merc. Co. Tlionc
601. i aa.
the Mcmid. 31 per cent in, the llurd and - ,. c .
nlv a ,K.r. i .l,r.t. 3 91" SunSIiuie Ke.1 Deans 2Sc
only 3 ier cent in the'f ourlli.
Bar. Peroxide Soap 25c
iie-wc- llie lour precincts lor tne cnyi. it. .... .,.,. .
,f Clumlria thrrr ar, fur o.hrr ,M.lli.r'" .V "'"?. ""U "" P --
I. W. E. Ilarshe stent to llallstille
l-diy afternoon to attend a Demxrat
leeting there at vttuch Senator X. P.
junior class of tlic Gdumbia Inch
il jU give a HalloHe'en party Fri-
rtening in the gymnasium of the
sMrnt and XIrs. A. Kos Hill re-
Id home tliis morning from a vteek's
il vtawiington, D. C
lxr of the Karnia- Alpha Theta sororiiv. " A,fc CIub,Tnade a .h.irt talk at the
They, will be at home in Creston. la. i;,-DO,"1P "' " mectrng. He gaVa brief
M'Mory of the cluh. its nurixwes -aiul iV
metlioiU ued by membert.'of the club 1n
furthering the inieretts of'lhe L'niierMl)
l.rfnri t twtiml r.( !.tr..:.. J : f
Tlie D-lta Dcllj.I)elta ororit) ill
enlertain fmm 4 in f. ..Vll r.M.v v
vember 5 ttith a tea for the chaperon, kfore its tiod of inactivity during lli
Urs. i. h. llooarik
places in the township. Ihey are at
Halt. Murry, Prathorsville. Brown's "l'0-
laml Prairfe Crove or'5ha. They ac
ciiicmoildic alxut 14 per ceut of tlie vot
ers of the township.
In many ( the large voting centers of
k- lale- and country the question of
handling the increased number of voters
i a serious Sne. Tlus is especially true
where voting machines are ued and are
not obtainable in suBicienl numbers to
accommodate the expected vote. The sit-
.and Mrs. T. Kent Catron jtiil cut-
at t oclk this evemng.with a
pari. The guests will lie: Mr.
Mrs. Frank Hearing. Dr. and Mr.
es Digges, .Mr. and Mrs. C IL
:, Dr. and Mrs. Dudley Coulry and
itad Mrs. John Stkes.
. W. S. Stewart of St. Josepli, ar-
tJyiisIes l'aiJ Xltxotigh Columbia.
. A band of pjh.ie5.went through Colum
bia this morhir- going west. The band
conislcd of two small covered wagons
with decoratedStideTtwo uncovered ve-
Iiicles, seventeen horafs and several dogs;
Phone 11S5 if vou want a closed car
Hand-Toplcd Bags and
urscs made of calf and
They never uear out.
Sec them at
i'lixiVpil Pork i?aiv5e.
Home Made Pies.
Hume .Made Salads.
U'kerr Qualitfl aAtfl Sanitation Reign
Imperial Tailoring Co.
Grannie, Sie-Jing; l))iing and
Repairing a -Specially. IHork call
eil for aiul drlivered promptly.
17A N. 8th Sl Phone 848.Vhite
attery "B" 1st Missouri Field Artillery
Final organization meeting.
All members inutbc present.
Ail men interested invited to attend.
8 p. 111., Tliurday, October 28.
Orcar Building f
No. 17 N. Ninth St.
)ay and Night Service
luntry Trips a Specialty
All Big Cars
First class workmanship and
prompt bervicc guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered
without extra charge.
310 Broadway Phone 315
For Insurance That
SMITH & CATRON'
That Wasje Material -I
has Money in it
We pay Wghest Prices
Chicago Iron and
hoe Repairing System
il i,'i.- .ii r. i - ,! nation U being met by having the women
-Mr. Johnon told of tlir, nccessiij ofl
anvertiing in ant -successful enlerpri-s
t-nla). He also called attention to the
Tact 'that the University does not have
a fund for this 'purpose, and hence it
mut be carried on b) loyal students.
Among, the suggestions offered hv- him
for increasing the attendance at jhe Uni-
n oily was that ol sending ouf -speakers.
I riferably freshmen or sophomore, to
llie rious high schools of the state. He
alsv recommended a banquet Christinas
wck bv lite various countv clubii for the
cniors of the school where tlie members
of the clubs graduated.
MLMBLK-. nun cou rtnsots
CoL'W. EL Persons rave a t!-il talk!
and eapro--ei the belief lliat the ilub
was one of the biggct undertakings in
school. 'Anil, I lielieve, the m.M worth
while, he added.
v .Loms D. Poller, president of tin- Ad
Club, announced the appointment of the
GrroiHndeiKe Committee: No. 1.-
loanc McCauley. vhairtnan; Cliarles
Nuiler, 'Frank Itelden, J. II. Arnett,
aIi-t Lncille Gloss and, Mai) trances
Da'w-on. " "
o. 2. JohpIi llosairr. chaiimau: Wd-
I ham heeler, Clurle- Moore, Misr Lu
cille Mcinlioflcr and -Pauline Kyte.
o. 3. Ivlwin Iacs chainnan; Wil
lum Collier, J, A. Quinn and Mis Fly
The dutv of the correspondence com
mittee will coui-t chiefly in prefiaring
and Mrnding out a new letter to the edi
tors of all palmers in Missouri. The first
letter is ciprcted to !e sent about Novem
ber 10. and. will fcatun'the-Horoccunun;;
icre NoTembvr 25. j.
Parade Committee: Gilbert Ingtls,
chairman; Chailes Brown and O. W.
VVILL ABRAVCC III VNKHOC TAnAVL
"This committer- will arrange plans for
the parade on the morning of the Mis
souri-Kansas game. Most of the coun " '
ties of the stale are expected to be rcp
resented by a. float in llie parade.
George P..Masciirale, buiuess-man-
agcr of the Savilar, outlined the Iuty to
the Ail Quit- in its connection with sell
ing the annujl 'publication of thr Uni
versity. The naineUif each -sludenl ii wrillcn
on a card index'at the burne tiHiit!'!
the Savitar, lie explained. The county
wherein the student resides and the de
partment of the University to whiih he
belongs arc also reiordrd. Tlie carls
will be placed in the hand of the depart
ment president the latter part id this
werk- JWien a book is sold a student,
the. sale is creditcil to both the depart
ment audi to the county. ,
But each county is given a quota, and
a'fter the cards have been returped by
the, departments, tliey will be given !
the reprrmntatives of the various couu-
tj clubs. Thee representatives will
wrk in cooperation with the Ad Club in
meeting the quota of eaUv count). To
sell 2000 Savitars. Die minimum goal;
nwqe than is prrso'ns out or each ten
will have to buv one. The cuuntr quotas
will I?ba"cd on thU figure. J
Tlio club intends' to givp a carnftal at,
Hutliwell Gyntnusium Kimclime in F,ebni
ary.l Plans will lie dtCnitely arranged
for a- soon as llie work of the 'Savilar
sal- and lloniecoiniiig (Mrwle are" di-
The early part of tlie meeting next
Tueda) will lie devoted to a smoker.
A business session will Jollow,
Sigma .i, honorary sci'ntinc fratern
ity, will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in
the Phvsics lecture room. Speakers in
clude Dean F. B. Mumford on "The
Influence- of Gesta'inn and Lactation on
the Growth of Young Mammals." and
Prof. F. I. Duley on "Si'inr Studies in
(Tastes lu Inspect Poor Farm.
University students in the classes in
serial pathology and preventative philan-
Ihrup), both of which arc taught by A
It. Kuldinann. are to meet at Lowry Hall
at 3 u clock tomorrow- afternoon. From
there they will go in trucks to make an
insprUioii of the Giuntv Poor Taiuu
Call 1135 to get a limousine.
BOONE COUNTY CLUB
Y. M. C. A., Friday, 4:10
Students from L'oonc Hounty
Urgetl to Dc Present.
Hollies Vanilla Extract. Kenular .tit-
value at 5.
2 Bottles ')'iucklc Extract (small) 25c
Orancrs, Unions. Bananas. Grar-rinli
Apples, Pears. Crapes. Irj.li P.itatoes, I
Sweet Potaioet. Cabliage. Tumpkins.!
Tutni, Onions and a general line of
frrh lugh grade groceries. Prompt de.
liver), and full weight.
" and Paper
Phone 392 Will Call
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
Qeaning Prcssiflg Altering ,
Phone 13 '?
Boone Co. Nt'I. Bank kdg. Btli'St Entrance
! HITS YOU HARD'.
SloanVLInlment should be kept
bandy for aches and pains
WHY xrait for'a severe pairvait
jche, a rheumatic twinse fol
lowing exposure, a sore muscle,
sciatica, or lumbago to make you quit
sjrork, xi hen you should have Sloan's
Liniment handy' to help curb it and
lTiMoiiJ' rubbing, for it ptiuUates,
.apply a bit today to the afflicted part. '
Jvotcthc gratify ing, clean .prompt relief
that follovrj. Sloan a Liniment couldn't I
keep its many thousands of friends the I
world over if it didn't make rood.
That's xrorth remembcrinr. All arujs
gists three sixes the targest is tic
most economical, ox, 70c,Ji.i0. 1
Phone 105 Cor. N. 8th and Walnut Bf-M iB III
vvi i nQ& s wmrj
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f.j-liUsw-. aO georgette! That is uhal
II ' VXVICIUVIUCI VJCllllC I I you nill say uhen you
III see the new shiiimcnt
111 y. Ill "I wiuiiy uiijereiu
VtT t s4 m blouses hut reieiv-
vi.i ii.vi it I'M . ,,:,.
, svisvt AA y ca uy tne iAtsiwiie
, Blouse Shop.
Recreation Bowling Alley rcTrf.v
Recreation Barber Shop III cro7.
' 1 III
Parson Sisters I
'. ' Cint mnLf nit Innk HLft ft Nttlti Pirl Hit
again for the Barniutrming- Wv
make long hair look (tabbed and train' '
- " form straight locks into fascinating
; r Mary Jane curls.
Make Your Appointment Early
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I Brarfiains Store,' M 1H
A' Columbia, Mo. . ome B
B i '...ral lots oE coaU anu c m t.n
Have JCTftlseS More tomorrow, f & WL JW
MM. .u..'ndcrfrilvalu. - They ' "" ' WWWWWm. MM tiF
I xgtfZ&r w.s.i- wmg
Women and Children
In selling Brishlon-Carlbbad Sleep
ingwear we feel confident that lite pur
chaser will find il to be the most com
fortable sleeping garment she has
We feel sure f this because the
Brighton-Carlsbad garments are made
of soft; warm flannelette that will
keep you warm on the frostiest night.
Also, the garments all have a gener
ous, full-cut roominess and extra
length that prevents any uncomfortable
binding at armholcs or elsewhere.
Tlie garments are so skillfully tai
lored that an unusually smart style is
combined with the comfort. -
Women's and Misses' Gowns arc priced from $2.00 to $3.50
Women's and Misses' Two-Piece Pajamas are priced
from $2.50 to $4.00
Women's and Mitres' Pajunettes one-piece pajamas with
clastic at ankle to keep the trouscr leg down are priced
from . $2.50 to $4.00
Children: Onc-Picce Sleeping Garments with or without
feet attached, Children's Two-Piece Pajamas and Gowns are
We are offering a group of good quality muslin gowns,
l.R'c trimmed and long slecAcd at the special price of $1.75
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T-Ssr -sqpjsjHSjfv sjPsSjmjsjBil
As we li.uc enjoyed your confidence we want
to tell yon that in the last thirty days the mark
down on the different lines wc carry has
amounted to thousands of dollars, the loss
which we lake in order to gjc jon good mer
chandise at prices 'which we know are absolute
I) in keeping with the decline shown in every
line of merchandise wc carry. Our policy has
always been Io gie the public 100 per cent
value inespcclive of cost and any price made
"by llii firm represents the true market value.
Wt- could easily say that a suit or an overcoat
formerly selling at $75.00 is now selling at
$50.00 or $35.00 but when a suit or an over
coat i- advertised at this store at a stated price
the garment is worth exactly what wc say it
is anil we appreciate llie position taken by our
immense number of patrons who believe in the
policy established by this growing firm years
We want, to call your special attention to .
our line of .Slcin-BIoch, Society and Langhmn '
Suits and Overcoats at
$40 - $45 - $50,;
Which wc know will appeal to you, while thV
suits wc sell you at $60.00 and $65.00 are the -kind
that many stores advertise as $80.00 and
Complete lines of sheep-lined coats ami-sweaters.
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
MRS. JAMESON J
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