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ail trm Wyttt by telephone, No. 274, between U o'clock and noon, each day
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. ,Q9n
Tit mrmberj of the Pi Kappa Alpha
fratcrnit, will entertain from 4 to 6gueats at dinner list evening: Misa Mar
oc)ocL tomorrow afternoon with a tea for
their chaperon, Mrs. J. E. Forsee. The
house will be decorated in the fraternity
colors, garnet and gold. Cut flowers will
be used with ferns serrinft as a back
pound. In the receiving line will be:
Miss Era Johnston, Mrs. J. C Jonef, Mrs.
Margaret Chamberlain, Mrs. S. A. Smoke,
Mrs. Jane Hurty, Mrs. J. E. Thornton
and Mis Pearle MitcbiJl. Tlio-e assist-
in will be: Mrs. Fannio Hemphill, Mrs.
Ik F. Hoffman. Mrs. John Sykes and Mrs.
T.-ra King. The girls who will assist are:
Aliases Harriet CUn'lon, Cadierine Ware,
Isabel Mrothcrs. Marfan! Baxter, Cor-
rine Macker, Jean Bricl. Gcraldine
Harper, Zeal Wliittnar.il, .Mnirlle vliiic.
Catherine Pence, Lillle Harrison, Gladys
T) dings, Oli.c Bennins, Ella Wyatt,
lirnnetla Stewart, orotby Lopan. Mary
Frances Dawson, Jo"phine Brace,
Georgia France. IJelen Bradford, Kellie
Millan, Dorothy 'Brown, Manic Bell,
Marria Cuyetlr. Bemicr Child", Marjone
Pealwdy. Lucille Gtiw, Jean Catrpn,
Anna Mae Rrafirnni. I.nmA Kilnlt
""Xoube Cravens and Mrs. Lee Kichards
and Mrs. ViUara Iluvdl.
fraternity enlerlaiced the following
Stone, Miss "Nancir Moore. Mist Mink.
-Martin, Miss Juliet Dawes, Miss Kather
ine Campbell, Mis Ruth Hayman, and
Miss Alice Kuttz.
The Delu Delta' Delta sorority wdi
lave a lea from 4 to 6 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon for their cliaprcvjn. Mrs. E.
Howard. Those in the'receiving line will
Be: Mrs. E. Howard, Mi-s Eva Johnston,
Miss Cladj-s Dcaev, Mrs. Jonas Viles,
Mrs, J. W". Hudson, Mis Adtiie Whitlow,
Mrs. F. H. Hobreeht, .Mrs. Wl J." 1,-Abins
Mrs. Boyd A. Spear, and Mrs. it. E.
The Round Table dob pav a banquet
at the Daniel Boone Tarrsm Tuesday
lotjbt. Election bulletins furnished by
the Missourian were rrctirrd and read at
the table. Photographv of the presiden
tial candidates were used as a centerpiece
for the table giving the members an op
portunity to greet the eucceseful Candi
da.; and bid farewell to'lhe defeated one.
Mrs. W. IUWillis, East Broadway,
ill entertain with a motoring party to
St. Louis this week-end. The guests will
be Mrs. John Sjles, Mrs. Dudley Conley,
Mrs. Berry MZAJester. .Mrs. MrM
Chamberlain, Mrs. J. C Jones, and Mrs.
John Harrison, Graduated From
University in 1858, Tells Pres
ent Students of Many
MONEY WAS SCARCE
Students Rode on Horseback
Board and Room Paid for
in Tobacco and
negro boy along to take the horse back."
The following letter to his father was
written by Mr. Harrison while he was A
junhr in the Unircrslty.
"Columbia, Ma, October 13, 1857.
"My dear Father:
"ETerylhing so far has turned oa. ss
well as- I could wish, or, anyhow la
well as I expected.
"Boarding is rarely to be found, rang
ing ftom $2J0 to" JiSO per week, lights
The professors' are a great deal more
Particular about the promotion of stu
dents than they have ever been hereto
fore. It would amuse you considerably
to see how-thcy bote thec green fellows
ho wish to go about two years ahead
o Tliat they ate prepared to do. A
young 'plug ugly' from Kentucky wished
t enter the senior class, and when ti
commenced, naming orer the studies he
bad pureed, they thought of giting him
CaV. 1IJIU i v- --- -- o-.
v a . i . .
and washing extra. Mr. Lampkin, the " "7"? nu """""e "" "" But
.,. . ..i . i.. ; j n examinmi. the noor MW ,l,
young genueman win. wnom i loon, . . , .-.-. . -. V--" "',
a portion of last session, had gotten'.,. .. j - ue names m
, -"fw wiuviies wiinoui regard
jto the subject matter therein contained.
I understand, since lie umlmnt I...
5;LMir;dir(0r "obJ:"el't of ! 'The only things that 1 rccognire in
Msit with .Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Bill. 701 i .tit- a. t,
-Marjl.nd.pUcr. M,v Bill wilTea,te tan ""TC ", a Til" tn
uith a buffet supper for her guest, Sstur- i " rire rh3f f ni ' .V"'
csy evening November 14. ersity cUumns. says John V. !Ur-
( Inton, t St- Louis, who was graduated
Following the buine, meeting of die ,rc, ?.Uneiily U i 1838
T..edav club VTedncsdar afiernoon, ' ,"f " l!w f,tfcrr of Mr5- ,,,"r S' r""
Mrs. Rosa Jngela gave a talk. Mn, Ingels f "" al m' '" !l 3f"IJ- J
-asaueiega.ewineftauonai.eileranonirf' ,fn lhc fim "mc !l" bai v,s,,cJ
of Women's dubs at Des Moines. Mrs.!"?, alna malfr m J01'' anJ hc Pa'
J. E. Tliorton conducted a 15-minnte I fu?. of rnuiniscen.es.
Parliamcnury drill, since it was decided l rfnmbtr ducking the Ircshmcn in
a hjuu uuu sioou an irons oi ine pres
ent Law Building," hc said.
Mr. Harrison was a student in die
School of Engineering and was an as-
at a previous meeting that the members
of the club would appreciate coaching in
Robert's rules of order. This drill will
he -A nart nf rn rv,il,,- wiMiin. ..!
will precede the program of entertain-1 f,fT '" He recmed credit on
ra-n, ' hu A. JL degree for delivering the
lectures of Professor Swallow before a
W OMEN'S CLUB congregation at the Stephens Baptist
The general' convention of"the United CS- "V P" ?llc .
Daughters of the Confederaev will he ."A1 ctme ,0 Univrrvny,"
held in .sheville, N. C, November 9 to I""1 JIr' Harr'' " rode horseback
12. The rcprcsentaUves ftom the Co- from GUsgow. and my father tent .a
lumbia chapter will be Mrs. S. C Hurt
and Mrs. Elizabeth Morris.
here a couple of weeks before I did, and
to my best tushes had secured a room
for J2.50 per week. Our boarding house
Is not of the first class, nor is it quite
as convenient tu the Uniserity as I
should like to have it. It is situated
rather in the suburbs of the city and
about three-fourths of a mile from the
University. There is no ono in the
famil) hut an old gentleman and his j
wife; and, f course, tltat atlentioii is
not aiJ to the thing which c have
a risht to expect. They are; Imuvcut,
very kind and endeavor to make us feH
much at home a4 possible. 1 have
tieaid of one or to other vacant rooms
tahich 1 decidedly prefer: but owing to
the halfdnllar extra jier week that we
Mould hate to pay, I think it preferalilc
to remain here, at Jra-t until we tee
whether metier turn out for better or
worse. The name of bur lardlord is Mr.
Bujiop. So much about our adoption
in the famil).
"Colleae is not vet vcrv full. However
we hate rcasui to indulge in liope of a
rery full chooI, 'as we now haic be
tween! thirty and forty ttudents more
than there were at this time lat fession.
exatainatlons, tlut" lie has become very
emeu, uiscoutaged and thinks of re-1
turning nomc. J he remains I guess
they will jjut''Jni In tho preparatory de
"Money is sin ii?lir im !, . ;, L
, . --"----- "i "
anyinere rlsrIfonrwnat I am able to
learn, though J might Iiac lwn a,Ie
to hate usedjeurrruey- if I had had it.
""There 7s ii negro 'man to 1- hung
in town hem m a frw MeA- tli :.....
stantM of hi. ea-- I liati, not time lu
"My luvn tu alt-ami aiknowlcdgcnicnls
FRIDAY, NOV. 5
And Lasts 4 Days Only
The Baptist Women's Misionary So
ciety will meet with Mrs. H.
ance, US Edgewocd avenue,
o'clock Friday sfternaon.
the average group of week end riders.
They canter alolig in single file each in
tently occupied with keeping the horse
going in the right direction and main
taining an equilibrium in the saddle.
Khaki trousers, Itggins and an occasional
The Kate Thompson Circle of King's "W tabit are unitcfsaljy worn by the
Daughters will hold its next meeting riders. .
(MgiH-dt Jonx Hakriso'v.
"P. S. Be urc to make the girls write
to me frequently and immediately. It
is now alter 10 o clock, so good night" I
There was very little actual money'
spent nere at that time. .Mr. IlamVon
said that many of the boys paid their
board with tobacco or other things. Co
lumbia had a population of I;500 and
there were 150 students iu the Unitor
Mrs. Fercy Hogan. 1318 Ross street t Tuesday morning, November 9, at the "I could rent a hundred horses 'on
will entertain at 7 o'cl-L this evening tame of Mrs. C A. Ellwdod, 107 College j Sunday if I bad them," said one.
With a buffet supper and "bridge party for I aenue. All members arc urged to at- Tho students call for horses at all
ner sister, Mrs. Robert i Hocking. The td. hours of the day and the number is only
gucsU will be: Prof, and Mrs. R. H. Ba-- ..nnc-nAnr niniwc iwrmt r iIiml,cd by kid weather. They usually
W. Prof, and, Mrs. S. T. Bratton, Dr. HORSEBACK R1DINC POPULAR m ,, for an lour
J?13-, T?r Pr?t;.adM5' Lota" Stadenta Are Tnrning to lbuj.c a tfe T excesJse riding ac-
Ijalpb. K. WatW Ir. and I Mrs. . C. s rf of Gcatration Ag0. cording to the.Hverymen.
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. II. C Newman ana ( JUntbact rfjmg a ,pn te. Only two stables in Columbia keep
Clean C. Davis. .,..!;,. h. nnmlriw mnr iIm, sm. horses for hire. One has twelic hoises.
Th, member,' of tho Uolta Tan Delta d"f of the University and local col-'fhe olJ,cr ,ll- T1'6 ' lolh
frairT Ld lowing ton Once tlpy setaed back in a car T h 4e- h noticeable in
lEc members at dinner last evening: a spin throogh the country but now demand for inount.
: Fark Bryan, J. 'JJ. tiobnett. Dupey I car riding has become so much a habit .
Warrick. George. Davis, JF. W. HerndonMnat the jousger geutTaUon turns to
WOtge lomns, HICK canz, uus uircics, ooisra igr asmcuung new.
Far Minnie..4 Pi' C-we, Frwt P.
Garth, Edgar Shook. Chirles Lowrance,
'William Busby. Jesjin I handolpn. lmu
McDenald, DeYoungVase, O. W. Bond,
J. Max MeCann, T. A- Johntone. Murry
Uhllehead, Hardy VTiiiy, Frank Hous
ton. Jack Crawford, Letjie 'Whacker, Jer
ry Waddell, IL J. Grem' and L. J. Finkcl
stine, v '
The members of the (Phi Mu sorority
wjU be 2X home from 4(to 6 oclocfc Sua
Mrs. Boyd A. Spekr. 401 South Fifth
street, entertained last'.evening with a din
ner party for ber, husband. The guests
were: George ReederJoe Sommemlle,
Jtmes Lipscomb and the Jlev. J. ( D.
Mr. and Mrs. D. U James-of Kansas
City will arrive tomolTow erenint! to
spend the week-end with their sister Jlrs.
A. Ross Hill and Dr. Udl.
Miss Pearle Mitchell. Ifawtbome
Apartments, Rosemary lane, entertained
at 1 o'clock luncheon today followed by
bridae. The guests were: Mrs. John
Sykes, Mrs. Harry S. Bill and Mrs. S.
The members of the Phi Dtlta Ttsta
Occassional!?-, jou will hear the clatter"
of hoof-beats on th" pavement early in
the morning. It is someone taking exer
cise for the daj by a ride through lbs.
empty streets. But the early riders are J
few. Saturday morning usually brings!
out the most 'noticeable group.
Flying dashes down narrow paths, over
forty-fot chasms and down hundred foot
bluffs Into a limpid pool below, all of j
movie fame, ale '.netting compared to
a hrtt ride on a Badly spoiled livery
horse. Read the harrowing tale of dae
who has tried ft.
"We decided to do something un
usual, my friend and I, beforetwe went
home from school. It was a June Sun
day and the birds were singing. We
started out I and my friend on two
horses. Things went nicely until we had
left town, then my horse began to trot
up and down. Like wise I began to go
up and down. After a wliilc we started
back. My friend proposed that we trade
horses. Ho did so ai,d for about five;
minutes my horse stood still and looked I
at me, then be began to run. I grabbed j
tho saddle, I embraced his neck but
things continued to rush by in a bluring '
fashion. We rossea 'ear which seemed
to stand stdl andiihefields became a
Special Shirt Values .j
Pursuant to our estab
lished polity we are glad to
announce attractive reduc
tions on high grade shirts.
We wish to state to our pa
trons that every high grade
thirt, including such makers
as Manhattan, Metrix, Earl"
& Wilson, Kingly, and other
famous makes, reductions of
from 20 to 30 per cent.
Our entire shirt stock has been remarked in accordance
with this reduction. You will find the display of some of
these shirts in our southeast windows. If you are in the
market for good shirts, your wants can be satisfied by buy
ing a few of these shirfs.
..r- j.-w ri,rnr ShIfj. Wc arc tiatcliing the
markets closely and an) reduction in anyUnesuf mcrchan- J
j:ju .7.-. .. -,,.. i2 rnttnmnrs can be assured that they
Uiau Ifiu li bun; w, .,..y..- - -
uill reap the benefit"
tfic gift uiih a per
are not as busy ice,
arc not as busy as ire
Kill be in December.
That Waste Material
has Money in it
We pay Highest Prices
Chicago Iron and
A. H. WOODS INVITES YOU ALL
"Up In Mabel's Room"
One Night, Wed., Nov. 10
THE CHEMfSE DID IT.
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This is not merely a sale, but on the, oilier hand it
will be put down as an extraordinary- sale for the
reason of the great bargains offered in all silks. But
Ikmt in mind that this sale'will last for only 4 days,
Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, Novcinbcr
5, 6, 7, and, 8.
Be on hand to get your bhare of the offerings.
- A special discount of 2.50 will be allowed pur
chasers of silk if dresses are made in our recently
established Dress Making Department.
Presented bv A H WOUD
THE FUNNIEST OF ALL FARCES
Celebrated New York success. . The play every one
has waited for. One solid year in New York City.
Full of Action. Laugh till ou cry. With a notable
Prices 50c, $1, $1.50, $2, plus tax
Scat Sale Starling Tuesday, Nov. 9, Box Office
, "This Is Not a Moving Picture" v
Shoe Repairing System
Selling your Magazines
, and Paper ,
Phone 392 WUl Call
Klass Com. Co.
Georgette Crepe, $1.59 yd.
This includes the better qualities of crepe
and which sold in January of this year
for S2.50 to 33.00 the yard wholesale.
Forty inches wide and makes desirable
Dresses, Blouses, Trimmings, etc Colors
of Brown, Coral, Nile Green, Nigger
Brown, Gold, Grey, Mouse, Toupe, Navy,
Midnight, White anil Black. For the
Nocmler Silk Sale, the ard .. .81.59
Charmouse, $2.50 yd.
An excellent offering of this desirable
material is good weight and permanent
gloss. Forty inches wide and in colors
of Black, Navy," Brown, Golden Brown,
Electric, Ashes of Roses and'only re
cently this cloth sold 'for $3'50 "the yard.
Especially priced, the yard 9230
Crepe de Chine, $1.59 yd.
Of good heavy quality and most desira
hie for undergarments, as also for
dresses, trimmings, etc., in the following
colors: Navy, Midnight, White or Flesh.
All arc specially priced for this sale at
lhc yard .81.59
Satins, $5.50 Quality, $3.50Lyi.
Forty inches' .wide and of extra heavy
quality. This would,niake.abeautifalJ
costumo in Brown, NavorBIack. Spe-r
ciauory uic yam .,. . . v .3W.&U,
Wash Satins, $r.98fyd.
This also includes the entire stock and
gucs values upto 3.25 the yard for the
sale price. This tak? in a nice range of
light and dark colors; so that you arc
sure to find just what ou want. Spc,
cial for this sale, the yard v . .$1.98
Mssalines, SpeciI-$L98 yd.
Full 36 inches wide of good 'heavy 'qual
ity and the same silk has been iu.rcgu
lar stock at $2.98,the yard. During'this
sale the price is, trjc yard ....... .$1.96
Georgettes, $1.5j0 yd.
We offer this special lot of Figured
Georgette and cannot replace them today
for this prjee. This lot is limited and
will not last long. Very desirable for
blouscsand oAerbloues. Special, the
Tafffeta Silks, $1.98dv
In this assortment wc have' included all
the taffeta in stock at the one price and
value will be found here up to 88.25 the
yard. Full 36 inches wide and soft-quality
that ghc the desired wear. In colors
of Brown, Navy, Midnight, Green, Copen,
ahd Black. The sale price is, the
yard ' $1.98
SUk Poplin, $1.49 yd. ,
This offering of SilkPoplms is especially
attractive for the "poplin can be used in
many was. Is full 36-inch wide and
comes in a good range of dark colors.
Values up to $2.25 the yard at this spe
cial price of S1.49
Shirting Silk, Special $1.S ytl
This -offers a great opportunity to re
planish your sill; shirts at a saving worth
Vlnlc for none of the silks offered in this
,o1 tia what sold for wholesale up to
S3.00 the yard last January and consist
rSfBfy' Broadcloth, Crepe de Chines
and Tub SUks, all of which are of anW
cellcirt quality. Some being 36 incte?
wide- Beautiful n.iti..r,,c mv .Uk
real special for this sale, the van! 1 .9ft
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons 9y Appointment Only
China Silk, 98c yd.
This is of a good weight and many like
to use as a better lining for the better
dresses; 36 inches wide in the white or
pink color. Special for, the yard . .98c
Tiger Taxicab Company
Dance and Party Calls a Specialty
Day and Night Service All Big New Cars
Corlkello Satins, 1.98 yd. ,
This is a good quality satin and is woeu
with the name on sclvcgc. Is full 36
inches wide, beautiful lustre in colors of
Rose, Light Blue, Pink, Navy, Military
Red, Nigger Brown and Black Special
at, the yard - il.98
Velvets, Values to $2.75, $1.69
These velvets are a good quality and-at
the old pnee arc'good values but", all
arc put in this gnwi.it 1o .l r j
which vill make jhem very.'attoct&H
ri T'w w".ana come, m colors.of
Buck. JVavv. Mirlmt n.. - t.
and Wine. Sriecial for tt,- ... Ji i o
. . , my jotu 4U7
vi! a Pa'ural pongee silk and is
tery desirable for SWrts or Blouses; h
of heavy weight and full 36 inches wide;,
very special at. the yard '11.25
Even body's Store