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TIIE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
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k'POETVACHEL Spring Styles in Blouses Will
li T.TNnQAvrnraq ' Call for Elaborate Art Work
r- --m-i-iJui vi iJU
' f Jl both engagements on the same trip. MAY PAY
Among tlic other speakers who will ap-
fees of about fcir cr Sir hundred to-j(
No chcls which are mviled in from
outside will be accepted by the secre-
Ho f 1
I I I i I 1 ( I ) 111 ' Foiled ' "e '""' f "" '
uviiiV.t JVJ-iJ- ew Yoai
pear later are Francis J. McConnell, j Leslie Cowan Urges Early la raent
Ph.D' D.D.. LLD.: Sherwood . Eddy, I , a;j -.,...:;
Ph.D.. M.A.. LLD.; and Charles Key.. ,. . , .,",.. '. tary's oEce in payment of these fees and
ventional flesh and white voiles, batistes noIds Brown, AM. LLD, D.D. I L""e u"1"' tc-"ur7 Di "le l"c"CI-, Mr. Cowan aks that students refrain
nd lawns with their handwork abound,! Doctor McConnell is bishop of the . '"' "" nnounc,n ,ral ' '" "r no; "I from sending them Li. Payments oi fees
out. Dec 10. Is your bhue j but a new touch is given by the many j Velhndist Epicopa) Church.
Se, nf the realistic or romantic school? Hare i rainbow-haed linens adorned with ! I president of De Pauw lmveri
4"i American Imnrwuv: Hrui-k.)119 a turner sunet or, a .Millet land- plMiued homers ot contracting material. 1909 to 1912. lie is now prom
?C- Rv fir" 1 D r ;capr? Such are some tample qaotions 1 Thus, a deep pink linen with a scafloDed Jm, president f the Kelignus Educa-
i winch your ncv sprwg blouses must be j white choker collar has a corsage of ap- li.mal Avociatmn of America.
He was) P'la' ani' incidental fee of $15 which is 'on those three days prior to registration,
ity from required of all students registered in the I must be rude in person to be accepted. t
ndent of I University during tlie coming winter j "Hegistration davs wdl be Friday. De
ny original Headincs
in His Farewell
. ( hristmas it-sis! holes that ttll all lhi.!i trimmed with reilow tulips fanotted ion. IU va jnnointfj international
Z' BRITAINS ARF Pri77TFn'for sift waists arc being effered in al-' together. Another iioel blouse is tf Ut- Kcrclary for A'ia. in 1911. His work
, anr r spriag tyW?. Tiicy confusingly j endex linen, scalloped in purple floss. has associated him with students 111 Jap-
Lolumbians Who Heard Writ-' '" a art gsUery for nrct sleeves i M cf the mot(. elabote Uon. . an, Korra, Ouria. lnd.a andLaslern Hus.
rnrsaiemu """ !ofine the paintea plaquM in bea.ds
namted nki. whid! contain a bit of ... . . .n ,
.able to answer 1! thej lie at all in tlse plied white lillies of the xalley cut from I p,,,,,- EJjy wl, national secretary of
ssrtnrial swim. It H gay, holh -wreathed ' white pique, and a white linen Mouse ,,e y jf. C A. in India from 1896 to
( hnstmas waist holes that Itll all this, it mmmed wiih yellow- tulips fagotted 19(1
crs Last Spring Remember
1 thus maUng an even more ornate effect.
'anilsaoe or seme painted fianre. or else ' . . ,.. . , .,i .t 1 -With Our goldjers m France, "Saf-
: ... f . , , . , t u&c x,5c inuns au cxpcHic iu-,ui ui
term, may be paid at lus omce ou Decem
ber 23. 29 or 30.
Mr. Cowan urges all students who arc j
residents ol uilumoia anil au tliose who
return to the L'nhersity a few days early,
to pay their fres at that time and re
liete the congestion which would exit
on registration day. He expects that
v i . i !.? irsiii'omsnl d-il1 fit par rt tfuw
si3. He is tlie author cl ine Awaken-'1"" .....-... . . --
ing of India, "The New Era in Aia,"
cember 31, and Saturda), January 1.
Will Conduct Epworth League. 1
The short course students of the Uni.
icrsity will hae charge of the Epworlh
League of the Broadtay Metliodist
Church next Sunday evening. They will
lune as their topic lor discussion: "Com
fering in the "World TSar" and other
Many Culumbians Kill rtnumbtr iht
porcelain oiue georgette in '". lMb which ,,,,. been vviUihai
ana n a tnoncr. wnuiiuiv iiu.ai. . . Amme.-. anj fnmsn nmntrir..
mural like friete nins around hem and
in' 'loose n stwwinz raedeis mace 01 . . . . ., i 1.1
roniiniiin.Ti ii-"irm in iiruuiiir iiiti iiiiir- . .
1 . 1 llns-i'ftr Hrnurt hi hn nft n i llie-l
and sleoes. Opal-tinted n. ..... ,.., . v. .. 1011 .
itlme tlie painted design ... T,, . , ., , . r..t j!
Mpnng. Among them are iomr pfn'sm il eaeft nusqwe contain 3 hsml-1 c , . i, . : 1.1. ... 1 "" w"cu n"" " nv- " i
AicA he hasten in London: Tto I-, nteri tnrj re. Th. Arre-is a r' "!, 7 , ' bc.speciaHeturex
Uld You See in Palestine?" end 'The
Vhsba' li:. ....
uviwvi nil urw inwmnnr srni miujmr r-ii nsmwc'rn ua i-am iim i.t . .
and U ret a matter for discussion. 'wil a feel of cha-L :in, n 1 8a"B,$ wl"!c Pr.dtnI fnd a "", ten many books on religious and social
1 ' urn.- n.-.riMii itif ri sal'jmi ptaansi 1 ...
, ,r d a women .pon a mULing j "- j
-j h plaque is i!h-'ralcd in realistic I , , , , ,,, I
ssk! the ,. -.i.,;-. I Darker blouses of navy or b!ak era Tnn t.ATn Tn n.A?SIPY
Other His are touched with hand-i?? tfyP'isn roiw. ami mom in un , ,
poet Vackel Lindsay, uho chanted mtnr "mtnk silk, combined with georgette. 'baBjg ,
0 hit poems in the Vnirersilr Auditor- A vrtes of lifiy laqee ran about tbr'i,,,..! fradi outl
fum last spring. Among them are somr p'3m end eaeti plaqwe contain 3 hind-1 c,' -J Jin
- h'er. hTUl ML In t JjJ.J ' " rlTJlL1?.'?
" Br'C K. Cimminc
"Very American, is is not?
English lady by my side, her face trsw-
ing continually more nuzzled, as Vache' . ..... . . r ' . , hlllr nanres that rleck the collar, sleeves
Un'ZV?, - PIesof .lath s.MED-nir ,-k on rubber
sumped his way throuch -The Kalhope,, . . , , , ... ..... , ..A. nL,rnl metak are a. eastoien '"es for zuarts anJ baby can-ages.
Yeir that amazing epic of the mm,, ' . 1 JTiL ' on tT new hlo-s as the- haw 'Telephone 1314.aik,
enmcry which is shaping Iron many ' , been on the cherniw dre,es all this win-
alien and discordant element, a common , A ". T "'e ' cnT" , ,
Anerlcan national consciousnes. 'Bat rhe assd kmued silks HAer. Manv1"-
fascinating-very," she hastily added. ' ? h oosabiisaHon in TfaeeHfissrler es predonWMte m .
The occasion was Air. Unday's fare- Mwoe style, msUns the upoer half of most ill the cxhMs. and Use Oisfmtr (
well party in London and no one who was "f " e 'er of the larir silk. We style is more pspnUr tkan err
present could fail to realize haw- deep an 1 (-ofbrrs are of ih' Jtker but convertilile For imssediate wear, dark jerseys aad .
impression has been made by his freJi , riery. Huwtyns s-e selling very well upon th-
and vigorous genius during his short Uilu.ugh mst c' the Idopes are of Aertuc. These Mouses are Irinmy
stay in tots' countr). . "he gy. tww-4loreI silks jqd 'atini. wish tamtrisliiiR chenille or brad- a-" FOR KENT For next semester: two
The attitude of the English audirrce lingerie bfcie- in a rrmltitatle of new hae cbi-kcr collars ui fur, self-matens' ' l luraisneo rosns in .moaern liou-e
All Closed, Heated Cars
PHONE 1155 PHONE
RECREATION TAXICAB CO.
foil RENT One-lialf room. 705 Hut 1
St Tekphom 1129-Ulack. 117 '
FOK RENT Rooms for bojs second '
semester; across street from academic
-ampis. UH Conley arence. U-tf
was a mixture of bewilderment and de-' designs are rosnisg in very heavily. Coa- r satin.
Jignt. -Matter and manner were alue
strange and surprising to them. Many ' .
of the allusions must liaie been utterly inuaitabfo "Negro Sermons" and the ' NOTED LABOR LEADER HEF.E
uninteUigible. But they were moved by """: :'nea ran iet m singing tne
the extraordinary dramatic power cf the) "f": -What di.1 you see in PaW
whole performance. In this revelation , '" ana " lamip he coming ntio
for men tuden!s. Private shower and
1 "oilel. Single bed". N"o children and .
wi other roomers. One block from wet
smpos. Call Sai-Wldte. T-S6:f
of the soul of the Middle West thev felt '. OBr raind." By the time Mr. Linda
themselves in the presence of something ha" E"en "Tnc Corgo," by special re
new and big and rather overwhelming ' f"t of the chairman, who said he had
- and their imaginations were stirred. llrarJ ' fi" tineJ each time with in-
"The Santa Ke Trail" roused them to creased admiration, they had reached
genuine enthusiasm. Probably Mr. Lind- !''bc!l a ight of enthusiasm that the
say's hearers never heard of Emporia ot!lJ navi likened until midnight,
which the poet informed them in his in- They went out into the fog of 'West
trductory remarks was one of the two minister full of a new experience, seeing
V t 1 . . .l i.. 1 ... r . .1. l .1. J - s-i .1 ,. li": foeaieis uunnB nil
iii'pes i America line ouier King cania nuuui uie mjicucu wuktow ine goiccn ,- ,... .... .i,.i , ,:, f,: .
v. .... .1. u :....!. -t..r;.!j. r v -1 .v.." 1 " date was changed to permit him to
irarkablc rythmic cfiVct of that fine trtam of pioneers niovins crcr West ' gt-i
poem, the tense of light and space and waid toward the setting dun.
nwTement which it w wondcrfuny con f
wys. BR.VINS VS. GOLD
The KaII)ope YelP as a little too cW had no alue until mixed v.ith
bfzarre for the audience. Bewilderment ,-. c tat J01ir iTain3 arc j
pedominated. Language and thought :MJPMi ;n ,l. ww nri r.n w
. r ! . .. -i t. m : "" -"" "-" "
Warren G. Stone. "Grand Chief of
Engineers, to Speak Jan. 20.
Tarrrn C. Stone, piand chief of the
Internationjl BroherIiod f LocomMiv
Eniners since 1903, will sneak tn t!i
student of the lTniverity January 20 '
Mr. Store i coming lo the Uniterit
under the auspices of the Y. M. C A
He 'ua scheduled to come earlier bu
was secured by the University as one of
the speakers during Farmers Week, so
Drawing and Tabular Forms ou
Specialty. Let us bid on your work.
Prompt, Accurate Service
Mens Belts Gold
f and Sterling BucUcs.
Rich Men's Clubs Have
Nothing on Us
' In every rich men's club joull find Jou can play it bete witliout paving
tne. or more bduard tables; for bil- fancy membership fees. fc
hards is a game which appeals to sue- Make tlie Gusches Billiard Parlnr-
aqsful men. who know the need of rest- jour clubT" and come here during jaot
ful recreation. leisure hours. This i a- dean, decent
It' a good game for vou to play and amusement hall for gentlemen.
in me Mwiiu nicy muiu uoi uuucismnu.
During the delivery of "Abraham Lincoln ,
Walks at Midnight" and 'General Booth j
Enters Into Heaven," one was distinctly )
conscious of that barrier of reserve which '
i r i:.t : :.i.i.. :-.
MIC " lipiiailUMJI llIdilUl 1UIC1JH.IACS i
. against any point-blanlc appeal to rus
But all reserves broke down before the
',. teonenson o 8 tor apnoirumenr.
Adv. SM3 and 90 jEmVARDS RROS. Ann Arbor, .Mich.
- - Booches, Billiard Parlors
ITkere Creel: Meets Creel,
The kind of food your
mind and body needs.
It Yourself at the 4-Caf"
"Have you tried the
On the University Campus
. CHICKENS BOTH HENS AND
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRESH
FRUITS OF ALL KINDS
.REMEMBER THIS IS THE HOME
OF WEDDING-RING AND WISH
I L. J. SLATE
Suits and Top
Coats Now Being
Made for As Low'
Materials are nf our choicest pat
terns. Good fit and excellent workman
The Only Ladies' Tailor Between
St. Louis and Kansas Gty.
Jiaier Bids. Phone 81
Tills Christmas Give -Books,
j Books tell it best when you wish
to express Fellow Feeling in a
. . . V Gift. See the Christmas Books
at The Missouri Stores for Sug- ;
gestioas. , j
,Jiia.Jijw-flig--3aCJCTgi.iiii m, ,, , .
An unf rained pic
ture is like a dia
its setting. .
i a J
vjxh V5 B.,
Price of KRYPT0K
A Christina Gift suggestion of real value
and merit ;tuld he a "Beautiful Pair of.
Glares" fo? Mother, Father, Wife, Hu-band,!
or a Sweetheart, which woidtl mean a brighter
world, and'a happier future. ,'
Our Glasses arc best, because. -ue make
Dr. Blakemore, Optometrist
302 Exchange Bank Bldg.
All American and Best
Grade of Imported
Bracelet Watches in
Yellow, Green and
fTTMi E most con-
j clothes is their
I avoidance of' the
right collar is al-
ways in good taste.
New York Store
Saturday to Xmas
Oar prices'provide a practical and effective method
of dealing with the high cost of living. They do not mean
spasmodic decreases on a few selected articles. They
mean real and ever continued savings all along the line.
They pjrlicularly mean in tilings essential to Men, Wo
men and Children.
Of Special Interest to Women
PRICES REDUCED IN ENTIRE READY-TO-WEAR
'.ire sift, full faSuoaed. formerly Ail-Wool slip on models, formerly
$L50 75c t$0 5193
Bargains in Cotton
Bleached Muslin, yard 13c pron Gingham, yard ... lie
Percales, yard 15c Outing, )ard 15c
Brawn Musirh, yard 12c Shirting, yard 22c
Dress Cinghara, ard 23c Draperies, yard 23c
Kear-Wosl Blanket. Full size in
fthite, tan and grey. Thread wtipp
td edges , 81.93
Wool -Nap Blankets. Woo! finish
Mantels in are asvry; pins: and blue
borders; thread aurched edges; fer-irwriy-TiOH
You'll Marvel at these
Ladies' Fine Lmon Suits; long
sleeve and anUc Itrgth. Were
Men's Dees Shirts. Formerly SZ. '
All sizw S1.S0
Men's OieraTls. Heasy weight:
folid Uue regular price i3 .41.69 ,
Mens H e. Soft Finis'j Cordlran
llcse?; regrfitr price 25c ,...12 l-2c
Ladies' Medium V.'eight Union
its; formerly 81.43 98c
Ladies Separate Pants in snwll
ujoi that sold for 75c 39c
Men's Overshoes. Heavy ruhher
'led OT-sivoctv A speosaJ bargain
at, the pair S1.73
Men's Wool SocVs. Eitra heavy
all-wooL in Lines only. Itegtrlar
priee 75c e
I Outing Gowns of heavy flan
nelette; comfortably cut and neatly
trimmed i , .1.11
Girls" Union Suiti; rood Wright
ribbed union suits. ' Ml sizes . .93c
Dots IlJiie Stmts. Well made with
collars attached. Regular price,
Men's Sweaters; grey rotton sweat
ers; good heavy weight. Worth
S ; Sto
Camxs Gloves; medium weight;
white knii.writ ...... ........ .15c,
Men's Shirts ahd Drawers Medi
na weiaht. riblnj. with fleecy lin
ing; regularly 93c 50c.
Men's Work Shoes. Good soles and
genuine leather; box tee or army
'title in " 7 to 10. cpeestl $2.98
; -Men's Night Shirts of heavy out-
ng flannel; warm and comfortable.
J Special at $1.98
Quids Soft Sole Shoes,
only; in several colors ....
Beys' Sweaters of grey cotton yarn:
good and warm. Willi $1.75 .$1.00
Boys' Union Suits; ribbed jersey;
good medium weight. All sizes.
Special at ... 98c
Hoys' Waists. Blue only, well
zade and an extra bargain at..9c
Men's Khaki Pants; rude of
heavy roaterfals; regsjar S2.49 .SLS3
Oil Mops A bottle of polish freeii
;wiih each mop. Worth 8L50. On
sale at ,.89c
' Koyo' Black- Button Shoes; all
Jlgather; sizes 3 to 6; formerly $165
Bargains of Special
Interest to All
Ladies Fine Georgette Waists.SZS8
Ladies' Fine Voile Vait 69c
Sateen Petticots. Dart Floral Dc-
Knit Petticoats, very warm, special
at ................. ..v3
Ladies' Smocks, very pretty ..51.53
Corsets, slightly damaged' 19c
5L0O Stocking Caps, all wool ..59c
B ide llibbon. worth up to SOc yd 25c
Children's mittens big lot 15c
25c Hack Towels, size 16x32 ..15c
-adies Muslin Drawers, extra yalae'
tildren's Heavy Rubbers, per pair'i
jOs Kllow Cases, special value ..39c
Cotton Baits, quilt size, 3-lb. wt. 98c
Ladies Jap House Slippers per
Ven's Leather Belts ,35e
?198 Large Size Sheets $L75
fLSO Oil Mops Cedar OU with each
Selder's New York
'THE PLACE OF BARGAINS"
D. A, WILKERSON, Manager i
North Eighth Street pj10ne 1094-Red '