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t y m If Have You Tried a Grape Juice Rickey? If not drop in at Moscow's. Here you can get nature's most healthful fountain beverage. The grape juice habit is a healt and pleasant one. MOSCOW BROS. The College Inn. Columbia Candy Kitchen MARK TWAIN once r:J in reply to the quesUon, "Which of your books do you value most?" "MY BANK BOOK" If you uo not possess one, call and let us show you how easy It Is to start a bank account AVc pay 3 ea time deposits. CENTRAL BANK. G. n. Dorsey, President Ira T. G. Stone, Cashier. W. K. Farley, Vice-President J. W. Sapp, Assistant Cashier. "HERD" THE NEWS? Dried up tobacco's been shoved off the map. : By the little 5c. tin of Stag thaf s FRESH till it's all smoked EVER-LASTINC-LY GOOD" 0" STAG FOR PIPE AND CIGARETTE PAYNE'SORCHESTRA AN ORCHESTRA COMPOSED OF V. STUDENTS They please everybody. Let them furnish your music. Phone 361 Red. M. A. Payne, Mgr. Every article of pastry in eluding our pics, cakes and cook ies arc made by our experienced baker in our sanitary shop home made, in fact The University Dining Club and Cafeteria use our bread. B. GeiltSCh, Baker 20 N. 9th. 882 Red Cotrell & Leonard Albany, N. Y Makers of CAPS, GOWNS and HOODS To the American Col leges and Universities from the AUantlc to the Pacific, class contracts a specialty. Correct hoods (or all degrees. Rich Robes for Pulpit and Beach. Bulletin, samples, etc., on request LOOK LOOK FREE! Grand Prize on display at Henni user's Jewelry Store. S100 Diamond Ring to be given away in the next few weeks. Week ending Prize box of Cigars for high score. Everybody Invited. 10th St. Billiard Hall and Bowling Alley. Phone 348. KEIM'S ORCHESTRA Composed of student-Musicians. Hear it before engaging others. Telephones S49 or 644 White. H. E. KEIM, Mgr. WILLIAMS The Barber 714lBroadway Phone 288 Black New Spring Stock of Wall Paper and Window Shades Paints, Oil and Varnishes. ALEX STEWART 71S Broad war TALK ABOUT MUGLANCYaad "THE MARQUETTE" Tfct Orithal tW Caw rfahr Met Hotel la Aacrio-400 A Hotel tor- 7&t Hotter. Wife Sister mHmnnUT SMeati. CLUB ISSUES iOAD BULES Aatomebiie Owners 'PaMlsli Balle tia to' Beaefit DriVers. The following rules of the road we're published recently by the Co lumbia Automobile Club: 1. When meeting vehicles keep to your right. Always drive on the right hand half of the road. 2. Pass all vehicles on your left when coming up from behind. Re turn to right side of road as prompt ly as you can. 3. When approaching corners sound your horn and go slowly. Keep to the right 4. You can never make a mistake" If you drive on the right-hand side of the street 5. When stopping in town the curbing should be at your right hand, if it is not there ycu have stopped wrong and cannot possibly start right 6. Never turn around In the mid dle of a block. Turn at street inter sections. 7. When slowing to stop or turn give signals to the driver behind you by holding out hand and arm from the driver's seat 8. Remember that It Is your duty to pull out to the right to allow vehicles to pass from the rear. 9. Do not be afraid to use the horn. Nothing Is more unpleasant to the man on foot than the sensation of having an automobile unexpectedly shoot past him. Though you may know he was not in danger, ho will never know it, and many a motor-hater has been developed by this kind of treatment on the part of the automobllist 10. If you overtake any vehicle on the road you have the right to pass it, but a proper consideration for the rights and pleasure of others dictates that you must maintain the same speed at which you passed until you are well in front, so that others may not have to eat your dust. 11. Familiarize yourself with the rules of the road. 12. The rules of the road apply to all vehicles whether motor driven or horse-drawn. The legal speed is eight miles an hour in business district of the city; flften miles per hour in the city; twenty-five miles an hour in the county. The dangerous corners are desig nated as Hitt and Broadway, Ninth and Conley, and Ninth and Broadway. ESTERTAIX FOR COMMENCEMENT rnhersity Elementary School Will Give an "At Home." There will be an "at home" at the University Elementary School next Wednesday in place or regular com mencement exercises. Open house will be held from 3 o'clock until 6, and there will be a continuous pro gram. There will be three sections, in which the leading parts will be taken first by the smallest pupils, second by the intermediates, and last by the up per grades and the graduating class. The numbers will consist of songs, including German songs; folk dances, some in costume and some special dances; games, such as are played during the school .term, and dramatiza tions of stories. There will be piano solos by girls of the school. The girls of the graduating class will pre sent studies in costume of manners and costumes of people in different countries, and the boys, fly drawings nnH mechanical devices, will illustrate the Industries taught during the year. On the second floor will De an ex hibit of the handiwork of the pupils, wood work, textile work and drawings, rn hv the nuDlls themselves. Writing done by the pupils during the year will be shown. As a background for the program, the fountain in one corner of the building will he banked with flowers and plants. Thorn nit thirteen graduates, six boys and seven girls. The diplomas will be presented at tne ena 01 me program. Commencement exercises of the Uni versity High School will be held Tues day evening, May 27. in the university AHi,nrinm The DroKram will be al most entirely musical, there being no speeches and no papers by me siu ..,. Thpr aro to be vocal and piano solos and a stringed quartet The diplomas will be presemeu u, President Hill, who will maae a s""" address There are thirty pupils to be grad uated, practically all of whom will ,. ! university next year. There are now 116 graduates of the Univer sity High School attending the Univer sity. All formalities are to be dis ,.,i with at the exercises. The class includes sixteen boys and four teen girls. WOMEN TO CITE "THE PIPER" Miss KatteriM Banws Wfll Be Crew- ti at Spri. EtertlMK. ThB University women will glre their spring entertainment on the Unl- T-.ritr eamnus at S o'cHocK Tuesaay, June 3. Miss Katherine Barnes will be crowned queen at this event Tkj pUjr ?l?ctd taU yr f " Piper" by Josephine Preston Peabody. It was the prize play written for the Shakespeare Memorial Theater at Stratford-on-Avon, and was played In the New Theater in New York in 1911. It is the old story of the Pled Piper of Hamlin, introducing a love theme and other variations. There are twenty-four speaking parts and about fifty in the entire cast A great many children's parts appear in the drama. The costumes will be unus ually affective. The leading parts in the play will be taken by the following girls: The Piper, Josephine Sutton; Barbara, Helen Lowry; Mlchael-the-Sword-Eater, Marjorie Graham; Veronika, Dorothy Jones. Leslie Hohman of Kansas City is here to train actors for their parts. The attendants for the queen of the June fete will be Misses Winifred Toner, Sarah McLaughlin, Rowena Campbell, Ramona Walters, Lavlna Peters, Louise Halliburton, Bernice Sturgls, Mabel Hurst, Vivian Yar borough and Lucile Phillips. PARTY FOB TELEPHONE GIBL8 FURNITURE Party will be in Co lumbia to purchase used bedroom fur niture June 5. Possession not needed until September. Address 807 & East Twelfth, Kansas City, Mo. CoaweaeeaMat at Bella May M. The annual commencement exercise: of the School of Mines at Rolls. Mo, will be held Friday, May 30. The an nual ball will be held May 29. Miss Ida Fetter Eatertaiaed at the Plaat Last 5fcat. Miss Ida Potter, chief operator of the Columbia Telephone Company, en tertained the operators last night, in the rest room of the plant Miss Pot ter planned to start the custom last year of having an annual event of this sort but owing to the death of her father was unable to to carry out her plans. The rooms and the table were decor ated with roses. The only, light was from red candles, the electric lights being turned off. The Ice served was moulded in the shape of bells placed on doilies, interwoven with real rose leaves. Colonel J. A. Hudson, president of the company, gave a short talk on "What Can We Do to Improve the Ser vice." and said for one thing if the girls would stay with him longer and not get married It would help some. Miss Potter spoke about the work and the girls were given questions to an swer about the system In general. YOU CAN EARN OYER TEN DOLLARS A DAY Let us prove it. 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You can mail your subscription to the office in the Virginia Build ing, phone some one at 55 to come and get it, or stop Robert Mann or Harrison Brown on the street and tell them you want the SUM MER MISSOURIAN. A WEEKLY LETTER FROM THE UNIVERSITY DIRECT TO YOU 50 cents For the summer. 50 cents. SUMMER UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. -.! fc