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UMVEHSirV J1ISS0URIAX, WEDNESDAY, 3TAY Si, 1916.
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MISS LONG'S HORSES HAVE
WINNING WAYS OF OWNER
The Barth Way
Ready for you here are cool feather
weight fabric in great abundance.
SLIP INTO A KOOL-KLOTH
There are also CJenuine Palm Beach Suits,
Flannelo Suits, Silk and Mohair Suits,
Priced from $5 to $25 and
everyone a "breeze-getter."
(i'KT 13 USV! Now's the time to buy that
straw. 60 styles here for you to pick
from at SI. 00 to SI 0.00
KVhRY BODY'S STORE"
"Tlie wonderful lad fiom tlio
Soutli with the umlefeatable horses "
This is the way MicS I.oula Ixmg of
Kansas City and her horses were de
scribed, when they went to Canada a
ear or two ago.
"Tlie lady from Missouri wr..i the
most beautiful of horses, shown f.iult
lesslv. The great lot of horses o.vneil
by Miss Long took the majority of l'ie
blue ribbons and deserved them."
This was the decision at the l)ener
When Miss Long arrives in Colum
bia net week for the Commencement
Horse Show, she will bling with lier
horM s fameil foi victories. Miss Loiiq
is a true moi tswonun ami has wiei
the praises of the crowds as well as
the ring ribbons.
Once the went to Canada and de
feated the best horses there. She al
so won the hearts of the people, who
admired her courage In coming into
an unknown place to try against ali
entries. Again, at St. Louis, she en
tered against the undefeated eastern
stable of Reginald Vanderbilt. To the
delight of Missourians and turpn
of the eastern horsemen, she force 1
the judges lo make new champion:!
leaving out the candidates Irom the
Tlio hon-es Miss Long has ent-ied
for the Commencement Ilore S'.iov
are these same horses
Special Mjigueiitefl.uk matil
at Columbi.i Theatrr tomorrow :!
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I MishOiuian business ollice, phone
CITY AND CAMPUS
We Call Special Attention to Our
Prices on Suits, Coats and Silk Dresses.
Those interested will find it to their advan
tage to investigate. See what we are
offering in Silk Suits.
For the Out-of-Door Woman
"Warren Make" designed especially for the girl who
plays tennis or golf, goes bathing or goes in for any
sort of a strenuous outdoor exercise, for they allow of
perfect freedom of movement. Price $1.00
A timely chat with our Munsingwear saleswoman will
make you cool. Here you can supply yourself for
summer with anything you desire in the best under
wear on earth. Munsing Union Suits from 50c up.
TRY IT. The Munsing Underwear always satisfies. To wear it
means better health, more comfort and underwear economy.
I inr If
I ci and we can supp'y
tin children with white
dreses, from 4 to 14
A particularly attractive
line of children's ging
ham dresses. Sues 4
Onyx Hosiery or
I hoenix Hosiery, we
have them in fancy or
We have just received
a new supply and can
Special designs for
Porch chains and drap
eries. 50 patterns to
The Store of Standard Merchandisejj
I II. t) Murry went to Hallsville this
Joe .Morris returned to Centralia
I Mrs J I! Cant went to St Louis
I this afternoon to visit
Morton I'eniberton returned to his
home at Centralia this afternoon
j Warren Humphrey returned this
I afternoon from his home in Kansas
II. M. Mcl'heeters and sister. Miss
'Hess .Mcl'heeters, went to .Mexico this
II 11 Krueskopf lelt for Fulton to
daj, where he will stait a sjil sur
ey of Callaway County.
Prof. J. I). Elliff will leave Friday
to inspect some of the schools of .Mis
souri He will be in Kansas Citv
' Kietl 1). (Jray, a junior in the School
of Journalism, will go to MeAico, Mo,
in June to work on the Mexico l.eJgi'r
' for a j ear.
Max S. Handm.ui of the sociology
department delivered the commmce-
nieiit address at the Osceola High
.Miss l'.lizaoetn uvvon ot .loplin is
visiting Miss Florence Smith at Ftead
Hall anil Miss Irma Locke at the
Alpha Phi house.
Miss .Margaret MeElroy, 7i:i Mis
isouri avenue, will receive a visit from
her mother. Mrs. Iee I MeElroy of
Kansas City, tomorrow.
i Charles II. Williams, extension sec
retary, returned last night from Jef
ferson City, St. I-ouis. Festns and
Poplar Muff, where he has been doing
i Mrs. I) L. Thornton of Versailles,
K., arrived this afternoon to visit her
sister .Miss I .a lira Matthews, lul Gleii
wood acnue. Iiefore her marriage
Mrs. Thornton was Miss Lucy Mat
thews and lived in Columbia.
; Prof II I! Alnistedt of the German
i department will give the commence
I incut address at Hermann Saturday.
H. C. Journey will deliver the com
mencement address at Smithton to
morrow. Edward E. Brown, business man-
, ager of the University, went to Cen
jtralia this afternoon to meet his wife
and children, who have been visiting
relatives at Lawrence, Kan., for the
'last two weeks.
i C. It. Mage. who has been teaching
in Missouri W'esleyan College at
suss i.on.A i.t.o.
Cameron, is In Columbia taking ex- dress to the Shelbina High School Iast
aminations for his master's degree, night.
Mr Magee received his B. S. degree! Phil S. Gibson, LL. B 14, prosecut
from the College of Agriculture in ! ing attorney of Worth County, arrived
.., this afternoon to attend the .Missouri
Miss Leota Versen, who has been Va'lley Conference Track .Meet, the
teaching in the Shelbina High School , Commencement Horse Show and Com
this year, returned home this after- j niencement exercises. Mr. Gibson wa3
noon" ' j private secretary to the director ot
Miss Olta Fledderjohann, who has J athletics for sit years.
heen here visiting relatives, returned
to her home in St. Louis this after
noon. .Miss Minnie Forbis returned to her
home at Centralia this afternoon after
a visit to her brothers, B. P. and John
Or. Charles A. Ell wood returned
this afternoon from Shelbina, where
he delivered the commencement ad-
Grant School -Mothers 'Club wilr
serve ice cream and cake on lawn of
school this evening 10c P .-'S
Special .Marguerite Cl:'rk m.i'inee
at Columbia Theater tomorrow j p.
m. 10c Tli.
Alisjouruii biisinesj ollice, phone 5j. ,
MAVWrS A GOODSHSr
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
"The Goose Girl"
SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY
AV: SI) Id are stoun IlFRl A'
Going' To The Meet?
You will need cool
clothes you will want
style cloth es here,
young man, are a few suggestions.
We can fill your needs to your en
New Silk Shirts, New Straw Hats,
New Summery Neckwear all to
correspond with our New Air-O-Weave
and Semi Crash Suits.
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