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THE ETEXISG MISSOUKIAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,1917.
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TO SELL OLD GUARD
BUTTONS
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Prizes Will Be Offered Coeds
and Organizations Selling
Largest Numbers.
BIG DEMAND IN PAST
'Speculators Have Gotten
Twice Regular Price for
Badges in Other Years.
The Old Guard button, sold at a
premium in past years because the
supply has never been large enough
to satisfy the demand, will be put on
sale at the University of Missouri
next Friday morning. Co-eds fresh
men, sophomores, juniors and seniors
will meet the men students ol the
University in the lobby of Academic
Hall, in the Agriculture Building, on
the campus and sell the badges, which
are worn by all Tiger rooters. The
badge this ear is somewhat similar
to that of last year in size, but is of
a new design. It will be sold for 35
cents.
Prizes for the individual co-ed and
the sorority that sell the most buttons
will be offered. It is not known as
jet just what the prizes will be, but
an announcement of this will be made
' the first part of the week. While the
prizes will be well worth winning, the
student council, which handles the
sale of Old Guard buttons every year,
is depending on the loyalty of Mis
souri girls to the Tiger football team
to cause a big sale.
In the past the entire supply of Old
Guard buttons has been exhausted
within a week after they have been
put on sale. Last year by the time
of the Kansas game the buttons were
selling for as high as 50 cents, some
students even having bought two or
three extra ones to speculate on.
Twelve hundred of the buttons have
been bought this year.
It is hoped to have a big sale an
nounced at the Drake game mass
meeting on Friday night. The but
tons are expected in Columbia by
Thursday, but none will be offered
for sale before Friday morning. AH
profit made on the sale of the buttons
will be used to defray expenses of
mass meetings, posters, banners and
badees for use at the time of the
Kansas game and all general expenses
of the student council in promoting
Interest in student activities.
The Women's Self-Government As
sociation of the University will give a
social for all the University women
from 4:15 to 6 o'clock next Friday
afternoon in the Women's Parlors in
Academic Hall. This will be the first
of a series of socials to be given by
the association.
The young women students of Steph
ens and Christian Colleges in the
the Methodist Sunday School will en
tertain the University men's classes
Saturday night at the church.
The Phi Delta Theta fraternity en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Searcy Ridge,
Misses Corrinne Mackey, Irma Bryant,
Virginia Wood, Frances Bright and
Sara Keith at dinner yesterday.
Mrs. James Garth and Mrs. Milo C.
Shands were luncheon guests today
of Mrs. J. P. McBaine.
Mrs. Will Conley will entertain one
table of bridge tomorrow afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Milo C. Shands.
Misses Melba Ryan, Alice Ernst
and Martha Myers of St. Louis were
week-end guests at the Delta Gamma
bouse.
The Pi Beta Phi sorority had as
dinner guests yesterday: Misses Mary
and Roy Ellen Stewart and Dell W.
Smith.
Mrs. J. iD. Lawson will entertain the
Daughters of 1S12 at 3 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon at her home. Mrs. E.
A Allen will read a paper.
Mrs. Sidney Calvert will entertain
thirty girls and boys at a Hallowe'en
Party Saturday night, October 27, in
honor of her daughter, Catherine Cal
vert. Mrs. T. W. Parry, state president of
the United Daughters of the Confeder
acy, who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Ella D. Taylor, at the Kappa
Alpha Theta house left today for her
'home In Kansas City.
The Kappa Alpha fraternity an
nounces the pledging of Louis N.
Bowman of King City.
Glenn D. Johnson, a student in the
School of Medicine, spent the week
end visiting friends at Amity, Mo.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Society
Misses Virginia Kelley, Roberta
Herring and Clara McJunkin of
Christian College motored to Kansas
City yesterday morning with Miss
Kelley's parents, Mr. and Mrs- Ed
ward J. Kelley.
The following were initiated Friday
night into the Dana Press Club: James
H- McClain, Willow- Springs; Edward
B- Smith, Red Oak, la.; Morris H.
Sisler. Dexter; Cecil B. Jolley, Cuba.
Mrs. F. B. Christie, 717 Missouri
avenue, who has been in La Plata for
the week-end, will return today. With
Mrs. Christie will come her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miles, of La
Plata. Mrs. Christie's daughters are
students in the University.
Miss Ruth Klepper spent the week
end in La Plata visiting her mother,
Mrs. W. W. Henderson.
Miss Sylvia Sasse of Dalton, Mo.,
arrived last night to visit her sister.
Miss Ruby Sasse at Stephens College.
She will also be the guest of the Beta
Sigma Omicron sorority.
Miss Isabel Barieras of Washington
University, who has been the guest of
Miss Ardenia Chapman, home econo
mics instructor at Stephens College,
returned home this morning.
Frank A. Arnson, a student in the
School of Engineering of the Uni
versity spent the week-end at his
home in Kansas City.
Company A of the University Cadet
Corps will meet tonight to elect of
ficers. Dean G. D. Edwards of the Bible
College spoke at the meeting of the
Sunset Club in the Y. M. C. A.
Auditorium yesterday afternoon. His
subject was "Prayer as a Working
Force in Man's Life." The after-dinner
talk was made by Dr. J. B. Cole.
There was a musical program.
Miss Marie Miller and Miss Myrtle
Kramer, University students, spent the
week-end at Miss Miller's home in
Chlllicothe.
Claude and William Gilbert left for
Fort Riley, Kan., Saturday for a visit
with their cousin, Harry Gilbert, who
is in training at Camp Funston.
Mrs. Melcta H. Scott, after a short
business trip, to Kansas City, returned
to her home in Columbia Saturday
night.
There will be a meeting of the
Education Club at 4:15 o'clock Tues
day afternoon in Room 130, Academic
Hall.
R. P. Brandt, a senior in the School
of Journalism of the University
sepnt the week-end in Sedalia.
Prof. J. E. Wrench return jester-
day from Lebanon, Mo., where he de
livered an address on the war under
the auspices of the Council of National
Defense. This is part of the work
in informing the public on the present
crisis.
James Townsend, B. C. Zimmerman,
Robert Dawson, A. J. Renner, Robert
Osborne, all students In the College
of Agriculture, and E. H. Hughes,
superintendent of the Short Course,
went to McBaine Saturday afternoon
on a fishing trip. They returned
yesterday.
Mrs. Alice Fenton went to Centralia
today to visit relatives.
Mrs. E. G. Sublette has gone to
Hallsville to be with her father, D. L.
Owen, who is critically ill.
Miss Helen Richards went to Mober
ly today to visit.
Miss Doshe Bristow' and Miss" Mae
Brown left today for St. Louis to be
. the guest of their aunt several days.
J Mrs. Albert Miller of Rochester,
Minn., is visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. F.
Deaster at their home in Sanford
place.
Newspaper Found to Be Best
The Macon County bankers, in an
nual convention at La Plata, resolved
that newspaper advertising was the
best method of getting before the pub
lic and pushing their business. Here
after calenders and other methods will
be discarded for straight newspaper
advertising, they decided.
ENUS
IO PENCIL
mHE oerfec
Q tion of pencil1
-- mtnliMr .tin-
equalled for
smoothness, uni
formity of grading
and durability.
17 black degrees!
from 6B softest to
to 9H hardest, and
hard and medium
(indelible) copy
ing. Look Ir Oie distinc
tive VENUS finish!
FREE!
Tlil. trial box
with five VENUS
Draw l"4 Penal.
Holder and
VENUS Eraser
sent free. Write
for it.
American Lead Pencil Co.
215 WfthAft-.r Y.
Dept D13
TnithtVENVSEram.tM. Mai
In 1 2 ilia. JZ.00 pa box.
MARINELLO SHOP
(Orcr Scott' Book Store.)
ghampoolnr. Msalcurlnr. Mee,
Elect roljill
Complete line of creme and powders
Phone 07 0 B"r.
FINESHOEREPAIRING
AT
Heberlings'
The best shoe; repair shop in the city.
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Neolin Soles a bpecialty
24 S. 9th. St Phone389Red
Mali Carrier's Motor Car Wrecked.
A Ford car driven by William Fry,
a rural mail carrier, collided with a
Ford driven by S. H. Harrelson near
Hatton Friday. The mail-car was
wrecked. Neither Mr. Fry nor Mr.
Harrelson were injured.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
Half a Ceat a Wort a Day
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOIt HUNT One furnished room 1115
Uulrerslty arenue. RS-33
FOIt RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms. 408 Price. Phone 803-Blacfc. IMf
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern slx-rooa apart
ment, sleeping porch; prlrate entrance;
nel7 papered; water and beat furnished:
2H blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. Phone 850-Black.
C-303-tf
BOARD
HOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, J12; 2 double, til each; one
double, J10; one single, S6. Jefferson Club,
311 Waugh. J-31tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Light colored Jersey cow with
borns, n earing a black baiter. Satuiday
monilng. If found notify -ISO-Red.
LOST Turquoise ass pean pin, some
where between 1408 Rosemary lane and
east end of University STenue. Phone
123S-Black. Reward. F-U
STRAYED OR STOLEN Two Jersey
calves. Information leading to their re
covery will be rewarded by on ner, E. W. I
Mepnens. aia
TEACHERS WANTED
FOR our rirlee calls. Many war vacaclei.
v7n
Genuine
French
Briar
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wRbT
TYPEWRITERS
SPECIAL STUDENT OFFER
Opportunity to purchase standard typewriter at student rate
nOW TO ORDER A MACHINE
This company makes a specialty
of selling typewriters and supplies
direct to students, and is In a po
sition to furnish just what he wishes
at lonest.conslstent prices.
That the student may be perfectly
satisfied with the make and model
of machine be purchases, e will
exchange any machine within 6
months of date purchased without
charge. For example. If he order
n Remington., and later decides on
n Monarch or Underwood, or any
other make, we will gladly make the
exchange.
In ordering, specify make and
model desired. Send deposit of
$10, upon receipt of which we will
ship the machine, and after satis
factory inspection, send us the bal
ance of price. If unsatisfactory, de
posit will be refunded, or typewriter
exchanged, as requested.
All 3tarhlnes Fully Guaranteed.
UNIVERSITY TIMS WRITER CO.;
WASHINGTON, D. C.
APPLES! APPLES!
I will have two cars of fine winter apples on Katy track
Monday, October 22nd
These are fine River Hills Hand-picked Apples
Ben Davis and Gano, $1.00
Jonathans, $1.25
Will be worth double by Christmas. Will deliver any
where in city. Have samples' at my home. Call or
phone 1179-Green. Bring' your sacks.
W. H. COCHEL,
South end of Colleee Ave.
SheaffefS
SELF FILLING PEN -
THE PEN THAT MAKES WRITING A PLEASURE
CSSBSISBBSSSsSSSMSHaMBMS""4-1
THE
STUDENTS
AND
BUSINESS HANS
PEN
Mluourf Teachers' , Agency, Klrkarllle.
M- M-317tf
FOB SALE
FOIt SALE-Jrylng chickens. 2 pounders
at 23 cents a pound. Phone 8C9-White.
J-32
FOB. SALE or trade. New $S3 Royal
Typewriter. A good bargain. See Welch,
at btephen's plant after 5 p. m. W-34
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED rieel scourer, steady work,
good wages. McElroy Sloan Shoe Com
pany, Louisiana, Mo, MS-31
TAKBN from the coatroom in the Uni
versity library, an overcoat, medium
weight. Five dollars reward If returned to
onner, J. a Wise.
WANTED Young man to care for
furnace In exchange for room. Phone 1310.
R-23tf
WANTED TO TRADE Six-acre home,
well Improved, in small town, water
piped In house, orchard. Also ten acres
pasture land. For Columbia property or
farm land. Address Box 75, MorrisvlIIe,
Mo. HFG-33
WtANTED Student to wait on table. To
come at 11:30. C, care of Mlsso.urlan. S-29tf
WANTED A heating stove for a widow
lady. Wanted by Charity Society Or
ganization. WNM-33
Fine Shoe Repairing
Crone, Oak, Water Proof
and Neolin Seles.
Oldest and best equipped in
City.
Sewed soles 60c, up.
PARSONS
7 S. 9th.
A Real Pipe
for
College Men
These are two of the
24 popular shapes in
which you can get the
Stratford
$1.00 and op
WD C Hand Made
$1.50 and up
Each a fine pipe,
with sterling silver ring
and vulcanite bit.
Leading dealers in
town carry a full assortment-
Select your
favorite style.
WM.DEMUTH&CO.
New York
World' i Larsnt Pipm Manufacturer
VISIBLE WRITINR
LATEST MODEL NUMBERS
No. 10 Remingtons
No. 4-3 Underwoods
No. 2-3 Monarcbs
No. L. C. Smiths
No. 10 Smith Premiers, etc.
SpecUl Student CJ1 Cfl
Rate sPJt.OU
We also offer the following at
special rate:
No. 3-5 Olivers
No. 1-2 Royals .,
$24.50
Tboe desiring an. Inexpensive, yet
serviceable and reliable machine,
should consider the following invis
ible writers:
No. C-7 Remingtons (M CA
No. 2-4 Smith Premiers -.? ' '3U
We furnish instruction and prac
tice books with each machine.
Any style of type, special key
board or length of carriage without
additional charge.
2460 Ontario Road, nw.
'PERFORMS
$250u
James Pasley Seriously I1L
James Pasley of Auxvasse, who has
been 111 at the naval training camp on
the Great Lakes, was brought to his
EYE TROUBLES
If your glasses are not comfortably, they have not been prop
erly made. You may be taking chances. I emphasize the
methods of glass making, and service hereit your command.
Best equipped office and grinding plant in the county.
Dr. Virgil Blakemore,
Post-Graduate in Optometry. 302 Exchange Bank Bldg.
The Columbia
Hat Co.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repair
ing all kinds of Suits at
special price of
$1 A SUIT
Called for and delivered
919 Broadway Phone 199-BItck
While up town visit
the Shooting Gallery
and Amusement Par
lor. More fun for 5
cents than in any other
place in town, and
more for your money.
Just above Broadway on 9th.
VV. T. JONES, Prop.
DOES YOUR WATCH
CLOCK OR JEWELRY
NEED REPAIRING?
If you bring your repait
work to us it will b re
turned promptly in perfect
condition. All work guar
anteed. iruuitinmin
. ncnniNticn 5
rimotc
tebus.
813 BROADWAY.
MONEY FOUND
Saving your old Magazines
50c 100 pounds
And Papers
25c 100 pounds
Phone 392. Will call
KLASS COM. CO.
Office Phone 427 White
Res. Phone 863 Black
Dr. R.
r fk
MOLER IDEAL PARLORS
Shampooing, Hairdressing, Massaging,
Manicuring, Chiropody a Specialty
PARSONS
Rooms 9 and 10
The
best grades
of
Illinois
Coal
Try a ton of our cook-
ing coal. There is
none better
- Hurry your coal order before the fall rush
Dalton Coal Co.
13 North Fourth St Phone No. 1041
home last Friday. He has had scarlet
fever and his condition Is still
serious Miss Gertrude Pasley, a
sister, is a student In the University.
Star Taxi Cab Co.
DAY AND NIGHT
SERVICE
20c for one or two pas
sengers. 10c additional
for each passenger.
Country Trips Made
Expert
Shoe Repairing
of all kinds. Done in the right
way, by modern machinery.
Neolin Soles
a specialty
GUITAR'S
Keister's
Ladies' Tailoring College
is so equipped that any woman
or girl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
Third Floor, Elvira Bldg.
Phone 736
Cleaning
Pressing, Repairing
TRY OUR SERVICE
Agcty
Students,, Save Your Eyes
Good Eye Sight your best aid in studying. If you
feel the need of glasses consult me. 1 guarantee a
perfect fit. Examination free. The only place in
town that can grind prescription lenses. Bring your
brokenlensesorprescriptionsto me. One Day Service
A. Walters
212-214
Guitar Bldg.
SISTERS
Phone 795
Miller .Building
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