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THE EVENING MISSOUBIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER , 191
BOQNE COUNTY'S ROLL OF HONOR
Tko fnllowine is a list Of those on Itnnno Pmmtv'o Unnm. in ini..j
!nr those who are serving the country in the training camps, on the sea or
i a The women in charce of the nafrlnHo rilu- in ha ,i,.nr. - o -i,.i.
Thursday night in the Stephens College Auditorium, who prepared the
.... ci- nil realtives of those included in the list in h nrn n ..i .i,
1151, '" - .aw. vw v, uu.u w uilcuu img
ny and to meet in the music conservatory corridors at the college at
7:30 o'clock that evening and march in a body into the auditorium. Ushers
Trill be at the door.
it ie hpliovcd that the Honor Roll list is nni 4-nmnioia nn... m
supply additional names of those who have gone to the front or to the train
ing camps are asked to notify Mrs. J. G. Babb:
rrof Walter Miller
rrof' J. A. fillison
prof. M. H. nurroues
0. It. KolIIns, Jr.
Mc D. Upsconil
F. W. Nieiern.ct.T, Jr.
Will E. Smith
John No"'1' ,,
It M. Bandy
J. Sidney l.olllns
D. W. B. Kurtz
CapL S. A. Smoke
II B. Davenport
I D. Kosenfeliler
J. IL Shepard
Earl E. Major
Leslie a Wheat
Tony C IIeni.lns.er
Clyde W. Oliver
Cnas. r. Osterloch
Charlie IV. Oliver
Jame O. Ilobnett
Marl IV. Adamvon
Jndion i:. Berkebile
Allen L Ilronn
Frank J. Cooper
tewia 1'. I)ouk1i
Tlarold II KirsuMin
Joe W. Harris
Leo F. Hetzler
Leon C. Hall
Ernest P. Home
Kusell F. Jones
Leonard F. Xell
Herlert ). Younc
Martin W. Zumalt
Roy P. Zumalt
Koy C. Altemlller
Joseph L. S. Slinpich
Oustave A. lteuthcr
Marlon W. Smith
Otis P. Vatican
Ernest F. Watson
Hubert 1. Warden
Beverly It. Bell
Oeorsc T. Connelly
Frank S. Petty
Raymond M. Ashurst
Sherman V. Beekley
Jesse W. .larger
Henry II. Barnes
James II. Berry
Charles K. Benlt
John IV. Brown
John S. Bucklln
Bert F. Bundy
Oarrett D. Bnrsess
ohn Carutheri. .
Edward L. McGhee
Karl IS. Morris
Noah L. Nichols
Clyde C Norman
Bryan L. Palmer
James W. Patrick
Arlle It. IteeU
Mark N. Itellly
Mervln ft. Itoss
Young E. Blgss
Wilbur T. Sapp
Chas. F. Schnabel
Luran J. Schnabel
IMnard F. Shearer
Jesse It. Smith
Fred J. Scott
Knell C. Tennyson
Lloyd K. Vauchn
John J. Waters
Dudley II. White
John F. Woods
Herbert C. Williams
Benjamin F. Williams
Capt. Asbury Roberts
Serjtt. Chas. T. Warne
Serct. Virgil Cole
Harold A. Hulen
John F. Calvert
Corp. Ilarl Harris
Corp. W. Wi Payiip, Jr.
Corp. Jacksou A. Daggs
Corp. James C Fay
Corp. John Hlckain
Corp. Frank II. Roberts
Corp. I'rtil. W. Ketchum
Victor B. Jones
Lemuel W. Crouch
S. ..artli Clli.kscales
Willis N. Murry
Homer Adam Helbel
Robert Iee Alexander
Orrison C. McCullough
Oscar Hall Ie Wolf
Vernle Francis Kite
Kills Kdnard Itoberts
Charles Marcus Fox
Chester James Pollock
Seth Raymond Whlttleld
William K. McDonnell
Cecil Fuller Crane
Carl William Arnold
Paul Chlnn Elliott
Wallace P. Oibbs
John C!eeland Itldgeway
Charles Sen ell Ilarrell,
Arthur Cecil Fay
William Edward Ttallton
Louie James Williams
Edward F. Hudson
Krnest II. Stewart
Charles A. Sprngue
Charles Cecil Romlnous
Oeorge F. King
Durwood Long Sapp
John M. Craft
John W. Campbell
Oscar V. Carrlngton
Kverett E. Doly
Felix N. Dejarnette
Jesse B. Elder
Roy E. Fisher
Ralph L. Garrett
James N. flrlggs
Ixu(e CTtreges , ,
Luther A. Hartley
. Marshall II. Brlgham
Orover Cleveland Klrkuell
Roy Ray Green
Raj mond It. Palmer
William E. Rice
Trank Leslie Barton
William Henry Perkins
John N. Taylor, Jr.
Ora Washington Adklus
William II. Bennett
Albert William Meyer
Wlnfred Alvln Turner
James Snaustone. Jr.
Lazelle Se) mour Shockley
Roy Itlggs Kisley
Jess Allien Hamilton
Leslie C. Valentine
Henry F. Menke
Bruce Edwards, Jr.
Orover Stanley Onens
Freddie W. .Mustnln
Walter W. Enochs
Ellert Roy Crump
Alfonse P. Steffeus
Otis Grant Wilson
Win. Nathaniel Stark
William Joseph Allton
William Lp Roy Cook
John B. Smith
Frank SI. Lockrldgp
James Odcll Nichols
John Carter. Jr.
Harry C Gilbert
James Edward Sou tll
G. G. SIcCaustland
James A. Payne
John C. GIrard
Geroge H. SIcConan
Everett V. Perkins
Byron V. Stephen
Lloyd Estill Frazer
Guy Adolphus White
Shannon A. Prather
Ruby Slonroe Fenton
Clarence J. Doyle
Walter E. Thrum
Ed L. Davis
Daniel .T. Sullivan
Fred Roy Yoder
Oren Clvde Pace
John Samuel Hunton
Homer Adrian Hord
Willard T. Green
Roscoe Earl Williams
Jacob Thomas Turner
Francis W. Bradley
Alve Sylvester Johnson
Grover Slmth Zumnalt
Pleas Carson Morris
Excelle B. Tandy
Lilburn C. Nichols
Schell B. Toalon
Stephen Enrl Thomas
Amos B. Hulen
Tommle J. Lamboy
James W. Lawrence
Trank S. Srelloway
Harry A. Slontague
RusRell D JfcCaskr. .
Baylls . SIcDoneU
James H. Griggs
TALKS 4 3QNUTES OX 1VAB
Tigers Booters, Attention!
For the Thanksgiving game you
will want yellow chrysanthemums.
The market is very uncertain. Place
your order now so you'll get what
you want Columbia Floral Company,
phone 920. (adv)
The National Touch
Method and new Un
derwoods for stu-
dent use at less than
regular rental cost.
After six months
you get a credit refund for every cent
paid. See our agent, R. C. Crow, Y.
M. C. A.. 6:30 to 7:30 dally.
'ATI0XAL TYPISTS ASS0CIATI0
TRY OUR SERVICE
"The worth is that which it con
tains." Shakespeare. Apollo Choco
lates, College Inn, 91G Broadway.
For Better Photographs
Addresses by Prof IV. J. Shepard at
An appeal in behalf of the Y. M. C. A.
War Work Fund was made at the
Columbia Theater and later at the Hall
Theater last night by Prof. W. J.
Shepard, chairman of the local team
of "Four-Minute lien." . Professor
"We are engaged in the greatest
war of all time; the most stupendous
conflict of the ages. Forty millions
of men are enlisted in the various
armies of Europe. The United States
itself has already probably a million
and a quarter men in the various
branches of the service, with every
prospect of the number reaching five
million within two years. My friends,
think what this means the entire
young manhood of the nation mobilized
in the conflict for democratic ideals.
It is a splendid and inspiring thought.
."But in the concentration of vast
numbers of the nation's sons in the
training camps in this country or in
the reserve camps of Europe there
lurks a danger as menacing as that
which they must face in the trenches
a danger more insidious, less open,
less easily withstood than the danger
from shell and shrapnel. It is the
danger which comes from home-ties
sundered; from the rupture of all the
bonds and associations which have
made up their hitherto peaceful lhes.
it is inevitable that standards should be
relaxed: that in their Ipisure hours, a
prey to loneliness. They should fall
victims to the alluring and insidious
temptations of vice which always sur
round the camps of war.
"To save our nation's young men
from this enemy is the challenge
which the Y. M. C. A., the Knights of
Columbus and the Young Men's
Hebrew Association have accepted.
You know of the work which they are
accomplishing. It is. a work which has
f the indorsement of our government,
and the hearty and sympathetic sup
port of the President himself. It is
these agencies which are filling in the
i-oid in' the lives of the soldiers with
wholesome amusements and enter
tainments; it Is these agencies which
are providing the comforts which
ease so much their hard and rigorous
life? it is they who at all times cast
round the boys in the camps the arm
of kindly helpfulness.
"We must contemplate the sacrifice
of thousands of lives upon the altar of
patriotism; but we may confidently
expect the great majority, probably
fourteen out of fifteen, to return to us
and to their homes after the war is
over, if not before. It is the nation's
will that they return uncontaminated
by vice, clean in body and soul, to take
up again the relationship and responsi
bilities of brother, husband or father.
Let us see to it that when our boys
xeutrn-from this war they will beamo
other scars than those received in
"And, my friends, it is all important
that while engaged in the work of
'saving the world for democracy, they!
maintain the same virile strength, the
same sterling manhood, the same un
sullied character with which they
leave us for the battle-fields. Napoleon
said: 'The morale is to the physical
as three to one.' General Petain,
commander-in-chief of the French
armies, has declared that five hundred
Y. M. C. A. secretaries through his
lines would count for as much in
restoring and maintaining the morale
and fighting spirit of his forces as
reinforcements of five hundred thou
sand American troops. Wherever Y.
M. C. A. centers have been established
along the Russian front, there the
spirit of disloyalty and disaffection has
not dared to raise its head.
"My friends, let us help the boys
who fighting for us. Let us help to
keep the home-flres burning."
Half a Cent a Word a Day
ROOMS FOR REXT
FOB BKXT One furnished room on
first floor; grate In room, good modern
house. Slan and wife or men, preferred.
One-half room for men on second floor.
Bent reasonable. 1201 Taquln, 513-Greei),
l--l p. m. and after 3 o'clock.
FOB I1EXT Choice front room on sec
ond tloor, tno single rooms on third floor.
Warm house, hot water day and night.
Only loys of good behavior need apply.
T03 nitt street. Phont 1129-Blacfc. N-32tf
FOB UKXT Tno nicely furnished
rooms, single or en-suite. Apply at 317
X. 9th St.. or phone lOOt-Iied. I! -53
APART3IEXTS FOR REXT
FOR REXT Stodern ell-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
newly papered: water and heat furnished:
iVi blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. Phone 850-Blaclc
FOR SALB L. C. Smith Xo. 2, re
built typewriter. Good as new. Only
xllgbtly used, l'hone CSS-Whlte. W154
LOST AXD FOUXD
LOST Turquoise ar.3 pean pin, some
where between 1403 Rosemary lace and
east end of University avenue. I'bon
123S-BIack. Reward. F-tl
FOR our varied calls. Slany war vacancies,
Missouri Teachers' Agency, Klrksvllle.
Let Holborn make your
We guarantee to please
Sec our samples of engraved
Christmas Greeting Cards.
Get our -Prices They're
121bs Sugar $1
No. 2 Extra Standard Corn $2.75 per case.
No. 2 Extra Standard Corn SL40 per case.
"Where Quality and Sanitation Reign Supreme."
The best shoe repair shop in the city.
Neolin Soles a Specialty
24 S. 9th. St. Phone 389 Red
in living well and living poor
ly is ery small if you buy
right. Don't forget that
F. J. EDMONDS
sells New and Second-Hand
at the RIGHT PRICE.
bought. Phone 423. Located
comer Ninth and Walnut.
rnTP-KTe mlce t0 & to THE
OWL at the Tiger Cleaners. T-Gl
DAXCIXO LESSONS given-private or
class. Thone 620 or 604. p.jj
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Winter
homes, orange groves, truck farms, timber
and and Investment properties for sale
i'.y ,!Narlns Investment Co., Orlando.
The Y. SI. C A. Employment Dureau
Fine Shoe Repairing
Crone. Oak, Water Proof
and Neolin Seles.
Oldest and best equipped in
Sewed soles 60c, up.
7 S. 9th.
has a few salesmanship propositions to
offer students.- Phone 223.
PHOXE T. M. C. A. Employment
Bureau for student help. Phone 223.
Ladies' Tailoring College
it so equipped that any woman
or girl can make all her clothes
under our instructions.
Third Floor, Elvira BIdg.
I x I
N ST N
G HAIRDRESSING G
Letha Russell Mikel
Exch. Nat. Bank Bids. Phone 717
DOES YOUR WATCH,
CLOCK OR JEWELRY
It you bring your repair
work to us it will ba re
turned promptly in perfect
condition. All work guaranteed.
w.ruu. ncnniNbti. 5
rr.7'cU 813 BROADWAY.
of all kinds. , Done in the right
way, by modern machinery.
Saving your old Magazines
50c 100 pounds
25c 100 pounds
Phone 392. Will call
KLASS COM. CO.
Have Your Nails Manicured
By the St. Louis Expert,
She knows how. Reason
Miss Mae Mahoney
Tavern Barber Shop
Palm Beach, Fla-
St. Augustine, Fla
St. Petersburg, Fla..
New Orleans, La.
Pass Christian, Miss.
$33.90 Brownsville, Tex. $47.60
45.85 Corpus Christ!, Tex. 41.30
64.35 Dallas, Tex. 26.40
33.90 El Paso, Tex. 48.95
48.15 Fort Worth, Tex. 26.40
57.45 Galveston, Tex 35.05
57.45 Houston, Tex. 35.05
35.60 San Antonio, Tex. 35.30
35.60 Charleston, S. C 43.10
Corresponding low fares to many other points in the South
and Southwest. Tickets to points in Texas on sale daily
until April 30th, good returning until May 31st, 1918, and
to other points on sale daily until April 30th, good return
ing until June 1st, 1918. Liberal stop-over privileges.
Round trip fare to points in California,
going one route, returning another, on
sale daily with nine months return
limit; one way via Portland at addi
For particulars as to routes and stop-over privileges write or call on
J. C. ABBOTT, Agent, Columbia, Mo.
EARLE LIND, Division Pass. Agent, Moberly
J. D. McNAMARA, Pass. T. Manager, St. Louis
I WOMEN'S PATRIOTIC RALLY-BENEFIT Y.EC.A. WAR FUND 1
Stephens College Auditorium, Thursday Evening, Nov. 15, 7:30 O'clock
I The entertainment will open by music on the Campus by the University Band, and a beautiful and inspiring Flag Drill by 200 Stephens Col-
1 lege Girls. Included in the program given in the Auditorium will be the following: Christian College Girls impersonating American Soldiers e
and Sailors in Songs and Dances The Ukelele Band of Christian College Other Instrumental and Vocal selections by local talent. An hour
I or two of delightful entertainment. Don't miss it!
Admission: Adults, 15c; Children, 10c. Let everybody come and contribute a small amount to this great cause. Those who have relations
I in the war "our roll of honor" are especially urged to be present.
I EVERY PATRIOTIC CITIZEN SHOULD ATTEND THIS RALLY!