Newspaper Page Text
, THE COLUMBIEVENm&ksSOm OCTOBER '6. WHS
lor Cornell University wbete-lie will Jo
graduate tork in the Scliool of Business
ami Public Administration.
L. W. Girder, Ik lias keen a pica
at the Sigma Nu houe, went to Wjrerljr
Kirl. Toolviard lias relumed fn.m
MeFall where lie sprat a fen iljys v.iili
Mr. and .Mr. Dare Hartlrtt and Mr.
sad Mr Swain of IVllmiy Iiae been
in Columbia visiting friemls.
Miss Carrie Tripletl, a stutlenl in llir
L'nireritr. If fl for lier home at Rurlnrr
today en acvount of the illness f liet
Union A. Ih. xWi lias Ixrn attend
ing t!i" Lnivrrciiy liere, left 5aturda for
Iiouliter, Colo where hi- will enter lb
University of Colorado.
J!. II. Emberson left today for Union,
where he will address the FranLIin
County Teachers' ronention on the sub
ject of bos,an.l pins club work.
Miss Juli M. Itocbeford will spend
the week-end in Centralis doing work
for the tf rieultural extension illusion of
J. K. O'lleeron, secretary of the Univer-
ity V. -M. C A Han cone to St. Joseph
In Hie interest ol the Hate-wide Y. M.
C. A. finaneial campaign.
A rpecial board ami cabinet meeting
of Y. M. C A. will be held in the Y. M.
C A. OuilJing this evening. Plan for
the financial campaign in Boone County
and a social program for the coming
)ear will be discussed.
Tli llafrison County Club met Fri
day and elected the following uSiccrs:
Prftident, Charles Sliumard; secretary
and treasurer, Robert Templeroan; ser
geant at arras, Iiren NeaL Forty of the
cumber enjojed a weiner roast near the
rock quarry Monday evening. Earl Neft",
a graduate of the University, was a guest
of the flub from Fulton.
The xophomores in the School of Knj
flneering met last night to discus uncial
activities and other plans for the future.
it was decided lo have a weiner roast
and "cider-bust" on Friday, October 15.
The following men were appointed on a
committee to make the necessary ar
rangements: II. J. Chapiii,. "r. R. Camp
bell and F. W. Britiingham. ,
C lUiao, A. B. "20. left this -Jnornin;;
The Montgomery County Club gsrc a
leak roast Monday evening at Miller
Spiing. They rael at the home ol Miss
Alice Car.lt.ell, 1215 Hudson avenue, at
5:30 o'clock and fpjm there went to the
tpting on Ashland (travel. There was an
abnndance id steak, pickles, buns, coffee,
jelly and apples. After eating they sat
around the fires, anil sang and told stories.
-Miss Alice Ctnlwell and .Mrs. J. C.
1 locker were chaperons.
The University Dramatic Club will
hold a meeting in Itoom 110, Academic
Hall, at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. The
play reading) Vcommiltre will iro(ose
"Plot and Playwrights" for the first pro
tluetion of the club this jear. A director
will be cliosen and tryouu arranged for
parts in the cast of the plaj. All mem
bers and associate membfxs are urged
Realizing the possibilities of a mass
gathering to consider associated topics,
about thirty-five student, representing
all classes taken Kuropean History un
der Doctor I!. I. Kerner of the history
department met at Doctor Kemer's home.
ijuo. noscmary lane, at :5U o clock ves.
lerday evening. The formation of the
circle is primarily for the beau-fit of those
interested in 'Russian and Jvear Eastern
developments and is in no -wav in oppo
sition or rivalry to any nmilar institu
tion in University circles.
Hugh Schuck was elected president of
the vocational students in tie University
at a meeting Monday night called for
the purtaisr of organization. The other
officers elected were: Janrs Slmmake.
Jr, secretary, and J. F. Minnis, treas
urer. Schu(k and Shunvikc were also
elected delegates lo go lo St. Louis this
week-end lo advance the. claims of the
vocational men in the liaiiversity for an
increase in allowance. The vocational
men will meet Tlmrs)ay night at 7:15
o'clock in Room 200, Ag-icullural Build
ing lo complete their organization.
I ! A New Force and a New Era 1
y ir .G. - -r..,-js-- , fy By CZiapIn.
" i. . n , i . i i i ...
jHKr i "vyt tVJ& wJMrW lUJftl- lMW&atP tt Sl&
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
A. M. Nevillez, Fort Urt8. Tea.; Mis'jlX
Bett M Hews,, Si. lyiuis! J. T. Havs, '
IloGiivilln; Dr. S. Sale. Si. tarns; A. It.
Gardner,' Washington, 1). C t
ine laiioHing registered at Hie Athens
RECEIVES BRASS HAIL
Rumanrp," a Black Cat, Also Ar
rives to Ward Off Bad Luck.
"Good luck eome to stay." so runs llie
!!, r . mi ii-i ii, oil ilarky meloily. Jow the air at trie
Hotel: X A. Morgan, Harn-burg: Nell I ,. . ', , ' ... .1 . .. .,
vr-IL r 1 -11 i 1 11 r 'Jinx is riiargcu vtuii 111c miuc mi 01
Walker. K.rksv.lle; Mr. and .Mrs C- - ie ,ong npeclti h
Parson Parsons, Kan.; R Norman Sl j fonJ , ,,, arritfA ,;3n ,,, ;, h
Lows; 31 J. Crmtoij. Ashland. Ma.: ietn hippi, , lhe jix but all failed
J. U. finwulcoro: T. 11 Hall, Slur- , rcIl lhdr dcstinaUon through miv
geoii; sTareni-eBurtor.Wajnesburg. K.; pUc-ment or theft. However, Monday
VJdiie Wall, Waynoburp, Ky.; W. J-lmoming found the Jinx receiving pa
Gold. ScJalia: Mr. and -Mrs- II. ..'.. , .1,. lrt r.;l Ttm v.sit (ll.l
Hogan; H. 1. Crane, aeveland; W. C
Burnett, Easlrj; J. Cibbs, Columbia;
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. .Miller, it. Louis; W.
r. Jacl.sc n. St. Louis.
The fallowing registered at the Cen.
tral Hotil: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cay-'
mon. Sirta, UL; LoBis James, Cedar'
mm Him; i.uck; nas sure oeen aouiiir
criKsd at the Jinx, for with the arrival I
of the bra rail came "Romance, a
blak cat, who will henceforth lie a fu
ture at the Jinx and a bogy lo hard luck, j funeral of Searcy Morcbead.'
E. II. Schenkel of St. Louis went to
Mrs. Marian W. Hertig of Christian
College went to Kansas Gty yesterday.
j. W. Varner of Columbia went to
Nevada, Mo on business today.
J. W. Merideth went lo Fulton this
morning lo attend the street fair there.
A. J. Hudson, who lias been visiting
his sister, Mrs. F -L Mui, returned to
his home at Lucas -Mo.
Mr. and Mrs Harry Freeman left Co
lumbia lodav for their new home at-
Mrs W. II. Freeman and Mrs Lillian
Wright went t Kansas Gty this morn
ing. Thomas T. Murray, wlio has been vis
iting in Gilumbia. left loday for Okla
C. W. Miller, of the Knights of Gdum-
bus Students' Home, went 10 St. Louis
vrstcrday on business
Mrs Frank Platter, who has been vis
ilmg her sister, Mrs Giarles Hale, re
lumed to Dcnison, Tex., loday.
Mrs John Goslin and her niece. Miss
Nadine Slunk, went to Kansas Gty to
day In be the guests of Mr. and Mrs K.
. Goslin. .
Mrs It. F. Cregg, who has been visit
ing Mrs II. I). McAlesler. 1101 Walnut
slieet. returneil to her home in Munsey,
Miss Slade Stercy returned lo her home
in St. Louis yesterday. She came to Co
lumbia to attend the funeral of Searcy
Miss Elizabeth Skillman, wlio has been
vUiting Mrs. J. M. Fellows, W7 College
I avenue, returned 10 Paris Ky.. yester-
Mrs Henry Wise returned ! her home
in St. Ijiuis jesterday after visiting
Mr. and Mis J. A. Klass. 214 South
Eighth street. ,
Col. Joseph Frazier, S07 Stewart road,
left this morning for Huntsville, Colo.,
vvhere he will read the proof on a book
he has written, entitled "Training."
Mrs Eva Sabine and Mrs J. E. Hutch
inson, wlio liave been visiting Prof,
George H. Sabine, 502 Edgewood, re
turneil to their Ivome in Dayton, Ohio,
Miss Mary J. Barnett has been ap
pointed as teacher of French and Latin
in the Gilumbia High School. Miss
Acena Booth, w!h is secretary lo Super
intendent W. I. Oliver, will substitute as
teacher in the malhematic department
-Mrs II. S. Searcy lias returneil lo her
home in St. Joseph after attending the
October 6 The Boone County Sunday
School convention meets at the-Presbyterian
October 9-rMasonIc Chapter to be estab
lished. October 8 Epwortb League Social.
October 9 Football Columbia High vs
Jefferson Gty High.
October 10-Rjlly Day at Columbia
October 10 Student Sunday tt Broad
way Methodist Church.
October 11 American Red Cross Mem
bership drive becins.
October 14-16-Central Missouri Slate
Teachers Association, Warrensbure.
October U-15-Norllr.vcst Missouri State j
teachers Association, Maryville,
October 2I-2J Northeast Missouri State
Teachers Association, Kirksville.
October 22-B. Y. P. U. date social.
October 28-30 Southwest Missouri Slate
Teachers Association. Springfield.
October 28-30 Southeast Missouri State
Teachers Association, Cape Girardeau.
October 29 Annual Bamwarming
November 1-Agricltarl Short Coarse
October 30-Football-Oklaboma vs. Mis
souri in Columbia.
November 3 Major Thomas J. Dickson
speaks at the University Auditorium on
America and the Battle of Verdun."
rvovember.5 Football Columbia High
vs rsirxsvuie High.
November 6-FootbalI Washington
MisMiuri, in Columbia.
November 11-13 Missouri State Teach
ers" Association meeting in Kansas
November 13 Football-Washington vs
.Missouri in Columbia.
November 20 Football Missouri
November 23 Football Homecoming
game. Kansas vs. Missouri, in Columbia. I
I'. H. Population to Be Announced".
By Ufcilrd Pitts.
WASHINGTON. Oct, 6.-The Bureau
of the Census-said today that it will an
nounce the population of the United
Slates al 4 o'clock tomorrow.
For those who want
. . the very best, they
: will always suggest
coming here. We
carry a complete
line of all kinds of
"The Home of Better Confections"
Jimmie's College Inn
I AT' THE THEATERS l
1 '. 1
THE HOTEL GUESTS
The following person registered at
the Daniel Boone Tavern yesterday: II.
J. Turner, St. Lniris; F. W. Hawes Mo
bcrly; L. S. Birely, Keymer, Mich.; C L.
llollsnider. Rochester, N. 1.; Frank D.
DeWitt, Chicago; A. T. Holmes Sl.
Louis; J. W. McPheeters Poplar Bluff;
S. Harris Giicago; Mr. and Sirs Charles
Bolte, Slater; G,M. Sliffe, St. Louis; J.
L. Reed, Kansas Gty; James Lynns
Kansas Gty; Mr. and Mrs F. L. Dick
inson. Los Angeles; William L. Sheridan,
St. Louis; T. S. Connely, Kansas Gty;
John N. Stroud. Kansas City; J. A. Haw
kins Moberly; T. C. Waller, Chicago;
E. M. Cibson, St. Louis; J. F Kiff, St.
Louis; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Slrwart, I)e
ratur. III; Frank II. Stewart, Decatur.
Ilk; It. F. .Moon, St. Louis; D. D. Dud
ley, St. Louis; W. F. Nerin, Chicago;
F. A. Pearl, Mexico, Ma; W. C. "Reclr
Kansas Gty; M. L. Ode, Toledo. Ohio;
Columbia Tonielif nml Tt.nr4,f
Dorothy Dalton. in "Tins Dark Mirnir'"
is the Oeading piriure at the Columbia
Theater for tonight and touorrow. In
many ya, this is the most unusual pic
ture -ser shown. .Miss Dalton plays the
role of a society heiress who became a
belle of the New Ymk underworld.
In addition, ilicre will be shown Ton
ics of. ifie Day ad a -Cnni- p03rd
Hall Friday and Satedjy, New York
made glittcrinclv attractive even in
the, scenes imrtravini; its wickedness in
"On Witli The Dance." the picture shich
will Ixt shovvn at the Halt Theater next
Friilay; and Saturday. Seldom has a
more tolorful plioloplay been o5cred
The story brings lo the front the ex
cellent dramatic talents of Mae Murray,
the sTStwhilc dancer of ihc Follies and
now-' a screen plaver of more than ordi
fiai.'y ability. The plot concerns a Uus
6i.vn immigrant girl, selie-h and pleasure,
brtins, vvhu, fuddenly injectetl into the
atmosphere of New York high-life at first
yields lo temptations of eay nwmey tliat
arc offcreil, but later in a big crisis re- j
; "Salome vs. Shenandoali," is llie title
sf the Mack Senuelt comedy which is an f
Friday and Saturday
Matinee Saturday, 3 p. m.
On With Tho DancQ
in connection with
"Salome vs Shenandoah"
The Greatest of all
MACK SENNETT COMEDIES
The comedy alone is worth the price
ii-fv..if?ft.-T: -i. 'jz "
lu-k v . jfj.' rrxjJFg?'
s , -jisI.M
v i. V'ii t
foUowthe arrow and II
f. I cOLUMBA-MOf'B
ailiome-milled flour from a
' home-grown wheat.
' You can make better bis
tint:, ligbter bread and finer
paltry if yon use "White Way.
Put up in Contcnicnt sizes
12, 21 find 4H pound sacks.
Here you'll find superior quality, good taste, and
aliovc everything else, good style, in our autumn
showing of Women's and Misses' Suit?, Coats and
Dresses?-" And ,wilh all these cardinal features go
super values values that bring selected garments
within the reach of nearly all. Wc prefer that you
come here Jor personal inspection. That is the only
way you can judge the merits of oui present display.
STREET DRESSES AND DAY-TIME FROCKS
This is just the season of the year when every
. one needs a dress that is warm enough and
attractive enough to be worn without a coat.
Dresses whoso note of individuality is borne
out in curious designs of chenille embroidery,
leather pipings, button trimming or silk braid.
Tricotines, Serges and Satins in dark colors,
friced'at $13.50 to $49.50
LADIES" StlHTS That furnish a varied showing
of color, style and material. These garments
are made up in the most fascinating models
designed to meet your approval for every oc
casion, and attractively priced at. $25 to $69
Woolen Sport Skirts
Plaid woolen skirts, ac
cordian and box pleat
ed, have arrived. They
are indispensible for
school and sport wear.
For the Kiddies
Coats and Dresses- of
unusual value and
LADIES' COATS Short and long models, in Silvertone, Polo Cloth and Velour, in the newest au
tumn shades, tailored or fur trimmed. Prices ranging-from $25.00 lo $85.00
Robinson and Boswell
'- ii i
" d ll I ii
Mass Meeting of for- j
mer Sailors at K C,
Students Home at 7
o'clock, Friday night. .
Come out Jack, bring
:i&te&2fatitfm kft-- &L&,s&&0&Hfa
- r'- f.r ViftMViVTiWti
., .,, . - - f- ?i--r(zirXp tMHttvff,iy1n