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UNIVERSITY MIS80URIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1913.
Plays Here Thursday
FACULTY ANNOUNCES HONORS
-Tailors -to men-
this ten dollars is the re
duction we are making in the
sale now going on here.
All $35 and $37.50
patterns (including hluc serg
es) are now selling for the
S27.50 and every suit is
Considering the perfect fit
and longer wear, can you
afford not to get a suit
Tun Fashion Shop
R. A. Ehinger
Ellen Louise Goebel, James Adelbert
McMUIen, upper class; Margaret
Branson McElroy, Lucy Burgess
Moore, Ethel Jacobs Belcher, Estella
Fay Cratty, Frances Elizabeth Bennett,
EDUCATION Sylvia Valentine Ma
gill, George Frederick Miller, Kath
ryne Clarice Smith, upper class.
HISTORY Kenneth Craddock
Sears, Cleta Ermine Payne, Rockwell
Cresap Journey, Selwynn DeWltt Col
lins, Jennie Bienn Berry, upper class;
Green Lee Douthltt, William Russell
Blenkenship, L. Fay Knight, under
POLITICAL SCIENCE Kenneth
Craddock Sears, Rockwell Cresap
Journey, upper class.
CHEMISTRY Roy Willis Maupln,
Benjamin Estill Shackelford, Alma
Steele, upper class.
.MATHEMATICS Anna Christine
McBride, Wilhelmina Heimberg,
upper class; Pauline Gracia Beery,
Clyde Trone Levy, Hcttie Morgie John
son, Carthrae Menette Laffoon, Law
rence Rice Golladay, Josiah Reel
Strecter. Mildred Tavenner, William
Walter Merryman, undre class.
PHYSICS Goldena Cleveland
Farnsworth, Nellie Henelia Schultze,
upper class; Rodney Babcock, Wilhel
mina Heimberg, Sidney Reich, Frank
Henry Frauens, Jr., Clyde Trone Levy,
ZOOLOGY Gaylora Clark Swindle,
HISTORY OF ART Fern Zay Rusk,
MUSIC Mabel Louise Hurst, Fran
ces White, under class.
About Dec. 21, 1912, a trunk, suit
case and sack of walnuts was lost
The trunk was imitation patent
leather and was marked S. K. B. in
white letters. The suit case was old
and had on it the letters E. C. W. F.
It was empty. The sack of nuts was
marked "E. D. Krawl, Lebanon,
Pennsylvania." The trunk contained
linens especially valuable to the
owner. A large reward will be paid
for Information leading to recovery
of the trunk and contents.
Provided the Information is given
promptly no criminal prosecution
will be instituted. See or write
(adv) Haden Bldg.,
Phones 391 and 437.
Hello 3fr. Farmer: Are you think
ing about changing your location?
Have you a farm to sell or exchange
for either farm or city property? I
am a farmer myself and know where
the good land is. I sold $70,663 worth
of property Saturday January 11th,
1913. Call and see me at 403-406 Ex
change Nat'l. Bk. Bldg., Columbia, Mis
souri. I can get you anything you
E. L. DAUGHERTY.
We extend an invitation to
visit our store at 918 Broad
way. It is your chance to see jew
elry manufactured in our
Our store is the pride of
Columbia. We want you
you to see it.
Ejren Zimbalist concert at 9
Ours is a trade that Service made
Just Off the Campus on Ninth
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Brief Local News
Dean Isidor Loeb departed for Mar
shall to speak at the annual Commer
cial Club banquet tonight.
.Mrs. J. T. Hulen went to Sturgeon
to isit friends.
T. S. Towe departed for Center
ville, la., today on a business trip.
Joy Kisser left for Mexico today.
A. Redman is in Mexico today on
I A. c. Hulen departed for HallsWIo
today on a business trip.
G. W. Law horn in Ce,ntralia today
.Manuel Drumm departed for Kan
sas City today on a business trip.
Mrs. George Snencer ami Mr..
' Ralph Bryan departed for Hailsville
today to isit Mrs. L. L. Roberts.
1 1 After the Farmers' Meeting
1 1 Thursday Hear
I I the great Russian violinist
University Auditorium, 9 p. m.
Prices, 75c and S1.S0
Season tickets good for the three remaining
rm mu Alpha concerts, $1 and $2.50
To convey thought
without loss, words
must mean the same to
speaker and listener.
Smoke a pipe of
Velvet and straight
way you will say with
ST Daily Brothers VE!
cumcS om i
glass vk P!ABsV B
Burley leaf of choic
est growth, unmarred
by burn or bite. Its
will delight you its ,
matchless flavor will '
move you to words
Strawn-Holland Dry Goods Company-Annual White
Goods And Domestic Sale-For Ten Days
Lonsdale Cotton 8 1-3C
Hope Cotton - 7 1-2C
A. C. A. Tick - 15C
Straw Tick - - - 9c
Berkley Cambric - 11c
Beginning Tuesday, January 14 Ending Tuesday, January 21
Our Annual White Goods and Domestic Sale is known to the people of Columbia and Boone County
as a rare money saving event. With stocks of clean, new merchandise that are complete in every re
spect, we are able in the next 10 days to give you unusual values.
AH Calico - 5c
Best American and
Amoskeag Apron Check
Gingham - - 7C
Lonsdale Cambric - 13c
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iiiis Xsi aaraa-i
(With Napkins to Match)
These comprise one of the most ele
gant assortments we have ever
s-0 Sets &SG
$10.00 Sets 7.93
$12.00 Sets ' '.$10.95
$13.30 Sets $10.93
S14.00 Sets $iijjo
$1G.30 Sets...... $13.93
PRINCESS LO.Mfn.OTIlsTo. 1.
An elegant quality In ten yard
pieces special for White Sale..9$c
rifixcEssToxtfciToTHs No. "i
Beautiful smooth soft quality, ten
yard pieces. Special for White
Sa,e at $15
$1.50 alues, 72-inch Satin Damask
or German $1.25
$1.23 values, 72-inch Satin Damask
or German $1.00
$1.00 values sjc
90c and S5c values in Satin Damask
or German 75c
73c values. All Linen C5c
COc values, All Linen 50c
30c alues, AH Linen J2c
This line comprises a most elegant
assortment from the biggest im
porters in America. Napkins to
match many patcrns on which a
substantial reduction will be made
during this sale.
French Batistes, Lawns Flaxons
India Linens, Nainsooks Bed need.
Pepperell 9-4 brown 20c
Pepperell 9-4 bleached 22Hc
Pepperell 10-4 brown, at 22 iic
Pepperell 10-4 bleached, at 25c
ALL COUNTERPANES BEDCCED.
All Counterpanes ranging in price
from $1.00 to $5.00 each
SHEETS AXD PILLOW CASES
COc Sheets, 63x90 45c
G3c Sheets, C3x90.. 57!c
70c Sheets, 72x90 6.1c
75c Sheets, 81x90 69c
SOc Sheets, 72x90 71c
85c Sheets, 81x90 7$c
All Pillow Slips Reduced.
$7.00 All Wool Blankets $5.75
$8.00 All Wool Blankets $6.75
$10.00 All Wool Blankets $7.95
$1.23 Comforts 9e
Home made Connorts, 72x 90
at $2.00 and $2.75
$1.23 Cotton Blankets 9$c
$1.30 Cotton Blankets $1.25
$2 Cotton Blankets, wool-nap. .$1.65
$2.25 Cotton Blankets $LS5
$2.30Cotton Blankets $1.95
$3.00 Cotton Blankets $2.43
$4.00 Cotton Blankets $.25
Attractive prices In Buck Towels
Damask Towels Turkish Towels)
3 new cases 1913 patterns having
Just arrived are Included in this
sale at loc and 12Hc
One Lot 25c quality Suitings and
Ginghams at -..' igc
10c bleached or unbleached.
12c bleached or unbleached.
15c bleached or unbleached...
ductIon on all Embroidered Hucr
We offer an immense variety of
Muslin Underwear from which to
make your choice. This section
will be arranged on the balcony
just above our main floor and con
tains a vast assortment of the best
and newest in Ladies, and Misses
.Muslin Underwear, Knee Skirts,
Petticoats, Chimese, Drawers,
Gowns, Drawer Combinations',
Skirt Combinations, Princess Slips.
Big C Brown -,
Good Quality m
L. L. Brown 8 1At
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