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THE DAILY MISSOCKIAN, WKDXE8 PAY KVEJfEfe, XOYEMBBK at, 191.
5 TO MATHEMATICAL MEETING
Professors Hedrick, Kellogg and West
faU Will Represent M. U.
Professors E. B, Hedrick, O. D. Kel
logg and W. I). A- Westfall will rep
resent the University at the meeting
of the Southwestern Section of the
American Mathematical Society,
which will be held at Lawrence, Kan-,
Friday and Saturday. The program
consists of papers by professors from
seven universities and several smaller
schools: Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebras
ka, Washington, Colorado, Washburn,
William Jewell, Baker, K. S. A. C,
Texas and Rice.
TUESDAY CLUB 8EEK8 MEMBERS
Campaign Is Begun Kansas CItlan
Tells of Mer Work.
The Tuesday Club yesterday laid
-plans for a membership campaign to
be conducted from now until the first
of the new year. Each member has
pledged herself to obtain at least one
new member. Three new members
were enrolled yesterday. They are
Mrs. W. H. Braselton, Mrs. Henry
Reinhart and Miss Meinz.
Osteopath May Cone Here.
Dr. H. B. Syler, osteopath, formerly
of Klrksville, Is in Columbia contem
plating opening an office here.
"POLLY AXD HEE PALS"
Will soon wear "Shell-tex" Spec
tacles, very much the same as "PA'S."'
If they consult Dr. Blakemore, they
are sure to get the best. He uses no
dangerous "Drugs, or Drops." No
Medical fee. "Investigate." 302 Ex
Bank. Bldg. B. 74-77.
Many will remember Jackie Saun
ders who featured in the Pathe Colors
"The Adventures of a Madcap," "The
Shrine of Happiness," npw coming
Thursday in the "Grip of Evil" at the
Broadway Odeon. O. 77-78.
The Grip of Evil opened to 5,600
people In spite of a downpour of ratal
In Denver, Colo. v. ti-is.
"The Grip of Evil" is better than
the "Iron Claw," see the First Epi
sode Thursday at the Broadway
Odeon. 0. 77-78.
If Mutt and Jeffff"
Lived in Columbia, and wanted the
best Optical service, they would say
Dr. Blakemore is the best every time.
Because that is what others say. 302
Exchange Bank Building. B. 74-77.
The nation's leaders, political re
ligious, financial and etc., all with one
accord, pronounce "The Grip of Evil"
written by Louis Tracy, world famous
novelist, the greatest serial ever pro
duced. 0. 77-78.
ALL WOOL SCOTCH PLAIDS,
VARIETY COLORS AND
Don't delay. Make your selection
before our assortment is broken.
Sih and Cherry Phone No. 2
at THe Palms
ROAST TURKEY AND DRESSING
Choice of Pie
Take you meals here this week end.
We are informed that at some cafes, restaurants
and gardens beer and strong drinks have been
sold under the guise of the popular soft drink,
These reports have been confirmed sufficiently to
compel us to take action.
The. beverage BEVO enjoys the protection of both
federal and state authority. In preparing it for
sale and in marketing it, we adopt every possible
precaution to protect the public against imposi
tion and to prevent evasion of the law. BEVO is
sold in, bottles only, we bottle all of it ourselves,
and we have adopted a kind of bottle, crown and
seals designed to prevent imitation.
We shall omit no measure within our power to
defend the authority under which BEVO is
manufactured and sold, to protect the public from
imposition, and to safeguard the good name of this
We therefore give fair warning that we shall
refuse to sell our products to those who are found
guilty of the above offense.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION
"The Best of Everything'9
Quality Oysters, we do not
hesitate stating that we are
handling the best grade of oys-
ters that are sold in Columbia,
direct from our shucker in Balt
imore. Extra Selected Counts, pint30c
Extra Standard, pint 25c
LIbby's Mince Meat, made
from selected fruits, meats, eta,
on a quality basis, pound17
Heinz Dill Pickles, Young
Crisp Cucumbers, flavored with
D1H Plant, 3 and j
Imported Swiss Cheese-fl,
est product the foreign marketi
afford. pound jg: '
Imported Roquefort H pound'
Cammembert Cheese, package i
Watch papers for the real
cheese sensation of the year.
We carry a full line nf m-u '
grade Oleomargerlne, for cook;1
rag ana tame purposes.
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Genuine Thanksgiving Turk&t
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Rockaway Oysters Half Shell
Soup Consomme Royal
Lrisp Celery - Green Ohvesl
, Roast Missouri Turkey
Dago Dressing . -y! . - , - Cranberry Sauce
Candy Sweet Potatoes - Creamed Asparagus on TcW
not Tea Biscuits
, ., "x White Eagle Creamery Buttert
Nonesuch Mince Meat Pi - Cherry" Pie- - Apple Pie
Pumpkin Pie - English Plumb Pudding
Uoffee - Tea - Milk - Butter Mil:
December Victor Records
RED SEAL RECORDS
"AH Through the Night': (Old -Welsh Air) sung by Geraldlne Farrar-
'The Mother's Prayer' An Old Ballad of the 'GO's) sung by Alma
uiuck iz-incn, .50. i
"Andante Cantabile" (From String Quartet Op. 11) played by Frlti
nreisier iz-incn, ?1.50.
"The Sunshine of Your Smile" .(With Violin Obligato) sung by John
McCormack 10-inch, 1.00.
"Waiu Lulllull" (Hawaiian Melody) 10-inch, 75c
"Kai Mala o ka Maoli" '(Hawaiian) 10-inch, 75c.
"Killarney" (Violin). .
"Kathleen Mavourneen" played by Michel Ousikoff 10-lnch. 75c.
Ideal Christmas Gifts
Toilet Goods and Manicure Sets
in leather rolls.
Ideal Christmas Gifts
$3.50 to $65.00
Set with semi-precious Stones and Diamonds
"Pretty Baby" (Medley Fox Trot) ' .t
"There's a Little Bit of Bad In-Every Good Little Girl" (Medley Tot
Trot) 12-Inch, 11.25. " t
"Nigger Blues" (Fox Trot)
tfoe TuraeVB-ues'' W TroU-lO-inc1!?, 75c.
t.- POPULAR SOSGS AKD MUSICAL COMEDY HITS
"Mulberry Moon" (C. M. Deniscm and F. Wallace Reeal aunr bv Albert
Campbell and Henry Burr. Jl
On the Arm of the Old Arm Chair" (Bobby Heath and Arthur Lanw)
sung by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr 10-inch, 75c.
"The Melody of My Dream (Composed by "Unknown") sung by Mortoa
"I'm Going Over the Hills to Virginia" (Clyde Hager and Walter Goo
win) sung by Morton Harvey 10-lnch, 75c.
"Hello, My Sweetheart ( Love You) (Bobby Heath and Billy Jam)
sung by Irving Kaufman.
"He May Be Old But He's Got Young Ideas" Wohnson and Gerber Jea-
tes) sung by Billy Murray 10-Inch, 75cJ.
"I'll Make You..Want Me" (Long and Pelham) sung by Lillian Da,
and Geoffrey O'Harra 10-inch, 75c.
"T'i?Ia toiS Alabam'" (Come Back. They're Calling You) (WIS
Dillon and Harry Tobias) sung by Peerless Quartet.
"O'Brien Is Tryln'.to Learn to Talk Hawaiian" (Al. Dubin and HeM
Cormack) (Ukulele and Guitar by Louise and Ferera) sun
JOHN N. TAYLOR MUSIC HOUSE
Vf W Bujiding Ninth and CUtq
Ueqh Christmas Gifts
ef Emgs an$ Tie Pins
St 3 Broadway