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B01. i0,,, B , . r " botl' of '
ffoodUndTillf. took r. at tli residence ,
vl the Her. T. W. Young. 1303 Rosemary
ltne. at 6:30 ocloel Saturday "evening.
Miai Exiroa Palmer, Miss XUrv Aus-
Dim, ia u KimMe, iranl, Lvnes
..a p r i-:i.i .. j.i .1 . i .. !
.. ,., .. ..o uuruucu inr i.nan
After tbe ctrnnony the biidal part
verr siren a dinner and a rrvVplion at
Jie borne of the bride at WooUandville.
Tte couple vill live on a farm near
Miu vic iL Hill crrited in Colum-
bu Uil morning, from San Dwgn CaL,
in Kxsnd ThjnLfiirirtniv -JL i. n. f
to Kxaia tuBksinK v.,-4, i,r n
Saturday of Oit week the will attend the
national meeu'ng of I'i Ijrabda Theti.
rje honor educational aoTorily. at Iowa
Cry, ai .secretary treasurer of that orgs,
Mrs. A. ftos. Hdl returned rsterdav
irom a Wiel nut in Kanut Cily '
fhe membera of the Kappa Sigma
fraternity entertained Saturda evening
with an informal dinner dance. The
ruesu were: Miw Jean Dnjht. Cbdya
PerJung, Bonnie Marshall, inidred
Walker, FJizabetb Attebem. valjr
Frank. Irtha Johnstone. Frances Dun -
woooy. kijw oirnemM. Lucy Udt,
Rcth iUgernan and" Helen Jusleben.
The members of the Missouri Stale
Oab of Christian College cTfeHalned
Samrday evening with a dinner party
la the dining room of the college. The
tihlea were placed :o forra.i large "M
tnd phres vere laid. 11110; dec.
cralions were in oldigolitaml-Iblaci.
Folds of crepe papti xueoded from xhe
eentral part vol' the letter to trie four
corners, black, and oldgo!d being en-
b(ketr of fiUr.tJcIsamhetflutaJ'w'ere
pbceJ on the ubles'atjjntervali. Mi
s.uri Tigers, paperwcaptc. wne useU as
(lace cards and as favors. They formed
line around the table standing in front
ol eaco plaee, IJie cojorr scheme wa,Ueul Jo!n rcCammon and W.
w... uk , ... . ,. viKuflm-insf Cahfomia
rrfresbments consisted of orange jce,
creaa with chocolate sauce and yellow Tfc'-. Valter Wil!ian.s will entertain
Bd black mints were Vxved witl the at dinner tonight members ot the cnioi
coffee. Miss Helen Howard, president rlM in the School of Journalism wh
of the dch, and President E. O. Lee led complete their work at tlie end of ihi
the une into the -inning room singing
Mi'sourj songs. CoDege yell wcro gfsen
t'iJ'WKll PJUa VvMiriC Hll nun (I'M) ni-..l(
Uttd college songs were sang during the, HEALTH SERVICE HAS GUOW.N
the member of th.- chih. , htalc GlvIn: A Xo fcd,y- , ,
' The rapid growth of the pubhe bealtl
J. R Bishon. grand potentate 'f be " "' of ,he Arti"n l!ec
,(. lxmis Shriners in-I .Mrs. T, Nelson Cross in Missouri s-icc" Jannarv 1, Ju-0
li PalUa, Tesar, win.' dinner irnests at b'showii by a chart which lia just b't'i
Oie Sigma fu house, Satuday-veBinsrpiepared at bohrstent llrin he"
t r quartets in St. Loins. Vie chart sliovn
4 Announcement have been received of thM wheirai. January 1. then- -were onl
tKe maniaite of Miss Thelsu Scott, i turrP j,uUic bea W nurses on duty i
tJaughler of Mrs.Manha Scott of Wtchilne iiate, the number rioV is twenly-sia
t, Kansas, to Hollis 0. MeNanl of Enid.' j, vini (ot placing more such nursei
OUa. Mr. Mcaa! was a former stuaeni
(a the University,
Dinner guests at the Acasia fraternity
-esterday were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tay
lor, Mr. J. A. Crockett of Stanberry,
Mo, Misses Margaret TayUr. Iargaret
Caldwell, Susie Crockett and Jaies Tay
lor. Mises Jean Bright, Catherine Ware,
Ethel Wakee!d, Louise Edward and
Ermlta Crsnt were dinner guests at the
Kappa Alpha house yesterday.
JUri. J. L. Meriam. 20 Edgewoo.1
avenue, entertained at 1 o'clock today
vctth a- buffet Jimeheon for Mrs. Wilbaia
Major of Ithaca, N. Y who is the guest
,.t tr Un. Prof. Horace F. Major. On
the living room table was a large bowl
of giant yellow chrysanthemum and
bitter sweet. The centerpiece ior iuc
dining rood table -was a silver bowl filled
with yellow pompoms, maidenhair
ferns extending from the bowl over the
table. Besides the guest of honor were:
Mrs. A. Ross H31. Mrs. W. HrWillis.
Miu Je Hill. ilrs. Marshall Cordon,
Miss Frances Denny, Mrs. J.-C Jones,
.Mrs. F. P. Spalding. Mrs. Walter Miller,
Miss Pearle Mitchell Mrs. C R. Moul
ton. Mrs. Isidor Loeb. Mrs. John 5.
Anke-ey, Mrs. H. I. Bragg, Mrs. Frank
L. Martin. Mrs. James Cordon, Sirs.
V. C Curtis Mrs. W. A. MilUr, Mrs.
J. McCaustland. Mr. W. C. Manly.
We Are Heady, -,
r " !
To do our part andfioje, VH
making the 1920 Ilomecbm-1
wi bcUer than ever j
You and that Old Grad uho j
first xnstalkdjn you a dote
for the Missouri Traditions'
will enjoy comparing Hie ods
and ihe nctc in The Bodth of ,
And You uill find in the llar-
ris' candy department just the
box of randy that will please'
" FredmtW Dunbj.. Mr.. J. D
mdI' Mn-A- H- " fairelilld. Mn. John
A. Stert, Mrs. J. S. Uranium and Mrs.
I, W. Hudson.
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The Acacia fratrrnitv. announce tthe
Puging of Ucorge fs. litcoinh of Trtn-
mn enri n,..i. vr i .11.. v. . -.
i -"- -..wr. n. Muti, ji, ui ioj.
, 'AraonS ,,le Sunday nibt ibnne r gueL
i ?! ,llc l)anI1 '!oone Taiern vere: MIu
ss'5'rme Lamon, T A. Anderton, Mm
rara 'tvion, j. 3. houuk, ilia Caroline
uouint, l. U, jiollina, Jr., Jliea I-nuie
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'e'"tt, Jamea S. Moo, Jr, Mi Maude
"'" William Aulepp, itiss Nance
Moore. William Tweedie. Miu Marv
Moore. William Tweedie, Misa Marv
Frances Dawnon, Robert E. Newberry,
Mis.4 Ella Wyatt, Cartain M. S. Creuierc
Ml Marjorie Hein, Vdliani E. HanL.
Mui Hal Kirk, Mn. JL A. Scott. Mias
Kimball Hamilton, O. C 0"Kell, Mr.
and Mi. Itohrrt M. IVwcy rml Mm
Jane IWc. Mr. a-id XI I- I 'tt'hv
balk of Dei
Qtnttti I lw I inihn Mica ! mtl
( Ames Ccjrr 1'. 1- n i!. I Hel
, Mitel ell. C C Ii-hr.r. Mi Helen
Jordon, Leslie. VT. akher. Ml- Anne
( Maher, Murria Harriv MUs CUdJS Houx
' John McCutcheon, Jr, Mirf Lueille
Afhworth. WiUiaa Coleman. Mi Mar
ria Cuvette. John Dalton, ills Lnuis
A'Utoc, I. Wetzel. MI Jenny Ilrown
Henry D. Crowe, Mis Margaret Harris
Hardin M. Crowe, Miss Floy Khoades
Daud MorehuuK. Mis Vesta Kboade
William Uaig, rank M. -ver. u
rente Schliecher,, Ioeph Gluckmau, Mr
end Mrs. Michael Fogertyt W. M
Wood. Ceorgei Vvtcder, Virgil'IUthbun
a. Fativ J. E. Thomas, J. Mi7ames. F
U McCord, Jr.; MI era Fluesemeier
Ml Certrude Marten. Mi FTorcnci
McLagan, Miss Camille Jacobs Mis
Polly Flink and -Mi" Mildred CluU;
William C O Smith. Hubert L. Houcu
In, Allan T. Hiller, French L. Dickev
and Lewi E. Bingham; A. B. Col;. Jr
of Cahfornia, Mo Misses OliVarlej
Bertram, Certrude Pershing, Kathryr
Cole and Vinnie Waller. Jaroe l'helan
jn j, s,Jt(. i4 j,Mn as they can Le on
The nurses will conduct examination!
among school cluldren and will work
to correct physical defects among ihem
They will also visit "home In the various
commumuei, and" will Instruct wises ani
mothers in Leal I h matters. The) will do
bedside nursing wben the occasion de
mand. The work among the schoo
children i looked upon as being ot
pnme importance since, in rural com
t-unities of the state, from JO to 73 pe
cent of the -children are undemounJBed
or are suffering from miiior physical ail
rocnts which retard them in school, ant.
may retard them even more seriouly ii
the years to rome.
Drawing and Tabular" Forms on.
Specialty. Let us bid on your work.
Prompt, Accurate Service
EDWARDS BROS. Ann Arbor, Mich
In Your Old
Don't throw- them away.
Hebcrling has tlie skill and
machinery to make them
'nearly a gootl as new. It's
real economy too.
Shoe Repair System
' EaM Sitle of 9th.
V v"- s.
Writer Says the College Man
Is Indifferent, Vain and Slangy?
Just vliai ft r.f pnua is tire ntt
tolleje nun? I Ik- ouselled. ss.nll.nen.
. ul. unreasonable r a mistuidcj indi.
ndual amblini alonz after unmethina-
about vihieh Ik lias no very definite idea?
In a critical examination vnttro for
the Saturday kventag Post, i Davrn-
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(ii, uiuin uh iii a uu ira m
going to college. Mr. Daienport profea-
,0 'uve Uv! J''4" i"Pnence
with college men, tvfenty five of which vi
pent In a college and ti)cntj fivr out-
ide in tlie emplojment of college men.
i It t tne untiortaiy atmuapnere cl a
rollege tliat makes most of in ttudents
. B- w . . -.
nsuccewful when they enter life," a)i
Mr. Davenporu "Instead of entering the
hard, cold world hLc hia friend, the hich
hard, cold world like hia friend, the high
ehol graduate, and Killing doun to
.Barry, lie enters Ihe artificial environ
aienl of a college
He goes on Ining with thow of lus -L'nrcbabilityr In general the student
jwn age. and instead or thinking men'- H nareUahlc a a child. Kesponubil.
bought about world affairs during Iil,y run, ff him like water off the back
jion formatnn year, he becomes en irr.l... I IT. ,.,,. h. .l-rwcl .mA
3., Mr. Cu.ielpxel in studeii aeiiviiies, wtuch liave
about as much connection with the real
orld a a watt on the end of the nosel,!,,. nlm(Mt angfroid and say nothing
us with vision; it may obscure but iti,LoUt ,t to aiiyhody,
couxcr. iirfs ratXT
The wnter lists a numbsr of the inn.)
bring faults of the averaje college man.
fhey are a follow.:
"Indifference:. Thcrollme. tudcnti
naracienzcai ny a une aiui liny luuiuri
Tnce to everytlung outside hw own ivr-
nal affairs and the. actUijie of his own
haracterized by a fine and lofty icdiffer
"This i why !: say? u nol the thing
o attend public lectures-unU re-pnr-
d or a imlit is attarhrJ do mi I Or bow
jolcd li lertiircr, and the upiwr 4la
f freUimeu wl. slww a .l.p..li... to if-
vre this tradnion.
"Vamtv: The Uece tdenl in gen
:ral, with many exceptions of couie
ffects px:uliarilies of dress and manner
, ., . . 1
is pnmitise, for the iu.tinct lie-
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Ihe petiod of aviolerrce, not
, . ,, , , , ,
od. It would lie humiliating
pngs to the
or him to be told bat. in, ihi parttudar
'-opect he closely resembles the'Ielcan
aborer whom we oppiobnou-Iy term
the greaser, evecpt that the latter to
ather more successful in the t ffects,
ike tl Mexican ami feathered Indian,
hi youngster want to be seen and
.eard, whereas tlie sacecsiful man of the
vorl 1 mow about inconspicuously and
oil never recognize him by any outward
nd .lis iiiasi.hing mark. 1 he real
volld 1 tu.i Ini.y 1 p and too well
ire.1 to attract attention.
" rxntsu Tcntsj f
"Fgoism The aseras J.Jlegr student
rho has not earned a?!ea! a part rf hi
kn .t i .till s lit ehilifluwut the
eitet.of lu4 whL If ml ejwrSiiesJ.
ic u at lea't an egoist, fusing "ne.er
raveled, esen mentallv .-
"ArKament. This conglomerate sure of
luelaboralnl mfoii.ulitu in an attue
jut inexperienced mtnd 1 bound to break
mt somewhere, and the average college
tudent I a fill of-argument a an egg
s of meat. Figuratively, he will argue
rith a signboard the ditance and direc
ion l tlie next toun Ordinarily he
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YTe lilojp 12 o'clock noon Thanksgiving
day anil open immc(utcl) after the game.
On order to enable Us to get deli. cries out
promptly and avoid congestion of traffic we
ak that our patrons place their orders Tues
day and Wcdnesdaj to Icaxc oil a f a. m.
Tolly of the.Storm Country'
"Tcss of the Storm Country" made -Marj Pickford fam
ous and "Polly of the Storm Country" will add great
Ij to the fame of Mildred Harris. Also
"EDGAR'S SLNDAY COURTSHIP"
WEDioSY1 .N'D THURSDAY
Dorothy Gish in
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MI550U1UAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
J.x not luow ihe difference Irthfcjij
an arpUDienl anil a dirfusioii, nur JocjU .
he-lnow liow to exhaust tlie facts of a I "
situation. Jlr sees things intensely; bit
information has not been ran Into thej
trne perspective by the lens of experience,
and instead of weighing facts a evidence,
l. .r . r .-.i ....i. ..
uc -iic ujiuii a i auu piwnn iu er in iiusouri during the coming ear
larguft. ' in conneetion ItU the pEcial testing of
"Slang The average itiulcm lie rn, dairy cattle for butler fit production
tlang. Ilia remarks are not merely . -ecordt i) being conducted by the denart.
punctuated by it; tbev largely coruia offment id" dairy lnubandry of the l'nier.
iiL If one attempt tu hold dicourte I sity 0f j190m.i
wih lum en tcrious mattera lie it naiung.
. inaccurate, childlike If the converea.
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tha become free and eay he limbrr
nn, and .e will get uch illuminating
I resnonw i.a fVt vour life. OIi. bo.f
response! li Bet your life," OIi, bov.'l
Try anything nnre. or similar ernana.
in from an illuminaluig but unre-
, ,pv.jr n ,;,,., and i the 1t ma-
1 ,1)ntv r , v.,n !, . :0i, u!th
"t wail in tiu mixture of clulJ ami
' """ ''" '"'"'B of something beitrr.
N" the--college stedrnl arc splendid
fellow. They are the pick of our young
people, but their distinguishing IratM
i--i - ..--. ""-'- -- -
"' charaekristics of ehiluho.Nl and
adolescence, not inanIxL Take it all
ImalL nc i. a fjiiecr combination of chilJ
i -i-i. ..i. .1 i r
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a -" 'U' '"" ) - '
, mot men -more or le jnmbled. to be
urr. but prtfty pl sjuff afl.r ail-but
with the outlook of a child from Ihactn.
'" "f lhe T',1,1 l""' '"' "
"'"''" "" 7 frT,'"s "f 'Pn"W"J-
. "'" ""' "" """" " y ""
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tti!n 11m. a frank ano nntsnoken am.
things "One a frank and outspoken am'.
Hide, such as this paper lia attempted,
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the other, and the ni-l effective, a Jidl
, . , ... r ,
year of employment bctren high scIhuI
, V . ,l. t t . .. 1
and collecre or between the frehinan and
tiphomore. years. Thu with a bit of
wo'hfl) evpflricne the infant could be
xi'ine an asset In any man's ieiety."
TO HOLD FOUR ItnttEARSALS
University Dramatic Club Preparing i
fur "Plot and Playwrights."
Tour rehearsals will he hM litis week
In the limrT.ilv Dramatic Utili lmh
is preparing "Pints and Playwrights-"
f..r priMliietimi in ihe 1 uivi.tty Audi
toriuin. .' edne4ay evenhig December
a l.inbs . selling 'aj Till the prologue 1
-ml rcMauranf iwelie will lie reiiearsot;
at S o'lbvck. Strtr 1 at SJd. tlie mel.v.
?hil to-dayiind fstav rrhearsaft
V he m l!- Vudiivriuid t!- oihers in
Jwm 310. teailenuc IUI.4
lucsdav ard fn.tiv niht tlie nhole
pb) will be gone enr Part 2 will be i
rehearsed Wednesday at t p. in. A
Saturday rehearsal kill also be called,
Mr E. R Clark, who took part in the
Dramalk trf Club iwrformsnce Weil I
resday night, it coaching the stiutent-
in "Plots and Playwrights."
U. Officials in Cliarge of
Conlest for. Butter Fat
a dairv cow camnetltinn ... i ,j
. . - . "i11"" BIW"IB sn-ra-
The conlt opened Ottobex 1 1920.
' Entiiea may lie made on cow un io
rft(ll UU1 1
March 31, 1921.
Uecord of production
can begin at any time during theae aix
mAnili ami ,m (nr its. j.fc. ti
month and run for 365 day. There arc
Tlrecders wio luvc never done oiacial
. .! I . . ....
iraung now nave an opportunity to put
record of production on the best cows
in their herd and at the umc time to en
ter a statewide competition for snvtan
tial prize. Any purebred cow owned by a
resident of MHvmri may be entered. All
priie arc to bei awarded on a basis of
the production of butter fat during a pe
riod of 365 eonseeutlve days as determ
ined by an omfial test for two days each
month, conducted by an official tester rep-
1 lewiu;ne ,,,. .Missouri Agricultural Ex-
riment Station. The maximum amount
G. pr!zr anntr (llij JO any om, U(tin
ia m emlyt. 0( montM, and sDecial
pibeil. Cash prires ranging from SJW to
1 prizes, ijsu pnres ranging lrom SJJO to
1 2S are offered, and various dairy appar
a1M j, aIs0 og
Tlie report of Uio competnion show,
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t,u, ,,,CTe " r- breeder test,
Ing 276 co.dunng Seplember. ft is ex-
,, ,liat ,he v, abou,
, fi,e bttticn con.Iuctmj tes by January
u One year ago in September, there
were 1S9 cou. teste.1 in twentyne herds
. in the state. '
Jn the Octoher report cUincation was
1 mauc accoruing to counties. Jackson
n . j. . .1 .t i.
v-ouniy sianos aLjnp lop wiui eigniy-one
cows under lest. Lawrence, Jasper and
Boone counties base
the next largest
number, with 37, 21 and 30 cows respec.
tiiely. The winners of the- October pru-
f es will appear in tlie next monthly sum
mary and mommy thereafter. This will
he the first monthly report since breeders
Tor that Thanksgiving Dinner the moil sciifihlc
of all desserts is Ice Cream. It is .vholtsomr. pure,
and lliemo.t economcal and easiett to serve.
Wc ..ill he able to supply jon with all flavors
and uill make special orders for those ho desire
them. Phone and place )our order with us today.
' Central Dairy
DOT SAPPINGT0N, Proprietor.
Phone 829 6 N. Eighth St.
Mm m s
Place Ydur Order Now
Flowers for the table,
receptions, dances and
decorations of any kind
I are Riven thirty dajs after tie close of
the raouUiljr content to report the Bilk
"A tense is not always a mieasu.
OWNER DESIGNS HOME STYLE..!. u... .- ,l, .. u is teflr.
Our Po,er..h. 1T . xi.v. n
nsk tA n.n? 5 " "
"There are three things that determine
style in architecture," H. S. Bdl of the
art department of the University said.
"First, tlie descent of the people who are
going to live In. tha house; second, the
climatic conditions, and third, the build,
ing materials available.
"The good clay la this part of the
country is responsible for the great num
ber of brick houses." he explained. "In
1820 tha people made their own brick.
and the older houses in Colcmhia were!
made from bricks buret at the site ot
the building. The one-story brick house
Is peculiar to this section. The owner
came lrom tne um and was cither a
master builder himself or hired one to
come wsth him. The master builder
sometimes was a slave, and would loach
Ihe other slaves how to make bricks;
the slaves then would make all of the
bricks for tlie house.
"In the New England stales most of
the houses were made from white wrath
erboardmg as there wa no bnck avail
able. But In New York the Dutch
brought brick with them from Holland.
Friar to 1700 all the bricks used in this
country were brought from Europe.
Shutters on windows are a sign of a
well bred peopln. Shutters have been
left off out here because they are hard
to budd but east ot the Mississippi
River most of the bouses are built with
shutter. They were originally used for
two purposes: for defence and for keep
ing out the cold in the same way that
storm windows do.
"In the summer the shatters let the
minimum amount of light into the room
and the maximum amount of air. Bo
fore screens came into use the shatters.
cooled the room by keeping out the son
and letting in the air.
''Now shutters are. used for omimenta-.
lion. They add a quaint feeling and a
bit of color to the building. The Coun
' try Club hou.e "which is being built in
Columbia is going to have them. The
Country Club will also use square bo
columns which are strictly a southern in-1
novation and are not used in the North.
There arc some cheap ready nude col-
j m m Jiau-u iliui'i irs
nnms which are usually smaller t tij
top. These give a tabs ptttpqtirt s,i
ate not used fa sjooi eaavjaisB. t
Um upen the Intellect of tie. ovrnr. The
.atchltec. con only draw it-.pu". -
he owner most have several lhbu Ms-
own way. The owner often aa son"
historical reproduction inch as Colonia.1
cr English or Italian without coa-sUef)
Ing the adaptability of tte J-catlon."
Real Estate Tcuxsfers
The following real tut traasfeas wvre
led In the terardet's cJfea Saturday:
J. E. Wilson and wife sold lowtW "
8 of block 41 at Central! to KW.
Owing for HOOO. J. H. WW atw
wife sold lot 5 of Hart's- aislWooto
Fntt W. Aciaann lot
Proctor Completes Cosaty Trlff.
M. C Proctor, county ollsewr. b
returned from bis tax coUectlaf war, of
the county. He has been wr ttoe
October ZZ. Ho is now tolbxtlsif the
Colombia merchant taxes.
"FOR tha student eg itsssj,
J-tho superb VETO out
rival all for roribot IsesjcA
21S Fifth Avenue
NEW YORK Dept. P 13
f n . - R'
Retail Merchants! I
will ho elected
hy the board of directors
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
Salary to start, 125
Forward application id
A. W. SAPP
Care Sapp Bros. Shoe Co.
S. K. G
v . tU-j
Phott J-WMte "
That Waste Material
ha9 Mpney in it
We pay Highest Prices
Chicago Iron and
Metal Company J
Private TjearwistJ..A-liii' .. ?r
MRS.- -JAME&N' -?:
Need to ""'
About wlut you're j.
ing to da for boardiaif
' those extra Homecom
ing guests. IfyoutWM
believe there 11 be room
for them at your baud
ing house and you would
hate to have them stand
in line at some down
town restaurant as they
.v would no doubt have to
t That the "car.will be
ready to handle your
situation for you in a '
way that canaot h-
' please both you audi
your guests. No wait-!
ing, no skimpy portioas
. or second tables, insure
your guests entertain
ment now by planning JB
to ormg iriem to
On the University Cam
Suits tailored as decreed
by the latest f ashioas are to
be obtained from us.
. Accuratenessaad exact-
jess jn measure and ttt W?
tnalte'qrir tailored suits, of
highest quality. ' '
nI our prices are as
low as is consistent viWex
Sl Louis aaJ Kassxa.G?. -
-Win We. Ptos Wk .
Phone 392 WHLCi
Klass Cohi; Co.
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1199 v-. s
Millard & Sisson
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