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WEDN.SBA'Y', gECLMBEli-IS. 1920
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ABE AD FOR FLAPPER
' Prayer, fcy Brent; "Youth IUdiai-," by
iMary .Carolyn DaTlej; '"What Every
' S!nr Should Know." by Millie Rvan:
t YZ) IIZARD MOURNERS "" St01 of -"JV r Baidn; "A
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(Colombia dflrTno- ill- fTpiaaraTlv final T.
Jaunraatlona, .Urtlnj Friday. Pretty flap-
TlCrS. Wlm F19t rr.a.r. l..Mn... rtrla. fa.
"ueall-clurinjr. the school term, axe pan-
iCn 1VW na tl.r ,.v ...... nnh
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e knowledge into their had to ret a pass-
NnAft t.V .1 . .1 !
iM .. va.. u auuiurr scawn oi uiwm
Q 1 lion-lite, on sorority divans or bil
E'j 1'ardjtables all fall, arc forgetting to br
wiver now aj tfcty rash through We
; halla of their fraternity or rooming hous
es, trying to borrow books for this or
, Inat course.
' For the first time this year, tlie Quad
rangle Orchestra will have an idle erl.-
end. There are no dances scheduled for
-Friday night, and Ben Gabber!, whose
jobiaa manager of the Quadrangle hat .
' made his -week-ends miserable all year ,
.anticipating one restful, studious Fri
day night. Emil Nation, the first nun
to' use the sauphone at Uniirrsity dan- j
ees, has left town because of the scarcity I
of ilaDcet, and the remainder of tje or
cfacstn will be "pulling out" as soon a" 1
their schedule permit. 1
The Ilniveraltv natemlitv ?nrf lit the I
Daniel Uoone Tavern Saturday nigli
promise to be an oasis in the desert.
SEW BOOKS IN CITY LIBRARY
; Bird; "The Good Soldier," by Dawson;
1 "Three Men on Wheels," by Jerome;
"From Father to Son," by Mary S.
' nitts; "Dandelions" by Coulson T.
, Cade; "Boone Stop." by Homer Croy;
"The ioung Diana.' b .Marie Corelli;
1 'little Shephard of Kingdom Come," by I
lohn Fox Jr.; The Girl of The Limbcr
Ict," by Gene Straton Porter; The
flaunted Bookshop," by Christopher
Verier; Colonel Carter's Christmas," by
F. llopkinson Smith; The History of
Thrift Movement in America." by S. W.
Mrans; "Oiilialion and Health," Woods
'Tutclu"nsi.n; "Money, What It Is and
'low to Use It" by William R. Hayward;
fourteen olumes of Children's Traiel
The new books which the Library lias
bought are: "Abraham Lincoln, Man
snd Boy, by James Morgan; "LyncI
-awyers, by ratterson White
by Henri Barbusse; "A Son of the Mid
lie Border." by Hamiin Garland; "The
5iul of the Russian Revolution." by
Voisa)c J. Olgin; The Man of the For.
t," by Zane Gre;: "The Valley of Si-'-nt
Men," by James Oliver Cumood;
'Our Economic and Other Problems," by
Itto IL Kalin; ".Mexico in Revolution."
,y Blasco lbanra; The War. The World,
:nd Wilson," by George Creel; Tanan,
The Untamed," by Edgar .Sice Bar-
roughs; "What's the World Coming To,'
by Rupert Hughes; "Maxjr Marie," by
Eleanor H. Porter; o Defense," by
Gilbert Parker: The Prairie Mother,"
by Arthur Stringer;- The- Rescue," by
Joseph Conrad; "Life, by -John Bojer;
"Sherry," by Ceorge Barr McCntcheon;
l"A Woman Named Smith," by M. C
Oemler; Tlie Killer," by Stewart Ed
ward White; Theodore HoosCTelt, 100
per cent American," by W R. Thajer.
CHARITY FUNJ) IS SUPPORTED
Only a Few Committees Hid Re
ported at Noon $800 Raised.
At noon today only $800 of Columbia's
budget of $3,500 for local charity has
been turned in by the various commit-1
tees soliciting for the fund. Only a few
of the committees that are workiig the
residence districts have reported, and
none of those soliciting in the business
district has made any report.
F. B. Rollins, who is directing the cam
paign, said this morning:. Those who
light." jhave' been soliciting are meeting with
splendid response from Columbia citi
The Miliciting committees announced
for the downtown district are:
Courthouse and Gty Hall J. E. Boggs
and II. A. Collier.
Fourth and fifth floors of Guitar Build
ing Ruby Hulen.
Second snd third floors of Guitar
Building Dr. C M. Sneed. .
I Cxchange. Bank Buildiag. above, street
I floor Virgil Bfakcmcre.and Dr. C. W.
I Diffffei. .
Seventh street, north if Broadway;
Walnnt' street, east to Tenth. street; all
business-houses north of: Walnut street
Guy McQuitty and Dr. J. B, Cole. "
Eighth street, north of Broadway to
Walnut street; north side of, Broadway
between Bghthnd Ninth streets, will;
the exception of the Guitar and Exchange
Buildings T.- K Catron and N. I).
Ninth street, north: of- Uroadkav to
Walnut street; north side of -Broadway
betneen Ninth aud Tenth streets; north
side of Tenth street, from Broadway 'ami
Walnut tdward'. C. Levy and Kirk
Haves. -" '
Broadway, east of Tenth street t Tenth
street, south of Broadway (-CherryVrom
Ninth to Tenth streets John N. "Belcher
and Ray Wright.
Ninth street, south of Broadwayto end
of business section C It. Ceery and
Willis J. Palmer.
South side of Broadway, between
Eighth and Tenth streets John Novell
and C'a Miller.
- Both sides of Broadway, went of Eighth
streei Thomas McHarg and W. E.
' Stccnt Fiction and New Volumes ( (i
; . .'laced on Kcntal Shell.
t The recent fiction which was given toj
', the Columbia Public Library as well as ,
, the newer books which will be bough: I
are to be placed on the rental shelf. I
Among the better-known books which j
were 1 presented to the library viere:,
i "Hunting Tales of the West" in four to! j
, vmes, by Theodore Roosevelt; "Oh j
.Cheater Tales," by Margaret Deland 1
j "American Leader," and "Creat-Ilcsrtet
iCVmirt" Kv t. A. fnmlir! Teachin.
! Hygiene in the Grades," by J. Mace An 1 ,'j
I drews; "A Message ot the Middle Uass.
by' Seymour Deming; The little Girl
(Who Couldn't Get Over It," by Alfred
: Scott Barry; "Animal Husbandry," by
Tormer and Lawrv: "Hannr House." b.
IJaae D. Abbot; Those Who Walk in!.'
.-Darkness," by Perley Poore Shechan;
'"When Johnny Comes Marching Home.' ,
by 'Mildred .Udrich; "You Who Car.
Help Us," by Mary Smith Churchill;
The Heart of the War," by Julian K
Smyth; "Fellowship in Thought ant)
... THE PRICE!
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; We are gratified at the many expres ,
M.itioos.of appreciation far our efforts tc
, -Ttduee the high cost of living. Whei
- ; pco'pIe'apprKiite oar cSorts, as so man
hare in this case, we are encouraged ti j
r ( continue the lowest possible prices con j
sjstent the highest quality of pro
Rib and loin pork chops, lb. 20c
v Shoulder pork steaks and roasts, lb.
Fresh side meat, lb. 15
Pure pork sausage, lh 20
This meat is from the choicest Boone
County bogs. The farmers and shipper
know this quality. Ask the man whi
r "Where qualUj end sanitation reign
'' .in Vanity
;-'" ' Bags
Derbic? are favorites for .Fall arje.
Winter;' " ' "
Derbies with small .and ;narro-nbriros; .
more clean cut snappier than ever'
. -- rt-irtl l,': .III ;j.- (fjjT
You're: sure-to want onejfqrr.thQirnore '
A wonderful assortment Jiere-includ- '
ing the, newcst.Stetson Derby at 88.30. .
Selling vour magazines and papers.
Phone 392 Will Call
Klas's Com. Co.
GEORGE ASHLOCK AT UNIVERSITY
George Ashlock, formerly of the Recre
ation Barber Shop, is now at the Uni
versity. Tlii. adds another efficient bar
ber lo our li-t.
We are always ready to serve you in
the same efficient manner. We strive t
STAY-AT-HOMES TO ORGANIZE
Tvmpcrarr CUb Will Bioi- Stu
dents Hue ChrUtsuu.
The Y. M. C'A. is sponsoring a man
mint to organize a "Stay-at-Home" club,
a temporary crginiution to be composed
of all University students, both men and
women, who remain in Columbia during
the Christmas holidays.
Several entertainments are planned,
among them a Christmas luncheon, to lie
held in the Y. M. C A. Building.
FOR RENT Attractive home well
ful-nished for rent during winter term
of University (December 29 to April
A). Low rent to responsible party who
ill take good care of property.' Coal
provided. 212 Hicks Avenue (West
nount). Phone at once IITI-Red. J. H.
, Christmas Gifts
Each separate iead of these bags is sewed on
apart from the others. One bead may break off
and not affect the bag.
We are .showing a full assortment of designs
and color arrangements. .,
II ..Mil sat
w A'ti IB uf II
ifl:' ' -,' 813 Broadway '
ft m UDualainSVea,
H Make your Xrsas $'l
4? asaf U botl1 u,,fc' il II
llaiV Assl!r.clwrli ,2ril:
k M why.tiiT..cv.Ua; iy In
The CO-OP i
Get Your Lineiffor
Qiristmas is only two weeks awav.
You will want your linen to appear in ':.. 1
its very best condition durins; the holi- . " .
day week. Dirty linen will spoil an ' "
othenvise sumptuous feast. ' " ""
We are trying to anticixtate the rusE
of Qiristmas linen. We believe we
. can give you much quicker and better
service if you will let a Blue Fleet 4
driver call for your laundry now. The
number is 116. ,
Before you forget, gather up your;
bundle, call 116 and "
Get the Christmas linen
problem off your mind. .
Dorn-Cloney Laundry and
Dry Cleaning Company
. "Whre Satisfaction litJit"'- '
I WashsorcF . ,aj$
The Jpleasue of giving increases with the thoughtfuliiess
your gift conveys. A useless bauble, selected at random, says
very clearly: "Well, another job's done." But what happi"
ness is yours when you are really thoughtful! -"-vV
On, your Qiristmas list there s at "least one, perhaps sev
eral," who will- thank; you many times for ,yoiir thoughtfulness
in choosing shoes as your remembrance. ' '".'
Women i and Girls
j. 1 . ..-,
Spats , . .
Army Shoes ."; ,
High Cut Shoes
Felt Slippers ;
Leather House Slippers
Leggins '. '
Spats ' ' i..
Our polite salesmen are at your service to suggest and to -aidybu
in choosing. And each article will be found at a big
rangcof prices pay as little ortas muchas you wish. -
SEE OUR WINDOW :'
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