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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1920
SOCIETY ' j - ;
Sir. and Mrs. J. P. McBaine, 9 Clen
wood avenue, will entertain Thursday
evening from 7 to 10 o'clock with a candy
pull for Anne and Tumor McBaine.
Chntmas decoration will lie nscd.
Those present will be. Helen dark. Lan-
ginia and Bernice McAlister, Helen and
pnii jJ Dcrnice MchllM-tu. Helen and
Flora Conley, Estelle Bradford, Jane
Deney, Sarah and Mary Conley, .Manha
Srmth, KoMhnd Mcrherson. Caroline
Pail. SaHle Barth, Martha Anne Mai
tin, Louise Ridgewsy, Anna Katherine
Sies Richard McPherson, lbnfoey Mu
lct!, Frank Harris, Roscoe Ilathman. Lo-
pan K)le, Harold Kline, Junior Stephens,
frank Bihr, Sonny Sykes, John Logan,
Philip Vile, Sydney and Staunton Cal-
Nert, Howard Payne, William If inn, Fied-
die Smith, Jack Jiojes, and Dudley Mill-
MkS Alice Ftrrtncy, who has been
teaching lit Norfolk. Neb- arrived today
to spend the holiday with her parents.
Mr. and .Mrs. C. W. rurtney, J3UZ wu
ton avenue. Mi.s Loralne Fnrtney, who
teaches physical education in Kansas
Cty, will arrue Friday.
Mrs. Berry MeAlcJtef, Et Minima
ivenui vill entertain at 1 oVloft lunch.
eon Wedresday, December 22. for Afr.
C A. McGoud, who is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs W. T. Conley. Chrit
mas decorations will be used. Tliose
present will be Mr?. C A. McCIoud, Mrs.
fiH Conler, Mrs. Frank Conley, Mrs.
Kate Conley, Mrs. F. K. Blair, Mrs. C. B.
Ho Imp, Mrs. & C Hunt, and Mr. A
Mrs. a A. McCIoud of York, Neb,
Mting her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Con
ley, 591 Conley aveftuU "
Thirty pupils of the Jefferson Public I
School were rntertained Saturday ora-1
ins at the Chi Omega sorority lue ill
Ml" Claims Brays was in cliarge of the j I
evenings program, which conisted of a I
candy patty and presentation of useful I
gills by a fairy." Each pupil received I
3 candy cane of red, white arid bine.
Ben Moore, a graduate of the Univer
sit) of Missouri, and MitS Fay Smith,
both of Charleston, Mo will be mimed
December 29. Mr. Moore is a large land
cwner at Charleston. Mis Smith is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Smith
of that city. They will go lo Jamaica
and the West, Indie on a wedding trip.
Mis. Rosa ft. Ingels and Ciltner Inrelsl
Vffl'ieate Frfdirforrieasaht Half where)
lliey will isit Mr. and Mis. boone In
gels. - 7-? TV
James F Hudson arriyed -Thursday
from California ttt'M'sit.his mother-ami
father, Mr.- e4 Mrs. J. A. Hudson, II
Jlrs. Ik M. Anderson, )r and children
cl few York Uty -arrives! tn aiicrnoou
to spend the holidajs with Mr. and Mis.
B. M. Anderson, 1201 l'aris road.
R. M. Anderson Jr. will anile Friday! ji
A !.! 1.1. ftlir anil tnnttlPT Mr. Xlld I ill
Mis. B. M. Anderson, 1201 Pans road.
CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS BUSY
Broadway Crowded With Automo
biles Saturday .Much Buying.
The fact that Christmas is less than a
week away was yery much in eyiden.ee on
the downtown streets of Columbia Su
nday. Broadway was crowded with
shoppers from the rural districts and the
cars were lined up from Sixth street to
Hitt street on Broadway.
According to several downtown mer
chants Saturday was the biggest day for
Chri-tmas shopping thst they hate ex
perienced this year. The department
stores were crovded with women shop
pers buying ueful articles for Christmas.
Tk l..4l. ,n fn. thir .share, too.'
as the yariou; toy shops were crowded!
with hoppeis seeking toys with wtiicti to
11 the little stockings.
For the pat few weeks the shopoers
hare in the main, contented theriMlycs
with merely looking at the various arti
cles, but bu,ing has at Jasl begun ii
earnest. This is I he statement of a num.
ber of deiks in the different rtorcs hay
ing a large Christmas business.
For the convenience of thoc who do
not find time to shop during the day
our store is now open each ocning un
til Christmas. Ady
NEWMAN HARDWARE CO.
e wd keep our store open untif 8:30 1
In the ciemngs until Quislmas.
Adv. Robert Rogers, Grocer.
Come down and yUit oar store. Colum
bia Floral Company. ady.
I CHRISTMAS FRUITS
S CHRISTMAS NUTS I
h Johnston Bros. ''
OUR YEAR-END SALE
Brings the Biggest Bargains of the twelve months. This has been a glorious season for Shoppers,
just as it has been for you to buy them for so much less.
Prices started downward several months ago, and it has been a (pleasure for us to sell goods at the lower prices,
Sale Starts Wednesday Morning and Will Continue
Until the End of the Year, December 31, 1920
Now wc arc ready to Clean Up the Past Year's Stocks. Out must go all the odds and ends and surplus
slocks, so that we may start off the New Year with clear shelves to welcome the new goods.
So no matter how much the prices have been reduced before, the slocks to be cleaned, up.arc Reduced
Still Further and our Store is filled with the biggest bargains that we liavc announced since the high
prices ihuic. '
Remember that this means practically our entire stock for all departments of our store have contributed
clean-up-offerings of the most drastic sort to this Year-End Sale.
Maybe you'll have to buy a remnant, or an odd lot, to get the , biggest bargain in the goods jou want, or
maybe you'll ask for no bigger bargain than is offered among the larger lots, if they happen to suit you
better. Bjit eery thrifty woman will want to Come Early and See What Is Here for these are not the
kind of bargains that economical (people want to miss. xs-xz
BUY PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST
HIGH GRADE WOOLENS SPECIAL
Beautiful cloakings, 54 to 58 inch
es wide, in velours, broadcloths and
zibelines at S3.95 the yard.
Duvetyns, boliwas and other novel
cloakings Jjreatly reduced at the
Bolivia in 'dark blue and brown.
The most popular cloaking of die season,
is now specially priced at $8.50.
Extra quality French and mannish
merges, 5-tand 56 inches wide and priced
at 53.95 and 4.95 the yard.
Half wool and all wool serges and
poplins in many staple colors, 36 to 44
inches wide, choice of the lot 1.00.
Wool plaids and stripes for sport
skirts are S3 and $4.95 the yard.
Beautiful deep pjle silk plush, 52 inches wide,
for scarfs, cloaks tnd trimmings. Very specially
priced, yd. J1O50
5&in. black and white heavy check dress goods
for women's skirts, boys and girls' cloaks, greatly
reduced at the yd 1.39
What Young Miss or Matron would like a New Suit, Coat or Dress at One
third to One-half less?
That may seem like startling news to you. Certainly it would have
been to us, if we had been told a few months ago that we should offer the
superb Suits, Coats and Dresses wc were then buying for half to one-third
our regular selling prices.
But this has been a season of astounding happenings a season that has
smashed not only the profits of merchants, but in many in'tances cut deep
into costs of their merchandise, but happy buying lime, wc should think, for
Of coursc.lhc most astounding opportunities of the whole season are
being presented this week just to clean-up stock, to start the New Year with
New Goods. Don't miss your opportunity for such bargains can't come
again soon. . ,
AH grouped into the following assorted lots.
Suits $39.50, $25.00, $19.75. Dresses $39.50, $25.00,
$19.50, $12.75. Coats $39.50, $29, $25, $19.75
and $12.50. Misses Suits and Dresses much
x Reduced in Price
FINE DRESS SILKS
FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASOH
Women who want another handsome gown
or blouse or want to give one for Christmas or
just the material will find this sale cf silks
splendid news. And what woman does not?
The lollection is mostly newly purhhased
silk of eyery fashionable yariety with specially
interesting groups of black silks and satins and
best news of all. the prices ate a third to a half
less than they were a few months ago.
Of course, some of the lots are small and
youTl be best adrised to come eaily to get widest
choice of this remarkable assemblage. These
chief groups are offered.
Crepe de Chine of the better qualities in
practically all popular colors, 40 Inches wide, are
priced at $1.93 and $Z50 the yard.
Sliirting silks are priced at $1.50, $L93 and
fZSO the yard.
40-inch channeuse in all colore is priced al
$Z98 the yard. '
n :1l.u Im a ntfwiff variety nf nattern
tor ktmofltJ, "fancy liiings and dresses is priced,
at the yard, $3.00.
Silk poplin is $1.23 the yard.
Black taffeta, always popular, is now $1.49
the yard and up.
Satin Royals, beautiful beayy weight satins
in all popular colors are priced, the yard, $3.19.
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUS
ES, ROOMERS AND PRIVATE
HOMES WILL FIND RADI
CALLY REDUCED PRICES
ON BEDDINGS IN THIS SALE
Extra hrayy grey cotton blankets,
66x78, assorted blue and pink woy
en borders, yery specially priced,
Nashua single bed cottoblankels
in clear woten borders, pair ..$1-59
Heavy wool nap blankets, silk
bound, assorted borders, size 66x80
Extra heavy large she fancy plaid
wool nap blankets in rich, assorted
patterns, size 72x31, an extra spec
ial, pair ....t..... $k95
One'lot fancy plaid wool blankets
of an excellent quality. Yery spec
ial, pair $8.73
Bed comforts of a splendid weight
covered with silkoline in light and
dark colors, filled with new white
colton, especially priced at ..$3.43
One assorted lot bed comforts,
full sire, well made, silkoline. covers,
filled Willi new white carded cotton,
choice , - $4.50
Extra fire Bedcomforts made
from best quality printed silkclinc
wilh solid color, sateen borders, fill
ed with new white carded cotton.
Veiy specially priced $6.93
EXTRA SPECIALS IN
36-inch brown muslin, yd..l2iso
Extra quality soft chamois finish
ed long cloth 36 inches wide, 5
One lot 36-in. fine quality madras
cloth in neat woven strpes for men
and boys shirts and womens waists,
reduced to 59c
LOOO yards heavy outing flannel-,
light and dark colors in stripes,
checks and plaids, suitable for
gowns, pajamas petticoats and
men's shirts especially priced for
this sale, yd. 19c
BUY DRESS GINGHAMS NOW
AT THESE LOW PRICES
One lot fancy plaid dress ging
hams, a splendid fabric of quality,
greatly underpriccd at the yd ..19e
27-inch, extra heavy percales, one
of the finest qualities on the market,
tight and dark colors, specially
priced the jd 19c
u-r S J
TUB APRONS AND DRESSES
- . womens cungaio aprons, nun
front gragnam ana percales in ugni
and dark colors. All drastically re
duced to $1.19, -1.50 and $L95.
J8 Womens percale ana gingham
- bouse dresses, all sizes, 32 to 53,
-4t specially priced at $L95, $150 and
. Special prices on silk and crept
i rlJIV kimonos and bath robes in this sale.
Svvl All party dresses reduced from
' -i -" one-lliird to one-half off original
Millinery Department 2wArt-!
S K and .1150.
Mines Saratoga all wool middies
IYS TOT in Kw sma "" " "fo
J make and trimmed, specially priced
Wednesday Dec. 22 ;Is
Extra heavy white crocheted bed
.- . j - -j-, if TXT' X quilts of splendid qnaliry. Very
Choice of any rail or Winter !.?!!t
Trimmed Hats for - $5 ygs-i
No Exchanges NO Phone Orders outing flannel gowns, white and fan.
$200 aad $15tt,
LADIES KID GLOMES tn asiiorted stripes and checks, med-
GREATLY UNDERPRICED '"".""l k colar, yd ;.
Bleached startex toweling crash.
One lot women's cape and kid 18 inches wide, linen weft, excellent
, ... . ,. qualiry, yd 25c
gloies of an excellent quality. Self
. , , .. . . , HEAVY ASBESTOS.
and colored embroidered trimmed TABLE MATS AT
'backs and cuffs, colors, white, pearl JgJ
grey and tan, pair $100 in. covered and neatly bound es
pecially priced $195
- lias 4x48 in. at $50
size 54x54 in. at $3.93
WOOL BLANKET ,
Fine TooI blankets, large sizes,
slightly soiled from handling, pr
9 v5v - "&" Hi4h grade, best quality, down
filled bed comforts, sateen covered
with solid border. Modi reduced
la price ......... fUa.95
SHIRTWAISTS AND BLOUSES
Georgette and fricollette shirt
Waists and blouses in a Ttriety of popu
lar suit shades, also blai; and white
tailored and embroidered trimmed. Very
specially priced at 3.95, $6.95 and
Very special Iprices on all fur nect ,
Entire line of fur cruffs, ranging
in price lrom $7.50 to $50.00 at one
half original price.
$1.00 to $2.50 off on all corsets.
Including such very popular makes as
Modart, Nemo and Justrite.
$1.00 off on all corsets priced up
$2.00 off on all corsets from $4.50
$2.50 off on all corsets from $6.50 to
One lot fancy beaded bags in assorted lizes and
shapes. Unique designs. Very specially priced
Other Imported beaded tags, all specially priced
F to- $19.75
EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES
White embroidered pillow cases in several mimic
designs, 42x36 and 45x36, priced at pair $2 and $250
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HOSIERY SPErMtu at
. INTERESTING PRICES
Womens extia heavy pure silk hose, four
tach elastic top. ,top run garter welt, full fash
ioned reinforeeft M.t. .i:..i i. i .v j -i-
? toe, black, white, brown; specially priced.
Women ft... .tit. t s 1.1..1 v..
fw . UU9C-, 111 UUU, VI1U.C. tCT
trovrn, with a,e ,top g,,, tit tiuc
"ft""T ton f..M...i 1 r 1 t..i 1-
1 r twuro icg, rciniorcea neci. soic
1 tnd toe. Priced, pair $L9
n omens neavy fleeted lined black hose,
hye-inch garter top, full seamless, double beet
oe and foot. Specially nriced. nair 23c
Tomen's heavy black, wool hose with Cte
inch ribbed garter top, two thread heel and toe;
at the pair 83c
'Women's fine wool hose in' black, green and
brown heather mixtures, plain or ribbed; a very
special offer, the pair $1.95
Women's fine thread cotton hose, high splie-
w .bIe oIm' teds and toes, pair ..23c
Women aercerixed cotton hose in Mack.
hue. eorrloyu, and. grey, iluch reduced in
TtleCZ,T -Yti SOc
iSoTi and wtK i j j- -ir.
?ed & aring parts reinforced, in black.
'"""i pair ., ., zjc
Extra itMnM v t- . . , t
fc. .. . .it;: ""?? 'a aaa " "V'l
-n. ua jvc AU much reduced in price.