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UKIVEBSITT MISSOUHAIf SCXDAT, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
Any One Would be Pleased
A71 Ansco Camera
as a Christmas Gift
We have them in all sizes. Prices from $2 to $45
"GIRLS' IMERESTS 0T BROAD'
hannacy Phone 456
Fine Candies in Special Boxes
WE put up any kind of fine candy to order in
special fancy boxes, any size and suitable for
any occasion. You can net exactly what
you want here. Our candy is unexcelled and we
ha e the prettiest boxes in town. Let us show them
to you. Prices from 25c to SI 0.00.
Columbia Candy Kitchen
Sth and Walnut
The College Inn
This is a chance
you should not miss.
Hear MME. GADSKI
in one o! her few ap
pearances outside the
large Eastern cities.
Dec. 11 (Wednesday).
General Seat Sale
Parmelee Calls Woman Graduates
Ignorant on Important Subjects.
How wide is the range of interest
of the average university girl?
That there are a great many
women going out of universities
degrees which proclaim them liberal
ly educated, and yet are densely ig
norant of many of those subjects
which the public is called upon to
decide, is the opinion of Prof. Mau
rice Palmelce of the department of
sociology of the University of Mis
souri as expressed in a recent lec
Professor Parmelee urges students
to attend the Social Science Club of
the University. This club is a stu
dent organization for the purpose of
discussing the various social and po
litical questions before the public. It
is attended mostly by men and the
discussion is carried on almost
wholely by men students. This fact
is deplorable according to Professor
Parmelee. He takes this fact and
other general impressions as indica
tive that the girl students are not
interested in many of the things
they should be.
Professor Parmelee says that the
condition at the University of Mis
souri is characteristic of all higher
co-educational institutions of learn
"The great majority of girls do not
get the learning they should to make
them really liberally educated. But
I do not blame the girls. They do
not have a chance to learn about
many of the things that they should
know. There is still some prejudice
that girls should not know certain
Professor Parmelee gave as an ex
ample of the lack of interest among
the girl students in affairs, political
and social, the failure of any at
tempt to organize a woman suffrage
club at the University. Two years
ago he said a girl came to him and
told him of an attempt that had been
made to organize such a club. It had
met not only with no sympathy but
with actual resistance. He said that
while the men last fall had their
Democratic, Republican and Progres
sive clubs, the women had apparent
ly no interest in politics.
HIS SHEEP TOP THE MARKET
A season ticket will save
you 50 cents on your
admission, besides sav
ing you money on the
three remaining concerts.
Prices: to subscribers,
SI, 81.50, and $2. To
others, S1.50, S2, S2.50.
The best investment
you could make.
The most remarkable advertirement ever
inserted in a Columbia newspaper by a
Columbia store will appear in Thursday's
University Misssourian and Columbia
Statesman don't miss these papers.
Feeding- Under Direction of Experts
Pays the Owner.
D. H. Doane of the farm manage
ment department, returned Friday
from Boonville and Moberly where
he investigated the condition of a
flock of sheep now being fed under
the direction of his department He
went to Boonville at the request of
John Niff, owner of the flock, who
had been told by dealers that his
flock was in bad shape and that they
would suffer greatly if he undertook
to ship the herd to market.
Mr. Doane insisted that he ship.
The herd topped the market
J. M. Pcrley of Moberly fed a car
load under the direction of the farm
management department and will
also top the market.
R. S. Harriman who sold on the
Tuesday market made a net clearing
of $130. He also fed under the direc
tion of the farm management.
Talks to Medical Students.
A lecture was given by D. H. Dol
ley, professor of pathology, at the
regular monthly meeting of the
Medical Society . Friday night The
subject of Prof. Dolley's talk was
"The Anastomosis of Blood Vessels".
He told of the work of Dr. Alexis
Carrel of the Rockefeller Institute,
who won the Nobel prize last year
through his work in medical re
C. C. Guthrie, an alumnus of the
University of Missouri, aided Doctor
Carrel in the work.
You way ucver have another Chance
to hear GADSKI unless you go to
J'eu York, Here Dec. 11.
Real meals served at The
Short orders cooked while
Or, you can eat "ready
mades" and save time.
HIS Overcoat will
add to the enjoy
ment of your Christmas.
It will lend an atmos
phere of correctness
which is desirable espec
ially among home folks.
We are showing this Overcoat in
cheviots, worsteds, chinchillis and
the popular English cravenettes
825 to $35
Gift Suggestions for Men
In cape, real kid, mocha and fur. All
styles, lined and unlined.
Always an acceptable gift. We have
them in silk and linen.
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We have an elegant line of
leather goods and novelties for
Card cases, Flasks, Suit
cases, Brushes, Drinking cups.
We are showing a wide va
riety of ties in popular shapes
light and dark patterns.
Indeed an excellent Christ
' Archaeology Museum Open Today.
The exhibit of American sculpture
in the Museum of Classical Archae
ology will be open from 2 until 6
o'clock today. Dr. John Pickard will
speak on "Some Masterpieces of
American Sculpture" at 3 o'clock.
IF YOUR WATCH ,
bring them to Henninger's where
they will be repaired by experts
and returned to you in perfect
We will reg- rjenninger's
The 1912 city tax books are now ready.
You can save time and worry by pay
ing now and not waiting for the rush at
the end of this month. Penalty attach
ed after Dec. 31, 1912.
R. J. BOUCHELLE, Collector.
Expresses our idea of what
we believe you will like in
Basement Exchange Bank BId'g.
910 1-2 Broadway
KID GLOVE SALE
We have gone through our kid glove stock and propose to clean it out. We have had an
enormous sale on gloves since our closing out sale commenced-consequently find the s.zes
very much broken. If you are lucky to find your size you will be able to buy gloves at about
50 per cent less than the import price.
These are all the best quality gloves, perfect in every way. Below we give a schedule oi
sizes, colors and quantities. The regular prices are $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.25
5 3-4 6
61-2 63-4 7
POSITIVELY NO GLOVES FITTED.
NO GLOVES EXCHANGED
Be sure of your size, the day-Monday-the price, 89 cents a pair
THE GANT-ELLIS0N COMPANY
Stanley Sisson, Mgr.