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THE. DAILY MISSOUBIAM, TUISD AY EVESiaG, DECEMBER 12, 1816.
0thtllo" Kecital Announced.
agRTJ uurcutu ouuiuniun, a
trtc&er, orator and artist, will give
' jjterpretative recital of "Othello"
tie Christian College Auditorium at
,..- p. m. tomorrow. Mr. Southwlck
U president of the Emerson College of
Oratory, Boston. He has won much
junction In the interpretation of
I WABASH MARKET
Tuesday and Wednes
Fine oraugi-s dozen
Extra good Grape Fruit, 2 for
it Soap, 8 bars
30c Coffee (fine), lb.
5c Cleanser, G cans
lie Green Beans 2 cans
lie rcas - cans
lie Corn, 2 cans
,10c Tomatoes, 3 cans .
Jc lVasIi."ng Powders, 7 bars
10c Corn Flakes, 3 bows
Sunkkt Dried Peache 2 lbs. .
SnuUit Dried Prunes, 2 lbs. .
I!et loose Kraut, 3 lbs. .
25c Catsup, bottle
Pork Steak ,
Jt. Bacon, (splendid), lb.
Chuck Steak I .,
'rime Kit) Roast, lb.
Pork Sausage, lb.
We give S. & II. Stamps.
BLAISE GIBSON TO EDIT PAPER
Secretary to C L. Brewer Bays an In
terest at Sterling, Colo.
James Blaine Gibson, B. J., '16, has
resigned as secretary to C. L. Brewer,
director of athletics, and will become
part owner of a newsaper at Sterling,
Mr. Gibson will leave for his home
at Grant City tomorrow, where he will
visit until the first of the year. He will
then go to Colorado and take up his
work with the Sterling Enterprise.
Dr. F. Ei Fisher, the present owcer,
is going to do medical journal work in
New York City. The paper now is pro
gressive and weekly. It will be
changed to a daily and a Democratic
paper, according to Mr. Gibson.
"Gibby" has been secretary to Mr.
Brewer since 1911, when he succeed
ed his brother, Phil S. Gibson. No
arrangements have been made' to fill
Motor Cars Collide on Broadway.
E. W. Stephen's car, driven by a
chauffeur and one of the cars of the
Jackson Taxicab Company, collided at
Tenth street and Broadway about 8:30
o'clock last night. The car of Mr.
Stephens was going west on Broad
way," while the car of the Jackson
Taxicab Company was going' sooth
on Tenth street. The front end of
Mr. Stephens car hit the back end of
the other car, knocking the taxicab
across the street, smashing the left
back wheel and breaking the, run
ning board. A lamp was broken and
the frame bent on Mr. Stephen's car.
The chauffeurs, the only occupants of
the cars, were not injured.
Nothing. better to put in their stocking than a pair of
our Handsome Christmas Slippers. '
They will remember you long after, the Christmas Sea
son has passed, and bless your thoughtfulness.
We are showing unusual attractive lines this season.-
Men's Felt "Gomfys" Operas, Romeos, Nullifiers, Cav
illers, Fausts, Everetts, and Bath Slippers.
Ladies' Felt "Gomfys", Juliets, Boudoir, Fancy Operas,
Dress Slippers and Auto Boots
75c to 16.00
Children's Felt "Gomfys" and Puss Boots
65c to $1.50
Select them now while the choice styles are here.
We'll make any exchanges you desire after Christmas.
IF IN DOUBT VISIT OUR HOSIERY DEPT.
WITH GRIDIRON CLUB
Dean Walter Williams Was
a Guest at Annual Frolic
'BIG GUNS' SATIRIZED
Missourians Invited Presi
dent Wilson to Visit M.
U. Next Spring.
Dean Walter Williams of the School
of Journalism returned to Columbia
last night from Washington, D. C,
where he attended the annual dinner
of the Gridiron Club Saturday nighf.
The Gridiron Club is composed of
about fifty Washington correspon
dents of newspapers throughout the
The dinner was attended by Presi
dent Wilson, members of the Cabinet,
diplomats,- senators, representatives
and eminent men from all over the
country. Addresses were delivered by
President Wilson, Newton D. Baker,
Secretary of War, and the Japanese
ambassador. It is a custom of the
club that "reporters are never pres
ent" at the dinner; so the speeches
were not published.
The entertainment consisted mostly
cf skits on the recent election. Chair
men Wilcox and McCormick met in
the boxing ring; the Adamson Bill and
the Child Labor Law, dressed as the
Gold Dust Twins, sang a duct in which
they asked the President if he liked
them as well as he did before the elec
tion; the waiters declared a' strike and
demanded immediate legislation from
Congress. The woman suffrage ban
ner, which mysteriously disappeared
shortly after it had been exhibited at
the opening session of Congress, again
demanded of President Wilson, "What
are you going to do for woman suf
frage?" The favor given the diners
was a little book entitled "The I-Did-It
Club," which explained in a humor
ous way who re-elected President Wil
son. Dean Williams and Champ Clark,
speaker of the House of .Representa
tives, invited President Wilson to visit
the University next Journalism Week.
The .President said that while he
could make no promises, he hoped to
visit the West after Congress adjourn
ed in the spring. If he does come
west, he said, he would like to stop in
Columbia. Journalism Week will be
May 7 to lb.
Dean Williams gave an address last
week at the University ot North Caro
lina, Chapel Hill N. C, as a part of
the program of Newspaper Week. This
is North Carolina's first experience
in devoting a week to journalism.
We Hold No Clearace Sles
The Real Christmas Gift
is the Gift that pleases not only the
present passing fancy, but carries
with it the pleasing sentiment of a
long time, lasting satisfaction.
men- In choosing a Christmas
for a man. be sure that he will
it useful and satisfying for some
Some article of wearing apparel will
always please a mart because it is
something that he can use at all
times, appealing to his practical
Our stock is complete with practical
Ghristmaa gifts forjmen. j
Let UslHelpZYou to Choose
"LIZ" CLAY TO WED TO.MGHT
Former Tiger to Marry Miss Yelma
Garrett of Austin, Tex.
James A. ("Liz") Clay, A. B. '14,
captain of the 1914 Tiger football team,
will be married to Miss Velma Louise
Garrett at the home, of the bride in
Austin, Tex., at 8:30 "o'clock tonight,
according to invitations received here.
"Liz" played on the football team
here three years. He was a member
of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, Chi Chi
Chi, Q. E. B. H., Phi Delta Phi and
other organizations. He was assistant
football coach at the University of
Texas the past season and helped C. E.
Van Gent, former Tiger coach, in turn
ing out one of the best teams in the
history of the Institution.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay will make their
home after January l in Fort Worth,
where Mr. Clay will be connected with
one of the largest legal firms of the
DB. BAVESEL SWATS DBUG HABIT
Users of Alcohol Die Quicker Than
Abstainers, Says Speaker.
Several hundred men heard Dr. M,
P. Bavenel lecture on the drug habit
In the University Auditorium last
Doctor Bavenel emphasized the dan
gers of the drugs in alcoholic drinks
and tobacco and explained why repu
table medical men make little use of
cither for medicinal purposes. He said
that theie are other remedies " less
harmful which are better for the treat
ment of illi.
The speaker read statements oMife
insurance companies that showed a
higher death rate 'among users of al
cohpl. At the close of his talk Doctor
Ravenel answtred questions.
k When ou feel the impulse to select
a, "Gift" for Father, Mother, or a dear
friend. Bern ember there is nothing
more appropriate Vhan a nice pair -of
up-to-date Spectales. Have Dr.
BlakemorQ-makc tS'etn up, and have
lenses fitted after Jhe Holidays, 302
Exchange Bank Bull ling. Adv.90
B. A. Butcher, '12, Is a Teacher.
R. A. Dutcher, .A. ' L '12, now has
charge of the .agricultural chemistry
department of Orcgoi Agricultural
sfmEfHf ll IfBl 9 r9l BwaM-'iSJ'TBii ' '- pB
f & i32it Hfib iLBRIB!IBt 3PP wHLLLf HiBe shHb
In order to have as little stock as possible when taking in-.
vciiLyjy wc leaguing co mane aown every hat in stock to
ance thai will insure rapid selling.
UNDERSTAND this will be forstock reducing pur
pose and you can secure any kind of a hat you want- in
fact, practically evecy hat we have is representative of' the
season's best types.
: SALE BEGINS THURSDAY
and will last just 10 days.
This will give everybody a chance to come in and get a new hat for
Christmas. An extra hat is always desirable especially when it caa be
had for so little.
THILO IVORY PARLORS
BROADWAY at HITT Entrance tn Hitt Street side 2ND FLOOR
No Hats Exchanged in this Sale.
1 1 i'tlH mm m 1 1
The Gift of Perfect Music
The New Edison
On Christmas Day
Means the Beginning of a New Happiness because you
will never grow tired of the New Edison
WHEN you hear people say that they grow tired of "talking
machine" musicdon't be surprised. Of course they grow tired of its mere
mechanical approximation of the living tone. This is not music The throbbing vigor, the
delicate grace, the human inflection has been marred by an artificial metalic quality. And
these are the few things in music that grip the emotions that touch the heart-strings.
But Mr. Edison, in his remarkable 'jew musical instrument, has found a way to preserve this
subtle breath of reality. Actual comparisons with the living tone, here in Columbia, have proved this
to be true. It is re-created music pure true, unblemished. It will thrill you a year from now- five
years from now just as truly as it will today.
.Hear This Re-created Music
JL' revelation awJts yon at our store. If yon bare not board Xr. Edison's
new art you simply cannot realize how wonderfml it Is. Don't try to judge It
by familiar standaris of mere mechanical sound reproduction. For re-created
music is as different from this as .an art print is from an original oU painUng.
Come in and jdck out your favorite from the great library of V. Xdlson's
re-created music. We will be delighted to play them for yon without the
slightest obligation on yonr part. Simply became we ivonld like to hare er
eryone know alont Mr. Edison's new musical art
"Of ''all sad words of tongue or pen,
The saddest are, it might of been." an Edison
Reservations of Edison's will be made for Christmas. Come in any time, for de
monstrations. Open at night until after Oxristmas.
Parker Furniture Co.
College at Corvallia.