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   Democrat-Tribune (Newspaper) - November 29, 1921, Jefferson City, Missouri                                DBMOOIUM1UBUN1 NOVttMWtt M U The Impresario M 1 I SBALL NOT HETOfif Continued ftttfn A Mozart Comic Opera Featuring PERCY HEMUS IN TITLE ROLE JEFFERSON THEATRE Wednesday November 30th at 5 i them toshoot unless the target close enough to insure fatal injury or death Rations likewise were scarce and daily becoming more to They had not started out expecting such an occurrence and consequently were not prepared for it Finally their food consisted mostly flf the leaves from which they sucked the dew As they made their shgrt sallies after food from their protect by of ed position they were at isnipers and made the targets i enemy machine gunners Lower Floor No War Tax Balcony Seats at Tolsons Sponsored by the Morning Musical It was on one of these trips1 tht one of their number was captured b the Germans blindfolded and sen back to the position occupied by He bore a note from Germans demanding immediate render Colonel Whittlesey speak ing at the dinner denied he had sen back the reply that generally ha been accredited to him and was saic to have been Go tohell Rather he denied a reply of any FROM COWBOY TO CITY SOLON And Negro Born in Tqpeka Is a New York Newspaper Publisher journalism and at the instigation of srt had been every man left returned although alive as weak a Booker Washington came to New famished as they were felt rather York to start a newsoup ir for 1 is than spoke what has been quoted so owr race He founded and now is often as their commanders answer to and owner of ihs York the demand to surrender News a paper confined largely tc Awarded the Medal of Honor New York Nov Fiom cattle negroes but covering the local A few hours after the return of the hoy to city solon and newspaper pub Two years ago he determined to who had been Am lisher traveling altogether on his seek office as alderman He was this epitomizes the career of elected and his wiork for the nter f Good Timothy Hay Baled 18 a ton delivered in ton lots John W Harris the only negro iriemests of his community earned himre of the New York board of election at the recent municipal elec aldennen who will be seated Janu tion ary 1 Born in Topeka and reared in the saddle on a large cattle ranch Harris felt the urge for higherj things The little circumstance of farin being broke did niot prevent him from coming East He worked his way Upon his arrival he also found ways and means of working his way Harvard university being graduated in 1907 and attending Har vard law school for two years Encouraged by the managing editor iof a Boston newspaper for whichhe had written special articles Harris determined to the law for or a ton any quanity at my Oats straw 39 cents a bale P W DALLMEYER Phone 4 W Visit the Vanity Shoppe for Sham pooing Hairdressmg facial massag ing Manicuring Scalp Treatment and chiropody Phone 1249 for appoint ments Store Lerican advance occurred and Lost Battalion was rescued the All buteightyseven of the men had been killed or For his bravery Colonel Whittlesey was awarded the Medalof by President his returimto the United States presentation ceremony occurred ion the in BRINGS BEAUTY The Marinello Shop is now the Muscletoner the latest device for bringing the natural beauty of the complexion and hair Let us give you one treatment and convince Over Dallmeyer s Dry Good o marvelous benecial results obtan 42o ed Phone 206 for appointment 91 dtf clean rags Will pay 5c a pound at DemocratTribune Film Stars Answer in Divorce Cue Accuses Attorney General Carson City Nov Pickford is being persecuted because she is famous That is the answer of thfe picture star attorneys to the effort iof Attorney General Leonard B Fowler of Nevada to set aside her divoice from Owen Moore Her answer to the suit now is filed with the state supreme court and it will he that bodys duty to determine whether she came in goiod faith and got her divorce or whether she conspired with her exhusband for him to step out of the way quickly in order that she could be wed Isfe Fairbanks The answer of Marys attorneys to Attorney General Fowlers ippeal from the decision of Judge Frank P Langan granting her the divorce with charges against the state officer Fowler assumed powers i never granted him acting without ttie law and every precedent and he is at tempting to act as a superlaw against Mary because she is the darl ing of the movies These are the sentiments of MARRIAGE Arley Tempi eton and Nitty fvtltsy both of Eugene Mb Albert Clayton and Casing both of Jefferion City Frank Straub of Chamois and Edna Holliway of Jefferson City Me P S Rook and Eosina Louis both of Tuscumbia Mo An Unsuccessful Opening From the London Weekly Whats become of Brown I havent seen him long time Sam Oh foe opened a shop Bill Is he doing well Sam No doing time Hai caught in the act of opening it Bert for a was Cara Nome Jonteel Dozira PompeiuJ Mary Gordon and Mavis Toilet Sets rang ing in price from to A BRANDENBEROERl REXALL DRUG STORE 130 High St Where They Save You Money B MeNab who wrote the bill forQVIary clean rags will pay 5 cents a pound at the Democrat Tribune ofBce Expert Testimony i From the New York Sun claims to be quite a golf player you think rather wait until I what his caddy says J THE HOUSB OF COMFORT WHERE MUSIC MEETS PICTURE TONIGHT AT DOUBLE SHOW MPROGJRAM JEFFERSON CONCERT ORCHESTRA E S EMERSON Director Our profanity expert is back from a vacation in Kansas where he says he learned some new wards froni farmers who are selling their corn for 26 cents a bushel A Overture Buck Jones in The Big ia Homer Gomes Hoi The oldfashioned bride who moved into a vineclad cottage now has a daughter in a mortgageplastered coupe Return Date PRICES Matinee 11 and 17c Nite 11 and MATINEE TOMORROW BUY TICKETS AT RADKJSS i It appears that alcohol is aboutthe least dangerous ingredient in bootleg j whisky TOMORROW AT THE Not a Picture Suspicious From London Opinion The average Spanish family boasts about twelve children A Spanish grandee brought his amily to London last year arid one as he was leading the way into an iijOxford1 street shop a policeman lalfed him rudely Here what you beendoin the Oliceman said said the Spanish gran dee Then what are allthese children ollerin you for the policeman said uspiciously What Is An did Maid I Volivas idea that there is no such ling as gravitation may be partly orrect F6r example it seems to e impossible for some people totake tumble to themselves uch for So Little Money It is still causing great surprise that tho making of Dr Prices Baking Powder with Phosphate instead of Cream of Tartar permits such an excellent baking pfowder to be sold at 25c for a largesize 12oz can But a greater surprise is in the good light wholesome homebaking it produces A Large Can of A little Better a little For real Bargains inspect our Job Tabl CHURCH TME SHOE MAN Full Line New Wall Faper now in stock prices are the lowest We furnish First Class Paper Hanger SCHELL MUSIC 100 E High St 222tfd Alady in Wilson who is William deMilles fortlicoming Paramount picture of Broad way Missi Thatsan old maid and that was Lulu lier lift oiit as a household unU1 man she loved Notice Telephone Subscribers We are installing our new switch board equipment and it is necessary for us to maintain service as this work progressess we are laboring under handicapped condi lic and we ara asking our subscrf to avoid as much unnecessary j phoning as possible between m ti being the busiesthours of By doing this we will be abl handle all business service any delay Remember SERVICf what you make it MAY WE CO ON YOUR COOPERATION CAPITAL TELEPHONE Something may fail that is beyond out power to prevent but service not be delayed any longer than pos sibjej so please dont blame the Ope for they are helpless in a case of Plant failure In order to maintain and give the best service7 possible during this period we will have to have the co operation of the telepboneuseing pub BATTERIES Ruyle Next td P M Gafaj PHOSPHATE BAICINO POWD The following recipe will give a hint of the wealth of good ffilngs in the New Cook Book which every woman should have r COCOANUT LAYER CAKE Ys teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons Dr Prices Baking Pfiwder cup shortening legg 1 cup sugar 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups flour Cream shortening add sugar slowly add flavoring and Wellbeaten egg add milk mix well then add flour saft and baking powder which have been sifted Bake in three greased layer cake tins in moderate oven 12 to 15 minutes COCOANUT FILUNG AND ICING cups granulated sugar vanilla extract cup water 1 teaspoon lemon juice 2 egg whites 1 cup fresh grated cocoanut Cook sugar and water over slow fire without syrup a thread pour slowly epg whites which have been beaten until stiff beat until thick tfnough to spread add flavoring Spread between layers and on top of cake While icifig is still soft sprinkle thickly with cocoanut Ask your grocer if he has an extra copy of this new Cook Book If he hasnt write to Price Baking Powder Factory 1001 Independence Bloulevardi Chicago Illinois and we will gladly mail you On Sale at All Grocers The Laws of Economy i jf h si AN apple bounced off Newtons head and inspired him to evolve the Law of Gravity TEe advertisements in this paper can give less inside workings of tie of Economy As sure as lheapple hit Newton the adver tisements have a personal message of economy foryouC you of their bargains through avdertisemenll i Almost hew opportunity is offered through an advertisement Practically unusual buy is advertised v You save fimeSand trouble by choosing what you want arid where to get it from towri You save money by ikeeping up with every opportunity to get valuedn buying Read the advertisements regularly x i t   

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