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.Trubey's
Dinners. Lunches Confcctionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities nc
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166

Tuttle's
Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
Mayns~ard St.

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LAST TIMES TODAY
MABEL NORMAND

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Born and raised on a ranch and never

having been out of the

state of Arizona, she is sent to New York, to visit Pop Audry, a
former cattleman. Here she comes upon creatures of a realm with
which she is entirely unfamiliar-girls and women whose only ex-
cuse for living is that they are ornamental, and whosechief occupa-
tion seems to be trying to make this excuse a legitimate one.

EDITH WILLIAMS AND NAN BRYC E WITH DE WOLF HOF
"THE BETTER 'OLE," AT THE WHITNEY JAN.

PAPER BY PROF. ADAMS
', READ, ATCONETO

there, assisted in the joint adm
tion with China of its particu
road. This brought about thi
tion that each railroad was
competition to the othersins
1 co-operating with them and

SEE HOW MABEL ACTS AMONG THESE PEOPLE-
IT'S A "HUMMER"
TOMORROW AND FRIDAY,

PROF. DAVID FRIDAY GIVES
TERESTING TALK FAVOR-
ING TAX

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TOM MOORE
"TOBYS BO"

"Our International Investment
Policy," was the subject of a paper
written by Prof. Henry C. Adams of1
thie economic's department, for pre-
sentation at the annual meeting of the
American Economics association, held
Dec. 28, 29, and 30, in the La Salle
hotel, Chicago. Owing to illness, Pro-
fessor Adams could not be present in
iferson, and Mr. C.-E~, Griffin of the
economics faculty, read'the paper for
him.
Professor Adams argued for the in-
ternational control of .the industries,
bas-ed on foreign capital, in some o'
the economically backwai'd countries.
He dealt especially on the situation
in China, with whose condition he is
familiar because of his former posi-
tion as financial adgisor to the Chin-
ese republic a few years' ago.
Go-operatlon Asked

satisfactory system was mai
for all. Professor Adams as
the pooling of- the capital an
administration of all the inve
by all the countries concern<
whole.'
Prof. David Friday discusse
per on the excess profits tax it
he expressed himself in favor
tax.
Taussig Reads Paper
Prof. Frank Taussig of I
and former chairman of the
States tariff commission, read
the most spectacular papers of
tire meeting, according to Mr.
He chose as his topic, "The E
the War Indemnity on Germ
eign .Trade," wherein he stal
th~e only way in which German
pay her indemnity was by exi
that if Germany continues to e
rate and for the length of tim
sary to pay her debt, she will
a firm footholdtduring the 40
payment that the Allies can
lodge .her. The field would be
,and south eastern Europe wh
effortsu. would be directed, P
[Toussig said.

A sizzling comedy-drama of New York life and Southern love
-Tom Moore at his "smiling best."

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Douglas Fairbank

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i"W HE N T HE C LO0U-'DS RO0LLE B Y"

Foreigntcapital was necessary in
that country to build new railroads,
and as China's credit at that- time waa
not very good, each country investing

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Hopper

THE MAJESTIC
Marmaduke X. Caruthers is
star de luxe in "The Goat," to I
today and tomorrow at thel
He accepts the flowers while
McCarth~y does all his stunts tb
any element of danger in them
such an arrangement has er
ing complications when his
"The Goat," falls off his hors
injured while thrilling bysta
Serious discomforture to
duke is avoided by quick work
part of his director. He is p
ambulance and delivered at a
before the eyes of his sympati
mirers. After the crowd has
ed, the real invalid is taker
hospital.. There he is visited
sweetheart who had quarrel
him because' he had allowed
to be Marmaduke's cat's-paw
of becoming a movie star. Ji
'the two had reached a cordlia
standing a $1,000 check arriv
the film campany-enough
short honeymoon, at least.
THE ARCADE

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With Music and Charming Cirls
The Bairnsfather International Success

"By

long odds Mr. Hopper's best perfor-

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Attired in chaps, checkered
S'I boots, with impressive-looking
and wearing her. big sombero
business-like angle, Mable No
struts through "Pinto," her
Goldwyn picture, shown today
Arcade for the-last times, with
animation that her dynamic litt
sonality can muster. Her serioi
ments are as convincing as her
antics. As the outraged owne
pony stolenby Mexicans, Pinto
have her cowboys deal with the
es in no gentle manner after a
captured them. "Pinto" gives
Normand a fresh field for her f
and she makes good use of the
tunities that are offered.
If you aren't satisfied, we ca
We make "Portraits that Pleas
at Derr Studio.-Adv. '

CaN 480 for Reservations,

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