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UMTERSITY MISSOUBIAN, SUXHAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1916.
fact Is there were only sk students
from Missouri, and three of these
I'nhlUlird ilally txrrpt Mtimlay bjr llir I we rjs "
t-idrnl In tlir (m-IiooI f Jnrnlim at ' v h " ....
dip Lnlrrr.lty of Missouri. "The Missouri Iniiersiy alumni
have tha chance of their life to
RALl-H II. TUItNKR
ai.i:c. c. n.wi.nss
I show their friendship
to tjie L'niver-
s-ity city by presenting the need
the institution to the legislature."
University MUhnurlin Association, Inr.
Directors: Ralph II Turner, President;
FrtnU King. Swret.-iry: Inu II. Kpper
ion. I. Y. I.ivi. 11. H. T.iylor, (.'Juries
R.itir. I. I). I'utter-oc. A Hinniiu,
I) tie Wilson.
Fifteen Year Aco. '
"The business course in the Co
lumbia Xonnal Academy is unexcell
ed by any similar s-chool in the near j
AJJrenx all -nmmiinliMtiou to
-"Sr -r , A
Oinee: Vlrclnia ItulMiug, DoKii-taira
Phones: Uusluem. 03: News. 274. I
Entered at the poMtottlw. Columbia,
aa Hecoml-clai rnail
Ter, I2 50; month, il cent: copy. 5 cents.
NHEN Sl'M. COJrK.N
There is the man who thinks it
biis.- to sit and read indoors all Sun
day. It may be books or it may be
n-vA-spapers which make him slad to
spend the time with unseen, unheard
Thero is the woman who thinks
it be.-t to cook the Sunday dinner,
with courses a la mode. It may be
that there i company: it may be that
there is none; the menu calls aloud.
There is the la- who thinks it joy
) stroll and smile with greatest
pleasure on the Sabbath It may be
that the day comes stormily. she i.
sad. unless perchance the parlor
ivvs forth the sound of jouth.
There is the lad who likes to stand
and watch the crowds go by. He
-e,!dom stands alone: there is more
fun in a "bunch."
.Vow. it is true that Sunday was
not meant for things like these, and
well we were taught it. But, honest
now, how do ou pass Sunday? Is
there any faint resemblance to the
pictures given here? No? What a
the iear Aan.
"Within two weeks the Katy will
be hauling material into Columbia
for the St. Louis and Kansas City
EleeTic Itailroad, according to Judge
D. C. Xevin. president of the trolley
"The fifth annual banquet of the
Columbia Commercial Club was held
last night and was probably the larg
est dinner of its kind ever held in Columbia."
AT THE CHURCHES
I'rrli trrian Chun li.
Mind.i.v m'IiooI. "J:!.". Worship at 11.
ihu lir. W. Kluaui; will iMk on
"The ;ipW of .Thmi- Christ ami oolal
Ju-tliv." I S C. i:., ii:S0. Eieuini
C'atliolir ( liurch.
l'irsr nil'.. 7 Illh nu- 10; sermon.
"TIk oer and tin Seed." i:euinc; M?r
ic 7::;. Ro.irj, sermon, "The Apostles'
Creed, rifth Article." Reueillction.
Fifty-Fire Year Ago.
"A ery large meeting of the Union
men in Boone County assembled in
this place recently to nominate two
candidates for the contention"
Thirtr-Fire Years .jo.
"The citizens of Brownsville. Sa
line County, have subscribed $20,000
to secure the Hannibal and South
western railroad for that place. It
is estimated that from $7,000 to $10,
000 will be subscribed in the town
ship. Subscriptions are progressing
in Boo'ie and Audrain. Howard Coun-.y-
subscriptions already aggregate
'Water works for Columbia' And
why not? Are they not within our
grasp, if not immediately, why not in
the near future? These are questions
which deserve the attention and se
rous consideration of our people."
Sen ices at lSeldeu Hall Sunday morning
at 11 and Sunday ewnini; at 7:S0. i:ider
Jerri lironu. of i:imer. Mo., will preach.
Christian Science serWces at 11 a. m. in
the Mririula liuildini: on South Mnth
street. The subject of the Ieson is "Christ
Morniiiir sen ice. 111:4.1: subject. "The L'n
h uiffeable (lod." Kteuln service, 7:30;
subject. "Cod Clorifled In -Man's Redemp
tion." Sunday school, P:S0 a. in. oung
People's L'nlon, OSW p. in. T. . oung,
I) 1), pastor.
Rible school. 'J:mJD. Special day in the
Rible school. .Morning worship, 10:43: ser
mou, "Are We Honest With iodV" Eien
Ins worship, 70. Illustrated lecture on
missions. intermediate Endeavor, 2:30.
Senior Endeavor. 0:30. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening, 7:30. Madison A.
Wilkes Boulevard Methodist Church.
Suudai School, l:10. Morning service,
11. Junior league, ":30: leader, :raee
Ilarker; subject, "Cod Wants Everyone to
lie Sated." Senior League. G:30: leader,
Mrs. Taylor Jennings; subject, "Hon to
Work With Others." Evening service, 7:30;
the Rev. A. C. Johnsou, presiding elder,
uill preach. The Rev. Jesse II. Smith will
preach for the Junior Church at 11 o'clock.
Caltary KpUcopal Church.
The Students' Sunda.v Club will meet
the rectory at 4 o'clock this afternon.
Broadway Methodist Church.
Sundai School. P:30. Preaching, 10:43 a.
m. and 7UU) n. m.. by the pastor. C. C.
Crimes. Ennorth league. 0:30 i m. Mu
sic: morning, anthem by the choir. "O. for
the wings of a dote": eteuing, solo ly Mrs.
C. O. Selders
AT THE THEATERS
Tnentj-Fhe Year Asro.
"Itudyard Kipling, a young man
who was raised in the jungles of In
dia, has been in Chicago and says
that he does not wish to return be
exuse the place (Chicasoi 'is inhab
ited by the savages.' "
"Some badly informed per-on who
desires to strike our state a foul blow
i heralding the statement that last
year the Kansas Agricultural College
had 100 students from Missouri The
Monday and Tueda A Paramount pic
ture. "Madame Ilutterfly." featuring Mary
Pickford. Also the tlrst episode of "The
.strange Case of Mary Page." with Edna
Mno and Henry I!. Walthall.
1 Wedne-diy and Thursday A Paramount
i picture. "An Alien." adapted from "The .
sign of the Rose." featuring Ueorge Beban
Also a Slduey Drew eomeili. The minage
Iment of the Columbia Theater recommend I
"An Allen especially. i
I'riday and Saturday A Paramount pic
ture. "The Masnuerader." from the stage
sniss-ss of the same name, featuring Hazel
Tlinoch the flptlnlre il.itfs on which the i
irolloning pictures will lie shown Ii.ne not
been decided, they will all be shown this
"The I.ilv and the Rose." with Lillian
i.ish. Roszika I.)lly and Wilfred Lucas.
"Aloha Oe." with Willlard Mack and Enid
Jiarkey. a Thomas II. Ince production.
There will lie two Keystone comedle
shown also, with Charles Murray. Louise
I'.irenila. Raymond Hitchcock. "Fatty" Ar
buckle and l'lora Zabclle
should be his best references.
Here are a few of our large orders for the
past year, which total over $6000.00. They
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TRIANGLE PLAYS FUR-
This week's program at
The Star Theatre
"The Lil and the Rose." with Lillian Gish.
Rnszika Dolly and Wilfred Lucas, we believe
strikes an entirely new note in motion picture
history. There are features of photoplay pro
ducton that make it of extraordinary attraction
and ultra-novel appeal. As for Lillian Gish.
who ha the leading role, she is truthfully de
scribed as beini; -most adorable."
"Oloha Oe." a romantic drama of San Fran
cisco and the South Seas, which has Williard
Mack as the star Enid Markey is also featured
in the romance, which is. perhaps, the finest ex
ample of artistic stagtn? by Thomas H. Ince.
Xothinu more realistic has been produced on
the screen than the ship laboring in a "white
And then, there are two Kej stone Comedies
with Charles Murray. Louise Fazenda. Raymond
Hitchcock. "Fatt" Arbuckle. and Flora Za
belle that outdo anj thing Mack Sennett has at
tempted for swift action
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takes mo' than two years to
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