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THE DA1LT aOSSOUWAIT, SUNDAY MOBSETO, APRIL 8, 1917.
W GET CLUBHOUSE
Plans Made for a $35,000
Home Here to Be Built by
Knights of Columbus.
TO SELECT SITE SOON
EASTER PROGRAMS IN' CHURCHES
Details Will Be Discussed
When Committee of State
Plans looking toward the erection
of a ?33,000 home for" Catholic stu
dents in the University will be com
pleted next week when a committee
ot the State Council of the Knights
of Columbus will meet here to select
a site for the building. The building
will be in the nature of a clubhouse,
with rest rooms, reading rooms and
game rooms, an auditorium and ac
commodations for thirty men "students.
It is intended to have the home serve
as a social center for the Catholic
students attending the University.
The new clubhouse conies as a re
sult of agitation by students who are
members of the Columbia council ot
the Knights of Columbus. At the state
convention of the order, held at Mary
ville last May, a resolution setting
forth the need of such a building was
introduced by the delegates of the
local council. The resolution was fav
orably received and was adopted by
the convention. It called for a per
capita tax of $2 on each council in
the state and was to become Effective
upon its adoption by the individual
Each council in the state has adopt
ed the resolution and the work of rais
ing the necessary funds has begun.
There are 10,000 members of the
Knights of Columbus in Missouri, and
$20,000 will be realized from that
source. In addition there have been
individual contributions. Archbishop
CJlennon pledged $1,000 to the fund,
and the bishops of Kansas City and
St. Louis have pledged ?250 each.
The local council is making the vis
it of the state committee, headed by
Joseph Kane of St. Louis, the occas
ion of a banquet, to be given at the
Virginia Grill, Monday evening, April
1C. Members will attend from Glas
gow, Moberly. Jefferson City, Mar
shall, Sedalia, Boonville, Mexico,
Martinsburg and Westphalia.
The program will include addresses
uy .ir. ivane, state deputy of the
Knights of Columbus, Frank Herbert
of St. Louis .the Reverend Father Mc
Cardle of Warrensburg, Scott Meyer,
of Hannibal, who was graduated from
the University in 1913, W. K. Stone of
Columbia, Prof. R. A. Muttkowski of
the biology department of the Uni
versity and "W. B. IS'ivert of Glasgow.
The Glee Club Quartette will sing.
White Rabbits and aH,EggAHant .at
The Baptist Sunday School will have
a special Easter program today. The
beginners and primary departments'
rooms have been decorated. A num
ber o'r white rabbits have been ob
tained and will be turned loose In the
Stephens College Auditorium and on
the Campus. One feature will be an
egg hunt. The child who finds the
most eggs will be given, a large choc
All of the classes will meet as usual
but the time will be shortened so that
Miss Sarah Anderson of the Christian
Education department of Stephens Col
lege can make a brief talk about the
week before the crucifixion of Jesus.
Baptismal services will also he held
at the close of the Sunday School ser
vice. Special Easter music has been
arranged. The program has been
.planned so that it will be of interest
to University students who are in Co
lumbia during the vacation.
The following Easter Morning
Prayer Service will be conducted by
the Christian Endeavor of the Pres
byterian Church at 8 o'clock this morn
ing in the auditorium of the church:
"The Greater Significance of Easter
to Us This Year" by James Quinn;
"The'Triumph of Life Over Death" by
S. P. Dalton; "What Easter Means to
the Christian" by Miss Hazel Hoff
man; "The Faith of Our Fathers" by
L. H. Capehart: "The Foundation of
Our Faith" by H. Lum Chung; "The
Resurrection and the Future" by Cur
tis Hurley; ".Meriting the Gift of
Christ"" by Miss Xancy Bonham;
"Spreading the Easter Spirit" by Miss
Special music will be furnished by
Miss Iris Pleas. The meeting is in
charge of H. E. Rasmussen and is open
The following program will be giv
en at the Catholic Church for Easter,
starting at 10 o'clock: Vidi Aquam by
the Rev. M. Wilkens; First Mass in
G, by Rosewigs; Introit, Graduate.
Communio, by A. Edmonds Toyer;
Offertory, Terra Tremuit, by J. Wie-
gand; Regina Coeli, De Merlier; O
Salutaris, by J. Wiegand; Tantum Er
go, by Fr. Verdussen; Te Deum.
at the evening service. The Rev. C. C.
Crimes will preach at both rooVnlng and
Primitive BaptUt. .
Services will be held at 7:30 o'clock tliU
evening at Belden Hall. Elder Jerry Itroun
First mass at 7 o'clock anil high mass
at 10 o'clock. A special Easter program
will be held at 10 o'clock. The sermon at
high mass will be "The Resurrection.'
There will be no evening service.
Today's Easter services will be held at
the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium. The theme
for the English sermon at :" o'clock to
night will be 'IChrlst Crucified, Our Divine
Ideal.' The German sermon at S-iO o'clock
will be "We Have a Living Savior." Text.
Mark jg: l-s.
JfO FASHION SHOW IS FRISCO
ARRANGE BABY WEEK EXHIBITS
Child Welfare Programs Planned For
The Child Welfare Exhibit, one of
the important features of Baby Week
vhich begins in Columbia April 15
and ends April 21, will open for visit
ors at 9 o'clock Monday, April 16.
The exhibit will be held In the Thilo
Building on Broadway, which has been
lent to the committee. A program has
been arranged for each day in the week
and since Baby Week is a nation-wide
movement, the committee urges that
eery man, woman and child in the
community show their interest by at
tending. Each d?y the exhibit will te
open from 9 until 12 o'clock in tne
morning and from 1 until 6 o'clock in
the aflernoon The program follows:
AT THE CHURCHES
Sunday School will be held at 9:30 o'clock
ami morning services at 10:43. The ser
mon by the pastor will be "The Empiv
Tomb. The Voting Peoples' Union 'will
meet at G:30 o'clock. Evening services
III begin at 7:30 o'clock. The subject
by .the pastor, the Kev. T. W Young, will
be. "The Question of a Decision." The
Easter services will rloso tho iim.nmh'
NEBRASKA HAD RECORD ACREAGE
High Cost of living Causes Vacant
Lots to Be Used for Gardens.
Ily United Press
LINCOLN. April 7. Nebraska's crop
acreage this year will be the greatest
in the state's history, but the crop yield
will depend on weather conditions.
The high cost of living, with the high
prices paid for farm produce, is in
part responsible for the increased
Only a normal wheat crop is expect
ed, for farmers say that the wheat is
.not strong and will require the most
juiuiauiu conditions irom now on
Where wheat has been winter-killed,
the farmers will plow and plant the
field with corn.
The high prices brought by garden
produce and by such staples as beans
and-potatoes, will mean an increased
acreage for these also.
One of the effects of the high cost of
living, which will be seen in cities and
towns all over the state, will be an in
creased number of gardens. In the
larger cities and towns every vacant
lot stands .a good chance of being used
for a gardenr"
Sunday School will be held at OAr,
o clock. At 11 o'clock Dr. W. W. Elwang
ulll speak on "We Know In Part." There
will be no evening services. The Social
Ircle will meet at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Wilkes Boulevard Mrtbodlst.
Sunday School will begin at 9:30 o'clock
and the morning services will start at 10:4,1
o clock. The Junior League will meet at
2:3(1 o'clock and the Senior League at fi:30
o clock. Evening service will start at 7:30
o clock. The Rev. C. O. Ramfonl will
preach at both services. Raptlsmal serv
ices will be held at the H.inlUt ChnrH, t
3 o'tlock this afternoon.
Monday. April 1C (Sprclul latlirc0
2 P. M Lantern slides on the rare ot the
3 P. M. Mothers Club of Crant School
will be present to hear a lecture
by Dr. M. P. Itavenel.
4 P. M. Demonstration of bathing and
dressing the baby by Miss Ethel
Tuesday, April 17 (Special Features)
1:30 P. M. Lantern slides on the care of
2 P. M. Demonstration of bed-making by
Miss Anderson, superintendent of
nurses at the Parker Memorial Hos
pltal. 3 P. M. .Mothers Club of Ilenton School
will be present to hear a lecture
by Dr. (Jujr L. Noyes.
Wednesday, April IK (Special Feature.)
2 P. M. Lantern slides on the care of the
3 P. M. Mothers' Club of Jefferson School
will be present to hear Dr. Schorer
of Kansas City.
4 P. M. Demonstration of modification of
milk by Miss Stanley.
Thursday, April 10 (Special Featurrk)
2 I'. M. Lantern slides on the care of the
3 P. M. Mothers' Club of the Lee School
will be present to hear a talk bv
Dr. Elmer Smith.
Friday, April 20. (Special Features).
2 I. M. Lantern slides on the care of the
3 P. M. Colored mothers' -luh will lie
present to hear Miss Stanley on
the care and feeding of the baby.
Saturday, April 20 (Special Featurrk).
1:30 P. M. Lantern slides on the care of
2 P. M. Mothers' clubs of rural schools
will be present to hear a talk by
Dr. C. M. Sneed.
3 I'. M. Demonstration of feeding chil
dren1 by Miss Illidegarde Kueelaud.
4 P. M. Demonstration of first aid to
the Injured by Hoy -Scouts.
The regular meeting of the Child
Welfare Association will be held Tues
day at 2:30 p. m. in Room A, Y. M. C.
A. Building. Mrs. G. F. Troxell will
review the plans for Baby Week to be
held April 15 to 21. Mrs. C. W. Greene
will talk on the Care and Culture of
Babies and Mrs. Grace Lindsey will
tell of the results achieved in child
welfare work in Kansas City. There
will be an election of officers for
the coming year.
Church Services May Become Jfala At-
tractloH Easter Sunday.
By United Press
SAN FRANCISCO, April 7. Easter
Sunday 1917 will be remarkable for the
fact that its observance in San Fran
cisco churches did not consist of a
fashion show as the main attraction
and divine services as an excuse, if a
movement started in Chicago and tak
en up in San Francisco is carried out
A coterie of girl members of a Chris
tian Endearor Society in Chicago start
ed the idea when they decided to keep
their fancy Easter bonnets and new
spring clothes in the dark recesses of
the family trunk on Easter Day and
to devote themselves to the spiritual
and not the decidedly material form of
worship. In San Francisco the Rev.
J. H. Harney ot the California Street
Church made the first step when he
requested that the choir of his church,
which is to render elaborate Easter
music, come -In simple raiment, just
to set a good example for the congregation.
called by the serious illness of her
Miss Harriet White 13 spending the
week-end at her home In New Frank
lin. An after-dinner piano recital was
given in the Christian College audi
torium Frldatnight by the pupils of
Miss Hornaday. The following num
bers were given: Phllopena, Lange,
Georgina Lewis; Mazurka, Meyer-Hel-
mund. Fay Miller; A Shepherd's Tale,
Nevin, Gwendolyn Hornaday; The
isiiase, nueinDerger, Elsie WhiteUS.!
Valse in D flat, Chopin, Callie Pyfclri
t,w.c..u., uuua.u. -uuared NowelH
Saltarelle Caprice, Lack, Opal Ceorrif'?
Scherzo in E minor, Mendelssofatsl
X UUllUt ASUliiajLT.
Students in the Christian
School of Expression gave a
In the college auditorium at an
umner recital tnuay night. The stT
dents taking part were Misses
George, Edna Baskett. Ruth ReiUey,"?!
auuc nrauiju anw urace Grimes.
Christian College Notes
CARRA"ZA '0T IMPRISONED
Illble school will lie held -t n-n nVit
and morning worship at 10:45 o'clock. Ser
mon. "Immortality or Following the
CJIeam." Evening worship will becln at
tsu xt clock. Sermon r vr-miiro,i iti.
Much Serving." Special musical programs
will be glen at both services. The Inter
mediate i.inleavnr will meet .it 3 nVi.w-L-
this afternoon. Preaching will be held at
7:30 o'clock Monday evening. A. L. Wills
Easter services will be held at the Cal
vary Episcopal Church today. Sunday
School will meet at 9:45 o'clock. The
morning services at 11 o'clock will consist
of morning prayer, the sermon and Holv
Communion. The Knights Templar will be
guests at the morning services. The Sun
day School will hold a festival at 5 o'clock
Instead of the regular evening prayer at
7:30 o'clock. The offering at the morning
services will be for the diocesan appor
tionment and the evening offering for the
domestic and foreign missions.
Communication With Mexico City Has
By United Press
WASHINGTON April 7. Commun
ication re-established today between
Mexico City and Washington revealed
no riotous fighting in the Mexican cap
ital and did not confirm the report
that General Carranza had been im
prisoned, it was announced at the
State Department this morning.
Miss Sarah Nachman is spending
the week-end at her home in Kansa3j
Miss Mary Wilson has gone to her
home in Ardmore, Okla., to spend the
Miss Lucile Cost is spending the
week-end with friends in St. Louis.
Miss Helen Murphy of Sapulpa,
Okla., is the guest of her sister, Miss
Marian Murphy, at Christian College.
Miss Naidine Moore is the week-end
guest of friends in Kansas City.
Misses Mary Warren and Louise
Drummond are spending Easter with
friends in St. Louis.
Mrs. Mollie Lumpkin of Ft. Scott,
Kan., is the guest of her sister, Miss
Bertha Hornaday, a member of the
Miss Rosa Brown, a former student.
returned to her home in Kansas City
on Wednesday, after a visit to col
Misses Eloita Stidham and May Es
tes Turner, left Wednesday night to
spend the Easter vacation at their
homes in Eufaula, Okla.
Miss Gladys Smiley is spending Eas
ter at her home in Hannibal.
Miss Helen Harvey is the guest of
relatives in Kansas Gity.
Miss Harriet Cravens left on Wed
nesday for St. Joseph where she was
AH should be happy on Easter Day
As Christ came forth to show us the way.
Make someone happy and give them a treat,
By bringing them here for sometning to eat.
You will make us glad, and they will be glad,
And declare,for our price,
the best meal they ever had.
Special Easter Dinner
Special Price 35c
Noon and Evening
Chicken Broth with Rice
Roast Young Turkey
Dressing Cranberry Jelly
Chicken a la King on Toast
Candied Sweet Pptatoes French Peas
Frozen Punch with Home-made Cake
Coffee Tea Milk
Sunday School will be held at 9:3
o'clock Preaching services will he .it tdr-i.-i
o'clock, and the choir will give a program !
of snecLil E-mter musff. Tho iMi ,-in
sing "The Lord is My Rock." hy Rogers. tenfl an all-day missionary meeting.
By United Press
EL PASO. April 7. Telephone com
munication between El Paso and the
outside world is crippled today as a
result of many long distance wires be
ing cut during the night.
Attend Missionary Meeting.
. Mrs. D. A. Robnett and Mrs. L. D.
ShQbe of Columbia, Mrs. Nan Sum
mer's and Billie Burkhardt of Jefferson
City went to Sturgeon yesterday to at-
TEXAS IT. PRESIDENT VISITS 3I.U.
Robert E. Vinson, Seeks cw Men for
Faculty in Tour of Universities.
Robert E. Vinson, president of the
University of Texas, was "In Columbia
Friday on a tour of inspection and a
quest for new members for the Uni
versity of Texas faculty. He has vis
ited the leading eastern universities
as well as those of the middle west.
In referring to the effect of the war
on the institutions he has visited, Mr.
Vinson said that he found a general
unrest. "Although I have been away
from Texas over three weeks, I ex
pect to find the University of Texas
seriously affected by the present war
library Meeting "ext Thursday.
There will be a meeting of those in
terested in getting a new public li
brary for Columbia at the Commercial
Club rooms at 3 o'clock next Thurs
Have opened a high class
Dental office In Colum
bia in Whittle Building,
DR. GRAY, Mgr.
We are prepared to give you first class work at a popular
price. We buy our supplies in large quantities which enables
us to give you work at a great saving.
In order that we may have an opportunity to get acquainted with
the people of Columbia and vicinity we are offering as a thirty
day special to clean every patron's teeth absolutely free.
Other Thirty-Day Specials 22K gold crowns and bridge
work $8.00 value $4.00 per tooth- Silver fillings, $1 and $2
value 50c Set of teeth $10.00 value, $6.00.
All our work positively guaranteed. Hours 8 to 6,
Sunday by appointment Phone 930 Red
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If you have not already had your battery tuned
up for the season, better see us right away.
Now is the time to prevent battery troubles dur
ing the coming season.
We have a rental battery for your use if yours
t While you're here, ask us for your Willard Serv-
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Phone 1000 gog Ch?rry
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