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EELIGIOX IX THE SCHOOLS
A notable meeting was held recently
Jn Carnegie Hall, New York, by Catho
lics, Protestants and Jews to consider
the institution of some form of religion
In the public schools of the country.
It was agreed that although technical
differences exist between the faiths
of the three great church classes rep
resented, there were nevertheless mor
al principles common to all which
should be fostered daily. These traits
of character, it was declared, should
be inculcated in the children of the
country by the public schools.
Fear of doctrinal teaching of the in-
stilling Of a denominational creed in
the minds of the pupils has, of course,
been the primary reason for prcf
hibiting religious teaching in the
schools of the nation. To a degree the
apprehension was justified, but with
the inception of a broader religious
spirit, which is being ushered in
through the'Y. M. C. A. activities in
America and among soldiers abroad,
sectarian lines are becoming dim and
religion as a moral necessity in life
is being recognized. The curriculum
of the public school would not only
be materially strengthened by the
inclusion of a course in Bible study,
but the teachings of this inspiring
book would accomplish much in the
improement of school work generally.
Aside from the religious value of
Bible study, the Bible is worthy of
reverent study from the standpoint of
literature. Some of -the greatest of
orators and writers have formed their
style upon 'its stately -passages. It
has been too long a reproach to all
denominations that because they could
not agree how religion should bo
taught In the public schools, there
.should be no-religion whatever.
Organization In Faring.
Editor the Mlssourian: Under the
same mistaken principle that caused
Eighth street, Paris Road and Broad
way to be made crooked, sidewalks to
be laid at all levels, unimportant
streets tc be made wide and import
ant ones narrow, the people of Colum
bia, under disorganized guidance,
continue to make blunders in town
Sexton road is paved out to the
end of the district. St Joseph street.
Wilkes Boulevard. Fourth. Third, St.
James, Elm and many other streets
in the heart of the town upon which
there is considerable traffic and upon
which there might be much driving
remain unpaved. "Scrappy" paving
has characterized the city of Columbia
since the first street was paved.
It has not been altogether the fault
of remonstrating property owners
that has caused lack of system in
laying pavements. It has been a lack
of organization on the part of the
city's management to a great extent
and to a degree the fault of the entire
property owning population of Co
lumbia. When a street is ordered
I paved, to remonstrate and thwart the
I good intentions of the council and
those who submitted the petition is
to do an injustice to those who have
paved and mortgaged their homes to
pay for it, certainly. A person who
owns property should expect to aid in
Improving the town and he should be
made feel that responsibility. But so
ciety cannot be blamed for blunders.
Property owners have had injustice
done them in certain parts of the
town where streets were made wider
and more costly than in other parts.
Eighth street from Broadway to
North Boulevard was made 24 feet
wide. Range line was made 30 feet
wide. It is hard to explain the reason
yet many such procedures in paving
have been enacted. They have caused
prejudice. They argue for a different
system of ordering paving done and
for a better system of paying the
Starting from Broadway, streets
closest in, busiest and most essential
to the needs of the city should have
been paved first. The paving of
others next in position and import
ance should follow and so on. Some
streets necessarilly have to be made
wider than others. All therefore
should be paid for out of the common
street improvement fund. It is too
late now to start, but citizens who
have paved and done their part to
ward improving the city should at
tempt to find out why other streets
are Tint nnverl ninlov Plm T.nuct
'and a few other streets should come
the two, rebelled and went tramp
ing for the summer. And the story
thereafter follows Kenny on hi
pursuit of his son, down the high
ways, through woods and comcribs,
clear to the river and the house at
the top of the hill. What Kenny
finds there arrayed in brocade and
reminding him of his Ireland of
fancy ushers in a new phase' and a
new experience for him. His struggle
with himself and his gradual awaken
ing through the keenness of Adam
Craig's tongue to a realization of the
meaning of life and of love, all
comes from the rebellion against sun
sets. Kenny learns sacrifice and that
happiness comes from the least un
happiness to others. And from this
new experience develops the real
Kenny who had been lying dormant,
in the King of Youth. A good story it
is and one that leaves no bitter taste.
(The Reilly and Britton Company.
unicago; cioin, illustrated, 47a pages
AT THE CHURCHES
Sunday school -will be held at 9:30
o'clock, -with classes for University
students under the direction of the
Rev. W. L. Halberstadt. The Rev. S.
W. Hayne will preach his second ser
mon on "The Deity of Jesus" 'at 10:45
o'clock in the morning. The Epworth
.League will meet at 6:30 o'clock and
the evening services will be held at
7:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Hayne
will preach In the evening on "The
Man on the Fence."
Daily Hoover Hint
Good for the Hungry Man.
Take two cuis of boiled navy
beans, add four tablespoons butter.
1-4 cup cornmeal, two cups sweet
milk, salt and pepper to taste. Stir
well, put in buttered baking-dish and
bake one hour. No. SOS in Miller
Shoe Company's contest.
THE NEW BOOKS
"Kenny." or KenniCott O'Neill, the
unsuccessful parent of a 23-year old
boy who rebelled at painting sun
sets and'-who was too methodical to
live the life at the Holbein Club with
his father, "Kenny," 44 years young
and afflicted with unquenchable
youth, is the hero of the novel of the
same name of Leona Dalrymple,
author of the -J10.000 prize novel,
"Diana of the Green Van." and of
"The liveable Meddler."
The day-to-day existence led by
most of the members of the Holbein
Club and by the O'Neills in particular
and the oddities of artist folk, the
habit chairs had of becoming hidden
under their loads of odds and ends,
the ease with which psaltery sticks
get lost, the superiority of bouillion
cups over those with one handle
which soon gets broken off, the com
munity ownership of chattels all I his
is told when the O'Neills live at the
Then the son, Brian,, the oldor cf
EXCELLENT MILITARY PROGRESS
"This war is sure SDoilinir the
army." said a regular at the time of before Clark's Lane surely.
the Spanish-American war. "so many
-civilians are being accepted." That
may have been true then, because
dlonels were commissioned merely
because they recruited men, generals
were appointed because they were
politicians and "sons of fathers" -were
given commissions in an ex-officio
Now absolute fairness rules the
choosing of candidates for offices.
There has .not been the slightest sug
gestion of favoritism or of politics.
Men closely connected with those
high in political circles have been
passed over and sons of day laborers
have received commissions.
The training camps have also
proved General Wood's assertion that
a six months' intensive training was
all that was needed to make enlisted
men fit for service. The men from
the training camps are not going to
"spoil the army." The whole army
tradition has been against the inten
sive training idea and our success in
that line will revolutionize army
The graduates of the military train
ing camps are not completely edu
cated officers, hut as compared with
our Civil War and Spanish War they
are far superior. In the Civil War
as late as 1864. regiments were re
cruited of which not a man and per
only one or two officers had ever had
any military training.
When the regiments go to the front
now they will not be allowed to
dwindle away under fire and then be
replaced by raw recruits they will
be replaced by men from the canton
ments, men who have had intensive
Physical courage depends on bodily
strength and intrepidity, but the cour
age that enables one to go on when
everything is against him and en
ables him to smile when all the joy
of life is gone depends on grander
stuff. Like Adam Lindsay Gordon
said, it is one of the things that stand
"Life is mostly froth and bubble.
Two things stand like stone:
Kindness in another's trouble.
Courage in your own."
Substitute for Wheat Oatineal Bread.
1 cup liquid (water or milk)
1 cup rolled oats
1 tablespoonful of sugar
1 tablespoonful of salt
1 tablespoon of lard
Pour scalded liquid over all rest and
let cool. Then add 1-4 cake of dry
yeast, which has been dissolved in
1-4 cup of water, and one cup of
wheat flour. Let stand until morning
and mix the same as ordinary bread.
Above will make one large loaf and is
fine. No. 504 in Miller Shoe Com
Wilkes Boulevard Methodist
Sunday School -will be held at 9:30
o'clock and morning services at 10:43
o'clock. The Junior League will meet
at 2:30 o'clock and "the senior league
at 6:30 o'clock. The men's Bible
class meets at 3 o'clock. Evening
services will be held at 7:30 o'clock.
Prof. Ernest Lunsford will lead the
special chorus at both morning and
evening services. Evangelistic ser
vices will continue throughout the
week at 7:30 o'clock with 3 o'clock
meet at 6:30 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing will be held at 7:30 o'clock Wed
nesday night The Thanksgiving ser
vices will be held at the Christian
Church with a sermon by the Rev. S.
W. Hayne of the Methodist Church.
The offering that morning will be giv
en to Armenian and Syrian relief.
Students and visitors are cordially in
vited to these services.
St Paul A. M. E.
Sunday School will be held at 9:30
o'clock. Preaching services will be
held at 11 o'clock. Junior League will
meet at 6:30 o'clock with MI3S Irma
Washington, leader. The evening
services will begin at 7:30 o'clock.
There will be a solo by Sila Booth.
The Rev. K. H. Ehlers of Marshall
will preach. The service begins at
7:30 o'clock. The subject will be
"Through Luther to Liberty." All
services in English.
Sunday School will begin at 9:30
o'clock. The morning services will be
at 10:45 o'clock with a sermon by the
pastor, the Rev. T. W. Young on the
subject, "Does God Care For Us?
Young People's Union will meet at
6:30 o'clock. Evening services will
be at 7:30 o'clock. The subject of the
sermon will be "The Companions of
PEANUT MEAL AS IIOIJ FEE!)
Substitute Found for More Expensive
In the past, peanut meal has not
been widely used for feeding pur
poses because it has not been on the
market in sufficient quantity to war
rant feeders depending on it as a
part of the daily ration.
Cottonseed oil, however, has ad
vanced so high and the demand for
it has become so great that a search
has been made for a substitute. The
peanut has been selected. Peanut oil,
it is believed, will take the place of
the cottonseed product for artisan and
The result is that hundreds of car
loads of peanut cake will be turned
out from factories in Texas alone dur
ing the coming year.
This product tests about 47 per
cent protein, and some grades of tank
age are no higher in nitrogen content.
Tankage commands about twice the
price of peanut cake on the open mar
ket. The peanut is a common feed in
Europe, where it has given good re
sults with all classes of stock. Now
that it will be available in large
quantities in this country, successful
hog feeders say it is the coming pro
tein supplement to use with corn and
will, in a large measure, take the
place of tankage.
Sunday school will be held at 9:30
o'clock with classes for everybody.
Morning worship will be at 11 o'clock
when the pastor, the Rev. W. W. EI
wang will speak on "What is Chris
tian Liberty?" Evening services will
be held at 7:30 o'clock. Young
People's meeting will be held at
Bible school will meet at 9:30
o'clock. There will be special classes
for students and the men in the city
are invited to attend the men's class
taught by the Rev. W. C. St Clair.
Morning worship will be held at 10:45
o'clock with a sermon by the pastor.
the Rev. M. A. Hart, on "Loyalty of
Christ and His Church." Evening ser
vices will be at 7:30 o'clock. The
subject of the sermon will be "The
Individual and the Kingdom." Inter
mediate Endeavor will meet at 3
o'clock and Senior Endeavor will
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
State of Missouri,)
County of Boone.)
In the circuit court, in vacation before
January Term, 1318.
A. L. Corntbwalte. Plaintiff,
The unknown consorts, heirs, devisees,
donees, alienees or Immediate, mesne or
remote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees
of Alex Stewart, deceased; John ilnrvie,
deceased; William It. Spence, deceased;
Kllas C. Redmond, deceased, and Mar
garet E. Itedmond, deceased, aud each of
them respectively, and all persons whom
they claim and all persons claiming or who
might claim the same by, through or under
them or either of them. Defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI. To the above
unknown defendants. fJKEETINO:
You are hereby notified that an action
has been commenced against you In the
circuit court of Boone County, in the State
or Missouri, aoecting the title to the fol
lowing described lands and tenements, ly
ing, being and situated In Boone County,
Missouri, to-wlt: Fifty-three and one
third acres (53 1-3), the south part of the
southwest quarter (1-4) of section twenty
nine (29), and fifty-three and one-third
(53 1-3) acres the north part of the north
west quarter (1-4) of section thirty-two
(32), all In township forty-nine (49), range
twelve (12) west of tne 5th. P. M., which
said action Is returnable on the first day of
the next term of said court, to be held
at the court house in the city of Columbia.
noone county. Missouri, on the 7th day of
January, 1318, when and where you may
appear ana answer or otnerwise uerenu
such action; otherwise plaintiff's petition
will be taken as confessed and judgment
Witness my hand as clerk of the
circuit court of Boone County, Missouri,
and the seal of said court. Done at of
fice In Columbia. Missouri, this 1st day
of November, 1917.
(SEAL) JAS. E. BOGGS.
E. C. Anderson.
Atty. for Plff.
Evangelistic services. The Rev. 0
Tillman, pastor. "
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I Eat 'Em Up Tigers
The United States government has
announced plans to nse sharks' skins
as substitute for leather. It might be
well to find some other use for the
money sharks who are gobbling up
abnormal war promts.
Rome said the Italian army re
treated with skill. What the Allies
want to see is an advance with skill.
The Freshmen are eating up our S3. 00 hats like the Tigers will eat up Kansas. ' Get yours nowfor the big game.
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