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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1920
I' HOPE IN CHINA
New Corsortium Is Real Chance
I , for Order in Stricken
NEW PARTY IN CONTROL
Success of Republic -Depends
Upon Aid From
bring order out of chaos So this stricken
The Anfoites, whose militaristic poli
cies disrupted parliament and emptied
the nation's treasury, are out.
The Chlhilites are in.
By CHARLES EDWARD HOCUE
(Cit4 PrMa Sttff CerrMpwulvace)
PEKING. Aug. 10 (5y. mail (.Anoth
er of China's innumerable V'il wars has
came to a close and todajr'the most opti
xatttic of the nation's well. wishers pro
fess to see a possibility thai the new
four Power Consortium wflTiie able to
that of Mexico. But with the overthrow
of the Anfuitet some hope is seen that the
Cruhili cabinet can beheld in check and
a repetition of former abuses prevented.
While the storms of war hare been
swirling about his head. President Hsu,
tn,j ,t . . , . . . . iwno cannot ue called a strong cnaracier,
jz :: ee.te: - -?. - "- .
is problematical. On one thing, however.
I He will retain his chair as president whib
everyone seems agreed; the consortium U '
Uuna a real hope. . If the business men
an effort is made to unite the various
factions in a constitutional convention at
and financier, of the United States. Creat "", A "on " '""llZl
B.itain. France and Japan see fit to fi- VETV"' "d "j
.. ,i.. . m- j- VTi. j- will be held and a new parliament Jonn
nance the republic, direct the expenditure T
of the funds they advance for that pur-J '
pose and stamp out militarism at the In ,ne meantime, the secessionists at
capital there is a good chance that it will Canton nave become so thoroughly e.n
he onlv a short time Lefore Thin, w.ll broiled among themselves that it is be
ha.e a government that is functioning I l"" .Ib tW will Welcome an ep-
normally. ponunity tor compromise anu pvnjcipa
Today the nation Is a ship without a
rudder. Without a constitution, a pariia
ment or any genuine cohesion between
the various provinces this vat country
presents" a spectacle almost as sad as
tion in a general reorganization of the
CHILEAN SCHOOLS LACK SPIRIT
Are now on sale and -are being disposed of very rap
idly. The sale is limited to 2400, and when that number is
sold no more will be obtainable. By buying a season ticket
you get $9 worth of football for $4. You,had better get
yours now. Tomorrow may be too late. Indications are
that the entire ksue of tickets will be disposed of by Wed
nesday. Get your ticket from the student salesman, or from the
Missouri Store, Co-Op, Drug Shop, Virginia Pharmacy or
Pennant. - .
GET YOURS NOW
Mls Lronor Lopex Tells of Cnlter
slly Life In Soulh Aarrie.
"We do not have school spirit in Chile
as you do here in the University of Mis
pouri," said Miss Leonor Lopez in dis-
' cussing the schools of her native country.
Miss Lopez is an instructor in Spanish
, in the Romance language department of
. the University, and is a native of iSanii
I ago de Chile. South America. She came
I to this country three years ago and enter
ed the University of Illinois from which
i she was graduated last spring with an A.
I B. degree. Miss Lopez was a member
1 of the Alpha Garana Delta sorority and
'president of the Woman's Cosmophtan
"I was even more frightened than the
average freshman," confessed Miss Lo-
. per, "when I first entered) those big class
es. Although I had studied enough Eng
lish to understand what the instructors
said, my tongue seemed stiff when I tried
to answer. My social life accustomed me
to the language more than anything else,
and now I feel very much at home in the
The University of Chde she said, lias
an approximate enrollment of seven
thousand, and the degrees rank higher
than those in the state universities in
this country. The students are all ath
letic, -and are especially fond of tennis
and soccer. There are no fraternities and
sororities, but literary organizations nhich
help to draw the )oung people together.
-I promied my parents I would go
back home at the end of two years." she
replied when asked how she liked this
, country, "and now I am starting on my
Good Old Southern Cooking With
Service for 220 of You
The ladies will like Columbia Catering because we are fixing special
reservation tables for them.
Our tables ire always covered with snow-white table,clothes and shin
ing silver. They remind you of the table your .mother sets for company.
The ladies will like the special dainties we have for them and our new
extra waiter service.
Coiumbia Catering Co.
Oyer White Eagle Dairy
'Just a step from anywhere"
THE uncertainty of this Fall weather
only requires some sortxof a light weight
. wrap to make one feel satisfactorily dress
.ed. Then, too, FASHION, this season, lias
been very considerate in selecting light
weight coats, sweaters and wool scarfs, to
have comfort as well as smartness and
youthful charm and grace. dS&i3k.
What a secure satisfaction trr know a
sport coat of many colors and designs may
be secured by little trouble, and at a sur
prisingly low price, too.
Then, equally jaunty and snappy, are the
wool scarfs that will match any costume, to
say nothing of the many sweaters, that ex
press true originality and saucmess.
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The Younger Women's Circle of the
Presbvterian Church will give a recep
tion for all Presbyterian women in the I
University and in Stephens and Chris
tian colleges toon. The exact date has
not yet been set.
The Men's Brotherhood is planning to
entertain Presbyterian men with a dinner.
Dean Miller's class for University
women has been re-organized and plans
to bold some kind of an entertainment
twice each month.
E. It. Newcomb, student secretary of
the Broadway Methodist Church, will
give an informal reception to Methodist
students tatending the University at 7:30
o'clock Friday evening at his bomev 508 i
South Ninth street.
Students staying at
Lulumbus Mudents Home will give a
dance Friday night. Each man will be
privileged to invite one outside couple.
Eliseo Quirino, a Filipno student and
president of the Cosmopolitan Club of
the University, was the guest of Dr.
Mar V. Dover, faculty adviser of the
Cosmopolitan Club, at breakfast at the
Daniel Boone Tavern Sunday morning.
Doctor Dover returned two weeks ago
from a vacation at her home, five miles
from Toronto, Canada.
The social which was to have been
given by the Christian Church Endeavor
Society law Friday night will be given
""J0? roming Friday night Beginning at
7:15 o clock. All young people of Co
lumbia and the University are innied.
Several parties are being planned for
the guests. Mrs. Miller will entertain
Friday evening with a buffet-supper for
hem and Saturday evening Mrs. Sykes
will entertain with a dinner party.
Other nartiM nll k. .... j i.
n the week.
Mrs. Ceorge H. Sabine, 102 Edge
wood avenue, entertained Sunday after
noon wiuV a tea for ,Pr. C W. Perky",
insirocior in the Art department of the
university. The house was decorated in
flowers with bowls of garden roses forra-
Session Will Be Held in Wash
ington, D. C, Sept. '
of his position as a neutral in
was allowed by. the various GuiunnWiM
to make an exhaustive study ot aKoaw
lam during the war.
Tlu. II-T..J :.. ;11 k miareaeaMd
pnm 'by Attorney General A. Mitchell Pataer,
congress iSecntMr, ot a.. N, I- ,, Daniels.
Mr. William Jennings Bryan, FeaVtal
Prohibition Commissioner John F. Kn-
jjaer, former Commissioner of Internal
ATTEND . Revenue Daniel C Roper, former Cong
ressman from Colorado, Edward T. Keat
ing, U. S. Senator WiUiam S. Keayon of
Iowa; Gov. Carl E. Mdhken of Maine,
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. H
Wine growing states will doubtless be
greatly interested in the attendance at the
Fifteenth International Conrrma Anini
ing the center piece for the dinning room i Alcoholism, of Dr.Eudo Monti, of Turin,
Dr. P. A.
of thavAnti-Salaon League sf Aaerica. l
and others, aH leaden 1st ketf rancctif
activkJea. The Secretary of State wtti
addreaa tha opening session.
.The Congress, being strictly teiemjfie
in" character, paaaea no resolutions anal
eoauaiu the delegates to no program, an
Usaf H m expecpsn uezv wtu ne iree ex- tt
preotion V opinion, especially on topic '.
touching the politieaL s i
U the Tax aUgt I
The Turk thinks anther Tenures all
injurious effects of nicotine.
table. The cuests were: Mr. and Mr I chemist of international renuie. rfitrnwr.
. . .... - --- - i . . i . rT
the Knights of ' wf Miller, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Step-'oro1 ne process of dealcoholizing liquort
jhens, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hederick, Mr. I Me. ""ok ne resulted In the ap-
ami Mrs. William C. Manly, Mr. and P""" cola pack method to the
Mrs. Max Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Clark. Mr., and Mrs. 1L S. Bill. Mr.'and
Mrs. J. W. Rankins, Miss Edith Miller,
Miss Louise Dudley and Miss Era John
Tomb and Key, national sophomore
inter-fraternity, announces the pledging
of; the following men:
'CancePool. Sigma Chi; WiUiam
Kiefej, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Harry
Uiapin, nit Umma Delta; Leonard
Poole. Sigma Nu; Ralph Euhanks, Alpha
Tau Omaga; John Bruce. Delta Tau
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Reid and Misses
Matine Christopher. Betty Campbell,
Alice Kurtz, Louise Lacy. Ruth Camp- j Delta; Arthur Wyatt, Phi Delta Theta;
bell. Verna Klin and Helen Eisleben j Richard White, Kappa Sigma; Albert
were dinner guests yesterday at the , Lanerty, Pi Kappa Alpha; Curtis Quim
Dylta Tau Delta house. (hy, Kappa Alpha; MUler Peck. Phi
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity
announces the following pledges: John '
W. Dailey and Carl McQuer of Spring-
1J. el! r II Wll' II 1.1
and Charles Scarritt of Kansas Cry: Ed- l,h?. V""7 "'JT1". Wtdn.
ward S. R,s.er. IJ,n.J- T -U. "f ''. uiolay home 6tf
.,-.,., r ,. . .. VAtlth Ivlflla l
The DeMoUyV junior Masonic frat
ernity, will entertain ail masonic students
don Dickinson. Clinton;
Dinner guest, a, the Phi Delta Theta Xion ?-. t Til
ouse Sunday included the foflowing: '-" V the "" Thf" Pl Hottw
iiusses Juliet rnce, Alyrene flouchin Guests at the Beta Theta Pi
ind Maud Oberman of Jefferson Civ: fnrdinnr .nd.. .. l-
Miss Louise Buffum. of Louisiana; Miss
es Irma Bewyer and Helen Wilkjns;
Hale Talbot and Calvin Sanderson of
The following were dinner guests at
the Sigma tu fraternity house Sunday:
conservation of grape juice. Dr. Monti
is now studying the use of the grape ex
tract in the preparation of bread. It is
stated his investigations have revolution
ized the viticulture in France and Italy
Among others who will Mrtkinale in
the Oingress held In Washington, Sep-
tember 21 26, will be the first representa-1
lives from the new nations created by the 1
Council of Versailles. Finland will send !
n- if...; tl-i c , .. . '
w. -iu iicieaius eppaia, me only
prohibition commissioner, other than John
F. Kramer of the United States, in the
world. Dr. Helenius Is chief of the tem
perance division of the social ministry, i
Poland is sending her distinguished stale I
attorney general. M. Class, of Warsaw.!
Czecbo-Slovakia has designated Professor
Zmhral, of Prague. Jugo-Slavia is send
ing Dr. Staitch, of the Serbian Cabinet,
bead of the Department of child welfare
and pubbc chanties.
Two of Germany's leading scientist!
appear at the International Congress ast
speakers, their entry being assured by
action of the Secretary of State in grant
ing tnem special permission to visit the
United States. One of these. Prof. G.
Aschaffenburg of Cologne, is director of
the psychiatric clinic of Cologne. .The
other. Dr. A. Holitscher of Karlsbad, is
head of the Karlsbad hospital for mental
and nervous diseases, famous throughout,
From London will come Dr. Caleb Wi-:
hams Saleeby, imentor of the steel trench
helmet. leading authority of the world on
Announcement has been received here eugenics, and at present chairman of the
JACK DALLyS SERVICE
Cleaning Pressing Altering
Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg. 8th St. Entrance
South Fifih street.
.Lawrence Fitch, Kansas Gty, and
Clarence Meloy, Joplin, were week-end
Thompson and son, Dan, Jr, of Trenton;
Amelia Tbbmpson and Mildred Zoncber,
of Joplia;. Betty Bruc of Fort Smith,
Art, Evelyn Frank and Edith Brown.
of 'the marriage of Miss Bonnie Selene
Anjeline Beasley. Helen Ludlow. Con- Hart of ' Ifavti. to John Blair Buckler
stance Barr. Zell Whitmarsh, Mildred a former student in the University. Mr.
Walker, Frances Hunt and Margaret Buckley. was enrolled in the School of
King. John D. Stillwell and J. V. Chil- Public Business and Administration in
Ion of Hannibal, Mo, were week.end 1917,11 Miss Hart is a graduate of tbe
guests of this fraternity. Southeast Missouri State Teachers Col.
,. - ... T" . lege at Cape Cirardeau.
nipna uatnma Kho, honorary agncul- .
tural fraternity, announces the nledrinr St. Man's Guild, of ih Pn;.-n.l
of the following members: S. F. Wain-, church, held its first meeting this fall
scott, Callao; William If own. Huni..ii the home .f Mr. n,L. r.,,;,.. i.
ville; A. G. Tidinrs. Moherlv: lili,,n 1(tfn R.,tw.iu ., .t vi..i-
R. Hobrecht. Sedaha; Olin Carter. La 'terjay afternoon. There were twenty
Platte; Cus Boefer and Ceorge John- members present.
son, St. Louis, and C. R, Talbert.' Cabot t- The Phi Mu somritr will hU on.
L i house from 8 to 10 JO o'clock Saturday
Mrs. C. B. MiileTsTewar. r,.A .l"1" e (?1?,.'r J":. .
Clenwood avenue, and Mr John Sykea. , ' x, l J', '' '"""" u'
511 Rollins street, will h... ,. ,Z2 ! ,a-. CTe d,nn" P"u " ""
guest, ,hi, weekend Mr. and Mr. I.1 Ma tmut Sundl'r-
rJiari, air. and .Mrs. L. P. Bonfoey. and
"' An "a. r. M. Alonroe. of Ouincv.
Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. R. It H...I.,... .-J
daughter, Mi Dorothy, of Carrollton.
-" Bhjr Yearly Timber Lo.
It is estimated that every year forest
fires in America destroy more than $200,
000,000 worth of standing timber.
could easily see why the
. feminine sex-spurns high shoes
tvheffljooked a( the hosiery at
ESTES. The silk and lace
. hose' have their usual appeal
to woman's love of the beauti
ful, and the wool ones are so
There are the heather mixtures in wool, and the plain
colors in smooth or ribbed effects. And listen, my dears,
82.50 will buy a dandy pair.
Lfl fl IL. &M
Birth Rate Commission of England. Po
land will be represented on tbe program
by a woman, Dr. S. Dasynftk& Golinska,
who led the struggle for Polish independ
ence years before the world war. a mem
ber of the faculty of law and social sci
ences of the University of Warsaw, who
as illustrative of her opposition to race
suicide has managed to rear a large fam
ily despite hermany public activities.
Lars Larsen Ledet, product of a race
of peasants found only in the extreme
northern part of Denmark, now a leading
European journalist, author; mod worker'
tn behalf of total abstinence, will have
an interesting story to tell of measure
against alcoholism taken in Europe dur
ing the war. Mr. LarsenLtdet, because
It is a recognized fact that no embellishment gives a woman
greater individuality than Tailor-Made clothes thereliable
kind. '' : ' '
She "looms up" as a shining light in all walks of life, and
commands the respect, esteem and admiration of everyone.
We have made a careful study of individualizing women
and are confident that we can satisfy you in every detail
of high-class tailoring.
We also do altering and remodeling .of ladies',garments.
. Wolf son
Importer and.Tailor, t-Women
UP 'E COMES
GRAB A SOCK
Commercial Club Room
7:00 p. m.
Usual Convocational Ceremonies
With Variations. rj . '
A good hunch at a good school',"
in a good town.
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EAT AT THE
New York Lunch Room
.. '' - 917 Broadway.
21 Meal Tickets for $5.00
This entitles you to three meals a day. Our dinner includes a choice
of five meats, two kinds of vegetables, bread and butter, "ice cream orpie,
and coffee, tea, or milk.
-;' For breakfast we serve Southern Waffles with Maple Syrup. , ,
T :r PURE FOOD -
is more than'a matter of legislative enactment. Food preparations may. still
legally contain ingredients which the consumer, who takes an intelligent in
terest in his health, will not cat. The spirit behind the movement for better ,
food is more or less effectively expressefl in. the Food Law, but the hoMst '
purveyor is not satisfied with a mere compliance with the letter oMiekw. ."
Having caught the spirit he serves food at a quality often be?od legal 're-
mnmmvni- lw siatpc what lie is dointr: and he natinstlv ua'Ci. fi u: :. i
uu..M...., - .. ..- aw E ......, nans mu irsKnn..nv- - ,
difference to be replaced by public endorsement.
. i ' $? "0
" , WHITE EAGLE CREAMERY BUTTER SERVED EXCLUSIVELY
All cooking done under the supervision 'oi 1J ?"' .
"Beat the High Cost of Living"
place where one can, f
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