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THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1920
IS CALVARY OF
Major T 1 Dickson, Class of
89, Scnior.Combat Qiap
"'lain During War.-Speaks
S'6 MAN CAN DESCRIBE IT
Speaker Calls Bailie in 1916
OneTJ.at Will -Live Forever
in aicmory ot Hu
. . inanity.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE I
Clad Itoberls. 1109 Locust street,
left yesterday for Ilallsville.
Final quarterly examinations are be-
Inn Mil at the Columbia High Miool
Mrs. Lewis Collier ami ton, Dean, 721
Missouri amine. left yesterday for a visit
with relatives in Laredo, Mo.
Mrs. J. W. Smith left yesterday for
Iier Iionie in Kansas tjljr altervititing
rort. The girls bad cast their ballot
daring the day, at one of the polls oc
each floor of the'building, While going
Ihrourh the process of casting a ballol,
the students incidentally learned tlie de
tail and method by which ai president is
cheen. Tlie election was given under
the auspices of the- Social Democracy
Club, vhicli is a rombinalion of tlie his
lory department and the social science
U. H. S.iManual'Traitting.Students
Do "Voijc cfeReulanCarpenters
?.fi-s Louise Liddfe of St. Joseph lias
arried in Cnluinhia to attend Stephens
her daughter, Mis Alb Smilh at ihe1 College. She is accompanied h tier par
Kappa Alpha Theta hise.
Miss Grace E. Maker and Mrs. F. It.
7ugg left eterday 'for llieir linme
Hale, alter Mailing a week, mill
i nts, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1! Liddle who who
uill return home tomorrow.
brother. W. If. Baker. 501 South Fourth Ji..jKjl. U TT J-UU
Major Tlun I n:i..
Ll il Uni,rre!tr of JliMoim of the class
M IbW. who scLjyved -dislincliou for
uiumi ana Honor for fcu Alma Mater
n the peat worWvar', as senior combat
tuapiain ot ine American Eapediliinarj
touts, spftLe' la'l ni-llt i'n llie Uniier.
Jty auditorium on '"America and the Bit-
if ot Verdun.
"There is a building in tlie city of
Faru known s the. Pantheon de h
Guerre erected for the purpose of per
rctuating forms and faces of men who
haw wrought wonderful deeds for risili."
zalion. Colors, meaningless in themselves.
Jolm I. Shea), specialist in marketing.
(left jesterda) for Carthage to attend a
marketing meeting: held in Jasper Count)
1....! lU ,.r.!rM nf lU i,niv f.n. I,... TT." T... f 1- tYTtll Xf.t TV
graduate : "" ' .f-.u. - university oiris win jum au-
V D. FJmisK dean ,.f .he Bible1 moixow Night to Se-,
SJkxJ. left Tuesday Jor Indianapolis, lect Subject.
ImL, to altend a railed meeting of tlieev-i ' ' ""f
ecutne committee of the NaUunal Boanl L Tlir Bible Study Groups. na-T the
of Eduction of tlw Christian Chunk auspices of tlie V. M, a A. held Iheir
Women students who wih lu make ap- initial meeting ftonr 7.. to :Ij luexla)
plicatfii for rooms in llie Co-operative "'W't. All. women id the Univtrsity are
llouv for next term ma) do so in the Y. I eligible to attend any one of ihqVroiipa.
Vf. C A. nnim at Academic Hall, accord- aaording to Mi& Lacilc Meinlioffer, who
in to Mis Margaret Hat kins president has cliar3 of the vwirt.
of the K C. A. ' Mi Meinhoffer saf that stalUics
.Si of the grade school teacners of Co- show leso tlian. SO Pet cent of iho women
lunibia are planning to altend tlie Stale, in llie- I'lmersity attend church. The
hare been touched by tlie imaginalion of 'ifT" ,TT, T," i?- ' Y' U C " Ma ,l,e oa relijiou
isL so tli.ii .,. ...mJ . t...tiV"' J"" V" "" -'"- -,"-"7. organization lor women on tne campus.
D)-art, wIm is a delegate from the Com-jhas dy.elope.1 these Bible sid group,
munily Council, Miss Grace Lockridge , r(a,.j, j,,, mU th , oriin;ltjr al.
and Mm Km.!) Finley ,U repres.4t ihe ,rnj tmnb fcotL kll, tamt
Jeffetson NU. Mlws Mary A.m. ;,,, lhr fJmrch Ut , ,
M.W. Crace iHuIe and T.ll.e . clla.g ' ,h
mill KD 1IUU1 II1C AN-llloiI OCUtNIU ISOnC Ol
the teachers from the Lee, Grant or Eu'
gene Fields schools are planning to at
tend the meeting.
tne 'artist, so tlial one seems to ManO
again In the ecstacy of war. In the back.
gfoBnd of one of ihe lale masterpieces
eelebrating ihe beroes of the allied pow
er ir the late war, are painted in silver
the names' 'of the place celebrated in lliat
war: Resplendent in gold and leading all
me surer -names is the name or tliat place
which means to civilization what the res
urrection of'Christ is to the souL If this
puce had fallen, civilization would hate
well thrown back centuries, or wojd
haw? been obliterated. This place that I
dare breathe in the same breath with Cal
vary is Verdun.
"In 1916. army afier armv of tlie cen
tral powers was lost in an attempt to cap
ture Verdun. They struggled in mines
beneath tlie earth and in airplane. 10
000 feet in air but they neser t..k Ver
dun. Toor children and )our children's
children will write poems and build tem
ples to the American regulars who helped
to iaie Verdun. The first expedition of
the American army was loaded on four
transports. The "Saratoga" was sunk
and onc-twrlfth of ihe troops went diWn
before we left sight of New Yotk Gty.
Zigzagging here a hundred miles and
there a hundred miles with war vessels
c.f our juvy in front, at our sides and at
the rear of us. we crossed the waters to
France. As I climbed upon the rigging
t our ship and looked at that grand sight,
I could nit help singing. The army and
naij forever, Tlirce cheers for the red,
white and blue.7
tSoon after Teaching France 'Major
Dickson encountered a patriotic French
voman wlio said to him, Go back to your
home. Take your soldiers with you. Let
France be sacrificed, but let America be
the- hope of the world."
"Better were it that America be ob
literated" said Major Dickson, ""than that
America should turn her back on a suf
Afler speaking of the battles of Can.
tiny, Soissons, and the Marne,
Students In the manuel training de-'
partraent ot the Unjwrslty Iligh.School
are remodeling sections of?tlu school
building this term as "a part -i pti.
gram of practical work which has been,
outlined for them by their teacher, J. M.'
Hyde. In order thai the boys may learn
some of the practical phases'ot carpentry,
Mr. Hyde has undertaken a series of lobs
about the school building which range
in size from the erection of apparatus
rabinru t the tearing dWn and recon
struction of walls.
The need for a specH lipewrilinz
room to- accommodate part of the high
school's, commercial department is b.g
met at present. The room formerlr oc
cupied by tlie boys todct and showers
and the room formerly usai .as a leach.
fts" cloak closet are undr""process of
transformation. The wall 'between them.
hat been, torn down, and the one largo
room will house the t)peirriting depart
ment. The manual training 1lud6it
Lave done all of the work, proving them
scltcs equally handy with rummers
IchUels and crowbar.
Accurar) ami nearness ate. qua lilies
which llie ! are taught lo develop
Neatness in design rharactcriies the
archway which they -are constructing over
tlie opening between the two sevlioa of
the typewriting ilcpartnunt, and great
accuracy is dipla)ed in the coiulruclTon
of landing which will act as a partition
far a small cloak closet at one end ol
the room. 4
The Iw)s already; have completed a set
'they"" ""ft neglecting the smaller one.
Each month scores of flower standi, ped
estals, screens and other useful articles
are buih,tusually for use in the Element
ary School. Utility fs emphasized. Mr,
Hyde formerly was a carpenter in the
employ of the I'niversily. and directs the
work of thrsnanual training department
from a practical rtlher than a Iheoteiical
The'boys do all of llieir wort during!
schoolhnurs. The manual training per
iod iT10tl lainutes in lenclh. elendinc
Itver two i.tdjnat)' recitation Imurs. There
ainl'ircr sections" of students, wilh fif.
Icen in each sVctiop. Dr. J. L. Mrriam.
professor of school supervision in the
(Jniversilv, and W. F. Knox, principal of
the Univrrsily High' School, are ro-oper-ating
wilh .Mr. Hyde In bis effort to
make III' knowledge acquired in the roan
Hal training department an asset in after
1921. If the money is not subscribed le
cally'hy that lime, the $1,000 offered by
the slJte will revert-to the sute treasury.
Mrs. Pint Williams Si president of the
War Mother orginizatiorrfteTe. and Mrs.
W. B. NoweUns-wttary.-
progresa in Montana and Wyoming.'
Some damage to shocked erain is" re
ported front the Western ctistricts of
Montana. The yield an3 qvality of the
crop is below average in -North Dakota.
CORN CROP IS
OUT OF DANGER
aTeaneaee is harrestin il.
Jay CTopiftj&e history of the state. .1
fifth entting of alfalfa is being masle J
uuanoma, sui is rather light d4
Cotton riiekinr is maklnr eood nrog- r",".''' "."-c '"'m ."""S 1
'11. "1 r, .t-. ?..:.!. J :.1 ? oe "Y rain.
A'AIl SIOTHEBS TAKE PART
Stephens College Notes
Tlw V. W. C A. gave a dinner at the
-ollegr Monday evening followed by a
party in the gymnasium The tables were
decontc' in Hallowe'en color schemes
and each was different from the rest. The
dinner was marked by weird songs and1
thistle that came no one knew whence.
Everyone was dressed either as witches
ghosts or other characters who appear
on Hallowe'en onl). The gymnasium was
decorated wilh leaves, pumokins and
Each group will study a 'afferent sub
ject, and the gitls are urged to attend
the group whost subject Is ot- most inter
est lo them. Fundamentals in Religion.
Historical life of Christ, Th'e Gospels,
Tlie Letters of Paul, and Correialion of
Social and Religious Life are sour of the
suggested subjects. Each group will make
Its own selection, however, tonight.
Tlie hour has been set immediately
after dinner, from 7 to 7:45 o'clock, so
as not lo conflict witli'oiber dub meet
ings and engagement, according'to Mi
Meinhoffer. The rourse will eitend over
six or eight weeks, meeting ?aeh Tues
The groups will meet in Read Hall and
the following -soroiilv houses- ' ITmiu
trees generally and t about finished in
Florida and Louisiana."" The crop in
southeastern Arkansas is the? lightest in
years. Ceorgia and 'North 'Carolina re
port a light yield with little top growth
and the Tennessee- crop is only fair.
Hessian, Flvjs Troubling Grow- & !l? L'n! "jl?'' QMH "lr
. v- 1 1 r" . planted xrop in Oklahoma 11 light.
ing Fiehls in Eastern Pl(.Un. , Ute teli, ., ae tuJieL
' Kail'sas. but owing to the scarcity of pickers many
Tlie corn crop throughout tlie. entire
country is now practically beyond tli
danger of frot damage, according 10
report irreitfd for the pat week by
F A. I-rycan, agricultural tal!tician for
Misouri. The crop' iange from good
to excellent in all of the leadin; corn
growing states and for the country as a
whole. Cutting for silage i practically
complete. Huklng lias commenced in
man) stalce. OrcrSuws in the fertile
bottom-, of the northeastern section of
MAsistippi have deiro)ed much of the
late planted crop there.
the seeding l winter wheat is in
ilfrtakcn la taic SI.000 immediately in
order la receive tlie 1.000 offered bv the
01 cabinets lor use lit llie ptisies depart-1 rule nQlissouii as a duplicate for evtr)
Will Try fa's Raise $1,000 Soon for
llie lmencau war .Molliers'cliaptrr ot. the seeding I winter wheat is 11
Columbia-will lake part in the American progres. but tlry soil U delaying germi-
Legion Armistice llay parade here No
vember II. They will form an escort
for a Urge American Hag into which do
nation for llie; mother 31,000 memor
ial fund ma) be expendnt .
Tber motlters of Columbia Iiave uu
ment. and they ate completing several t$l)00"siibeiibfl for uc fu the cansttuc-
storerooms in tlie hawmeu. When the iim of soldier memorial.
lypewiiting room is completed, the man- Every ujrjinollier in Boone County,
uat training students will .remodel thrwlietlwr a member of h War .Mothers
uecoraieu wuu leaves, pumoxins anntt" t n . -. rr
comstalU The'girls bobbed for apples, Ppa T1,nmi'.S'. f P1"'XjPna Alpha
told 'fortur.es and ate popcorn, ginger- JrVf J?. . "V0,1 0n"gl- I)Its
i..t .i ,i 11 .. IMta. and Alplia Delu PL
1 Jntetesting speakers will be on the pro-
me department ot physical education 1 g at eacn bouse. .
of the college has adopted a new system I
for deciding merit in gymnasium work !,,x CONCERTS TniS SEASON
east wing of the first floor hall to ac
comodate the remainder, of llie commer
cial department. Last year the students
inclosed various sections, ol the school-or,
fices with railings.
The biggest job which Mr, HrJenJ
Lis carpenter wilt undertake tlus year
will be the construction of 100 lockers mi
tlie basement, for tlie boy students. TJie
boys, will Jmihl all of the lockers theni
(elves, and equip llnm with padlocks.
Although the students are spending a
large part of their lime on the large jpbj,
nation, harr) imiwii held are up, hut
need rlin in Colorado, Indiana. Central
and T ctcm Kansas, Central Montana,
Nebraska. Illinois Ohio, Oklahoma and
Wyoming. Worms are raning some
damage to growing firlds In the vest'rn
eclion.f Oklalmma. The Hessian fly
is beginning 10 lie troublesome through-1
out Ihe eastern half of Kana.
Threshing of spring wheat sliB in
field have not een touchnL Much di
satisfaction is being expressed ihrvugh
i.ul the cotton country l the effect that
the present jitice are nl. equaling the
lontnbutug memoerslnri m jjj
u 10.UU; suslaitiuig
11000V There shnnld be 100 ,
tXOTH ASD RXtS. BUTTS
Make the Best Trimmln
Dresses.' We make them tofTo,',
me pretnMe in all Style, and Smtt
hk imj jou oruer.
I. WOLFSO.Y, laaJes.1
Miller BuHJing ;
organization or not. is r'nuetled la march
in the Armistice Dayr-parade. Autoiruv
biles will.be furnilied for the gold star I
mother. ,lh' tdolhers will meet at JJIO
o'clock on the afternoon of the parade jn
front of tlie- Stephen College .rampu on
hast Broadway. t I
The mothers will conduct an organized
campaign do raise J 1,000 during llie I
-month bfDecembCr. According to the
law passed, by the i-tatc Legislature, the
state; will giie $1,000 to every county '
whkh rai-e flXX) liefore January 1 '
Dickson said that the proudest moment
ol the American soldier was reached
writh the Invitation to engage in the bat
tte pf Verdun.
and of awarding sweaters and Ss for
sweaters to students.
Mrs. Robert Simpson says the s)stem
is satisfactory as it gives all (Indents tn
opportunity to earn a sweater. The to
tal number of points one student ran
n-ale, is 7S.. It is practically impossible
to nuke the whole number in one vear.
The average junior will make thirty-five
or fort) in one )ear and with very great
effort and much time may attain sixty.
This will permit the senior returning to
eraduate to make the remaining early in
the jear. She will be able lo wear ihe
sweater, nearly all jear long. There will
be no inter-college basketball gamen. The
time will lie spent in baseball, swimming
and interpretive rvthm. In the sprinz
.Major he swimming classes wdl pse their an
aual water fete. There are classes
high diving- and in advanced swimming.
Both elates are doing splendidly .and are
r looking forward to more difficult feats
"For forty two dajs and mghls our men itigerl), Mrs. Simpwn said yesterday.
engaged in a battle in which more steel
Phi Ma Alph Ticteln Will Go On
Students may attenU the six musical
programs to be presented ihi ie !,
Jhi Mu Alpha for approximately what
u wouia cosj 10 see tlie same number of
moving pietores. The special rale' for
reason tickets, which wUl allow students
to attend the performance riven under
the, auspices of Phi Stu Alplia, is tZ.
The tickets, which will be placed on
sale next, Saturday, will be good for
performance by the following musicians:
Eddie Brown, violinist; Reinald Werren-
rath, baritone; the Zoellner Quartet;
Schmilz. pianist: Lambert Murphy, tenor,
and Mabel 'C-amton. lonrano.
I AH c.f these concerts will be given in
Jlie l.'niversit) Auditorium at 8:15 o clock
in the evening.
Makes Writing Easy
Makes Reatiraga Joy
; A New Deckle-Edge;WKeen Sheet'
was thrown back and forth and more men
were killed in an hour than in the entire
GvJ War. No man in that presence ran
describe It. The world must again pro
duce an Aeschylus, a Milton or a Hugo
to render a deserintian. Men walVe
about as dead, without Jeep, untd tbey'slar"'l ' September, when he return.
'-Vow ik,t ,h wr i. mer w. , nl.e I Tlie election at the college went to Cox
ing laurel wreaths on our generals. I,1 3 'RJn
would rather cot take from them a single
Dean W. W. Charters, who is doing ed
ucational work in llie Ea! will return
about the fn-t of December. President
Wood will leave in a few ila)s for New
York where he will join Mrs. Wood.
Dean Charters will continue his work.
jtvel worthily bestowed. But I would
gather ihe oak leaf, signifying strength.
the rose ieal, signifying beauty; th
laurel wreath, signifying victory; and
all earth's sun painted 'flowers; I would
lake them to llie city of the dead and la)'
wiem on the grave ot the American pnv
One- Victory for Cox.
The Crant School's seventh grade held
an? rlection vesterday afternoon to dis
cover the choice for president. Cox de
feated Harding thirty-six to seven.
The results "were
(.announced In the college auditorium
alone with, the vote of the jest of the re-
Say it with Flowers
Fresh roses cu' ever' morn
ing. Also all other flow
ers in "Season, always right
from our eleven rpodern
We are members of the
florist telegraphic associa
tion and can have orders
filled in any part of Ameri
ica within an hour.
All kinds of Palms, Ferns
and other decorative
Remember "always fresh
.flowers" when ordering
- A Fabric Fimshibjl js Rich
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you use a typ4writtask to see oui
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In c'cry line of this entire'
stock of men's and hoys'
clofhing, hats, and furnish-1
20c Saved on Everr Dnll.tr
7oiri and Pajamas
Long and short sleeved muslin goww.1
art; specially priced at Sl.lo, J150
"wI ; ;- 92&i
unc-piccc pajamas ot good vcisk,
white, novelty cloth are priced for'AS'
special selling at , .Z()0:J
Beautiful Silk Cannsoles
Jspcctal in silk camisole rfre anm i :
blue, black, and flowered jatms for J
uear imoer uarK Dlouse.a,at S1.95,
S2.50 and ..,.'. $2.9m
txtra size camisoles m flesh wa
satin, and crepn de chine are offered"
. , S WW .. '
in uur Hosiery Department "M
6 Boys' and Alisses' Ffee Ribbed Cottot'
Hose, sizes 6 o 1Q arespecially pricrf-
at, ine pair 35
Vcmen's extra fine highly raerceroaTl
. - , . UMejiose in Dfackr, white, and coraV.H
van are very specially priced at, ,the
pair . . ,- -79c
Women's thread silk ho in white,
brown 'and wanted 'fcolors are priced
at, the pair , 81.00
Thread silk hose of women of a very
good quality in black, white and cor
dovan are $1.95
Exceptional values in an assortment
of beautiful wool Hoe in plain and
ribbed styles are these offered at Sl-95
Princess Chic Hpsc Supporters,
.Many girls and women who, do not
care to wear corsets' will appreciate T
these cflfcifortabiehosc supporters. Tlie
belt and strap are made of fine quality
moire while the supporters are of
heavy elastic with adiustine buckles.
They are priced at $1.25
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To Give a Party
When the refreshments are
arranged the Harris' way. To
gie exact expression of your
ideas is the Harris way to en-
er into the spirit of the occasion.
Help in planning confections
and special services which dis
tinguish a aa( party from just a (
party will be gladly given. I
And whether it is a dinner in
the Tea Boom or a dance or re- .
ccplion at youc home you will
always be sure that when Harris' j
do '.the catering it will be done
Millard & Sisson
Left m Tonight's Show
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is your last chance to see the Bii
Hfelp jthe Elks help the poorl
Tonight's the last night
Seventh and Broadway
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