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THE COLUMBIA EVES
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THE WEATHER J
For Columbia and vieiriitv- Wttt,a
and somewhat 'cloudy and unsettled to-J
""' "" cunoay: proDaMy colder Son
day night or Monday.
For Missouri: Goudy and unsettled
tonight and Sunday; wanner cast and
Shippers' forecast: Within a radios of
-vj miles of Columbia thejowcst tern
perature during the next 26 liours will
tic above freezing.
A storm of considerable -m.rg) is cm-'TUESDAY
A. F. L. UNION
T Organization Surrenders Its
Charter After Existence of
Shortly Over One Year
at M. U.
WrlITVr AWItT icnnr.
ftunu.mju.mujMU A storm of considerable mug, is cm-1 TUESDAY CLUB ASSISTS
Member 0f ,he Union Think SidTd tn! jfS Every Gi.l iiTako Part
'":rCU irSL LHcrary Program, or in
Tim; " . rf SI & PIanucd for
I ?-"- eastern Rocky .Mountain slow . At teniOOH.
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-u.4 nrau vjnaaa; u u attended bv I
COICMBIA, MISSOURI. SATDRflAy, NOVEMBER 2jT,
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Landing of Puritans Will Be
Commemorated Next Tues-
day in College Auditorium.
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JT - .lh the .American Fed J iZ:"--, ,
of Lubor lui, formally disbanded ! 3!?'" " ??. ?" ,!le M
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and 6 UP ' charter after an exist-
race of a "' more than a jear. Fac
ulty m-rab 'in belonged t Iie union
y tit-" lu' i d'-cided tlicrr is no place
for curb, an organization here at this
8 The Miss "' i vtatc Teacher' Astoria-
? lion, a stronger organisation with a large
Beiiber-Jji'. is oiling for the same
- teis actflus arcoraplMicd more, accord-
f fcg to Dr. IX. C Curtis. Doctor Curtis
t. was president of the union and was
aMAii tin errml' vnnnM iniim...i.l 2
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JCORN SHOW BEGINS MONDAY
I Prizes Will Bo Given by Bconc
County National Bank. &
"Belter seed corn Jcr Boont Cot-ntv"
is the motto to be pushed by the Bcone
County National Back in iu Com Ssovr
next lfeeK. adoui imny entries iot ue
S& in cash prires hare been aide,
I Many entries are expected to be mad
today and Monday.
More yellow corn than vlutc lias icen
entered so far. The averaie of the ear
is large, and if the entries already rude"!
' Ari- a fair inmestinn if uluit wilt eanf-'
in liter, the average will be bigh. '
The quality of the com is coad, bot
a to size and weight of the ears, and a
to pet feet hapr, smooth grains, straight!
ros. well.roimded tips and butu.andt
other points that iaay count In the pad-.'
Judges for tlus'sliovT are obtained iron
the College of Agriculture. Tlie prirel
are: Best the ears yellow corn, Jlp, fi
and S4: best single car. yellow torn'.fv
S3, $3 and $2; best fne cars white cora.j'
SlOa ti and St: best indc "ear whiteli
corn, S3. ?3 and 4-; laige! ear of jtonf
any viritty, S5.
Tliose boe corn had been placed on
exhibit Friday arc: Best fire ear yel
The Tuesday Qub will commemnraie
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ississinpi ,I,C "oaing of the Pilgrims at 3 o'clock
; flW. , Tuesday afternoon by a pageant in the
inr. but.it ! tli Vi. u..:r.. . Christian Collc2e Auditorium. Kxm-
whieh. Usually, does not brine sm gitl in coUfSe ill take part in the
told to the Missouri Valley ' pageant, -The Pilgrim Fathers," which
nTbe rain of yesterday wa, ligl.u and ll" "'e d'"Kla f Mn- Mari"
all roads continue in good .condition. I tt ' t
The cathcr over Sunday will be mild ' .1"C.1V1,:J"" J1 f mado up of a te-
and more or less unsettled but no pre ' ';,' JuX '" " 1 '.T'low com. V,'. JI. Todd, Amu Hick:
aptauon expected .before SmiMrvSitl3a7r'JT-,Mm'- ,L Thomas, 'J. Lr,
nighuatwluchtirnethcCcatherviinberTL r .. . 'Pi'inin W1,t" - ' F-!
on me turn to colder. ., ' "'" rT "" """ -mericx ..jacbi, John II. Easier. Tom gaio.
Local data: Thr l,il,. ... ZZ,. Vi. U .. procession ol College f ve. Lane. George Pickering and Lo 0,
in CoIuoBU ycerdav 'Z A .K! S".. T" ?"" ,Kn" ? I VUdi.,h.m, brt Mngle car llow
ia BtabLnhment here. He is also a men-" and the lowest Iat night was 33 drcreeV i Z f ivhl .. M r!P i nia' F" JL O"'"0'"!- G' TnmUcjf
te of the State Teachers' Association, PrccipiuUon ttCW. Aag nSS?; KrtUeSctaS ' l91 fX"' Tr;,1"
is are practical! all the faculty men t the highest temwraturo M. as iI i ".?"!? - t T. Iiatton. Hor,l Tliompson. 1L if. Ha-ft
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"i imnwr ui uie uay, meii tne col. i ,
lege ni celebrate at tliat lime becauv FEW HEHE EXPECT SI WHEAT
Hie tlay set by President Wilson for the' . ' tf
national lerccntcnarr celebration il!:"-iJ nunnei is iiaraca a i-owrsi
ho were in the union.
The reasons for the union's otablih-
ncat. as stated in the preamble to its
and the lowest as 29 degrees.
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coiuJiUili&n. were to obtain for teachers' VI I iVI Hi K I I I If TW
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"security of posiUon, adequate salaries, j
a frecdem of thought and speech such ,
that the nsc of the schools for propaganda t
may bot even be suspected, and a large ,
neasure of control orer policies and pro-1
grams of education." These purposes,! State Board of Agriculture to
Dr. Curtis said, are eWt identical with, Urce His Annnintrrmnr Kir
tba program of the State Tcachers'.As- 5 , ppointm,ent b
socUtien. ' uarujng.
Cdlicism of tie union, and its af. , j. , r ,. T. '. ,
fiSation with the American Federation iJSS.f:3 S!mford ' V
of Ubor. ha. been frequent ever since Z''c"' '" "r?d ,for '. P
It ws organised in November. 1919. Con- i t" f 17 .f A?"I'" i" ftwi
lining, the friction that had been ere. ,X-' " " " ?'
ttedby these views, the union soled early! J"
tils fall to hold no more meetings in the , . a mct,!ne of k State Board '.of
tarrent academic year. j Agriculture held in Jefferson City Jfon-
AI1 the wotk of lie union during the tl J Pre?idt "d of the
preceduig school year had to do with ? jnslru.1 to pon Mr.
Kxaniation, and it, career h. ended i ! d'e TPointment of Dean, Mum-
with noliiPc aecomclished. In ilw, nin. i"'" '" ,nc tunan rost tor lie next
kofef its officers it was in no position'
fall during their Christmas holidays.
The celebration will include the follow
ing literary program, which will be given
at 11:30 o'clock in the morning:
1. Reading the President's Proclaim
"oa AUiene Marshall.
2. The Mayflower, A Heading ,
3. The Pilgrim Celebration in Other
Countries Cccilc Underwood.
4. The Pilgrim Fathers. A Readinc.
"CHJnipreye iMs rca5idwiiEMtjr,VJrJ, DISPUTES
range ot influence, lbe concentration
-f efforts throudi the State Teachers'
.Associatjon was deemed tlic wisest
' SELL LOT 3 TIMES IN A
Britkh Dimerec- With Statement of
Tlie statement of University of Mis
souri profewwrs that a substitnte for
DA 1 I milium can be produced through a chemi.
Figure by Several.
That the price of heat will not drypf
to $1 ias the general belief expressed to-,
day bv millers and other business tnenrl
in Columbia. A United Press dispalcliv
yestcrdiv piedieted a fall to the dollar!
level has caused considerable comment, y
and the majority of business men' place
no failli in the Drtdiction. T
AV T InilariAn nt tlia Tt.ufti. fVnTitrrl,
Millinff fjimnanv ftaid todav that he did VZS
Man.- Iiatton. ' not believe tic price of wheat could pes-
5. Pilgrim Celebration Plans in the ; "bb fall below $1.23 a busheL
U S. Margaret Semplc' "The press dispatch was the result of
6. Thanksgiving in Boston Harbor... a bear market" he f.il "Tlie bears arc
Betty Jane Hogbx trviug to semi the price of wheat Cuwn-;
7. Pdgrim and I'uritan Literature ..!anl. I do not think, however, that
dna Gentry " oheat will ever come down to a jJoIiar. f
B. Pilgrim and Puritan Women ... . It is already below the pre-xar rrice, al- '
Sara Iioberts. ' though the cot of prodnctioir to lbs far- '
9. Social Life of Puritan Yonng ntets is rooVc than S1.73." K I
10. Tlie Maiftjwcr,
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Anne Liron. ! the United Press report was possibly I Will ClO i'roposcd KCSO-
Th: literary prorram will be riven liv' hopefut pronoganda issued by millers in
tlie college class in American literature ' a" effort to loner the pner of wheat. Ho l
under the direction of Mrs, Roe U Lis- placed a minimum price to nhich wheat I it Ddirf Tm.
cnby. i might fall at S1JS, and said tEat he con-1 WasittMrtoV,
ine ronnignuy uao will te
WOULI)-BE SCALPERS LOST
Nov. 27. tcnator L'n-
ueis sidercd it unlikely that tlie price would dTwood. on his return to Washington to-
I cal Droniis uhirli n,,,;f; m-,il,nn i and each mrmlir of ill. Tnmln nl. ' fall IxLjw tliaL ! dav. iiredictcd that the propoed peace
Same Lot BrinRs $830, Then $700 i h disputed bv Britih scientists, aeronl! I will Invite two suests to be oresent at ! W. E. Smith, cashier of the Exchange i resolution for a peace with Germany
and finally 5S00. it, according to several New York 'he rag'ant. National Bank, differed from the major- would not be adopted even if there were
More Than Enough Tickets. t Wo
Around Cause Many Luascs.
Tickets for the Thanksgiving football
game sold from 50 cents up. Mairjr
.bought itlicxnu'nntic nttiber d licietl
fcr the game; flunking they could sell
ihose they did not . Bat, the scalp
ers were Calpcd. Only a few choice
seats sold for a hiah'rrice. At two
o'clxk box seats coul 1 be bought for
$1.30, less than one-half their ulac Men
ran wildly up and down Rollins street
and Maryland place Irving to sell their
tickets at any price.
Slemory-'Lapse, Is" Offered as!
Explanation of Action of '
.IS NO WORSE
: THAN ALLIES
Dr. Bernard Derberg in Letter
to Argentine Reprcsenta
live Disclaims Any
Cannot Condemn the Sinking of
thcLusitanta WithourDo. ,
ing His Country.
Harm. " "
Ersu.t. Nov; 27. Germany feds con
fident that in the prosecution of the war"
! she was no fnore criminal than were the
I Allies, according; to Dr. Bernard Dern.
berg fi! a letter to a representative of the
Argentine'' at the league of Na
tiocs. assembly. He declared that h
j could not condemn the sinking of tho
j Lusiucla without feeling that he is do
ling his country harm. Germany wilt
I prove that her means and measures for
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carrying on uic war were nenner more
criminal or inhuman than the measures
which were resorted to by the Allies,
the Doctor declared.
"We seek no excuse or forgnencss for
ltemeaas.we have used, he said.
In explaining why he had written to
tin Argentine representative he said
tliat if -K33 the first person who had
stressed the importance of all the great "
nation being in the League and that
the treaty would not ntean much unlet
they were all in it.
Dernherg said that it was sot the
economic condition in Germany which
hart hzt bot that it was the spirit of
good will which tBe had lost that waa
hnrtingt her. This, he said, was the thine
which, was keeping her ont of the League
cf Nations and that it was tne thing
which would keep the League from ever
aiounting to much. He said that
spirit of justice should prevail in the
League and that it, was not there at pres
ent. However, he expressed the hope
that the League conld be made to resect
the proper spirit which it should have.
He said that at present the terms of the
Peace Treaty would never carry out iu
purpose is leng as there waa the use
spirit as existed now, .
We do not deny that during the war
weVpracCced coins program of friihlfal-
ness cut they were no worse than tho
practices which were going on on the side
flf ihll AIUm." hi, WAl.. TnMA rkfnn
I are the accompaniment of every war ad
No convincing explanation has yet been ' it is extremely hard to determine be-
An shland lot changed hands three ' chemists. Among those who have dis- j
ily of the men interviewed. He said that . enough votes mustered to pass it. He
Y lines 'Wednesday, the first buyer selling j agreed wiih the assertion are Sir Ernest ! B- Y. P. U. BANQUET MONDAY ' lle considered a dollar pric mark very . said that the President would veto the
P- it for $150 less iban it cost bin and the! Rutherford of Cambridge- University.' probable, due to the natural slump in ! bill if it were sent' to him.-
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toma ouvcr disposing vi 11 lor $iuv i roi. w. h. uragg 01 Lanaon university, i ... ...,. uv.u uviu m;,. dusuiuss. ihcic a ui nuwi viuis i;
taore than he raid for the property.' F. M. Clew, chemical radio expert of C- B- s,iIItr W'U Speak. pointed out. and the order of the day is j " M rissroms f
Kirtlcv Nricls and hia wife sold thel London, and Prof. Frederick Soddy of' TIle Rcv- B- Millrr pa-tor of thr ' to 'sell even thing at a liss. A fall in Tf','!7,.V"'-v . 07 TT. ii. n
. ., ,, -. ,., , , . . ,, .,'n.r.iir- - ' Rni n, n....i. .t c.j c.vi .. ;n i .i i i . - ti 141 .:, tt $HLNcioy, iov. i. ine state ue-
TOt nan c, ,oi r oi x, ock rv in .v .uana ux.ora ncrsi,y. . m -F-- -.-- i - "- " .Z ' , , announced today that no pa-
uj umoip micnois lor ow ana u-. The British scientists according to '"V" . "" "rk ." """ f i" "r'"."' "'." unr i"-" '"-- , ,.. .,,, . is,.j . . Hi4:ns
w ciuuvut uduuuLi .tauuiiait rtrimiz. iiim vi'Tii. .iiiii nnuiu iiui ixniiin uc uc - ..... .
i Nidiol- sold it to James W. Bur.!mcrtage, received in New Turk, agree ,?
for $700. Burnett in turn told ihe" ,ul mf,thorium has some of the prop-' p J
same lot to Marii Wilmn for $800.
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acres of farm land 10 miles south of Co-, substitute for the more valuable pro-1 f""1 l .-,rPhfns CoUege commencement
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ject will be "ftliat the Home Churchy to any manipulations of ihe market, he
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erues and functions of radium, but deny ! fSS. "iZU t n , Jne Kot- . suj-
to go to Ireland while tlic present condi
tions exist there.
MillcrTircacbed the baccalaureate
lamina to A G. Pauley for $3,000. El
more H. ctnlUi and his wife traded a lot
between Sixth and Seventh streets on DOCTOR
Cherry for a lot en Sandford between!
Ash and Worley streets. Both lots are Tiger Trainer
valued at $1,200.
F. SL Baker and his wife sold lot 11
of S. F. Cooler's subdivision to Colum
bia and the west half of lot 16 of Ste
phen's hrit addition to Joe dark for
HE HAD A 4UG OF WHISKY
Officers Arrest Chester JIcLain on
Chester McLain of Hamilton, was
Sued $10 and costs, amounting to $18.30,
n a charge of drunkenness last night.)
McLam was arroted by Patrolmen Mill
er and Batterton as be was preparing to
hoard the Wabash train. He was car
rying a calion iuz of whisky and tarried
a moment to gne a friend a drink on the j
McLain averted lie bought the liquor
iron a man be met in the lobby of a lo
cal hotel and it was delivered on the pay
tacct of $30 in front of the same hotel
hy another man. He said lie did not
Vnow either of these men.
PROFESSORS HONOR PLAYERS
to Return to
nome in Palestine, Texas.
Dr. M. P. Lawlcr. Tiger trainer, who
helped in putting the Tigersin proper
condition for the Thanksgiving game,
left Columbia jotcrday for bis borne ill
Palestine, Tcx where he will continuo
his connections with the sporting world
by B)ing carrier pigeons.
Doctor Lawlcr took with him ix pairs
of pigeons, a gift from I. Wolfson, local
enthusiast iu the sport.
Doctor Lawler's work here from Not
icmber 1 to Thanksgiving' Da was his
first experience with a football team.
I A program, consiftinis if music bv an
LEAVES ' rcltra. a male quartet, a violin solo '
ana vocal solos and a reading, is being I
1 II. II. LOUDENBACK IN RECITAL
- Many Tip Hats to Men Who Defeat
Honor wa shown the Tiger football
. Players TK ednesdav by a few of the pro
fessors of the Imversil). Several class
es in which a Tiger was enrolled were
.disBuVcd as toon as the roll was taken.
L"The men whn represented the University
Jf Missouri fcn Rollins Field were greet
ged today with smiles, cheers and hand
rclasps by the students, town people and
ah;mni. Countless numbers of hats
, 'ere doffed when onr of the wearers of
. tit Gold and Black parsed by.
"By Their Fruits" His Subject.
"By Their Frails" is the topic Dean
illims lias selected for discusion at
the meeting of his Bible class tomorrow
RED CROSS QUOTA IS SHORT
Not Quite $2,000 Given and $300
More Is Needed.
It is expected that the Red Cro fund
will 1 near the $2,000 mark by tliis
evening which is $500 less tlian the quota
assigned to Columbia. However, re
ports will come in for at least a week.
Only a few rural 'districts have sent in
their contributions. Christian College
and Stephens College hare not complet
ed their drive in behalf of the Red Cross
caU for memberships and for fnnds.
The banquet will be served by the 'Report Black a
men of the church and the pdGu wdl 1 tl- i T"
i toward Ihe building fund of the new Hindering r 1
, Special Music Program Toraorrow
-r-ri .T y-.j-v-.-.-rj- t Broadway Methodist Church.
TrTT? 175 I ( Y Ik K , II. II. Loudenbaek. organist at Broad-
-LAU-iiJ AL VJWJ.li.. Kaj Methodist Church and director of
at Christian College, will give
The committer has sold more llian 130
tickets and tliey expect to sell many
more before Monday.
CHURCH MOVEMENT FAILS
v and Tan Police Te'P'' organ recital at 4 o'clock to-
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mufiow ai me uroitunay ihcmiuui?i
Chunk. He will be as-isted by Mrs.
Anna Fromau, director of voice at Chris
tian College and the Christian College
Sextette. A silver offering will be taken.
CHILEAN ST&lliEJrToN ROCKS
Br Umltif Pteu.
Ccr.L., Nov. 27. A number of bomb
I explosions took place here today in the
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED
RENT WAR ON IN CHICAGO
Landlords Are Collecting; $200,000
to Fight Low Rent Law.
V' Coil id Pn.
ClIICACO, Nov. 27. Landlords here
are preparing for a fight against legisla
tion which will force the lowering of
rents. They are collecting a fund of
S200.000 with which they will carry on
Farewell Services for GottschalL
Services tomorrow evening at the
Broadway Methodist Church will be a
farewell to Newton Gottschall, who will
sail December 7, for Java as a mission
nrv. Mr. Gottschall. wbo i in Columbia
nonnng. The class will meet in the for the weei-ena. win leave '".-
IWdwa Od.on at 9:45 o'clock. It is day. He will v.Mt in umiornu neiore
VcH in connection with- the Prcsbylerian j leaving San Francisco on the sleamer
Sandal SJwol j Nanking. -
street, tires broke out touowing tlie
Ideal Lost, because of Narrowness, CUck aml Tall police prcren,cd the fire-
oays u. tt. towards. I t c.i..: ... a
m ,., ,..... ... lillU XIU1U ukoiiiil. iuc iwuin
i ue inicrcnurcii orld .viovcmrnl tail- , xi,c daraap- 0 ..odvyV explosions is e'.-
" n,rT? "i.V. rr Ucd be approxiuutely $250,000.
v.. wriw,vw, ui niuii i mi lllluei
sigred to New York banks. Sixty-one
national rrbgious bodies undersigned for
this amount, which was ueif to ricet
the bcnevolrnt. misdonarv and educa
tional needs of tlie world,
Tlie financial campaign of the Intrr
church Wcrld Movement failed because
the churches raised funds for thenwlve
and no money was given to flie Inter
church. Intevd of an intetchnrch cam
paign a siiiultaneous-campaign of all tie
churches was held. "Because of denomi
nations! narrowness, the ideal cf the
Interchurch was lust," said D. G. Ed
vrarrls dean cf the Bible" College.
The national boards of education and
foreign missions are each undersigned
for $300,000. The Christian Church has
fixed December 12 as the day to raise
ihis $600,000. Each member of the
church is asked to give one day's income
to tliat end.
PICKFORD CASE DRAGS ON
Four Couples in City and County to
Marriage licenses were iMied today to ,
Joe Uarl Dranr, 19, ol Columbia and
Mis Man Frances Dinklc, 17. of Wood-
landrille; and to John Stephens, over
Pierric With Eighteen Passengers
on Board Is in Danger.
D Usiltd Trcsa.
. PoHTtiND, Ore. Nov. 27-Fcar for the
rescue of tlie steamer Pierrie and eighteen
rassengrrs i being exprcswd here to
day. The boat went on the rocks of
tlie coa-t of ihe statu of Washington near
the James Island. She is flying tlie Chi
Gives Birthday Dinner.
A birthday dinner and a Thanksgiving
dinner were combined Thursday night
l,v Afr fVII Hart in hnnnr of the bix-
21, of Stephens Store and Miss Fannie j ir4c,Tn,l, fcirthday of her father, W. H.
Henderson, over Xo, ct lilunwia. ine
parents cf Mr. Dranc and Miss Dinkle
gave their consent. Licenses were is
sued late yesterday toOltis D. Bradley,
21. and Miss Mary Edna Gulick, 18. both
of Clark; ard to Adam Bryan Whitesdcs,
21,of Columbia and Miss Dorothy Harris,
29, of Fulton.
CELEBRATES HIS BIRTHDAY
John W. Maxwell Refuses to Tell
ins rtgc ai Linncr.
John W. Maxwell celebrated his birth
day with an oId-tyle turkey dinner !at
night at his home northeast of Columbia.
He and hi, wife refused, however, to tell
what birthday ihey were celebrating.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George
Starrctt, George E. Thomson. - W. IL
Tbomson, F. C. Harris. Einmclt Mc
Donnell. Ed. McDonnell, James Lips
comb, Lakeland Price. A. G. Si
and IL B. Price, Jr.
NEW DESIGN FOR SAVITAR
CONGRESSMAN IS PARALYZED
Art Work for 1921 Annual of Unlqae
In the development of an entirely new
idea of design for Ihe ait work in col
lege annuals the staff of tlie 1921 Savi
tar has been discuvsing tho work for the
Missouri annual this week with R. -II,
Nason and Howard E. Chilton of the
Berger Engraving Company.
Tho work this year wilt be the most
unique in Ihe college field eer present
ed in an annual, according to Mr. Na
son, manager of the college anrual de
partment of the Beraer romnnv. In
gelling the spirit of tlia life at college
and use of predominant tie nres in typical
rrprescntalic-is will lie the outstanding
feature or the design.
The view section, a dciurUjj from the
ordinary in, the presentation of ihia de
partment of the Savilar, with the divi
sion and opening pages, will be worked
out in refined, Simple tone-
It has not been decided whether
tween willful murder and the counten
anced practices of war."
Tho writer declared that Germany
will try her war guilty and will bring
them to justice. He said that the much
seen in Hallsville shortly after he left talked of German hate had beeapropa-
wiumma. i gandaed all over the world and that it
Mrs. Murry believea that her husband had been made a means for accomplisb
is hundreds of mdes away and members i ing certain ends. He himself he declared
offered for Ihe continued absence of
Roy Murry, Colunjbia automobile sales
man who disappeared last Monday after
noon, and no further trace has been
lound ol nis wnereabouts since he was
of tke police department are inclined
to take a similar view of tlie situation.
Sheriff-elect Fred Brown and Dr. P. IL
Murry, father of the missing younj man,
are continuing their efforts to locate
Dr. W. IL Shaefer, a fnend of the
family who Las made daily viits to the
-Allen tome on Paris road suiutba where
Mis. Murry is staying with her father,
says that Merry may have been a Tictnn
cf a temporary lapse of memory 33 he
suffered from a severe attack of influ
enza last fall and waa troubled with a
Idd cold the day be disappeared. Dr.
was a propaganda
"STEPHENS STANDARD" OUT
New- College Majrailne ii Part of.
Erfglish Laboratory Equipment.
The Stephens Standard is the name of
the new monthly magazine being pub
lished by the English department of
Stephens College. The first issne which
appeared on Thanksgiving day, ii the
December number. It consists ol twelve
pages of approximately the tame ake n
the American Magazine, printed on a
gooa qnality of book paper. Tie
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.Mrs. C'E Davis and Mrs. Hill Freeman, "u '"'' " m.i iwpuiar gins
. . . . I in j-liAnl !! ho m rt nl tlA kknla (a
cf Ioberly; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Naylor,
A. D. Hawkins, and Miss Ona Hurst
3,673 Fords in Day Break Record.
0 Ueitfl IVi.
Detroit, Nor. 27. The world's record
at manufacturing automobiles was broken
here today by the Ford Motor Company.
Claude Kitchen of North Carolina Is 'when they completed in one day 3.673
Ur t.Ktd hm,
WasimcTO,, Nov. 27. Represtnutive
Claude Kiulun of North Carolina suf.
1 frrcd a troke ol paralysis this morning.
machine. Four thousand and sixty-one
of tlie machuv were entirely complete.
Tbe average production in one day here
State Will Trv to DIsnnalifv Judcc
r. " lSSS?
MtMitN", Nn- Nov. 27, A long 6sjht i,bc"'er or no1 te iU recover. J Rome, 7,'ov. 27. Twenty people have
la the courts here over the divorce case vv-vvn naiirci! w.tt? T-Dvv-ri')Wa lHle1 n, maDT more are ""'"
of Mary Pickford against Owen Moore) ..w.wo naimrnu... airplanes crashed to the ground
was made certain today when it was. One Killed, ilnr Mi.;!, nrl itnnv'f'ere today. The planes were Hying from
learned that the attorney for the state Injured at Port Arthur. Cereiaie. 40 rmles from Milan.
will attempt to disqualify Judge Langan tv UriicJ p,e. ' , Xavy WT"FromAraTy, 7-0.
the judge who granted the first divorce.! Port AnTniR, Tri, Nov. 27. tor-jDr Viir4 m.
Wlulrvr-r tin- icdrmmt is. fhi. allOTnpvf, Itx fn w,ir. lt,i lim iMmrf, : .il.l. Vru- Vn- K. 'TTTIn. V.-irv fool.
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for both sides intend to appeal the caw -iited to cswe dine SlOOjXW damacr toj'baH team defeated the Army here today
Jo thr supreme court of ihe state. J shed along the w iter front. Jin their annual game by a score of 7 to 0.
in school will be a part of the Savitar for
1921. The way in which queens wers
chosen in past jcars has proved unsuccessful.
Cadet Colonel Appointed as Lien
tenant in Regular Army.
James A. Newberry, 707 Maryland
place, has received a telegram notifying
turn ol his appointment as second Lien.
tenant in the United States army. Mr.
Newberry will be attached to the R.
O. T. C unit here and will continue his
studies in tl c School of Law. He is the
lirst student from the Lnnersity corps to
receive a commission in the regular arrav.
Mr. Newberry entered the University
in the fall of 1913. He- has had five
years experience in the corps here. Fcr
two years he has held the rank of col-oneL
J establishing the Standard, the CoH-gs
expec-s it not only to afford the stu
dents a valuable means of self-exprea-"
sion bat also to serve as a part of tho
laboratory equipment of the English de
partment.' The new magazine is a cross between,
a magazine and a newspaper which-en-'
ables it to he a better mirror of the lite
of ihe College. Articles telling of the
additions to buildings and eqtnpmeat,
lre0' "P""1! interest to the alomaaa.
while the many personal items are of
uteres! to ihe student body.
Ruth Olrner of Wichita. Karta is the .
editor-in-chief of the new magazine.
DEFECTIVE FUSE RUINS SIGN
Large "Homecoming" Display on
Academic Hall Failed, to Work.
Did you see the big electric "Home
coming" sign on lop of Acadamic Hall
It was there all right but it wasn't
Pghted Ifter working all day Ioi,--. a
ttoup of students in the School of En
gineering had a fifteen-foot sign in p'aee
on the front of the. hall. Just as they
Completed it up someone gut a screw
driier mixed up in a socket and with a
hash the fnses burned out.
The sign was connected with an elec
tric circuit on the third floor and a thor
ough .search failed to locate the fuscbox.
Tlie University electrician wljj 'cVlledJ
but he aIo failed m find the burned-out
FORMER KAISERLNE WORSE
Recovery Unlikely Asks That Her
Body lie sent to'Germanr.
Bf Ccl-rt ii--.
Ausitouu, ftov. 27-The fonaer Kal
s-Tino of Germany, who has been ill for
the past several days, u reported to be
unconscious. Her recovery is Tery un
likely, it is reported. She has made the
rerpesl tlut her body be sent back to
Judge Bradley Leaves Hospital.
Judge John S. Bradley, member of ihe
Board of Curators, was discharged from
Parker Memorial Hospital today. Mr,
Bradley was in Columbia to attend the
business mecans of the Board of -Curators
and to see the Missouri-Kansas game.
Judge Bradley returneJ to his home in
J. S. SEXTON'S WILL FILJ
Montreal's Population is 801,216.
B; i'iJ ma.
MoxTSE-'t, Nov. 27.-The new dirccj
oty for 1920-21 estimates the population
of Greater Montreal, to be 801,216, as
compared with 7t3J6l a sear aeo. Tl-..
area of the city exceds 50 square oilej.
Leaves $1,000 to Go to Hia Tw '
Brothers and House to Nieces.
Tho will of James S. Sexton of Roeke-J-
Porl was filed for probate yesterday. The;
will provides that $1,000 shall go .-
Ceorge E. Sexton of Fayette and to Pasi.
Sexton jof San Antonio, Tex, brothes of
lanes & Sexton. Residence property fc,,
Fayette b left to his nieces. Helen Wat-.: -
trs, Lurlln. patton and Maggis Priteaeatf -he
rest -of tie property is to be selu, ;
and thr money received to be divideJl; '
into five-equal part, to go to Panl Se-V .
ton, the heirs of Octavia Waters, tfarj-
heirs of Margaret" Kitby and heirs
Oiaa Ccrlew. The three women wb
siitcra of Jintj Sexton J& tW
Paul W, Sexton and Helen Tants
are naraed aecntors without bond, kwfc
"ceo. Helen Watera does not live in Jfitjt
uri she is not elicihle as executor, mi' '
tt the request of the relatives the I-5?(1
. M,ml nj, namea J. i nan J ,'
Pant V"7 C .."ftT.
-- " ocuon execuiors. ?'
A codicil to the will provides that $
"an.go to ihe Rochport
-Jiurch and ii. il.. 11,1,-.. r
Church, but the court has bekflto
ill invalid because it has not bea-Tl"