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, -THEC0LmmiEVEiNGMISS0lJRIAX:4:riiE$DAY. NOVEMBER 30, 192(?
THE COLUMBIA" ' " pPhM&"SpssihieiIiar.iia
EVENING MISSOUR1AN 'ffaJul1 a"h'ia f e Jjie
: .world would ever lead to the .tdiitf irrr
THE NEW BOOKS
-laoiisnea noj evening excels otu-, .'.-L. I
rl-,. i .!. if. ' J. Svi:.itt. is .J mankind. In a past arris Maltha, tn.
sociationJTloc, Jay H. Neff IlaU.' Colcm- .uncialcd his principle predicjhig th Jnd ,
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creased to such an extent that there
would be scarcity of economic foods
Our age lias discredited Lit doctrine. We
hare? witnessed the astounding progress
oC science and even in the most perfect
if scientific inventions we fail yet to sec
pic tnd of man's resourcefulness and in
The future instead of presenting dark
aspects augurs well for mankind. Mr. !
?loddanl. fears tLe overwhelming num.
Tie auilK would perhaps, deny it,Uut
the minor character, Tlie-iphilus Crjrit,
is her achievement. He is a pompons
I iwnrmiir and untroubled lnr arfTi6nx"oI
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wlmamhip is the old, old story of . j, , Itaanur lue oDtimistio. I
lfTing Kearny frflily told by a S. ih human-negatons added, to "their '
Erass and illn.trale.l m silhouette by'forCM wlii triumph over the. pessimist. I
.Aruur iiacuiam. n is such a ow
makes, mothers fatbrr. aunts, uncles and
grown up cousins jealous of childhood,
vt happy in childhood's advantages
Sleeping Beauty 'introspective thought. He is real. The!
nong the new ehddrens books which , hn U ,,,. j;le -,,. ,
di.linction becauc of am'j,, , uirjoa ,, be cinders or'fortuni.'
Sarah Gertrude Millin is a skillful
writer. fShc tells lier story wclL ("The
j Dart IBver" is a book that claims the
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ii .,,.-.. i-"t i i 't. ,i... ' fascinating her story of the diamond
I, be added to the lit of books tiiat . , ." . ,,.' . .
the cliilds' " l .vinra may u, mq aumor
1 is'irritatcd by her own philoiph) of1 life.
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., i, t .. in.:i, ii..i.:.. 'vno luai jjuuwwimij imiaics iicv ivauers.
ns.le!.M! 111 ,ol Unul 'to "aU' ?. fonXt "' l"fl "el
are to grac the foot of
Kccollictions of a Iteporlcr.
birs of the colored races, seeing onlv in ! Ifcibcrt T. Ezckiil of Kidnnond, Va.
Ac -A October 3, WIT, authorued Sew jllM.;r rrorc5(( and (. ab89 flus either led a Hirring life a- a report '
liongtr peronaIit!'s want to our-ride
llif force 'f eircuimtanci
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temuer 26, 1913.
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1L Neff Hall paid such tribute to Mis- peantiful world there is room for every
souri's School of Joumalim that its stu- Biting soul
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be higher don that in Switzler HalL "-' W. make endure.
'Doctor Williams makes a plea fw fte i. .U dunsi mir plrft
writers' idioms. -Where a tongue ceases j "King of day., ami souk, and art.
M spawn new word. freh phrases, novel "' &W. " .
images, thought and progressltop d." j " bat "!n P J-
"Keats added 130 new words to verse "Insioation Ji,e
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w "And the eternal ironies
two score. j
CW tUusliU-ue oriU.- Doctor f Vie but ioic in hh choir.
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he wrote; they had that time, and tlW:
fere his reader pronounced him a- nan
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r !Jmk. fur ire fcncral reader U ati
.... .t . I t I . f of ecniii': but when be talked, he touted
net lit in t!we not much inclined to , ... ,,,,.
it, . pone'e, and made iroelf the kug'twr-
iaK ctiui.fr, Iuilr si.nw, n'iuf thun ... r. . r . . .
' Kiriuir in 111 inienoniv in c'Jnci
. lum; be iclt orry I ail u re keenly;
"Newspaper English," he declare,,
"must sliare the dairy changes of the
market place and be full of passion, act
ion and achievement." In other fords
a newspaper U democracy's interpreta
tion of the old lioman forum.
'Tlie writer mu-t not separatr from
the speech of th- soil and rf the current '
"Auihorny anJ prevenileni are fatal 10
Newspapers "publisf led' in English liave
' 80 per cent of tlie newspaper, circulation
of the world. TIic value of newspapers
publi-hed in English is becaue "Eiiglish
speaking peoples keep together haw;
but one tongue; ollitr races ac divided
Newspapers arc hospitable and ready
to accept the illegitimate offering of the
Direct, and need no apology for its adop
"A great war is as good as the publi
cation of a new "glossary."
Benjamin Franklin lias kept our lang
uage from becoming too ornate. "Lit
erary men in England and America ac
cepted Samuel Johnson's literary stvlc
the world of men and of events accepted
"A young writer should not onl) live
with the great, but should train ids sen.-e
of words by freely using the Concord
ance of Shakespeare, the Gible, Milton,
"Shelly, Keats Tennvson. Browning and t ... , 1
. v " Jambmon theff-and now.
Wordsworth lor the othce oi newspaper
English is to" be the interpreter of the
ways and' works of all men and all wo
men to each and all."
"Nothing is too recent in Iang for a
r,pjper's column and nothing too old in
classic letters' "When the writer knows
- classics he can eaily add the worj . QllUlmt,
ON TOnGETTING HOME
As youth grows to manhood and man
lood to maturity, vff are too prone to
forget tlat place vie once lured and
reverenced above all else in our child
hood days home.
It is easy to slip away and forg-.-u
Perhaps it is better so. It is well to for
get, but unfortunate if we neglect. Men
become so engrossed in the daily grind
of business and driving on to achieve-
m"nls and power that they sometimes
forget that m.idcst little house on some
countryside or in a village, or perhaps
in a city, where father and mother live.
gray-haired and alone.
I 'c-s-orm, -;'ncts mirage and oil er at-
I "&?''' scaled scicnti-L ,, fBfidtM .,
I eiy. .. mrmai peop.e are .mens. comnianj , boW hu ,onpjci m j,
; 11 weauir igns Uuldren scan the sk) ..,.,. ,i , . ,i,. :M;.,
.... . .. ., ir-fS ..J '(.J i.tt Hixdj-r twin Mai I
ie da kfore the picnic and U,e motor , Um to lrJ. , j, Ae onc thing ,Wch ,(.
party i trpetially ten-. live, U the di !
rection of the wind the day before the
long diire. Eigie discusses both sup
posed and rclbtble wxatiirr wgiw, TIw
ippearoice of green in the ky is a pre
iuisor of Mono. The more seductUd)
fair the tints of clumU the more Jip
polntinp the HtjucL Kerjer of aninulf
n zoos say that a fur of snarling &nd
wrUnj: ccts up when a cliingc of veath-
r U appraclin?.
EIgis atiirr ftok i the rcJ
could not Io. After everr attempt, he
felt that he had exposed hinueif. and
writhed with shame and vexation? jeti
the next Ynoment he bejan aain."
( Fauixc In Lmx
iTvo Gentlemen of VtrMa,
Garden of Julias house.
Enter JnUa. the lit&vt. and Auc'X.'ff.
,v ' tin 1 1
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north readme I ?H!Ji.' 'ISBuSW1 mc
(The 'Wireless Pres LTD, London ; J
elotlir 131 pages) I
fall in love?
Luc Ay, madam; so you stumble not un-hevvlfullv.
w. vrThe Dark ltivcr." 'J"'- f " ''K '" " ' gemlcmcif
IV. Arfrrifcrns alirf ihai thrv ate an-1" TI' ncry vy with paile encouwer t
planding tVe EnglUl- who sneer at our . "" . .- ,.".'. ,. t
.-,. . ... ;.. .pi.i.n : i.k.i in my oimion wiufi is woruuvi ,
Jt WOUlU DC lOOUSn IO Uliniv inai J , JU.'Hll vu mull .uuviiuu Juuu-ui.ia . - ,
p.n sluld live al.av with fab U '& " ' J Luc IW ,ou re.Kat their names 111
sJiu my rat ml '
According tu m tlulluw itnple LUL i
ents and vqually foolish lu think llial 1 Enisli novels ilul arc gaining popular
onc should become homesick when a few favor. Engli-frwemrn writers 'are step-'
nulcs away from home. We should for
get home in tliat sense. But w should
not forget to travel back to the old hone
ping-into the foreground May Sinclair,
Jul. What thinkst tliou of the fair Mr 1
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nose v.csu. cara, vnruoe j.ii, o, a y,, vc ,,,At ,,
aiiu uiuci? fill iiiiiujc, tin uim.iu i.u .
in n ; fl-v: :. anu tine:
sculling, u aEgiarauus ucuuuva uiu , l .t...U I-1
.. r- ..i.n. :- nn. ,,t carbn.-KJes. "?". T"- '""- - "
fisvc vuw iu 4hm in vv. ..- nune J
Uiere live again the scenes of our child-1 materialists IX-suny Eas jul n-iat Uiinlsl tlwu of the rli .Mt
..,.. I uounu ue. ixc arr mipic-s, iiiev vij. riti.v
L. T VT .T..,,l.t ,;it iMinw. iinre mi . . .. COIIO.
awhile and there meet again our
They are usmaL Thy arc morose. Yet, . Wci of lis ,,,.,1,!,. lut F him-e!
"lu I out of thvir gloom, they speak attfullv I ,,,-
friends whom we once sd well knew- and allliough heavily. llie convince, lliey juL at ,,Inib-,, tH.u J.f -the-ffli:
.1 1. . 1 1 , f!c realists. The lines tliev draw arc. p,.,? I
who pcTiiaoa iiaxc uuivii .j-i.-j v. -. . - .
! urn. .ii.-j iii.c k:vii inc. ni- in.iw.ut 1 Luc l, l,,,,!; , w Bhal ulI r,.;nf
the general contour of truth jn.all the ; ,;
life but they look 1 L y w n,mt vyiut means thi pasJon
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Be&?e buying iliat JvaHB
Gome- hear Badmaniiioff :.
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It is well for us to go back to the old
stamping ground where the youth or Hie UP ! 'hron.Sh MngGSsSU! tliey.
(is enveloped in a ilrcaiy log. let it 1
community gathered-where dream were ,, ., aInR arcouralcIy -lhc
dreamed and worlds were conquered in,sni thereto lies the dangrr of this fiatu.
duldish fancies and youthful ambition. 1 lent new school of writ-rs .
It is well to think of onr dream and
Forget home? In the childish sense,
)cs But in rcalitv, no. Whether wc are
business man, student, farmer, hboier.
or wajfarer, we should send that letter
which we liave been putting off so long.
Send a word of greeting to the folks
back home. If we have not vr-itcd home
Con-iiItr the nen novel of Sarah Ge
trade Millin. "The Drk liner." It i.
certainly not lacking in intrrrM The
scene is new; the plot is so disguised as
to appear origiiuL There is genius of
style and b) deft trickery wc arc- led 'olt,, y(
approbation. J e find ourselves" sighing, 1 1 1
1 rue, true. we close we iiook aim
find onrelve at eiactlv the same point
of suffocation at which we laid down!
"Putterism" or "Mary Olivier."
at his name?
Luc. Pardon, dear madam; 'iia payg 1
Jiam- , " " I I
TV... f rniu.rlln Ikvt a t ., . i. $
4 l?!ljyld rtncrc thu on lowlv ?j
ilemea JuL WIiv not on Proteus a of all fct
Luc. Then tliu-. ( many good I thnfe I
) I' I
hare no other reason but a,w,- i
man s reason ; :
1 think him v becau-e I thinkjhin I
on the Nu.
of the hcur.'
The abihty to do thi. effectively is the
living link between the letters of the past
and the speech of today.
' THE TIDE OF COLOR
Very alarming is the picture drawn
by Lothrop Stoddard in bis book entitled
The Rising Tide of Color." The Har
vard professor sees in the preponderant
numbers of the colored races a menace
that will eventually, if lek unchecked,
drown the whole white race by what he
calls the "rising tide of color.
holidajs will be a splendid time. Jut
forget buiness and cares and journey V
back to the old homestead and there
once more lit around in the family group.
There may be vacant chairs in that group
but it is all the more fitting we go and
they who are abent live again in mem
ory. We must remember that to-thai mother
of ours we arc the same little lads in
short trousers and waists who ued to
rem, la her with nor troubles. 'J)ut
names may be among the great orrwe
The superiority in numbers of the cpl-Jmay have gone down to the dregs
B . . til- khil, nMMM .
oreo raA " "" -" . .
nolafd out by Mr. Stoddard has always
delisted. The yrflow lands, the brown
1 ltd, and the black lands have alwajs
I , teemed with millions from time imoor-
, jjLi Yet history recora. no event wnere
V" - anil when color ever entered into great
human conflicts. Clm:lia.ty saTtd
-sjia fna ws jMtiiilitT cf cc -z
society; it matters not to mother, we. arc
the same lad of yesterday,
After a time tlie ivial American pub-; Tvjij Shakespeare. bles him. knew the
lie will lesc appetite for this sort of men- women. But how in tlie dicker.; did he
tal food. It will tire of running this tnow that noble ladies talked their suit-
great bulk 01 novels tnrougn
search of the nourishing
h a sieve in or over with anyone wlio would listen vj I
pulp. The rvrn as ihcr do now?
books are like wild crab-apples three-
fourths nnd and seed. The residuum
may be jelled into the sweet and whole
some. Hotter autnors would do their
own jelly making.
These writers exult in our human
weaknesses They are as disgusting in
their hopelessness as the Mardenile is
sickening in his crickcty philosophy, that
if ,the tuticnt will but grin and believe,
all wiw be welL Tlie "new thought"
people are ludicrous in their exaggerated
faith; the modern followers of Omar arc
suicidal in tbeir lack of il. They have
Turning to a closer insprcijon of "The
1 Itlr If tvrris Wat nnil qw tttetl tit.-!
'perhaps hated on the. theory that women
No -reit'aeul nor even a scapegrace tike jo. read, the last Chapter first. Very
0 . ,. ..j cnnvienientrr for the women, then. Mrs.
can return to the pucewnis '""r1 mi! ),..- it,. ,nri,. t it,. ..i . are invested with wolves this vear. thr
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iUom the Clobe-Utm.)
Popular BlufT, Mo, Nov. 27 A. A.;
Scesengood, a farmer residing south A 1
ttas city, and his son were attacked by
a larg? pack of wolves just after they '
liad liot a cocn a few miles frfcm here
The farmer had jut shot the coon,
which bled freely, and within just a few 1
moments a large number of wolves hadj
surrounded the two hunters howling con
tinuallr1. With only two shells ,left, the
two hunters were in a perilous condition-1
for some time, when it ,occnrredtp"lhem '
to light a lantern which they were carry
ing. The wolves sneaked away at sight
ursu vcryioi uie. 1
then. Airs! The woods surrounding Popular Blufl
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no matter hw humble, without. iho misty diti5ion of chapter one. In spite of all'numb-r being greater than for scvcnl
memories of his youthful ideals and am.
bitions coming into his mind.
Let us not be bonv recluies, but 1ft
Jehtr' Oliver's efforts we know that hcjtars past. They can be seen in daytim',
cannot undo chapter one. He is the vie
llm of Mr. Millin's initial decision eon
cernine lum, jiut av the believes Uj to
ce tee -vict'es of Deetira decisions
and reports received here are to tlie if'
fet that thry are- killing pigs mall calve -.i
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