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THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOUR1AN.: ; WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER G, 1920
FGF rOUK T i
Published every evening except Sun
day by tlie MlssoUrlan Publishing As
sociation, Inc, Jay IL Net! HaH, Colum
ALFONSO JOHNSON, JIAent
Gty: Week, 10 cents; single copies,
By mail in Boone County: Yeary
A25; 6 months, 11.75; 3 months, SO
jents; month, 33 cents.
Outside the county: Year, $L50; 3
siontbs, $L25; month, 43 cents. Pay-
abte in advance.
Member Audit Bureau ot Circulationi
Entered as second-das mail matter.
Acceptance or mailing at special rate
: postage provided for in Section 1103,
femi T "17' mhr!led &,';'
temiKr 26, 1918.
Advertising and Circulation
$314,000,000 IN ROAD BONDS
On November 2. vhen MiMuri voted
m and approved the proposition for an '
iu.- of 560,000.000 in road bonds foriC!""e
the State there v.ere wveral other sute
v. tim on sirndar rrorositions. In Mm
ne-oU. an i5uc of $:5-000.0ob vas an
proved: in West irginia. $50.000j000:
in Colorado. $5,000,000; in RU.k, $2r - France .h.leErricrger place, -the ;
000,000. Daring ihe tun years precrdmg ) bbme on Ule v3yl1 n'1 ""''"IT afimori - .
th- rl.-cuon, tclvc slalr voted lssuci lic"- Ludcndorff blarney Ucmstorff and ,
v.hich amounted total to $272300,000. ' Bcrmtorff blames thr leaders at hxnr,
... . , . ird ihe ston.- rro.s wiih ihe iflHnr
A.IJing that amount to the recent issues - thf s!or E""13 ,Ul 1he If,1(
authorized, hich totaled '$192,000,000, TKcro hii " littIe d'"'!1 1
there is a total b..ad issue of 461,000, -rciwiMue tlhed counuis a to Tis. j
. , . , , ", , .. T. ' ' .In urn tfc. w-r- mi rerr-wlv i WT
000 authorized for road building pur-1 cn tHt '"r ' -,
pr.es hi did-erent eeclions of the UnrwJof Qiie4 for lUe-Ccrrcjiistudai. (
ralM. In aJ.lilicn to llil-s. Virginia hss
taken tlie pnliminar) sies lokat.t 1l
thoruing an issue- pf $30.000.000,. lihich
would bting the figure up to $514,000,
Considering the fact that this money
i to be matrhed b tlVTVdcral Covcrn
mrnt, dolbr for dollar, it is seen that
there is a fund of more than one billion
dollars for tbe purpose.
This is the first tiinr in the history of
iLe country that such a Jiroad program
f..r road building lias been entered upon.
'I is beginning on a national scale ard
the results of this 'program v.ill not. in
all probability, be fully seen before an
other program of equal magnitude or
larger will have b'-en put under ay for
- Perhaps tbe reason Monday is so blue,
i that Sunday is too pint.
v"hfle the royal treasury of Italj col
lects millions of lire for income taxes,
I nele Sam often fails to get dollars from
liars vtbo don't file truthfully llt-ir re
ir mall are
ni.jwt f..r .ItMir Vltll.l,, Ill.r.trtO SCeSS-
..v ..... ,
jble to all classes of people. Tins i'
our advantage over European towns. Rat
Columbia, viilh a sobriquet of "Athen
of Missouri," does not do justice to her
civic standing with hf insignificant pub
lie library. It is true that the University
Librar) ranks high among libraraies of
the country, but lo this, institution only
1 uur students and faculty members and
. their families go to read and tote out
books. The town's people make little
use of it.
Columbia lias a populationrof' more
than 10,000 and her public library situat
ed in an inconspicuous place remains al-
most unknown by the people. TVe need xf
bigger one. We need a library Here
adults and children could pass their
'leisure time reading.
Tliere are pertons in the city who arcluauJ or mete adartcd to the wants arsl xcura.'-t nid Imtld-T, a twance 01a tc
.:,.:.- .. ' ...'.. . f.mr1 w.,1, iocca, of wild life than MtosourL lnderiow v;ho was connected in someday vnth ,
. . ,,
vluc!i to Mart a city librarj. Camcpe
.funds are ala)s ready to back up a j
"mme of this kind. Tlie plan should re.
ceive the warmest support from every
The public library is ait institution
fcherr popular knowledge is deposited.
It is an index f a progrcsivr city or
.Joon, and by it one can judge the char
ircwr, industry and education of tbe peo
e in a community. In all cases a good
'library is a civic asset, the value of v.hicb
cannot be expressed in terms.of dollafs.
Englishmen and Irishmen alike are
making Ireland the land of ire.
' It takes a big man to keep calm over
J streak of good fortune. Too often
Average Man, forgets to keep his bead
and Mis Fortune smiles.
PASSING THE BUCK
Since the close of the late TTorld War
!; number of Cerman leaders have rushed
tuto print to tell the world just how
XnVSIliMany Faculty Members Are ,
the defeat Mould hav in irm,i ....! af-Wrvrlr Prpnarincr- TPW oOOKS
") ue mi continues to grow amfb.
now there should he added the name of
Mathias Erzberger; head of the Cerman
delegation tliat negotiated the armistice.
The new author's Look, as miekcd
by the New York Times, tells how he'
was opposed to the policy that permitted
Italy to come into the war; Ihw he'was
agairt the'eourse followed towards Ru
mania and how he bitterly fought the
peace of Dret-litotV. The burden of
his plea, however, is concerned with his
opposition to the ruthless submarine war,
because it was certain to force the United
States into the conflict. He talcs pains
,in,1:atC V. -'!hU ItC-th .feSSrf Z
Hcllweg and Ambassador ven Bern'torff,
both of whom opiiosed the submarine
ampaigmns and the latter of v,hom was
ergageil w.th President Wilson jn a" er- , Ercap 0f Ati..M ilonifiiy. Ji
ious nunc for peace when the ruthless j nill 1 a survey of Ans.ria ami its pro
campaign started. " ,fM iSiJ ,0 P"1" "" An-
.tlirr book by Doctor iveiner will be en
rxrln-rgcr sajs tLc war v.as lost lie-
of the mlldes submarine war.
J''Tripitt fa)-s defeatresulted becau'e
U " not nUidnJlJy ruthless. Lcd-n-
'dcrff ""nes "W collapse of cinlian mor-
'aIf for ,he "" f h German lines
cf the future to-figure out iu.t-voo 1..S.J
r t r a,
' : rrM
FISHING IN MISSOURI-
J " ""
Missouri lias one good Stat: Esh hs'cfc
the Forest Patk hatcherv. Many 0
!-er Uter slates have from five to t,
Pracically every state in the Lnion hf
a fisli licemc law. Te are tbe execptian.
The ether states life the nuscy derive,
'rom the fih licenses to carry on propa
.aucn and planting of fish in the uatei
it their states as well as to patrol th:
streams sad protect the fa's.
Tim Rirnungham, at the conclusion- of ,
-l.. m.l ..rr,-. -. ,HIt.L" K,n"i -"IW'" lU"l
,nJ fisl. commi-'sioner. wrote in his late
repcrtr "Born and reared ia th- Ozark
,..,,... .,-..,. ,:,.
section, carl) in life I tad cultured th
1 r . if....!.... ..J .k:... .. .h i
. t L. u:'rr',,rrdL ; .
uiSitiiie v inc uujB njisj jv mwt, mm
they naiurilly love tbe wild.' TTiii.
oon of the sute is truly the Surtzerlafid
t,f Anwnca. Manr people gr for railej
for hunting and recreation anj lcavc'be
hind llrfin far more beautiful miaatain
scenery than they End on their vacaui
T . .1 . . .t. . ..... iv..
-u.. ..- t. " . 1.- ,.W n v,
nen 1.1c ucciiic ui .. natc MKt. .. a . . . j.. .....
.ha we- ha,e here they U V-. rf rf
kave home for the Adirondaks, ine.C t M g '
Uk and other extensively adverted re , fa
oris and in turn thousands of pleasun . . jj 7, .
seekers from the outside will catch the' Wf ?? L.' nlt ' "
spirit and spend their summers with ve I119 lcia B i,n,R!1,.
"Every roouutain stream south of the '
n. w;r,r ,n..h .Ulan,,, l.ne fur. r
nfeJics llw best of fishing. Possib'y nr
' vincr stale in tne union ins so mac
es cf mountain water v.hcre the bic I -
ard little mouth blacL bass craeple. jark
.nA n.Tvr m. lUh twirnd. Tre. th-v
ct not w. plenuW now as they were in
former jears, for re have not sleeked
iho streams as we should, but ve have
Aine die best vtr could under tlie cir-1
.-.m. tr,: TT. .re lofitirr fnmard lo
1 general pica, vihcreby these strcari,
, ,11 frerv oiher stream in the state.
may be stocked with every species cf fish
tial -Hiil thrive m their waters, nun a
conservative fish license law, this can be
dene viitbout one cent of expense to lire
taxpeyer cf the state, tisce the hcr'
rncn and hunters of Missouri will furni-h
the reervc sufficient not only to protect
Irtit to propagate.
"T5 c lave alrei J lost speaes of game
anj s, for jjj. t,f tr.c protection' tba
.L.IJU.I -. , m. wrien
Ussouri was-known as one of tbe besti
hunting grounds" in the Middle Wot. '
"No stale in Ihc union is better sit-
ttho present plans of propagation the
xmiug back. The deer are almost gone
frr.m the state, vet they thrive well under
plans of conservative propagation. With
.l- -,.M., f tnmrt state came
p-ecerves, vie can ea.Uy bring thcirrback
as zn their old-time herd."
Willi two exceptions, every state m
tha Union charges nonresidents a license
tax Tor fishing. All but eleven impose
a license fee on their residen's for the
privilege. .The, Missouri Fish Commis-1
sion urges every farmer to build a pond
and raise fish.
HOLDS REVIVAL AT OAKLAND
The Rev. Arch E. McCord "tll Con
duct Latter Day Saints Meeting.
The Rev. Arch L McCord, pastor of
the Reformed Latter Day Saints Church,
arrived here yesterday to begin a rcn
val campaign of several days' ""a6"
Reginning this evening, meetings ""ill be
held every evening at the Oakland
Church, about seven miles north of town.
The Revrrend McCord came from Ma
con, 'where he conducted a Messful
revivaL He has two sons in school here.
Harold, a student in thcScI.ol of Med
icine, and Dean, who is in the University
, i. iiuiii.iiuni.j,.-!,---
r..i... an.kMd i .t- 1rett ImiMv" ii. thi. name of the next pook iiy
in prunes f preparation at least imriy Dr. W. A. Tarr. It is a textbook for be
boefcs j the present thae. iiaU of tb-o ' ginning student" in economic geology.
... ... . .uu-.i. lt. lr in ! Th- lf-it uill deal with the deposits of
. t IlVl VM"U VWMf".-..-'.- - ' J
aonoui1net to be rae.ee.
Dr. V. M. Trefibolw trill have a book
go to lite wi.ntn me next year conjin-
... .!'. i .. .. . ..
,r hn.h,. iW hoct mm n- nun -
tuaed m ite Harvard HKoncal stuaies.
U will te a Mil oi Ue ails, s.aices and
ivievelotocni oi monasuc io..u tne
vtose oi tire reign i ilisry'Vill. An
other book iiicn Ooetor litnnftSme h
1-tepating is a teiiboot v.hitb will be
pdblisicd by the MacmiTlan Corapanj.
of Curop- to l$V and h designer! W
Ihc tithe is "Political and Social History
precrce the volume, of a similar titlel";'" sc niuwain. . -" "- ""
i noman hmpite.
I Prof. R. J. Ketner. also of the liistsry
' "cpar.mait. b pennp. tne basxst im.er
-.t I.. f.M-ilt Ha m hrihnn fratlr nn
Mt, "coniemporary Pouucs in Mavwii-
wWeti-vW !- a srry ot ih.
jiirrrc vioiU of toe sian.-o4c na.Him i
u.ff witn spe-iai at.enaon to u
-ii,,. Truths We Live B." a study o.
-Sir v-ri.ie. In the hW rmwKrn tewl
--- n J. ?'7a- collaboration
- u. r.Wl.pfi ifcpaameni. It beiiibii, lj i;. Tucker, head of the hi-tiry
puhlrOicl by D. Appieton ZJo. .Icparlroent' of the McKinley High School
VI" o JJ"J , of Su Lcuw and R. V. Harmon head of
"Mexico and Iter ITtclems Is tbe lbr ti,!ory department of Westport High
jJe 0f a bocfc vduj. bem pwc- Sieol of Kansas Qty. is preparing a
-y Xiss lfia JJofcanBon oj uie rarsic. I x j.,.,1- cn tie KtmerM 0f citizenship,
iniis dansactu. It .t t.auy c ' fiof. Linnard Haseman, head of the
it "Jtcsi Jixs otTs)e pucs tad i i rentrnn!ogr depattment, is preparing a
, a JRah bj the a.tha t.lwk on iusect control for ule in ih;
A 1133 o64e rertiulitcs rai-aiu-p-aie school. .
j J. Xl -M
f ntji'of a Ul'trt PnL Bt TV. Wati
i.f .ri? . ' .-.". - Tl . ..
EACSlOnUCS I ITC rnHESVICUa. I Wfloc l.nslill title nl ll lrne Stint.
thtfi-wm be cMCpbted next jr. It J trailatcd by Dr. C. II. Sabine of the
ai,.d tterANueBKtte-ffawd.philen, de--tment and Prof. '. J.
;hr pmfwwns in nwdern industry
" "n InlrodBCtion ta LcaaomiC Ceol-
i ' '
T1SE Oi'EN COLUMN !
Scltocl aad Prip.L
E dtttr The Misscaria.it I am not an
educate.1 roan but I think Dcetcr Ellvwd
-em tw i in'rris spceUt wbea he said
he was prafeusdly conviacrd that in the
. !. . J i I iL.b
ft-W1 "P"1" " ' t0 ,9 ,
oa! J" P"1'- , . ' ,, . ,
I lrw n otijecttoas lo-rcataliao ot j
' .,i!, .-,! .1
3 at , 1. -?
,. , ., ..l
t ?" ' wlBoal " "-agaw .n
sdem pi men.
H Corinrhihn. 26.
"S. Thai jour fslih sbsuH it tttad
so ttjc wilclojn oi rsot but ia tbetox
f Cod. , '
"r. fwwtieit Ve peak -mttwi ajnonf.j
" ,n" "-.Tnrea jr. wwn
' j flip XVW (OOKS I I
"The Patsios for Life.
! Josepli Hot.int m The Pain f
j Life" trlh of a young Engliafc lawyer
bsove--s shordy after he suns on
j ie road to success, that be has r.nly one
er to !"-
Slmptsn, the ennvnaonally faitMuli
, manservant, ucwilhng to leave his 11a
I Kver.shed master, fm. a small cottage
j -n Cerntall ithica fc rents cheaply, and j
hich is to serve as a last haven fer the
1 ricken this nct'J death overtakes Hsz
Of course, dae t the fact that tie stdrj
s written ia tie first person, the reader
kr.oi.s- all thiough tbe book that e;m;
niraculous care is to be ejected and on;
annot help but vvondcT just what his
nabdv was, a its oarae Is noraentroftea
-v-tptmlie vaguest f terms "ev of
' " T one OIBIV weaK cavs.
It !urca,tJt that the house had be-a
.ent.cd at a cheap rate becaase cf the
-ayco ppnce 01 in prcnocj
a half-witted boy vdu had also disap
wared. The res' rf the (tin ittoit
the late var, a discovery of a CtTam
scheme, and tbe inevitable lore plot widi
Isabella Lcthridie cs the hcTnca. The"
Pw has tairlv good viicc. cut as s-n-
. . ... . ....,
! t bf ,"" wt a mpwag ma'itv
(not " ""& itT
en fte part of ths wrrier.
i Heming -IL IWU, ftew joik
; an" - """" " i""-i
, jjig GVLENDAR '
, - " " "
1 December 3. Dr. J. A. Thompson
"Fundamental .Needs of the Mission
Field." Y.JLC A-llaUding, p. m.
December 8 University Dramatic Club
plav, tPIots and Plavwrights."
Dccmeber 10. Chicken-pie supper at
the Benton SchooL
.Dec. 8-10, Y. W. a A. Japanese
Bazaar in Room 219 Acad-mic HalL
December IS Zoellner String Quartet,
under tbe 3T:spirrs.rf Phi Mn "ili!ia.
the Uni'e-siT "'iioriso Wednesday
evening. fHI o'clock.
D-. 12 Fall Term edf as 12 o'clock
Dec 30-31 Registration for the win
-"- " . I
I coal gas. slt, silverand all the products t
from the earth withhich we nave to
deal. '"Determinative Tables for Common
Minerals and Rocks." is bong revted
'by Dr. Tarr. It will b- published b)
I the Missouri Rook Company and
ue reauy .mring iw "
"Mason Structures" is the title of the
litest book virilten by Prof. F. P Spald
ing of the Shool of Engineering. It is
in the pre" of John Wiley and Sons and
nill soon be ready for ditribution.
"Light" is the subject of an inter
Mia!e phv-.cs by Dr. II. M. Reese It
wing. Rv.il. Le published by the
Vissouti Rook Ccmpanv and villi be
ready for dislnbntion by the middle of
TCltS OF IVDlLM UCSTITirlX
Tit. Hermann Scl.Iundt nf the chemis
try department is writing the results of
lii induration of inrsothorium, a sub
. stituf fi.r rddium. This kill be publish
ed- in a bulletin hi the. Uniteil Males
'rao. ' i - -
. .. . .1,,,
t uui ... t"-v, -
M. F. Miller is Mntinga book on sou-
.for uc m the ocalional apricuhwre
jcoawe v'urti are hc'in ttib'i-I.cd in
ii.' htsh wlioclt of i!,r countr) ' The
i bout mil Ix publibc4 by Cinn ami Com-
; "Tbs Modern Idea of the State," is
Ubs,;XoW by Dr. II. Krabbe. which is beine
1 ---,- , .. ..
1 hepard of tlw political science depart-
1 HALLSVILLE NEWS
Mr. and M's. J. C Denton and Mr. and
Ure JI- E. L nJ f" of Ccntralia
j "rcec5"e?ts "' Mtmd Mrs. L. P. Lewis
I All 03 1 A .lira T7asm ah h '-.1.nV.! !
.'" -"" ""' . ..... .
Jf ?P -1(nda!r- " '
,, . . M v , c . ..
Mr. and Mrs. frank im'.ns of Kansas
nf .ST,,,,,-, ,1.. l,:l. r . J..t,V
on Dece"moer 5.
Miss Jewell Austene has returned home
.sTier visiting friends in Columbia.
Aj bazaar and chicken pie supper.was
held at tha Barclay liotel last Saturday
rugfit. A large crod attended.
L Mr. ,, Mre. ,. jj. Jones of ofaii,
j iave been vbitiag .Mrs. Jones' parents
Jjr. raA Mrs. p. F. XlctoiC
Miss Mildred Morgenthaler has been
I nijing frieads here this v,eelc.
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ENrORCE CIGARETTE LAW
The Local W. C. T. U. Will Demand
Here is a copy of the cigarette law
which the local branch of the W. C T.
L. declares should be enforced in thi
Any person who shall, by himself,
his servant, or agent, or as the serv
ant or agent of any other person, di
reedy or indirectly, or upon any pre
tense, or by any device, sell, "give
away or otherwise dispose of, unto
any peron under the age of eigh-
teen years, any cigarette, cigarette
paper or cigatette wrappers, or any
' substitute thereftrr, or any paper
made or prepared for the purpose of
makirg cigarettes or any substitute
ib-refor, or for the purpose of being
filled wilh tobacco for smoking, shall
be ad udged guilty of a misdemean
or, and upon conviction thereof,
shall be punished by a fine of not
less than $10 nor more than 100 for
the first offense, and by a fine of not
lest than $50 nor more than $500
far the second offense and provided,
further, that one-half of the fine re
covered shall go to the complaining
s Every person over the age of ten
years and under the age of eighteen
years, who shall smoke or use cigar,
ettes on any public road, street alley,
patk or other lands used for public
purposes, or in any public place oT
business or amusement, upon any
railroad train or street car, shall,
upon conviction, be adjudged guilty
of a misdemeanor, and punished by
a fine of not more than 110.
Four Engineers Attend Convention
Oiltoer Iagels, a senior, and Harold
Hardaway and Roy Jeager. juniors, were
chosen at a meeting of the Engineering
Club last night to represent the Univer
sity at the national convention of the
Cuard of Saint Patrick at Ames Ia
January 10 aad 11. 'Herbert Draper,
who is national secretary, will attend the
meeting and also act as senior repre
sentative. To Finish New Dormitory' Jan. 1.
"'-The "new Stephens College dormitory
will be- completed and ready for use try
January 1, according to the contractoTrs.
It comi'ts of three floors and a large
basement and will accommodate about
BEST STORY OF THE DAY
-Mother," said John Worth, after tbev '
had finished their simple noonday meal.,
"1 can see no way out of it except to use
the money that the turkeys bring for the j
)h, John," said his wife in a dijano-1
ointed voice, "I had been planning to use I
that money to buy a phonograph for the
"I tnow that you have, dear." repled I
her husband, "but I have been ,0 the bank
this morning and it is impossible to bor
row money and will be for some time.
The, market L off on everything and I did
not gel anywhere near what I h4 expeeN
ted for the stock that I sold, jou know.
Besides, Lucille's expenses at high school
have been considerable."
Mrs. Worth took a handful of dishes
from the table ami went into the kitchen
to conceal her disappointment. Her hus
band followed her after a few moments
and found her poking the fire in prepar
alion for heating the drhwater. He ca
ressed her gently, then hurried outside tc j
It was late in November in the fall o
1907 and the panic had made money ma
ten especially tight. Mrs. Worlfi, assi
ted by 9-year-old Johnny, had uorkci
with the greatest care all through lb
summer caring for tlie turkcy Lucillt
the oldest of the four children, had finis
ed -country school and was at a lor(
fifteen miles distant attending her fl'S
jear of high school. The .three others
were still going to the little conntn
Mrs. Worth was anxious to maka thr
tome on the farm at the foot of ihe
Ozark, a, attractive for her rlnldren
Like moil children they were fond of
the phonograph, and it had been Mrs
Worths ambition from the time she set
ihc turkey eggs in the spring ti buy a
phonograph with the money. When she
saw that the prospects of raising.a flock
were good, she let little Jphcn, in on the
secret. How Jus eyes had shone!
The secret was too good for Johnny i
la keep, so-he toldlthe rot of the child
ren what was to Le done with the "tur
key money." All the children, even Lu-
eileaway at high school, looked forward
to Christmas and the joy that u to be
brought into the home by lite phono
Mrs. Worth's ees were dimmed by
leati as she waihed the dishes; still, as
she looked through the window that
Ltleak afternoon and saw her husbantTTn
bis shabby, coat as l.n scooped oTf tlie
load cf corn that he had just brought
in from the field, slirTknevr tliat he would
never have asked her 10 make the sacrl
(ice iMie could have devised any other
way to secure the money he must have
Villi 'which to pay Ids taxes.
-The afternoon wore erf and at 4:30
o'clock the children came from school
It was Mrs. Worth's custom to take a
few minutes off from her work when thev
came home each day to sit down and
greet them. This day her heart was
heavy., but she concealed it as best she
could. Alter each of the children had
been to the pantry to get somethirg ir
eat, Mrs Worth told them that it was
necessary for papa to use the money that
the'tirrkeys wovrld bring to pay the taxes
with that sear.
Charley, the oldest boy, looked v en
solemn, little Susie began to cry and
Jchnny's eyes filled with tears bat h'
went on out to help hi, father and oHe
brother with the chores. Later in th
evening, he stopped after putting an arm
fnl of wood into tlie woodbox in lb
kitchen, slipped up to his mvther n
his arms about her reck and said: It
all right about the phonoexaph. mamm
Sister will be home and well have a ni
Christmas anyway. Besides, we can b"-
one with next jear's turkey money; mv
PACK YOUR PARCELS WELI
Quick Christmas De'ivrr re-i,.-
Uuoa Senders, Says Mr. Ha'l.
"The safe and quick deliver o'
Christmas packages is goini to deiv '
largelv on the senders," said L. J. IW
"The postoftce department is erne"
ing an excentionallv heaw rrs. of
eel post packages grom now until Ht-i
mas and the only way to he se of q "
deliver is to see that the jnods are wer
packed -and plainly addressed. If tay
are used theaddress should also be wrr
ten on the container and the wranier
there is the danger of havin the ?
torn off. When the mail is so heavr. i
is useless' to pack the goods in 9im"
pasteboard boxes for they are ant to h
destroyed. Three-fourths ef the com
plaints regarding damaged goods have
been due to poor packing. We luv
been asked by the government to be
strict in insuring packages."
Mr, Hall remarked that yesterday was
a record breaking day in the- history i
the Columbia postoSce on C 0. D. pack
ages. A great deal of fraternity jewelrv
came In, which probably accounts for the
unusual number of C O. D.'s.
NEW MEMBER FOR BOARD
V(. R. Leach of St. Lonis to Serve on
State Board of Agriculture.
Governor Frederick Gardner has re
appointed three members of the present
Sute Board of Agriculture, each to, serve
for a teftn of four years, and appointed
W. R. Leach of St. Louis to succeed W.
H. Wdkrnson of St, Louis whose term
expires January 4.
Those re-appointed are: Joseph Love
gieen. La Belle L William H. Milliian,
Richmond, and Martin J. Hylon, St.
-Preparing Circuit Court Docket.
Tbe docket of eases for tne January
term of 'the Grcuit Court is now being
prepared.' It' will be" ready about De
ITS WAR ON CINCH BUG
A. C. Burrill Starts Contest to Elim
inate Farm Pests.
An essay contest on the eradication of
the chinch bug by burning waslaunched
yesterday by A. C Burrill, entomologist
of the extension division of the College
The presentation of successful schemes
for killing the bugs by burning is now
, UBm ""e wege 01 Agriculture.
" desired that these articles be pub-l
" '" """" Papers a i"e state.
J-"""" .SI i. . ?' J' '
.b nu.g .u. u. u1.1c.111. iue articles
msst be submitted to a iRssou:! rubli
ca ion. Contributors whose work is ae
cepted by some editor may enter the
contest. The prize for the best essay
is $5. Information regarding the contest
may le secured on application to Room
4, Horticultural Building.
Chinch bugs and the Hessian fly are
causing much trouble to farmers in Mis.
souri, according to Mj. BurrilL The farm,
ers did not realize last harvest season that
the cliinch bugs were in their fields un-
Ul they had begun to harvest. To pre-
rant and. to exterminate as nearly as
possible the pests for the following year
Mr. Uurrul is recommending that the
farmers get bjsy this fall or winter a-i)
id thtir fields of the pest at once. 1
The acvke he gives is this: TJ.at hi
' fan- fields, be ause if yot.r wheat field". 1
.-e infested with the Ira; nn-v as swil
- the wheat is cat they will migrale to
he corn field and ruin it. The wa 10
event this is to trap the bugs befor-'
it wheat iipens r cvci before it has'
ten come through d e groend.
A plan sometimes used Ly tie farm
ts is this. A ditch is made all around
ibe entire field with a plow. This ditch
is filled with, liquid gas, tar or a heavy
'oad oil. Holes are' dug from twelve to
ijhrecn inches deep at Intervals along
hi ditch from twentr to thirty fee
a f cn the e ;e of ta- !hi Hie bn s
1 not cress is cr lUe to inil t-av !
i-g it and fall i-rto the viles anJ Cv e
T can be killed by p-m-inj ke mt
to the holes.
Another plan somsicus s l-
.en c-ce is rnafcle to trap ;h-m b the
r -e me -od a deep f arrow is flowed
around the field and a log is dragged
back, and lorth, across the furrow until a
sty ditch is foimed from which the
1 -fes cannot escape once they have got-
en into it.
These rJkns for getting the bug ate
cry good bat for this time of the year
such plans will not be of much good,
hey appl 1 .only to the spring. In the
-ly s ins and also in the winter the
s d 'e in grass rubbish and dead '
lves. and the best wav 10 get them!
rw is by barring all of this rubbish in I
"d around fields. Those that are hid
rs in other places will be killed by the!
"1 1 of the winter. Also oce must not
iink that the b-Jgs aln-a;s hide near the
-elds'to whkh they do damige. Same
'"rats' they ma? be found quite a distance
ora -the EeWs. The winter, Mr. Bar.
Home Ts tie
n . -y a, - g
, - - .- n . t
rill says, the farmers should barn all
of the rubbish around their fields and aU
the' tufted grasses that can be found in
or near the fie'ds and they will not have
muclt trouble with the chinch bug in the
It is also well, he says, to put up bar
riers and spray in the spring to prevent
the bugs from getting into those"iiM
that do not have them already. Oil
sprays are used mostly for these 0IWf,
AT WORK ON
Asso-dation to 'Sub
mit Plaa at CojTsation.
A tentative plati for the new sure
constitution will he submitted by a com
mittee from the Misuari Bar Association
tt the nrososed constitutional conven
tion, acccrdirg to a mcctiag oJ this as
sociation at St. Louis last week. -Amongj
thse who attended Item Columbia were)
Judge David H. Harris, N. T. Gentry.
Dean J. P. McBaine, and Prof. Kenneth
Sears. Professor Sears was elected sec
retary of the association.
a H. S. DebaTinclaiTto Meet.
The Debating Club of Columbia Hi'-di
School will meet tomorrow miming. The
subject fr deboate 1 Reslvtd that
federM law providing for compulsory ar
bitration betweei eraplojer and cmplojel!
is wise and fcawble. Hartley Binks a.i.1 j
Hareld Streeter will take the affirmirive, j
and (ryil fog.ns and Junior Harper ,
fcill take the negam-.
Join the Crowd Tonight
They aye going
"Plots and Playwrights5
Cu.iain rises 8:15
Resened seats 75c, 50c,
Unit ersity 'Auditorium.
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In the Candle-light
That is burning bright on Christinas Ee in your home
let there he a reflection of Christinas, cheer in a new sefbf "
The genuine silver of simplicity in design
for itself a place in every true' home lover's
best loved place on earth at
ware helps to keep it so.
Geery's Jewelry Store
Ninth Street f
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