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THE COLbMBU EVENING iMlSSOUIUAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER J. 1920
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- THE COLUMBIA In ,he Mmr ' ,,,e 0h,'' r,ir. "e
-EVENING MISSOURIAN iMl-wuri R"" anJ ,I,e Tenneee Rier
- i helped in the development of the states
gl " Sf Spring BonndtsJHere; Many Sport
Effects Tn Women's Slippers
mal ftora (o-e tie point pi iiuman py
PhlW --T LT-.-r--7-rrc.,T. ""P ,a u,c OOCIOIrai OT lur "aics rlmlW An!m.,l nvrUJo-fists. an,! hn.
rfiv dv it.. At: r n..uiT lt i. washed Iiy them. The extension of waiFr. mm txthAWfiu wrll nKIm tn it)i
sociatlon. I. . f. IT VJI W.1I rl-.. 'v..,, ir,n.nnr.in ,ff,- ... 1 J and even Jecrv h Littcrlv. Without such The ''' of lhe PngIonnet havei this kind. Sparkling and jeweled cnia.
K "Mliuimi. ' I . ... , ... fifiion. I,tram would liA J.A Lon- ""' .""T "W i-c?lM' - "
itr77; ;-,. .. veiopmem commerce uiroufUout we' ..-... , ' . .1 , . cbic ul uucy. Tlirir UnH ere differ.
iy !Affcrtn, ..f lIie count. i, w; -" 'T'", ."'k S t fo .1- of e .taw.h. Local
CCBSCRIPT10N RATES ..t- . eommercIJ ralnc lo il.e Inland ibo.ed tovcholorical uruda. -Swrfl- ""''!?'" "y ,hal ot of the Iui3 vUl be
fooC the llg prajr linberWf, "Keddy. - w, , t,ie,.Indtt ) M, JJ
ilia rw 1 !.. iti w.Mjit nwiT ?r tMw ' . ' r . . . .. ,
V- . " """"-'-----;"- .jts are popular. The- evfr-uuable uil.
f intereling ammal per-onal.aa refes- m vM ,;, w WIU
to b extinct in literature even if tbtj , Celephane i an excerdingl popuUr
haro been crowded off Uie earth ilh . nutfrial for the earnest bat. It I uwd
the ranisliing frontiers. We are grateful I ,ione anj in cornbin,tion with natin.
J centa ' cop'"-:l and an incenu're to creater effortJ
Ur -ill in Boone County: Year. !n t-nre and Industry for the Mid-
AS; 6 momhi, $1.73; 3 .months, 90 die Stales hich are today dependent
-enta; mondi. 35 cents. 'upc luc rjiway fj$i,m ,0 rarrJ. Jltir
Outside the county: Year. $150; 3 . . . .,
ott-V $U; month. 45 ceuH. PaJ. -?"" '""oau
able In adrasce. Tc are comine, to a point tlif re tliere
Member Audit Bureau o, Grculationa ! "" temporary suspension of the
lextemion of our railway system, nhich
Adrertisinc and Crculatioc
rlfrfl a- awinr1t ktaa rrnil m.1ttn.
iLeeptance for mining at sped- rate already the rant complete and the
ii postage provided for In Section 1103. longest system in the hvrliL France,
Ar -)f October 3, 1917. authorized Sep- ,r. ,,:. :.. ,-:,,, ;,i, - -M.
Vlh VI I4IUMUI, HCIll uaK U 1I1U uc
lopmrnt of its vatema)s and the
ntruction of- its canals. VTe unll
' rt-entually realize as France tlid the al-
CflOSSlJi'GS IN COLUMBIA ae nf atcn-ay inland comnnmication.
.. , . , . , , K. ,. I We do not believe this stcra aCTjrd a
'Ao one thinks or Broadway ami iMMn I '
.. ,. ,. , , , Joelopment fo minute as tliat of "the
streets without thinking of the crossings.
-. 1 1 - . r i r railroads but nevertheless in the further
llie sudden jolt of stepping down trom i
.,".",, , . . i .. rtowth of our demelic trade it should
the sidewalk to the street is not a pleas-
One is continually re-
jr.portancc. Wut the hri" Cinl ar.d
he Muuu (-iiul lure done for thir re-
I to Waller Pilchard Eaton for them, and , Candy cloth is used in many attractive
-ongratulate him upon lus frontier spirit. ' Jym. Circ satin, which resembles leath-
Canna") Fleming H. Rerell Com 1 er. is one of the leading materials. Braids,
pany Lcndon; cloth; 310 pages illus tiCelas and brocades will hold their
.y"i.- f't. rl- f .1 TT. ! -?.. -
UII llie X-KC O IHC niiuutic. - - - . . ' L. . .1
K. Wilde Company. Boston and Ch.cago; .unr TT "': Vw IZ
. , . H . ,i 'low will leaa. Brown, luvy blue and
-:loth; 312 page,; .IImi. ed.) lht. via also U nj.
,he Frontier in American I liry, , H ,lv(. , bit.of
Mcnry Holt & Cc, New W; clotht hlD(,jwork J0 adorn ;, f if b
W) pages.) ( contWffcd ; the class of -&e elite. The
more ciclusiie manufacturers are ;hjw
clacc in the millinery ihop.
i ne colors lor spring are very ungm.
'' TIRE OPEN COLUMN I ' inE c'CTtr am' fntirely new iriraniings of
Agents will continue to lend their chann.
Fetching veils will be worn by Happeis. j
per and matrons alike, when the soring
breezes blow. Squire veils" ot the bird
cage type and tight veils ars equally
raittce of one hundred persons which is
Irving to secure constructive immigration
legislation. This is called- the National
Committee for Constructive Immigra
tion. Dr. Sidney L. Gulick of New York
Cty is secretary of this committee. Jle
"Mow that the war has been won, tfc
closelv related problems of unemploy'
ment, of consequent Tabor unrest, and of
immirration are becoming acute. Our
Manufacturers of women's suiu and I Pnt immigrauon .aw, are , un
dresses are late in presenting their mod-1 '.' . T7 tS tI- -,. r.
, ... - ' . . . nnt nrhl in nrHieiDle.- Ihe Drooer re-
els thir year, due to the uasettled econ
omic condition, of the mark t '
rancy hosiery will be more populi'
striction of immigration," the distribution,
emolovment and protection of immi-
ol standards lor
nc ijuiuiar ., . . .
.i. i- .. . . - -. grants, ine raisinz
uisn ever in me spring, uce nose. I- v. .. j -li ....:. r M
,-MA .ff-.. . it ..-JL. ii.. .j naturaTization and the-education of all
attractive louche, of color embroidery ' "limi ! it,SL",,t'
will be worn. ' ,rr r"lalrmB tnimediate legislauon.
Straps will be popular for wom-n"t "W Bolshevist doculnes are not to find
slippers. Beads and fancy buckles will"1!!1 acceptance in America, resulting
be 'worn for formal occasions. Oxfords l'n ioIeM '"" ta establish Soviet gov
will b best for street wear. Thera will j emment, we laust find prompt and el
be maJny,sport effects such as perforated i tc,ire solutions of these problem,
tips, brogues and combinations of black - A law has .been proposed by thisna
and white) Local shoe men say that Ltional committee by which American
the toejbn street shoen will be medium ' standards of labor may be protected, our
round. Kid, suede and calf skin will be national irs!itutions safeguarded, and
used In black, brown and gray.
xniednl of the mining step'
Middle-aged or iMcrlj
Shall the -Steam Roller" LiveT ,
Editor the Missounan: A prdttice
which lias gene on ever mce the estab
lishment of school organizations has rec-'
enlly become not nMieeaMe and mlioas .
in more than rnie sehocl mi tin- campus
Tin is the so-called tcam roller orgjiii-'
sjicctnc sections may be done in other
mu-t lt-ii tuinfulK Iin fruni the curb- !
. " , , , , , . i sections of the country by the develop
ing lo the street should lie considered. ' ' '
- . . i aient of canalt and the improvement of
Then there are th." days cl snow ami ,
rain or fieri when the concrete walL is
slippery. .This means uncertain walL-
ing und not infrequent accident. I
Aalfrwais. uicre js no section of the
rountry where such internal improvement
U more needed than in the valley wa-hed
'it may seem a trivial thing M talk
about, but it i uureawnahlj that Ov-j
lumlians sliould be suffering n much J
discomfort or inconvenience where a i j
small expense would remedy the matter.
by llie Missitcjppi and tlir AIiswiri
Sfime persons would like to take all
the wind to run their own windmills.
FRONTIER SPIRIT IS
AWAKENING IN CHINA
ilany times vthen we were cl.ihiTn
i find sometimes after we were dd enough
' li know better, we saitl that we wt'ird.
THE FARM BUREAU'S VALUE1 "d Leen Indians and lived in wig
warns and hunted deer in the great ,r
It i- difficult to establish new orgamza- j C5S W(, v)ot ,Juffao oa he ,a., rA
lions, however honest and sincere may j We dixarncd of these Indians in gav
I tli-ir ohejeet. The Farm Bureau ii Navajo blankets and soft mocassins
... , . i i r ' brightly licaded. Wc did not realize
designeil iiriiaanlv to aid the fanner, ' , - . .t . t . . . .
l ' , Jieir pevertv, their abject mweiy. At
et Ihe farmer wants lo know what good j ulier times we wi-hed we had lived dur-
such an organization will do lu'm. The i ing the itcvolution there will le
Cr., .ii it.ii mn.i f.-r.- would ,nr ran,u' ' " American iiiiviy
"" "" " "' .1 11 I . 1 I :.. - T-T.
ak is Ihiw it would help tbnn in a btsi-1 KiMn vj-.y M lilcv pice,n, f
m- wav, so that farm businos would i ill formed desires?
pay better. j The frontier spirit i yet alive in every
Too many farmers do not collide- ! crican beast.
.1... .i.i: !.i..i . - . .;. : "l The frontier what does it mean?
j Geography tliat lus not jet been mappeul ?
.-.-.wi.tlieir investments to depreciaion en cr booked' Are there not as truly-fror?''
''"buildings and IfiJs and their to own i .s of consciousness? A r0tloif"vhile"
1 sAATAe?nl? Ii4r iw frnvisfaw ISfineArAiV.-svfv
-wage. lo mike a tubstantial ianroTe. I """. " . . "","',." .ir"
, , , ... I he Orient lm been looking backward.
ment, the farmers, as producers, should caUttlics fhe faceJ no fr-n'.!t
Inow how much grain, stock and fruit ow- it is right about face, tie Orient
they as a group have to sell as well as ' J heginning to press upon the frontiers
Lnow the matkeu. thdr ceed, ad how f .!iticil fB'cioun"'- " d
the products there are elasiiLed and
b.v,k for community effort, "How toj
Make l'eace " "It seems unquestion-1
able that the great spirit of publicL'serv
ice evoked liy tlie war mu-t carry" over
ivto a i!eire for permanent 'and jime-
nhat allnu-tic effort.
Alas! it is (lur-tionable. Probably it
74iMtn ance nus ixvok was wriiien inai ine
In department elections appointment pendulum ol human endeavor lias swung
of executive committees and rieetions of trom the lartnett Iint ol tixl arc ol
other school rcoresertatiVTS. various !a- commt!nitv.interet back into the di-
oraiy and profes-ional orders lave taken majing darkness of self-interest. But it
it upon themstlves ta do wlitt i knovrti ' has swm-g back until now, not only in
as "railroading." Formerly tins wi t Europe but in the United States, per
more generally the arcusatisn placed . sons interrted n all kinds of public
against social fratcrrities and sororities. ' work ate liemoanmg the decadence of
but the infection has 'p-cad to such a ' society, its apathy toward the future and
degree tlut prafeionaL4raiermties in ihe present. The Salvation Army drive,
one division of the Iniverwty can M the nJ Cross drive, each interest which
longer vork Hgetlwr fjr the true inter-'two vear ago found ihe people of the
e-t and uelHieing of their oin srliool. Nation solidly behind it. failed to reach
Their interests have beeoire narrowed tn I it- mark this year, riven in Boone Coun
their otn rrsptclive groujis. Can ale) whieh to outward appearance would
school leatonably cxiwet to grow if tins j wem to be but slightly affected bf the
practue is allowed t- exist? Cannot j general tnrpidit) of the public, the 1920
romc ffi'acrcs be taken asainst iTgani-; Kc I Cros drive falls ISOCVhort of the
ratieps whiih prcmsd'tatedli' pusb for goal.
office, candidates wlnvse rualificalivn ' -.iOV4 IO F.ce !;- taV.,, for grant,
art ticklv in rouiparioii totlicr wlw. CJ ,), IM;oplc want to face peace. It
on the er "urfare. are o evidently more fijj aus tlxat few.iicople want a
wnrtliv.' t fare it. They prefer tn ignore it: hi g"iv
llutirg Hs term, in a department 0, if ,,,. ,,ar haj never happened;
meeting, it beciae necessary to elect, a ;( thcy (UJ not oa a ,;ory ;n )l(.
delegate wlro-c dutit will become svrae f jnjs ami thrown it away in 1919
time this year, to be the sole rrpresenta- an( jriJrj. The book is packed with out
live of the sclioot when a certain cos- yiael .j pan, ,,. many j;nM (
tir-guished guest ilull arrive. A stu- community activit, education and bet-
dent who is a Tin Beta Kjppa as well as ,etmeni,
a rtludes scholar, a person" of presene-l , , , , f -, ., ,
I 1 rl'.. . . ... ..-It- .l.i. n. .1 R in c .....
ami aoilll) ii .s-iil .m,,iu .., .. , . , ,.;. ..,,1 ik. fnllnwlni. nr,
s which conclude the book;
la. f,-M Twtr'l nil niffhtmrs
v.n -i-is 'in lcl in v..iv tnilv reo- .- .- !,--. , .. -
' .. .i..i. n 1 i i,i!i i I n i r tlirr in mnlllftl. ittmii
II ,ll.ll.lU iv,iuiw . .., .
ami ability wa raMiv iiovn.u iy an aiIt(, tr.
orgaqizaUvo wliich ran one nf it meei mt w(c,
tiers thejaller being xnot ununable in4
every 'ifyY'ih fact in'no v.a truly 'rep- J'0.'
B. Winn went to Rucker Monday.
Mis Gwendolyn .Mitchell was the
guest of Sir. and Mrs. W. R. Caldwell
Mr. ahd Mrs, Vclcy Wight were thejj
iets of vDonald Wright in Murry Sun.jj
light relations secured with Asia. This
law has been much misrepresented by
interested parties, especiillv those rhn
are working for absolute prouibilion ot
Japanese immigration. The advantage
of the law would be that it would put
the administration of immigration into
lh hands of an immigration commission.
111 .vS? rTsNfS
Sr ijaV JjJivSis,Sl
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Price of KRYPT0K
A Christmas Gift suggestion of real value
and merit would be a "Beautiful Pair of
Glasses" for Mother, Father, Wife, Husband,
or a Sweetheart, which would" mean a brighter
norld, and a happy future.
Our Glae- Trc beit, because, wc make
Dr. Blakemore, Optometrist
302 Exchange Bank.Bldg.
rrs. J. F. Davenport
Forest and Sinda, were
As a Gift We
Searcy Robinson and
Robert -Armstrong, who
family visited 1
lives cast of I
Mi-s Minnie Sewers returned to Halls-
ville Mnmlay after spending the week-end
at her borne 'n Centralia.
Miss FJva Brown was the guest of
Miss Bernice Reynolds Sunday.
Mrs. ,Searey Robinson and Mr. J. W.
Elkins were in Columbia Monday.
The Ladies Aid society made $60 on
the dinner and supper they gave Saturday.
Mrs. Henry Hulen of C'ntralia and
Mrs.. Lutz,-of Wilson. Kan, spent the
week-end with Ellis Robert.
All phonograplis tn one
Hear it before you purchase
A Great Variance
of Styles and ,
way. iney suoui.i insti on products! ix spirit ol change, lies Uuna, wor
being standardized and prices tuid ae- i shipping blocks of wood. "ChinaJ' th:
! i i i r I...
cordingly. That will liave th-3 tendency
to lead llie farmer to raise higher-grade
stock ar.u to cult out mongrel flock.
Tlie Farm Bureau may also serve to
bring publicity to farm business.
rity is needed in other than farm papers
so that the consumer, wherever he may
be, may know the cot of production. It
will create a better rtUlionhip between
ihe prcducer and llie consumer when
tli cost to produce and the consumer is
-.. ,fl. -fL.-1 Id till j fltllk
I . m . amlnnMla mA nwiita tails iyll rriV ! All
Dees the organizatian cjis'mg ol """" " ,TTVr
ir-iW-tfuieatwi-sltsosprCallits-'lowT.. urnaon, our woriu. ic ..
fareTTi Xti 'iFer.daug.ered' confident uned energy;, inspjred by
ii... i :.,. -f -n ..i.our palpable resultv with the, faith
- ..i.. -Ii,i -.4 :- ..1 4 sprung Xrom the flatnicg trial of sacii.
,:l f r., in o.her dcnirt- "ce and the joyous success of cewipera.
lr .,.. i.- . jn 1 th fltiW W9T nf hnnpinir nearet
ments as well. Laanot inoivwuai juage-:y - - -' -- - "
m:nt count for some-iing? Soaller he nmvr.jal ideals. s
. ,n ..Wi fnr rffie in lav-rer Too bad. im'fSt. that were all human
-IUJIIJ UU ...fc .- . .-, o-- .-.---.
j jrcaps in the same school, thereby seek Leipgs and that" we- tire- qiackIy"-of
ni- n nrake lie wholi suBSiuiarT, as loosing at laeau: ii- now io rt
rtv b ivicitite. to its influence. Th:
member ran besides, in all probability, reason. Its pointing toward an ideal is
iv0.-nnna n.l Ml,.a- .r tnn hnv wiin one orcanizaiiin i - iki cvnsui, unuws ... i .;. ..v-
j aivi avws at4S4 ssbi vi vauu4 w ivwi - " - j '
Jurdock defines her. China, after re-' ficiently conduct the affaiis of a larger . IAe fixity.
one. Olten tte nominee rcenis me au (Heoo Holt &. Uh, T-fW torn; eiojn;
ded buTden, but feels that duty and loy-1 31 pagrs with appendix and index,
alty 15 the group demands that he or she f jj en.)
undertake the office in order to bring
more glory on the first group- "Awakening," by John GaUworthy.
Can this spirit be tolerated forever. Delicacy, light, gossamery this is
,nA hn lone can it co cm without ir-' -Awakening," by John 'Galsworthy. Lit
TI..1. t. ?...: I.. ....J t. . i ... w.l m xi?J-4 ctilibtiliare. as ' tonliiTiir at lueals?
IMVk IV II1C liUUUEl, lUli UU1UUICU UJ I UJ W W.M. I- .- .. . a .
- .-!.;. -r .1. lr-. ft.- ' ' 1- -. .:M,. ia if inftn-nrr. Th i Prf-nre" is tedious in SDOtS It IS for this
Jsting change for years, is at last chang
ing. There is as much of the pictur
esque and romanic connected witht the
hange as with remote movements upon
.hich we throw light and color because
icy are of the ages 10 which we can
avc no personal acces. I
speaking comparatisely. Murdock ad t,,c fli1, of tlje i,jrf.ts, ch;ld hom lilc brigh, 0f experience and
3rir.ee that their iutercesiions for help
to enr of these effigies is as c-eless as:
- ... l ...I-a. 1 AM.f S m .. alrt ?A 1a hAr a! tW
rcmcuiabie in,ury 10 ine pcaoui uu jh eraiu: iwji atxa iu " i " -
itv at larce? C A. C
110 ong 01 uicsc cnigics is as oeiess as i 1
picking out a tree anywhere and crying THE NEW BOOKS
! 0 it for help? On my way back enit of
'aovvnbjotrk. It U the'aim of the pro-1 lh-e Chinese city I fumbled amund aj"
I..1. . ,1.. .1 iiu.1 B aaIiIv 1 -V
1 ucais caii) .iiiu tr bvimj . .""
That John Calworthv, who masters
such heavy subjects as labor strife and
presents ponderous plays "full of the
' glooms of poverty ami- want, should be
' able to work with such delicate traceries
Ol UlUUgjUl dun -ft.rA.ll as n. iuiii in
-light fory of "Awakening" is surpris
ir.j. r .
is the story of a lone-
seme little boy, and ye-t a very httle boy
who knew nothing but love in his whole
R. II. Sautcr's illustrations" are whol
ly in4 tvvmuaihy with the feeling of the
, book. One may read the book in half an
ftmir. but he will hold it lone In his
. npikagc m ucr irauu .is aire mium -. ,- rmir -Th, tmuk is . , . , . . r 1
et to wurkirs tosethrr corctativxlv. , . . ,,. r .1 1 r. The paper cover says. in, iwok is . . j Iooi at s picllirci 0( ,llt
r. .ii ' 3e " "' "t? "" '""""" des gned u aid. nudentji and hu-ncss .j,.,.-... 0f a little child and as he looks
jtsklrndrnJ .0 get resulu.. moro fining. Pnlupj after forty cen- J mta9 , ,; d by lhctr Iark Z tl'ulnt
tunc, -sjuna " s -.... wiiii,.. f ,,., , itK tnglisn language, anu rrr,a,!M s,nn,rv s,ns vw v,L,
'roands for the products.
j ,,,,u ii,. ,nm., ut.1,.,1,.1 ... ,; in . il. ,nr .nJ ini-nne ! "Trie Treachtroas imora.
l. .;r n ln.nn -: M -i, . hing I struck upon that was at all sati-1 If on a liaa-e-grown American
lowest cost of production consistent with ...'... . ..,,... .... . ndnrt. lis. n einc 1 that van lo t Ivan-1
4...l t....: : J- ' a"0" " "" ""m,.... -- 5--- - - - .-,.., .J.ir. . .
" """'""t ' "'vifi.- "-- v- . brooioslick into a Iiorso. nd oie j.h jj..h.r . e . . -Awakening
I then I had another idea-how modern '"f "' "'c' .- . . r.
.... ... . u ...1 .i Leslie M. llaseom. instructor in F.ng-
The Farm Bureau has a real caue. "'""" """ " - i- "-,; in ,i,e Lnivcr-ity of W.omir, has
jhec into-idols and-gets xlown on its ",' '?, 1 r.i..v.
Purpose W wliich i, l tf &Z Z
.will ue oruiigm iui :.. u.; laiiBcrs, uounei a, .... . -.. tv ....... j 1,5,, ;imi jJin1Wl aad i0 tJI y,nl how
as a body of intelligent men and v.omen Mon """"r Ju- ri"""" -""-'""s.to -teak eurrculv,
It rrerrj. to many cohu
Ireductim in prices 1
ry coh.umers that the ' upon the Occident, loitering and linger- j Kha .j, t0 perfect tlieir knowlcdgi
aprhes to everything inf n d'cirn$ P3' Occidenul glories. . busines. purpoScs. iMnre bu.iness' peo-
1!. f. v71aj1 (lisjua till I Ant rtli. 1 t f . .,.. ,Ia-1 sf limn fiiv
5 eieepl wlot they want to buy. .- . ,,row ,ravtloguM of the , .hrfr hands, what they need is a series
'Orient. He talks like an American. "I 0( lcson which give lefinite directions
illustrated; 63 pajes; price, $2.)
J. IMPROVED WATEUWAVS.
, Despite the w-ond.rfol development of
"'. ihe railroads, waterway transportation in
America remains the cheapest means of
i inland communication. In the develop
v'ment of this system of transportation we
have neglected a great opportunity.
There is no country on earth so richly
' endowed with navigable rivers and
spreading lakes as this country, and in
am dead sure," he ay, "that tln i concerning Englrdi grammar, rather than I
Tt.;. ... .w.l lu ?i-iw,n. tn a ihimnniiil .vnlanlion ill ine sumert.
n.n:.?.. .. i.h r Micji.lv. kntiThev need absolute statements of lbs. 1 Benton I-rhooI
Murdock speaks in frontier fashion and rules of grammar instead ol gcreral
his opinions hit us smash-up, bang. No I rules, which are full of exceptions
denying. ' Tfae Il0' Clls lhc sut " ,ou
China represents an ethical frontier. slouched through grammar and lugh
n.. :. !..,. r.( rirf, rround to be ! school with scant respect fpr the cognate
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Roberts and Mioses
Opal and Olivia Roberts were in Cen
, Mr, and Mrs. S. C. Henry relurneit to
Columbia Sunday after visiting at the
home of C. G. Jones.
TERMS IF DESIRED
Mrs. Caroline Crane spent the week,
end in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. John 'Pemberlon an
nounce the marriage of their daaghter.
Miss Bertha. Pembenon, to C G. Mul
lins of DeQueen, Ark. After a wedding
trip in the western states Mr. and Sirs.
Mullins will be at home at DcQjcen.
The Hallsville High School wjl ghe
a musical at the High School Building
at 7:30 o'clock Friday niiht. The pro
ceeds will be used to help buy "a piano
for the schooL
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Jhe Owen School is planning a Christ
I NEWS OF McBAINE
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ward are visiting
at the home of T. B. Smith.
Wt B. Douglas shipped a load of hogs I
from here Monday.
Harry Rader went to Sedalia Monday
on a business trip.
William Waters is spending the week
in Kansas City.
MraVGatland Cook viited in Colum
bia 'Saturday and Sunday.
J. W. McQuitty of New Franklin is
spending the week in McBaine.
Monroe Sappington returned to, his
home here after being in Iowa. 1
J. C Sappington was in. Columbia
Mrs. Annie Smith of Providence was
in McBaine Mnday.
The Modern Brotherhood of 'America
elected officers for the neat year Wed
December 10. Chicken pie supper at
broken there, and forests of old tradi-
tions fo be felled.
Tk. bUlorr of I
f a steady pushing on, of tlie frontier
line. We have pushed the geograpnivJi
?no other country is the Improvement of (frontier into the Pacific. We liave jet
waterways so essential in the develop-1 sterner hardships to overcome as we
H ... , i. .push back Ihe political and indusual
mem o. .. v.... . vr, h,. et to cultivate
Our rivrrs and lakes, are llie msit na-
4 tural means of conuxiunication. We can-
tjjot tealiw how valuable they are "until
we have developed them to the extent
'reached by the railroad. In the early
period of our lustory, the Mississippi
played a great role in the development
of the states of the Mis'issippi Valley.
Dec -8-10, Y. W. t A. Japanese
Bazaar in Room 219 Academic HalL
December 12, Oratorio, "The Mes
siah," Methodist Chuich. 3:30 p. m.
December 12. Cantata, "The Adora-
objective, the pluperfect tub unctivc and tion," Christian Church. 7:30 p. m.
the T and "me" haiard, ami you feel ' December 13. Varsity Day. "Tiger
The history of tBe United Slate, tells I that you could get along in school, s low at nail ineater, atternoon and
IDC IUMOIJ V' "s . .-liaI l,f. nr liMinni mir- ,.iK-rei.fii!I if CVcmnE.
you had better control on your verbal December 13. Junior Jollies, musical
delivery you -will get value received if revue by junior class. Stephens College
you sail two silver bird, over the .coun- Auditorium, 8 p. m.
ter for this little book. I December 15. Zoellnrr String Quar-
You'll find that you can read It without j '" University Auditorium, 8:15 p.'m
acquiring a headache and yoall be so! December IS. Dean Walter Miller
busy finding expressions you've abused will talk at Y. W. C A. meeting, Unl
for years that the study will be aj inter vertv Auditorium, 4 p. m.
esting as a game of s!itaire. 1 December 16. Christian ,and Stephens
(D. Appleton & Co, New York: rkth. iocUeges close for the holidays,
277 pagcx, with index. J2 net.) . December 17. Final fall "term eiarni-
rmn.ier in American HUtory. M"- l0. J ace IVace." December 22.-Fatt term ends at. 12
-On The Edge of the Wilderness" 1st Out of the welter of postwar duillu- oclxk.
a beautiful book suggestive of the fron- sionment comes tins statement in the pre- December 3041.T-Regiiration for mis
tier popula; style of nature bock is face of Gertrude Mathews Shelby's hand winter term.
... ;M of honesty and democracy.
To establish these ideals is the-work of
i,. ruii.it.ai md induslrial frontiermn.
Frederick J. Turne gives us a'n economic j
backgonnd and the rough matenaij mai
necessary to petiticai inougni m .-
J. T.vRichardson left Tuesday for Se
dalia.1 n v
Sid Carter of Claysville was the guest
of J. M. Waters Ionday. Mr. Carter
went from here to Columbia.
.The McBaine Dairy Companf is adding
new equipment to the dairy.
OPPOSES IMMIGRATION BILL
Doctor Ellwood Says Employment
Conditions Must Be Considered.
"To pass a law absolutely prohifiiting
European immigration for twa years Is
absurd," said Dr. Charles A. Ellwood of
the department of Sociology of the Uni
versity in regard to the immigration bill
cow before Congress "There is need of
farther restriction of immigration, but
this restriction should be in accordance
with conditions of employment in this
country. This can readily be affected
by a scientific immlgration law which
will admit European immigration into
this country as their labor is needed and
as we can assimilate them."
Doctor Ellwood is a member of a com--V
Do You Know
How It Feels?
To stand in the barracks at "mail-call" and' wait
eagerly for a letter only to find at the end that you didn't
draw a thing? Desolate nd blue feeling, isn't h? Then
when the next "mail-call" comes you get tlie very letter
from the person, you thought had' forgotten you. What
a different sensation; it's something nothing else on earth
could poihly have given you.
Put yourself in the place of the old grad who has
not heard from the University for several years.. Imagine
how he'd feel if, on Christmas morning, the' postman
would bring hun a copy of the Missourian and a little
card saying that it was coming to him for a whole year.
There's a present worth while; make somebody glad.
One year S3.25
Six' Months $1.75
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