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E COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN
; "THIRTEENTH YEAR
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION
I'Allegoricil Ceremony Will
Take Place of the Usual
Morning Service at
K we v-nurcn.
aracters to Represent Certain
Spiritual Forces in the
Perish and' the
I-1 The dim I'uis'ers of the rardieval
church, the vi' fin- rie processional and
'''r!TT,Tk,,-Iaii:rifeOT,wt n1 f Ry MoBWain
1 n. it the on-(r will hei i. -k. ,,, .,, ..i
'resouDQi' 'i 11 ine nrtir -win uet
-noiLed m - ao-iral cerwn, a. th,!
'. .-.i j. ,1 ri.i. c..i'
K .-fhe na-eail Mill be in tit natnre ol ',
- ii.ni, ' --. urui.u onudf. 1
ynbok w ts up and will take 'he place
'of the ' s j! pi imini's semen. This
Hype of eer'iri.m ha never beenarren
Jibe Calw pis-opal ainrch Were al-
Stlocrh it !n( heen ufd hi other Epis-
fjTeoptl chunhes m tlie country for about 1
.(he list hM- rears. Acconfiag to Thad-
Fdccs H B-nitnn. rdio has charge of the
i.Ui.. ,. .....a. ... a ill:
efcerem nv similar to 'be maraJitv pla
efmeet-oh.-emur. Its rQme.is"Ad-!mnair
?nsce the Lion.'
J. It Ge'rg- is ahaut to step into tlw
pulpit, ;tjie s-we will be interrupted bT
' messengfT, repre.-nt'ed as being cent
by Cod. V.jc allegorical plav folhjws:
The en. i will ojen -Sunday owning , on 1o My lh the highe-Utempera-! b,tHjuiPped and' b-s: managed .states , F'nV G- "lrri' M' WMt,ork froa
usaal vrah a prajer accordug to the mn. a -"- -im sS.!iv w. 13 dr ' : .ul mtjji. w. 1:.. . tlJs district, has a good chance Of becom-fr
Thi n, jbm as the rector, lb Uev. ,1., , n-l'i(-.-,t iK. loi .. V-.v ! i. .... :t.u. --1 .1.- t , m minority leader of the senate at tbeL
Verger J. I. McBaine
p .Eector the Ilevercnd Mr. George
?" Mrsscnger from Cod..Thaddecs Brenlon
ff Soul of the parish....... Sidney Rollins
f Spirit cf Light aad Love Mrs. Jonas
Spirit of Love and Faith Miss Prarle
Spirit of Love and Heipfulr.eas Mia
Choir and Congregation.
The scene is a parish chuith and the
mse Sunday morning just as the sermon .
is to ccmmnce.
t The characters in the pageant repre-'
I senteertaia spiritual forces in the parish. '.
C aad the eongrrgatjon, which takes part.
f is supposed tq put itself in the place of
kjhe spirit impersonated. The speetstors
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,.u.u IIV. ..d. w . IA.-HIV atlllllUE tv'..
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Z, TrSLSig. .tTSiiiJr 7-Z?Z "'- -
Tcnces the characters are going through ,
ana identity inemseives wun tne spirit-
? sal forces for good. It will be an appeal
t to the imaina im.
bi( The-origm cf the raorality pbv ,- which-'
F'vere popular in the fourteenth and f. .
i .teenlh ccntanes in England, is supposed
( t have been in the processional pageants
U f the medieval chu.-.;ri. These plays ap-
t pearcl in France in th- fourteenth ten-)
P.tnry where thev rr of a lighter and I
S"Us. st-ri-in ,W-.,rwn il.sn 1U0 pit.
t ea the next century in England. In Eng- j
'- land there was a tendency from the 5rst I
t'fonthem to become less and le-sdramat-
r rc ana more controversial usually in sup i
t" port of the reformed faith in the liter
I years. The most famous cjcle wis the j
F n.iir n,., niiic"- nUr. nl , Rsirr. .
tide in Catholic churches. They were
based on actual biblfeel happenings or
legends drann from the Bible. As taey
irgcuu luinn nunj ure uiuic .is ucj 1
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ious, the plays were graduaHr discard
by the chuiches and talea oyer by stroU-,
Such'abs'wct figwes as Studious Dc-,
sire and Honest Recreation are typtol j
ones in the morality plan.
figure iS interest was the Vice, who at
first represented sarious evils as Shift,
Ambition, Infidelity. Sin, Inclination,
- uraecTisv. ana ir Aicnoi .tcwjanj,ic
S2 lie was called a "flinoant and nenf stent
elf of evil " Later thLs character degen-
wfltwt .., I: l 1.,.. ,l.n .. riTtTruMi 1
rciifing the audience with bis capers. !
He wis the chief comedian, wearing gay, .
particolored dress. He was always rep-,
resented as leaping on the Devil's shag-:
.1 u l.i.!. L: ..:.!. u:,
w su-juiucrs acu rams mm i,.u. ..
(. . J J r:-.ll I., w
wui nvueen anuiu. riiiuiij i "
titter carrird oS" to hell on the Devil's rCutive committee of the American Pub
lack or scampered there of -his own ac-1 rjc Health Association, of which he is
cord to escape the Society of the Yir
taes. This character found his sugges
tion in the allegorising tendencies of the
wmis . .1 1 !.. .BTLd nwsra1 sra.
Other characters which almost always
ippearcd were the good aad bad angels.
CHURCH WOMEN IN SESSION
AU-Day .Meeting Held by Christian
B fY x , "?" i'1 "' ' m f I
I Church hrld an all-day as-embly meet-
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irfiKS ai me xjirisuan vjioivii muaj. .
missionary program was given by the '
tarmhers of the northwest section, of.
xhich Mrs. D. E. Ma.or is.chairman. ,
Llaacheon was served in the church din-'
i r . ... i". j: .-
sh room, immediately aner uaan
Ifiev. W C Gibbs gave a talk on the
f Xecessitj cf Bible Training."
Limestone Representative Here.
C IL ttaaner. fidd representative rjf
j lie Na'ional g-in- -al Limestone As-
' Kiciat. n. with her - ters at tartum-
.olurabu yesterday vcnine a exploded in. the Roumanian
f the County Ag- Senile here today killing one person and
r was interested in , wounding several more. JChe " plotters
5 was uiicjc-.su i"i ,
gtbas, 01 in was
E. attcua the mectint.
ecu Association. He
tit ,r, of the Cnlleje of Arricnlture.
THE WEATHER j
For Columbia and vicinity: Ccnerslly
'air-tontgltt aw) Saturday; slight- warm
er Sitanb); lowest temperature tonight
aooui j. v
For Missouri: Generally fair tonight '
sad Saturday; rnfog temperature Sat-'
urday, and in tie nerthwest portion to-.
Shippers forces! : Within a radius!
f 300 miles of Columbia the lowest lem-!
peratnre during the next 36 hours will
JC Wftt J,; mu ; et and aouth 35: 1
." 'w nir laiien aver jne rasi- .
" Wf of Miwigti, more of less gen-
eral over Illinois, Infiana, and Ohio, asi
uunu wmi snow CTOtinile'J this
rooming to the upper Ohio, lower Lake,
'hence to New England. Mnstlv fair
weather las prevailed in the Soutli, add '
in the Plains t tlie Rocky Mountains. I
, lt continues vidnipread alone tle Pa
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" na.cEc in irons toe raetftc.
Testfcfawrrs art moderate and hare
risBiK tendewy t uf the Muiinni,
Hat tueje will be a chsaar to colder in
j-lhe far Xthwt on Satardaj.
A Year Ago It Was BelowZero.
One bdow a jcar ago! V
fnnliTnt thai tott Anr (fh a-fftt.
,CTi Tha,Vl!hat it was a ear ao )es-
tcnlay ,n (j.laraMa. arcording to the
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.thrr .,r0rnoiir.ii,r. r.rrr
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lFfk!dk I tfk vitr A it -A BftAAa4 ftAtSAS?
dovm, as sMted atovc Yesterdav tho
osreury TenlureH as far up" the tube as
II but retretted to 36 during last night.
. is growmgup!
Birthday Will Be a Cozy
The Columbia Public Library will cel-
ebrate its tecond birthday anniversarv
under present organization and location.
iu a infonnalat-hcme for friends and
'he-general aublie Tnesday evening from
" ocLict: A commitiee oomposeit
af ". 0. , Severance, Mrs. Kosa Ingels
"d E. A. Igan, with Mrs. D. .. Rb- j
iu4t cs disirmn. will show visitors about. '
it. & f ,ii r-rt.w.iintw ii.n .
At about ;t--30 o'clock 'there will be one .
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'ire if the horary. The speakers havel
"" t-een selected. -
A Tar a-o last August the. library was
moved to iu, present location from a tiny
room in the northeast corner of the conn
'' a P fr 1"ar ,hr
imes a week and most of its patrons
children wbo were sent there by
eir school teachers. The funds for
its tpport vtere fureishrl by th- Tcrs-
day club. Since that -time, the library j
n rown '" tuch " tent lhat iuri?5 i
"lis last e.;r 1,000 books have been do-'
iM" 'i''""5 n3 conu! ' fit anJ
"ad or to borrow boos, and it is now
supported by the Community Council
and a small appropriation from, the Gty
Since this is a birthday rarty and as
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one usuallv takes a present, gilt of any
will te apjWerialrd esiially re-,
' tls of fiction and otlxr volumes (
l0 auuiis. aim nrw soiv wi tmuiitun
l 'i"1'1" to the "Sei Animal
LECTURES IIY DI C. W. DIGGES
Columbia , Dentist Talks to Pre
v entire Mnlieiac Classes.
Dr. Charles W. Dlgges, Columbia dent
itt. tivi- rtm stereonticon lectures before
.. T :n HMMii.. nr!!-in.. in ttt
Airieslmnl Auditorium vesterday morn-!
ing and Tuesday morning on the teeth
an( jhrfr tare. Thtie lectures were giv-1
m in the absence- of Dr. Mazvck P. Rav-;
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cncl, wuo is in ajuuisiuii, u. s-,
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week. prcsiuinE ai Litumb " " -
' i isiO nn tiidiuiuiE iuiu 1"- lutuiv I T a'
Austrian to Become Naturalized '"TldS'o. Mrs.f Wilham F. Sa5e. a student in tho.Uni
A netilionlor naturalization was filed , ,. ,. ,, . u ,. r.;il!i.ii. 1 versity, was operated on for appendicitis
i,h the circuit clerk today by Joseph
Aubrrcht. 09 IWlh lntll street.
Aubrccht was bom in Mechnov, Bohe-
mi3. Austria, ana is now to years oia. iic ,
T. ."'. ,n h,s three children.- His '
Austria, and is now 46 years old. He
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wife and two of his children were bom ,
t V . &r.y
( in -iua.io j.mws.s.. " , w " '
,rr ciOzen before the Grcuit Court
conie a citizen oetore me urcmi vu
.hrr in June. IVIa. '
Lire Fos Exhibit in JHontreal.
Vomcxai. OtX. Dec. 10.-
,, pouring in for the first international
exhibition ol live rancn oreu snvcr ioics,
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in hf hJd ia Montreal at the end of the
month under the auspices of the Com
mission of Conservation.
Infernal J!chir.e Was Exploded.
Oy Unua rrM.
BrcHASrst, Dec w.
An infernal ma-
have not been diseovrrrd.
OLD ESTATE IS
T. W. GARDNER
Owner of Old Mansion and
Grounds of Harris "Model
Farm" Adds 242 Acres
of Original Tract.
ijirit OlVner Was Boone County
I 1'innoor Win I'rrjn 1.1
State Efficient Farm
T. W. Gardner. whose extensile land
b.'incs in Boone Countf. include the
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"IJ n?n""n aml erounds of the or.ee fa-
i iiijn?Mn aim prouims 01 lac or.ee ia
( motrs HarriA "irovlrl farm." Iip inrrp.irtl
j his estates by the addition this wi-efc of
212 acres of the orieinal Harris tract.
Thj cla nf lh Iqvtil ai.ai fTnAl i-4u
xh the real Ule lym vt ScJiwabe &
Schnabe The purchase price was $!&
100 or $200 an acre;
J. Xf. Schwabe and Clay Schwahe pur.
chased the lied from E. L. Coales about
, a veek ago.
C3rdner holdings in that' community,
northwest of nocheoort.T niw include
practically all the old IlanU farm, at
' .:.' k.:.ii.. j: ,..".,.
,'" ""-- "-""""'J V..o-l'. W WWW.
i larm ei n'ioun. it was one 01 uie
Vltf L -
old citizens who remember it as it was
1-1... to ij :. c... r .1.-
farm, was one of Boone Count ' Pio-l
neeif. He was a stock, and gram' farmer '
on a' big scale, and apparently conducted
a prosnerous business. He was ac!irej
in politics and several limes was elected ,
to the Cenerat AmU.
ir. ., innn .w r i.: f-. :...
, eluding the section where his beautiful'
, w.,-1. :, . ,, fr ,
; eient farms trrder the auspices of the
State Board of Agriculture. The compe-
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which stood out in the field of up-Kwlate
agriculture, and Harris was awarded the
V lk J W I 1A VAr -.
"-v- J - m 4
by Local Charily 0rgani23
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irfaicn will start its drive tor lunus sun-'
.,. ,ftm,,.. .nnnin., .Wriv mmmii.
tees this afternoon. The minimum goal
is 13000 and it is expected that a larger
sum will be raised.
Members of the financial committee
-,l r p.v R itnlii.. P A I .
ran and thr Rev. T. XT. Yonne. have di-
rf(lf J ,hc entire c'itv.inlo thirty districts
A partial lift of the committees is
iv?n ,,, The others will be published I
Commitiee la: Mrs. C C Bawling.
Mrs. Berrv McAlester in charge of Paris
road north. of the Hinkson and Mores
rmmtn. 1. Mr. xp t' 'itt.. f.c
W. C. Stephenson, in "charge of both I night in the Y. M. C A. to receive a les
i r ir 1 t r :. j tnn In fir.t aid and bndaciitaT cndfr the
sid of Htntsot avenue from Paris road J
liR si,I of Vl'illbm strrrt
ora Walnut street. i
Committee 3: Mrs. John Belcher, .Mrs.
W. II. Hibbard. Mrs. U W. Berry. Mrs.
J. A. Oliver and Mr. E. A. Trowbridge
in ilisr-.- of fll."!.. from Wilson to
BouelieUe and all of Lee. Wiln. Ross
and Bouchclle streets.
Coromittrp 4: Mrs. teorgcTroxcll,
Mrs. W. K. Bayless, C M. Papq in
charge of east s.de of Hiit street from
Locust to Brcadway and the nortli side
of Locust from llitt In Wau?h strect.
Committee 5: Mrs. E. C Scott, Mrs.
Robert Tiodgers, Mrs. J. A. Pringle in
charge of Puce avenue from Broadway
to Paris road and the north fide n Paris
,.nrl from IV r,llrnA In Prir, .rnitm.
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als t larni-s and St. Insmh slrrrls. ,
Commitiee 6: Mrs. J. L. Meriam. Mrs. , . ,"e1 "ona.reu " nave oeen vac
I M.,n V,. M,.t .A Mr. V I cinated against smallpox at the Parker
F. L. Martin, Mrs. Maneval and Mrs. F.
c c.uni... : !..,.. Ar .11 r?..,i. T.11.
and Hicks avenues and the east side of
t- .f -
te o c,,,, na 1
llitt -trcet to Maryland.
Mrs. Ceorge Lefever, i
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?'." h. D- EM- Stn!ey Su-son and
J"- Harry bill in charge of Allen place,
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t-3VU """, WUlll, 1l-S.l, Hu MX,
east side of Maryland place.
Committee 9- Mis Alma Wilhite. Mrs.
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Lloid Jones in charge of University ae-
nue and noseci3ry Jane and Inc west
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Committee 10: Mrs. W. C Ethridge. '
Mrs. Ot R. Johnson, Mr, A. J. Jleyer
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aO of Clcnwood aad Greenwood
Committee II: Mrs. B.
C Petty. Mr
W. E. Harshe. Mrs. Stanley Smith and
Mrs. Orville Ikimctt in charge of the
west side of itarjland, all of Sanford
place. Providence road and all of Rol-
t, .,., f. vi, i,.j ,
lins street from Maryland west.
ana iurs. l. u. orsnon in uiarge oi i,. ... .. , - . . .
l . "t r t-j j . , f lime of his execution he staunchly de
tbe west side of Edgewood avenue and . . . ... ,., ,. . . , M.
.Mrs, Hill nnd Miss Dobbs to
The League of Women Voters will
bold its first after-election meeting at
3J5 o'clock Monday afternoon in the
Commercial Qub rooms. Mrs. A. Hess
Hill and Miss Ella V. Dobbj will be the
"The leairoe lus not been active since
1 the election, but it is not the aim of
! women merely to swell the number of,
i votes cast," said Mis Dobbs this mora-
"It is time that -women began t
' &" seriously of legislation that direct'
1 "Tl... !.. ij 9 miin nf nfrt-liif 1
1 irc 4iuisu. e"fr ..- Cv
tvomen. Mho snt not only to Tote, on: 1
to lote for something. The vote la jnsl
a tool Kith wliich to ork on the prob-j
lems of illiteracy, to easy qualification
for the otc. too uncertain dissemination
of knowledge concerning citizenship and,
its duties and kindred topics. -U is po
litical but not partisan and its programs
nil! be worked out by Tint national com
mittees composed of experts on the tub-j
There are about one hundred members
orpanizaUcn ift U;.umDU ana m
are uraed to be pretrt at the meetin;
Mondav to heir the needs of a school of
cilirenship discussed. MiJs Dobbs is the
local chairman of the rnional commit
tee on American citireSTpC
IIARIMS MINORITY LEADEU'
Senator From This Uistnct May B
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Given the Position.
r .t 1 ft 1.1. !
ra"'g S0.3,0' T .l-l)
1 senator Harris lias been representing this
district 111 tne senate hiicc ii. tiic
olI' '" """I'te. for the position, ac
"rd,nf ,rtu ! J'fM,0.r, &3
M " MeutitoT "'&?
onieutenant-govemor and Senator W. E.
W1tecotton of Monroe County.
" ?'n51.eJ " Democratic the-
mcc ui uioiucm www " ,-..
f S"at'jr 1Ufrls-..Pn.or ,0 !us f
.in the-Senate, .vtr. Hams was a memoer
ft 'be 0BJ-' ,t0 '. w? 'Il0u6nt ,hil "
' honor should be his both on account of
lenztn ol tenure ami aDiuiy.
n-e 1"" of minonty probably will
not dcc'de!l ,""" lbJ fi"t "fc m
January, after the Legislature convenes.
HOLD ALL-DAY MEETING
Women's Auxiliary of Presbyterian i
Church Has Christmas J'ronranv
Tl Women's Auxiliary of tLe Preshy-
, terian Church J1J its rsoathly ail-dT
fowrtlns- todar at the church. bewTng
rDr &, children, of the
phanage at Farmington. Mo occupied
the morning. Lunch was served -at noon
. bv Circle 3. of which Mrs. W. H. Willis
I is cliairman.
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' temoon session when a Christmas
Sra, w". - Jln- S- Kt H"dcnr-,rd
" devotionaL The story of The First
Christmas Tree by !-" Dyke
" ' bl,y1"- "' J', U'tbard znd
'Christinas Up Pigeon, by John rox.
l' 'd by Mrs. Royd E. Jarvis. A
; lmplilel on the Chinese. Christmas was
1 "- Mrs. Robert L. Ramsay sang a
RECEIVE FIRST AID LESSONS
Troop 2, Boy Scouts. Hold .Meeting
Trooo 2 of the Boy Scouts met last
" infirst aid and bandagmg under the-
' supervision ot rroi. i vv. ureenc, scoui
Bwster, and Harry Lapp, assistant scout
1 mater. All except lour ol the, twenty
" f the troop are full-Hedged scouts
and tfc four arc working on their scout
! The scouts have been making weekly
I hikes when the weather permits and sev-
! eral of the scouts have a trap line along
the Hinkton river. They make pocket
, "" fro '! "! of muskrat and pos-
! aE a- '"'! e n,e ,rooPs m
scouts in Columbia, composeu 01 approx-
' uualcly one hundred boys.
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rKt.SJt.vlt.. AKt. AllHsAlttU
T,Mii 4 -,:, Cm,ilnnx300
?C "2' Against bmallpOX JUO
Kail to Annear
rail ip Appear.
Memoiial Hospital. An additional 300
ho vc" pected mo did not ap-
"sterdav. May Ellis. Mabel Mathieson,
, ' ' "'J "'"f " "
" M .: 11 r l.rVsnn. Anhnr n ATv,!!.
and Joe B. Denncny were discharged.
BOY EXECUTED ON BIRTHDAY
Young Murderer Meets Death
nyinz Guilt of Crime.
t LwUri n,
v-w.v.s w. -. il,ai "
I mrirn lu in . ;L- ..n. .1..
choir bov murderer, went to his death
DtTe ta' on n" nineteenth birthday for
thc ?a"!r ! r Boan' A ?
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""J v" "l """- " jvutu. i wc
! .ici-rqi- In ni tnr trniir mmmIik. .Ts,v
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I-odce to Hold Annnal Election.
The annual election of officers of the
Lodge No. 114, A. F. i A. -M,
held next Tuesdav nitht at ihi-
J lodge hill. owH Building
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RFffTTCtf PT7 AHl?
LXXJX. KJU1-' i UiiVJlJ
1 - Trr-ti -vt .
pro-iEnslish Government Will Not
Negotiate With f.nsh
8, Caitsd FrcM.
Lodo.-, Dec 10. Martial law has
been declared in limited areas in south
west Ireland. The proclamation was is.
sued shortly after Premier Lloyd George
went, before the House of Commons and
stated that the hope of peace was use
a, Usittd rrm.
London, Drc. 10. The hope for
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r , . fce
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nounccd in Parliament that the English
government had refused to negotiate
with the Irish Parliament. He said, "I
am regretfully convinced that the Irish
people are not ready for a lasting
He declared that martial law will be
dcelared in different parts of Ireland im
mediately. CHICAGO MAN TO 'TALK HERE
Dr. Van Nuys to Speak at Presby
terian Church Tuesday.
Dr. Ezra Allen Van Nuys, of Chicago,
will speak next Tuesday evening at the
Presbyterian "Church. He will concern
himself with the relation of the church
to society, and will also talk on making
church membership mean more than it
The women of the church will serve
supper at the church at 6:30 that night
for all men of tho congregation and for
Presbyterian students in the University.
RESTRICTION MADH LIGHTER
House Reduces Period of Immigra
tion Suspension One Year.
at luiwl hia.
Washiuctox, -Dec la The House to
day voted 87 to 25 to reduce the period
of suspension of immigration from two
yeais to one year. The amendment to
the original bill, -which is now bfore
Congress, was introduced by Represen
tative Mann of Illinois.
Change Name of Pollyanna Shop.
JoSin and James 3Ioscow. who reci-ntly
purchased the Pollyanna Shop at Ninth
and Broadway, from Ben Cassidy. took
charge of it Wednesday. The shop will
be conducted under its old name, Lilierty
A Baby Boy to Days.
A ten pound baby boy was born- Friday
to .Mr. and 3Ire. John R. Day, 503 Lxust
street. 3tr. Day is a conductor on the
AI. K. f. 7. railnvad. j
"WHY, AUNTIE JONES!"
21 EXPECTED FOR BANQUET
Missourian Carriers Will Eat, Talk
and See Show.
Approximately twenty-one will be pres
ent at the quarterly "feed-Jogether" giv
en by the Columbia Evening Missourian
to its carriers at the Columbia Catering
Company tomorrow noon. Missourian
carriers in Centralis, Ilallsville. Hunts
dale and Rocheport have been invited
and will probably be present. The out-of-town
carriers will arrive on the morn
ing trains in order to be here for the
Besides the carriers, those present will
be Dean Walter Williams, Herbert W.
Smith, Alfonso Johnson, 31. Myers, W.
E. Bradfield and Frank L. Martin. Sev
eral of the carriers will be among the
Two girls will be present. They are
Miss Florence Whiltier, who carries the
31issourian on one of the Columbia
routra, and Miss Pauline Thornton of
After the banquet, the carriers
through the courtesy of J. D. Jameson,
will be given a show at the Broadway
Odeon. It will start at 2:30 o'clock in
order that the out-of-town carriers may
hare time to attend and catch the after
noon train? for their homes.
Aflcr the show, the carriers will re
turn to Jay II. Netf Hall where they will
be shown through the plant and see their
tapers run off the press. They will
then take their papers to their respective
R.O.T.C INSPECTION TUESDAY
Have Second Inspection for
General Staff Officers.
3Iaj. C H. 3Iiller will arrive in Co
lumbia next Tuesday morning to inspert
the Seventh Corps Area of the R. O. T.
C Inspections arc being made in col
leges in twenty states.
The result of the inspection here will
determine whether the corps will be in
spected in Arril fcy oncers of the gener
Accused Slayer a Suicide.
6r tT!le4 hni
Marion, III, Dec 10. Hanging by
a rope made of his bedclothing. his feet
only a few inches above the floor, the
body of Frank Vianco, the accused' mur.
derer, was found this morning in Ids cell
by the sheriff when he went there to take
the man from his cell to go to the court
room where the trial was in session. He
was on trial for the murder of Amele
Calcatera which had caused the riots in
West Frankfort last August.
Inspect Local Recruiting Station.
Capt. T. J. Regan, of the U. S. Med
ical Corps, arrived ia Columbia today to
inspect the Columbia recruiting station
hi the Guitar Building. He will leave
tonight for St. Louis. Lieut. L. L. Cock
er made an inspection of the local office
yesterday and checked up on all the properly.
(Copyright 1920 by I. U. DoruAcj)
AGENTS HOLD ELECTION
Sixty 3Iembers Attend Banquet at
Tavern Last Night.
Sixty county agents from all over 3Iis
souri attended the annual banquet of
the County Agents' Association of 3is
souri al the Daniel Boone Tavern last
night. George Calls of the Kansas Gty
Chamber of Commerce A. I. Foard of
the Journal of Agriculture of St. Louis,
J. II. II. -Mote of Carthage, and G 3L
Long of Sedalia, 'were the speakers.
After the banquet a short business ses
sion was held, at which Seth Babcock
of Cape Girardeau was elected president
for the coming year. Guy G. 3IcDaniel
of St, J'ih was chosen vice-president
and J. 31. Huston of "Platte Gty secre
tary. These three officers with Asbury
Roberts of Marshall and W. C. 3IcRuer
of Nevada, will compose the executive
HUNTERS GET 67 MALLARDS
Party Has Exceptionally Successful
Hunt Near Fayette.
What is thought to be the largest "bag"
of the season was brought into Columbia
yesterday when sportsmen returned af
ter a day's shooting bringing 67 mallards.
The hunt took place on Gaib Eaton's
farm, just outside of Fayette Mr. Eaton
is One of the best shots in the country
and has devised a successful scheme for
drawing ducks to his pond.
Judge Collier. R. R Price Jr, John
C. Holloway, E. Sydney Stephens, and
Horace Smith formed the hunting, party.
MAKES SCHOOL INSPECTION
H. H. King Reports Good Attend
ance in Rural Districts.
Only one child was oat of school in
three districts visited by II. II. King,
county attendance officer, Wednesday.
The mother promised to send this child
again Monday. Mr. King visited the
Conley, Wade and Brown schools.
The trip was the first of a number of
tours ei inspection which 3fr. King will
make lo 'invesligato school attendance.
"Attendance in schools all over the
count; is nearly equal to the enrollment,"
he said. "A larger percentage of chil
dren are attending school than for some
time previously. Four schools which re
ported a total of thirteen children out
at the beginning of the month now re
port perfect attendance."
"The Kingdom of God In Columbia'
Dean Walter Williams' Bible class top
ic for Sunday morning will be "The
Kingdom of God in Columbia." All are
invited to attend the meeting which is
held under the auspices cf the Presby
terian Sunday School at the Broadway
Odeon. It starts promptly at 9:15 o'clock.
Christian College Holidays Dec 16.
Tl. fliri.lma. tinliHw. fnr fl,...!.
College starts the evening of December
lo. .viost oi me girts win leave tnat af
ternoon nn the 4.20 train. Thev im .....
due back at school until January 5.
Three Memhers of San Fran-
cisco Gang Dragged From
Cells and Hanged in
MOB WORKED QUIETLY
Victims Charged With Murder
of Police and Assaults
Upon Two Young
Br L'iiii "-
Sama Rosa, Cau, Dec. 10. The orig
inal law of the "forty-niners" was dem
onstrated here last night for the first
time since the original lawmakers were
here, when Terrance Fitts, George Boyd
and Charles Valento, all white American
citizens and alleged to be members of a
San Francisco gang, charged with the
murder of three San Francisco police of
ficers and assaults upon two young girls,
were taken from the county Jail and
hanged in the cemetery by a band of
Coroner Phillips and Sheriff Boys cut
down the bodies which were hanging
from a tree limb, after many persons had
gone there and looked at them,
. The mob formed quietly about 1
o'clock in the morning. Masked mtn
driving in automobiles began to. come
into town. There .was no noise ot excite
ment if any kind. All carried guns.
They went to the office of the sheriff 'and
demanded the men. The sheriff was
overpowered and turned .the keys of
the jail over to them. The prisoners were
dragged to waiting machines and then
taken to the cemetery.
There was no excitement shown at any
lime. During the drive there" was no
noise except the' screams of the men who
were going to their death.
TO LECTURE ON GREECE
Dr. Louis Lord Will Speak Tonight
in Physics Building.
A lecture en Greece, old aad new,
will be given at 7:30 o'clock this even
ing in the lecture room of the Physics
Building. The speaker will be Dr. Loalt
E.. Lord. The lecture will deal with
matters of history and current politics as
well as with the monuments.,of classical,
limes In Greece and will be richly iljns
trated with stereoptienn slides.
Dr. Lord is one of the leading classi
cal scholars and teachers of America and
is much in demand for both popular and
technical lectures. He is being sent this
year as lecturer for the Archeologicsl fa.
stitutc of America to the chapters of the
Institute located between the Atississirpl
Kiver and the Rocky Mountains.
He is to speak in St. Louis and in Kan
sas Gty, which have chapters and Pres
ident Hill has secured a lecture for the
I'niversity assembly even though our lo
cal chapter is now merged with that of
Sl Louis. .
SIX ENLISTED 3IEN LEAVE
Listed as General Assignment in
Aviation for One-Year Term.
The local recruiting office sent six
men to Sl Louis this morning. This
brings the total for the week np to elev.
en and the total for the month to thirteen
All of these men wcro listed as general
assignment in aviation for a one-year
The men who left this morning were:
James D. Stewart, James 3L Kaciburn,
James W. Turner, James C Sapp, Estill
Nevins and Ceorge C Pollock.
"We have already filled our monthly
quota for one-year enlistments," said
Corp. E. E. Ilimle, local recruiting of
ficer. THREE REALTY DEALS MADE
Garey Fraiier Company HaaSea
Sale of Houses. '
O. W. Weaver who has purchased a
newspaper at Monctt, 3Io sold his bun
galow at 1621 Cauthorn avenue lo John
Welden for $3,700. 3tr. Weaver will
leave Columbia about the middle of this
Dr. W. E. Belden sold his house at ,
1107 Paris road to Sergeant F. E.. Eagle
Walter Ballenger traded a house on
Windsor avenue and two houses on Rich
ardson street for a house at 501 Conley
avenue owned by 3Irs. Frances jSaaford."
These deals were made through the
Carey Frazier Really company.
Reeital at Christian College
The students of Miss Esther Mae Ross, .
4 music instructor at Christian CoBefe,
will give a piano recital at 3 JO o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the Christian Col
lege Auditorium. The following sto- .j.
dents will take part: Ruth Meyer, Bea,"
Wolfsohn, SLxrion Simpsoa. Maris
Glickraan, Nell Kenninger. Lwile wTate.
tides, Etta Lee Jones, Slargaret WeUea, ,
Marie Cos, Dorothy Dontwel, SifmaaJ5!
Balienger, Roseland Glickman. Betty, M
wnford, Dorothy Hart, Mary McCw
nn and Esther She Ross. The puMie
Mra. J. L. Smith, Centralia, ffl.
-Mrs. J. L. Smith of Centralia is sea-'
"""y m. Her niece. Mrs. 3L J. Bryaa
of Columbia, went to Centralia today, '
am m eanng for Mrs, Smith.