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run Columbia evening missoukian. friday. December 10, 1920
IIE COLUMBIA "' m ?' ' rn.11mr.1VQ Pnhlir T.hfWTf:
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Published every cvniins excent Sun.
5T by- llie JlissourLin TuLliJiin- A
I?4'"1. 1". Jay II. Keif Halt, Colum-
wage?, llic vorth nf a oLman hqny 4
texmincil by cemparalivc IciII zvA char-
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Proving Valuable to Students
- tlto save them run starvation, children
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DCnrEUI VVJJllilU nwnniiinTO7i; uiuiwii pu'
ents might lire and that they themselves
would be cared for these and other
similar stories of horror nave become ilj
O "JWI.WJV www - .. A TIorstKtEFw's Letter
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Jn llm ta-b for material ior lera pa- Tuewlav C!ab. which continued in charge .My U" experience icau we .o ue- j commonplace,
was, c few iTcivcrsity students are be- cf it until laat fall when tliey turned it licvr that tile ont way to baie -all the I jhe rains have come to the parched
lie loucliv timy Iineflf on the "open
tT .. , . i. .. . -.1 - . .. v 1Y. t ..(Arii a I it l.nm at fr. 11 tha mi.irHi 1 .. 1 I. ir .Tl .1 J 1.1
Eiif tlwivcn in,... .. isflt-n rrucsuon. ne sav there vonhl . zirunnc 10 realize ma: voinmuia nas a ener 10 mc m.m.ujii.i. " .-.. -- v. i ' p. u. .....- .... .s . i.... --
J-LZr' ,U,1CBI be litde outcry aaaiast the closed -hon if !P"" Library- winch though small, grown lately through e interest of of that home yourself. In spite of th,e !n a very ranch better position at the
8?) SUBSCRIPTION IttTES . j , oftentimes prqst itself valuable. One;these wsiiiialioav At various times;!:! that housekeeping - hard on th-' end pf ten month.-..
aBOi. trt. ,0 ' t '' vere ckKd for ,lle Pnoe "t,m- tnmr5i(r Jlcdent ulio could not find dirTrrent functions bare been'fenwi. H,r Ibahds and iometimes s- hard n the' r
K e.n.. ' ' ""- crcasinc nrodudion bv -nine to lie mi. tbe article, of a ccrrent writer in tle ' Dtccctil ol -Kiurli uerc useiJ to Dm icnpers, 1 iqiuu w kiu p s.c .1 up ' VALIUM CClriHO
3y mail in &,, o,, Year, :p!5er the full wlue ,.f .U,e orUr , l'" T3S t'""t tl" mi,rri"! la ' " FY rBUiLU'ne "'""jl"1'0
Ji2; 6 nwntlis, $l.,j; 3 months, J0 m:nd and effort as well a fn !unt
nu; month, 33 cents. ' . ',-,-' ' '
.Outside tbe county: Year. SLSO: 3! " '" "" "" '"" w- tampers
roonths, $15; month, 45 cotH. Pay- is alifomj iiinudf wiih Sir. Hooier in
r arjie Is adnnee.
the 1'ublie IJbrar). ' For the last few year the library un
, Students vf Stephen College ard Jer M Lcha TTillis manajrement hasj
Chli'liaii College are ilso btginnisg to tuentpted to liaie a stry lur for ehild.'-
twl it a -source of help. lany of the rcn.
hiaii school and praile icachfrtf nf the ' t "TLis i one function of llie, library
ionltr to have same connrclion with thel public school asign reference worfc in aid Miss Willis, "and the children are
Member Audit Bureau 01 Circulations I inccmin; administration. Bui howorr the litary, thu teathirft the children ' aaiiov for it. There is alwajs'.a good
Entered as secondlas( mail matter. !ll,al "" ,,,e ,rt6f," hhor nnn'
acceptance for mailin-"ai soecial rate
t'sf nosuei nrr,t.1.t tr : QviMn lint
1ST A" 3 -October 3, 1917, authorized Sep- . . ,
JS p tanner 26, 1910. I rf rroJuct
ences are being weltoaed natiunsllv as
the beinnirs of a campaipi for irtcre6.
,. TELEPlTONE NUMDFRS
Advertising and Gradation ;.55
SUNDAY AS A KEST HAY
At cur present rate wc Mill soon reach
the millennium, wails an indignant zroup
fvagafnsr lhe proposed I3i,g in stop com-
merciali2ed sports on Sunday.
"Dr.'Wilbur J. Crafts head of lhe Inter-
.national Refcnn Rureau, sum Lp the
Tlie attorney-general of Ohio ha ruled
that physicians called to it in a lunacy
inquir) cannot collect a cnl unless thej
find the tested pcrviii rtary. Imafine
the ase ef the library. The Irailding is clteridaece at these mectints. -Tlie-onfy
open frw 12 I 6 och-cL every after- drawback is the !acL of a story teller,
man anal on SatutEay until 9 p. in. Last year the Christian CcIIcge'cirta'did
Cohanbia's Public Library wns alarlfil , rhe work in connection with their coure
se?tT&l years ago by a group of women in playground .wirL. But So far tins
who felt that the city needed such a li-1 year we bate lieen unable to- secure a
Uary. Later it was. turned 'over, to the j UoryiiUer for each veefc"
for any rooming Itouse 1 ever heard. of.
To be sore, unc engaged in hoTas-.
keeping has no fife anditlrcm to spur
her on, and there are no flying colors to
attract a crown er way. i.ui wesenson The . t ancted b- sn;rilualim
said After all. it is not they who carry ... ,, J ,.,,! !..i.:n, !,,
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PRESTIGE FOR MAGIC
TRICKS ON THE STAGE
Free Lecture oir
By Clarence W. Chadwick, C. S. B., of Omaha, Neb.
Member, of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,
Hall Theatre, Sunday, 2:30 p. m.
DEC. 12 , The public is cordially invited to attend
flags, but they who look upon it from a
private chamber, who have-,thc fun of the
"So I am satisfied to be out of the
procession if by staying out 1 can make
a comfortable place far rat husband and
son to ret in after "they have 'carried
Anothfrijjiousekeeper wc kniw- 1 fines
U. S. BEAUTY spots
depicted by book
Your Kavor at
Pr IJook-prospect: f
re you a retailer, a Iianker. a broker.
a publicil; advocate, a butcher, a baker
i f sr life insurance arnt?
I FATHER'S FINISH IS : .
! SEEN AS CHRISTMAS
1 SEASON APPROACHES
"Oiiilnis is coining, hi l?c9 hi
wnf tb happy child.
lIttK u r-iitVtt19 arrU'ni; faidui ln1
If :T. . -... !.- ?" -it v-4HiiaiiB-i wiv-
It mi, j&l iiujiit uir m nuv imju , r
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Vlrnt man or nnun la ml pUimed ;r" i-r:iera Maur ,
f I.. -1 -Ul J . I 'T7 t?mn? iV T riI itiil,
. .. ,. ., i . ) iiTua cany rmiur.PiHL, ir ai lval since -"- - - -i i- - , .,. e . . ... ,. , .
..stor.es tbatare being spread abroad to aiWtnl , ,,,,. w9rIi) now i w,,;c)l ai mucr sj TMs sets father t th,.4ing about the
cloud the issue and by faUe reprewnta- nr at aaeli of it as opportunity and , a'wee. trite in jjiots. Li.t.'rwverlhelr,1'""' """" , "UJ'"B !"'"" "t me
mr whose bark buek fci"""v. "" .ai"ui h
mo more ne inn is, and tfie more
tbe key to her possessions on the outk!e
In tlie-lock tf the front door. She re
sens lliat If a bnrglir want to ptt in
the houv, be is going to welcome him
self legardless of locks, and she thinks
that the key in the hick will sugeet to
him that there is nothing in tin- lion'
' p"t rt, ', tMY f ''!l '" fc"- '' '" in"
U T. Clode, puliliheri, i , , , , , .
tion'tii create miMir u-nilmeni .-iiinsi ' puie will permit? "SoaM (Uj.- this -Btosble to hnyonr
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i ire way our iiriugms run i m going arecii-a uy ine juainy oi iciiers ne scon
tbe, measure. .
iTTie new-spaJxTs bac printeil tories
tliat the people who want1 to preserve
the American Sunday from tlie promoters
orecnnnerclal amueineiiis intend to step
"lralMS,thcii6MvrTy of newvpapers all
iioniti: Knicc flnu an oniniai) yv
cations Tliis is a backfire to defeat the
ITemplci Bill." he says.
-.Tlie Sunday la'ts iliat tin reformers
are attempting to have made national
f have long been in effect in the District
- of Columbia, New Jersey and New York.
Uecenlly, however, the later Mate allow.
el professional baeball games on Sun-da.
thine i- i i- . . i . li , wwn to Lroadway In' haveSl
laxn; oin, ilH adjmtnwut lettcra eeleeted. , v-M- i i i
iL love .i , i i, i c I r-I'rnK how ea) a mark l.e
"- "tr ir. m tlie file of nationally known firra.)., ,. r.,L , . .
I Sfilar al t- t tls-ak .ima k.s T 1 sT '
Just glancick ever them will dye yoat. '.., .... . , -,. .
. " (a i ti i- uiiiii ur a.:iiiww tTirm ni-ir it
in fee ihc Roctifs or YeHtwstanc Part.
or .Viagra FaU." Or "I'm ic u bave I
a trip lu Lu'Tip?, if its the lam
I !. on ta rih" Or Iidw I vsu!i
to It llif iu)cteruu9 EsV.9
AnJM ,naw. Sow sT iy Jirr to M fcr liinc u"p ftqr itr batch
-eflizr :!ief Ujo; nihers treason- tlwn r mitn.T mail. Tin fmnt mn nf tl
tjirooFlw.rt norma! lives prer twjirf I U,L un nay,u ftf hp rftlusitet 0f a
teMrciartAtlieciMcwLhrie , LBgltfS 1& ;," Viiiter. in
kjr wcabular. II ueaU viitii fWnitua
Uvp, ahhrevialior form of adslre- and
tfiem trmilrt aV
H jiu e!iit that ymir bu-ine? Ictlrnj
wcvrtli lie U ftrr dinnpr hr mln
j hrt Jul, and m a mrt ol delirium, ruches
is for the
i-rs maiwr thrmeles ialm con1it
ifith imagining: themelie fylhl lonced
for fairy place. ' v
Out f tlioss Mho lave btn foftoaa?
enough; ts trael to the iatcrorttup. he f ' .
besutifuL the historic, the zibiniic, th j1 Bat Jfc'
a,sv-U!-Jlll ClATI 1 VJ. WV sJf s '1SV
have written down wiih loving haiHlaw
lir own ilescriptiona. explanalioas and
irapreicns f llat thon wbi tJHae after
ma reaik Often tbee iiooks of tnrl
irean inspiration to tlio-e w-ho caan&t
travel, while to others the) are a joy in
lie mind s eve. Perhaps they are both
nants. I'mil tlieii he rantenK liim-clf
This ign in the window of a book
ttce attracts Lis. attention, "litre they
are. Buy fine o( thexj, popular books tor
her." " --
Her! Fr ber!" father grunted. "I wih
Tlie old English ballad writers divided
their ballails into sections called nts."
Modern critics Kniild throw fits if a
vounir noet wotiltl trv to -t lit. wtili ,it.
' ., k. run c ftiw
..-- . .....
lltr Irtath grne straits, &rr hiCr ere
, And luistrd thrice aboiiljtir ifie.
And ell thr people, far aaJr&ar,
Thought that ft savage bias: mn she."
Till stanra i taken" from tli ballad
fCraip Owne. whirh Ij5 lived for ea-
turies. T J
n h.TI,'iK, .!! , i.l,i in J"'1 "- w 4- ' ,e P tourh-rs
than 9trd this bask.
Vltruixlicalty yonrv '
and lro hlim. to bu) fof, and besides,
jtiw only bonk popular with them is tbe
Tl'e next window father look at dis-
Ja KiBi my tanks, machine
On Social Rarihruptry.
Tlie war left Europe. serially. bankrupt:
tut.nairuig ortheJievingy UopclrSs luvill nH,ve on with the .ibYViJion.
a spiriliul revival halTcome. Tle are.-"!"' in thunder would wan an alarm
inspiration ar-d juv well as an offer ! vaa " the fdcomj eoaclusuiis readied at any time especially at Cbnvtmas.
ef vahirWe material to therffr wiw want I by Crejorv Zi!bctry. Mxrelary to the A father passes each new- silow-
.Mary Klla has ju-t liad tier picture
made for Chtislnias gifts. You knan
Mary Etta, surtjv.? -Slie, i so popular.
All the bo) s arjust crary about hex.
and no wonder, she 'is so clever. Tlie
pictures were taken-full fcpgili
sunbamt'satin evening ilres. She said
that she likes the pictures just finex
cept that her hair seenr." rtsfftd out log
ger en one ide than on the other, and
her iampurl looks rather .strini). and
she i!o-ni think her ili'mnW hwk as
uiriie tavor, accenting to Faucett W.
Ross, formerly of the Gertrude Iloifman
Revue and now a iage errlcrtaiaer. -The
average "American audience is in
credulous, lie ays. .believing nothing
wy ce .and appreciating: the trick ac
cording, to the ingemrty showm. This
has done much to bring a better class
if raasic on the stage, according to Mr.,
"Because of tlie new stimuli," hesaid
'the artist cf today U no more to be com
fare J with tlie fakir if yrtMrday than
he limited Iraia with a four-horse stage
coach. The public of today is more ex
acting in Ms drmands-than ever before."
Mr. Unas ssvs that most of the pres"
int popular illusion acts come from the
Onent. where they have been used for
eonnllefts generation by Hindu and
"I oneswjoiiMid s Chinese troup, "lie
aid, "for the purpose i.f barning tlie
lecrrt of one f their illusion that I
might use it myself. I" appeared In
uetie and kinmotio and was in constant
di4tre.le! I be rerwnired by some of
ray brother professional. I lost my po-
i'ion on the troop b trying to solre
their tries, imf ieeurol enOHSl: of the
details to ork on: one ef ray own." '
display ad in Thursday'ia issue of
The Columbia Evening 'Missourian gave
the valripti'n price of tills paper as
Ore rear. $3.23; Six Months, SL75."
This" rate b by mail in llaone County
'crjonlv; ili- rate oul-ide of Doone County
is MSO a jnr and $1.23 for three
Suits and Overcoats
All our'suits and ovcrcpats have been greatly
reduced and their present prices place them at won
They have all been remarked to conform with
the present market day hprices. A Barth-suit car
ries with it quality, style, and a reasonable price.
What more can you expect?
There are just 12 more shopping days until
Christmas. In our store you will find all your hol
iday wants for men at greatly reduced prices.
'Don't put off buying until the lat minute.
Come in and see us.
"We hold no Clearance Sales. We areu alchin"
lhe markets closely and any reduction in any line o,
merchandise that ice carry, our customers can be
assured that they will reap the benefit." "
:lnnc guns, a . ,, ,', , .
c druir ami an alarm clock, lie "', I rr i ' -,? ,m
nH.ve on with the .'.l.io: an. ' "-e off lCT wri.l wntclr;J fir drev.
Just liow far we arc to carry reform
legislation befcre we reach an eilreme is
a question. Certainly there is a danger
of creatnig a resentment ll.at might lireak
down all constructive steps.
Sunday should be a day of rest
. .: n... :r .11 1 r..n
I First" scries, lleaalifully bound in de--- KtreEky failed in liuss'ia because he ft- "1 see ih-yre still diolayin;
commerciaiizeii sports may wreck t&e rnrotm. r nik irirmt wnTi mmv mIa, -., ... r. 1- . --:.i. 1 .1... K.,;?..! niun... ,r i.Mui -:.r. t .u:- . .. . . -4v .
. " . .... ,. ..,..- .iC --" 1 "" f"- -..",... !-. .r- --; 1 "-' "-j p'' ""'. uois i,t like liw Pietun Mary Et la
very purpese ot unllay and treat elown anu Duo-?ravure iiiasiranuns, ims on ii).mt in irs fntrnsiiy. accnrdiag ti Zil- "". e a)s. r.i-hr the Low would Lr m,r ' t-t!
v . . ...... bock of tlie lake anil mountain reaic.n 1 1. . n .--. .tA i:.l . f v.. k. - . . ..'.. - roorr onilea-
morai restraint tint tlw tlrJatll tlay 1 , .; . . . ., --". " ... ....,...,0, .- , .CT. ue )-. a ue asr- a narlier
u,. -, -Lif Nc: ff""' a.??1.na'.,rn, -lw !?hiJ &&..- Mi- ca.nH,ffimitrr,Un. "that tlie barbers-aro .Usplajing
6eIptlo-;crrJiie.--T...:r-. . .re . -i'in&tre.ts)mrrlltJii3!oaBr!urh.T iVW?, SJA. "i.?n ..t P.r.. ' -z k.: oi. -j .. -"
..m u c., . .. .Ij..l . i . i ..r..i 'J. "--? """ n.'.- '.""I? "' ""'"i"-'"; ?" iMw.-iuin 111 meir
T "mr ,".. ,- -t-T.itr iii cr.yiiwi rii- -zjn.-Tizjnr-z. 7 'r n.. nm .i . "T.- ? v-r " - ...
rt i 1 .1-11 1 11 I . 1 r " nr imnrniiif 1-1 irr initoiu r--nman-rs. ag3in mis year. Uime to think
JIie,aan.wuuJXiUjJtMrti5l Keiusilak.jf J4 "cr, vallev and mguntain, , r-,--, - -. - . . -i-r-r, 1.-- - -.1 .'... -t ,, ,.,
ramoSS Bf nitrfi-f ; , , ., , ,.- - fC " , . .
v!.en .BkMiniinoii sa "... e"" j'i-i.tn iur. my jo-tcar
sags a trifle in the back, "and '.-he really i
didn't know she looked so slinny -shout ,
,lhe sluiulders, hut aside fro'ar thew'liiile 1
nasc earn new chota mn. I j..-.. l .,.,., . " . '
ta know what to look for wrfc-i. (raveling.) mmisrer of lalir ui.der t Kcrcraky , dow he beceunes more weary af heart darlio''' " immnaii jusi
All these arc combined In William , cwncot in Rnia. in his reeeallj. n.l cwScal of cipressron. He step, Le-1 eh.'i.l-.i p.,h if J.,', !, ,k. c. '
and ' Oipanan Kitchin's book, -J.V Wonder-! PfbUsiied Iwol, lhe I'as-ina; of lhe Old fore a pfertographer'a window. Instead ttlcJ ),. aifj j. sa;L m fa I
the! 'aJf ,hf Eaj'"ne of a -irq'Am9i.ca,Ord'r in Ecry.e.- ' d )iog pleased he terns awav with dis- coaldnt ptb-iM!" She w.4.S if hi '
meant tliat she is ano.bcr Uclra or if he
two-beadetl make in California mav Ik or ,n r c
iiic.il anil .iciiid, vr
a proof tliat the VUlead Act is
out of working order there.
Kitten is adtkd an ;
Jilot of us u o much energy trjittg
to escape llnnjr e sliould do tliat wc
"hate little left for the thinpt e C tally
MR. HOOVER AND LABOR
'Herbert Hoover has been taken into
She councils of organized labor for the
purpose ot helping get industrial order
out of the present chaotic condition
which seems to exit between capital
and labor. No one realizes more keenly
than Mr. Hoover that it is no simple
matter to find a wa) out of our present
industrial difficulties. He Las been
through two industrial conferences, the
second of which 'laid down a program
outlining a permanent relationship be
tween capital and labor. flut as yet
there has been ro effort to take advan
tage, of these recommendations. Mr.
Hoover says that there has been nothing-j
V put forth that is more than a mere sug-
gestion and that there will have to be
many more such conferences before any-
tlung is done which will make for the
stabilization of indury.
Mr. Hoover believes tliat evervone h
agreed on "collective bargaining" but he
gays that there is a breakdown in the
method of its application. It prnvdii-s
that where there is a conflict over repre
sentation the matter shall bo referred to
if third and disinterested party for de
termining the right and the wrong of
lhe entire dispute, but only for investi
gation and report. Nothing further can
:-'ed by the revorotionairvEtiard and.ld daughter? Haircuts I are
11V.I1IV1II Mil SSS- ntlim-IlUllV 111 KU9 lI II
wonderland of lhe eaU with some sag-, uk lo ll" P0'" of Taunda. he nar- cncurji; she couldnt say I was
eeslions to raotor-turists on flow lies! to rwly escaped being lynched by a mass 'her ".raething ihrap!"
find ji. of snrduTs and workmen in the Cathrrir fathers criticising eve next beholds
1 UJ' erf the mlMC for lie ws known as some Uafiynowuer pjffs. "I uranh," he
a traitor ami a wlfisli politician who turd 'exclaims, "wliat a gill needs now is a
placed a sinister part in the -military 'de- j -cmbinat.on vanity and cigarette case!"
feat of Russia. Vhen the crowd recog- Lpm I.Aiis; baci at another show
nfaed in tlie'r anrer against bim rotf l-vrndow father ees a headlcas feminine
to furv- always,, nnexpectedly, the! model thescd with an expensive gown.
ja.tf.liaal.tj. IllvA hJiri?. .r.. itlb'Uim.. I JlJt like .1 tlmili " Iij. coi. -n I n
the finger lake district of Central fjofc Krensla; emergel frmo tile throng. "vTej'ier lira, over cicelies and, by the way;J
York. ,luye lio-m Cglilirtg all our lire for the 'hat thing i imlVil emblunatic of thej
akoli'ioc of violence! be exclaimed, p-eraee ynoraan at iiis time of )car.
Stnp! No blood!' nd the- mob ' With this father yi-ns 'homeward, bav
slopncL '"? 'pent nMliing vfcut som? valuable
Sitne of the men protested. They ''me. He knews thi he has it all to
aw tlie crosses of distinction or. the ! l over again. The Lnnly simply must
Lrcast of tlie eld czarnt and tlw epaulets '''" presents.
of s general em his shoulders, and want-H
Tiie book cn.J.ri.es journeys raaue
dating festr successive,, sasons ihriujdi
the hills and nuisntains. the wood-, and
talfos. alnQgsiJc the lakes aat riven
of easlern-New York. Yefmofet, Tew
ii i- -11... ill ij- -.. ... i
iixniiismrr. iizinr- iiaKii-raiMaiB aim i -
Connecticut, with a side Imir tlirourhrmdefalitul'le 'llie word are ZilboorgV.
""It lias much to sav." write Deetor
Kitchin in his "Foreword," "about the
scenery and a little -aboni llie, bistery of
this fascinating region, and an efttrt has
been made to docribc the former as it
really is and in the latter lo be accur
ate in tlie brief outtin-s given.
with iheir compliments. But . anyway, i i!
sue is gome to give Bob one of'tlie pic-
lures in a Sx83 frame. I
Susare, back in Seymour, gave him
her picture last year in a $2.3 frame
and Bob still keeps it out on his dresser
behind the picture of Ju mother
which shows that he appreciates pictures
more than most bo do. "
-MILLION FACE FAMINE!
"See America Kirrf" is a slogan wkicli ed to null thro off. It wa a dramatic
lias gniwn up out ( a gcoohvly patri-! mwmrnt, and tlie cry to lnf!i h:nt broke
otic enlhusia-in and pride in the beeu-ioot. Kcrensky's Mrong vi-ice rang out
tie- e.f American scenerv. jcr seeing Eur-( j,f ain. "He will iW it luaKetf. You
ope first lias its advantage, for when u,, lw rtju , t,,n; 'IIC U, an uatrmnl
you ihi see- Amerna, it is m a compara
tive mornl. and llie mental practices keep
4on alert t.v what von are now seeing.
and calls up memories of otber ihina
together with their historic significance.
We find here one of lhe greatest bene-,
fits cf trcvcL These comparisons arc H
them-tlves a great source of esthetic and
intellectual pleasure, which 1m) -be se
cured as well by reading books on travel,
although the joy of first-hand information
is ol course unrivaueu.
In our own song, jMy Country Tis of
Thee." we find mingled with the love,
loyally and enthusiasm, for pur country,
that puwejful affection for the' natural
booties as well
" loie thy rocLs an J nils.
Thy tends and templed liiUf,",
and through the pages of this book r.ne
cxperi'-nccs this same feeling.
In a rapid, general survev of the dist
rict indicated by the title of the book,
we see a delectable land of beautiful
mountains, exquisitely lovely valleys,
sparkling rivers and placid, shining lakes;
;t,M-.iinrd raoids .and waterfalls pictur
esque glens and gorges .andJar-reacbiDB
I t,m-n Then we rmt add to these
In regard to the problem of hours and j ,. f Kcaery. "the ancient towris.
. t .uj . ,1.., ,t... -:, ..lit, fti toirvirals of the colonial
j ... . i r i- - i ate. the literary associations that cluster
eiould be a high standard of living -i Xot former home, of -famous author
"Jut there should be time for recreation j anj a!x)ve au. ,J,e historic sites and
.J family life for he II""6 """ IIe I J'BM "f ,he Hudson, Mohawk and Con
and larairy hip n -nJ of the classic shores
MT, that to decrease the hours '" , f uke Ccor'gc and of Lake aumplsin. '
these'prima'y considerations or likewise
to increase the employment to eiguiy
foBr hours week is an economic faUacy
and'tends' toward "Mil produflion. He
Hr, that the same pay for skillful and
jrjful work alike is detrimental to
Interest in iwwJuction aml Il"Jd W
Xt have not traveled jn lbs real tense ;
to be sure, when we know sun "
book, but some of the pleastres, lotellec
tuat as well as physical. 'some oftbe bene
fus. and values of traveU tcust have come
ta us through its beautiful pages.
(Tt.. Pn- rvmoanr. Boston: cloth.
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enemy aiu) he lis-oar hands." He
lKtk a ixnknifc out f his packet alid
liandeel it to tlie general, who slowly and
iwith trembling liastbi, cut off all tlie dee.
orations that bad been given Iiim by tlie
czar. Uralihed. the crowtl cheered, its
evumsn heart had rerrained whole and
But not for long. Tlie BolfhevikCTi
nin and Trofckj, b revamping tlie old
appeals cf rutionalisni and italrioli m
and advocating to-the4imit ctxtrtion.
caught the fancy of the lVtrograd rev.
oIulssnaricH and the army. Krrcns.kv,
tbn man who Iiopcd lo rule by reason
arnl love, was jrcrnl at and -svept out
( power., ' . '
The Mary of Kerenskv ex-cupies a small
part ed this liook. As its title implies,
it is chief I concerned with the iaiiiz
cf wLatb.is been in Europe, ard in ad
during reasons for the change. lie
draws on industry, religion, moral, tho
arts every branch cf human acthit) in
Europe lo prove that the trend lias been
lcward'diso!utioc . '
But. Zilboorg ti nof a Bolshevist. In
Lis ph'dosophy there is no knowing what
will happen although one ma) have a
most complete prospectus of what should
happen. He suies present facts and
tendencies as he ecj thcra. He spend
liltle time in exhortation. Id book is a
trifle more than the documen of an in
dividual It 'is Irpical of a larer of
(Thcmas SUcr, j, York: clod
CkUNEGIE LIUr-AY IS GIVEN
Cape GiraVdeiu Villleccive a, $30,.
The Carueaic LihrarCorporaiion of
New YmL Gt will crert a library at
Cape Girardeau, Mo, Asiing $30,000
according tov newsnaper treports. The
cit of Cape Giiardeau aj-ecd to ojulp
and maintain the library. 1
A movement Is on foil to ask the
ctale Legislature to pass aJact authoriz
ing the-city to levy a mil tax for the
maintenance of the library. It lias been
minted out that the tax ould raise
about $4,000 annually, SitJO of which
would be sufficient to mainVin the lib.
rary, leaving $1000 for tbe Purchase of
new books each year. 4
Hans 'arc being made m fllurahia to
make application for a Carcrie Library
Cross Aids Chinese Safferintr
Front Ruin or Drouth.
I!v Clliprrc I-' ttftc-r.
W ruled Press StcjJ CtrrtsyondenU jl
SiiAvc.iAi, Nov." 29." (Iw maiL)-H
I amine relief workuust eoiitinui Sot at I
least ten months in China, ace jrdinc to I
estimates made by e.fficials v.hhave '
unelertaken the distribution of the milli-'
ens that are being subscribed to save the
starving people. Forty milliiii lues arc j
imperiled by the famine. i
The Am'rican Kcd Cross is uking an i
active part in the relief -work. Major
Emmett C White, cliief of the insular
and foreign divUion sf the American Red
Cross, has gone- from Manilla to work
with American Minister Charles- R.
Crane in the administration of the pro.
Appalling talcs of misery are rcceiveil
daily from the eight northern provinces
affected by the famine, which is the re
sult of a drautli. People have been eat
ing" leaves and grass, heads of families
have pdisoned'tbeir wives and children
Qualify Store -Costs No More
9 North 9th Street
Examination -to Remove Conditions.
All students desiring to take an exam-
lysjifJrtrt in trA In mimMrn asnlrtf au.
SS.UII, ws "" -. w aw.i.ss.s- will ails. V MlIC inskituj irVn"W -M
pages; retjdjtions are a-ked ta communicate with! December 22. Fall term ends alii
nMAa.L.. 1 ST-. m - AAT't " " f
v.x.cuure li. vsraiouo, l tn Jles-
S3iV jrethodist Church. 3:30 b. m.
December 12 Cantata, "ThiAdora
lion," Christian Church. 7:30 ', m.
Dec 12-SpeciaI meeting of '11 Pres
bylerian students at - the Presjytcrian
e-hurch, at 12 noon. i
December 13. Varsity Day. iTiger
Town" at-Hall Theater, aftcrnoii and
December 13. Junior Jollies, ausieal
revue by junior clas, Stephens allege
Auditorium, 8 p. m. Il
Dec. 14. Presbyterian Brolhiliood
supper at Presbyterian Cliurch. Ajdress
by Dr. Van Nuys. M
I)ecember 13. Dean Walter Jiller
will talK at y. W. U A. meetingJUni.
vcrsity Auditorium, 4 p. m.
December 16. Chri-lian and Ste'lieas
coiu-es ciose tor tne iroihtays.
December 17. Final fall term, e'
of God in
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A LITTLE GROCERY NEWS
This is one ;ofyour rare
opportunities to hear
Come lo Biblcr Qass
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"What shall I give her for Christmas?
'Qiinawarc," is our answer.'
Friend. wife is always pleased if she 'lias
plenty ot nice chinaware. A selection from
our cttnplete slock gives you every oppor
tunity to please. Our designs are of tlie
best and the ware is built for service. Our
set's arc not "trick' sets, for if you break a
jdidi it can be duplicated. No charges to
come in and lookthe, stock over. You will
find it the most complete in Columbia.
cannot find a better flavor. 118 toasted
right from the best blend of coffees.
You have no doubt been worrying about
that Christmas fruit cake. Since the new
proltibition law went into effect alcoholic
liquors for cooking purposes are taboo, and
it is hard to make that fruit cake taste 'Just
right. Old Virginia Fruit Cako solves the
problem. Made down Richmond way it
has all lhe Old Southern flavor that makes
fruit cake so delicious. Old Virginia fruit
cake is good all the; time. Why not try it
today. One piece demands another.
Winter tmc is the time for mince Ipies.
The most economical buy on the market
in mince meat is Richelieu Mince Meat in
Then if you are looking for the best in
plum pudding, Riclielicu 'again comes to
Richelieu canned goods will be delivered
right to your door if you place your order
over the phone. We will give it every at
tention that you would receive if you were
doing shopping in person.
The size of our stock assures you of a
wide range of groceries to select from. We
nave not only quality but quantity. You
are always welcome to come in and look
our stock over.
For breakfast, Richelieu coffee. A big,
steaming cup of coffee early in tie morn
ing starts the day off right if it is good
coffee. Richelieu is that kind. Maybe
you like it black widi no sugar. If so you
Gloriana, the flour that makes, bread better
There's a satisfaction that comes from
the use of Gloriana Flour that is seldom
found-elsewhere. It is made at Glasgow,
Mo., from wheat that is Miswuri grown.
It's the f fout'uitn the better flavor.
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