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- 'THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1920
pects and as itafTccts many perplexing
problems of tie Near East. Even should
lilu mediation ,fad. Lord Robert and
others point oat that the League, hating '
JUST LISTEN TO THAT CHILD!
c7 by the Miv.nnn pm-i,u a.
woauon, inti j,r 1L Nt j, cojos,. ,,. undertaken- the tajt of saving the
ALFONSO JOHNSON. Mi-un V.t,nnd other solutions.
. A precedent it pa League authority '
un.UA KAlta 'and willingne. to assume-authority will
5 cento M CCntl; ':nSle epfa" "taMiArfTflt the sending of an in-
By oafl in Boone County: Year, tcrnatianal army to Vilna to act as police
,A25; 6, months, $1.75: 3, months. 90 'during the plebiscite which will .m.u
' L?! 3aca,u- v ..,! dangerous quesliobeiween Poland and J
" i5 "c swuniy; scar, ?fcJUi I , , . ts r . . . !
-aioaihs,SL232 month. 4S 1M. pv. ""' " 'mute value of this can I
':?-able'i4 .advance. Ibsrdly be overestimated.
Member Andit. Korean Circulations
K Entered as -second-class mall mattei.
!rl,PIe for mailing at. special rate
k'postage provided for la SecUan 1101
AcTJif-'OeioSer 3, 1917, authorized Sep
jemocr 26, 1918.
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Advertising" and Circulation S.
Brotherhood and lote are the ideals
for which Christianity his stood through
the ages. In our Sunday schools, in our
The start of the fourth week, of this I
unique ( athenns in the 'world's history I
shows that the Lcague of Nations is
demonstrating, its capacity as a workable j
machine through which the future peace j
of tie world may be insured. Of itself
It will not accomplish this great object.
The- peoples must work- out their own
salvation. But the League is an instru
ment for their u-e, the first they lave
tier had, and they are beginning to use
it If -the) continuo" to use it, the
uream ot a world in which peace and
"ustice reign will one daj change from
a dream lo a reality.
churches, ia our every-day life, we preach
these ideals, and" try to the best of our
ability to lire up to them. Brotherhood
and lore are the big ideals of our peo
ple." and since the time tliat the Indian
natives presented the wampum belt to
William jVnn, in the Indians way of
asking for brother!) love, the American
peolehaTe beliered in and had as their
aim a life of brotherly lore.
Individual), we hare been taught to
forgive. If we have been wronged we
are asked to forgive and to call our
offender fnend, not enemy. Unfortunately
we do not all live up to the advice that
has been given us but the value of that
advice is not leaned1 when it is not
followed. Enemies cannot work togeth
er; men hating one another cannot co-
neri? 1 lv .!,;.. ,rh W . . . . ' EK'-" " charge of ChrisJan Colic:
r ' Her own tile. Ilu wa hi nc cah .......... s.-.t. v..u .... . i n
, , t - 'I - " s.vij atniuc .. ..lulu -iict uiiti Jiujtci3 i
never help to push the wheel of pro- . .. .. , ., . . r r.-i..i. .. . I
n uk uay, uccause mere were so tew CJ v -.j.h met..
gres round. They retard it rather, in , . ., ,ij . ,f. , , , Committee 25: Mrs. C D. Matthew,
their effort to hurt one another. Only , . . . " , i M, Waltrioa Benson in charge of,
' .lie hoarded sunnhes are eon.- .in,l ilr Rn Im ml TTiTIm Kr.,i!nar,t i
kindliness toward the other fellow will . . ., , . rmm,ti. -v;- Mr. Y P. !.
'"""' ue pvionous uititutes Hare y " " , , . V
Many men" who can "drink or let it
alone" are certainly "letting it alone." j
"Other mindedness'-is to forget sel
fish self, and view life from the altruis-,
tic point. '
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Once upon a time Ceorge Washington
threw a dollar over the mural bridge, '
bjt Ceorge produced his own butter and
eggs and did not need it. I
It was Thanksgiving Day and a Chi
ago woman had prepared a feat for her
iiu?band. He came borne "crazy drunk"
and she was forced to kill lum to save i
r DOrsrCfvRE! I
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4 TOO01ES DO. AlstL frA'' I
f evERioony Jrx !
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ICopjright 1920 by J. II. Donahey)
his right arm In a bandage as a result
of an accident with a Ford car.
Mis Marguenette Key of Rowena was
in Centralia Tuesday.
C E. Sellers and family pent Tues-
1S APPOINTED BY HYDE
Mrs. Ceorge Starrett. Mrv J. A. Medltj I " ,"'n -,'' -
permit you to work with him for the ! . . . , , . . " Mrs. Ceorge Starrett, Mr. J. A.
benefit ot the res, of the world and for L? ' " ""'" "" '" of "' E'"'
i CHARITY CAMPAIGN TO BEGIN
1 WHAT IT HAS DONE
The first meeting of the assembly of
vjtheJLeague of Nations has entered its
The Women's Missionary Society of;
the M. E. Church mcj at the- home eft...... rnr.t-iT; vJZ. 2. .V-.l"",.
Mrs C B. Rawcrcnce )estcrday after-
Donald C. MeVay, University Grad
uate, on Governor's Staff.
Donald C McVay, of Trcntoi, a grad
uate of ihe University, has been appoint
ed a colonel on Govcroor-clect Hvdc
rt.rw.n af.(T ti-V.v t. tnftn.lin mI tn.
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iui n. .. "' u.m ..n-. inn m jrfrlton Republican Tribune. He
the Pastime Club
Robert Price is in KaasastCty on basi
net ll irtteVk. f "
htba:,!! wU conclude its Jabor and ad-'qoc"- "even o tne uurty committees j M1SS JIadge. Berry
jSura about December 15. The work of " "H1 an "n cunpaigti were . dI; ;,., Austen(.t j
'- 'iosvivibi a 1'iiuvuiiau. m ur i
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consc.oiu near her boaic iUnday cvciy .
iflg. 5h bt(J bcra ndms, Jkt bijcjrlcjxsrs
Thirty Committees to Solicit Funds
for City's Needy.
Tfie campaign of the Charity Orsaa
tZallfms SotlPtV fftt-' SfWi tr. ftimr nn
Mltir mnirT Ik-Ill Iiawrin fTiMxvssi
... "wsvvoMi waatw -tVl - - - - J t l f tf P
-inii ir innnnem en iit imm it
Beie Lee l.c!i - " -
Jewell ichols. Anpa i CHURai TO COST1 $223,000 '
i n r.i- i r f r
the Assembly may well be divided into I ,mr,g "nineteen committees appca. , d, Ruth and .Baptist PaU.r SnyNeBu.ldins
luw-P"- bel-w: ' Gwendolyn Mit-liell, TueJav rught. Cannot Be Builfcfw LbssJ ' i
The firt phase vas devoted to organi- j Gommittee 12. Mfs. Leonard God j . . Jlory in the Evemnasilisoiian'
, : ... i . . ' "" iV"ungaic, airs. 11. m. wiueri I laipa tntin was in uiiumDia ims e!erdit taie the erroneous smpresajn I
"'""'"'' "" "-""." ,nJ At... Vin !.: in A.. nf It.,3 - l.c! ., ... .. . fil.. 1... m. t .. . U
1 . .(, -. ... , uijl HMtf. v.. ft..-....-;. Iliai IIIC flll laUH-l-ViUlWl Jt'l SU Wt
, built here will cost pnIy-4150,000 in-
A mujical program will be given at U,i 0f $230,000, as ongmall) es'imal
die Hallsville School tonijht. There will J. Tliere has been a slight drop in the
4 a member o the liepublican state
Cevernor-elcct Hyde and lus staff will
leave Trenton for Jcffcrsen City the Sun
day prcccdiug, )the inauguration.
zation and arranging the complicated
machinery that, would make it possible son" street from llittto College andlll of
for the representatives of forty-one na-1 H'1!""' nd irpnia streets.
. . ' . , . j Comuutlee 13: Ml W. C Kaiah
tions speaking some fifteen different v,r& cl,eI Mll,.r MrJ j 0 miff
languages, to function. In the main, Mrs. Bernard Hunt in cha-ge of High
this organization consists of sir com. "rcet from Bauchelle north and Umrer
..... . 'ity avenue from WilUam eist.
mittees, in each of which every nation, Committee" 13: Mrs. Ella Shipe, Mr
hx a.reDTWeniaUve. TacL Conlrv jnd Mrs- Laura Urnrht in
'-rt. j t.- i . t ielurce of th- rasr side of iwh sirwi i about to weeks ro better.
. , , .... ' froni Elm to the business section and I
yum hnth sldes of Tenh from Elm to Oipttv
ComnLttee H: Mrs. AdaDeCaptlo
Mrs. David McBride iri charge of the
north side of Elm from Eighth to Tenth
and both sides of Locust from llitt to
these committees and the third
consists of full sessions of the Assembly
to receive and act on the reports of these
As the seion draws to a c!oe, the
be ai admission charge of 23 cents. price of materials needed for the new
' building and, "according to, the Rev. T.
Charlie Williams was in Centralia jes- 'w. Young, pastor of the church, the
terday. I amount may be reduced to,$223,00Q. That
" " . , f j it can be constructed for less than that
..in. iu.mu, .. .- ' -. '"i iiiehlv iniDrohable. .Mr. lounc savs.
The state associations campaign for
funds is expected to raise $150,000 to be
was in Centralia
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Macs and
Miss Mary Maves were in Centralia
anulied on the cot of the budding here.
but there will remain at least $73,000 ,
to be raised.
committees are far enough along in their
Committee IS: Mrs. W. R. Finler
Mrs. J. P. Jfetxltrr. Mre.,Ely Hill, Mrs,
Thomas McHarg in charge of Broadway
east of Price avenue, and the East side
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permanent court of international justice. DorsTi and g vSi.
work to forecast what the results of the
first session of the Assembly will be.
Probably the most important of these
results will be the establishment of a
Eighth and all of Cherry from Tenth to
The committee having this in hand is
still at work. The governments of the
world will be asked by the Assembly to
enact the necessary legislation to ban
the permanent court become the medium
fordisputes which, if unsettled, might
lead to war. This would be the longest
step forward in the direction of world
peace that has. ever been taken, and in
itself would more than justify this ses
sion ot the Assembly.
Next in importance comes the question
of the limitation of armaments. While
it is not probable that positive .action
will be taken, there is no doubt but
what this vitally important matter will
be turned over to the military, nival and
air commission for further stud) and re
port. A Austria has been admitted to the
League and it is expected that Bulgaria
will jtoon follow her footsteps The chief
importance of this lies jn the fact that a
precedent .lias been established, a to
The action of the Assembly in secur.
ing the consent of President Wilson to
mediate between Mustapha Kemal and
theAnow'"4 " considered by many
.delegates, among them Lord Robert Ce
cil, as an accomplishment of first in
.psrtiJlce both in its bunimtwiMi e-
Committee 16: Mrs. J. N. Taylor, Mrs.
E. S. McDonald, Mrs. W. William Hirth,
and -Mrs, J. P. McBainc. in charge of
Broadway between West Broadway and
Sedgewood and all of Edgewood, West
wood and Glcnwood streets. .
Committee 17: Mrs. U. H. King, Mri
Eula Alexander, Mrs. Ceorge Kehr, and
Mrs. Luther Hardaway in charge of
Sisth street from Ctmley to Broadway
also Fifth street for the smt distance.
Committee 18. Mrs. P. C Lyda, Mrs.
A. F. Iveatc, Mrs. W. IS. -Kar-tetter in
charge of west side of College from Uni
versity to Locust and the south side of
Locust from Hitt to College,
Committee 19: Mrs. E. & Cave. .Mrs.
S. C Hunt, in charge pj eai4 side of
Ninth street from Ccrdey To Elm and all
tf Lowtt street.
Committee 20:. vMis1Sarsb Steenbcrg-j
er, MissXIiia Arnold, Jfr. Harold Tiew
man, Mrs. Joseph ParkervMrs- Tout
King in charge of all of Piijum. Matth
ews and Waugh street and the eat side
of Hitt from UmvewUy lo Locust street,
Comrailtfe 2b M"- L. L. Terriil,
Mrs. J. H. Murray in charge of the north
iide of University from Hitt to College
Committee 22: Mrs. D. -E. Major.
VirsTir MT BattertonMrs. C'B. Saro
& fhargc'of jioAbrCarth avenue. Jboljr
sides ot Afh to Mcttalse and Broadway
from Edgewood to Third street'
Committee 23: Miss Mary Wetcott,
Mrs. Roy Davis, Mrs. E. C. Davie, and
Mrs. H. C Jtalo in charge of Windsor
from Price street to Ann street and
Pratt and Walnut from Price to Ripley.
Committee 24: Mrs. Ktt Catron,
Miss EUmbeth Eites, and Miss Nua
The Reverend Mr. Hcnunx has been
viutig the past few days with friends
near Mount Zion.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Meth
odist church met with Mrs. J. A. Woods,
O. F. Jvichols went to Columbia yes
terday on a business trip.
Eustace Hendrix was in Columbia'
Wednesday on business.
Roy Creed was "in Hallsville Wednes
day on a short visit with friends.
Mrs. Hubert Dennis was the guest of
her sister, Mr. Frank A. Hudson, last
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Durall of Kansss
Dry arc the guests of Mr. Duralfs par
ents, Mr. and Mr. J. H. Berry.
Mr. and Mts. Elmo Payne and Robert
Frink and Miss Olive Roberts attended
thobow in Centralis Wednesday night.
Ralph Elkin of Centralia was in Col
Charles Burks lias been ill rcc-
Howfr Primm has been ill villi stom
Jfrs. Isadore. Snith recently underwent
Miss Frances Palmer was In Columbia
on business Tuesday.
Albion Sexton visited his parents Tues
Roy Hickerson has returned from an
extended visit with friends in California.
Trot. W. S. Drtice Las been carrying
Holt County Club
Sunday, Decembgr 12
2:30 P. M. Room D
Y. M". C. A.
Erry Holt County student
urged to attend. Impor
of God in .
This is one of your rare
opportunities to hear
Come to Bible Class
When our cook is gone,
When jou don't want to
cook jour own meal, -or
When jou hae some
friends to take out, or
When jou want a good
The Cpmniolis will
ioKc your problems
to your" satisfaction.
With Roast Turkey,
Chicken in two stjles,
Cranberrj' Sauce, and all
the good tilings.
Oyster Soup, Apple Dump
lings, Sandwiches,- Fresh Crisp
Salads and the other foods
Hae You Tried The Com
Our aere check' is 35
'On the? University Campus
THE BAPTIST NEWS
OL 1 r PUBLISHED WEEKlY B1V THE BPT1ST SU.NDVY SCHOOL. NO. 11
Rev. T, W. 'ioung, pastor.
Subject Sunday morning: "Religion
Subject Sunday evening: "The.
The deacons will meet Monday
vci.Ip at 7:30 at the Annex.
The Publicity Committee for the
tew chnrch building will rneet
Thursda) evening. December 16, at
7J0 at the home of Mrs W. E.
Harshe, fo. 400 S. 6th street.
Mr. L. D. Hsigh, cliainnan of the
Every Member Cairo",, reports
that $7103 of the budget of 33300
has been pledged, and that there
are about fifty unore members of
the church lo be seen.
Side .Baptist Sunday School waj f raugements ran "lx- mado for tin-
held last Sunday-i three o'clock
die Attendance vai tl: 'Most uf
Jicse in attendance were children
Lrom ttie neighborliood. The 4at-
tendance was larger1 than was ex
pected, and arrancemtnts have Ken
pnade for additional , seating capa-'
n. V. p. u.
Clarence Locljwood, President.
W ilbc, Mav -.Varcliaut leader to
Group 1 will bo in char'y'- cf
nly Hie first servricB was enlhusi- .h DvjKam. Tile mreting mnr.
ajfic and everylhing" indicates that .,. . ,ii h, ii. s...i
the new Sunday Schtol will be a , . . . .
success. t only in number, but " " a i's"s-" of P1 '
also in influence. This Sendav , lh BP' Building.' I)r.
School was organized lly the'Exten.
sion Department of the Ik 5 P. U.
l'y T. Davis, Superintendent.
tlendance last Surday morning:
Main Sunday SchooL St3
West Side Sund.y School, 65
Mrs. L. B. Truitt's rlass was on
the honor roll la-t Sunday.
The West Side Baptist Sunday
Merle Whitcnrr. Superintendent
The first meeting of the West
Mrs. P, B. Branham, President.
An important business meeting; of
the Ladies Aid will be Iacf.1 at the
Oiurch Friday afternoon, December
17, at 2M. At that Umcthc mite
boxes which have been in the
hands of members of the Aid
throughout the 7ear will bo opened.
and the funds collected f-cm this
source will be turned over to the
S-mday School Building Fund.
Since this is an important huaiaess
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UlCCUilg, IIIC ICBUtIS VI all 1UV I iu-iwiii. i-cin.c am. ... j
twelve sections of the. Aid are, re-J Catron wdl leaJ the detotional
quested to ber;prescnt ia thet- ar-1 vices.
Young, will be one of the speakers.
The last fifteen misctes v;f the pro
gram will be giren nver to a letter
trntiug period when all of the mem
Lets present will be asked to write
letters to their home thuixh fur act
ivc support iu the campaign for
Youne Women's Auxiliary.
Mrs. Kent Catron. President.
The Auxiliary- will meet at the
home of Mrs. S- T. Simp&cn. 303
College Avenue, Mondav afternoon.
Mr. W. C Knight will lead the
missionary enHre and Mrs. Kent
To Help; Ybtr Choose
A Gift forHim
Remenibet Oar Men's Furnishings
arc being sold out at cost and here is
jour opportunity to buj Christinas pres
ents" afa'low price.
r-.- Mr ' ' ,
iv The-ihhrK we-are showing are real
'bargains-fiiid, Tve, hae a large .issort-
Ties in a Christmas box make an
ideal Christmas present whether it be
for father, son, brother, 05 sweetheart. .
We have them in all colors and at
eal bargains. . "
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Sockslways come in handy for tlio
man he always needs them. Buy him
a pair for Christmas.
And Winter Underwear it's Just
the time he needs it and think of the
low price we are selling it.
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... . Also Reinember Ouf..Bte SuirSala
SES. $27.5a-$30. $35 $40,
22 5. 9th St .
k.' ..5s A-r tilH-t
V -iTrtT-e A-rf. Mi-