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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIA MONDAYSEPTEMBER 25, 1922
Royalists Fear Hemline May
Moenienl in Own
'friends Sa He I
OUer 1 lian the
Kier" marnape November ... M
SLb, Heroine vc.n Scli..naili- jrlath
iSntrr In- Hiance- fr a return I"
!: chin, the I!""''"1- "' rmanv.
JL ;rt bitterlv ..,.r..-...e !'- ""'
" ... nnniium-emriit Imlav that
. 1 1 . ..n ntm
nlier 3 fr
i. Aiiiii leave i'
-,, ka.-rV ....leuller n treat
L liter - a ''' " ,""n1ar.'
J Jcl bv the r..n prince ami ln
?. The Junker ;uitv plan- t -end a
'" .. ... . t... .1 ..fl..r! I.i
Mrution I" I"-""" "' . '
L.Y off the malrh. --vini.alhv '" er-
W Wn5 for the lonrlv h.a,-cr will he I..-I
JrriK azain. it i- .la.nied In the
J-groom. he .ll r..t exc.lc much
Bat the princ i pinp thron-h with
$ the plans f"r ""f"aP" ,n ",Pilr "'
nrrvthing. The marriap- will ! on
jrtti under the Dutch nvil li- a- a
, plain affair Tiie prime-. although
.V rumen from ln? line of liu-ian
Che i- ftron-. mir-ciilar and aUve me
ion lieisht, ilh ''"? c h.-inlit hair
lla) bron e)e-. -he i- al-. energetic
na buine--like. h-t lv -iipervi-mj: hr
nlite and liuu-elH.M. It i- feared lint
aflrr tiie marriage r will -ewe the rein
,i the inonanhi-t mmcment in her mvn
Heroine"- first Iiu-lund. a In ulenant
in tbe I'ru-ian guard-, vva- killed when
U fell from a how in 1020. Mie ha
lirre small -on- anil li. daughter- liv
ing iih her n
Tiie princif-- i- 35 car- old, the kai-er
63. VilhelmV eourling hde -he wa- at
Doom la-t June i saiil to hae been
ardenr a- a bo"-. and In- be letter,
declare friend-, are "all flame ami fire."
Y. W. C. A. STAItTS ITS WOKK
Committees Are Appointed for De
The V. J. C A. oimmitter met at
Je-t Hall lhur-da afternoon and di--
cu-ed plan? for the ear. Iich om
mittee diiided up into -mailer group- ti
care for certain pIiasesuflIitLJuu"k. and
each committee chairman appointed -n-eral
member to draw up a polii for
Mi- Dai-y Seene led the devotional
senices. Theprograin con-i-ted ot a
piano iIo b Mi- Flora Mar-hall, fol
IohciI b a song -en ice.
The eleven committee- and their
chairmen are a fllo: SiX'ial 'erviec.
Artie Walter-; memhtr-hip. Margaret
!IuJon; ftoeiaL Certrude Martin; Hible
stud). Lois Maupin; fcholar-hip. Alii
dred Dean; big i-ter. Marguerite Erl
ner: program. Helen Jdm-oi; fre-hman
c-ommi ion, Laura France- llawlcn;
conference and convention. Enger llillix;
finance. .Mildred Goilej: and mu-ic.
Tiie . W. C . i- to liave tuo regular
meeting a mitli. one -tn-ial meeting,
ami one da) on vvhic h each committee i
to me"t. The budget decidrd upon li
the finarce conmittw fr the ctming
J ear i JiOOO.
The member-hip committee divided up
into four -uhordinate group-, one for
soliciting member-hip, tne ftir welcom
ing the new member-. imi- for publicitv
nrpie, and ne for the e-tahli-h-menl
of churrli n latiou-hip-
Some of the uoik to v dtnie 1 the
social ervice committeei- the prepara
tion of Thank-giving and (Jiri-tma-basket-
for the mor, vi-it- to the counlv
IKwrhoue and ho-pita!-. ami help for
the blind .if Columbia.
P. E. 0. Hcdds IteRuUr Meeting.
A regular meetins id the Columbia
rhapternt V. E. 0. ua- h.Id Saturdav af
ternuon at the home ! Mr-. Frank
Tliorap-en. Tin nex mettln? vvdl be
Rest your hrain and mus
cles this evening with a
few games of pool or bil
liards at Booches. Have
a drink at our fountain.
Booches Billiard Hall
Upstairs inVirginia Bldg.
Among the People
Smith vva in Mexico Satur-
Au-lin Jones -pent Thursday night
liih Virgil CarlU.
i 1!. C l'ortanl was in HarrUhurj: on
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Limler came in
Frida) to vi-it v.itli Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
I C Schwabe nl Culumhia Vas in
jt.mn Thurda to cr the 'ale of J. M.
Mr. We-le Wright and George
Frances of Columbia ere in Hallsville
Mi Violet Chandler of Columbia
i-ited her grandmother. Mr. Jane Ca
Mr. F. F. Elkin has been at the home
of her mother, Mr-. I!. I". Austene, for
Mr. Milt Jone- and her children.
u-tin and Gertrude, were in Columbia
Mrs. A. J. Archer was in Centralia
Wednesila) visiting her brother, I!. 1'.
Price and familv.
Mr. and Mrs. Charle- Morganlhaler of
Jeffcr-on City fpent the week-end with
O. F. .Nichi.I- and William Morganlhal
er. I!. I. Au-tene. Jr who i- attending
-cliool at the llniver-itv, was the week-
nd gue-t of hi" parent-. Mr. and Mr-.
II. P. Au-tene. Sr.
J. N. Adam- of Ouincv. Ill- who ha-
been vi-iting his brother. W. (5. Adam-,
left Wednesday for Moberlv. where he
sale-man for the Peerle-s Overall
Co. of Quincj.
Plan- are being formed to hold a fair
-lead of the annual Harve-r Fe-tival.
The fair will be held sometime in Oct
olier and will be conducted practically
along the same lines as the Hunt-dale
The ie -upper of the grade -chool
A3- well attended but the pie- and
boe did not bring as high price- a-
ba- been averaged at other pie -uppers
tlii- xear. About S30 was added to the
trea-ury of the grade school. George
lla is the principal of the grades anil
Mi-s Ritchie Kemper i- the primary
tearher till year.
The teacher- and pupils of the Con--olidaled
Di-lricl will celebrate France
Willard Day Thursday. Short exerci-es.
con-i-ting ol mu-ic and speecnes, win
be given by the -tudents from botli the
grade- and the high school. Parents
and other- who are interested are
cordially invited to attend. Exerci-es
will be held on the high -chool campu-.
O. F. .Nichol- was in Columbia on
Tile Warren School is in-tailing new
I lo)d' Hall of Columbia wa- here on
Mi-s Nannie B. Reed visited in Co
lumbia la-t week.
Mi-s Erma Hill has recovered from
her recent illness.
Wa-h Dod-on of New Franklin i- vi-
ilins Mr. I!. Arnold.
Larry Melloway of Ilunt'dale wa- here
on bu-ine la-t week.
Thomas Smith entertained with
.l.inrr Wednesday night.
The annual protracted meeting of the
llatti-t church will begin October I.
Patter-on liain. Jr -hipped two cars
of Jonathan apple- from here Thursday.
Mi-s Catherine Bain xisited at the
home of her brother. Patterson Bain, Jr..
K. L. Keller of St. Louis i- a-i-ting
with the packing of the Riveniew Or
chard Co.'- arple crop.
M. M. Cooper, operator for the M. K.
& T. Railroad here for the la-t four
month-, has been replaced by J. E. Smel--er
of Hannibal. Mo.
Harrv Tolls i visilin; hi- father. S. P.
Paul Sulon vvenl tu Favette thi- week
Mr". Emma Haines and Mi Mary
Canule had a- their dinner jue-ts Thurs-
Shoes Called for and De
livered Phone ft!
JL vX' ggjij'
of This Vicinity
dax night, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Challi.!tar), J. . (je; treasurer, r- . H-ner.
Mrs. Albert Settles, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Junior cla-: President. C It. Fi-her;
Settles. Mr. and Mrs. C Canole. Mi-- jviic-prc'ident, J. 15. Will-; -ecretar),
S11- Tinnl.. nn.l Mr. and Mr-. Tom! Marvin Maxwell; trea-urer, Paul Kie-
lLsketball practice ha- started at the neers: Pre-idenl, Theodore Meredith;
High School. ! vicc-pr-ident. Aimer Gwinn; -ecretar)-
Hrrbert Young wa- in Rocheport on 1 trea-urer. C. F. Ogle. American I nti
bus'.iess jesterdav. I lute of Electrical Engineers: Faculty
Magdaline 1-ewis returned from vi-il-j chairman. Prof. M. P. Weinbach; ecre
ing relatives in Nebra-ka. tarj', '' w'- McCormick; trea-uier, J. V.
Officers have been elected and clas-eslCae; president and vice-proident wHI be
organized at the High School. .ilected at the next meeting. Eta Kappa
Marvin Garrett of Boonville is xi-iting ' Nti. profcional electrical engineer-" tra
ins grandfather. J. R. Garrett. .tcrnilv: President. P. P. Howard; vice
Jeff Rawlings went to New Franklin , president, F. . A-eiidorf: secretary, H.
on busine-s the fir-t of the week. 1 1- Brown; trea-urer, J. . Ca-e. Tau
Tiie regular meeting id tin' Odd Fel- Iteta Pi. honorary engineer- fraternity:
lows wa held Wcdne-da) night. Pre-id.nt. John Calvert; vkv-prcvident.
m,l Mrs. I. C. Hal of Coumliia'U . Havis; Miretarx, I. r. lunie.
-r.i ilii- eek--nd with their son J. R.
Ha I Organiatiou and election of officers n
Mrs. Albeit Settle- i visiting in the the American Societv of Cheaucal En
country with her daughter. Mr-. Riee'ginetT-, anil the Chemical Engineer- So-Clialli-s.
Icict) will lie held in the near future-.
E. W. Drake received a car Kiad id
cattle Thur-dav. He will fatten lliem for
F. C Dimmitt and sister have a- their)
guest- this wrk Reverend VI bite anil
daughter of Florida.
Mr. and Mr-. II. Settle
of Lincoln. ,
.!... ..1... '
Neb. are vi-iting Mr. Settle-' father who.
has been seriou-lv ill. i
Warren .Martin and familv will occupv .
the De Haven re-idence. Mr. Martin re-!
centlv moved here from New Franklin. j
John Risberl- i- -hipping hi- apple-. I
Beatrice Co..k entered the High ScIukiI;
,. . 1 - .1 . -i it .1
tins week, making uie ioiji iiiioiiiiirm
...... . .1 . 1 .. 1 - -.1. l.r
r. .cits spen ne ..",,. .... ..-
parents. Mr. and Mr-. I . I oil-, Mr.
l..tt i- -tale agent for the Hartford lii-lr.
urance Gimpanv of Sedalia. j
Mr-. F. E. Bv-ficld and -on returned'
home Tne-dav after vi-:ting in Columbia.,
There will be a ma-s meeting at the,
school I building -Km to di-cu- the oun -
t Unit bill.
Bud Robert-, of Howard Count), -pen! I
everal dav- here la-t week -.iling fruit.
Itobert Rawlings -pent the week vis.
iting Ins ilaugliter. Mrs. t'liiinp inipicn.
.. .., -n- . -It
REED LOSES IN HOT DEBATE
Vthenaean Speakers ay He .Merits
No Democratic Support.
The negative side won in the first de .
bale of the year held bv the Alhcnaean j
-Wirt) Frida) night at the Y. M. C A.
The subject of the debate was; "Re
solved, that Senator Reed mertis the sup
port of the Democratic party." Clark
Jenninas showed marked ability in ar-'
going for the negative side, while Vi.
A. Kitchen of the affirmative al-x evinced
a ma-terv ol 111- -udicci. 11111 ine im
pressive iMiint- made b) the negative
eaker over-hadowed him.
The judges were: Col. W. D. Vandi
ver. Dr. W. 0. Sliewmaker and D. J
Morris. Gdonel andiver and IJortor
Shewmaker gave short talks on the ad
vantages of literary societies. Fiflv-omt
person- attended the debate.
of Elcxen School Societies
Nine of the eleven organizations within
the School of Engineering have elected
officer- for the present academic year.
The officers are: Engineers Club: Presi
dent. Charles Davi-; -ecretar). J. W.
Ca-e; vice-pre-ident and trea-urer will
be electcvl later. Shamrnik. annual pub
lication: Editor. F. E. A-rndorf: busi
ness manager. Paul P. Howard; a-sociate
editor- will be appointed later. Saint
Pal'- Board. Alma chapter of the -socia-tion
of Collegiate Engineer-: Pre-idcut.
r. F. FOKBIS, D. C Ph. C
Three-Year Palmer Craduate
Office 516-13-20 Guitar Building
Office. 1R22; r.esM 1538-black
TONIGHT AND TUESDAY
(The American Beauty)
Man-Bait-and willingly! A Lorelei on a South
Sea island out to catch a trader thru his heart.
When she gets him to turn him over to his
Katherine MacDonald at Her Best
AGNES AYRES and JACK HOLT
"BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"
, E. E. Ditllirenner; ice-pre-ideiil. Our?--
Ed-coni; -ecretarj, Carl Irwin. Senior
jcla : l'residuit. Hubert V. llmiiington;
!,ice-iircsident. I. W. McConnick; -ecre-
1 - . .. . ...
ling, merieaii tocict) of Civil Engi-
trea-urer, Leo.iard Gadduti
AT THE THEATERS
Mondav and Tue-dav Katherine Mao-
Donald in her lale-t production, "lhe
t t: 1-1 -
fortune in copra lured a -(beming
lt3,rr , -,-curc- a talented and beautiful
JOm ma a- hi. foil to fleece the
lnall w, wm., it aI. the -ton S"-.
ge. ju-t when -ucce wa- neare-t.
rea;7(., v,e le ,ie lnall Blcl WJ.
. . . .
marked as hrr xictim.
a Fontaine Fox otmedv, "The
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ns iurin!; )lr ;nr.k an(, aft(.r h,
!.l,ll, ..f ..nr u,n l.O.n l.'Ttrlin Stall.
AU uf 1)t. Ih.juiu, ,(ra off,.ring-.
Mf am, Mf, j T s,arl JnJ fanl1
Ratter' Charpns ami
I'lcr.t cif Kenta!"
Free In-iieclion and Water
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9lh .
II. A. It. DELEGATES NAMED
i I)p3n Kn Jnhnstnn IAn.An
1 - - wtvn IU ItfJI CSxTill
Columbia Chapter as Regent.
The state conference of the Daughters
of the American Revolution will be held
in Mexico, M, October 11-13.
Dean Eva Johnston' will represent the
'Columbia chapter a- regent. Her alter
nate- are: Mrs. J. S. Branham. Mr-. T.
W. Whittle. Mrs. J. (;. iiaub, jjr, .,.
lert lingers and Mrs. John N. Belcher.
I Miss Electra Withers will be the regular
delegate from the Columbia chapter. Her
alternates are? 1rt I I lltmt At:.-
Julia Sampson, Airs. C. A. Bradford.
Mrs. II. II. King, and Mrs. John D. Law.
son. .Mrs. C. C Hammond, of the Dana
Press Club, is regent of the Mexico, Mo.
chapter and will leave Columbia for
Mexico on Octolw-r 1 to help make dans
for the conference. Mrs. I.u-lla St.
Clair-Mo , of Columbia, will deliver the
main address of the conference at 3
o'clock Thursday afternoon. October 12.
The conference i- to be mainlv a busi
nc's meeting, but man) social events are
Ix-ing planned. On Wedne-da). October
11. there will be a reception at the Elk'
( lub to which the.members of the D. .
I!, and llieir families are invitrd. Enter-
The New Eagle
Up over the White Eagle
Dairy, now open. Conveni
ent to Campus. We solicit
your inspection and pat
ronage. Wendell Hathman, Prop.
9 f OAtLTf COMf ANY U,
iJmirlmr BrM C
1 1 n vm ws vnmq lI)i)B
tainmcnts lor tiie delegates will be given
by the Country Club, Mis-ouri Military
Acaderav, Hardin College, and King's
Daughter-. There will lie a eo-tumc
bampjet in the Hotel Hoxey on the
(evening of October 11, and a prize will
be given to the chapter having the mo-t
1 members in co-tume that evening.
I Delegates will be met at the train- b)
!the Mexico members who will enter
tain them in their homes or will make
liotel re-ervation- lor them.
COUPLES DATE WITH DAUBER)
.Men Treat AVomen to a "Bob" While'
Being Shaved. 1
Br I'ml'J JVmi. j
Dlkanco, Colo. Sept. 25. The -bar-'
ber shop date" has nude Its appearance
in Southwe-tern Gdurado. Bobbed hair
shoes arc easiltj
I YPENCILS 1
FOR the Mudent or prof the
suoerb VaENUS oul-rials I
g9 all for perfect pencil ork. j
fl 17 black degrees 3 copying. Hi
fcM American Leatl & s
lM Pencil Co. f ii
KSjSlSsSBr Wr for S3
bm9-1. 1er to irton 5
Wr&mjfflM VCNCII V. riU and If
W-Wtl9 Veniii KtLRrniNTl.b -
&tRTJKr Hchiaxl I'mnit -H
Wl m Hi , , Bzmxmsvxxxxm
The standardise value
Everybody knows the qualirtj
Compare the quantity
Liquids and P-te for
White, BUck. Tn, Browo
-od Ox-Blood Shoe.
UUk L T
YARDS that measure only 35 inches and 15-ounce
pounds are out-ofdate. Advertising has put them
clear out of business. Manufacturers who advertise
must give value, because they have a good name to pro
tect. Manufacturers of well-known products and the
merchants who sell these products often, value, the
names at millions of dollars. They cannot afford to
jeopardize the worth of these names by selling any but
good goods of full measure and fair price. '
A merchant or manufacturer cannot afford to advertise
merchandise that will not give service. The penalty of
such tactics is too heavy.
You can bank on this. Advertised goods must be as ad
vertised. That is why it pays to deal with advertisers
and to buy advertised products. The advertising is your
Read the advertisements in this paper.
It will pay yon.
i- the cau-e, according to local barbers.
It's nu unu-ual occurence for a young
man to treat his lady fair to a "bob" or
trim, while he reclines in the next chair
to lie shaved, ma-saged or shampooed.
Barbers declare that -exeral couples
make it a point to meet at the barber
shop for their date-. Or el-e after a
rendezvous at -ome soft drink parlor, they
stroll over to the shop for a hair trim
and keep up the conversation while the
barber- do the work.
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
Tenth Year Here
Phone 13 22 S. Ninth
C. A. JOHNSON
First Class Altering and
Tailoring that is
Whittle Bldg. 911 Bwdy
Remads like new; featherbed! mads
We also make new mattrc-ses.
COLUMBIA JIATTRESS FACTORY
of all kinds.
INSURANCE & RENTAL
23 cents per passenger
any place in the city h'mits
Country trips priced right
110 N. 10th Columbia, 3Io.
i YES, SIR;
l you get an ice towel
1 with every shave.