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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1922
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tourists camp next year,
camp is too small.
revival, according te auviritcr in the Man
chester (England) Guardian. .
The attitude of ser ions, thinkers is to- St. Joseph's big annual "styles and
tally different from what.it was thirty ! smiles' week will open Monda). Fifteen
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4vflisjif saJ ClreUfts ........... SS
ear ago," a) the writer. "If anjor.e
Tere to declare that the dominant school
of philosophy in the near future would be
explicitly Christian, it would not appear
too bald a prophecy to be realized. The
pendulum of criticism is tending to come
to rest rt a middle: position between old-
fashioned obscurantism and the extreme
skepticism of the more, radical criticism.
All Christian.nations are turning to re
ligion, a condition farotable to' a great re
young women out of 300 were accepted
as suitable for models during the week.
A rush call is out for more.
The Fire Chiefs" Association of Mis
souri is being organized in St. Joseph by
seven lira chiefs of Missouri.
Ninc'y-onc IlCncM school-teachers Til
quit this week when a liond issue'lo pav
their salaries failed to carry.' The irony
nf flu- ttt?Mlrtfl .a f IMT? f-t!l t-Mn. r...
., , ' -Inection with the Poultry Show. One
sinkers are lI;n.lKRir-MJ.ni-5rlHDjrrd ,.; arf c, ; ,,,,. j,uu,.
THE AMEERICAN WAV
When the Creek collapse in Asia Mi
r. and the subsequent burning of
i)rna, up-et the Near Eastern equuiu
ira and lined the quays and waterfronts
the striken city with hundreds oM'uu-
jds of starving refugees. Eng'and be-1'1 '' f ' Nation's richest, coal field
lie concerned about the freedom of the
rdanelles, while France, Italy and. the
J of Europe manifested similar concern
unconcern all depending on national
licN- and treatie or understandings
ih the ngora goicmment.
Meanwhile the cries of the deilutr
nc through the fress, rivaled only in
ire In the clamor of England for liie
ednai nf the (-rajs, and t'JP TrCTi"
licj of ruicence. ""What will America
i? Wha: ill America do?" Europe
h.-J. T!ij war cloud' are gathering!
r ftorin breaking I" All eyes were
nrd to I ondon. Pari and Conslanlino-
The city atlome) of Joplin has been
instructed by the city commission to
make a fight before the Public Sen ice
Commission for a reduced gas rate.
Federal income tax agents, checking up
in Joplin. report "great inaccuracies lor
the period 1917-1922. Individuals are
charged with shortages ranging from a
few dollars to $147,000.
The fourteenth annual Poultry Show
of the Johnson Count) Poultry Associa
tion will be held in Holden November,
6-11, inclusive. The same week a live
stock demonstration will he held in con'
U assured. Sunday School at 9:30, 11.
O. Severance in charge. The Stephens
Bible Class will meet in the church au
ditoriura and will be taught by W. L.
Nelson. The Barrall class meets in the
auditorium of Stephens College and a
hearty invitation is extended to all
voung people to attend. On account of
repairs that are being made the Junior
department will meet in the II. Y. P.
U. room of the church. Young Peoples'
services at 6:30 p. m.
The rter. Alfred L. Crewe will con
duct Lutheran services at the Church of
Christ, Scientist,. Hall at 8 o'clock to
morrow night in the basement of the
Virginia Building. His subject will be:
"The Different Estate of the Codly and
the Ungodly", based on Psalm 37-37-40
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See the Ear-rings
They Are Gorgeous.
MrongcM protest. "" "
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Adierli-in; a town is analo'njs to a7-vcrti-injfjlhc
In sdierlMrni the rtfifp-Jt of any manu
fictor), the article which i used b most
ol the public moft of the lime i selected
J the one arlirV unn uhirli the ailvertis
-ing campaign i to lie centered. If the
consumer Ik-siwcs a, believer in ihU ar
liWc In will onn ik-'u-ic in jinj article
lhal the firm males.
St ii is kiibjadierlKing a town. The
greate-t seal' of learning in the slate and,
feature thai is of interest to the greale-l
number of jKTsins the greatest amount of
Pme is adterti-cil until it ha gained the
confidence iiQtlir pep7e?aVt iheiv aJ
consequence, that same confidence will
cmter on the town as a whole.
One of the most important features of
Colunihia is the fact lint it is one m to-
greatest seats of learnnig in the :alc and.
a fuch is of inlcrct to nearT) evcrvonr
in the state voting and old.
Columbia, thrn.Jusjbc attention of tin
siale liecausrrll isnlie-'rilueaiioiia euter
II this attention -leetm-s favorable, the
town will natural!) profit. The attitude
f.f the students toward the colleges and
'he University is also their attitude toward
the town, and theywill catr) their Jmprea-
sionj into every -fcount) in MU-ouri as
cell as into mandates of the Union.
The 1922 Ozark Stock Show lias bad
the most thorot-Ti advertising ever given
a Springfield event, according to the
management of the show. Pieces of ad
vertising literature sent out total 200.000.
iLt !r.n amvng the smouldering ruins
it once were Sm)rna a handful of Am
tans, sailors, sddier, and rivilians.
re sjccorinj the sick and feeding the
njr). Americas destro)ers "our
ire nav)," Admiral Bristol aptl) calls
zi were plowing the Mediterranean
i.'i loads of refugees. American worn-
were risking their lives in protecting
Idren refusing to leave their or-
:ird charges but following them to
Thousands of miles awa), at Washtng
i. Presiilent Harding was asking Con
ss for a 200,000 appropriation for
ra relief work. The American Belief
ministration was quietly diverting
ploads of food and supplies to (tit
icken areas. The Y. M. C A, iTie
Mi Joint Distribution Boards and
ny other organizations were cabling
ids to their representatives for imme
te and added relief work, America
I acting in the good, generous, lug- Anvthing that helps the Uhhersit) and
ineu American way, n;puoncans an tie colleges will help the town as tliev
form the central fcatnre of advertisement
for Columbia. ' '
BMs for the paving of the highwa)
from Libert) In Avomlale on the Excel
sicr Springs-Kansas Gt) highwa) were
rreneil this week. The road is In be
cither concrete or asphalt anil is l.i cost
Centralia is to lijve a Homecoming
Da) Frida), Oitobcr 13. This will be the
first communilv Homecoming Day Cen
tralia lias hail ami a large rowd is ex
The citizens of llallstille haw ar-
rangtd for j one-da) cominunil) fair
lo be held Saturda) October 7. Liberal
prizes are lo lie given for community
products and a big da is expected.
AT THE CHURCHES
raocrals, pro-League and anti-League.
joined in the work of relief.
n the quarrels of Europe, in TTs
rjues uid in its infrigues, America re
ef to partake. Doubtless, the majority
Americans would like to secure world
Ie peace through joining a league or
association that concerned itself
oily with that task. Doubtless, there is
arte minority who honestly believe that
lerica can do more for world peace by
ving out of either leagues or associa
ns. But Americans stand unanimously
offering a helping hand after war,
aine and other catastrophes.
NEWS OF THE STATE
The first annual reunion of Laclede
County schbols will hi held in the public
school grounds of Lebaion, October 6.'
The state convention of county Judges
will be held in Springfield October S and
vlichael Angelo worked for $32 a
nth, yet modern artists say the public
-n't appreciate them.
IIACK TO RELIGION
Vearly ever) one is interested in religion
.ay, whereas ten years ago it was a
iject seldom occasioning enthusiasm,
lumbia indicates the increased concern
things religious. Five Christian de
dilations in Columbia are at present
iducting a church building program
ich will aggregate more than $200,000.
lumbia churches are attempting big
ngs and do not hesitate to undertake
raise ums of money which would have
mrd impossible even fire years ago.
The Baptist denomination of the state.
a district- meeting held tere this week,
torts that within the last two years
re than 40,000 new members hare been
-o!!eJ and that Missouri alone has con
buted nearly $1,500,000 within the last
j ytars lo the $75,000,000 campaign
ing conJucted by the Southern Baptist
What the Baptist denomination has
ne, other denominations are also acrom
thing, giving proof that the world, in
c. of growing away from religion, is
lering upon a revival of faith. The
tral insensibility which led up to the
r, the alleged conflict between science
il religion and the fear of the clergy In
acli the truth about the Bible have
proved to be seeds of a faith reborn.
Instead of faitb dying, it has bursty out
ongrr than eVer before, and the situa
n today is favorable to a great rclijwus
The Birch Tree Cunning Factory
closed its mason this week, after can
ning 6,000 cans of tomatoes.
Randolph County reported 80 divorce
suits, against 124 marriage Jicenses on
its records so fat! for this year.
The governor (will have the power to
conserve peace throughout the .Mate and
be responsible f(r the execution of all
laws and may call on anv.and all local
peace officers, since rtie 'Constitutional
Comenlion has added a new clause lo
its section in regard to the executive officer.
The work of the general convention of
ihe I."piccpal Church, recenllj held at
Portland. Ore, will be discLved by ihe
ilev. James II. George, pastor of the
Calvary Episcopal Church, tomorrow
morning. Sunda school will lie at 9:30
oVlock and Holt Communion at 10:15
'clock Sunda) morning.
Mr. George invites jll Uuiversii) stu
dents to attend a general student gath
ering at. the parish house at 6 o'clock
tomrrrow evening. TI.e Daughters of
l!ie King and the Brotherhood of St.
Andrew will meet at the parish house a:
There will be a meeting of the velrv
at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the par-!
ish house. j , j
Beginning with next week, ihe Fridi) 1
afternoon lilliaii) services will be re
sumed at the church.
GovemorlJfjdc'wilJ help dedicate the
Morrison, grrnjuisiuin'ofMi'touri Vallc)
College, at" Mghall, Wednesday, Octo
ber II. in connection with a meeting of
the Presb)terian S)nod of Missouri.
Frank 'X. Slupp), president
Bible School 9:30. Morning worship'
10:4j. Ltening worship 7:30. The -uli
Ject of Beverend HauslialterV sermon for
ihe morning is "The Kefusal to Co-operate,"
and the sermon for the evening
is "The Christ Within the Shadows."
Special music will be a violin solo "B)
The Sea" b) Mrs. Agnes Filler and an
anthem "Sing Alleluia Forth" by the
quartet. In the evening the quartet will
sing the anthem "Soft!) Now The Light
of Day Fades."
Christian Endeavor and Junior Congre
gation at 6:30. Mid-week service Wed
nesday evening 7:30. The Executive
Board of the Women's Council meets at
-:crj ociock rrraa); mis win be tollow
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lu a mi-civiiutj 1-'1V1cmii auu d i:d-
let "Supposin' " given Iij the Jewell
Palmer Circle. The public is cordially
invited to these service.
Sunday School at 9:30. Morning wor
ship with sacrament of the Lord's Supper
at 10:45 a. m. Sermon I the Dator.
Oneevcni-ig wrrice, from 7 to 8 o"ehk:
topic, "The Exisienre of God."
W. L. Dorgan, minister in charge. Scr.
vice Sunday morning at 10:45. This ser
vice will be a welcome lo the students
of Stephens College who will attend in
f e'a body. Short talks will lie made b) Hon.
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Stuppy Floral Co. fSt. Josepli. died W NrI"n. M"- J- E- Thornton. Miss
Tuesday, of apoplex). ' Lois Maupin and the pastor. The
.evening service at 7:30 will be in charge
The directors of the St. Josepli Auto-1 of the members of the loung Peoples'
mobile Club have decided to get a new Societ), and a most interesting program
Come lothe E. W. Stephens Bible Class tomorrow
The, Hon. W. L. Nelson will have charge of the
class and that means a lecture worth your presence.
We now bejrin the study of subjects in the
Tomorrow's topic will be "The Birth of John
Whosoever will may come.
The Hearty Hand Shakers will greet you.
The First of the Month
,- ' -c A ' T
Sen ice, irffn us Is a
pleasure and not an ob
ligation. Let us proie ft.
For the woman without a bank ac
count this is a day of annoyance and
inconvenience,- when bills have to be
paid in person.. But the woman with a
checking account is finished with these
details in a few minutes. Her checks
are in the mail and every one will
come back to her as a receipt for the
Put your household and personal'af
fairs on a business-like basis. This
hank welcomes your account.
Boone County National Bank
Under U. S. Government Supervision.
Loose Leaf Note Books
$3.40 now $2.25
$3.15 now $2.00
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II s. wmll 1 1
A r .y ' .1
Organizations wi-hing lo
attend lliis class in a bod)
may have seals reserved
by calling 527 While. We
welcome these groups.
"And It Came To Pass"
Z ACHARIAS, the priest,
prayed. He had faith. He and
his wife, Elizabeth, trusted in
The convenience of the loose leaf note book
makes it almost indispensable as a part of the
equipment of every student.
2 for 75c
These are the regular stock of 1922 Wright and
Ditson and Pennsylvania.Tennis Balls.
Webster's Academic Dictionary which regularly
sells at $2.75. These dictionaries have been used
but are in first class condition. A real bargain.
With University Seal
55c a box
"And there appeared unto him an
angel of the Lord" and this angel said
"Fear not, Zacharias, for thy prayer is
Thus is opened the story of the com
ing of John the Baptist; the faith of
his parents was a rich inheritance that
helped in his works.
Drop in For An Hour of Thought
Yellow Scratch Paper
59c a ream
A most satisfactory paper for students who have
a great deal of written work. This paper is the
regular typewriter size and will take ink.
As the Music Is, So Is the Nation"
(Old Russian Proterb)
The depth of feeling of the Continental is the result of
years of education in the appreciation of good music. America,
unfortunately, has failed to appreciate this one great expres
sion of man's higher being to such a degree, but we-are learn
ing. The Phi Mu Alpha strives to assist in this- movement
which has enlisted both the country's deepest minds and its
Season greaest captains of industry.
The sixteenth concert season gives:
.McMillen, America's Leading Violinist Illingworth, ihe Australian baritone
Oclolicr 23. February 12
(iLuinian Chorus a human organ" St. I-ouis Symphony Orchestra, with
November IS - Ganz as soloist, March 21.
(Matinee and Evening)
Sl. Louis S)mphon) Onhestra. wilh CusiLolT and Sleindel
November 28 '
(Malinee and Evening)
You Owe it to Yourself to
Hear These Artists.
Phi Mu Alpha Season Tickets on Sale
Missouri Store Taylor's Music Store
A Brief Case is no longer a luxury, but is a real
necessity for students and all professional peo
ple. FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
October 2, 3,4
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