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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922
THE COLUMBIA EVENING
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of calcii antl-nus;, but not at the expense
cf cur repect and admiration ior the suf
fering street clock.
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. INFLATED IMAGINATIONS
T- otrican people as a whole are
Hilfcring frera inflated imagination.
Tiey have writrtn and pictured and
titLed tbcrne!.c, into believing that they Equation f to' "d jrirl,' club'
THE MAN' BEHIND RALLY DAY
To Charles E. Nortlicult. D-xine Coun
tr's superintendent of school, is due
rraie for the success of Kail Day. This
dav, e: aide for all rural students to
gather in Columbia, has been an impetus '
to better schools ucii as Eoone County'
Lad not received in nun year, j
Since his selection to oSce. Mr. North-
cult has raied the standard of all rural
schools in the county by adopting a uni-
form opening date, by encouraging the or-
Colonial Type of Houses Is v
the Most Popular in (luiribiaftoTirjhaT
I this sear arc: Td the
(square dames kPI be given at the mass 'CAMPUS EVENTS ARE FILMED
Imretin. which i to flrf rimmm- at 1 -
t7 o'cl.jct Photographer Gets Pictures of Pad-
are to be given
the ben freshman i
are act only the m.,-1 propero-.s country abIi,h!ng ' uniform system of grading
fJ on tie face of the globe, bn one cf the
I mo-t properou that the world has ever
r-rcn. Frem the moving picture flashed
upon the -creen it would seem that this
I f- a land flawing with riches if no! kith
mill and hjne) ; from the prices dcmand-H
cf ffT nt.onlv the luxcrie" but for the
very peeessities of life results the almost
ircnrvJiate impression that money literal
ly is 15 - cju as dirt.
It i. necessary for such a thing as a
IJ3K Bill to Lc brought up 0ccasi3na.lv
inrorder that the people of the countnj
nsy realize cxactl) the financial condi-
P tioa cf th:r republic ina-much as the
fvAtkn of tfy- government is ultimately
and by lending constant encouragement
to the teachers In the rural districts,
The United Stales may be a bad coun
try, hut foreigners are paying $1,000 each
to get smuzgled in.
THE BACK SEAT
is. 1,11... i... ..til. ;, -'l .J,m I. ! resisting.
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I'nrle loe ClTmon. T.- i,fr,n l"isT,. i t-eu
tor, does not like ft eat. He savs that !-,."," ,
. . . I litvle- in houe varj" every few ears.
ne caiy occupies me rowing cnair in Columbia, honever, has few
the back part of an automobile.
La MiJilu. f lli. r..r1M If.lf L.I
p int tl'lianivil ' .11; (HVJ ,,-VJA. -,1'1((
vtrtite it is not meant to infer that the
givcrnramt f th Unilwl States i bank
rupt i'r in any immediate danger of bc-
rvningsc'it is undoubted! true that gen
rral imaginati.'n has inflated the treas
ury to a richncs far beyond its actual
J .Muh .f the advocacy for the B'jnus
; Iiill cam-; frcm the mistaken idea that
5 the jovtrnm'nt was rich, that it had most
; if ibc gold in the world, and that the
fnwerniwnt could well afford to spend
five bitlin of it- many billtonK on its
foM.cr. The dicIo4ire of the Secretarv
(4 the Trcavirv that the Government had
r nwney for such a purpoef muJ have
J mprNtl IrandroN of thou-and-.
I True rcpri: can never cxi-t in a
I cjuMiy if it i baeil upon an illusion.
Al that the t'nitcd States is a rrtion
"wWi m7 to burn is a fallacy that will
t r.t 1-ear llw light of w-imd rea-on. I'n
j qte4ionabI. this country is Iietler off
1 finan'itllj Aan the war-torn countries of
Europe. O-mparati'-e! peaking. it U in
j sip-bjpe state. Uut that either th
j Iwp!e as a whde or tlie government it
' scf have nuney for wanton extravagance
is a c'lin.cra of the imagination.
"I Me the humps at 87 vears, for the
remind me of life," he says.
Mr. Cannon is young at 87, for he lias
taken without complaint the bumps of
life which have come to him. There are
men a half century younger than he wlw
uo not have Mr CaimonVcouragc to go
in. hi- enjoyment of life or hi- voulhful
cnlhusia-m. Men at 37 are old l-cau-c
the have not learned Ihw to meet di
couragement, how to build in the face of
The folding chair is the mo-I preciriou-
seat in the automobile. The car goe;
smoothly along pa-t autumn hanet
fields and pa-ture-, and one settle-, down
tc enjoy the beaut of the -cene. Un
warned, the occupant of the folded chair
finds him-df precipitated again-t the
door or onto the vat in front. Everyone
el-e in the car is -till enjoving the -cene.
apparent! unaware of the di-comfitur"
of the occupant of the folding chair.
It U tbi', which remind, Mr. Cannon
of life. The moment one thinks himelf
secure in the enjoment of living, he find
him-elf confronted with a nc-. problem
to solve. Jiccuse .Mr. Cannon has m-t
. OUTIIEKN Colonial type of t itself to a variety of settings. As I worker on the .Iecoratin thirl b Vic-
arclutrcture is in greater tav- tne cny or uiiumou nas no ( modern tor Karth Clotliing Co.; brush, cap,
, J -or with the builders of the building laws to govern construction of ISkes & Broadhead Clothing Co.; clean.
better class of homes in Co-1 residences, almo-t any kind of mater- cp, sweater. Jack Daily. To the fa-test
lutcbii at this time than ever,ial may be used. Brick eaterjis pop-J sandwich maker the Newmsn Hardware
before. Columbia has al-ular system of cheap construction here, Id. will give a Keen Kutter Razor. To
wavs been partial to this as in mot Southern cities although it is the man pre-enting the bet ideas on
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M" BjMtrj lurctraiions ivrcn fvuiirr pckri kniie,
r fnmiaknrl'' If .. - II-. .1. - -J LT. t...t.
.. u.. ,... ijjija luiunaic v-' attu tiitit uoiuc
r Co. To
programs, U aterman
pencil, Geery Jewelry Co, and S1.50
credit at Mc.dam & Berkibile meat
market. To the funniest dre-ed man of
a couple, pipe. Ileibel's Pharmacy. To
the best dressed man of a couple, full
round, Lniversit) hop; be-t ilreed in
dividual, complete trim up, liccreathn
Barber Shop; bet dancer-, cake. Model
lancers, "SI" guard
Tu iLc group of square dancers.
$5.00 in merchandi-c at Sireng's Bak
ery and five gallons chocolate ice cream.
Central Dairv. To the girl of the fun
niest dre-ed couple, felt pi"01 cae,
Mis-ouri Store, and box of delicate en.
lunch, Hetaler's; bet drecd couple. J
one pair satin boudoir slippers from
Miller's and box of candy from Drug '
Shop; best dressed individual, two pic-!
tures in co-tume at Pardons and a box I
of candy from Coll'fe Inn; best danc-'
er. fancy bath towel et by Strawn and
.Mate and ukulele at Tavlor Muic Co.;
be-t square dancer, silk 'lockings from
Sapp's; prettiet gingham dres silk
according to the habitual habit of car- noM: Irom Ln'i anu a uox OI canuy
penters has preraileil to the discomfort I at ,ne Ia'ms-
of the unlucky owner. Until the Califor-I
stately type of building, but coademned by architect:
"Southern Colonial is decid-'of brick facing, or Teneenn
edly in Togue now," archi-""th brick, has been prohibited in New of -400", VvTiite Eagle Dairy
tects and builders of this city'Vork where the idea originated. jthe best idea on programs,
si). The dignity and simpli-j The best system of brick construction,
cit of this order of archilrc-1 according to Harry !. Bill, architect, and
ture i adapted to the need' of various i infractor in the art department in the
buildings. The Country Club is almost , Univer-it, is the eight-inch brick wall
a pure type of the southern colonial i with an air space. This s) stem of laying
!yle. There are also .several fraternity j brick gives a surface both inside and out
hou-es in Columbia in which the colonial 'of the flat side of the brick alternating
detail predominates. i wh the end, in such a maarier as to oro-
Uthcugh both the New England and,".de Hhat ' "tI'y a double wall with I Baker); bet quare d;
the S-ulhern Colonial date back of the t,r SP3C "'" ongmalnl on the pm. l-inu-e) jewelry
eracf Ceorge HI and Kevolulionary days, acinc.ijusi and iia- proved earthquake-
u requires lewer cricks than
tilings and Initiations.
An unusual figure in the midst of all
events that happens on the campus this)
year it the motion picture photographer.,
Last Saturday he was out in the middle
of Rollins Field while the sack racers
tumbled all about him, and lie has -etj
his machine up in every paddling line .
that has formed so far. Initiation that
involve special costumes and unu-ual;
stunts draw him out at all hour, and he I
is preparing to "shoot' the interior ofi
the gymnaium tomorrow night at the!
Anyore having charge of a stunt thatj
would film well should notify the Uni-i
versity photographer, J. F. Barham, ori
C. D. Lockwood, phone 264.
Sat., Oct. 21
Ladies' shopping bag and one pound of fresh
roasted coffee, 98c.
See Our Window.'
Cut in and get a' cutting knife and a pound of
our coffee $1.27 81c 44c.
Our pop corn and peanuts are always fresh.
We roast coffee daily.
Orton Coffee Company
18 N. Eighth Street.
the mot admired Ii-rre. Red or natural
brick with a creamy-white trim is th
tjiical fini-h for the colonial type build
inp. Reproductions of the hardware
n colonial da is to be bad itith-
of thit era of carpenter-deigned houses
in tthicb the tawdry fret orV of wood
a "nailed onto erer crincehable place
about the hou-e. That thi cit hai es
the old tle all.
builders hae ieen lov to improte
methods and have contented themehes
ith repetition of models that in manv
caes are far from comenient or economi
caL A leading contractor of this cit)
aid: We don't pay much attention to
stjles, ne Ieae that to the architecL"
Many perons do not realize, hofeeier,
that an architect U not a luxury1 until
after a poorly planned houe i lived in.
The old haphazard vay of coniderinE a
caped thl oerrnamental t)Ie in hous- houe as con-Uting of four fealls, a roof
(.s i iiu uuuu. uur w iiir ijvi iiiji iuvi f a i umucu miii paniuons i
f lli r.tiil'Trti' lir. !ti fkn Ann in
the Jat tnentv car-.
There are a. fer Iiouc here nhich
represent the craze for the Ii -ion t)pr.
nia bunaloM nas introduced, with its
Th fiat root f th.- tpc ha- prmed tori man time and stepvjinj deuce for
TO QUESTION FKEKSHT KATES
h4 for Mi4iuri funwiT. Although ar-!lhe Iniu-ewife, tlw liou as built ac
chitect if experience cendmn the bun-jcord.n? to the nliim- of the man. Hut
Salon tT-c of residence for thit climate,, the fact that lln unman manage tin
tliere are man) examples of this ;Ie of ' houv; ha been found to mean tint the
hu-e in Columbia. It i pointed out j houw hou!d be con-lructcd to uit the
tliat the bun-alo i rMrnluII a tpc of i needs of the woman.
bwe for tropical or mi-tropical climate , Durin!: the M-a-on .,f lm,, Um.i
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janu i pen-.re to heat in col.l climate, occasioned In high rents it wa, found b
5,1. is picture-que, howoer, and cheaper., eal e-Iate men that the arrangement of
... i.uii-:i.Kt uiai oiner ijpes. ; llw lieu-e ami not the out-ide appearance
The little Engli-h hou-e with high- controlled the sale, other things heing
pitched roof of medieial style lus found equal.
ome faor in thi- cji. But next to the During the pa-l year more hou-es haie
j Commission Will Inc-tif;2te Con-
unions in in? isiuinweM. I
Sy I jtirj rrsf. j
Oklahomi Oty, Oct. 20. The Inter-j
late CnmmTie Oimmi-ion will meet J
here ctemher I, tu ine-tigate freight
rales and con-ider making a-ked adju-t-menl.
Freight rat-- eii-:ing in Akran-a-,
Kana. Mi .luri. Oklahoma and Texas
will he considered h) the commi ion.
The cau-e inohe- rate- on all cilsses
cf commodities, except gram, grain pro
duct, hav anl -traw, cal, lumber, cc-
Southern O.loniaf tjpe, the m-t popular been ere-Icd in Columbia than for onv m""- LrlCk' ,lm": "3,1"- lT,'h,cd TurlT,
hou-e with Columbian-, i- the Dutch Co- time. The cot wa from 10 to 13 per
lonial with gambrel or curb rojf. This 'cent above the jear before. It is etimat
wtll prup.rtionel type can be construct-, cd the co-t next year will be from 3 to
eti cf brick, wood, or -tucco, and lends, 10 per cent greater than this jear.
IMUMFOUI) SPEAKS OK
I AKNV,lt.MIXG TIJADITION
by Mi'rf Mary I'owcll. of the art depart'
men! of the 51. Loui Public Library,
and a ninil"-r if the Women's Adrer
li-ing Club. ; Harvest Queen Will Be Named at
j .Mass Meeting; Tonight
Mary Cromwell of Kanas Cliy Iia- Dances on Program.
propo-etl en ordinance to rid Kansas "
fCii of careless nutori-t. A forfeiture -' u' ' girl- who were fatorol
colton, colt.in -ee.I and it proIucte, oil !
and it product- and Ihe s! r
TV Near Ea-t seem
reair-f all the lime.
to be getting
OUK WOItm.ING INSTITUTIONS
' "ifow- comes ihe Nalional Barbers Sup
jly, in convention aembW, and de-
i cre-i Inc p2-ing of the barber pole; So
liter more the truth i forced upon u
t ibit the real danger to America lies nol
in the ranting of the radical, but in the
deliberate actions of the lery guardian of
ome of our rao-t cheri'hed cu-tonw, tra-
dilicn and in-titution.
1: ror what is more venerable an institu
' tPcn than the barber pole, and who is
' raore qualified to guard and protect it
than the barber, whoe very name i ana-
thema to the c!a-conciou radical?
, True, it i; propo-ed to replace the
'. barber pole with a red, while and blue
barber clock, I--au-e the "customers want
lo know it they hate time to enter the
!jrb-r's chair." A good reason. A
ptavsiMe rtavm. But wjll it work?
, A for u, we can already detect some
, pitfalls for the innocent and the unwary.
' I-rom our experience with street clocks,
J iheir vsgaries and their periods of com-
( pVe stand-till, we are constrained1 to
fear the worst. For what is to prevent the
barber clock frouf beckoning to us wilh
. the welcome news that it is ten minutes
. till eight -ju-t time enough to shave be
fore the tolling of the bell when it i
realy one minute till eight? And even
( granting that the clock wilTbe faithful,
what is to prevent, how-.can we guard
against, an extra juicy story-, a more than
ordinary loquaciousness on the part of
ihe artist at the cliair, thus bringing tn
naught the faithfulne. of ihe clock?
Think of ihe missed train, the tardj
rlaie, the fru-trated dales and worst
of all, if we are overly time-sen-ed and
Conscientious the incompleted or abbre
viated barber tale!
For all that i dear to u-, and lo jou,
Mr. Barlirr. leave u our smooth, lieau-
, tifu! and oceaiiinaliy revolting poles, and
, let u tr.tinur cirr dear, haphazard way
each situation squarely, conquered theiof driving license, heavv 6ne. and iail 'tn an invitation to -the Barnwarmin"
difficulty and ma'tered himelf, he en-', sentences were proposed as punishment 're r'eent at the Ag Quh meeting
... .:j:- : .i.- mi: i.-- ..t.. i to 'i-sfj-ters and careless raotori't. VVeucesday nigbL A short.. eport was
ra,..u,.6,,Ucii?.j1rTOW r ,. . . ,, . -
t iv.iu uua vavu v t.it"- .uuiiUlilvTv:'. SIiC.
We are the sole distributors of the
St. Louis Post
Old Subscribers will confer a favor by phoning- their
name and address to the
Hopper-Pollard Drug Co.
The Rexall Store
Phone 1414 , Haden Building'
Wanted 10 boys to sell Sunday Papers
Apply at Drug Store
9 a. m. Saturday
can live anew the bumps of life -hich he! The value of products manufactured which all of the girls were taken heme
considerably , and then ihe men met at the liothwell
vmnasiura where ihej were addre ed
rTvior o! stati-lics for'm Dean F. U. MumfunL who reralle,!
cne gains; in Heeing Irom them he in- , the -IMe labor bureau. Mi-souri. he' the Ikirnwarmfnis of '"the ua4
finds plea-are in meeting and overcoming in -Mi"ouri in 12I vra considerably and
T ? , . , ,. , , llovrer than in 1920, according to A. T.'Cvi
In meeting the is-ue of life bravelv. In-. - r . .- .- i '
"-! tImon-ton. uprvior of stati-lics for'bv
bureau. Mi-souri, he' the Barnwarmings of "the pa4 and told
I umps of life are three part joy and one
part pain to him who i- unafraid.
The exhortation "Trust e in the Lord'
was evidently not substantial enough for J
lh Oklahoma mini-ter who took two gun
into the pulpit when he started to preach.
Lnion in manufacturing.
GOOD JAZZ. RECORDS
MA Y BE BEST SELLERS
evitahlv irapoveri'hes him-elf. The . a'''- rank- a- the eleventh 'tate in the, of their traditions.
After the talk the work of stringing
the wires for the bruh anil decoration
I The fir-t load of hru'h and leaves
which was cut Wednesdaj. arrived at
FOR THREE MONTHS'11 Onla,i"' rterda) morning. .n
trie work ot decorating anil adding the
NEWS OF THE STATE
The Bank of Ironton, Iron Countv,
which was closed September 8 by the
stale banking department, was opneii
for business Monday with a capital 'lock
of $lo,000 and a surplus of $13,000. New
capital ha been put up and unatisfac
tory assets taken out, the state banking
Iiichard Toenne; or Boonvill-,- has
been notified by "the Unite,! States Pat
ent Office that a patent ha- Iieen grant
ed him on a device that he has had lie
fore the department for ome time. Anv-
one smokine mav inhale a month full ,.f
smoke, gently puff it into this il.vice and!
fifty moke rings will exude therefrom.
It is especially suitable for adverli-ing
Contrary to the contention of the mu- final touches were to be completed at 3
sicall) ari-tocratic, tlie fickle public does ' o'clock this afternoon. The decorated
not tire of its popular songs overnight. gvmnaium will then be ojien for one
At lea-t the fickle public of Columbia hour to vi-itor.
doc not, but instead, retain them in fa- The Hand Queen will be announce!
vor for the relatively long period of two tonight at the mass meeting ia the Lni-
or three month, in pite of new records versilj Auditorium. Dean F. II. Mum
bling i-ued twice a month h) makers! ford and Ira Mullinax, agricultural field
of phonograph. i editor of the St. Louis Globe Democrat,
Tlie song i- not on the crest of its pop-, will speak,
ularity throughout this time, of coure,' "the orchestra which is to furni'h the
according to a saleswoman in a local mu- mus;c at the Bamwarming will plaj,
sic store, but there are sufficient calls ' and clog dances and old fa-hioned
for it to insure its being kept in slock.,
Several compo-itions liava Iieen carried
through the summer and slill are sung.
The Daughters of, ihe American Kevo-
lution in Mi-souri w'ant the stale to pur
chase the old tavern at Arrow Bock in
order to presene the historical building
A provision was pacj by the Consti
tutional Convention lat Fridav which
would make it unlawful for cities of the
first class in Missouri to allow public
officers lo hold two public positions,
with lh exception of notaries, justices
of the peace and officers of the national
"Hot Lips' is one of lhee.
It i not necessary to go out of town to
hear something new. Uusally the lalcst
thing in jazz i introduced by an orches
tra at ome dance. Then the cutomer
comes in and savs "I heard this at a
dance lat night," and hums a phrase of
the chorus. The clerk recognizes 'the
tune and is able to produce the piece i
wanled. Occasion!!; melodies heard at
the movies are aked for, but this hap
pens less frequently.
New compositions are heard on the
phonograph liefore they appear in sheet
form. More dance records are o!d than
an) other kind, and the foxtrot has al
most completely eclinsed ihe wtt
Haunting Blue," "Whenever I'm Lone-'
some "Don I Send Me I'oies" "Early
in the Morning" and "Why Should I
Cry Over You?' are rro,i in vogue right .
$1,000,000 to Loan in
The exclusive residential district in
the tTet End of St. Louis i waging a
fight ibis week against ihe hordes of
uu-uiuic, mum .izve invaueti it. ine
inecl became-such a pe-t that the rei-.I renreseni f ,t,. 1 .. i .ii.!
dent, appealed to the cit) health com-1 building and loan associations in Mis-mis-ioncr
for aid in killing them. Thetluti. 0.er $15,000,000 assets. Vhy
mosqui.oe, were probably blown in b) . pa, rent, let us loan vou money to buv
fall winds he a.d. and would not j or build a home or if ,ou would .Ul
The Ben Franklin Club, comiKw-,1 of
a number of printers in St. Loui. will
send an, exhibit on "Better Printing" to
Itie annual convention of the Direct
Mail Advertising Association in Cincin
nati, next Wednesday and Thursday. The
exhibit will be shown at the convention
change jour loan lo a monthly pajment
plan we can do that for )ou. No loan!
loo large for us
Weathers Realty Co.
it ft e mM
Shutting the Door
on the Devil"
WHEN grandfather shut the door
and pulled in the latch string, Tris log cabin
was secure. When grandfather said "Get thee
behind me, Satan!" the matter was settled.
In these days of swinging doors, skeleton
keys and porch climbers, shutting the door
doesn't always mean security. Modern life
has made it harder to shut out the ordinary
intruder and also has made it harder to shut
out the devil.
This lesson is a great eomfort to those who are
lighting temptations. The application oj the story
to modern life trill interest and help yea. Cone!
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hfcZHAflwF lOr-rnnFR :t an ideal tir
-MW&L month to wsit San I . J ,
4lWntr$ Antonio. i I
XffjM ji, The weather is wond--
mPGSlVJ '"' sn'r- at Medi'
nSEpy J Lake is a: i Lrt, and :!'
flKS. years hunting is unusually
SKScS'w S doves and other small
aVvvJ5Cj Cafe being plentiful.
nhWv The hotelj have been redec
iJ 1 S 7 OIa!ei an( refurnished, and
a JlzA are better than ever.
W kL ) Reduced Fares No-id j
4 WM, J Tkiets vrith lloeril I'mlts I
n Pjfii. - "and stop-over prlvlleces are J
lAlil S- or 'c" Particulars asi
VJLrjlJ L tteKatyAtent )
""' ml ItiLl
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If Puhli'hcd in v
If 'f iHtereit ofEltc- yi
III II iT'ca Development by
l Ij on Institution that will
i t be helped by vchat- jj
ill ntrhtlptthe jj v
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Shoes. Which kind gets you
there the quickest?
Two college men were walking down the road,
when a classmate whizzed by in his car.
"Pretty soft ! " sighed one.
Said the other, "I'll show him. Some day
I'll own a car that's get his stopped thirty ways."
The more some men want a thing, the harder
they work to get it. And the time to start work
ing such men at college know is right now.
All question of classroom honors aside, men
would make college count for more if they realized
--this fact: You can buy a text book for two or
three dollars, but you can sell it for as many
thousand once you have digested the contents.
This is worth remembering, should you be
inclined to the self-pity which social comparisons
sometimes cause. And anyway, these distinc
tions are bound to be felt, even though your
college authorities bar certain luxuries as un
democratic as perhaps they are.
The philosophy that will carry you through is
this: "My day will come and the more work
I crowd into these four years, the quicker I'll
Astern Electric Company
Since 1S69 makers and distributers of eleetnza! ejarpmatt
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