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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7.JL922
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
"Miss Freeda" Kleeman returned jester
day to St. Louis.
Miss Paula Mincke, who has been vis
iting Miss Polly Tink, returned to her
home in Sherman.
Mrs. L J. Brown returned to her,home .
in Brown's Station after a s.hbrt shop-)
VIEW OF IJFE
I Pointinz out that religious faith is
t, i one of the oldest forms of human
IWn) was not an authority. He then "e"t """" "- . "
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male such a thing impossible.
j absurd if tried.
! .!, ,.l,Ir Kpfnn. the students of ' merits without any fiTof due to iu sa
the Uniiersitv this mornng. credness.
Doctor Snow den criticised William J
Bryan for inading a field in which
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discussed Darwin', theory and cited fire1'"' " h" u"'ved io M lonB. "
fact which he gate as reasons why e facks that ha,e been made upon it ,s
should belie, in evolution. In .losing, I " for; The me difficulty that
r. . c i :j. , .now- exists between faith and scientific
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solution is a crnv.n wiui mc :., , . .;.. , ,,,, ,...
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Evolution puts God into "even-1 K j .t.
new truths has always caused the same
trouble. Yet religious faith is living and
growing today, stronger than ever before.
In Him we le and mote and nave our .,;, Cp,,, theo
Ideas are being united." Wf. XT IZCL "IT"?' "I.' ""f? f
inside and not from the outride.
, in God and the Bible."
ping trfp in Columbia.
i Miss EIeanorfa)7or, who has been!
tuning William Ta)lor of Koanoke, ,,;, -We who trarel ,, this
returned home r la night. ' globe in forty da j s and flash a wireW
Mrs. John J. Tajlor, who has been , , ., :, - . . , ,,. .
,iiing her daughter, Mrs. L. W. CoIe-no( b; j lom Mch ol!ier He CONTROVERSY ON FAITH
man. of Moberlj, returned Tuesday citcd he Uagwi()t Nalions as ,he preat AND SCiENCE N0T NEW
n's (present-day attempt to sohe the prob-
Mrs. G. R. Edwards of Columbia left i, nf ,h n;tv of nations, and com- Doctor Snowden Lectures on "Chris
je'lerda) for McBaine to ,iit her moth-' mended the work it had done. The work tian Faith in the Light of Mod-. 1
cr who i ill Mrs. Edwards expects to 0f tne Washington Arms Conference, he crn Knowledge."
return Friday. j said, was as a "drop in the bucket" com-1 , . "T . , r0ws
Mrs. II O.Woodbury of Olathe, Kan., pared to thai of the League. He -1 'J fa a, M;d
ho .us Men Mating ner mo.ner, .uar-, presses i ne nope ina, in., .uon m.giu H. Snowden of the Western Theo- held at 110 H.tt street yesterday after
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this morning for her home. and enter the ranks of the fmj-one na-
L. C Hargra,e, of the Equipment Ser-'tions now comprising the League.
icc Co. of S- Louis, left yeterda) after-. "IIumanit," he concluded, "is rcal-
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Knowledge." " , A short biography of Cervantes
SPANISH FRATERNITY ELECTS
James Cuneo Named President of
Sigma Delta Pi.
' The following were elected officers of
our Sigma Delta Pi, an honorary fraternity
Dr. 'for students in Spanish, at a meeting
'logical Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pa-jn an'nooni.
address of Ministers Week at IU octocK
jesterday morning. His subject
President, James CuneoS vice-
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noon "for Jefferson City after spending izing its brotherhood, and the outlook is ' ,, . , ) , h , ' , f '
j prcsilicm, X UUJ iiiia, ocvicvaij-iicasuici.
wa5lJeweB" Anile; and sergeant at-arms, 1
two dajs in Columbia on buines. hopeful. e pray that we ma thus be
Miss Martha Treadwaj, a graduate of i brought nearer to God."
Stephens College, who has been ,isitingi
Qiriian people hould not fight Jead by Jewell Antle, and a talk on IheJ
I against modern knowledge and scientific (Times of Cervantes" was given by James
James II. Snewdcn, professor of disco, eric," he said. "They do So atCaneo.
sj'tematic theology at the Western The- their own peril. Instead, Christian faith
her cousin, Mis Ada Treadwa) of Chris.
Ii4n IjiIIa-aa roJiirnAl frv map I1AITI0 4l .
Clarksulle Mo, this morning. ological Seminar), Pittsburgh, Pa, dis- and modem thought should be brought
The lies. George L. Peters of Kan-f0"5 ,ne theory of e,olution in his final together, and faith must stand on its own
sas Gl), associate secretary of the Mis
souri Educational Commission ot the
Christian Church, who has been attend
ing Ministers' Week, left this morning j
for his home.
"Frank Atkins, Marion Crockett; Louis
Brenton and McKinle) Brenton returned
to their home in Mexico this morning.
The, came to Columbia jestcrday to 1
attend the banquet gi,en by the Modem
Woodmen last night.
Miss Peggj Grimm of Milwaukee,
Wis, who has been ,isiting Mrs. M. S.
Mctty for ten da,s, has returned to her
home. Miss Grimm accompanied Mrs.
Metty on her trip back from Europe this
summer on the lierengana. )
Mrs. L. J. Wormington, who has been
,isiting friends in Columbia during the
last week, returned to her home in New
ton Count) thi morning. She was ac
companied by her little daughter, Deane.
Mr. Wormington will remain in Colum
bia for the county agent conference next
week. Mr Wormington was graduated
from tie Unhersity in '16.
WABASH TO HAVE NO RATES
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in ine aoove enuuea cause, ana 01 1 sna'ii io-iuu acres pan ui me jiuui" jo- ' - irErces West J
certified copy thereof, dated November! east part of the East half of the North- j 50-100 chains. Thence South 20 12 ji
2nd. 1922. I will, on Tuesdav. January rast miarter of Section Two (2) con- grees West 2 78-100 Chains tn .... '
1 j w j , . .. w -- Mine
2nd, 1923, between the hours of nineftaining in all 40 acres more or less, and' the Northwest comer of said thbq.f"
o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock ' described as follows, Beginning at a acre tract, Thence with North boiai;!
in the af ternonn of that dav. at the South 1 nnint on the East boundary of the of said tract. North 88 14 drrr-. r.
front tfoor of the court bouse, in the" West half of said Northwest quarter of 31.82 chains to the point of begin..
ie oou'll n,'
city of Columbia, in Boone County, section One (1) at a point 9 60-100, also 18 16-100 acres
Missouri, sell at public vendue to the chains North of the Southeast comer of of the Wcet hall ot the Northwest qe,
Special Trains Only for Students of
The Wabash Railroad will ha,e no
special rates to accommodate the stu
dents going home for the holidays, it was
announced from the local railroad office
this morning-. There will be no special
trains run besides those which will take -j highest Bidder, the follojjing' described said West half and the Northeast cor- ter of Setion One (1), and .11 3Hjj
students of the two girls colleges. j real estateJ)ar.s hfting and situate in ner of tlveKthirty 30J acres tract below acres the SSlIIi part of the Sootkaj,
H. L. Wilson, local agent for the 'Boone County, Missouri, lo-wit: The described, thence North with said Easttpart of the Northed! p.arter of Sccta,
Katy lines, said that he has not received
any instructions from the headquarters
of the railroad whether or not H will run
special trains with reduced fares for
ihe holidays. He said that he would an
nounce it within a few days.
Walter T. Ballenger and Eveln Bal-
lenger his 'wife, Emma Lu Childers and
Jeptha Childers her husband, Amanda
Coats and A.' Jack Coats her husband,
and Alice Jacobs and Charles Jacobs
her husband, plaintiffs, vs. Da, id C.
Ballenger and Ruby Ballenger his wife,
In the Circuit Court of Boone County,
By virtue and authority of a decree
and order of sale made by the said court.
Saturday, December 9th.
North half of the Southeast quarter oft boundary 12 86-100 chains to a stone.
Section Two (2) Township Fort)-ninc thence south 88 14 degrees Wcst 28
(49) Range Thirteen (13) containing 50-100 chains to a stone in the center
80 acres store or less; and 23 16-100 of the Columbia and Sturgeon road,
acres part of.the West half of the Thence with the center of said road
Northwest quarter of Section One (1) South 38 degrees West
t n n ni., n 1 ..1 : t
Fort) nine (19) range Thirteen (13)
Ttrms cf sale, cash in hand. ,
Fred C. Brown, ShenfrJI
Boone County, JIisso
Final insertion Jan. 1.
IS NEEDED HERE
Success of Charity Fund Drhe
Will Enable Society to ,
Engage Expert. t
The child welfare committee of the'
Columbia Public Welfare Society is par
ticularl) interested in the success of the
55,500 charity fund drhe, for it will en
able them to engage an expert social
"worker, who will ha,e had experienc in
child welfare work. She will ser,e as an
adviser to the people of Columbia h,ing
in unfavorable conditions and help them
to become self supporting and to gi,e
their children such care and treatment
as will, make them healthy and useful
The child welfare committee is in
touch with many families who need as
sistance in Columbia and is able to cite
a number of instances where a social
worker would be of aid. For example, in 1
one home a woman suffering from tuber
cu'osis has gi,en up hope of Ihing and'
is making no effort to reco,er. She has
se,eral children who ma) contract the
disease at any time, as their home is
kept closed all of the time and they all
Ine in one room. This woman needs
someone to point 01A to her the un
healthy conditions in which she is li,ing
and help her to reco,er from the disease.
She needs assistance in order to keep her
children in school and they need to. be
protected against influences which make
for delinquency. In another home a
social worker is confronted b) a man who
refuses to send his children to school
because he has had no education him
iclf and claims his children need none.
Still another proh'era is presented byi
the growing child in the immoral home, 1
who should be gi,cn better surround-)
In another case the mother and father
must both go to work and leave se,eral
children for a )Oung boy to care for all
da), 5hen a member of the committee
isited this home at one time she found
one of the children asleep on the dirt,
floor with hard!) any clothes on. and the
others gathered around in the untid)
hou-e. Here a social worker could make
a stud) of the conditions and either
gi,e advice or aid in a financial way.
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T ' ll''e"jii'A 1 H !l Butter Cartons. t lAvHF
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L ' $7 &' $$ 1 T '' I I Sweat Baths, Massaging Tflplr Dai1v,3 M. nke Lawler Dr Buescher &
y, ; V JSlMS ? II vvV jacKumys Mechano ist Dr.BMgw
y ijrMUiii f P b IU v For Your Health apTVTrT? uuescner
mmms , -z- I . U KgE Massage and Spinal Chiropractor
- II Columbia Physical J KS?S Treatment
T11 IV,WJ. Hl Phn 1M1 Altering 512 d SU Guitar Building. Rooms 3, 4 and 5. in the Miller
?;iSE,SSffsS? 1 MB.i8 , 22s. Ninth 5r 5-2? f- Trsr im Be
'''li" ' . I " , Knu.a"" j Office Phone 2065. dence phone 2021
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Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
Greatest Values Offered Our Patrons This Season
Most of these dresses have never been shown before, while others are
choice models from our regular stock. The materials are Poiret Twill,
Tricotine, Yelour, Canton Crepe and Duvetyn combinations in sizes 16
to 42. We do not use misleading comparative prices, but let us emphasize
that the values are truly REMARKABLE.
Extrq Special Sole of
High Grade Dresses
Silk, Canton Crepe or Wool Your Choice of
This Lot, Our Regular Stock, Up To
$29.75, $32.50, $34.75, $39.75
The Blackf oot Coal Co.
Onille Knapp and Elsworth Russell
went to Kansas City )csterda).
Miss Elenor Long, who has been ,isit
ing at the Fii Mu house returned home
to St. Joseph .yesterday.
Mrs. J. C Heck, who is visiting her
son, Charles A. Millman, a tudeit in ;
the Uni,ersit), went to Centralis this1
morning to ,isit Mr. and Mrs. Richard i
Fountain. Mrs Heck, has been visiting
here for the last week.
AT THE HOSPITALS
Those admitted jesterda) were: Wil
liam F. Sa)e, Eleanor Huffman, Jewell
Palmer, Tilliaa M. McLeod and Cecil
John Goerge Leff and EEe L. Johnson
were discharged jesterday. '
FOR 2 DAYS'
Another Lot Up To S19.95, $24.50 and ?29.75
ALL SUITS AT ONE-HALF PRICE
aIl COATS AT ONE-TfflRD OFF.
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Don't Let-Cold-Weather Find Your Coal
Bin Empty! "Wecan supply your needs at'
,We handle: 2, 4 and 6ihchlump as well as
egg. Our supply comes to,us direct from
an electrically equipped mine.
PROMPT SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY.
109. N. 9th. .Phone 1237
As the price of eggs go" up,
.' and the' laying .capacity , of
y bur "Kens seenis to go down,
" Eted Riiig Dry Mash becomes
' more valuable every day.
' ! We don't tnake anyfi. yrild
claims about what it will do;
? wesajr3nly4kat it isftheibest
feed we can make, and the best
, you can buy!
HII1ING Cr ELEVATOR CO.
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