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COLUMBIA EVENING Lbut none ,he ,ess ,ov!nS . Such a Springs lice president. II. G. C Bald- OHIO
MISSOURIAN r8 represents ihe spirit, as well as the H" oi iw o was re-elected eaecutreei
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 192?
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MM, Olontu. Vlxnri.
ALFONSO JOHNSON, Mmw
committeeman for his county.
assessment for the rnminr
iui gner. something ot the gners indi- $1,000.
riduality and personalit) goes with that ' .
ronies cane to we lore at toe Dorse
show Saturday afternoon in St. Louis to
is praiseq , DEALERS LOSE VERY
is Best for
Cth to Advance fabftcriBiUn fett.
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I Br Om.r AIM oo sVeo b " '""""' "' P"I '"an me
I Uit in Coantr ..7S 1.S0 300 pnM t .IT..., .?!... :. 11.. :. r . .l. i.tri. r . f r t
oi!d Coonir is -zx 4jo "'".-, it luauj in- uic ueugni oi inousamis oi orpnans who
School Says ReWenr
An approving edi'oria! in the Educa
tional Review discusses the four-quarter
if stem, note in operation at Ohio State i Wood, paddles, lumber, timber these
Unirersity, as follow; ' end other slang terms may be used nut.
LITTLE BY CASHING
CHECKS OF STUDENTS
. ilBb Jil Bare. Clreulttlou
rtTfd n Snmii Otm Mill :
TELEFUO.NE .N UMBERS. -
Advertising sad CJrcnlitioa .
The Ohio State Unhtrsity has started" sio'e f Columbia, but here the dan
tliel "c i.7 iinncu io mc a.icrnoon un i lourijuaner sjstem. lhe change "r'c",u" wuoaen cneCK means to
thoughts that clustered about the rift l, ." j ' . ,n e,ght years' ' e semc,,er ss,stem ''' an eight- l'ns merchant or business man that he
'cJo-ed Saturdar eenin? Numerous t-weeks summer sessmn li,.n i.:.L !. this cashed a elierlr wMrti Ik. MM.. i t
::::::."::: $ '"' in " ""HwuM speal. from awards were gi.en to various kinds off summer quarter just past. The quarter1 Ir.k marked "insufficient
JM .each embroidered. tifci.Qr ribbon loop, ' Pn'es after the aftemopn,how was divided into two terms the first funds."
? whit a
DR. B. F. KORBIS
Guitar Building. 8th & Walnut
L. C JAUNCEY, D. G
Room 13, Baden Bldg.
ReTW Black Office 1548
TO THE STUDENT
Term papers typewritten at reason
300 Guitar Bldg. Tel. 1762
tale of loving regard and priie-
Two hundred and seventvsix deaths
in Missouri in 1921 were the results of
- ilcss delation they would unfold.
The tide, of-tiiw-tas wrought, its effect, AnoWr g;ft( one which hu recen, accidents caused by motor vehicle., ex
on the ministry. .The clergy of today m :,.,.:. . ... c"e of motorcycle. Tlie death rati
i upon the nunistry. . J he clergy
j must hae a knowledge
. ...v .. ,...Hu9 uiviic,. ci mill a mm .ni.;iA ..u .. f .l-
r i1,,vJfMn I i ... a..i.c Jiuuons in ine sine
"'.request to buy whatever the recinient ! was increaed from 65 for everv 100.000
baeball, tennis and football. Theyjpujd eit WhiIe thm . . , .. i population in 1920 to 81 in 1921.
be able to recognize good In dane-,, faof'thK thfrom the stand- The oldest ho"St. Jvph, ,he
, wit l the gner ahd the recehcr, there Iremont, will soon be torn down to
make wa for the march ofi progress.
ng. able to comment
uco.; auie to aiscuss me new tnougnt ;. marh m. , . . , . . , ..
n.ocment. Tley must be more than':. , l,rv,n,i.n. ;r, r : . 7 ' a ,Ilree-,,ury structure, was
,. ,. ., .. a"ynan.gift. Too, it sets a pre- built in 1845. One of the most dis-
adwersthey must become associates of mam oa ,he . , , tincuhhej Eue.ls nf .i,. us,, ,,.
1 the people around them. - ui, j.tliBv nf ... if , . its early Iii,tory was Abraham Lincoln
Tne man cf Ccd has become 5alUa often deposited rf Jhe rececrV cred.t, ltlcre '" bomber 1859.
man of the earth. But this Is nostig-'and stops at that. It i the one that Car-' Ery effort lias been made to elimi
m It was an indication of narrowness Lyle.jnmf' hae. raeast. in particutai nale DJrwi"ism from 'he program of the
that prompted the ministers of the past when he announced again., gifts .d.SJ in '1 Grind Z!
to tr-'Cilte themeles. and to declare Tin neneral alwats fTrmit,r ,. nne Trmnl?. k'inui TJiv U,1 Tl.:.
J,nnnd- HeUgto tavelo ntarfc exception forllSjJ
s pastwajj-lhe glft'thi,' ;i mJe witll ori.s j up in (he
NEWS OF THE STATE
that lheir communiftn with ClaA
fj no earthly kiiowlcdge. The pasthat
kH nftm 1. nn A .Ia kt.. .! f !.
.lt., . iy) ': piaiutcs oi uic nan(Is nj ,p;rt
fr common Deooie. Iiiinir out their liies as
best they knew how; the present decries I Whereter Clemenceau
tie too-saintly attitude of the past cler-( Wows which males it sec
ft C), who kept Ucd so exclu-nel) in their ' P"'uennai campaign in tli
minis that thej sometimes forgot the i st:"e.
reople whom the) were trying to reach!
Todaj's clergmen are progressiie in
the true sense of the word. Realizing
the forward strides that the world has
taken, thej are tr)ing to adapt the
thurch and themselves fo.meef modern
demands. There has been no desecration.
Our churchmen today are a devout as
during the most fanatical periods of his
torj, but the) hae lifted from their
c)e$ the veil of bigotry. The value of
tiie church to the community and to the
world has increased tenfold with the com-
irg of (his new era of the ministry, ani
will increase more and mora as its liber
alized social and spiritual doctrines en
ter more thoroughly into the homes and
li.es of the people.
ireatened to cause a split in the
terian church if it were brought
i like a
I Wcntworth Military Academy at Lex
ington, .Mo, has receied a bronze figure
of the American doughboy to be a me
morial to the Wentworth cadets who died
in the World War. It was purchased by
Subscriptions Iron alumni, and will be
1 placed on the campus after the names
of the cadets who died in the service are ' the t
engraved on a slab which is part of the
The Rotary Club of Jefferson City ob
served Education Week with a special
program at a luncheon .Morula).
The depot of Maryville was robbed
Saturda) morning of about S79 in cash
I and a number of registered letters.
ending July 26th, and the second begin-1 The merchants of Columbia are ac.
ning July lh. I his change has beencommodating in cashing checks, especial
under consideration by the trustees andjly for the University and college stu
the acuity of the University for the past dents. A business man said: "Columbia
five j ears. The final adoption and the is the easiest place in the world to cash
working out of policies, plans and bude-1 a check." But Derhan. m ,ll
ts were not made without much careful centers are this way. He also said that
tudy and consideration by the faculty if he were in the business of making
...e pre,.ueni ano ine trustees. Iheir towns to foree checks or to write checks
s.u.umra iu.u ..K- assistance and co-!on banks where he had no account, he
r . . . cm..., ripens in or- surely would come here.
gan.zat.on and administration hah of I Although such a cond.tion prevails in
whom have first-hand knowledge of uni-l Columbia, jet most of the business men
versity organization and the four-quarter 'agree that they do not lose much during
6ym" . 'a )ear. At one place where the 'men of
The adoption of the )stem mut have. the University conere?ai for r-r-,i;..
resulted from the conviction that such ne of the proprietors said that out of
action is clearly in line with the function I the thousands uf dollar. tti.v ,-j
of the university as an organization min-over the counter Iat )ear in cashing
istering without interruption to the edu-' checks, they only lost $30 in bad checks.
raiiona. neeus ot the state. Uesides its , He said further that at one time thev
function as a center for educational serv. hail over $300 out in wooden checks, but
ice and leadership, touching continuously that the men who had written the checks
the various communities of the state, the were out of money and it was really a
four quarter plan of operation will enable loan they made, because these checks
the institution better to meet on the! were taken up by the ones who had is
campus the needs of the following srouns'med tripm
of people: j, ;, 0fen learj , . . ,,.
(1) Beginning students desirinc to mre among the men than the women, of
enter immediate!) after graduation from "o" much "wood" they have out at dif
high school, instead of waiting for the ferent business houses in the town. But
autumn or summer quarter; (2) under-'' toon as they can get money again they
graduate students who wish to shorten deposit it jn the bank so that the mprrh.
ime in terms of vears reotiireil tn. ant doesn t. often, ki.p in wit !,.
earn a degree and begin remunerative cali the wooden checks he has on hand,
employment or professional life as earl) Some Columbia business men ere good-
The Missouri Dramatist at his best in one of Broadway's most
memorable successes. The Dramatic Arts Club presents
The Witching Hour
A Drama of Lights and Shadows.
Tuesday, December 12
C. II. Williams, of the Extension Di-,3 lH,1'b,e'" ';" cj.era " the public nature when checks come back from
vi-ion at the University of Missouri ' , "-"-"' - ue sixmc uant- marten insutticient luncis,"
poke Tuesda) evening at Fulton before 4 - , "' lhp,r ummn - "at ,he mu"i Prefer to have a person
the Athena Club and the faculty of Wil- 'i"" l"P"lect ''le,r TJal'fication. by un- who hasn't the monc) a) that the check
liam Woods College., on his trin to Eu- ereradu:,,e or graduate work toward is wood or to date the check ahead.
rope as representative of the National ... "' "-"";," h-""ie siuuems i popular )oung business man said
Education Association of Am-rica, to
who doire to continue their studies un- that it is the fault of the merchant if h
interest the ministers of education in an ,nlcrP,""; 5 graduates anil teach- gets fooled by bad checks, and that he
Miss Elizabeth Dauwalter, Boonville,' international conference, which will be T of colIi.:1f anJ professional institu-
.. .vu..., vuirr Muuems in IJirellO
Acad-m), Hebster Croves, in scholar-ship.
hild in Okland, Cal,
to blame but himself.
reasons that they don't
has no one el
lion, who wish to u-e the facilities for He gives the
ratl"- have to cash rhwls ami uurUII,. .
A. Jones of Burlinzton Junction, a ' T!,e arrangement has been most sue- oeonle ttipv .1,. not lnnu , . ... j
T ' 77 r r carrier for tHentne )eart) cc,uI thl rammer. An elaboration of busineM ith. "Of cour he said
Louis liardot, a veailhj farmer Ining Icpite the fact that he Mas born iih. lhe n organization U gaing for an! "when a student come in IW iLt J
!!f" acill.ct as kl "J robbeil of out legs recehetl a letter recentN fromiwh complete co-operatiun and great en- o business wit!. Ml tlw. iim- nA -:.-J
ClUU bv thret- arnril htn.lito Cn,l., A. :.. n... . .. r i r. n il.nw:,tm It . A.tc i. .- ..- 1 .... -- i""
, --. .-uuuuj ji..ii.i i tivjina -irr uenerai iiiiana ---" u.muu 10 unuervana us a
Ninth at Walnut
1922 - New Crop - , 1922
Nice Fresh Nuts for Christmas
KEEP A BOWL
three arm-d bandits Sunda) A-istant Postmaster Ceneral Billanav ' 1'iU'ia'm. It rs difficult to understand us a wooden check wr lw .1... :, :m '
of Wasliington congratulating him on " "'re institutions have not adopted be gocwl sime time. As for shutting down I
" en 'cashing cnecks along towards the'
I ends of the school term, we didn't do that '
lest )ear, as we continued up until
school was out and cverv check that
.W is the time to do )our Christmas j Niue hundred sevrnt)-seven thousand
ruhing early. three hundred and seventeen Misou-
ri voters took part in the general elec-
'frftfint nar, Ta.. . I f.. r. r lliii nlin
TI,, tr. T . r ' r.""" ?..""" ''ru in spue oi
" -i-'f'-s... u. ...a,n nis seni nlivsical di lieu ties It.it mlrht ll fc,.
discouraged a person of a less fortunate
temperament and less determination to
succeed in life." Jonej has a route of
iHPntl.fll. lml ,1 tiqtf m.,1. .. l.I-l. I..
j ...... H ,. !,,;. niui.li iic ... . , . . - . ruie mar an i
covered every day eiceot four in ' . '" "s?" Eess.,on 5r. '""' rWl. , .
i..aii i.,. .re icr.iung ui ciuurooms lor
to Uarence, twelve miles awav. Mondav
'to aid in fighting what threatened to be
a $100,000 fire.
Students' Masonic Club to Meet.
The Univerit) of .Missouri Students
Masonic Club will meet at 7:30 o'clock
toni'ht at tlie Y. M. r A. rtil.T, U. lJ",c ,n Mas eoou, so we take it as a
. r .. , ruie mat
Hon held November 7.
lias covered ever) day except four in '
twent)-one )ears, when illness prevented
Clemenceau came to the United States The speed limit for motor cars in Jef-'
for the purpose of defending France. ' ,e?n C"r " s"" f,fleen miles. An
ii i , , . , (ordinance to increase it to twentv miles
He has made no other pretensions, and , wa5 d(rfeatej ;n ,he d, councj
has not-refuted the accusation that he ..
L. t. lates. 01. Kansas Citr atlnrnrs
LIBRARY GROWS SOME MORE
all students are honest and cash
renting of clubrooms for ' ""-
lite next term will bT discussed, acconl-J chicken Tamales. made from qualitj
...g to John Dalton, president. A new '-. nccedients in a sani.r. nt, Y.,
. ... -- . , . .. .VH
is speaking on behalf of militant France.
in Ins speeches in America he has not county in Missouri and who was promi
told anything new about his. countn. ncm m a"e Poll''cs, died at his Ii
Vlln finrl mMn!n.I 1
. """". "". '" "rl c-r -PatM in Honor ... I,!,l.
nor has Ife touched upon any vital polit
ical issue, such as that being fought out
at Lausanne. He has been merely re
peating what Briand told us a year ago.
Clemenceau has made special efforts
to win,the West to his side. Scrutinizing
29 Volumes Given University
Many Subjects Included.
The following books have been given
to the University library: "A Ku KIu
Klan Uniform." Elizabeth M. Howe:
His Sixtieth Birthday:" "In the Davs of
""n1 Poor Richard," Ining Bacheller; 'Peril
president will be elected to lake tli
place of Dalton, who finishes his work
in the School of Law this term.
Chicken Tamales, made from quality
ingredients in a " sanitar) place. You
ma) them made b) the ladies in our
delicatessen, llctzler's. Adv.
ma) see them made by the ladies in our
delicatessen. Hetzler's. Adv.
"Ideals of France,"
Agent New Underwoods
Standard and Portable.
I of the Republic," Daniel C Brewer:
Twenty thousand people, representing "lJn""rs'lad Nacional Digcsto;"' "Life
every s)nod and prcsb)terv in the United 2m' Dramatic Works of Pradon," Thorn-
States, met in Kansas City Monda) for as " ,lussoni;
a four-dav National CinCr.-n. r p,. , Cliarles Ce'tre.
byterians. . "Historical Sketches of Earlv Cunni
77;s I i-ii a. l -n "d f.'a,e Nor;iCalI 622. F. A. Henninger, Jr.
Louis fiiim pi I lulls, inn I Srhrwiir "n.nm.nt.ev Ii...rt t or
, -Hi ...w . "- B's'uia&i.xtu III-1U1I til
wisely, the situation here, he concluded ' Tusday calling for bond issues of Hamilton College;" Trench Public Fi-t
that the chances for his success depended 'tX?0:00 '0.U'M approaches to the nance," Harve) E. Fik; "Zionism;" mZZZZZZZZZZZL
, j,. ..U6; .,, 1C .uissoun ins anu hi makers.' Vinil M. ll.nr.
and the Illinois sides. ris; "Hawaii, A Souvenir of the Cross.
Sarcoxie will IaTelre7 postal delivery I f 1" FabW'
in the near future, according to PoZ , LT'f ll ' 3 e. J? """nament
master Pai.l V M,r.: tti Loans of Japan, Ushisaburo Kabayash ." I
master Faul V. Martin, who announces -vAemen ,-, c..;,.Jr ,. i
mat he vninm F !,:, :. 1 i. - v.s..n, ..,.,
Food sale, fancy articles, after
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9.
Episcopal Parish House,
10 a. m. to G p. m.
113 South Ninth Street
Of these fine nuts on your liv
ing room table. You will enjoy
However, if you wish to reserve
a lot for Christmas, place your
order now and we will be glad
to. deliver at any date you may
Large Washed Brazils, lb 20c
Large Washed Brazils, 3 lb 50c
Large Washed Brazils, 10 lb $1.50
Calif. No. 1 Soft Shell Walnuts, lb. ..35c
Calif. No. 1 Soft Shell Walnuts, 5 lb. $1.70
Calif. No. 1 Soft Shell Walnuts, 10 lb. $3.35
Long Naples Filberts, lb 25c
Long Naples Filberts, 5 lb $1.05
Long Naples Filberts, 10 lb $2.00
No. 1 Tarragona Almonds, lb 30c
1 Tarragona Almonds, 5 lb.
1 Tarragona Almonds, 10 lb.
Texas or Missouri Pecans, lb. ..
Texas or Missouri Pecans, 5 lb.
Texas or Missouri Pecans, 10 lb $2.50
Fancy Mixed Nuts, lb 25c
Fancy Mixed Nuts, 5 lb '. .$1.15
Fancy Mixed Nuts, 10 lb $2.25
Fancy Pecan (halves) lb $1.25
Fancy Pecan (halves) 5 lb. box, lb. $1.10
Fancy Alcanti 5-Crown
Valencies (very fine), lb SOc
Fancy Alcanti 5-Crown
Valencias (very fine), 5 lb $3.50
Fancy Bordeaux Halves, lb 90c
Fancy Bordeaux Halves, 5 lb $1.00
Fancy Sicily Filberts, lb 50c
Fancy Sicily Filberts, 5 lbs $2.25
.Ninth at Walnut
on the Middle West, which gained in
finitely less from the war than the East.
His speeches in." Chicago and St. Louis
were the most conspicuous of his en
deavors to win sympathy for France.
In spite of bis efforts, it seems as if
Clemenceau has not succeeded. Public
enough to warrant this step.
Orville E. Jennings. Democratic can
' rilrisl fnr vnn..An.,:. . t C-
opinion,., not altogether with him, That j CoUn,r wi contest the rfmi(m of his
the United States should help Europe opponent,-E. E. Taylor, Republican, who
economically, is everywhere accepted as
reasonable; but that the United States
should render aid to France particularl),
is something we cannot see. If France
State Senator-elect Frank II. Farris of
Rolla, was married December 5, to Miss
Bertha Dent of Rolla. This is the sent
tor's third marriage. Miss TVni ,. '-,
abandons her militaristic policy she' will employe jn. Senator! JVitris' office.
not have to fear a Russo-German allP
ance. Let France do her part in saving
Europe. Only so far as our participa
tion in a League of Nations and the sta
bilizing of disintegrated (Europe,doe3 the
West agree with'Clemenceau.
Cosgrave, the Irish leader, predicts
peace by New Year. And )et he claims
to be a real Irishman!
GIFTS i .;
With the approach of Christmas
enly fifteen more shopping da)s the
won the election by two votes.
Coal mined near Nevada b) the Dick
inson Britthers of Kansas Cit), has been
tetef by'Kansas City experts and is re
ported as superior to the Cherokee and
semi-anthracite coal of the United
.... . .
Leavitt am! V. Iti-nun- "!.nIa f T.l
try." Ilenr) Damerest Lloyd; "Recon
struction in France," William MacDon-.
aid; "Cermany in Travail," Otto Man-j
they Zom; "Validity of American
Ideals," Shailer Mathews; "The Signifi
cance of Radium," Robert Andrews Mil-j
liken; "Newfoundland," H. M. Mosdellt
"Through the Centuries,' Jesse L. Ros.
cnberger; "Little Corners Never Con
quered," John Van Schaick.
"It's the Way Its Written," Henry J.
Smith; "Control of Communicable Dis'
eases in South Australia," W. Ramsay
smitn; savonrola," Gregory WeinsteJnJ
"Frank Higgins, Trail Bluer," Thomas
( D. Whittles; and "Popular Natural His-
, tory, J. G. Wood.
There is no
Just As Good"
Don't accept substitutes don't
buy baking powder that is sup
posed to 'be just as good as
Calumet don'tthink that a
big can at a low price means
a real saving. Use
For the first lime in en vears the Mi
nicipal Christmas Tree in St. Louis will
fail to appear on twelfth boulevard. Park
Commissioner Pape has announced that
the tree will be on the City Hall Rotun
da this j ear.
A total of 341 bids was received for"
road work by B. P. Peipmeier, state'
highway engineer on eighty six Droiects.
) esumaiea to cost about $5,240,000. Con
tnougnt 01 gilts becomes uppermost in .tracts will be awarded as soon a, P.en.
peoples minds. There are gifts andjmeier CSn ""e a careful survey of, the,
gifts. There is the gift tiat is bought
at the jewelry store, or any othtr, store,
jew sparkling, with a well-displayed
trademark. This has been a favorite
with the general run of both those who
give and those who receive.
Then there is the gift that is inade
with one's own hands. It may be a tri
fle, a mere knickknack; but it often rep
resents the result of infinite patience.
davs. and perhaps weeks of intermittent, . Buf Joplin w
' iF.cuenfanuu.ck Thompson of Eureka
Mrs. Edward 'James of Johnson'Cnnn.'
ty has announced her candidacy for the
office as chaplain of the house during'
the coming session of the Legislature. In .
the event that Mrs. James is elected,
she will be the first woman to hold such
an office in Missouri.
At the fourth annual convention of the'
Oark Playgrounds Association held in,
Jonhn last Wednesday more than 330
delegates ad bo, were ,.
tvss j. Burn r TAni: --- t
Our coal weighed'on city'
Let me supply your needs
for the winter. Prices,
delivery and quality, sat
isfactory. J. M. Reed Coal Company
1021 Ash Phone 40D
The Economy BAKING POWDER
Millions of housewives are
using Calumet because ot its
dependability. They know
that the bakings will always
turn out just right. Res.
cakes, biscuits, muffins, will
always be perfectly raised,
light and wholesome if you
use'CalumeS the real eco
Calumet sales are 2 times
as- much as 'that of any , other
brand always call for it.
' A Dance daring even for -Broadway!
It was to be her last dance before the
fascinating eyes, of a New York
audience. She was going to marry,
and be safe for all time from Broad
way, and the sort of men who haunt
it so she thought
BEST BT TEST
A romance of the' most dangerous street in the world.
And, believe us, folks,"Mae Murraycan sure dance! She was-one
of Ziegf elds' leading dancers foryfears!
"The Paleface," a Keaton Comedy.
Come Early ! Come Early ! ! .:
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER.