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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922
Hart, pipe orpin. Tlie school i al 9:30 o'clock, with II. 0. Se- IS
?un of M Soul. In- cranre in charge, lhe' loung i'cople
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to V IUM. Columbu. MlMourl.
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A PERSONAL INVOICE
'II U invoice time. Today is the la't
Dui.iian Stuilcr.t Congregation. Junior
Gmsrcsation meeting at fi:30.
nut . IT. I I... ... ..-.Inn 9t
- k service . .-h & am, ,,far ,hc word of , u
Tlie 7:30. Executive Board meeting of tlie ui
Women's Council Friday afternoon at '" " 'V , . '" ( " - "T
., v j r ',...!.. .i.I.nrs C- Bcrnthal is pastor. For information
Drastic chanies have taken ",',,. :..:..! ... n ,1,.. r. concerning the Lutheran services
ana menus aic imicu - "- - - ino -
itiip miminn uinrMlV"1 sadly in need of education. Foreigners cello,
Xlllj -iYLiVniLFHi. aihaiv i.r,i. . ,:i j,.nu -5Un
MISSOURIAN I ho ha,c llve'1 m Japan ""' re" Mead of the evening sermon, a want meeting is at 6:30 in the evening.
Tri ?"J-r r ccn,,Jr ""T"1 home " Lwn shockfa called "A Pageant of the Var will be Evancelical Lutheran
at the anti-J.ran.-e feeling. U-ually the given by Un.vcrs.ty ' "' V Services will be held at the .Mac
views held that Japan i treacherous im- .r.-t.an wuueni .ngrrpa,.... -- rabef Eic,llh ,lrre,rand Broadway.)
at II o clock, visitors are welcome,
perialistic, and untrustworthy arc
based on fact, or are antiquated.
Japan of toda) is not the Japan of fift)
place in her internal and foreign policies. vices.
The old bulbing policj oard China church of christ Scientist.
has been replaced by an effort at con- first churci, 0f Christ, Scientist, hold
ciliation and justice, and Japan has gone services in the Virginia Building at 10:45 j pastor!
Tlie im- ocI,ck ""' Sunda n,orn'nS- 1,,e sul" Evening w
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Morning worship at 10:43; sermon by
r.nrm thin li.lf-i. It ..III Phim
OVIL IIWII tun -w. i.i.ti xti.t. (it. ...a- .... r
ia( ni fli lwin vrmnn for lomorron
worlv daj of the ld )ear;- ho -Jo ,we perial dreams of a new conlincnt mapped -s Christian Science."
check up? " ' out at the expense of Iiu-sla and China 7he Wednesday eiening testiraon)
meeting begins at 8 o'clock. The Sun-
I da school, wliich Is for students under
the age of 20 jear, comenes at 9:30.
The reading room, which is also in the
Virginia Building, is open from 3 to 5
dad) except Sunda)s and legal holi-
, da. The public is cordially imitcd to
ening worship at 7 o clock. This
will be a preaching service.
I'ra)er meeting Wednesday at 7:30
Congregational Students' Club.
The Kev. D. E. Thomas will deli.er
a ".Vew- Year Message" to the. Con
gregational Students' Club at 6 o'clock
tomorrow eiening in the ,Y. M. C A.
Auditorium. All members and friends '
.Merchants are invoicing their merchan- are being liquidated. The Anglo-Japa
c.ic and ligunng up their protit or los i nese alliance lias giten wa to the new
for the jear. If they have a profit thej Kour Power Pacific Alliance. II) scrap-
l ill rc-imest and try to make 1923 even ping part of her navy, Japan ha re-
" msre profuable; if they have a loss the) i moved one of the greate-t threats to
will look up over their records and see ,veace in the Orient. All these revolution- ..,. ,n ..:., anj ,0 m,le 0f are invited.
what caused them to lose and avoid a an changes have taken place in one jear. ithe reading room. , T"
' Pull Freight."
similar loss in the coming jear. A jear ago, one would have been hooted i First Baptist from ,hc Ctntralia Fireside Guard.
How about the business that is our even-to mention them. ' At the morning services at 10:45 the Twcntj -three in railroad parlance
individual life? In't it time for us to And jet with such a changed attitude, R- w- "'"P3" wil1 Pt on lI,e sul" mcans "pul1 freight," and we hope
.... ,. , , , f ...... , , .... jret, "A Good New Year's Resolution." this number may have some such signif-
mro.ee? If our lives, have beea prof- Japan ., still dMru-ted by man) civil- . fof ,h. . fermo . cance aUaclleJ ,Q he )rar anj ,,,,
italic to ourselves and to others in 1922,jized countries. I be "The Christian's Anchor." Sunday 1923 will see freight on the move again.
rSn't we make them even more so next. The, only way to change this anti-Jap-' ------------ .
jear: It our lives Have been a loss, ane-e leenng is through education. Ja
can't we find the cause of failure and pan must show herself in her true light.
make the new jear profitable?
Invoice? Invoice our own lives?
Sure, we can invoice our own lives,
financially, it is easy to tee how we
stand, or fail to stand. We have spent
much money in 1922. How did we spend
it? Did we spend more than we re
ceived? That's bad business for the indi
vidual as well as for the merchant. Did
we save monej? If o, did we save it
al a sacrifice of things more valuable
The saving of mone) i
She must prove to the world that she is
The road to good-will is a long one, but
it is one which Japan must travel for
her own sake and for the sake of the
AT THE CHURCHES
should develop but we nnw not make the
Min;; of money our chief end; that is
almc: as bad a maVin? the spending of
mone our chief end. If our inoice hons
cither foolish spending or foolish siting,
let's start the New Year right, financial-
Have we improved morally since we
made all those Sew Year resolutions one
jear ago? Did we reallj discontinue our
bad habits and did we form the new,
and better, ones? In our personal in
voice the moral times may show great
Kss or thej may show great gain. And
The services at Calvarj- Church to
morrow are to be as follows: 7:30 a. m,
Hoi) Communion; 9:30 a. m., Sunday
trait we school; 10:45 a. m., morning praver and
rmon by the rector. .The ISmtlierhnod
of S. Andrew will meet al 5 p. m. in the
parish hou-e. The u'ual ojeii hou-e for
students will be held at the fame place
at 6. All students are cordiallj invited.
Mondav is the Feast of' the Circum
cision. There will be a celebration of
the hoi) communion in the church at 9
v. s-B I .
U - y I Meets Sunday ,
I V. ?Lff 9:3 'cIock '
I ft Cozy Tluater
Bible school 9:30 o'clock. Classc, for
Univertit) students are held in the Y. M.
C A. Auditorium at the same hour.
Morning worship 10:45. The subject of
the Rev. W. M. Haushalter's sermon is
"The Unfinished Lord-hip of Crea
tion." This will be a ew Year's mes
sage. The special niu-ie will be an
our moral records will play an important i anthem, ""He Goes Before ou' by the
part in whether or not our jear has been ' lrtet. As an offertory Mr. Hart will
piay a selection en ine pipe organ, l lie
special music for the evening service at
7:30 will be a trio by Mi-s Helen
Richard', violin, Mis5 Ruth Squires
Have we read all the good books vc
planned and have wc discontinued read
ing the worthless, and worse than worth
less, literature? How will our invoice
show up, educationallj ? Have we im
proved our spare moments by increasing
our surplus and our capital stock of '
m-ain and ahilit)? ,
-' Will jour invoice slww that jou are
better, or worse, sociallj? It matters
little whether or not jou are "in society""
fcr .some oftthe most unsocial creatures '
ot earth are in It; tut it does matter i
.whether or'-not jou are a social being,'
a friend to all, a gracious host and a
welcome guest. Being a friend to man,
a real friend, is a greater distinction
than being the best bridge plajer on jour
Are jou better or worse phjsicall)?
That's a pointed question tiow in tho'
liolidaj season when everjone, nearly,!
eats more than he should and, therefore,
feels drowsy and good-for-nothing. But ,
how have )ou cared for the human ma
chine which is Cod-made and which
should, but generally doesn't, receive as '
much attention as our automobiles, or our
The merchant fi.id-, before he com
I letes his invoice, a stock of odds and
e,nds, that must be counted in, or out.
Jut before jou finish jour personal in
voice, jou will find a bunch of odds and
ends that need consideration. Those little
things may be what made 1922 a profit
.r a loss. The merchants say "watch the i
little things" and this applies to the busi
ness of being an efficient, worth-while
Tomorrow is the Iat day of the jear;
invoice jourself and be read) to start the
New Year stocked up with only the
things that count on the right side of the
"As the Leaf Turns"
NE year -ago, on New Year's Day, you
promised yourself you were going to
fro to Snnrlav School rtimilarlv. Have
you kept the promise? If you do not'fteep
promises made to yourself, whom you should
love more than almost anyone else, how'' good
is your promise?
Sunday is the last day of 1922, it is your t)nly
chance to make good the promise to go to
Sunday School in 1922. r, ,
Start the New Year right
by closing the Old right.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
Our January Clearing
Sale Started Today--
With many taking advantage of the genuine money-saving
reductions that have been made. Many more will be buying
soon, and it is advisable that you make your purchases without
delay. Our entire stock is reduced in price.
A Few of the Offerings
This class includes high and low
shoes in black and brown, in all
styles and leathers, at prices of
4.85, $5.85, $6.85
Pumps, oxfords and shoes for
every use, of charm, grace and
beauty, in till combinations and
styles, are here at
JUSTICE TO JAPAN ,
One of the most unfortunate situatiots
v.liich Japan finds herself facing today,
is the continuation of the attitude of fair
1) general distrust toward her which ap
pears to exist over great parts of the
civilized globe. Those who still think
Japan is the "Germany of the Orient" aic
Boys' Every Occasion Shoes $3.85 .
Misses' Shoe Specials $2.45
Men's and Women's High and Low,
Special Broken Size Lots, $1.85.
Monday Will Be a Good
Day for You To Buy
BROADWAY AT EIGHTH
Here It Is!
So many people have been demanding
the privilege of making advance reserva
tions for the forthcoming Harlequin Pro
duction, that the management has been
forced to accept beginning Monday, Janu
ary 1, applications for reservations to the
All applications for advance reservations
must be accompanied by a check. Checks
given now will not be collected until on or
after January 12, when the tickefc board is
open for "general sale. The applications
must be mailed to
Blood and Sand
At Heibel's Pharmacy where they will be
filed in order of their receipt and the best
seats available at the time the application
is received will be given to the person mak
ing the application.
Applications should contain a notation
as to which night is desired, the name,
phone number and address of the appli
cant. "Blood and Sand," which promises to be
the most elaborate production ever staged
in Columbia, will be presented at the
Tuesday and Wednesday
January 23 and 24
TfflSISNOT A MOTION PICTURE
'Sezze&to himself sezzee
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- welcome, lyzm" n
Did jou ever notice how much the years, as portrayed by ti, '"
a.wai-, iviT-muiv tau 111 1111 vuu.a-. ." attCLlilUIl 15 Paid IQ ,m r
except in cradle-d3)s and in doddering senility. He comes into tT-
world in the middle of winter and I hae et to pee an artist with i
liBrt Kif. ..All.li In Jlnt. t. fda it .Mml KTa fl... 1 -1 .1 . - H
ivai. wit. vitvufc.' .v ww .. .iv- .. t. .iiii. u, WIC) UCK Jfie JjtjU
cherub out into a temperature of eighteen below zero, wearing notlin.
but a ribbon carrjing his license number. He spends an entire tear
among we grasping folks and shares our troubles. His head gnrnKJ
baia or majue the jear never grows nair. Kid you eTer see a symbolic
year carrjing a heavj- head of hair?
But at least he gets some clothes. Someone throws him a onnB
pair of bed room kicks and a sheet which he drapes pathetically orer ki
wearj- shoulders. Thus arrajed they drag the worn old fellow out tm
me ironi 01 inc magazines again uie ursi iimc ne nas been there since .t
ine January previous wncn utry porirajea mm as a cmibsy.Iaced lam.
Such is life!
SfilLthpv r.ill him II.inm and PrnsHproiia' ilist tit- .1. u . n i
- ' rr' ' " "sj iiiuiuaaii ?
him is "Freezing and Helpless" how about a drie to secure dotnej
lor ine wom-oui pnaianxes 01 ramer umer
By the waj- wouldn't this be a monotonous life if everyone lho
up to their New Year's resolutions? If all the upraised hands of the J
"leer Again group could be gathered together in bunches of fonr
and sotd as hat racks, they would furnish a resting place for all the '
dress chapeaux of the Parisian gendarmerie.
If, howeier, at the end of January", all those who had not lned un
to their resolutions were to withdraw their hands Spirits of Ammonia,
wnat a inter mere wouia ue.
Te know that jou have had a most enjoyable Christmas at home
among the folks and meeting jour old friends. We know that thef
hated to see jou leave. We know equally well that we are mighty gUd
to see jou back. It has been mighty lonesome without jou! We ix
jou to be sure and come in to see us while jour Christmas experiences
are fresh in your mind and tell us about them! Meet jour old fmcdi
in a Palms booth! Be a regular diner with us! Our Service Ciri
makes it a most convenient and economical waj of handling a mj.
perplexing problem. And above all. believe us when we say that for
1923 we wish jou all that would be pleasant and enjojahle to joa!
In making jour ISew lear resolutions, dont forget to
Just Say Palms
0n the Popular Side of Conley Avenue."
Providing for Your Wife
in Your Will
MR. J., a business man, had made his will. The bulk of his
real estate, securities, and cash was willed outright to his
wife. This was his idea of providing for her future.
Recently, his wife received a circular letter and literature de
scribing a new promotion scheme, which, on the face of it, was
unsound. She gave the letter to her husband, saying that per
haps "he might be interested in it."
This set Mr. J. to thinking. If his wife thought such a propo
sition worthy of notice, what would she do with the money he
might leave her.
Obviously, in this case, it was wiser to revise his will and
place his property in trust for his wife. In the hands of a trust
company, the property would be protected, and while his wife
would receive only an income which sound investment principles
justified, it would be a regular and a sure income. She would have
no investment cares, and the principal would be maintained intact.
The question of proper provision for your wife, in your will,
may be a difficult problem for you. Our booklet,' "Safe
guarding Your Family's Future," will give-you some inter
esting information on the subject.
Boone County Trust Company
Member of American Bankers Association.