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THE 'COLUMBIAEVENING'-MISSbORI AN. 'MONDAY. NOVEMBER .15. 1920'
fuLliihed every evening except Sun
Jy by the Slissourian Publishing A
fociatioivlnt. Jay H. Jfeff Hall, Colum
bia. Missouri! "
ALFONSO JOHNSON, Maxaceb
Gty: Week, 10 cents; single copies,
By mail in Boone County: Year,
&2S; '6 months $1.73; 3 months 90
nts; montli, '33 cents.
uuisiae me county: lor, jixj; . .
months, $L25; month, 43 ccns. Pay'
able In advance.
lion. Many persons who would build
bouses have' not enough money to do so
at the present cost. On the other hand,
there are many who would invest any
amount they could spare in a local build-
ins corporation. Such a corporation
could, with a little effort, be capitalized
for $30X00 and home building would be'
promoted thereby. It would furnish art
opportunity for community betterment
as well as an investment.
Columbia needs houses. More bouses
On Other Campuses
ITIU's'WEXtBBK NOT UNUSUAL AIcBaiie since the opening pf the game
, ( . 'season, incy report jiiq uu viicuu
; Records of Recent Years Show Low bu, tf, "scarce.
TtrcBcralure in November. ,
"This js. the coldest weather for Nov-
7 A. Pattison. mechanical
stadium will be erected at ojigi will be alcriiated with pld-tirae jennet in thirty year?, an old-timer said, VM at beentinjeciinE machiDery
University. The stadium will favorites shewno'ely, the oilier, day. jfcrjahM.; "Dairy Company, lias c
TUm wnrilfl ijt t.v Cr ftrff. lleedrr ! l 1 f.!- 1.
On Saturday, November 6,,he medical of X - Va 1' d, M li oft "" " "
mand more students as, a result
Member Audit Bureau o Circulations
Entered as second-class mail matter.
Acceptance for mailing at special rate
f postage provided for in Section 1103,
Ad if October 3, 1917, authorized Sep
lemner 26, 1V18.
Ailverlislng and Grculation ........55
cost $1,000X00. It will dominate
ninety-two-acre plot of land along the
eastern bant of the Olentangy River. f'W lhe Umv'!T. oT ohl "Ic iHstateneni. however. ... , -I. T. Richardson, McBaine merchant.
given to the- University by its board of "a,I centennial oj its rounding. , -Vfhile the on temperature ii by no m. ia Columbia Wednctday,
trustees a lew icars ago lor tlevclopraenl if'-tlT" "'"- """I??? rf ; means, coram;ri. .ir. neeaer sain, ii is
as recreational and athletic field. , ""P1? in tllc anniI$ of American history, Uot' uausital. ,
Tlie structure will be named for the
state of Ohio, will be U-shapcd in design
and, unlike any previously constructed
.Snows are frequent in
Thomas Sanmntton went to Iowa Sal.
la tie frst prejidenr pf ;the college. November; falling about every other yeir 'uyVhete he and hi brother, Monroe,
lT' ' "" ,hf 6? "K1"' m1He "-!& f"t iuches or sore. TCo .onrrt , Jber corn.
1 1 tabludied west of the Alltrhcnies and Is , heaviest ia this month, was 0 incur! :r. .
means that more people will moe here "adium. it will have two seating levels " "J1'11 'est in , tne country. Harvard : 18 i Tjle Bev it. p. Chevens conducted a
in elevation. It will be 107 feet high. "'" yivania uking precedence. TLis mornins :crcvet,it!He ol JJ anove :rc,jv3i- meeting at lhe Nashville Bap-
accomodatiiig a crowd of 63.000, per- Two hancd -men, rcpresentir.E manylrero i Iowt than the usiyl "i!c.' , j;,, Churcl, iit week.
naps 12JDW ot whom will be seated jai ''"'" uiu'ctoucs, weie present at liiiouju una iiern wiucnu ouici vwr
the" loner tier, and 21.000-in the unpen' tIlc "'ehration. The chief- guest was bers In 1916 it was .U above zero on
RETTING ON FOOTBALL
Betting follows all sports of promin
ence. Baseball, though of national repu
tation for clean sportsmanship, received
ja setback when, gamblers found a chanoe
to corrupt the game. The players, no
dcubt, were honest enough until the
hribe became too tempting. Football is
Our davs are glutted with duty. We
live tluough the day's routine with the
fear of adtertity at our heels and the
hope of fair fortune gleaming ahead. If
this were all, life would be a drab mono
tony. But there comes the occa-lonal
Adventure comes. le may go out to
meet her, or we may stay passively in
our place until adventure, with all its
uncertain issues, arrive. It is the in
frcijuent remarkable occurrence or note
worthy event or eipcricnce that lifts us
above the tiresome uniformity and ex
hilarates. Adventure is variable, depending for
force upon the previous experiences of
the. individual adventure meets. That
which would lie adventure to Tiny Tim
PraLe University lias been promised a
ift of JlOO.iX by tlw general board of
education at New York for the endow
ment of the Liberal Arts Collejc. This
promise bears the condition that Drake
Bust have added $300,000 to the amount
llilevie in danger and bets have become P 'he endowment Hncc 1910. and must
'an aftermath of that game. ' bp entirel!r out of d'bt-
tiers. Boxes alone will accomodate -TOO $ir AuUind Ceddes, the. British
i. ' VAmlvr 11 - In 1914 it .was 9 above
,. -Vnhev 10- In 1911 it WaSIUOn'
Harvey Rader, who works on the sec-
The Horticulture Club of.t!:e Halve:
i.ty of Illinois Imnghf a carload of ap
plet to sell by the barrel t' raise money
for their club activities. .,
1M9 Lti v ear. the lowest rvovember
There lias been a new, club organized j temperatii're was 16 above lero en the
at tne university ol Oklahoma. The I lata.
girls have named' the combine or league
or organization of self defense, 'Lefi On
Football is "a clean, honorable game The University of Wisconsin had a Papa's Hands." '
serious injury to one
fi above zero on .November 29. The cold- "i"l k. He fHl rot be able to
est November weafh'r fa .jjiirtjr years was work for some lime,
Slcejww NVTcJjerlJ, 1OT1. 1
was 6 above lero on Npveraher 30. 1895.
It tfas. 6 above zero on November 26,
William Civin af Harrisburc was visit
ing friends here last week.
i ifn. J. II. Roberts and children have
been guest ol relatives in McBaine for
the last week.
and is Pl.yed..not by professionals, but '" ,r.c ""T "nv ' l"nl h""
rrra,uw uj c vmu-nuy was uurnea
A Varsity Movie, a SXXWoot f-ature , O. F.'NichoJs went to' Cpluaibia VPeiJ-
-, -a.cu., nU v, , r ,..e giory anu, few Ja,, ag0, rf ,,, f horws ' him U-piei.iip an interring Hory of stu ' nesday., . . v
the traditions of their school. With such ! md other live stock burned to death. dcnt '' Written, produced 'and acted b) ! 'Mim'LoU Roberts is visiting relatives
ambition, the real football player puts i T hundred tons of hay and a eonsid i ''ndents. is being planned by tlie Edwil this week-end.
all his ability and fight in the game to
Henry Powers will start work with hfs
saw mill UuVweck.
Christian College Notes.
win. The game is not plaved as a pro
fession but rather for the glory of win
hing fairly through clean sportsmanship.
This sport lias not been brought into
disrepute but gambling is certain to
abuse it if left unchecked. Considerable
money is being wagered by betters on
football contests who get no nearer to
the game; than the sideline, and who
care no more for dip game than ai a
gambling opportunity. Players and tln-
gamp must be protected from betting fii-'
arable quantity of farm mrchirerv nno B:h Dramatic Club of the Univem! Miss Lucv Jones is visitins her parents
destroyed. The origin of thjSre remains Ws-onsin. 1 Mr. "land Mrs." E- C Jones.
i complete n)strry. i iuc studenis who are pramnling the I WiHiano Archer rt sraScring
,pwn nave already nimett a UKmber ti severe1 attack' of tonsilitis
. - . .
Studcnts of the Lnivcrsily cf IUiccis university events such as the University! If A'sle't-and I
vho are not -acquarmed Villi the lllini , Orcus, and will work with tic dirtctrr i Colu'mbia Tlmrlay.
ong, will have a chance to learn them I of the Univerury photographic latora-: Austin Roberts W:
tine sings which will be held on Fri- lory. They plan t- show 'the picture
i.v M,n,,M ., r.::,.. -I t -r, IT- . . .1 . .'(...
v !" "' hoiij uiurcn. ine;ui ai me university, anu then to tarn
wo?rams include varied: musical stuntr. , it over to a booking comnanv for circ'u.
irehesira music and
sjngins. College lation throughout the countrj-.
Gin Burners in the South Recall
Edgar Allen were in
Was in Centralis Fri
day on business.
Mrs. Elm? 13) nc wen: to Centralia
D. It. Catpecter was in
Thursday visitins relatives.
Mrs. 1!. A. B,-rry was shopping in i " , , c. l'T
The senior "and junior classes were
organized Friday right and the following
rfficers elected: Senior president Lucille
Mlngen, Miami. Fla.: vice-president.
, Hotehud White, Mestville. Mo,; secretary,,
i Gale Bateman. Kansas Gty; .treasurer.
Kutlr Jcott of Aurora; Mo. President
Edgaf'D. Lee was choen elas sponsor.
Juniors: President, Sara Dale. Henri
etta. Tex.: vice-president. Carmen W11-
Ccntralis 'J"18- ABfrton. I; secretary, .Mary Jes
".sie Tandy, Carrolltoii Ky.; treasurer.
lona Belle Lynn, Ardmore, Okla. Dtia
was elected sponsor and
fi r.-. Trh : "sBE;
1 :- Just Received -M-
I in ,. wf'
Another Car ot FunuftjHS
'. Bought at Re-a3jilsunnt prk fK1' J
t III L kEv
t xmfc " r
jlii Your opportunity to purcliase al pre-var figiirei im&. 5.
JIake your selection now for immediate delivery sMM
I III will save for Christmas. 0&9
' ill r
Inspect While Qttr Stock Is Compkm
II ; ' '' - m &
I . TR0XELL l
J '23-25 SoutIi'.9th Columbia, MiVli
11" - JL p
0 1 ft
would warrrly 1-- adrrnturr to ll'C child
f MH.I. RAU- VROUQHT VV
We rr-ak ..( drhglulil advenrore ; V P1IILIPI'
atwa)s Hserc i ptevnt t!ic element !. I STUDEN
.mw au v nv, iii-HniiiT ii.iil.ii Willi -. ii.. - -...
ae risk. Enjoving chance is charactcris- ' ", f"""' " " I St. . VLdrT
.. ... , . . .acres of trorical plants, coconut anc ' ' . . we """"toMitrs,. grew
uc o. uie numan race. t,e word -top" ' Mmi lrc for . L..it, j , A. powertut organization.
comes to tu from the candanavian ami a tiarrot for nlavmati s,ur!i u, thi
yiurmua tnnrsday. HJes Packard of For. !.kA,t el
the Days of the Bald Knobbersi"
, -vir. ii. lu uevou went to e.i!raiu ugnt state cluin composed of girl
J-prrlatiens "I tin- iu-i,. ride li-hed by the woik f the Kddknobbcrs. ! Wednesday night. from the root largely reiffesenlcd sutes.'
i:ti rt iLc pr-lil iim- ri-call the twiftv l-aine ill,' inr.l i.l ,r... , Tlirtn Hull ,t rnli.mt.r, -rU:.,t fri 4, have been nrcanirrtl. n,nm 1,,'
t u( tie ill Ku K(c-. 'Can oad'.! hnless men. The 'lionw..W !-, in Halkville Friihv. ! been given by tlie Oklahoma. Kanus.
V your grocer for Cat
sure thatyou get it lhe In
dianhead cm thsorangelabeL
Then forget about bake
day failures. Fcr you will
I never have any. Calumet
always' croduces tne sweet-
est and most palatable foods.
And novo remember, you.
always use less than cf most
other brands because it pos-
ccssj.-grs3: Irerir:3 crrea3t!i.
ji i-- sell n i. .1 it fii i iiiAH .t :i. .. .-.. .1 .
,v'r A'nrr- i- . -. , ..: -. ; 7C " . " V' ' "'rirm"17 Wl ,ncl "" "T ei" , .
-""-'""' ' ,. ,. ----- ; -" "-"- - i na.-voie to a certain element who wantei.oay.
T IX M U - r.'nV-."Tv.nl , .d.n,h t''enr remain as it w. Many Miw Ida
mv. mi. uviuLiff niir stiii.-ii sTpr 'rir,-n liiiuuctii.
Jrsir Honton vaj in Columbia TIiuts- I Arfcana and Illinois cluK Tomorrow.
ili iir itM3 Kim niii &nc iiicir uan-
Sl'range visiting friends ia ' IBCt Ind lhe othrrs iU " dinners i
.j -, !vn.
"ha pp." meaning good luck. Uy
. experience of Erm'rla Crant, a student in
S !.,- . . -.,
" '""" "" """"re-i.,,.,, :,. .1.. r T-i.i... .-- ... ,
Hk- IniviTtity. ill- first American babv
ene-1 out by men who cscd the name of Iliid 'W. C. Vdims ras ifi Hallwill; Thure-,' . ,'Vuc1' t?le 5P'ri' !s manifested In the ( ,
in:o , tnoljbcrs is a cloak. Jlr. Casselrnan rr- 'lay c-.i businr ' mjins ot state songs, .Mrs. tdgar V.
-"-""-""""'" caiiej tlie ease of ihc M,n.Cr, . itrafiier r,ni:n :. ,.,: ,i. i " '"
The bitter fcuda that prevailed during der to illustrate thK The Edens and! mail on Ronlr 2 at present.' ' A b"Iet of all the clubs will be gjv-i
ic irir -nn. ..! .. - . m i a ....
J.". 1 .".i i ,t """' lI," ' years at- urcera were, together, movui-ir.ii HalbrfUe
wuiu. nun me unscruiilllous laonin-iri,.,: f . ...
lr r.,,1. i ..!,- , .1 .:, Z " -"""". -", IO SCIlie,
. .t-. .u viuia -l 1UII llllZ ?I'1TII 1HH. M-aMn.l I !J.
.ii.i- f .i ,. '.,-: r - .-""K"! ""iu;
...... .,,-r, ,4i. uit-.itii toiiuiiions. it .
Hijh Srbool jj i,e p-eud
en later in the winter. Seventeen states
road one nlgSt.
..ai couuiuons it ... r .i.- . - ..
..I,., im,v;l.t ... ..K.r.i. L !'""'' "'"zn "P aou uiM-upoTi
At the lime of .Miss Crania birth in ' .ould enforce H... I,. f.U ""' ! ' ,c!n' k' '"F ",rrc OT funr-. Three of
-rty alike were unsafe. When good ciU-l?,, rV'" tmui
fnnml ;, ..!. r. .. """1 " w tnra?.,
The trord' "happiness'", is derived from landof Letc, l'iulippii
"Jie same source. Hap, or chance, and
Happiness mean the same thing; ad-' '90"'1 -Manila her father was a caplaii
tenture. no matter bow harardous, is toi'" u?Aw "?' Mi- Grant wa,
. ,i : "t i , , named arter one of the districts o!
a Uiinp of delight. Manila in which she waa born, Ermita
,V11 people love adventure. If she i,n!cl' m"" "hermitage." Time months
come, noVmany go out to seek her. The 1 t"f Uf "!"? J? ,h(
'";... , - island ofJLeyie. Her father, J. II. Crant
avenues and lugli roads and b)aj J was been appointed governor tf this ant
wucre nicy searcn are ottenUmes books I'"" ou,cr ,"",as- "i-residcnt tail ,f justice to all. Tlie organisation was
and magaaines and nencpapers. Tlie joy ii em"nor of a" lI,e Philippine i ion-political and non-sectarian and had
of reading U nothing more or Ics, UuJ " Z'Zl. ""Z" '. ?C ? "?."
.! r . n t - . I.i . , .. i . o uuii cacii mecioer upon admittance
the j..y f mentally advenuring. Ut us 'be inauguration of Mr. Crant into of Aouldtake an oath to deal itstlr bv all
f nCn. tO assist ill l.W enfnrmnf nt
Ermita, who lud red hair, was a curios j to riinile tlie names er acts ef the
ny. lo me people. Her nurse could not
whed her downtown without attracting
a curious croud. Because her mother's
health was poor, Ermita was left with
servants who" taught her Spanish and the
native tongue. She returned to the
Stales, when she was S years old, afraid
-- j lytr ii-UU I . . , . ., ,
while' ross-ssor of a new "Cable and Ntfco- "" """""""" " "" 1
4 i nianiv s i n. ......t i ..tn i '
-- j i v aituuu, a'lrtcii ii"im- ui jtc citrn
Mr. ami Mrs. ,Uyy ami Miss Or- tocipbt irv ihd college ftTnnasium.
P-jj, to fcoi-c for law cnforcccicnt ! . Mmr "!T romnu" 3 ihxstimt
trH. is .,v- i i .! ' cre attributed to (he tirvi irihil
jiioiicii Hie nrntwr rnnM ii,.,- .
jizi-tl a rrr. .w,iv r, "L i 'u ", probablv hot r?noitil:Ie.
' " . wrat v iui uauaudi iillf. "
eclicn, ,arh '"eident is told by George II, Mc
None were admitted who were not ?aU1 of 'L'0"' P'!" In tliose dayf
go adventuring! Shall it be with buc-
caneer.or pirate some long lost treasure
to unearth, or shall we away with the
toldier to the wars? Wo may follow
the trail through wooded fairylands with
the poet, or we may sit with the philo
lopher and await with him his black
winged adventures that ' come to ns
throasji him, his thoughts.
Adventure opens and closes doors. Ad
venture marks the periods of our .lives,
rati off a chapter here and initiates an
other there. As wc grow old and look
back upon our lives, they fall into pat
terns, the lines of which are traced dis
tinctly by adventure and all that lies be-
'"een the. lines bthe sordid comnren-
Tlie saciety grew rapidly nhen its acts
jf justice began to be known. It be-f
came a dread to the lawless element. At
a call from the .leader ' the members
-ould meet in some secluded spor in
the hills. All wore masks and snoke
ol white people. -unable to speak a word J in disguised voices. Tbe' business which
of English .and accustomed to sitting on i had brought llicm together was discuss
the floor. .Miss Grant says she would ) ed and voted upon Jo determine what
...... .n5 inucu 10 visit ner former Iwme punishment was merited. The body
Invitations have 'been sent to 300 Uni
vcrsity men. The entire ceiling of the
gymnaiium will lie decorated in blue and ,
gold and other elaborate decorations liaveji
t.-i- -.1 1 Tl. .- . -II I.
4JCTI j'laiijini.. ue 1IC31S will DC 5erV"
ed from small tables in he balcony.
trnde Jonct wefti Cdlumtia visitors
Mrs. Uena. DerJiam and Mra. Nannie
Via. of Oilimhia , are visiting fiiends
resr. Itillsville thie week,
Mr. W. J. Inren wa in Tolcnihi
Thnrsday. vMtinr Mr. 'and Mrs. Itov
mown to favor the strict administration' " , "7 ?n,M n1 PP'11 h" rvJ j-v . ' rWn' M- Dora
""" "" '"c "iiu kepi meir money! ""J" "" "ine iar, attenrted tt-e
hidden at home. One night, a number I rr'f bration . in Columbia. November II.
of masked men called upon a man named I ft OUene- Cooper enlenain i thr
Pence and demanded his money. His ' Q TC. B- M. at her home Friday after-
"... wimini 111 nniing h in iamrk""'" i p,i., .,,i r, ir..
doueh which .he h,A lv-w !.fi Tt-t Rer. F. P. H, tnm ..-.r lne.M and Bon Ilarkey.
tAn after-dinner musical program was
given in the, college auditorium last night
by students of Mrs. Anna Froliman, di
rector of voicev and II. II. Loudcnback,
director of piano. The following were
on the program: vocal selections: Lu
cille Kiclurdson, Eleanor Ilulett, VioLi
man would no, tell where ,.,e money was j & "ff Method church was in , "ft.TlfJSri; cSmTiU4W
and the robbers Could not fimf It after a i IM'mlle Friday on busincs.?. anj jjiss Mallcn'. "
luoroi-gn-searcn so iney tolled Pense and i ('"cs .inna ant rannie Adams and i I
went away. Some people attributed th;l"tolher, Charles, hive rented rm tA i ..'
1. II. McMinn. liuey MeMinn and'
Evans Prnberton are cutthur in a el 1
Hidge near the Oweas- rchool house. I
away. Some people attributed this
crime to the Ealdknobbcrs. 'alihnnffh it
was discredited by general opinion.
THE NEW BOOKS
Th Widenins Circle."
With a touch' ofmarvclous delicacv
THE HOTEL GUESTS
wouid then ride to lite offender's home.""' lishtncss the Jlarrliionea Town-
and deal out its crui
debut elective ius-iend revcab to us iu "Tlie WiJounr
lice. The'socicty became so feared ilia: I Circle" the Irnpilpable beauty of the
in a few years a condition of law and'he1 and mind of a girl gradually mi
order wa established and officia's were ! tuI'nS owarda womanhood. From the
The following guests registered at th- .tf ,,'K) cou,!' bc depended upon to j "T ""' one 'e ia 'Eluabeth
uaniel JJoone Tavern yesterday: W. C P",0Im laea anno. cumenana, me areamy nigniy im);iaa
Villfams and Airs, Williamk. f TUnn. T"? otEanjzatica at lhe Leeinnins wasime and kniy schsilhc child, is dct-
.' . .. v W1-"1 1-OnimvJl l rt r- t- - , ,, ... . . niMWc kt !... I 1 i tinrA fr hlttXt (..;. If., f-1. .
rlacencEi, the tiresome uniformity ol - Smith, Kansas City: C O. Crai2.''lell "IWdknolbcra," from the country in Pnutcr vhose varyins fortunes lead
lene. 'n Qty; T." G. Fitch, Kansas Gy 'wtKh ' otirinatcd. Scattered throui;hlmn ,tom tendons cmllicst homes to
It u agreeable to think that adventure!5- WcIch- Qda''' Edratd NeIson.'chi'-'fme 1"' of, tbe ml district ojy I her dinrfei quarters. In the one'FJira-
6 e iu ininK mat adventure g0. j-j HmJn gt j.. , be seen Ull peaks rising hundreds of Ltlh and h play their enchanting
tavors those who go out to meet her, and Small, Chicago; Mrs. Harry Quinn'and ' ftct abo,c ,he ""Toundlng country with ' Arabian Nights' games, in the other they
as a pks.1, returns moil often to those daughter, Shirley. IlL; Mrs. IL Taunsend.' tl,c lm" Portions covered with trees rtniil1 waiting and expectant but en-
El Heno. Okla.; Harry E. Kilmer, adl- alul "K Eraru,e tops bald and rugged, ""cico. vvitn tne nnest innaences or
iraw-ce, .vio.; .. Mem and family. St I ""vu ojijiearancc ci ineir CTesi.. -" - " -iiciu is always ai
" i Louis: I. C S. I!ff.l... r 1 r.
, - . -- ,... .,.,.,, j. vjUl;
ho mosl eagerly greet her.
Death is the Great Adunture.
closes the dooc on thi, lift- and iens
the lnor on Eteniity. And what lies be
yond r The chance, the uncertainty.
That is the gve'aLadventure!
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING. '
Home building is not keeping pace
with lhe demand in Columbia. .Much
uf the demand lor houses loincs from
people wlio would move here for cduca
tional advanuges. The 'ITniveraity grows
larger each year and is now hevond the
capacity of the town.
Under prcuit cciitiaza ppl- j-0
so: Uc-H iUi Ei -1 U; ivK si
icz ttit- jarf;;:
t c:e isru-
' cciiiici fti-
fch 4ii&ivasrf .-i: Viiier tie
house costs SS00 or tSflOO. "vViih laoOr
and material at its present cor, people
are not likely to baild for investment
The situation suggests a new course
worth. MurTalo; F. J. Loughin. Buffalo
Elmer O. Jones, La Plata; Mo.; A. M.
Burke, St. Louis: R. D. OBrannon, St.
Louis; P, W. U'aner and Mrs.",Waner
New Haven, Conn.; W. L. Nelson. Co.
lumbia; J. II. Lake, New York and C
Guestt at the Alliens Hotel' Sunday
were; E. C Carpenter. St. Louis; Henry
Crublc, Terre Haute, Irid.; Jam.- lVjca,
Sl Louis; E. V. Davis. Moberly; John
i. Vina, iu Louis; Arnold V. Klein.
ceroid, -Mo.; G. A. Smatliers, Franklin.
Pittsburgh Professor (o Talk.
'Modern'Tlews' ef our Sidereal Uni
verse wsa be the geri! mhfeet en
the AUiitit!hiUrz. IHviirlty ef
r7!feiei"13 'iii zCi?Z ayV X-l
ii; itzzxs r:;a c: a: tiitlzt iiilisi.
:t -u"4:Uvti ro i!!itaiiii !.--i
'j&il&Z tit --Sia UU-Zti IvjWii
iii ti -Sit ei C faiveris" Ttt'Ei
eiety of Sigia. Xi iavitej tie public to
attend these lectures.
jave them the name of "bald knobs." pne irom it. drab, vulgar and oten-
Tlie settlers were in turn eallnl -lil,l. . uous side she standi sererrlr a oof.
knobbrrs." and the name was later uied,5" ' ' l',at in ,ne convent she holds
specifically in connection with the secret
Some reminiveners V.f the Baldknoli
bers arc told by II. C. Caselman. 1300
j Wilson avenue, vho is district manager
J for the Slanderd Oil Company.- In the
lall o 1BS6 he wa teaching school in
the "Ozark country. One night, he was
returning home at a late hour when he
heard a number ol horses approachine.
Soon, two riders pased hira. lie spoke
to ihrrn but got no reply. Others' passed,
and he noticed that all n ere masked. He
Columbians Deliver Addresses.
Dean J. If. Coursault and Prof. J. D.
ol the University and President J. M.
Wood of Stephens College delivered ad.
in the solution of tlie problem. It may j dresses at a dinner of Phi Kappa, honor- j The man in question left the country
k don' ihiMisL. . whm-i cu.'rZ-T" "-1""" :-a '.itv'r tv aitctear
the saintly biser Eleanor ia deepest
veneration, and in school she chooses
Diana Slranmore as her friend. Eliza
beth s intuition Is her orily guide, hut it
is a guide of unerring .urines.. It is
this guide that reveals to her the know,
ledge of love as the orsan nl.v ulm,.
ly in the quiet and peace of ihe'chapel.
In this.Jily place Eluabclli realires hef
destinv, and in unquestioning faith she
awaits her lover. When he comes this
Prince in digniseihis raan of her
dreams she receivrs him . i,n ,.i.
tumrd his hor:5 out of the road to hi f08.""1 aIwar known would come. But
the ni-t. -.H e-tt-.t-1 ! ,!.-. v. ,l l oniy alter annarenttv n.M,,.,.
hxtj t; fry it r-tj.. He ccdi jit .otsticles have been overcome that
vara actwa- ths dtdro of their
Tt. and Mrf. IT. V. KihinMn enter.!
uinod Thursday evenins with a roast j
duck dinner. The guests, were: .Mr. and
Mr. Albert Belle, and Mr. and Mrs. I
DennisorL ' I
Mr. and Mrs. X O Barclav enter.1
tainnl with a ti o'clvck d.rjicr Flidav
etcmne. The gues. were: Mrs. Caro
line Crane an.d Misset Anna Slanta!!
and Minnie Sewers.
Hulett Cooper of the Ilallsvi'In .-
school made an aversre of QS ner -.- I
th- fcithrst averajo in the eighth grade I
class. Nowdl Morgenthaler of the sixth
prade aln made an average of 5o "per
cent the Behest ir las class.
Mr. ard Mrs. "Albert Belle entertaiped
with a kitchen sliowcr. Wclnesday even
ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Knbrri. Tliey re-eit.M many useful and
expensive presents. The guts we'rq: '
-Afr. and Mrs. Dennison. ?Ir. and' Mrs. '
Click. Mr. ard Mrs. Howard. Mr! and I
Mra. R A. BenT. Mr. and Mr,. PV: !
Mr. and Mr. Charles Turner. Mr. and
-vir. iue raurette, .Misses Jes?ie Kern
per. kathryn Lewis. Ituth and Mabel
Vraon, Minnie Sewers. MrL Cjimlm.
i.rane, Mesrs. n. B. Carpenter. Earle
uyart, ttoy Lewis ami Richard Dlnwl.l.
NEWS OF MdBAINE- '
tt2 Vis y cJ tht : vers tsvrtxi.
iii isas ritjtitti cf iv evci
iiii aka; cul izi 5J--ei t5
ilji:.it;c:o.; Its -;tih iSi: t2t
ijiuti-up itfccs'it jriii j?j ji .
attempt to have the riders punished ii
would not mention any names. The
grand jury refued to take any action in
the case. The foreman was heard to
say at the time, 'Well, wi? whipped him
right smart and I tmak.it did him good.'
ccK-penu-. auacu- lnii.
After tie ruls ef Ia v-j; " retlli-.
Acj'ju- i C:., :vtv;Vcrk; 3:
Encampment here to about one hundred
and nincrr. The iniriiii-n -will lie'frll"-TH
1 .- 'I , j
I. C. 0. 7. iaUisHere -Ttztiixj.
- The' -Colombia Encampraeot f'ffi?l,
O O'F. wnTglve ine-degTee ofPitrtarch
and Golden Rule to "between thirty and
forty novitiates Thursday. These' new
members, some of which are- f ronf lodges'
at Mallsville. Woodlandville ItarrU- pT. T. Wilke. of Kwtsdale has-received
burg, will mcrease Ae.enrollmtjf.of theL9tier carrf ell tW ilT
enough to surrly th; local demand.
, , ...
Mt. anct .virs. tlarnson SimJ and chil.
nren. who hav- heel) ifiting Mrv Sims'
parents near NewJracklm.'reti.Tsed hom-
Edgar Barahart. wh is attending the
Rosenthal 'SeSoorof'ijjamrrce irr Co-Iurr.Wj.'Tlated-hi'prtr.sj
Fr5i:7 vzi Sit-jrity.
Jam-s.S. Rud harretirr-e,? t0 wri
as stsfifrf aVft fe; the f. K. & f. after
teveral day;! yjcaCgn. ,
E, G. Je and H. Shubert
severa weecins last week.
i ii, uuii uiauua Lctiusoii,pos. j thWr fie
I fflf ' Always Use fe
Vivfl H i MfFv&i Hy.'rS tn ! Pt nlB:' p1-
. mere is no vaste. Jia g m.-
: redpecallsforcnaess two r,M T
. cups of flour half a cup of ii r'lllalB . v
milk that's all you use. 'S ffSSRh" '-
' You never have to re-bake. 'iMrmV
. i Contains only such ingre- jj&ljflf :
' clients as have been ofnmily Jfpa8B.
. approved by U, S. Food Arthcritics, ; BsiislBl
Is tJie'prodnct of the largest, most II 1 tJbltBjE; ' c.
t, xnodera fjnd 53aitary Balasg Pew- Iejr'"Kt :r
iler Factories ia eastern. i salt' ,JBi
Potrrid can cf Calamet contaira fell j j,TfcB
i 18 ca. 'Sojie baking rwedera coma in i I & 'JsStti
Hta instead cf 16 eg. cans. Egsara ji W2Jit""?W. ;
. yBgtap38nd"rhgaycarantit. 1 " .1 "
1 ' ' r8Ba:
" A Ii
x ;" 'M h
2 n :M'
c9. A &SJSM I'
Checked uo our Old tlormitorv nal "Rv,
Teebo this morning- waiting on an "appointment
rlcivam Paefitr Sr t4c;n-,n'. ,i,m.i,k i.ua. ..
bookfull about my visit to the Camel fcatorUs.
icn us oiu appie seca, says anappcr ', yowrc
on the inside"J "Snap" 'still hj thut "migrity
annoying way ot saying, "Bat that doesn't- stir
prise me." ' ' - . - '.
"lAnyhow when Ijesplatned about th9 millions
of Camels R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. me tlaily
vhat does the old bird sputter but: "'vyiiy, Shorty,
they'd have to make that many to supply the. de
mand! Camels have thequality smoitars'-want!
And, they have, thc.most wonderful rr.tilloty- jrjiM,
body and the most refrssriing flavor ever crrlststl
in acigarittel- Of course they make Csmcl by
millions; of course they buy enoujh revtriite
stamps from Uncle Sam ev:ry day to bifil?l a
duplicate of the Winston-Salem post officer Why
not? Smokers everywhere will have Cahielgf"
' But,? Snap!' finally got to spilling sofce real
nobby Camer selling stuff! "Shorty," shyaht,
"I wantto putiton recordHhat in all thutim?
I've pulled Camels outof my pocket tc-supply. .
thinns said about 'em to fill rr vnlttrrm! TiiitV
. --- . . . w . ( . . i .
my brand1 ; 'Camels are a ndf-rf ul cigarette, jr . ' X
'Iiifceg'efttrijmoncy from katse.' etc. " Jfi-
"'And.'Shorty, what's the answer? Whv- C "06
Camels blend of choice Turkish and chotct
uomestic tobaccos meets ;he universal tsstcf
v And tjhat'svthc 'hole' storjJold golf ball"!
Pete.'you pet phonogrwh, did you ever
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