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TMCOLUMBIA EVENG MISSOURIAN
VIEW OF LIFE
8 PAGES, 64 COLUMNS
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER7Tl922
Sj)cjker on "Visions and Vic-
tones Shows That All
World Progress Is
For the Best.
For Columbia and vicinity: Rain turn
ing to snow late tonight or Friday and
much colder;' temperature to' 30 or low-er.
For Missouri: Unsettled unihn in.
night and Friday; probably rain in ex-
Ireme south and rain turning to snow
norm anil central portion; colder.
Shippers, forecast: Within a radius of
200 miles of Columbia the lowest tern-
niV? ennn crmnrr P"-atre-during the next 36 hours.will
FA OKb SOCIAL SERVICE be 20 west, 20 north, 34 cat, and 32
, Z outh.
Lommciius League ol iNations
RURAL SCHOOLS TO HAVE
TEN DAYS OF VACATION
It Begins December 22 and lasts
Till January 2 Schools to Give
Not Enough for All
Sas Modern Countries
A low pressure wave cocrs the south.
1 em half of the country with renters in
and Kansas. From hm
Christmas holidajs in the .rural
schools of Boone County will start on
flnnst'tnt'cnnl Pnnvont,, IT. December 22 and V.II1 last till Januar)
l .,. Roi rio.. r :.:. z J.he onI l"rid. troche
i.u .w ".i"" wuu mum- ,vtate board is Uiri-tmas Da), but Uese
illg Church Property "'her da)s will be made up during the
Investments. j latter part of the term
j I here are 111 grade schools and 8
STEPHENS MAKES TALK , wh scIr': '"I '" ru"! dMr!c" ''V1
( count). Each of these will present to their
Columbian Tells Churchmen ra,ro"s VF"1 entertainment on the
ij.i uay neirc uunsimas vacation ue
J gins Th-) will take the foim of recita
tions, pageant", songs and dramatics. It
is customar) at some of the schools to
1 hate a basket dinner on this1 day! and
For the first lime in the liiMory of nmc lmc fma" Christmas 'rees tohold
lie Favors Making School
fallinp from ftiA Pn.L: . . f- t '
"Let the iHMmist pile up all the cils Sa.n rom 'iwri ast and wuth it
t ,. ;mn;n r - ij . mild and Mirin-lil: Rain : rTi;n,
fart tl.it the world i. bad.-vcrv mA from ca,lem Kansas to the Atlantic ami 'he ttate, a contention of cl.urchm.-n of ,l,e Prf!n,s h,cI' Jl,e s'urfls "e
.t .! f :.. i: .... south to the Culf. Zero wpailr .nniTn Missouri was held in the Senate cl.am. amonS lhemelves. N.me ol tliese pres
it is tartly belter than wc could cvcr,a,ons ,hc nor,hem borJ- A touch ofllr at Jefferon City Tuesday morning. are made b) the cluldrc. in the
.anno- w'""-r now is in sight for the lower Mis-1 Approximately thirty ministers and la). J"""1 ro"m aml, ,n w cases they arc
' . ii luifli ltcfiil ami ilrgilii F-ii.li .Iti-
soun tane). men, representing all 1'rotcstant denom- " ............. ............. .... r.
Ilighwav.: All road, ar, m.I.U na'"ns of the stale and a total of 500 "" "" '. a . . a n.rae u a
Dr. Jame. II. 5nnwdcn, profc-or of
systematic tln-olug) in the Western The-
r. . . . .. ... i t 11 ft . .. nresenl is cien 10 1111s sitirtenl. .
ol,.?.ral Vmmary, lMLburgh, li, la.. , Ua" ' : "Mien tempera. a"";. represemam-c-s cnrcr.aiments are entered into
mgh. in ll,e Uniters.ty Aud.lorium thus ,Ure ' : fc- I-t night. 42; "' ""' ' ' wilh mucl "nlllZa.m by the tuden."
sounde.1 the kejnote ..f his s,Wech on P". 0.93 One ,ear ago, high- According ,. E. U Stephens repre- ,U,un ie, for
M.fcn. a,I ,ic.ries-. He reuewed "' 4a; Iu'- 36! Pcipi.a.ion, 0.00. "'"'' from Columb,a..he Punr of P
l - ..i. 1 . r .i . 'ie cainerins wa- 10 nrinz procure 10
the. arc(,ninlihmrnw nl Urn roninrmc t ' . I " "
of the centuries !
scicninc. ui and reliaous, and .1 ; KANSAS CITY THEATER IS
-smii ii"- uiiLiiijii. in muse nnvm nc
trrmnl "barkward looking pessimists' to
bear on the Constitutional Cnenlion
tainments such as the students in the
r-i .1 !::..: ..r ..: o ..:! " "J"-- iiusc ai iijiiu.
----...... mj . mi m: Clllllllltlllllll III o-iiiiiii n inline
WRECKED BY EXPLOSION II, which limits property iniestmcnts of SERVICES ARE HELD FOR
' l.: r .; TL .r -. ...n . . .
religious organizations. This section is
Sin.lir nrii'.ris.. ntnnf llinA !!.. Afntrh l.icrlilfut Iiv l.n!l.. T:.n
" I t ."-s MiUQ. - -..f,....M J nailHUI Jllll(;a r 11
"Eul- he said, i. t'ic exception and Gas Fr0 Leaking Pipes aSr. ,W"' ... ,. .
, . ' . ciiciMiuii, anu , n. ' 'Ta' no religious corporation can lie
then fore attracts atlention. Ecn ex- 57j,00O Damage. . .. . . r . .
i "". i..i.i r o established in this state, except such a
ception .!.-s that. Our newpaper, cry r c.VM. may Ik- created under a general law for
aloud .;. the siroets ll, wrongdoings of ASAs Cm. Dec. 7-An explosion ,llc ,,,,.,. nj of ,lIir. the title In
man That is becau-e wronSiloing i the earl) toda, wrecked the Doric Theater suc, rca ratc as may be prescriln-d by
cic-ptien. Ti,e Devil ,, a great ader- and damaged adjoining buildings in the aw for cllurc, edlficcSi psonag and
User. Let us not therefore imagine that center of the business district here. The cemotPiieO
ice worij is wnoil) Dan Dccaue ol Uns. I explosion occurred when Isobert Davis,
Going on to explain that all our pro-' ian'Iori struck a match which ignited
gns has been for the best, despite the Sa from leaking pipes. Datis was ser
effortf of 'onr- to paint a black picture '"'')' burned. Tile damage was esti
of the world, Doctor Snonden took up a ' mat"l a' J75.000.
discussion of material, moral, social, re-, .
Iigious and world progress H0GS BRING S8.25 A HUNDRED
-In the fu Id of material progress," he . Net Gain to Shippers Ranges From
said, "a hundred new sciences haic been I $7.70 to $7.85.
deicloiw-d within the last century. These Two carloads of hogs shipped Tuc
.MISS SALLIE BEDFORD
Christian College Club Passes Reso
lutions in Memory of Former
The Christian College Club held a
memorial scrticc for Mi.s Sallie Iledford
at Mi.Miuri Hall, Christian College at 3
ii rturl. litis nftr-rmMin fhi- fnlliiwinc
i nc Clause anccis ciiurcnc, mis.,on- rcs)iun. were ia..ci.
ar) srelce,, colleges, uroinernoous and .Fh. Tiiat hrn Sali(, BcJf(
other forms of organized effort. Al sw,rrii , .mmnn. , -rm, ,.
though the law operates against all ciumbb IM a c;llu.n hose ileaf.
church bodies, including lloman Calluv fnr a mor(. proJ,rc.,i,ef righteous 'com-
nc ami jewisn, u is noi oi such nai munitJ Krrc ,ro,iie,;c f realization,
importance to the former because the "Second: That the church will be ,.wr-
archbishop holds all church proper!) in cr fr lrr alnee, lul the rich heritage
his name. Attorneys who hae made an r ,. vriice anil sacrifice left b Sal-
iniestigation state that thi is the onl) );e Bedford is incomparabl) grea.er than
clause of its kind in any constitution in a 0.e.
the United States. j -XhirtI: That we co-workers in the
Col. M. F Benton of Neosho, spoke in Christian Dilleie Club of which she was
be made all the mjrc terrible. Thy shippers S7.70 to J7.85 a hundred on faor of churches ownng fort)-fic a charter member liae lost from the
same cimi-tsi Lcmoan the fate of the ' da) b) the Boone County Co-opcratiie
world, saing that now science has been i Shippers' Association brought an aer-
uniiigm io sucii a line point, wars will) age ol . per hundred, netting the!
don't or ralher. won't sec the good the basis of home weights. The shippin:
side, the really important side of all thee cost ranged from 50 to 55 cents a hun
rrmarkable incntion. ' dred. The hogs gained from two to two
buminc THL KMfE I and one-half pounds a head.
-Vlh), a knife is a fine thing with Tho' shipping were J. 0. Crane, T.
.hick t cut bread. It i also a fine I " Snblett, Jim Arnold, Lit Le.el, Judge
thing with which time womsn could J Clarence Fisher, Luke Hickam, John
cut her husband's throa't. But don't DaT'! 0ra Ankrum, Henry Sapp, John
Mara- the knife; blame the woman. I Har""' 0ra Hombs, Drake Pipes, J. R.
There is just as much sense in arguing SlcPhcn. Charlie Stewart and Ba)
a;ainst knic as against modern scien-1 Logan.
tiEc : inventions. If )ou don't want them, ! BANr)ITs STILL AT LARGE
fv nacK io our primitive caves anil me
acres of land. .Mrs. W. W. Martin also college activities a lo)al, carnct mem
addressed the convention. The Protest- ,er, her hand, were ever ready to take
ants want churches to own hospitals and the tak of dul), her fee: ever read) to
social center" with title, and the colleges so on missions of mrc), her heart, em
and philanthropic institutions to hold
proper!) fee from taxation.
Mr. Stephens spoke in favor of th-(
elimination of the constitutional clause
and especiall) in favor of school pro-
pert) which should be exempt from tax
ation. As the law stands Mr. Stephens
said it is excluding large religious so-
cieties from Missouri because the) can-'
.1. If t .... ll .. rt T i Tiinn nu. n tirrrurlt
me iue oi our pnmoruiai ancestor?. , inrec Jien neia ax, ieico io xe " "" riv (
-Mmlern knowledge is no longer a c-1 Brought Here. An executive committee was organized
crct. Nientific facts are published dai-1 The two bandits who held up andj'" pu'h the matter.
ly in the ncw.papcrs and become the robbed the Palms and Davis lea "m ' JJISSION
prnjKrty of evcrvone. liut, like all good ."onuay nignt nave not )ei Dcen locaieo.
things thev are subject to abus-, like I ' reported, however, that the three
table Imve. Srirnre ran lie and has men being held at Mexico in connection
In used for had numo.es as well as'ith robberies at Sturgeon and Cen.
good I have noliccl that, although the ttaa Monday night will be brought to
pcs.imi.t 'knocks' the good things he Columbia. Descriptions of these men
general!) manages to get his share cf re not been obtained.
Grecn be the grave above the
Frienil of our former da)s.
-None knew thee but to love thee,
iSonc named thee but to praise."
Gimmillec: Mr. W.
V. Pa)ne, .Mrs. D. D. Moss,
Mr. L. D. Shobe.
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Many Prominent Citizens Re
ported to Have Been Assas
sinated in Uprising
TROOPS RETAKE CITY
Mutineers Fail in Dcfens.e of
Town Army Reserves Take
Part in Mutiny Had
Bj VatteJ Fren.
Som, Ilulgaria, Dec. 7. Many prom
inent persons arc reported to have been
' assas.inateil in an uprising at Kostendil
near here, and as a result martial law
was declirrd throughout Bulgaria today.
All restaurants and theaters have been
ordered closed, i b
Troops which were, driven from Kos
tendil by the mutineers re-occupied the
city without serious resistance. Reserve
officers participated in the uprising,
which is now known to hae been led
by three nlotters known as Alexanderof.
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iiviiuiivi oiiii tiiuaiui(
'HAMMER SLAYER" ELUDES
AN ARMY OF DETECTIVE3
Clara Phillips Still at Large as
Trains, Roads and Landing
Fields are Guarded.
Will Columbia Fall to Fill It?
Bj tmttttt Vrif.
Chicago, Dec. 7. Tlie wildest hunt
for a woman in the history of the coun
try was on toda) as an army of detectives
i searched madly fnr Clara Phillips, tho
Every eastbound train from the Pacific
Ilia.! UH !in-liil liir nthfmrm uilli Si!- II
that she was aboard. Landing fields were
I bseiged by officers who had remors that
she was coming hy air. Carages
i and tilling stations were ordered
Io keep an e)e out for the fleeing woman.
Tips were received from several cities
and towns that she had been seen.
WOODMEN REAR E. E. MURPHY Accused of Cracking Gam.
100 New Me Libers Are Initiated Chicaco, Dec. 7. Philip Brotlzky,
After Banquet. j
The liannut! f thft MrwIrn Wrwulmcn
of Aoieiica 'fttXA Iat night at the First
rrminMc fn I he ralK ol Ihr untortLm
a'e. -May we emu'atc her life. 'fMeinber of lNevrT'arliamRnt Is- 's''' :! a" '"fcd ty
Murdered hy Insurgents
persons. The rain prevented many mem'
bers from lodges in surrounding towns
from attending. E. E. Murph) of Kan
sas gave a short talk. i
Following the banquet initiatory exer-'
cis were held for 100 candidates of the.
accused of cracking his gum in pub
lic, was freed on a charge of disturb
ing the peace by a jury in Judge Ja
cobs' court today. Miss Irene Kra
mer who brought the charge, left the
courtroom as experts who testified,
cracked their gum in chorus. They
had declared cracking gum in Chi
cago was not a misdemeanor as gum
built Chicago's largest skyscraper.
Y. W. BAZAR AT CHRISTIAN
nr.l.r -.1 tf. I C. C F Ifitt Tun linn.
dred end fifty candidates, representing PAST0R
Democratic State Committee Files
Campaign Expense Account
The Republican Slate Committee, ac
cording to its tabulation of receipts and
I Y. M. C. A. NOT TO BE CLOSED
Slaver), nolvgamv, and the more recent I
liquor traffic, all of which have gone the 'Sale Will Not Affect Running of
a) nf forbidden social institutions, wer- tne Dormitory.
next li-cu-scd under moral and social . The proposed salef the Y. M. C A.
development. I Building has given the impression to
-i. : i .1 i.:i.:.: ... f . A some that the building is to be closed.
.. is .... ...al IUU...U....... ". .,...,... rill l.-.s nrU.nt
r kin I .ll-l-IUlll IV xinutil .,....-, ,...-...
of Y. M. C A, the sale of the building
will not affect the running of the dor
mitor). The sale is simpl) a part of the
on tlip countiy overnight when our bo)S
were fighting across the water and could
n't he here to decide," exclaimed Doctor
Snnwden wilh emphasis. "Those who
sa) tiiat forjet that prohibition has been
approaching for a hundred )ears. It i
the result of a centur) of thinking, and
ia the will of the people to throw off the
accurcd joke which has bound mankind,
ever since the world began.
iilvus, nicius nccocMitD
He explained that we were but mak
ing a beginning in these steps toward
'dorm, and that as vet such measures
as protect child labor, insure sanitation.
Rive protection from dangerous machin-
er), ami offer labor better living condi
KING MAY GO TO
Report He Will Open Free State
Parliament Not Confirmed.
Br U ireten Telephone.
London, Dec. 7. The Liverpool Cour
ier today carried a report filial King
George ma) go personally to open the
Irish Free State parliament. Cabinet
officers refue to-'confirm the report.
Honor System Will Be Discussed.
There will be a meeting of the
t 4- Tt? . ..! f . AAhrutai4 AT
tons, were onl) starts toward ideal-. Hu- pu scuss.u., ..--
m rizhts am. i .his dav and age. . representative students, a i o clock this
rising above ,,r...r.v rieht, he oointed ' cning al the Sigma Ui. house to take
In talking about religious progress,
I)-tor Snow den emphasized the fact
that "the water-tight compartments of
sctariani.m'' were breaking down, and
that a united Christianity "with one
- . iurv.riiii.iii " s ." -7
j" '. one "P'ora. and one ork J '0f ,l,e approaching final examination'
" mil some na) ninu me iianuns m
religious ties,Uut will be everlasting. He) To Address Pike County Alumni.
up the question, "Can the Honor S)S'
tem Be Enforced?" University women
are to be admitted to these meetings
and the) in turn will hold meetings . of j,, &;
among the women of the University., , r .. ...
Student attention is turning to the en
forcement of the honor s)stem in view
Will Confer With Those Interested
in .Missionary Work.
Mi-s Osrie Sanders, traveling sccr--
tar) of the Board of Missions of the
Methodic Episcopal Church, South is
in Columbia In talk to any person who disbursement", spent S44.32Z27 in th
is interested in any phase of the mission- campaign ending November 7. The tab-
ar program. ulation will be filed with the recorder of
Miss Sanders will have conference deeds in St. Louis. The largest contri
hours in tlie Bible College from 9 to 12 bution was from the National llepubli
a. m. and from 3 to 5 p. m. each da) this can Sectorial Committee, and the high
week, est individual subscription was from
Her work is with the state institutions Senator Selden P. Spencer who gave
of the South. She has come here after $600.
visiting the state school of Texas, Arkan-1 The Democratic State Committee re-
sas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. She re- ports in its tabulation that out of $21,-
ports that the interest in these schools in 820 received, 324.546.52 was used in
the missionar) program of the church is campaign expenses. Samuel Lazarus
high. Many young people in state insti- gave the largest individual sub-cription,
tulions are taking up missionary service Si,000. ine candidates for circuit
as a life work. judgeships gave $500 apiece, and ten
4 TO ATTEND CENTENARY lhcr c"JiJ"" g"C ' ''le S"m
President J. c73o to Speak at CAMPAIGN COSTS ARE FILED
Mendel-Pasteur Celebration. jirS- st. Clair-Moss Spent $2,287.49
President J. C Jones will deliver tluv Brewster. S3.000.
Greetings at the evening convocation of' je eipense account of Mrs. L. W.
the .lendel-fasteur Lentenar) celeura- St- ciair-Mo-s, candidate for representa
tion cd the St. Louis Univers) on next .:. ; Gn!:rc, from the Eichth Dis-
lueda). Ur. Ou) u io)es ur. . i- ,r;ci, wa8 $2,287.19, as filed in the of
Curtis and Dr. Ceorge Lefevre are also fice of ,ll(. .etar) of state at Jefferson
going from the Universit) of Missouri. Citv.
Prof. Herbert S. Jennings of Johns fflc e,K.nv account f6r R. R. 3rew
Hopkin. Universit), one of the foremost .,er cinauhtr for tIle ijnle,i Stalc5
authorities on genetics and evolution, s,..,. wa, $3000.
will give an address on Mendel and Prof. '
Victor C Vaughan, chairman of the Di- Kerner Making Lecture Tour.
ience, National Re- In a series of lectures to smaller col-
search Council, will talk on Pasteur. leges in Illinois and Indiana, Prof. R.
Bj Vtulei treit.
Dlblin, Dec. 7. Insurgents shot to
death one of the new members of the
Free State Parliament and mortally
wounded another deputy. The slain man
was named Hail and the wounded man.
O'Meary. Tlie) were attacked b) the in
surgents with revolvers.
Tin ili-milii-s UPrP sv&nrn in . -.tnlnv
as members of the southern parliament. Shn " members. Lat night was j,cr 0f tne Ro,arJ Club of Hannibal, Mo.
Christmas Sale Makes $85 $25
Goes to Schools of Orient.
The Y. V. C A. of Christian Colleca
made $85 at a Christmas bazar Monday
afternoon in the home economics rooms
ir Vf:. ...: ir.ii fl.:. ;. . i
ui .uifsuuii iitiii. i ins jiivncy 19 iw uo
used for the expenses of the organiza
tion for the year.
Only students and faculty members at
tended the bazar. Japanese novelties
J were sold by girls in costumes at the
The) took their oath of office at the Par- j
Japanese booth. The orchestra pli)rd
CLUB J m a Christmas booth decorated in red
i unit trrin In 9 lilni. mil ,liilw lw.it
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.,1C mi. ....p ... v.u...y, a u. I'atterson Will Uirect Kotar'- handmade articles were sold. Candy
were up for initiation but not all were! Ctub Weekiy Publication. Iwa9 d;.p!a)fd in a 1-ooth of red rose,,
able to attend and will be taken in at aj The Rev. C J. Armstrong, pastor of All the foo.1 was prepare.1 by the do
later date. The local lodge received, th. r:r, Christian Church and a mem- m-..: .,: ,1. 1 i.i r .i.
mvaiiv svi.liv,v, i,iar-i3 bliu 9VIII tllFtll iiic
kitchen. Hot chocolate, sandwiches and
the termination of a two-months mem-
STOCK SALE HERE
( spoke to the Columbia Rotary Club, atjp;f wrre on lh menu.
i- i.i i .ii- .'..- .
nersinp campaign c-onnuciea uy me ,. Iunc lcon -t the Daniel Boone Tavern' Tw,niv.f;. ,l.,ll. r iH. :.
t ! i .-SBsy.v-ssBMBTsr..aj .t.VAS-l. T
.camps in the count). The present mem.'toda)( on lrK. v,otv of the organization I , be gi,en to the funj for ,he KlooIs
TODAY 1-I"P " 2o00. I at Hannibal. f the Orient.
Frank Deanng, of the Stephens t'ub-
HUNT ON MISSISSIPPI
ruling handed down from the Attornev-
It was decided at the luncheon to 'General's office to the game and fish
u.i ..i.w...j .... .... .... i , joo,ij, iin u.c iacc oi .""""'dirrcllun ot U. U. I'atlerson, p
well attended and the stock sold well, claimed that he should have been re-jjn the School of Journalism.
Colonel Mack was auctioneer for the I turned winner by 5,000. He gave no-' C. D. Matthews of Raleigh, N.
, I . . ... . J. Kerner nf the history department of
Eleven Students Have Diphtheria. , Ullheril is rfprLnting the In-
Eleven caes of diphtheria among Urn- .rna,iona, lUhlinn. Committee this
vers.ty students are being cared for at Wffk .he H.am .$
I..V who thought the Bible R. L. Hill will leave tomorrow fn,hfm ;
ml to be studied from the ! Louisiana. Mo, to attend a banquet Noni,
Parker Memorial Hospital. None d
is serious, however. Dr. vt. A.
Good Crowd at State Farm and ELECTION FRAUD CHARGED , ,ish;ng Co dc6Cribed the work of this ' MAY
Cattle Brine Good Prices. . . :n .u. ....ui.-.i.: c
"Go 5ejn, all th?,l .nUvid CtS,. - , - ,, , State Licenses Hold Anywhere or,
I I.ein." was the advice Co . J. E. w the Mal. The comp3ny has . nati(mal! H.ver OpposUe M.ssoun.
Mack, cattle auctioneer, gave the pros-j jtlrtRS0N Cin Dec. 7.-Charglng ir-1 business, Mr. Dearing said. ' Vson Citv. Dec. 7.-HoUer of
pectivc bu)ers at Ihe McAllister and , reguIarit and inaccurac) in the count- R. L. Hill was elected chairman of the, (,at(. lunling an(l ii,nin. Unn
Hagen dispersion sale this afternoon. , !ng f i,,!, in ,he rccen, election, , convention committee to make arrange. . nunl any whfr(. aIon(5 ,hc Mi;ippi
E. C. McAll.-ler and N. I.. Hagen. T)a,;j w defeated candidate for.ments for the club's representation at Kiter l,e,Hfen thr north and south
wc.. Known i.reeoers ... pure oiru ..".-ijurfse 0 ,he it. Louis Court ol Appeals, , he International RoUry Club conven-' boundaries of the state, according to a
sic... w.i.c a.m .fe .,,. . ...... led fu oeiore tne state supreme t,on t0 De held in St. Louis in June. 'r
hogs, have dissolved partner-hip. Ihe) Court contesting the election of Judge
dispo-cd of their stock at an auction i. Dauss, Republican. I issue a weekly publication for the Ro- Lnmrn:.;ni.r ,,i,
sale held at the Stock Judging Pavilion. Bigg., defeated by a vote of 154,299 !., ri.il. nf Columbia. I.. lm under the Tl.. ...i:. -I.:..!. :. r .!.:. :. .
.... r i-L 1 ' I , '"- uiiii),, niian i "ft linn 'nitric;!.
on Ihe Universit, Farm. The sale ,, 153fi6h on h(. face of rcIum,ldirrction of D. D. Patterson, professor!,,, duck hunters, allows hunter, to run
!-...-- . 1
their lioats into inlets in islands which
C WaS '(.. ItnrlP I li lt.l..llllnn r.f IIIIhaI. !.
..i. . i r-i vr n I .l .:.!.. .- .... . 1 1 f.. ..:.: n I .... ... ... j-.. .... ., .
taiuc ssiic aim s-ui. n. s. sv..i.... lice vi.ai lie wouiu i c a ueuiiuii ii.i un.- . -UP, ni h. ruh at the luncheon. I...i:. ... .. mr r .1. :.
sold the hogs. S. M. Bright, assistant ember 16, specifically citing alleged! k;i.:,..i
... r, r. . f . . . .. IrillD TIC! OnUUDI V WETTtf nilllieO.
secretary ol me Doone uouni) irusi misconduct al tne polls. 'oo no .iuj.d-. u. . n.v
Co was clerL , . . . . .. . . WATCHING FOR MRS. PHILLIPS
ah f ,1.. i. v,r ,!t muni!., nl.l BURN EFFIGY OF GOVERNOR omens Organization to Give Pro-1
were iruaranteed to be free from tuber-, ram for P'yKround Fund- Chicago Police Squad Search Lo
Xif r rL, hLor Tnlv a ,.art of 50 Youths in 0r SM io Be Uni" The Bu"- Women'9 IJIe Mour a"b " Aidw Train and Arrest Two.
culo-is. At a late hour onl) a part ot teraity Students. .having a "Home-Play Week" in the in- B, vxi r,u
the ca,,le ""' bem '0,a- B, Li,J P,.,t. terest of 'the Douglas. School playground.! Chicaco, Dee. 7. Two women were
WRIPHTTAsF II S IIFVRING 0xroBD', M,5'7 7,rV,I. .". (This movement will mark the beginning ' "re-tcd today when they alighted from
WRIGHT CASE HAS HEARING jCo,crnor M. Rusll of Mississippi rf a ieffcf of rfot fa of DoulJ. lhe .V0hwe.tern limited No. 8. from
Defendant Accused of Attacking as h,an ""r"1 llh gasoline and uj SchcM bv ,ariouJ m-l3ll organic. Los Angeles. Police were acting on a tip
Major Stilson With Hammer. rn,f'1 ' ,Y bJ ' fT? ,, .ty lions. 'ha' Clara Phillip., eaped "hammer
The preliminary hearing of nay )outh. aid to be students of the Univer- The -paJ. Week" will close Friday i n""'l," was aboard. Mrs. Phillips
Wright, accused with assault with ;n.,sii) of Miss,.s,pP,. The orgy took place .;. uh a piay program and ex- not on the train when it arrive.1. and
tent to kill Major StiIon, was to be held, iu" off the "mpus. 'hibit in McKinney's Hall. Each grade' H' declare that the two women taken
this afternoon at the office of the sh'r-l Enn"' of ,he university student, for n he y, Mi rfpre. into custod, had no connection with
ff. "w w,.c""". T6,' "'i "e "":cu. wnted. illustrating sort of a game. There "K 'i'iP eav?.
Wright is accused of having attacked iraiernai soc.ei.es .mm ...e ....-., .a- w.,, mV fc ,he frora' cnriFTV
Stilson with a hammer last September. "- " cu' ,he lance chluI'- ,he high school, and esthetic dancing by "fcl'tAKb hOUETY
The case was set for trial on an earlier ,,. ,, . ,-g PPENDICITIS ,hc g" ' "ursc T"'lM Two to Hospital for
da'e but was postponed because Slil- " " The children of this school have Tonsilar Operation.
son was unable to attend. Bettv Jane Hughes and Vera Kahl .written more than four hundred essays Mrs. Harriett Jnhnon. visiting nurse
p V. Rnwlsnrl. Dr. J. E. Thornton. ftnrlA llnnn Tht Mnrntnv nn thfi .llbieels nf "House Plar" and of the Columbia Pi.M.r Wrlfar Sn.
deputy county heaun commis- uniteJ Statei a, this time Hi. aim is Forrest Kenneth and Mike Kennedy are jj;., Rtt,v jane Jughe, a senior in "backward pla) grounds." ciely, look two children lo the Boonu
lo give unbiased accounts of the inter
national problems which confront the
as too sacri'
scholars standpoint, and commended the gi,en b) the me ooumy rtiumni " advises that all peron, espc- . ,, ' , ". -"" ", , "
work of ,1,- l,,,w' :,;,. ; makinE the Z.rJ. Rov E. Keller, a former stu-1 ' "er' !T" T.:.' 1Z '.... ac(Iua'" "'e "dent. with both witness for the state
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"Me "More human, more religious and dent in the College oi ."c.urJure; houkl have them examined at once,
"ore .Irvine than it has ever been be- nresidrnf of tli- association, Mr. Hill
fore. wjll explain the new plan of organ'z- jrs Gillaspie Buried Today
TTie church." be .aid. "uscA. to be in2 a .late-wide alumni association
cwncernr.1 w5il. Jislf .-.Inni-. It cared will also empha'tze the importance
little f..r srvl. , r...is;dr !i four walls. ,1,- University budget to be preen
It did not havr a siH-ial fJiristianity. The at llie next Legislature. He will return ra, Df town. The Rev. W. S. St. Clair
wia! g...pel had not gotten ulide its Sunda).
r. Mm all .hi. ,s heing cnangeo anu Directors Appointed
lln.l fT,,(i:. ,.rt KoTntr fXTTltUl nil vM i.rv.. r w
- UHS4 X llitlll "V.HS " '& "- --
W our ho-jiital. and social insliliition.
' vanous -.iris.
anJ Funeral service, for Mr. Rella Had-h """ left Sunda) to be gone;, week. I y ttn' 0id, ,,e voungest ten He of Arts and .Science, alo had an, yUly Franc
ofCia?,e were held .hi. morning a, 10 M and 5 Infants"! in nre.-". burned lo death in a fire ?J appendie-... Her home , j , M
' o'clock at the home ten mile, norlh- r t.u ,,,. which delro)ed their liome early to-," ,nlr- Lit- , Carty, 322 Cor.
'County Hospital this morning to have
DEATH,nc;r ,on,ji, ,,!.
Years " " "0P:a 'WI next year, il Ihe char
ity drive I succes-Iul, the .oeiety will
Iembcr of the Univerit) Student Service for -Miss Sallie Bedford.
Council who will have charge of the memorial service for Miss Sallie
election, were appointed Tuesday Bedford will be held at Ihe aerablv
t C.L.J Af fiirftaliini ik aa Anpgtd
IIIC sT II Wl VI jvuinaiiruit na? vii.u.i.u nini..fifmi n WttCTC
niipranl :nins! I ..! Tnn.l ' ' ' ' . T.5A a'oIaaU (hia nvvrnmir at WT. -' -w "Mu
"iiiii tiuciuainiiidi hum iidtiuuai , uil i .ov unuva. ." M""'e
events, and to explain and create inter- Four Children Burned to Ileatn. ker Mrpwria, i0u for apPendiciti.. JUry prince8 McCarty. 3
est in existing problem.. Profeor Br J'"'"' T,'" v. I,:i.lr. th. Miss era Kahl, freshman in the Col- OM Died LasfXirht
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I -C l.li (ml SkAIne lln tlSil STl . . mm - A ttm mtlm fi. rr An mnvs .f hia Lsnl r.f
rrances -Mcuny, j-year-oiu "- -' " " -" " '
.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mc "-
Urges "Prayerful Spanking."
By Imittd frttt.
New Yonic, Dec. 7. "A careful,
pra)erful spanking" once a week
was urgnl b) Mrs. Smith Alfonl,
speaking before the Big Brothers
Gordon street, died of dioh.
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E.cene. Ore.. Dec. 7-Mrs Iver John- dav. A hiah wind blowing through an -- ""f" us "". cn" appenu.- lhcria ,a n;Rh, Th(. funera, Iook pIace
of Columbia officiated. Mrs. Gillaspie sn and five children, the oldfst 5 vear. open window turned over a kerovne "' r me time and was in tne nov u 2;30 0.cIock ,hi, jfioon. Short
wa. buried in the Columbia Cemelerv. ..Id. were burned to death here following lamp, causing the frame house to bur.t P"aI l,h 3n acute al,ack "Te"' "" service, were held at the Columbia
an oil stove explo-ion in the Johnson into flame.. a"n' Cemeler).
other children and several
adult, were severe!) burned.
Dr. Smith Returns to Columbia. .
Smith ha returned from
Circle to Elect New Officers.
The Cunningham Grcle will elect of.
Joe Janousek 111 In Hospital.
Jut Janouek, owner of the Janousek
losing . w... u. ,,...i , a 3 mw.ting ,(f thu iwim Tho. merting of the Women's Council Fn- Fannie Matthews Circle to .Meet. ' ExceMor Spring, where he attended the Art Simp, became ill a a result ol a f,Cer at the regular monthly meeting
Hwe.l that ! was ,nipo.s,ble tor nation . Ipd vm. , w HmKa, freshman day at the Christian Church. Services The Fannir Matthew. cir.Ie of the funeral of Mr. Smith, father, Samuel cold contracted at lhe Thank.giving at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow aft-moon at
i i-ulate themIves. .Modem lile, lie . Tr,- Mnl.omore elee- .: ,, n VrL. Tlie service will It-,,,;., n.i.n-1. :n . .. .1. I.nn vi-..lr t.,. .Il li.t Tiielar. Mr', 'im and wa taken to the H.mn- it,,. lM,me of . G. Harrison, 12H0 Pari.
-Mid. anil inmli-rn mi-nn of c.mmiiiiiea- r,rx' ... i .. . i . . . . i ...... ' !........! r .i ".. r II. ..:..! X...l. t, !.... .. vr r l.ll-. ..l f.. II
.on: K. U liu.li, junior eiecium; aii take tlie place ol tne regular mi-.ionar) ,,l .Mr. t. w. Mephen. at 2:30 oclock Smith will not return -Iwiore me nr-i ... u.uni) ...i-j"... .'-". - ma... -. . ... ... ... . ...
melt week. fa seks cvnunion not .uiiuiu .uuaj. ji, iraig wiu aci as uvsicsscs.
(Continued on page tico)
(John Miller, senior election.
Legion to Meet .Monday.
Th regular meeting of the American.
1.1-gHin will b hrld at tbi- Legion head
luarter. ne,xt Monday evening. Election
. of officers, for 1923 will take place.
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