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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

?A' .v . '-r.j- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSO Ja---SK-i I&1 .S' Tmm THIRTEEN! il YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. THUItSDAYSEinrFMltFr; o, 192o! BERLLN WONT FIGHT POLAM) THE flEATJII-R , WILL EXPOSE la f ! Ihr .MUsiiurlaii UuInr Office In 1 1nrinlu Hide, lionnstslre. Tlie ollicn in llw Jit If. Ncff Half are nut finishnl. Until Oct. 1 ilhs busincsi office of Tlie CulumbU yc ning MitQurun Mill rrmsin in ils present Ixuitiun and is tclrplionr number Mill be tlie'sime, IVo. 5Tk fc The nei office Mil be in iwiuler Hall, i-lmne No 27 1. f For CoWrutiU aaI iciail-t Cvkvrally . , rrz s v.;''ywf"3 f -?.-.. , GROWING! '. . ;f INES ' SHf,FiH G.O.P.PLANS German Government Refuses to Help Bolshcviki Rreak - Versailles Treaty. E. II. Moore, Cox's Manager, to Committee Willi Funds Records. ctmaJ a-trol 1-Mt4.kl aaal lilda. lor MiMMirtr lmtlld bat laaall-r fatr 1. Bifkt 44 ), actae-ahal CW BMlht par Ima ik-MikU ! VUATHLR COMllIONS ' l3il t bmJii t-Vtwu lura fa lira (a T(k OH-Hn. ArkHw. aJ tb aa a era I 4j...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

!;&' yg srK7;-j-. , &,:-..,. s--si y Z03L& &' vfeSsJ? ' vi '; -im.,5j, -" u Ui i" . ? Wi -I T t 41 . . . cini' t- lfPStFSspSFWSJ ' faPW'' , V- PAGETTWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920. bcr? House 'ceds Bcnalr. I enoiill- funds to remodel, repaint" and i ee-H.i4 rc. tremrer the ft-rciin office, it hasn't seen IpHiUN, Sept- J. Though the gov- its vrsy clear ' mating needed repair result, the roof looU leak and cer tainlr needs a new coat of shingle. The lienor needs scrubbing, and the palace" of President Ehert. As tenor could stand emlHlishine. fcJ roil" E- - tik - mnna Chocolate Shop Ujion jour return 10 Columbia jou find a Chocolate Shop, A Place where jou get real drink-, sencd in llierirht way. Our Drink:, are make to please the most elite people and we extend jou an imitation to come in and visit iis. TO SERVE -YOU RIGHT IS OUR MOTTO We arc alto carrjirg a complete line of box and hulk Candy. Be sure to try tonic the next time you ate...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

Wfs w 1 ffl! 1 AontH'S ut (OIL MIOKTAOE Le. ,'.T,ntfrTr THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1920. ! J At fact llul Minctv tUussrd more i a vrar. while j, lht t imcd S-aic Ll Bits are enpMcil ' !- inilu-irj U.li jut lur lOIB , .,, CI million Ikiu an I inmost of wages has mi far U-en oc- lunilt 191'J It uj 141 n,i!,..rt in i'. compsmcd li) a redaction in output ami ire r ase in tlia: yar b- !n attributed 1 1 coiners arc uriiocii ny many people tne grut striU. 10 jc i.clijefa'eiy nMricting output as fret Cemnn-, To Mar Home. lart cf a plan to force nationalisation "Br l"l Tri. uf tic mice. HEULIN. cep. 2. Tlir Crrman gov- The entry of Aircrlca into tl c coal crnmrct and especially the emigration Lipurtiig tiadi- is followed bv the is. Gce arc opponents of em'gration. Tlicy formation lliat China is also entering art cuaunced thai such ersons as dr ain ois im-soup- a senous la.tor. Arcer .irr t,. , mimic are inst ihe n-ole lit In rclain at borne In llw iiation. The pr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

-c AA - Jtt$ t 5r W & ? rr r ? c? l Di'rr vniTD THE COLUMBIA 'VENL&MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1920. jprmi, " & w- Sf- K-j lY r? r - '. Bi !5ft f: 'lis m." !rf - THP. mTTIMPlTA -EVENING 'MISSOURIAN '"VaHaM nrr mb n Saaiar J Maaaariaa hUU Aiaarlallaa. be Itrft M .CafaaAia.Thawl. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Manager. sDisaurnoN suns Ctrl. yi U.J5; J aab, t.1.00: pwt : aaar I ml Br aUI la bw CII Tor. tJJJ; Muki H.JJ; J au. M caala, OataUa iaa aauatvl Tot. J: I aalk ILSSl la. caala. raratla i .Moan. KaW AaJk km af Cirt.UiUa. fatrfJ as Mraa4.lu a.11 uhm. Afcaal li,S V . l fr sailtiaa at wtU ma af a"l pas. Tula! fat la Sactloa 1103, Act af Odoaar 3. H aataanjai SMto 3a. JMJ. TEUmoKC ifcmns Wea. 17a, imiJ aa4 CIcaaua. fata Octaaar 1. Ua Uaalaai affica al K auia U laa YlfiUia Bios, aoaaauln. THE MIS90TJRIAX OF TODAY The Missourian, fim issued in 1908 u the laboratory product of the School of JonnulUm of the University of Mis souri, begins today its thirteenth year. Through the genero...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

w V -viS'? :t.' f3&3&& Sf ';v sll Nt f - n r 2- II RIVER' FREIGHT HAULED OVER OLD PLANK ROAD The plant road which was built from boat. The boats had no set schedule for Columbia to ProiiJence about 1853 was (traveling. They, were supposeil to cum the first of lis kind in the state ilh the ' aboo ry three dajj. hut Jt oflrrt hap- " lSOLIMa1 lssible exception of one at St. Charles. pened tliat one nnM get Huci on a P.c .mm; in upm ..uu. ...c- MRdiar anj ,,,.. fl)r , cou ;e ,)f THE COLUMBIA-EVENING' MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1920. te 'nat'ed'TftnfMISSOURIAN IN few years and repiiced with gratel. It was on practical I - the same ground that jou ride oyer today when ou travel on I lie Providence road. r, ,r:S' L'HEKx ICKEASE - as-iu wvi idiur vu riciiuiiHiiiia uu c- . .. j the Missouri Kivrr to rroriJcW, dis. ua7. k' " " I..;.inp rmharkrd there and proceeded on to Co- M P "P n.l arrive it Pro. luralia It, hoihacV. in a had. aSon j nre '"" "' connection ere Eol or wha...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

B.cfcjs .: w, V i -"! rtSTTJI"?!! wi. ?rft.'TrTV . - '- J " 'T . ,,. . JE'SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENINGvMTSSOURTAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1920. PTO IN ff .MS; 'JStt SKIRTS WERE LARGE; to the regular bi i. iuc j-vi. n - A T A XTTnvD O contained ij!stre:ed feature ttories about ! IVI f l 1 P.Kv ' small town then . There was no trie- lie was benished from the tate and was i fxaph. There were nw cutcs an J no .forbidden la 20 further south than Inni STlF-H TN XSS!jiP1ioik- T,ie raircicnH didn't tie anapni:. On the petilion liver goous. Ls still called Corajjnjr. the Ma'lhews Hardware If )ou wanted an)ihiug frotd, wSnoed Fnra. I'ar Fire) l.ia.v i-ore info the world of 1833, married It was the. urn: way .with the young msi.Ioa had to lake a, market basket scil pet recalled bv- President Uncoln and Le -. But nowl",!""?"?' " J"-"" , -- "'. ,7 rarr-e borne. r$MQrPtrvi?AT Si -. A J-i.fl It. - icrscr ami tiinga in and tboui Col inn : i ... 1 t . - HukI! AI. i.rauy. liaipo 11. lumerbtiore ihe. Gul ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

taj & -K -ViX ..- rf- .v .. eea VP "- ' ' - J LOCAL DESIGNER NATION .-i.i f A i.n.qce indusry tl.mo r. oic f rxlunbias .u. arerta. I'a lr a ccjr home ct Tliiiljor titcct nbmhanl 1402 and luc a:lsiii within. ?.o adrcr.isernrnt lirnri to the mentis if tie public i! nee.1 fir Ue ponds maue Jrt oruers are dyM t i daily I. iw.ii IJ&prcad as W WL .San ! ranc,.. tm-.una-i. IicU- ui, .. a, aiJ Cvluinbus, Omo. Mrs A. I. Wcsleott, founder. or.rr and manager of this len-factory, em- Ild)in from fifteen t twenty EfK tellaj hH her trde .n, clIumvs design in chldrcn's vesr and iron-na viais's rri inaleJ. grew and prosrred circ'x through iLe wod ord id satisfied eu tomc.9. h- said "I Ikt: ala:s I'one in ti in; a-d rmliroidcrjf oik. 6m- c-jht vears apo 1 ii-ciued to sell nm! ia ray OfiRns lo a lew incnus. mere I'l-nas ' lo eonc tl uealtu ilri'ulitly my in turn told ctlirs and t!ic drumi J for ea'loniets lire in Ii!e!s here i!h- rluld Puk! caetl roe to tliiiA i.f a ujy ti ren imt lie lept we...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 September 1920

& ' -Ij t W1 'r"-rf?' THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOURIAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1920. P-fcKJHT IA Whafls Christianity? P2E LSS - j ? m vi "i'H fffr 'u a - w If iLa nrnlilnrv t rwa il tlltnr Innwm Kb." vwnaen try vr. uiarlcs A. uihctiu 01 u ,-.. , ..,,-- .. E. I"? a the UnirersitT and publnheil in llie as barbarwn must be .upturned br ui K5.' . Arbitrator.) rntirclr different 'TPe of Me before A ' r ran liaie Irue cuuixalion. neirerthe- fei 1 WL. I rS3. a it . . . H..1. I -. I l II pi V f uirisuaiuij iws qucMH'" es l"c meais uu auwunu m an oio- oiieai oeen discussed trom the stanl-' cr ijk- culture, may peiust lor an 111 jr mA of Ihrolotr and ethics: but il tmlrfuiiie lime alongside o( the new, nay add iateresl to the discussion lu ue the new type u emerging. Thu yilauii the question from tlie, standpoint ,,! a conflict between the old and the J nadologT and anthropology, (new; ami it is this which explains the Na historical movement ha been j ptj mural conflicts in modern civiliza...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

- " - . $F -x i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN? COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FK1DAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920. NUMBER? THIRTEENTH YEAR T " ,ra I?. K. C. BOOSTERS SEE COLUMBIA Commercial .Club of Columbia Entertains the Tourists With a Banquet. BAD ROADS IN BOONE X). Three Accidents Between Here and Rocheport -No One Injured. A complete realization of the need of a better metliod of financing the Uni versity of Missouri ia the definite thing that the 1 13 limine men ami women of Kansas Ct oho visited Columbia last night Hill take batk with Ibem, ac cording to Hairy S. Frazer, one of the part). IMa)rd by hail matt betw-cn here and ICmhepuit, b punctures ami other accident uf tratel, the main body of the aiitoitkihile arty. due hrje at 7 o'rlmk Iat evening, did not arrive until after 9 o'clock. The dinner given by tlie Giramenial Club was served imme diately after the arrival of the majority of t!ie patty. FranV II. Rollins, acting as lna!tiia.cr, inlrudticetl the various speaker. President A. Ross Hi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

&&&&s&gm MS 5e a- "' jai- J j- Tc--lr . &', " -rK V f-r . m m Ksf, THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920. I8E If ME5XCE. v4 ' ' &. . , . !"' r-- .-. o.k-.i. i M Cold Beserre. Competition in Anr Ln.-- lUOCS flat fnMUit-ssjV. Anuririn J rc National Raul: f Cm. -.New ork declares in tbr , Putter In ben at t-.c eo!lete wm-e ontbly. On the other tan) ,n I shin. D mi e the war lis in charge "9n Of the irade. of Japan with jof vocational training of drafled men . Mates since 191 cnipha- Mor ne-siitli ol Hie unneu states, me BrporUdl economic relatHin. position at Purdue lays Uean rcltsr HAD DlYll!.h.N C to the bank. Hdieaies the I.i$lO0O a vcar. a considerable increase Potter To Lfsue K. S. A. C A. A. Potter, dean of engineering !anch director of the engineering experi ment station, Kansas State Agricultural College. has resigned to become deln of engineering of TurJue university, Laf. ... .. T t ..nu ..f ifie Mrnnrest -n unerring e-hnols in...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

QUEEN'S PARTY GAY SPECTAfT E . . Real Excitement Consists In ccine Notables At -i CCing MOiaUiCS At a Close ItailgC. , PLENTY OF FOOD THERE T nil . - i r 10 Uutatll Lard OllC Musi Go Through a Social Examination, (By -Margaret Waller) LOXDON, Sepl. 3.-lf I .liifn't know that we were all indite and will bred men and women I should bale callcil myself and. alut four lhound olirs of the same class vulgar Iwora. the other day at buckingluim I'alace at die queens ast garden par.y.-andtlmslcavms a large margin o 200) douMul. The fact of the matter that the Co- lomal.UJy and Juuy OGtady mil r,-. maid s, ins no matter hat tort ..f dressy the)" wear and no matter where tliey happen to be. . Th.'Pn l great pains will, her invllation lists and at every one of h.r dinners and parlies there arc heaps ot notables so the real excitement of going o M sec at clofc quarters irrt of the Iopl who 1 are Ieing talLe.t and vrntteji alHiut in lire modern fashionable worliL thewo.IJ of polities aniart and s...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

' - 'Tw "71. 4y IT -tNS 1 i E roun THE COLUMBIA-EVENINfr-MISSQURIAy;'lFRlDAYSEPTEMBER 31, 1920, IN COLUMBIA H. Bojrs"cnt lo Su Louis today - , """l"" rMii-j lot U1C ' pjnr- -Mr. Boggs u the in r.l tlij titt.jat r l r - -- "- "w wi vjrvcis lor Democratic Mate committee. ra A. L, Ferzusmi rffnrnfl fnjlv J1H.3L TI In fVl....t.. c r r i- ibe Iter. IL I. Iirl ..f t ..:. visit with his nnrl. r r n,i., ttior of'jlui Columbia Floral Com'nam. i; w..j t iinjaniy lor i?L ;li)Vi Wc fce is to inert his son, James, ,.-. Bona thirtr-da furlough from the Vnilr4 tutcs Naral Academy of An-apoiis. & :! Jlrn. J. F. KooW, of aiicaso, haF&-toU.'lttf1fr Mr MH.l t t I-4 f JVmhrn.m 11,11 UtMiss Helen llocrsch left today for .morrcjinr, where the loll leach history "' in the junior high school. i -uim jiiyrtio i'arker Iclt yesterday to nil the winter in Japan. She mil tiat her sister. Mm FjIiiIi t,,l - "I" missionary there. --Robert Camden went to BoomiHc. Tterilay. ' Mfs Alarr XTiIIm. win Tr,li .. J...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

jywsie "His5fiMpjJs3 WSSII ,v?r u mmmmwmm?mm0m8ga&is3BmS Taf ra -at ' . X, (' 1 a i'-w . jk f pji . I. SOCIETY . crar. inTiimnclTV .vi inc. umviyAOJu. he lulluHin ' i pmpjp. -.a.ee.vwtTo.s.ei'ESiiwr.SSVVT TTTTV" jpUracJ , IW Flidor "ll n D?an i lianlctt. Tlie gucats ueie.Mifce. JUL ! - .'iu.uium a ia.li .it tile i-IUVCTMiy . "imi -uiiiiv jivi aouii i f m t I Farm. It ia for ihr uiinua i.r .lmn. ilencre. Manr Hm Mrwrrn. June. Forirt It. Huilie. B. & in ESII' -. -- -r- -. J . -.... j ' " - " - ' I.. 1 .... 1 liodscs and trances itright. Mi,a Ban- rering. it). ras jTciurnfa to iranirt"-B left is returning to Chicago to continue finrering drawing in lire Scliool of En-( iif-r stuily of art In the Three .Arts t tsineerins- Me was loo jears in army :in!. ilw, senice. ami fur the lat to Tears has been in practical otlv in OLIalunu ami THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SS0URIAN. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1920. r (,l "H. ftU.9 tit IITC . . . . it i n i. n i i i i llnS vue ncw MUdenls and renewing ac...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

-y .y flJ yli - V V lV r YWf " "wzyT I I !&& -- , F"CtJtmmiA' &iJ&sfyjftA& ,1 S.' THE COLUMBIA E.VENIN&-MJppOyRIAN. FRIDAY, SEFJEMBE 1920. ' &aa It tk jgAlFONSO JOHNSON; Manager, j es i1"" ''- '- - - ' SLUsaurnot rates Tn IMS. I wntkt. 11 00; wt llJ-- . i. b - R.tl2H, a .u.k. Ifc, ' U J T Qmf 0 The Missouriari 1 bebcvc irivjhc profession of journalism. I believe thai the public journal is a public trust; tint all connected Kith it arc, to ttc full measure of their responsibility, ,trutces fur the n tt,.l t i- nt,ivtmn In tti.it f Arm I O WRit different methods does the of procec.furer i ' ! proposed amendment o3er? t ' A. The ohjeica' ft, llist JJidcr.-lhei A,-iThe amendment, if carriM, sen aj pree-.t cpnstilulion oaly the-lSWa!uret special election for August, 1921, for Mi ... 1 - .1.- . t ..I. .-i" U . - a. t t.l .. L.1. !. .Ia.!a . can suumil llir irocutn rcr a ECij coll. jSOSTians It uniuc nucmcr uity uisiiv . 'stiluiion and conduct ths 'flections. nn...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

7APr:- J'llSF'W $- 7?J" r ;' ME MEMORIAL TABLET IN JAY H. NEFF HALL! j rrrHrX-V?iu& siifie.j TMnn'affi iMaaa mm i iM i yj-gsKajHBgaaiiii iiiiii tmwtmMmMmmm0aBBmaamBmmammmBiismfamW t TTHE'COLUMBiAEVENINGMISSOURIAN FTJIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1920.- - PACE,SCVEK Columbia Church History The history of some of the Columbia churches dates nearly aa far hart as the r-Itlef3cnt of ihe town. The first cession here of the Baptist riiurch tas held Et the re-ih.ice. of Clmrlra llardia. Noveaibe r 22. 13. .Medina were laid at priiate hous 1 until 1X3 when they bejan to be held ' at lite courthouse. Anions tlie people f wlw represented li-e Jlapb,t church in Columbia in the earl) days were Cliarles Hays, Willi Jewell. Mary Jewell. Wil- ham IliJjvay and Ifonua Hardin. !n 1336 the Uipti-a. anj Mrihorfisis of Co- hiuihia put thir njey tortKer ami 1 ui!t a rhu rb which tliejT enjl 1 ur-e- j'liitly ami in 1811 the UaptisH crertctl a thufLli for iheailv-es tut Ke"t of the courJiDiioe. The first UiplKt i...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 September 1920

$; 3tf?S8M0S5 TT7nr147v KfiV l' fViS : i IWi? &., 'i . . V 7 . A fc-5l -a ( C1 iPAGEKHT x& THE COLUMBIA EARNING WSSOURIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920. . .-aT.VJ. , s- ti 1 1 r r jfe i Lf..- ? fi !- rfij J if i Sfe i &K- a HEADQUARTERS FOR STU D NTS' , y J r '-'t Off ' " ' V & V Billiards Bowlm v, Soda bunch . tjEWi-rr5 i. V' -?. i v ' J , I obacco"v"- Candies t . T- K 1 The Recreation Parlors OPPOSITE COLUMBIA THEATRE , j , ,tv e . - 5f . Daily 'Returns from National and American League Games ? Tr' PHONE 927 ' & Doug Arnett S&mS fr f' ', ?tr "tgas&S , ,"'- - i fA v-. r "wasSsWtv- -SSb&vKmSTO.- '..iiteaVji. - -- nw -'" jo3 :j2&a&asl-ii i." ,?- c fv isa " s- SftT !fA-B- ' fc..Upfiti-w- ; , ..,- ... i.iT.aiii-n., ',..-, .. .. . - " -v ( ISKfaHiB!?fl?gaF3SaBBBHW aMWaaiawBiaah&L

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

y??88 ' '. y' ta,aiJljW THE COLUMBIA EWNING I THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. nua ,i $ vlISSOURLANl CANDIDATES TO SPEAK SEPT. 11 Arthur M. Hyde and John M. Atkinson Will Address Sol dier Meet Here. SEEKING GOVERNORSHIP Prizes For Best Floats in Parade Sham Battle and Athletic Frays. Arthur M. Hyde, Republican candi date for governor of Missouri and John M. Atkinson, the Democratic candidate, hare promised to speak at the reunion of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign War to be held September 11, arcording to an announcement made at a meeting last night of the two societies. William 1 nelson, congressman from this district. Colonel Parker of St. Louis and Dean F. B. Mumford of the College of Agriculture will also- speak. The parade will begin at 1:30 and prizes ill be given for the best floats. The first price will be $50 and the second 125. To the girl who sells the most tickets in the sorority houses of the city, $10 will be given. The parad...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

P-.Tr' psnKSSlEl '.tra -. - '- v . r 'Hgryr "'-' m?.s iiMi.'-" " 4i bU" THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAW, SATURDAYSEPTfatBER C8j- iv &? SEt XA5 "Wttarte- Spt 4. Oversubscription e Irish Jfepubbran loan i'dci Yalrra promoted in. tShV has" brat hailed lir .Wictonr of the ixinular i military aggression. to iuk 230.000 by Ifijtai a year ago, "d subscriptions then h.H im Uiu Sttt tinned until a few weeks ago, when It ui announced thai lh loan had been etaspaign Has started in I partment arresu. raid and iinDrisnnraents br tbe adrcrllscaicnts in its intercut wore ainu' Royal Irish Constabulary in tin- futile pressed: At various limes, all Ireland' CcH ytncnl tbe rawing of nuney, we're placarded by night with an post. as the loan anBOoacemools said, for ers, ubH.li the police promptly tenured "agricultural and indutfrial iWlcn. I iti nit iLnr. M-nf instances of arrests largely oversulwcriueu despite wnai I ment, ami lor linancing the Mail Lire- of liidiii.Iuafs are tiua. nlh coaaniuaal ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

fowVi - i- ?.- - -i ' - -Tf1 ilii T i (- , Drinks That Win Her Favor If you want your girl to La well pleased with her drinks there is only one answer and that is to take her to the Pollyanna. The Pollyanna Chocolate Shop extends you an imi tation to come down aDd visit us. Drinks are made here to please you. That is our aim. The Pollyanna Chocolate Shop Phone 359 9th and Broadway MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE I v ' - - . . "Mi Ray-Stewart went to ,Merico es lerday. She will Inch in the high school there this winter. Mrs. Warns Stewarts formerly Miss Jane Qua)le, i to leave Sunday for her home In Rayviile, Ore. She turn been Waiting Miss Mary laming here, t Miss Sarah Drill, teacher of ma I he- Drug SrpTerete yeari ago 'aw!-!? now connected with the Hemingway & MoMr Gear Co, of Salt Lake Cty, left for lfeniYork yesterday after spending two day in Columbia tuning friend. B. Schneider, daylight engineer on the Katr, has gone to Su Louis on business. Mrs. F. & FJIiot end daughter. Zola C...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

as Ss: S5f'.'".r5l SffeSSCTi " -v J' T,TITit ,-i?- Ja ,-i- si fci-i- IPRICES FRENCH TOLL gg gjfjBeple At ITiulMAimaliM i Overworked, Dying uying ukc rues jjPOMEN NATION'S HOPE r ygTfeeyNow Own and Operate ' ' ,j, nusiianas. t -B I1.1..J SsV PARTS An. ic in. r..i i-Tf Rjjen irant to rent m bouse in Paris today t 1M nlaa In mil .n1 ....maIuuIw Aimm a-s. the statement of Mme. Marcelle U MaMM F I .si vfsvmi imim i1n1ita in Invar nf 13 Scsator Robert-Cremieux. Ri tt... . .- : t.f K. UUUIVClUiU lDltl SfXITC ilOWC Stka undertaker to list the late renter's E? 1 w ,The cities are crowded, not only be ne there is no building going on now, H aflaa t J.f I 1 t, - - - - mt ki AVIU JO v wm, mu . the country people are not going back lo the farm sake they !" " " U the dty are turner. u. Rnlvrt Crenueuz told of her apartment-hunting experience. It sound. ed like America. "" j iben had to stay where she wss living. "The day has passed when Americans can bring a small fortune to France and lire comfo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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