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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

Evening Frocks of Tulle and Lace Pastel Shades Are Either in Princess Lines or With Bouffant Skirt and Quaint Fitted Bodice We laugh at the faction magarinc which peak of evening dresses as being a shimraeringlv lovrlv as a peacocks outspread fan or Like the ashen rose petals in some forgotten roe jar hut we tan hardl describe dresses made of cobwebb lace and tulle in less glowing terms at Ieat women who loe prcltv things cant This season when manufacturers lave gotten their heads together and given us such lovely fabrics and fashion de crees such glowing colors frocks fori festive occasions are especially attract ive Evening dresses have developed two distinct stjle One may select the lpe best expressing onqs personality One mode is long and slim draped in prince lines featuring panels in the back or trains at the sides It has this in com mon with the more youthful frock that it has practical no back at alL The other type shows an 1R30 frock with a long fitted bodice and a flared s...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

ir wrw Pf1W V- Vr r T VTO lB A TACE TOUR SECTION C i JaTjt Conservative Male Attire Remains Slightly Changed Trousers Are Fuller Coats Cease to Flare Vests Are Simple and Small Patterns Arc in Good Taste for Both Club and Office Wear While women strile for the uncon renlicnaklo ihe extern of rolled stocl fns Lneeflurfsand bobbed hair men are returning to the conservative Tbe young college fellow will alwavs try he most novel but fashion decrees that the roans wardrobe be conservative Suits this seaon are not preatly dif ferent from the wimer models The rats hang alra W free from shoulder to ln n kt n Mf t h been dis carded along with the belts the crescent shaped pockets and the pleated and panel bacU The thing will be the four button sinrjc breated cnat with either patch or plain pockets but the double breastcds will fill be in good tate What radical effect do remain will find cxprein in the form of buttons on peclH and cuff The really inpnrtant is in the trousers They are to be fu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

I M It 1 Bright Spring Millinery to Complete Easier Costumes Hats of Straw and Satin are Lavishly Trimmed Willi fruits blowers and Ribbons Sailors and Tricomes With Plain Bands Popular Individuality is the mwl promising tore of faring millir r The Iiat may be of varied colored calio wilh an up- j lorried brim of glistening black cello plume jauntily ban til vjith a glossy i btifbt blue nbUm tbat sweeps downward t to ike shoulder on tlie iiflil for inituLt you trimmings hi i 1 often are on lite right Inn spring Large and small liats vie for popular Sly but tin taller lias a preference for tlie suit tr street costume Tlie smart- - f flits k mini tminn 51 V facings rur there are few lut llul cape facing m crepe ile chine crepe gcor J gette or taffeta Fruit lead first in trimmings and fash ion not satisfiid Willi the familiar fruits j continue a search for oddities to add to the liJ The manner of arranging IS M s 1 T trimmings is quite ilifTerent this spring inot of them are placed flat...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

24 PACE SIX SECTION C Spring Frocks for Little Tots Gay With Flowers Ginghams and Organdies in Bright Colors With Appliqued Posies Delight Youngsters Middies of Twill Serviceable for School Wear Dame Fashion decrees that the spring rw and bats for kiddies must bios mm with lowers Columbia stores are flllcil vith gingliams and organdy frocks in lemon gold rose orchid reseda ap ricot buff and Copenhagen A darling combination is a grren plaid gingham aVrM rn with a little hat of shiny bright green ctraw with small red crab apple growing alxiul its brim amid a 4fu 4n of oft field grasses and gra xtltrt Irates Applique of colored material on white organdy is especially effettite Linen is al4i Luauiifull trimmed in applique wik A yellow linen frock for a young Mir about nine ears old lias a binding vl beima linen around the collar cuffs I ltt and saslu A mole straw hat lin 1 with pink faille ami a wreath of oats and rose vrlttt flutcr completes this vottutne The little tots wardrobe is no...

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. — 8 March 1921

1 VK THIRTEENTH YEAR ICOLUMBIATO FURNISH HER OWN CURRENT L City Council Drops Proposal of at unarles Company for Supplying City With Electricity MAY PURCHASE TURBINE A Chemical Truck Recommend- Id by Fire Chief Walden To Spend 13000 for Bonds The plan for the Union Electric Co of Si diaries to furnish Columbia with electricil recently nronosed m ih fir Council lias been dropped at least for lie present 0 B Wilson chairman of M the water and light committee an K riourced this at the meeting of the conn W cil Ial night The proposition was -for Mexico Fulton Auxvasse and CoIumfiLa t form a circuit to receive current from the Charles plant The proposal was presented to Colum bia b the city officials of Mexico who had taken the initiative in promoting the plan Word has now been received however that the officials of the Union Electric Co hate taken the matter into their own hands and have announced that no further steps can be taken for several m inlhs The Mexico ofSril hale notified the...

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. — 8 March 1921

BS pace two COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN TUESDAY MARCH 8 1921 - ti v ft i ONEHATyILL HIDE 750 BATS Queer Little Creatures Hiber nate in Close Quarters During Winter Prof A Albrerht in his study of bats in connection with a bulletin which lie was preparing for the College of Agriculture discovered some vjueer things The connection that these crea tures rune with agriculture is that the baf guano is a very expensive and nsc ful fertilizer Professor Albrechj did not go to the caves of the South where the bat are f o numerous and so much written about He went to one of the cares at Roihe port in Boone County Here he found them in large numbers hibernating dur ing the winter The remarkable feature about the hi einatinn of bats is the large number that can crowd into a small space In one little niche of the cave Professor AI brrcht counted 1300 tats Tliey hang from the wall b their hind legs ami crowd ery coe together When this stud was made the bats were dormant and could be handled A spa...

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. — 8 March 1921

i h kccj ucitccn - ana it ociock The marriage of Miw Margaret Cib ion Urumni daughter of Mr ami Mm I Manuel Drumm Moss avenue to O II s CarliIe ixn of Oiarlei Carlisle of him Tex tool place Wednesday March I at the South End Christian Church -a Houston Tex The bride vvore a tome tailored suit of navy Wue Pc lr t twill ii small hat blouse ami acces saries ol grav She carried a bouiu i brides roses and svveet pea Helm UrriMn Drumm brother of the bride C tave her in marriage Mr Uoliert K ft FoIIrr of Dallas mter of Mrs Carli le fi as tlie matron of honor Mr and Mrs Carlisle It ft immediately after the ved ding for Galveston Tcjl where they will tpend their hone- moon Mrs CarliIe I as educated in the profession of ing She conducted an emergency hos f pital in olumbia during a tvihoid epi F demic several ears ago Tor the le W two years the has Iieen a deiiartrrer I manager at l tv Ilrolhers Slnre in lliu I Ion Carlisle is onncued vvilh the Gulf 6 Refining Co Mr and Mrs Carlisle will he a...

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. — 8 March 1921

SUBSCIllPnON KATES Gty Week 10 cents single copies cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 i months 175 3 months 90 cents nontli 33 cents v Outside the county Year 150 3 months 1125 month 43 cents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate if postage protide 1 for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 271 drertiting and Circulation 53 J E MPHEKSON With the death of J E McPherson Columbia has lost a valuable citizen a valuable citizen because of the things he did and the things he stood for Mr McPherscn was a leader 3 worker a man of conviction not afraid to stand by his beliefs As superintendent of Columbia schools lie served the community eight years lie was active in religious work and every worth while cause found hiin a ready sponsor Dead by accident at i J eats of age just at a time when oneslmuld accomplish most J E McPherson lias left us S...

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. — 9 March 1921

EL 17 mu -- - Bills to Redeem Party Pledges Being Rushed Through Legislature Many Others Up Now NEW PENAL AC FOUGHT Finance Measure Would Abolish Stale Banking Department May Adjourn March 19 f SuJ Cermpemdeml JtrrtRSON Cinr March 9 Indications are that the fifty first Ceneral Assembly is nearing its close The deck hate been cleared for the big administration measures vflilcli will be given preference from now until the end of the session The allotted seventy days will be up March 16 and some of the majority party baiVrs contend the actual adjournment will follow three days later Saturday March 19 Others are of the opinion thai it will be impossible to finish the schedule until the middle of the following week OIJ hands at the legislature game main tain lliat another two weeks will leave the slate clean ifcanwhile the governors administra tion measure calculated to redeem party pledges are being made special orders of the da Election bills intended to clean up Kansas Gty and St Loui...

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. — 9 March 1921

MPGmPStFS P 3--v s1 5 jx - t i - v iw the Field of Sport ALL VALLEY 5 MELONCUTBY THE COACHES Missouri Gets Three Generous Slices Browning Bunk- cr and Williams on First Team TIGERS LEAD IN NUMBER Bengal Center Is Chosen Unani mously for Second Time Ranks as One of Greatest Stars All Valler Fmcs as Selected by Coaches 1st Team Position 2xd Team Browning M Forward Payseuer D Bunger KA Forward Green A Williams M Center Jennings KJl EunW M Guard T Cowell KA E Cowell KA Guard Uhrlaub K Three Missouri men George Brown ing captain and forward Ccorge Wil liams center and Herbert Bunker guard were named by the eight coaches in the Missouri Valley on the mjthical fe of the Mivouri Valle This is a selection made by the coaches in reply to a request made by the Post Dispatch of St Louis The coaches were more in accord in their selections than they have been in many seasons Three of the positions were filled by a unanimous vote a fourth place had only one dissenter and only in naming one of the ...

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. — 9 March 1921

EL WILLIAMS TELLS ABOUT CHICAGO WORK Fighting Parson Uses Experi ences in Citys Slums as Basis for Study of Social Conditions URCES CLEAN POLITICS Emphasizes Value of Business Mens Organization in Influencing Ameri can Boyhood Dmcr Ljnn Williams lecturer for llie intercollegiate prohibition association lMipulaily known as tlie fighting par forward for the ton sees a great raoie bojhood of America in the rotary clubs the commercial clubs and other business mens organizations according to a state ment be made in bis lecture at the Lni ersity Auditorium last night Dr Wil liams presented in his talk conditions in Chicago as a basis for study of social conditions throughout the countr He described the uralthy section of Chicago snd the other side where according to the last census 1100 men Iie in rooming-houses where there is too much pov erty and disease where there are nu merous little Italian Cerman and Polish communities and where certain sections are gen such nicknames as Little Hei...

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. — 9 March 1921

PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every erening except Sunday by the MiuourUn Publishing Auoda lion Inc Jiy IL Ned Hill Columbia MUsouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiucb SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cty Week 10 centi single copies cent By cull in Boone County Year 3 23 i months J173 3 months 90 cents nonth 33 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 43 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate if postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News - 274 Advertising and Circulation S3 COLUMBIAS RESPONSIBILITY Every community is responsible for the feelfare of its citizens Much more re- iponsible is it for the viell being of its guests Hundreds of students from the nany homes and communities in the state are guests of Columbia every year Co lumbia should give them the best she can offer They come here to get edu cation and ...

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. — 9 March 1921

i KB MtHMWHWiai iiiii CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a AVord tj Day FOR SALE jR SALE S C Ilhode Island Red gs JL50 per sctlinc Tliese rs are lorn my Kentucky hens S II Side phone Iff SI60 FOH SALE If you are looking for a lone in Columbia well located we lure what yoa want at price and terms to suit Let o show you Smith Catron Iicalty Company Exchange National Dank Build ing Phone 27 S 170 FOB SALE Brand new strictly mod em seven room bungalow at 1417 Bouci dle Are just cast of White Campus Bargain for quick sale also one acre balding site in Westwooil at lialf value for ciih E A Collins 1203 E Broad war Phone 003 C 163 FOR SALE-7-room fully modern house pa1 street one block south of University e concrete bailment 300 The place is now renting for 35 a month Carey S Frarier Exchange National Bank Bdg Phone 519 or 590 wbite FOR SALE Fully modern 7 room Iiocse on Maryland Place pood garage large shady lot Price S7S000 Ful ly modern 6 room house oak finih large lot on Snnth Carth Are Price ...

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. — 9 March 1921

i i t M 1 DECREASE IN RETAIL PRICE NOT UNIFORM Difference of 1 Cent in Cost of Hogs From 1913 to 1920 and 9 Cents in Pork ChCps 1920 PROFIT 19 CENTS Why Meat Sold for 45 Cents in 1919 and 46 Cents in 1920 Is Question of Interest Itctail prices hate undoubtedly readied their peak but some are not falling in conformity wiih the falling prices on law products according to investigations being made by E A Logan agricultural stalician far Missouri An investiga tion just completed shows that in 1913 when the average price of hogs on Mis souri farms was 7 cents a pound pork hops in St Louis were selling for 18 cents while in December 1920 when the average price of hogs on the farm was S cents a pound the retail price of pork chops in St Louis was 27 cents In oilier word the spread between the price on the farm and the retail price was 11 cents in 1913 while in 1920 it was 19 cents The widest spread between the price on the farm and the retail price and the narrowest spread is shown by 3 ea...

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. — 10 March 1921

fc rt it m Midst of De fense By a Sta Cotrepondet Jefflhsov Cnv March 10 -The County Unit Hill callrcl the most impor tant matter to come before a Missouri legislature in the last titty years was i laced on its final passage in the House tt night at 11 oclock Jhe ote stood 87 for and 43 against The bill will now he sent to the Senate for its concurrence and if passed to the governor for his sig nature Tlie dirusMon was the most dramatic this House has seen so far this session The galleries and the lower floor of the House chamber were crowded with vis itots from all over the state who came as proponents or opponents of the meas ure A large number of these visitors sal at the side of representatives and fur nished them with data for their speeches While in the midst of a heated speech for the bill Representative William P Elmer of Dent County suddenly col lapsed He was taken to the lounging mom where phvsicians attended him He did not recover sufficiently to cast his vle 0 B Whitaker...

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. — 10 March 1921

I Aamcs SPORT j BASKETRAIL TEAMS PICKED of Girls to Play on Class Fires Announced The cirl claws basketball trams have I been nelecleJ Thoc playing on the j frirnt Icanu are Frcfthmrn Kalherine jSmvthe captain Mary Collier Mvra a Qiamllcr Mildred Jolnxon Harriet Mer fanda Ferna Fay Miller Amber Smner jj Wava Soou Mildred Walker Ruth West fall Mpbnmores Helen Greene cap I lain Apnea Thunwr Henrietta Leake Ruth Hibbard Winnie Cole Sarah i Moore Leona Jliiler Adelc Muenth Le Hla irliepard juniors I Inter White cap liain Blanche Longshore Zrll Whit- fraarsb France IJninc Mildred Glutz Ida Ilae IV jrann Dernice Irwin Eileen Laacasler Marparct Way Lorena Drown seniors Aria Murto captain Acnes Moore Jane Swofford Lucille Meinhof Ifer Lucille Goldsbmy Maeirie Bell El- 1a Wyatt Marie Parker Helen Marbut Margaret llogart FOUK FRATEUNITY GAMES Phi Delts Kappa Sigs K Aj and Delta Taus in Semifinals The secend series of the fraternity has ketball games was plavcd at the Rothwell CymnaHum last ni...

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. — 10 March 1921

me RATS CATS DOGS AND RABBITS MAKE UP ONE MANS CELLAR GANG Basements seldom come in for tlieir share of interest Tlie main rrKim to one de of tlie furnace room is ued for jars of blaclbtrry jam and cherry preserves for large potted plants in winter or for a sort of junL heap and general dirt col lector A man in the rl part of this city on 1 1 ids atenue ues his for none of thee things hnt for a menagerie lroud and h Belgian hares occupy one of the cages while the tamer rabbits white and gray another Then there are rats un uuall large and well fed rodents some black some while rats too are kept in a cage but are fearless and quite tame If they are in good luck they sometimes get In ride on their owners shoulder or are fondled by him Strangel enough none of the animals seems the least bit disturbed by the others According to this man iii ptt Angora cat walks in her lordly manner down the passageway without so much as stopping to look at the white mice while the cat ami dog understand ...

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. — 10 March 1921

KPSH I v aHr H - XL - agj PACE FOUR W THE COLUMBIA EVENING 8 si MISSOURIAN I name language is not ro important asl I Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publishing Associa lion Inc Jay H eff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Masaceh SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oly Week 10 cents single copies it cents J By mail in Boone County Year 325 i months 175 3 months 90 cents foonth 33 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable f in advance Aiicuivcj nuuu uuicau oi v ircuiauuus Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rale fn postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 I CLEANING UP THE RUBBISH The Columbia street department has beauty and dignity not possessed by other cities Carden clubs and civic organization reach only a few persons and a few well Lept places make the other look more tinijht Pride then generally cause...

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. — 10 March 1921

J Bi Phoru COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THURSDAY MARCH 10 im r - - PAmg 1 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE iTOU 5M E II you are looking for a home in Columbia well located wo lute vast jvo want at price anl terms tosuit Jxt us show nu Smith Catron Realty Qfeapany Exchange National Dank Build fjg rhone 27 S 170 FOR SALE Brand new strictly mod trn seven room bungalow al 1417 Itouch die Ae just can of White Campas Bargain for quick sale also one acre hailding site fh Wcstwood at half value for cash E A Collins 1203 E Broad ly Phone 603 C 163 fOR SALE 7 room fully modern jHHtte pared street one block south of University full size concrete basement JiOOO Ths place Is now renting for 55 a month Carey Fra icr Exchange Rational Bank Kid Phone 519 or 590 vkitr G 163 FOR SALE Fully modem 7 room house on Marland Place good garage lirje shady lot Price 725000 Ful ly modern 6 room house oaVunisli large lot on South Garth Ate Price 5800 T E Wisdom Realty Co Exchange Bank Bldg VF 16...

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. — 10 March 1921

m ft itr lv rat I h n a I 1 I t I H PAGE SIX IDLE SOLDIERS NOW SEEK AID Unemployment Leads Many of Them to Red Cross Gov ernment Hospitals Faed by an increase of nearly 33 per teat in the Iat fite months ending March 1 itl the number of former service men tf its service for ex enice men accord ing to Edward E Orr director of civilian relief of the Southwestern Division of the Ited Ctotf with headquarters in St Since January 1 of tliis year the in aav in Impitjl patients has been es pecially large with a total for the twelve weeks of 22 rx rent additional patients or an average of about 400 a week The total f all patients in United States pib Ite health service hospitals and in pri vate hospitals at government expense on February 26 stood at 23353 Mr Orr said awl Iw kept buy the increasing las of Fed Crs attaches at these hospitals New Patients in Hospital Those admitted to Parker Memorial Hospital yesterday were Carl Troxel Joe Balmat Ray Prrmer Mr Evlyn J Shepherd and Mis Lucy Moor...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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