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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 September 1920

sw 3&S y"" - -rfrv -.. r-- . - - -...is -,-. . i ,...-'!....- ? i4ssssssni t -ISBBBBBB' - f v," .,-. i . . - TJfecJ)LUMBlArff 22. 1920 : t j " '. y 'll WCSjj-H. convention here. She 7 M UUJ? TXnU nf QhhM m ?? pzA corier. UNIVERS H ""'V f a- i . Ill '. . TOAST, Tjt Tjfc. SA. A.WJf.L "The Delicious Who is the -successful woman? ' ' The one whose breakfast "sets 'well," is de licious and satisfying. v . . ' -' . . . :. . . - fe .. . - s'c tat toast lor breaklast. it. has alt the TV wholesomeness of cold bread, all the delic Jf iousness of hot bread.- ' ' '- . Columbia Maid Bread X. i is good in all forms. We particularly recom- f it mend.it toasted. ' f$ Toast preserves all the irtues of Bread, J bestof'allfootfc: "' nt Strang's Bakery 1 - Inthfr Field a FIRST 'SCRIMMAGE HELD YESTERDAY ' With Johnny Miller Jbthinst one team nad. Jimmy Phelan npn on the other. die first scrimmage of ike year' waa held yesterday afternoon against line-op 'com posed Lof other varsity (quad tnen. Con 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. — 22 September 1920

i -iSLssssssH -n 1,1 ' I . $ssssssssmai ft v- - v " TJEiCOLtftvIBIAENlRfe MISSOURIAN."WEDNESI)AY. SF.PTEMBER 22. 1920 . !.- i it . TT'iatatatatattL y w i i TOASTi, -v- Tlie Delicious , Who is the 'successful woman? The one" whose breakfast "sets well," licious and satisfying. ,tf It- Eat toast (or breakfast. It' has wholesomeness of cold bread, all the delic- iousness of hot bread. ' Columbia Maid Bread ' - a ' is good in all forms. We particularly recom- t mend it toasted.' " V . In W Field of Sport r- JP Toast preserves all the irtues of Bread, $ J tet ofall foods. "l "' t : Stf dig's Bakery, FIRST'SCRIMMACE """ HELD YESTERDAY With Johnny Miller Miiat one tan tad i Jimmy Phclan arcing on the other. Hie Int scrimmage of Use year wn held yesterday afternoon against line-ups'iom-posed tof other varsity squad lnen. Con sidering it ,u the firti time the were pitted against one another, the scrimmage- wis snappy and effective. A lack of effective blockinc n. noticed and ntaay rough poU ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 September 1920

SsePSs A "9 TlcRf; 4-r 1 M'ik- PW-Ko i cMi ""1 'T'TT,- h r ' " ' - ' ' -v ' -TV ISM a &s , " !-. m. ci ? i t -. a 4. i i fX .t! Li , v TffiroLuKJSA' ' EYENING MISSOURAN Wf' '. aWatJV tawl'jo -- - CuJ.. tta A. t'1""' raattaUai Awactalan. Ic tar . i7-""' ' "". alaaaarl. Alio i 3 auascatrnoH bates .... ' Utviv Maala 4t tarn wmS U cmmi alnk J"v a Man. ria U Iw Catalyt i- i-ni auann, H msu. Tau. IMS: a JMIa. ataxia, Aaa atona at CvtaUtlaw, at f as rim Mail macwr. JtdfM B. .ia .i - - . i-.. .. iHHiq mii ni. ywi p Si . "l SMa 1IU. An at Oman J. Hit. ' ' " aaaai a. JVM. TELETHONS NValaXU f.' AavassWal SS4 Ctnaluiaa. . Er UattJ Ortakt I. la. aula. swi4a la. Yttfi.ll Ma, aai.lll. Jt Si alllaa will w ABOUT WOMEN IX OFFICE Abenet arising from tne Nineteenth Amendment will be women in electire aCcc Doubtless the public xU gain more from this than will the women. particularly those who actuallyf bold of fice.' Elective office usualrr demands aervace beyond its financial compensa- Honor remain...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 September 1920

K , ,-!-, bV DR. O'BRVAN Qiiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg. w. -n, - tr M " Fine Shoes Heberling Shoe Repairing System Columbia; Mo. ; - i . TIGER TAXICAB CO. No. 17 N. Ninth SL PHONE 1199 Day and Night Service Country Trips a Specialty All Big Cars JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Suits Made-lo-Measure Cleaning Pressing Altering "" Phone 13 Boone Co. Nt'l. Bask Bldg. 8tli St. Entrance Every ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in food ; value and uniform in quality. Our selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone County and our system of milling ake& possible the manu facture of this supremely satisfactory flour. "HP Satisfaction" for'sale hy. all, grocers ot call,No.,9 Bdorie Cdunty Milling and Elevator Company Makers of Red Ring Feeds. 11 ' -sssssss-s-s---"- -ssssvafcSi ummmmmmiwmlmmmmmmmmmmmmi s mmI Christian College Now Open for Registration to University Sbdents and Columbia Patrons CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC -1 , H. H. Loud'enback, Director PIANO H, H. Loudenback; Aliiie Wilson, pupil of a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 September 1920

'"act V i ye1 s. JT-r. tti 10 t P .TJ F sSffl V?Ik , 3,-j- -ft Is a r- . & i. j J: fr f M K. Fi- . TOE-COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUMAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1920 ANNOUNCEMENT. 'Wtrhave opened our new store at 12 North 8th street and are now ready to' serve out many patrons with a complete line of-staple and fancy groceries with a service that is second to none. In case or dozen lots we are' offering exceptional bargains in vegetables, fruits, syrups and meats. On Thursday, September 23, 24, 25 PURE. CANE GRANULATED SUGAR, 6 LBS. for. ...... .$1.00; . , Ne orders too large for us to handle none too small to have our care ful attention. CJIARGE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. FREE DELIVERY DAILY. Your $ $ $ roll farther here than anywhere in Columbia. ' SUNNYSIDE GROCERY PHONE 32 PHONE 32' NEW GROCERY! . . ) K t Kash and Karry ' H" Corner Ninth and Cherry ,. Our new Cash Store will open Friday . with a ' complete; line "of, Groceries; On account of unavoidable delay" we were, unabe to open yes...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 September 1920

GARDNER OPENS CAMPAIGNHERE WITH A RALLY Big Crowd Greets State Execu tive When He Reaches Courthouse to Give Address. W. L NELSON SPEAKS Governor Is to Speak to Stu dents at a Mass Meeting at Hall Theater Tonight Coventor Frederick Gardner arrived la Columbia this afternoon to spcsk at ike Democratic rally at the courthouse which celebrates the opening of the Den eristic campaign in Boone County. He vat accompanied by Mrs. Cardner and their daughter Janet. After a ten -minute interview, Mr. Gardner went to the courthouse where a crowd of more than three hundred had assembled. The crowd began to gather about 2:30. Congressman W. L. Nelson addressed the meeting before the governor' arrival. Then the governor entered the courtroom a tremendous applause was given him. C. B. Sapp, Democratic county chair-' man, had charge of the meeting. Robert L Hill, member of the Democratic Com asittee introduced Governor Gardner. Hill characterised the meeting as, "the open ing gun of the campaign." ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 September 1920

BBHiPPJ? -rsrearagKrw ,, ,.J, ,, . gj&F ' .. ; ' --T'- ' v'y-yv'ya-'."--- r- WffeiTJ1'- 1 MCE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENINCMISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1920 & jt- : ' ; 'tr. a "VM- i ) I $h-4fo Field bf 'Sport XfCKEK NOT BACK ' 'jDeiaty1 Huston, the Aggie lo wizard, Ul. not enroll in college this year nJ . last yew;', captain ind end. will MJwork oat, for his old position on the W'deverv says a dispatch 'from Man-T?4?"- These- two announcement jo- M the close' t the first week's JootbtU work out on Aliearn field cast 3l A'e "diron prospects, which at ' fei outset , of lattice teemed fairlr Wight. Instead of ten letter men to he ," with, as waa orijinally expected, tlie son opens with otdj- eight ""Starring with tins nunwer of veteran woold- not be so bad if new material ere plentiful. The Erst call for prac-" lice netted only forty-one eligible. ,An appeal for recruit waa iwued by Mike Ahearn and Coach Baconian at an all student gathering Thursday night. The" neit day ten at...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 September 1920

TfP' "6W',J ggVpitv- -,,, jaf v v. - - m t n. WHOLESALERS HERE REPORT FOOD DECLINE .Jf, Only a Questionof Tirai!ljntil Prices GoLower, Says One Glad lo See MEAT AND, LARD RISE 'Sugar, Potatoes, Canned Toma toes and Other Groceries, , However, Are Selling at Lower Prices, The long-eipected decline in food prices is at Ian being felf in Columbia, r according to the three wholesale grocers here. In the cae of sugar and potatoes the drop has been large, while many other articles are steady or only slightly down. Lard and meat are importsninccessi-l ties that bare risen ra'pnee during the i Ian monin. Canned goods as a whole have remain.' ed unchanged in pite of the compara tively slight demand at this season. How ever, tomatoes and a fewrjolher vegetables have registered a marked decline, which is balanced by rises on some$taaned fruits .""V. 5 "Of course, prices have been too high," said W. W.""T'ayiiirof the Payne Roth Grocery Company. "Jn'.jereral commodities at least, this hasjEbeen...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 September 1920

""S3" ' lyfyr try?'y . (37-52 ifllfc---- KESRrcTAnE mm """..jr" : SI - .... . Tvrro- i 'f J.' '"""' "" r""T, " ''rr?7lUw:" V" '" ,;'"" "" - TfttTCOLUMBtA, EVENING MISSQUMANq r,ttHUBSDAYf SEPTEMEfr23r-1920: -" "t - i -- TH.c6LllMRf Tvii wi .. rL" H.vcwiwii-MIS5vOTIRTAN p Jn ssss -f?-' . n..T ""n. Uim Iibju. '. suiscwrnat bates "ra. 3 ceatl. f-TB. n ' . . J.V.1 .! UmatJI Tear. UJSs f "a, tins J nOu..! cnta. .."fr""", ,! Yr.-llSBi 3 aualai. 4Satk rayaMaUvJraata. M-iSj ! ? Aa&t Bareaa of OrcalaUaa. Eatataj at aacs4-clus ad Bitter. Aeceat- ! "HiV "tfllailU pacta! M a( rKU t A"J tar la $actm 1103. Act Octefef 3, HIT. Bi aKMM sivk as. in. TELETBONE nTVtS ljT.v-,..., ..... a jr ",?-V -''". 55- TJ . ' . -1 - -" "-- !!," " a Yiopu. Bid, 4amauln. f 1 m r,s THAT ALL JUT LITE The problem of production wis not a problem at all back in the days before WaV.harriesied the (team giant. Then. ;. p " wiumiou nun produceo everyining r- that ' .,.;, t. v:..i -n.. amvvvBWIJ aw UUUtVlla IUV family wa a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 September 1920

-- 'jrtT-' '" -'" "5? fipjor-aSPF I TODAY'S HOTEL GUESTS- 1 The following reruns' registered yester day it ihe Daniel Boon Tavern: A. A. Mayes, W N. Silliaan; H. R, Miriner; J. T. Hays;.W. E. Pike; C W. Nichols; Jack StubMefield; J. A. dark; A. T. Holmes; A. J.. Rath; R. J. Knight; A. it EUingswnrth; 0. W. Uvell; F. J. War nrr; F. W. Hawes; A. M. Roberts; C. F Hindi Cea. M. White; II. J. LsLord; W. E. Cld; H. C Beardale; N. ThomrK ton; F. E. Manison; a Click; B. Led. erer C E. Hanson; Lucie Clifi; D. IL Holmes; J. F. McVey; Mr. and Mr. W. M.5troeus; Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Handley; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Baer; H. V. Jones; Mr. nd Mrs. Tultle; N. J. Cotromans: L. J. N. Thomang; L. C Allen: H. C. Danforth; H. Forsing; Wi S. Waldron; Mrs. W. L. Brosius; WaltefTaytor;. J. H. Bradford; F. N. Kramer; Chas. Brasil Jas W. L. SifTey; J. Frand; P. C. Kan cen; Ed. Mimesheimer; Samuel Wykoffe. safe, and daughter;1 Richard E. Slater J S r. Moore; S. Stritter; J. S. Denser; Ceo. Schnoeller; J. A. Constan...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 September 1920

Pair v ' f THE COLUMBIA-EVEIW(MISSOUllAN.-THURSDAYrSEPlrEMBER,23t 1920" HI bkm 'Jt-,'5-" " ' ' ! "QUALITY FOOTWEAR" trr Too Late to Classify S Jf Jm ' ' " 'fflaf A ' '' 3 ---'-t A mrcr -r- t -m- xtr-nrvn-Knti JiW AUL UATUKU 7 "The Broguette" SPORTING "PINKED" EDCES, WHICH ARE DECIDE tDLYNEW AND CHICK. NO COLLEGE OUTFIT IS COMPLETE WITHOUT THESE PRACTICAL OXFORDS. IN BOTH LIGHT AND DARK BROWN HOSIERY TO MATCH ' ' ' SHOE HOSIERY REPAIRING SEE OUR WINDOWS 1? 1 l JEVYg FOR RENT-Very desirable cut room for gentleman it 905 College. Prompt action irOI secure immcdiare possession. Phone 1179 Red. D2I DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira "Bldg. SHOES HOSIERY REPAIRING Hall Theatre Friday and Saturday Matinee Saturday Ik? m Itv J ' fV II m W: B fprXtats hfe Bk I ffl MARRY II SB a i FLOWERS' The Acme Flower Shop, Arcade Bldg., St. Louis, is prepared to" supply your needs for -cut flowers, floral designs and decora tions of all kinds for all occasions. ' ' Call or see our represeiiia T - " .tive...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 September 1920

uwgaar.3- yfgffe";-j,li''g THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920 NUMBER 20 GOV. GARDNER ' DEFENDS.RULE OF DEMOCRATS Will Do Everything Within His rower to Get Big Ap propriation for the University. TALKS FOR THE LEAGUE Victor)- for His Party at the Polls Would Mean Speedy Ratification, He Says. A promise that he would do all in " hi power to seeing a million dollar ap propriation for the University of Mis souri, and a pledge that Democratic Tic-. lety ill presidential and aenatorial dec- lions this fall would mean speedy rati. m-ation of the peace treaty with the League of Nations to maintain peace throughout the world were salient point! in Governor Frederick D. Gardner's ad dress at the Democratic mass meeting in the. Hall Theater last night Both were the signals for extraordinary- outbursts of cheering from the audience of 1,000 townspeople and Undents gathered to hear the second of two addresses de livered here yesterday by the Governor. AppIsoe almost a...

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. — 24 September 1920

asssasF ,' f K? " --7 SPSrVwr i&mt? k 8 W M J i Z kmL. flflP r sasaV Mm?" 4r ! , p 55 J 'ltd VJl vavfaBfflY nv7 f taPflmsl I1 afmsmkV f I me ml a lmmTi I asm Aar I1 mMMMMMMMMMm itll'1 fm" mSuMMmwmmmt atfw' M SwnRwxwmM Jr B . 71 J 'eB I El I ,. i. iE li Mi' yyaan ft liianuai 'sml IHIi li af l S8L TO!"" -c tv aft Ml ij " eres always a "get-together" spirit among men who wear Barth Clothes. Our new Fall show ings in Society Brand, Langham and Stein Bloch Suits is unpar alled in theft history of our store. You can find exactly the suit you have al was wanted right here. We will be mighty glad to show them to you. Prices $35-$75 250 all-wool guaran teed suits for $25-545 We hold no Clearance Sales. Wc sell our goods at a -. uniform low price all the year around. A THE COLUMBIAnEVENINC MISOtaUlTMPAYrSEeTEMBEH, 19201 A. Society la honor of the sixteenth birthday of their nn, Morru Balliet Civan, Mr. and Mn. Nr J. Civan save a dance it The Jink Wednesday night The chaperone were:. 'Mi r...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 September 1920

'nUWs';- j6 X-SJMIJ SJMsT'iiansaSiMaaaV'si- 's-- nil .jfa-"! Pi rwi ,..?" THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURIAN. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER' 24. 1920 -- PACE' l3MPffl . vIC-l - V MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE f Mm. Nettie Belt went la Moberiy this morning. S. Y. Lancaster went to Hallsville this moraine to visit hit daughter. J. V. Denham went to Cenlralia this morning. Prof. E. A. Trowbridge left this morn ing for White River Junction,-Vr-- v Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Duler vent to Si. Louis this morning. Edgar H. Logan left this morning for the NitiI Academy at Annapolis. Md, Homer Shooey went Is Odessa toda to spend the week-end with his parents. T. J. Rippeto Jeft for KansasXary this' morning. V iv Vain Scott went to Callao today to avutnrl Irs imtr-rA i . Mis Mane .ZJmmensan ot New jerk. Evelyn Willis, 1314 Broadway, left yes-, terday lor Chicago where she will visit friends before returning to her home. William Hirth, editor . of , the. Missouri a t Farmer, went to St. Louis on business yesterday. . t J. &am...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 September 1920

nsasusysvta 'aJJiwa L, g mww. a .a1 )P2r$!lt& rS'- TO SILCOUJmBIA ' traeA To a u d lB,,w', l(igjgg(jg srsSTri-KSiTw duals, or by l (roup. way an Winn- ians develop a feeling ol "perioral ,prtte and also a feeling of avic-isridV sHaae two sensations re worth while to every individual. 3sr,-wuii ... . . . . - 1 ii i 1..,.,., r fc.W.I. aCaTI01i nATtS L . -.- .... . fcj .cT . . . J , . -! " -. MHa rate. 8 , - nutri Tt. ujsi ' 4 mu. hnlL u ii. Aa Banu f Ctnaluiaa. '. lW U Mtlil f .1 ... MU tin. Am ( OcUkM I. MIT. . 1111. f I tsujuoke imm : U ClRdUiM. '"fci I. ik. u -iri,. -n . "f t hk IHh Imnla. ...r .. ss. CttOOTTEK OF 17 HXBier 1a lUnr m fair nrtc fnr it. V J.. . .. . . . tie wants a tair once ay teekncou of unnecessary He doe not wish to set an r nice but is askina for m Driee I w the price of production nlus a Profit. e:(ro ht had various farm or- to further progressive agri- To -solve the problem he haa ual'-rvbe Tom -bare closer or- than any other he ha had. 1 what the Committe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 September 1920

,, t TTTTm-rwiTTTtnPimiB81iriTr1 rsHji- $ (9S. WORKERS fcTOMEETHERE "October 6 and 7 Set for Second p . .- Annual County Con mention. ' The ttcond annual convention ef the goene County Sunday School Association 3t be held in Columbia October 6 and JF a the Presbyterian church. Tbe object of the conrrntion U io far 4ef the spirit of active co-operation in .Sundry Khool work among the diferent ebkrehw. A full representation from tbe Sunday schools of Columbia is ex pected aud more than 100 representa nm from Boone County. Tbe State Tide Officers' Conference ill be held In Colombia November 16 to l&V Every Sunday school worker Itr tbe 'coaaty is invited to attend, according to E, A. Logan, president of IhV Bocae DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 HviraBldg. zrr- - .Mjt Richards VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER . Two j ears' teaching in Normal Department of New England Conserva tory, Boston, Mass. Phone 1257,ack 406 Hltr That Waste Material has Money in it We pay Highest Prices CHICAGO IRON AND ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 September 1920

giU SSS.GREET &ARDNERTALK (Omtkutd f re Paae One) .-i"" 1r investigations Ke of dnlT h.A k .L....J S5T? Cudntr called .mmtk.ir.to the iST . " iwniwm a, . j .r - t - . " vuvn cceaims i.rava- -mSLi i " V n,M "k ,'tt'!nLm'n "" tI'Port"1IE ri2 willing to adiqil sach oprra will ""' " " Jf?SS ' ,e RP'ei responsible -- .mo ! law m v ... -.,1 - ,. ;' " wucy. now, nowevrr, fat. rfter " Dew. t 3,000.. ,--ro, owi Bilet acroaa the seas ti --" . ".orid, oar Republican opponent i- J,0'" of apendina; money nee.1 . I nd vaadng public f nads. -"Do lh ABMTICaa Beocle haxinl-la.llu mnnri spe-4 bi t ewue?- the Governor askeJ. M aa .-?J .f.L . !".. -aa Blin IWHWi'! ... -ssece. " ""-""" "" r -A? Pe-far tamed Jus attention, to ilie ''ffi&'b'to situation in Missouri. Z?jP5ij exPt'on' ' opinion he ft 'T?I5S Mi'3r f J'1" M. Atkin ' . i?V f1' Oeaocralic nominee for Tyworaor. - " - - - -- CUil BTDE A KNOCKtaV n.toU ytm,tbe," he'aaid?"tha I be lieved amelf tana m.l;l far tL. r,l.r. -.bat that If j,,, dj...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 September 1920

gy'"' TfPS fmfm, wmt t-wi y '-f-m m ' JP 1aH I -luHuV J ftaEftl aJflBFj THE COLUMBIA Vf -.v THIRTEENTH YEAR EVENING MISSOURIAN 1 COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920 EXPLAINS NEED OF, NEW STATE CONSTITUTION League of Women Voters Is Ad dressed by Dean Loeb and Miss Wood, Slate Officer. TAXATION INADEQUATE All Women Must Vote if They Want to Prove That They Really Want Suffrage. Women's influence it the poll wis em phssiied by Miss Myrtle Wood, sute chairman of the unification of Ins com mitter, in her talk before the League of Women Voters meeting lat night at the Broadoay Methodist Church. "It is necessary for all women to tote." said Miss Wood, "to prore that we really want suffrage. Our influence in the fu ture depends upon the interest we show in the coming election. We must choose party but still be above parties. It should be country Erst not party first. Parties need behind them an outside force to combat machine politics. If we maintain an independent organizatio...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 September 1920

aw..- i i mj. w IjyAf . v --; ?5- " t ' JS "V TtT X i : THE,VCHURCHES i fer fAlvaw VI.am1 ??SJ ""few loMmrii Calvarr Epi tSSTiVWW'WB.w'Be follows:. Hplr J WWMiiliiu at 7:30 o'clock. Sends j.etMT9:tS o'clock .and morning pry. 11, o Clock. A member of, the Cid- i J speak? fort few'jninuleg on'the - .... .... .tt .""T'" ors (nuiauoo. ine rrc. " fi 9mc o mc ibuu oi ine ' - i mm iii comcreoce. ? -Taw-tariest' ,Us will meet j usual - M6'ia;i dmitli. All college and Uaivaraitv young people 'are cordially in- - tited tote present. First Baptist. - BiMe'&hool at 9:30 a. m. Ptof. DR. varrbodjr. ,Qw of Universltr. .women :( Uotsbv Or. Dorgan- Classes for Oni j , lenity men taught by Trofessor Hoffman ..aarftPraftaior Johnson. Preaching a . 10 HK fry the Rer. T. "W. Young, Subject: THA Transformations." r TW Undents and faculty of Stephens CoBeaja. will attend this service in, a body. Senior and Intermediate Young Peoples' Unions at 6:30 p. m. The evening serv ice will be in the charge of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 September 1920

COJfFEatKJfCE TO BK WXBXK8BAY CoatrMUUM 1mum AJReflila to DPCME JufaB. " A. M. Dnsua and Mn. T. K. Bark' hut, representing the state and national Democratic committees, will be here for a conference with local democrat on next Wednesday instead of Thursday as previ ously announced, according to a telegram' received today by G. B-.Sapp, chairman of the Democratic Central Committee of Boone County. Since the conference will be held on the day that Congressman J. Thomas Hefflin'of Alabama will speak here all the members of the county com mittee and theirTassistanta in each town ship are invited to the meeting which will be held in the courthouse beginning at 1 o'clock. Congressman Hefflin will speak in the Hall Theater at 3 o'clock. Broadway Odeoii. Matinee Daily Moa, Tues., Sept 27-28 REGULAR HOUSE PRICE Miss Bessie Barriscale in "Tangled Threads" The old man off where the Jazz is loudest wifie and lie kidlet at home ol'd stuff, sure But when the "missus" tries to put the old green-ey...

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