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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 March 1921

m if art M I nip Democratic voters had cast 1791 bal loif at 345 oclock tliis afternoon It was estimated that 40 per cent of the vntc Has cast by women The First Ward led with 690 Second Ward 328 Third Ward 331 Fourth Ward 439 The count of the vote ku started at 4 oclock The Democratic voters of Columbia were fe to the polls by C D Dick English himself a candidate for council man in the First Ward Shortly after the opening of the voting for the Demo cratic primary this morning English cast his ballot and joined the line of candi dates on the walk leading to the court house Tills line grew until it was nec essary to ruu the gamut of smiles hand shakes anj political cards that extended from Inl columns to the door Honors for receiving the first woman vote went to the First Ward when Mrs J M Batterton of West Broadway re ceived the fourth ballot She was re cognized by a woman election judge and her vote was recorded by a woman clerk In fact the election was unique in the number of wome...

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. — 15 March 1921

l pi I i I- n rl PAQFTWO FIRST SESSION OF ENGINEERS B TOMORROW Program of Initial Annual Week pens at 730 p m in Agricultural Au- dilorium T01 DISCUSS PROBLEMS tl Meetings Last Until Friday Evening and Qose With Banquet St Pats Stunts Thursday TM first armual Engineers Wetk at lie university of Missouri Kill open to morrow nielit v itli a public session in t the Agricultural Auditorium Tiie pro V pram of lie convention extends over Thursday awl Fridav It will close villi ft I a l3Hjirt at tlie Daniel Koone Tavern f I knighting ceremony will be held on Fran- lew Quadrangle after the parade 1 The engineering stunts will be giien in the laboratories of the Engineering Uuililing TJmrvla evening The money rollected for admivion charges to these Alums will be Jevoted to the Memorial XJnioo Fund J PROCRAM 2 Wednesdav March 16 I Agricultural Auditorium 730 p m Public Session Dean E J McCaustland I chairman Mddress The Engineer and the Public E J Spencer secretarv manager St Louis Electrical...

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. — 15 March 1921

4 - TODAYS MARKET Wheat March May Corn July May Oats July May Chicaco Grain Futukes Uchlertz Watson Opea Hiih Low Close 15SU 157 154U 155 14714 150 146 149 70 71 70 71 68 69H 671 69 43 41 43 41 42 43 41 42 East St Louis Lie Stock Mahket Cattle Receipts 5000 Market 15 to 25 cent lower Nalie beef terra J aOOto 900 Yearling steers and heifers 650 m 875 Cos 500to 700 Stockers an J feeders 50to 85 Calves 1100to 1175 Cons and heifers 50to 750 Hog Receipts 11500 Market 25 cents loner Mixed and batchers 1075 to 1100 Godo fend heavy 97StolOS Rough 7X0 to 80 Light ll00toll35 Pigs 1000tolO85 Bulk 1075 to 1115 Sheep Receipts 1500 Market 25 cents lower Sheep and ccs J 60lo 875 Lambs 975tolOS Yearlings i L50to 400 attributes are necessary In private life Hit Garrison is Mrs George Siemonn Her husband formerly a teacher of piano and composition will play her accompaniments here He has composed a long list of songs some of which Miss Garrison uses on her pro grams The program selected for the conce...

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. — 15 March 1921

s 7 PACE FOUR THE COLUMBrA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published otiy evening except Sunday by tlie Missourian Publishing Associa tion Ine Jay II Nell Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON ManacI SUBSCRIPTION ITES City Week 10 cents tingle copies J cents Bjr mail jn Roone County Year 325 i months SL75 3 months 90 cents jinnlh 35 cents OutsiJe the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 43 cents Iajable in adtanec Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as seeond clasa mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate M postage projided fof in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep wmber 26 1918 TELEPIIOiNE NUMBERS News 274 Idtertising and Grculation 55 SELECTING OUR IMMIGRANTS The alas present problem of immi ration is jet to be settled Former Pres ident Wilson ctoed the Dillingham Im migration Bill and o made it impossible fi r the 3 per cent rule to be applied to all who are seeling entrance into the United States Tliat blanket bill was probably not the real solution and per ha...

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. — 15 March 1921

K ice in Columbia well located we have fv pjiose 55 i CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE imn SALE II vou are looking for a lil you want at price and terms to suit T JfTS 10W Catron Realty iuniiam Exchange ationaI Hank ng rnonc ii FOR SALE Purebred single comb Ihode Islard Reds fine laving strain tP for Latching in any quantity and tJttt taken for chicks Mr J A Stew rt rhone344 SI58lf mu in Will u ll at 1135 an aire 0 acres off of 220 4 miles southeast kMi I liar several timet been 300 an acre 5 acres in timber in- loJiaj willow pat- lieaue jujreu i uji FURNITIKE IOR S Lt Conlents our room apartment Practically new olid mahogan bedniom suit beautiful nff larxstrv datrmmrt solid ma- ogany library table and chairs library able lam 9x12 rug dining room st 11 UiHirn cabinet malioKanv tea art and other articles Elegant furniture ncd lour nwnuis jK nrei wnumuii MjMiablt Call 1000 Chem strr1 ealey Apartment Ni 15 after 5 p m ltt103 SLE Ford Sedan 1921 model Irst clas condition...

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. — 15 March 1921

PACE SIX WlMW Tr REPUBLICANS IN ASSEMBLY WORKING FAST Night Sessions to Be Held in Effort to Pass Governor Hydes Entire Legis lative Program MAY LAST TILL SUNDAY Much Debating Expected When County Unit Bill Comes Up for Third Read- ing Today By m Suit CerretpmicHt Ju rants Oty March IS Tith the dwinj Itoure of the fifty first General Aembly at hand tlie Republican ma chinery in liotfj brandies la fpmling op in an effort to enact into lav eer plank in the Hde legislative program Night win will be held daily until the cloe of the session and although the lat of llie etenty days is toda the tim doubtless viill extend until next Sunda The Senate gave final passage late last night tu the bill which creates a State 1 Department of Public Welfare combin ing the offices of the food and drug in tector hotel inspector beverage inspec lr oil inspector and the bureau of mines under one department with a Hate su Im if or of public welfare at the bead III salary is fixed at 1000 a ear Sen alnr Wi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 March 1921

1 THE COLUMBIA EWNING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COUNTY Uto BILL PASSES STATE SENATE Measure Wins in Upper Iwr by a Vote of 24 lo 7 After Five Hours of Debate ALL AMENDMENTS LOST Will Be Sent to Governor Hyde for His Signature Be fore Becoming a Law Bj Stall Carrripcmitnu jErreicoN Gtt March 16 The County Unit Bill which Governor Hyde call the most important piece of legis lation of this session of the General As sembl was given final passage without amendments in the Senate late last uight after five hours of fierce debate The hill only awaits the governor signature to become a law The final vote was 24 ajes and 7 noes Senator F C Harris of Colombia voted for the bill An amendment which would render the measure optional with each county offered by Senator B T Cordon yester day afternoon was the cause of most of the debate According to Senator n ill C Irwin and his Republican fol io rr attempt to force the amendment into the bill was made in order that it would hae to be referred to...

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. — 16 March 1921

PACE TWO 1 Z2HEXSl HINTS ABOUT YOUR NEEDS If ou had been on the golf links this afternoon and had seen the newest sport hose which the March wind let you view as it whipped the feminine golfers skirts about qu would be much poorer now for not a single woman could do without these new wool lioe and the shoes which accompanied them if she once saw them Gray they are of course for sports clothes mutt follow the trend of fashion in color The Bat heeled oxfords with the very lowest heels imaginable and many rows of perforations were of suede and the hose worn with them were of light weight gray wool Not many of them VfcTFSs -- v x rv Ti 4 and Ninth street showed not woolhose Out siik ligui gray orian ice hoe that pass that comer this spring are m i plainer than those that were flitting by a ear ago The rery newest and rtot ultra fashionable are indeed plain al though the quality may be far from plain A few pairs pf chiffon silk may pass by I but the majority of Columbia women hate not je...

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. — 16 March 1921

News of Columbia Society- Miss Ella Fyatt society editor icdl appreciate it if you Kill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Prof and Mrs Henry D Hooker Jr 1105 Locust street will entertain at 7 o clock tomorrow evening with a dinner party for Mr and Mrs Patterson Cain Jr whose marriage -was an intercstingvent cf this month Sweet peas will be used to decorate the rooms The guests will he served at three small tablcv Violets in small green baskets mil form the cen terpieces for these tables Brides the honor guests those preent will be Miss Xatherine Jones Miss Catherine Bain Mr and Mrs Ustick Bain Prof and Mrs C R Moulton Tiiaddeus It ton and Mvron Watkins Mrs Lewis Knudson of Ithica N Y is expected to arrive Sumlay for an ex tended isit with her mother Mrs Rosa lngels 1504 East Broadwav Her hus band who is professor of plant physi ology in Cornell University will sail at once for Europe where he will de liver a course of lectures in the univer sities at Mad...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 March 1921

1 i 111 II fi MMPMMMrW S3 PACE FOUR Acceptance for mailing at special Vate f postage prorided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep mber 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Nes 274 Uiertising and Circulation 53 SHOTGUN VS PISTOL Pistols are entirely loo liand in llie causing of unlawful deaths Concealed weapons has becorfe synon mou with he racket edition of the 6rearm Tlic disadvantage of permitting the possesion of a weapon so well suited for murderers overbalance the advantages of permitting anyone carrying a secret firearm A per son openly carrying a firearm seldom finds occasion to use it Every person who puts a pistol in his hip pocket intends to kill a man with it should he from his own viewpoint deem it wise to do so declares Covernor Peck of Texas No legislation sfibuld be Iiad that would encourage or make easy the taking of a human life It should be made as difficult as possible for one man to kill another he adds Possibly the best thing that can be said allowing ...

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. — 16 March 1921

Phone 55 FDR boh sah CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SALE Nice rKm basat rjeaa ia Prire 25000 Veaetan Ph- Vt H FOR SALE If you are leakitaf fur home in umiia vuil Ial ti vc iim what U vvattt at pnc ard ttms t Let aWv pnsj SaaM Citron RaTty Company Kxrhange National Bank Budd ing rWe 27 si FOK SALE Purebred sinple comb Rhode ialassl fine laving state Egas for hatching in any quantity ami orders tafcaa for disks Mi A SBW al Phone 341 S 158lf DB SALE- W ill ad M IUS an a 3D off of 220 4 mil- - or vvlnrti I hv viral linn ii on rd 200 an aire 5 in timlx r in- duiiing willovv park Beadej I lilt SALE Wood store length price phone 56 red B 143tf NC SALE- Eggs for hatching from jriie winning single comb Rhode Island Reds Best winter lavers Aiso place LOT FOR SALE- Good building lot on Willis Avenue 50xl paved street and granitoid walk one half block from Broadwav See P S Quinn or tele phone 951 black Q 161tf FOR RENT FOR RENT ON SHARS A garden plot 50x140 feet already br...

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. — 16 March 1921

tftWWHMuu aru wwft imw ----- S1 - VWUnMMHBHK PACE SIX - - COMMEKCIALCLUB REPORT IS MADE Gmlinued from page 3 -In Ticer Town which was produced on Thanksgiving day by the Student Council of the of the University After the picture had been shovin in Colum bia it was turned over to the Commercial Club for distribution tlmudwut the slac CIXB MEUSIICS BOOKLET Ever since the organization of the Commercial Club its work has been ban ilirapped by the lack of a comprehensive booklet setting forth the civic commer cial agricultural indutrial and educa tional advantages of Columbia Such a booklet has been in great demand parti cularly in connection with replies 19 in cpmies from propective students rei drsts and industries Idealizing this need the directors authorized the publication if a booklet at a meeting in January and the work of compiling the information for it was immediately started An effort was made not to overlook any important features of the community Scleral important recommenda...

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. — 17 March 1921

ir THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR SAM1 PATRICK AGAIN BLESSES THE ENGINEERS Giltncr Ingels Wears Green Roles of Irish Patron in Parade This Af ternoon ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT Senior Class of 55 and Five Honorary Members Are Knighted Today at Kow Tow St Patrick the patron Mint of tbe students in the School of Engineering returned to Columbia today for his nine teenth annual pilgrimage accompanied hv the traditional Blarney Stone and greeted b the usual picturesque cere monies associated with the annual cele bration of his natal day The honored faint made his first public appearance in the St Pals parade which passed down Broadway between 4 and 5 oclock this afternoon Giltner It Ingels of Columbia was the student selected by his classmates to wear the green velvet robe of St Patrick which incidentally was made by the first woman eer knighted by St Patrick Mis Mary E Stephens to whom the 1911 Shamrock was dedicated Fite men and one woman in addi tion to the fifty five tnembers of the se nio...

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. — 17 March 1921

i MBHMIMWg PACE TWO CLUBS INDORSE UNION BUILDING Almost All Schools Already Fully Organized for Memo rial Campaign One hundred per cent organization or the Missouri Memorial Union Building campaign opening Mnrch 28as report--d Ljr practically every school and col lege in the University when the Central Committee met jresterdajr afternoon to discuss plans for the hest method of con ducting the campaign in the different schools Etery school except the School of Medicine had representatives present who reported on the progress made thus far in organization Each school has a chairman with a cer tain number of men under him all of whom constitute the Central Committee Each chairman plats so to organize his school that the solicitation of the entire student body after the campaign is launched will be a sitiple matter An idea of how far reaching the effects of the advertising among the alumni hae been given by Odon Guitar Jr campaign director who told of the enthusiasm aroued among former ...

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. — 17 March 1921

mi I 1 t iaB iVgs 0 Columbia Society Wiss Ella Wyatt society editor uill appreciate it you uill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Everything is election The town and the University are full of interest and enthusiasm for the various candidates Society women are donning their street clothes to solicit the aid of friends in furthering their campaigns and the Uni versity girls are quite forgetting to add the eitra curls rouge and powder thii Vtctk because every little minute counts in electioneering for the right man JliiS Catherine Ware las been riio en honorary Colonel of the It 0 T C Tuesday morning the candidates for May Queen will be voted on Tomorrow is the day that a new student president will be choen for the University Just watch wail and listen Then the city officials will be elected April 5 Isn t it a grand and glorious feeling to think that there arc other things beides pink teas sewing parties and housework to Interest Columbia matrons and miss...

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. — 17 March 1921

PACE FOUR THE1 COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN i Published every evening except Sunday by the MitsourUn Publishing Auocia tion Inc Jiy H Keif Hill Columbia Miwouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Makacix SUBSCRIPTION IUTES City Week 10 cents tingle copies cent By mail in Boone County Year 125 5 months 175 3 months 90 cents nonth 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 123 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 j THE COUNTY UNIT BILL a The passage of the County Unit Bill by the State Legislature means Mis 1 souris great step forward It means that Missouri is doing her share in trying I to solve the educational crisis that is felt j the country over The distinctive feature of the county unit system is the equalization of edu cational opportunity in Missouri That is to say the children of the rural dis 1 t tiicts will enjoy the same educational op portunity hitherto enjoyed by ...

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. — 17 March 1921

j phone 55 J J CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a pay FOR SALE SfOR SALE- Nice 5 room house clow h Price 265000 Hajcs 4 Weathers rnR SLE II jou are looking for a in Columbia well located vre hare jjX joo want at price and terms to suit Smith Catron Realty M n show mnmy Excliange National Bank Build- ftene 27 S170 XJR SALE If joa arc looking for kgne in Columbia Bee us We have Uit jw u9nt at Pce and lcnns l0 a Sxith Catron Realty Co Phone J LOV iflR SLE A Jiite wicker lsine i mxl condition Phone 553 H 170 1 - jtrnR SALE Six room house on north Ik water lights furnace and garage id OilHX Three rooms in this houe Igt for Possession April 1 Price Su Hayes 4 Weathers Phone 272 IH67tf ifOR SLE Purebred single comb Vpie Island Reds fine laing strain jp for hatching in any quantity and gin taken for chicks Sirs J A Stew Phone 31 S 158tf FOR SALE Will sell at 133 an acre JO icrcs off of 220 4 miles somlieas farwiieh I haie several times been o3et J 200 an acre 5 acres in timber in fciuiX wi...

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. — 17 March 1921

S ill a i K u fri Ic tA K Id B ri l t r J 1 E ji u o 3 ti s A t ji I PACE SIX WAR BREWING M THE ORIENT Japan China and Red Russia Antagonistic May Hit United States tmued tittu Harbin Maxciii ru March 17 War is hrening in the Far East and it hut Tint lie without grate import in the Unit ed State Of course wars of a certain kind are no noteltr out here but the impending conflict promises to g far beyond the less serious affairs tbe East has come to rail Mars and which hate kept Siberia Manchuria and China in a constant tur moil for jears Japan and Red Russia are at each others throats The final clash may come at any moment It may be avoid ed sincere patriots in each country are doing their utmost to prevent another Uuioo Japcnese war But the outlook is nut bright The first signs of spring will undoubt edly see a development one way or the other in the problem Cencral Takajanagi Japanese chief of stall in Siberia has admitted the gravity of the situation He said in an interview that h...

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. — 17 March 1921

STUDENT ELECTION AT UNIVERSITY FRIDAY Principal Candidates In Race For Student Offices Follouine are brief sketches of the principal candidates m the annual stu dent election tomorrow including those nho are seeking to be president of the student body vice president of the stu dent body editor of the Saritar end busi ness manager of the Savitar Student President J Max McCann candidate for student president lives in Webb City He is 24 years old and has been a student in the University four jears McCann entered the Univcnit in 1916 and continued his studies here until he entered government service in 1918 After a year in gov ernment employ he re entered the Uni versit ChiIe in the University McCann has been connected with the following school i i mm cil member of basketball squad 1918 member of the committee to send the University Cadet Band to St Louis chairman of the Athletic Carnival Com mittee member of the committee to re rise the Savitar constitution one of the originators of th...

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. — 17 March 1921

PACTOfflsEcnonr - I Mary Bess Mesenrey Marian Humfeld Melba Scheldrup Dorothy Mantz Louanna Hale John Arnett Dudley Jerrclt John Caskey Milton McQueen Marjorie Harbaugh Helen Wilkins Irma Bewyer Bud Sigmund Carl Gentry LAW Gnibb Armstrong Lee Young Bill Busby Dick Slater Johnny OKeefe Bunny Shannon AV A Growing Mary Chora President YlftA Margaret Hawkins President Womens Self Government Association Elsa Bradley S G A Council YffCl Cabinet Mildred Hill 5 C A Council Bdlie Ware Honorary Colonel Cadet Corps Helen Bradford St Pats Queen Florence Sehaper YWCA Helen Eiselben President Freshmen Women Marie Parker President Womens Athletic Associatior Anna Payne Vice President Y W C A Florida Parsons Treasurer Y W C A mf ft f Henrietta Stewart Harvest Queen Y W C AjCabinet Ruth Spanrjient Y W C A Cabinet Edna Wolf Y W C A Cabinet Gads Bray District Captain Elsie Cornell Y W CA Vitula Van Dyne Mortar Board Helen Wilkirss President Womens Qlee Club Hope Joslyn Vice Prrident S C A Lucille Cros...

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