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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 March 1921

JarL day she of iter J 178 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN 1 i Memorial Campaigif Reaches 162850 -all 172 m j of of re re e on lv 1 in 1 EXTRA 7 a m CLASSES SUSPENDED TODAY BY DEAN MILLER TO PERMIT WORKERS TO COMPLETE QUOTA 225000 Set by Committee As Goal to Be Readied In Days Solici tation CANVASSERS VOLUNTEER Chairmen of Various Schools Will Rally All Men For An Intensive Carripaign Dean Walter Miller acting presi dent of the University announced Jut night that all University classes would be suspended today in order that students might devote their en tire time to reaching the 225000 which has been set as todays goal in the Memorial Union campaign Dean MUIer declared the holiday at r 9 oclock after members of the central committee in charge of the Memorial campaign liad visited him He said that he had given the holiday in the belief that all University undents would tale part In the effort to raise the Memorial fond to 2Z000 today It is the duty of every loyal Missouri trident 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. — 29 March 1921

mi I i m M hi page two THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publishing Assoda lion Inc Jay H Neil HaD Cdumbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiucn SUBSCRIFnON RATES City Week 10 cents single copies cents Br mail in Boone County Year 33 months 175 3 months 90 cents Tenth 33 crriu Ouiide the coonty Year UQ 3 months JL25 month 43 cents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Enred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE LEGACY The Memorial Building is to be the egacy of a scholastic session to other sessions Now that the bugle has been aAfntvi and til mfTtnjttltl IS Oil ilS 1 success Mill depend on the moral sup port of all concerned and its practica bilitT on the wholehearted backing of the 1920 21 students of theUniversitr of Missouri In addition to it usefulness and moral features as a student activity cen ter and as a monument the Memorial will be the link uniting the past...

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. — 29 March 1921

m i I I i Uui a Fyou soder editor tcill t nrfaale ft if you irii telephone so- items beticccn 9 and 12 oclock M JtUfhoneii Why did it haw 0 snow on Easter Dot less than a thousand mouths in Col nhia used this expression one time or jaolher during the day But ever one vss happy simply because it was Easter Kjhe churches were filled to overflowing after nhich the motly crowds scattered nme nersons going to heir relatires for a fumly reunion some walking peace fully homeward and others going to the fraternity or sorority houses for dinner Those at the fraternity houses were Phil Gtmma Delta Misses Lluabeth Urcimer of Kansas Gty Eleanor Wood Betty Campbell Cladvs Pershing Mary Welch Louise Talum Mary Bess Meeney Doro 11 Limerick Helen Eisleben Ruth CJmpbell Katherine Davis Lucille Cross Helen Jordon Frances Dunitoodr Laura Trances Headon Nonne Randall and Robert Potest of St Joseph Alpha Tau Omega Mies Ijicille Downing Bethel Barrett Dorothy French JUdie Lee Walker and Allan Portcous an...

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. — 29 March 1921

Mfe AGEFOURJ COLUMBIA EVENING aUSSOURlAr TUESDAY MACH 29 1921 mmm fBPfr UNIVERSITY NEWS I Jj f WMf n I tfiE HI I HI t J U Morrii left yeiterdajr for bis In Jl fc LVAnUfc Il I llf v II II MUi Mec Ryan Moss spent the week- S end at her borne In Nevada t Mrs S F Thompson of Cowgill spent F the week end in Colombia visiting her son Fred A Thompson Miss Winnie Hall of La Cross was a U2 -3 V P It 3 vi f borne in Lincoln Mo reek end guest of her sister Miss Jane HalL H B Shepard and Wilken Smith are pending the week end with their parents In Moberljr Harry Roberts accompanied hem as their guest Mrs Ora Hardin Scott Dana Press Dub chaperon returned Friday from Moberly where her brother James Hardin of Itennick was operated on last week f Frank S Hough Jr a student in forestry at Ion a State College is spend- I ing the week end with his brother Elliott I W Hough i Dean C D Edwards of the Bible lege went to Hallsville Saturday to speak at the Easter services of the Christian Church Mrs J W Du...

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. — 30 March 1921

THE COLUMBIA EMENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR IMON NEEDS 150 MEMBERS TO END DRIVE Campaign to Be Carried on Un til Remaining 15000 Is Subscribed Say Headquarters TO CELEBRATE VICTORY Festivity Planned for Last Night Will Mark Reaching of Goal May Pay in Academic Hall Only 150 more memberships were needed ibis noon to put over the Mis souri Memorial Union Building cam paign The campaign vrill be carried on the rest of the week or until the remain ing 15000 is subscribed it was said at headquarters this rooming It is expect ed that this amount vrill be raised today The total known amount subscribed is 235000 When the sura Teaches J2S0 000 there will be a celebration Leslie Cowan treasurer of the Memor ial Union fund has made arrangements for the collection of the firs payment To morrow afternoon Friday afternoon and all day Saturday there will be tables in the main corridor of Academic Hall where payment is to be made MAS5 MFXTlC LAST MCHT The mass meeting in the University Auditori...

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. — 30 March 1921

fc H H 81 del fl Hi U ftf L HINTS f - n - Au i vmim uc Krpi niitT ana we pour ciuiutcii hire ravenous appetites any time of the rvear One Columbia voman satd a lew Jdajs ago that she simply could not loot a bean in the face again that the liad had them boiled baked fried and seal sloped and had cooked the vihole bean family but hen we suggested that she - make a salad of them combining thm with bead lettuce iicLlet and radishes JsttxH trt There Is no reason why ou saonid not hare foods to gx with the season Spring it hcf both in calendar and in tempera in winter seem stuffy and riclu What we crave is freh crisp salad and vegetables radishes lettuce onion OMDN MOST UEALT Y OFiiLL VEGETABLES The onion is Drimarilv a nlebelan food To many its odor is obnoxious and there- fore it U sliunned by polite society but l4heonlon is one of the tnot healthy of Eail vegetables One college president is BSTi vrn Lnnwn In keen cloves beneath the t cushions of all liis living room chairs so that he m...

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. — 30 March 1921

m - r iJgfflQJglJggfeTiPlBaWKiLLKgnKW JIIJKHg5gMlBff8MBlMBBBBlBl MiLLwILLLLPsFfflM vk iT V V- 50w vsSgRPfr SJS vf Tsas JMi8a - i rf ACACIAS 0 K HOUSE PLANS Expect to Build 125000 Chap ter House on Rollins in the Next Year The architects plana for a new borne to be built here by the Acacia fraternity have been approved by the local chapters building committee The estimated cost of lie home is 125000 It will stand on Iota already owned by the fraternity next to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity- bouse on Rollins street Construction of the new home will be started within it year according to mem bers or the building committee A large reception room with fireplaces at either end will occupy the central position on the first floor Wings ex tending frtro the main part of the build ing will form a U Accommodations for about forty men will be available The buildine will be two stories in height A feature of interest to Masons will be the Masonic library to be installed in one wing MAINLY 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. — 30 March 1921

s vt SWTCE F 1HE s VI TOUR COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday bytbe Missouriaa Publishing Associa tion Inc Jsjr IL Ncff Hill Columbia Missouri 5t ALFONSO J0ILN6ON JUwcn SUBSCRIPTION RATES JOty Week 10 cents sfngle copies JJJceats By moll in Boone County Year 325 i months 9175 3 months 90 ccnti rorub 35 cents Oujide tbe county Year J 150 3 months 125 month 43 cents IajaLle to advance Member Audit Bureau of Grculalions u - jEtrired as second class mail cutler TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 271 Advertising and Circulation 55 R BEING HONEST Done lionet with ourselves is one of tbe hardest Laskft ire know- Nn nun Iot lues lo bear Ins faults expounded by an- t other iw No more does lie relish picking out bis own defects himself It is mittcdly much more pleasant to pat our selves on tbe bad and think ho capable we are Long ago Polonius pleased himself by setting forth a mode of conduct to Laertes in which he advises his son in litis way SThis above all to lhine own s...

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. — 30 March 1921

Si I Phone 55 rfTJ - ms - v -V-- - -- r CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day TOR SALE FOR SM E Bed dressers student tables complete furniture far roomers 65 High St rirone 1283 vtliite T V7tf 0R SALE Well improved farm of ibout 100 actes 6 tniles from town de fohly located mostly jn erass Well worth the money Address II care Mis icnrian 181 FOR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster Lie new- at a bargain Taylor Garage 178U Toll bALE Remington typewriter 2300 in good condition New Notary jfrostyle Apply lchteru Walton Dan id Coone Tavern Bldg 1 178 fFLRMTinE FOR SLE Cheap Beautiful overstuffed tapestry davenport jEt solid brown mahogany bedroom suite Practically new perfect condition braving city must ell quietly Call BeasIey Apartment No 15 II 178 FOR SLE Ileal good fully modem ieuih side home with 5 large rooms bath and large sleeping iMrch concrete base ment garage lot BSxlBo paved street dose to town and University Possession at once 5350 Will carry back 3000 at 6 per cent Carey Frasier p...

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. — 30 March 1921

m k r - H M Mjriesare COSTLY M US More Spent for Them in 1920 Than oil Education Since Beginning of Nation Wasiiicto March 30 More money wit tpent for luxuries in the United Slates in 1920 ibas was upended on education in the entile history of the Country according to Bgora today in the office Dr P P Clayton United States ccramisiionrr of education The total spent on luxuries in 1920 122700000000 In 1918 the coun try iprnt 919729238 for elementary and lumber education From the beginning of American Imtory until 1920 a grand total of J166J50WrjOO was devoted to ed il ea Jen Included in the figures are items for public education elementary and second ary normal school for the training of ucliers colleges universities and pro fessional and technical schools whether supported by public taxation or privately nwnrd Salaries for teachers cost of budding upkeep and equipment also are included in the total Completed figures for 1918 sliow that instructors in all of our schools received salii...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 March 1921

t KS THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR FORMER KING ANTS THRONE OF HUNGARY Ex Emperor Charles Plans to Seize Power Has Small f Army Advancing on f Budapest XUSTRIA nGHTS MOVE battle Entente Threatens to Mobilize Army Against Plotters Coup Was Carefully Planned 4ff mm i Km tmltmi PrmU v Vusi March 31 Former Emperor Charles has resolved to seize the Hungar ian throne according to an announce tont sent out today from Steinamanger Preaurr Meyer his ordered the con- jening of the parliament tomorrow and they will decide whether Charles vill he Warned to the throne or the present reame remain in power a Austria la opposed to the Mating of Unites and has assured the Allies that the vill resist any attempt of Charles to true ihe throne Charles has appoint ed Count Seagrave governor of West Jttrsgary and General Lehar to command all ih forces The little Entente has declared its opposition to the return of Charles to power The coup to reseat Charles has been csreHlly planned it was learned here tod...

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. — 31 March 1921

lip PACE TWO Him- joint 1 il ft LOCAL AD IS ASKED IN GIFT CORiyPIlQBCT cL B Welsh Visits Columbia as Representative of Ameri can Farm Bureau Federation TO BE USED FXR RELIEF State Quota Wjll Be Two Mil lion Bushels Every Farm- er Will Be Asked to Make Ponation H B Welsh special representative from the American Faro Bureau Federa lion q Columbia vettcrdav confer ring with the Missouri Farm Bureau Fed eration and the College of Agriculture preparatory to Marling an intensive cam paign for the purpose of raiting M courts quota of two million bushel gift com for European Relief transnort Irte rarmers free com trui the Interior to the seaboard Next curie word that the com shellers throughout the country were volunteering to shell the farmers gift grain rp of charge The local Elevators then volunteered to store and lad the com gratis The Railways cne after another volunteered to piclc up the corn at the local stations carry it tj the big termlnab assemble it into train loads and transport...

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. — 31 March 1921

if JW fcO m The Association of Collegiate Alum nae will entertain at 4 oclock tomorrow afternoon with a silver tea at Read Hall for the benefit of Welch Hall The fol lowing program will be given before tea is served Miss Naana L Forbes rrad ing Miss Margaret Baxter harp solo Mrs H R Glascock vocal solo Mrs Hazel Newman Miss Mona Brown and Miss Laura Cox interpretive dancing The pnblic is cordially invited Dr and Mrs E R Clark who attend ed the convention of the American Asso ciation -of Anatomists last week end in J Philadelphia were guests at several ban quets givert at the Adelphia Hotel there Doctor Clark read a paper Reaction of Living Cells to Starch Granules at one of the meetings of the association which was held at the Wisca Institute Doctor and Mrs Clark returned home Monday The members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity will entertain tomorrow night with their fifty first annual dance The chaperons will include Mrs Cussie Smith Miss Eva Johnston Dean and Mb J P JJcBaine Mr ...

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. — 31 March 1921

IHECOLUMBIA EVENING MSSOMUAN Hi troubled Published every evening except Sunday JT theaMissourian Publishing on Inc Jiy H Neff Hall Columbia AUMoun ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiucer v SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cory Week 10 cents single copies I cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 5rtionths 175 3 months 90 cents Comlv 35 cents Oulde the county Year 150 3 mftnths 125 month 45 rents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations iPfiered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 53 LOYALTY IN DEED Missouri has answered the call for a hall of fame for her dead by subscribing 1 record time the half of the quota set ji by the students of the University to carry a mesage o the alumni that Mis souri really was behind the memorial materially as well as spiritually The first day of the drive surprised CVJn these who had so carefully laid the plans for two fifths of the amount scJL had been subscribed tnirty nve min ute after the first subscription was JakenJ ...

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. — 31 March 1921

-I i 1 phone 55 CLASSIFIED ADS Halt a Cent a Word- Day FOR SALE lOR SUX Bcd dressers student nJJrt complete furniture for roomers tfS High L Phone 1283 white T 177tf fOU SALE Ford tuiring car J175 t7tjor Oarage stmt rfVR SALE Well improved farm of ool 100 acre 6 miles from town de- Uy lucateu mosiiy in grass mrtl tie money Address 11 care 5L ill1 TOR SALE 1V20 Hudson Speedster file new -at a bargain TaIor Garage 178tf FOB SALE Real good fully modern f teeth side home with 5 large rooms bath U Urge sleeping porch concrete base- garage lot 88183 paved street de to town and University Possession it once 550 Will carry luck 3000 at 6 per cent Carey Frasier phone 51 or 590 white 0 182 FOR SLE Buff Orpington eggs for juiching 150 setting of 15 3 sows MO 1 boar Pink Williams 101 Sexton RmA Phone 430 red W 179 FOR SKUZ Single comb white leg ion eggs for setting S150 for 15 8 hundred Davis Durant Phone 683 FOR SLE Twenty acres of land ii 9 room house out buildings and rait trees within city ...

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. — 31 March 1921

r M W Kl a fr pvijl M rwii M J I -X 3 Cj l - si 4 J a J iJ V B B Us IV i 0I FP fc H fi h I Q PAGE SIX HOLD ENGLAND TO BLAME FOR IRISH DISTRESS Report of American Commission Says British Are Respon sible for Reign of 1 error HEARD MANY WITNESSES Decide Motive Was to Terrorize Civilians and Reduce Workinglllasses to Starvation It VulHd ftnt Washiictos March 31 The people of Ireland are at the mercy of imperial British forces luch are acting contrary to all law and all sjindards of human rondact the American commission on conditions in Ireland declared in its re port rcado public today The report including much of the le tinwHiy eliciml at hearings here last win ter criticized the Vritish policy of force The Iritli ere criticized for what the committer called assassinations but nhicli tlie IrMi witnesses termed execu tionV TV difficulties in Ireland it was de clared are surimed up in the fact that the British liave sent troops to occupy the inland Tlie Inb resenting occu pation were sa...

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. — 1 April 1921

m 9 i H for B is K No R Buy It pi InHMHHMMMnMMMKnHWBMttunBMaw 3flaliPrcP x - i aaara MWBiatft am a - jiMa ---- - - -- - ss j u jHiwinbAi t r w j a irair p r - a 7i - t ir - i iSifliaaBrnx mrv jxus 7svs - ra Jk w rcir TjjnaBBam m - jjvw tc n s r w a if THE IRTEENTH YEAR GLASGOW TO BUILD MOID TRAES BRIDGE SRhral Plans of That City and Boonviye to Be Outlined at Dinner Here Tonight 0 GUESTS EXPECTED siarmers Business and Profes sional Men to Attend No Delegation From Independence AGtag citizens say they are prepared to finance tic construction of a bridge itcrom the Missuri Hirer at that place tjanedialrlv according to Fred Nivrrt lie nnficd the Commercial Qub by rj oaae today that re would be Here lor XA Trills road meeting thi evening Vjtl four other delegates from Clasgow Mr Nivert raid tbat at a mass meeting U in Glasgow last night sufficient Doney was pledged or arranged for to t jut lirourli me bniige project ana imi Oie would give the complete details of the movement at the meet...

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. — 1 April 1921

It f i f H 3 K 1 Hi m l r a j i t X PACE TWO QUEEN BEE IS THENATOOW Professor Haseraan Says That She Lives Only Two or Three Years but Is AlwaysBusy BEES ARE COLMMUNISTS Eacli Member of Colony Works Only for Good of All Self interest and Gain Unknown A honeymoon in the air a bride a ife and a widow within less than an hours time the mother ol from ty to eighty thousand children from two to three lean of life and then death such is the fate of the queen bee one or the busiest little insects In the world says Leonard Haeron professor of entomolo gy in the College of Agriculture The story of the bee has to do with rV nd romance Flowers blossom sunshine and labor ate necessary for its existence The bee to judge from its na bils seems to believe like unyie u work is a divine thing in life In the lioneybee tribe there are three inds of bees the queen worker and which the female Jrone The queen cell in male bee is reared is an inch long and points in a downward direction in the cone the Up...

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. — 1 April 1921

1 1 tl -4 4 t n 4 I H t Atews 0 Columbia Society Mist Ella Ifyatt sodelj editor icill appreciate it if you ictll telephone so aely items betxten 9 cud 12 oclock Telephone Zii Prof A F Kuhlman vtilj entertain at dinner tomorrow evening at the Dan iel Uoone Tavern for Mr anj Mrs Pat terson Bain Jr Mrs Ruby M Huleiu 207 Soutii Carth avenue left today for Kanas Gty to be present at the wedding of- Miss Helen Hall Hulen to Erl K Eby of Kansas City which feitl tale place Saturday evening at the home or Mis 1 luteins couin Mrs J B Ellis Miss Hulen is the daughter of John llulrn of Halls Jle and a tiIrr of Ituby L Hulen prosecuting attorney liere Air Eby was graduated from William Jew HI Collegt in 1918 and is a member if the Sigma Nu fraternity He is head of the Western Creamery Company in Kansas Oil Mr and Mrs Eby will be at home in Kansas I Gty Miss Marian Fitzsimons of Detroit Mich arrived yesterday for a short Uit with Mis Eleanor Taylor West Broad way Mis Talor and Miss Fitzsimons lef...

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. — 1 April 1921

mm COLUMBIA EVENING PJLi I MISSOURIAN erery eteslng except Sun lay mauHah Pnhlishlne Aaaoda Iflne Jay H Neff Hill ColaoiU UAlTONSO JOHNSON MAca C SUBSCRIPTION RATES Chy Week 10 cents single copies I QECU Bf Bail In Boom Conntr Year 125 i mettiha 1175 3 months 90 cents icomli 35 cent i Oajlde the county Yew 150 3 Wda 125 month 45 cent Parable m stance Member Audit Bureau of Gradations fEnsred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Xew 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 NEGRO POLICY IN SOUTH In accordance with tbe changes in the last few 5ears of the southern attitude toward a negro educational policy the Mississippi legislature has appropriated a record allotment to negro scnoois trus w year mt Statistic show that there is a constant Mtendency en the part of the Northern negro to migrate back to the South When 5 there was an exceptional demand for labor in the North in 1917 an inrestiga torjjn Pittsburgh found that only 8 per cent of lie negroes interviewed bad nude up their m...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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