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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 April 1921

5i f Tv hWss Jfe KjJat 100 acres 0 miles arom lown tie fSaHl located mostly in pass Well Kgnh lie money Address IL care t mR YnR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster I5sew t a bargain Tslors Garage KjTOR SALE Heal good fully modern v I ur villi S Ixree rooms Lath jjjjarre sleeping porch concrete lljgjrage lot KJxlto pavea siren oml Ilmvereitv Possession RrSee 550 Will carry bad 3000 tft per cent Uarcy a r rosier pnonc noor S90 hite G 182 nR SALE Snde comb white kg- n eggs for setting 1 50 for 15 8 Rifcmarcu i - w LMVM tvitj CUP Tnttf nprrc f land Kid 9 room house out buildings and ffrat treis within city limits Phone jSgreen or addrc R IL Brushwood ET U b OR SALE To cars Buick Six I nrvr overhiuled and repainted wed Reo at bargain in good mechanical tradition F II Uoberecht 11 1 i3U IFOR SALE 1920 model Harley Darid Ron motorcycle 707 Tandy Are Phone IlUMJacL P 168tf iF0R SALE If you are looking for Phone in Columbia see us We have chit you want at price and terms to resit Smith Catron Realty...

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. — 1 April 1921

W A ft IQI rofi S a a up m fofl m H 11 m VL t laid - w PAGE SIX - in i nun j i hni i sraiiiSSinnaatfciffiKj LOCAL SHIPPING IS SUCCESS 270 Centers Now in State Four in Boone County Missouri now has 270 lire stock ping associations located in i5 counties Thl males her rank higher than Illinois and Iowa Mot of the shipping associations are local and center around one shipping iwint There are only two or three coun ty vide associations in the state The first couny wis shipping association vas formed in Marion County and since that time a large number in Ohio and Iowa hate been patterned after it There Js still considerable debate as to the trill ire merits of county wide and local Croups Boone County has four shipping or ganizations at Sturgeon Centralis Hallsile and Columbia The one formed at Centralia was the third to be organised tn the state The first two Mere in JLinn County The lnc slock shipping associations furnish an economical method of market ing to the farmer who has less th...

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. — 2 April 1921

J THEtmiBffllA EVENING MSSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA MISSOURI SATURDAY APRIL 2 1921 FOUR THIRTY OCLOCK EDITION NUMBER 181 - BOONVILLE AND GLASGOWBOTH OFFER BRIDGE Competition Between Towns Seems to Insure Crossing for Old Trails Col umbia for Builders BE MEMORIAL HIGHWAY Delegates From Six Towns Hear Advantages Over Other Routes Told at Ban auet Last Night The meeting of lbe Old Trails Road Association at the banquet of the Coo nercial Club last night was to hear plana for a bridge across the Missouri River Then the meeting adjourned puna naa rn offered for two bridges The Boonville delegation headed by CoL T A Jolinson had prepared a re port wilbjin estimate on a bridge for abcut 700000 W L Hannaca speak organization explained mg for the Glasgow plained that there would be a bridge arross the river at this town regardless nf an automobile structure being erected at any other point for the 6ld Trails road A motion made by tbe Boonville dele gation that a subscription list be st...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 April 1921

71 4H i LI I Iwal TteS i 1 n IU H I is in tri do I isti oT 3 tiU new Seam jUUIl rraog v T jP fori PACE TWO i m CLARKS SUITS LARGESTEVER BROUGHTHERE r Few Damage Cases Have Been Tried in Last 25 Years Some Have Humor ous Twist WASHWOMAN WON 54000 Gets Money From St Louis Transit Company Goes Back lo Tut and Washboard Tlie two sails filed oy Prof Ceorge L dark formerly of the law faculty gainst President A Ross lrllL of the University fnr tVflH unit aint the members of suits filed In Boone Count to date in looking over the records in the circuit clerks oSce it is found that few im portant damage suits have been tried is the last twenty five years In 1904 Columbia witnessed a trial that endoubtedly caused more excitement and comment than any damage suit ever tried before a Roone County court The cast was that of Rov Chlanda a woman of Bohtmian descent living in St Louis againt the St Louis Trcnsit Company In the petition filed Miss Chlanda asked for 125000 damages for injuries received...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 April 1921

SI COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN SATURDAY APRIL 2 1921 - j gpGE THHES j 1 TO KEPKESENT OKLAHOMA U average daily attendance is IS or 65 per iyf rM5j sSI Npmr nf Chlumhin Sncietv Thomas Beaird to Speak in Valley total cent amount of the of enumeration stato aid shall and not that exceed the III III it n Uiu a JTystt joaety eiiitor viU appreciate it if you tritf telephone to cictr items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The Cosmopolitan Club entertained at Head IUII last night with a Filipino Night Berides the regular raemben of the club there were a number of it Slort present including seyrral members of the faculty A brief address vas giv en by Dr James Gordon major of Co lumbia In which he emphasized the fact that Columbia is dependent Jargely upon the various colleges for its prosperity Mayor Gordon also extended a welcome to the foreign students expressing We hooe that they would continue to in crease in number An interesting feature of the evening wis a series of slides in whic...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 April 1921

Jta PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday the Missourian Publishing Associa tion Ine Jay Ii NcS HH Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON MAiucns 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 cents single copies J cents By mail in Boone County Year 125 5 months 175 3 months 90 cents nonlk 35 cents Oaliide the county Year 450 3 months 125 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 A STATE HOSPITAL Under the auspices of the Commercial QubrColumbia has offered to the Nation the ground for a new rehabilitation hos pital for wounded soldiers Several oth ers are to be located throughout the state line Senate has delayed1 the dis cussion and consideration of these offers for arweek until the offer of this city may be more concretely and definitely stated i -- In offering this ground for a hospital Columbia is carrying to a greater extent than eve...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 April 1921

yd fB55 - jflR SALE Tord touting car 175 Tijlo Garage 178lf fOR SALE Veil improved farm of jw iM acre 6 miles from town Vjllf oaitd moslr in ras Y11 iaA the money Address 1L care TOR SALE One new 9x10 rug Call JT - jOR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster JU new at a bargain Taylors Carafe fOR SALE Real good fully modern ari BJe home ith 5 large rooms fcath u4 Urge sleeping pore concrete base- - lut 83x183 paved street rw to town and University Possession -- ------ it 6 per cent Carey Frasier phone U9 or SW vdiile G-182- IXR SLE Stfigle comb -while leg ion eggs for setting JL50 for 15 8 Luxired Davis Durant Phone 683 D 170tf R LE Twenty acres of land ih 9 roera noue out uuuuiugs frail trees within city limits Phone mcreen or addrca R 11 Brushwood It F D d B-182- mo elir Tint ran Hrlil k Six good as new overhauled and repainted nrd Rto at bargain in gooU mecnanicai condition F II Hoberecht H 173tf FOR SALE 1920 model HarleyDavid ids motorcycle 707 Tandy Ave Thone Jtfttlack FOR SALE Eggs for hi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 April 1921

otl M tri m w ot Km P 1COI fom S Mmmt viiyy r - if I Insurance y Rental igenc ESL Insurance Of all Kinds Real Estate Bought and Sola Columbia Insurance Rental Agency Phone 259 Auto Tops tVc are now equipped to repair or put a new top on your car Note the following low prices Ford Roadster S9 Ford Touring Car 12 Chevrolet Touring Car 17 Overland 75 Tour Car 2150 Tops fqr other makes of cars at equally low prices Phone 894 Cranes Tire Shop Ninth and Walnut Sts Jefferson City School Sends Stu 1 dents to Get Ideas Money received from Jan night at the Columbia High School amounts to about 700 This is an estimate and may be Increased A barber shop scene was used for the minstrel show there was music by the high school orchestra a Topsy Turvy stunt by a group of black faced girls and a -Jazz Fashion Show an imitation of the one staged by the School of Journalism By Courier of one act sketch was pre sented by three students Misses Margaret Maus and Lillian Jose representing the Jefferson Ci...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 April 1921

ii nv Bmff tbMtttMttmKmafmm mmj - - n in mim 11 1 i i i ii iniFlniWTWriTTTWBlTTyiBBKL11gTTnrfTWrifWB iiii i mi iHMriTrT1TffT jpWB ifllBTBTIHBf iMWffM WTmB i TTllMfrr T in litttfimMIIIMmBMm jjMMWMM inriinBiHWHBHMKiiLlil jE Li L iLlJJLlL ji JlQMDBIOMIIlLJIlJBty i 111 WT a- TiHrilrrirrBrnrfflBralfTfllT r iTTBTrHHfmHTiMM - a Irf iwillff fst ffTPIWHvfffalWB iv iFr ft fflmWTS MSSeWwJSsmMiSISSifWSS 5wJwrafNsv 1REiE5flBfflW5C assrsrWiSJBSjEiHBElll PlWHK m JredwMSsLjySMiJJU iWHfcf TM COLUMBIA EfNG THIRTEENTH YEAR AMAGE SUITS BY GEO CLARK ARE DEFERRED Aw o Wait Until President Hill h X elurns rom Europe Demurrers Will JJe Filed II OTHER CASES ARE SET Francis Pranham and Henry i Hall Up Tomorrow No i Date Fixed for Trial i of I L Davis The two 50000 damage suits which re filed by Prof George CUrk against JL Ress Hill president of the University twj against the faculty in the School of j lr were brought op in the opening kmwii of Grcuit Court this rooming for ixtttag The attornes for the de- s ...

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. — 4 April 1921

h ll loeo ihoi Wi rci It atl T cr L i tun I ran ut Kbii ad U Jon i ik 2 orfc Y ob R V PACE TWO 5fe 3 iffliii - MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr John Brace vent to Melico Satur day Mr J E Peeler returned to St Louis Saturday J R Jasper of Stephens went to Mo berry Surday Jlr anVl Mrs Ardell Boslrictnrned to Sturgeon Saturday Mr J Linker 14 South Sixth street left totlay or St Louis on business E A Bath 217 Wat Broadway left today for Memphis Tend on bnsiness Miss Beta Saplngton returned to St Louit Saturday- after viaiting in Ashland Mrs C E 1 oibU and Miss Minnie Forbls spent the weekend in Centralia Miss Margaret Creer and Miss Lena Plummer spent the weel -end in Mexico Mo The Rer J W Hatcter preached at ihe Christian Church in Hallsville Sun day y Miss Vera Fluesmeir aid Miss Char lotte Aiken spent the week end in Iianr as Gty Mrs J K Sapp left Saturday for Deer Tree Colo to visit her son Clarence Sapp Mrs D R Miller vtent to Mexico Saturday to visit her brother the Rev J H Stidman Dr W McN...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 April 1921

Tl V- r k News of Columbia Society WUs Ella Fjatt natty tditer icill appreciate it if jou will telephone to aetj items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Perhaps the brightness and warmth of the day played a great part in per suading the populace to be outside yes- terday anyway it seemed as though ome intangible element was forcing ev ery matron and mis yes always include Jtr Escort out of the house to enjoy tpring at its best Evening time recalls to Same minds romantic days of yesler year xhen the spring moun told things they were too lnppy to tell where are those moons now Somehow the little cozy places of seclusion are no more but the substitution satisfies our modern flap pers and matrons The dinner guests at the Daniel Boone Tavern last evening in cluded Mts Murrell Clayton Carl E Bohc Miss Trma Bewyer J If McDivit Miss Mary Cord G W McElhiney Miss Louise Tatum James McDonald Witlen Miss Lucile Ashworth W 11 Coleman Miss Marjorie Starts John Rowley Frank II Leoy Jr Miss Pau...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 April 1921

sv pBIished arretr evening exccst SidY by the Missourisn Publishing Assoda IIob Idc Jay IL Ncff Hall Cokabla Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oty Wctk 10 cent single copies t cents Br tnai In Boone County Year S125 J months l7a 3 month 90 cents month 35 cent Oojide the coontr Year 150 3 month 13S month 45 cents Parable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Erfered aa second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News v 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE BUILDING REVIVAL The country needs a revival in building now as badly as it did last falL Only because of the mildness of last winter was a great deal of suffering prevented Next winter may be worse and the trme to pre pare foV next winters needs is this sum mer Senator Calders construction committee has made nine recommendations relating to building needs Seven of these refer to easier credit Of the others one is a proposal that an oKce be established in the Department of Commerce for the purpose of disseminatin...

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. — 4 April 1921

Hw9e53 En FOB SALE BR LE Practically new 6 room w ith bam mouem except Sw sun - Knat once iciib w jfto Phone 519 or 590 white 182tf FOR SALE We have some beautiful k can be bought north the money Jw terms Hajcs Weathers Fhone 271 H 183 FOR SUE One chifferobe one Ttl itt rcg 9x12 1 combination library and pool table tliis is a hondsome table TO y itaa1 prices Tele jhsne 12S2 green FOR SALE Bed dressers student complete furniture for roomers S High St Phone 1283 white T 177tf FOR SALE Ford touring car J175 U Taylors Garage 178tf TOR SXLE One new 9x10 rue- Call jjjj M 180tf FOR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster Elt ne at a bargain Taylors Garage 178tf FOR SUE New 10 room house on filsoa Avenue Price 7000 Easy tent Hayes 4 Weathers Phone 272 H 183 FOR SALE Real good fully modern icstli side home with 5 large rooms bath id larce deeping porch concrete Beat garage lot 83x185 paved street Qose to tonn and University Possession it once 5350 Will carry back tifiOO tt 6 per cent Carey Frasier phone ...

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. — 4 April 1921

ortfl n PACE SEC SMALL CROWD AH CONCERT Columbians Not Behind Town Biad Says Director F R Antolne The Colombia hind eare its second public concert in the Hill Theater Sun day afternoon F H Anloine director of the hand Mid the audience Sunday afternoon indi cated that the people of Columbia were not supporting the hand as iher should if they eipoct to maintain good organ Ration A charge of 50 cenU was made yesterday for the concert Thia as done to help the hand buy uniform and pay some of the debt that hate accumulated The amount talen in Mr Anloine aaid ould go a very little ay toward either In the opinion of many of those -who oearil the band the concert Sunday after DONNELL A JUDGE NOW Hyde Appoints M If Alumnus saV to Circuit Bench Forrest C Donnell of St Louis a grad uate of the Universii of Missouri has been narted a circuit judge in St Louis by Covernor Arthur M Hyde He will For first class shoe repair try Sapp Bros Adv 11 on t of the two new circuit judgeships created by the ...

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. — 5 April 1921

J - --------- - v THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN i THIRTEENTH YEAR CLOSE RACE IS INDICATED IN CITYELECTION - Jfo Estimates Can Be Made Since the Polls Do Not t Close Until 7 This J Evening r1000 VOTES AT 230 The Evidence This Morning Is That Women Will Be a Material Factor in Results Approximately 2000 votes had been - cut u the general ciljr and school ten at 230 oclock today with indica tions that the balloting would be hear- fcr to the remaining lioura before tbe paus closed at 7 oclock That the women will be a material f factor in deciding the issues of this years 5 tj election is evident from the fact that Sv50 f ccnt tD T0c cast thus far today rave been by women Jrom the estimates given by workers tt the polls the voting Kerns to be fairly i Krht in wards two three and four and heavy in the first wird Since tbe first J ward is generally conceded to be Re pub V Jican the indications arc that the race this year should be closer than in ui elections jj 5 otlowuig is the vote by ...

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. — 5 April 1921

tVr PACE TWO FMTERMTYTO - I Sr ft HAVEMEETING 100 Visiting Members Expected to Attend ii Kappa Psi Convention TlfePhl Ksppa P friternhy will hojd iu fifth district conrention here Thurs- oar J oamnUy This conren tionjs the first fold it Missouri since the re esUElistunent of ihe chapter here ft IXU J iiere m be from cliapters at Araes la the unirersities of - Colorado Tex- a Oklahoma Wshington and ftla nd from Lehnd Sunford Csl Ee i - boott it eipectecj tosend two or three delegates to the convention and several of the universities located t compsrititcly close win be represented by more The entire chapter from the Uirersitr of Kansas is canceled to r tend while OUahoma Nebraska and the chapters at Iowa and Ames will each be represented with font or fire delegates There probably will be a hundred wit Snu members -at the convention The delegates will stay at the Daniel Boone Tavern The business sessions will be held in the ballroom of the Tavern The convention osens Thursdar even- in...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 5 April 1921

1 n r Atews 0 Columbia Society Jliu FMa Tyqr society editor tcill eppreciate it if joa will telephone so delj items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Ttir are enzarement And jBfati I it H because poor old winter elosk has hern discarded as a covering for the beautifully jewelled fraternity ml or tliat tlie lieat waves are- too rjnerous to permit Wearing gloves to cov tr the carat ami one lull diamond on tlie Wt third finger that persons are gasping W ejaculsung ciry me ney discover tie newly unveiled suggestion 01 a won Vesrt there is going to tie a weuuing kp la Columbia before many moons Yes the is wen uiunn in mnj and the man in tlie case is equally prom inent i uouiil lucre arc numerous truing machines in Columbia being ma nipulated to finish wedding gowns for other brides of this season Just wait a little while and you will hear ail about JSs 5 Mr John W OTeary and small i daughter Dorothy Jane of Moberly will r3 arrive today to be the guests of Mrs W A HerJern 1415 Mcwemar...

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. — 5 April 1921

t - tn 1 ti I i m rMH - I H i PACE FOtfc IHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN pntUhed every ermine except Sunday by the MiatourUn PahliBni AuocU tloc lot Jiy H Net Hill Cduafeia Hiaaouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Miiuch SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ctj Week JO toot tiafle copies I cents By mail in Boone County Year 125 i months JL7S 3 aonths 90 cents jsonth 3S cent Oniide the ceaaty Year 150 3 months 123 reoBth 45 cents Parable In advance Member Audit Berean of Gradations Enered as secood clsss mail mattec TELEPHONE NUMBERS ifw J Adrertiaing and Circulation 55 THE CROSS STATE HIGHWAY In choosing a trunk line route for Irstel setersl factors must be considered Other things being equal the shortest route between the lira important points is most desirable Bat the number of people liiing on the highway the value and tate of Improvement of property on it and the accessibility of the trunk line to possible tributary or by roads demand consideration In all these respects the Old Trails ronte seems most desirable ...

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. — 5 April 1921

PHONE 55 FOR SALE SALE Single comb white leg fot setting JL50 lor 15 18 isavis Lfurauu l none Ooo D 170tf fOfi SALE Eggs for hatching from i il l nj i rMge vumuig Nuinuinu iuioup asiana m I pi awiti mjcib siiau iJiacc I - t 1I Sf PiOCT now ui uauj uucu airs J Tsjlor telephone 5M rOB SALE 1ute Spite puppy fe Je four months old Cheap Call jut REAL ESTATE FOR SALE XR SALE Practically new troom loinloir with bath modern- except frit pared street close to scliool Po 1 esioa at once Terms if desired Carey i Fnsier Phone 519 or 590 white 182lf I TOR SALE We hare some beautiful Jets that can be bought worth the money Hayes Weathers Phone - H 183 T0K SALE New 10 room house on Xima Avenue Price tiJJOOO Easy Srns Hajrei Weathers Phone 272 H1B3 FOR SALE S room house 3500 - jjwa house 2000 4 room house 1- 500 5 room house 3250 Hayes Teubers Phone 272 H 183 iT0R SALE -room house this place f rears for VXD0 per month Prise 3- JOOi Hayes S Weathers Phone 272 H 183 FOR SALE 5 room house close in Hay...

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. — 5 April 1921

MKt i rt n SrT Id m 1 H f V I PACE SIX - V jyMigaa 2f -1 PRESENTS AS YOU LIKE IT Ilay Given by Dramatic Clab of Stephen College Last Night The Dramatic Club of Stephens Col lege list night presented Shakespeares As lou Liu it in the college auditor ium to an appreciative audience The play was under the direction of Miss Naana Lynn Forbes head of the expres sion department and throughout showed careful directing each character being vrl chosen for the part The music was furnished by the college orchestra under the direction of L E Atherton The cos tumes were made under the supervision of Miss Judith Culberton The new lighting arrangement which was installed expressly for this produc tion gave excellent electrical effects dur ing the performance Following is the cast of characters Duke Clenna Belle Lain Duke Frederick Winifred Harley Amiens Helen Drunk Jacques Lodema Wyley Oliver Ruth Schaback Otlando Florence Russell Adam Corin El Freda Karte Charles William Mary Conley Hunt Touchsto...

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