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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 April 1921

i f PHYSICAL HELL DISCOUNTEDBY BISHOPTUTTLE i Head of American Episcopal Churcli bays wora was Used Figuratively by Discrples - RT REV JOHNSON TALKS Two Thirds of Clergymen of Nortlieni and Southern I Convocations At- tend Thc opening convocation of what is one J the first if not the first joint meetings flhe Northern and Southern jiou of the Episcopal Church in Missouri n beld at 7 JO oclock last night in Je1iry Church The sen ice Jihich rai unusually Sraive was opened with the proces tSaaL in which were the Right Ret Daniel S Turtle D D IX D Bishop Coadjutor F F Johnson thirteen isil jug clergymen the Iter James H Ceor f te and the church choir The proces sional was followed by the leading of lie ewrung praer by the Rev It N Traziit of Roll The psalter was read V the Re A P Rein of St Louis and the lessons by the Rev F W Weddell T University Gty and amies Edwards s Macon I IKhop Johnson made a brief address of vtloome in which he thanked Calvary Parish for the hospitality which ha...

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. — 6 April 1921

i d VI It5 r am K P3 fcrt t r mi l H it r i f t y r i at l S T7 i f ii n Hi m lh i i j iggMWMawaMWCBWTIPlffHfy rtTrfflE7ffEyirl 1 V- V fv ffjFrTiiIli3iMBSwssTsBTWBIissWHMsW vTwipvgnfgfWEZTWffBff8EgrSj firtfjS t i cfnC jtF 5Ssw sm3bw rSLi9 l W R R ri la I 9 t TACETWO L f JHINTS ABOUT YOUR NEEDS HE Question ot xhat to weartnd of whit material to ase for her summer wardrobe is the foremost question in the mind of each Columbia woman Just now Already wash dresses are being seen on jhe street and in a few week they will be out in ail their luCSe and frills When one thinks of wash dresses one thinks always of ginghams for gingham takes the place in the aummer appaio that tricoting occupies in the winter Plain gingliams are usurping the posi tion held by plaids for the last few sea sons Checks wrying from those tiny little ones to the huge checker hoard ones hold sway Organdie sashes collars and cuds trim them and make clever little dresses out of the most plain and simple frocks Sashes ar...

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. — 6 April 1921

9i sWti - - SHE News- ofColumbia Society Mhi Etta Vjalt loderj editor mil appreciate it if you mil telephone to cietf itemi betxeen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 rThe members of the Phi Kanpa Psi lraternity will entertain tomorrow even ing with a smoker at the chapter bouse or the delegates and guests who Still at tend the fraternity convention here this week end Friday evening they will en tertain with a banquet at the Daniel Boone Tavern More than 100 represen tatives will be here from the following colleges University of Washington Le land Stanford University Universities of Colorado Texas Oklahoma Kansas Iowa Nebraska and Iowa Slate College The members will entertain informally Saturday evening with a dance at the chapter house for their guests Spanish Doss southern sniilax and palmettos will be used in decorating the dpwn stairs looms Lattice work covered with wiste ria and smilax will be used in decorating the third floor which will resemble a summer garden In the center of th...

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. — 6 April 1921

BflByWgMW e MfflTimir rrmr elate universities and state agricultural colleges nf the country will be the princi pal legislative measure to be considered at the Mid West Intercollegiate Confer ence winch opens here TLursday The conference thich will be in session three lays was inligated by the student gov ernment of the University of Missouri and is the first of its kind to be held in the United States More than fifty student representatives of the numerous universities and colleges in the twenty four stales in the Mississippi Valley dis trict and six other western slates will participate inthe conference which may marl tin entrance of the student bodies of the American colleges into national affairs The student loan plan which will be advocated by Fred Eldean president of the Student Council of the University of Mifloun is similar to that of the federal farm loan sslem except that the loans will be secured by the educational aid funds of the various institutions the pur pose being ...

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. — 7 April 1921

iiTnrrTMrwn li SKIKSHsSK5aWHMflS6 fximSwiSalBKtimiJL SSBSiSint jSSraPBSsJiSwV1 T- est--- I- - ySBMl W - Tip Sf3S ISsiijitW - t t f - v l SE3 w r ir -TV j - rirM1Dr v - -- THE COLUMBIA EVENING I THIRTEENTH YEAR CLARKS SUIT TO COME UP NEXTMONTH Pclition for Change of Venue Granted by Judge Harris Case Removed to Marshall NO COURT DISCUSSION Demurrer Filed Monday by Defense Says There Is Not Evidence Enough for Suit The application for change of venue in the two 150000 damage suitt against PreMilent A Itoss HiU and members of ihe law faculty in the University which was filed by the plaintiff Ceorge L dark was brought up in Crcuit Court ihrt morning for settlement Judge David IL Harris granted the petition and ordered the rase to be removed to Mar shall in Saline County where it will be tried in the circuit court there Sometime next month under Judge Sam uel Dans Frank Harris representing the attor neys for the defense brought the peti tion for change of venue up for court dfriwn He sai...

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. — 7 April 1921

t tei 8 Mm PACETWO SECTION A - 3 PLAYS GIVE J BY CLASS M DRAMAHCART Pantomime aitd Two Comedies Presented by Students in Auditorium Last Night ACTING WAS GOOD The Shepherd in the Distance Tbe Neighbors and v Close the Book Well Received A satiric comedy human comedy and a fanciful paMomime comprised the menu served by the clas in dramatic interpretation to an audience which filled the downstairs of the University Auditorium last night The Shepherd in the Distance a pantomime by Holland Hudson closed the program with dancing goat and strutting waiirs like the imaginings of our childhood strung on a llurid of plot The Princess goes in seirch of the Shepherd in the Distance ai J is pur sued by her guardian She but the Shepherd is captured In disguise the Princess beguiles the TVazir villi a dance binds him throws poison in his face and then with the aid of a goat frees her Shepherd The necemrjr qois I es were made with a trumo t vrnd blocks and a drum by a lown scnted at liie side -of ...

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. — 7 April 1921

v News of Columbia Society Was Ella tPyaxt society editor trill appreciate it 70a trill telephone so ciety items bettceen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The modern hist drire and dance as viewed by Stephen Proctor a British vriter may be of interest to those ho indulge in the pastime here He says There is little that is cheerful or exhilarating about our village wlust drives The attendance depends on the attraction of the prizes exhibited in tlic local grocers indow The standard of play is high and voe betide the criminal ho trumps her partners trick Temper and suspicion are rife Ev ery face wears a concentrated scomL Vou can see the mis dealer or the table that is late trembling with terror Every entry on the card must be made by ones opponent and the mav ter of ceremonies Issumraoned vtilh shrill whistles to sign for double figures Our former custom of presenting the prires have been abandoned the winners snatch up their trojJiy and are off home without a word to any one The rest w...

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. — 7 April 1921

l i - PACETotm section a I HE COLUMPIA EVENING MISSOURiAN - v Published every evening except Sunday hy the wuoantn IBUistag Assoda lion lee Jay H Nef Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON XUjueni SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 centa aingle copies cents By nail in Boone County Year 123 J montha 175 3 months 90 cents ronlh 33 cent Ooilde the eonnty Year 150 3 nonth4l2S Month 45 centi Payable to advance Member Andit Bureau of Circulation Emred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newt i 271 v Advertising and Circulation 55 PEONAGE IN GEORGIA The trial of John S Williams Georgia plantation owner charged with murdering eleven negro employes promises to be more far reaching in its results than a mere decision on the case at hand In vestigations by the Department of Justice aided by the law abiding citizens of Georgia will expose labor conditions as they exisC in that state The crime of peonage is committed when involuntary servitude is brought about on the basis of debts Thus a...

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. — 7 April 1921

CLASSIFIED THONE 35 FOR SALE rOH SALE Four room housel Close A bargain if fold at once Walter Denser 501 Conley Terms B 189 FOR SALE Single comb white leg- torn eggs for wiling 150 for 15 8 Jrandre Datis Durant Phone 683 r D lTOtf FOR SALE Eggs for hitching from ftta winning single comb Rhode Island Keds Bed inter layers Also place -jour order now for baby chicLa Mrs Jta N Taylor telephone 543 TrOR SALE White Spitz puppy fe sale four months old Cheap Call 1910 M 185 REAL ESTATE FOK SALE FOR SALE Drand new seven room longalow with garage and cold storage b biement Just cast of hile Campus jjBarpin for cash E A Collins 1203 IE Broad ay Thone 603 C 1B8 t FOR SALE Practically ncif 6 room bungalow ilh bath modern except jbrtt paved street close to scbouL Fos Uewon at once Terms if desired Carey t Frasier Phone 519 or 590 white 182tf BOUSE rURNISHINGSFORSALE rn cirr Ai - r 1 I - 1 liEhionlT 100 in cultivation bin 6 room bouse and good barn Price 13000 esc half down balance easy payments T...

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. — 7 April 1921

- WOMEN SPEAK AT CONVENTION Continued from page I new eiwrencc and new thought which tare him utterly bewildered God and twos to be all wrong and are cast aa before thing have time to ad iut themelvcs The second change is that the student comes from a simple life into a life that is complete Athletics studies social activities all make their demands until iwe sometimes wonder that he comes to 1 graduation with any knowledge at alL As a result there is a neglect of tho spirit ual nature and religious thoughts are crowded out We are now teaching the Bible as lit erature sociology and history but we must also teach it as an aid to develop ment of character 1 Dean G D Edwards tcade theiclosing address and talked on what the church could do for the students There are three fundamental agencies in human society the home the church and the school and He cannot dispense with an of the three We must be teach ers as well as preachers and we must approach the student from tho religious as well...

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. — 7 April 1921

smr S - ininrrwMHiiiiiiHiiii in The Farmers Fair originated at the University of Missouri in the College of Agriculture in 1903 Since that time it has been nude an annual spring event and has grown in its sire and elaborate planning unlit it is at present one of the Lrgcst student stunts in the United States The gate receipts including the penny admission charged for all side shows and ten cent general admission for the 1919 Farmers Fair touted 2 50000 It has been found advisable to advertise this affair extensively throughout Missouri and as a result many visitors from out of the city come in for the event along with a large number of Old Grads who were once active themselves In executing a Farmers Fair and who wan to see how the old idea is being sustained In brief it is the idea of a roup of College students who still have a rral good time out of jokes and take fens on every imaginable phase of pres ent day life and who feel that the gen eral public is in a better spirit the nigh...

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. — 7 April 1921

4 7j S PACWOrSEeTION B ALL IMAGERS OF PAST FAIRS WLL ORGANIZE W T Angles Head of This Years Carnival Fosters 1lan for Club of Form- er Officials t TO MEET HERE YEARLY Men Who Had Charge of Last - Fifteen Entertainments Are All in Agricultural Life Today A permanent organization composed of former managers and treasurers of past Farmers Fairs will be perfected truVjear during the Farmers Memorial Fair according lo an announcement Trade last night by T T Angle man ager of this jear Fair All the managers and treasurers of Farmers Fairs since 1905 have been imitrd to attend the Fair this car and while they are here a meeting mil be arranged at winch the new organization will Ix giien a name A constitution fill be adopted and the work of the organization outlined The manager and treasurer of each years Fair will become members of the organization automatically by vir tue ol their position Hie organization will thus be one composed exclusively of alumni as only seniors in the College of A...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 April 1921

f - - r KEALRARBECOE TO FEED THEM r Committee Has Arranged ftr Preparing Meat on Large Scale LHive ou ever gone to a real old fash rd bailKiap Well if you liavent i ill have a chance tnnorrowto al J thr that will le gien at the irmers Memonal Fair ETherr mil be twelve hundred pound I peel pork and mutton nude into old Itulioiicd harliecuc sandwiches And they I be made with the mice and the eravv nuiiiing out of them so that you just to eat them vihcn you see or smell 1 top all of tliis there mil he I vith any Lindof near beer pos- The cooling of the meat vwll 1 con- Jocled by an old colored cool viho has adc this occupation Lis life work He ill be on the job all day tomorrow and ne will hare occasion to comphin witli m eupnecrtnj the railing of the sand iches Tbe barbecne will be served in a big tent out on the Fair grounds that his r seating capacit of two hundred There will be a special -effort to aecommodate a i crowd at noon ana the evening meals SCAN FOHCET FINAL EXAMS Girls Ag...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 April 1921

Wlijn 1 1 1 1 III1 r JPMWWag WHTMWT SB ATK Vf - i uv YS J If K - FtrrT i fe JifflMf r -- - - - ISfianiMIZ lJHi WWkM Jl All I I I I Mil I I II 1 1 WIH lIM 111 l III II I I I I imiI liP IF I i Hi I Hiil I i 1BIPIW MM I III I II1 I I Mill IMII II I I III I III i CT mfv r i 37Y rxT9Tr ir Pr W -- - i - - r IAGE FOUR SECTION B FARMERS FAIR PROCEEDS TO STUDENT FUND Income From the Annual Stunt Will Be Donated to the Missouri Memor ial Union FAIR GUIDE BOOK READY Booklet Is Dedicated to Students of Agriculture Who Lost Their Lives in World War The official guide Look o the sixteenth annual Farmers Fair known as the Farm ers Memorial Fair is ready for distribu tion to the visitors at the Fait next Fri day afternoon and night The booklet i dedicated to- the students of the Col lege of Agriculture who gate their lives in the World War and the proceeds of the Fair Kill be gircn to the Memorial Building Fund of the University of Mis souri The Farniers Fair is under the auspices of the Agricultur...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 April 1921

THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR 100000 RAISED FOR A BRIDGE ATBOONVUXE Old Trails Road to Cross River I iinm f 1 1 A 1 a t liiiic Will XllAJUIIlIUUUUlU Trolley and Road Traffic ESTIMATEdTcOST 700000 Col T A Johnson Pledges S10000 Expect to Sell Stock Throughout Stale Special lo the Musourian BomvtLLE April 8 The citizens of Boonwlle held a mass meeting last night at which they raised 1100000 in two hours toward budding a bridge over the Missouri River at Boomille on the Old Trails Toad The bridge it to be a com bination trolley automobile and wagon traSc bridge and is to cost according to estimates between 520000 and 700 000 The plan for 6naneing the bridge the formation of a corporation with the bulk of the stock held by Boonvilte persona It is estimated that if 300000 can be raised in Boonville the rest can be obtained outside Shares In the cor poration amount to 100 each Col T A Johnston is so far the largest contrib utor to the fund having subscribed 100 shares as he announced that ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 April 1921

1 f TAGX TWO WDViNDIVER TELLSDARMG WAR INCIDENT Company of Confederate Sol diers Was Organized by Captain McNeill of Columbia TAKEN PRISONER IN 1862 Thirteen Men Kidnap Two Gen erals Frcm Headquarters of Large thiion Army Paperbacked aiovels or a Bill Hart morie thriller could tell cf no more dar ing capture than one carried out during the Gvil War by a young man bom and reared near Columbia W V Vandixsr the -new treasurer of the White Eagle Dairy was a small boy at the time and recalls the incident Captain Hanson McNeill who lived four miles south of Columbia together with his son Jesse attempted to orga of Confederate soldiers in nic a company Boone County Captain McNeill tool his wife son Hanson Jr and small daughter to the Iwme of his cousin L H Vanditcr where they remained during the war Mr Vandiver was ibe father of ihe W T Vanditer In 1852 as the company was preparing to leave a band of federal troops cap tured and arreted its members For a time tliey were held prisoners at t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 April 1921

News of Columbia Society Wui Ella JTyctt society editor uill appreciate itmi you uill telephone so ciety items between 9 end 12 oclock Telephone 274 With the numerous social events in apoiumbit fallowing the dearth of enter taining during the penitential season the members of the Calvary Service Guild are still finding timeo go on ith the ork of the dance to be given April 15 Monday the members will meet at the home of Mrs E Sydney Stephens to con tinue work on the favors Clever is a mild terra to use for the wonderful cre ations to be giten to the guests next Fri day night There will be a collection of well perhaps everjone would be hap pier to Vait and see for themselves Mrs Cuy L Noyes isited the Dennison and othet shops while in Giicago several weeks and selected the most at tractive articles for the guild to use as patterns The variety of colors and the features of the dance will be a grand finale for Friday On the East campus of the University grounds the Festival Queen will b...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 April 1921

r i f Published every evening except Sundav T tie- MiMonrian Publishing Associa tion Int Jay H NeS Hall Colombia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Marucni ti f cents vihole SUBSCRIPTION RATES pty Week 10 cents tingle copies V By moil in Boone County Year 325 it Jf months I17S 3 months 90 centa room 3i centa Ouiide the county Year HSO 3 Bombs JL25 month 45 centa Payable in advance - Member Audit Bureau of Gradations Erfered aa aecoad claaa mail matter - TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 COLUMBIA St Louis is planning a unified arrange ment of her public buildings in order to beautify the city Millions of dollars worth of unsightly office buildings will be torn down but those who are pushing the plan will not be held back by ex pense St Louis is beginning to take a great interest in something besides mon eymaklng and St Louis is beginning to wejtlut there is even utility in beautiful r things v When a city has grown so large that commercial buildings crowd out beautiful ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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