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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 April 1921

CLASSIFIED ADS THONE 55 KEAL estate for salts fpOR LE Four room houc Close A bargain if sold at once Walter Jlenger 501 Conley Terms B 189 rtjtU 5 LE B and new seven room Imabw with conge and cold storage fet basement Jut east of White Campus I Rtrrain lor cash fc A lomns uau Broaday rhone 003 C 188 FOR SLE Practically new 6 room Innalow with bath modern except Irat laved street chje to schooL Pos- rioa at cnee terms it desired larey i rrticr rhone 519 or 590 viutc 182tl FOR SAL -445 acres of land in Iron bcnly 100 in cultivation bis 6 room louse and gl Iiarn 1rice tljuuu Hclialf down balance eay payment Jtr particulars plione 1038 blacL T 187 BOUSE FURNISHINGS FOR SALE JOlf SALE One new 9x10 rug Call I J321 M IBOU rnn SME Bed drcssc student tables complete furniture for roomers M5 High St rhone IZ83wtule 1 17711 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SLE Ford coupe cheap excel- Jcrt condition extra equipment Phone Povrcll 1102 green l I87 FOR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster new at a bargain layiors o...

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. — 8 April 1921

t PACE SIX GBRLBMDIT1S HEAD OF RAIDS Montenegro Hillmen Prove tol lie Pugnacious Neighbors Much of the Time Sf Ittlri Pnu Crmine Montenegro April JU Again lite turbulent hillmen have swept down from their Black Mountain illage and attacked a Serbian or Italian or Alhian garrison No important issue seems to haie been imolvcd in the fra cas and the Comitadii as the mountain er liands are called hate retreated into the roclv dcsulale hinterland as swiftly as they came What the Mexican bonier is to the United States for five hundred jcars the Montenegro feudist nrohlcra has been to the Italians The Turks could not sub due the brigands of the bills the Aus trian failed to yoke them and there seems little prospect of the new Jugo slaWa enforcing law and order in the arst xhile kingdom of old Nicholas Croup consciousness is strong in all the Slav countries perhaps strongest in Montenegro There are three political parlies Urn favoring accomplished union with Serbia those favoring a re publi...

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. — 9 April 1921

am T wiiiii THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURI 7 - A THIRTEENTH YEAR LEGISLATURE PASSES MANY SOCIAL BILLS Dr G B Mangold Reviews Cliildrens Code Laws of Recent Assembly in Talk Here CHILD LABOR UNSETTLED Speaker Favors Bureau for Men tal Defectives Under Di rection of the In ilia last session of the Stale Leg islature one gray bearded member who bad courted his wife thirteen years ob jected to tile proposed bill requiring five days notice of intention to marry so the bill didnt pm This circumstance wu cited a an ex ample of the type of opposition encount ered in securing the passage of the chil dren code bilj in the General Assembly bs Dr George B Mangold director of the Missouri School of Social Economy at St Loots in a talk last night in the V M C A Auditorium on Recent Gams for Child Welfare in Missouri Despite opposition from some quarters the recent sessions of the Legislature pass cd many constructive measures designed to promote the irtlfarc of the children of the state Of thirly ...

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. — 9 April 1921

Ir m aH wm i 1 W i it1 1 i ji j s I L fiSS PROSPECT FOR CROPS BETTER THANM1920 iissouri Wheat Oats and Rye T Make Favorable Showing m Spite of bevere Freeze gEACH CROP IS FAILURE Earm Labor Supply Is 20 Per WH Cent 111 PVpnea nf I act -- v j rear wanes Will ir n t dc Lower Missouri wheat on April first was 93 jrper cent normal which is 23 per cent v above the condition last April and but fAU per cent below the condition two t years bo according to a report issued - hy E A Loran azrkultnral uililrin for Missouri and Jewell Mayta ecre tary of the State Board of hi This condition indicates a yield of four- i teen tunnels per acre or a prospect of W40UXX1 bushels on the 2000 lcres talL Si The Easter freeze set the wheat back ft to practically the condition on the first March ard scorched the Iod enroth i also killing plants that were ioinled hnt with favorable weather from now on the unairyiem snould not be seriously re duced The Hessian fly lias been report ed in Linn Scotland Halls Mi...

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. — 9 April 1921

j News of Columbia Society Wist Ella Wyatt society editor will cppredate it if you will telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The United Daughter of the Confed eracy will meet at 230 oclock Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mrs Ella Ellin 303 College avenue Mrs L E Hill will be assistant hostess and Miss Mary Barnetl will have charge of the program Mrs Mary A Denny of Marshall ar med Tuesday to spend the summer with her daughters Mrs N T Gentry 506 Rollins street and Mrs A J Estes 411 Christian College avenue Thomas Gen try of St Louis is a week end guest at the N T Gentry home The marriage of Miss Pauline Crouch daughter of Mrs E W Crouch 507 South Fifth street to Byron Lee Pace vada took place at 5 oclock yesterday1 af ternoon at the home of the brides broth er W Harvey Crouch in Great Bend Kan Mr Paces parents and Mrs Crouch were present at the wedding Af ter a wedding dinner tbe couple left for Colorado Springs where Mr Pace is connected with the Democ...

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. — 9 April 1921

iKjKW PAGE FOUR ffiE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSODRIAN Published era evening except Sunday tbe MiMcuriu Publishing f ikw Inc Jtr H Neff Hill Columbia Wliionri fcAtTWiSO JOHNSON Maimcbi SUBSCRIPTION RATES Qtj Week 10 cents tingle copies itaenU I By atil la Boone County- Year J12S i months 175 3 month 90 eenti roih 35 cents Oolde the county Yetr 150 3 L2S Booth 45 cents Payable k advance Member Audit Bureau of Gradations Entered aa second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newt 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 TOE FARMERS FAIR When seven students of the lege of Agriculture bore the insignia of the Farmers Fair down Broadway yes- terday they not only led a magnificent parade but made way for one of the Universitys most distinctive and unique institution Especially worthy of note t i i i we lacx inai mis year inc insiuuuun is conducted under the caption of The Farmers Memorial Fair the proceeds of whidt will be added to the Memorial IfRSuilding fund TV l5 The Farmers Fair was established 1...

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. — 9 April 1921

h x none rwi nuaj their Zi 1 PT m PHONE 53 FOR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster tie new at a bargain Taylors oarage 178tf FOR SALE Ford louring at Taylors Carage EGGS FOR SALE FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from FOR RENT One room spring-summer term Mrs J T Robnett Samp son Apartments Phone 750 red R 182tL iFOR RENT Unfurnished rooms at 13 6th St in strictly modern house one Mock from Broadway two blocks from University campus Mrs Nannie A Mur ray phone 941 red -- M I72tf F0RRENT Two furnished -double-rooms Inmodern home one halT block from campus and one block from Broad way 801 Locust telephone 1321 152tf rFORRENT Several Urge lightcom fortabe rooms strictly modern nicely famished Prices reduced for spring summer term Two blocks from Campus 605 Fifth St Phone 4J8 grecn M 193 uFOR RENT Furnished room with kitchenette for light No children 1217 E Broadway Phone 589 J 186tf Girls FOR RENT Rooms for rent for girls during spring summer term 1112 Pa quia Phone 767 white IM93 FOR RENT Two roomsTfor...

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. — 9 April 1921

WORT SHOWS GOOD PRICES TOBEfflGHER Investigation Finds That Com- modities Have Gone Up a Trifle Since Last f Month TEN REMAIN THE SAME Livestock Dairy Products Seeds Garden Truck Chick ens and Several Other Tilings Increase While ill Missouri arm products are selling at prices greatly below those of i year ago yet there has been a alight rise in prices since last month accord ine to an investigation iust completed articles have advanced twelve have de clined and ten have remained the same Farm products which advanced from February IS to March 15 Were Hogs beef cattle veal calves sheep lambs milk cows butter fat sorghum molasses soy beans tweet potatoes cabbage timothy teed kaffir seed cotton seed butter chick ea cowpeas and leaf tobacco Those hat declined wcie horses milk at re jail corn wheat beans onions timothy clover alfalfa prairie hay alfalfa seed and eggs Those remaining the same in price were mules milk at wholesale wool apples oats potatoes clover seed aud broom corn Farm p...

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. — 11 April 1921

II k THIRTEENTH YEAR LfWMUST SERVE TERMS 3 Sen imposed upon them by Judge - Itta jtr4 l ilia Chkhmx jts sW VJ va lite JupilUlb sWVUlfc I grip J The Supreme Court held that the I W ul T leaders liad been given a fair trial J U the lower courts and that their Urft bad presented no reason sufficient pi utiiy a rehearing or their cues The y com point upon which the I W TV j leaders uopca tor a remission 01 ineir sitrDcrs and fines was that certain pa fere and documents naa cent nniawtuiiy seized in a raid on the I W W head rairters in 1917 Some of these papers tere used in the trials as evidence acainst them These paiers were seized under war nut and the raids were therefore legal jt was ruled in the lower courts and the heprrroe Court upheld their ruling Todays decision means that Haywood aad the others convicted with him in 1918 must now commence to serve sen tences of from one to twenty years im posed by Judge Landis Sixty three of tire defendants were released on bail pending appeal...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 April 1921

I MAINLY ABOUT PeStLe TARIFF TAKES i Harold Luckey of Scott City KatL left Satnrdaf for hit home Mr Frank W Alien went to Lebanon to visit her parents J MeCammon made a buaniess trip to Centralis Saturday W 0 Maurdn of Switxler was in Columbia Saturday on business Mis Kathryn Harper spent the k end in Huntdale - Miss Kalherine Lcwn has returned to her home in Hallsville C R Barnea Went to Hallsville for- j r M Lee KoruiJ ol si too Kansai Gty Saturday C H Peacher of St Louis went to Sturgeon Saturday Misses Mildred TTisdom and Margaret Krcgan left Saturday for Boonville Mr C Prgg of Boonville arnved jj Columbia Saturday to visit relatives The local chapter of De Molay went to Jefferson Gty Saturday to establish a chapter there Guy Cray who has been visiting his brother Ernest Gray returned to his home in Lancater retnbertea on Chautauqua Circuit Morton II Reuben Pembertoa of CectraCa farmer humorist and author has slgrxs a contract at 100 a week to lectere this summer for the Western...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 April 1921

-4 - f ijt j t -5 - j - 1 -- -- -- Tjf i Trfct - - J iVfews 0 Columbia Society Was Ella Vyalt society editor trill appreciate it 1 70a trill telephone so ciety items bettceen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The number thirteen can really mean more than an unlucky contribution of the etil powers cast down on mere human beings to arouse disgust sadness or gen eral misfortune There are thirteen wom en in Columbia society who are members of the Calvary Service Cuild of the Epis copal Church and who are preparing to entertain oter one hundred town and University person at their Spring Dance Friday evening at the Daniel Boone Ev erybody Is Going Uh Not You should be the title attached to tlie announce ment of the dance but if carh one knew about the clever favors to be given to the guests and oh cs those five beau tiful feature dances he or she would not care to be among the absentees The evening will be filled with surprises Dot a word about the exact material color nor designs of the favo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 April 1921

ft M PACE FOUR - Sl T Wzx je - fiT V y V MADAME CUJIIE American women should take pride in the fact that Madame Marie Curie dis coverer of radium will receive from them the first gram of the precious substance that she has ever owned A committee of American women and scientists is now raising 100000 for the gift when she ar rives here in May This will be one among many honors which will be offer ed to Madame Curie Recognized as one of the worlds great est benefactors she has never worked for money gain At the age of 56 she has and wants only the salary of a teach er of the Sorbonne University Her only desire she says is a gram of radium for experimental work Her visit is creating great interest Academic and scientific honors will be bestowed upon her Madame Curie was born in Poland was educated in famous institutions in Paris and married a French physicist unknown to fame Suddenly she became world famous And now she has none of the substance she discovered with which to work Some pe...

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. — 11 April 1921

J f Sit- in Km llftlA g ji pared street close to schooL Pos- mjeioa at once owv terms u jti Carry 5 r raster Phone 519 or jMille 182lf SpEFUBNISHINGS FORSALE H fOK SALE One new 9x10 rug Call gj M 180tf IfFOR SALE Bed dresseri student 9 JL nmnlte furnitur fnr Tmnwi C High St Phone 1283 white T 177tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE ffOR SALE 1920 Dodge Touring ear tpod shape Taylor Garage T 192 TOR SALE 1 Ford Truck 1 Chevro tii 75 B Overland 1 fine 5 panel 4 nieces plate class 1 E fiat Tuba jjoslrella case hie hew lnew 350 ueMgrapn lor ilto it taken at once 2 lite glass doors for cabinet 1 electric hill inch 1 16 gauge repeating shot pa 1 repeating Winchester 22 caliber CiBat Adams Jewelry Store A192 FOR SALE 1920 Hudson Speedster Be new at a bargain Taylors Oarage 178tf jfTOR SALE Ford tourin car 175 tt i triors parage libit FOR SALE Two cars Buick Six pod as new overhauled and repainted Bed Reo at bargain in cood mechanical Whion F H Hoberccht H 173tf CHICKENS FOR SALE FOR SALE Single comb wh...

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. — 11 April 1921

PACE SIX v is ALL COUNTRIES REPRESENTED Delegates From 21 Nations to Discuss Trade Relations With U S tj tturd Pita St Loms April 11 Delegations from tient fCTcn foreign countries will meet in New Orleans May 2 3 and 4 in con ncction with the third annual convention tf the Mississippi Valley Association to formulate plans to bring about closer trade relations with their respective countries and Hie United Mates it was announced today by H H Merrick president of the Mississippi Valley As sociation Every South and Central American republic a well as many European na tions will be represented at the conven tion Merrick states The foreign delegates will confer with alley commercial and agricultural inter ests in the interest of reciprocal fore ign commerce While the discussions will be made in the main by Valley business and agri cultural interests Merrick announces that it is also planned to have cetera speakers of National prominence on com merce and trade speak for the informa tion D...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 April 1921

I I II M t I MGSAYS PEACESHOULD BE DECLARED Mesage lo Congress He Makes It Plain He Be lieves League Is Dead economy IS ADVOCATED Would Restrain National Ex penditure to Country s In come to Lift War Burden L w - Anil 19 PftnmM ilcnIJ adopt a resolution calling for a separate peace with lerraany resident tnix recommended in mi ursi mes to Congress here today He said that ucn resolution should make clear ulace with the Allies and declare Cmnanys rcponsibility J or the war He it plain that he bettered that tbe IcsfUe o Nations is dead The message raited the question ol a josiiUe ratification of the Versailles Tnalv nb the League covenant deleted LftuJinS did not state explicitly that lie tihoralcd it hut he endorsed the as- stBptiun of the rights and interests pro wled under the existing treaty s jii of course that satisfactory accept- ttpn of the document with such explicit reservations and modifications as would itrare our absolute freedom and essential t iateresls In his message th...

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. — 12 April 1921

H MCE TWO COLUMBIA EVENING MISSgURIAN -TUESDAY APRIL 12 1921 E ii PROGRAM FOR JOURNALISTS WEEKVARIED Nationally Advertised Banquet and Movies Among New Features in Annual Convention FROM MAY 23 TO 27 Writers Guild and Press Asso ciation Planning Programs Wednesday Is Ad vertising Day Tlic program for the 1921 Journalism Week at tie University of Missouri as asnojncol today calls for fne days crowd ed with lectures discussions exhibits ravifs and plays dealing with journalism tcpirs in addition to -the usual social functions The annual banquet tliat closes the week will be known this jear as the Na tional Advertised Banquet Its nature is to be made known later The dates for the wctk are Monday May 23 to Friday May 27 Two stale organizations of journalists vill combine their semiannual conven tion with the Journalism Weekprogram The Misfouri Writers Cuild will raw in Cehimbia Monday May 23 andjlthc Mis souri Press Association Thursday and Friday May 26 and 27 The program for the Write...

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. — 12 April 1921

ft is t r U- S - News of Columbia Society UUt Ella Wyatt society editor will ing line viere Dr 7 W Charters Miss appreciate it if you Kill telephone to Virginia Lopcr president of the senior cictf items beticeen 9 and 12 oclock1 class Mr and Mrs Roy T Davis Miss Telephone 274 Myrtle LeCompte and Miss Jessie Bur- Oil what youId Columbia do without romantic rumors June has always been officially designated as the month of love engagements and even more to of wed dings but there doesnt seem to be a chance for a month coming so late in the j ear Last week everyone had a hunch that the young flapper could not withhold the thrilling news another week but when it concerns her own welfare she had rather surprise all of her friends at once by making a formal announce ment and he well he is assuming a business like attitude toward life hoping that the title of Baron or Count will not precede his name when in print al though in his own mind he feels quite as important a character asithey Befor...

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. — 12 April 1921

UMiAGEJOUR - - v ti - fcJIIE COLUMBIA EVENING S TOOrtTTTTXI -Published every erenine excent Sunday iir the Missourian Publishing Associa l lion Inc Jar H NetT IIsIl Columbia cF Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiucoi SUBSCRIPTION JtATES Gty Week 10 cents single copies i cents JSy mail in Boone County Year S12S J months 51 75 3 months 90 cents j ontli 33 cents Oaude the rounty Year HSO 3 nontbs 125 month tS cents Payable in aurance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations EnereJ as second class mail nutter TELEPHONE NUMBERS tVewi 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE CITY ADMINISTRATION Most cf the city officials elected April 5 liave scoed Columbia heretofore and bey realize what needs to be done by way of improvement In asking for re election they pledged themselves to seek the necessary reforms Considerable work needs to be done on the street if Columbia The water and light department needs new equip ment and another fire engine is ncccs sary for the fire department A new and more stringent ...

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. — 12 April 1921

- JH REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Four room house Close Ja A barjtain if sold at once Walter liallenjer 501 Umley Terras B I89 FOR SALE Practically new G room Wrilow will bath modern except brat pared street close to school Pos session at once 3000 Terras if de- tircd Carey Frailer Phone 519 or jgO vhile 182tf HOUSE FURNISHINGS FOR SALE FOR SUF -Almost new Detroit Jewel Liteben range Can be seen at 1409 Vindsor call 1320 green and male date J 193 FOR SALE One new 9x10 rug Call 1323 M lBOtf FOR SALE Ucd dressers student tables complete furniture for roomers 605 High St Phone 1283white T 177tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE j FOR SLE Ford coupe cheap ex cellent condition extra equipment Phone Powell 1102 green P 193 FOR SALE 1920 Dodge Touring car ia good shape Taylors Carage T 192 FOR SLE 1 Ford Truck 1 Clievro Id 1 75 B Oirrland 1 fine 5 papel door 4 pieces plate glass 1 E flat Tuba 1 mnbrella cse lilr new 1 new 350 Ltmpagraph for J175 if taken at once 2 large jtlass doors for cabinet 1 elec...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 April 1921

PACE SIX WILL PUnLISH HER STORIES Miss Edna JUrie Le Nart Has Writ ten Many Articles and Poems raid Miss Edna Marie Le Nart secrrtan at Unhersity High School while talking of her poems and stories which have ap a present which I give to mother When I was 14 my first poem appeared in print It was entitled The Choir Bojrs Farewell When 16 jears old I won two prizes in a story contest Tlie first story for which I received any money a prize of 5 was called A Promise Kept and ap j peared in the Sunshine Maaaiine pub lished in New York Gt Tlie Standard Publishing Company and the Christian Board of Publication of St Louis hate published most of Miss Le Nans vprks which include Test and Centest and The Phantom Lad a sequel The request that Miss Le Nart write another sequel has come from the puhliher Other stories are The anee Tlie Lillies Message Sister Emilys Romance Annabels Calling and Mother Moffatts Christmas These Mories are to be published in book form with Tet and Contest as the tit...

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