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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 April 1921

Wj t - i fi - THE THIRTEENTH YEAR VALIDITY OF GAS MEASURE IN QUESTION One of Companys Officers Vir tually Admits Concern Has No Franchise at Present NO RATE DECISION Public Service Commission Says Hearing Must Be Held Before the Entire Body Thomas Miller of St Louis one ol the parcbaers of the Columbia Gas Work xirtnally admitted today that his com taoy did not hare a valid franchise to do business in Columbia He was - ft hirinp hefcrr Edwin 1 Bean puMic service commissioner at which the proposed increafe in gas rxies was w fag taken up x Miller was referring to the franchise pissed recently by the City Council Columlians who oppose the increase in rites insisted that a franchise could not be given without a ote of the people Later in the day however J E ISnggs attorney for Miller and hit asso ciate J S Cullinane of St Louis re- r I I L CI I juseu 10 aamu anyimng iu icgaiu iu iuc njl validity of the franchise Commissioner Bean said that this question must be settled before the next ...

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. — 13 April 1921

pace two 3TrfFJQ3ET3 M U Pistol Team Defeats Purdne The score of 1841 for Missouri and 1801 for Purdue tells the story of the pistol match last Saturday between the University of Missouri field artillery team and furdue West Point United States Military Academy has accepted the challenge to a match on Saturday April 23 Major Lloyd Jonn in charge nw the leant rsays the chances for a vie lory over West Point are good but stiff- er competition is expected than in past matches Johnston Bros THE HOME OF WEDDING RING WISH BONE PRODUCTS Johnston Bros Phone 375 Kr i jrQ the hop skip and jump and because of the entry of Jeanne of Washington State they are inclined to the same forecast for the pole vault The broad jump is doubt ful and in the high jump the East is favored bat by a slight margin Harvard it was announced here to night will send a larger force to the carnival than forseteral years A team will appear in7 the sprint medley April 29 and another in the 1 mile relay champ ionship the...

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. — 13 April 1921

- gp - Wifis Ella Fyatt society editor trill appreciate it if yoa trill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Oh h hl What if it ahould but it must not rin Friday evening and spoil the delicate fluffy frock of the Fenival Queen and her attendants Someone must bribe the weather roan to promise or guarantee a fair evening for the out-of-doors play is going to be one of the cleerest amateur productions gcn here vilh an all woman cast It has been breathed that guests are com ing to attend the fete- this jear The Queen will be crowned at 7 oclock in the evening Min Vitula Van Dyne has been cliovn for Missouris Fair Lady of 1921 Her six attendants will be dressed in shades of jefltfW organdie Then there will be the adorable little train bearers and crown carrier dressed in stiff little frocks or jaunty suits The East Campus will be beautifully decorated for the oc casion lending an attractive background for the play setting and aesthetic dancing which will follow ...

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. — 13 April 1921

WBHBMMHBMHBBBBMBBMMMMMMM P iiBMfcriiBmnWHiMPiBBiiBITMririIlBiBIiiniir n KytAp WwW v- PACE FOUR HIE COLUMBIA EVENING MISS0UR1AN i Published every cVeninrr except Sunday ly the Missourisn Publishing Associa lion InaTJay IL NdT Hall Columbia MiuourL ALFONSO JOHNSON Mjuucot SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Week 10 etna tingle copies i cents Br mail in Boone County YeatS3 5 months 175 3 months 90 cents ronlh 35 cents OiLiiJe the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Enre3asicond cIass mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Vein IdvetUsing and Circulation 55 LIQUOR LAW ENFORCEMENT A law is no strong than the public opinion that backs it A legislative body may make laws but it must depend up on -the people for their enforcement The prohibition amendment has been adopted by due legal process and has become a law The upreme Court of th United States lias declared that it it valid We the individuals are not taking nougli responsibility for the violati...

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. — 13 April 1921

fcPHONE 5S CLASSIFIED HALF A CENT A WORD A DAT v WANTED TO KENT HtMTJJ I nf urnished room for next ffcfeill Ume 1301 M91 BUTTED TO RDM -Wanted bv Uni JSylnstructor To buy cottage or to Efeinartmeni turnisneti or t mil rent light housekeeping apart tgtt Couple- no children Immediate fiSsion desired Address Box E jjEascriaa E 191 BrOR SALE OR EXCHANGE MIR SALE OR TRDE Smm yjte farms for sale or trade Can meet fcrldeal Address Jack Iiurks Ma hocJieport Mutual Phone BOARD AND LODGING JpK KENT Roard and room for JrU 814 Conley Telephone 1331 ttte C 190 IFOR KENT Comfortable rooms with fnhUer t board Men or married couple fcelerrrd 719 Hut St Phone 810 11191 BOARD AND ROOMS At Justamere far 211 South Seventh St one half Ueek from West Campus Table ser rxe that will please jou 182tf K00M AND BOARD One southeast fdoaU room for girls for the spring tan Good table board 615 Lee St HOUSE FURNISHINGS FOR SALE IT17 SUP Almost new CnW ITnl Oast kitchen range Can be seen at 1409 Wind- call 1320 gr...

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. — 13 April 1921

B A 1t i K PACESIX FANTASY WILL BE GIVEN ON WOMENS DAY Mythical Play The ost Pie iad New Feature of An nual Spring val Here DATE SET IS APftlL 15 Miss Vitula Van Dyne Will Be Crowned Queen hy Presi dent of W S G A on Campus A fairy ring of joyoui dancing tree- njniphs and ilrjads of eerie laughing brownies and fauns will be the East Canipu of the Unirertitjr of the night of the Spring Festival April 15 The fair Irs Spring queen will he there too dress ed in truly queenly robes long and white and filming Once each ear the new fairy queen receitei a mortal crown from the head of Univeriitr women The heralders of her majesty will lead the processional promptly at 7 oclock the early hour being a great concession to human customs on the part of the gracious lady The 5pring Queen Jliss itula Van Dyne with her attendants umall trainbearer and crownbearer will shortly after follow the announcers and after her the seniors with junior attend ants When Miss Van Djne has advanc ed to tlie thron...

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. — 14 April 1921

i f 1 TMGQDJMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR KO OPERATWE ORGANIZATION SHIPS STOCK Local Exchange Delivered Cat- tie to Market in St Louis for First Time Saturday IIDEALERS BAY 9 CENTS Snipping Association Originated rrabupenor iNeb and Has irovcn Its Worth to Farmers TFill the shipping- association recently rtanizrd in Columbia be the forerunner of i co operative cram elevator The lumen elevator at Centralia grew out if their livestock shipping association asij tins development with the marketing idea has similar ho in many other Missouri counties Gentry Qark who returned yesterday St Louis where he accompanied first shipments of stock made by 2 local organization reports shipment cnt a little less than 63 cents a hundred hich includes 4 cents a hundred pounds Jur a sinking fund He says that while lley did not strike a pood market they pushed the shippers up to paying 9 rents Saturday which is nearly 75 cents cere than was given before the forma lira of the cooperative associ...

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. — 14 April 1921

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Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 April 1921

rL r pgppp iel Boone Tavern for Miss Rutli Prather an alumnae who has just returned from Atlanta Ca Miss Allene Richardon and mother Mrs A P Richardson of St Louis Miss Queen Smith and Miss Frank Robertson were also guests The members present were Misses Slma Stein Delia Richards Alfreds lialligan Lula Crum Mildred Rortzel Mildred Schrader Betty Ktter Louise Wilson Jean Catron Christine Cabriel Elizabeth Leonard Augusta Spencer Grace Bojle Anita Moore Lucille Gross Marjorie Peabody Lois Harris Rowena Pierce Doris Day Fern Darsey NellSimpion Elizabeth Agee and Ella Wjalt Theta Sigma Phi honorary Journalistic sorority entertained at luncheon Tuesday at the Daniel Itoone Tavern for Miss Ruth Prather Those present were Miss Allene Richardson and mother Mrs A P Richardson of St Louis Misses tine MacVey Kalhrjn Uurch Mary Cher ry Bernice Tbomure Rae Klauner Loula FranUin Mac Ryan Mo Jeanette Edwards Lucille Meinhoffer and Marion Rahh Tlie United Daughters of the Confed eracy met veslerday...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 April 1921

fsm ft Space tour - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN jPcblianed every evening except Sunday Ine Missoumn Publishing Assoaa a Ine Jar IL- Neff HiIL Columbia Btbsonri ALFONSO JOHNSON Majuchi SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Week 10 cents single copies J cents Bt mail In Boone County Year 1L25 ii months 175 3 months 90 cents cOLth 35 cents Ouiide the county Year 150 3 jionths 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulation Ensred as aecond clasa mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS FNews 27 f Ad vei Using and Crculation 55 BE KIND TO ANIMALS This week lias been set aside by the Society for the Pretention of Cruelty to Animals as a time for us to gie special consideration to our dumb friends y The efforts of the weeks will be concen f trated on Humane Sunday The key- cote of the movement is expressed in Cowpers lines I would not enter on my list of friends Though graced with polished manners and fine sense Yet wanting sensibility the man Who needlessly sets foot upon a worm To mi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 April 1921

m im WANTED TO RENT R TANTED Unfurnished room for next fclfCaII Uc 1361 I19L ANTED TO KENT Wanted by Uni RJrSf instructor lv buy cottage orto i apartmrnt lurnisheu or Kli at will rent light housekeeping apart- teat Couple no children Immediate proBscsuon desired Address Box E rJSjMOnin t IJl FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE PFOR SALE OK TRADE Sever Sconce firms for sale or trade Can meet Jjsy deal Auaress jac uuiks iiunu fijile Mo Roclieport Mutual Phone U ISL BOARD AND LODGING FOR RENT Comfortable rooms ilh rxcdlent board Men or -married couple Speferrcd 719 Hilt St Phone 810 H 191 BOARD AND ROOMS At Justamere Jn 211 South Seventh St one half hlock from West Campus Table ser vice that will please Jou 182tf A ROOM AND BOARD One southeast I dooble room for girls for the apring Hirm Cood table board 615 Lee St IrVPIxs 1194 green M 185tf HOUSE FURNISHINGS FOR SALE FOR SLE Almost new Coles Hot Blast kitchen range Can be seen at 1409 Windsor call 1320 green and make date J 193 FOR SALE One new 9x10 ...

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. — 14 April 1921

PACE SIX NEW STATE LAWS AFFECT THE SCHOOLS More Money to Distribute Than Ever Before Writes Superintendent Sam E Baker MEANS BEST TEACHING County Unit Bill Perhaps the Most Important All Are Called Construc tive Legislation The Central Assembly this sesion has passed more constructhe measures for the benefit of public schools than eer before in tbe history of the state accord ing to a letter from Sam A Baker state superintendent of school to W I Oli ver superintendent of the Columbia schools There t ill be more money to distrib ute in Augut than ever before and I am very grateful at the propects for pood schools the letter said The Gen eral Asembl of course can not do it all neither can the governor nor the state superintendent of schools take the place of the local patrons so the ques tion of whether or not vou are to hare pmtd schools will depend in a great ure on jour own efforts The following school laws were passed O the recent session of the Ceneral As sembly 1 The County Unit...

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. — 15 April 1921

m jt aj sW FACULTY MEN MS HEARD IN -DAMAGE SHITS an nnd Professors Give Their Views of the Dis missal of George L Clark EftlX OF HIS ATTITUDE SProf S H Udy Explains Rea sons Law Teachers Thought Action Was Justified Prof Stanley II Udy a member of the lir unity nf the University who u innir the dean and faculty members W tnlpoenacd today to five depositions in v in ienrje uim iwo Kuuuu dam gj tje suits lolJ why the w faculty has Vhisacd the statement which dated that in opinion darts dismissal u jus fftlir He said tliat he had agreed with ft f T f 11I L 1 rn j4uirv 4 iu iui buuic ispi should be made to the statements uttered lj Gaik in the prrss la answer to the reasons why he hid believed Clarks dismissal was justied which wire asked by Ralph T Finley counsel for Clark Professor Udy said that it as generally known in the first place that Clark was at odds with the University administration He said Qaik as a hitler enemy of President 1101 and that Clark had often spoken of Hill in t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 April 1921

i t l fefUCE TWO r SAYS GUILDS -NEW PLAY R LITERARY ONE Is Production - of Class That Professional Stage Has Neglected Says Clark McAdanfs TO BE HERE TOMORROW Paolo andFrancesca Draws Ilarge Crowds at Little Theater in St Louis List Week Iaolo ami Fiancesca which will be presented in Columbia Saturday u con tidcreil by the president and director of the Artist Cuild players of St Louis to bff the most ptetrnfiout thine the Cuild lias done Seven weeks were spent in rehearsals It was presented every evening last week to large audiences in the little Theater In St Louis The costumes and settings which are the work of the members are reported to be elaborate The Artists Cuild of St Louis is point ed to by national leaders of the Little Theater movement as one of the better planned organizations of the country Among its member are artists musici ans waiters and amateur actors from St Louis with a few from other towns and cities of the state The president dark McAdams writes the Just a Min...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 April 1921

unrinff and ferns A large fern embanked with small potted lems lormed uic center Mrs Maon W Relcher and children John Crawford and Annette of Kansac Prof andMr J L Meriam 201 Edge- c jj arme Vednesday April 20 for - VTlf Mr nnd Mrs John ffBcldi rnal at homeIast evening far Mb and 1J15 filson avenue Several pSHitV Jfrs WtUUm Templeton Johnson of jre hcms planned for the guest during oao uicgo kju wno nave umi ura er stay here Among -them is a lea ii bouse guests for several days The house A rij 26 at -which Mrs John N a flM ArfltMl witli rnsefl flowers v i - r ipr win enieiiaiu fhe JJuiness Women s wrcie u piece for the dining room table The Pfeserian Giurch met last night with mantel in the living room was decorated jj1J5 gnowden Willis 1010 Walnut street with valnav ferns warpiiina and tulips trailing About sixty five guests called during the evening Miss Laura Matthews 605 SoiJh Fourth street entertained thirty friends informally at tea yesterday afternoon fpr Miss Minnie Brashear...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 April 1921

ISlillE COLUMBIA EVENING been dbrrgarded by foreign natians es - It AURight Its All Righj if7YouHhJEm JfcstHight Cr 5r i I ggf v MISSOUIUAN pecially Japan until the1 process of par f r gm - V S JS Clrg SgWEPZf l 9fepilt1 g j celing out the great republic threaten 15SVTJe yv SSfhLs iiTa I - - ftUm arVHk r J sBt2r J111 r cremng except Sunday irT Si J apEMfc f I c wWSMiWimnmuCfriktr - ZEmi Sg7 lie Mitsourian Publishing to dismember it entirely Internal dissension fa jjL -- - 4 ITWxWJK PJKWSai ls J ML sension increases this possibility Dr Sun Yat Sen a rcprescntahe of HI H T the southern faction wliich has been on l j JHhI Ja jtSKSk I USt - I - lffciPilsJ - SUBSCRIPTION RATES lbVAJnM H 1 KjLrrLsf P pfc I ftllTl S W City Week 10 cent single copies the cre of war or actually W1 w A VjWoM W - K ML lRlTJ1Sml - 1 - Li J fMjJf i cents Bylmail in Boom County Year 125 b months 17S 3 month 90iccnU rtonth 35 cents Oohidc the county YearJU0 3 Donihs 125 month 45 cenU Payable n advance Member Audit...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 April 1921

J B J FOR SALE One new 9x10 rug Call M 180tf FOR SALE Washing machine aad finger rone 63D uile W 190tf - -- r it TOR SALE Bed chairs student it r OWCS UIHIH iiKut luuiliuic viauic ckiirs and buffet coal range cabinet ivenrwrt dressers one solid walnut iih French plate mirror Mrs C D rMre 09 Uitt St Telephone 90J TH vim FOR SUE Bed dressers student Ebbles complete furniture for roomers 605 High St lhonc 1283 white Tr177lf FOR RENT FOR RENT Ten room modem bouse -brie garage large garden plot Posses- V Mar 1 Address Box D Missouri- Hi D 193 t rott tirjii uioice turnisnea meet of 6 rooms from June 20 until September 1 Call between 10 and 12 a m or 4 and 6 p m 1506 Rosemary Leae Phone 632 bbcV K 189tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms good Juratiin 115 South Sixth St Phone 0lijte C 193 FOR RENT Apartment from now un til September 1 Three large rooms ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Large front room at 1492 Bats will be for rent about April 2J will rent for Spring Summer with opdnn for next jear No other r...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 April 1921

t PACE SIX 1ME3 OF f 1 - - w TUBERCULOSIS Jack Burks Sold Tapers on Wabash Ilailroad for 23 Years Jack Burks for more than twenty three yran a newtboy on the Wabash railroad died Wednesday night of tuberculous at WixHllan Hoplal Moberly He was admitleJ to the hospital April 3 and an operation for remotal of pus on his lungs was performed hut recovery impos sible He is survied by a brother Rob ert Burks of Centralis and a sister Mrs Malhias of Shawnee Okla In the twenty three jears in which he sold papers on the Wabasli trains he shewed a ctiBrtrous and honest character ami was preatly respected by the pas sengers who knew him well A bunch back from birth he was always ready 1 ta ail paengers in any way Many stores arc told of his sjmpathetic and fiwxl naturul wnrice Some yeais ago he retiretl from the train senicc and openol a news stand and cigar ore in Centralis where he lited until his death Funeral services were conducted by Bey II II Lutzow at the Methodist Church in Centralia ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 April 1921

5 r - - m 5 - 1 THE THIRTEENTH YEAR EPOSmONSM CLARK CASES ARE RESUMED Opinions of President Hill Giv en on Witness Stand by Prof W G Shepherd This Morning TELLS OF A COMMITTEE Defendants Attorney Makes formal Ubjection to the Testimony as Not Material Prof W J Shepard one of ten mem bers of the University faculty subrioenaed today I he plaintiff Id Prof CeortcL iy juwu damage suits gave testimony this morntng which Boyle Clark counsel for the defense termed a tirade against President Hill Boyle Clark had it inserted in the record thai he objected to the testimony because it iVfM Plained the radicals Shepard said Shepard testified that ho and Clark were among those who started the teach ers union affiliated with the labor union He asserted the Board of Curators inves t I tigatio i of President Hill was white E washed and that matters were worse 5 afterwards He asserted that the board had gono to little trouble to get any dence No members of the faculty ex- cept the deens had been ask...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 April 1921

TACETTO COLUMBIA CAN NOW USE CITY MANAGER PLAN Law Passed by Recent Session ot Legislature Makes it Possible to Elimin ate Politics COUNCIL ELECTS MAYOR He Is One of the Five Council Inch They Hire the Real Exccutic of the Municipality Gties of the third class can now adopt a city manager form of city government in place of the old system as the result of a law passed by the recent session of the Slate Legislature By means of this law cities of this class are enabled to eliminate politics from their municipal affairs and to Anduct their administra tions in a more business like manner Columbia being a ihid class city is given the right to adopt the city manage plan TtlE TIM OF TltE LW The law providing for this change reads as follows f Section 1 Amend article 5 charter j JZ el the llevisea statutes 01 juusouh 1919 entitled municipal corporations by addingthereto sixteen new sections to be known and numbered as sections 839a to 8396ji inclusive and to read as follows Section 8396a An...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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