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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 September 1920

'Ss&3 !Jt3" ? V """ "'AtV-vrw-jp-, V r Z. J & u S& 31'"" sihhi. imh. i t, MMka. ta.( Mill, M esaU. Ii: mlli kts Mtti Tu.SJi 1 wii. Xf lUll klk S uw. NrOU U sanSM. if- -J- it w- . tailns m Minl-tho suit muut taSl THECOLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAfr SATURDAY, SCTtBER 25, 1920 JUcrM- '.Hl- . Ul - !M 1st la St&Ua lrta. An. Octaksf J, IHI. a. IIH. TtUrHCUa rttJWtU ....3?t ..!.... .. U. Btafl Ortektt 1. Ik 'Mm lflM win mtlM to Ik. VtifUK !-. WMUln. Kf t tessHM, u4 QxiktlH, I ?- jj, :iv m, . from abetment 1ETTEB FEELISG FOR JAPAN ;No history ot one people or one nation parallels the history of present Japan. Fat Ait rewon history furnishes no ao hialf'torto overpopulation. In the ear- rv'perifla' of All age England sought new IsM tad Banked then the future borne oFjita posterity. At later period Ger many expanded over its neighboring ler riseries fat economic reason. In oar on day Italy, is sending out It orer crowded people to North and Sooth Am erica. f Japan' cue is a peculi...

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. — 25 September 1920

w m HVfiJWy-UJaSSS 8SS?SES55CI iSLfiiiiE. w K&l afeaS mm$teJm&. H'JBArS- T Jr. i-"5 :--fi' l.Fy sfj3 . - i '"a " .-," 1 " - - . vztnu.n :V.a,i i f CiJaOT EJF.eBCE, ABBEEJKNjr 'eeratus Sccm ruble to Collect f; Or r MOMee Klflw. ' , BERLIN. Sept. 10.(By Mail)-Entente Ta&ifloniics iicic uuudk wanner mev win jeoBect note than a million weapon from (Geraun ritirena under the disarmament fagreement made al the recent Spa confer fcace. This in apiie of the fact they eati- TIGER TAXICABlCO. No. 17 N. Ninth St PHONE 1199 Day and Night Service. Country Trips a Specialty All Big Cars DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg. i Helen M. Richards . VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Two years' teaching in Normal- Department of New England Conserva tory, Boston, Mass. Phone 1257 Black 406H1U That Waste Material has Money in it : We pay Highest Prices CHICAGO IRON AND METAL COMPANY Call. 653 Fine Shoes Heberling Shoe Repairing System Columbia, Mo. JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Suits Made-to-Measure Clea...

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. — 25 September 1920

KiiaOS .':? :ji:-i'i T7fc -saHfe-V"-? rsn &as . i jf" ' -. -V -.VT ), -v; i t .!; ---?t' "..t --r..- sy- pJ. V '. "a V; 'THE COLUMBIA-EVENING-linUMAN;. SATURDAY,-SEPTEMBER 25, 1920 7t: SS -. T a, sr r-;. ;SS '- 15.- It? I r M i lij - J-B --; 1 -7 ISC 'l fc Beginning Monday, Sept. PARKERS FtRNIlDRE BARGAIN WEEK 27, at nine o' Mrttm . Bv .-J, "Jr , sm.' At. nine o'clock Monday morning, we will put on sale every article of furniture in the house at . the lowest prices that have been quoted in Boone County for several years. You have been waiting for this opportunity for some time. Your tastes have been above the ar- -i tides that were within your reach. The uncertainty of the times made you afraid to purchase 'the - . "higher-priced articles of quality. t ,. - , .- That opportunity has now arrived We, realize that' in replacing that old furniture. with beauti-,. . ?. 1 ;ful modern furniture,' you must bear, in mind that you will have to live, with it fora .long. time., ,-,, Choosin...

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. — 27 September 1920

i. It3 gr. THIRTEENTH YEAR fGLEVELANDlS HOST TO 25,000 fAR VETERANS ;iccond Annual Convention of American Legion Opens For Three-Day Session. LEADER TO BE CHOSEN r fasts Plan Surprises Philadel phia Delegation to City in Box Cars Many Stunts. L ty CMni Tien. CLEYtLAMJ, Sept. 27. The- parade IV rf tie delegates to the convention of jjjie American Legion was the big event rf doe Inday. Thousand of doughboys , hiiiucu i" a paiauc mvic Mian mile keg. : In the light for the next convention l Kansas Gtj seems to lie winning. New Orleans and ban Francisco are fighting for the contention also. CLEVELAND. O, Sept. 27,-deve- Jsud capitnlated today without a shot to an inrailin" armv nf STOOfl vl.am f I' tie orld war. I"' From alt points of the compass, from l- every state and neatly every city and town I m the Union, they rajne to attend the see- sad annual convention of the American Legion. Comparatively few were in citizens" at r'hrc; the majority proudly wore uniforms 'ksaDoned by service ...

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. — 27 September 1920

r m m m i finrHk&LATWH fesc r? -. Jrt7f uLiLjr, . at WJ -- ' JS?r -.- J.The dan whenmU itl lii yElTiSte'"' ;"! , prosaic check the mmwiu tl-t. .1 ?-2rL "H ,n ""nation is not the pf f TT" p"cuon irom ."- wt a larjr ai ni.k. mines p-rtn wea in shipping ;o!d to fefr" ' WHBUTM. t tie war request, were sent to t-SJfr to j fl reserve banks of W, f,7nJtrictsJIl gold cu, in SPio. This gold J, kept on ST!!i aA,no,e " be issued on it io , it, ." rr; "" a one-,u j&a VT .""""" " reserve. M "" !u"Ppine of coins, there is 1- v"T. .certain 1 : i nn ;.- " " wiisinu wncn y h - asaBaaxsxaxasmsB sb MgglirrpgssajTsM Braselton's American Gentleman Shoes Only the very finest in Shoedome is permitted to bear the name of American Gentleman. The utmost in shoe perfection that brains can devise and skill produce. Every inch of leather selected and" inspected with exacting care every line true and accurate every stitch precisely right Once wear a pair of these shoes and in the future you will accept n...

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. — 27 September 1920

P- vT t , a si f it? I"' -tBS r-jr SITYNEWS ita Averilt, student In tie . spent Sunday with; her- Mr. Mnico. ad petle, a university student, ; week-end at hit home In Mo- i'T. Brockmin, a student in the ty,.sprnt me week-end with Ms la Gilliam, Mo. ; flarence Wyan, a student in the iff, went la ttunceton. Mo, lor d Perley, a student In the Unl I tpendinf, the week-end In Mo- Mcfteynolds, a student in the went to ounceion Saturday . Moore, a student in the Univet' li sWnrisv to spend the week-end haste in Boonville. i Roth Garawell, a, student in the mtr. It" Saturday to spend ' the , :i 1 I :- Cl-I?- 1 81 OCT iMiiirc iu omaua. '. IL Eyster, assistant professor ot jj WWWWtjSM i1 J JPjyi'sj i i jiihi .. ..-'"-y,v4aiJAaaJttuaWBWft-ttii '- -.-- - -I ' V ,; - - " I - ' " - - '. . 'A AX. . -T . .i. -l ' F-? M1JI . l lS j -.1 I-I' tnreri-Bfrlhi- EasiiS: boitay.-w.au tot SeMtrta., -5S?! ?"" ! Cty was a week-end -guest at the ft Kips Atjiaa r The ,ney tacjjdireeterr sill be. otti a. wui ao t...

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. — 27 September 1920

e? - -v - - . ' " '" .. .. "." J ' - ' ' . 11 ft S. v . V-. EFOW' THE. COLUMBIA: EVENING MBSOI . monday, septemberJl ' J""?'". Mis. Marie . Miss, Helen Marbm ana Him e Bavne of the physical education taent of the University-of Missouri ust summer in Baltimore, in play, d work., Each ajrljuul a play, a where the directed game and folk Tie allied counts in play P WJ the Unirersity famished the foundation for this practical ex. ice. ' Playground system in Baltimore Posed to he ona of, the bestin the ry. "Dr. -n.E. Meanwell, former c director of the,University of Mis- organized and instituted the system lied out there. activities, depending of course up e ages .of the children, included all of games and foDt dancing. Inter- playground meets and games vera also a feature of their work. Beside hating charge of a playground. Miss Parker al so directed the play of the children at the municipal pier, or recreational pier. This was more nearly social service or settlement work. The period bet...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 September 1920

iw Lg i?wiBRHifJ',JCijwwff.iAiiijiny 111 i. .i , ttttt" ffFffHffBlMTnfBMMfc JA). J ftft)AY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1920 . .ACB.nVK ' IXTMESTB IX seCMMCnT MRMK 6MM PURUHE , f -jt BEK IDl'STfiY IS QUIET ; of Balldlng Loan HoMt Back ronttructlon. . lombff market is reported to be fly quiet. Shortage of cement is t building in many sections. is available, despite the car ne, jn sufficient quantity to take . of practically an demand. recent freight rate increase lias paralyzed the industry In some , as lumber, being a heavy corn- Sty, has been affected to a greater at than almost any ether. : indisposition of financial institu- , 10 encourage building loans is said i holding back construction. Some perfecting plans to meet this kin by providing funds for building 1 at 6 per cent. IBEDICATE ABCH OCTOBER 20. 1 structure Marks Ronndarr Be- ftmra BrIINh Colombia and States. f Cwl4 fKM. -.YA.NC0UVER, B. & . Sept. 27. Ifjuldren of a Common Mother will be e inscription raided in bold letters upon li...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 September 1920

&. MlteJimaowuAfc . irai iir a - r" - -iTi . -A. 'iV, . ..,ftait.T-"' tau.'aJ, seii.,.tjaU. j. Mas., liir,"XcBuH telliM kid. 1 j -j.r.ni -.:-.TTZz: ESiSi,.fc" " "" o-T hit. t " '", mi. B y TttuiaoiituBiurM i.T.....i j; i -A.i It MMd.atOw i. &'.. Utb. us m. u aw TUfWt aw, fcuMHin, iL -1 i :8UTifiekAihr bote n A M iuy be down bet he U never lb Salvation Army sloaan. jlooaeS County U ello'ted KSQO In the pttTitrin of the Salvation Am? which wiB. begin the week of October 3. We But onlr meet full? ike miotl tjloted'iis bat also we should "fa over ibe'Jop," If possible. ftijii In Use of war the Salvation Army fed Its put with" heroism, sacrifice end titafsett. Oar wldift hart will tee- gfyjo &ts assertion. On the battlefield France, the -Salvation Army adminis tered to oar dying and fighting soldiers. HA 1m ik. tint lla .MI-ka mt"fhe shell torn fields of hittle. the L ft . Sahritloa Arnry ntt errr ready to ne iih' hot coffee and doughnut and ad nlnister first aid. INaw in pea...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 September 1920

'Wrm I AM JlflMtiB BiJ M WHr M ;rawase K PnWiee. ' LULU. Sept Id, (by.mail),- apposition to the announcement I school authorities that three 'schools til be esufc'Jshed for utisfaciorily passing in English litest, his been started by Chi I Japanee people in the Islands. ,'ickre the plan is aimed to further Htjace. At present practical? all I cMorcn u wmj hutc ns i attend private school, the pub lefc baring 17 Japanese students to lite student. AND SILK. BUTTONS the Best Trimmings tot We make them lor yon on (fa areaisxs in all Stles and Sues i cay jou order. ' WOLFSON Ladies' Tailor Building Phone 83 DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg, Helen M. Richards VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER U Two years' teaching in Lfferraal Department of :flw rjigiana tcnserva isry, Boston, Mass. , ' Phone 1257 Black 406 Hitt r That Waste Material has Money in it XWepay Highest Prices fCHICAGO IRON AND METAL COMPANY Call653 Fine Shoes Heberling pShoe Repairing System Columbia, Mo. JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Su...

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. — 27 September 1920

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWwT - asii-i t Wx i r. ., 'f-.I.$ ;i -.O 11:- i.i HI KWU.'.L-The casta -rem' ' .- .. mi it j-,- . rMrBwmii ;"?- wi -.- -- . r.Maiiiu wb ruiM ! a : : : - IL loaelway Odeon ' Matinee Daily plorii Tues, Sept 27-28 REGULAR HOUSE PRICE W Miss- Bessie Barriscale in If angled Threads" a ki The .old man off where the Jazz is loudest wifie and tke kidlet at home old stuff, sure But when the "missus" triefeto put the old green-eyed monster at work, and fete her I, foot slip, there is a rapid sequence of new situations that iJteep you guessing and give you thrills, until a-smashing - climax provides a solution to what appears to be a situation ybeyond hope. I . r- tKf Miss Pearle. Mitchell entertained with tea at o'ebek this afternoon st her apartment, Hawthorne Duplex, 1566 Rosemarr lane, for Mn. I. D. Lima. The decorations' -were various colored Men jvhich were placed in Urge bowk and eel on' the buffet 'ami tables. A color note ...

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. — 28 September 1920

li $ :THIRTEENTir.YAR " ' COLUMBIA, MISSOUWtJSriAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1920 " ' NUMBER 23 '3 WOlflIJ!!ME 3 buiuuArunu U. THIS YEAR : Corwin Edwards Selected as Rhodes Scholar Tliis Year by the' Missouri Com- mittee.' "IK JOURNALISM STUDENT "I1) Arkansas Also Selects a Unl-l i. ., f i versity ol Missouri Stu dent for the High Honor. - ' Of the sixty four Rhodes scholar se- fleeted from the United States this jmf i two are irnm the University of Missouri. .Oaf them. Corwin Edwards, son of -fin C D. Edwards of Ibe Missouri Bi- hle Collrge, was selected by the Rhodes "-scholarship coumittee in this, state at 4 meeting in St. Louis bist Saturday. 11' b a student In th School of Journalism. " The other Missouri student is Joseph - T. Hunt who m selected by (he commit tee in Arkansas. f"1li borne la In Fort Smith, Ark. The quota for the. United States this year, as vas the rase last year, vaa iixty-four, instead of the nor x nil thirty two. thus making up for the ponpenement of elections during...

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. — 28 September 1920

M : . .' ' i n.. j.g-m . mr .infflK,? a-- aiaai iaa - l.a$? miOLUMBIA:Iiri3flWC1IMg(XiUAN? TU1SDAY. SEPTEMBER! 1920 'HINDUS HERE TELL INDIA'S 6RIEVANCES Kt jj,S !FiTe Stadffte iri University Say -juusa oovenunent Up- ?. -.- poMg,umipulory Edu M -rational Caws? r"- 90 PER CENT ILLITERATE Kb- . ;-7 ' -r r- ft'. iJnUwlPasei Act Allowing .imprisonment, of Natives $ ,. t Without Trial-lHigh r. Export Taxes Levied. rt ''W - L- lj .. There a 'difference between tiling -', ' People and .bleeding a people." This 5 ' tlS tht hrSV Hiiutn itnHii : tW. 11.:. -i,l. 'TT,'. - -..".. ,.. ....- .mwi,ai up inaias grievances against 'Great Britain's W laws. M."a;ptel.-C C. Kulk.ini. P. L. Pald, N. it Merchant1 and M. K. P.tel are the five Hindu enrolled here. like i,auaT-Patrick-,Henrrs, they pour out Hoods "oT oratory, and (low with the , hju. enthtuiasm of patriots. - "N. It Merchant points out that India played a Wig "part in winning the World i War. Jf the' British government hat passed a law calle...

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. — 28 September 1920

rt . ' - - ' H' 3SE1T HOME FOK7BEES Ky Erects IS hy 90 Foot jear roaury BalldJae. department of entomology is a bouse lor keeping bees just tt, the Poultry Building on the ply larm. iiic new structure will ,njr 30 feet, and will hare itio Ktop story of the building vill be for laboratory worL U bee keeping I fast floor '" derated to fumi- r of nursery stock. The apiary now on the East Campus will probably I to the new bee home, and all t in entomology will be done there. PEHe-XSTlUTlOS FOR XcSWISEY Plans DlseoTerfd By Police Before . . The Mattrlalke. By I'ailrJ Press. LONDON Sept. 27.-AS Terence, Mc Swinney, lord mayor of Cork, grows weak, or than at any other time the police report that they have frustrated a plot for a gi gantic demonsiratioa for the starving major. Kelly Synington was arrested near Brixton Prison on a eharge of carrying dangrous weapons and also literature which lead, to the, discovery of the planned demonstration. McSwiney is reported to have rested ell the 6rs...

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. — 28 September 1920

aft.ni.nijKlFgreKl? ., 1 3&-I -?tWI' iHHra9S99niHHPIii,' r iasjawsr," .sjJ-'sr'Msi' """ iv. z? ?m rzB&cw?m7riiarL'.'W!mBzsf?rs'-'- ssKPBm,wfwwmiiisp. iv ' 111 i ii i ii innsiiiii ill i in mnm i tit i la i i" i oniima iw i ibhi m if mil i ami iiumiii n i 1 1 1 ! nm k: I&B& ?? - v ; --P -? m?wYfr&' s ' i r-A -nr i'TmxiF'.p V-H? ' '? "f -.:-- - ,- - P SUBc ' '-- - " "3 ;.. IM K, (K ii . !&.-. . i?1- : -3 ilSf- - -.Tf S " iT "V. ' J - :" .' "' ' - . - - .- r THEiCOLUfilBIA' ' :EVENING MISSOiUfUAN j nhUrW mirriala( awa Aaadar laa Mtoo,ri.. PUUbc Asaaelatiaa. lac, JT H. IW Hau. CWk. Mmaait Attoaaa Jakasaa. Vaaajcr. SUtSCIimOM SATES :Oni Hit. MusM; aack. U camut stasia . M& juO la Bonn bol)l Tab US; -aMaraa, IL7S auka, M CMt 0 tk canal; t , KM; J KMtb. ' 11.3; snath i coti. fijI. la aaraaca. MaWt Aatit him af Clrcsjatlaa. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MaSSCrIaN.: ' TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2& 1920 U the nrvei ending editorial areata 'the steps o the couapyj grocery;. Mare,...

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. — 28 September 1920

' ,"-riiTifTirTiJiy7'fl""T''l I i mi n m CCITCBE COXRITIOSS GOOD 1 Skews Untrranrss is GtBcral Bullae. ! TV September report of general bush li is d uricultural conditions in Frder- USttriel Jxo. 8. published by the Federal e sans. 01 -at. ixhiis aiscioscs nne iM, ceruin lines showing a re- ionirr tendency, while others main. , pice erpial to or closely 'approxl- Jm their prosperity of recent months. predominating trend, according to j report, " i" uitcvmm ui lurtncr Jnstment. but the processes involved ,'lhi change lute been gradual and rfy enough to produce only minor i in business and finance. L CLOTH ANtf SILK BUTTONS Dttse tbe Best Trimmings for i; Dresses. VTe mate them for jrou on ksV premises in all Styles and Sues 5 tie sine day you order. L WOLFSON ladies' Tailor RlCHrr Budding x Phone 8M DR. O'BRYAN Qiiropractor 16 Elvira BIdg. Helen- M. Richards VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER ' Two years teaching in Normal Department of New England Conserva tory, Boston, Mass. Phoae 1257 Blo...

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. — 28 September 1920

ggg 3IH M M&3szm t&ESia : zaizr n? -fe i- --? rat 'i - -. .MS. aRt .r t ' 'H WA. .t4 -T-.- r-4 pact act. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 192( V a."StekMMM Amen Tkc FInU ' " W. C. Stephenson has received word from the New York life Insurance Com pany thtt be was one of the hundred foremost writer of insurance for that company list month. Mr. Stephenson ranked forty first for the Bomber of new applications, and seventy-fifth ft the Vol-' ume of business. There are 660 writera of insurance for the company. A GREEK was strolling around after Study hour He wanted some good wholesome recreation, and so, he wandered into Booche's famous Billiard Parlors and met a CREEK who was looking for the same thing and they played Billiards. Tiger Athletes congregate here because it has the best ventilation and the most wholesome atmosphere. CABLE SHIP GUIDE IKVE&TEB XftkM Possible Reeorttbta; ef SibrM et Bevlatton From Course. PARIS, Sept. 10. (by maU.) Thanks to t...

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. — 29 September 1920

IESS-STa Hg EtaS-l K38 57? -" ,?-:, v..i - to.. - no4 - -M -K3 THEXQLUMBIA EfTONG MBSOURIANj ni ... ......I i .- - in.. . i .. ii i i -- - - i i " , . . J vmintD fjt ,( THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920 NUMBER 24 tHREE WRECKS DELAY RALLY 0FDEM0CRATS Pelcoming Committee Finds Only Complications at Cen 5 tralia A. T. Dumni . , Delayed. 'HEFL1N DOESNT ARRIVE Congressman's Absence Adds to f Local Democratic Lead ers' Discomfiture. THE WEATHER Al o'clock il was learned that Con " 'gretsman Henin would not reach Colum bia ootil tins evening. He will speak at the Hall Theater at 8 o'clock. X T. Dumm and Mrs. T. G. Burkhardt, of Jefferson Cil), membera of the Dem ocratic State Committee, who were cbed. tiled la arrive here at 1 JO to address a r t meeting of the county commniee, did not ....... ' wnt nntu z:j. Mm conferring for a few minutri vita the county committer, wlikh had k'kmi awaiting him at the coarthoiue Mr. K Dumm went to the Hall Theater to speak ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 September 1920

ICEf.J Rfc- inte rn $ : I : m r' w V- w. Bit- r Fit L rr .fuatiwo. THE COLUMBIA'EVENING MISSOURIANj tWEDNESPAV. SEPTEMBER f29, .1920 I MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. E. M. Carter left lbs morning to P d.y,I CaKrilii. " Epperson lafiahis rnorrint. for a Mra-week. rUit in St Louis. . Mua E. Thnrston lift this morning for -St. Loiht Uonird, manager of- US DanTel .-!!!,leT'!.'"?,, '''' ,ni morning to spend days jn Kansas Gty7 7 HiRim of Springfield, 111, -tSJSft. i morning to visit her uncle. George Fulton. Miss Esther Erickaon, who has been in ColoaH. for the last two days in the in terest of tin Y. W. C. A. left this morn in, for St.-Loui i. Mi faildegarde Peels and Virgil 'Peets, both o ColumbiaIef; this morn I,fr Dalton, where liiey vill attend school, Mka, Edith Miller, daughter of Dean Walier Miller, left this morning for St. Loisv From there he will go to Ann Arbor, fick, to vir Dean Miller sis era. L J. Hall, Culumbia postmaster, vient io Centralia today on government busi-nes- He was ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 September 1920

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