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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 April 1921

w - v r 9kC Pk jjace two PSMAKA K hiK TOWARDS U S -Sentiment There Runs Jjtrong and High Against Ameri can Imperialism The follomnK article uas written for the International Setct Service bj Duke V Parry a graduate of the School of Journalism now on Me editorial staff of the Japan Advertiser Tokio Japan Y Tokio Japan April 29 A lion that has a hearing on the opinion now forming in Tokio regarding the expression of American Im pcrialifm took place in one of the of fices of the Department of the Nary re cently An American newspaperman was talk ing Kith a high official of the Nat De railment on tlie present building plan of the Japanese Nary tlie largest plan That lias Leen known in the history of Japan In ihe course of the conversation the Jap aneee official cited the American tap fiialins her rapidly growing interests in Asia and the claims of oilier nations tiere as reason wliy Japan should detenu her shores with a great navy one which will he second to that of the United Slates Isn...

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. — 30 April 1921

V 5 rf i m i I News of Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabtlh Agee society editors tall appreciate it if joa will telephone society items bcttcccn 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The public is invited to a silver tea to be given at 8 oclock Monday evening in the Stephens College parlors by the Stephens College Club and the Alumnae Club for the benefit of the Stephens Loan Scholarship Fund At 830 oclock there will be a musical program under the direction of Waller Scott dean of the school of music The reception will fol low the program Thoe at the door will be Miss Rosemary Belcher Mis Helen Douglass and Miss Virginia Hale The members of the senior class will as sist in the serving The reception com mittee Vill consist of the officers of both organizations They are Mrs Charles Hale Miss Ruth Keith Mis Cenera Drinkwater Mrs Hugh Baker Mrs J E Thornton Mrs John N Belch- er Mrs George Evans Mrs R H Cray and Mrs M R DoucIas The new of ficers will be elected Monday morning and...

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. — 30 April 1921

u vMsE V - PAGE FOUR h THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As ociation Inc Jay H Neff Hall Col umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxacib SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gly Cash in advance Yrar 100 6 months 100 3 months 1100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 rents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 mjnths 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 150 3 months 123 month 45 cents Pay able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as secondlas mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Greulaticn 55 L J HALL -- Columbia is the poorer by a good cil izen and a faithful public tenant To the city and community the sudden death of L J Hall in Denier on Thurs day last Mas a distinct loss and the l son for genuine sorrow Ever mindful of his duty to the public Mr Halls record as postmaster of r umbia was an excellent one Under his direction the citys postal ttem ex- c panded and developed Other public posts he formerly ...

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. — 30 April 1921

t i t 5f I CV1 - -- - v Telephone 411 CLASSIFIED ADS rnoNE 55 FOR SALE TOR ALE Four burner blue flame Alcazar kerosene range blue and white enamel Also bicycle 415 S Cth St 1bnne 1245 black M 205if FOR SALE Frcsb candies If interested pure call FOR RENT homemade 618 green V 212 FOR SALE Almost new Coles Hot Blat kitchen range six holes Can be seen at Huletls 23 Store room call 527 while for particulars J 291tf FOR SALE New No 10 DeLaval separator used less than two months al so learn iion grey marcs full sisters 1 railing registered Hereford bull T II Groves R R No 10 C 20fii FOR SALE Purebred Scotch Collie pups Beautifully marked C01 Locust Phc 1321 tl 190tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Practically new fi room fully modern bungalow full size con crete basement new garage close to University paved street ideal location 7000 Carey Frasier Phone S19 or 590 white 209 HOUSE FURNISHINGS FOR SALE JOItSVL E Walnut bedroom suit washstand dresser and bedstead also 22 rolls of player mulic T...

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. — 30 April 1921

r H rr i V U- t P ll i i r m ri Wr E PACE SIX 75 SPRINGTIME AND V V f yOLWC MANS FANCY TURNS TO DIAMONDS He stands in front of the window his face pressed tagainst the glas Some persons approach nq ne naeiii nastuy away and assume that careless il i ing for someone look which is always f good he thinks They pass and hey- Fumes his former position almost ins in front of the window in order to see at closest range what is inside No he is not a burglar neither is he a small hungry boy looking at the food displaved for this is a jewelry store window and the gazer is a young roaa 1 of any size any occupation and an dress He is at this time only one thing a man in line For it is spring you see and no mat ter what his business or occupation may It he looks covetously at the diamonds with which the jewelers so slyly fdl their windows at this season of the vear The girls stop look longingly a rnent or two sigh and then go on to the dejurttnent ttiire in hope perliaps that there lhev will fin...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 May 1921

St IV it I V t r Si v t THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR 25000 BOONE COUNTY TAXES STILL UNPAID Deliquent Taxpayers Also Owe Interest of One Per Cent a Month After the 1 Tax Is Due SOME ARE NEVER PAID 5 County Collector Has Power to 4 J Sell Property When Charges Have Been Overdue a Year About 2000 of Roane County Him remains uncollected according to Tur ie cr Lonsdernrty collector In addition lit the amount of the tax lhoe delinquent ISM month owe 5 per cent interest a 4 jer cent fjIlectors fee and a fee of 10 cents to the county clerk for each entry nrcessar upon the delinquent book This males the total additional cost about 10 jier cent The inteiest rate rises at the rate of 1 per cent a month each month after the tax becomes overdue Total unpaid taxes in the county amount to about 50000 half this sum n being for years prior to 1920 About 92 I per cent of the taxpayers paid their 1920 1 taxes on time About 95 per cent hare laid altogether Last year about 95 per rent paid on time About...

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

V M PACE TWO SAYS RUSSIAN SITUATION IS aEARING UP Former Prime Minister Claims Nv Russia Will Look to America in Its Reconstruction WILL ASK FOR CHARITY Two Million Refugees Scattered Throughout Europe Now Eager to Return and Aid Country The follouint article is the jirst of a series being nnlten for the United Press by men prominent w European ofairs Because of the unsettled conditions in Russia and other European countries these articles ichich uiil be published by the Misiourian are expected to be of much interest K By Prince G Lvoff Former Prime Mtniiuer of Russia Tntttn for the United Press Paris Ma 2 1 believe thai the situa tion ia Russia is now rapidly clearing and that the time is not far distaih when we Ru uians shall keep our vast couftfry 1 again at work helping in the reorganiia tion of the world Thousand of Russians even where exiles as well a those at liome are bending all their energies to a tingle endf without regard for political erred We Jill realize I think that ...

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

i w Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth see society editors icitl appreciate it If i uill telephone society items between and 12 oclock Telephone 274 In the spring but perhaps the g of the winter term at this particular me has hastened or has been the sole cause for the early May weddings which lvolve University students There is a int that another town wedding is soon a be announced The coming fair days f they ever come will add to the nantic atmosphere of those weddings which hare been set and the engage ments and weddings announced today Kansas Gty is the scene of much so cial gaiety just at present as several im portant weddings of interest to Colum bians will tale place there this month or next Miss Mary Chorn and Mrs Dick Chick entertained Saturday with a bridge luncheon for Miss Esther Robertson Dr and Mrs J Archie Robertson will enter tain tomorrow at the Blue Hills Country dub with a bridal dinner for theit daughter Miss Esther whoe marriage to Ralph R Coffey will take plac...

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

mi mB 3lJE I Mi PACE FOUR DOLICHOVERBIA alleys Iiavc in soma places been rid of their tin cans and planted with flowers Col umbia has still luuclij to accomplisli however to nuke it the garden city it might be and il will take the best efforts of every individual Columbian to attain that goal II C Wells proposes a new compen 1 dium of knowledge to be known as The Bible of Civilization Until it is ready It might help if people read the old one WHY STUDY LATIN An impression is prevalent that Latin fy is a dead language something to be avoided During high school days stu dents look for subjects which they deem more useful Latin docs not help get a job they say Money makes a t living but it takes more to make a life t TV Minis a Lius 01 I lie uucago yaitj Newswlm has made Latin his hobby for thirty years tells why Latin should be stodieik He thinks commonplace words are full of color and force and take on picturcsquencss when their ori gin is understood For example he shows that to be i...

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

i CLASSIFIED ADS PO0NE 55 FOR SAIE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Practically new 6 roora fully modem -bungalow full size con- j crete basement new garage close tq Unitersit paved street ideal location i 7000 Carey 4 Frasicr Phone 519 or 5JO white 209 FOR SALE Single comb white leg horn eggs for netting i50 for 15 3 hundred Davis Duract Phone 683 D lTOtf I AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE I OR RENT Partly furnished apart nrnt A bargain if taken before May 6 Will rent to September or longer 85C btark FOR RENT Rooms reiL 803 College Ave W 207 FOR RENT One nice furnished anartment abo one furnished room 201 S 6lh St Phone 97 black R 2061 FOR RENT -Rooms and apartments fur students clerks or others Comtni er1 to Inivcrsity and uuIniss drslrict m Elm Phone 12l0feen S 205lf FOR RENT Carage at 1102 Bass call at house or plione 527 white JJ98tf FOR Ri XT Clioice furilsHtd apart ment of 6 rooms from June 20 until Stptember 1 Call between 10 and 12 a in or 4 and 6 p ni 1506 Rosemary Ijne Phone 652 black K...

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

WWUlii mi nil i iJjiini u i iiuj wriimi piu - - ysap srwf m urn PAGE SIX KEROSENE GOOD TOR PLANTS Foliage Is Protected by Spraying With Diluted Emulsion Bf Vatltd frta Wasiincto May 2 Care must be bted in jnaling kerosene emulsion in the Little against the plant pests aS the American Forestry Association The UocV sliould be made up by the fol lowing directions after which Is must be diluted to the proper proportions for praying The proportions follow Stock Solution 66 per cent oil kerosene coal oil lo gallons soft or rain water one gallon hard soap one half pound In small quantities use kerosene one pint -soft water one half pint ltorj soap one eitghth tf a cake Dissolve the soap and add the kero sene and shake violent in a quart jar Dilute as follows For IS per cent spray add one part stock solution to three and onehalf parts of water For 12 per cent spray add 1 part stock solution to our and one half parts of water For 10 per cent pray add one part stock solution ts five and one h...

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. — 3 May 1921

APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED BY CITY COUNCIL A Tew New Names on List of City Officials Most of For mer Men Are Re appointed PAVING CONTRACT LET Sandy Butler Gets Order for La ing Sidew alk on Ame lia Street Lowest Bid Is S67587 J E Barnett secretary of the water nnd light plant laud Brown engineer of the water and light riant T M Walden chief of the fire de- liartraent J T Barnes Henry Good and W C Kenuedv city firrraen John Niter cits engineer L 11 Eubanks weighmasler W R Miller L C Hopper Elmer Katterton P T King Albert liummins policemen Tiie forrgoing appointments were made by Major Jamc Cordon and ap proved by the City Council last night A request wis made to the Council that the city furnish light and water for the camping grounds A resolution for the purpose of putting up the necessary iwles and furnishing the water pipe was adopted A quit claim deed was granted to the lielzler Parking Company for two lots behind their present plant These Iota were not transferred when the city of ...

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. — 3 May 1921

v I t Ipage two lrmW APRIL IS STILL TRUE TO FORM Showery Month Was Both Cold and Hot Much Damage to Fruit Cold weather1 in April caused severe damage to the mi and vegetables in Mirsomi On 5ve dajs April 9 11 16 17 and 10 llie thermometer repstcrcd freezing or below Tlie continued cold spell which came during the last three dai mentioned raused the greatest loss- fVto f At and truck growers According to the monMjr meteorological summary compiled by the U S Department of riculture Weather Bureau the departure from normal temperature for fhese dates was from 9 to 15 degrees Though a month of heavy rains hkhi Kinds and broaa aily ranges of temper- j lure April naa amosi twice as mucn sunshine as cloud weather The aver- - age temperature as 15 degrees higher r l i man is normal ior inai monin mc cipitation was 151 inches in excess of normal The per cent of hours sunshine 61 or 1 per cent more than is usually en- jojcdin April The hottest day was April 23 when the maximum temperature 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. — 3 May 1921

m F r rt IV Mist Queen Smith cad Miss Elizabeth A gee society editors uill appreciate it if job trill telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 f -1 Vn ffir VnM will n tertain ith a ttudio party at 8 oclock tonight The guests will be Prof and Mr W H Pommer Prof and Mrs H B Almstedt Prof and Mrs E R Hed ricfc Prof and Mrs E K Clark Prof tnd Mrs J W Hudson Prof and Mrs A H R Fairchild the Rev and Mrs Sam Frank Talor Mr and Mrs H S BilL Prof and Mrs J S Ankeney Mr and Mrs J B Heberling Mr and Mrs Leonard Oaddum Mr and Mrs Roy T Davis Mrs W K Bajless Mrs Jerry Murray Mrs J E Sherman Mrs Anna Froman Prof Man Dover Miss Louise Dudley Prof and Mrs Edgar Lee Sybil Pommer Mis Marcia Bailey Miss Linda Walker Miss Helen Ricliards Jliss Katherine Scherman Miss Beulah Sherman Mia Leah West Prof H H Loudenhack J II Mueller Prof Walter Scott Donald Wyatt and U Taylor Mrs Jlenry D Hooker Jr left this morning for Detroit to visit her mother Mrs F P Anderson She was accom panied 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. — 3 May 1921

MCE FOU N m THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURIAN Published every evening except Sun tiy by the Missoutian Publishing As sociation Ina Jijr H Neff Hall Col umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Year 400 6 months 200 3 months J100 4 Bjr the week 10 cenu tingle copies 5 cents Bjr Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 gj Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pay able in aslranee 9 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Advertising and Crculaticn WASTING A RIVER After being called to the attention of almos a dozen Congresses the question of Miswuri Hirer improvement still awaits final settlement And while no ipiogram h adopted that would create a satisfactory channel for commerce across tllii state products of the farms and fac tories of Missouri and Kansas are car ried eastward and southward at high tariffs b rail or go to waste for want of adequate transportation facilities Attempt...

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. — 3 May 1921

rPhone 1321 fr Pbone 272 CLASSIFIED ADS rilONE 55 FOIt SALE fAkarar kerosene range blue and white KflimfL Uso bicsde 415 S 6I1 5u 1215 bUck ll 20otf FOR MIX Fresh pure fcandi i H interested call t FOR SVLE Practically new W 190tf HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SLE 5 room houe big lot I close in on South side Price 3500 Weathers Whiteside Phone 272 208 TOR SALE 8 room house close in 4 t r tium it ntt nKC IIKH Tiwwtm felly modern bungalow full size con crete bavracot new garage close to University paied street ideal location 37000 Carey Frasier Phone 519 or 590 white 209 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE 1920 Dodge roadster driven 9000 miles Telchpone 305 dur ing office hours D 206tf FORcLE 1918 model Buick First class condition F 1L Hobercchu Call 96 203lf FOR RENT FOR RENT Carage che in Call 573 grcen or 272 W 203 FOR merit RENT Partly furnished apart- bargain if taken before May St Phone 275 green SITUATIONS VACANT can make good mfey tar Bldg CaU at 207 Gui 1 - WANTED - Ambitious students fo...

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. — 3 May 1921

zm L4 f 4f r a af sri IT t ft Jjj - r l PACE SIX TO WIN NEXT WAR IN Torpcdo Carrine Aircraft Snnnri Shine1 rUnfh lTnil AIR Will B Unued Ft London ly 3 MjCen Sir Frederick Svlra controller general of civil aviation believes with American expert that the next war vvill be won ii the air and that fat torpedo carrjinE seaplanes will sound the death knell of iedilr armed capital thips of the lat est dreadnought type Urforc the Institution of Grit Engi necrs on Aviation and Air Transport Sir Frederick while insisting upon the necejsitjr of government support of com mcrciai aviation dvvrlt on the military and naval possibilities of aviation the development of which could only be con tinued in peace time by subsiding and encouraging commercial experiments During the war he said aviation be came daily a more potent factor in the situation Every war has started with a great advance in science skill com pared with the preceding conflict and there was every reaon to believe that ths next war wi...

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

j VflBi Forty schools are entered in the an- nil Slate High School Tract and Held Vwt to be held Saturday Afternoon on lhns Fteld Entrance slim of five Urtiunal schools liave been received larshalL Jtepublic Chillicothe Steel Malta Bend and Northeast Kansas iGtvi lie high schools are to be separated into two divisions according to their reg istration and will compete with schools h their divisions TS e military academies f Witvmrth KrmrxT and Missouri ire in a seiurate division There will be ample competition to llrrt interest in the meet at a man pitch Several prominent high school athletes rf th ite kill be here One Hill be fQuunceT Simpson of Bosworth brother lo the inicrnauonaiiy kooKn nown -Bob Simpson track coach of the University He won the broad lump here list veah and broke four county records Fat Carrollion last Saturda He will com- pete on the Boswtrth High School team He ran the 50 vard dash in ai 3 seconds the century in 10 2 5 seconds the 220 in P flat and leaped 21 fe...

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

sf SK - 4- PACE TWO GHOSTS ONLY OCCUPANTS OF DESERTED ICJ Former Residents of Building Now Haunt Empty Halls in Search of Lost Companionship BUMSK1 RECEIVES GIFT ly Youths bilence Is Supreme Jlelurtantly deserted by the University joys 1k bale found it home this year and other years vhlle in Columbia ihe Yi M C A Building is now practically rmpt noiseless and as gray inude as ibe stones of which it i made Follow ing the announcement of the closing of tlie l ilay 1 the student occupants xlio were planning to remain for the spring term etc notiBcd to Seel ye rooms elsewhere But until the last min ute the Ikijs stayed They should haie aln btn moled to oilier quarters Saturday and BumfVi congenial janitor and elurer of the buys chats around the open fire nai eipecting that the building ttetild hare a dreadfully lonesome feel ing But some half dozen of the boys dreading thtir first night away from the lumcIiLe fireside of the Y came back and spent Saturday night in their old rocms Sunday...

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

5 TT r where they will spend the warm months From Michigan they will go to loiummis Ohio where they will make their home in the future Prof and Mrs R S Mann 209 South Carth avenue and ilaughter Kathleen Amelia will leaie Columbia the latter part of June for Central Lake TL up mmKr nf Via ITnsilnn am ma sorority of Stephens College enfer latnrd the old members with an eight oclock breakfast at Harris Sunday morning Other guests were Miss Eli labeth Stockton Mrs C C Cravens and Mrs R I Simpson Miss France Mitchell West Broad way will entertain at 1 oclock luncheon Friday for Mrs Frank Mitcneil ot nan fitv nd Miss Anna Pare whoe en gagement to Prof H M Reese has re cently been announced AU the girls in the University arein l ited to a tea given under the auspices j of Y W C A at 4 oclock Thursday afternoon at Read Hall Mrs Will E Smith 104 College ave nue wlii entertain at bridge at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon lor Mrs Ala- son Belcher of Kansas Gty who is the guest of her parents Mr ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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