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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 September 1920

rr.Of .SS3rM;.t- FTB -STTSCSS - srWS-r5Vi - .,- . f - Wt tape;? -fli A .- ryjtwBa MM-Wic-jfeJst --v--. r -1 y tSC" f H :page six THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920 T. P. R PLAXS WORK HELLO DAY IS APPKOACHI3G p MrtrMp ranpahtn 1TH1 Bf launched Soon. - Fourteen members were present at cabinet meeting of the B. Y. P. U. beld at the Y. M. C A. last night. The Rev. T. W. Young introduced & a RedforJ, - who lias just been appointed by the state board of the Baptist Church to the poi tion of student secretary in Columbia. The meeting was beld to plan the semes ter's devotional and social program. A membership campaign is to be launched toon with the aim of raising the present membership of 90 to ISO. It was decided to have a Bible reader's course for B. Y. P. U. members to be followed by a rpiiz in the form of a "Sun day baseball" game. Plans to help some of the small country churches near Co lumbia and to do social service work in Columbia were considered. ...

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. — 30 September 1920

MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920 NUMBER 25 THE COLUMBIA EVENING WILSON SERVED MANKIND, SAYS CONG. HEFXJN Aklkiiiu Orator Declares tlie Lcjguc of Nations Will Win for Democrats in llie No vember Election. REVIEWS PARTY RECORD NcImmi Dibcu&scb League at Af ternoon Meeting Oilier Democratic Speakers to Come to Columbia. "Woodrow vTiiNrn, the master spirit of tire age, will live in history long after his critic are dead ami rotten..... The peo ple mill write for him the inscription, "lip scried mankind'.... The League of Nations i the biggest issue, and hun dreds of iltouand uf Republicans will vole for it in November. Of course we will win." James Thomas Ilclhn, Con ' grrst-man from .Manama. The constructive record made by tbc democratic administration Wan the rea son given by Sir. Ileflin for speaking in behalf of the Democratic party at the Hail Theater last night. He reviewed the legislative achievements of hi parly un der Woodrow Wilvm...

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. — 30 September 1920

I sa"- - - -- irr a I jp PACE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING" MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY.- SEPTEMBER 30. 1920 fl l .. s. -4annaiBravvaUK i - . . w.ia.i iiuOL CLIP FAILS 'a careful survey just completed in Aus tralia shons that unless the droulh is won broken by heav) rains the season of 1920-21 will be disastrous to the sheep indu-trv of Australia, which is one of the largest wool producing countries in the world. . r -i . ftitt inr i'jiv.31 was aiMjui juuu. imzi. ii:" " prr.,c" '?r ."; . .... . . ,..,.,. ..: I - iit jusi rcceneu by t. A. tw Dales uui mc k-i wimimc "nwtc j? sn, agricultural statistician, says that , for 19J0-21 i l-00,000 bales. To Export Btdnwd Amount l i' U llrOUtl! IVrvUlv 5fJlr,l!Clion.in ,he exportation of wool th- ii . . u to lhc manufacturers in 1 1!?. lJJUIetSl lAely to be the re- ij... , IW eent decrease in Austra-1 ' -- iwh ciin kh.h I- V S 0i All-Wool Suits I5uv lliat new suit in time for Saturday's ame. And then tlies up in it and jell for llie Tigers. Everyone of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 September 1920

r om" s1 ;' V- ' TTywr-jsw WgggWBgH't i.ib;i '.!' s,sW, srrrftet -liSSSSBS9fw,"''1,MBi5 THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1920 PAGE' BUSINESSMEN, SAY COLUMBIA IS MODEL CITY Try to Teach Civic Pride to Stu dents Along Willi Tlieir . University Train- EVERYONE A "BOOSTER Garden Club Is Responsible for life Beautifully Kept ' and Decoratel Lawns. ' . s?1 " v',.-"."v'Vsi',?i m-' - - ..!."!V,, Columbia is llic rwst city in Missouri according to mine persons am tlie Iwst place on earlh acrtinling to others. Ah i( mt every person liere is a booster. iVot onl) is Columbia a popular cits' but the name is also popular. Tbere are renly-eif!ht cities in tlie Uniteil .States ttbkli use "Columbia" as a pait or all ct tlie name. There is one Qlumrjiv Heights. ne Cilumbia Falls, one Colum bia Center, tvvo Cnlumbiavillrs anil tuea ty three plain Columbias. Tlie tutal pnp-i ulation of all these Has, according to t)i 1910 census 71,374. Just r eiiee.1 Co, lumbia, Mo., in popula...

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. — 30 September 1920

at fXSF COLUMBIA PVENING MISSOURI MISSOURIAN "iSmS i"!irsfmi ""ft SUr kj J. .tf.ni uTr.jyu!..J't..J' ' lU-i- ST" SfBSCIIMlON HATES sltll IfaatL j ... . . LUs. t ZZ ' """ " i2.,1,!.cr?"' FOuJ.".i.' -- "v? ""- . Hat 4S .. ,.,. ,. . HnXn A.. Bam t GreaU.Us. SE-J'T" Ui. ant nun. Afer.1- ..U M, Mia. sl. m-KTOH nv.M0i.KS f " ., -, wii1m, ,.4 CifUi.7.V.7.V.V".V"si. Wf s.m.-w ... ....... susu fktoW . iV. U. tJIlr. .111 n. u iu vium au, 4..Muin. 7 VII.SOVS REFCS4L TO ACT PreriJrat U"ilW refusal to carr) onl -section 31 of the .Merchant Marine Act . wnirn mrected lum to terminal!- existing ipwnmciriai trraiies villi forrin rnnn- t.t.. .-11 . . . r 1 . ... tjiih 10 mum :iie ranama uanai .'s-sse. Gmgrc paed an aci, which the :?, President subsequently r-igncL, eicnipling American ships from pa)ing lolls in the Panama CanaL Finland molested on ,lhe ground that it Has a violation of ihe commercial trcaly heikren the iho coun tries. The art wa repealed by Con gress tat the recommendation uf Pre'.-...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 September 1920

3?aMS--g3&aie3Ui& 351Si"iSv 7--. i riia m . L , -xv,,-. :D - -! " ' -yir&mmaaBBMm ,--.. in ii-irrrn I frTP" '""'" ' s - 3vragasiSmSSmssSS jWffBBWgHHWtJBEjwB -"y ' ' - . V " . - '' ' S 1 SHOES IX FANCY P COIORS JTZX B 7fY VOGUETUIS WINTER According to diaries H. Ross, vice- Jent el "" usmuion-uroxn snoe 5, Liu " in "icy colors will - it.t. winter iTlitl tiNrto . jn logo '"" , -", - .,, blue ami Brown win preaonu- e. Ten or CKcu iiiiut? me iw- I bright fr tlish wls. wfnrdi ith 'pats will be popular If r"1 ,r' I0'11' brougue. WALL PAPER .. -rml 4.500 rolls of wall naner. bated 717 Broadway, second floor. Ala Stewart- Adv. CLOTH AM) SILK BUTTONS tf.i. ilw Rest Trimminss for I Orates. We make them for you nn , :. !. .11 Cvl. nt Q!, me proo " j - " ..-.. ife tame day you order. I. WOLFSON Indies Tailor I' M21er Building Phone 831 DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg. For Insurance That Insures SEE SMITH & CATRON- REALTY CO. Phone 27 Helen M, Richards VIOLIN SOLOIST AND ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 September 1920

fffaBri -l t- -v-FWs-r - WTtt "J ?gfK-r' SJj- ? f-J5rs" s J PACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUR1AN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1920 SPENCER HITS MAT HE CALLS ' 1-MAN LEAGUE (Cuiilinunl from I'jgr One) I'nilcd Slitn tlo not vni to sre prr wnl TliTe 'arr' bouiKfarjr lnw ve ould like lo we obliterated. Tlir boun dry lines of Korea ought In be a tliey were beforr the war, before Japan laid r iron srip upon them. Tlie Imumlarf line oujjit to be changed ai to rrMvre Shantung lu diiiia. "One of the tragic iuctlom of the Peace table viaj that ul Sliantung. I!e fore the opening of this crnturj. Crr manjr coieled Shantung. In 1CT3 she announced her purpe tn grl the much l-irl port in lower Manning, hoon atlera riot occurred in liich tno (rr man miMnnaries vrrc LilIrtL German paid. 'Well tale Shantung a imirmiwv. "China sent out a plea lliat wrung lite heart of the world. "Don't tale yn. lung. It is our vaered province. The allies of Confucius lie buried there Ev ery year 'se make our sacred,pi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 October 1920

T ' THE COLUMBIA EYENING MISSOURIAN H THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920 NIIMRPR & -?t-' CROPS UNHURT BY THE FROST OF LAST NIGHT Chinch Bugs, Army Worms and Hcbsian Flies That Have Been Pestering Farmers Were Destroyed. NEXT FROST DUE OCT. 15 Will Cie Plenty of Time for Laic Com and Cotton to Be. Cared For. The fiol last night did little damage, accoiding lo . A. Logan of the U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates. Nothing itu seriously hurl. Even the most lender garden stuff still sunius. Tire frost is a p" thing if it slops now, said Mr. Lo?an. llf chinch Imp, army worms ml the Hessian fly have been pcsirring tie fanners litis year, and the ilttle frost will do away with most of them. "Tt i warmer now. and we ought not tj hue any more frost till October 15." he wild. "TIus will give the late corn plenty of time to get out of the way. The Missouri cotton crop is late this year on account of the enormous rains. Fif teen days of good warm weather will in irease t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 October 1920

fF" THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1920 m in iii kr I H I I ' m I i i "I WANT TO WEAR LOW HEELS, BUT-" "I want to wear low heels, but I feel as if I were falling oer backwards." We sold that trou bled young woman this model and she's happy.. We have numberless new models to fit and to suit'pcr fectly every foot-need. This new pattern is an everyday Oxford with a holiday smartness. Look at its graceful lines and at that chick 1 mili tary heel New A Winner! In Russian Calf Blucher or Straight Lace extra weight flexible welt soles at 812.50 Other smart styles from S7 to 813.50 Wool Hose . In Black, Browns, Greens, Blues or Heather Mix tures Imported English or Domestic MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE ; I 81.75 to S3.50 rJI " Silk and Wool Mixtures 82 to 82.50 ffl; , v YES, WE DO REPAIRING J. W, Rogers of 109 Price acnue. who has been i kiting relatives in Kansas I City, returned lxme yesterday afternoon. E. S. Hart of Webster Croes is tis- iting liis son. Edward Hart, at the B...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 October 1920

. ., ,, umMJMK.:..l'llKJfst-!SKKiF y"rW,'W'il! '"&'MX:m ,,ywByy-!"Hgi jv THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920 5?j j " tf'i T i 7j . t"V '" t an - - -fr- ,- Pi "BEGINNING OF A NEW WORLD" Tlir ttlfjrtt of lU-an Waller William iTtur- l tli iufmlrr .f In HiM 1jvs next S'untlajr nwunin- mil be Tli Be ginning of a Nrw World. TIu- clas ( nurtft everj Sumlaf 31 9:4 nVIocL in llifjUroailnay Otlfoiu Il Hruiiiwclrtl 1 uilli lli I'mJlrrian'iiiutay StlL Yyti aitJ our frt-mU are cur Jially in viteJ. - , J the Field of Spott Today man came to rcp and slaved lo !m at our Season 's Opening yand Sale v Tomorrow will he the second of the five big days of this special uwnt. Ik-member there i a special in ' every department a special in. the better things. For some of the prices of this ale see last night's paper. j WANTED: Si experienced saleswomen. Will vonsider some who can work only in the afternoon. STACK IS SET FOR TOMORROW'S GAME Tomorrow afternoon the 1920 Tigers s ill tr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 October 1920

smuTTTT tXB vTHTf mrtn,,. Ss-...- "ulMIJaA ' PWlltk . , Triui"2a2S l. '-. Jr JLj ben they should come down? The bat m aibm. .. - -". aum jouMaa. . - ance 01 trade tan only mean one thin;, the piscine of roftre JM in circulation, villi the coneqaent hoist of prices. vnnM fj mlriwht. flirt vtw -'EVENING MISSOURIAN , " burJcn "" " haiy no,,e " - linl tailoring cuss; njr increase prim SUMCurTION RATtS IImiX ja kK i .wZ ' ' " "U -. rqiKi u rint. It M-atff.JUte ... rf CtemUllM. r K?V ""U Ml ssuu,. .. Wru WU UU. Art 1 ,,, ,. . m TEUrilONT. NUMBERS ntn tw u"oi"i'V".V..T".V.V.V'si r "TIT "'' BUS- iowml. THE SLAVIC TBIO ?i .-' Tl,l..j . . y""1 in a ttrioas condition. At Bcsret its government is eonid.iin ihe testa uf ilijtlonucv anj cnntemrtlalinz " toe trim result ,if nt:.nl .tMimpin : fjftotltcr W,l ..... :.l i ,. :. '"n 5un,lj in'' ll,e P'1 of " l " - s. uwt Hltl 1-111174 J irnuii ftt' f'timng of Polin.l depends on lite BETWEEN' FLOWER" SHOWS Betfcfen Fltivter Situ is something like betwee...

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. — 1 October 1920

TIZ,-- " If .'1" YlWllI i - - -il t t .H " THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIANrTRIDAY. OCTOBER l, 1920 PACE FIVE M THE CALENDAR t titflrat mass meetine in herein Auditorium at 7:15 p. m. t iFootMll university iiign vs. oper Military Academy. r i-tclio IMT. . Fnntball Missouri Wesleran lMisnri, Columbia. r 2 First isue 01 Hie ?uowme, a r magazine published by the f the Unhersilv. t jSilvation army campaign . jSKtion Army campaign s in Columbia. &! Circuit Court in session. J The Buone County Sunday H AND SILK BUTTONS Kile the Best Trimmings foi I nun, We mike them for you on lib nremrvs in all Sllrs and Sues bc same day you order. I. WUUMJiM Ladies' Tailor IJIffler Building Phone 834 DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg. For Insurance That Insures SEE SMITH & CATRON REALTY CO. Phone 27 He len M. Riciarcfs VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Two years' teaching in Normal Department of New England Conserva tory, Boston, Mass. Phone 1257 Black 406Hitt That Waste Material. has Money in it ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 October 1920

FvSjSSBpw-w ;ri;fflWKsrwwl , .l,nIM.X.JIl. . i. -1,1. i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1920 I'M 7. c 'M Tickets on sale for "The Unique Wedding" at Allen's Music Store Drug Shop, and Missouri Store SaturdayMorning at' 8 o'clock General Admission, $1.00 Balcony, 50c HI 9k35e&fveiudtwia TROPIC NUT MARGARINE If you hire nol tried tills delicious margarine 5011 have a very satisfac tory experience lo look fpnrard to. Our sales of this product are in creasing daily. The price is the fame today, tomorrow and for etcr 30c SATURDAY SPECIALS ROAST BEEF From quality )oung natne beef 12, 15, 17J, 20, 25c Fancy Shoulder Steak 25c Freh Ground Hamburger (guaranteed absolutely pure and fresh) 20c Fancy Sfilk Fed Veal Rua-ts 20c Beef Tongues . 35c -Young Beef Liter I5c Leg of Lamb ! 35c Lamb Stew 121ic Regular Smoked Hams . 35c Skinned Hams 40c jSwft Premium Skinned Hams , 43c Arrange lo hate a charge account with u and enjoy the aUsfac!ion of gelling the best for jour mone...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 October 1920

" "'! "P 1 TfS .. - - --. -t. - M. THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN ' aj pi EVENING THIRTEENTH YEAR LCOGLIZERWHL LEAD ROOTERS IN CHEERING Un'versity Students Select Yell Leader at First Football Mass Meeting of the Year. AUDITORIUM IS PACKED Speakers Declare Initial Gath ering Indicates Fine Dis play of Spirit for the Season. Warren 0. Cofliicr will lead tlie cheer ing of lli' Tiger rooters ! the University this sclionl year, lie was selected t the first mass .meeting in the University Au ditorium last night. Eager and crowding, the students picked the auditorium to its rapacity. The combine was there, but it was the combine nf the student body as they set up cheer after cheer in iioisy demonstra lion for a successful year on the foot bill field. Tlie University band played and firls In M sweaters passed around tit audience selling Old Cuard buttons. "It means lot said Fred FJdean, stsdrut ti.es in the grandstand and is; the team as demonstrated by such a turnout tonipht. I feel that tlie sp...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 October 1920

nEjt3SIl sy?s"H a aE8?ijgrTJTi-At'B"--iM.-rfriTirtriw,iaatti. '-flf-,,!.v?Hspc;v ' 5"8g!W) r 0:5k?5ff .-wgjfc r " tACE,TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1920 $HE SOYBEAN . FINDS FAVOR IN MISSOURI s r fePlant .Produces Seed and Hay and Stubble Makes Good Seedbed for Wheat. MAY DISPLACE" COWPEAS .fLom.' Growers Accrwifltiull . Plo .. TT- r Vr7 . 31 --AUI13 m nave aeeu iesi- , ed Before Being .Sold. ', The white Llooin of ilir nnpri is los ing fvor in Missouri, at Irani in the eyes ol the fanner. It is the wiybean ""' is uispiacing the despised plant. In the last three years the field crops department of llie Agricultural Experi ment Station has fnnn.l llitt uttlini nt Columbia, Maryville. Kirksville. War- rertsmirg, Cuba, Kennett and Spring field have yielded an average of 1&8 bushels of teed and 1 tons of hay to the acre, while eowpcas have pieldcd but 1Z3 bushels of seed and 12 tons of y. A fairly dean soybean stubble make an. excellent seed bed for wheat...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 October 1920

! ' ira MJMMtJllJJDTCTril . Jul W1L . J JLlEi AffilBOL J.. 1 T?.irr T . JJIissKsrSir1 - aw . - - I. f ; ' aH Hi '."j'rVM S.-jovn -- bvyp" V &- '''-- ' -' ' ' -,' ; n theV lurgr- plan'. rj-i; I ON SMALL WOMEN t 4- - , . , . 'fKjt 17-CENTRATE" )N MILK MAY LAST A WHILE me roniessions ot an opium-eater have been written, the confessions of fat men, murderers, and vrivw, but Iien liave the woes of small omra been in- Bided upon the world? To ihov: who think a vmall vtoman docs not liae a hoit of noca peculiar to herself one can only say tlut they do not know and ask tliem to reconsider after they hate read the account' of grievances tlut -vs ill follow. "Alien j small woman taken eri- ouly? If the lias the wisdom ot Solo mon, the Vvritllfl t( Prisma it... n.iti:t:v Manager of White Eagle Dairy 'cf Brutus, and the patience of Job she Co. Says Columbia Used Fall Rains, Cheap Corn and .ftDundancc ol 1'asturagc Are Given as Reasons For Prediction. LMARKET IS FLUSH NOW THE COLUMBIA EVENIN...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 October 1920

' ' -mi - . .. MjiiMBTTiBIHlMr MOiMl rsp'srf awrs-StiV"- v ' ' ACEWjr ' "THE-COLUMBIA .EVENING MISSOURIAN NUalat ... M- i t "-,;,' rrat ea't sad7 fer S CI l&nui. JUf.. .. . .. ' SUlSCRimo IIATtS -T . tmir wk ,. iljt i. IT. T-, wTT: .". " Tt. UiSi ( drr. ! . com. ijs7 " ss7 Yr, SIS: 3 .fllu. -" cctm. r.T.WW I. itoKe. mv A.J1 Buoa blml cf Qrcsblfoa. II Mr.ik.l-.l-u .n .... . "f ' U SwIm HO. Art .1 Octokr J. Ml J. pnlr as. lu. ' ijuraosr Nrairu niA "&cwl'V.7.V...V.V.'.'JlV'sJ. Ca ruW 1. ik. I,.. ,le. .a n- A. 5 -? n v- HELP PKETEAT FIRES Think before lighting a match. Mil lions of dollar are wasted eadi jear in "firry Millions are spent in covering fire losses by the Insurance companies, lia na labor goes to -Haste as fire destroys -buildings and valuable materials are de stroyed by flames that usually 'arise from carelessness Think before lighting a match and e human lives The match thrown thoughtlessly in a rubbish pile may burn a factory and kill hundreds, or it may destroy ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 October 1920

-I'.MVJ.V THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAN. SATURDAY, OCTODER 2. 1920 PAGE nVE w in r " WTW l'sLy .. In ,r' "" ' "T fl ' - . ff , "'""- ' f fH' THE CALENDAR . 2Foothall Missouri Wesleyan i Missouri. at Columbia. I (jabber 2 First issue of ihe Showme. a BWimj magi"c puuihmm-u oy uie .nidrtii of the University. lOEtdrr 3 Salvation army campaign brpra. lOrtsh" " rairation Army campaign tuiti ia Lalumrua. October 46 Circuit Court in session. I October 6 The Boone County Sunday fofcoo! convention meets at the rresoy. tfriaa Church. I October 9 Epworlh League Social. (Vtober 9 Football Columbia High v. Jefferson Uly High. CLOTH and silk buttons Mile the Best Trimmings for Presses. We make tlirm for you on lie premises in all Styles and Sizes the same day yoj order. I. WOLFSON Ladies" Tailor , Jfjlrr Building Ihone C3i DR. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg. For Insurance That Insures SEE SMITH & CATRON REALTY CO. Phone 27 Helen M. Richards VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Two years teaching...

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