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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 May 1921

- B I fcft tli L3 lullf rJ i I PACE SIX SEED TESTERS BUSY AT WORK IN LABORATORY Goveniment Establishment Slate University Exam incs Specimens on Request Every Journalist at IS A SERVICE BUREAU Trays Containing All Types of seeds Kept on Display for Benefit of All Comers Oirr in the Agricultural Uuilding on the second floor ncit lo the library 2 Vtn Sectl Testinc Ijuoralorj is su pendrd over a donr To the students of ill University oilier than those in the Cr llcge of Agriculture and to the tovrn reojrfe the feed testing laboratory rnnans little Tlie hWatorv is under the direction of the Unites States ftnernment and tlie vomrn hIio work there are fiil senice emplojc They hae university degrees awl haie piMni cnil emce examina lions in botam mathematics and other ljeel pertaining to the work At one time there were five persons employed in this hWatory although only the lo now lelt ere permanent in the nork Tlie pernirj nt maintains several of tiee testing laboratories in connection vi...

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. — 24 May 1921

THE COLUMBIA rJL - HIRTEENTH YEAR AYS TRIBUTE TO GRADUATE fOF UNIVERSITY fan Williams Opens Second Day of Journalism Week W ilh Praise of the Late Miss Sadie Wise 9IT0RIALS DISCUSSED king Brant of St Louis Star Describes Experiences Willi Writing Other Speakers Follow ie second day of the twelfth annual rnahsra Seek was opened at 9 oclock morning in Ja 11 Neff Kail br an Taller Williams of the Sclioo of rpalism kBrfere introducing our speakers for 5e morning said Dean William I vjh to take this first opportunity ol Journalism Week to pay a sincere and kMrtffli tribute to MU Sadie Wise the rst of three hundred graduate of the L a - trr I ilttl V Urt Josenh Chasnoff who lost hi life in a fire Miss Wise died in Denver list Thursday after a four months ill new of tuberculosis Her industry and fJrmbtl work as a student has been re pealed in all her undertaking since her departure from Columbia She has had the courage and high spirit throughout alfjier work which should be character itie ...

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. — 24 May 1921

y I- I r i - fit s - PACE TWO HIMDREDSNOW GETEDUCITION THRbUGHMAIL Enrollment in University Cor respondence Course In creases From 30 to 600 Since 1913 500 ARE GETTING CREDIT Two Thirds of States Represent t ed Several Jiew Agri cultural Courses - Offered The two cut postage stamp is doing its full share to popularize education in Missouri according to Prof C II Wil liam director of the llniversity of Jtis KniiExlcnsion Division Tn nomine h IJitivrrsitv front door bv meansof correspondence coarse en- ablingj farmer printer mechanic or cook to to to college bf mail decided educa tional advantages vere afforded ur UiDim lit esenuea are taking work for University credits Professor Williams explained The other 100 ire pursuing high school courses The majority of the students have at orte tfme been in attendance at the University and while teaching or engaging in Other remunerative work they seek ta capital ire spare time by taking correspondence work About 400 of the students are women ...

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. — 24 May 1921

r II H i i jiiuuwi iiiiiiiii i mrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmemmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmm v b rK COLmiBIA EVENING MrgSOURIANTUgDAY MAY 241921 page ThJJ News of Columbia Society Mitt Queen Smith and Mitt Elizabeth Jtgee society editors mil appreciate it if you km telephone society Items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The marriage of Qalain Costolo Hen- son and H Pierce Niedermeyer tool place at noon Saturday at the home of the bride in Poplar Bluff An informal reception was held before the ceremony- Dr and Mrs C B Coleman greeted tlic guests as they arrived and those in tie receiving line were Air and Mrs James Henson F W Nirdermevcr -Miss Mary Susan Estes and Mrs Horace Mc Kim The house was decorated with trilling jvy honeysuckle and daisies The nuptials were begun when AGss Mary Susan Estes jang 1 Love You Truly and I Bring You Heartsease She wore a dainty frock of1 pink organ die Miss Lydia Berryman was the ac companist ffit Miss Estes number Miss Berryman...

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. — 24 May 1921

v SI ITAGE FOUR ndTafrieud of humanity r - SA i ITHE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN til 1 I c - A UUU9UTC CUT CICUU1K CAIUh kJIW E day by e Mlssourian Publishing A- jaociationlnc Jay 11- fieU Hall Lot umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Majiacih SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in adrtnre Year H00 6 Jjwnths 200 3 months 100 ajpythc week 10 cents single copies EBIaU in Boone County Year 300 7onihs150 4 months 100 Outiidojithe county Year L50 S lmQntbsl25 month 43 tents Pay- til In attisnrw Member Audit Bureau of Gradations fc Entered as second class mail matter tf TELEPHONE LUMBERS es - a idiertMng and Circulation 55 ur Mr - Mmsnimr KniToit T VTL V V L L l IW WA llCn C IW Ufllfc UCI IMC UJStUi llWfTjf -- L I I I I gOI AUS3QOII jor IUC U91 VIIC UUJIuini avsw w s KM cars and consider the various improve iL j i - J Ting that time we Tealire that a great -Trait of this progress hasjwen brought abourby the Unswerving loyally to the rood of the public and the untiring work kjof theIitorsof the Missouri...

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. — 24 May 1921

1 f i Il I 3 PJione 55 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE FOR SALE One of ihe best fully modem brick homes In Westmount with 8 room anil sleeping porch hardwood floors hot water beat PaVed street Lot Wx20O feet garage Price 8500 Alw fully modern 6 room house close in on good street Party leaving town Price 300 Carey 1 Frasfer Phone 519 or 5W whrte 229 FOR SALE One of the best buys on the South side a fully taodern 8 room house fine locjtioi 2 blocks from I Diversity Good para large shady lot Good terms may be had on this house if taken this week For price and terms see us at once T E Wisdom Exchange Bank -229 FOR SALE A real bargain in a 6 room fully modem house one block loin t nireruly For this week I am in a position to make a very attractive proposition to someone Hinting a nice lt lu tn Prij itnil trrmi nn Puce 3250 Phone 272 Weathers Whitesldes FOR SLE Nice 8 room bouse on South Garth Small payment will hold this place Weathers i Whitesides Phone 272 225 FOR SALE Boys bicycle in good con...

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. — 24 May 1921

tfi iA M i i ut U if- Tf fcACE SIX 1 WRITERS GUILD NOTES 1 J BrccVcnridge Ellis of PJatuburg fanner president of the Miswuri Writ rrs Guild mi the first to register as in attendant of Journalism Week lie has been a regular attendant of Journal hm Week since the Missouri Writers Guild first began giving their jearljr pro grams here At present he has a book about tall finished It deals with small town Missouri life taking a different viewpoint howeier than that of Sin clair IiPnis in his book Main Street Jllr Ellis believes that Main Street misses one of the largest factors of in fluence in small town life namely that of the churches t Mrs Lee Rosebrough former student in the School of Journalism and member uf the Missouri Writers Guild has come all the 3Y from Memphis Tenn to 1 be present at the programs here this week Slie is feature writer for the -News Scimitar of that city Mr and Mrs R E Moonejr St Louis are a literary family as they both rrite Mr Moonejr specialites in automobil...

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. — 25 May 1921

3 -4 j te K superficiality or unfairness Our news papers are affected more now by foreign influences as is shown by the special news services here formed to analyze foreign news from the American aland point according to Mr Glass Too much news about professional baseball which is really free advertising of a big business fills the papers Mr Glass said Great corporations have dispensed with great personalities In reviewing the situation Mr Glass said that there was generally a healthy outlook in the newspaper dominion Progress since the time of Greeley and Dana has been made and although news papers do not mold opinion today ihey crystallize It they encourage people to do their own thinking they are less vituperative1 and while the editorial in fluence has lessened the general Influ ence is greater ROMANCE IN THE INTERIOR The human element the element of romance is alwavs present In the inter- M tfrrv ffflnen literary tor of the Chicago Daily News who made the closing address last ni...

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. — 25 May 1921

IV b r i t I TFYWrf3flP9Wt Ksw PAC TWO n nr CLUBLUNCHEON TICKETS GOING None Will Be Available for Columbians After 10 To morrow Morning JTIckrl for the lunchcm to be ghrn i 1 oclock tomorrow in honor of the out oftown visitors here for Journalism TVeck will not be sold after 10 oclock tomorrow morning This announcement was made today by Foster Thurston chairman of the entertainment committee of the Commercial Dub Fewer than lwtptr Je of the 100 tickets being old to townspeople are left Mr Thartton hkL ft has Io been decided Mr Thurf ton said today to hold the luncheon in the main dining room of the Daniel Roone Tarem instead of in the ballroom The Jneal will be tcircd promptly at 1 oclock and the program of entertain ment for the affair will begin at 120 hen Chritian College girl will open their musical program Half an hour later the Stephens College girls will of fer entertainment of a similar kind and the address of Richard V OuUhan head of the Washington bureau of the New York Ti...

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. — 25 May 1921

of Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Agee society edilorsfuill appreciate it i you tali telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mrs Inez Clark and Mrs Orville 5 Barnett entertained with a bridge tea thit afternoon at the Sigma Nu haute Those invited to the bridge were Mrs J C Jones Mrs Patterson Bain Jr Miss Pearle Mitchell Mrs Minnie Ticb enor Mrs John N Belcher Mrs Mason Belcher Mrs Paul Kellogg Mrs R E Lucas Miss Harriet Palmer Miss Eliza beth Rejd Mrs 0 W Newman Miss Catherine Ware Mrs J R Thomas Mrs Ora Hardin Scott Mrs W T Stephen son Mrs John Sykes Mrs Anna John son Mrs James Cordon Mrs II I Bragg Mrs A G Spencer Mrs B A Speer Mrs I 0 Hockaday Mrs Charles Digces Mrs F II Hubrecht Mrs J E Thornton Mrs Jane Hurty Mrs S T Pterson Miss Eva Johnston Mrs Margaret Chamberlain Mrs Turner Clinkscales Mrs Russel Qinkscales Mrs R II Gray Mrs Z G Clevenger Mrs Lloyd Jones Mrs John D Law son Mrs Frederick Dunlap Mrs Hor ace Smith Mrs S C Hunt Mrs C...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 May 1921

t i ACfrFOUR r THE -COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN PuhHsfced amy evening except Son day by theMissourian Publishing As- aoeiatlon Ine Jay 1L Neff Hall Col utrjia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxak SUBSCRIPTION RATES Git Cash in advance Year 100 6 tenths 200 j month 100 fly the werk 10 cents tingle copies i cent Br Mail In Boone County Yeaj 300 i mouths 150 4 month 1X Outside thff county Year JSO 3 months 125 month 45 centit Pay ible in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered second claM mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Sew 27 Advertising and Crculatlcn 55 WELCOME ADVERTISERS Since 1548 when the first commercial kOvertisement appeared in a London sheet headed Important Intelligence advertising has grown until today it has attained a magnitude and importance J which sways the world Institutions of all kinds commercial governmental re J hgious now turn to advertising to by their cause before the world It itself is tecognized as an important institution an honorable profession This we...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 May 1921

A l tfS Phone 55 FOR SALE 5 room house with hall bath and pantry modern eacept heat 11 2 block from grade and high school 3 blocks from Christian College Posses sion June 1 See C B Reid 505 Llpn St Between o and J o clock R 230 FOR SALE Household goods includ ing shades bedding and dishes 214 St Joseph Sc Phone 1323 S228 FOR SALE One of the best fully modern brick homes in Westmounl with 8 rooms and sleeping porch hardwood floors hot water heat Paved street Lot 90x200 feet garage Price JS500 Also fully modern 6 room house close in on good street Party leaving town Price KkSOO Carey Frasier Phone 519 or 590 white 229 FOR SALE One of the best -buys on the iuth side fi fully modern 8- room bouse fine local mi 2 blocks from University Ciood garage large shady lot Good terms may be had on this house if taken this week For price and terms see us at once T E Wisdom Exchange Bank Bldg 229 FOR SALE A real bargain in a 6 room fully modern house one block from Unhersity For this week I am in a...

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 May 1921

- PAGE SIX ter v P js ii v t K fe E- m tr RURAL PAPERS WOMANS FIELD Continued from page one gestiuns The column should express the policy of the paper and should not make fun of people misfortunes Incidents and actual happenings offer an oppor tunity for good things for the column Every paragraph should lure a worthy purpose behind it or it is worthless Above all a person should be honest in his work and should not worry con cluded Mr Stonebrakcr MSKCS SUCCtSSFUL COLUMN In 1914 I received a bulletin from the Sclwol of Journalism which set me thinking about the editorial page and tliat is why I hare worked in trying to make my column successful said E J Melton of Uoonville In filling a column an editor can Lrouse through local news and find things which will prove valuable Also he can discover material in exchanges and in studjing people I find that a column has a wider ap peal than anything else said Melton It helps to put more lightning and less thunder on the editorial page The qu...

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. — 26 May 1921

Ifc fcTAN PACIFlC JOURNALISM IS DISCUSSED f X H Ford of Honolulu Tells of Big Advance in News paper Work of Ha waiian Organs MEXICO MAN PRESIDES Editor of Ledger as Head of Missouri Press Associa tion in Charge of Program The program in Jay II Neff Hill w opened this morning by Mitchell White president of the Missouri Press Associa tion and editor of the Ledger Mexico who was chairman of the session Tan Pacific Journalism was the sub jret which Alexander Hume Fori sec rrtary of the Pan Pacific Union Honolu lu discussed Mr Ford went to Hono lulu from Boston He Is newspaper nun and magazine writer Jcfore the natives of Hawaii had newspapers of their own they were chief r interested in manufacturing the cloth from which their garments are made according to Mr Ford As soon as the wins ma BBBBBBK I1 aaaa I AM i H ft i A 1 4 j i I Tt1 For white men came with their newspapers the natives demanded to be taught to read and write Since they hare only thirteen characters In their alphabet Mr F...

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. — 26 May 1921

m It i H p r pr PACE TWO TERROR REIGNS MBLOODY19TH Death Patrols Sirects of gos Bomb Ward in Little Italy BULLETIN J VmiuJ Trtm imcaco wajr a J lie feudists in the Bloodj 19th out ind picLed mother victim today Michael Laccari lieutenant ol tlie late Anthony D Andrea political rfnettain Vho was assassinated recently wa rid died with bullets in his saloon He Tnoved from the 19th following the as sassination of DAndrea but that failed to save his Me 9r flmtlij Wm CntCAco May 26 Little Italy Chi cfo bloody nineteenth ward was sit ting on top of a volcano today None of the thousands of residents In the feud torn section of the city are BUJC Ul mill 111TO UIAIU MJ WlilWi or fusilade of sbpls fired from amluil may be dealt out at any time witnuti warning The turbulent history of the nineteenth ward started when Toney D Andrea who had studied for the priesthood in Italy gate up his career and immigrated to Chicago The debonair and scholarly DAndr a went into the -ward and strove for politi...

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. — 26 May 1921

t T Sw3BBWBBBBBBHIBHflBWHI sygggy Y4 -v jVfews 0 Columbia Society iMits Quetn Smith and Miss Elizabeth Aft society editors trill appreciate it if you udl telephone society items betueen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The eiodui of vicationistt has begun and several who are fortunate enough to have motors are leaving for cooler placet where they will rpend the hot aummer month Prof and Mrs H L Ketnpster and their children Eliubeth John and phen SOI College avenue left this morn ing in their car for CoHwtter MicIl Where they will spend the summer Miss Ella Wyatt and Dr R R Wyatt will leave Sunday in their car for Tort Smith Ark Mr and Mrs Claud Houri gan will accompany them They will go by the way of Kansas City From there they will go to Sulphur Springs Ark where they will spend a week at the Wyatt summer home Mr and Mrs llourigan will visit them in Fort Smith for several days before returning home Prof and Mrs A II K Fairchild and aon Ralph 708 Maryland place are ex pecting to leave ...

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. — 26 May 1921

BV ls b t t JrFow dfHB COIMBIA EVENIN6ilocaUnKdifarBInne1adSa MISSOURIAN iPLlUhed every evening except San Jt by the MissourUn PjiblitMnz As- fSelation Inc fay 1L NeTKaD Iwrjit Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiucat SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash in advance Year HOO 6 t ionths 2X0 3 months ilJOO Uy the week 10 cents single copies i ccnU Br Mail In Boone County Year 300 months JL50 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 43 cent Pay jbte in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered - as second clan mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Vews 224 Advertising and Circulation 55 S1 PREMIER BRIANDS FOES a Americans who want to see the right thing done in Silesia even those who militantly support Polish claims to the mining district of the disputed territory are disappointed in tbe attitude of those French deputies who oppose Premier Briands present course Occupation of the Ruhr basin might have been justi fied as a measure for preventing German intervention- in Upper Silesia ...

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. — 26 May 1921

I - ftene55 CLASSIFIED ADS m Half a Cent a Word a Day FOK SALE K FOR SALE 5 roora Iiouse with hall ILia and pantry modern except heat fl W blocks from grade anil high school blocks from Uinsian College m June I see C U Held 505 Lyon between 6 and 7 o clock R 230 FOR SALE Household goods includ ing dudes bedding and dishes 214 St Jcph St Phone 1323 S4J28 FOR SALE -One of the best fully fodern brick homes in Westmount with rooms and sleeping porch hardwood Joors hot water heat Pared street Ltf 90i200 feet garage Price o500 Abo fully modern 6 room house close fa on pxd street Party leaving town frice 1800 Carey Frasier Phone 51 er 590 wliilc 22V FOR SILE One of the Lest buys fjn the South side a folly modern 8 room houe fine locitiod 2 blocks from Itavrrat Good garage large slisdj tot Good terms may be had on this louse if taken this week For price and r terms see us at once T E Wisdom i Eicbanee Bank BIdg 229 FOR SXLE A real bargain In a 6- fully modern house one block fren llnnersitv...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 May 1921

M G 0 shorn cnt men from outide 6f the or ganization Tins is the first time the association has met at Columbia the date nf meams being changed from Juno to May in order to be held here during Journalism Week The former meetings have lieen held at Illinois Kentucky Wicoiin Kansas Cornell Tennessee UIio ami AIaachntctts The organiza tion now has oer ixty members Their duties conit of gathering information She soughtvread and received a stone Helena Alving seeks re fuge tilth her pastor He tells I her to ralurn to her husband SEE GHOSTS1 With a true sense of dramatic values Ihcn btarls at the cm cial moment in the life of a wom an Come and see wliit iiin pened Jtecause of adhering to artihciai conventions PRESENTED BY Devereux Dramatic Company Auspices DramaticArts Club IN THE University Auditorium Saturday May 28 01 - t Tickets on Sale At V Allens and tlie Missouri Store Reserved Scats 150 and 1 General Admission 50c extracts of speeches and writing up in formational material for pap...

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 May 1921

I THIRTEENTH YEAR JRVOULAHAN IFHELLSOFLIFE Vt tt i OTTTAT vriMVT jl WAomiiiui respondent Describes His Associations With noose- veil Hay and Other Statesmen If l blanchard speaks Says Press Is Making World t Better impnasizes ln f portance of News Columns aft The origin of the term Rough Rider ffi Roosevelt famous mounted riflemen Vu toU among many other interesting MCtdotes by Richard Y Ouiahan pTidunpon correspondent of the New rijwk Times at the Journalism Week Larocram last night Ii Before the ocial announcement jbcxvell confided to me that be was to nue a regiment of volunteer cavalry Hiipiilaluig that I vaa to publish nothing EJie taid casually that he intended to or Bawue a repment of rough riders That ns a slip but upon my journalistic sssd the allileralire allurement of JEsosevelts Rough Riders took deep L and rut im ginalion pictured it in it leadlines When the ban of secrecy removed I fonnd it somewhat oh t speak of Roosevelts Rough Rid- m when a man named Leonard Wood st...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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