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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 May 1921

r Es l V- i nt - PACEaX BANQUET ENDS THE JOURNALISTS MEETING Continued from page one spirit of the profession vthicb demanded the -almost loyalty from each of its men in the ranks and in the highest positions The higher ideals now part of a journa list essentially are being installed into the coming generation by schools of journalism he said in commenting on the work of snch institutions In closing Mr Oulahan cipresed the hope that he could again be present at a Journalism Week program and said that he would go back to Washington a new and bet ter man following a musical program after this speech Dean Williams closed the Twelfth Annual Journalism Week with a summarizing address of the five days program The banquet was adjourned with the singing of the first verse of Old Miouri A number of visijors left on a special train over the Wabash at 1130 oclock last night CAPTURED A BOND JUMPER Wilson Hall Tells of Incident in Ar kansas in 1915 I dont know where youre from but I know that yo...

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 May 1921

nilRTEEiNTH YEAR GE MASS JPTMGWKJJ J TJT7 TOMORROW I JJli JL V IJLm JLUL V If I V Stephens Points Out Benefits to Be Derived From Spanning the River THREE REASONS GIVEN Future Looks origin tor U f lumbia as the Great City of Central Missouri Tiat mi person interested in the fu UK development of Columbia will at laid ie bum meeting to be held in the tMrtRue at 730 tomorrow evening Va die opinion expressed today by the tmlxn of the bridge committee of tbe cn Old Trails Road Association ol ch E W Stephens i chairman No iject that means more to the future of city has ever been presented to tne ile of the community the members U tbe committee pointed out V Preparations for the mass meeting in ile courthouse tomorrow evening were n plrted at a meeting of the bridge lamuttee held in the offices of the Com- fiercial Club ibis morning Members of jie committee were optimistic over the rtrospect of an enthijiastic meeting Kunorrow evening but every possiblejef fht will be made to see that the ...

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 May 1921

8k Sv n t il ia J PAGE TtfD SHORTSXOpY WRITER MUST BEIEAMEST Mrs Louie Piatt Hauck Sa That Jt Takes More Than a Month to Became Known IS A MISSOURI AUTHOR First Narrative Sold Six Yean Agc Is to Confine Her Efforts to Tales of Stale It takes more than jnjonth o even a ear for the mct auccetuJul writer to be WmeJ known nationally yes fever years for tome of -oar best short story writers who Ixli ar asked to con tribute articles to the largest magazines in this rountry Not until six years ago did Mrs Louise Piatt Hauck of St Joseph attempt to wll any of her work although slie had always been trying to write and was working toward it prior to that time Her first stoYy The Gingham Sliop was published in The ladies Home Journal Since then Mrs Hauck has sold between 200 and 300 short stories Her hrt book was published in collaboration with Miss Ada C Darby but her other two books Missouri Yesterdays and Mystery of Tumult Roclt Ijpify the vivacity orig inality and easiness of writing parti...

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. — 30 May 1921

i fo Vj i lee PhS tnera frum red reuj FO and I housa Phone pAcrrotjR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUMAN - Published every evening except Set dr by the MUsesrisn PahSAine A- tocittlon Inc Jay H Neil JUH CeJ uirdU Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON laWe SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Yew JUBO 6 jCAnths 2j00 S months liS0 By lie hetk 10 ceats single espies i rents By Mail la 8o4e CoSnytfeif U80 4 Booth tlj6 4 oi19 Outside the cosily Year fiSO 3 oonths 125 j Bonthv 45 cent in advance Member Audit Bureau otGrcu3toni Entered t second das mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS few Advertising and Circulation PROGRESS AND THE BRIDGE Columbia is landing at the Cross roads A mm meeting tomorrow night is to discuss the selling of Columbias share if stock in the iBoonville bridge Boon ville has already raised 330000 tpward trie bridge If- Columbia e backs the proposition heartily its success is prac tically assured Everyone -interested -in a more pros perous city is of necessity interested in this meeting The bridge offers ...

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 May 1921

t t m M i m JVfetos of Columbia Society IMUt Queen Smith and Mui Elilahcth fj Jgee society editors trill appreciate it if you uill telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mis Caroline Jesse daughter of Jlrs R H Jesse 810 lUcrest trenue will be mmied l her home at 12 oclock Fri dajr to John Charles Blakenagel of Franklin Ind Miss Mary Jesse a sister of the bride will be the maid of honor and Miss Adeline Jese also a sister of lhe bride will be the bridesmaid Mrs Ceorce Heme of Poplar Blufl will he and Pollyanna Hernef will be the flower girl Patterson Bain Or will act as best man Immediately after the ceremony the couple will leave Jot New York They will sail from there shortly and will spend their honeymoon In Europe The guests who will come for the wedding will be Mrs William H Jesse of St Michaels Md and Mrs Horton Backlen of St Louis The out-of-town guests at Christian College this week are Mr and Mrs W L Belt Eufanla Okla Mr and Mrs A R Stansifer Litchfield...

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 May 1921

Pbose65 JeVSLHLlisssssssssflaHHBsassssasssssssflissssHass r csxrv fc y jiriiBZTmmmmuM - - mm coLuMpmEVEixmk missuumA - tcB v jACTmvEiS jgra CLASSIEilElft AVS KaX aCMtA Wert a Dy FORSALK FOR SALE Good 5 roora bouse with Tans sleeping porch real close lo Uni wtitv paved street largt lot garage tUOO J50Q down and balance Auuhlv Cater D Frasier Phone 519 or 590 vrhite 233 FOR SALE Cood 9 room fully modern Jiouse full size concrete basement gar age lot 90x180 two blocks south of Broadway close to University Quick ale IMOO Carey Frasier Phowf 519 or 590 while 233 FOR SALEi One roll top office- desk and one office chair Mrs J E Wright 412 9lh St Phone 688 black C 228tT FOR SALE 5 room house with balL balh add pantry modern except beat 1 1 2 blocks from grade and high iebool 3 blocks from Christian College Posses sion June 1 See C ft Retd SOS tyon St between 6 and 7 oclock R 230 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE 1918 model Bulftc First cUS condition F H Hoberecbt Call 96 205tf CHICKENS TOR SAL ...

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 May 1921

IgACEHX llsziiz TODAYS BASEBALL sc tun lilt Aitmom Leaccx IMr J irst Eiuc - - I Natioxu Lucre RUE ITirst came Philadelphia 001000 000 1 7 2 aSew York 101 100 200 5 6 1 t iiii m i m p jjaucrira uuuucu iuu nuw xoncy jsl na mun Second game iPrhiladelphia 000131200 7 11 5 tmm new xora itm juo ixu la i a Si 3 Ihtifrifs Smith and Druggy Dong Jlsss and Smith Pint came f Bu Loui W8 000 041 9 1 1 Cincinnati 100 021000 411 2 Batteries Doak and Demons Napier -and YVingo HLy v Second pame iL St LouU 130 030 000 7 12 1 3n 122OO00 000 4 7 1 tff anrt Uanr Pertica and Clemens Mar HuaM few rf tfirst Came -Brooklyn 111000 000 3 10 4 i rioston 410 003 010 9 H 2 Batteries Mamman and Kreugcr Scott and Uibson iv4econd Came V Brooklyn 020 000 0100000101 5 13 1 Boston 300 000 0000000102 6 16 1 i First pame ChTcago 000 000 000 0 5 0 P ilitisbiirEh 433 110 010 13 22 1 v SBatterirs York and OTarrell Simm M 5J Second game Chicago 300 000000 3 11 2 ii Oiitsburgh 000 301020 6 11 0 - Batteries Tyler and Daly Adam...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 May 1921

tpGE CROWD IgENJOYS PICNIC gAi naiupDuruj UJfiboul 250 Columbia Business illy IWinl Snpnrl Aflpmonn With People of That Community ENTERTAINMENT Concert by Bands Is Followed glty Old Fashioned Country Dinner Uther towns Represented i The merchants of Columbia afforded 1 -I of tlie entertainment at Eirtsburg erferday when Arthur Ber Jir i student In the University of Mi tr mp a iDecut dance far those who iiltodcJ the picnic pven by the fodern Tsodraen we wurio nvt mtmucn fi the Quadrangle Orchestra who accom J flu Pnlumbisn L alio entertained tit crowd villi a number of popular ma Zed selections When the University iTLiuf iiv4 Mimnrt and other KeB known musical numbers one couple J bom Hamburg could not resul tne tnu 5 I ntrl tl iin floor alone In rjn ihm ltf trims nf llartoburr I Approximately two hundred and fifty jlsMOfM men ot Columbia lelt mtirmaan to attend the nirnlc me forty automobiles which left Colum flu were not witacienl to carry me crcwa m t tK lct minnie a nnmBer of lu ...

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. — 31 May 1921

rv k v H 7PAGE TWO V 5 REQUISITES OF WRITER GWEN BYRP GLASS Newspaper Authority Tells - Woodrow Wilsons Formu la for Success as Debdter KNOW ENGLISH HE SAYS Former President Master of f Language Construction Always Chose Sim ple Words Learn the English language if jou rould be a successful man or voman in any line but particularly in the pro fession of journalism said Franklin P Glass former president of the American Newspaper Publishers Association and ednpr of the Birmingham Abu News Mr Class was one of the newspaper men attending the twelfth annual Journalism Week at Columbia last week echool the rudiments of the language which wete taught there 1 found myself already familiar with It vat a habit of my fathers to talk with me as we took a walk at least once a week oftentimes on Sunday afternoons and every time I made an error in enunciation or gram mar he would correct me telling me why it was wrong and wherein to correct it Tlds was not only true on these walks of course My fath...

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. — 31 May 1921

fro f ywMvmi iV f News of Columbia Society Afus Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Attt society editors trill appreciate if if you tcill telephone societf items bettceen 9 end 12 o clock Telephone 274 The members of the Christian College Qub entertained with their annual luncheon at 1 oclock today at the Dan Jel Boone Tavern President Edgar Lee u the toastmaster and the speaker was Judge Allison Collier Toasts were re sponded to by the following Mr Lewis Knudson Mr J H Priugle Mrs Ora Hardin Scott Miss Frances Mitchell and Miss Lucille Minges Cbryopsis and rag ged robins jn a wicker basket formed the centerpiece lor the table carrying out the College colors of blue- and yellow An out of town wedding that will be of interest to many Columbians was that of Jack Strockton Rothwell to Miss Marie Atkins which took place Saturday even ing at the Sl Johns Methodist Church in St Louis Mr Kothwelt is tne son of Mr and Mrs Fountain Rothwell who formerly lived in Columbia The couple will mike thei...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 May 1921

Si tm im - i wwwKSSSSsSiHBSSS ftQE COLUMBIA EVENING MfSSOURIAN Published every evening eeept Sun Br by the Alissonrian Publishing As sociation Jlne Jij IL Keif Hall UB dia Missouri i ALFONSO JOHNSON Mahacis SUBSdllBTiaN RATES p Gty Cash-in-advance Year J4 00 6 BontiiijiBu j montiM iw fcy the week 10 cents single copies L cents -By Mail in Boone County Year 300 TJnontbs JI JOJ 4ciontM 100 - i Outside the county Year 4J0 3 jnonlhs 123 month 43 cents Pay able in advance lMember Audit Bureau of Circulations T i Entered as second class mail matter jft TELEPHONE NUMBERS ewt 274 Tdvertising and Grcufaticn 55 - - fcT what 1UH wombn waxmt - Toshow their interest in the question k 5 -V disannameaVthe women of -the country have organised a Womens Cera y rrutfee for Work Djsarmameliu wjiS licadquatters in Watiiugtim D1 C Ttis corganiralion haschairmcn inraost of the states with a central committee- direct- K it ark from the capital iTlie purpose of the orginiiation is1o C urge the President of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 May 1921

f fkone 55 FOR SALE rfiR SALE Good 5 room bouse with ufat sleeping porch real close to iKniir P lree r 1OT parage don ana balance mom my and Frasier Phone 519 or 590- UiK -- FOR SALE Good 9 mom fully modern those ue concrete basement gar F f lot 90x180 two block tooth of failwav dote to Unirersity Quick I paa r v Ol awe Puu arey a xrasicx i uuiic r59 er 590 whiie 233 JOR SALE One roll top office desk Itsd one office chair Mrs J E Wright i 41 S 9th Su Phone 688 black C 228if REAL ESTATE FOR SALB FOR SALE 11 room bouse close itu 1 k rnA TTI l ft WTL J FbqieZ72 232 i FOR SALE t room fioue vith bath - I t kj J50G down and 25 a month I it1 Whiteside Iliorc 272 r it- i -232 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE 1918 model Buick First- class condition F 1L Hoberecht Call 96 il CHICKENS FOR SALE FOR SALE Choice milk fed broilers m 1 I 2 to 2 pounds SO cents a pound de- utered L Backus phone 541 23UtI TOR RENT i FOR RENT -Cool comfortable room u resident district vacant June 1 Phone U06 whue H 236 L...

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. — 31 May 1921

5k f W mm wpf r iSpv ace six r H ifc WJ t 7- TX MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE J II Kuit of Bloominjton lib is visiting David Klats Mitt Jrma Swindle returned to her home in Fiirvievr yetterdtjr morning Mrs A W LuVo went to Qarluville yesterday lo mfu Mr Virtil Ewent went to Hallsville yrttrrdir morning Don Carter of Sturgeon returned libme vcstrrdav mornini Mn Carey 0 Crewt and Mrs B H Tatlnr spent Tetterdar in Mexico J C Elliff went to St Louis yesterday - morning on business J L Stephens of St Louis spent the wek eml with hit family in Columbia John K Bryant and hit daughter Mary May returned yetterday to their home in Chicago after a short visit with F 5 V O Dison went to Centralia yes terday afternoon to meet his mother Mrs IXnsdale of S10 South Fifth street Mis Katherine Quinn left yetterday afternoon for St Louis where the will iiil lier brother Dr A T Quinn - Mr and Mrs I B Sparlct went to St Lnuit joleniay afternoon after spending tlm week end with Mrs M C Quinn jMis Mary Smythe retur...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 June 1921

I aiPtBBIBlBxBBMBxMBi sjyySWPBsEP THE COLUMBIA EVENING I li THIRTEENTH YEAR KAFMDTEB ON STAND IN I MURDER CASE 5te Staats Father of the Ac cused Man Gives timony by Means of Sign Language UNY MUTES AT TRIAL Conditions Surrounding Dis covery of Murdered Man s a uouy ire toiu in Court Today W1 tti rctimntifm nf III Timtm Mt the Staas murder trial at 1 JO ftitf afternoon the state attempted to the strongest link in the chain of circumstantial evidence by which frank u the accused man will either be iuHulteder convicted By placing Jim itv r a farmer lvinz two mile west ftti the Ilalstead place un the stand the sales attorney attempted to bring out - f 1aln In fit nwlilir IkmiIv lo Jifle shell which waa found lying tjteir the body of the murdered man y Were ou at the Hal tead home the dry after the body was found akcd JTwecuting miorney nmi iiuicn t said Beaver fl r ir hndr A Lying on the floor wliere it had Jrst been found Q Did no see Jske Staati reach bvn and pick something from the A...

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. — 1 June 1921

MiMWSSSSSSSMSjSJBSjBSjSJSjSjMBBMBBMljMM SPSSSPjPJPJBSJPSJJ0PSJPLIPIIJPJHIJB1JBMaaBHM BRlPAGrwo COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1921- WKmSF Cim Annln KTlif Rn 1r r QfT Ti f T in IfPn jr r vkti r m j I Hf With Romance Beauty and History of the East 0f hK w WTHHHHHHBMBWf Kt ym2nV i ne Wtvtrtiui j uuiiuwiijuiii BMlHr fK9HHHIIHBniH JaiaSMiBAiHHiHHH Iinei in marble and undnone 01 a wt UHv IrMMllififfiWiMTrTTwrB TI mgPKMmmtmf wmm kU mm 1 Suxdiol en rJie Lnuajum Chapel Bury St EJmunit Here Daniel De Foe author ol Robinson Crusoe used Io irorship 2 Sandicl on St Marys Church Bury St Vsdm unds X Sundial on the Cathedral Church Barf St Ed munds 4 Sundial at Tornham Priory Bury St Edmunds 5 Pedestal dial in the garden of the abbey Bury St Ed mundl 6 Pedestal sundial -at Triston Hall Suffolk The sun Old Sol Apollo by innumer able names lias that great body of light been knon and in every age eten our own it is a mysten To the ancients it represented a god and by its eclipse r ill fa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 June 1921

l S am i M AllMW rwSr ri BiWR rarKuWiSSSHPI I lltTKiTiiflSHffTiwiiSiiffiiiyr1 - WaK r MMcllttlJIlMrillli iMfSSiiiSMiMil Triinn nj JgjNews of Columbia Society ifoj fo Sm4 end Hiss Elizabeth Jtf r editors tdll appreciate it if 4r5KW telephone society item betueen 7 d 12 oclock Telephone 274 Jff fMiM Ratbervn B Cole daughter of Jit and Mr Albert Brooks Cole of Cal JifoTnla Mo and William F Sylvester VA Carrollton were married at 11 oclock Jthis jnorning af the home of the bride fTbe Rev W H Hargrove officiated The J brides govrn wis nude of white taffeta1 and old lace Taffeta rose petals and lace adorned the full -scalloped skirt The graceful court train of old family lace t fell from the shoulders and orange bios soma formed the coronet for the tulle veil She carried a shower bouquet of valley lilies and brides roses Miss Madalyn M Cole was the maid of hondr She wore a dainty frock of pink or gandie made with full scalloped skirt and a leghorn and pink taffeta hat Miss Farley Bertram ...

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. — 1 June 1921

IV V jlUtttt mmjm months JI25 month 4Scenta Pay jble in advance SS5w Audit Bureau of Circulations - SEnlercdas second class inii matter I TELEPHONE NUMBERS iNcw 27 4 AdrerUswg and Grculatfciw 55 PUT IT QVER tt Columbia business men responded with f I if admirable spirit last night to -the call ti for loans to the Boonvills bridge pro- iJcct By subscribing approximately 1 fV 000 in two hours they hare giventlic T movement a decided impetus that should 1 yfcarry w over within the week N arly if nitnilrjwt rm I nfu t J wdid not subscribe Perhaps the most noticeable thing at lbc meeting was the absence of farmers lt seems that they hive not yet grasp- ed what tlie whole thing would mean - to them as a business proposition A -farmer who owns land along the Okl Trails road would have the price of Jhis land jump from 25 to 50 an acre f -- r - v- - In the event the Old Trails road be- came the primary cross state liijJiway Ji span across the Missouri Hivrr at - o0 bring lliatabouu - e ms be...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 June 1921

riv i r i p v iv 3SS phone 55 JSTT CHICKENS FOR SALE fOR SALE Choice milk fedibmilers 1 1 2 tp 2 pounds 50 cents a pound de lierd L a Backus phone 549 230tL FOR RENT rfn tlPVIXlVniim furnished cot- uie for the summer 1403 Richardson I rncne iir - FOR RENT--Nice southeast room t 103 12 South 1L Phone 1062 235 FOR RENT Cool comfortable room in resujeaj dianct vacant June 1 Phone EOfrwhU l 2M FOR- RENT Two good yoonuv ouser Ninth and Ro ers Sn Will furnish for it inntMttmr iF rlmuretfL Phone OSUtcV - 354 I FOR BFNT 7T nm house light wairr and heat Weathers 4 Whilesides1 2324 Dk -ml rOK RENT Furnished 4wo room apartmoit for hght houscLeeping also sleeping rooms 1217 E Broadway Plione 539 J 225tL FOR RENT Six room houe water and light also two rooms lor light housekeeping Weathers Whitesides Phone 272 W 226tf FOR RENT Furnished house with sleeping porch June 1 or June 20 until September 1 Phone 567 whitc M 224tf FOR RENT Garage at 608 Conley Ave Phone 918 whitc T 220tf FOR RENT Carage at...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 June 1921

f f I- e XS V t cm P Jpf I s fh GBr 3r i ISC I tsJ tvtv i iiTTTrnr tci - KliJU MUiJi ID SC ONSTMDM MURDER CASE Continued from page one -had nude a deposit of 4390 jn tbe Cal- County Bank for Mra Sally 1UI Head and infracted the bank to cash no clirck unlets tbey were signed by himself VanSanl testified that a 40 check signed by Frank Stalls and Mrs Sally Halslead had been cashed by Ms bank recently Mr Nora Bearer lio live near the ilktead home was broualit on the stand as the lat ilnes before the court ad journed ai noon She stated that the physical condition of Samuel Halstead some time prior to bis death was ray jHwr WANT HEALTH CAMPAIGN HERE Conference for Child Welfare Is Plan of Extension Service A pre whoiV Child Health Conference lor children under 6 years of age con ducted by Mr Saidee llnusmaon health and nursing specialist of the Agricultur al Extension Service v ill probably be Sield in Odumhia in the near future is the opinion of Mi Esie Heyle head of the Iwime economic ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 June 1921

1 jfpsm - THIRTEENTH YEAR EFENSE GIVES TESTIMONY IN STATT3 TRIAL Mr ITololonlo nnlU Will Not Affect Property Set tlement in Favor of Accused Man DEFENDANT IS IMPASSIVE Jjs Said to Have Been Good i Friends With Murdered I Man Sheriff Ex- i hihits Gun Interest in the trial of Frank Statu cine to the highest pitch this afternoon when Frank Stalls was called to testify ia his own defense He tool the stand a 3 15 oclock Did you shoot and kill Samuel Hal- stead was I lie only question asked by the attorneys for the defense mj No sir replied Slatls 7 lie defense torn turned Statu over i ttu nmwrutian pverv niieclMm Imw C orr which was asked Statu by Ruby j llolrn prosecuting attorney was object- i td to by the defense The objection in rtch rase was sustained by the court rf To of the rapid fire questions which were asked by the prosecution and the objection to which was sustained by the roort were Didnt you often kick and abuse Sam- srl Halstead when quarreling -with Did not Aunt Sally try...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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