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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 June 1921

vu VAtZJOUR acting which more sensitive to the abuses a younger body can withstand Exercise keeps a man young but violent exercise will injure A 50-year-old man cannot be an athlete he can be physical lyfit IvrrAUTB W lor oniaoora lite lone wait FL iL t V - oicawc irnui jr auu can i lire ui walking tn and around Columbia tial beauty may be found all around here It it never monotonous always chang ing it is always beautiful Go into tbe v j T5 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published everf evenm except Son day try the Jtiweiu Publishing Asso ciation lae Jay IL TMLJUU Colom bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxaclr SUBSCRIPnON RATES City Year UXO 6 months 200 3 months L0O Br be week 10 rents single copies 5 rcOIS ByMail in Boone County Year 3j00 5 months 1J50 4 months ILOa Outside the coantyr Year t LSO 3 Dontb L50 month 45 cents Payable in adianre Member Audi Bureau ol Grcelationa Entered u second class mail nutter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Yews 274 Advertising nd Circulation 55 SAVE THE STREETS ...

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. — 17 June 1921

Yesterdays twosome began about 4 clock There was quite a gallery Jotting the men and watching the play tAR CANT ENTER GAMES I Final Examinations Keep Hamilton From Competing at Chicago t The examinations for ihu term -will Phone 55 KOR SALE Beautiful new bungalow modem in every wayr with 6 rooms bath tad large sleeping jiordi hardwood doors full sire concrete basement paved street close in Reasonable terms 15 SCO if sold in next few days See Carey t Frasirr for bargain Phone 519 or yij white FOR SALE If you want lo buy a I nee modem 7 room residence on Pa- I qtuu St at a bargain call E L Daugh lerty phone 837 D 246 FOR SALE Beds dreier chiffonier dining table dining hairs Buffet rock en study tables kitchen table range lion mower garden tools 2U Waugh St Phone 529 white W 252 rOR SALE New 3 burner Perfection I oil stove including oven three new wicks I tad oil can 25 Call at 609 5 EftkU S K 243tf FOR SALE Three new 5 room lens almost completed on University ircnue Strictly up to dat...

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. — 17 June 1921

v - l seK PACE SIX s IEW MEDICAL LAW OPPOSED W H Xorton Circulates Petition for State Association V IL Norton s senior Id the sTash inftoa Univerirjr Medical School who rawed hit A B degree from of Mhooori in 1919 passed through Columbia yesterday on bis vrajr la JJooeviSc Mr Norton i rtuitsent lux the Missouri Suit Medieal Amocu Itna ad U eirculatini and coOeelinsj referendum petition against the nervl owiical lav Older the new law any person ho a er4aausi from any lenllr chartered Ardiat school laar appear for tn beJore tbe Stale Uoard ot Jledicine IMtx lire former law only gradoatrs of a rrpstabte medical school hue the tnvirKe fcf appearing for eiamina Hon 5wce the question of reputation mil Tilth tiie Stale Board ef Health it suthM the power of tbe board to praciieaBT duainale schools simch are dh fin elats The State Medical A f i ialin alln those interested in moaseal eoaeattoo to Up present the new law from taltlng effect as they le Km it vatdd lower tbe sundatd of Ac roediea...

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. — 18 June 1921

wr opened safes while Floyd Dranbam kept waicn in trie halls After the Miller boy confessed that he had aided in the robbery the police con ducted him through the buildine and he pointed out to them the rooms that ha had entered The suites at the east end ti the building on each of the four floors had no transoms Miller said that Francis ilranham with the aid of the screw driver pried the door Mop loose on these doors and then opened the lock When the three had finished looting the building they went south to the al ley between Walnut and Broadway streets and turned east into the alley to lenth street according to Miller who alv said that he left the Branhams there and they turned south on Tenth strict lie then went home Thursday night the bloodhounds were taken to tire police station and when lliry saw Francis Branham there it was with difficulty that the dogs were kept from leaping on him The men who were in charge of the dogs stated at that time that Francis Branham was the man w...

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. — 18 June 1921

Jin PACE TWO WORLD PRESS MEET TO BE COSMOPOLITAN Many Natrons Will Be itenled a the Umlerence in Honolulu Next October wrnvirv nmT np tiifrf t MerTEmplOed by Press Asso ciations and Advertising Agencies Will Be in Attendance JoumalrtU Copenhagen Denmark Frank Cannett editor liocbeiter IN Y Time Union Stephen Grant proprietor editor Itonne Iowa Fled Copdcell editor Salt Lake Utah Telegram Omar D Grar editor Star eon Mo leader And o the naraea o from atatc lo late and from one oreign eoonlrr lo another From all points of tb compas tboe men and womn no ml come lo the summery shores of Hawaii Man aera oi world wide international news senicet with a knowledge of half dozen langaages wilt meet the proprietor aod editor of country weeklis A number of newspaper tnen will be accompanied by their wire on tbe trip Besides IDese there will be newspaper - women in attendance not in numbers to srerbalance mans chronological rieht in dominating the press bat enough lo prore womans presence in the ...

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. — 18 June 1921

If r isd Mil Thad Hickman Ashland tL entertained -with a picnic tapper Uit evening at their country home in sor of Mr and Mrt Mode Payne of Fulton The other guests were Mrs Amanda Hickman David Payne Mrs JL A Arnold Mm Saidee Stean Miss Qua Arnold Mrs Tom Kohnett Miss Lola Moss Robnett Mr and Mrs Tom Payne and children Mr aud Mrs J M Estes and children Mr and Mrs Am brose Johnson and children Mr and JJrj Curtis Robnett and little daughter Dr W P Dysart Ben Dysart Miss Dor otiy BroerTle Mr and Mrs D A Rob pett Orerton Robnett Mr and Mrs Alex Bradford Miss Estelle Bradford and Mr and Mrs W E JohnstonThe guests motored there in ears The member of the Red Cross local chapter will entertain informally at tea from 4 to 6 oclock next Thursday after noon for the wives and children of all vocational students and the ministers cf the various churches A Cordial imi tation is extended to them Mrs L L -Cravens and dauclitefs Miss Christine Miss Jennie and Miss Dorothy will be at home this summer...

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. — 18 June 1921

lnpfr riiya FAHSE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every eveateg fiteept Sun day by tbe Missourian PsblrthiBg Asso ciation Inew Jay H Ne Hill Colom bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mimcne SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ory Caab ia advance Year H00 5 months 4Z0O 3 months lJ0a Br the week 10 cent tingle copies 5 fCBIS Br Mail in Boone County Year J300 months 150 4 months L0O Outside the county Year 150 1 3 aysntht 1 50 month 45 cent Payable in advance Member Andit Boreas of Grculaltont Entered at second class mill matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Jitv 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE BOONE COUNTY PICNIC The farmers of Boone County will be Jie guests of the College of Agriculture at picnic to be held here July 28 Thui another Hep is to be taken toward bringing tbe farmer into closer relation- hip with tbe University Because of the many graduates who have gone into agriculture because of the short course which are attended by farmers and because of the extension work tbe farmers of the stal...

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. — 18 June 1921

FOR SALE WANTED Boy about fourteen to work around house on fruit farm near McBainc Phone 14 U or 312 B 217 WANTED Experienced laundrrman at Parker Memorial HopitaL Apply Super intendent of HospitaL U 21f SITUATION WANTED SITUATION WANTED MALE-Ex- pett stenographer and bookkeeper wishes petition Eight years of experience with large city establishments and comes well recommencWL Will consider any reasonable offer Address Box R care of Missourian 247 MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO LOAN We can loan you money on your real estate- on monkhly payment plan Weathers Whitesides phone 272 W 268 WANTED To 4ccupy home in ah L ifnee of owner by young married couple while attending University June 22 to August 17 also care and operation of ene or more autos or other light work Firclat mrachnic and driver Call 1013 aVTL SERVICE exxmirutinns for tltrks for Postal Mail Service and fOR SALE Practically new 6 roora jnck bouse Splendid basement and furnace hardwood floor grate and gas skc lot Worth o000 will ta...

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. — 18 June 1921

I m i m 4 PACE SIX TRIBUTE PAID MUWARHERO Columbians Honor Peaches Graham Whose Funeral Is Tomorrow Many Colombia penont will attend the funeral services of Capt Robert M war hero in Montgomery Uty to morrow Captain Graham former foot kill tlar at the University was killed n action His body has just been re turned for burial The American Legion post herl and the local chapter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will send delegations Among those who will go from the Col lege of Agriculture are Dr J TF Con- - naar II L Hill E A Trowbridge O It Johnson and A J Durant The following tribute to the memory of Captain Graham was nritten today by It I Hill The alumni former stpdents and friends of the Uniersity of Missouri will on the morrow pay reverence to one of their honored heroes for the Imly of Capt Robert McCee Peaches Graham will be interred after military ceremonies in his home county of Mont gomery Peacaes as we Inew him was a member of Company A Sixth Infantry - Fifth Division and wa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 June 1921

IhtZ THIItTEEOTHTrEAlt moom county COURT OPENS - THIS MORNING Circuit Judiciary Begins Work Despite Lawyers Opinions Tliat Actions May Be Illegal ARRANGEDOCKET TODAY Lo al Attorney Thinks Referen dum Petitions Do Not Af fect Present Session of Court Uncle Charley White who was arj loifd a short lime ago for stealing a horse was sentenced is three years In the penitentiary by Judge David It Harris in tli Circuit Court this afternoon Boone County Circuit Court opined this morning with a disposal of routine business in spite of the opinion of Jefier son Cily lawyers that circuit -courts ac tions may not be legal because of the filing of referendum petitions by the Ilenwrats Since this is not a regular si in of the Circuit Court but Is a continuation of the April session the action ot this court will not in any case be nullified according to Boyle Clark The onTyeasei that could ie affected in the erent of a judicial tan gle are default cases where an answer is not fded by the defendant ...

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. — 20 June 1921

- -a - jf iTAGETWO flFOSLfffl i Guerrilla ughiera Arrested J S RoHinsbutiFrecd Hm When Women In- - tercepted KftONOR PAID GEN GUITAR - - II 1 TIJ irfresiaenis nomc iviaac xicau r queers of Regiment - fCamping on sity Campus In tn early hisioqr f Boone County in account U given of Columbia in fiil Vr Jin Incidents of Military r firmness between life long friend and neiihbon nd he piemlta warfare in - Iuinbia furnish striking contrast to scenes of the Creat War ln part the history says The orable J S Rollins had a call from a r ivmiiv rrm illaa when he was 7 visiting the store of J W Lamme The I rutfrffli leader came to the door and I asleep for Rollins Upon appearing he tU promptly arrested Tliey plundered he store while Rollins bound with rope 1 rtood by and gave them good aevice tPhrtlvr Rollins had an interest in me store or why he did not receive help is not stated Mior Rollins tad a short conversa tion with Captain Pullman and upon the Intercession of several ladies who were rrr...

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. — 20 June 1921

- - v yl cie Qift AIiss Harriet Blantons Mis Esther HOI Mils Helen Jordan Mist Katherine Conley Miss Jennie Hock aday MU Cornelia Corapton Miss Mary Guiur and Edward Castlan El mer Kershaw Richard Conklin William Ancle Prewitt Turner Wallet La Brunerie Donald Wyatt Mr and Mrs Berry McAlester Mr and Mrs Odon Guitar Jr Hermann Pierce Mrs Mamie Roberts 1109 Locust street entertained at 3 oclock this af ternoon with a thimble party for Miss Laura Ann Hersman of Sturgeon who is the guest of Miss Willie Lightner 1313 Rosemary lane Mr and Mrs Centry Estill and chil dren Gentry Jr and Mary Virginia of Estill will motor here tomorrow and will be dinner guests at the Kappa Kap pa Gamma house The dinner guests at Read Hall yes terday were Miss Margaret McCaust land Miss Katherine Jones Miss Frankie Wilson James Quinn Joe Reed Miss Eva Johnston Miss Claire Gins berg Miss Anna Pugh and Mis trod Heinrici The dVoer guests at the Sigma Nu fcoaetyeVcxday weref Miss Mary Emma J1 iVuuievant Miss hJean...

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. — 20 June 1921

w Bf paceImur m COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missonrian ioc Association lot Jay - tIlalL Columbia Missouri VUWiJU jvmvjv v n juiB SUI1SCRIPTI0N JttTES City Cash-In-advances Year 100 6 months 200 3 months JUM Br tbe week 10 eenti siagle copies S cents 4 By Mail io Boone Countyr Year 100 6 month 150 4 month JOO AOutside lite county Year ISO E3 months SL25 month 45 cents t Parable in advance Member Audit Bureaa of Circula tions Entered aa second class mail mat- TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 271 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE HEART OP AMERICA When Missourians to East tbey are flailed by tbe till Westerner anil ak rdt whether their native slate Is any less a wiia since we aeaw 01 rrans ji KWhcn they go West tbey are dubbed f Easterners and regarded as lenderfeet by those who consider themselves truly fT fvestern 2l Tbe truth w is that Missouri ia incline casi nor cm i is tnc center ofithe United States IK Take a map and -count the number of v ttal...

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. — 20 June 1921

phone 55 2B JFOR SALE 4 toom house newly re iired modern except heat large yard porches on pared street Must at once terms to suit iall lack A 2S3 IgFOR SALE Beds dresser chiffonier iting tame uining crtairs nuuet roe stody tables kitchen table range liho mover garden tools zll Maugn Si Phone 529 white W 2S2 ICFOR SALE Good building lot 50x125 Its pared street and with granitoid side Salt Phone 951 black Q 2t2lf FOR RENT FOR RENT -Near University an 8- pco house from June 27 to September lit Call 404 red B 252 HOUSE FOR RENT ISFURMSHED Modetn three block from campus for hamtDtr term rnone 110 green after 61 clock J 2tf FOR RENT -Five rooms bath and I keeping porch furnished for the Iner montns can f ii nut street J - X 2t8 JOIt RENT Fmnsfjune 22d to Sept 1 furnished apartn strictly modem well located C Henderson 609 11 248 FOR RENT June 22 to September 1 tarnished apartment of 3 rooms and lath Beisley Apt No 14 B 2tf FOR RENT Garage at 1402 Bass call at house or phone 527 whJte J198...

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. — 20 June 1921

w Kfff FT Ki s fc ly l hv mi st pace six ND IKE LOOK ALIKE SO DO THREE COLUMBIA RESIDENTS A day or two ago a man walked into I lie officea of tbc Smitb Catron Real Ea- tale Insurance Co There be uv some one be thought be knew o walking up to him he uid Hello CarL How are you and what are you doing here All right but my namcii not CarL ieah was the rrply in a yoiKanV lid me tone of voice You are B J Cart My name U Will E Smith fYeah quelioningly Yon w4 nude the mistake Iota or people make Mr Smith aaid One time one of Carls neighbors rode to Invin wijh me All the way to town he callcil mc CarL When be got out I told him L wasnt Carl Dont ell me that he replied Havent I liteil by ou long enough to know yvu Mr Smith continued Before lie got so hcary and shaved his mustache oil E JMllUrd used to be mistaken for Carl or mjself Now two of a kind is not uncommon but three calls for further infection so this pcrwn flunking some one was nuking fun of him went to sec Sir lard Yes it is true s...

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. — 21 June 1921

THIRTEENTH YEAR All Are on Suspended 3- i wft THE BRIDGE STOCK COMPANY NOW INCORPORATED Large Number of Shareholders Meet at Boonvillc and Complefe the Or ganization johnston1spresident Span Is Only One Lacking on Entire Coast-to-Coast Highway May Cost 450000 An important step toward the realiza tion of a long sought aim a permanent hard surfaced highway through Colum bia from Kansu Gtjr to St Louis u taken yesterday when the OH Trail Bridge Company was formed at meet ing of stockholders in Boonrille Artf clts of incorporation for ths company which U to build the bridge scrota die Missouri River at Boonrille were filed immediately with the Secretary of W a Novell of Columbia wes elected a vice president The meeting was at tended by a Urge number of stockhold crs from Boone and other counties along the route The officer named are President T A Johnston of Boon riUe Vice president John Cosgrove of Boonrille - i Vice president W B Lowell of Co lumbia Vice president Jacob Van Dyke of Ma...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 June 1921

fh 5 PACE TWO rSTATE BOARD- HEALTH WORK IS DISCUSSED - Cbutimied From page one 1wm ti iwoiuls The cities are In cue aaaln well supplied but the omrilris in roudi need for doctors 1t itt Is for hospital bedv Missouri his one doctor lor erery sis rT jersons the ratio for the United Mates Is one io cmy 750 The ratio in it Louis however is one to every 450 peo ple and in Kansas Cty it is one to every 358 peopj In county seals south of the river one doctor serves more j than 1 000 people who art widely scatter Shy six doctors who lire in twenty county seals serve sixty thousand pea- Pi In closing Dr Noyes said that we most make ther rural districts an en ticfiig field for new doctors so as to f that get a more- -normal distribution profession -The county hospitals will no doubt aid In doing this hr said Dr Frank C Nifong o Columbia spoke onr The Stat General HofpUll Pro jects Tndiv we sunrort hospiuls for the In taw because they are considered dan gerous to society There are many oth f p...

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. — 21 June 1921

p frgl Uiss Queen Smith end Miss Elizabeth Afeesociety editors udl Appreciate it if you tcill telephone society Items between 9 rtd 12 oclock Telephone 274 Richard A Jesse and Mitt Margaret Lucille Leyda -were married today at noon at the home of the bride in Falls City Neb Mr Jesse was reared in Co lumbia and received hi A B degree irora the University lie received hia Ph D degree at Harvard He is a mem ber of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity For several years he has been professor of chemistry and dean of men at the Unyersity of Montana at Missoula Moot Hie bride was graduated from the Uni versity of Nebraska She is a member of the Kappa Kappa Camma sororityj Only a few intimate friends and relatives vere present at the wedding After the honeymoon the couple will vit here in -Columbia They will make their home in Missoula Mont lit U II T I se mother and sister of the bridegroom left Sunday to attend the wedding They will return home tomorrow Prof and Mrs H C Brown and chil dren 217 ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 June 1921

iFAEFOUR rffG0LUM8IAVENING MISSOURIAN Published evety evcnis eP Sunday by flie MisJourilnv ing Association Ine Jay H Nefi HalL CoJiimsja MlMMin f ALluitSU Jtuia iji SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Yet 100 6 months 100 3 month L00 Br the week JO cents single topic 5 cents Br Mail in Boone County Year 100 6 months LS0 4 months 100 Outside the count jr Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cent Parable Jn advance Member Audit Bureau of Circuk lions Entered at second class mail mat ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS A Ne 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 MISSOURIS DIVORCES The increasing divorce rale in the United States ha become an inrolred question that religious leaders and sod ologist must quickly It Is already -looked upon as a national calamity threatening the -very foundation of leas greatest institution her home It is -claimed that onchristianued Japan which once held the highest national di vorce rate has now -yielded to Christian 11 America as the greateit Hlivorce center i ot ine woria - Our on state ...

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. — 21 June 1921

I Phone 55 - X A sembled at Capt David Gordons springj I t 1 r I lor inc ijuijhiwt 01 vcieoraung inc raiy ax anniversary of our independence vAn oration was delivered by CalviirL Per ry Esq after which the company sat down to a dinner provided for the orea lion At the conclusion of the repast emg to the inclemency of the weather the company adjourned to the court- boose where toasts were tlien drank The Fourth of July W2 was ap propriately prlebralcd in- Columbia airs a section of the Boone County His tory A threatened shower of rafij caued the people ho had assembler or the purpose to adjourn from the trove to the Christian church where the Declaration of Independence was read by John It Bedford and an oration de- WANTED To rent for the- coming school year 8 to 12 room house con vtaiently located to University Call mblack T 247tfJ WANTED TO RENT Desirable rooms for senior woman and her mother for fall and winter trims Address Box A care of Missourisn 2f3tf SITUATION VACANT REPRESEN...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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