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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 June 1921

Wat v - t PAGE SIX ami ftfZY PARTY OFF FRIDAY ----- Dr E n Branson Conducts Tour of West Made In Autos - S 11 fV V P - v m mi- i nicn wuhuuik j - - ti r 1 r eon cnairmau mm wi uciwiuttm will leave Friday morning on i traveling geology field trip They will go to fu Cty and then ttett through Kan a Colorado New Mexico Arizona and nnstiblr California Dorinc the course of tiwir trip they will visit the Grand Canyon the Tainted Deceit the Petrified Forest and other interesting geological formations id the West and Southwest The trip will be made in two Ford cars which hae been purchased espec ially for the journey Prof L A Xeyte of the geology de- - r1 1 ll I I dents This Summer Although the demand is not expected to be as large as in the winter rooms fr I J summer term will be listed at the nCces of the Commercial dub Near- ly one hundred rooms have already been lfrd and it is not believed that many additional rooms will be needed since I the majority of students coming here for jfc tbe...

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. — 22 June 1921

The slate continued its case this after noon by railing John Scott a negro Scott said he had boaght ten gallons of whisky from Pollard and had paid him 200 for it He kept it in his home in two S gallon kegs for a few days he tSiS ind then poured it oat Tie this for fear of getting Into trouble he said Sheriff Fred Brown testified that he searched the premises of Scott iri Feb ruary after the arrest of Pollard and found two pipes which were pans of whisky stills in an outhouse on the place He said that Scott at first denied knowing anything about the apparatus but bad at last admitted that he found them in a house on Second and Third street The sheriff said he had obtained c sample of white whisky from Scott and had turned some of it over to the prosecuting attorney C C Drnmm of the School ofMed cine of the University was called to tiiy as to tne -results d tne test lie nad made on this whisky Drumm said that the liquor contained at least 30 per cent alcohol This concluded the case 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. — 22 June 1921

ir inreozb J i I in I ri i ijiiliiiiiiiii LloiIK1 TLZTIGDQ IT- -If V vV PORN0NE AUNDRYMW 30EMSOLir yro Enterprising Students Be gan What lias isecome Co Jnmbials Best -Washerwoman 1DH HAND WORK FIRST k - tSfdea Thought InJpractJeal by Columbia Business Men Started With 100 Customers 1 It was then tbat a iule knowfcdee of It JS feasor the two Mrtnen Ht for their twuam tatabGshaieBt with a snail stal racked safer ra oae pockets A drop Cdumbra Once Kotlaceat aisafadnt raded tie wwo alter destroyi taeow Thetsaadrr was started by the Ke r mA Omstiw CaBeae asd hold- IM r lir thea a stadent in the Cot 1 - in arortnd lie I a I MtfrU Art aaaScicacr tee j Urtd loratU Stvna CT If N V - i v t t rl - T Ti D NIEL T0NE TAVERN Arck X Foriut Arcicel - l Cnmha t IaTtliev peaei r tlxet dsy ef - ifcr I fet trpv It tfce first establiaMSt - a vaiJLir nrtxuoo Drjwrj Snnff 1 fiw 1 Qm t w - Our ef ml itid Tasasorsims tBuf fc f te tuse ae tn rfw ItSkx f to ke arrrttnl IV ui btt Jrwe aMTwi a stcttos oat 6y Af...

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. — 22 June 1921

r L JVfews bf Columbia Society Miss Queen 5mu and Miss Elizdbtth A gee society editors iall appreciate it ij yon kUI telephone society items letxecn 9 and 12 oYocA Telephone 274 Mr id Mrs Herbert M Reese ho for the lt two weeks have been on their honeymoon tnoj in Baltimore Washington and New Yprk returned to Columbia today They will tale the apartment of Dr and Mrs J W Hud son in the Dumas Apartments for th Mrs C T Logan Miss Jean Logan and Jack Logan who have been in Co lumbia during this last year left this morning for tbcir home in Texarkana Arte Miss Logan will return to Colum bia is August to attend the fall term of the Uniyersity miss rjrzabeth Spencrr 5UZ llollins street has as her guest for the week Miss Jane Spencer of Jefferson Gty Miss Ethel Wylder of Jacksonville ill who lias been the guest of her sis ter Mrs Dan C Stine left yesterday for Kansas City where she will visit Mr and Mrs Newton Wylder for several weeks After her visit there she will go to the Orarks for the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 June 1921

ttr ice to the life of the Nation - n Another solution for the house short age run the movies day and night H tREAL REPRESENTATION Those who have considered the party system In the United States a popular bondage will see Iwpe in the indications ythaf Congress is feeling a new tueness to popular wishes Indications areltoward1 croup rather than nartr ftX liuations Longreosmen are uniting in blocs each bloc for the purpose of se- curing the passage of bills favorable to luai Dloc Z Instead of Republican and Democratic to measures we may see the vote on bills j v ipinioy union and non union interests br nacker and arrirulluntnfrt t - Already the soldiera in Cnnim ar uniting against Hie non soldier members Bureaus within a atone throw of the to have been established by tfic American Legion lh American jtwniof Labor and the agricultural inter- iests For some time the American I gioninas Men lignting lor soldier latioa and with an increased number oof World War veterans in Congress this g...

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. — 22 June 1921

t FOR SALE Thrrrfioe reudcocs frontin south on Bass Avenue Apply U S B Kirtlcy Phone 686 while k zsq FOR SALE Cas range in jpci con dition Also clotheswringer Phone 1357 black X 250 FOR SALt 4 room house -newly re- paircd modern except heat large yard and porch s on paved street Must Mi at once black Terms to suit Call 901 A 253 FOR SALE Reds dresser chiffonier dining table dining chain buffet rock crs study tables kitchen table range lawn mower garden tools 211 Waugh St rbone 529 whHe W ZSZ FOR SALE Good building lot 50x125 on paved street and with granitoid side walk Phone 951 bUKk Q 242tX FOR RENT FOR RENT From June 22d to Sept 1 furnished apartment strictly modern well located Call Henderson 609 IM51 FOR RENT Until September first modern house near University Nice perches and ysrdCall 89Maclc C 248tf WANTED TO RKNT WANTED TO RENT Single room for man student for summer term pos sibly fall and winter South of Paquio street Address D12 Miasourian D251 WANTED To rent August 18th or ...

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. — 22 June 1921

PACE SIX ItVW IIAILEY BACK IN SCHOOL Former Journalism Stairat Wu In Colorado Flood H V USer forma stadest in tie School of Jcnrnalma i imr to Colombia f i from Dcrmr list vAL He and E R Hall also c former student in the Uniter slrjr drore ihionjh in a Buiek roadifer Mr Udkj iH attend rannner school tee During the Bead t PneWo Mr IIi ley m sent to the flood district to gath et news for the United Press Associa tion He and another newspaper nun Jrore over the flooded road from Pen- icr to Colorado Spnnt and there caught a Jrnci that had teen ricyed up -wen Lt rail toward Pseolo Thejr made rramrrous aw itches Ironr one line to another to aoid washoun and finally were held up and nnahle to to farther The ret of the trip was orer temporary roads made of planks JThey were there when the flood came catred by the breaking of the dam np -the ralley and bad erossod the Boodd part of the city Just an honr before the wiH of water came It is a funny ffeline to cross a de gfjttd town wading mod ...

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. — 23 June 1921

It JwY7niBPffflKMWPl HI1T1IMUJ iK I i mwimm ijml UM CIVIC CENTER SUGGESTED Tlans Square Near Courthouse for Public Functions and to Relieve Traffic In a town the size of Columbia with school properties distributed as well as here it seems unnecessary to undertake to develop a separate park system said Prof Horace F Major this morning The school grounds are primarily for recreational purposes and should be sufficiently large and developed in such a manner as to afford all of the neces sary adjuncts to a park system Instead of asking the children to leave at 3 oclock in the afternoon encourage them to stay and play until 530 or 6 with a play supervisor The parents will know where the children are playing and there will be no need for tbem to be on the streets or other peoples yards At the same time part of the grounds should be attractively developed with lawn areas and plantings that are usual ly found in small district parks Peo ple in that district should be encouraged to use the s...

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. — 23 June 1921

m - S -- f raw tntM ials and Mtt large pranu v -- I riSirT location in the Mississippi Valley oner exceptional opportunities for the fanner the manuiaciurcr ami man engaged in commerce and that the position which the state occupies with - icfeiShce to the North East -South and - WeV insures a great commercial dc- Ir wai se- Kvl f EFAGETWO Military v MSSOURIfflGH MALLFIEEDS OFCOJIMEReE WCauscdM Combination of lis Great Katural Kesoyrces aid Location in sissippi Valley RAISING FAMOUS Leaders and Blue 1 Grass Are Produced With Equal Yjcrsauuiy ano excellence How many persons know that Missouri stale of treat resource thai its f niir iti mines its Water supply rl tmnlr its transportation facilities With these fats in iew Missouri canbe placed in a class of tbe foremost tale of fee Union in many things Some otTIiesVare as follows Missouri furnished the two most noted AmeVican military leaders of the War CSTTfotn J Pershing commanderin chiel of the American Army and Cen Enoch 6owder who p...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 June 1921

ing After the ceremony the couple left for honeymoon trip irt Colorado Later Jhey will make their home in Tulsa Okla where Mr Wilson it employed oy me uipsy uu Co Both are graduates of the University Mr Wilson having been graduated from the College of Arts and Science and in his Masters work and Mi Cordon from the College of Arts and Science and the School of Education Mr Wilson vras awarded a geology scholarship here and a fellowship at the University of Chicago for graduate work in geology Miss ilon tin had a geology scholarship here Bfr Wilson is a member of two hon orary fraternities Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xiand the Camma Alpha fra ternity Miss Gordon lias been a resident of Columbia for several years and after her graduation from the University taught in the Columbia High School Miss Ruth Hagamao and Miss Helen Naylor left this morning for Kansas City where they will scnd the week end Miss Ilagaman will then go to her home in Ranger Tex and Miss Naylor to visit her brother in...

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. — 23 June 1921

ECOLUMBfA EVENING MISSOURIAN BPubbthed every efieing except Sunday by the Missourian Publisii ingf Association lat Jay HNeff HalliCoIumbia Missouri jgVLFONSO JOHNSON Manaci p SUBSCRIPTION RATES IgCity Cash In t dvance Year J 00 fctmobthj 1200 3 months lljOO NjBy the week 10 cenli single fcopies 5 cent Ill By Mail in Boone Couotyr Year iioO 6 months tl50 4 months msa HOuttide the county Year 150 3mcMhs 125 month 45 cents Parable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second elm mail mat KfTELEPHONE NUMBERS Mm 274 fSdverlising and Grculation 55 p HOLING OUT na same of golf it is not always the n who gets the longest drive whoJ s the bole It is often the man who s a poor drire but when be gets on green holes out in the fewest strokes j - aid bis opponent all the time fighting Kyercome the handicap of the better rtl Tbe reason he ft ins is because jfts fighling all the time In one of the semifinal matches in Sfrecent University tournament when players stood even on t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 June 1921

fin Attractive House On Wheels Phone v55 Makes Traveling a Pleasure Jhen the weather gels tttBf hoi and it un terms to Boil ererytbing in ijht tfcow would 50a like to p bowling off to Eolorado in a moYing bouse where jou BJosIl cooV appetiiins meats as the car beneath you skimmed merrily along Soctf ts to be the experience of Mr and Mrs J B Ralston and their f3 jttiId daughter Lois who will eae Columbia June 22 for a six wxeVs trip tiroufh the Mr Iialson is the owner of the Palms From Cofiftobii thej will go directlj M Meade kin where they will meet Mrs RaUtons sister Mrs Willis Wolfe who with hrt husband and three chil dren will accompany them on the trip It is at thjs place that tliej will begin tie tup in the moving house Mr Wolfe has just completed the construction ot Irtis one room house with a Torn truck i a base The house is painted attractirely in side and out has three large plate glass windows covered with aw nines two SClCvUiu uwie ohm tiuuiv isuiw x xi atso contains cons...

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. — 23 June 1921

rf i - fc MfrEDJIENTO J SPEAKATFAIR Interesting Program Has Been Announced by E G Bylander Tt Missouri Centennial Exposition asrf Sale Fair which will he heM oo lr Stale Fair Grounds at SedaEa tl9k reat apowms of the imiMa aaesmpfohinents and puIKie of JOssoorf A pageant a century of progress HI he Brodoeorf awi 5ven nightly Historical ni the assemhlage of noted jtatessie and farmer Miooourians wOT tf mufier many visitors In ad- Baw m A the centennial features u ar he die- weal attractions of the mmiI State Fair A irfcf ourtae of the program dot 4eg wW rw week which has teen pre waTerf wf E TJylardrr secretary of e Smk fair awl which irill prohaWy jEr very fe before the eele In Lit Mute a a fowr XoVft ABsr Sv hss fceea set aside I a fraud Opeatnz Day Homecoming JSa CmnMi Day Press Day and Atsw fc lsv There will he addresses f Coventor It Bvde UrotenaM Cmmt Hiram Lloyd Won- David JL fsWMrs awl other turionafly known spsskefa The Grand Opening ef the jUisiisn w kitM oclock Mon Mkl Tie...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 June 1921

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR 520000 MORE IS NEEDED BY BRIDGE ASSN Officials Wish to Play Safe by Exceeding Estimate Says E W Stephens Today lAVE RAISED 440700 New Stock Subscription Blank Being Issued to Sub scribe re More Provisions F W Stephens says thit ten or twen ty thousand dollars more will be raised for the new bridge across the Missouri River This announcement followed a snferenee yesterday with CoL T A Johnston president of the Old Trails Bridge Association and John Cotgrove first vice president and attorney of the Association The total subscriptions to date amount to 410700 and while the estimated rrt of the bridge Is 130000 the offi cials of the commission feel that in or der o be on the safe side they had bel ter exceed the estimated cost in their subscription list Of the HO70O subscribed Cooper tounir hu subscribed 369000 Boone County 16700 Saline County 15000 and Lafavette County 10000 The work of obtaining subscription is ltd in progress in Saline ...

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 June 1921

t r P fe - W W m ft fW r tci f u t J N i V 6 H V1 Vhi tmv ftf I Mr h PAGE TWO TRIBUTE PAID 1 wiTtMVERSITY Honorary Advertising Societies Endorsed at Convention of -Students Held in Atlanta Ga IVJHOSMER GIVEN OFFICE Al U Representatives of Alpha - iDelta Sigma and Gamma Alplia Chi Among Delegates Alpha Ddta Sgma ami Gammi Alpha Ju national Honorary advertising so cieties founded at the University of Mis r mtw ihe student advertising organi sations endorsed by the Associated Adj vrrtisint Qubs of the AVotld Innutinr the report of the education J 1 committee ol the national Aavenising Commission at the annua convention of the A A C or W held June 12 o 16 at Atlanta Ct Charles It Mackintosh chairman recommended that particular encouragement be given to the honorary fraternity and sorority Alpha Delta Sigma and Gamma Alpha Chi This announcement was made at the first meeting of -the Conference on Stu dent Advertising Organisations held in connection with the Atlanta convention Tuesday aft...

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 June 1921

I -e ffj H prtiment Station at Mountain Crave which is run in connection with the Uni vrrtity and also director of the live stock department at the San Francisco Nipoition Until yesterday the marriage had been kept a secret The couple will be at home July 1 at the Colham Apartments 2700 Linwood boulevard Kansas Gty Mrs Alexander Martin 902 Univer CJ avenue will entertain with a bridge fifty at 8 oclock tomorrow evening in jnor 01 Mr and Mrs Richard Jesse of Montana and Mrs William Jesse of Jfaryland Mr Jesse a former resident of Columbia has for several years been connected with the University or Mon tana Mr and Mrs Ceorge Sneed will ar rive this evening from St Louis to be the guets of Dr and Mrs C M Sneed They kill accompany Dr Sneed and his wife on their motoring trip through Col orado leaving Columbia tomorrow after noon Mrs Helen Smith Mickey of Topeka is the guest of Mrs M R Doue lass and daughter Katherine at their home 309 Hitt street Mrs J C Babb 81 Virginia avenue is spend...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 June 1921

Ife PAvJEtaMJR k B mtc y f r W 16- P - eial taxes are the mgneii in History ana Rf apparently are certain to stay high or LjgJigo even higher The present naval pro wr ivfc SfsffcrtTTiurRTA pvpisniur MISSOURIA a published every erenisg except Sunday by the Mhsourisn lseJay IL Neff Hall Columbia MissourL ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacu SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Ch iriadvacce Year JJ 00 6 month i00 J months li By the week 10 centsj single copies 5 rents By Mail in Boone County Year fcUX 6 months 150 4 months - Outside the county Year H50 3 faint hs L25 month 45 cents Parable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail mat- - Tti rninir viixinnic News 27 Adrertising and Circulation 55 - LET US NOT FAIL Nerer before In the history of the Unit- rWX ed States has ever altalnel snch a high point in world leadership as she has today Before the late war America was hailed as the world bread basket when the war was on and Germany threatened to engulf all Europe America was...

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 June 1921

- rrgn niniiiii MBaaBBacaum aa i TTWH1T M i i i - L j hi mwv aBjHHBnBBHnBpjMjnBBBasaaBa -V COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JUNE JMqp21 T ViwCV - WVjSB GEOLOGISTS LOSE IN GOLF Athletic Department Wins by 27 Points Three members of the athletic depart- merit are enjoving a little laugh at ibe eipense of three from the geology de partment For several months the geol ogists have been challenging all depart ments to a golf match This week they were accepted by the trainers and beat en by twenty seven points Tbe scores made by the geologists were -Chuck Lewis 89 Dr E tt Branson 91 R B Rutledge 93 The athletic Phone 55 WANTED To rent for the coming -room house conveniently school year 8 to 12 veniently located to University Call 812 black T 2tf WANTED TO RENT Desirable rooms for senior woman and her mother for fall and winter terms Address Box A care of MixsourUn - 23tl SITUATION VACANT REPRESENTATIVES WANTED In Columbia CentraBa Haflsville and Ash land for an automobile accessory that ...

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. — 24 June 1921

V K M r rp W Lf PACESDC M UBELL HAS LONG HISTORY Was Donated in 1882 by J Rollins to Replace Old Cracked One Almost every student has at one time jf J r another hacl occasion to be gUd when ri lhr firll nrt flic Inwrr n SrlUr Hall rings outthe hoar noting the end of a ias period Few fludents are familiar with the his torical significance of the old hell that has runs for many years welcoming mw siiuienis in me ian ami miming poodh to tliofc who lcae in the spring anal summer Iccord of the proceedings of the Uni versity Hoard of Curators for the year JRS2 contain a paragraph showing the circumstances under which the bell was donated The following explains itself -Meeting May 28 1882 Among the revolutions passed was the following offered by Mr Switilerj Whereas for many years past this initutn lias -been compelled to an old cracked bell the sound of which has become familiar to the ears of hundreds of students and friends of the University and grates harshly on the ears of all and Whe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 June 1921

V L Nelson of Columbia De livers Commencement Ad dress to Rural Students MANY WILL CONTINUE Hulett Cooper of Hallsville Is Valedictorian and Glenn Hunt of Centralia Salutatorian One hundred girls and sixty six boys itemed their graduation certificates at the annual commencement exercises of ibe rural school of Boone County -which nere held in tbe auditorium of Colum bia High School The exercises began at 2 oclock The commencement ad dress which followed a brief program men by the students was made by W ML Nelson of Columbia Hulett Cooper of Hallsville was vale dictorian and Glenn Hunt of Centralia was salutatorian of the dais The 166 graduates represent approxi mately 66 per cent of the 217 who pass ed tbe seventh grade examinations last year and took the examination for the eighth grade this year To be graduated a student must have had seventh and eighth grade work in the school and oust have passed the final examination in each grade with an average of not less than 80 per cent an...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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