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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 October 1920

?3v -ty its'" sr i -j -- in j, . jrk it-. 9sna"ili 'i"1-" i - - V "P J Tft lj jEi !P Ii I t w I iB :.. v-vr 3b r. a. 1 1 m pace ax TEN BUILDINGS BEING ERECTED IN COLUMBIA Contractors Say High Cost of Materials Lessens Number of Residences in Con struction. MUCH REPAIRING DONE Housing Shortage Causes Apart ments to Be Built Neff Hall Occupied in October. The high nrice of building materials ha not affected the erection of public buildings," said B. a Phillips of the Davis & Phillips Construction Companj today, "but lias gristly lessened the nuin lier f residences bung built in Colum bia this year." The largest buildinz now beioc erect- id here is the Boone Gimitv Hospital. twlddi, when it is completed next Sep temper, will hate cust J1W.U00 and will yntasuie 14t by 17 feet. It will lie fire proof throughout, being constructed of reinforced concrete, brick anil Bedford none. The first floor will lie taken up b a large dining loom, , a kitrhcii, an emerg .ciicy operating roitin and...

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. — 4 October 1920

v "4a3 L I' "!- "I 'l"f """s , THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1920 NUMBER 28 yylynnryM EVENING Jl i ACCIDENT AT. R0L1NS FIELD HURTS DOCTOR Dr. J. E. Jordan Knocked Un conscious by Automobile After Football Game Last Saturday. HEAVY TRAFFIC AT GATE Bruised and Cut About Body, With Probable Internal In juries Has Not Recov ered Consciousness. Dr. J. E. Jonbn, 1401 Anthony street, was seriourly injured and rendered un conscious as the result of an automo. bile accident Saturday afternoon near Rollins Field, lie had not regained full ronciou-oes up to a late hour today. The accident happened just after the football name. Dr. Jordan was cross ing the street to liis own car and had not teen the signal of the traffic officer. An automobile, owned by Mrs. It. J. Booth. J14 Hilt street, struck. Dr. Jor dan just before he reached the curbing, lie was knocked down and sustained a scalp wound and one leg was badly bruited. His shoulder and chest 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. — 4 October 1920

TgjmurarV ' STTfrjEm w K f W rv jtj ! BRHTSH ARMS English Train Troops or Conn tryJ? F'6ht Against Poland, Wjiose Army Is Backed by French. AMERICANS IN League of Nailnns ARMIES Is Called Upon by Smaller Nations to Settle Dispute on Bbundary. . Ul1huuan troop, trained and armrj "7 the British ar n..w n. !..: i.,i:.i. P trained and armed by the FrenJi. --wc rc Americans in lwth tlie tp-v log armies. Lithuania is a .mail country porth of 5" I' " demanding nfriph-h- nidc Pwtaice from Poland as well as Russia. " the Pole, claim thai the ancient " of the two kingdom, in I39shen nce Jagieilo of Liihuanie married Vueeri Yadviga of Poland, has never been dissolved. ThePoles accusal the' .JJlhnamans Oh aiding with the Reds hicli is part t lnw4',ne Rrf ''rove the Poles out f Lithuania and filed boundaries f,.r the country after Poland had refused to do so. In the main, however, the Liihuanian movement is nationalistic and seeks to recover Lithuanian speaking provinces for Lithuania. Last year...

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. — 4 October 1920

naurir" vTB"7T0Eirr! ie .ueeiing riaunea lor 8 O'clock Monday ETenlne-. IJlfJJemocratic dub of the University hold a rally ana Business meeting . die l. 31. I- A. .Auditorium 'at 8 t'doct tonight- tvery member and all nJenU who desire to become member invited to al tend. Tere '" oe several sliort talks by ideaL Democrats, vriio nave some new 'SKdnArBR- .-.-. lutings, Dea,promineBjipeaL .- - wpt to the students, probably will be set. An orchestra and quartette hare been secured for the meeting and new cam paipn songs will be i;rodoced. The membershin Mmmiiw :. 'to make its report. All reports of mem. Icrs,, made to date haw leen annr,;. mations. but the dub is l.IiMl .- have 400 or 500 members now. Democratic TO-NIGHT Y. M. C. A. Auditorium Snappy Musical Important Business . WOMEN! Be There"Coxsure" Every Democratic Student Invited T-nn W III rruyram ItaT A III! lUCCllIlg T fW TVT llli lVlUIM. llll D1TF01TEIRE7 PREVENTION IS ON OCTOBER 9 National Event Is Anniversary of Chicago Disa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 October 1920

n 3h m w .J KSP"J" i wk HHK ' r BBBBBBBBBBBBB&tlM fQiHfhTlMiriu si i it -Tiatarxrnsz. ;, FOT3!MMiirnVT5i5Tt- -1 Es jLmj v, j?y?f K,7 '""" .utiw Kf- " U-rt. AH. srascurnox turns Olj! . 40 CMM wk 1(1 ...M. -IwU - - M1 r Ul Bsnsa r.. V-. ? S . ilk. s. ' .. ' n .1 . " -" w cwm. WA.4Ji S.N., ( OrcalatlM. Jr atOlat srUl ma ! r-tuci pt, TtLTTUOXE M1IBEIU .. ...ir........... , fwat u4 antMC'"'.'.".'.'.'. ADTEfiTISiXQ MISSOURI When Coventor F. D. Gardner an nounced that be ould ask an appropri ation lor the purpose of advertising the wources of Missouri to the world at large be, did hat should have been done lone ago. It is a move which, if carried out as a Porejr business proposition, will increase the economic usefulness of Missouri. It ahould result in an increa.se in the num ber of factories located in the smaller towns and an increase in the number of null intensive farmers which are espe cially needed. This is perhaps the con sideration which lies back of the plan. j(jln spite of t...

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. — 4 October 1920

riEnCJiKnHffemi,- sr ",PfoI i t fei.or or Astronomy. i4 ,Tbe harvest moon came in all ilt t It night to shine down upon Col- ila along with the rest tit the world I nerhaps to lustra -kim of this old eld's romance. It i probably called harvest moon since it come during rest time. and heeause the light of mi!) rising may at one time have t used n harvesting. It differ from other moon only in I tic tbort difference in time of its ri'ing according to 1!. II. Baler, professor of astronomy in 'he University, "On the average, said .Mr. Uakrr, I.V. moon ri-e each night about fifty roinutf iilf lnan ' ''I on '' preced :. nitht. The moon besides it usual potion of rising and letting, make a path across the. stars once a month, and ,1 different stages along the path main jjjferent angles wmi we norizon. me 'Juirt delay "f the harvest moon in ri- I Jag it due to the path of the muon mak ing the smille-J angle viilli the horizon. CLOTH AND SILK UllTTONS Male the Best Trimming for Dresses. We ma...

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. — 4 October 1920

Ilfir J ' " ' rt7",rft',iit?rtiiiif ,. Uini?rs n v "" ft IS ri nifP . pace ax - . v. THE COLUMBIA" EVENING StlSgOtJRtAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1920 LOCAL PRICES DECLINE; NO SUDDEN DROP Shoes Show Decrease of About .8 Per Cent Wool Hose Hold Price Because of Big Demand. HARDWARE MAY RISE Suits Arc Little Cheaper, Hut Cotton and Holt Goods Have Fallen Consid erably. Gothinj prices in Columbia are Ion or tan those of list fall, the decline bring oaaed mainly on ihe supply and demand of merchandise. In the mtn'j clothing i-loirs silk and rotton iliovr a reduction. epeciaH in uk bote and neckwear. The price on Jbe cheaper tuitt are lower, but. accord ing to one Broadway merchant, the ma jority of the sulu told are or higher quality and in these there is no corre- 'ponding drop. anoes show a decrease of about 8 per cent trorn last falls prices. Shoe, that then sold for Jli50 are now stll.ng for l-5 On wool hose there is no change " price, due to the increased demand lor them lor fall and win...

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. — 5 October 1920

fPpv' , ' amy.iji. j.w... jwy "j. ' .yywHWpt.yyi" m"wJJW3f''J'-';,l;'!' '" mwoa mi wn ii1 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1920 NUMBER 28 DR. MOSS DIES UNEXPECTEDLY AT HOSPITAL THE WEATHER Death of Widely Known Phy '', " sician Follows Operation on His Tonsils Performed This Morning. rROBABLYDUETO HEART For Many Years He Was Mem ber of Medical Faculty Long Service in Local Practice. For Cumbia and vicinity: Fair to night and Wednesilay, and ruliably Thursday; continued moderate tempera, lures. For Missouri: Fair tonight and Wed nesday, and probably Thursday; con tinued mild temperatures High pressure is llir dominating fea ture, and fine Heather picvail practiral ly throughout the United Slates, and most of the southern nart i.f rjni.l.i and the northern part ol Mexico. lucre is no cold leather jn sight. Missouri roads are in rwd condition. except there are a few rough siwts be tween over and Independence. rair weaurcr will prev...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 5 October 1920

J&&aL&&l .,. ...jyii -rrp. v- - v ". "is;.? TCTPWfWR1-? --w-vSf RACE TWO The Interior of Brazil Needs Evangelizing, Says Missionary. Alter thirty years as a missionary in "rod. Solomon L. Cinsburg of Kansas "1 Mj that lie greatest need in JJruJI. o fax as religion is concerned. I j CTlneelualion of thousand, of Indiana who live in the imeiior, un reached by civilization. Mr. Cinsburg was in Colombia Friday munj his son, Robert, who is attending fbool here. He is the father of .Miss Uure Cinsburg. who was graduated from the University last jear. For the last thirty jears Mr. Cinsburg j " eB'c' 'n missionary work, and for seven years in the publication of eekly paper, in UrauL He returned lo the United States two months ago to arrange for funds and men to organize an -agricultural industrial school in the art of Brazil. For this work he needs $10,000, an agricultural expert, median! elans and teachers. There are only fie missions doing work in the Brazilian in Iterior ...

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. — 5 October 1920

" ffW WIn imiiiwi hwumi iiiiwii ' "i PKWU.. '.' "VW ii . ' ' .'i "siysjyjHsJVJgi VACANT HOUSE NOW Bf HEART OF COLIMBLV . . y n , . n l- Jimiaiurc l-og uiDin UUUi uy W. K. Baylcss When 14 Years Old Is Sis Indies High. BUILT FROM CORNSTALKS Exterior Papered With 1876 Newspaper Filled With Pat ent Medicine Adver tisements. Hcuscs iu Columbia hire been in ;rat demand for the last few years. Dnring this lort3e en; hocse tight in tie heart cf the rity fcaj Lecn vacant Real estate men and bone hunters hive alSe overlooked it. The enly one v. ho can be blaard for tic vacancy of !h.s boose is the eweer, Vk. K. Bavlcss president of the Bay Itss Abstract Company. Mr. Eay!cs3 re feses to rent las house because the last occupant vies a mud slincer and daubed the vails with mud. The boas; is enc iaJt froa the pith of com staEj. It Is jast til inches high. Dcring the close of the GrilvWar Mr. Ei)lc:s visited some cf his rclathes in Arkansas, lie was onlr II years old at this time, and hie met boys...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 5 October 1920

IffTHKfffiff ' II ! " ViTTfeTi. -t . 1 ," mamr"-. - A- --. p- . .wa. cjtWiMiSE J- "5 R'rTyJr -" - , - lMP5BWg ?3W : ? tifcr-: y v - r- IWEFotm 1 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1920 "THE rnTTTvrotA pSggMISSOURIAN fWt.M.U. -TT?. V ,mW Sufer Its i1 m .- - "IMIll 'iul.l-.l..' .-' ?"n. cii sT"-"-.."- . Hum, - n. soasaumoN bates - "! w. U su; tiil T -. u - .. . w . .. .. a , Sits. -"7i iir, wai l!USiLr'"' . JIM: 3 h - mUU M tlJvaasa " B,,. t Grtolallaas rtMkabJ i " " V"" . ' f , " P.Ht 9. Hit TtxcruoM: ktiueiu jnid -air-""".;.- (Sutra,, itton I Pol-lie CH WH00L SYSTEM Ike educational system In the United till suffering from war conditions. confronted with 4 s,,iou, situa lhan any other country in tie woild. Under p. Claxion. rommitsionrr of lira l ion. attribute the condition in srlioolt io ilio shortage of Irarh- and a lack of seating arrommoda- tion. The United Stale lacU acrnmmoda lions for 3.000.(100 pupil an.l ha a horta-e of 73j)(K elementary and l.r. 000 th sc...

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

T-f 1 mmmammmmamsmBmammmmm i-VWIIHJt'?"' ." jj. "? 1 ',w?e ""'"tf'--U" j i,1 Jft&K' ' ' "IA"1 r --,w .3L!..-x.v.u4 jjt'jiJJagafi4V'''-'i'j;: ' 'i.'- ; '..,.- ,v . . . . ,-- i-'.itfi-wV-,.: - , " TOE'COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURLAN.' TUESDAY. OCTnnPR s toon page me a; JfflWBHratiMISwHRiP THE CALENDAR 44 Grcuit Court in session. S "The Unique Wedding" by . Boone County Poultry Association . ike Hill theater. ILuVr 6 The Boone County Sunday IS School contention meets at the Presby- I; leriia Church. I October 9 Masonic Chapter to be estab- f Bsbrd. Octsbrr 8 Epwonb League SociaL October 9 Foctball Columbia High vs. Jefcrn Gty Higlu October 10 Kall Day at Columbia Presbyterian Uiurcn. October 10 Slmlent Sumlar at Broad nj .Methodic Church. October 11 American Red Cross Mem- bmhip drive begins. October 1J-16 Central Mi-muri State Teachers Anciation. Warrcnsburg. October 1H6 Northwest Missouri .Nate Teachers Association. Maryville. October 21 23 Northeast Missouri State Teachers Associati...

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. — 5 October 1920

t r $ u mi J PACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUR1AN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1920 of the stable fiy are reducing the pro duction of milk 50 per cent in Oklahoma. The hay crop on the whole is good. A fifth crop of alfalfa is growing well in Oklahoma, and a third cutting of Sudan grass is assured. The hanrest of soy bean and cow pea hay in Virginia is re ported good and the harvest is now near ly complete. Pastures are generally good for this season of the year with the exception of some districts. EXECUTIVE BOABI) IX SESSION CORN CROP IN MISSOURI CAN BE INCREASED Tests at Agricultural Expert- merit Station Show Effects of the Improved Melli- ods Used. WOULD RAISE PROFITS J - Work Here Offers Solution for Rush From Farm to City, Says Dean J-- Mumford. .i.?0. '""cased- from twenty-eight to "uny-eight bushels an t ..n n. f !,. i "Periment fields conducted by the Arri-!" uf "- cultural Eiperiment Station here due to J In the College ol Agriculture three "rHH"' melno'' astd- I appointments ...

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. — 6 October 1920

iVHpWl , , fe-cysli?';, HflW y "? -afaV" Fzg? f -- " X2 V" V 1 . t5 J THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1920 NUMBER 30 I i V1! fi IV I 1 IV m CHILDREN IN 'TEENS" NEED BALANCED LIFE Miss Lottie Bosc, in Addressing Sunday School Convention, Discussed Need forMany Interests. TAUL. H. VEITII SPEAKS E. A. Logan Welcomes Visitors Attendance Shows Ac- lie Interest in Woik. "Think of yourself in the 'teen' age." said Miss Lome May Bose, a national Sinday school woiker from St. Louis cddrcsMng the meeting of tiie iJoonc Ovnty NtnJaT Srliool Association at til' Presbyterian Church this morning. Miss Bose emphasized the need of a fourfold life in every gill and boy. She described extremists athletes grinds, to all buunfli' and pious youngsters and uid mi one admired lhee typ's. In tier epinion. the person who has equal por tions cf each of lhc qualities is the idsl individual. "We may weigh characteristic on scales aud if the) lalanee well, wr fi...

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. — 6 October 1920

"""S1 y '. 'iflyrj. 'WW''--'?-', -,LW?i- X ACETtO - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MlSSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1920 ssrii I L- PV. 4 GIVES US ?BEAGUE-TAYLOR Specision Will Be Same WW f?,rAny Party, Bible CoIIeee l?H Professor Savs. y 'i w vm iiiuu my pulling ij:r "' "x College in speaking to A? VooMraoive Democracy dub Mon--.JT. I am going to vote for it, though J,0."" "" for Cox to do And we are going to hate a Leagut -M Ixauous. I believe the Republican "J"""! i it to us. I hope I am a Poor prophet I hope mr party will give to u. But I am as sure we will get v t "m ,h" Harding will be elected. rortJiey don't dare do anything ele." Professor Taj lor .pole upon -Institutional Change Demanded by Social - t?eM'" "AccotdinS to James Rus " "" 'n ' lke or'Sloal demo- - at, he said. -When I say democrat I Bean with , liufe 4 If ,ou want De tjoericjr with a big D you must go into the other room." A burst of jazz music u jroa the meeting of the Democratic Club ia the Y. M. C A. reading room em-...

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. — 6 October 1920

"VI wt 1 -, , THE COLUMBIEVENm&ksSOm OCTOBER '6. WHS PACE UNIVERSITY NEWS lor Cornell University wbete-lie will Jo graduate tork in the Scliool of Business ami Public Administration. L. W. Girder, Ik lias keen a pica at the Sigma Nu houe, went to Wjrerljr jrsterilay. Kirl. Toolviard lias relumed fn.m MeFall where lie sprat a fen iljys v.iili hi tamiis. Mr. and .Mr. Dare Hartlrtt and Mr. sad Mr Swain of IVllmiy Iiae been in Columbia visiting friemls. Miss Carrie Tripletl, a stutlenl in llir L'nireritr. If fl for lier home at Rurlnrr today en acvount of the illness f liet ruollrtr. Union A. Ih. xWi lias Ixrn attend ing t!i" Lnivrrciiy liere, left 5aturda for Iiouliter, Colo where hi- will enter lb University of Colorado. J!. II. Emberson left today for Union, where he will address the FranLIin County Teachers' ronention on the sub ject of bos,an.l pins club work. Miss Juli M. Itocbeford will spend the week-end in Centralis doing work for the tf rieultural extension illusion of the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 October 1920

sRBPBHBHMHHH tUHHHBHH - ',"5''v - "asT " ,",''S:wr:fliTt.4. rURfptr-' fiPW I4h"'w THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1920 TUU sv-it.. " !(g;Missourian hTih JfcJJ"' tUwUs. UmMti. ASf. JdL... 328 ., s"BSCjrtlOH UTtt ih7T.4r """. gmh irr. irdu; .r " . Ai.." " rstatfl Y... siu. s. iMUt.. . .: ". tl. IUS e A4it Brra cj fttrst.tU. J-s-Uai s f ii!TT7 " "" '' T Smu liar .. j n:i . .... HU. . wC "" " " THJUTONE KLIIEUCI jwni. iSy" "i 'a"uruv'V""..'. -PMW ..JT . Si jHcvrorllnj; together, rach uirrulirr do fell's or 'wr Part Ioarl the nuUns IbLJJ"'" for l!ic famil Rsoouc irul s.vu.1 ' renAtioes ndav BMir rirnun.1 llir limlln In rest of traniportition Kill be chiixtd. The increase in ttnsportati(ra should be small for most artielM. Fijurn given out by the Bureau of Rail-war Econom irs sho tht 36J3 per cent, the iroonnt of Increase in freight rate for the roun Uy u t whole, ouU nuke an added eost of 2 rents to send a P'r s's from Boston to Kef West, a distance of 1,7-12 mile....

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. — 6 October 1920

W$JPWmlli.'-'"'W IW ' ' "" '' " V Wi'- J u,1 - -o-K'VVW.i ' - -' '" i--V ,- F HER? Ms In the Field of Spot t R PILOTS uiy TEAM ibe freshman team trotted on I Iatf evening to clash ith the iki to nse the bL Ijouis Uni rianaat'ons Director Z. C. 3ev. f took actie charge of their olfens- - Ii iris the first opportumtjr Tiger I fare had to glimpse Uevenger in top. Jnat .Missouri s new : director ill tale a personal in- every athletic team of the Uci- a assured. U TRACK )0UT I Ctich Robert 1. Simpson were to lis track prospects around the i in tingle file, they vtould male a f ritenirca considerable of the dis- r aronsd the ovaL iever in the his- J fill track and cross country work a there been such a large squad ork tott daily. The total number reaches t to the 100 mark. In the squad there IsairrUl for the distance runs, sprints I weight events. At present there is a ! of hurdling and jump candidates. HTHEFRESHVEX KLDXT GAIX IJflrr a careful drilling for two dajs Uevenger, Collins and h...

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. — 6 October 1920

"s3ssjwr"rr'''ssps wypr-iHr '?' ' 3hT ty- V"i 'Sigp -?. 5 iJSf1' " f ? 1 3- , - iW J" JA !' VIIIIMWW ? i . m fe V fe r ACE.'SdT I SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION IN : SHOE PRICES Sbowa Decrease of SI. 50 to ; $2 a Pair, According to C. B. Mil- : Ier. AN THE COLUMBIA EVENING MI5S0UR1AN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1920 INCREASE 1 Decline IN SALES Has Not A(Tixio.1 -Price of Dry Goods or General Merchandise. Shoe store, in Colombia are reJucing - . ,..,,, . result ol lower man, laclurere prices. The etfect is to Vtima. e tra.Ie. C a M.IIer reports . g.i., in receipts over last September in spile "" ucea prices to the consumer. -.. uaw m snoe prices is not temporary, like a decline in most other wmmoaiiies.- ,,, Mr. Miller of th. Atill. Ct s. " iim company, "it represents the downward tendency in the cost of . TV1?- Tt '""" 1Iity of shoe for hich you paid I&50 or $9 last year is wu'"s uus van ior f t. Mr. Miller tars that all lines of 1W '," re tin( sold at a much ber puce now than a vear ago, and...

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. — 7 October 1920

mTTTaw mum him- iiqi i i TTmrrT rnanw liirrSiiMlBMiirflWEliST ?TJ ;J";-Ta8's: EVENING MSSOURIAN THE THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920 NUMBER 31 jt - ". wrir-'t'uBaiHr(xBuivnBvBBaBiBvinTiaBw3 " aria- riB-, , j. - ,.-, kB-i'nBnBiB'ip'' i ' ' -- -i. t i iiii i i m ' bis i ' i i i rm aiain ! i i hip i wi ni.'i mm ' '- jt COLUMBIA I I! I rjEMOCRATS IN ; BOONE COUNTY ARE WORKING i .. . Will Hold Community Meetings All Over liio County Un til tlic Day of the I j ciccuon. WOMEN ARE ORGANIZING Mr. W. E. Har-hc Will Help Democratic Women in Oilier Counties to Organize. 2 A series of mmmunilv meetings, lie . iodimk tomorrow and continuing unlil "ihe day More the general election on 1 ntulr 2. -mil he held throughout BVne County 1,1 tl.c interest of ihe Don- nrnlir nnrlf. ae-ar-i.rtliiitw In j-1ii1ii1o a( Jr freaking engagements of local Deuiocrat- IJr k party leaders made public this morn s' of. by G. It Sapp, cliairman of the Dem ocratic county commuter. In making ...

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