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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 June 1921

- PAtfE roiw T7e c3tMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published rnaistf incept Sunday bythe Mfssourian Publish ing Association Ine Jay H Neif HalL Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacis SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cub in advance Year 1 00 6 months 2100 3 month 1100 By the week 10 cents j tingle copies 5 cent By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months JlOO Outside the county Year 150 3 monlhsa 125 month 45 cents Payable III adtance MemberAudit Bureau of Circula tions r Vi Entered as second class mail mat- Ki ter fe TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 Advrrtfsinp LnA Circulation M 3 S THE PARTY SPUR Friends of disarmament in the inter cat of international peace may now con tinue with renewed hope their pleas for a rational governmental policy Al though no announcement favorable or adverse has come from the cautious lips of the President the widespread desire fori an Anglo-Japanese-American confer- ence on naval programs seems a step nearer realization This is because friends of the administrat...

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. — 29 June 1921

Jw the Field of Sport SOLDIERS WIN NO HIT GAME Duncans Pitching Features 11 to 0 Victory Ovjr Postoffiee in TwilightLeague The Soldiers nn lhcir optiimfbiHIc snnst the loslonice clerk last might in llie firt fame ol the Twilighttfjcsgue series When the smoke of battle cleared away at the end f the seventh inning the score n II iqfl Duncan of the Soldiers pitched a no- lit game incidentally lanjiine 16 mm is Uie Erst m innings His first ball pitched neatly made a casualty of Pitch 1 er Wells of the Poslofice but alter hit ting this first man he settled down and kept the postal lads guessing Wells did fair service on the mound for the first file innings but the Sol dier found the range in the last two and pounded out several drives for ex tra bases Soldier Curler poled out a home run to deep center in the last in ning with the basis full shortly before his team mate Ward hit for three bags 4nd came home on a pass all Tbe early Innings were featured chiefly by scratch singles and error...

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. — 29 June 1921

B O PACE SIX iffsrf IJBRAKIAN COMPILES LIST V -v - rancrd byH O Sererance Publication cvrently received by ihe VnivCTSitrlbraT have been listed by -Henry O -Severance librarian and Ui lftis readyfordistribotion from the li brarians office Ill Library ISuildmg The bulletin liow approximately 2- v 000 -different daily weekly and monthly y oblieatioia from pubihing homef throughout life Vnited Stales and from reveral foreipi countries Annual pub- ligations and continuations have not been included - i i Tlii list has been published with the nlenln of facilitating the location of titles in the large and important collec lirni nf current periodical literature re ceived by the library The Kconi part rf the bulietin rontafes tJie list of pmiealicats currently trreived in the branch libraries and laboratories This the first puMiwlion vf this kind incc 1910 - STUDENTS TOURING COUNTRY Bk - I W Four Hoys Kmm Pulitzer School of Journalism Stop Here - Four students of the PuTitzrr School dfJJrnwI...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 June 1921

JEHE COLUMBIA rotoGMTSSOT TKT Al SEVEN LOCAL MEN FINANCE THEATER 50000 Will -Be Cost of -New Moving Picture House on Site of Old Trails Carage NAME NOT YET DECIDED Kansas Gty Architects Draw nans for Building Which Will Be of Most Modern Type Columbia is to lure new 50Q0Q moving rwture theater Seven Colum bians including Will E Smith tnd T K Citron and three or four nainrinwn people are furnishing the capital for the Hew hmUin Tt 1 L i the OJd Trails Garage on Broadway The new building will bare a 60 foot front and ran back 140 feel The style of the architecture i to be Italian Renaissance and it will be of the most raoncrn type lor picture Incaters Smok ing rooms for the jnen and rent rooms for the wonvn will be included In the architects plans It is planned to arrange the entrance nd exits of the theater so there will be no conflict between incoming and out f irgejowds The rating capacity will be between 1200 and 1500 Denote Dr jaiis oi ice interior hm hing hare not been decided K...

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 June 1921

mmmmmimmmimMimimwmminmFiiimmmmmmmam wmimii niiga KL viz ifc Vm PACE TTO TRADE RIVALRY ON SOUTHERN Soulh America the Diadem in t the Struggle for Posses W sion of Commerce U S Leads BRfTAIN FIRST TO KULE Recem War Left England a Close Second With A ca at tie Top and Japan tit aSuroThird BxAt J Wist Umttd Press Staff Correspondent Lom6 Jane 292South America is -today the briffaest jewel in the diadem j of trading nations na one oi ine nccncsi rstruMles in the Vty of commerce u now in Tiropess or posseiMon oi a priceless treasure This is the opinion of Sir Kingsley Wood M P naiHamenfVry priae sec retary to the Minister of llcalth and an -authority on Sooth Americn trade and affairs The charnpionhw is bein played mainly 1o the Argentine Republsc id Sir King dey The etakes are 100JJOO000 pounds and for the moment the- United Slates are winning Great Britain it is only fair to My was once the undifnuted champion or v need she be afraid of the reason whr she wis thrown off her form It was ...

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 June 1921

4R N Miss Cbrinne Maekey society editor stiff appreciate it if you Kill telephone society items Utueen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274J Mr and Mrs Walter Miller 1516 Wil son avenue announce llie engagement of their daughter Edith lo tlie Iter Wil liam of St Louis The marriage -will tale place in the early autumn Mrs LceD Asb at lie Hii Gamma Delta house entertained lift afittniMn are spending tliii V here Tlie invited guest werr Rabbles Cotton Virginia IlotlncH Arlinq Bodgers Mary Helen Mrs J I Jones for two months left to day tor Sante Fe whrre slie will visit Mrs Otero Wairen before returning to her home i Miss Mary Guitar left this rooming for tier Home in St Joseph aitrf spending a week with Mrs Kate Hcrine 19 Allen rce Raymond llrtzler and Mr and Mrs Harry Fauer of St Louis will arrive to morrow to spend the Fourth of July with Mr and Mrs Frederick Hetzler on West Ernadvra Mrs Mar- Fern Kampschmidt left to day for Kansas City where she will visit her aunt Mrs Albert Mclntyre for ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 June 1921

mr t 1 r S V - - ut M TJf -4 i Returns of the - tV - 4 - V- jyempse Shop - - arpenmer Will be posted on the 1 id- v wmt Bulletin Bard r V The Missourian will re i cetg a blow-by-blow re - porf Wafcfe fte bulletin board and then thet story in i - Saturdays MssoUriarf - - i 4 - tLi2 i

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 June 1921

CM T 1 - I m n mini i i iw i i in i iii iimw i ininTiirnnimiTnna iii r rirr TiiraTiwniMwnrniiry ir rni i i 1 1 imimii in n w iibi if A - V AIR TRAFFIC MAY GET GOOD LANDING FffiLD Areo Club Revives and Plans to Be Active in Getting Fly- ing School in Uni versity THEY MIGHT GET PLANE Project Will Advertise City and May Be Inducement for Mail Ships to Stop Here Willi the cooperation of the Commer rial Club the local business men and the students interested in an aero cfub hope to bring to life the plans com menccd a year ago for an airplane land ing field in Columbia An aero club wa formed In the Uni versity in March 1920 with sixteen charter members ill of whom were ab ators in the late war Ten of these men are able to rite instructions in fly king and it is their desire to hare the School of tngineertng offer a course in aeronautical engineering as an addition po the curriculum I Prospects for the establishment of a flying field in Columbia are Letter now than they ever hue been befo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 June 1921

fl V Is- - - PAOESEC e Lft Mmte - iK J IP Stf TAeCOLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Association Inc Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON JUruetn SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gly Cash-in-advance Yer tO0 6 months 200 3 months 100 Br the week 10 cents tingle copies S cents Br Mail 1n Boone County Year 300 6 months L50 4 months 1X0 Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions S Entered as- second class mail mat- St ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS jHAiivertising and GrcuUtlon S t J k 274 55 V YOUR FOURTH OF JULY Nut until a mother or lather looLs spun a burned bit of humanity perma nently maimed by the loss of an eye -or a finger does that family realize that it is face W face with one of the worlds f - most pitiful tragedies a suffering child Iniured by an avoidable accident jbl Lat lyear a Columbia boy was shot intUC IKatl LHUtutau -v - s ether friends were celebrating the Fourth f lulv Th...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 June 1921

i f - t s wtr r - j ssitnrr4 stw - je fff 6 jf vfsr tTHsw ranFsiaE 7uatBMsBjaaaiBjr Lefty Pruilt Is Now Playing With Tulsa Qub of West cm League HasiHad Poor bucVcss M U LOSESACE HURLER Tulsa Sports Writers Praise Former TigeisPlayer Though He HaWoii j No Gardes A evere blow 14 Missouris pennant hop for neit season Is Ifie way John Miller retiring athletic Wntotjj sunn up the defection o Hubert S lLeftT Pruilt who mm Mauris ace harlrr dunng the season rest closed and who 11 l 1 couiu cNir comcvi any Toounasrnan in the Valley for premier hmtors Is now plating with the Tulfa rab ihe WeifC em League Several months agcy vrtTen Jroitt timed with the St Lritais Browns afs cording to Miller he pTornSedtieTigrr leader mat ne wouift merely pledge tm KtTicea to that club bat VtinuM -not en gage in organized baseball until the clofe vof the 1922 Missouri VaUeyv race for the flag MurptivVlm ciuibt the Tigers last season knew of ttih gree J ment and the fact Hiat hetatend to retnrn is partly res...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 June 1921

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

THIRTEENTH YEAH HARDING MAY COTO MEETING IN HONOLULU fnsidtnt or His Representative Will Attend Pies Con gresi of Woihl Next October HAWAIIAN EDITOR HERE Ford Confeib With Dean Wil liams on Permanent Or ganization of Pan Pacific Union Prtident Warren C Harding may at mi the Press Congres of the Woild n Honolulu next Octcbcr It wa learm J IdUj flora Alexander Hume Fold sec jrtary and director fit the Pan Pacific ismb o stopped off in Columbia to in on hi return from Washington to lie Htwaiiin Island to see Dean Walter Villums pieident ol the Congte JryWt Hirding i m t sure ot being I 41c to attend the tensions but il nut tame high govcraiuciu menu win icp trwl him President Harding 13 of tturf a member of the Press Congress Mr Fold conferred null Dean tims regarding the permanent organiza not of the Pan Pacific Union following it sessions of the Pre Congress He sis been in Washington since Journal ea Week when he was a speaker here ulxng arrangement with President Harding concerning ...

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 July 1921

3 - - - i - sr - t - j ji ir - - v - -- - jsfc TleXea Building nil Br Opened With a Pait the Members on Jul fl LETTER TEUS Vim OFCOMTIONS NEAR MOSCOW American Friends Service -Re Relates Story j of very Day Life in Russia FEW TRAMS AND CABS Most People Walk and Only - One Piece of Business gJ Js Possible Eacli If EDITORS NOTE The Moving is a y letter ol Miss Anna Haines ol - town N J representative of the Am- Jrf eticon Friends Service Committee in Moscow Russia uhich was not uritlen ft J I f puuicaiwn Aitss tomes vat iul j3 Ha fUOT September 1917 imi biV i 1919 srofAinj r under Kerenshy and - spending eight months in Omsk daring Kohhals regime She is now in charge J l lb rW in behalf o the under- nourished children of Russia j 8 MJie iritonewkl St fSn Mokcow Kuufa M December 8 1920 - Mother jvn typing lechaiqtie is still quite -le V 4B freivr HI practice a Lit on my home lrtleri Really at ihincj to here vei e JJJ Jone a lot aince my arrival and Ill take h it lor ranted Hut ou tee o...

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. — 1 July 1921

j i 31 mttumsmmmiia jfAiNirsTriBr The best seller of thc recent best sell era has been Sinclair Lewis Main Street vhich a short time ago was re l viewed in iheEfeningMissourian Main Street already gone through eigh teen reprints -arid s still merest emaiid even though its fair minded readers real lie that it is exaggerated and tic The small towns of the Siiddle West are not like Gopher -Prairie Lewis imag Inary town- is pictured I is true that there exist In every towntif -around three thousand many el ibi characters which kept Gopher Fraiie in the mud but they arc mncb in the minority Jlr Lewis -would have ns believe that the jeopleof the smallJown wehypdK trites who devote themselves entirely to grabbing all they can get and opposing every movement toward progress One has but toiisit any of the thousand such towns in ihc very district where the scene is laid Minnesota to sec a com- raunUy of Vidcawale progressive citizens who seize eVery opportunity to improve their towiu - He pra...

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 July 1921

tmmBsimmmmimmmmmmmmmmemamw0mnaimarmiimKmivi i isgiwTisg f y t t r4 i N iVfe5 0f Columbia Society t t - - S Woj Corinne Macktj society editor iTtdtpkonc 274 The marriage of Miss Beatrice Watts daughter of Mr and Mrs W II Walts 1113 Paquin street to Thomas B Tate i of Aurora HI- look place in Chicago i Saturday Mrs Tate was graduated from the School of Journalism in June 1920 She 4 nas a member of Gamma vUpha Chi - honorary adrertising sorority At enf she is employed as adrertising man- Vger by the Elgin Daily Courier Mr r Tate is a newspaper man in Aurora be lnnpinr In a nanlr which is nnder the came management as the Daily Cornier The couole will come to Columbia next month to usit Mrs Tates parents Mrs Nason Vaugh 22 South Fifth street returned to her home last night after an extended trip in the East Mr and Mrs Vaugh left the latter part of May for a visit among friends in St VlLouis Niagara Falls Buffalo New York Of and Washington D While in lew York they attended a conference of...

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. — 1 July 1921

mm- - - Phone 55 FOR SALE- tier Uver Hopes in First Round Dcmpsry will fight at Jersey I City tomorrow it fight fans in Columbia lave the right dopfc With but few ex ceptionv tUcj all want a sje the French man v in tut levf eyenpconcede him the abilit to stay the frill twelve rounds Work at Loth camps hat been chad cued with mystery for the last few days Deiupoe put on hi last exhibition bout jelcrday and broke camp to take an ilr ulutc rct near the arena until the on founds Little is known of the activities at the Carpentier headquarter tut French newspaper men who Jure teen but French newspaper men jf hate teen little of their champion since Jlis arrival cs this side are allowed access to the farm of mjstery Tex Bickard lias promised fans vEo lave gathered for the fight that hostili ties mut commence at 3 oclock eastern diyhght saving time Wire reports will reach Columbia at about 1 uclock Salur cay afternoon This is the wa fight fans in Columbia Asi lit ht wi nn A C Brown Tiger B...

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

IV 1 fff 5b m Ert2f V vPV pace ax STATES GRAB -MOTOR TRACKS Free Distribution of War Left- overs Ranknfpts War Department Jiv L c Mums Unilrd Iicss Staff Correspondent Washinctox Juljl Wlica the war tru vi many Americancilics nd ilbpa uanlnl captured German can- in and irutliine guns thai it looted as tlxmei Uncle Sara would Iutc to order a lot from tie Kruprj to give aha It noiv derclops that lK denand far u tftonTrw w til rlLtt tiv a J 1 f al i tt ujauu mi iuuic iaifiMi tiuu nuiiu lias banlruiXed I lie War Department In one item and lias bitten deeply into ill f applies in other was I Mutr vehicles trucl imxtly lead the litt Tlie free distribution of thete to the- Hatci is a scandal Senator Waiijuorth chairman f the wnate mil 7try affair committee declares - TIu drbanrli of the free distribution rf rovcrumui prierty lias rone far TOonta aid Wadoiortk I canurll understand I lie appetite that is aroused in a State Highway cotsmiftioner liheii lie understand- that the War Department ...

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

Champion Floors Carpentier With Stiffening Right Then Knocks Him Out for Count 60000 WITNESS CONTEST French Champion Unable Stand Up Under Terrific Blows of American to Vtlni Prat Jersey Oit N J July 2 Jack Dempsey proved himself the greatest fifViting master in the world when he blocked out Georges Carpentier in the fourth round1 today Two vicious right tndfd the fight cinching the champloaa claim on the tide A minute after the round started Dempsey crashed his right to ft iaw who went down in Hi own romtr wilh Descamps looking at him In absolute terror Dempsey stood two tires away poised with his right in readiness Carpentier rose with an ef fort and Dcmpsey landed another ter rific right to the jaw just one minute and sixteen seconds aler the round suited When the Frenchman Tell he rocked she whole stand Dempsey stood over 11m not to be fooled by the gong as he was at Toledo two years ago There was no need for the count Carpentier nis out Dempsey seemed to come out of a deep thou...

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. — 2 July 1921

o H -MM PAGE TWO Orrl IMPORTS SHOW BIG REDUCTION MLASFtEAR Merchants Using Manufactured Articles That Are Ready for Use Continue ers MAY BE DUE TO TARIFF Higher Rate Expected Prohahly Caused Importers to Lay in Stock of Finished Products Importers of manufactures are the onl American patrons of foreign pro ducers who are not cutting down heir imports in the fiscal jear 1921 Manu facturing material imported in crude condition is less than half as much in value aslhat of 1920 The total value of manufacturing material imported in the fiscal 5 car 1921 which ends with the current v month will he put a trifle over 1000006000 against 2142000000 in the Immediatel preceding fiscal jear and will be less in value than in 1919 1918 or 1917 Manufactured articles for further use in manufacturing will be buljabout 510000000 against 801000 OOOtn 1920 Foodstuffs in crude condi lion will be but about 160000000 against 622000000 in the immediately preceding tear It is in the manufactures leady for ue...

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. — 2 July 1921

r m kUI appreciate U if you trill telephone society items betaeai 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Announcement have been received in Columbia of the marriage of Miss Ruth McCurry daughter of Dr and Mrs VT T McCurry of Little Rock Art to diode A Brown of Rich Hill June 19 The wedding took place at the plantation home of Mrs McCurry 4 miles cast of El Dorado Mr Brown received her bachelors degree at Ouachita College in Arkadel phia last year and received her masters degree this J ear specializing in modern languages She is a graduate of the lit tie Rock High School Mr Brown is a graduate o the School of Journalism of the class of 1911 He is now an oil operator with holdings in Texas Louisiana Missouri and Arkan sas lie formerly was a newspaper man holding positions in St Louis Oklahoma Gty Muskogee San Antonio El -Paso and other places Mr and l4 Brown are living at Leola Ark Mr and Mrs Lynn Banks and daugh ter Betty of Kansas Gty and Mrs John Keiphley of Center arrived in Colombia today...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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