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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 July 1921

m w PAGE FOUR - The COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Ino Jay ifNeff HalU Columbhu Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manages SUDSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash in advance Vearrtj00 6 monlhv 240 3 months tlM By the week 10 cents single copies S cents By Hail in Boone County Ycar 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year k50 3 months 123 month 43 cents Paable in adtancc Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail pat ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Ncna 274 Advertising -and Circulation f 55 HOWTIIEFARMER IS AIDED The worth of the College of iire to the farmers of the state seldom nas been better shown than in a recent rcportof experiments with wheat The experiments covered a long period f j cars and embraced several thousand different varieties Bccaise of the length and Kope of the test no farmer -or group of farmcracould have undertaken it The investigation results in the production of to or three Jiew ...

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. — 2 July 1921

In tlfeTwriJfSport JERSEY CITY IS OVERFLOWING Trains and Ferry Boats Bring Thousands to Witness Great Fight Bl HEJRT L JAWtlXl United Press Staff Correspondent Jcisei Dtv N J July 2 Jersey Ot teemed today with lie eruptions of a human volcano Tube train rolling under the Hudson Hiver at minute intervals were jammed 1 quarters irom early morning Ferries on fait scldules carried their thousands of pe desmans and hundreds of automobile Trains from the west dumped dustyj trarl stained passengers from adjoining stales and cities Tiuuiandsof men and women and childien Mere in the lines extending for LIucks amy from the windows where general admission tickets were passed out for five dollars The line leaders most -it whom Drought stools camp t chairs anil lunch baskets apparently thought nothing of an all night wait to get a place in the big Jiowl fax back from the ring in which the two contest ants would look like two miniatures Tuo thousand police including the Jcrse City force with addi...

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. — 2 July 1921

0 1 IVt J f i firs ri h i if i I SJ aS6S3BrV - - 7 It t St PACE STX HJicJ lo the limit - - f SAYS COLLEGES WAMTOBOSS Council Head Claims Institutions Seek to Dominate Higher Drs Morse la July 1 The insti lotisos I higher learainjr are assuming to dictate everything resardins the rec ognition if what i standard and accep table in public education and tins seek to dominate and control public policies r iitSe Weils and public efforts This is prwarnent that the attempts to meet this desund arc increasing public to an unprecedented deiree and are alarming the managers uf public eteslan and sreocdary education be ciaM tbev ate disturbed in tbe public rrvice both as ttr tenure and salary statement was made here twliy by ilraer II Srerley president of the lixat C oaeil oT Edocali n at the iaf sesiuti if the OnrociPi annual cud- vfttlian TJe American educational system ie said H mted for recent endeavors raise iran1 uni of racne by gifts by IBM and by advance in tuition Isr ioiet to possess ...

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. — 5 July 1921

THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR JARM BODIES PLAN COMBINE IN THIS STATE Union of Farm Bureau Federa tion and Farmers Asso ciation Is Talked Today WOULD AFFECT 100000 Executive Committees at Jeffer son City Appoint Eight Men to Report on Project Br VnittJ Pttu JrnxRSON Qty July 5 Plans for the union of she two leading farmers organ- irinons in me stale meeting over a hundred thousand farmers were made loda The meeting was attended by the executive committees of the Missouri Farm Bureau Federation and the Mis souri Farmers Association William Hirth of Columbia head of the IsUer was one of the delegates Sn the meeting After an all day conference presided pier by D M Cause of Dallas County Missouri Farmers Association tative it was decided to create a commit tee of eight to Investigate both the souu rarm uuicm j cacrauon ana Mis souri Farmer Association to ascertain how both are ran A working agree ment will be prepared At aecond con ference completion of the plans for or ganization will be...

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. — 5 July 1921

IS fee i rKs 1 STt PAGE TWO SAYSJBELAM BADLYNEEDS RELIEF FUNDS Deputy Lord- Mayor of Cork - Bitterly Denounces the i Tactics Employed by British CLAIMS GREAT LOSSES Contends That- Sinn Fein Army Is Belter Equippe and Stronger Thari Six Months Agb s J i f Bi Lloyd huxX Unhid Press Staff Correspondent London July 5 IrrLin nwJ Amor icau relief funds and nreds llit m liadh Barry Egan deputy lord mayor of Corl declared today He Hatty denial aser twos made in British governmental quartrrt that Irelands prosperity has re momi need of outsfJe financial aid -Tale llw cae 7 llie burning of Cork Egan said e had a property damage of 3000000 pounds in one night Immediately thereafter from 800 to 1000 persons needed assistance That vas some months ago jet a number of these distress cases must still be cared for This requires money and e get nouting from the British for such worL As a matter of fact its absurd for officials of the British goernment to say Ireland docs not need relief The total pro...

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. — 5 July 1921

Mrs J M Allen and Alice Cardwell will entertain the Ehia Per kinson Grcle of the Broadway Methodist Church at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon at the liome of Miss Cardwell 1215 Hud son avenue The Margaret Elwang Grcle of Kings Daughters will meet at 230 oclock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs S L Dudley 27 Allen place Mr and Mrs Thomas N Dysart of St Louis who spent the week end with Dr and Mrs W P Dr 1512 East Broadway returned to their fame yesterday jurs riora woodard entertained at two tables of bridge last night at the Phi Kappa Psi house Those present were Mr and Mrs A G Spencer Mr and Mrs G B Rollins Mr and Mrs E A Logan Mis Ruth Wildraan who is the guest of Mrs Rollins Mrs W T Stephenson and Mrs Mary McCune Miss Sabra Niedcrnejcr and Miss Mary Susan Estes left yesterday for La Belle where they wjll spend cetera weeks with Miss NiedermeyerV sister Mrs Horace McKim Mr and Mrs J H Longwell arrived this morning from Pullman Wash to visit Mrs Longwells parents Mr and Mrs J W Mon...

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. — 5 July 1921

a -- RF r - - 1 - - 2 PACE FOUTi ZTic columbiVevenIng Published every CTcning except Sunday by the Missonrian Publish ing Association Inc Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON JIanacir Ot Cash in advanoe Year Jl 00 6 months 100 3 months 41JDE By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 5150 4 months tim Outside the county iear 450 3months 125 month 45 cents Iaable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail mat ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 4 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 - STATE IMMIGRANTS l Statistics given out by a department m Washington informs us that in the past nine 3 cars ending r in December J920 43427 immigrants landed in this country with Missouri as their objective destination Of these 10156 were ad- mittcd as common laborers 7307 farm laborers 610 farmers 5638 skilled work men 4234 domestic servants and tlie balance divided into small groups rep resenting piofcssional occupations Su...

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. — 5 July 1921

M tity of Missouri Mis Murphy is MriJ - Wilson now and alter lturty nine years ft lus returned Jo file op in the f College of Agriculture gF Mr Wilson waF graduated in 1852 I and received the degree of Principles of Ct Pedagogy She has recently been elect- I ed Mipeiintendent of the high school at Edgar Springs and is taUng work in the University thii summer to meet the requirement in agriculture demanded by the State Board of Education under the Smitli Hugfir Act Vhen I as a girl Mrs Wilson wid wimendid n6t study entomology 1 pr agriculture -But things hate changed since then x - I am happy to jet hick apd feela young a any of these fluffy haired girls J see on tlie campus But all the old -- iamiliar buildings are gone- Let me tee Tliere was no Academic Hall- The Main building where most of tlie classes were held and where e had assembly ctery morning was tlie ohl one that burned in 1887 - Its columns are the ones that stand on the quadrangle now Then there was tlie Medic Hall a fr...

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 July 1921

s r PACE SIX rti iUittbJ2ii riUJItl HAPSBURGSTS THING OF PAST rl Bencs of Czccho Slovakia fcfSays Karl Will Not At- fc luiipi UilCSUll AUSTRIA His Throne HESSIMISTIC SKrCentral Europe More Prosper ous Than Before the War t Attempt to Budget Balance llv A J West yWmleJ Irest Slaff Coircspordent LJmo 1 mail The Hapjburps i arc dead ami buried 1- Ju this manner vtilli a sicnificant 3 r I - I CH jnaf u nit iiaqu in nriics rriincu jn Ti TM ill imrjtjcn iu ci irm jcim iiiui ItKarI n jilanning a wcoiid dash to regain r IfDr Icne a joung an J brilliant statrS man vim ilirccts the jpolic uf 51oaUa anJ the coauthor with 31 - Jake Jfintcu of tlie Little Entente1 IsnjSis Siting London as a member of the 5 r jVtnienomfnls oninnbion M tlie League fijj ytf alions JvWfiat happened at Easter he left KSh tigmiicant anu more man mete mptonutic It t3s decisite It thawed that were the Ilapburg to ri Rdiaor to iie from their tombs the yLillle Entente had buth the power and tbe i to compel their return to...

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 July 1921

INSISTS STATE HIGHWAYS BE Malang Formerly State High way Engineer Urges Dirt Road Advocates Be Broadminded IS DAY OF AUTOMOBILE Praises Work of E W Stephens President Missouri Old Trails Road As sociation if n Suit CuTllntnJenl Jefiwok Gty July 6 A tribute to the unselfish efforts of E W Stephens cf Columbia president of the Missouri Old Trails Ruad Association was paid hr Join M Malang former stale high way engineer in a talk daring the pub lic bearing of the roads and highway committee of the House of Representa tives late yesterday afternoon JAfter n years of effort ten 5 ears of unself ish efforts by men like Mr Stephens here we have reached a time yrhen the contruction of a system of hard surface roads for Missouri is possible said Mr Malang However he continued it is still possible that the efforts of these men may have been in vain Mr Malang spoke for more than an hour before the houe committee severe ly criticising the advocates of dirt roads and lboe supporting plans for th...

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 July 1921

ftTT - fv SHT r te PAGE TWO At a printers lan5uetVliich was given in New York Gty several jears before the death of Mark Twain lie told the story of his printers apprenticeship If maj he that the printer of today ii not the printer of thirty 6ve jears ago I knew the latter well I built the Ere for him I brought water from the village pump I swept out hit office I picked up his tpe nd if he was there to teer I put the good type in his case and the broken ones among the hell matter and if he wasnt there to see I dumped it all with the pi I washed the rollers I washed the forms I folded the papers I carried them around in the disagreeable dawn on Thursday morThngs The carrier was then an object of intense interest to all the dogs of town If I had sated up all the bites I recehed I could keep M Pas teur busy for a ear We had 100 town subscribers and 350 country lines the town subscribers paid in groceries and the country ones in cabbage- and cord wood when tliey paid at all which was me...

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 July 1921

h iji L News of Columbia Society Miss Corinne Mackry society editor will appreciate it if yoa trill telephone society items betaeen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mrs W XL Dinwlddic 1403 Paris roid entertained witS a party from 330 to 530 oclock Testerday afternoon in honor of the third birthday of her little son Joel Carter Dinwiddie Those pres ent were Mary Jane Hill Rose Baily Helen Rose Greed Mary Margaret Drib ble Jane pibbs Marine Eichellierger Frances Shirker Martha Keen Sarah Elizabeth Glenn FsrajLee Rodpcrs Phil lip Simpson Alice Ann Speer Jack Nowell Richard Arnett John Hrnry Banmgartncr Robert Glen ri and i Robert Bruce Alford Miss Dorothy Broeffle told Etories to the children on the lawn which was decorated with nags and bal loons Mr and Mrs N D Eans and daugh ter Mary Fulton gravel left yesterday afternoon for CEicago and the Great Lakes and will be gone about a month They will isit friends and relatives be fore returning to Columbia Mrs J E Thornton 301 Hit street will ...

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. — 6 July 1921

A - - kr 3mi JAe COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAtV every eiening except j Sunday liy me rumisn ing Association Inc Jajf II ticS nail uiiumuio iuissouii AJLFOKSO JOHNSON Maces t bi suBSUlllliiur tunta 5 C Dt Cashin advancciTear 100 months 200 3 months 100 A By llie wccV 10 cents single P6 copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone Count Year 300 6 months 150 4 months S- 100 r K Outside lhe count Year HSO 3 months 125 month 45 cents riyahle in adrancc f Member Audit Bureau of Circula 4 tions t f Entered as second class mail mat- tcr r - TELEPHONE NUMBERS w Nei 274 55 - fEACOCK LANE ar aSi A peacock lane as the dirt road ad vocates hate referred to the proposed hard surface highway between St Louis ud Kansas Cilj will do far more than giatifytheManity of louring motorists hecause sucli a highna will sene a larger number of people than any other road of equal mileage in the state Not onl is the population of the counties -through which such a road would run excluding St Louis and Kansas Gty larger than...

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 July 1921

SSL Phone 55 rOK iALE Call 15W A - In theFklWotSpiM STHBENTS TfilM SOIDIERTEAM Bundled Hits Pilo Up Score Mailers and Bar bers Tonight With six runs off Hill in the first in- Lung Irie Students -tool an early lead ana aruouea me ooiuiers in a JU to 1 defeat in the fourth game of the Twi iiglit feries played last night lira a southpaw hurled a good game for the students though hampered by a lame arm which slowed him up considj erably m the last innings Hall nn the slab for the Soldiers put out a poor brand of pitching and after a total of en runs hid been gleaned from him and the errors of his teammates was retired b Duncan The Students failed to break the ice after the first though the threatened scleral times until early in the tilth it hen Ketehura made first n an rrrof Spuehier followed him to the plate sending him to third on a two basher Mealek then swatted the pill for three bags scoring two runs and put ting himself within easy scoring distance when the nut man up hit The inn...

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 July 1921

Hfifo as Srarue N clinic in curoiogy ituu fc 1 A l Ksmracitmidt has teiJirlutncdio Columbia He was any SSF otirat a month During the medical con- rntinn tarious medical iralermties new fr Iinffi nn Dr Kamnchinidt said Will mtrmlnl the Phi Scia Pi luncheon Miwitiri was ell represented by doctors - from Kansas Gty St- Louis Joplin St Joiii and other cities Dr ISi cmnidt vajJlic on plrjsician to go from here jiK v He ibilcd in New York on the rc turn trip BtV Dr Karnpsclimidt va3 especially in-fag- litwicd it llie vork of the Sjracuse jK clinic where a group of phjsicians WlB I1 famoo Iao clinic sjtera is practicing together each prcjaling jki in liw particular linevand letting a bet fv ter sjieeialiMd doctor attend to other Sv nrcdruf tlie patient Dr KamiMlimidt said that uviy patient did nit go JH I llin vnli hr wlioe mill but when hi3 illnev was pecificd he va nt dialelj to a frfciali t In caes where J the cause of the patients illness is if drrjliIfiiL he is ghen a tlionuifIi pr x-...

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 July 1921

I -- ----- - r ffiBMBMLBBBWMiiB - - E WSTEPHENS MAKES STRONG ROAD APPEAL Wins Greater Consideration From Roads Committee Than Other Route Advocates- POINTS OUT ADVANTAGES Larger Population Better Farms and Higher Automobile Registration Along -This Road By Stall CertetpemdenU Jefferson Crry July 7 A plea for hard surface roads a stale system of tighviays and the designation of the Old Trails road as the state highway between Kansas City and St Louis was made before the roads and highway com mittee of the House yesterday afternoon by E W Stephens of Columbia Mr Stephens who is president of the Missouri Old Trails Road Association pointed out that the counties through which the road runs hue a larger popu lation greater automobile registration higher assessed valuation and greater value of farm products than the coun ties through which any of the competitive routes runs Mr Stephens not only was received by the committee with more con sideration than any other route advocates who bate ...

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. — 7 July 1921

ETf V I J - i trii r m PAGE TWO I jute had a great many birthdays in myJjine X remember the first one very inYL and Ilnajs think of it with 1 cation everything was to crude lines I Iridic primeval Nothing IiVe this at alL lo proper appreciative preparation made nothing really ready Nowjor a person born vvilli high and delicate instincts even the cradle wasnt whitewashed nothing ready at all 1 hadnt an hair I hadnt any teeth I hadnt any clothes I had to go to my first banquet just like that Everybody came swarming in I Well I stood that as long as well you mow I was bom courteous and I stood It an hour and then the worm turned I was the worm it was my turn to turn and 1 turned I knew very -well the strength of my posilion 1 knew that I was the only spotlessly pure and enl person in that whole town and II came cut and said so And they could not say a word It was so true They blushed they were embarrassed Well that was the fust after dinner speech I ever made I think h was after dinner...

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. — 7 July 1921

pACrTFDUKT WP5 MMWMBWlSgrewwKj iiiiiiiiiiiiwiMWMaMwiiwwiiinii Published every evening except Sunday by the lUsourian Tublish ing Association Inc Jay H Neff Hall Colombia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceb B SUBSCRIPTION RATES CitytXash in advance Year 100 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the -week 10 cents single r copies Stents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Jl Member Audit Bureau of CircuU i tions Entered as second class mail mat- ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News - 274 Advertising and -Circulation 55 UNION SERVICES Churches in Columbia are proving too small for the accommodation of the at meetings have been instituted to take care of the over flow and many people have been turned away from the church in which the services are held because there was no room for them to enter The prime objective of union services is to draw the people of different creeds closer together but when the tempera tu...

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. — 7 July 1921

m iMui Corinne Machef society editor ui appreciate it if ou uill telephone P society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mr ml Mrs Berry McAIester Eat jllinkson will liave M their riimU for ttlie weekend Mr and Mrn W A Frneier of Jeffrrwn Cily They will at Menu the opening ot the Country Uuli J tomorrow night Mr and Mr John Iml Allen i Lnoume the blrtli thii morning of 8 little daughter whom thejr have named Iijhi1 tli Armistead Mr and Mr Illicit Moore and daugln iters Katherine and Klizabeth of at lLouit returned to their home tlerday after tpendme the Fourth of July with Mr Moores tiarrnts Col and Mra W J Moore on Wilvn attune Mire Mary Anna Iliiuljel of Kansas Gty who is visiting Ineiidi in jilumma for cevtral wreki is unefiilinR a lew days Villi Mri T M Maugh 715 Missum Mia S C Hunt went to Jeffeison City veiterday to attend a meeliiiR of the democratic f late committee bhe re- turned to Columbia laM nifcht Mrs 0 W Norris and ton Junior of BPoolar niuff who have lwen lim...

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. — 7 July 1921

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