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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 July 1921

St Vf si r m k - - n pA t t S fc 3 fvPACE SIX ui a jus iti a us- Iiglit League eA Here isIioK tlicj ttand in the Tnilighl af Iikiguc 1 Ntlljimit ESr jnankrrs 1 BE1 ft Sddiirs 1 a3 Ilarhcrs KB IVstorVc S3 J f J Cm i i Pliiitrrs 0 Clerks 0 I- Pet 0 1000 0 1000 1 500 1 500 1 rO0 1 000 1 000 The mail carriers liunililcil the Bar icrs in an eipht Inning game lal nfcht IVtoflicr force taking llic long end of a 7 lo 6 icorc It a the fifth of tlic Incntwnic came schedule of the Twi light league Tiic IIarIcr took an carl lead of 3 In 2 and maintained it until the fifth TimiU clouts and a hunch of errors Vi harzeil to the Barbers allowed the lV lnlfiic In shoot three runs aciws the plalc for a one run lead at this period hut it as chrt lied Tlic Harbtrs again took the - in the fir t of the and came out of -- the ni Icc villi the uujl one run If In lite lat of the sixlhMlie liKtoliice g 4 nl loaded the bav but failed to tall but sf ne run vhiih tied the score 6 lo 6 K jl Ncithri wired in the s...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 July 1921

ik the da was spent yesterday consider ing the question of limiting the salary of the date highway engineer no provis ion for which is made in the bill as it now stands RED TAPE IN THE SENATE The discussion of the question amend ments substitutes for amendments and amendments to substitutes for amend ments began in the Senate about 11 oclock yesterday morning and when the Upper House adjourned at 4 oclock to reconvene this morning at 10 oclock little progress on the question iatl en made After the amendment has been agreed upon the consideration of other amendments to the bill will begin Judging from the votes taken on amen- ments to the bill yesterday and Wednes day it is believed that the measure will be engrossed without any objection able changes being made It is probable however that several more will be consumed by the Senate in the considera tion of the bill before engrossment and in the meantime the House will continue to mark time The dirt road forces in the Senate constitu...

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. — 8 July 1921

wmummmsmmmteSmz - - jMHNnHHnoHBHsr7fg 1 ipwij jFagtf wrjv bt i i vr T Next Week BE TO HELD rCGirls Baseball Teah Has Been Organized Among Girls of the Columbia Delegation Thirty membro of the Epworth Leagued Broadnay Methodist will at- tend tri Krmorth LrapHS Conference at t Perlle Spjings frpm Monday to Friday next week Sfienteen members will be tent as delegate from the jenior League and two from lie intermediate League Eleven other members of the League who will attend will not be official delegates but expect to tale riart in all the meet ings and ports W E Crowe a member of the Co lumbia League is lice president of the slate Epworlh League E II Newcomb president of the Fajctte district Epworth League and t tudehtfecirlary at Broad way Methodist Giurch will attend Meetings have been held both at Colum bw and Fayette for the local members and the district as a whole Tillman Merritt of the Columbia League will be organist at the conference A girls baseball team has been organ iied...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 July 1921

Mits Corinne Macfeyr society editor Kill appreciate u 1 you Kill telephone society Uejns between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Out-of-town guests who are visitine friends in Columbia for the owning of J the Uiuntry Uub at 830 ocjoclc to-nip-lit are Mr and Mrs Salter P Painter of Fulton wsm arc the guests of Mr and Mrs Hobert Kodgers 403 College av enue Qa Starl of Louisiana the guest of Thomas Tajlor West Iiroadwa Mr and Mrs W A Dallmejer of Jef Jeison Gtj the guests of Mr and Mrs Berr McAIcster East IlinLson axenue Miss Katrine Dallmexer of jeffirson Cit the guest of liss Alma Col too- 1501 Uimcrsity avenue Mr and Mrs Latvsun Price and daughter Juliet of Jefferson Gift the guests of Mrs Tom King Dumas Apatt ments Mr and Mrs Robert Estill of Estill the guests of Mr and Mis C It Mdler 3teart roau and Menvtood avenue Mrs Jesse Orthvein and daughter Frances of Louisiana the guests of Mrs Orthw rins sister Mrs 1 M Maughs 715 Missouri avenue Mis Helen Yantis of Fulton the guest f Mis Exi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 July 1921

fc f n pac er I istitution FOUR r1 1 TT - TAe COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURIAN t Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association lac Jay H Neff HallT Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Ma ucm SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cashln advance Year 400 6 months VJ200 3 months J100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 430 3inonths 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail mat ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 CITY COUNCIL CO OPERATION - A City Council Is the servant of the people and the more Its members keep inVmind the desires of the people the better support it will receive and the more progress the city will male A noteworthy example of the desire for co-operation with the public is the request cf the Columbia City Council for pen lions and recommendations concerning the paring of certain st...

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. — 8 July 1921

i NAVYS EIGHT WBKHDDSON fflVEftOASaC Middic Oarsmen Stand Out as One of Great Collegiale Teams Developed in America CALIFORNIA IS SECOND Pacific Coast Team Vofcd Out by Critics Led Field of Eastern Schools to Second Place Ih HtR L Farrox United Press Stall CvrrcspondcnQ New Yont Jul 8 The great eight of the Unilcd Si airs Natal Academy elands out not only as the rowing rrew of 1921 but one of the greatest crews that has ever been de veloped in America Navy won the intercollegiate title at Poughkecpsie by defeating some of the finest crews that ever rovied in the Hudson classic The middies were cr pressed rinrelon is making a claim for the title The Tigers without doubt had the bet crew in the history of the Naau univernv and a really great eight But as Coach Spath squad did not compete at I ouglikeepsie the only claim Prince ton can make is for the best punting crew of the year One of the greatest surprises of the season was the downfal of Columbia The New York univertity up until t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 July 1921

fF PAGE SK HOME GROW PRODUCE HERE IN ABUNDANCE BlackherricS Are Especially Plentiful Possibly Only Fruit Not Injured - by Late Frost -MEAT PRICES UNCHANGED i - Markets Offer Early Water melons Tomatoes and j Beans Arc Best Quality TVulaj market holds but little tint is romplclcl new in the line of fruit 1 nr irgetables although the amonnt of prlucc is larger than lhat of last week Blackberries are here in abundance ami to lie the only fruit that if fercil no injur during the frots that lulled IT o large part of the other fruit in thi district They arc large and cs twciall swert Peaches hae sjffercd and altnougn sweet the are small Orangrs arc better jut now than they hate been for some time They are cs rriall sum juicy and sound Tomatoes are here in large quantities large ripe one the kind that can be taken on picnics and be eaten jtut dip ped in alL Siring beans popular from the time the Iirt arme until the are no longer plentiful arc at their best They arc large and contain fen st...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 July 1921

Prfe THIRTEENTH YEAR ROAD MEASURE ENCROSSEDBY STATE SENATE Thirty Six Amendments Offered During Debate on Ralph Bill No Damaging Ones Adopted OPINIONS VARY IN HOUSE Dirt Road Advocates Believed to Predominate in Lower Brqxich Question Up Monday ff 5uf CorrcjpcWraf JtrrauoN Qtv July 9 Predictions that the Ralph toad measure would not he engrossed by the Senate until early next week proved to be unfounded when the tipper House look up the considera tion of the bill section br section da afternoon and shortly before 6 oclock ordered the bill to engrossment Aliliough thirty six amendments were offered during the three daa debate on the measure no damaging amendments crc adopted When the Senate recon venes at 2 oclock Monday afternoon howevrr the bill may be reconsidered without a majority vote according to an understanding included in the motion sending the measure to engrossment In the lower branch of the Legisla turc little of importance was accom plished yesterday the House recessing...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 July 1921

V i is t t PAGE TWO mig iVf SttSlsBHSBHEaLfe Ss33ffsxSi -1 r j V0 I -- - H - i - RALPHBffiLrTO ojtienioi narxKsunacc Roads Rest on This Measure COMMISSION BIPARTISAN Must Base JJoutcs on Present State Roads To Spend at Least200000 in Each County Bj SujJ CrrttHmttrmt JcrrtRsoi Ctrl Julj 9 Upon the Ralph road bill which cnrvrd by the Senate late yesterday afternoon af ler three dajs 1 healed debate Tests the hopes of the supporters of a stale fjrtern of hard surface roads The meas ure has not been crippled by an objec tionable rciion Jepite numerous efforts to hae damarjnifainendments incorporat ed in it - The Ralph lull repeals the old Iats relating to the Stale llinlia Depart- merit and cts ates a slatq highna corn mission rf four members Jo be appoint ed b the Goernorr A jroended b the -Senate yesterday the measure requires that each member of the commission must hate been a taipaycr and resident of the state for at Jeast fire years preced ing his appointment Not more than two memb...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 July 1921

Telepltone 274 r iffvr TErs t Newsof Columbia Society Miss Corinne Macley society edaor avenue is spending a vreeL visiting Mrs u7 appreciate it i jou uill telephone Lulie a Mitchell in Kansas Gly society items Ictileen 9 and 12 oclock Tliree hundred and fifty members and guests were entertained at the informal opening of the Columbia Country Club which tooV place on the grounds at 8 30 oclock last night The reception the urn part of the evening vvas follow ed by a dance in the main room ot the clubhouse Those who were in the re ceiving line to welcome the guests were members of the house committee Franlc Bclhns Frank Dearing Lakerian Price 0 M Harnett and Dr Charles W Die ges Music for the dance was furnished by Etc members of the Quadrangle Or chestra The tables in the main room of the club were decorated ery simply with Oriental rugs and silver Idving cuira The mantles at each end jf the roomwere uciuiairu wun large uateis ot gladiolus and pink flocks Fern3 and palms were used to...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 July 1921

-1 1 t J -PACK FOUR ir nnrfm The COEUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish iog Association Ino Jay H Neff Halt Columbia Jlissouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manages -- SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year 100 6 months JZOO 2 months J100 By the week 10 cents single copies S cents By Mail in Boone County Tear 300 0 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the count Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payahleln adiance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mad nut ter TELEPHONE NUMDERS Nchs 274 Advertising snd Circulation 55 THE JIED CROSS A BUILDER The American Red Cross as a result if the work of the various chapters 1 maintaining in Missouri at the present time fort five public health nures Since the signing of the armistice this organization with chapters all over the J United States and twenty four million adult and junior members has turned its attention from the care of the wound ed to a positive public health program...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 July 1921

otstov sj - jjiv -- IS I H In the Field of Spoft GIBBONS MAY BE CONTENDER Tommy Mosl logical Aspirant for Dpmpseys Lcji Has Lqng Climb With the Korlds heavyweight cham pionhfp lmut a thing of the past and the crown Hill reposing iicacefnll in his country all Ccs in the fistic world are centered upoji the next probable chal lenger in that w eight There is no real contender in sight just si present -inc cnamp nas demon strated just what sort of -a chopping block lie can mike irat of Bill Brcnnan and I lie Jess Willard would fare no bet ter if as well Jess clamors for a bout with the title holder but Tex Rickiinl are ol American fight promoters says he will not promote Willard slaughter Jack Johnson and Harry Wills both negro licaues are making- a strong bTd for a match with the champ Again Rickard refuses to promote a b5ut for eithcr scrapper sajing that it -will gijc the filitinrr garni a black eje for llje next few years Johnson gels out of the Federal prison at Leavenworth today an...

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. — 9 July 1921

3 PACE SIX wT IronsiER rnoFESson is dean A M Greene Elected Head of Princeton Engineering School 11 T - - J at 1 Prof Arthur JL lreene Jr Jormer B- rrofr cf mechanical engineering t hitife n University end during the last year ol bis ilT junior oean 01 me ocnooi 01 ffiiEnsincrrinp hai been named dean of iNS the eiiiarced School of Enzincerins at L IVincrlon University He will tale- up 2 tT 1 1- fll looo JUS 1UUC9 IUCIU lil lilC 1U1 Ul 17U The trustees of Princeton hate plan ned to ttilarse the School of Engineer ing to include couws in civil electrical meclutnicaL chemical and mining engi Professor Crcene vas born in - ilclphia in 1872 Jle was cducatedn the public schools ef Philadelphia and at the Unnenily off Pennyvania from which he vascraduated viith honors vtith the degree of B S in 1893 2id M E in 189k In 1917 iheUrfivajity of MisHiuV conferred n him the de gree ofSc D During thenar Profes sor Greene serrr3 in an advisory capa citj He is author of several engineer ine books Pr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 July 1921

VB tOAD MEASURE SMOOTHEDFOR SENATESVOTE Committee Examined Highways of Many Eastern States Before Submitting Ralph Bill ADVISE HARD SURFACE Experts Say Money for Dirt or Gravel Traffic Ways Is Big Waste lj Stiff CorrtipenifM JcrratoN Cm July 11 When Loth house of the Legislature convened shortly after 2 oclock this afternoon lowing tlie recess rom Friday afternoon there was every indication that the Pabli road measure would be pissed by toe senate looay Although the measure was sent to en grossment late Friday afternoon with the understanding that it could be recon sidered today it is not believed that any more amendments will be made Tlurly mi amendments in all were proposed during the three days of heated argu ment lat week and it tits generally agreed at the conclusion of the work that all of the rough spots in the bil had been ironed out With this situa tion existing the Senate -will probably suspend its rules and pass the measure this afternoon sending it to the House where its...

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. — 11 July 1921

raw PAGE TWO EXPERIMENTS TO BE SHOW TOMRMERS Boone Couulians Invited to Spend Day in Columbia Visiting Coirege of Agriculture PLAN LIVESTOCK SHOW Basket Dinner at Noon on Lawn of Dean iMumfords Home Women to Be Entertained farmers oi Uuone Jountr -will tisill the College of Agriculture Jul 28 to we the worV of the college in all details rhcr Kill be conducted ilirouch the riots departments if the college bj a number of Boone Count farmen who are well acquainted with the collite and the location of lle varioui departments Members ot the college departments will be Ot hand to explain the experiments and the practical worth of the result The department of toils field crops and horticulture Mill conduct the is itors oer their experiment plots The department nf animal husbandry Mill arrange a special livestock show inj vhich the investigations in feeding andi breeding of animals mil be discussed The dairs department will explain its worV in breeding dairy Cattle and in the manufacture of...

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. — 11 July 1921

r feff3fes scui efprciauc u i job tnu izicpnoue adety items bacttn 9 mi 12fdfc TtlcphoBe 274 Krpular club nicht at the Colombia Country Club will be held Tednesday nirbt for members of the dub The pathoinr ill be informal and it is tbe bene of tlw house committee of the club jhat all members will be present at tbe rcpilar club dinner and take part in tbe entertainment which Vill follow Card playing and dancing will be- tbe chief feature of the entertainment lor the rreninc A 6ve piece orchestra for the laaer will be fornitbed by the club T E Smith will entertain with a farewell dinner party at 7 fclock to aift at the Country dub in honor of Mrs C C Bowling who will -leave Wednesday for Milwaukee The guests will be Mrand Mrs C Bowling Mr and Mrs T Kent Catron Mr and1 Mrs- Frank Dearing Mr and Mr Hor ace Smith Mr and Mrs Millard Lipt scomb Mr and Mrs James Cartb Miss Jnhet Bonling Frank Rollins anelfTFSl Bowling Mr and Mr E W Stephens Uined at dinner Saturday nighpat tbe Country Qnb M...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 July 1921

- 3 Iv USE PAGE FOOT T - The COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missouriiin Publish ing Association Inc Jay II Neff HalL Columbia Miuouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maivace SUBSCRIPTION rATESt Ct 100 6 months 200 3 months JLOO By the weci 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Hail in Doone Count Year 300 6 months L50 4 months Oulsidc the county Year 450 3 months IJZ5 months 45 cents Pa able in adiance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail mat ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising 2nd Circulation 55 A LEAGUE OF MEN What the world needs is no league f nations such as this but a world caguc of men Thus sncaVsH G Wells in The Out- Ime of Histqrv He behecs that the cnl hope for peace in the world Ucs in the creation of a world state jnhich il replace all nation in hc hearts of men and Tor which everjone will be wihnj to fight as he would fight now for cuitn But Mr Wc3s docs not think the League of Nations can win an such lojaltr A l...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 July 1921

In tig Field of Sfemt BRITISH MAY CLAM GOLFER AS THEIR OWN Hutchinson Winner of British Open Under U S Colors But Is a Native of Scotland OTHER AMERICANS -LOSE New Champion Was Born Near St Andrews Course and Was Familiar With Every Twist r Bi Hemu L Fabsell United Press Stall Correspondent New York July 11 American golf which was made to loot rather inferior in the British amateur championships tool a big jump wnen jock Hutchinson won the British open I and an entry from this country brought the credit to the United States but it really s victory of British golf When Hannes Kohlemainen running under the colors of Finland won the Marathon laf summer at the Olvmpic games it was considered almost as an American victory in this country For the same reason the British may con sider Hutchinsons achievement a Brit ish victory However America officially gets the credit and a lot ot glory because il is the firM time an entrj from the United States lias ever won the British open title and on...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 July 1921

try - PAGESX 5 B m SPSKpS HALF OF 510 UNCULTIVATED Sft r Kcport Shows 150000 Boone Co Acres ftot Under- riow - it i ir i 1 l r i - 6V uore tii3n nan mc whu iu uiumiuii is 72- - j I ui - HOI UnUCl IUHHUUUI1 DIUJIUUI IU IMC Missouri Farm Review nst issued by E A Logan agricultural statistician S5foi for the U S Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates Tie total number of v acres in tlie stai under cultivation is yk given as 16111688 acres while the total JS non cultiratcd land is given as 16939- 637 acres Iil Bonne County the1 report shows Sp 169036 acres of land under anl I50626 acres not lcins 1 rated Of the land in Boorie County - hich is not nndcr cultivation only 279 - - Nacres is classed as mer flowed or drown- kXf cd oul land The remainder or ihe ii fanil not being cultivated in the county 3 classed as follows pasture lands 127- 4 501 acres ling idle tads 3610 acres raw and unimproved lands 17023 acres -V-- liouv lots roads drains etc 208 j acies if In the entire date there h more ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 July 1921

THECOLUMBI 1 I THIRTEENTH YEAR v GH1AYBILL NOW GOES TO VOTE1NHOUSE Specifies Hard Surface Roads and sets SZUUUUU -as Aim- imum Amount for Each County TO REIMBURSE COUNTIES An Engineer Is Provided fori and Power to Determine Type of Construc tion Settled gj t Sulf Cmrrrtfcuiatr JcrruisoN Gty July li The Ralph B3U providing a 6700 mile Elate hard tsrftcnl raid system passed ihe Senafe Tnornlng with only one- dissenting vole and will be sent lo the Hook This bill gives power to hire an en- necr at a fixed salary and also makes a minimum allotment ofi 200000 for the improving and building of roads to each J county It specifies that counties in which roads are taken over will be re imbursed The power to determine the type of road to he constructed is includ ed in the Ralph BilL Senator Chambers of Eldorado Springs cast the only ote against the hill I A ROAD VICTORY IN THE HOCSE Bf 4 XUII Cttrtpiri JtrrutsoS City July 12 Supporters of the nroposed state system of hard- surface roads in th...

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