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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 July 1921

f w I SI m PAGE FOUR TAc COLUMBIA EVENING - MISSOUiUAN Published every evening except Sunday bjr the Missouri Publish ing Association Inc Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFOiySO JOHNSON Mwacct SUBSCRIPTION JUTES Dti Cash Year 400 - 6 months 1200 3 months 100 By the week IP cents single copies 5 cents BMail in Boone County Year J3j006 months 150 4 months tun Outside the county Year 420 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pa able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail mat- TELEPHONE NUMBERS Nrwj 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 - VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Almost half the total number of eight--eight men graduated from a mechanical trades school in Su Louis were disabled ex service men sent lo the school by the rederal Board for Vocational Training A news dispatch eajs that the former soldiers were among the best students in the class Mofc than two hundred and fifty vo cational students are- enrolled fit the University of Missouri securing training provide...

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. — 15 July 1921

mi I- L In the Field of Sport PRINTERS LOSE TOPOSTOFFICE typesetters Tie Game Several J Times but Are Defeated by 7 to4 Score Standing in ihe Twiliglit league t6 night Club WL Pet Students 2 0 Soldiers 2 1 Postoffice - 2 1 Bankers - i 1 1 Oerks 1 1 Barbers 1 3 Prmleis 0 3 The typesetters fought hard 1000 666 sod night in an effort to get out of the eel lar position in I he league but were forced to take the sliort end of a 7 to 4 score landed them by the maiLbustlers In the first three innings neither Uam found a scoring romlTinati6o liut in the first of the fourth the carriers opened up villi three runs The Printers retal iated with a run in their half of the frame The Post office went down in quid order in the first of the fifth but the Printers tool advantage of the lull and garneied tjvu runs in four hits oil Wells 1ostollice hurler Ijingr the score In the futt f the tilth after tii men had vtieldcd the slick llnrcarriers put a tun across tne plate breaking the dead lock But it ...

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. — 15 July 1921

JilPC fes i ft h PAGE SIX 1 BOP SOWFWVADES Gigantic Corporation to Buy and Sell for All Russia Appears Ill Lloyd Allen United Press Staff Correspondent Lomjon Jul IS Soviet Russia ha rtablilicd a brand of tlie worlds prcatct bujini corporation here in Lon don It i called the All Russian Co operative Sociay buti is scncrallj Lnovro by lie simpler title n ARCOS ami is billing goods lor the 150000000 people of llusia iix rnoiitli from date tbe Soviet rep rrrntalics in London believe ARCOS in addition to being tlic worlds greatest buing concern will alw be the great est felling corjioratinn on the globe bc i3Ue they sa b tliat time Arcos will be disponing of the products uf Itus Fias 150000000 workers Great headquarters of Arcos is in Muwoh and gor b the Russian name of AatLunnnir litorg which means in llain United Slates Peoples Mtiat for roreigii Trade with Leonid Krain as thief dividing hit lime be tween London Iieilin and Mosow There arc Arcos branches in Stock I olm lteval Herlin a...

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. — 16 July 1921

m - THE COLUM THIRTEENTH YEAR ADOPTION OF TAX CUTS IS CERTAIN NOW Would Reduce IncomeTax One- Third Corporation Fran- chise One Half and 1 Inheritance 1 5 HYDE ASKED REDUCTION But General Leyy Is Expected to Remain the Same Ten Cents on 100 Sulf Cerrrtpvndemt JtmnsoN City July 16 That most of the l reductions recommended by Governor Hyde will be passed by the Lcgisature is now practically assured The House already has approved the re ductions in income corporation fran chise and inheritance taxes recommend ed by the Governor It is not believed however that are duction from 10 cents to 8 cents in the general levy will be possible This be Let was emphasized today in In exclu sive statement obtained by your tcor respondent from L F Thompson state treasurer who points out that all the re ductions urged by the Governor If ac cepted will cut the state income too low to meet the appropriations for the biennial period This same belief ha been expressed by J G Morgan of Putnam County Republi...

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. — 16 July 1921

57CT M lACE TWO 4 TOOLErTOELB r LOOKS to ua MfDWGSMP iTaso Nations Must Provide New Rules for International m Game Say Students 1 of Subject WEEDFIRMER FRIENDSHIP RJapancsc Naval Irish Problems Should Be bolyed and Secret Treaties Discarded Anglo American relations are of course a big question in the minds of all Englishmen writes It C Feld in inc New Yort Times What is Amer ica thinking about England is often aled in London What chances are there for the creation of a new sort of relationship a relationship built on the promulgation of peace rather than on the preparation for war A G Gardiner cssayit and political journalist published recently his book it is little more than a pamphlet called The Anglo American Future Thomas Seiner Publishing Co The book ha had wide circulation and with a fcv exceptions has been accept ed as an expression of the English attitude- The writer asked Mr Gard iner for an interview The need for a new and better relationship was conced ed How is it to be ...

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. — 16 July 1921

sauBMawwagmm Jlj JVews of Columbia Society t vu mey ocj7 eouoriMrs Utons parem aj on uiI appreciate it i you uiU telephone Kansas Citv f 1 I f society Uemi beltceen 9 ond 12 oclock Telephone 274 Two hundred and fifty guets attend ed the reception and dance which a given last night at the Country Qui hy Mr and Mrs Weldon Cotton and Miss Alma Cotton In the receiving liner were the host and hostesses Those who as- sisted them throughout the evening were Mr and Mrs Berry McAlester Mr and Mrs C B Bowling Or and Mrs James Gordon Dr and Mrs II I Bragg Mr and Mrs C M Pape Prof and Mrs Herbert M Reese Mr and Mrs K II Gra Mrs Bella Kuhbride IMre Tom King Mrs Laura Major and Mr and Mrs Frederick Dunlap Decorations tluuughotit the club were carried out in many haded garden flow ers The tables in the main room were decorated with ulver baskets of zenias On the mantles at each end of the room were candelabras Between the two bf jihese one at each end of the mantles vere large howls of Queen Anns ...

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. — 16 July 1921

F gbrv EvFOUR e COIjUMBIArEVENING MISSOURIAN ubluhed every evening except jdiy by the Mhuouriun Publish Association Inc Jy NeSt II Colombia MiMOiini LFONSO JOHNSON Mvuera SUBSCRIPTION JfcfrES 3ty Cah in advance yeart500 months 2jOQr 3 moriths JLOO 3y the week lb cents tingle le iT cents 3y Mill in Boone County Year 00 6 months 150 4 months 00 Outside the county Year 450 months 125 month 45 cents fable in advance itember Audit Bureau of Grcula hs t 1 I Entered as second class mail mat- TELEPHONE NUMBERS - S 274 frertising and Circulation 55 STREETS FOR TOMORROW lumbiaVstreets are badl mm and i Every day that repairing is put le ruts get worse and the repairing nes more expensive or even le Undoubtedly they should be re- ced just as quicLIy as possible icn once the surface of pavement been worn through and rutted ev jit of added traffic maVes the ruts rr Tlie deeper the ruts gel the the pavement wears out The ker pavement is resurfaced when it become rutted the cheaper it will jn the ...

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. — 16 July 1921

play unless they hae with thenr their gftif cards The new order is approved and signed by the Board of Curators of the Bjiiversily it says that only students oft the University who have paid their lee of 130 in physical education and those who are not members of the Uni versity who have paid their fee oI10 will be permitted to play The poster urges all members -to objerre the rules of the Club that arc posted on the tee boxes COLUMBIA TO PLAT WILTON Locals to Meet Strong Team To morrow at Fair Grounds Wiltons baseball team will play the Columbia aggregation at 3 oclock to morrow afternoon at the Fair Grounds Tire Wilton nine played the locals here three weeks ago and won ahtrd fought game b the score of 2 to 0 Hank Fowler tbemanagerr of the- Co lombia team says that his club is going to take the long end oft the count ill to narrows gamF and that- with the strengthening of his pitching1 foitcthe bors eipect to play winning ball for the rest of the season New Training Room At Gym Rea...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 July 1921

liJXr am txyt SjfePriccs Will Not Be Lower mm Aext Winter Might tsgk - face a Shortage- - l Mffr Thhrem of the Binfiller - if 15 PACE SIX iGQALEMOT BEMGEILLED CfA The inertia of the coal lujing public at present theproba a great rash for coal by the bility of o great rush for coal by the country side re opening ofshutdoicn teports and the improbability of a second easy tvinter TO FIKD Whether a coal short age next tcintcr is likely That jiart of the Columbia public that if -usually fills it coal bins in the summer - d - tnic lias not dona so thus far this year 1- -is thcnpinion of the local coal dealers The JKiblic is holding off for lower prices or is neglectful because of the easy winter just passed they say J - This condition may lead to a local i shortage in rne of an- early winter t dealers ircdict They have received government bulletins which rrarn the public that plans are being mad all - over the country for the resumption of production in factories now shut down and that wi...

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. — 18 July 1921

THIRTEENTH YEAR - LEGISLATURE MAY ADJOURN BY SATURDAY Members of House and Senate Confident of Completing Work During the Week DEADLOCKON SALARIES Leaders Expect to Pass High way Measures Tax Re duction Program Favored By Sfl Ceneipndenu Jefixilson City July 18 On their icturn from the weekend recess today numbers of the House and Senate were confident that they will be able to com plete the work of the special session of the Legislature by next Saturday OnU a few important problems besides the road bill remain to be considered and unless an unforscen deadlock occurs it is believed that the calendar will be cleaned up with little trouble Both branches f the Legislature have shown the same attitude on the tax re daction program recommended by Gov ernor Arthur M Hyde This part ofi the legisation is expected to be out of the way the next few days and with very few exceptions the road question will be the only one left for considera tion during the last days of the week The committee su...

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. — 18 July 1921

mwpnosiBHMMai imp page nro - PERSBJNGASKS FORHAHM0NY - AMONG DNTTS Emphasis Laid on Importance jof Co Operajion Between National Guards and Regulars AREA OFFICERS TO HELP Commanders Have Big Mission in Selecting Leaders for Countrys Civilian Army Units Washington July 16 The following letter has been sent by Cenerat John J Perching Chief of Staff lo all Corps Area Commanders and to the Command ing Generals Philippine Hawaiian and Panama Canal Departments In assuming the office of Chief of Staff I wish to call jour attention Jpccially Ki the important duties ol tnat fBce in directing the organization and training of the Army of the United States which now includes not onl the Begular Arm but the National Guard and the Organized Reserves In considering lhoe duties in the light of the new law I wjsh to imprcs upon Corps Area Commanders the provision which assigns to them the detailed de velopment of the National Guard and the Organized Reserves The relation of the War Department to thi...

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. — 18 July 1921

jLju - - a - I Afews of Columbia Society Witt Corinne Slacker tidety editor mil appreciate it if you ujll telephone tociety itemt beticeen 9 aid 12 oclock Telephone 274 Jtr C iIPape -Hill entertain al four tables of bridge al 10 oclock tomorrow morning at lier home in the luma Apartment in honor of Mrs Weldon Cotton and Miss Alma Cotton nho arc moling to Kansas City the latter part of this month Dr F M Velles of Perryulle was the weekend guest of Ttfr and Mrs J P Heible 1108 Walnut street Miss Marcia Hailej instructor in tri alio at Christian College sailed daj on the Olympic for her home in London After a visit there she till spend about to months in European trael Miss Aline Wilson also in structor in piano at Christian College sailed to weeVs ago on the steamship La Tourainc for Paris She is engaged in piano study under PJiilipp at the Par is Conservatory of Music Both of the instructors will return to Columbia in September to resume their work at Christian College Mrs Alex Bradf...

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. — 18 July 1921

- 1 1 -4 4 VS 6sv rr wwn i 1 i 4 ii it 7V fi - 3 y V SsswSjR 1 yCOLUMBU EVENING IflSSOURIAN Published CTening except CnrdzY I M1 Missourian Publislil mg AssoeiliJV Inc Jiy H Neff t hours are spent The person who has Halt Colon Aiitsoun ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer - V sUbsourtio lUTESt Qty Cash io advance Tear 400 6 months 00 months J100 By the w JO cents single copies 5 cents - By Mail n Boone County Year 300 6 nwnthj JJ150 4 months 100 - Outside Ht county Year 450 3 months 1125 month 45 cents payable tBa3rance Member Aidit Bureau of i Entered al second class mail mat ter fi TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Gradation 55 THEFORDNEY BILL In attemptiaE an all American tariff jn a normal basis the framer- cf the Fordney bitlslave worked nix days a tveik formorethan six months only to find that thebill which will be oted upon in the House next Thursday will likely beaooptcd possibly with amend ments only toJe tent to the Senate de bated aUgreai length and bkel with drawn in favor o...

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. — 18 July 1921

4 -in I 1 Phone 55 FOR SALE - Tn thePi0pfiSMt EVANS ADDS TP HIS LAURELS Chicapq Golfer Wins Sixth Western Atnafcuf Title Charles Chick Evans 0 Chicago an nexed Jus siitft lreern amateur gold championship title Friday when he de feated U E Knrppcr of Sioux City on the thirty fnurih green with 3 up nd 2 to play Evans was never forced to ex tend himself Kneppcr being somewhat otrrsolfed liaring played all last week in the Iowa championship matches which lie won and in other western matches Kneppcr took his Erst and only lead in the eighth but relinquished the hon or to Evans again in the tenth With mc exception 01 tnese two notes the champion had the best of the match all around getting iq bunkers only three times and against the roots of a tree once while the lowan was off the fair way frcqucnjly and plajed from the sand traps a dozen limes Kneppcr and Harrison Johnson of St Paul both made the qualifting rounds in 14 for thirty six holes thus tying lor tie lpw medal score CHAMP TO Fiq...

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. — 18 July 1921

mammmKmmmmmMmimKmmmmmimmmEsg PACE SIX GREATBRTTATN HONORS FIRST US PRESIDENT Statute of Washington Unveiled in National Gallery in London Is the Gift of Virginia MANY AMERICANS THERE Accepts With Pride the Effigy of British Rebel Because He Fought for Vital Principles Ih Marcaret Walter IeMe Juf IB As 1 came up the fiarinent of Trafalgar Square from Lon donV underground railway I saw the American flag folded rouml an object at llie enrncr of the National Gallery I joined tlic crnyil of people moling to ward llic flap and remembered that it was the day of the- nmcilinp of the Washington Statue that Virginia had in tended In present to Drilain seen jcars apo Btinf an mcrican I va allowed to pass with the Mhcrs into one of the Nntltcr rooms of the National Gallery The delegation from Virginia vtas there nincnt Americans liing in London Vienunless Alor Viscount Hrycc Earl Ktuznn and liis American daughters the rel of the crowd wa jut Ameri can and a fen unidentified English Dr Henry Lou...

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. — 19 July 1921

sKllEBSgilsfc mirrriMMniniwiITHr iilTnfriiTnWTTTOrTTTTlTOiiiTTiii mi i TTTPnrrinrnffMiiiMBiMiiininwnirrTPniiiH uriniiiiiiHi iiiiiiiiniiniiiiiw i mi n n n THIRTEENTH YEAR STREET REPAIR ORDINANCE IS -VOTED DOWN City Council Rescinds Action and Tables Program at Signed Petition of Tax Payers MAYORS BUDGET READ Health Commission Proposed Increased Rent for City Hall Referred to Committee Because of protests by a number of property miners against the proposed Meet repairing the ordinance was re tcinded and the matter tabled at a meeting s the cit council last night About thirl citizens attended the meet ing and manj petitions were presented signed h tax paers who did not favor the program Senator F G Harris made a plea or deliy and presented a protest signed by the property owners in the seventh pro posed district requesting the council to rescind the order The motion to retract was amended ho tier to read that providing any dis trict in the city did want the repairs made the city was re...

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. — 19 July 1921

ft J9S TFP ENGLISH DRUG STOHE DRIER THM AMERICAN British Chemists Shop Sells Neither Sodas Nor Candy but Deals Literally in Drugs WAR PRICES FOR SOAP Visiting American Can Get His Favorite Toilet Articles at Home PricesTn - Britain Bv MAECAnri Walter LoinoN July 19 The sight of an airy drop with big plate gilts windows iutHipng artistic arranjirracnU of dain ty Jwics tied villi nLbons or tinted twine groups of prettily shaped bottles and colored streamers flattering in the hlats from electric fans means one thing and one thing on to an American the corner drugstore the tinUmg ound of ice glistening white marble tilrrr and crystal great bonis of berries and oi anges It mean cooling drinVs deli cious concoctions of nay water fruts and pounded ice But be varned not to the American abroad England Lnows not the jot of tlie corner drug store The Britishers drug store is a drug- stor literally so lie calls it a chemists shop The root fritolous things he would dream of asl ing fortliere wou...

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. — 19 July 1921

I News of Columbia Society iMUs CoTinnc Mocker detr editor Hazel Kinlock of VcrsailIcswho i nU appreciate a you m telephone her sister Miss lnKl inose xho were present Here the twn guests of honor Mrs J E Thornton Mrs Bella Kirkbride Mrs G B Dor sey Mrs 0 B Ware Mrs Inci dark Mrs C B Rollins Mrs Pierce Nieder racyer Mrs A G Spencer Mrs G R Summers Mrs James -Gordon Mrs H Bragg Miss Margaret Chamberlain Mrs J B Heberling Mrs E S Cave Mrs John H Estes Mrs Laura M Majors Mrs Minnie Tichenor Mrs Henry Price Mrs M V Powell Mrs Herbert M Reese and Miss Frances Mitchell The members of all the fraternities vho are in the summer session of the University -will give a Pan Hellenic dance at the Delta Tau Delta house Fri- day evening AH kiting fraternity men are also imited to attend the dances Besides members there will be a few outside guests invited Frank Houston a member of the Phi Dell Tbetae fra ternity who is working inSedaliz at he present will come to Columbia to play with the Quadrang...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 July 1921

1SB - y -S r M t M r 9fiKj II a i ifii IS HCT m mM wift Sarsvfis i j r M i m TjelCOLUMRIA EVENlfaa fMlSSOURIAN fc j Pobllslicd jrvrnr rrrnin Mprnt Sb Sua4liT the Iioarian Publish JBS5lMIiUon loo Jr H Neff ffi ALFONSO JOHNSON Manack ikj3 IsljBSCRIPTION RATES Olyj Cash in advance Year ji 00 6 JoobUb 100 3 months flJOO J fll week 10 centif jingle copies 5 cent BjiMail in Boone County Year I38B6 ninths SUSO 4nKnth two0 Jtalkltthe county Year 4150 3Rtni 125 month 45 cents Pajaafcin advance Menlfcer Audit Hflrmin f CTrruln i Entered aVsecDndIasajsail mat- - TELEPHONE NUMBERS Piagfeffl m Advertising and fjrrttlalinn - 2t 274 55 IEVERX OCEAN PACIFIC lor world - permanent peace lies on our doorstep It has been Jrieaifpr a century and its sfes proaches theidea Its pan indicates that ilscapandcd future wouliksilence w uiwi juictct v auctiaiiug i3 iiments secret lies in the United Sdian boundary line fithin a year after the close rf the r nf 1R72 unn fmlh Pnplanil jinrl llns trii C Sfjifntry we...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 July 1921

a w ii SHiiiiiKKS vu trti r itv 33 1 fll w wwww mil AUAlfll IfeVj J - vT Onircrsity leant inKes Individual nd Inlcreolleiriaie MxtliM i f The pioi learn representing the Uni ri versity Missouri Jnjrainingat Camp Knox K took first place in theinter 7 J couerule pistol milch held there last- V- - Out of a possible score of 2100theM U ttara made a score of gli The e4 nearec competitor -km the Oregon lege of Agriculture team with score tf 1755 The University of Illinois ram was third with a score of 1691 and the Texas A M team fourth with 184 There were twenty schools rep resented in tlie shoot among land Stanford Harvard Yale Prince ion Cornell Ohio State Oklahoma and Purdue In the Individual high scores six of the ten men who placed highest were froiji the Unnersity of Misuari This is how they placed Fischer first Wollman tecond Britlingham sixth Boefer tiehth Griffin ninJh Groves tenth The individual match was won bv J R Wollman Missouri with 237 out xf a possible 280 points bringing...

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