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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 July 1921

MflGZ SIX L PRAISE FOR BATTERV B MEN CENTENNIAL PROOFS ARRIVE CSIost PromlsinK IStinch cers on KcUirn From Trin Hie ntsl promising bunch of men for tt liaJ under us is the general eiprcasion of the oJEcer3 of Battery B BSiaitRMhe return lrom the neck end camp fftir Itocinnort When the Battery JTT4artl to ese the ftahles l nila a r Jinumhcr of the liorvs became unruly and iStbcrj was a general mix up for a few JLtnnm nlc f fTnelrip otcr took six hours Frida vniglit the column pulled into a little Bat 5mValow beonl Jtocbeport and pitdied t camp JIany of the men Iad never seen T -military camp but in an hour the hors- riiKlipHi ltftl to ihe nicLet lines rMnitv jnlcticil and fires gftlng to cook the f qliamtanj varm the beans that rpoe up 4 the first meal When near oeryne vjncamp was in bed this came floating pVilown the Battery ftrret I dont ble ham and I dont like beans but Lord filia a meal I did make of ein 1 Ic1lle counded at 530 Saturday - morning but lirexl bodies wotiM not re L ...

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. — 20 July 1921

k THE THIRTEENTH YEAR HOUSE TAKES UP SUBSTITUTE ISSUE TODAY Yole Upon Amendments Desig nating Changes in Present State Highway System MANY AMENDMENTS -UP Child Labor Bill Before Sen ate Replaces Regular -Measure Found Defective By a Sufi CennpoHdMO Jtrraso On July 20 the In reduction program out of the way the House today began to consider the committee substitute bill for the expen diture of the 60000000 road bond is sue A great part of the morning was spent jn toting upon amendments designating changes in the present state highway system and adding new roads At 230 oclock this afternoon amendments were still being offered Supporters of the Ralph Road Bill which was passed in the Senate last week are encouraging the adoption of numerous amendments being ottered with the belief that the amendments will so hamper the measure that it will be defeated when the are voted upon in the House So far however only a few amend ments with the exception of those ap proved by the State Highway Bo...

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. — 20 July 1921

EACETSTO mssouriman jars london ON WAR DEBTS LovBov JuJr 20 Speaking f or Wmm h men as the new arhitors of Chicago Jefferson ruker Uetrwt vjohn Bancroft Wilrainrjon S C Bar- Wr Cleveland A- C Bedford New York A I Block Indianaoolts Charfes I their F CoSn Indjanapo5sXTt Dara Ofi i PrrcAn rinrinna Edward A F0 d - i Mrs tioa of the worlds trade they took heart again and the Conference resolved it self Into a group of serious judicious business men who realized the power of their united business forces Few delegates quite understood that there had been a necesarr defiarion of unemployment was a European dlSculty onlv or that the mills and factories were largelv oa part time operation These things had ta be said aad they bad to be said by one who would say them with dehcotjon but without pesshnisra Facts told And one other forceful thing told Free capital la the United States Mr watts showed will now to the successful competitor for if And as America herself needs over ten bil lions of d...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 July 1921

pa Kappa Gamma sorority entertained yesterday afternoon with a party at tip summer home of Mrs Patterson Bal Jr near McBaine Miss Erne Graham 1002 University av enue left this morning for a two weeks trip through Colorado She was accom panied by Miss Norma Haines of St Louis V Announcement has been made of the engagement or Miss Katherine Sen is Vest daughter of AlexandeA Vest of St Louis and Leslie Williams son of Mrs Anna Moore of Stanton Tenif The bride-to-be is a sister of George Vest a graduate of the School of Law in the f News of Columbia Society Miss Corinne Machcy toddy -editor irifl appreciate it i you Kill telephone society items betaech 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 271 Mrs Bertha M Parrctt 1326 Wilson avenue chaperoned a picnic at Grind stone last night Those who attended were Misses Ha Parrctt Esther Harper Kalhenn Hoy Den ey SchiUes Alberta Pirrett Ruth Drumm Henrietta lon day Benise Gviinn and Lorrine Jacobs Mr and Mrs J A Sweeney and Miss Elizabeth Sweeney of Harvard I1...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 July 1921

id 1 n A page four -- y r TAc COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN - Tublisbed erery rtening except Sunday by the Missotirian Publish- ins Association Inc Jay II -Nell Hal Columbia fissonii ALFONSO JOHNSON Makacoj t SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cit Cash in advance Year 400 6 months J100 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single t copies 5 cents By Mail in Boon County Year 5100 6 months JL50 4 month J100 t Outside the countrjYcir L50 3 monliisL25 month 45 cent k Pajaole in adiance Member Audit Bureau of 1 lions Entered as second class mail mat- TELEP1IONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 COLUMBIAS CENTENNIAL This is the one hundredth annivcrsar uf the city of Columbia as Kelt as the ccntcnar of the i state of Missouri Elaborate preparations for the centen nial celebraJon of the state nut month arc being made in Sedaba but so far no plans have been made for an obser vance of the centennial of Columbia The city of Columbia was laid out ih1821 At that time the place was known as Smithton Jn t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 July 1921

M I 1 SMALLER AT BAXLAMES Phone 55 FOR HIJ iDespite Eact3tYanks and r c iiL t i - UUI3 Hnt JJgU tUlU Grounds Is far Erom Being Full LACK QFCjStf BtAMED Sotae Say Gaines Are Too Long Most Theaters Are Hav ing Small Attend ante Also BV JtENRt LTXIUSEU IV piled Press1 Staff Correspondent New York Jnlj Club omen are beg inning to- gel concerned Wr the de crease in attendance at the major league lilljards - i Tht JWl xvr got astay well and until the first of June the crowds equalled the record breaking attendance of 1920 Then the dump came The Polo Grounds where the twqNew York clubs make their home lias been jiring unmistakable evidence that in terest in the national pastime ia falling iff Crowds or 5000 and lew now sit ia on the daHr games where 10000 were anl fair last yean This too despite the fact that both the Cunts and the f Yanks ire up in the race uaic m ioe wise louowers ot tne isme blame the slump on the lively lall which is making the games much Uoger and less interesting It ...

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. — 20 July 1921

K v - PAGE SIX MU MEDICAL SCHOOL MAY GET 250000 Appropriations Committee of House Recommends Quar V ter Million Fund to Start Course J GOVERNOR FAVORS MOVE v Appropriations of llie Special k Session Expected to Be Approximately a Million JrrratoN Cm July 20- nt JZ5O000 lor hi An mint of a jour jear medical course at jvuswuri uimer ii i iri uuimcnucu uj the llouc Appropriations Committee The item carricil in the general con tingent bill vhirli carries a 683876 budzet irtroduml today b Oiairman JlopIJns Governor II dc recommended a full course in medicine for the Unhfcrsity in a pmal me Kige The appropriations of the extra ses sion of the Fift firt General Awembl from the roenues vill approximate 1 000000 when all are in according to estimates The regular session appro priated about S19000000r The 280000 appropriated for the ex penses of the regular session was in fjfliciem llie House incurring a de ficienc f 15750 and the Senate 750 Thellou c committee again recommend ed an appropria...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 July 1921

i s THE COLUMBIA EYEN THIRTEENTH YEAR DEADLOCK ON ROAD BEL M LOWER HOUSE Much Debate Over Interpreta tion of Thirty Six Amend- ments to Substitute Measure NO LOW PRICED CEMENT Hains PrUposal to Establish Low Maximum Defeated Manufacturers Get 100000000 By Suit Ceretpondent Jeitewon Cm July 21 little pro gress was made in tlie House today in considering amendments to the commit- tee substitute road bill More than three hours were taken up in discussing the interpretation of provisions in the bill covering a minimum tpe of road to be constructed The amendment pro vides for a minimum type of claybound gravel road or its equivalent This afternoon an amendment by Rob ert L Hains of Saline County that would prevent the purchase of cement at a higher price than it could be man ufactured in a state owned plant was de feated The purpose of the amendment according to Mr Hains was to prevent the cement trust from gobbling up the munificent sum ot 100000000 He contended that cement manufactured...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 July 1921

page two OLDTMILSAS MEMORIAL IS i BADLY BEATEN House Defeats Plan for Cross Country Highway Between Kansas City and Sl Louis v REFUSE SUBSTITUTE BILL t lV Proposed Hard Surface Road Would Cost Approxi mately 9000000 to Construct Br Sull Certttpe41 Jehtrov Cm July 21 An effort to provide for the paving or tlie Old Trails road between St Louis and Kansas Crty as a memorial highvva was defeated in Me House late estcrda afternoon after a -lengthy discussion in which the rural delegates denounced peacock lanes at evcrj opportunity The paving of the road was included in the provisions of an amendment to the House road bill offered by Judge J Allen Prewitt of itie First district of Jackson County A urrtilute for the amendment providing for five primary roads based on the plan suggested by John Malang former Male highway superintendent was alo defeated The amendment offered by Judge Prewitl provided for the designation of the Old Trails road as a memorial to the soldiers sailors and marines...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 July 1921

i A News of Columbia Society Miss Cnrinne AtacLrr sonVv rJltnr 1 ni i all appreame it 1 nou tiill tdevhcnt The 1 t f -v t a tiu j uk mtinurrs vi jiKKij iicm uciurcA a anaiz occoeft Tdephonc 271 - Hiss Inabcl KintocV 1413 HinVson avenue entertained villi a line party at the Columbia Theater Ian ni ht in hon or of her sister Mis Hazel Kinloclc and Miss Oraa Sraoycr Mill ol Veraille Tho c hho attended the party were Miss es Irrna Riser Blanche Lauphcn Ruth Gillapir Evangeline Gillaspie Teg Holbs Hazel Kinlock Oma Smojcr ami Hazel Kinlock and Gilbert James Charta Bryan Hugh Proctor Hugh Triplett Harold Gross Foster Haley and A Jennings Mrs A MT Boss 1600 HinVson svenue chaperoned ilir group Krfrchments were sencd at the ColleRe Inn alter the party Miss Jladolln Denton daughter of the Hci and Mrs J J Denton 1413 Bon rhellc avenue mlm has been MMting for three weeks in Windwr and Sedaha vtill nturn to her home tomorrow Those bo ere entertained at din ner by members of the Country Club lat...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 July 1921

u Ii - PAGE FOG k The COLUMBIA EVENING Published every trenhif except Sunday by the Mi60uriin Publish ing Association Int Jay H Hal Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year H00 6 months 200 3 months 1X0 Br the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 100 6 monlhs 150 4 month 100 Outside the countyi Year 450i 3 months 25 month 45 cents Pajtole in advance Member Au Barean of Circula tions Entered as second class mail mat ter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 MORTGAGING THE FUTURE It is unfortunate that the forces brought n bear upon the city council caused them to decide to delay resurfacing the streets according to their former plans Of course the streets will be resurfaced some time probably neit year if they are not so badly worn as to male it necessary to lay new pavement entirely Any building policy must take the future into consideration and especially one regarding anything vhich vears ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 July 1921

Phone 55 - 5k Bankers and Postoffice Team Locked atrJLO10 in the Dark TmuciiT Leacce Stadiisc X Cluh Students S ftldipr - lif TcstoBicc ifj Bankers Clerks Barbers Printers W 2 3 2 v o L 0 1 1 1 2 Pet 1000 750 uSob 333 2 333 3 000 The Bankers and the PostoEcc fought a no decision seven inning game last night the score standing 10 to 10 in the last of the seventh darkness making a decision inning impossible It was by far the hardest fought game yet played neither team leading by a vide margin after the last of the fourth inning 1 Through the efforts of Kurtt carrier second sackcr the cashiers nearly put the game on ice in the first of the fourth After a Banker hitter had shot a little pop up to him ithich he missed be pro ceeded to boot the ball all oter the lot advancing Banker runners to second and third uhere they scored easily on the next hit The inning netted the Bankers a total of three runs In the first of the fifth Whitesfdes cashier first sacker hit a three bagger to right bu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 July 1921

lilt Sill SEEPAGE SIX ftT s w V fir If jTODECISIONIN IRISH SITUATION DeVaicra and Lloyd George Confer for More Than an Hour Bf Uiulri VM London JuIj 21 Tlie bais for a formal conference lias not been an nounced declared tbc official govern ment ttateraents tenia after DeVaicra ami Lloyd George had conferred on the Irish situation The two were closeted or more than an hour DeVaicra will go to Dublin tomorrow it was slated h his colleagues He will communicate with Llojd George later Sinn Icincrs will init that the outcome be favorable to their interest according to a statement made bv Arthur OBrien president of the Irish self dtermination Graduate of School of Journalism Prominent in United Press A booklet rccenll issued by the United Irrs gives Herbert W Waller a graduate of the School of Journal ijn a prominent place in its agcs which was issued to prcent the import ant men in the Unit ed Pre sen ice o the public lias the new paper history of CaIlcx on its sec ond page It stales tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 July 1921

- i iuj i mvv i mmptpi inwniii mi in bwiiwww uw ip MWHWWW RALPH BEL TO - CONFERENCEIF HOUSE AMENDS Passage by Lower Chamber Is Expected Not Later Than Tomorrow Morning MANY CHANGES MADE With 97 Amendments Offered to Senate Bill 68 Have Been Adopted in Two Days tr Suit CorTinedtnu Jejterson Gr July 21 Passage of die committee substitute road bill in the House is expected either late this after noon or tomorrow morning The meas ure was engrossed late jesterday after to days ol discussion during which ninety seven amendments were offered and sixt -eight were adopted fhen passed bj the House the measure will he in the form or the Ralph Senate bill which will be amend ed to conform to the committee substi tute The amended Ralph bill will then go back to the Senate where it will re ceiic little consideration since the ma jority of the members of the Unoer Ilone hae already expressed their op- portion to tnc provisions embodied in the measure b the House After being returned to the House a...

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. — 22 July 1921

Kc tef iw ft x t - h CLERGYMAN LONDON RUNS PICTURE SHOW Yoking Parson Tries to Get Away From Begging for Church Starts Movie SOON TO OPEN SALOON Bcliees in Making- Church Self Supporting Does Not Fear Any III Effects London July 22 Slop Legging and start business run a saloon a picture home a paunbrokcrige a fried fish shop an thing that is the advice of an enterprising priest of the Church of England to his fellow priests To carry on his work in the cast end of London the Iter E E Woolcombe has opened the largest moving picture house in his dist rict and has announced his intention of opening a saloon in the same street not as baits for the lag church goers hut as business concerns Such enterprise or at least the pic ture end of it may hate been duplicat ed h the more aggrctUe ministers of the free churches of America but for a minister of the Church of England the aristocratic state church vitli its Im posing bench of episcopal legislators in the House of Lords and all its tradi t...

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. — 22 July 1921

Ssgp A7iiir - in 7i L2 O i i ivewo u juwmuiu oocieiy lilut Corinne Mackey sotiety editor j vii appreciate it jou mf telephone i jocifty items bclucen 9 and 12 o ciocc JTeieitonc 27 irj The piests who vill be present at the1 informal reception which will be given by Prof and Mrs Robert L ltamsay at II nclocfc tonilit In lonor of Profound r Mrs Stephen I Langmaid of Ifcw Or leans wuo nave recently movcu lo ifi lumlia are Mr and Mrs E A Allen V Mrs E B Branim Prof and Mrs Dana f I Fiear Prof and Mrs J E wrench Mr rrj r C B Kotlnu Mits ii y tna Mrs v i iiuhiiu iits uuui Itol lins Mis Ruth Vildman Miss Et rf pT Johnsloiu Mis Gertrude Hrinrici Mis J Edith Miller Louise Stanley Mrs s J C Jones Jiss Katherine Jones Mrfc l It I I UmI ah I lw WTI 7 f j 1I0VT1 JIMHA i4iu vim iiift iimcv Vflj W V t I Vf 1 T t 1 XI- jf rroi u i - u iuuuun tun Margaret Chamberlain Mr and Mrs U S Hall Mis Octavia HaUt MUs Tcarl Mitchclf Prof and Mrs J S AnVcnej Mr Jane Hurt Mr and Mrs E It Gilders Mr and Mrs Odon ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 July 1921

6- U r P F fef 4 t f I H t PAGE FOUR mSUUmh TAJ COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOTOIA Published every evening except Sunday by U Mfssburian Publish ing Association Ine Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON JdJutAcoi SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year 4X0 6 month 4200 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 100 6 months 150 4 month 100 Outside the county Year 4J0 3 zvonths 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bareau of Grada tions Entered as second class mail mat Iffy 1 TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 Axireriising and Circulation 55 THE ROOMING PROBLEM That there are sufficient rooms avail ible in Columbia for mire than three thousand students was shown last fall when 215 rooms listed by the Commer cial Club remained unassigned after ac commodations had ben provided for all the students Despite this situation however a shortage of rooms for stu dents in the University of Missouri was reported in the metropolitan press Un...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 July 1921

ST ITTViHTIrHl I HI m ii wefSwE tv - ctrW5 I tv i 4Sb Says Sport Writer Who Be- lievcs Melancholy Will Close Georges Fight ing Days MAY LOSE JJEXT BATTLE s Combination of Injured Hand and Bruised Spirit Will Spell End to Man of Destiny Br HricxV L Farrixl lnited Pros S CorrejponJeiu Jaw York JuH 21 Georces Car pentier probably ought his last great rfcht against Jack uempsey ihere is ever reason to Believe that the French man is inrougn Aiucn -01 nis spirit isj gone and his right hand his only hope ui the ring is jcfacJked Led to believe through the adulation of his countrymen and through his -own experience in the ring that he was a inan of destiny Carpentier learned that he isnt He found out he is not the greatest and it hurt him Already the Frenchman has sien sign of a brelcn -spirit Jhe jueture of him icforev and after atanhas set it a strange contrast Happyare free and content he smiled and was jo vial all through his training Defeated he turned rather ullcn end morose His attit...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 July 1921

v PAGE SIX a CHILD LABOR BEL MZZLES Scnalois Oppose Measure Be caube of Lobbists 1 Propaganda 0 Staff Corrripondent JtrfirsoN City July 22 The teeth were taken out of the Scnatfjchild labor hill jretcrdajr afternoon when an entire trction of the measure was killed and the lull Vas placed on the informal cal endar There is a similar measure in llie Uouc however and it is believed that at Kill receive favorable action when it rcachc the cnate since the main ob jection to the Senate bill was that it was needess legislation in view of the Houe measure The Senate hill provides that no child der 1A vars mav ork during school Lours and that no child over 14 and un der lb vcars ma work during school liours without a permit certificate from the school superintendent or principal The occlion eliminated from the bill prohibited an child under 16 jears from working more than fort eight hours a week or more1 than eight hours a day with or without the consent of the par ents or guardian The elimi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 July 1921

A THE COLUMBIA EVE I THIRTEENTH YEAR SAYS YELLOW JOURNALS ARE REAL MENACE Japanese Chautauqua Lecturer Deplores Rumors of War Between His Coun try and U S PAPERS SPREAD GOSSIP Solution of Problem Lies in a Common Language and a Common Faith for Nations A common language and a common tilth are the solution of problems be tween Japan and other nations accord ing to Dr Yutaka Minakuchi qna lecturer last mwt Dr Minakuchi deplored rumors to the effect thai Japan was preparing for war with the United States or any other na tion He scored yellow newspapers and sensation loving persons who spread such gosip He made a strong plea for friendship between the United States in nhich he lias lived twenty three years and received his education and Japan his birthplace Tbe Kingdom of Heacn that is in you and me that is the borderland where the East and Vest must meet tome day and where they nay meet at any time he said His sub ject was The Borderland Ge ographically he defined this as the islands i...

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