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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 July 1921

r 5r M re tSfr th kr m PAGE SIX ENGLISH WANT US IDEAS ON DISARMAMENT Arc Wondering Whether Every day Americans Are Be hind President on Question SKEPTICAL BUT SERIOUS Llojd George Wants to Come to Disarmament Confer- cncc Meets With Opposition Di K Walter Iondon bj mail What the ordi nal every day American thinks about all this disarmament and pacific business is jcit what is most difficult to find out fiver here Perhaps vvhen the nevvspa Iers from the inland cities begin to ar rive something more may be gleaned from them than from the New York press which up to present reading re flects nothing but the fixed opinions of well recognired political sects The same difficult may be felt by the ordinary American In whom only the extracts from the political press of London are avail able so I will trj to set down here the reaction of the average Englishman as one meets lum in real life In the firl place he is rather skepti Fal regarding any disarmament proposal It took him a long time 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. — 1 August 1921

sr K I V 1 THE COLUMBIA EV1 Ithirteenth year OAD MEASURE IS PASSED BY LEGISLATURE Plan Is to Sell Bonds Amount ing to 10000000 in 1923 and 5000000 Sue ceeding Years ONLY TWO AGAINST BILL Boone County Assured of 480- 000 More if Old Trails Is Made a State Highway As predicted in the Missourian the road bill was pased by the Legislature Saturday night and the work of the spe cial sra iuu nw lumpiciea anout o oclock Sunday morning Official ad- ift iifff ine die is set for noon Wed fSn nesaaj but U die members of the Leg- r V tclfnr IMt fnr tnpir nnmn vmiwJav only the clerical force remaining to edit the records Under the provisions of the road meas ure as passed Boone County is assured of 480000 for the eighty miles of state roads in the county ten miles of which are located on the Boone Audrain coun ty line If the Old Trails road is desig nated as one of the hard surface high ways in the state system Boone County also receive an additional appor tionment of about 270000 besides fed er...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 August 1921

RWro c - h it PAGE TWO MITCOLLEGE TO HAVE DAY AT STATE FAIR zAll Agricultural Departments to Give Products for Big Dinner on August Eighteenth GOV HYDE A SPEAKER Students and Graduates of School to Register -at Booth in U of M Building College ol Agriculture Day at the State Fair ilt be August 18 There will be a program and committees haie been appointed to oversee the arious details of the days entertainment R L Hill has been appointed super intendent of the press bureau His duty will be to compile the livestock awards and to furnish the agricultural and county press with the names and awards as soon as the judging is over Mr Hill ill have ten bojs and two stenographers to assist in this work The College of Agriculture will have a booth in the University of Missouri Building on the Fair Grounds and there all the short course students regular students graduates of the school and the former students will register This booth will be in charge of D W Chit tenden He will distribute badg...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 August 1921

m 22 North 9th St - - yffti1 v News of Columbia Society Mus Edna Baskett and illuj Ruth JTcrren jociWj editors will appreciate it if jou uill telephone society items be tween 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 f Mrs II J Caters 8 Watson place will entertain tomorrow at the Country dub uith a bridge luncheon in honor of Mrs Richard Jesse Jr Mrs S L Wa ters of Manhattan Kan and Mrs Pat terson Bain Jr The other guests will be Mrs Lloyd Jones Mis Catherine Jones Mrs Alexander Martin Miss Adeline Jesse and Miss Mary Jesse Mrs Waters is pending the summer vith her mother Mrs B A Watson 8 Watson place Mr Raymond Mitchell of Danville Vs is in coiumma as tne guest at his cousin Mrs I W Niedenneyer and Mrs Joe Estes He willbe in Columbia about two weeks Mr and Mrs Warren S Branham of 402 College aenue 1110 liae been in the East for the last two weeks returned home Saturday They were accompanied to Columbia by Camilla and Charles Col lins of St Louis who will spend a month with their grandmother Mr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 August 1921

n t fejT - ljl TAGE FOUR t THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIXN Published erery evening except Snnday by the Missonnan Publish ing Association Int Jay H ISeff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Ma sacis SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year 100 6 month 100 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents tingle copies S cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 1100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Iajable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions tnlenil as cecond clau mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newa 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 TAPS FOR FUNSTON AND PIKE Taps hate sounded for Camp Funston and Camp Pike Thoe two cantonments vbich housed several hundred thousand joung American fighters from Missouri and nearby states are soon to be nothing but memories to the men who spent months there Governmental orders with economy up permost in mind provide that the pres ent reduced forces of the American Army shall be concentrated in four big camps...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 August 1921

ya m w K m I Thone 55 MgHiWi ter on the field like a bunch of flappers The hit and they run the bases They do everything a good ball club should do and they do it well George Gibson has the morale of the club at a high pitch There arc no tales of Pirates being fined for plajing extra innings around the bright lights There arc noHialtlcs between the plajcrs and a roach who tens them to uo something The Pirates look like a ball club the field and they act like one They FORSALE 1917 Model Ford in good condition Missouri Motor Co Garage 1517 N Seventh St FOR SALE Hupmobile in fine me chanical condition wilh 4 new tires Mis souri Motor Co Garage 15 17 North Seventh Si M 282tf FOR SALE We have 250 houses and 75 good farms for sale See us before jou buy Weathers Whitcsides Phone 272 W 300 II27Itf FOR SALE 1917 Model Ford in good condition Missouri Motor Co Garage 15 17 North Seventh St M 282if FOR RENT TOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms with bath Phone 712 J 283tf FOR RENT Two furnished rooms...

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. — 1 August 1921

as w AGE K A rfd BRTTAMWAMS US FRIENDSHIP Statues of Washington and Lin coln Popular in England By Clyde A Beau Vrdtti Prtis Stall Cormponient Lodov by mail -Everything on this side of the water points o the rapid increase of good feeling toward the United States The unthinkabihtv of qumeling with America is only rivaled as a popular newspaper topic by the im possibility of war Friendly cc operation with the Unit ed States is for us said Lloyd George in his opening address to the Dominion premiers no meeting in London a cardinal principle We are ready to discus with American statesmen any proposal for the limitation of arma ments which they may wish to set out and ve can undertake that no such oer iurcs will find a lack of willingness on our part to meet them The last few months hae seen a cud den growth of Washington busts and Hatucs in England The Sulgrave la stitution presented three busts one to Lierpool one to Sulgrate Manor the borne of Washingtons ancestors and the third went...

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. — 2 August 1921

28 la IM 111 sn UufV MEM sPl I a qty council TO PURCHASE NEW TURBINE flew Generator Which Is to Cost 33389 Will Be Installed Within Next Ninety Days STREETS TO BE MARKED Commercial Cluh to Erect Mark ers Before Fall Term Opens Raise Rent on City Hall The Columbia water and light depart ment will have a new 33389 turbine villi a maximum capacity of 1250 kw within llic next ninety da a according to the action taken by the city council at its meeting la l night On the recom mendation of the water and light commit tee that this turbine be bought and the contract signed with the Weslinghouse Elcrtric Co the council passed an or dinance authorizing the major to com plete negotiations with the company for he new turbine In view of the fact that there has been i reduction of about 7000 since March in the price of this machinery seviral of the members were in favor of a fur ther delaj in the hope of a greater de create It was pointed out by the maj or and others that in all probabilities the...

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. — 2 August 1921

ra I r IP II I AGE TWO cmlizm1i0ws suffMngmi MODERN BIBLE This Contention Is Made by H C Wells in His New Book The Salvaging of Civilization IS DREADFUL WORLD Noted1 Engl ish Author Suggests Changes to Bring About Happier International Relations In JoliirO London the British week Jj is a rciicw of II G Wclli latest judgment of the iorId with the custom ary concction for each oil exposed This latest ork Mr Wells has chosen to call The Salvaging of Gtilization and in it lie suggests a number of start ling rcTiions of the cr keystones of things as the arc Of Mr Wells his plan and lii book the English reviewer has this to sa This is the age of pesimism Wc are far enough aua from Brownings mood Gods in his heaven alls -a ell with the world Today ourdcans arc gloom and our novelists are gloomier In his new book The Salvaging of Ov ulation Cas ell 7s 6d Mr II G IVells nctps over the ruins of a world This world of mankind seems to mc to Ik a siciter and dread ful world It has come to tliis ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 August 1921

nM i le s JVto 0 Columbia Society a Edna Basket and Miss Rath Yfjtn societ editors iciil appreciate telephone society items tcill be- J 19 nrtnrl Trlrnhnne 271 fweoi ffcofesor and Mrs J V Anltcnr TB Anderson aienue entertained last t r we BCU C w tf jJjss in usual education and the enrolled in ocational agriculture A program of talLa bj the vocational n n3 a motion picture and etere jajtieon demonstration ljy Professor as lielJ on the lawn at 8 jcntr clod followed b a reception and sen lr p refreshments in tlic dining room tiki as decorateil in old gold and Uxi Mrs F W Alliertson and Miss UiUrcd SlumLurg assisted in serving jUxnt forty ucts were present JJm Mary Unubilh Jameson 408 Cuti inlli 4reU will entertain villi I card party of four tables at 930 oclock Ujmrrow morning licfreshments nill lie ftrrtd Tlie out of ton guests villi It Miss Cibson Miss Sara fez Wheeler and Miss Alberta Mcln tjit Tlic other guets will be Mies Ucy Eans Caroline Cotton Gladys Tandy Frances Wajne Allen ...

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. — 2 August 1921

ft f i W 31 I PO PACEQUR THE COLUMBIAEVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening eicept Sunday by the Miseoumjwpublisb lag AiclilIonj Int Jay H Neff Jlall Columbia Miisouii ALFONSO JOBKSON MyAcra SUBSCRIPTION ItATESr Gty Ci5in dTanceYcar4DO 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the week lOcinti tingle copies 5 cents By Mail in BooneConnty Year 100 6 months 1X0 4 months 100 Outride the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE LUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 35 SUMMER TERM SPIRIT It is often said that there is no school spirit among summer students of colleges and universities and sometimes this i generally the truth Pretioux to this summer he students of the summer term hate shown little interest in the univer sity as an institution other than as a place to gain knowledge But the condition here this summer i unique and indicates a bigger future for thcUrurersit There is a schoo...

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 August 1921

m 4 Aw rwi molrl nf C iS f x V Annapolis Teams Take Honors in Football Rowing and HaVY ATHLETES ElREVICrORlOtSf Other Sports Bv IIcmiy L Faiuieu llmtcd Press Stall Correspondent New York by mail Midshipmen of ihc United Stales Naal Academy arc entitled to lult a big clicsl out in uicir tight laced jackets The Navy wrote big letters on the intercollegiate srort calendar for the 191921 season The Annapolis rowing crew not only on the undisputed champjonfhip of ihe wat r but it proved itself one of lie prates eights ccr developed in the United States la addition Navy won the boxing fencing and gymnastic titles and beat Armv at football which was perhaps the sweetest of til the seasons triumphs to the future admirals With the exception of football the collegiate championships for the scho lastic car were all fairly well establish ed Princeton had a big year one of the most successful in Nassaus history The Tigers won the eastern looltjaii cnam rioaship the tennis and water polo croras a...

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 August 1921

I I I lj I- Hi t l t I 3 PACE SK EDUCATION OF CHINESE IN U S ADVOCATED Teacher in Canton School for 6 Years Points Out Work Being Done in Oth er Countries TELLS OF CONDITIONS England and France Making It Possible for Chinese to Work Their Way in College The United States ought to make it easier for the Chinese to get an educa tion as the Englih and French are do ing if we wish to win a major place in the eer increasing trade with China said 0 W McMiIlen who has just re turned from Canton China where he Iia taught in the Union Middle School for the last six years Mr McMiIlen told how the English are lowering the bars for the Chinese students and th French hae gone so far as to csLiJish a University in France for Chinese partly supported bj the French and parti by Chinese These are bids for Chinese friend ship and trade for the students after re ceiving their education in a country all rrtum home enthused with the coun try and are potent factors in turning the trade of their friends i...

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. — 3 August 1921

I THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR PROPOSAL TO ELECT WOMEN FAVOREDHERE Constitutional Convention and Three Amendments All Receive Majorities in Columbia SOLDIER BONUS IN DOUBT Centralia Votes Against All Ex cept Amendment to Pay Interest From cense Fees Although majorities against the pro posed constitutional contention and the constitutional amendments were voted in many rural precincts all four propo sitions were pit en majorities in the county as a whole as a result of the vote in tie four precincts in Columbia In the rural precincts a very light tote was cast but m Columbia the vote was near lv one third nf the normal poll That there was a great difference of jpinwn on all the proportions is shown in a coraarison of the totes in the tari cos precincts On the constitution con vention proppitin for example the rote in the fourth precinct of Columbia I5 489 to 21 while in the Hinton pre cinct it wis 9 to 21 against In the Sapp precinct rn the same proposition the wil...

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. — 3 August 1921

I ih V W JWV Br til S PAGE TVTO r WANTS PUBLIC - PROeLAMTION OH US STAND France Believes It Necessary Be fore Disarmament Dis cussion That U S Approve Treaty PROBLEMS ARE BROAD Conference Will Cover Whole European Situation In cluding the Russian v Question WAsfmcTot D b mail French delegates lo the Washington dis armament conference vi 111 endeavor to obtain public proclamation by the Unit ed States of the principles contained in reliable source France feel that it would be inqios sible In get anywhere in the discussion concerning limitation of land armaments on the continent without a declaration from America aimed at possible future German aggression ami lo obtain this the French dclegajrs will indicate Frances willingness to accept a public statement of principles b the United States in lieu of the more formal signed treaty it was said One European rountr which may be represented at the disarmament confer ence has already been sounded out by Qua dOrsa as to whether or not sup po...

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. — 3 August 1921

- U U News of Columbia Society If TJnn TlfTtlrrtt tmH Aft PtttL ft JlltM -- I ISpjfflTTO jocirty editors trill appreciate jf j yoa triu teiepnone society items be- i nrfOJ 9 end 12 o ciock J ctepftone 274 Indies Day t tle Country Gub was C attended jeslerdav bv Hie club nonbers Mrs W G Knight had as imprests Mrs Pruitt Anderson Mrs Earl Koome aim virs Herbert unite Mrs H Wallers entertained Miss Emma Strawn Miss Adeline Jesse Miss Miry Jee Miss Catherine Jones Mrs Ridiard Jese Mr1 Llojd E Jonesand Mi Alexander Martin Other guests vilio attended Ladies Day ime Mrs Bern McAlester Mrs Dudley Cbnley Mrs C H Miller Mrs James Gordon Mrs E II Guitar Mrs II I I- BrafE Mrs- WiIIis Mrs- L gi Stephens Mrs John Sjles Mrs C W ft Pifrres Mrs Dan G Stine Mrs Frank W L Martin Mrs E C Qinkscales Mrs t Turner GmUcales Mrs Russell Clinl fe1 tales Mrs T K Catron Mrs I A Birth Mrs J M Batterton Miss Ppnia Hunt Miss Frances Hunt Miss TTilla Liphtner Miss Caroline Cotton iliss Mary Liphtner Miss Julia Bow...

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. — 3 August 1921

I PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sundiy by the Missouri Publish ing Association Inc Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mjuucm SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cash in advance Year400 6 months 200 3 months 1YJ0 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 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pa able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 510 EACH FOR WAR If ou favor disarmament and ou undoubtedly do the governments state ment that ars past present and future cos the United States during the fiscal ear ending Jul 1 nearly four billion dollars then Preident Hardings dis armament conference will assume an added significance in jour mine Huge sums have a meaningless inter pretation when we sec them on paper but when one stops to think thirl four billion dollars amoun...

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. — 3 August 1921

f Phone 55 FOR SALE Eighteen foot Oldtown Canoe Brass and mahogany trimmings and open gunwhales pairs paddles lock and chain First class condition Call 1159 black S 288 FOR SALE An eight room modern Jiousc Hot air heat Good garage and outbuildings Well located near Uni versity and colleges Easy terms Phone 1312 black Mrs K M Taylor T 286 FOR SALE Thoroughbred fox ter rier One year old Price 5 Address Box E Missourian E 285 FOR SALE 403 Price Avenue Choice furmslung Several bedroom suites in cluding solid mahogany twin beds springs and mattresses complete prac tically new One ivory bedroom suite nearly new One Queen Anne solid ma hogany dining room suite buffet four leaf extension table and six upholstered chiirs Rugs shades inlaid linoleum tables chairs etc House open balance of this week George S Spaulding S386 TOR SALE White enameled break fat tabic and seats Call 1151 P 287 FOR SALE Six room modern house on Paquin street Tos session September firt S- H Sides Phone 1W S285 FOR SAL...

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. — 3 August 1921

H gsswl I I i If 5 Space ax COLUMBIA MAY HAVE PUBLIC PARK SYSTEM Combining School Ground Im provement and Landscape Work Is Cheapest Method MAJOR ESTIMATES COST Bond Issue to Erect New Build ing and Buy Land Will Cover Projects En tire Cost Formation of a public park system bv improvement of school pounds of Co lumbia is part of plan of the Columbia School board in submitting a proposition jn vote 73000 in bonds to build one new grade school building and to buy additional rounds for the city schools The creation of the plaj ground and park system was incorporated in the plan on the recommendation of Horace I Ma jor assistant professor of landscape gardening and superintendent of grounds of the Unitcrsity ho is land tcape architect for the school board After making a surrey of the school property and learning of the plan of the tthool board to purchase additional grounds for each of the six grade K hooI Mr Major in a report to the board suggested that the city officials and cliool bo...

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. — 4 August 1921

daring the ansence ot President K 11 j Jesse Since 1918 lie has been Vice Prrident of the University Dean Jones is a member of the man jcp committee of the American Schools of Classical Studies in Rome American Philological Association Ar chaeological Institute of America Classi cal Association of Middle West and South Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Theta Pi He is a member of the Presbyter jai Church Doctor Jones was married July 7 1856 to Miss Clara Field Thompson of Cslnmhia They hare three children Msjor Llojd Jones Mrs Patterson Bain and Miss Catherine Jones EMANCIPATION PARADE I STARTS NEGRO FESTIVITY Celebration Consists of Much Good Food Baseball Game and Jazz Music Tm hands and a jazz orchestra were ijrkuled in the Emancipation Say pa rjdf VM this ntm A itSSpTeiTETay iine and wagon bearing a negro and l tiro rhildien led the parade The Magic Git Cornet Band from Moberly fur ashed the first of three installments of music along the way The Douglas School band led by G O Caldwell alo ...

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