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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 October 1920

m "fPffT?V! Is&r f - &t '$' "'i j a- JR. Si IT: I I 2 i fr gfc MCE TWO" - . -. Says Lithuania must keep its independence & Atgusl Tells of Progress of Country Since Freedom From German-Russian Control. 18 -AGAINST BOLSHEVISM Country Has Establishec! a Na tional Assembly Outcome Rests With Power in Poland. "We re simply fightinj for hat is ours and xlul is oar right," said Con sUntlne August, a student in the Uni Tersily from Lithuania, the little cauntry north of Poland. "Many accusations as to th? cau' of our attitude toward Poland have been Bade, but they are for the most Hrt false. The real cause of the present h& s lilities toward Poland is the desire ti make good our independence so recent lr established." Mr. Aucust is one of three students in the University, from Lithuania. In 1916. short time after he came to this coun try, be became associate editor of the Lithuanian Daily News of Chicago. This lall ne entered the School of Engineer ing of the University. Pe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 October 1920

a THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MISSOtlRIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1920 fAek; a i I ' I SCORES WILSON AND LEAGUE IN STOMP SPEECH Major Atkinson Tells Crowd That League 1'act Is I rouble-Maker in Republican Rally List Nigbl. WOMEN AIuTa FACTOR Says Europeans Are Preparing to Pounce On Each Oilier As Soon As Man Power Is Sufficient. TV IjMRUC t,( Nations n trmiMt makt-r. Stay out of Kurope and lier quar jH; be the matr in your on Ihjum: and ncr let jour frhibboletlt le Amrri cinisra for Americans as die a-Mic of Major DrtU AlUuswn, !tn rpulr un der Uie auspices of the Republican Club at the CfurtItour la.t night Major At Vinson U an Ohioau, ub U louring the West in On- inlrrot .f tti Itet'uUican party. He is a graduate nf tu uuivrr tines, CI ura r ami Harvard, ami a 1 ijjr A captain In the army at die outbreak. of the ar, but ton oll to lead bis mm, he mi placed in charge S Inpital uoiL in France. It as Me acting in ibis capacity lhal be his bounded, for vliich he re rtirod the Croix de Cucrte...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 October 1920

j- ,T , ijsy. - -l- ft. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAN. THURSDAY. OCTODER 7. 1920 ILi'v'nnj rrt., YENlNG MiSSOURIAN ??.?" S..J.. l-Tll. RiU-r' c1""l'. HhMiL .Worn Itkm. .. Uwt, SUSCtr7IO! RATES ' suit mtL U mill ..rt. H ,. ,u S.1 " B.. J Crc.Uli-.fc ta&wa' u .ji" . . r MiUu . l.k .. ... - :SHr,u.r - SJET5.. ss- - -"vimMt iau - I TIUMI0.NE MIUECtu , 44rntUH a"rrLj"7.7.7. ..IT4 . U. )tHY A tEAflt'H OF NATION'S. The balance nf rmwcr. as a formula -" v rotilntrnuiioiul rar, ha. failed miser. Wy. The Hague Tribunal, who.li was Mpected to render inlcriiatii.nal justice uy-imrre arbitration, u, deluded its founders. Thr World War .IrmoiMraled clearly that any such arrangements -.founded nierrl) t,ie intention nf pre- -"'--PCar """"' Pf"' " Hence tnet laguc of Rations. Never la. idealism i.f ihe highest kind S been jiut into a more noble and practical purpose than llut embodied in ll co venant of the. League f Nations. It embodies the earnest desire .f all na. tloni to Ihe at peace uit...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 October 1920

rfiW?j&xim '- -A '"" r r i . . f T II r That Waste Material has Money in it We pay Highest Prices Chicago Iron and Metal Company Call 653 1 SAPP BROS. REPAIR SHOES Just class workmanship and prompt service guaranteed, fork called for and delivered without extra charge. 810 Broadway Phone 315 For Insurance That Insures SEE SMITH & CATRON REALTY CO. Phone 27 TIGER TAXICAB CO. No. 17 N. Ninth St. ' PnONE 1199 Day and Night Service Country Trips a Specialty All Big Cars THE COLUMBIA EVENING- M1SSOURIAN... THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7. -1Q9n In the Field of Spot t Money Found Selling your Magazines and Paper Phone 392 Will Call Klass Com. Co. SAYS K. U. HAS BEST LlE IN VALLEY "Scrubb) Laslett, former K. U. fool. will rapiain and this mr ro.l.;.. .1.- Kanas line, in a recent soeech tf,. ine siuoeni Lour mad- the .!-!. ,:. inai tvansas lud the hi I;.. : .k- vanet mis tear. If what La,!,.. v ;. rue. there should be .pile a scrimma-e .x-tween ths Missouri and K.nu. i:L. ,!'.n '"'ng Day out th...

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. — 7 October 1920

"WBB9-S" W Hh-Zm- fACE.ax ' THE COLUMBIA- EVENING M1SS0URIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920 If B 1 - i ? f "- s If Assembly of PALESTINE TO MEET TODAY delegates, Elected by Adult Population, to Adopt Laws for Political Organize lion. WOMEN ARE MEMBERS Ultra-Religious Elements Urge in Vain Tliai Equal S.iff. rage Is Violation of Tradition. ."U. I'alcstim, Of lolx-r 7 AIlT dclars anil lmtnonrnwnl roirrinir rwio.1 nf nrarlr I wo jcar, u Conti- " rtwraWr I Palwtine. lo which 1 1 T ll4"c bet" clr:,rd ',5 ,h'' ""'" dull Jewish population of the rountrT. PHiTtircl here today. for tlc ,,urpov ,,f adopting ueJ, rjifation ml). ltr wrtata essential for I he political orjan uaiiorr of Pauline's Jtr. The Kx-mlily xliich Iks iwh-iIk- anr JH of Sir HtiWt L. Saiinitl. Itriii-li ill cwmmiwronr' I" 1'alrsline, will aKi be called upon t. nlablMi the latus am.1 functions of the courts of atlntra taon. The last ptlOT !ate Vluijt Iia Iwen fixed for the mrciin- of ili IkkIt wa Way 6, hut on thai day Jerusalem...

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. — 8 October 1920

THE COLUMBIj EftNING MISSOURIAN j k THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURL'FMDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920 NUMBER 32 ,n l HAYS JESUS IS NOT NEBULOUS PERSONALITY Lawrence Jones Tells Sunday School Convention "It Is a Crime the Way Jesus Is Taught." SHOULD TRAIN TEACHER Proper Organization of Work in Association Described by Worker From In dependence. "Tell bn l'13' if "bere bad been a baseball mm in Nazareth, Jesus would . have been one of the best bill players; then tbey will begirt to lake interest, aid Lawrence Jones of Indcpcndece 1 xW county convention of Sunday schools yesterday afternoon. "Il has been a crime the way Jesus Christ has been taught in our Sunday schools. He, lias never been presented W me as I would present Ilim to another lutv It uss alw.ivs ni-MnfMfl In nv 1 ui vague, nebulous personality who led .J ft perfect life which e know little about. "An adolescent boy's interests are pri BjrDjf physicaL Tell him about the physical Christ, who was a boy growing ip among other boys, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 October 1920

mKmmMBUmBm&UmeKMmejmKmBKmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmBmK eSPW?,- s fr BR? - i tt y!CETyo TIIE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920 rlnthe Field of Spot t I'JPOFfiTO BEAT ST. LOUIS U. TEAM fat i f ,1.1 .,hM Su Lon! w"M Ke one ; tVTT "" down there lo beat us." "! .Coach Jolm F. Millw as he ui.g ward the departing Wabash train last jn&t 5 o'clock. The UaWmity ban.! Wton the M. K. T. at 12:4o orlorl. t.awraT hundred students were at the . i J?-"0 1 Tiger eleren a send n. jThtre was little eiciirment. hardly y. noise, until Just before, train time r,l!ea '" tdU ease a rousing jell jIm thy team. Then the train started; "' pUyers ho had lingered on the plat. jorm for i last few word's wiih friends 22&S tbord- The crowd of men and "omeaifuden'u dispersed; the train dis- Ppeared around the cure. Everjthmg s allent and solemn as when the troopship, lef, Hobotrn in the dead r.f i"tht during the war. Besides twentv fi. T:. .1 Ward the Wabash special the athletic ,1 5ir nd ""hes,...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 October 1920

. . -VJ, Jfe 3f .-; fc i,. . . ,,- ft a tv. y- 4 .j. . I v r ? Vv- . I J ,. ,j V; X WANT ADS For the Missourian Can be 'left at'TVe Drug Shop , Suits ' 11 U You'll bp 'sacpris-ctl at our wonderfulhow ing of Society Brand, Slein-Bloch and Lang. Iiam suits at wonderful values. These. same suitsare priced by many firms and advertised as wonderful values at S75. Our prices are $55. $60. I Wc call special attention to our immense line of all-wool suits at $25, $30, $35, $40 l (Wc arc watching the market closely and any rc?luc liou in any line of merchandisfe wc carry, our customers can be assured thai they will reap the benefit.) y - THEfcOLuMBiA Evening missourian. Friday. October 8. 1920 PACE THUS UNIVERSITY. N.fetfS Mi! vicucd.' Th wis the second nKClirig oLthc club iinte the wrl Before tlie Wir Dean -Miller orwnued those iter- I? f. . . . . .t ,- t j .1 . . J tsteu in the tunjr oi-we cmuics nu u Kalbrin Crumley uf Read HtlUrty 0f tne Creek Euripides were rod. Tteclub was discontinued...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 October 1920

Wg&f&sgemm S33&-; XM -vace otm gwyygfc T7 the coLuiviM'EvTO w w sr :. f J4K. k" ftwB -i- r- ,4 s 15.; N Nv- pa. 51 ;. J JTHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN aJiaaa4' tftry arala nctpt Sas&r It tkt MbmrUa raotbktar Aaaaciatloa. loe, J.t H. Half Hall, CahmlU, allaaKrl. Allooa. )aasaaa. baaf.;. SUISCxtrTIOS RATES Cry I Maala. casta, wed, 19 con; alalia . eeala. 1) uU li Baaaa Caaatjl Yaar. M-: taa. IL7SS 3 bouIs. T ccaia. OataMa n. comalri Yaar. SUOi 3 BacAa, l-SSj oatk si crau. PajaMa ia idmn. SJemaer Aaah Baraaa af Qrcwlatiaaa. r EavaraJ as aeeaol-cuae nail naacr. Awft' saca for aaalriaf at aparial rata af partaaa pta ioaJ (ar la Sacllaa 1103, Act of October 3. 1I7. ataacboj Statemaar X, His. TELEf HONE MUEEKi in xt AAfartlalaf ul Clrcabtioa, SS. ITALT AND II EK CRISIS Although ihere has bwn much oppo , lilion and criticism in the Italian Sen- lie regarding the non-rcistance policy re- sorted to by John Ciolitti, ilie Italian premier, in dealing with the tremendous . cria...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 October 1920

,, , ni 1 I n.u."1"-"?111 1 mi i. t " , CLOTH AMI SILK BFTTOXS Mile ihe " Trimmings for Ontto. We-make lb.rm-for.yoa on' the prrmises in all Styles and Sires tbe same day you order. L iVOLFSOX, Ladles' Tnor. Miller Building Phone 834 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAN. FRIDAY. OCTOnEK n 1090 Helen M. Richards VIOLIN SOLOIST AND TEACHER Two jears teaching in Normal Department of New England Conserva tory. Boston, Mass. Phone 1257 Mack 40G Hitt DR. OBRYAN .Chiropractor"" 16 Elvira Bldg. That Waste Material has Money in it We pay Highest Prices Chicago Iron and Metal Company Call 653 ' Money Found Selling your Magazines and Paper Phone 392 Will GUI Klass Com. Co. S. K. C. CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING Phone S3Uhlfa JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Suits Made-to-Measure Cleaning Pressing Altering Phone 13 Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg. 8th St. Entrance LEARN TO DANCE Private Lessons By Appointment Only MRS. JAMESON Phone 589 f " HENRY Who formerly caused the boys to flock to the Tavern to get a real'shine i...

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. — 8 October 1920

--& . 1 : -" tfi .; &- -.- T-f K" JU2-3, :.;, rfft ". - (-. & -i. ' .; AG8 ax - THE COLUMBIA' EVNlRG Hlgg&lMAN. FRHJAY, OCTOBER 8,1920 rf,'1" ,e 8a ' SUrrwn. " - !, accompanied by W. D. 'MiTer of St. Loni,, will go to Stur eM tomorrow afternoon to speak on the c issuea of the day for the Democratic par jr. Mr. Nelson will ipeak inTiarrisburg Saturday night. On Adkini Sks of iBjaries. Ora Washington Adklns an engineer died yesterday afternoon at Parker Me. mortal hospital of injuries received in an acciucni at mh uuiu ice luneru was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon, at the family home on More s boulevard. Burial iuuk (iii.c iu wc iiuuua cemetery. Lieut. .MfCammon Will Krmaln Here, The statement made In a recent issue of the Jlissounan that Lieut. J. E, Mc .amnion would leave loiumoia was a mistake. Lirut. IcCainmon will remain here as an assistant professor of mili tary science and tactics. I. Wolfson The Only Ladies' Tailor between St. Louis and Kansas City. Everybod...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 October 1920

JTHE COLUMBIA IVlSlNG MISURIAN 1 THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAX; OCTOBER 9, 1920 v,,xnjf 9 .,. - ?JM 1 TIGERS BEAT BMJKENSBY SCORE OF 42-0 Missouri Has Little Trouble in Making First Downs, by Consistent Gains at Will. 21 POINTS FIRST HALF First Game After Many Years Prate an Easy Contest for Gold and Black Eleven. $prciat U the MiMMibn. Sr. Lori Oct, 9. The Missouri Tigers surprised everyone tliemselves included, tlj making a walkover uf today's game with St. Louis University. Tjir final scoie was 42 la 0. Tire Tigers went lLiour.li the line and around tlie ends with equal ease. Sev. era! forward passes were successful, one resulting in a touchdown, when Coepel fell across llie goal line. fuzzy Williams in the, last quartet got asay for a 50 yard run for a touch do n. The weather conditions were ideal A croud of 7,500 enthusiasts rilled the grandstand at Sportman's Pari. At 2:33 clock the Tigers trottetl onto the field amid cheers from Missouri section. Then as the St...

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. — 9 October 1920

H tMBBWWNSBIiSRSraw " -8HPHBHHBHsBP5 b I St ' w II . 1 Bfegttwp ! -- UNIVERSITY NEWS I ' 'ii " "" atodent, is spending the wc end wju, r?latiT in Palmyra, Mo. . t. V?.7"1 ""lf i- e University, raiting at Lexington. .rI.lme? Wright, a student in the .unweruty, is i,iting in Fayette. w E. Smith and Arthur Winkler are JJlh. week-end at their home, at .!! lb Rwd' smdra ta 'he Uniier "JI. left yesterday for a week-end visit Jws.in CtrroIIton. Mo. Kothwdl Xefholz. a student in the Umvers,ty. left yesterday for a week-end t w,th parents in Oak Grove. Mo. Vim Maud -Merrill, a student in aai!n College, i, spading ,he week- T l h" pirenu in Moberly. John Whiteside, a student in the Uni. rs.ty, is spending the week-end with his ,Prente m BowUng Creen, Mo- -i -uwara auii, Pendleton Hall and Ben -lusher, students in the University, vent U flm ,0 ,pend ,he -d. ..' Annie Laura Clazier, a student " u nnrersiry.wenl to Boonvilk jweraay. William Fahiin nJ n.... -!.: awlenu i, in the University left 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. — 9 October 1920

"VsV3?7 V. - -."Ssv r Is - .-' " ' - . . --f -a ' .." r , PAGE THKB W II " ' ' I - ' III I - THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1920 PRECAUTION IS USED AGAINST A FIRE HERE Thorough Canvass Shows Citi zens of Columbia Cele brate Fire Prevention Day Daily. VARIOUS METHODS USED 5500,000 Fire Teaches One Man Mo't Housewives Are Careful Willi Their Matches. Evidently to inanv of Columbia rit Urns, Fire Prevention Day is every 'lay, uid not merely October 9. -"tvTii't do you f!o to prevent a fire?" his the question a-kcd of a dozen promi nent business men of Columbia tint morning. T tike particular care in guarding agiinst defective firing. aid J. II. Fa tes of the Estes Dry CxkIs G.. "A $M0.- vS-UjOO fire in Richmond taught me this val- Bible lesson, Mr. Estes continued. He (ore the 6re, I dreaded to see the fire inspector come around, thinking that it meant extra expense. Put I know now that 1 cannot comply too closely wuh his requirements; it is chcaier in the long ...

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. — 9 October 1920

F ; fev ACE POUR - TOE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920 w i ' Kir !b i f ;- t'i Iff fc ir I Is. 1 ii B Ija- - ?fT M ?e 1 fc ' ft m t JTHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN h).-J 'Tim-no ii i r- H 5s-y ftf ih ti,; umif A-misUss. I-. ."" --. alsww.it, JUI. ,, Jar "- Jossls-I. ', SL'5OU?TI0N EATES ', 3 emit.' 2wS..,r.cr". ,. - am. -J tests. ..k ,s ,,. r.u. u ....st.. ill's I J M ( lis. Between .Columns L I U.s.W, A.,), B.im. I Urr-uil'MS. CmwW u ssi-sads-Uu msU unit. Aeerst. vT,V af it smut tu i f-nf. fi i J.' -"- . Art f Ocuf J. Ml?, nkssl... S,iu . Ul. - TtttrHOMC M-UIEHJ fc ,.r: , Si B0.KSFS AM) LEADERS It has Urn wittingly remarked that ilw boss belong to the other party and ihe leader to jour own. We would infer that the work of the eadrr merits praise while ihe work of .be boss deserves condemnation. The boss irives, the leader lead. The people re apond under compulsion lo ihe boss, hut voluntarily to ihe leader. Both the boss and the leader have power, but ihe po...

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. — 9 October 1920

'Hesgeim i "wq 5?w IIII1IiPIIiiimi imiiiiiini iiMi i in iiiiiniiiiiniiiillllni i11 ia3CTB'?(iSsT5W- --Ts5 ilSfefS ' ; ? J fc - - -"-t& cgfi-- - --tti! ,- , -' ---yr '- - -;- , c - ,- '.- ;t:?yf ' ' ;Most Unscholarly M. U. Won Fame by Inaccuracy (Robert Louis Stevenson once said that wished he could liave read treasure ililand" he hd hear.! that it was a pood ljnrr,just the fort of tjok, in fact, that fcs ould like to read. To lovers of Eu J . FilJ it sill alwavs be a disaonoint- incut that be never wrote Ids own biog- n&Tt ' "auto-analysis" it would have "lea just tbe son 01 cook re would nave Old to read a history and an cxtrava- Mpau, not perhaps of (treat value to tbosf intercsicu in uiograpmcsi rcscarcjl. 3PBI K13"!" -" ---- ..... 41SW11- Earene Field's career in journalism has "as 'parallel, lie made a brilliant suc- Ifcea in newspaper work, and he did it It violating every principle of good jour- alum. Accuracy that touchstone of be virtuous was anathema to him. He Lir...

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 October 1920

5 sir I Lj t t T - f V b i i f, h u- m y, fti K fe II Society Mia Ella Vyalt, society editor. If you hate neas c social ettnti of inter- to Columbia and the University, the Mtssonnan uill appreciate it 1 you mill call HUj Wyatt by telephone, No. ZHjietnccn 11 o'clock und'noon, each day. A number ni nria s:ll l .! Tt !vveck for out-of-town guests and for Mi's trancta Cray, whose wedding will tale Place October 2a A calendar for the social week follows: I Monday: Mia EUxabetb Harris will entertain with a bridge parly for Miss r ranees Gray. Monday: Mrs. tin C. Sline will at tertain with a dinner parly. Tueaday: Mrs. Will E. Smith will en tertain with a bride party for Mrs. V il- "ni A. uurst, ot Enid, OUa. Wednesday: Miss Pearle Mitchell will entertain with a tea for Miss Frances Cray. Thanday: Miss Pearle Miirbrll will ntertain wiih a Ira for Mm. Earl Odcll nd.SIrs. W. & Syhoter, of Los Angeles Cat Friday: The Kappa Alpha fraternity ill entertain with a dance at the Dan iel Boone...

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. — 11 October 1920

THE COLUMBIA E1BNING MliSOURIAN i THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER H, 1920 NUMBER 34 T HARDING RIDES ENGINE INTO BOONE COUNTY Presidential Candidate Greets Persons On Platform at McBaine Yesterday AfterVioon. MRS. HARDING WITH HIM From Franklin Senator and His Wife Makes Trip With Engineer of Katy Train. Senator Warren C. Harding, Republi can candidate for President, made Boone County a short visit yesterday afternoon. When, the M. K. & T. train arrived in McBaine about 3 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Harding alighted from the cab In the en gine anil greeted the people who hap pened to be at the station. A motion picture man was present and took pictures as they stepped from the rail ot the engine, where they had been riding, and as they shook hands with the citizens of McBaine on the station plat form. When the train was ready to de part, -Mr. and Mrs. Harding did not get back into the engine, but vent into their private car. Mr. and Mrs. Harding were on the way from...

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 October 1920

H--"1; -3 r '- '.V- J j' '&lt$ ; " 1 - ; I "v? - .FACE TWO Society " . ""'' sacie'yedi'or'- II 'SOirhme nrtcs of ucial ncntt inter- tU,!,.- Zr" ttnd ,he ta"''"'r. the Miuouriaa uill appreciate it if you uUl ratt Mist Wyatt by telephone, No. 274,' betueen 11 o'clock and noon, each Jay. President and Mm. A. Hoss Hill re 'turned this morning from a short visit to Liberty, Mo, and Kansas Gty. The marriage of Miss Emily Lois Filch, daughter of Mr. and ,Mrs. Chattel N. Fitch, of. Kansas Gtjr, to Fred R. Jenkins, Jr, loskplace at 8 o'clock Sat urday evening at the liome of the bride's parents. The Rev. Claries F. ALed read lhe marriage service. Airs. Donald Fitch, of Lisnens, Mo, v. is matron of honor. Miss Esther Itobrrtson was maid of honor. The bridefmaids were: Miss Mary Chora, .Aliss Dorothy Clark, lis 'Marion Humfeld, and Miss Harriet Jac ciuin, of Louisiana. Mu, Before the cere oony Mrs. Charles Lucas, of O-eula, Mo, sang "At Dawning" and "Umil.T 'Miss Irma Br) ant, of St Louis ...

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 October 1920

i 'PT y. riiP vTS W3T5i . jy-?'T13,p",?5 3 4 1 - RW.DEFRIESS I WAS ON LIFE BOAT 4 DAYS if t4Mi'!it-fi at nnn?.i d t . ....... s. ul.,,ci UUUIIC luvern Was in Disaster of U. s. s. Covington in 1918. PICKED UP BY FRENCH Says He Has Never Seen a Man WiA a "Yellow" Streak on Board a U. S. Ship. When the U. S. & Covinj:tonrwas tor. peroed F. W. de Friess, now steward m tne uaniel lloone Tavern, was one of tire rren. He u washed iDolu fonr j,rs '" "e uoai oeiore it was picked up. The Coilngion was -a Comn liner taken over by the United Stales at the beginning of the war and convened into c transport. It had just taken fi iiiuumim marine to r ranee and was mating the return vovage when the di aster occured. the ship was iwelte Iiours out of Ureri. A submarine made the attack about 2 o clock, in the morninc f Julv 1, 1918. and for four bourn tlie trans. port fought it off with its 3 and 5-inch guns. The "enemy craft followed along with only its periscope shotting, and the gunners were u...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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