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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 August 1921

m f feT Rl rH m 4 a a i a Hi Ml 5l I f I EXPLAINS IDEA OFNEWJOMS HOPEMSPLAN Dean of Medical School Gives Fundamental Reason for the Regulation of Fees TELLS OF ENDOWMENT Says Students - Should Learn That Medicine Is Not a Career for One Who Seeks Riches The entire country bat been interested in tbe recent regulations made at Johns Hopkins ilpitai in Baltimore regard ins fc physicians and surgeons should charge for their services Newspapers far and wide Have commented upon the question J Whitndge Williams dean of Johns Hopkins Medical ScIiooL Wet- erl It I has seen fit lo answer an editorial which appeared rrccntl in the New York Tribune I bare read with interest the editor ial in The Time upon the regulation of medical and surgical fees at the John Hopkins Hosnital writes Dr Williams but it seems lo me tbe writer has not quite grasped the significance of tbe innovation and likewise was in serious error when he expressed tbe belief that the hospital would be overcrowded by the thrift...

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. — 12 August 1921

SlJf 1 B jjjjjstd at a I u clock luncheon in honor uf Mrt Wdilon Colton IvlB n other rncits tmre Mrs H S kaaig Mrs u 2 nan airs i w Yooae Mrs H O Severance Mrs J L - r - gdoii anil uim tieanor Uenny J E Downing AslilanQ prael tj js her house guests Mr and Mrs c TF llaine of 01n Mrs Haines the sMer of Mrs Downing Mrs laiar Miss liulli Eliaufh a former Columbia pill and a member of the Oil Obi sorority Mrs I C Downing yDberr and Miss Mary Trowcr of SJrt are also house guests at the Downing home Mis uura 1ickeL yu irovidence jsjd entertained with a party Ian night far the following guests Misses Mildred ItiJi Mary Keith Mildred Having Sites Jljrtlc Wolf Lillian Altheuscr pflcme Letts and Mrs Anna Gibson fc Mis Letts enl to her liome cJ1 l 1 r JH TCUdiiu miw iu jiiiu inc taiUliun her parents She vill return lli first of September to be au assistant in Jtle loolog department of the shj A surprise psiu was rnen at Hunt 7 J dale Ian Tuesday night at the home of t C M Daly in honor of their...

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. — 12 August 1921

tjf i H H H I m v ssh 31 SH a l s I I I PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published traj evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay II Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacoi SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Year 400 6 months 100 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone Conntjr Year 300 6 months flSO 4 months Outside the county Year 450 3 months 413 month 45 cents Pa able Sn advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE1 NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 IMAGINARY CONFLICTS Too powerful horses straining every muscle threw their great weight into the harness and are unable to move their mod erate burden The cart stands still The trouble is obvious for instead of combining their strength and pulling as a nnit they seek to move in opposite direc tions They fail or one succeeds in the moment of the others weakness then loses ground again In the only industri...

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. — 12 August 1921

e- - nWns r e i of Sjjtetf IffTLE CREDIT m RUTH FOR A HOME RUN fBS Take It As Matter of 3 iCoiirsc That He Should Hit Ball Out of Park v- Every Day pirtHERS PASS HIM K u u ti t W nun ui muu upponun jity to Crack One Espe j dally if the BascS Are Crowded raw jM York by mail Babe Ruth LSH be able to break his 1920 home- Ofeford tliis season but if he floes he rilTcot get the credit that the IbtO Jtcinse he has dine so much in rial if Jong distance hilling records the bus expect it of him If he should nle -seventy homers this year the fans vBjcccpt it with a Well he ought h lies the greatest hitter that ecr tptd Outride of the fortunate few who Iiave l dunce to sit in most of the games in drl the Babe performs it is not real ao ht a real greatness it requires in feiwalter to get a home run of a good ce and a strong es ia every way Lot 66x166 rine frfca Chicken house and pens New trait Garage and storage buildings u inmu Une hall block iram while Priced to wlL Phone 422 Tip cur cM - rm ...

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. — 12 August 1921

ir IE m rr 11 rii iZLi M Srt EH fa I- i r J 5 I N Br 1 i j PACE MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE C C ligbtner left for St Louis jes luAy to tlslt friends II W Welch of Hallsville was in Co lumbia Thursda on business Miss Emma Johnson left today for Kansas Gty for a short visit Miss Kathcrine Bedford Miss Marga ltt Moore and Miss Roberta Winn went to SedalU today lo spend a few days Miss Alberta Angell returned to her home in Centralis esterday after vis iting Mrs 0 B Wilson G W Bentlcy of Wellsville Mo who was here on business left this doming for Centralis II S Walter field secretary of Ste ilieni College left toda on a business trip to Kantai Gt It S Davis of Harriburg Mo pared through Columbia this morning on his way to Dcmer for a ten days vacation Mrs T T Calloway went to Mober I vetterda lo attend the Stephens Col lege contention Mrs W H Daicifport of Browns Sta tion has returned to her home after vis iting with Mrs I J Brown R C LataLe of Moherly was in Co lumbia Thursday on business for ...

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. — 13 August 1921

f THIRTEENTH YEAR lEASLEY BOYS TO BE BURIED IN NASHVILLE Bodies of Cousins Arrived Here Wi Today Will Hold L lary runeral bervice 3 Tomorrow BRING IN FOUR SOLDIERS iBnrial of Two Kite Brothers Kv ir i ti ttMi n t smic uuu juiui n hi j ic Held Sunday Au gust 21 The bodies of four Boone County bos ho died in France armed in Columbia tndiv on the 2 oilock Missouri Kansas ml Tptns train Tliev wrr lli ludiM Wl r tr 1 I r ft w in ruu uis uuiuiii aim ivoy casic iaevjtwo brothers Vemie and John Kite j The four rough boxes which contained lie coffins of tlie soldiers were flag i draped On each box was printed the name and division to which the man be- J1 leafed Priate Joseph M Edward j tune from Lamp Knox Louisville Ky as military guard to the bodies j The War Mothers of Columbia met tire train and accompanied the bodies to the Parker Furniture Co where the f bodies will remain until burial At the request of the farailj the fu S - neral of the Easley bojs will be private Il The bodies of lto...

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. — 13 August 1921

i PACE TWO GERMASY NOW BIDDMGAFTER BBmSHTRADE Late Enemy Country Threaten ing Progress of English Manufacturers by Great Industry SHIPYARDS KEPT BUSY German Competition Has Caused Big Rate Cuts- in Commerce Between Eng land and India Bt Fixr6ux Atxcr LOTOot by nu3 -Germany a ttjVrn a strong bid to tome luck and Enrtand is btpnnwf to feet tie effects of tie old trade rivalry in various fields Yet there w hardly any disposition in trade circles to bad Fiance in a policy nf smashing Cermany economically Germany must liter Fxrope needs Cer many we need Germany That is the argument Bat England is feeling life come back The- German have purcfaaed liners from the Reparations Bard and are pressing every opportunity to make good in the hipping wnrlL The shipyards of Cemuny are hues of industry and Germany is increasing Iter mercantile marine rapidly Continental competi tion is mostly German competi tion has already compelled Great Bri tain to make substantial cuts in freight rates to and fro...

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. — 13 August 1921

I i SPORT lArES INE tf Mrs A Koss Hill Plays Sen tt ftfcxf Kansas Gt u IMn A Ro H11 HOLES IN 33 jy Ola -- -- f former president of the Uni - jf Missouri with George tod I 11 fiKieliul ll of the third round of the vT Srmi tournament at Demer lit afternoon on the links of tlie ifrCoimtry Club JJ nlaved a sensational came J aad in 33 which is 3 under par 2hg bono wtl1 llie JOuMul Sar Srprj plaver and eliminating J C jEfcalso of Kansas Gt 3 up and 2 j TtiU Time Last Year jTjnokrjn stored tliree runs on javVA pitches b Tone and beat f Carols h ut hmer v1n wo men i hue against Brooklyn vTbr Browns gave the Indians j Win M1 in j Johnson of Stephens Returns jj Inn Johnson professor of Eng 4 esoposition in Stephens College re Mi yesterday afternoon irera Okla bere he has been spending sev al ks in the interest of the college VI1 address the Stephens Bible Class I JJO tomorrow morning float 55 FOR SALE TOR SALE Five room house mod- Hijl floors dose to University 4 jg hfw four room- cottage 27...

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. — 13 August 1921

i 1 i j TACE SIX COUNTY RURAL SCHOOLS MAKE SUPERIOR RANK Slate Department of Educa tion Places Them Above Standard Still Seek ing Perfection NO TEACHER SHORTAGE Parent - Teachers Associations Help to Improve General Conditions of Each Locality Tlit rural schools of Boone County have been classed as superior by lie tale department of education This marls tlirm above tlie standard set by most of the 114 counties in the slate Tlie rural schools are 4ill striving for tierfection as shown by the new organ izations for improvement Last ear there were four Parent Teachers as sociations in the count there are now Eiitecn Other new organizations will be completed during the year These orranirations continue their work in ihe summer Through the co operation of the Parent Teachers association which includes the teachers and patrons of the school and the count superintendent of scIkjoIs it is expected to obtain adequate pb grounds for each school and to im prove other general conditions in each...

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. — 15 August 1921

I 4 i S tea JSlLfc THE COLUM VjflffiTEENTH YEAR AUTHORIZED 1JT l f m 1 1 m a IX RATE OR HAW ILLEGAL je Revenue Increased More Han 10 Per Lent Contrary sto State Law Passed by Last Assembly ISPERTY VALUE RAISES ilwge in Property Valuation gHard on farmers but Has Little Effect Columbia in iBuW the rale of taxes levied this ptbj the county court is unauthorized t fe stale law prohibiting the county Jmt from increasing the tax revenue it than 10 per cent is unconstitu jrtjl because the tax levies of the noitj court this year will produce 28 jer cent more revenue than last year lit lfiies made by the county court decreased tins year lrom a total I fiesiis en the 100 to 35 cents but the p trtj valuations in the county have Un increased from 18000000 to ap jMtalelr 11000000 by the Slate jgird ot Equalization Tit fclglier property valuations have jtshrd in large increases in the tax an particularly in the rural district I xkcal district No 8 for instance ifcTerson who paid 111 last year on...

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. — 15 August 1921

iff i M L PAGE TWO FALSE PRIDE OFKERENSKY CAUSES FALL David R Francis in His Book On Russia Attributes Rise of Bolshevism to Keren sky and Korniloff TWO LEADERS QUARREL V N LvolF Causes Trouble Be tween General and Head of Government by Treachery Had Kcrensk been big enough In place Iiis counlrvs welfarr above his own pride in riis break with Gen Knr nilofT and had he sought some middle ground upon which he and Kornilofl miRia aie tiorled againt the BoUhc iti llifir common enemies ihej mipht between them have rescued Rus sia and the world from the curse of Bol fhevism writes former Ambaador DiviJ R Francis in liis hook Russia From the American Emba sj April J916 November 1918 iScnbners ac cording to the Si Ijouis Siars review I have subsequent learned the ambassador continue that the Keren kj break occurred in the fol lowing manner V N LvoS former Procurator of the llol 5ncd who should not be con f seil with Prince LvofT former pro dent of the minitr aflcr several con ersations with...

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. — 15 August 1921

s l iVis 0 Columbia Society Miss Edna Baslett and Miss Ruth Farrcn society editors will appreciate it ijnu will telephone society items he tueen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The marriage of lli Mildred Bragg Spalding ami Jbtrph Potter Daies rook place at the liome of the brides mother Mrs C E Spalding 315 Ilitt street at 830 oclock Saturday night The Rev Samuel K iSraden acting minister of the Presbyterian Church said the mar liacp ceremony ftcr Miss Sally Love Banks of Memphis Tenn sang Love Like the Dawn Comes Stealing and 1 Love You the bridal party descended ibe Hairs to the -trains of the bridal chorus from Lohengrin plajcd b Mrs John Daiies Oltear of Mexico Mo Dr Louis N Spalding brother iT the bride gave the bride away The marriage cer tmon was said before an altar of ferns and llovers in the living room The loom vias lighted with candles The bride carried out the old tradition of wearing Something old and something new Something Lorried and sometliing blue She wore a cameo ...

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. — 15 August 1921

It w raciOfuuxv THE COLUMBIA EVENING MiSSOURlAN Published1 every criming except Sunday1 by the MissourianPublish ing Association Ino Jay H pfeff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year 4 00 6 months 2J00 3 months 100 By the week 10 centif single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 1150 4 months Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Entered t second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 Adertising and Circulation 55 NEW PROMISES A 600000000 cut in federal taxes A 500000000 reduction in government expenditures Welcome news that to the taxpayer if thrse substantial slices off the nations annual financial burden evet set patt the stage of promises But the new program is no more than we had good reason to expect and demand Economy in government is a rare thing ir America The present administration thus far has been even more extravagant than the last ...

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 August 1921

f CLASSIFIED ADS Rione 53 Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE gjW SALL rivc room Jiouse mod- mt fioni close lo Uniersit St U0 c four room collage 2750 tei0oo hungalow cloc in 3500 isrnnc suburban home 17 acres W Socn room brick bungalow feiMoa rijnn a rinn aid Wonc ill or j i t Jb yOU S LE Hemstitching and picot- t J l ll - Ljcj Trice 200 personal checks 10c gtS ai Viuu uuust 127 Birmingham Alabama L 3UI 5mR SLE Trunks bags suitcases fru tmv two middlemen profits Buy JfioB factor direct bend for free cats- Acme I rank a uag r actor spring tflry IH unrt SALE Fie room house modem 5iicpt heat full size concrete basement fee acre and half of ground with wocn hgre fences small fruit slatted hen fcnses and good bam Close to school bbs i a small farm in town that will JjiJ afaaily Phone 801 White for par liaiirs B 3O0 FOR S LL One nine room house nth lath all modern comeniences In fjat flass condition On paed street Star nisli school lrice is right tlionc TWc ua TOR SALE Desiring to purchase...

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 August 1921

r f to t PACE SIX Lewis 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ovcrfclt rf 2 I 0 0 0 0 0 Bitlil If 2 10 10 0 0 - Total 23 2 3 21 14 3 0 Summary Icft on bases Columbia Pans 2 Sacrifice luts Engle Two lae hits Gayne Bases on balls Off Duncan 2 off Stanfield 6 Struck out B Duncan 15 by Stanfield 3 Hit b pitched ball Nipps by Duncan Time of game 210 Umpire Heibel ROUGH CAST AT LOUDON FIGHTS Old Clubs Still Support Sordid Element of the Days Gone By B David L Blum ran United Press Stag Correspondent Nrw York by mail It is a curi ous thing that Great Britain cannot pro- nucc many boxers with a really hard runch Old London certain had and still has some prett rough boxing rings where the purses for twent -round contests range from half a dollar to a cup of coffee and a piece of cake The old Judean Club in the East End was just such a one as those A rackety old barn with an under cellar wlrere cows chewed the cud aboic which a wooden floored ring was tigged a row of two shilling ringside scats and a crar wobbly ...

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 August 1921

- - i I1 Is 1 1 tf t JTHIRTEENTHYEAR iST51 1 si ivVy nr i r Ax i THE COLUMBIA EV RRIS NAMED CmS HEALTH COMMISSIONER figointment Made by Mayor tC i - rn v nrr Created by Recent Ordinance If SERVE TWO YEARS ncil Takes No Action on Pro- vposal to Juark streets in City Gas Co Asks Report jt J A Nonis was appointed city jjjj commissioner liy iMaor James v4 the council meeting last gb io compliance with an ordinance jyd creating the office Tlie duties of V new commissioner will consist in Matin investigations of dairies eating jftttftonts and other places demand I ji jy Bare or irw jicnuunii uiiEcugatiuu kJl mil also ue jus uuiy iu aucnu ine j vko become tick and in need of fial attention Tlie term of oSce of k health officer is for two ears gr concurrently with tliat of the jpr The salary attaclied to tlie fctb i3 a moniii Hit ronncil last night revoked the jJBtrl by the grand jury to sell goods ifefitT of Columbia An order was i jafirocfing the collector not to m DMBCI liccu c 10 uaioiu...

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 August 1921

uffi - i IW r tt b - t i h fe 3 S I V i M Si I V k if ft s VWr m im isrfv Ki 41 PAGE TWO j T U S EXPORTS TO GERMANY GROW LARGER American Products Required Even More Than Before War Is Statement of New York Bank MORE THAN 300 MILLION Imports From Fatherland De crease Since Pre War Year hut Follow Same General Lines Cermanys requirements as to United Slates product arc apparent unchang ed Details of the lJ2l trade of the United states ltilh iermanj jut re- cemd filter sajn a talemuit Iy The National Gty llank of Jicw Yoik that her habits of reliance upon the United Slate for manufacturing materials and certain staple articles of food continue a before the ar Total exports from the United States to German in the fiscal jcar ending June 30 1921 exceed in alur those of the prewar high record tar 1914 the total for the fiscal jcar 1V21 standing at 331772000 against 344791000 in 1914 The principal articles forming this big total arc practical the same as lliosc prior to the var The consist...

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 August 1921

IfiV fii 11 tITerm u i k rews of Columbia Society Ufa Edna Baslett and Miss Rath editors tcill Ml PS 12oVocferecplone 274 I society appreciate If iJaIiin nAHK ftrtfl 7l 1Ui BCUiiwtfc v ivf wm t TlnnVtt nnrl Mk IvIitsWiIi 5 jean y -Kill entertain ullh a 1 o clock d tomorrow at their hom 1102 Hndon awn- Mi- Virginia Kodgcrs Miss Lucille Miu Rebecca Evans Miss Kath- fiinltr Miss Eleanor Jameson X Frances Hunt Miss Helen Cave - tp Lansing and Miss Exie Gray i v ii 1 0 Hockada 503 Rollins ill fcLrtain tlic members of the Knitting T 1 lAAn Inmnrrnw Ttm 1iii n1 al -I SJiIarparct members Cliambcrlain Read Hall fcigbt with a luncheon and bridge K Country Club today in honor of usEvaljn Willis and her mother Mrs IfJH Willis The other picls will be a J C Jones Mrs C B Miller vBcrry McAlcMer Mrs Dudley Con Mrs John Sjkc Mrs E Sjdney bros and Mrs Florence Kline is to be Unicrsity day al the Slatc lair -A large croud of rusty student and alumni arc expected ijittenJ Mi Louise Stanlej head ol liJH...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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