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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

f GRAPES AXD BOXB BREW Jnlce Xow ropo'jtr Prodnct Amatror Stills. For Ejr United Press, LAWTON, Mich, Sept. 4. The -fluid to be pressed from the greatest grape jield in the hitory of Michigan's vast I - Hear Dean Walter Williams on . The.Wordiip of the Highest" at Tiie Broadway Otlcon SUNDAY,, 9:45 a. m. Class in Connection with Presb) tcrian aiureh Townspeople and University Students Cordially Invited MAKE r - L.K ! YOUR KODAK m. "I ' .ITLsssss'alssssssssssssssssssV HEADQUARTF.RS INI x Bk, ; Films and film packs ssflLsLsA i all Our stock is aLLLLaKSBLl i I fresh and complete. Hn " I PssssssssssM '" ' Developing flm paqk and roll,fiIms, 15c per. The Drug Shop 815 Broadway Phone 302 The CO-OP knocksthe H. out of H. C. .L. f The CO-OP Sells As Low as the lowest when you buy, and then gives jou a purchsse slip which entitles you to ALL the PROFIT. For twenty years, The CO-OP has sened the students giv ing them the lowest prices and best service and then returning the profits. The CO-OP...

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. — 4 September 1920

L ffl riF- M i .. I .- srT -"? srvi TJ AS. iwtaos Si;fc5A"'' f,- ii ;- . !r- HW9omMwam r-w-SiS572 -J? MORE.ONGRATOlvWNb . J. s. - nr-iMRFir hat;l.akkiv gI rr,.-1 a- . . . , ,, , .iiM, .. Nation. ? "TT' - ". :!?." ' , IT ... ,,. clMtWPof President . ' .. .' ' - . '..- r ,.. --" ,, .... .s, VrfiV. effort, to bnig about an inter- B. . i .. ii '' ... . rpr- i( rainn i iiiMmTui inmnnn Mnairrr ' i r T! - . r i 5i- X The following additional telegrams contloBViUi'tIic;ldication of JJ " NefHall hire been remvred ty the School of Journalism: r :..0. .Mi T . jf all raeea. -v ..rawaMpurnws ., - national nm-"" i eafi-aa T. liasa-al Ml asaasW-.as . ., . .S.- Lmi. Am w naf at War T VT rtrnwn hrMulmt of lnp lfj&.i. JST. T". S. -.v.. svorfd'immime from far. . National' Union of Jousts RedML, .,WUi -. IWs r . ... . Sir the fruili Surrey, England: .,? JU'!! :L1 !,! ?.v! -. v. oiJ'-il,., J. I Journalism, great as irlia. been in " ".' " '. .- i bm1 -stwrilVX " - - - i .L -,i Ji1..f,l . f.sr ttir ne...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

. . 1 1 MTM-l-TgTMT 1 FT " II IfM '"'fif-'r ''-''.."'.. ,--r4!' ''A'" -""v" " ",,. , 7 -'V . --.". . 1. ''.vL' ... A' "7 "" T ' '" ' ' ----"" ' ''-,""' "'' ' ' -" 'V--i--a'-j . .iu, , jt,., icoLtjife , . M- ;: r;,SS1 v KB TEAM HHWIC BSI -t ,v (p. . Il'nlversliy, October 9;.- the' akv lactoner 10. and the brake ud . foalx fta.r..j prate, October 23. Ama 81 0l-l-T . SeU '1n conference, while, "St. .Lnuis l mic irroiasuen ny. lue aiuurul ;, ,,, r .1 .!-.. .. I i - "-." ml i.i i"f mni iu wo I lie f law lb fwil.all iriM. The Fu'"lr ""l t pay ihr tbii esr. irMu.i three -games P'1 wniieon I he trip Kill i iK.mp. riie hraval in. Ixuii , in.m Ibf Gtlunibia, merrlianti. -.-,' i I . rv;i-" - ci:f'jT(i-,,si.T'"' '' rg? "'' 'LDVDTTtCI 1H A7 piy-aVrtaprl'm tears. The M-1 .it ,ri- :.. . "t'li-"rfZI-V lii 7 fTF- . - ' W . ir.3- TJ-IT. -'-?-Ttl iwrd- at uiiiiinn rj,A.i i&ni .. , ,..l ;. ; i. . tak- .uct ri 't..j.t:."t. .s-."ff '." ji.s-.ju.sw.u.- -r-' r.'-r--''i7 .1','.- ' ,-. - a -- , , V V - i...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 September 1920

p i MS S him .-. rf. .s .V Of --- n y i - i m i Missouri Store's i The i a. : ": . - . in e 3WS 5f ft THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUBIAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1920. : r'ff"! f4 s v BgggHFf.1 . 3BS List of School Books Columbia City Schools Following is a list of books arranged according to grades. Check books wanted and take this list to The New Book Store, at 721 Broadway, opposite Boone County National Bank, and get your books before the rush FIRST CIUDC Fiivcrsiilc rrimT .-. .52 Ither-ulc First Header . -, .55 Smith: Modern AIusic Hook, Piim-r 4! Practice l'aier ., .05 N-rntch Paer , .05 Scissors Primary, Hornd I int ...,....r:....i... ............. ....... .23' Kuler, Onchalf lull Di?sions jjj !raunex .'.,.... .15 Drilling Pencil , '. .05 StUlNI) GRADK Iiherside Secnd Ieid-r , Jj3 Raile.ManIr: fpe'lin; U..k ., ,.'. j2 Smith Modern, M trio look. Pri iicr .............................'...... .41 Primary Writing Manual , 10 Practice Papir , '. .05 Nrralcli Tablet 03 Ssissors, Primar...

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. — 7 September 1920

, , j-jimmmTf , ! 'tiiwiiiiwi ,, ii I iin" miu mil" ' i it ii i i. ' "in ggJL LJ1L-L-1 memamm.rtimamU&4&1&ttvamSlnBmBIIMmlfBBMttlZWs. : ,,,,,. .i..iJJ.L...L.jg7s-r'T''BTn"M 'IS W "V iV X ' i ,i .- ,"T? TO THE COLUMBIA EYENING MSSOURIAN THIRTEEN1R YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920. NUMi x5fe-r, -.- .--- - ; ;" - - - ' --: ATTACKS CITY OUT IN STATE Local Campaign Orator Gives Columbia a Black Eytv BOOTLEGGING, HE SAYS Advises People of Missouri Not to Send Students Here. Republican Speaking Hon. Humphreys Springstun Teacber Oratory, University of Missouri will apeak at Chillicotlie, Wednesday, Sept. 1 Everybody Cordially Invited Tli? beat o a local. Hale, or national campaign often is the cause of unexpect ed acts anil surprising utteranees-on fie part of candidates and campaigner, es reciallv the riovi'e. Take the case, of our on tuntil latel)) Hon. HumpHc Springstun, eistwhile instiuessrln Eug. liJi at the L'nirersit), now RsSne Coun ty's Republican can...

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. — 7 September 1920

f1,?;..? " '-'T - S gWPa"lJ311irriniin ? " A F . fTS a;' .- , ,V. ,, ,-- .- ." &sw ; tt0 tt THE BIG By Dirid Loth. Jr.) Net Ct nf ill war . IW. 'Mpccordinf to an estimate by Uk.L8 w"" The iniireci c" ! M Weaipl to include certain intang- ''?'? "S economic well being and 'MMtelfic ofnnman refationshim- k.irill never be known, even ap- "T. what the world suffered. JflaaoC hnaan life, for example, can- ColdJr evaluated in dollars and The lata was enormous, totaling like 1Z990.S71 soldiers alone. Bomber of wounded ii nlserd at 20.- JWSl.making.a total casualtr list of jSL lhe,,r'"W onlr 445 per cent, or IWfll), hate been restored to normal. Mtalneta, the remainder being totally r partially incapacitated. Disease, Pol and, massacres wrought terrible htxoe anonar the civilian nonulation. and pe estimate that they suffered equally W the military forces would be rather lower than otherwise. However, it is im- ' to determine bow much of this Summer Excursion Tickets to COLORADO On Sale D...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 September 1920

'1 M-1--- W 1&.zl & fV- -t-'TMBrs?- TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1920 ' i. MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Heed of 21 Third avenue spent Sunday and'Monday in Fulton, returning Monday erening with their daughter, Mary Reed, vbo lia been sisitmg there. Misa Eleanor Denny, who has been visiting Mr. Marshall Gordon during the summer, returned Sunday t Kama City here she Kill teach in the Kansas City Public Schools. Mr. ami Mm. F. R. Qhson and tlieir children, who hare been visiting Mrs. C. H. Montgomery. 715 Missouri avenne. re turned to their home in LaBelle, Mo. W. E. BUckborn'of Henington. Kao, ' arnred in Colombia Saturday for a short nsit at the home of hts daughter, Mrs. I O. W. Weaver of 1621 Cauthora arenue. C. D. Edwards, Dean of the Bible Col lege, went to Kansas City today to attend an educational and missionary confer ence. He kill return Wednesday night. Patterson Bain has been appointed The miitiift of Miss ,Mary Margaret Clark, dauzhtcr of -Mr. and Mrs. Cenlry JC...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 September 1920

m -BBBssBBBsrPTSK-l '-s osKi -Vs ff"i?' t ' " " . - Pv F?5 1 -Ai!' vv -Ka,vi.. R e IK" f.i PACE THBtti THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. 'TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1920 .MMBMBBBBWMHWlWWMWMMBMMMMMMBWMMaBB - , . I SV7 TrieMClJtei. " Kefett Sidney Hiniini, the 3-jwold U of On F. Hswklos of WoodudtiUe, feM at 8 o'clock SondsT silk of drsav Rt r i .:. I..U .i ii .'t ::- j. mwTi iutiui wnG um fejj, o'clock TaadiT raoreini it BetMehun ifr,Qmch. IZI iPe- S. 8. A. G PnfeiMr Beslgni Plot E. A. Stewirt, of the physics de partment of the Kansas Sute Agricultur al college, his resigned and will head a newly Installed department of physics in the agricultural division of the Uni versity cf Minnesota, thia faU. The University and the Church : Tf fig i--n Sp HENRY Who formerly causeij the boys to flock to the S Tavem to get a real shine is now at the TIGER BARBER Is?- H SHOP. am.f . Ipl HENRY M ' ."Famous for His SHINE" km I ! I i I White Enamel K1 . I - !'" Doesn't Mean ! k. ir jil Much Usually "... " ...

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 September 1920

, , i TiifflTniiiTTir'Hqi i THE COLUMBIA EVENING-MISSOURIAN.. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 7. 1920 . UNIVERSITY NEWS tmnj snrofity, net yesterday- afternoon j 7 to 9:-istiiIjk't'inlhr Y. M. C A. ' b ill with malarial fer t his .home ''Mielii.rin, returned to Columbia San-i r . .. . .. '.!. n at ..J -..! .ltl .!. 1 stair . t in jioom luuat Swiuler Halt. , . .-J., - -L-MJ Maurice Paine of St. Iii rArmA student in the L'nhcititr, as in' Colurn- uia .juaiasr. . Miss Pboebe Thai returned In Sl. Louis Testerdar after -muiine at ihe Al. pha "Delta Pi house. Glee Club lrvouts wrrp lia-M mWrUr TV Camnia Alpha Chi, iris' adrer- afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock, and from Italph a SllldieirJf Emporia, Kan,j nas reiurneu noinc alter a visit in Col- umuia. j Tire Alpha Delia Siema jadTertisini ' fraternity lield a business meeting Mon- j uir cirmns in aoittier Hall. Auditorium. Mrs. II. B. Alnutedl and children, j W. A. Allb-ecbt, member of the sals 1603 Bass street. j department of the College of Agriculture...

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 September 1920

4 f fc I-. H ix IK Bf SVjW- " &! Vf 'WSssftfWv etiife?3fSSw !";f 5. - -;x PE&HtCQUJMBIA,,. G MISSOJJRIAN '? kT rlls. lac J II. 'JOHNSON. Manatee, itiaaCfttPTKlM asTTA Si4 . a . f . . T Wt I .., bj u . - S"". "Hw rsrsUr U Arises. &t.i ..Aaall.BirMa Clmlstisa. "- - wtl MBlfa -SilMkft. SSS M ! ScIa JIM lH . fl4LM V ISli TsMal bsswlaf M. Itls. ?&- TeuruoNC NmktEs : ul CbcsluUs. U. lUaO OcMin . tbe bMlWM ! ill w U U. VlijUls aUf. Mauh "outi needs a new Stale Coostiiu The incredulous aX. the question. WiT new Constitution?" ' answer what fanner In Missouri tej-wouM attempt lu farm and market tSUt '" tle same manner that lie M in tne early seventies? What Dusi. s.man wouIJ try la sell the unc J or try to me the aune methods "business that he did forty years ago? Forry-Gve Tears ago the Constitution 'Mi-souii in its pm-ent form came in- obeiog. )i was a product of the day in cli it uas Lorn. It met the heeds d ' pwiod. "Jt was ad.'(ilrj just following the great Finnic bf 187...

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

-y mttm .. aaia,. S I'. i -, i SV J? - . rr wu. i' i-r r - . - - -fc ."i". ef i.radnale hchool Is Ul rSehool of ih. iewt I.T. C-T- "Willcr'Maicr ortKfC5iilutjfwp diy THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN,-TUESDAY. SFJTEMBER 7.-1920- r t PAGE. SEVEN. Bf , ; k f H Fly WforJgTIEXT SOT FIXDPiCi WORK -T- V. f 1 Us. SHam 4AA Oa( - . a.c.w awa bbl Sanj SUII Ask httmjUojmnt One hundred UniTersity men ore 'Mill looking for employment lo tun their board and room -this year, according to statistics at the emrionnent desk of the , V. M. (. A. Permanent positions have 'been secured for about a hundred men llii fall, and about that many more have obtained wdHc at odd lob thraueli ; lira employment bureau. There is a par ticular demand at present for ei,ierienc- ded stenographers and there b also a i position open for a "watch-repair. Sta- J lislics compiled show that orer 300 stu- .font. nht.iiuJ on..! last .. omH that ffc) their earnings totalled $20,000. Work at the book exchange desk lhas slowed up,...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 September 1920

lf' ij-"m "VT i T? v. 'L """ . ""i B -- -r- ' " " MiM.liini..i-.ll -y,,! , - i rr g t iniM!!,;, " 'iM , r--imrcnM?W?SSWWIHglqFlfTlT7rTTIT"1TTirnTTfTTTTTTrTmim " "U'JtatmfUMta "- i .. ippfwf pace nwrr J- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920 rKflE INTEREST IN DEBATIKC lroC 1. E. Wrrnth ThrraJi Joim Women's Socdelle. "If the men of the University do not take a more active put in debating this year, I shall organize womena-debat. inc society in the University which will hoe Ihe nn'i societies haded off ihe map," is the revolution promised by Prof. J. E. Wrench in hi speech before the two delating aociliei of the Univer.. WILL BE 1.TH OX BAtLOT airy in the joint debating rally at Ihe Y.I .. t-A Sat""1 ""e1". m'cw ConktiJutlon AnfBCatnl A About 100 men were present. It is. i he MgltfJ Place, opinion of Albert Leonard president of the M. & U- Debating Society and Har old P. Marlcy, president of the Albenean Society, that propects are brighter for n active interes...

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. — 8 September 1920

-jrvfl THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN I j-gl TIURTEENTH YEAR TO HOLD FALL FLOWER SHOW Garden Club Decides to Give Another Display Date Uncertain. MRS. LOEB ISjCHAIRMAN Prizes to Be Civen to Those Whose Lawns Show Best Improvement. Columbia will have another (all flow er show this year on September 23 in the Knights of Columbus Auditorium. Snapdragons, pinks, hardy sweet peas, begonias roes daisies, asters these are only a few of the Bowers for which $12S in cash prizes will be given. Mrs. Isidor Loeb is the chairman of the committee appointed by the Garden Club last night' to make preliminary 1 plans. Prizes of $50 and $25 will be given in October, 1921. from the proceeds of this show to the owner of the lawn in Uiiumbia wciru nas mown tne mis. . improvement between this fall and that ' tiate. rflruuuery lonage ana general neatness in appearance will be consid ered. Horace Major, superintendent ol the University grounds, will be asked for suggestions. Mrs. B. A. Speer reported on t...

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. — 8 September 1920

-4 ?l-T-.. . - EA-Tr " - " """"Wit. fg2 fcrffc-;i BWog- K5 F? Uaimf. - arrised in Co!- T " 'ork teSKin into. M:. r- . LTW-Zi ,.-" ;"T wiu arrive sc gS'vSS?''' extension raiomoloi coon. fist THE .COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUWANWEflNESDAY.SEPTEMBER 8, 1920. 1 p u a branch of the University agricultural I extension-, service, and has been -vacant for about a year. Mr. Burrill will intro duce an extensive campaign throughout ' the Male tliis fall and winter against the j Hessian fly and (he crunch bag. PRETTY FACES attention to hi i A 'stoop shouldered greasr grind,' ..,-. vl ,.-.- , )u say in America, was developed. KKTAKli TTlllY lh" "" a downpour of athletics, and their different needs, in these subjects. Ob the other hand, a pace in Subjects which have no meaning for ber. 're T-educationaI as it exists in your, Schools. ! MINDS ARE fePayRqll Columbia ?wFi1aPr.1-ir frCkfftrfC x- JL M liimlinrc a-iT Ti f v, I Ini'Ai. rhere !uivino lMn ..-. ...it. : i.A -..tr..!-- t-. !. -.fTt --, . n:nr- !...

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. — 8 September 1920

s,f'J" f ty"W-yt ?fzyri-Mpi w'rwn f?&jjij .-'"fisa ' v--? ""'. v ' SPORT rO OM) OPEX COLF TOURXAMEXT Students o Hie Universitr. f.enliv ! iuriui.j .... pujcrs are invited to enter a L'nnersiiy Open Golf Tourna ment which ill start this -week. Tire quahfving rounds will be plaved WfJ. nesday and Thursday of this week. Hliot ulutbread, winner of list springs tournament, is manacer. The entry fee is 50 cents. The pri will he dozen foil ball. IJ.Henrj-Fredkin treasurer. Arrange ments nte made to hold services during the coming year. J. T. Turner and youngest son. John, are visiting Jack and Prewitt Turner, students in the Um.er.ily. Mr. Turner TTTE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MFWVay, SEPTEMRFR loon reflects KOHismo. wobk COOKS FOR. 75 PEGNS BUT HATES DISHWASHING "I don't mind cooling; but I 'do bate U. II. S. HAS 3(5 MEX OUT FOR FOOTBALL G. M. Reid. captain of the University MettlDjr of International Congress it 111 Be Keenly Watched. WASHINGTON. Sept. 8. European JtasJormerly a re...

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. — 8 September 1920

mKr: , 'Jflgg 155? rcr JDSPSW jv w'r:mi"gvi'ymty'' i-,v -i"yK-yiis-" f'rzfV' 'COLUMBIA MISSOUAN". AW - - r m " --.-hiui, P9 iojwsQtcMpy. 1 ".MOKrnOK JBESW l tUVt 1. 'lii alWS.t l m S7,2' w. wjh k su HfW -t - w warns. MUM rSSLT.? -t ki mi Sr-uf t- in at. Mia. HS7 .""? spaas WMH'Orteae. 1. ka - -T- fL.. n tsyv y -. Mfc &SLAS THt PATHWAYS- - ' u u n Vi.-- I IIV mKH? "atBVC - 1I1BIU11MUI iW of Boston, publisher of the At- 11 i ' a. .. ... .- I monthly, told In s .speech before J itjMfContempotiiT Club of St. Louis tint IjWt sympathy for a suffering public ol the urge number of Ameri- Fcan, publications that deal in fiction "un Lt reading." Granting that Mr. Jen lki?is right in hb classification f IJjtfc the public is powerful, and gen- gets what, it wants. The public t'must be changed in order to ef- feet . w fm mm lion. Herein lies the need of, someone 4o blaze a. nathwar. nz j. t. ,. , : jMiiiLiJH- inua, ii ixns ivr rccrw. i , . & but from its reading it draw. it. P"" " ml 7 i...

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. — 8 September 1920

& &P?-?:'-n:--aJ-' w' "SBWJWWW& 5 ,$ i IrfOJIf Loses Tire by TfcSi jfmof J.E.-Willute;iii mit-nonbtJ, mEXQUflUUAyENINC-MlSSOURI, -was stolen from, betl o iked of Colombia, late Sunday night. F1T-OBSEST LABOR BAT Phone 736 Daily Bros. Virginia Building. Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing It ll I.XfStoM Celebrate WWi M w And Bella? Match. . .Only the banks, Hamilton Brown Shoe TCo. and a few other places of busl Inevi observed Labor Day in Columbia. (Most of ibe jueinbers of Columbia union locals laid oft for the day. A big celebration Iiad been planned by the negroes of the city but (t did not protc popular. Their ball catae Lrtteen the Columbia Red Soi and the IVjoiinlte libera which resulted in a 20 Lto 7 victory for .the locals drew a small crowd out to the fairgrounds in the af- tcrnoon. In The evening Buotler Brawn I of Columbia and Hubert "Clinton of Omaha, Neb fought a four round bout i to a draw. Eerftrt HWkBH Bfet. Kerfeit Hawkins, ?-yrar-eld ion of Mr. and Mrs. 0....

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. — 8 September 1920

i- ! v -r r' WiffV p?pff .SPRRklfwPiHHyiiSi1 1 5 -j 'W--tT ' jsaft&mes a eer , FACEjSDC C0XF1MBATES TO CATHEB B8 Meeting- 0 g, HeM jg HonstoD City Prepare. HOUSTON. Tex. Seft a-Preparation, or the Confederate; reunion in Houston now in full twin. The colleeiMin nt m tcnrwi r i r ine entertainment of the eiiv's .uesis tot under war September 1. Decorations more elaborate thin any ever put up for a Confederate reunion re planned. C D. C. Johnson, the man ho decked Tulsa for the 1918 reunion, memorable for the beauty of its decor atlons, it in charre of the work in Houston. Sixty city blocks will blaze Make Your Own Clothes While You Learn to Sew at KEISTER'S 3rd Floor Ladies' Tailoring College Elvira Bldg. We are prepared lo leaclt all Kinds of sowing M ) $25.00 $42.50 $50.00 Other Raincoats $10.00 512.50 $18.00 20.00 Ask to see the "Emergency Overcoat" made by Steiu-Bloeh. BRASELT0N 719 E. BROADWAY "The Place to Buy Shoes" Is glad to announce to the people of Columbia that Columb...

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. — 9 September 1920

,, )r- I, ji iM'itiitff!grnrBn !$$P4iMlrWg. -i ,. -- ?.i'-V -lS.if3!"JpJr-! I I f" . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURf DAY, SEFfEMBER 9, 1920. NUMBER 7 " ' ' '"' "WBT""1" ;' "jnWBFIPSKSi - iwi ---- ninMWT-iMTiriwirn''Pr,!MBMiHWWBBiiBy fl-r-B-B-H-------------------nWTl 0n9SRQBiBHBBHSaHBIRHHHnMBBvi3KHIH -"t!" if tK?r? tB5F7ww!Wflwp5? cxe?' sgBmgjjvMMamgMggMw3jaifjBffiv iVv . J5n?r,,, 3-rDPy, - .JPlMTliB!bffliHiyML11' .t1 Li. II Mm: - ,: - . .. jtf 81 ?si --r ';"'. :?'? -ry , ?ni?f'.K;.i .'v ' " sbRsw jai TO START CLUB NEXT MONDAY Eienlliing Ready lo Break 4.vv. o . Cround for New Stiucture. j COURSE , MAKING GOLF Membership of Organization Now 123-Fhe More Applications. Ground kill be broken on the t-Ue for the rlab bouse of the Columbia Coun try Gul. next Moixla), T). Barton Rb prtt, .secretary f the club, taid tday. for the laM tm ilajs, a force cf men and lean. liste been -Hurling on the cmirse under trie direction of II. G. Mr-rcri f Kansas ...

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 September 1920

Pgl!SW,y ii'Y- -zpr- 'rr wppr""'- KSl. ? . K f , 1' v' r- &.i Tr' m vt- J4S 4. m w pAraTwo - Mr- ... u THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN." THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1920. "taef SUiBtSac 787.T9. imnubuon ( ibe Mate to! Maine wa. rfii.f7Mnia.ve TA visit ll will' "VASHINGTON.'S- n . . -- .. : I , - .r . " - 2 I TOM tly.r "-'r . wire 10.,,, - ..- v. ,-. a aE. t. Crab And hon. 11 III j,, " "noouned today that ihe per cent, Ok, the new dresses at ES TF.S are perfectly fascinating. There is the little dress 1 am trying on, but still better look ing is a blue tricotine made long-uaisted as so mahy are. It has an apron front and knife pleated bach, and the trimming is shoe black ribbon laced through the material in a clever na.. And, my dears, it is only $42.50. You must get a street dress it ill hare to be covered by a coat. LADY JANE. 3 Bleaaing. King Gry; Glenn "Wright Archer: 'John &Iirx. Odessa. I . l Karma' Alphj forward Anderaon. Ok (mulcre. una; miry isucer, narreru- lmlw An Snn. ...

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