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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 October 1920

? - 'is TT.OMMlteyiMfe 14, 1920 rACE ax . Clothings Turn Now You save 20 f . .U Add 20c To Your Clothing Dollar! . - VI jr ' ' 2 TV ,-,..' We cut 20 If S 1 t W WJ IV t , sft .. &:" uVi ;V ,. ',). tit Ml m let ' i HK sS IShl ","! j " "" '- ,,.. rfc' s Beginning Friday,Oct.l5 Our Entire Stock ,of Men's and Boy's Clothing and Furnish ings Manhattan Shirts and all Collars excepted, as prices of those items are not controlled by us. ON SALE NOW 20 off Included in this stock are: All Men's and Boy's Suits. .All Men's and Boy's Overcoats. All Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps. ' All Men's and Boy's Shirts except Manhattan. All Men's and Boy's Underwear. ,A11 Men's and Boy's Gloves. All Men's and Boy's Sweaters. -. All Men's and Boy's Hosiery. All Suspenders and Belts'. ' All Odd Trousers. .j'-j.r " XJ-Jt-x, -. ?.i':. V. it r -4: 1 . -- f 111 m r ' h 1 Slowly but surely the purchasing power of the dollar is being restored. The automobile dollar was the first to gain in purchasing 'power thr...

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 October 1920

wr THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920 NUMBER 38 'W! CIMMINGS HERE ATTACKS COUP OF REPUBLICANS Pruniiitctit Democrat Issues Vigorous Allack on State- mciil of Tiiirly-One Harding Supporters. TO SPEAK AT CHRISTIAN Public Mass Meeting at It O'Clotk Tonight Is to Be Held in College Auditorium." Immediately upin bis arrival in (i luntbia (Iii? afternoon, Henry S. Cum ini tips, furmrr chairman of the Demo cratic. National Committee, ho speaks here Imiicht, iucd a .Isonni attack on lV (lurtwmr leading Urpuhlicans vlio came ut tmliy in a H3trm-nt .f rea nns tor iiptrrti(ic Ilaid.ns, Tlie ac lifint if l be Rf-puMtcan .statement i- car rid in another column uf (lie Misfi-tiriaii iLi aficrmwm. Air. Cumminp kij In stateninU I hav read vtith deep inlerot ihe Utcnieiit issued ioday by thirty-one I ratl in Rcpuhlicans including Mr. Knot, Mr. Hughes Mr. WicVeihara ami Mr. IH, vtiiiiB- J.rh thiir reauns for iuijttrtin Siiatttr Hani in. It i a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 October 1920

ai ' 1 Si T Jti H r pace fro tl THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920 -a y J MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE ( WV. D. Phelen went to Sturgeon this morning on business. Mrs. Dysart Brown ol Browns Station, spent yesterday in Colombia. Mrs. R. T. Baldwin went to Fulton jesterday to visit relatives. Miss Nell Coons of Meiico, is the uest of Mrs .Mary Duncan. Miss Janette Jacobs went to Centralia vesterday. Mis Lucille Ruder left vesterday for visit in BoonviUe. , C JL VanDine will spend the week end with Iiis parents in Sedalia. Mrs. S. L. Veils and family have gone m .vicuaine tor a few weeks visit. H. Brashear left Columbia for Jet ferson Gty this morninr. B. M. Anderson and B. M. Anderson, Jr., went to St. Louis yesterday. Dr. Ellsworth Mood) of Jophn, is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Stanford and chil dren left this morning to visit Mr. Stan ford's parents at Flora. III. Ceorge T. Griffith, who lias been vis iting W. S. Melloway, returned to his home in Macon. J...

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. — 15 October 1920

"S b UNIVERSITY NEWS l JHs IIortnie Staudcr is iiting at lirr liome in Edina, .Mo. ' Furro-t A. Fm Irft )estertlay for Kan Mi Qi licre lie ill sprnd the wrrL, rnit ll.a f lorenoc Mfkiddy on tlie lenni rhampitiIiporthefrThman class e- trrdav'. From Mi IVmilhy Stercnon. Tlir ItnrrrnJ 5. It. Brsden Kill Iravr nl wwk In attend llie l'r fb frian nol 31 Cartluje. Mn Itutli (jailinrn, a tui!rnt in tlir I'liirrrsily. at " Iier borne in Mexico jrslrnlajr to pend the. ecl end. C l. Jennlns, a student in the Uni. iTlty. went to lii "homr in Kansas City )ftrrda to spend the. wrrl-iiL Mi Margerie 1'eab.xl). a studrnt in the Uniirrsit), is spending the uerk-end in Kansas Gtj ilh her parent. Mi Laura Smith, a student in the I miersit), ha4 left tut Kansas Gty to uit her parent. The Atlienaean- Soviet) hilt pir a smoker for new iwmhVrai 7:10 uYlucU Friday nif lit in the T- .L C A. lluildinic ltina laulitrr ami Ltster It. Morris vere admitted to Parser Memorial Ho jutal eterda. u Meltride a ln eliar...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 October 1920

HHSr !' - - r" f ,r- V i '? Jf 'JV- v -. - f -&-- j - .',-'-.. . v '- . 4 ?! 1 " .-ii;'-'- M ' , , --. HI&'kw - - , , . ' . . . . . . ,-'-'' -. , . - jib -i (; I V V - v gP;JACEFOUR fFACTORYHEAD SAYS MARKET IS SUB-NORMAL .Braselton Compares Con . ditions in Wholesale Leather . With Those in Civil War Period. KO DROP FOR WAGES Increased Freight Rates and -; High-Price of Labor Off. . set Decline in Raw Material. TJ1 t5:c,e market is cow below nor. . a.dvT. H- Braselton superintend ?t ol the. Hamaton-Brown Shoe Fact cry of Columbia. ; In i explaining, the. condition of the Vholesale ahoe and leather market Sfr. iirasdton goes back to the period of iteUnnTar. Then prices went through . ne c'f'djtistmenU he says. During toe war they went up but afterward, af. several fluctuations, they finally1 found at nmnnni L1 .. L;.L 1 ' Wned only slightly. The price of shoes fcent down but never as low as before the war. The same price situation is be fore cs now. he believes. "The low pric...

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. — 15 October 1920

;5sf3Y3Er3 -v - ifV - 1TM?? - THE COLUMBIA" EVENING MISSOURI. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15. PAG2I1YE- 1920 !:" ; JiM Society Mia Ella Vyctt. society rdjor. II joa hare neics of social erents of inter est to Colunbia and the Uniierstty. the Musourian will appreciate it if joa Kill nil Mas Fyatt by telephone, o. 274, between 11 o'clock end noot. each Jar. The Kappa Mpln fraternity villi m ttruin at 9 o'clock loritlit iih a dance it the Daniel 11-nne Tavern fnr Miss France Cray ami Milton Duvall i.f QuLuiUe. Ma, vvWe maniage v.ill tile place Wednesday. October 20. The chaperons will he- Mrs. S. I n..bins..-i. Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1. Mitchell. Mr. an.l Mrs. J M. rtes. x,r- an'' ilr- I! " Cray. Dr. and ln. J. E. Ttiornton, Mr. Frank Miirhell Dr. -anil Mr. A. I- Ker f.n, Vis hlva I 'link. Miss lVsile Mitchell, Mr. ami Mrs. J. R. llebeilin-. J Mr. and -Mrs. It. 1- Hill. 11'' Kucsts iU Let Misses Frances Krav, Lncie Ls cey, Henrietta Stewart, 1 ie Orav, D..r cthv Lncan. Helen Navlor, Wimfrc.1 Di- firt, Ed...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 October 1920

ICffiiP r.- v- ',, X jEti-l bfe- r ''' ?si ?& Fa K, " ?1L f iip v. mt. ? 1?WCEtSlX , "-S"""MB --THE COLUMBIA'EVENINGtMISSOUIUAN.V FRIDAY. OCTOBER J5..1920 THE COLUMBIA have a ".W time" doln K. Ther learn EVENING MISSOURIAN fmpt' "v ke made on hm . mile avrar from railroad and, that one , ry (reals- aus 3! T , 4 , ' MlMMiUi ralUaHi AaMtUtln, lae. Jit IL " "Of lr)' a 1 l to a tiff J-ntt cl In.. AIT lAa-fcte ,UCCM, 0f Uj ilfe. SUucurnox HATES I ',e movrme nt was started in Missouri -CUri MaaiV. u inui . II tnti; aiala'rix yfJ" ?, and was nut Into effect !. J . I, ' , , tiHth , Cutri Taai, liMi in Boo" County about one year later. ."r t'f-"" v. ! b are bemoaning the lias awk u uu. fijitl. la ainar. evil nf "moving to town" should ron- Mfct AWU Barraa f CrraUtlaaa. taiataj u aKsaaVtUaa auj auittr. Atcrsl m,' aaaDlae at artclat rata of pastlf ' U4 lir la Sactloa 1101. Act ( OcusM 3. Mil. tWJ Saptaatat 26. 1U. TELEPHONE M.1IBC1U !. . Mrmltla itl ClnaUtlaa. THE POLITIC U, SPEECH Greater...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 October 1920

" sBr jsyy "TTj-LTsTsa'aiiiiiiiiiBaiwailaiiiiiiii 71 r , " r , ... ,, , . f I - . -- - - l TOE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1920 pace SEvau f CLASSIFIED ADS HU Ctnt Word a Day. Phone : FOB SALE 101! SALE-Uargaln. Powerful fpced-lcr. good condition, new tires. Lrae rail at 402 Blat F-40 FOK SALE Dandy tU room fullr modern house with aleeping porch, hard nood floors throughout, on paved itreet, nouth side, full size rone ret e basement. Good lot Possession to suit. $4900 on easy terras. Phoue 590 White. CWF-tf FOR SALE Used Dodge ear, in ob edient rendition. Tailor's Carage. Phone 5T6. T-39 FOU SALE 1920 -iodel Ford Sedan, with starter; luoks like new. runs like new, is almost ll'.e new. Phone 1221. BJ9 FOR SALE 1914 Excelsior motorey. cle, lights and taadem; good running eon. dition; $33. Phone 397. T-3Stf FOR SALE 1916 Ford touring car, good running condition and good Urea. J250 cash. Phone 397. T-37tf FOR SALE New 1920 Model fite pas senger louring car, at a bar...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 October 1920

v t) V PACE EIGHT THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOnER 15, 1920 U IS- f y Is ?-; i If- K- I ;3:., iff $-;' ;';'-- V ft NEW LIMIT SET ON MID-WEEKS -No Wednesday Dales for Un derclassmen, Sorority Women Decide. About two hundred sorority women of Ike i University held a raasa meeting yes terday afternoon in tire Ph)sics Build ing lo discuss social problems o the Iniversity nd the relation of tbr soror. "y to these problems. The following rules, rrrently adopted by the Women's Paiihellenic Council, "ere read: No sorority shall hare more than three dances durin? the fall ami winter terra, the eipente of which shall not lw limit ed; this not to include necl-cnd dances at tlie chapter house, the evpcnc of hich thall he limited to $1.50 per couple. 2. No sorority underclassman shall liavc nitd-wcck. cnjusemenls. . Nrial rules sliall obtain throuiVut lie calendar year. vJt was deciM that the Women's ln liellcme Council should asl Mi Eva Johnson, adviser of women, to request i-ra...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 October 1920

T"-' " ;? 3"5iA8V$ I III ...II III III .1 I . . . J . I'. ' I III 'I 111 J III! i JUL.).. L IIJJJIIUDil U .-. i 1IL ui!JMllll!iMltliLM "l"W IHMWMM I 37gaagte3BSBfr THECQLUMBIA EG.:kKMArl f THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1920 NUMBER 39 TIGERS BEAT AMESBYTWO TOUCHDOWNS Final Score Is 14-2 Ames Downed Packwood for a Safety in the 2d Quarter. TIGER CAPTAIN IN GAME Packwood and Lewis Went Over for Missouri's Two Touclidouns Lewis Starred. State FitU), Amen Iowa, Oct. 16. (a plain "Giuck" Lewis' . C7-)aid run through the C clone eleven at Stair Field this afternoon featured the Tiger' first conference victory of the t-ca-Ain. Lewis did nut start tlic game but i trill in at the t-tarl of the second half. Tlir final More Has 14 lu 2. In the first tiuartcr lite Tigers sltuwcd an unusual ultra. wlikh was accom plished b means of lite sterling work of the Tiger tine. Ames featured the sec unil 'urlcr villi their aerial attack. -pcUI l the Vwmwi. State Ftrxri. Awls Io...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 October 1920

! 3asgV&MmiiH $mz "t iM? wo".::.. .:...., pSSOURIMAY 0OTEFORNEW ; CONSTTTTiTTrw P.? "WXAVil ffci --- fifteen Amendrnpntc , p. a ,. j t, "" " ocumany interest . Only Large Cities- f NO. 6 IS'FORGOQD ROADS - ,N?-9, Provides Sl.000,000 for ? boWiers' Settlement Fund A No. 14, Workmen's 'compensation. This ear tl M;.v..: .. . "wuii uicr is con tronted ,,, , jist of fiflctn nropowd r"" o tie constitution of Mis aoou. One or two o these amendments "reoeen well advertised in tlie state by Wain organizations that re earn- to Je them arry. Of the others little las n Man). Oi Erst importance to the people of Musoori is the proposed fifteenth amend j Weh provides a new mode of re ite date for submitting to the voters the mg the constitution and sets a defi qnstion of calling a constitutional con entioa. If thi, amendment carries the qnstion "Shall there be a convention to tense and amend the constitution? viill be roted on at . special election on the first Jncsday in August, 1921. Friends...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 October 1920

"W" 1" - I 'VJHJ ' . l"Jti r-., 7 -?- THf. E. CK.tlf. nrEI) TESTERIT.ir - Xr. Craw FarmM for 21 Yrars Jtoietl to Columbia la 1DU9. I Tilliam ft. Craig. 87 jbh old, i'tri II his home. 709 Lyons street, yesterday i arteriosclerosis. Mr. Craig was born In OveirsrilIeTKv..j December 14. 1883. and came to Missouri j at the arc of 21 ith his parents. Before. I his removal to Columbia in 1909, Mr. Craig had b'tetl on tbe same farm in Cal- iwar County for 3i years. Mr. CraiK was married January 30. 1S56. lo Miss Lueretia Crimes. Sesen children srere bm, mo of liom hair I med. Th. sunivmg ones are: Frank Craig. Springbrui.L, Y D.; Mrs. llaner JteCowan. Columbia; Mrs. J. T. Rich ardson. McBaine and lr. George Uwi lcr. Newton. Kan. Mr. tjaig was mar. Bed a second time, lo Mrs. Margarrt Sawn -Mien. Vugnl 29, 1883. . Two cluldirn vere burn to this union. William K. Craig. Jr- and Mrs. Merton F, Chase, f hom only Mrs.Chae 'unites. Until last April Mr. Craig had been in good health, but for lite l...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 October 1920

: U- u '- THE HnTTflumA JS5NG M1SS0URIAN IWI bL? Sf'rK li"i Is. Ir n. Usswi. "" U,ri, jUTmm Jtun.t ' CHr SUBCuhio.t RAHS . "-" WMiks. n uu rt Ti. 11U; 3 tuttls. ' ta, " w " PsrsU. u .fou.. II.B -i . : "l4 M uuul.u :. a !- fa a.1il " "n Arcrpi " , x- ;.- - TtLtrilO.NX KUUIEU "., ,w aUiT.'.'.'."...".'.' ,..r:i WHAT RESERVATIONS t Whatrirr rrwrtatloiu the United Stairs may trt ,ie rondili.m umlrr ruch lo mtfr thr Lrapir f Nation. e at brst mrrrly nothing lmt claiifi rations of the provisions of tlie roinunl; -or the Lrafue talcs nothing ftuni thf sovwrian right of any -talc etrriu uhat lue stale uunianl) glm. The riivrnaM il. Is so carcfullv vnUI ii.it it ti-M i ' standard for seamanship. It" m the Ideal of a country that won independence ami built the foundation for free repub lics. There. i a difference between the aims of s country as tit Erst emerges into na tion unity and the guiding force of the same country a century later. If a newly bom nation is lo Mimte It must develop a nat...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 October 1920

,"5; I m 'Tr- 'tpptfTixt $p HM'J-firu"' s'iJffBW CLASSIFIED ADS Htlf a Cent ATorf Day. noneU Phone ; FOB SALE FOR SALE Bargain. Powerful Isler. rood condition, new tire. rave cill at 402-BlacL. F-40 frigfralor, 5 to 7 feet high. Phone 153. D-40 STOR SALE Dandy iix room fully itdern house nith sleeping porch, hard ind Boon ihroofhout, on pared atreet, sjeth side, full aire concrete basement. food lot. roMosion to auit. tr) on 1, terms. Phoue 590 Vhite. CVTF-tf FOR SALE 2S volumes of EnccIope ii Britannica, practically new. at a ry V price. Mast be sold. 406 Guitar Kit- KM FOR SLE Ued Dodje car, in ex talent condition. Taylor's Garage. tone 575. T-39 FOR SX 1980 -.odd Ford Sedan, silk starter: loots like new, runs like ir, a almost lue new. i'uone I22L B-39 TAMED 5c a cop will he paid for the Columbia Etenine Missouri f jepicmoer at ana zi and Uctober 4 and 6, if brought to the Mistourian business office in Jay II. .eff Hall. REAL ESTATE le buy. ell, rem and exchange real estate of al...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 October 1920

S3fe Hi ir T.v..y-,.g 3tmJa5Sgrr -.r TT-nTTTsaawi " 3T- "V " - -m " io &' t vS- it -.. ACK;SDt, THE.COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1920 taA l 1 i To All Concerned! To All Concerned! p . H f ' tT , -1 ,t ., ." I, f ft i : I- . ... ' ) 11 ; . '- ? Notice To Vacate! - , J THE ACAD EMS Herewith Serve Notice On the World in General, that: . All Parts of the Campus East and South of the Academic Hall are henceforth, now and forever The Property of the ACADEMS To Have, To Hold and To Defend M -V:- ' . r JVtt For the first time in history THE ACADEMS HAVEPAD DLED and they can paddle again. I' h-' t--i Get Your Ear to the Ground Next Academ Meeting Oct. 28 1 ,l ,1K . --.tf. l H r fr. fo i -3 ' i si .$ '? m M S rs -! TT t s J - J- f i ' m$BZrs;g ,, ,t, & - riZM -ta J& -fcv i SijSa a-gftft.. - 2S

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 October 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Jr'is THIRTEENTH YEAR IT'S A MONROE DOCTRINE OF WORLD.HESAYS Jouett Shouse Defends the League in an Address .Made Here Saturday Night. HE EULOGIZED WILSON Declares That the Hae Fulfilled Democrats Every Promise They Have Made. "In a hundred years of the Monroe Doctrine thrrr has not been a shot fired in its enforcement, and the nations to the South of us have prospered and pro gressed. The League of Nations is the Monroe Doctrine of the world," de. dared Jouett Shouse Saturday night to an audience of two hundred people at the lourt house. Mr. Shouse -asserted tltat the Democrats had passed more hene6cial legislation since they had been in potter than the lie. publican liad in the previous fifty sears, lie pointed to the federal reserve system, revision of the tariff and the income tar as evuleiice. "The Democratic adminis trariun ha fulfdled ever) promise that it made that was humanly possible lo fulfill." he said. "A man from Mars appearing here and ...

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. — 18 October 1920

rnaSBCi---j Vf m C- 1 I &- t : tS: 8 ? 4 tf i--' 'j a (MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE a CWumc?."","" "f McBine " Mis lou r;i & K&TXZL0 Mobet, ,b" U?K,J Mann W ''' rooming cj;, A M''ty'n f McBaine was in V Saiurda, business ii"suS,,;man,,"'i':,in,!!,,0'I"m Mrs Cterg. Sn.Al.ers of New Frank W Wl shopping ; Qduinbia .u,,. I. rWJ'..C PUno Brushwood was in Column,, on . , w,frLBrWn' who " ""ting In Jcffcr- t .' r"urwd turday I spend Sun. U A. korn, win, j, working ;,, o.lura . returned Saturday to Jefferson Gt) TtD nUnda)r v,i,h his f"n"I' , . P.. Bryan went to Cenlralia this nung ,n the Interest ..f the Kome -oonty Dirrctoiy. JohnSnoddy of Mexico City arrived in Urtnmbu, Saturday lo spend several das William C Levete, national serretaiy l the Sigma Alpha .Epsilon frate-nitv went to Ames this morning. Xt Rodere returned l his Iiom- in Meiieo this morning after spending tie week-end with Edward Hall. n. U Walker of Mobtrly relumed iiopie Jy ifter upending the weeUnd in Columbia. J. T. Ha...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 October 1920

3" 'SPU" t" 1 JP. f ' ' "- 'r.j Vi' y.' -tr--,-?" !-T3TlS3rP" f I : ,-gs, . .. . - - I. Society .tfiis IT)jU, joccfr edW. joo hate nrirj c aortal erenta 0 iner. j -AF..'.7 .! .!. If?...?... ili If Innitrmn trill nnnMfiai fa ft ... I iu UMiniwu UHtt iw uihiojm;, iiis mtwv-'wii Mwnituic u 1 Toll mil thone, Ao. 274. VeUeen II orfoci trm noon. rocA Jar I c' .Vi'sj tPjorc bj tclcpho V- AmonR the Sunday eeninc dinner nestine Parks William, Hovard Risk, rvause. ikrnnem merman, Howard KM, John J. O'Keefe, L C. Kassebaum. Al lien Secll, Dave 'Thompson, Chalnion Moods, Miller r,"Tom 41len, C Whil. bread, Harry Harms L. l!uli. Pierce Pierce Neidermejer and Pruet Turner. The decorations were drawings and r. toons of each of the, bo)s. These draw. inc were ptwui lo the girls as favor. Miss Frances Bricbt' anil Mr. r CI Howling will be .hostesses lo the K.ntu Kappa Gamma alumnae association at 4 oVIufk Wednesday afternoon. October 28. at the home of Mr. Bowling, More". uouicara. letts at the Dani...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 October 1920

w CEftH3 - - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1920 I It w "- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN rBAti T ffmisg nttpt T is. JVJ!! Tl"H ociui. 1st. j.r itTucnT "u " " soE$au?noN ratis rli eestt. MjAs 11.15, J m, 90 . -i tail n tjM. p,,,ku l itoti. Memlrt .Asia Bucu f OrrsbtMii. "frs-mi MCMi-cbM mill B.n,t. Actr. " mutlac at .plal nt l rU. t MfUw U SH 11U. Act Octaku J. HIT. "-t st-w at, mt. TtLE?II0.NE M.1IBEJU l-i U-vnki-4 . (teJtahi'V.V."".' TVAI.ES AD TRICES Do decreasing prices necessarily mean decreasing wages? This question will begin to attract at tention as the present readjustment brings back the. lower cost of bring which ev eryone has been seeking. Economic pres sure, is farcing takes back toward the level of 1914, although they are not like ly to reach that point soon. The same economic pressure will as surely produce a demand for lover wages by those who pay wages. Some signs of this are already present. In the clothing trades, for example, man ufacturers...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 October 1920

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