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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 October 1920

mm ifcli i3 WSifc'iik. waisffSSKlSBsUwajJi TTi .T . V-'inaogrf ' I'ftiiiti'rr'-" ' ri :aa3MamBgBj3iriin .m I ;( 8 - PICE SDt AD CLUB IS TO "SHOW THEM" FROM NOW ON State and County Clubs are Urged to Organize and Elect Delegate to Meetings. BIG PROGRAM PLANNED By Spring It Is Hoped to Have funds to Send Students to Speak Before High Schools. . A tte-wld publicity campaign for lie University lo be carried out during be present school car has been plan led in detail by the Ad dub, with the object of getting more students and of better acquainting the people of the Mate vith the institution. The Ad Club is composed uf a repre sentative of each county and state club and a committee from each department of the University. The chairman is ap pointed by the Student Council. That office is held this jrar by Louis D. Tot ter. ne club at present is concentrating on an effort to get every county anil state from which there are sufficient stu dents to do so, to organize and elect their represent...

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. — 19 October 1920

s sr I THE COLUMBIA EVENING MlSSOURlAN -i TI1IRTEE :NTiI YE AR jfl COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1920 NUMBER 41 WILL OBSERVE ARMISTICE-DAY NOVEMBER 11 Cit) Council Decree That City Sloj) Work for Fic Hours in Honor of Big i Dav. STREET WORK PLEASES To Handle Fiilure University Foolliall Crowds Willi Special """Police i Pioletlion. Armistice Day. "v'ovemljer II, is lo lie celebrated in Columbia null all the wmp due the anniversary if that memorable rccavinn wh-n cily and nation forgot business In rejoice in the news of peace. The Cily Council, at lis meeting last night, agreed unanimously in looperale wilh the Herlicrt William Post of the American Legion in recognizing the day. 'A proposal tliat the Council-o.tkially as-M-f in making tlic arrangements was put Uforc lliat bIy by Giltner Inge!. Jl alreadv has ben decided to ak all lusiness troupes in lit cily be closed from noon until 5 oVlock on Armistice Day. Oilier details of the celebration remain to be worked out by the...

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. — 19 October 1920

BTr-'g-T."Tr- T-.rrr,.. m f & 'ACS TWO : ENGLISH COM, -MINERS WANT HIGHERWAGES Earnings Are Rl,'n.i h r t j1 Though Increased 155 Per Cent Cher Pre j. War Basis. , "w..jjuo UWULIAILMI r - Government Represented by Sir noDert Home m Refus g to Accede to ". Demands. f , I ryPy' Pt- IS (by mail). The f """" ruKIe bet.ecn the miners and M government dates from last July. n the Miners' Federation, in confer- ( ence t Leamington, formulated their new demands which was tno-fold; demand lor an increase of wages (at present rale of exchange) of 35 cents per day; and demand for a reduction in the price of household coil by $Z50 a ton. It was estimated that the wage claim would "Ml to 191,500,000 a 5 ear and the Price reduction to $126,000,000, and it " kimed that both these charKes couU be met out of the present surplus Profit of the industry, said to he $231, 000X100, arising from the high prices now received for export coal. The miners' case for an increase in ajes was based on the fail...

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. — 19 October 1920

.' "5 . f! feOTH PARTIES INDORSE GOOD ROMS BILL Umendment Provides for Pay ment of 60,000,000 Bond Issue by Auto License Fees, h00D ROADS DAY OCT. 22 Moving Pictures Circulated in State to Show Effect of Improved Highway. aieret in th aiming flection in, Ml. ri partly crnlfirtl in ihe vol in? f 160,000,000 Lorn, tone for the - ruction of a state-Hide system m liard- Lrficed roaiK It U said that the great 4 dinger to the Gootl Ruads Amend (cot j Acrcunfidence on the part f one and lark of information by oth rs. This amendment, Lnon as Cood oatU AmendnKnt No. G, provides that Mie automobile hcen fees of the state Bull te ft aside for the pajment of : bonds thus relieving the property men of the ate from a state proj- rrr tax. A conservative estimate of au mobile lifene fees Knows tuat.llie ag- Irepte amount at the present regUtra- on fee will be sutficient to rehire the Lnds and meet the interest charges hereon, and in addition leate a large ,m for maintenance. At the prefect time a c...

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. — 19 October 1920

i nrrfwTttrfjiJWfff eWMWBfelWlgliKili li a.. Hi w If ; k 1 Hft IT I' ll f 3.. 'ACEFOUn -,. -THE COLUMBIA E?ENING"MISSOURIAN Jrt fUAh, A-tal. ,.. J.rn 22J "". tt-W. AIT.M. .". sti(scumos BATES CS,I , 4, a,, ,. u c,au. ,u,l. ". a ett ,.Vi"S " Bo Cs.ti Yssf. nai OjMOi tW fssuryi Ti. IsJO: a onU. . 1 1. .i . r.tiu, l, dn,,. ""sW AA tUl raw f CrrsUtloss, "tl a, wcaUsi xU wtt.r. Ar- fflt 1 ChI lis, ... -v ..-,.-. lol TtLErjIONEMJUBEU AJ'mUaf .l CnsUns. ,..Ss . 55- MURDERS IX HAITI It is unfortDniir indeed tint even -harres at the romluct of American marines, whether true or not. should he coming from a little country that has come under our jurisdiction. If Ameri can marine hate been killing the natives of Haiti indiscriminately, something should be- done. Lrt unju-t truth be lijown and the guilt) punished. An unjust deeiL or an atrocious crime i jut the same nn nutter under wlial fig. Reports have been coming for scl eral month through South American countries and through a report nude p...

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. — 19 October 1920

-r Tr.a 'K j; :THE-CeLtJMBIA EVENINGiMISSOURIAN; TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1920 paqe nys V- A?"- t&. f CLASSIFIED ADS Half Cnt a Wort Dsj. FOB SALE fOR SALE Dandy six room fully jjon house with sleeping porch, hard .ood Boon throughout, on paved street, Modi "k, faU tije coacnu lxaeneat. fiood lot. Possession to suit. $4900 on offlerms. PI"" 590 "White. CWF-tf FDR SALE 25 volumes of Encvclope i Britanniea. practically new, at a very fcw price. Must be sold. 406 Guitar Bite !" FOR SALE 1916 Ford touring ear, nod running condition and good tires. I jso cash. Pbone 397. T-37tf FOR SALE New 1920 Model 6ve-pas-vnerr touring car, at a bargain. Phone FOB KENT FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for eta. Phone 1025 White. S40tf FOR REST Room in modern house, 1609 Bas avenue. Phone 1069 red. T-tl FOR RENT Half a room for a young 1dv. Phone 1042 Green. .Mr, Ilonne, U Allen Place. 1145 I0ST ASD F0C5D JjOST A pair of shell nmmed glasses is a black cae, probably at the Co-Op. Reward. Phone 974-Creen. M4...

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. — 19 October 1920

"ili 'rirr1 lliit -r '" s-.""1' - "fs!s ' & SS T-i i ,1 Sri ! f m ! -i ft M If"" I PM I K j 1? ? i t r i ?i M.I lb! Si - ft'f- PACE SIX ENGINEERING SHORT COURSE ESTABLISHED Will Have Two Terms of Eight Weeks Each Like Short Course in Agri- culture. GIVES PRACTICAL WORK Courses in Oxy-Acetylene Weld ing, Blacksmithing and General Mechanics are Listed. The faculty of the School of Engineer, ing have established a school for me chanics which will give short courses bearing: the tarae relation to the School of Engineering that the Sliort Course in Agriculture bears to the GJIege of Ag riculture, according to a statement to day by E. J. McCaustbml, (lcan of engin eering. Plani hair been made to legin ork November 1 for an eight-eel. term. Another eight-Heel term will be (looted to this orl after Christmas. The scliool is intended to lie a practi cal one, designed mainly for foremen ami inspectors without much technical edu cation. Studenti in this course will male use of the city and...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 October 1920

vtrmQpgirf1''-' VJp ' THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN ' THIRTEEN! II YEAR KANSAS GAME TICKETS TO BE ISSUED NOV. 15 Will Rcccic Applications for Scats from Nov. 1 to 13 Not More Than 6 to One I'cixmi. BUILD NEW BLEACHERS Publish Magazine to Aroue In tercut in M. U.'s Biggest Honiccoining Old jl Men to Unite. Fifteen new sections of permanent wooden bleachers arr to be erected on the north side of the gridiron at Rollins Held for the Kansas, game. Th- new bleachers mil he ,U1, on niber end of the present wooden struc tore on the nonh miIc tit l he field anil will he patterned after them. When com. jjrted they will have a seating capacity of 4,000 ptrons including 1.200 bin seals. Each box contains eight neat. New bleacher were considered neces wry to talc care t.f the large crowd ex pected this year. Temporary bleachers will also be rrcclcil at either enil of the firl.L These anil the ,(inuneiit new Mcaihets v))l be finished by Thanksgiv ing, Til ALLOT TlrktTS B1 IWAYVIM: Application ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 October 1920

I ' . I t a pace two - -. " 00D BOADS TAG DATS XAMED To, o Mitttht Amendment o. 6 October 22 and 23. l. ' "'i'n h deaignate.1 .hk!!. c,r on one of 'h d A. w "l00 "Uf' Missouri Out of -llf. . """"or emblem or ith -.. .HiMour, Out of the Mud- .tkler -- , w.niuhield, and peri.it the Mm(, t" i, . ,m P'lce un'U Missouri is of- """Tinted oul of tI,e ud- on .Nov- siuucr i. J. Frank Smith, chairman of the pub uci jr committee, is yrging eery com mitteeman, every civic organilation and every individual booster for Amendment no. 6 to begin plans at once to provide emblems and stickers. Friday, October 22, has been officially Proclaimed by Governor Gardner as Good Itoads Day in all the -lww,l. f i:. : on h,ch date the decorating of every thing will begin. The ork of tagging Uie automobiles and v.indos -Mill eon unne throughout Friday and Saturday " purpose, 01 this campaign is to im press upon the voters the importance of adopting Amendment No. 6, as this is Ihe only legal means of "lifting Mi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 October 1920

I s Spciety Hiss ElU Tyatt, society editor. If you hair netcs of social events of inter lit to Columbia and the Vniietsity.lhelissourian uill appreciate it if you uill ostl Hiss fyalt by telephone, No. 274. betuern l o'clock and ifoon. each day. TV wfddinr of Mim Francm Mitclirll dy, daughter i.f Mr. and Mrs. It. II. .jy, 1111 Uniwi'y aicnu lo .Millon 'DmalL f ClatUiillr, uill tale place I J o'clock loniRht al the First Christian Korea. Immediately after tlie ceremony reception will be given at the hnm? I . . i .. w. 1 i- t.. III will leac in the morning for a hon-1 BM mule lainus. .n. aiiu .!&. uu nation trip, ineir uesiinauon Deing un- Umo. They kill be al home alter ISo- Meauet 1 at QarUtille. Mrs. Laura trans, of P.mra Gty, UUa, will leaie Friday for her Imnje af. It a week's usit villi her &iter, Mrs. En Jl. Andersin, Paris road. - JIr. Dan Sline. 2U Thilly avenue, en- Utaioed this afternoon with two tables If Lridz e for Mrs. 1 rank Mitclirll of Kan- Is Gty. ho is the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 October 1920

R' 'ACEFOUll -. the COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 ! ..j :. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1920 K m h -r ina L,ULUMB1A rrenen m in' igoe oi nations, it don TO UrifcB UUOD HUAlis ittui'iii lv i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN l-aalUaaj j ,v ,lc,,t SaaJar kr il "" fiiliUU jb.oci.ilai. lae. Jar H. "" WMattia. Usaa.n. Alls. Sl'BSCftll-TlOM RATES Otjl Maaik. 40 cui; mttk. l caaw alna . J ttata. r avail la Baaaa Caaani Tor, UI ( ew lUs; J .t... M .,.. O.I.14. lit uaiqi Yr. tUOi J saatiH. I2J; rat U iv raralla la ijiun. MraWr Aad4 llama af Ortalalloas. tarried xnttUn Ball naltrr. Artral oca far caaUiaf at special rata at "a P1" W far la .Sadlaa I10J. Act at Oclaks-r J. HIJ. latLarltal Sql.baf 56. Hit TELETI10NE MJMBXU ' .K4 AJrerlWaf .4 Grcalallaa. SS. . THE EDUCATI0.YM. MAX. There must be a beginning of every thing. To locate the initial point is often not easy. It is hard fur us lo associate an educated man with our Cro-Magnon or eandcrt...

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. — 20 October 1920

"m -3ggBgrJgBBJBmB jgj w tfTsiffBJBBBBSBBBBJBfiBSBB . -sV?f F THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURI. feDNESD AY, OCTOBER 20. 1920 pAce five mwi! CLASSIFIED ADS HU a Cent ft Word a Day. Phone M FOB SALE fOH SU-E 25 volumes of Encjclope jj, Btiunnici, practically new, at a ynj t price. Musi be told. 406 Guitar fOR SALE 1916 Ford touring car. HnnuusE conuiuon ana good urn. t !!. 507 T.17if j2su run- Phone 397. T-37tf "fOR SALE New 1920 Model fite-pas-nrer touring car, at a bargain. Phone J3. P-22tf BEAL ESTATE FOE SALE fOR SLE Dandy ix room fully jJtrn house ith sleeping porch, hard tewi floors throughout, on paved street, jmth tide, foil sire concrete basement, good lot. Posscsion to suit. $4900 on eHj terms. Phot.e 590 VThite. GWF-tf FOR SALE Splendid building lot on Cxnersity atenue, CO by 233 feet- Price, J150Q. F. A. Henninger. 41-tf flTAMED TO BEST TNTED TO REMVTwo furnished tJrxes tor noman ana grown son. lei- W t 1 LOST A cameo brooch Friday, Oct 1 Rroard. Phone 1023 Black. qfoac 343-B...

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. — 20 October 1920

i lupwn "f wtq,ww-85aii ppr- ;vw T;TW -jr- v-a- THE COLOMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 Hc i""t ' - WSXi Mb- s "Bk iACESIX ' ! J w mm m r ? i 1 ! 15 it- ?. 1 I FORETOLD fflS WHISKY FINE Continued from luge 1) Mr. Htytlon ind the othtr lutlmrilirs competent to heir the same. We had a right to feel that Mr. Ilaydon ould present the facts to Judge Dyer, and I "as S3rptied lien Mr. 11 a) don did not divulge the facts to Judge D)er. evrn "hen he asVed for lliem. Tliere is r doubt in my mind that Judge Djer did not understand the situation and that he assessed the punishment under a misap prehension of the facts which it was the dnty of Mr. Hay'don to divulge to him. "Under tne Federal Prohibition Act and the constitutional amendment the enforcement of the prohibition law is now actually being left entirely to the officers of the federal government. The prohibition enforcement officers of the district hate given u every asilancc and ere as much surprised and disap poi...

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. — 21 October 1920

wmjmj&mfm THIRTEENTH COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 ., i . i-.' ' THEidoLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN I - , ' ' . ffl YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 21, 1920 NUMBER 43 ' M . . - - ' - . & HARDING PLAN FOR SEPARATE LEAGUE IS HIT IVo Nations Left to Join Pro posed Association, Says Dr. Rottcna Mann of Chicago. QUESTION CJF MORALS John Barker of Kansas City, Defends Gocruor Gardner and the State Administration. 1 sliould tile l ask any lawyer in the audience, rhat i th; rnuit of interna, uwwl conscience which Mr. Harding pro pues lo establish? Wl.cn does it men, wl-ere i it. what dor it do?" asked flr. Ibiena Mann of Chicago, at a demo cratic mm in- at the Cburtluuse, last M;ht Doctor Mann i the first wo. roan speaker to come "here. 5crit!Iy now, Mr. Harding proposes t form anothrr association rather than the league," she said. "Forty-three of the forty seven nations have joined the Lrague. and cannot join another. This league of Mr. Harding's will he ri...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 October 1920

hBrK -?-"-'- m-t""me jW"$B r O -- 1. ,-' . &ji MCE TWO P00NE COUNTY SUPERIOR LIST HAS 8 SCHOOLS Placed in Groups According to standard of Efficiency None in First Class Before. bl8 IN STANDARD LIST kJNow Two-Thirds of Rural Dis tricts are in First or Sec- t ond Class Must Maintain Standard. Eight Boone County schools have been put upon the Missouri list of superior schools since the opening of the fall term. Eighteen schools hare been plac ed upon the list of standard schools. Un til this year onlr six Boone County choola were on the standard list. Now exactly one-third of all the rural schools In Boone County are on one of the to lists. A standard school must fulfill the fol lowing requirements. It must have a term of at least eight months. The teach er must have better than a third grade county certificate. The school board must furnish each jear at least fire cents per pupil for library purposes. The school must follow the approved state course of study. Introduction, discip ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 October 1920

. .aCTagaaaMiagsKWCT c If THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. (OCTOBER 21. 1920 rnD I11AXEI Society Miss Ella tTyatt soattr editor. voa ferre Bw 0 jociaf eients 0 inter eaioLolumbiaatidtkeUiuctrshy.theMusourian mil appreciate it il you mil tall Slits ITicU bx teUphane, Xo. 274, ietueen U o'clock and noon, rack day. entertain villi i dance Saturday afternoon at llie Phi Kaipa l'si Iwuse. 'm: , i " " - - - .J1111111111111111111111M. - 9E MHjH "" ,i mMMW V - -Jni ST. m "W , a- Hlk.it tJ$MK- A .i.r ? flS Vlfcf HbHk' iktar -, X w . -'.' - SHMiKy&Mfc3K I. lilt Mrs. Jorph T. I'ane left today for lirr frame in Mikogee, Okla. She was accompanied by her daughter. Miss Mary Foster Pane. and her ion. Joseph D. !2nr Uhjle an Gtlumhia they visited Mrs. A. J. Et and Mrs. N. T. Gentry. J.-J at. "I both of lwra Jre her sisters. Miss Madeline Calm of Fa)ette and Milton Lederrr of St. Louis. 'rre mar ried Sunday risht at the Buckingham J; Hotel. iM. Lnuis. They I-ft tlial nljlit 2 Idr Clttf...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 October 1920

'iffVsywfflf iffijiijjj!t,jfJK Ji'w.Ufi i tftwipyraacmw "' vi .nn Foun .. jife-THE COLUMBIA JSVENING MISSOURIAN THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1920 E'hUiA.1 . sETT? ."'' wih,SuIi, Is la. iT A-wtel,. ! J,. U. nss? W. CkwlU. KWrf. Alfon. JokasM, SCISCUfthui mm fOijl V.ak m . .. ., " " "! " f M I, JVM. c,, T, ,,. t tl.7S: 3 .u m ?.'??' ' -M?l Yf. 115U, J .1. IMwlk4S.Mii. r,,lU la sdruo M-sslwr AWu Ban,, ( CrcalaUM. as to .uUJm t ..i ' arisass- 3. 1IU. I"""1-. TBJJHONE M.UU1U 4 dualities. ...'".." IX RS TEARS CoL R. II. Prifc wa, eighty Msht jrats Jd Sunday. A raiew of events surprises ta.by the man) changes ihirh hae rome Kidiin a lifetime. Andrew Jackson as elected 1.) the uemocrats eight) -eisht years ago. Thf arapiirn irave rise tn nominating con- lentiohs and to party platforms for the arst tune in American politics. There vere menty-four states in the .'nion. The gross area of the UnileJ Stales vat 0j,04J square miles com pared with 3,74X34) square mile tod...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 October 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING .MISSOURJAN. THtfflSbAY.' OCTOBER 2l. 192(1 T jgf CLASSIFIED ADS Kl HHIi Cent a Wort Daj. Phone tf Phone ii FOB SALE FOK SALE 23 volumes of Encvclone- &a Eriunnica. practically new, al a verjr )w price Musi be sold. 406 Guitar EM- K-41 :- FOR SALE 1916 Ford touring car. pod running condition and guod tires. J250 cash, rnone JV. lJ7tt FOR SALE New 1920 Model Gve-paa-leager touring car, at a bargain. Phone J0. BOABD ASD LODGING WANTED Boarders at 715 llitt St Breakfast from 7:13 to 8:30 o'clock. Sunday evening dinner served. Plwne 275-Creen after 6 p. m. Ciltf In the Field of Spot t FOR RENT-Half a room for a joung lady. Phone 1042 Creen. Mrs. Horine, 19 Allen Place. IMj TOR SALE Oliter tpewritcr, practi cally ne. Reason for selling liave two uarhlnes. Call at Ttabash Ticket tlTice. R-J6 WANTED First class hoardine hou for CrOUD of University nrorennr P.rftM i -ij interested write L care of the Missourian. K-lOtf BEAL ESTATE FOB SALE FOR SALE Dandy si room ful...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 October 1920

5? & J. ? -,- 1 I PACE -SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 DELEGATES ATTEND T MEETISfl Eonr CoJoabl, Won,,,, Prcsrnt it Annual Clnb Contention. ,,' B,B' '" F- F. Strrhrns Mrs J. C WrrnrJi n.l !l.. r 1-1 .... Vrpreatnlcd the Fonnii;hllr dub of Co Iambi, at the .nnual mtins of the louttb district or the Missouri Fnlrra tion of WomraV Club, at Mohrtlr Turs d;r nd Wednrsdiy. Mrs. W. E. Hanrhr i lolmsbia represented tlie Tund-iy Uub. Cuetj of honor at the nrrtinj: vrrre Mrs. Champ dark, of Botilin; Green. ! Mt. Walter JIcN.b .Miller, rlialr man of piiHir lirjlth of tbe General Fed eration of Women V clubs of St. Loui. On Wednesday, Mrs. F. F. Stephen Wusvd the" heallh department in it -J'nnecljon to "The Era and It Relation to the Home." Mr.. J. D. Elitf tc a fepartment report on 'Education and fcarr.- Tlie delegates xerr rhen a rompli mentar) ihnner vn Tuesday eienins at llir Merchants Hotel. Alut one hun dred Ruel were present. Forty ilrle;alrs vere reg...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 October 1920

T THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR FIRST RURAL SCHOOL RALLY IS SUCCESS "Our School Can't Be Beat!" Children Yell and Sing in Drizzling Rain Band Plays. OTHER COUNTIES WRITE Roelieport Twelve-Foot Banner Gets Comment Conley School Costumes Are Attractive. Boonr Giunty's first rural school rally as inaugurated this morning with a parade which formed at Broadway ami College avenue. The route entered the main busing., section f the town. The parade was led by the CiIumLia hand, followed by llie Huchrimrt delegation. Starling at 11:15 ,,'cjoek with parades marclung two abreast, the sclmols ob erved llie following order: Kocheport, Ashland. Hart-burg. Hallsville, Wade, Arnold, Alidway, Lathrop. Browns, Ever ett. Deer Part, Potts. Valley SDrinirs. awter. Huntsdale. Christian, Conley, Pauley, Via, Eiiglewood. Searcy, Ellis, Kobnctt, ISeihel. Keene, Hickory Grove, Woods, Orear, llethlehem. Oak Grove, Slrawn, Wdhite. Barnes, Providence, Union. Warren, Tucker, Crand View, Harnet...

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