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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 October 1920

ataaja ,"t"v-" K 9 K il f. e I fc- if f ,n I lit fl I fit" fe If IE E 'AcrrouR .. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSCTJRIAN - til- 4 ""l """ KII S..JJJ If l It. "is: a-ui.i. ik. j it " IUH, CalUa, Mmim, AUu. Jakaaas. StlBSCElPTIOX RATES " CJTI Maata, U imui sjk. II cmii alalia ". 1 aasla. auil I. g., Casatii Taai. IXM: . IUS; 1 m.uU. M mil. OaiiM. ,k. ,,,, year. IIM! S statist. IsJJ; wb 4S nu Pa;lte It ulnar!. tlmk.1 T AaJ Dimi f Cirralallea. Elf aa ucnJUu asail aaaim. Atf'pt-a-a far atbtMf at aaiat lata al palla pia- tar la SMla IltO. Act J OclOaf J. Il. tlWJ SapitaOat , 1S TU.ErUO.NC MJalBEKa aa AltanUaa aaJ Claabllaa. FALLACIES ABOUT WOMEN Old sayings ami proverbs, are receiv ing much criticism nowadays. The en bgutened twentieth century mind, decid ing it ran think for itself, says it will no longer follow the teachings uf a past age merely because sonic sage originated lhc-n and passed thrm lUn at axioms. It it all very well to deny tltat "All men are mortal" if the objector can prove t...

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. — 26 October 1920

JHMiy Vi!"'. j- j.in.n,Ti iwjjji jni, WMjiiijii jpjy"JWtiwi-l-JgWS'i-ry..Ty THE. COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1920 PACE FIVE . - -, n 0H' oH lo m.iss he ,a' F J -J CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Ftue H FOB SALE mp CMC-New 1920 "Model SirMi. msa looiins car, at a bargain. Plume sra P-22tl FOR SALE A guaranteed coon dog. Phone 659. . W-47. FOR SALE Underwood typewriter, rod as new. Dorn Coney Laundry. D-43 TTeal ESTATEFOR SALE FOR SALE Splendid building lot on University arenue. 60 by 233 feet. Price. 11500. F. A. llenninger. 41-lf " WASTED TO BEST WANTED TO KENT Two or three fornislied or unfurnished rooms for light houeVeeping about No ember 1. A. & Dai is 718 Marjland Place. Phone 403. 45 tf FOIl REM FOR RENT Furnished room for girls. Board if desired. 501 S. 6th street. Phone : 1250-Blacl X-47 LOST ASD FOUSD LOST Between Academic Hall- and Parker Memorial Hospital, a jeweled Beta Sigma Omicron pin, engrared with name Ida Rhea Pearson, Reward if re turned to ...

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. — 26 October 1920

W"v r v -. ; r . Wrfife 4ax THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26,1920 - I BTCHES WALK ABROAD NEXT SUNDAY SIGHT Charms and Superstition Work Best on Hallow t-'en ; ' Obsen cd Since- Time of Early Christians. MANY FORGOTTEN TESTS Univeisiiy Men in Former Years . Did Mon or Gli.t Walk ingBuildings Filched O.er. coc.vrr health campaign ox Jtlsi Broeffle, llfd. Cross urf, Yis Illnn; County Schools. The Boonr County chapter of the Am erican Bed Cross is talking a prominent iiart in ill? national health campaign truth lias been undertaken by the nation. al organization. Jlis Dorothy BroelTle, tlie Red Cross public health nurse. lia alrcjdy vi-ited nun) of ihe puMic tclhtols in tbr county and plans to viit all of ihtm. The children are thoroughly examined mid if any defect is found they -are ad viJed to ronult h'leir family nhvsician. Many cases of enlarged tonsils, adenoids nd drfcrtiie cvcsinhi are found. Miss BrocnTe in. speaking of the conditions! vvhith ciit among chil...

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. — 27 October 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1920 NUMBER 48 Jf 4& HOLD OPEN HOUSE FROM 7 ; TO 10 O'CLOCK Qld-FaJiioiicd Houscw arming Jn Jay II. "Noll Hall Is bet for Tomoriow Evcnm". FUBLIC IS INVITED Visitors W ill Lmj South En irautT I'riiiting Plant Will Br in Oonition. (rrUiltZ the rrcrnt rnmnal nF the 5,-Iwf.l . Juniali-m from .Sitzter Hall toJ.iT U- cn "" ,ne etudems f tlie cW mil Iiold open Iinue in the new fcuStfing frm 7 l 10 Yhck tomnrrovr rrraiaf. "Minimis in en ucpariracms 01 Je t'nncVty on" a'l resident of G jmbtt srr united to attend. e affair is tu !w of the nature of a genera I tun apt). The tims- wed futiclttm -ntd a dnuLIe pur : it H3s a social eenl and fur tliat M)b AKE INVITED Jfaw or a reception fanj house- : in Jay II. Xcff Hall from tntil 10 o'clock next Thursday bit Wn completed by the nts of the School of Journalism. reception trill mark the official ung of the new home into tchich School of Journalism has j...

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. — 27 October 1920

iW? aam ta .-JA a iS i PACE TWO NEW CHAPTER OF CAMPFIRE GIRLS FORMED Only 20 Can Belong to One Group, But the Leader Will Help to Organ- ize More. MUST WORK FOR RANK Ideals Are Health, Love and ' Work Learn of Wood craft, to Manage Home and to Sew. Columbia now lus H0 ctairr of Umpfire jirk Tlie wond chapter U rompofl of fifteen member, and Hill be under the leadership of Mrs. Ilarold ftewman, 403A Matthes street. In the opinion of Mrs. 0. It. Johnson, ho is in charge of the first group, e,eral other chapter -will be organized soon. "As the membership of each group i limited to tv.ent. said Mrs. Johnson. I beliere Mrs. Newman's group will oon be filled. We started last winter ith six and quicLly reached the fell number. If more girls want to organize. I am willing to help them find a leader." Full ceremonies ere obered at the Council Fire held at Mrs. Johnons home reeentl) to give the new members simr knowledge of the work of the orpaiiza lion. Three candles, representee health, lov...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 October 1920

Is r THE CQLUMBLl' EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. OfrTnnn? 27, 1920 Society Miss Ella Fyalt, society editor. If you June ntas cf social events o inter est to Columbia and the University, the Missouriaji trill appreciate it it voa uill call Hiss Wtatt by telephone, No. 274. bctucen 11 o'clock and noon, each day. The members of Phi Alplia Delta, legal o'clock tomorrow afitrnoon at ilie linme fraternitv, entertained the orhomorr law jof Mrs. Orville M. Earnctl, Providence tla Iat night with a unoker in the toaiL A report ol ilie annual ronfrr chapter mom in the Virginia KuiMing. 'nee kill 1. firn. The Alpha Tau Omepa fratemit) en-1 1ertainl the lullouing ju-sm at ilinnet this evening: Micsn Mania Sue WnuiL Martha Martin, Eiie Gray, Mary IJes JIeerey, Margiret bjlinuiu Melvin land. Hizabeth Itipjiey, H-en WilLin and Virfliuia Kodjer. V)7 CIiriMian The Sifuna Plii Eptilon fraternitv, en tertained the prufeors in ilie School nf Business ami Public Administration at dinner ihl cArrinp. TI-...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 October 1920

3 r4-sss&"'is V JZ '. Mit.-l3,,,. . , THE COLUMBIA trT rf.in-. vil1' 1'iIuit. cientist and EVENING MISSOURIAN I"1"1 !n,CTr51"1 !n Ji,ro,eiy ,n Plor- hUifej 'lion should find somelhinj: that will add ".-.,-7 C,"M' U"Mrt- "" J""'v'cTf.. if it fail jn it. prime purpose. "" ;,-, m .... (finding the 'mining lint . ..sri, n.iso Clip llk. 44 , wl j ,"i?.' " C7I Vnt. IXI ''"'wtUnni, P.T.kU I. .J.uct Abroad In Missouri Pile of ballots and LlanU Helping the 'Clyde Sfrrt In Lumber Bni.nrSs. i ,!-.l ., fin? i.r m neotde separating! Clyde Stewart. hIkt-has operated a) ' the larioo- tdanks ami other material farm eight miles southwest of Gdumbia that is ne-or for an election. Earh for the lat few )ear, will engage in the t rntp a rertain lumber hutiness lor me nel ear, " noting prreinrt l Mmfer Aaiit BKfsm ( CrcvUlUaJ. Funj w.,! ,3 mtntt. Accept. Bullet kl cUt me t pa... pf-4-1 'o, u si, nm. j October S. MIT. ""WSnOa M. HIS. TlimiU.E Xt.lllll.K4 ' -Til A4tnW f OcUtis... AMEXIWEXT X0. 1 Nuvemh...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 October 1920

"- l'ug V . .' "'" I', spvWmw r ItiE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 27, 192(1 " rhone Si CLASSIFIED ADS Hall a Cent Word a Say. rhone 5 FOB SAIE , .mTT"1 '"0,e ,:0,K, ": Ufw Januar) 1. AJJ rcode. 1503 Amhonr street. -50i FOR SALE Underwood t)pevvritcr, food as ne. Dorn Qoney Laundry. D48 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Splendid buildinc lot on University avenue, 60 by 233 feet. Price, jisoo. F. A. Henninter. FOR HEM Jl-tf FOP. KENT Furnished hnue on Thil 1) avenue. Thong 774 green. C-49 LOST AM) FOUMi LOST Between Academic Hall and Pailer Memnrial Hospital, a jeweled Beta Sigma Omicron pin, engraved with name Ida Rhea Pearson. Revtard if re turned to 715 Hiit Su Phone 275-Erecn. P-43tf LOST-A J! pold. Phone Missouri seal ring of heavy 531-red. JMitf LOST A black. case containing glass es with tortoise shell rims. Phone 685. B-I5tf LOST A gold pin bearing Alpha Chi Sigma crest with pearl on each end. Re turn to Missourian office. G-42-lf LOST Paper route bag containing...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 October 1920

SaaEaa8aBimHKamgjMaBimBii ! MCE ax - '.,'u THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1920 li BOONE COUNTY DIVORCE RATE - GOESLOWER Ratio U One in Kcr Snen Alairugcs, a Decrease Frtmi Onc-in-Threc btamliii" or Year IVlii. J0PL1N LEADS STATE mer from the preceding ytar. The year 191B t rceord breaker as per centals tlanl. Tli- Ij'I dxlct "f ll"" Grcuit Court lontameil alout twenty nine Jmrre caes. l'rol l') half ' llwm ere earned ner fn-iii iIk I'IwkIiiis '"inn and .li-ltli out half frr rantsl If a HIS TWO MCSICAL FEATCBLS Average for Minimi - in 6 34 Weddings r .Whole United Slale One in Nine. Is One -for "In Melody Lane" apil Td Loir To' Part of "Hoop La" l'roprim. Iii Melody Ijhic" i the musical mn iiK feature of lItKp IV m which the fi Hotting le'hcn ami OinMun Cul Ugr fitl- "ill ar: Gerlniile Kohle. Heo SiMllwrn. Hrrnirt llama riilh cjm: is n. I granted it ) earned mer orljo. ilallir Iledman. UJj Ma Li-lie Hi. J,siin -l Mam ra- an earned nurl-lli rranMin. Ililen Dii...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

W THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN -iF"J.i. .' i)tf- THIRTEENTH YEAR U.S. MUST NOT ENTER LEAGUE ASSERTS NAGEL Covenant Is Alliance to En force Imperialism on a Larger Scale Than Ever Before Known. WILL KILL NATIONALISM Republicans Would Sign Quit claim to Europe's Brawls; Democrats Warranty Deed for Continuity of Trouble. The League of Kalian is an alliance Kiraforre imperialistic power on a larg er wale llun the world has ever known," is thr opinion of Charles Nagel former secretary of Male and one of the Ilnose- fit Day speakers, in his speech at the comlhosv la-t night. "It is the desire of the few ami mighty to put through a scheme which will be. not a league for llie protection of small nations, bat an sggressiic alliance for the promotion of srllish ntcrcsts of the dominating mem. lets, Tlie iieople of the United States cannot be ecwereed, nor can the League le forced upon them. " If such an institu te is ever ailojiteil. it will come not through coercion, but by evolution, whe...

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. — 28 October 1920

WTffPWi. ls'SH-,MBByiigny- I .. . 1 I FACETTTO - . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1920 fi f f j MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE . i Mrs. XL E. Phillips went to Brown Sution yesterday to visit her daurbter. Hirry Buchholz went In Mobetlv' on business yeslerdav-. W. A. McDowell returned lu his Iwme business here. U Sullin. A. B. Athy and S. S. Daily Ml vcstcrday morning for Mcvico. Miss Emma Crccii went lu Fulton yesterday o spend ji frw -ilavs. Mrv James Gordon, who rerenily suf fered a prainei 'ankle, is icuortcd ! be tie and II. 0. Severance, mil of the Uni. versity Library, left yesterday lo attend tlie annual meeting of the -Missouri State LiLrary Association in St. Louis. Tliey will return rriday. Dean J. C Jones lefl yelerday for Springfield, Mo, here he will attend a meeting of the Missouri College I'nion today and tomorrow, lie will return lo Columbia Monday morning. A hab) gill. Itu'.li Fliubeth. weighing seven and one-lialf pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. C K. ...

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. — 28 October 1920

FjT 'If 3.i V , THE COLUMBJA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1920 PACE THREE I "" . ; .Society 5 n f . . UustM' ,ai, ,K,ilj titer. II, ou iatCjnacJtofZ&ud mnrj.'o into, u Columbia and the UmcetlUr. the Missartrinn. I 1a-a- ;, ;i , B, , :.. rr-. A. .-;i if. o,. ... .-."7 T " ' J"" ,... ' ined -today lor a week-end ti.it will, her oaufhicr; Mm Henrietta, at the li Iteta Phi-house. ' ftnmiiirnii'nt las made in Tokvo. Ja. in Odour J ul the engagement of Margaret Mo.s, daughter of Mr. am n. D. Mo t Columbia, In William Id Bower "f Yokohama, Japan. .Visa i is a grailuule nl the University anil ulrfr of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ie annouif rment vtat made at a ilin i Tokjo. given by her brotlier, Itob Moss amt Mrs. Most in lwnor uf ninth vrdding anniversary Lj Moss lias been in Japan abom Sear. Mr. lioxer, whose home for- I as in Salt Lake City, lias lived I about the samc'length' of li-ne. U dale uf the uedding lias not been laced. j Laura lris, instrnclnr in Entv lf En the Univers...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

I'jSSSrrTirSInii "iiii.1 J sELr T- " -w wp- figMr!:.,!' ,. ..nw'wwiwiiuuia'w fcMffWBaa.ii,ji.n,n.iLi i. wii i ii I ii i i- aaf.v.ir .-' - rsnswwws-""'-' irTr." -t .. . : J ,' 2!?T - gy""w-a i u . i ' imii iiiiirliii.iioa'aaBM5gSarBiS3agaEH8ErAaS31tS l '- j ,Wjgw.,.; - '? -.' " ' ' w ' . . y. mis' sutm liM rK1 , H n --s..vpf- 1M - " l,JI..( I S t Vj 'I' r- lit M nsan I. I if ACB.FOUR - - - I'll " i . ' - - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Mi.-xjurijn Publishing As sociation Ina, Jay II. Nrff Hill, CoW Lis, MUsouri. ALFONfeO JOHNSON, Manki SUBSCRIPTION RATES City: Week, 10 cents; single copies, cents. Uy mail in Boone Count): Yeir, 412S: 6 month. $1.75: 3 months 90 cents: month. 35 cents. Outside the rrnintv: Yeir. M.50; 3 montlis $1.23; monlli, 43 cents. Pay. able in advance. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second-class mail matter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate cf postage provided fur in Section 1103, Act of Octobe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Phone SO FOIt SALE FOIt ALE Coal stoie, pood com irode. 1503 Anthony street. -S0 HEAL ESTATE FORaYe FOn SALE-Splendid building lot on Uniiersity avenue, W by 233 feel. Price. jlMO. F. A. llenninger. 4l-tf FORREST FOIt RENT Cood eleven room, fully nwlen house; too third, furnished. On iut-i Nirri inn iiiiitKi irom university ; two Mock trom uroaduay. Ideal int house. Possession at oner. Phone 519. Cary & Frasier, AH Exchange Na ili.na! Bank Bl.lg. CF-50 FOR KENT-Two unfurnished first lloor rooms for light housekeeping Call at 1507 Winder St. R48tf FOR RENT-Furnished houvs on Tlnl l avenue. Phone 774 green. G 49 LOST AD FOUM) LOST Between Academic Hall and Paikcr Mrmorial Hospital, a jeweled Beta Sigma Omirron pin, engraved with name Ida Rhra Pearson. Reward if re turned to 715 Ilitt St. Plione 275-green. l-43lf i i -. LOST A Missouri seal ring of heai) (old Phone 58 reil. .I-J7tf LOST A black case containing glas.s-1 es with tortoise shell rims. Plion...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

KCJM -V !l I - WK THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SS0URIA& THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920 a. U5r OCTOBER DAYS FILLED WITH GREAT WAR ANNIVERSARIES The last days 0f October are cro.Jl with nnivrrsari of the grrst ar. Il )?' ,b ktter clays of October. 19M .' 7,e C""n hordes were rolling ir reijtibly oer Belgium and the bord'rs of France. Four jears laier saw Cer ny. lepons deserted by the Austrian. U;ilrian and Turks, and struggling to Jcape the onsUught of the AUie. Three of the events 1 the early var wcurred in the last dajs of October. 19li. Uwt.li declared war on Turley on the 31st and was followed b France Uid fjinbr.il. after the liomluriWnt of Russian Black Sea port hy TutlMi rrutwri. Four British luttlHups en uged five Superior German cruisers in battle off the roat of aul- on October 31 and were badly rlcfcaftsl. Tliis lead l the scouring of the seas b) ISriiMi "inadrons. which culiminateil in the m morahle battle of Falkland MarnU a few weeks later, a Briti-h lictory. On October 30. t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN s a 'thirteenth year COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1920 NUMBER 49 EXTRA 8 JOURNALISTS ENTERTAIN AT OPEN HOUSE FOR STUDENTS AND CITIZENS OF COLUMBIA Many Attend Formal Opening J - . Of Jay H. NcIT Hall, Thr School s New Home. SHOW GUESTS BUILDING Visitors See Extra Edition of E filing MisAurijii Pnl-" IMieil Composing liooni Interesting. I m.mity students faculty menwVr nd townieoi!e all Here reptewnted i" the ilitoupt wlm had reached Jay II. Neff lfall at 8 oVlock thU e.enlng to attend the hnuevi4rminf! of thr new home of the School of Journalism, The crowds filled mry inch of space on the two room ron uiiriug the new- and advertising depart t.i sn.t rta(.j riimd btii if Inp rorri IJICIIII tst- '- .-...-, ....... .--- dui lunnins aloncide the cumiHinR i "" h , 1 ,w.m on the lrr flur as paclftl itlit intcreteil ripht-rer. t Gurvf vere still arriving in increaed umlrr at 3 and the guidr cunductins .heir parties thmtcli the luildins ere bune d...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

pace nro TTIE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY.OCTOBER 28, 1920 ' . r MAINLY-ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs. M. E. Phillips vent to Browns Station yesterday to visit her daughter. Hsrrjr BucUiolz ent lu Moberl) on business yesterday W. A. McDovtcll returned Ids home business here. " U SuIIins, A. B. Arii) and S. S. Ilaily left yesterday morning forOtlrucu. Jlisa Emma Creen Vent in Fulton yesterday to spend a few days. Mrs. James Cordon, vho recently suf fered a sprainei) anile, U reported to be recover inc. rapidly at present. Uilliam A. Rule, of St. Louis went to Jefferson Cily yesterday after a short business "trip Id Columbia. Bryant Wood vent In Faille ycster day to visit his (trandmothcr, lm is ill. Robert WatLins returned to lus Imme in Limerick after transacting business here. Loai Leeds and Dr. V. II. Moure went to McBaine yesterday where tl.ey vwll ipend the rest of the week liunliiiit. Ernest W. Cupp. recruiiinR officer itationed here, veot to .McBaine jestci day to recruit some me...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

' tT&EZlFr' "S 1 v V-' ti ' H' "THE COLUMBIA 'EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1920 PAGE THEEX ;& jijtnoiuvem'nt as made in Tukju, Ja- ia on October J ol the engagement o( at Mrgret .Mo-s daughter of Mr. and la. D. D. M"-s "f Culumbia. lu William jiid Boer of uLotumi. Japan. Mi fcs is a graduate of the Unieril) and member ol Kappa Kappa Oamma. tl. announcement was made at a din. . . 1... LI !..! I, 1 ler U 10fc. PJTf' VJ mT urouicr. aod- In JIoss ana mi. Mat in honor ol Vtix ninlli wedding aunicrbar. Ifoa Moss lia been in Japan almut la )ears. .Mr. itowrr. witoe tioine lor Led; was in Salt I-ale Cit). lias lived iert about Hie ame length ol tme. TUe date of the wedding lias not been kiuunced. C-s Laura Lewis instructor in Eng- in the L'nnerit, lell jeslenlay af. toon for her home in Canton, Mo- to ittrnd the wedding of her fisler. Virginia ds, a former student at Chri-uan Col- to Paul kaslor, of Canton. Mrs. W. E. llarshe went lo Ilalhulle Icnrrdiy afternoon lo atlr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

r i '(It.s-r - AGE-FOUR THE' COLUMBIA" EVENING MISSOURI AN. THURSDAYOCTOBERJ28ri920' "C . to K El ; $ s- .CI ( a !.ti ar 1 fr -4 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every- evening except Sun day by the Mismurian .Publishing At wiation, Ine, Jay II. Nrff Hall, Colum bia, MiMurL ALFONSO JOHNSON, JUmih SUBSCRIPTION KATES Gl): Week, 10 cents; (ingle copies, Z cents. By mail in Boone County: Year, X2S; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents; month, 35 cents. Outside the county: Year, $4.30: 3 months, $1.25; montli, 45 cents. Par able in advance. ed. Constitutional Amendment No. 8, if adopted, would empower the General Assembly to levy a tax to the amount of not less than one fourth of a cent nor more than three cents on the $100 valua tion of taxable property in Missouri for the pension fund for the blind, such fund to be administered under a Commission appointed for that purpose. On Amendment No. 8 note "yes." Abroad In Missouri Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as Kcond-cl...

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. — 28 October 1920

CLASSIFIED "ADS Half a Cent a Word a Daj. Phone S3 FOK SALE FOI! SALE-Cnal stove. Ed cum X-50 icnde. 1HU Amhonv- street. URAL ESTATE FOK SALE FOK SU.E Splendid building lot on University avenue, 60 by 23.1 feel. Prior, J150U. F. A. Henrunger. 41-tf f OK KENT FOR RENT TkmhI eleven room, fully modem hone; to-th!rd furnished. On laved strrrt two blocks from Univcrsitv; tko Llocks from Broadway. Ideal room inn house. Possession at once. Phone 51. Carv & Fraierv 41J ELiiange Na tional UiiX Bldf. KF-SO K)R RENT Two unfurnished first llcr rooms for light liousekecplng Call at 1M7 Winder St. R-48tf FOR RENT-FurniJied house on Tlul ly avenue. Phone n 4 green. G-V) LOST AM) F0CM LOST Between Academic Hall and Paiker Memorial Hospital, a jeweled Beta Siaroa Omirron pin, engraves with name Ida Rhea Pearson. Reward if re turned to "15 Ilitt Su Phone 275-green. P-43tf LOST A .liouri seal ring of lieavy gold. I'lione 584 red. M-47lf LOST A black case containing glass. es with tortoise shell ri...

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