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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 October 1920

rft'jiwi,!a- . - - t "pace ax THE COLUMBIA! EVENING MISSOURIAN. THBR5DAY, O'CTdBER 8, 1920 4 f I! LAST OCTOBER DAYS FILLED WITH GREAT . WAR ANNIVERSARIES - The list days of October are crowded ith anniversaries of the sreal war. Il in the latter days of October. 1314 ut the German hordes vere rolhng ir fesistlblr over Beljtium and the border M France. Four )ears later saw Cer many s legion, deserted by the Austrian., Uulcinans and Turks, and singling to pe the onslaught of the Allies. inrce of the eents of tl-e early ar urred in tlie l, days of October. 1914. Hnssia declared war on Turley ..n Ihe 31st and was followed by France and England, after the bombardment of Russian Black Sea pons by TmkMi enters. Four British lutileJiips rn s-'ged fe superior Herman cruisers in kittle off the coast f Clulc on 0.-..bcr 31 and were badly defeated. Tliis lead i tlie scouring of tlie was ) l!nli-h squadrons, which ruliminated in the me. morable battle of, Falkland Islands a few weeks later, a Br...

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. — 29 October 1920

U THE THIRTEENTH YEAR COLU.MU1A, iMISSOUltl, FRIDAY, (JITOISEI. 29, 1920 NUMBER 50 COLUMBIA ETENING MISSQUKIAN j 4 ASSOCIATION OF RETAILERS IS REORGANIZED Will Eliminate libelee Adver tising, Establish Credit Duieau and Slop Hail Checks. IH C f Th T ICT vlnC!alralVa1IiPamalM.rBi.Mrt!n I'LAAb LAN J LAhl iSIGI IT country eal i.f ihe Mivipin. Tire ClieclU of a Man Ouinj; Mcmlci of New Club Will He Re fused. 31 The Retail Merchants Association was trpaiiisted Ia-t night at a mcetinc lield in the Giraincrcial Club Room. The new association will be entirely separated from the Comtnereial Club. For the pro mt the new aoeialion will June its de-L in the office of tire Commercial Club but will ba.e a separate sec re tar). The officer? elected iret. President, Urn Novell; ice-president, 1. A. Karth; secretary. J. W. Sapp. R. E. Luca I). . Robnett and E. T. Ramford were a, jminted on a committee to draw up a set of bydawc A hart! of director of fite men will k appointed by the ureident. Tlic 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. — 29 October 1920

i PACETTO' STUDENTS HOLD OPEN HOUSE IN J.H.NEFFHALL Many Attend Formal Opening of Home of School of Journalism Last Night. VISITORS SEE BUILDING CAtra Edition of Evening Mis- Bourian Published Testi- monial to Dean Wal ter Williams. (Reprinted From Last Night's Eitra Missourian.) University student, faculty members md townspeople all were represented in tba throngs who had reached Jay H. Nell Hall, at B o'clock this evening to attend the housewarming of the new home of the School of Journalism. The crowds filled cwy inch of space on'the two rooms con- taining the news and advertising depart raents and class rooms while the corri dors. running alongside the composing loom on the lower floor was packed with Interested sight-seers. Guests were still arriving in increased cambers at 8 and the guides conducting their parties through the building were having difficulty getting through the jammed corridors At the south entrance of the building the guests were welcomed by the student office...

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. — 29 October 1920

mmp ii ip m ' m w ' ymsMmsmamm'i&mtB W&e5$&?x .jwr-r:"?? - - -rt- -vFjaaB wMLmimLLiMJiL 'Jfner jnasz: nm&xmFX. --.-, vac? --- .'sr'SF.TW ?"" -- - :saiKT. - r in Kash & , adr. jarry Grocer). HAS THE ENROLLMENT 0 at the 'NIVEKSITYiOF MISSOURI INCREASED Compared with other public universities? ee articles in today's issue of " the Literary Digest n sale where magazines are hold The Missouri Stores ! Distributors Cmtal 'Wlute Syrup, J1.00. 1 ) "f "' . 1 I ' FELLQWS-r : You're Rigfit , Those new Tiger-Striped I toot; t ' - ers' Buttonstare the dope. Now . 1 ,( - i on sale 'at ' , -,!; . ' 2 .;t .Co-Op v Palms , r;K ! i Recreation Parlor " Ifl HI 11 K4 I . II I TIGERS--,- -. H II ...... 1 . ire 'wn r I VJ I rvlll.l r, I 1 1 P I I I II llOi, '- cnniri7.p ' '' . I Iff' . . y j V Rollins Field , ". d jjjl . ' V r I Saturday, Oct. "30 -. i Seats on Sale at ,the Gym I General Admission, 50.1 IBox Seats, 50c Extra I' n 'ii . I u ii i " H-M " . III The Sooner- - A-oii get acq...

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. — 29 October 1920

'i-5H sr- -.--5- ' 5J3j?-"-;11 '?" ?." ITF syyl-T TF-WK" ' 1 fofe ACE FOUR - . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1920 Vs" fo: Ik m 1 1 sit-life : lp t K i r Sm. COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN published everv evening except Sun day by the Jlissouriati Publishinf As- oeiation,.Inc, Jay 1L Jxeff Hall, Colum bia, Missouri. AtFONSO JOHNSON, Mancoi SUBSCRIPTION KATES Gty: Week, 10 eents; sinjle enpie, cents. Df nail in Boone County: Yeir, 1123; 6 roojths, Jl.Ti; 3 m.inihv. 90 crnli; month, 35 tents. Outside the county: Year. $1.50: .1 Wmlis, I1.2S; month, 45 cents. Tay, able, in advance. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Filtered as scound-clis rJtfil matter. Acceptance fur mailing at special rate of rlaae j.tovided for in Section 1103, Art uf October 3, 1J17, aulhurued Sep tember 26, 1918. Decisions ue postponed unduly loot; vet the fault is not that of the judges; it is the fault of the system. Litigants prefer and are entitled 'to hare the jud ge themselves pass on th...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 October 1920

T! 735 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1920-; PACEFlfa I'hone CLASSIFIER ItDS Half a Cent a Word a Day. rhone Si FOtt S VLE ! TOIt SALE Cual tovc, good irIc. 1503 Anthony firm. X-50 JtL'AL ESTATE FOB SLe WANTED Sleeiuns acrnmmjMliinna for parties in xuun nl four for il.. "" niglit.oflNianIr 11 and 12. Call ?!- If rn niguis ot'iv l8.black. rOR liEftTr Rooms nrar Uniimin. FOR 5LE iplrndicl lmi!linR lot on I phow' SWRol. B31 UnhrrMt) avenue, 60 by 233 fret. Price, S130O. F. A. Utnnuger. 41 1 FOIt UESf 1011 RENT Good eleven room, fully modnn house; tuo-fhirds furni'-hed. On parrl street tuo bIotVifnm UniverMtv; too MocL from UroadHa). Ideal room- WANTEDh. 'TO RENT-Furni.hcd apartmntj ortlliphl liouseleepins room after January 1. Address S, care of Mi wmiian. -u S-lStf MTst'ELLAyEOuT -- In the Field of Spot t REAL ESTATE-We, bar. ell. torn II ins house I osHrioii at once. Phone ! and exilian?., rul mix. f .11 1 :..t. 519. Can J 1 racier, 414 Exchanje Na-lvvu hue prop...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 October 1920

"Pfr 5fv ,v floowy-! -f T FV P v ri-r la I ftps ? rA . THE COLUMBIA -EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY," OCTOBER 29, 1920 i .11" ""Mga .WiXm,J!f$aLS&' i ; ST UNIVERSITY NEWS Miss MareurriiA Wlhii-, l-ft TMi-.T,v fur Su Louis to fpcml tie weck-cml visit ing licr narrnit Josephine Bruce, Betty Campbell. Kav cicman and diaries Vance le't.todar fur Kansas Gty to speod the week-end. ine Mcnorah dull will meet at 8 o'clock Saturday evening in the Y. M. C A. Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Catley will spend e fr-fwl with Mr. Gatley's parents n KansaGtr. F. L. Wriaht, assistant ttate hovV ami girls' club leader, is in Lawrence C-juntv "llrndins the pi? club round-up. M. C Runvon has been obliged to re turn to his home in Sheridan. Mo.be laov; of sickness He will resume his ivvoik at the University next term. si I Miw Mabel Sleinherj;er left" jester rZ, -""Jay for her home in Kitksnlle vvhetc the Jj will remain until the opening of the v. in. ter term. I P. F. SchoengerdtfsoiU peciah&t. is in ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 October 1920

MISSOURI OKLAHOMA U. 28 Tigers Loc Hard-Foughl Game to lmadiiig r.leen forc ed to Play on Defensive Most of Time. SOONERS SCORE F IRST Slake Touchdown in First Quar ter Alter a Long nun and a Successful For ward Pass. Tire Missouri Tigers lo-l a liaril fought game on llollins Field today to the Okla homa Sonrr. i Final -core, Oklal'uiua 28, Missouri 7. .t tlie beginning of the last quarter Miwun scored j touchdown wlien CarT tain Leu in ran 80 yards through ibx. whole Sooner team. However, the Tigers were on the de fence most of the lime The Missouri glint were issYstly short ones, while the visitors repeatedly made advance of 10 yards or so. The rl score came in tlie Fir-I quar. rer. A long run followed b) a successful forward ass put the ball un Missouri's J vanl lute an 1 it was pnli-d ov-r for a loncbdown. In the second quarter the ball was pu-bed l mtlun inches of thc'Tiger goal, but the Mi-vuii eleven held and trtok the lull on down. In th- llurd ftiarler Okla'ptnia add-d 7 in...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 October 1920

?4?rr I ! N PACETTO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1920 MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mia RMe Barne. left for .Moberh yetcrday. ' Mrs. Erert Buckler ent to Centralia TterdaT to tfjii a few j, MiM Lucy Moore v.ent to Sedalia to pend tie neek-end with her parents. Mrs. W. P. D,sart.ent to McBaine to Pek lo the omen lolers. W. L. Roberts vent to Turner Station, yesterday on business. Mrs. A. L. Ferguson, is spending the oeek-end in Sedalia. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Klass, 214 South Eighth street, returned jesterday from Excelsior Springs. Mrs. T. J. Simons and J. II. Mc.Minn returned to -Ilallsville jesterday after a shopping trip., Mrs. M. M. Perkins, 1014 Walnut treet, left jesterday to lisit rehmes in Lexington, Ky. Miss Margaret Bostain and Miss Lor ttine Steer, instructors in the home Modern Tailoring Willi fifteen years of Ladies Tailoring experi ence to back our judg ment, and a complete knowledge of the latest fashions and modes, we are in a position to do any work requ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 October 1920

wuww','"""j'-" - : K '.''-W-Mi " f15 J it , 1 Society THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. OCTORER 3n 1920 son, I'ercjr Houston, alumni members, and Mr. and Mr Gifford Van Dyne of Scdalia. Miss Ella JTrett, society edilr.r. II vni. hm. ..,.. r tfi.i .. .. . ... ... .,.. J .1 rr i ... . ""- "I -w ri-w u inter- w.inj miu i-iuciiam ai i ociock wis Tir r ' ' I v ""' "W"' '"' ' af'cTfniDK with a builel dinner dance, fori The members of llie Beta Tlieta Pi fra. tcmitv will entertain at 7 o'clock tliii call Miss ,ck oj telephone, Ao. 274, beluem 11 o'clock and noon, each dcv. the vi.iiine alumni and for the Oklahoma rt. ., , .. ,, . , (members hn came to attend the game, man .and Mrs. Ella TI The out-of- floats, a larpc Lm.1 of r.es forming the Qty. Ceorge Smjtff arajri-omas Me- ,lble. The Columbia cue,, will be: Manu .f WrntkfirUiSUlBlaiv AeanVnviMl r n..l r-t-.i.. II ii. 1 iv . . ' , , ' isi-s jaur itixiprr, i.ial)S I10UX, f. - """" " -' """ .in Will.; The freshman members of the 5...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 October 1920

ST" ' Xi rffo "yjO Jr.-,t;ff-,'-v,'5.--J!' THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1920 fACE FOUR - r U ft' I fl n 7 . THP rnTTTATOTA ''RVirMTXTr lftonn.,r,... JpUiIfd every etenir except Sun "V T "the Missourian Publishing As "oathn, Inc., Jay . Nelf Hall, Colum rna, .Missouri. I ALFONSO JOHNSON. Mss-acc SUBSCRIPTION JUTES City: Week, 10 cents; single copies, f-nta By mail in Boone Count- Year -.; n month. 51.75; .1 months 90 rents; month, 33 cents. Outside the county: Year, H50: 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents Pay able in advance. Member Audit Buteau of Circulations Entered as second-class mail matter, j Acceptance for mailing at special rate. i.f postage provided tor in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1J17, authored Sep tember zn, 19.18. ' TELEPHONE NUMBFR few , - Adtertising and Circulation .... WORKMEN'S COMPEYSITIOV I'nder the present law in this state f a korker is injureil in a mine or in dustrial plant he kill probabl) hire a lawyer to bring suit for him aga...

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. — 30 October 1920

Aw. THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SS0URIAN.' SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1920 PACE FIVE CLASSIFIED A'DS Half a Cent a Word a Day. j lOItSALK FDR SU i al love, m ) street. Fmk com-X-50 Lfc li V. beal kst.vti: for .sale FOB &VLE "i did l'uilihng If it. on onnir) avenue, M) l 233 feci. Price, Sell. F. - llcimnger. ii-ii lOlMtOT n)K RENT li unfurnished fit!-; ty loom wr u hi iiuinrxcriunjr; (.ail 1307 "ttin.'.-T M. K-IEtf LOST AM) ror.Mi IpjT Bcwreii "uademic Hall audi htbr M'-- -' ".-.pital. . . ntru Sterna Uro. T n i"ii, encrav IJa Kara If un. iieward Jl O II re- f fatti t "15 iii.l ! Pitone 275-peen. I'-Hlf Ii)ST- d l -r I v Lji Pbore ISJ-icJ. "i " m .- LOST -A llaik case containing glass-' is irdi tortoi. ' sued rim. Fhone o83. U-15-lI , LOST A p.ld pin beating Alpha Chi, Etna crest i:h rfai' o:1 "ch A He-1 Im to M:.srian office. G-L tf LOST Paper route bag containirzi kit day bV. Lea.e at Misourian oGce I ru IlC-Orecx UeariL LOST raj of sbell-riramed glasses ' c t tlack ae, pr aauiy at me i...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 October 1920

A ' i -- M - -' -MMaM.. 3E?tesi THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920 I-.. - .. . , 1 . ! Nil ! Mfl ! 1 , tl . TO GIVE STCDESTiMEStAL TEST Boone Conniy Ttttfttr Will JBd(t MEETINGS rl aHRaliflBiifliHrFfliilaaiiaiiiiiiHaalHVw -BHjjHiMBwgBgsisjgj- " I PACE.sa- i 1, ff" Wsm' '"" " ''" " " ' ' ' " -jm SS ' Boone Connty Tftr Will JBd(t MEETINGS Tffff pt of Children. .11 1 : L-T- f -V Student Voters! Arrangements have Iweii made- whereby each student can obtain the list of the candidates in his or her home county. Tliis service, as well as instructions in voting will be available to all students who call at the Democratic Student Headquarters in the rear of the Conlcy-Mycrs Bank on Election Day nest Tuesday. Don't Fail to Vote This service enables every student to vote his or her home ticket, and no student should neglect his or her re sponsibility as a qualified voter. Don't hesitate! you-will find other students in charge of the headquarters and they, will give you...

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

THE COLUMBIA M THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1920 NUMBER 52 EVENING MISSOURIAN PARTY LEADERS m TIGHT AND VOTERS OMBCE AS ELECTION DAY' DRAWS" NEAR Republican Party Claims Big Landslide Vote in Mis souri Depends on . Weather. PROPAGANDA IS DENIED l'rofcur Sues Dayton Journal for 100,00 Libel in Reference to Article Against Harding. . dtwJrm nnctui. . I. Ine quailriciimaM.t,,. .,,,- Wisror.-in i- i...n.ullv a Re-1 wnkrr game is nw coming lo a close and it .;.: ... -:.! ... I I., r. r .access hate liecn ihiown into lite "(iol and the bands are ready for the "call. Victor llriiu fr t!ic Republicans has an uueed that le has a count of 310 sure o(es fr Harding. He jlo predicts 3 G. O. I. laniMide. FraiikC I)"ifniH in iegi!eriPE a cbia fer tl Dtnvntais deefcred that the Ues Moines spen'h of Srnalor Ilardins" was the- factor which caul the diiflini; avay from him in tlir ihii!i central stiSct and tliat it wns still continuiua. Uoth parties admit tliat the women are ...

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. — 1 November 1920

ww p. ' ' .v"- Wi-x f. -V' ,?W . -r ! If t I f i I N f I ACE nro GOVERNORS TO" BE ELECTED W 35 STATES Greatest Interest Is Manifest! In New York, Ohio, Mis- souri and Illinois Campaigns. wtoo....- "1TOUUK1 IS IN D0UIH" Ten Candidates, Running for Governor in Illinois Six in New York Three In Kansas. Jv v , n Peter J. Samrm. Socialist; Hen ' U v-M .'m ' UxTP'"U'f " Shi.ead. Independent Non Parti states suit hold ,ttle ,, Tuesday!,,. nclJb.nl ;, republican. in connection with the presidential and l'te4 Tir- utt CarnapgaJract.) 1 li congressional ballotirig. While a num- ber of states will not elect gocrnors l' minor state officials and legislators, are -i,i. , "II. .Middiecon, ;vciaiir ana ociansi-u- 1 "Jr f . . I,,.. Herman P. Feri. Prohibitionist: -peciat interest has been shown in ihr contests for governor in .New Wk. Ohio. Missouri. Illinois and the near northwest -the nsl.,t: .m .... . - 1IUI11JUW II -n Vll'lll K' , .. . rJIZ. sir ZWr"z' -''iT ' "?T lKernor Alfred F Smith, e-en i...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 November 1920

i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. .MONDAY. NOVFAIRFR l, 1920 Society ? Hiss tlia ITjaU. society editor. If job hare neat o social ereBts o inter l Columbus and this Vniiersitf. the. Missourian Kill appreciate it ij you will JT Ma Ftatt by lelechone. No. 274. betueen 11 AVict mA .-), .J, jlfBirWEfof Mia ls Hudson fli.tias of Columbia, to Harry Edward n of Stdalia, lock place at 8 o'clock tjnsj fwnine at thr Firt Bjjitit jjujci. Ttic Krifwul T. J. Younj, pa?. a ( lie Fifl Baptist Giurcli, read the jjrisje ru- u "ir.r llie ting cere ,j. lr. f-1'1 PfeM'' piayed the 1 jjj Birch. Miss FricJa I'ape stag, gefcn He, Tlio- End-arms Young nBt" Mi- I-nla and Helen Ha. te, Roth Keith tiui Hazel Hoffman , tie bride's attendant. They erc juJ in brown tafleta frocks and car ij lompirf of roses and lilics-of-llie-!l The bride ore a tracline suit J)$m trirotine villi Uack trliel hat. i ..H i iimtMtiir itt r.M.. tt w 41 d IiBeMf-lhe-alley. There Mere 150 3I m ho attended the weddine. JLfter the cerem...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 November 1920

" - " " Kf- jce roun THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1. J920 1 1: 1. fi - IP- Ei It I THE COLUMBIA EVEtiiflG MISSOURIAN Publislicd erery riming eicept Sun J" by; the Miswurian Publishing As fcoaUon, Int. Jay IL Nrff Hall, Colum bia, Missouri. . ALFONSO JOHNSON. M in urn SUBSCRIPTION IUTES .Gty: Week. 10 cents; single copies, s, CMUJ. Hy mail in Rwne County: Year, 1125, 6 months. S1J5. 3 months, 90 Wnts; month, 3j cents. .Oolside thr county: Year. H.M: 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 crnl. Pay. able in advance. Member AuJit Bureau ol Grculation Entered as econd-cla- mail matter. Acceptance fur mailing at sjicciil rate "postage provided for in Seuion llftj, Ar of October 3, 1917, amhorircd Sep tember 26, 1918. ' TELEPHONE MlMltFR " Adtertising and Circulation , .4' H0,V TO VOTE taring ihe rmv-penlve ntx as he e nters the c-(uri!t-.i.-.e frani the mhiiU ill le four table. The voting judge sit i -' -" at the tables wiih the ballots ling be- foreibem. SU ballots will be gi.c...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 November 1920

1 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1920 PACE FIVE 1 1' JE r M & jj;T-Drl" n 3 i&TDO lal taSitaa 0' , id r.hu i ) W 13 1' ' fc lOST-t h it, Revarl it 4 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Itaj.l 1 l'hono ,Vi SJtAl 1M tTI 101: MM: .& 51LE ! ' m i iii.ilJing lot on ' ajurrnur m i -u leeL 1'rtn Jl f. 4. Ilor -r- Utf 3UsfeLLNF.0CS tt lTEI X rool 9tl2 ru- 222. r- ' PR RENT Tr SIT WinJ-tr iost im rori iin.urnisheil fust BUT MISSOURI'S SPIHIT VMlROkEX More than 6,000 spectators vtatchcil the charters fur a Missouri championship of llic Vallcj faue in the distance as Benny On en's Sooners lore the Tiger drfene In jiicccs and monotonously tnarclied down the field In plant the ball behind die coal posts for four touchdowns. Of course, all chances to acquire the chain- I!- MI 7,:E: 72 ..r..,:;, i7.V"S""J"P Pnr. If Oklahoma Iron ! r...( ..i i" '. should lose I VUNTEIJ TO- KCMVCanat near R.hircet for Fori Call 89J black. X-53. In ' Ae Field of Spot t utkerr.1Bg Cal...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 November 1920

i" I k I i ?ace sa THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1920 COLUMBIA WAR MOTHERS PLAN FORMEMORIAL uty-Thrcc local Members Mrs. W. P. Williams a MadcMlcad of This Chapter. STATE WILL GIVE 51,000 Building Must be in County Seat Will Kaisc Money Here by First of January. J1.U00 front litis state appropriation. The LuiUiog must be located in the i count)' seat, and the money must be raised by the first of January, for after that time the appropriation will be re called. I'p to the present, no organiza tion hat tar!nl this uiV in Sonne Count). The Gdumbia chapter of War Mothers, lioerr, U now planning to begin racing the fund. Tlir ill en- Iil the help "f other orpaniali..m thfuupliout the cvunty. The nirinorial "ill probably tale the form a I'uiMiDR itli loom for inert inf tf various groups, an auditorium, a room for ar trouble of Iloune Coun ty bo) s and recreatioli facilities, Midi a a ptnnasium and tyimmini; pnol. The local chapter becan with thirteen rocm!rrN but mo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 November 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, ECNESDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1920. t NUMBER 53 i Warren G. Harding s the Next President 's CARRIES EASTERN i STATES BY GOOD BIG MAJORITY ifttf rt 11 m TTT j A 1 X TT i Middle vv est aiso drives Large v ore in i ; n r . r ii Tj iv - t i . "l ' ravui ui lug jeuuuncan L,anaiaaies ? . .. . .- . I'lit. -Carries Ohio by Unexpected Vote. - Flah: Governor James M. Cox has wired hi congratula tions to Senator Warren G. Harding on the latter's election a- t President of the United States. BULLETIN DAYTON, OHIO, Nov. 2. The Dajton Daily News of which Gmenwr James M. Cox is the proprietor has issued an extra edi-' r tion conceding the election of Senator Warren G. allrding a-, ' Pnsideiit of the United States. Sptcuil ta the Missoutian. NEW YORK, Nov. 2. Senator Warren G. Harding will he the next President of the United Stales. Returns up to midnight here seem to have assured him more -than enough electoral votes to win. New York. Penn...

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