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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 November 1920

?&? -V v j"' T" 1 I - ACE TTFO V tfPMMCTIONS .THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, NOVEMUEK 2, 1920 ARE BALLOTS. HARDING WINS 12 subtracting Democratic Chi afford an interesting commentary on the rrprctiV merit of the lo styles nf rampaigmnp folio rd by i.ie randiiUles of tli' major parti the rear 'platform the front porch. During the cam paign. Cox spent practically three. lurtlis of Iu4 timr nn the, nun; Hani- Ing tprnt three-four lli f hi at UU htnr un Ml. ernm t, Marion, .As ImU- hvm,,6 wcinocmiic UaimcatcI a.W the lnw-crai are counting TOm Republican Claims .hwily n the result of Cox'n traeK Leaves 1 00 in f? n parti?ulail in th wet, and have made I c r " " a kaoJ deal of capital out of the fact that I " U( I vor. the Republican managers abandoned I 0MAN VOTF UrVHTXm'lh"hag't Pt0Kled "lnp vNit to the """" M1" I Eat. claiming it was a fonfession of their Results Will Show Which Cam paign Method Is Best- Rear-Platform vs. Front-Porch. n wwjiik national commiiice were a- ...

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. — 2 November 1920

'?$? "" c - T$HX' "ty artt("tr-yg -y- H x : il 1 T- ... - . ' "-- - RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF HOUSECLEANING, TOO. "1 JifiTTI these, 1 lllJ'M jl , OUT THERE US ffifig AJl ;;r sj see vWl j Mjfo &NJ BHBrater f r lira Bhsi jut? j. w mmu W23KI I'P V. i JV 'i-lr--S.-?.--;:s?sr..?i -KEwsrttsBBr, ; M"- '& &-,. n j- aweTn iL-r.7 i s i4 ; nt"' n .w- in;.',i sHSOf I It II f ssittii' r3fev. 'l ll'H I fvT1, i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOlfalAN. TUESDAY: NOVEMBER 2, 1920 PACE 1HKZX CAMPAIGN IS CENTERED ON U. S. SENATE ! regarded as cW, with the chances favor. ,ing the return of Senator Smith. Demo , ctai. against Orvingion E." WeU-r, lie- puniican. Notwithstanding that the senalorshm Both Parties Dc.oting Most Time to Congressional Elections in Close States Today. LOCAL ISSUES ARE HIGH ord$ maJe for the Victor Compan). Ife b a member of the Metropolitan Oprra Company. Tli Zoellner String Quartet, which ap peared on the Phi Mu Alpha series 6ev. lively. The Republicans admit it is a hard fig...

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. — 2 November 1920

ia- II . si l.i m - i? i IM r " K 1 ?4 m ft m y rcr 1 i y . . -A . ACE FOOT - . -THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As "oeiation, Int, Jay H. Neff Hall, Colum bia, Mis&ouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON, SIanacer SUBSCRIPTION RATES . Gly: Week, 10 cents; single copies, "cents. ' Uy mail in Boone County: Year, t&23; 6 months, J1.7S; 3 months 90 cents; month, 35 cents. Outside the count): Year, $4.50; 3 months, $1.23; month, 43 cents. Payable- in advance. Member Audit Bureau oi Circulations Lulered as second-class mail nutter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of October .3. 1917, authorized Sep tember 26, 191B. TELEPHONE NUMBERS Advertising and Circulalioc 55 REACTIONARY TENDENCIES Every since the armistice closed the Great War, public speakers and writers liave been saiing. "Now iltat llie war is ver. reaction will set in." Perhaps they- are right. It may be that the pendulu...

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. — 2 November 1920

iSpr?5 TIIE COLUMBIA EVENING MI5SOUMAN. TUESDAY. NOVEMIiEll 2, 1920 PACE nvB m i a CLASSIFIED ADS l Half a Cent a Word a I)3T. TmtX Phone 55 in the Field of Spo?t tjEii tvt vti: for mm: ' sU "i ' mini building lot on i:iirnn)NAi. FOOTnJLL ST4.l)lCS 1 TllK COWttF.CE II TnnT( trrrv - . Hail-sli i. uiti.,1. .iir.n ;pamll tin- OklaL Ujtooo. fl lUVl.' 'IiDST s Km- I lerping trli: , large l..t. j.aie.1 street, i T.. i.t wlth'tumi- I -m I'Jkmic 59(1. n'ul" Bj-blw," 3ity "'- w1 h 211 feet. Price, dents when in difficulty sec or tall Carlos j. gH j- iiriinngcr. -11 u .iioiueieror. cipenence.1 ?pamh teach- . . - ri inu name ouin American. irW$r l ' "' ' ""'"" cas,, it ilrirnl. ? Lowiy -otrocL '("' l..wn. five Hrirr pj101 95, MJ9t( jshatlur jrietaeinr ' .oma I.C3UI1 . IMi Xll'Ml MTI"Tl(i Y.WAM' itA-NTE)- reliable col .red girl for l.t.scflrk. Mrs. Hull SmrHon, Mi". Ilitt S". I 1 Giimull II Drake II Kansa: Agg.es 0 wu: v. ai litis sn.s rfMa viiFLAX jlhat he eipccts to giie the hcatier Fulton j ...

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. — 2 November 1920

f u ' 1 ACE SDC- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1920 -iH l ft If 1.5 m I in. KNOW NOTHING PARTY WAS A SECRET ORDER PnTiiirtwl f-n.:..4r 17 . ! -"""" wiguiiizauuti ruriucu in 1850 to Combat Lax Naturalization Laws. HAD NATIONAL POWER .Constitution, Ritual and Other Secret Papers in State Historical Library. If you don't know the history of the Know Notbinc Part), you might le pardoned for thinking it an apt title for the politi)sl aggregation t fclnch you do nut belong. On the contrary, this party had, daring it Lrief esislencc, a distinct;..! ii its ovn. It ias the only political party that as ever organized as a secret society. Just prior to 1850 there vas much agitation about the lai immigration law and the part foreign born citirens were playing; in politics. Several secret so cieties were organized at that lime viliich were called natitist societies and had for their purpose the exclusion from of fice of citizens not natiie ! Amrrira. In some manner not qu...

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. — 3 November 1920

'fgurr1- "? 'W '?-T'w-'r" ar!' ,7T5 "AW THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR CQLUjBIA.MISl 31 . 3" ?tfdrf..ritf WloT?v :BIG DEMOCRATIC . -KlNiYOIIREMEMBER? "I'I'i. lim i iLilt -- six million votes IN COLUMBIA f '"V '"u V i5 PHNN Mi SSI ) KAN 11 Hb J? . ' . .-. ...,k . TaB gBORI,'WEPWESDAYt NOVEMBER 3, 1920 JUJMUfcK oi jm " -.' . ' ,.K - . . .BUUU1 ?? ySBiw - "1""" " '-' Latest Estimates Place Republican'si00""1 Majority at Largest Figures Record ed in American rohtics. By United Press. DAYTON, Nov. 3. Governor- Cox sent a message of congratulations to Harding this morning. The message is n follows: "In the spirit of America I accept the will of the major ity. I tender, as the defeated candidate, my congratulation upori your being elected to the Presidency of the United Stales. I will supprAt you in any emergency which may arie."' Signed. Janm M. Cox. in Precincts Shows Heavy Majority for the Party One Not Com-, plete. , FINISH COUNT TODAY Republican Ballot in City Will Be Exceeded by About ...

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. — 3 November 1920

tmJTi. Vi r- , ACE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING -MISSOURlAN, WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 3, 1920 '.''"" .'.. -" " ' i E-- - - - : Z. r . - - nr -m I , LiffiGE CROWD., PLEASED WITH "SHEPHOOPW cerdingly entertaining performance. ffolden. ',. D. U. Rolmrlt. as chairman of lie cbm-1 C..ET Fox and ou. TTilliam, left this miller In charite of "Hoop La. did much moraine for Miami. Fla. lo malr the show a success. UNIVERSITY NEWS I Hay Emerson, a student in the School of Agriculture returned Kriitay from Warrcnshurir, where ho was sent by the dairy department to mate f.Ecial tests nf tUilLr ' t Judge James E. Comlridi, an attorney rt Kansas uiy anu a lucmuer ii we Vlioanl if Curator of the University vvas inenU).naml,Louncil for the Heceivers of th- Nrcet Railway. The ho)s of University High Jvliool Hilt have to stay out of pool hails and stop smoline: ciEarrlts. Principal W. F." Knux uuth tltat fearnirig to the h) in a torture at the sclrucl. Mjvt Salome. Cnmstoik. ho lias Iteeu in charge of the Gover...

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. — 3 November 1920

'-TfHfff!" ? "Si "T' "2T7 "ST"" t v . - " .v - C" . ' Hi ii . - T?- CHERS OF SSTATEMEET NOV. 11,12I3 ISLi.fr Association lo Have '2DdfSalcs Boon.e Coun,y .. ,3, and tlie umvcr- , sity o. NT RAILROAD UAifcb From New York, iCnaesQla, Illinois, lowa . feandiissouri Will I. jJc on urogram. -.i r i f !....: l-. fmtiil mcviinx vi inn i'"i I " . . . -r..; 111 1 I..1J t TCtCIlC J5SOClUii "ill uu ijTjjjm utvv OOMrmiitT ii. ii .-.-rarli Community Icachrrs Asso- a,': . . dvlfatn Jor cvcry The THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. '.WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1920 Prof. R. C. Jackson. Invocation. "The Malting cf a Bttter Rutal School," Ur. H. J. Waters, editor of the Week Ijr Kansas Gty Star. Revenue and Taxation," Dr. Roy V. Williams, chairman of Missouri Tax Commission. ra t.-4 ,y'4CS Cheese Factory In University t Furnishes Big Local Demand Fho bores the holes in Swiss cheese? Do iou remember how you bathed at the ahsnrdity of this question the first Report of Committee on Pjofef,iPn,i Mime you heard...

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. — 3 November 1920

raw-. . JraSiBgf SS iii i i i i - I, ,., , .. ,- - ...... . i i ii i ii ... i '1 ' 1 nrm i mi n mm nn n n-" e,J - ' , IB itxaiiiiHtitiiiiiiiiiiiiiHtiiBLiiLiiHLilililllMatHMRSHBnKtfltMLMLIMtUriLHti - ifwmfi ft Bk Hi. .: - . ... . . HPT" rACETOTO'--' n-rr-- - r jvGsxsrregstKLij&zrza-rz?. THE COLUMBIA' EVENINGMISSOURlANr'WEDNESDAr, NOVEaiBER 3r 1920 ' " r - t THE COLUMBIA Uttered Tigers had ata'ned for Rothwell PVT?MTT TecriTTDTAXI iGymnasIum'when the Missouri bleachers . . . . . L mta anrl 0St Published ever prntinr exeent Sun dayby the Missourian Publishing As- ciuon, xnc, jay it, Hell Jlall, coram bia, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Mjistcin SUBSCRIPTION RATES . Cry: Week, 10 cents; tingle copies. - cents. Br nail in Boone County: Year, &2S; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents; month, 35 cents. Outside the county: Yer, H50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. Pay ahtefin advance. Member Audit Bureau ex Circulations Lntered as second-class mail mailer. Acceptance (or mailing at spe...

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. — 3 November 1920

zjggTZssgm&f i-v W 15 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1920 PACEFIY ,fes x u lV ltd 1 i CLASSIFIED ADS Uatf a Cent A pkoneM BE.IL ESTATE FOn SALE roR S-LE-Splendid building lor on I ' ttimdB .! M3 . irrffiK.xi-Tr; tyk Jim F. A. llennlngtr. FOR SVLE A rood modern liou-e nr L'nirersity and town, Jive large tec-a, bath and nice sleeping porch; gi, ! csaereic uasenicni, large 101, pavesi sircet, Vacant an) xe; $5,300 or with f urat es me. $6X00. Easy terms Plione 590- Tftit. M LOST AM FOC.Ml tDST A Lunch el keys at football E f:i .. . P.tm.t if r-tnrnfl tt . ..,. $fsfce. C-SM. LOST Pair shell riramed eyeglasses Ttmrsday. Proliably at ball game. Re ward. Nathan 856. Nti " I10IK11 AMI L0fljf?j FOR RENT noom for students 1217 E, Broadxay. Phone 589. J-I4tf WANTED-Roarders at 713 Ilitt t. Breakfast from 7:15 lo 8:30 o'clock. Sooday -rening dinner wrred. Phone STJCteai after 6 p. m. CJJtf TOREEVT-lJjb-pml. A nice room. $15. Phone it-!S.f FOR RENT Two furnithevl roo...

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. — 3 November 1920

i m lm- I4-- y - --'- ,,.' Zt-I-ill'- , j Is the rden. A lesJr irane arbor es trades lo - jc-enoa -"xbou would re-i. it. a-Ki- ia aunuiuu . : r : . m rs'3 In Uverrfry AndheritU KoTfb- 1143 'Misspelt Sute Teachers Association Mming ty Kan sas 'City. November 13 Football Missouri vs. Washington at Colub. November 14 Concert by, the Unite. siry Bud In tie University Auditorium; 500 Delegates 'Expected to Be! November 14 Designated -by Prest- m uty to U.m Church 1 - I roblems, Nov. November IMBConventlc f tbe 16-18. Missouri Avoeiarion of Sunday School Kl .-- E SUNDAY SCHOOL. Will CONVENE HERE "PULL WEEDS" SAY WINNERS ' OF CONTEST 1 lectures of Sigma XI; 8 o'clock it Phy. I cici lecture room. ' Nove brr 19. FooitiU macs meeting ' I In Unirers'ry Auditorium. ' .vov. ..-u fuiuiwa oi .souse um ui She fiftv-fiftil-flnnn.l miwm(ui vf !. f 1.m Ynjla Pu. . Miwuri Sute Sunday School Associa-t November 20 Tootball MIssourH x . A leafy grape arbor a tt a oeol, natural .pari. fybtar- , "We don't c...

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. — 4 November 1920

1 mmmmmmm VT?Pf 'IT M!spewt'SrriPr "W t $' 9f ?- " ' ssjj?jF3 THE COLUMBIA EENINGMISSOURiAN IS-THIRTEENTH YEAR COLOMBIA, MISSOURI", THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 " NUMBER 55 1 fHARDINGGETS , 401 VOTES AND COX ONLY 127 THE WEATHER IjNELSON LEADS i For Columbia and vicinity: Fair with moderate temperature tonight and Fri-I day; lowet tonight about 38 or 40. ! For Misuari: Fait tonight and Friday; somewhat coder northeast portion to- Oklahoma for the First Timfti"?,. u.,, . . , . ,. i Complete Count Shows That m the History of the State Lake sutevbot in the rest f the Unued i Boone Gave Democrats a Cues Republicans a Nates lair pleasant t)Pe of weather pre j -rwo t0 ono Ma-. .Majority. Seasonable temperatures obtainrd cv-l trywhere, and there i no severe cold in sight. Under sunshine and wind of the pan few days the Missouri roads hate dried out and are in .fair condition. BACK .-FROM LONG VACATION 'Prof, and lire. John Ankeney Spent , 10. Weeks in Berkshire. ' Pwf irtA t fnlm v -A.nVenev...

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. — 4 November 1920

FiFS rv- iv m 11 t "ACETTTO THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1920 SAYS.VERDUN IS CALVARY OF - CIVILIZATION Major T 1 Dickson, Class of 89, Scnior.Combat Qiap "'lain During War.-Speaks at University. S'6 MAN CAN DESCRIBE IT Speaker Calls Bailie in 1916 OneTJ.at Will -Live Forever in aicmory ot Hu . . inanity. MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE I Clad Itoberls. 1109 Locust street, left yesterday for Ilallsville. Final quarterly examinations are be- Inn Mil at the Columbia High Miool Mrs. Lewis Collier ami ton, Dean, 721 Missouri amine. left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Laredo, Mo. Mrs. J. W. Smith left yesterday for Iier Iionie in Kansas tjljr altervititing rort. The girls bad cast their ballot daring the day, at one of the polls oc each floor of the'building, While going Ihrourh the process of casting a ballol, the students incidentally learned tlie de tail and method by which ai president is cheen. Tlie election was given under the auspices of the- Social Democracy...

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. — 4 November 1920

4 n i Society MUs Ella lTjxtu.jtocietr editor. ,a Acre nwi.c aoeiaj events el inter. el llo Colombia aid the University, the Miuounan iciU -.appreciate it if roa mil ail trm Wyttt by telephone, No. 274, between U o'clock and noon, each day THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. ,Q9n jPActvmmi VISITSALMA MATERAFTER SLXTY.YEARS Tit mrmberj of the Pi Kappa Alpha fratcrnit, will entertain from 4 to 6gueats at dinner list evening: Misa Mar oc)ocL tomorrow afternoon with a tea for their chaperon, Mrs. J. E. Forsee. The house will be decorated in the fraternity colors, garnet and gold. Cut flowers will be used with ferns serrinft as a back pound. In the receiving line will be: Miss Era Johnston, Mrs. J. C Jonef, Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain, Mrs. S. A. Smoke, Mrs. Jane Hurty, Mrs. J. E. Thornton and Mis Pearle MitcbiJl. Tlio-e assist- in will be: Mrs. Fannio Hemphill, Mrs. Ik F. Hoffman. Mrs. John Sykes and Mrs. T.-ra King. The girls who will assist are: Aliases Harriet CUn'lo...

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. — 4 November 1920

If If v. . Kvt f hpI - - ' . " J .Actrr6"R - '" " r-.-"ary'-9.-?-.-- jg co EVENING MKSOURIAN. fHURSDAVgER4. 1920 - L 1 4 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published tmy evening except Sun 7 bjr the Jfissonrian Publishint; As sociation,' Im-Jay H. Ncff IU1I. Colum bia, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON. Manaceh SUBSCRIPTION RATES ' Glv: TTecL, 10 cents; tingle copies, - cent. . Uy mail In. Roon County: Year, i!2S:6 months, II.7S; 3 months 90 ';entsrinontlv 3S cents. Outside the county: Yeir, $4-50; 3 months, JI.2S; month, 45 cet.K. Pay 5 able in advance. Member Audit Bureau o,, Circulations S.T Lntered as'.seeond-dass miil nutter. Acceptance or mailing it special rate M posttae provided twin Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917. authorised Sep-;-trmhr 16, 1918. 1 TELEPHONE NUMBERS lewt .... . .. .......... ..27 Adrertisinj and Grculatioc 55 ,. IS MISSOURI slipping: Tuesday e voted on the fifteen pro- ' posed amendments to the state coasta ls - -y totton. Some scratched no and some yes. jTe who...

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. — 4 November 1920

& 'V V74 - iV' " fc- v THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1920 PACEFlVK Phone CLASSTFlEDrADS ' Half a Cent a ITord a Daj. lD-i &. i J "" i. I lUUne M !'i!ir1 !.. rrrwr REAL ESTATE JOR SALE tie street south fom Academic campus. The 'current dumber of "LeshYs" give. FOR SALE JtJeUa building lii on B-SJif tihe answers of four famous wirard ot the t.'r.j-i.r avenue. HI tr 2M feer Prfc I LnsTc:iirTT r r-i , I S'J"n to tlic question: Who are the -" "i . ..' U'T "- ' I 111 I I ' - : : -. In tkefffltihyf Sport fftsao. F. A. Henntger. 41. If j FOK SALE- sibbd modern rtji'taintiin anJ town, five Hou large , Ulh and nice sleeping porch: gas fesarrcl' basement, large lot. paced street. It Vacant anj e; 1U00 or with furni Hw, W1 Easy terms Phone 590- I jwvw- r rOKSALK IFOK SUE -Oak dining ro..ro rl ceooiiion. uuji. table frOK SLE Two rugs JxlO ami J12; fsa jnod folding bed.' Phone 1321 M-54if $ FOR S IX Olobe-Wernicke sectional kaLca.. cheap. Dally Bros. Do6 LOST .AD ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 November 1920

?"xi f r R. M fc K I? k sx ;PNTAL TESTS '( meetings iiK'V CTDmiDTO rSHOW.ABttITY UnlTerail)-. TV M. V. Got OlL kill meet at ? o'clock wrdait In Room B of the "Y. M. C A. Boildtee. The Jaelsen Coast? Qub il hate a caair poll t 7:30 toniftht at tie Chris tian CWch. Ainiition, Attention and Concen- j tratipn not Measured 182 Questions in Half Hour. ;UVEN IN MANY SCHOOLS ;3 StudenfSays-Women's Moral Standards Are Lax In Orient To niostratofiijargniMnt-tKat women I "With cetera! eietm twMy at are fundamentaUr on tfa aarne moral sent. It Idom that we see women. vbo lerel with rata asd that t&eiT finer en- da net habitually amoke and diinlt, in aihilitlea and so called "iaiM1 pooi- publfc," be aaya. "The superficiality of . -- ..-?.. u iMmmmmimmmmtmmmmammsBmmm THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBERS, 1920- The Iaternailordl Polity Club hill meet at TvOoilocfc .Monday-in tuwm u. 1. ju. The topic lor ihuiuuon Unit- lion are noitina more.tcan turtace pot. LOi and delnrion. Di...

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. — 5 November 1920

BATTERY BIS. FORMED WITH t... -. ,-, -. , . ... , WEATHER JlJfKOULEMS For Cnmbia and vicinity: Partly'' T (JK H A K D I N f , S HFTYMEMBERS;jK'--S i TT Mi'jouri: Rain, probably tonight WilLur F. Maring, Jr., Elected m1 SawJy; somewhat mnnn tonight.. n jow pressure lias developed in the I Southwest aW it U travelim- .11.' j cast nofjhea'.t; cloudiness is en the in-1 jcreae'i"n ttc Win of this depression! as Jar eat a the. Mississippi Hirer, but Caplaiij of the National Guard Unit Organized Last Night. I INSPECTION NEXT I 'Expresses Appreciation to Thos Who Supported Him. i W, 1. reUoiCho was defeated for ATT7W n "DTATT?rpf,ifl'tic' Congress frojn this dUtriet IMJLVV tlADliNrjl fctSydRojcKrave. out tlivMloring Ist'ienient todayi? c i , . p """" ' To the many friend who supported Settling of the War Debt and'rae in mr candidacy for reflection to Working Out Terms of .Cons1 to express heartfelt ap . pM. t . a iDrcciiuon. Any -disappointment which I eace Treaty Are frito have had M resul...

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. — 5 November 1920

WlWSSBSSSufr' TMW-- n ii- im .,-, .i ..mi . , l i L-rx-, r ami 1'..UMIIU.II HI IIIIHIIWWHWIIHIIIIiiiii iMliin T 1 Hill '"'""- f p-m3lfrjfl&3g36? T" ' '" , S. fc Hi CTRrTTTTPATTDT THAN 40 CASES October SessTon Was Busy One - wor juage Uavid H. Har- ris Fifteen Dhorce Suits. - 19CPDAD'..; Docket Consisted of Forty-Six . Petitions of Various Sorts and Seven .Trustee Ap plications. Tbe OctoW Msjon of Grcuit Court ttyed yraterdav with a last minule Tnsli In-dispMinj of s Urge .number of . poi Judge Davti Harris hid announced that there were no more differences to be ubitrjted and. disposed of it was onlv Mter fortjsix of them had alrradv liern iwssot upon. ThU number did not in- trade term trustee suits. fifteen couples were asking for free dom irom lurtlier relatiopship will' each other. Twdvre couples had their desires grauned. one bill was disapproved by the court, another dismisxd for failure of the husband to procute and the third WW taken trader advisement. Divorces were grante...

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. — 5 November 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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