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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 September 1920

. .n.l. -l, ,-,.- J I PACEFtfUn" THE COLUMBIA EVENfNG fSS0BiaaN. THURSDAY. SFTTKATRKR'Q.TTign I THE CQLTJMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN FaMiia4 cwr mW tnrfl Saasa; 7 la Bna rakllaaiaf Aateauna, Ik. J.7 H. Nell Han. Cataaala. aUaaaari. ALFONSO JOHNSON. -Manager. stusaurnox sates .CkTl Tatt 1X75; a auauaa, 11.00; aaaA aaatai caar"2 ceau. "ayaaaB U'lm'Cmlrl Trat'J2S; o.ttu.1CTJj-J Bank, sj . OataUa Ua Mi,, Yt. MJOj 1 aata,SUS; j aaaal. S ceata. Fajralla U Aihaaca, IfauW Aajit Banaa at Cimartaa. Eatcfaat a afs-aaa'-clua au3 Battel. Accept- aaes far aaaUiBa. at. special rata f farina pra- Me4 far la Sectiaa I1U. Act at OcuaWr J..1I17 aalaontrj Srpuailar 1. 1JI. TtLXTIlONE .NUMBERS Neva. , 2?, AavafUalaf aa4 Curalattaa. U. tlalO OctaUr I. Ik. taalaeia alfica BI -aMia la tat Vkgtaia Blot., aownauira. THE BEST HAS IX COLUMBIA Do you know the best -own in Colum bia? Perhaps be lives next tloor to you. lie is n elderly mtn with years -enough to site him a good knowledge of the wurld and enough sorro...

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. — 9 September 1920

"fflKf "';.- t'"'t'tffii"ypi'.. yft'twmsem 'TTWW R.gt3WfeW,-r,,'," ''?'?' J-' '.' I'STgas&t-'' . " '.' : vV' " ' - ? 'K.'jffPfswl? . -. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920. PACE THREE tt?, Ckristhm. ""V" "amsley of Maryville, will Col, ROOX JtKSEKVElfSlX YEAR$ Mlstant in chemistry at Chris- Ir'orethongiit of Older Brother qirrs fell AAA -! d4 .J -4 A tlnlMM TTu 'fe ihU ear. KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED Wc arc doing beautiful work in Kodak De veloping and printing. Wc arc pleas ing everybody. SPORT- FT 77 r- n- ;,"!;' ...t. . misses ine. regular, ivrvj uwdbrgi wvuiu i hot.- iu. 'iuicniaa -Aggiro si un coin. student a Home. Rooms are still to be had in Columbia ' FRATER.MTIES PLAti If one applies long enough in advance. ; BASEBALL TOURSAMEST When Leo Wolfw-n was a student in the ; If eight of the social fraternities of his room in Lory Hall. . . , Pan Hellenic baseball ' Rrfnre beine crailualed, noitson a.Ve4 fall Tlii v. -:.ll .. ,i. c. - . i " - . .. . - .........

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. — 9 September 1920

. mm M I ' 'I I - ' THE COLUMBIA EVENINC MISSOBRIANtvTHURSD'AY: SFPTTMnpn o ,,, ' PACe ms 1 F. . . - g-ag- sb .i . .- i m & .jfew Pnt or t Arm mndi;. I The Rer. J. A. Medley, the new pat K -' " .Jfew Pn'tw t Arrir Tbirdy. . The Rer. J. A. Medley, the new pat- tor of th Wilkes Bonlenrd Methodist, rt...,.i. t. .j i .a ' wtmw, CAUCliCU Here UKUT. AJKIHfAS MtUX rOPCXAB flass buiaetix Phone 736 Coaklfecarti frtiMtut, ' Jleaocnrejr ChA SUifC The Y. M. C A. Borl fa alreadyabusr on the. wciil and reli(toas program for the year. The following chairmen 01 uciai. Daily Pros. Clfeailiiig, Pressing and Repairing EaropMBH Boy Jfanjr from "iW Unit. SrVe. IforT. The Arrierican ("rune evidently gain ed the twrman'ent friendship 'of the Europeans daring iu war eiperienrrv loroniittrrs hare "Keen appoWfeJ Tlw quantity exported from the United Stales in the Crtl tscal year after the Var. the yar endinr June 30, 1920, as double the average of the war period and the ralue in 120 two and one half ties...

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. — 9 September 1920

,; ; .y --ggtaiffprH "g "ZzpFW"- ?-&&? He? .04tffc & Ljfiw-y im' i :S1I JPSf 1'. ttf SEAT THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURTAN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920. CLEVEB BEAST i mtnt is not going lo let the seals hear 'v.x, ExJnae The. f"id'' for pullmg ,L ANCCOUVEK. B. C. Sept. &-Be-, 'ur thce "ll9 b,,e dffi"' " I SJi',, lIw " enemy to talinon , efforts at tlirir extinction. When the i 7" -n"an lishenes iq the ' t;je U out, thousands ol them may be r tint and Gulf of Ceorgai, the Ln sunning themselres on the sand A Ax. a "" De" ,he iIrold lnals here. They I mi u why the eorrrnment is ' raid the nets of the fishermen, rob them """ng a strategic coup to bring to a of their fish and tear great holes in the its long war of extermination ' nets through which the imprisoned sal J"1 ,te destroyers. And because the man escape. The) eien trail in the wale y seals haw outwitted the fisheries of the Mung-boats and steal the fish gents on ether occasions, the govern- ri-ht off the lines. ...

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. — 11 September 1920

Wtti Bi-JJaJafci1 '-"vr"W I I II III MM "III WHIP .& "' 1 SA.i THE COLUMBIA --.- e- MISSOURIAN d THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ll, 1920. NUMBER 8' i CHRISTIAN HAS 400 ENROLLED Seventieth College Year Begins On Next Monday Morning. CHANGES IN FACULTY Several University of Missouri Graduates to JoinTeach- ing Staff. With an enrollment of more than 400, Christian College will begin its seven tieth jear neit Monday. The opening convocation will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. The- cicrsiscs will be open to the public Members of the faculty will meet student groups at St. Louis, Kansas CIt and at Parsons, Kansas. Special cars will bring students from Kansas Gtv and Si. Louis. Registration will continue through Tliursday and Friday. Regis Hints are from seventeen states. The states outside of Missouri having the largest number of students are Kansas. Oklahoma. Illinois. Arkansas, Iowa and Texas. All space In the main and annex dor mitories was taken b...

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. — 11 September 1920

iiSSKa vV f.?'w&l ?"3W 4 JeV &?Z ., ext V "r 'V KJiCT!HHHHla ,allVSB9(HSSaBBHHPBSuB t t It I . PACE.Tro PVES OFFICER J HOTREBUKE:1 nntlSh,, Foreign Minister Is Ui ter Asminc nm.:.- ter Against .Omritsor Outrage. WERE MASSACRED ftti .400 '; Plans to Reinstate General Uver Fail in House . Lord's Debate. of 'London. Aug. 3i-b, ma,;u-in toe daVS of fB,r vr. . r. .... -V . "-. .. ...SI .flic .- litical sensation miht have been made ra tne rebulce to reactionaries delivered oy toe Tory leader of the House of -Lords in the Amritsar debate in that Housa. Earl Curion of Kedleston. Brit t nh Foreign itinisker and fot; sit years - ..uriujr u. inuia, is aoout at tar re- moved from any possible changes oft 'Mntunental liberalism as an tmrtmnn 5 in the emnire If ml M n n .. of being a democrat, in a pretentiously ' democratic age. He is a Tory nh the grand manner of the Victorian era. 'He it Mill what he was rhymingly dubbed M Oxford, "a very snperior punon." Vet one can "take his pronoun...

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. — 11 September 1920

n il'I'MW 1 1 " 1 II Wl ym-'-u KrlWgi.-' 1U I?. "jWg? -ty&: Wf' "Xr !i mmmmmmaHmBSmBmmBmmmmmmmvBB!y v -;," -sh 5..J.,,-sc..?..!f(a . . , "H5- ..- rOT.u - - - as: rfvgTTMgm TmosG isssoimiAn. sircaroAy. set-te-ibr ai. 11520. TMX". VARSITY MEN EXPRESS 0IOWMM)N Tbeae little .cape ;fcJck ( COVO"? '. 1 ipnirn XSpCK -wa4 ' '.-tappanaT at -years ami lewhoarerhrin-Mld -JTteiCTttrrtm.aax ailittlr 7riih 3BKTHa KB WBS "l" "'"rn3orC or L .Inh..; :i i ... .- - t ..umi . vm vimmj.u ajvt awe lull i"'!' J 1 1ll .-nowoydrri ai-.cln. 3l sis Mine . that lath ithe -white ' T) Li :&U1) tATaD TTTlT3T'VTTrT MPT" " J " Tr; - i3 . ". . . . '--'. at its: jxiivxiivi rua. xil, v Jld.mjil. i10 JTJ ifiillfs aiBi om- JCT-"tV.r,T,rL,m "" - "a-a a i - -iatnmr - " S 7-0 OiJa1.ya-JtJ. ..... tar ttT -I MH lUOinw -.- .- , . i ' .!. - 4KDH1TlrtmiwlbaM Dn raw 11 ml. The nak 3 pan a. fi lagj imA iaanei mjiiaai 4na auu ami mc Tai i C Onuvu. tthr -alb- Tolinwir nc attremem aAmuiii? iBC dnrrur, .romrs to sown 3k -will...

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. — 11 September 1920

r3fgHMpMlflB -tn "tHrT 1 1 1 rff i ir T" " Ii TOrHHIilrTliitlTWo jp-' . -T 5JtVi ' , -,, , tf - ". vw -'-v: "nr ? fy. Pa: sy-- ',THE'CdLTlMttr'A- PNG MI9S0URIAN fc J1??. Vl " s7 T A. E-siaSXS;i!Li THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOtfRrAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1920. . WKcumm txns mi a - - - ' ' III! I I " Ms MOa u ,W an. rmuf. ,. " Isr to Sanlaa list. Art W Ocufctt I M17. X. UU. TIXEraOXt KCUBCIS Lrr- ' . nktag QnlaM, SS. Vma Ocuk i. ,w w. wt .at s , CMOBKEir AXB SCHOOL The chief asset of America U the tAM- No deeper, no more farsightcd Ferrinfism can there be than that which ' devotes itself to the health, the iutet Bal development, and. aot at lean, the , spiriiual soundness of the coming genera tion," that wrote the Republican presi dential nominee Senator 'Warren C. Harding, to the Parent-Teacher Associa tion of Kansas Grr. Parents should keep their children in t schooL In childhood nothing should be , tadetained, as this is the, most delicate 'j state of life. The' plastic mind of a ...

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. — 11 September 1920

Vi M THE CQLUMBIA..EVENINC..MISSOUlANSATURDXSEPTRMRFn .. . .-.n. NEW LEADER laide-spread acti.iiifa in Arkansas. lUi-1 sorrow, and the act that bat oae child, noSs, Indiana. Iowa, Kansas. Louisiana,1, danghter, aumna, Mrs. Peart fcaria lfi-lt..M UiflnMAli UnmmZ..mi SJ J I- . Z ? - . .L ' T"iTnn" nnrhTrrnn ......--. .........., ..J90VUi., i.cui.- paaacu away wine years ago, we Tctcxan llVr()Sr.nVll b ilfcNo Dlkou'OU,K,,ni''S'u,1,D-lIi'"t has nwjetfcallT devoted IX 1 X V UJJ I V J.VJJ-. loU. Texas and Wisconsin. For ad- himself to rallyioj the forces of his arga- tt j rninistrainre purposes these fifteen states million for the past two years to meet j rt are grouped in smaller units, each in and solve the many after the-war prob- -" ' i-fiara-i. f a rltia? ilivlaw.ct.1 ..ff.-u .... 1. M.r.i!u .L der Commissioner Peart. Commissioner Peart expects to assume roauuur UVH in Australia 'cham- of his ne Dost about Seoiember , , In bis capacity of national chief sec- 15. HEADQUARTERS IN EAST ...

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. — 11 September 1920

H 1 k Ata'aoc fllENCHDRYS'' l-tt.felRRVOTTmONTlV r-rtrvmm III. C r PA..L ft r -. n. "- V---W A-VJ. . -J. . STILL CHEERFIJI 'W-iK.5 4lJ vu-"-'lJiU. UJU Kansas Qit: J L. Craaa. D.H.. T... P. F. Ensign, Moberly; C A. BaroetC 1 r; THE COLUMBIA ITONINg 1CSS0HMAN.SATURDAY.SEPTEMBER 11, 1920.. la Spite of Increase in Saloons They Say Prohibition Is Near. I, SPREADING PROPAGANDA School Children' Asked to Sign Pledges Noted Men in Favor. PARIS. Au. 20.-l.By Mil-With insufficient funds. ,nd yet plUK;ng away daumlessly. the "dry" hr.dqu.rt el", in Pin. immJ. a t .l-. MU.I :.. ;.' ""'"" " P- . u mug of the not distant litnre for Paris. "Approximately 7,000,000 people re - j, in me wrne trade in France. !". "ther 530J00 tending ban." informed M. Jean Menteit, adminislral. w j the Anii-Alcohol League. "And hat not counting the multitude of waiters. .At the last census we had one aaJoon to every 81 inhabitants, but tliere are more today, as the law of 1915 di tided saloons into two classes those s...

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. — 13 September 1920

IW v ife l THJRTEEfflH YEAR. NELSON URGES J TO AMERICANIZE Says Former Service Men Must Help Train Incoming i Z Foreigners. BIG REUNION PARADE Celebration Saturday by Form er Soldiers Brought War Day Thoughts. Memories of Iwo years ago vwere re T called to the minds of those who fought on French fronu u serious Ueel young men with the Iiisignia of their divisions on the sleeves of their uniforms and helmets or overseas ps ion their heads, marched down Broadway it 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. And thoughts of war days continued to come to those at the reunion picnic of the members of the America, legion ,oj Veterans of For eign Wars, held In Stewart's pasture. - .mey heard Congressman W, L n vl tors distract and CoL Ruby D. jiTeii forawrly of the 42nl Rainbow Division praise the record of the soldiers rr?-,1,ey itan" " battle . which the Americana captured a Cer man machine gun position. R. L. Hill, chairman, introduced the speakers and gave short outline of the fifleenth amendmen...

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. — 13 September 1920

mmmmmimim 5.tfaMrigIreZt ?nr" ys KlSWPjf F. vi i"-fvffi-n"i wti i' ' ' mi ' " 'i i SaftavSaWtatiiStJ.C-'- T rtiBiMaitiiBaiMBaifcfctdB aUiiJtaJjUli. iJuJmji i mn.u j ., i i - , , , itwFMjwv Ufa i iwnrawim n TrrraMMaiMiiii sif''iraifti'a- a i r "hi Tatar- i 11 i u i im i i ini ip m i m . , ' - - -- -.iA-iwEser - ' ?r3r" -- w -'-'-,-,- "- fem rV T . v " "T" ""' . v fi 12 j w it. W- "" . M ,-- AHcacuce at BIMe Cla. Wjbo attendance at Dtn vr,t. -rr.i y THE' EMMa KM, ;;zj was the largest in the history cf the I class. Eier) scat in the Broadwar I G01 ? MlSSQURIA. MOIWAY? SEPTEMBER' 13, 192flCi e Class jesterday morning Odeon. ;ere the class meet, was taken, t- SPORT teammates would allow hlra t leare if he v i pr Your Hand 'VCOLY reti'rs . i TRY FOR TEAM & - Can be fitted ivllh a Parker Pen which we have in .stock, t . GivejjsJhe "opportunity! The act will make us both happy. Pratfaer's Drag Store i s 'should ant to t, J The addition ol the big Tiger tackW In the 1930, Jine-op? Is all...

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. — 13 September 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQUMAN. MONDAYr SEPTEMBERS. 192Q. - - W -"- ' MCI! TEACHERS PLAJT 'PROGRAM IMPORTANT MEETING Of the Columbia Country Club ar7:30 tonight at the Com mercial Club rooms. All members are urged to be present. BARTON ROBNETT, Secretary. Snappy, Lively Styles For the Young Man Youthful pep and punch find full expression in the aggressive lines of the Brogue. Worn with wool hose tiiey I give that air of vigor that's in keeping with the wearer. - In Cordovan and Norwegian Calf Popular priced. '" i Also New Wool Hose $1.00 to $2.50 State Hecttag- WtU Be HM In A special 'effort krbyjng "aad to ar range a program forthe J'ioenber matt ing of tie Minos ri. State -.Teachers' As sociation that VST appeal to all classes of eachers aayt the School and Commu nity, issued by" the (mocUIiod. The speakers have been selected with all the 'teachers in mind.- In addition to the, t general meetings, a' special program is . being prepared for Friday afternoon for the three great dimi...

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. — 13 September 1920

ipg k&g$i !-V " V?! " jmr rrTFfTCTTTT r TrnPllirWMlMaMriiiMI illfTTIiiil i TITbWMMIi iiTJBM IW ImT ' ill i II i JT'S 1H TWiffM S 5 $ ; ! .- HI it .' . uu - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURTAN. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1920. & .EVElflKlnrMIfifiOtJRIAN fji ' . I, -? run 1 1 mmt mm mn Salq ! i . . ..a - - . . T Nbaawiu ! AmcIuIm. lw,lv, , IMC Hsa. CsnVUs. UiMwl. AltaM Mm suasctuntori umv- " " 1 Curt Umtk, as aM, -a. s tfMt Uu Mfhfc J tin V suit U B Caatl Test. IliSl maus, lUIt anukv rest. IUI.Hi Ui luan Ye. 4Ji; 1 it". II.3S; ah S trtta. rsyaU la . IfaaMr JU4 Wf f OioWIm. w 1st 'aaais- a ssUl '-( " r' U It U SMiaJXUlt at OcmWi 3. IS". MtwJ Ss ts St. ISIS. TtUTBClNE ITOMKaS ! S" , AJnMI u CinaluWa. " ' t&ftH OctOn 1. lk tuiirn till mil in tuit U lk VbiM, lUfmwttbk , - FtXMSfl OUT THE STUBS Tine is the only allowance which all Uilulj -ule.w ! wnlil tt- tlA R it it one which is Defer tup enough .. - -1 .r 1 . . . . 1. ,.A- atnAk It Kw w uivci iw m Miami i ww, uvm .., i tr university ...

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. — 13 September 1920

HSE2L. imVlL.iJIUa m?&&gm II w wsr -.,a fiyfjWKi r; ... UNIVERSITY NEWS THECOLUMBIA EVENING M1S3QURIAN. Continued Trom Tag Four) Ihe fifteen anion went to 1500 Coaler avenue and .aeted an escort of honor M j" PUne Fjrte, a junior in the School of tngiacerinj. tad the only- wo man enrolled in that school. Tier pre aented ner wilh a borrow of sunflowers, and he pnoeli ene'ef them a sun- liower to wear. Miss uuriotle Clemens, a stodent in the Collrce of Acricnlinre, spent the neck-end in Miui Qtjr. Mrs. Howard l-effin of Joplin spent the week-end with her daughter. Betty LerTin, who is a student In the University. The Alumnae Association of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will meet Wed. nrsdsr afternoon at 4 o'clock at the chap ter house on Rollins street. Kathleen Titteli, Jane Rodger. Gladys Hour. Vitula Vandyne, Jean Bright, Mary Bes Mfservy, Katberine Kelly, and Mary McAuhff, students of the University, spent tne weekvena m SI. Usui. Miss Katherine Hillix, president of the U...

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. — 13 September 1920

- j-Sf 5tspsg3?a-T: 'aPACE SK E 'SOCIETY !?!- Powtta Hartshorn tad Habart ,4Mt .Delp were married it Ltmgmont, (4i August ct. W-Mt.BI i. M former .lnrlM l tfc .tjWiilTCrKtjr, fm which be received his !gt at 5 'Wtncuitwf. BSTg-Ji "j-,"wrn. vets wui be at nome at w auoamae. Mo, when be will teach -vo-. catieWl agriculture in the high school. rAanenaceaent has been .made of the : marriage of Homer A. Dye, Jr., and Miss Bessie Wilson, both of whom are gradu- ateei.lhe"UnrcrIl7. , t Mr. and' Mr Dye were lomerly of St- Joseph., The couple are now at borne on Oku MO-acre. ranch at Uplon, Wjo, THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOtmiANf MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1920. where the gro7mhTjoTnTVwner oTTuews- paper. Mr. Dye was a atndent lo the School ot Journalism and was noted for hit skill as a cartoonist. The following were guests at the Phi Gamma Delta dinner party renter day: Kalhrrine Davis. Mary Stone. Dor othy Limerick, Dorothy Plums. Helen U'atson. Susanna Dickson, Rowena Woods. Maggie Lee Bell, Mart...

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. — 14 September 1920

fife SOimiBIA EgNING MISSOURIANJ l k i, mm" " " ' ' ' ' '" ' ' ' - - - - ' ' .. .,. .-. . i THIRTEENTH YEAR ' I AT17WrUDTCTTAM I THE WKATHKK J COLUMBIA, MISSOUm.jTjUISDA,X, SEPTEMBER 14, 1920 NUMBERfMl zz& ACGEPT CLUB HOUSE PLANS New Building .Will BReaSy for OccupaBcy Next Spring. IT WILL COST $21,000 Ground Will.Be'Jifokeaon Site Late Today "ariTomorrovrfH Mornwg. The board of governors of the new Columbia Country dab voted last night to give the building committee full power to proceed vita the construction of the dab house. f x r, , lae plans prescniea py xi. 3t nxll, vat architect, were accepted These plans rail for a budding to cost approximately $21,000. Ground for tbe new building will be broken late this afternoon or early to morrow morning.' 7t pnBabrfwiU be ten days before tbe complete specifica-. lions are completed aodithejbids are open. Work on .the course has been going on for some time. Tbe greens are now nearly finished. It is desired to bare the club.bouta comp...

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. — 14 September 1920

"Tgnigyr1 !SBrK53 r ! r .t mp -ST WACETWO- h' IT? ' ' " ' (mainly ABOUT PEOPLE I &r .. . " IL rtnlcy, councilman from the IWn tMTll --. .- T- h. - -T- -" o raTCIie VCSIerdav. y Hit. Alice Weaver returned to Sitz. ' JtMerdaT. S . dine of 1606 University 8 returned ysterday irom a bust- tl"vKra. H. H rt.l r vi-i--i taV' . - "mvj ui .nuut-uy, r ?llltU Vesfent.v n v?.: 1 . -21 i -vc ir?-1, ?lI for a few days. lVafk.U i ... r. . "r auiaunc nice, a teacner ? we schools of o-mr.l,. i,fi .l f.1. p her work yesterday. j . av a. strange returned to Halls- ?i - " MIICI snopping in ionium 6a. R. liSaa NJIm R.il. 1. 1... 1 . neat of Mil II c Rilrr vns rtu ftjiveane, retnrned to her home in Mexico geaterday. loae at Shelbina yesterday after spend. till tllA WlrMrl Willi ltw ...n Rftlvrt ESsOekaale, a atudent in the University. lurner Harden lelt lor i'almyra yes. jterday. Mr. Hayden will judge livestock latlke Marion County Fair, September JS to 17. -Mrs. C W. Simms returned to her I in Halls...

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. — 14 September 1920

im?irT:Tri"ii"ai7nt. i-f1'i inltinriTmni-nrPrSB WJ V3 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1920 S51 -v na - 1 I I OPTIMISTS SEE I' HOPE IN CHINA New Corsortium Is Real Chance I , for Order in Stricken T Country. NEW PARTY IN CONTROL Success of Republic -Depends Upon Aid From Outside. bring order out of chaos So this stricken rountiy. The Anfoites, whose militaristic poli cies disrupted parliament and emptied the nation's treasury, are out. The Chlhilites are in. By CHARLES EDWARD HOCUE (Cit4 PrMa Sttff CerrMpwulvace) PEKING. Aug. 10 (5y. mail (.Anoth er of China's innumerable V'il wars has came to a close and todajr'the most opti xatttic of the nation's well. wishers pro fess to see a possibility thai the new four Power Consortium wflTiie able to that of Mexico. But with the overthrow of the Anfuitet some hope is seen that the Cruhili cabinet can beheld in check and a repetition of former abuses prevented. While the storms of war hare been swirling about his head....

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. — 14 September 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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