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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 December 1920

AiaatfiiiaaaaHH iumiiM- jj11- f'?1W,lSf'ir,:''''''" '"' '" 7.';- 7 ff" '" SiT W ' v P ra liKmmimmmmmKKmmmmmmmmmmmiBK " jmmm II it.'-' in 1? xv, E-i 4 n JA Missouri House J R'epresentatites at the next session oj the Legislature tie .Republicans xiU hare 105 members and the Democrats 37 members. The per- ..tonnel of the House, prepared try the secretary o state iouoks: Count j.' Adair Eugene Fair fjirp.). Kiissville. AtitW ZAv.u& F sin;t: 'He;).' Smtr-ah. , Atahisou F f! ' ,'.' iRl. Wt-t'j'i". Auisii-Vi- l ; :- :-. i, M(ri '- JUrrt A. F riill-i 4 - i'"-'d . llatra Geo. Allied MaUeminh iRep.), Boclville. H Benton James Z-Lopp Hep.). , , 2 Bollinger Ilenrr M. Smith iT.ep.). Lutesville. !j Boone lames S. Hollins 1 Don. , Columbia. $ Buchanan: First District-Harry E. JlcI'lierson .(Rep.), Su Joseph. SecondlHstrietlios.J. Whitehead (Hep.). " Third District -Elbert F. Spencer (Dun.), .DeKalb. 0 .'Fourth District Ernest U. James (Dem.), Su'Josepb. -- $ Butler H. O. ilarrwood (Hep.), Pop...

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 December 1920

- 4'ts?sJiiiM.t.1-;'MiHau6piA'1 mw i n m"")"""'-i.hw vt -y ft r it i; w I- s. n i PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA VEtiING MISSOURIAN I'uhlished cvpry evening except Sun day by the Misaourian Publishing As sociation, Ine, Jay II. Ncfi Hill, Coltfm ha, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Mjmcot SUBSCRIPTION RATES City: Week, 10 ccnu; tingle copies, ' lent 8y mail in Boo-ie Count;: Year, jU25; 6 manlhs, 11.73; 3 months, 50 xnts; month, 35 cents. Outside tlie county: Year, $1.50; 3 month', $1.25; month, 45 cental Pay- tble in advance. Member Audit Bureau o Crculations Lntcrcd as second-cla mail matter. Acceptance or mailing at special rate if postage provided lor in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917, authorized Sep-Icmb-r 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMRCRS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 5? IN JIAINTEN'ANCE OF rEACE The permanence and efficiency cf : ...ague of Nations depends iu final ajiaits upon tbe bod) of public opinion winch suits it support. The most elaborate and nicely adjusted interna tional m...

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. — 3 December 1920

nmk jgr "jm""" " ' " ' ir awaamw : im I KmEmKKKHBBSSSKKIKIKKKBKKUmKBKISBKKKSSsKw1- T r v?--1 "r PAGE THREE THE COLUMBIA' EVENING MJSSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920 IIjP" . K JiBL 4 .1 m f i M, I i J K ft r P lrt .M m H $ u-t 8 'jt m sik H t f 41? 14 i lit a $ ,I III r Society yr. . Miss Ella jr.,,, .i. .J.tn II roii have neus social events of inter. ' est ( Columbia and the University, tie Uusounan toll appreciate it tj you iH V tali Mist Pratt by telephone. No. 274, bctueen 11 o'deei and noon, each day. - ftothvrell Cymfiasiura Is being turned ijinto a flower garden for the party to be gSi'ea there by Montr Board, honorary ' aenior vromans tociety, tomorrow after Tnoan, from 3 to 5:30 o'clock. Trellises covered trith rosea and flowering vines re being placed around the walls, mai ling arbors nnder which little tables will "be set. A white picket fence will mark off the dancing space. iTood will be served by members of 'Mortar Board during the afternoon. Miss Eva Johnston will be ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 December 1920

Kt K ?fe v r ? T ?? I'hcnc 53 CLASSIFIED ADS naUaCentaTTordaJ)ay.' riione J HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE f LOST-Chemlstrv tolWL and FOR SAIX-Splendid building lot on "nw.urLfd note laoL !,, the base. THECOLUAIBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. DKfflMnFft 3. 1920 PAGE In the Aid. of Spott I'mvcrMv avenue, 60 by 233 feet rrice, ,. ' A"! $r.n. r A. Ileuningcr. 41.tft'""" Cra- Ml T1R SALE ment of Acadcmia Hill. ione 773. Rcviar.L R. "-1 WANTED TO BUY Hill "LE Mjrle coal range and Pl I - "a- range; lio:h in perfect cod Jilinn. Phone 668. 11-81. FOR RENT FOR RENT-Apartment; Cooky avnue; o!ii bjock from campus; modern throughout, including bath, furnace, gas range in kitchen and gij rater heater. Ca P-EO. HiR nilTui unfurnished nun for lulit n.osrleeping. 3(16 N. 9th St. ' IJJB I 'II Rr .T Three unf urachal rooms for In 1 1 houekeepin: in modern lioute. Cul at 131i Paris Road or phone 74J. " IU3. l'OR nENT-ur'roum apartment n-th bath; newl pered,- hardwood - --ii exposure. Apply JOO Col- 1' ' utr. i-...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 December 1920

K ir i ;V BOONE COUNTY SCHOOLS NEED MORE MONEY Superintendent Praises Teachers -But Says Equipment Is In adequate Few Libraries. S5 'BUILDINGS ARE HANDICAP Ml Problems of Education to Be Sj Discussed Dec 5-11, Na- US? tinn.nl Sftinnl tional School B Ok, Week. j"Tbe thing most needed for the im provement of Boon f!ntmtv u-fmnTs is further increase in the school tax, ac- Jl u i t. rvonWutt, count- su. jyrintendent of schools. J"I find that the greatest need of our jfhoola is for equipment." Sir. North ott said yesterday. "We particularly Vfeed material for practical handwork. ij)ur teaching force is good. A roan 2ho has traveled in eighty-six counties in 3Jre state told me that we had the b$t t of teachers he had seen. Mfe hsTr no f lecher who has not either had teaching experience or finished a full high school urse. Tormerlywe had a good many' Jfacheis who had never finished high Jcnool, and some who had had only trade school education. rBut our school buildings are not well t I", c...

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

, . ,, ,, , ,,-,., , .,,,,,. i .1 .).! 1 1 i .1.1 '-.lll'l',l,,'"-'i-1,'T''iltiri'w5T!rB?B'"!g r IMfliiiiilM - it!wi''tJtfe'p8! K??'i!Cgffl?,ljti y' " T -"Sts 'sjfte"f'-'p,.f?. " ?a THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN 4fc' V Jk: thirteenth year COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CliOCK EDITION NUMBER 81 I ! m - te .I & 1LV. SCHOOLS LET NEBRASKA IN CONFERENCE Uissouri Will Play Ames, Drake and Oklahoma Elevens in Columbia Next Fall. TRACK MEET TO W. U. Baseball and Track Schedules Also Formed by Officials at Kansas City Meeting. By Collet Freja. KakSis City, Dec 4. The University of Nebraska has been re-admitted to membership in the Missouri Valley Con. ference by the delegates to the twelfth annual meeting of the Conference here. Tie schedules for the season of 1921 In all the sports have been practically completed. Nebraska comes back into the conference playing Oklahoma, Kan sas, Ames and Drake in football next yrar. Washington I'nhersity was awarded die ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 December 1920

SSSHPS PS'P f VI -.-' B.w!"ew5' Dr." -, - - . , ?P??SW - -r 7 rwz&'Vr2ez 5.V. ,.-.. - a.yi" "? -- -, a5mroc THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920 Be pSOJVIE PEOPLE F3MCEAyEAIi ilNfdvrkln niw n..,.,,!,,,- A Inomc Places This 2Ji?Daleand Qiristmas KVrTBoth Observed. raifig-- ,. rAfiDUTCH CUSTOM Saint LUcd in.Lyca in Fourth jjCenlury Was Adopted 7 Ifir Kiiffin A '-- Matron. UNIVERSITY NEWS ! ! - Tom E. WardeH left Thursday for a twit to his heme In Macon, D. L Itathlun left Icr "Kansas Gty Thurday for a than hiu Terrenee ClarL left Thursday for his home in Kanai City. Miss Jennie Jonea v (Kansas Gty is the weel-end guest of Mls Birth Spang.. berg, 1014 University. Jli-a Allene Smith 'and Mi- Ilrlcn for :&anti Qaua cornea but once a year. lacjtjVhiBt to some persons the food wa comes mice. i;a8t&Caus. is the Dutch name siren fcj'fct- AicUuUs, who has long been Inovtn S2 dipmcr of rifts. St. MchoW Daw is December 6, nineteen days before ,Ggaisttnas. It h...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 December 1920

'-t " THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAN. SATURDAY. DECEttBEK 3. TQ20 - PACE THREE S w t-wi-ff',yTrrA?-s-i V-'- r m f Society Mitt Ella Vyatt, tociety editor. 1) you have nact of toad eventt of inter est to Columbia and the XJniveraty, the Hittourian tcill appreciate it if you icill tall llitt Wratt by telephone. No. 274, betveen 11 o'clock and noon, each day. gave their annual Farm Frolic at the Agricolae home, 911 Lowry street, last m&uu i ne junior and senior men of tbe CoIIeje of Agricnlture ere incited. Mrs. R. M. Brashear of KirfcstUIe is visitant: her dauchter. Mk. Minni lira. shear, 405 South Fourth rtreet. Miss Brashear- will accompany her mother to Edinhurr. Tex, December 22 where thejr wiU spend the remainder of llie inter. Miss Brashear Trill return to Columbia in April to resume her position as instructor in the English department of the Universit). Mr, and Mrs. E. II. Guitar motored to Marshall )esterdar to attend the wed ding of Mrs. Guitar's niece, Miss-Frances Brow...

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

sS?feT - IJFOTOJ THE COLUMWA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY, DECEMDER -1, 1920 OKffiKS ir PHEICO LUMBIA ireaiies with llie secretariat 6f Ihe League $la MISSOURIAN p"'1 !n '""venant, "ii not 5"""li. .- c... v . -s- -!be long Wore the world mil attain se- JMSwonan PnMUhihg IjcnrHy against tin" old methods which PI- Jay n. Kelt Hill, Colum-ihave brought rriodic war to mankind. Open diplomacy lives peoples something Itn W,? tn in time of crisis. With a cnh. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .If- :i rested recardin mili,.' JiWeek, 10 cents; tinjle copies.;,,, lnlenil,;enii import, we will not wait i3 ja Boom "County: Year, !iI'!r more t0 ,o1 b)f s,1,",tn we should do in time of strained feelings. but will hare a chance to consider aspects'' not ren by our diplomats. I artssasrL ff&NSO JOHNSON. MANiea fGjiDontbs, 11.75: 3 month, 90 UtMattC 35 cent. toeltht eouaty: Year, tS0; 3 JJIJS; month, 4S ce&t. Pay- .aevaace. &t We have heard of those gallant youse Andit. Bureau o. Circulations i , who t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 December 1920

H CLASSIFIED ADS Unit a Cent I5 ygEAL ESTATE FOR SALE TOR SALE Splendid building lot on L . - fJ U- til r... wi ginttrslT avciiuct w wj iccb rice, bid F. A. Ilenninger. 41-tf FOR SALE HDR SALE Majestic coal range and (ad;, gss range; both in perfect con- L FhoneoKJ. li-Sl. FOR RENT FOR RENT Apartment: Conley Uate; one block from campus; modern Lmihout. including bath, furnace, ess Lre in kiklcn ard. gat water heater. M 1317 P-SO. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms a fight housekeeping. 306 N. 9th. St. ,. IW2 FOR KENT Three unf ornished rooms Jo, light housexeepinj in modern house, ji st 131 Paris Road or phone 7t- JfKit H-83. FOR RENT Four?room apartment. Lji huh; newly papered, hardwood fSxa, soath exposure. Apply 100 Col- ee An. L-fiOtf. WST AND FOUND LOST Silrer plated -mouthpiece to oraet by Kansas band plaer during Hosecosing. Retorn to Missocrian of Bee. BJ LOST Thursday on Turner or in alley kneea Taraer and Rollins wrist watch oa cold chain. Reward, phone 683. A-S0 rOUND-CiuT bu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 December 1920

4 A m BSgCg.te. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, T; - iwMsaD tr'ttz-Vv-,. UUINCJLNOT I T0 BLAME FOR fi M.U. MORALS" a.s Evi1 Pin D. J - i o i,SpW.W y B f Jf- -,rUullC Opinion, Says Fred ; "'"'. Eldean, President of J z ,nAr.t nJ.. v Student Body. ,-. HONOR SYSTEM TAUGHT 4 .Mason Vaugh Advocates Me , lg tacil Month to .Make S Missouri Spirit Ef- fective j, Evil among the student body, pointed M by Mon Vauah in a letter to the Open Column of the Mi,.ri.n f No. Tember 29, do exist. accoraW to Fred Udean, student president. But Eldean is -not ready to hate the student officers held rponsiblojfor aach immorality. The student council has done nothing to, stop drinking," said Mr. Eldean. "It If ;rrident that the Student Council could do little to police the 11,000 who attend gathe football game. The athletic de partment had twenty officials on the field but bale, could be done by this nurrher. At the Unirersitv mixer, it wonld have fceen Impossible for the student officers to teH the offen...

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

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN I p THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, -MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 82;jfgf ' ' -S3S Y. u FINAL SESSION OF CONGRESS OPENS TODAY Interest Is Centered on Presi dent's Message Which Will Probably Be Read Tomorrow SIXTY - SIXTH SESSION A Treaty with Japan Over Land Ownership in California Must Be Worked Out. B. Ovllta Treat. TClsructoi, Dec. fxPresident Wil ton, it was announced, would address Congress in "writing." From this the Bflsbers took it to mean that he would sot appear in person. WmCTO, Dec. 6. Whether the President -will deliver his message to Congress tomorrow in person or whether it ill be read in both Houses by clerks Is still a question. No indication of his toare has been given out from the TTbite House. IMMICEtTIOV Bill IS IT-ST B-'Calbtd Frm. Washi-ncton, Dec. 6. A bill provid ing for the elimination of immigration of this country for a period of two years was the first bill to come to the attention of Co...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 December 1920

5f? V "SSF' '1fP it tfr .- -1 r SWceVtwo " : THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN.' MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920' IVBITS TURKEY " 64 IV KH WW RELIEF WORK I an.t ftlt lir TMrpnl. at fjtn.tali.i CI XI. M. Edwards spent the eek-eiii in Centralis. j 1!. Y. Jones went to Kansas Qty Fti-. Pilis Sabra C. Bratllev. Well- ra "Tbl'in?s- . . .. i. tj c- .,i - I L . J utile spent tne week-end sjn Known Here, Sees Mtthrt- Kirksville. &s.- dates lastle nnd lombs Ji- II. hulianU mt to Milan Friday " TT ts i . nxil th trfrA '' re. neun in ttrvks:. " -"-- r . I't, UNIVERSITY NEWS Farm Bureau Federation, left Sunday morning for Indianapolis to attend the jeeondv annual meeting, of the national federation to be held there today. "lomor. Miss aoma Kirlley spent the veek- prow5 and Wednesday. The meeting as called for the -purpose of outlining a na. tional agricultural policy. sLIVJNG CONDITIONS POOR fVJHouses of Best Families Are 15 . Infested Willi .Insects -5? PIumLine Conditions Are Bad. E. H. Decker spe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 December 1920

E"" '"SWMSSW," Society - THE COCmWiTVENlNC AngSOWAN, MONDAY, DEtCTIBEff S. 1928 esUaCotuTnbiasnfiheUmvertUr.lkeUUsouriai iriU oppreriolt tf H yoa inZl cdf iw Wratl h fltphon,. No. 274. Ulu,. U & ! The Junior claw of Christian College held its annual dinner party In the col lege dining room last Saturday eveniuj. The tablet arranged in the form of a large "J were set for siity-one, the line marched into the dining room headed by Sarah Dale, president of the class, and Dean Roee L. Lisenby, class sponsor, fol lowed by Carmen Williams, vice-presi-dent of the class, and Prcident Edgar Desmond Lee. The other faculty guests were Misses Madie Lee Walker and Rhoda Lu'y Laws. Crystal candlesticks with red candles at each place and em. zal Tases filled with red American beau 1 ty rosea in the center of the table car . ried out the class colon in the decora-tions. Dr. end Mrs. A. Ross Hill relumed yesterday from a two-day visit in St. Louis. Hockadav, Mrs. John SvW Mr. f n Miller, Mrs. Ber...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 December 1920

2g$7 '" " "'' r" SSwr'" W"" "TTT?" --" "crfsr-r ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,., 5 -v ".?, F- - . pase rourt - " ' f-La-H.-. COLTIMRTA f (EVENING MIWTTT?TA7. M& every .ning - - - rsun F?' " Missourian Publishing As- Km- y fte" "'' Colum- Jr-V Alis-onri. 'ALFONSO JOHNSON. 1U.,ac CUBSCRIPTinv PiTTo I l3ty: Week in -,.. . ' f - VW1H. CJ1G kVUIUi - cent '. fila fa Booae Coo7- Year, ": 6 months. tl.75; 3 months, 90 Jests; month, 35 cents. ,oHd4 coa.-r Y-,. tuos -K)B4hs. Sl5: TT-n-iK je -, tj.. -We In advance. Member Audi, Bureau cCrculation, Entered as second-clasn naU mauer. Acceptance for mailing at special rate 5 paute protided for in Stim 1103. Ao of October 3, 1917, uthoried Sep temucr 26, 1918. " TELEPHONE NUMBITIS lew .;.. -74 Advertising and Grculatioc S? PANAMA CANAL TOLLS AGAIN ITlicre is every indication from Prei- Identlect Hardinpi. poct-clcclicn utter ances tint the next administration will occupy itself buily in the development . of American, commerce. We are there fore led to think t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 December 1920

y-eEK-sr-if- WSP- , --wrs THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1S50URIAN. MONDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1520 . "PAGE FIVE1 i CLASSIFIED ADS Hall a Cent a Word. a'Daj. rhone Z KEAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOK SLE-Slendid building lot on University aienue 0 by 233 leet. Price, $1300. F. A. lferminger. - - 1-U , FOK SALE FOtl SALE One burner jas plate lib cunl attached. Cell 951-black. Q-SOtf. FOI! SALK Twp warm 3-piecc wool suits, e W J" fr llw AiUIrcw J, care of Mi'fourian. D-83. 1 J FOI! mil- MajctJic i.wl range ami r Bcl pa-, range; l.li in perfect run- ,Jilfa 1'lH.nctoa H-31. FOR KENT FOK KENT Twu unfurnished rooms fur Iiglit housekeeping. 306 N.'9th St. U-82 FOK KFN T Tliree unfuroi-lied rooms .or light liou-ekeepins in modem bouse. CslLat 1111 Paris Itoad or phone jH-JE Shite. 1U3. t FOR KENT Four?room apartment, lib bath, newly papered, hardwood lwrs. outh exiwsure. Apply 100 Col. "irge Vie. LOtf. LOST AND FOUND LOST Sill er plated mouthpiece to cornet by Kansas band player during:. Homecoming. Return to Misso...

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

SPEEL-BINDING ORATORSWTO HIDING PUCES : .- nmemation Now R Well Under Way and It Will Last at Least During Next Two Years. r5 DEMOCRATS ARE BITTER Shock of Missouri Going Re publican Left Its Sting, But Cox Follower Says, "Just Wait." r- Now that the national election over, t and the ipell-binders and ump orator hare gone Into hibernation for at least two yean, Colombians have recovered from tie shock whether they were Re publican or. Democrats and hare had time to think it oer. In regard to the first Republican land- ftllfW Itl MlMnnri In k& Ik a iivtccn irf local Hyde supporters are taking the vie-' hers of each family make a circle in the t tory rather .sober facedly. "It as in-1 moonlight. In the center of it is a table . eritable," they say. ' vhich has on it an unusually large cake The Republican victory all over the in the shape of the moon. The head of country can be explained in two words ' tl family thanks the moon for Lless- "Woodrow Wilson," said J. W. Schwabe. "&...

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. — 7 December 1920

S sk iff Us?- --- i V. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN J pTHIRTEENTII YEAR COUNCIL ACTS rAGAINST LOCAL JJQUOR TRAFFIC 'Pis Fine for Public Drinking I Monthly Library Gift r From City Raised S10 a Month. I fiOLICE ARE COMMENDED Dty May Buy More Equipment Lfw Light Plant Rate, Charg ed for Electric Cooking Con- - iirmca by Committee. Tie City Council at in regular meet bg last nisht passed an ordinance pro fiMliss the manufacture, sale or gift of ntl&ieseaUag liquors in the city; prohib- anther or the earning of intoxicating lipors and the drinking thereof in pub lic Meet, streets, ana alleys, ihe or- faanee passed with only two dissenting rota. Toe penalty for violation of the sr&aaace is a fine of not more than $lr (80 or imprisonment for one year, or Mjt fin and imnnunmnl F Ordinances cre drawn up appropri ssg sAYMiu irom uic general revenue had to pay city officials and bills: one I for $657J.44 from the water and light ttad to pay the bills ol the company;1 HO from the se...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 December 1920

J? .s- I .- w .....lAlUM Ac3.fl''- THE COLUMBIA EVENINCMISSOURIArC TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1920 I;ofbibl; : PTDDENTS -'ACTIVE WORK! 'Clrv wining, Here Is Sufficient in Majority of Cases But Many Continue at Other Schools. OLDER INSTITUTION Greatest Problem Is to r Acquaint Students'Witlr lo .uwted David L TFhite. Mr. "NT 7vT-..4-:,s IV 1 "C-,4-,, s'of- Enfli,l. wa appointed, by J. TV Srfli iU lUllCS&CllLlcHa 111 V ULLU13L S ,rf u""1 M" Art; Samples to be Shown Here LL H, A. B. end A. M. from the UnM A'colMclioo o( futurist painting is lo erstty of Missouri Since then, he has bi-eUubited in tlie Faculty Room of the practiced lax in Kansas Gtv. cett Lcrtersitr Librarv soon. The exact date for-time Jie terved in the Spanish-Amer- of i thai display ha not been set. Tbee ican and World wars. pictures wdl give art student and art l,Tcr a dunce to form a more specific Tlie futurist seeks to estab- URGE CEREAL CR0PREP0RTED TO FIGHT "RED PLAGUE" Course of Studv Sttys Giblj- UNIVERSITY NEWS...

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. — 7 December 1920

W9WSj!R '?'' xnp.e.jp;-,'s- " -i, ts?? HISTORIC LQRE IS CONNECTED WITH MEJEOLAs bpy Hunting Ground Where Daniel Boone Killed Deer Is Thriving Town on State Road. SCENERY IS PICTURESQUE Capt, Callaway, Noted Indian Fighter, Was Slain in Fight With Kedskins Near There. There are few old roads and trail. that do not posr rreasnrn of tradition and historic lore, but few are the roads which possess as many interesting facts and landmarks as the State Highway which leads east from here and passes through the little village of Mineola Springs that is nestled away in the wood. ed hills on Loutre Creek some fifty miles east 01 uoiumnia. lieeane of the fam ous scenery and the hills thrmjclvcs which have become terrors to the motor ist, Mineola has been heard of from coast to coast. Mineola, formerly called Lotnre Lick, of the oldest Tillages west of St. It was set W ab"t 1812. tut the time when Daniel Boone hlarr.1 tne trail west from Kentucky. Daniel Boone himself was one of the first sett l...

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