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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 December 1920

iii.iiwiBHiti'iuiimm tmsSK'BStmaM,jiMtmBijmjimriwitimiTummii MftiWfeWJfi 'JlhV'HMM '.J .MUMI HJ 'ii!""i)g.p''j4wg gc? jywjkr" "srr c vre1 - ?' W. " ' HHjHHHHMBHinKHHHEMalKMiHHnH Br " lift I? jiH gl PACE SIX TIIE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. 111 i . . i ' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 r-V5-j:m imb J1 i,:z-ni k'POETVACHEL Spring Styles in Blouses Will li T.TNnQAvrnraq ' Call for Elaborate Art Work r- --m-i-iJui vi iJU ' f Jl both engagements on the same trip. MAY PAY Among tlic other speakers who will ap- n FEES . .!J!H5: DEC. 23 n fees of about fcir cr Sir hundred to-j( No chcls which are mviled in from outside will be accepted by the secre- Ho f 1 I I I i I 1 ( I ) 111 ' Foiled ' "e '""' f "" ' uviiiV.t JVJ-iJ- ew Yoai pear later are Francis J. McConnell, j Leslie Cowan Urges Early la raent Ph.D' D.D.. LLD.: Sherwood . Eddy, I , a;j -.,...:; Ph.D.. M.A.. LLD.; and Charles Key.. ,. . , .,",.. '. tary's oEce in payment of these fees and ventional flesh and white voiles, batistes noIds Bro...

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 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN frnflRTEEiNTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920 FOUR O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBERS? NO FINANCIAL AD) TO GREECE SAYS DR. LORD Speaker Cannot Tell New U. S. t -Policy but No Longer Counts on France ;. , or England. fBAISE FOR VENIZELOS t? Srec Statesman "Suffered ' From Same Forces That Swept Wilson From Government." "Venirelos has suffered from the same forces that has swept from government Qetxnccsu, Orlando and Wilson," Dr. Itmt E. Lord stated In his speech last uail en ""Greece, Old and New." He awlud Venueloa and praised his rec tr a a Creek statesman. Tie Creek political situation as Doc K Lord portra)s it is exactly the oppo ses of that described by tlie newly rein iatel King Constantino of Creece in a fecal interview which said: "Venizelos vis the cause of all tlie misunderstand feat with the entente.... The plebiscite it Creece was a solemn manifestation of V hods which unite my people to me 3 tag is is no way a disparagement of th...

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 December 1920

I tffiJtMf MFwftHiiM mStfjimi SfJflff THE COLUMBU EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, l'J20 juiimMMnLnujiiuiiii. 8 hmp aeai'ii'in ifciii . -.lie: '. . I ' nd orchestra miiMC. Trie Epvrorth fciAT 'THE CHURCHES I LraS..e v.ill be in charce of the Short I Lutheran Jv,r-- TWess. a (Indent of Concord!" "" ;sninary. will conduct the service Sun o 7:30 p'. ni. at the Fpiseonal Church. - - Ct "nt,arT 1 Reve-end Crew of Jj'Wiwille and the Reverend Bseplcr of -i" " have charge of the services t ' hich Mm be held res.ula.lv every Sun ,!: ne P"ohc is invited to attend these services. J? ' Calvarj-. The services at Calvarv Epicopal Church tomorrojy will be as follows: 7:30 , Ifolr Communion, 9:43 Sunday School and at 11 o'clock morning prajer and Jijious pageant callwj "Advance the Line.? The Holy Communion at 7:30 ..! be a rorporate communion for Jill 1 members cf Gtlvarv pari!i. the snbiect of the in'ercresions being the success of thcnation-ridecampairr The uderis jjlpi'.fll.rneel a i ...

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 December 1920

!, IB II t t Isf r-- $ & fi V Mi IT r Rv Society Miss Ella ITtok, society editor. II roa liaie news ol sachd rtmt, inm. e.t fo Columbia and the University, the Musourum rn.Ul appreciate it i ou itcill call Miss Wyatt by telephone. No. 274. between 11 o'clock and noon, each day. Mrs. George Lefevre, 703 Maryland place, entertained, al 1 o'clock luncheon today for Miss Retta Lengneld of New Orleans, 1a, and Mis Louise Ilechinger of New York who ate the guetts of Dean and Mrs. Isidor Loeb, Providence roai A bowl of cut flowers formed the center piece for the dining room table. Besides the guests of honor and their hostess were: Mrs. Guy L. Noyes, Mrs. Isadore Birth. Mrs. C. R. Moulton, Mrs. J. P. McBaine. Mrs. II. D. Hooker and Mrs. H. R. Glascock. Mrs. Ellen S. King of liilozie, Mis?., returned home yesterday after a month's visit ilh her sister, Mrs. Alexander Martin, 902 University avenue. Miss Genevieve Norri, 203 Edgewood avenue entertained from 3 to 6 o'clock "this afternoon ...

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 December 1920

a tt irt n T I - j -r'.ar?' w . .. t St..-" ar-J(fm, rftTTM. EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun- - 'THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1920 pects and as itafTccts many perplexing problems of tie Near East. Even should lilu mediation ,fad. Lord Robert and others point oat that the League, hating ' JUST LISTEN TO THAT CHILD! c7 by the Miv.nnn pm-i,u a. woauon, inti j,r 1L Nt j, cojos,. ,,. undertaken- the tajt of saving the ALFONSO JOHNSON. Mi-un V.t,nnd other solutions. . A precedent it pa League authority ' un.UA KAlta 'and willingne. to assume-authority will 5 cento M CCntl; ':nSle epfa" "taMiArfTflt the sending of an in- By oafl in Boone County: Year, tcrnatianal army to Vilna to act as police ,A25; 6, months, $1.75: 3, months. 90 'during the plebiscite which will .m.u ' L?! 3aca,u- v ..,! dangerous quesliobeiween Poland and J " i5 "c swuniy; scar, ?fcJUi I , , . ts r . . . ! -aioaihs,SL232 month. 4S 1M. pv. ""' " 'mute value of this can I '...

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. — 11 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MteSOUrJAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1920 PAGE 1 I - CLASSIFIED. ADS It-if i Cent a-TTonT Dj. I'lione 55 FOR SALE FOR SALE Dining room table; good condition. Call 37. P-83 I Oil SLE Wood-and Coal at north-j east corner Sixth and Walnut. E. T. i Kile, phone 373-BIack. K 90 FOR SALE-Six cylinder Oakland it din at a sacrifice. Beaaley, 569 red. B-90. FOR SLE Wood, cut any length! Call 1009, F It. Guitar. 82lf FOR SALE Fine extracted honey at jl a quart. Phone 1020-black or call at 617 Lee street. M-87 FOR RENT FOR RENT Four room apartment, ith bath; newly papered, hardwood aoors, south exposure. Apply 100 Col lege Ave. L-80tf. LOST AND FOUND fOIND A strange motorcj-clc left at 501 South Sixth St. The owner in identifing tie machine may tare it by paing for this ad. JI LOST Notebook containing complete ik'cs in General Economies; alio few notes in Chemistry. Reward if retum'd :o 1321 AntLeny. W 87 LOST Iloj's overcoat on Rosemary Lane near Mpha Phi houe Wednesday even...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 December 1920

sl h i;age sec " TiaeOlDMBlXEVlSNINGMISSOURIAK. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1920 M : & te Slaughter of the Innocents jii z4m m 1 a SFJflisr t 2 3, tCi i -" " " ;;n 5i M f I aft ''Threa and a half million children call to the heart and resources of America for these daily sup plies not available in their own countries, that are vital to their survival and to the rebuilding of their physical well-being." "Our resources will he exhausted in January. "We must not step aside and permit the spectre of death, in the form of hunger and cold to haunt these helpless ones this winter, yet we can not con tinue without help . . . 'This is a charge on the American heart, and America can not fail in her solicitude for these lit tle ones. "Twenty three million dollars' must he raised without delay, and remembering the new heart you put into the Commission of Relief in Belgium in the .dark days of 1916, 1 coins to you again." " (Signed) HERBERT HOOVER (From a letter to the Literary Digest) In immedia...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 December 1920

AN 1 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURI AN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13,, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 88 m SINN FEINERS LAUNCH BITTER ATTACKS AS CONFLAGRATION ! DESTROYS CENTER OF CORK !: Ere Which Started Saturday Night Continues to burn Spreads Over a Mile of Business District. ACCUSE BLACKAND TAN Smoking Ruins Permit No Search for Bodies Wires Cut and Highlander Ambushed. a, riM . Lomion, Dec 11 The fiercest fight iar since the Fj-tcr Rtbellion in Ireland 1 mU la 41 tnir nl-r at fVtt TK JSjfJJrltish vnr attacked V.UIU Cork wsi in ffUmrt. .. - 1 L. C .-L. Il:L H M LiW) tUUUIU, Wail J tQItH illgll- badtrs r ambuhL Ore sinn Feuicr vti ttueu thw, and many nerc koubu a tllienille was a scene of fighting. The ccupants stood the attacks of Sinn Fein en for hours. Tie lo of the Sinn Friners is nol Fti At lamalough. several were ISed and many were wounded. Wires lite been cut. A body of police were called for the tid a the residents, but were atfsrVed i I...

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. — 13 December 1920

l, !4- M .v WTW. V - . " 5 sfV V -rACE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUR1AN. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1Z'. ?r. ' , ...CENTRALIA NOTES b Mrs. Isador 'Smith is Mill very ill. Irfi Fred ?jm fi rfflnml frnm a visit with her father In Kansas Gty. ir .'. - D. Duff is here on business. Mrs. .'.')uff " !n Kan City visiting friends. . ,jrCtl Bodlin i on duty again after -uiki mncss. - H.-L. Pruett spent part of last stc-i in St. Louis. J'' J?-'11!!! U here with her parents. iJtll. ' . fT iT u " " -' " returned home .- ?' a '"'' "illi friends and rilatius . .in Cblambia. I- : CUflcs AIHick of Centralia and MU ilrancesjRraion of Helena. Art. were ; VSiriri ai .IWno, hy the Ite. T. i; ;v apl' on UmvoiIkt.. 2. Si . jtiMartir Benton was in Mexico last week Cf rllrn lir.o -,r,-,tft ,.,.,- spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. il. I'. Warden, 4183 Enright arenue. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts. 1415 Bouebelle arenue, are visiting at Carbon dale. 111. James R. Smith of Ponliac. Ill, left tins mo...

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 December 1920

! ;;"-"" ' raEJCQIUMBIA .EVENING MlgSOUJUAN, MONDAY. DECEMBERS iQ9fi '- . paceth . m- ti "Tfc I -f-Society '&$&&. s ilia Ella Wyatt. toaeti editor. If jrou nary news' of socita'ncnt? o) fiw'erV r.t to Columbia and the University, the Musowian tcil appreciate it if jou will call MUs Fratt by telephone. Ko. 274. irtwe'en l o'clock and noon, each day. .Mitchell and Miss Lucille "Richardson, K. 1', Mc William.. W. J -Saoeteir-L E. Wallace. E. W. Hcndcr-on.; N. Rip- pey, H. j. stroeter. c;-T..5kouby, Ul. weaver and D. w. (iittend'ji;-. President and Mrs. A. Ross Ilill will leave tomorrow to attend the college' len efit nifht at the Shubert theater; They hill be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thom as K. Smith in the Missouri box. The Sunday evening dinner guests at ihe Daniel Boone Tavern vere: Miss Ber nice Childs George P. Fleming, Miss Vesta Rboades, James Hardy. Lawrence Schleicher, Joeph Glucltman, Miss Mar gie Spelman, Wendell Spencer, Miss Gladys tloux, Edward AuU, Jr, Miss...

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 December 1920

IV- t' . f t- i -s 'i j ?" , ": . -v. .... THEcoCTj "... .. :-...: .-x g Jjl - w.Wi. ., j. ,-. a - r'A 1 . T . 4 ,-, go, i. t fj 3 t - - -u iimii i iiiiii i i t irii z. t - -...--r - . tf JXJiJ 1 FARMERS HOLD MEETING JANUARY 17-21 IJWWEKSITY NEWS njkj, . i J 5RU M.'jBfcley of the honeeeo-' W 'WMCflW&jCTtice wont to BowIIm 1 lBM.IZ - . . C ETQruif-fia'SAe )nMi ter i Kiddies to tteceffc Presents at " ' ' t . V ...... ENTERTAIN : -lfflMMBKENbsu be dUUih.itc.3 to child, en ite tiiu;v nutv, -ii -f.' Oosaiic bein.; irU' tan k!i!9 to li Four Christmas Parties. we eo-opera'ir.; with he ' Mi Ruili Spinncrc Hie 5m.il TTeUare Cony-ia plorntrd amt apcmicd !" ilfes crrriH ci b it : .. w i . l r -31 L. WKIBl "u niiy ocmeii, am mi l l').-i -whs;':!- nv-.::.pcs and 1J ari tCITit SH U.3 Witt. aae&lat ' r fiat "i SaaJ ft. ' mua.", TWo tiir i SnJUit aiar Hop 5-tt a MATNtY AKOiT J' tfctpcr to jndgAe Jasper Coemy eura Plans for Eighteenth Session of j '-"' S4 ' . em product!.. A AT,..., - 'IT ?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. — 14 December 1920

ASH- , IX , - v fcl. :, N,l :.'', . TIIECOLmiBIAEkNIN'GMisSOURIAN. TIJESDAY. DECEMBERS. 1920 - - vxr- -- " ' " ------ j J i . t -t -. t . . . i .!.. i t i --- - - itMn a nnnnrru luouunu DunneifL .n - . . . . . inii i ha ii , it. "c "-. , ..." , 1 THE NEW BOOKS 't THE, COLUMBIA.-,-. t'YEING.'MISSOURIAN - FuUUbnrr'mag'cet &jn- todaftionMnr'Iiu ii K.rt u.n rl,. KaJ HasoarL - vwv JV"3"aij;ij mapaceh CECfiiniON RATES tli-n a Tinnrlrttl . tllfmftllij baone?.J.At ctc imNm S-WlunB&i-' -JS?12S!SasL--- clWctfJlfi readers. ' AcoStoned-Js ' "2 r-. . '-VS, C- tbettof tbeawotd and having attained lie- he'iht of hit tmillioft jo lie field ef PUiV iUt'. SseV'TU. battle? Still he frailly (rwogiUed-' there was oik ) Jie eculd not conquer I and that wat lie rrM. tlto great Amnican Oaddl Philip-, l3ty: iWceli10 centi: tlnde cscles. crou 'Bjrvmall 'n Boons Comtj: Year, A23; 6vooatlo. J1.7S; 3 raooiha, 90 orljor. once "told hi audience uWe lire ? jcnts; month, 33 cent. ,. , ,rtmMl, r ml hj ,,, JO...

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 December 1920

fTTT-Ti i iMMWilBWMIHHnfHBHIMHHBfci ' - - '"A CLASSIFIED AD$ .a '... .-! SALS . fwaa gcitar. call U-91 "On -ii-- 4ki uuu vcai at norlb : mu- "- --1 V.aluSl. E. T. I 'Ke. !. Jl-rt K-SG ft".? s- IS!- SIi-Sx c Under OaiknJ . iwp-. -:. "... T7-- , I ail tl ? sscniitc Ikailej-, 5 red. U-SU. iVW -llb-ooa. cut an, leash. " , ' "WANTKll I'OrnKST fiWNTP TO UrlVr-Cood piano by l"2--l-T-in musician ,n faeullv. Calf IP"4-- " u&mne. :...!. on P9 IX)K 11SNT ISFOK RENT Attractive bbroe weUur. d for rent Jutin;".t.-ister: term of JeiTcaqr (Dei 29-Apr. 26.)Ltiw rent te&n He'1'' m?1 re-poa.ib!e party vho ill tale good,01 ,al8 HM- PaiTcia. 'PKiw:' of prepertv. CoaJ prori-.ied. 212) - ... e . .? .Kt-.. .: :y. V ' ' ' ! - .i ' "1-M " - ' . - l. 'c-rt. fci .j-n te Tern. 1921. d Grow Tandy. Exccut- :t will and teM!Lei! ol -J3 TI T. . -1 l i-, -:- CT. i.. itw, u-vcaOT. piiiauK-. . n. -,., t,.:-. ....,-, j-j :'."?-.....: -wirr- a-.r.ccs or Iftocai-tc. mesne 'S.ti rc-aotc ioicnUr or intoluntatr .. , ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 December 1920

SAYS ORGANIZATIONS HELPS j IQJ C 'M V PT7T I I II Will B . - - " r. TiSkH' ugP"'BSl?lSSs?t "' l ' - .a towissj-m 1 ciinaiyaMtwgcsrjLjrraiirff ' .. - ........ BHmasaarcst&0 SsSHBKWT J ISO . -dnjfcfr- - ,a.eetejrf AVOULD MAKE SI. U. KNOWN Clubs to Campaign MHmsMML s '.Sto? County X)fc IM fniY-YMt tLDurin;r Christmas. Holiday., KJALViS; Jlthry.ct)-inlyrcIab&.of. thcvUnivcr- .iity'are jplanr.ina their advertising f?r klIjAi..!-. l-iij d: ...t. V7r' iS r AP!Jcal5J-1 tomf?. county islMuW r-for y oman's ' jjt'oScrtSiy cf liiiso nmjaing'ruaus. ic'i-n. 1 acdiiir 'V-4iaa, J rSBuar-ii a , sr.irarii n . , iiN-n.--.xa .. " Tnen time i -z.,- . fet 10 raiaai. t-r !: Mfl cfenl o'ch; ifaaaatV cL.j s h ptrpils fran.':! u rifts. The public itiori e-Upstmj holidays, llepresaruuuj ny mil raaievnown. in-: iasoari to "the residents . ' 'r'rir counties in arioc raj-. Films of' :- Ff raur' Fair, the Varsitv Day film. I , ..IUc!i isrtoJt pictures cf'the Homrcom- ;hn zrent aavrmtat. imtlzf.ed bv ;. P....

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. — 15 December 1920

TBE .COLUMBIA EVENING MISS0UMAN 3 1 ' ' ' . . s - - i r THIRTEEPTraYEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1020 zx, FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER Wg ,A PLANS JMNV " " FEATURESFOR CELEBRATION Tree, Tableaux and Mwk t B Part of Municipal OtfttU inas Fcstiral oa Campus. SANTA TO BE PRESENT If Weather Is Bad, Ckriateas Night Program Will Be Postponed Until - Sunday. A cmM Christmas tree, outdoor tab-; leaux, ChmLTUs carols, bud sane, dm, fairies and" Santa Out -witst al! of j his associates and reindeer; mil be' fea tures at a Municipal Christmas: Festival, which will be lield on lire Em Cunprn on Cbritmas Eve. The festival i under the joist chugs cl Ibe Commercial Qua and tbeLnlver. sily, and will be staged under thedirec. lion of Frottt F. Major. Mitt Tntia IVmr ard JJn. Msrion W. Hrttlg tB have tharg f the- tableau. Prof. J. E. "Wrench will attend to tie lights: H. & Bill, kill arrange the scenic effects; Prof. Frederick Dunlap will xaontge toe installation ol tbe t...

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. — 15 December 1920

T"8-' . - "pSF"""' -rr-T"T ? -5JT "-?''--,7f7"s!Pf! 'THE COLUMBIA. ETjTNG MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1920 "i" i i gJXCE TWO IBEX r &News of Columbia Society (Mtu Ella Fjatt, tactety tdiior, mil colt. Mi's Emna Crawford. Miss Grace C epprreute U if joa mil telephone to- v ww cwnreen 11 mi 12 ococA. Nate of-Mm Feye Overlers, daughter cf Mr. and Mr. t I n.i r BrtlesviUerOkU, to J. C Henry of Cbl- L-T'. announced Saturday at a lilanchcen given by the bride eWs, LOomer. .Miss Oierlees was a student In I Mrs. TeJ Conley nill entertain at 1 o'clock luncheon tomorrow at her coun try home, one mile vcst of town. The puets vull ber Mrs. Kate Lonley, jurs. J. P. McBaine, Mrs. C B. Miller. Mrs. 'rW..Tii i ''T1, F. W. Medenneer. Mr. Will Conley, f,t " 9Uege .,a? le' ..She b.!Mrs.S.C, Hunt Mrs. Dudley Conley, ,lj7 .ueaumg scnool at toe Urmersity .,,, D v. and.ier. Mrs. Turner Clink- Lockridze, and Reverend Walter Haus halter. After the dinner the centerpiece of premier roses and fern...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 December 1920

"ifcy . pjintf cr .- V r r'o. t THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOIffitAN. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1920 SOLUTION FOR MILK PROBLEM ISGQATMEK? Prejudice Against the Animals Must Be Overcome before The Are Used Universally. IXDL STRY UNDEVELOPED 11. IL Emberson, State Gub Leader, Says It Should Prop erly Start Willi Boys' and Girls' Clubs. tkee xre women. One of Uic leading goat railing men b a preacher. Those, pencaa Interested ia goat rais ing may'obtala tome, -information en the tuijectfcomTanBera.' Buletin 920. issued upon request by the United States Dt-i pana&t cf Agriculture, Washington, D. C .In tils Jnlletia.it 1 tlated that the average cost of keeping a milk goat for a year was about 111 in 1912. The aver age prodnctioa of milk i about two quart a day, and the silk it just a no tritloui, if not .more no, than cow's milk. The cost of producing a gallon of milk In 1912 Was less than 7 cents while the price obtained" for the milk ranged frcm 10. to SO cents quart. Tie food of goats ...

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. — 15 December 1920

:-KJ5!.. Wn STY GIVES TO NEEDY DRENHF.RF. Ik. U' Welfare 0tt7flni7nrinn Lends Helping Hand to -oiumma's Deserving j -Boys and Girls. gOyiDES FOR ORPHANS I Br ra .Clothing Provided Work oil&ociety Has Extended Over Long Period of Years. Sleknmi. laV f Uwrl- nr .1.. jbj"Tt!ie husband fortes a family inta iiuaon ine children, through their S)jues, aie mad to Lear much on. gewuy sufferina;. But this usually jjyinecase in Columbia. in?. organization known as the ChiM Stare Societv steps In, and by lend f "helping hand, alletiatcs most of the wythat accompanies such casta. Tlie "iMeiiare Society is conducted in local 6rld as a branch of the CharitT gnizalion Societ). The present com tee oBcers are: Mrs. J. D. Van Horn, sfj. G. Bahb and M. L. Rouse. ineiyear me society placed twenty. Arnhsnl in Tinm Tlij nnmf iIam K-oally run so high, but. individual Striven to children includes manv re. f Often children of srhnnl w are bUfroro attndin!r r!iool btr.aue of a jko rlotuia Their cases ari ...

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. — 15 December 1920

tJ 1 m m MW Bbfc HVr T a .JBf : K ; -TV ' V Hi y "!' 8 ll 9 BCD N i-!.- tt 'JfZ l IHt- :lf It ..4 v ii- s-. &r v ?;' ; 'f 3' if THE COLUMBIA.EVENINGMISSOURIAN, "WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1920 TRT .I'hMi.sAS! "Peace QnEftrth, Good Will Toward Men& -1 .' -.3- .-? " r - i J":- Vr ! X. -' -: (&.".. -tiijt A. of :&.. '9ax:b$&i '. t.xt vr - Pekin, China, November 16, 1920. Famine affects five northern provinces. Fifty million people involved. Twenty millions starving. Many cfying of cold and hunger. Whole dis- tricts living on leaves and: eeds.M Selling or drowning children. Whole families committing suicide. OlSiSll themselves leaving younger to seek food .in other provinces, Children .suffer most. Government exercising great efforts to cope with distress. Calamity so colossal it is difficult tose- ,: cure funds for adequate relief. Require two hundred million dollars. ...: Epi-" -' demic feared nejct spriSg. . w '". ,.,;-. y . . (Signed);; Tsai Ting Kan V,. ." -VV ;l,f...

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