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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 December 1920

-"v iZ gbPACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920 fSAYS PARENTS '."CAUSE TRUANCY iMTL. Rouse Traces Trouble to ""indifference Within tlic f? Home. AM. L. House, city truant officer, bc lines that most of the trouble he iias ij traced to indifferent parents. The state i?k (,U,re ' children between . toe ane of 8 and 16 lears be compelled J jto attend some sort of a schorl at leas! 3j flfree-fourths of the school pr Sod r inceptions are nude for pntately tauiriil ehildien and those betucen 14 and 16 Jars old. me latter may be taken from jtchool by petition of tins parents if '.' is i necessary that they help in maling the rf livinz. iifeiMlf There "re a few vho play truant con P?pr muonsly, according to Mr. roue Cnce jjf-'yne break Irom discipline is made, i h readiH becomes a habit, a sort of in and- ojt parae tiuh lb law. In eitrenie caes t-tuitM filed against ill parents and tney are made to keep the children in regilar attendance. Usualh, hoKrcr, ai wa...

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. — 20 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIA 1 ' ' J ... ; j ll MKIEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 94 - ' " is Vfli Btt ASK CITY IFOR A 20-YEAR f GAS FRANCHISE lr n. Miller and J. R. Cullinanc '"..',.,, ml . r T 1 IfffOVul Jah.e vjver luuu M -r. . T C - ti riant n v-oncession Is Granted. w INCREASE RATES rfciripany Is Now in Hands of I.jrEstate Is in Unique " Position Without ; franchise. Imfication for a 20-year franchise lo tii Colarrlin with pa will be made ti riui"ice l" ' presented to the cautml lomrnr. aiding to llioTnas II. .Miller and K. Cullinaie, wlw intend to take jfee Columbia gas works their con- gpeft ts- purchase the fas works depends fas alether they are able to get a salis- rf Iranchi- irom the city. Mr. In Mul this afternoon that they had rarchasrd the plant but metely had seuen en tlie contract. Ife gas companv is now in the hands & estate and is not making moner. slid at present rates charged the endd not naVe mon...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 December 1920

SV- PACE T5T0 -THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1920 .?, IRISH POLICE , BROKEN UP BY r ASSASSINATION illl-mis JSgB" inn Fein Extremists Used Intimidation To Bissolve the.Lpng Famous f GoiMaljulary. ""BLACK AND TANS" NEXT Name, Which Was First Used In Dension at Uniforms S Now Inspires Pec'ple ' With Terror. Br Wtaw "ih'tn - ithilcd Pmi Svlf Go'reiprndtnt r - Iojoti, Rrr 1 br rui) I Mjt' iJxMSybcw heard .of t!i- "B'lck anc' Taw w 3n ti chattlie war f asasinati"ns am Implies and reprisals Tu Ireland. but prob ably few people abroad have much in formation as to Mho and what these men are. 4 The official title of ihe corps is the Auxiliary Dinsion of the Roval Irish Constabulary, and they were organized ben tie supply of recruits for the R. I C began to fail. The It. I. C, long fan cm as one of the most efficient bodies of ami military police in the world. wa formerly eiclusnely compoed of Irish meiuiiMen of magnificent phjsique, and superior intelligence, they rank...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 December 1920

- V -"""' ' ' . -"": "' -S' THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUftlAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1920' - Birr tuiiffc " m - f fiNeivs of Columbia Society University Hieh School, Saturday even PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Accurate and reliable. Reasonable rates. Work done on short notice. MISS WIUHTE 520 Guitar Building Phone 1095 and 1090-Creen Money Found Selling .your magazines and papers. Phone 392 Will Call Klass Com. Co. ing at the Delta Delta Delta house. About twenty-Eve guests were present. THE COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA Brings Happiness Into The Home 1 I 3 VjcVt, tocittr editor, mil . . :t viin will teleDkane" so. South Fosrth street. Miss Hedrick is di- The engagement of Miss Isabel Nason, of Kansas City, KatL, to Clarence Terry rector of the north Dakota Library Com mission. Bjjb, betctat 11 end 12 ccfoefc. Kansas City, Mo, was announced at a dinner party given Saturday for the mem ! bers of the Alpha Phi sorority. Cards bearing the announcement and Ameri ..k flashliclit pictures t -- PACE THBEE .. is3...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 December 1920

"3 ; isfw -', -,- "r EfACETOUR -ft-;"- --.Hi. - - - -v - ,. THE COLUMBIAXVENINGnSSQIIRIANIONDAYDECEMBER 20, 'l-l'lf - . I j , .- .J"nfr' . wnwu'ij. j '.'- - ai , -Jjl 1920 , - --' - - f jl "41 - l ftM18 ..........------- ill Mflwll :: :: Hfi S&lirlHfl " That Box or Candy-for "her" " QHK MEgfilSEOSHiV " Christmas waiting for your " MB' BPfbNKJI " selection at Harris'. A few 5- nBf! lMHtK.'wMtJ " pound Martha Washingtous, I 9i WJjBftpVHjj and one, two, three and fiVe- a IjMBpt t$sMB55!i&B - -pound boxes of Nunnclly's, B UB'M SmhH Bunt's aud, Alligretti's.. Hni f 'SPH -" B- 9111 t ajsBKSI ! Hal . I&BH i; hare& : Blf p3fc5BaWfflBB " Perfection in Confection mu mm. .. F fMi?SSsluS ."! - MILLARD & SISSON K -I f W&BSBm :: :: HS if 51 : J :: - PS IwH i-B-J,-J,--J,------W-,l, p rK -IB i . v ".m III "'.' . . t i ,.. .,i' . i : . tK III - VT I " - jK III .- K I il . . ,jB 'u 'fm III Plb, kw H I - -VlBk :?m NS.X . "rIK t. n v. f4m- NKTCi v ,.-iB- ill v nJv lL iB- I j3V l...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 December 1920

W - -iv - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOTJRIAN.JMOND AY.. DECEMBER 20. 1920 PACEITVX It I u. CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day. flone 55 "JOK SALE 0fQR SALE- Wood, cut any length. . 82tf CM 1009. r . iuiur. , FJK SAi-si siove wooa ana coal. prices reasonable E. T. Kile, northeast hsk 2iau S3 black. & Walnut Sis. Phone K-96 LOST AND FOUND LDST-Alpra Phi pin. Maggie Bell engraved on back. Call 85. Reward. -- w fUt-Ml- imriiH.iiui35iic inert AlCUaL, i Owner may ouiain same at .vnssocrian if ........ ..iAtin.,..... ( ..... WIKC U" luiumiiwiuu Ul flUiriiy and paving for this ad. F-93tf TAKEN 'Bill the erson vrho took krvwn overcoat from Commerce Building h-mcen hours of 8 and 10 Saturday re lam same to Misourian office. No notions a.ked. p.94 LOST Large lvnx fur collar piece, liberal reward. Return to 309 S. 5th St. jTpbone 1232 white. A"94 LOST Last week, tortoise shell glass is" Retard. Phone 937-red. H-87tf. h fOUSD V strange motorcycle left M SOI South Siith Su The owner in ' M...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 December 1920

I Sunday School Clashes of Christian T,.,v.nureh Hold Exercises. $Tlie loner grade Sunday cliool classes Sw vjirntian U.urch gae a ClirW , jnas program yesterday morning in the hsfement of the iimrch, wliere they hold Jheir regular classes. A song by llir ghb and boys opened the program, Jul- JoWedby: "When Christina Comes".. Robert Stiles myceember Days"... Harold BeUswinjer ' nf- H You're. Cwd" ...1'ailon .1 vfn len, Don Kurtz, Mary irjunia ? . ""l "' " (&-- .V PA Christmas Stocling"... Herbert TTait 2" DE "San'a aaus So Jolly" ...Killv X-5 White -Thomas Df.rolli) rretitr.dall, R T Marv 1rrml mr.- N..r4tn- r "T La Rue. f: S "To MateTChristmaj,". James Harrigan, '-SaBtS Qaus" EtWl Vest ".Merry Christmas"..Mjry Ilejen Mi-Ncar Song, "Christmas Sandman's Song".... 'i 1st and 2nd grades. "The Christmas Babe" Alpha Reed "Santa's Cake". Bernice McAleeter -The Chrtraas Tree". .Mary Onceda Cordon. The clewing number vrn a pantomine, calll "Luther's Candle Hymn." at the close of the pro...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

s. NING MISSOURIAN icE.Tmi ' THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920 FOUR-THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 95 11C THE COLUMBIA EVE n I m COUNCIL GIVES ' T?T3 AYfTTTQT? TO niuiiiuuxv G IS COMPANY Elimination f Increased Rates I Is Only Important Change Madi in Document. Jtf EFFECT 20 YEARS If Public Service Commission Aj'.innes Higher Price, bt. Lotus Men Will s- Uuv the riant. - j A fra ' was granted by the City Guccil !- ' ' 'M t Thomas D Mil!r. J JsHK f u'Jinaoo aoJ William M. Fitch I gantou' ibrm to purchase, maintain xjnl operate a gas plant in Columbia lor twenty vars. Tlie orJirur.ee passed was rTj a soosuiui ituiuorc ouereu iiy uosio i. .. ., -r i t t. MlMlt C, Clark, en attorney, and docs not sucti-ai n; , It is understood. Iiowrver ihal IS- 1'uWic "service Commissiiin shall Ijinrove an new rates Wore they be ceme effe in . The ordtr ii passed was practically rrM'S''tie "awt r-s that iVawn by the gas c "J . T r- . i ;' pant t ano-nr j t uoggs, witn trie e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

i fc fcr PACT, rvrn a ui THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, J920 - In the Field of Spot t of THE POT VERSIS THE m Editor the Missouium As an example of the ftlraits to hjch metropolitan sport- ing wiiiois are dnren in getting enoupli material in the oS-scason, al'ow roe to eile the column long argument put up in a kan&as til) rar b L- L. Mt-lt ta the dfeu eh-t Iu pae ipiu- Letwccn Missouri and Kanai He ha Lerfi "panned a hale by Misou y nans Utel, and it lias made him pee ish .j-1 C E. WclL lake to ta-k a recent artlfle in the Missounan tliat pointed out as worthy of mention alongside a spectacular run of Liitle of Kansas in r e Ames game, the great run b Cap- mix -Chuck" Lew of Missouri against OUahonia He describes the Mioumn writer xs fellows, -leproachfully bitin cat Bpbraiding making light of the opin i irf a nobpaiUsaQ critic and trumpm fa wi&i his on narrow partisanship. In a previous article of much the same irt, C E. McB. referred to hi own opini...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

" aS THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1920 PACE THE SOCIETY ' j - ; Il Irt- I '-.; M IK iff is 'tli i if - i i' I I Sir. and Mrs. J. P. McBaine, 9 Clen wood avenue, will entertain Thursday evening from 7 to 10 o'clock with a candy pull for Anne and Tumor McBaine. Chntmas decoration will lie nscd. Those present will be. Helen dark. Lan- ginia and Bernice McAlister, Helen and pnii jJ Dcrnice MchllM-tu. Helen and Flora Conley, Estelle Bradford, Jane Deney, Sarah and Mary Conley, .Manha Srmth, KoMhnd Mcrherson. Caroline Pail. SaHle Barth, Martha Anne Mai tin, Louise Ridgewsy, Anna Katherine Sies Richard McPherson, lbnfoey Mu lct!, Frank Harris, Roscoe Ilathman. Lo- pan K)le, Harold Kline, Junior Stephens, frank Bihr, Sonny Sykes, John Logan, Philip Vile, Sydney and Staunton Cal- Nert, Howard Payne, William If inn, Fied- die Smith, Jack Jiojes, and Dudley Mill- MkS Alice Ftrrtncy, who has been teaching lit Norfolk. Neb- arrived today to spend the holiday with her pa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

Kface four BP A7AT PRS OF TFA'5 ATTCW STEPHENS COLLEGE T" - -mm 'Trn-rr"Tn"tfT -. .a-sac Tn&F-.&srz&i&iiii:-r&&j!2fZi25r:zm :t t t ... v.a ' ''I'-'i I .cut lr:pltt . I -- ' UrC'uirr ietmo Btshop lK-ti T!r'ett I - HcrJin. lo. Peculiar, Mo. I'h'fburg Mo, ' I . ftr-"kJfriUm, , V, Urlr'aJe Sutcr M ;. Amxfci:- V.e ; ,. ? mj-W-rimmtt . "',.' itile'Suitr !'" Cmehn Stipe . . v ...JV Bfe"'" S'--firtr"JOIfa. ' . Pelmyra, Mo, P'aisburg,Mo. " ; 5? t .""' "rr'&1' Xtttie "Clemaens rndire Uttcy ' ' pt ?'"! iiavSfh Heltie tClemmeni Maarinr Riky I " - Cmthmf. Mo. ' - ' . - ' Columbui, ito. : Crfii p f - -y , a'rCIiniSTlIAS BOX TO ST. I-OUISl A imzc resar cnt4t u le - i HOLIUATS FOIJ NURSES. TOO ! THE COLUMBIA EVENING IvnSSOURIAJy, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2T, 1020. 3 AUTO THEFTS DURMG YE AR (Cars Taken for Joyrides Not I Counted One of Tlirec FoUnd. Up lo the preJCTt time, Uirro an Ian hn stolen in Lolambit dunng I'J-'U, a'. ror!ing lo tlir record of the police Je oirtment. Of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

-,9fiwmwmrr' tpme THE COLIWBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN,- TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1920 ' ' A'j-T&SSS' ' PACE.nvg .-j 3 fljj I :fcM!ASTEWr. ""nwrCT!R!sTTV"TFW; -I K,w7.mvwl&Jr -ajl - ' At Cei '- This Con- Feed d add i May. ,.!' ice Peach of tip t'uiw-nrtr I i-t ill hpemi the holida t iter I " in LonJcr, Me. I M. Kior-nc Utrri, bad cataloguer Uf Unrmvr"lhM tSI upend the I i.. L,.. . 1: .ii - ! most an. '-, ",rrel ... . fcTJr?7- " ' If (TS.BMJ n WH--I11 j Ffrle? Jmam j expecting u ' , ife- frm the I wktt t on c-f i- ,aie ter-x'te.V rollescs neat term. "Jrsv Bird mix I iH stfend the i heart -Moarj ' jic Ttac-lier Od al Kwjjiltc next terra. VHiet Way, former odnt in th N i ! if JLHftIi,mv i8 !nre for a few 'avs vMiiiof. Mr. U'oy w uo wurlunf s j reporter on a N rat Clr newspaper Mi-w ltTa ()X who ha finished er Htrk r ard btT IIuheKrs decree in the l m -. . will enter a busins ief!c '? & . r pork, a i i at a4 -fh tan- i!u cW is iay IM . mi 8 it iai ft ?rten Rdt' i' i than b n be kepi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

E3'T T V . i" , -1). ' r i-t A' , , - ,-" r " V tPV S ' " -rt - - - "'j T "" T? "" IT" rt? " PACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2j, 1928 r - 51T.-1 ft""- . k ; sv - KHfiH'iLSi $SEaamlsMit THE COLUMBIA VENING MISSOURIAN Published cvcrr evenine except Sun day by the Missourian" Publishing As sociation, Inc, Jay IL Nell Hill, Golam. bis, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Mahace cubsciuption rates City: Week, 10 cents; single copies, 5 cenu By mail in Boone County: Year, X25; 6 mo.-iths, $1.75; 3 months, 90 jents; month. 3S cenu. Outside the county: Year, $150; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cento. Pay eble iu advance. Member Audit Bureau in Crculationa Entered as second-class mail matter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate )i postage provided for in Section 1103, Ac of October 3, 1917, authorized Sep- temiwr 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMBHIS News 274 Advertising and Crculatioc 55 A HURRIED DECISION "Tis an offhand manner in which the ..Oty Council decides tilings for the re...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

irA' i - "5 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2l,- 1920 " " PAGESEVEf m Fbone S5 CLASSIFIED ADS JIalf a Cnt a Word. a Bar. Phone 65 FOR SALE FOR SALE Wood, cut Call 1009, E. IL Guitar. I FOI! HEiNT Tht-e rooms, one-hall -Work from Academic HalL 716 Centry lengm. i-jace. 1'iwne 1010-Whiie. M,f DEATH RATE IN 1919ATALOW LEVEL IN U.S. 82tf FOlt KENT Tim (urni.fir.1 r.-,.. Ur ..i. , . . 1 . . - - ,UK sau-isi oe oou ana coal. -girl.., neit semester. One block from Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile, northeast, Campua 512 S. Sih St. Plione 1303 comer Sixth S. Walnut Sta. Phone Red. m A 01 if JTS-Black. K 96 LOST AND FOUND FOUND Interscholastic Meet JleJaL Owner may obtain tame at Mksonrian office upon identification of property md paying for this ad. F-9M TAKEN "Will the person who took brown overcoat from Commerce Building between hours of 8 and 10 -Saturday re lorn same to Missourian office. No questions a -led. P 94 LOST Large lynx fur collar piece. Libtral reward. Return to...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 December 1920

T? :-? ", . , r"j4,- jgsifjks s- iij .! - Ji; Sf-- 1. " n?- m ft'1 t ; ft-Jn. ML tafe. - . TAcn nciit THE COLUMBIA" EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920. ' -- .COUNCIL GIVES GiS-COMPANY HE IGNORES STATE HIGHWAYS 'CoMmuol tnm ruga J "Xmntttioa by aajri ra, or c cr or on- -wsyrottftfi wav; it- the t dnverarii e of s- tflT r wera?e or. -rtitJi anv- irftifr ira- Pitijl taiil cii) aav desirr t mate 1BJ tine u I e in or in mi strr3 i Mr. MhnR dni not elt the official . t". riarU or jmhie pla-f , hiaSwav- betuecn Kansjs City and Su provided further, hrmevrr, tbst mmi , Lenin as a pit! of liii p'inwry system Lut State lload Commissioner Would Alt Columbia on Secondary System Gittmbtl m plartd on a secondirr trfli f reads, orcArdins to a svlem f f high planned fur construction un rirr the flD raHfion-dflliar bond isur bv John M. Mala ns, ilate high ay enrorniv (orrr Ifli )Ktrtn propor a road i tnariunf every count). The primary ' ttrm rtf J30O mile is to be built of tie , trrst mat...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

Hi a ' SHOE FACTORY TO BE CLOSED FOR TEN DAYS Necessary to Take Annual In ventory of Stock, Says Superintendent of Plant. CERTAIN TO OPEN AGAIN -5 S Fatlory at Pofplar Bluff Has Shut Down for Indefinite Period Market Is Quiet. The Hamilton Brown Shoe Company facjitf Kill close down for len day from Jjiuvry 1 to January 10, ' la (peaking ol the coming anut-down "W. IL Brasellon, superintendent of llie '" plait. said today that the factory always ceased operations at tue nrst ol tne year in onlrr that an inventory of stock may be taken. U'e usually only close for four or five dajs, but owing to the fact that we Late no ruh orders and that we are right up to our schedule we will close for ten dajs at the end of this year." he said. There is no doubt that the factory will rrw-ie operations January 10, according lo Mr Braselton. He explained that they vne always certain to hare work on hand since the majority of their work was done for one customer, the Feltman Comie Shoe Company. The sl...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

hi jurats .y Bmpagetwo THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920. wy lief Council, lias been formed, compris ing the American ueliel Administration, the American Red Cross, the American Fricnd'a Senior Committee, ihe Federal CocncU of Chnrchs, of Christ in- Amer-ica,-'106 Jewish Joint 'Distribution Cora mittee, the Knights of Columbus, lbe Y. .U C A, and the Y. W. C. A. Herbert Hoover has been made chair man and Franklin K. Lane treasurer. It is estimated that $33,000,000 will be needed this inter, 523,000,000 for food relief and $10,000,000 for immediate medical care, if widespread disaster is to be aierted. I MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE f i Edgar Jacobs left for Centralia today on business. Mrs. E. M. Carter is visiting friends in Centralia today. T. T. Simmons U in Centralia today on business. Mrs. Care- D., Crews left for Mexico PDLDREN0F EUROPE STEAL TO tET FOOD MEuropeah Relief Council to Carry On the Child Feed ingNeeds 33 Mill Ion' Dollars. CRIMES ARE ALARMING 90...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

r -- fr"5- ? -T?t- r- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1920. PAfcETOREaj .K.l ? I EDITORS LAUD ilffiRIAM'S BOOK pRcjoiec Tliat There la Such a 1'ed-lslooded fcducation. al Leader. "A bomMiell among reactionaries who wouhLiive the field of education settled and conervatIe. is tlie wax TJr. J. L. Sienam's lxk, "Child life and the Cur. rieulum, is characterized by the editor of an eastern journal. Mr. Meriam is professor of school supervision in -the University. It is A. E. Winship, editor of the Journal of Education, who -write): There are resctionaries-wbo would lave erooleiy, paralysis and atrophied nerves' all at ejee if they should read this book; dodsrft gentlemen. He says further "ThicV. ot a real reu blooded educational trailer hating Llood red enough to say that tbe-thrce lis by their very nature are SI adapted to the needs of society. Think of a book that dares to tell t-achers to start the first day in the (thool jear with a -relay race by the cluldrr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

- f ? A if fc. V V A it 1 BlCJ sK& HHBx liBUZZOFSAW IS MUSIC TO R P. MILLER One of Columbia's 6ldest and Most Experienced Carpenters Here - 37 Years. .GREW INTO THE TRADE -'Much of the Cabinet Work in University Building Comes From His Shop on Eighth. r"Jj Wei t hear the pooling plane Slipping and swishing along the grain. To cat, to taw, to smooth, to trim. To smell of kooJ, is life to hirt" Thirty-Ten yean as a carptnltr in Colombia ij the record of F. -P. Miller, , owner of the planing mill on .Eighth street south of Dorn-donry Laundry. ConstructiTe labor literally, has been his life work, most of which was done in Co lombia. The council room table and bench in Jay H. Neff Hall, equipment for chem istry, Biology and zoology laboratories and other work for the University has been dono by Mr. Miller. Whether making a talking-machine cabinet or a buffet, it is all the same with him. for he is one of Columbia's oldest and most experi enced carpenters and planers. TFhen asked why ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920'. HARDING'S VISIT TO PANAMA IS TO GOOD EFFECT Has Checked Panamanians' Feeling of Resentment To ward United States Over Land Question. PORRAS PARTY FRIENDLY President-Elect Assists Execu tive of Southern Republic in Bettering Feeling of Radicals. Br Kukjm) L. Clapper United Press Stall Correspondent, tcith President-elect Harding.) Paiajia Qtt. R. P.. LVc. 7 (br mail.) The visit of President-elect Hard- ill to the capital of the Panamanian re public is resulting in noticeable in crease in the friendlr feeling toward the I niied Mates, according to Panamanian officials and prominent Americans here. It has checked, for the time beine. a pouring undercurrent of resentment to Hard the United States which has been fanned by radical Panamanians seeking to overthrow the Porras party now in poer and arokedly friendly to the Amer. lean got eminent. Harding accomplished .this, Americans here say. by his friendly remarks at the dinn...

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