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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

e ft r-rv k r.- " t V 1S"V -r r- :V" H -W 'W -J'l? ' flT -,- K-- V S? VHP err UJJJv '?' Vji ma THE COLUMBIA EVENINCMISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, 'DECEMBER 22, 1920. iP THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. UDU&hed everr evenmv Mernl Sun. kr'ljr the Missourian Publishing As ociaUoa, Ioc, J,y H. Neff Hall, Colum- raa, aussoun. ALFONSO JOHNSON. Mixacn subscription rates Gty: Peek, 10 cents; tingle copies. cent B7 mail in Boone County: Year, A2S; 6 mollis, J1.75; 3 months. 90 Jentj; month, 35 cents. Outside the county: Year, $150; 3 aonths, IL23; month, 45 cenM. Pa) able in advance. ' 1 , 1 , f Member Audit Bureau: 01 Grculalioha Entered as second-claw mad mailer. Acceptance for mailing at special rale i pottage prorided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917, authorized Sep tember 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMBrSS Newt 274 Adrertisins and Circulation - 5? THANKING THE CHURCHES thilq,Clumbia is being grateful dor ing the Yule-tide for the good things dur. ing the past year let her not forget the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

; ,- ;.."' s ' - . , m CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent s Word a Day. Phone 53 FOR SALE ITOR SVLE To lady's Winter coils. Good as new- uil immetiiately at 302 CJlrgt aicnue. I.tft FOn SALE -Best Sloe tsooJ and miL Prices rean-hle. E. T: tfilo. northeast corner Sixth S. Walnut Sts. Phone JTJ-Blaci- K-102 FOR hALE Wood, cut any length. i Call 1009, E. II. Cuitar. 82tf FOR SLE Bei Hoe wood and coaL Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile, northeast corner Smli & Walnut Sis. l'lione 373-Blacl. K-9fi LOST AXU rOUND LOST One blue middy blouse, hile ' braid around cellar and pocket. Finder please notify Imperial Tailoring Co. Phone 02. 1 95tf. LOsT BlacL fill, handbag contain. jag about S3, glue. and card bearing name of tt. K. Jonra. Finder please .leave at MU.-nurian office. J-93 FOU.ND Inlerscholastic ilert McdaL ihrnrr may obtain same at Missourian L'ffice upon Identification o property Jjind pa)icg for this ad. F-93:f LCT L s. uccL. tnrlt.se shtll class is. Re-art I'bone 937 red. H7if. MISCELLANE...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 December 1920

S" V '? y ."- fWGEnCHT - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN,' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920. SPORTSMANSHIP' m TRIAL. SAYS ;NEW PMPHLET i.. ' M. U. StllrW fnllnfil Pillilisri. 9.6u T 5 ,cs Leauet on Honor Ssystem io Koom Here lor Cheaters." iWILL TIGER SPIRIT FAIL? Report to Proper Authorities I ersons Found Abusing Privileges, Says Publication. E." ' "Sportsmanship is on trial. Till the Tiger spirit fail?" -'ndcr this head a pamphlet has hern issued by the Student Council in an ef fort to show every student his or her re tnonsibility in regard to the Honor Sjs tcm. The pamphlets have been distribut ' ed to organizations and class, and the council expects to put one into the nanus . tf every student. "VTe beliere that the Honor System can be made as big a success in all the schools as it, has been in the School of law and the School of Medicine if each s student realizes that he or she has a re sponsibility in it," said Fred JJdean, student president, in dicussing the new pamphlet. Wc wa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

' - tfA' ' l v - ' n ,4 COLUMBIA EfENING MSSOURMN v.l . THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920. FOUR.THIRTY O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 97 THE I si ierrY to fight FOR PLACE ON PRMARYROAD "t Commercial Club Protests Plan to Sidetrack West Half If Route, 'OTHER COUNTIES TO AID Meeting of Cross-State Highway Representatives Is fro posed to Carry Mat ter to Legislature, John M. Malang. head of the Missouri $We Highway Board will not be permit. pi to pat lAlamblt and the western asH of the Old Trails road arbitrarily on i secondary road basis without a vigorous protest. tUl Oub decided this at a luncheon at lie Daniel Booce Tavern today when they L adopted a motion requesting a state con- station of the Missonri Old Trails Atso- ration to be held in Colombia in the sear future. This contention will plan to place before the next Legislature the frights and claims of the Old Trails road to be classed as the official cross-state trootr. connecting Kansas Gty and St. Btlo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

!-V j- c THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23,"l920. PACE TRTO & V Of & life.-' PUBLIC HEALTH WORKERS JOIN TO HELP U.S. )r. M. P. Ravenel, of University 'Ol Missouri Is Rcpre . sentativc in New Organization. JNINE BODIES AFFILIATE Movement Is Developed at All- Amencan Conference on Venereal Diseases at , Washington. The All-America Conference on Ven ereal Disease, held in Washington, D. C December 6 to II, -Has ihe most import ant meeting" of its kind erer held in any country, according to Dr. Maryct P. J!aenel, of the School of Medicine, who recen'Jy returned from the confer ence. This meeting is the first of the regional conferences in arious parts of the world to plan measures for combating venereal diseases. , The purvrcc of the conference as to reTiew past, efforts in th's field and to decide upoi, future actiyifes. tee pres idents of t'as conference were present from Argentine, Brazil, Honncra, Jlex Jco, V&ngay, Santo Dorainro, Chile, Cuba, Porto ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

?, V4 t .THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN,-' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920. PACE THREE RAISMGFOXES ? IS NEW HOBBY Neighbors Mistake Howling of Wild I'cts for Cries of Children in Pain. Tko of llie foira ran bad. into their Itir. One crouched ii jhe grocgj, qui. iiaat, ana K3kl.rU the intruder with alert rje. A No, it was not in ihe woods. It "was ia tlie bacic jard of the liome of A. J, ' Durant, 815 CoU-gr arenue. Mr. Durant caugut the foxrs last April on a farm south of Columbia. He ob- Oincd file, all of them cubs. Since then lo of them hae escaped. The three others occupy a wire cage and a uk-n ilen m the )arA They are not tame, although he caught thnn Tery oug. Tj of them will not come out of the den while there are jieo- p!r near. Ihe oilier is not afraid of Air. Durint bat becomes frightened when a stringer approaches. None of them i sleeps in the den; tliey all crouch in "tire iBuddle of the wire cage, in the open. Jarisg the night. TIkt arc fed meat, bread and vegc- Me They ea...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

""?! TSR f3S ,M '-3 f"&!& "4 f-?;1 V -" , THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER" 23, IMf. MCE FOCK m k I' Sr It 13 K s Kb s s 8J s BULLFIGHTING .5JSTILL POPULAR 1 WITH MEXICO Commissioner of Education of 1 -Mexico bays Training ot loreauors is strict Before Fight. LARGE CROWDS ATTEND -Seal of Mexico Was Taken '4 From Legend of Aztec In- dians on Founding , Capital City. The port of flaunting a red flag in a, bulls fsce. the oripn and tradition of the seal of Mexico and other Mexiai customs were told by Crrpjrio Quintero. CbmmisMoner of Ecljcation -f ileiico. dorine ha recent Tisit to the University. 'Balldghtine is considered a fport in Mexico, and thoe ho take part in it train as carefully and as enthusiastically, according to Senor Quintero, as football players do in this country. This train ing often begins in the early jears of the boys life, lie is taken to one of the cattle ranches and taught the best meth ods of approach. A tame old oqw is used for early ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

THE COEUMBlA EVENED SngS'OURTAN,- THUR'SDA?, DECEMBER 23, 1929. POPULAR IDEA I OF WEATHER IS ALL WRONG 'Local Forecaster Discusses the Why and Wherefore of Changes Climate. in ?FIVE FACTORS CONTROL IVinters in Grandfather's Time Jut Like the Ones We rhrve Now, According. to Reeder. Br CconcE Reed eh Meteorologist Vnutd States Feather Bu reau. f Tritten lor the Columbia Evening Missourian.) The notion that our winters are mild. rr now than thev were in the time of nni- piwifithers is pretty thoroughly in- piiccd fd perjtfnt. f I MS talking to a woman teacher ard once on the art of cooiudc. I Bade the passing remark that such a abject seined to make an easy job for Ur, "On the contrary," the replied, "it it my AfTfcult, for the reaonlUat evenr vomas attending my class is a self-ap pointed eipert cook. We meteorolor. ku aIo hare that trouble. The Heather is the most talked about and least under- stood el subjects. Tko or more persons nrejy meet but what the weather is raen nonnL "It is...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

3sws "5- '-""ai.wS'g i i THErOIUMBIA mNmcMftsoumft-Tl FAGE"SDr.u, -si-r THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day fcT the Missourian Publishing As odation. Int. Jay IL Neff Hall Colum Ha, Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON. Maitacm CUBSCMPTION RATES City: Week, 10 eenu; tingle copies, 5 cent Br mn to Boone Count;: Yew, &2S; 6 moaths, $1.75; 3 months, 90 .icnts; month, 25 cents. Outside the countr: Year. $150; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cent. Pa) able in advance. Member Audit Bureau o Circulations Entered as second-class mail matter. Acceptance for mailing at special rate X postage provided for in Section 1103, Ac of October 3, 1917, authorized Sep tember 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMBEHS News 27 Advertising and Circulation 55 2HE BIG CHRISTMAS TREE Christmas cheer will be abroad in the land when Columbia gathers around the community Christmas, tree on the East Campus of the University Friday erening. It will be an opportunity to share joy with others. Small faces th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920. !-5 PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS HU a Cent a Word Dj. wSS FOR SALE r FOR SALE Two lady's winter coits. food as new. Call immediately it 302 CsSrge aienue I-96tf. i FOR SALE Best Stove wood and tceal Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile, faerlbeast corner Sixth & Walnut Sis. 4jboiie 371-Black. K-102 Y rflR SAI.K Unnd. cut nnv length. 82if "fall 1009, E. H. Guitar. LOST AND FOUND I LOST Black silk handbag contain- about S3, gknes. and card bearing of m. K. Jones. Finder please at Missourian cilice. J.93 F0UM-Interseholasiic Sleet Medal Oitcer may obtain same at lissourian Rke upon identification of property FuJ ptjing for this ad. F-93tf EU)Sr Last week, tortoise shell glass- Krwrd. Phone 937 red. H-87tf. MISCELLANEOUS" PANTED Repair work on rubber fin for go-carts and baby carriages. JdepboM 131 1-Black. N-86lf BOARD AND LODGING II&F0R RENT One room, for girls, one Mist from ttest Campus; at reasonable Phone 824-Black. K-91t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 December 1920

VTB I 1 was. K ' . ' -PACE EIGHT THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1920, INCORPORATION LAW IS SOUGHT BY J. B. POWELL Former Columbian in Washing ton on Behalf of U. S. Business Men in I Orient. ASKS CHANGE IN TAXES proved by all of the Chambers of Com cmre of the Pacific Coast, the National Foreign Trade Council, and the Cham ber of Commerce of the United States, which has offices in 'Washington. Mr, Sella will visit in the East before be- ginning his work for the American busi ness men. Mr. Powell, will viit at his old home in Hannibal, Mo, and later the University of Columbia. Daring Mr. Powell's absence in America, tho man agement of Millard's Review will be in the hands of Don D. Patterson, associate editor of the magazine. Says Excess Profits Measure Hamipers Partnership Willi Chinese May Visit Here. The following news article from the fopan Advertiser about 1. B. Powell, a former teacher in the School of Journal- isn of the University of Missouri, reached...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN sit THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920. NUMBER 98 Best Wishes From The Columbia Evening Missourian bt alilerru Cbrteltna EPWi ftlURRY FOUND SHEAR CHICAGO. SAYS MESSAGE iTclegram Signed "John Abbott" Says He Is on Farm Ap parently Unbalanc ed Mentally. FATHER TO BRING HIM jParent Goes at Once to Try to Identify Columbian Mis sing Since Novem ber 22. Roy M. Murry, automobile salesman, tho nivieriously disappeared from Col vshia on November 22, is believed to be tie firm of John Abbott, near the tolskirts of Chicago. lite yesterday his wife received the fall-sing telegram from Chicago: "Rot Jforr is on my farm. Mind seems to hr unbalanced. Shall I send him to Cen- nana? John Abbott" Toe address ol Uie sender was not gum. It Mas said at the telegraph of fice here that the message was sent from a suburban office in Qiicago. Dr. P. II. Slurry, father of the missing ran. and Policeman William Miller aiotocrd to Centralia last night...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

PACE TWO THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920. H IV MEXICO MUST SOLVE LABOR PROBLEM NOW Foreign Agitators Creating Un rest Among the Ranks t of tiie Working i . People. STRIKES ARE COMMON President Obregon Hopes to Remedy Trouble by Pass ing Labor Law and Other Mctliods. Br Rkirn II. Tiuix Wmird Press Slap Corrrsfonckmu) "Wasmmiton, Dec. 2i When General Alv&ro Obregon finished vtiih Ins inau Kuralion at president of Mexico the other day ami took over his desL in the nation. al palace. his firM remark to the newly appointed cabinet was probably Some thing Iile this: "Aow ihen, gentlemen, let's get Vork on tins labor situation!" Obregon may not have used just those tvords, but lie realizes ith all ctTtawtv tliat Mexico's indutnal situation repre sents the most critical internal probltm that the counry faces today. Obregon's friends ileclare that liad lie been able to occupv the presidential hair directly fol lowing the overthrow of Carraiua, Mex ico would hav...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

'I ' 4THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920. ' ; pace three i I $ Ml I If f -1 Us ha s $ -F i - CHRISTMAS IS ALREADYOVER FOR RUSSIANS But Albanians Will Be Thirteen Dajs. Laic in Starting Their Celebration of Day. riLIPnO BANDS PARADE Foicign licsidei'ls of Columbia Tell lwut Holiday Cus toms in Their Nat ive Lands. iou arc late in celebrating Christinas in i'ii count," saiil Nathan Maron, a MndcU in the University "In Russia He crlr'-ate it December 12 thirteen davs ahead of tim-. Wh-n we observe Christ. ins- e jut spend it in the unbounded tn"l "f merriments: the country folk con to 'own loaded with presents for trir rdatnes and fiiends living in the citi-s and the farmers carry on their tbouMcrs pi;s to lie prepared for Christ mis dirncrs. On the contrary the Albanians lag be- lumL inev float become excited when December 23 -crac. bnt instead wail thrtern l.s latcrTTheit tte people start a grana anil glamus blowout. iuci Mantiuu, proprietor of the New York Ii...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

r w?"S fwf ' "v "3S-fcM?c,5'w3P!;t . r Lii. ' - '" . .- keiMKmBSSviV!v--x JL-"- tT,J.'-. t .5t'ibwf 'Tijr'A! -SNo-'- ? -- 'ywr THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1920. IT. - ' ' i ' my v ' - i-Aci: FOCH It : CADET CORPS -HAS1NIND00R l' RIFLE RANGE , Electric Lights Used in Attic S? of Academic Hall for Target Practice of z R. O. T. C. H SOME GOOD SHOOTING .Will Hold Contest With Other Schools of District A Larger Match Next i Summer, A rifle range for the stmlnts in the Ii. O. T. C cadet corps has been provided in the top floor of Academic Hill. Up at a place that even the carpenters for got to finish there has been arranged a gallery. The shooting is done by means of electric light that is not as bright as it might be, but in spile of all difficulties some remarlable records are made. The lessons in markmanship are given as a necessary part of the R. O. T. C. instruction and are included in the courses of all standard covemment schools, The range worL here is con...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

AUSTRIA NEEDS 338 TONS OF FOOD WEEKLY The American Relief Adminis tration Must Aid 300,000 Children in Vienna Alone This Winter. A GENERATKMENACED 96 Per Cent of Boys and Girls Under 17 Are Under nourished Few Under 6 Are Helped Now. Cricaco. Dec. 2J-Approiiinately 338 wra ui.nutciu.tn iooa 10 De tamed each rck into the nourishment of. 300,000 Austrian children under the age of 17 b the program that must be met daring the coming winter by the American Re- Iirt Administration European Children's F"nd K wholesale starvation is not to re fill. This was the announcement made recently by Herbert Hoover at the fund leaaquariers, Uroadway. The extent of the malnutrition in Aus tria is sufficient to menace the future of u entire generation. Mr. floorer ;.l - . According to most recent estimates, 96 per cent, or, szitm, ot the children in the city of Vienna alone are seriously undernourished. At present, the American Relief Ad ministration by its system of food kitch vu is able to feed 73 pe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

f PE - . r ' ' r TUT? nmrrhA-DTA VENiNG'MiSSOURIAN' v fublished every evening eacept Sun. oar by the Missoorian Publishing As tociation, Inc, Jay IL.Neff" Hall, Colom- wa, Missouri. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Mahicei SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty: Week, 10 cent; tingle copies. Z cents By mail In Boone County: Year, &2S; 6 months, J1.75; 3 mordhs, SO jenls; month, 3S cents. Outside the. county: Year, ILSO; 3 momhs,"$1.25; month, 43 cents. Pa). able' in advance. Member Audit Bureau o. Circulations Entered as second-class mail matter. Acceptance lor mailing at special rate s! postage provided for In Section 1103, Ae of October 3, 1917, authorized 'Sep tember 26, 1918. TELEPHONE NUMBEHS New 274 Advertising ami Grculalioc ..- .55 IN THE SPIRIT WE. GIVE-, . Tis Chiistmas Eve. Tonight we arc again in ,lhe joy of the anniversary ol that night some 2,000 years ago when the angels spoke to the shepherds on the hills of old Judea, "Unto sou is horn this day a Savior," and the heavenly hosts sang, "On earth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

1 Is la? I r ., .,J i ' - " THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1'920. , ' ' pacesptew CLASSIFIED ADS nan a cent Phone H FOR SALE f)R SALETwo lady's winter coals. C00J as new. Call immediately at 302 College avenue I-USif. FOR SALE--Best Stove wood and' CIRLS-Room and board; hot water cmL Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile, j heated house and hot water at all times; northeast corner Sixth & Walnut Sts. j bath on each floor. 115 Uitt Su Call Fbon 373-BlacL. K-102iany time after 6 p.m. C-83tf FOR SALE Wood, cut CaU 1009, 11 1L Cuitar. length. 82lf LOST AND FOUND LOST' Black silk handbag contain in; about $3, gloves, and card bearing name of W. K. Jones. Finder please leave at Missourian office. J.98 FOl ND- Interbcholaslie Meet Medal Owner may obtain same at Missourian office upon identification of property tod paing for this ad. F-93tf LOST Last week, tortoise shell glass . Reward. Phone 937-rrd. H-87tf. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Repair work on rubber " tires for go-carts...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 December 1920

- 2TY r-q ft t . i K 1ZT IF' fPACE EIGHT TABLE SHOWS DECLINE FROM PEAK MONTHS Most Abrupt Drop in Whole- sale Prices Since Six Months Following Civil War. CREDIT STILL AVAILABLE ueview of Market Situation Is Made by Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis. ' Not since the lit months following the Civil War has thrre been such an abrupt decline in the wholesale prices of nearly all commodities, as recently, according to the December review iuued by the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank. Food pro. luct apparently reached their peak lat Slay, vthile textiles ard leather wert higher during the first two months of the jear than they have been since. Metals seem to have felt the force of the price decline most strongly in July. Men's clothing has been reduced from 33 to 50 per cent, but some of these re ductions have not been made by retailers jet. A new price lecl for wool has brought about a reduction for lines of prii.s c'othirg of 'etviern 25 and S3 per cent below prices for fall and winter go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 December 1920

"ROYMURRYIS I BACK;1NDAZE, SAYRELATIVES i Columbian Who Disappeared Nov. 22 Is brought Back From Chicago to m This City. RATHER TELLS OF TRIP f sSays He Met Son in Depot, Ac companied by Stranger Who Walked Away Without Speaking. Jior M. Merry. Columbia automobile man, who disappeared mysteriously. kvrmber 22, more than a tnonlli ago. Is ff-k tn lAiumuia. pre arrned Christmas morning, aecom. mled by his lather. Dr. P. II. Murry. Jaod Policeman William MiUer. He left :ix train at More's Switch and was Lbclpal into -waiting automobile and j taken Jo the home of bis father-in-law, I F. W- Allen, on Paris road, where his r wife is now living. 'j, Persons who saw Jum leave the train . -1 .1. I - I . J- . saiu mat iiuni a snon oistance ne ap peared to be normal. Today his relative sold be acted and Isoked like a man in a daze. Mr. Allen said be staved in bed most of the time. aJUoush he did not sleep much. Marry s ..-. --- , tody bears no scars or other evidence t,&t be had been hurt ...

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