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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 September 1920

J&i rm. j " die Tie . CaBBssiLoad cv -'-. T 'TfT.l'!'' i E SLENDER SAY SAY FASHIONS on Modistes Make Dis tinction Between Girlish and Mature Lines. rHwEAR PAINTED DRESSES Hats for Flappers Severe; of Vivid Colors for Older Women. By MARGARET WALTER. LONDON. Auiul 18, (by guU Down, down slips the waistline and slimmer shrinks the hips mad busts of the new fill models. The bads and frunu are no longer Sat, they are con care and a view of some of the most sttracthe dresses, especially those lot emint and sport learn the vagse in. srrwion that the women lm must wear these clothes have never had a good round meal in their liies and wouldn't if they could. ji Among the prettiest modds are those Jor very joiing gins anaaeoutanles. the really smart dressmakers now all hare. special departments (or the jetue fiUe and special mannequins who exhibit the dresses designed for this type. There is a distinct effort being made In the famous salons to draw a line between mature women's clothes a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 September 1920

-g?rr agCTaBtagitt&caBM iiiwjmmaK3sMWWi - l -T.-T-' -l"JJ. i'lawi p $! s -tj , -".nf ,-V Cv r ,s - ' r , TPr ' "f ? k ? ft 4 PACE SIX TOT! mniMBIA' EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDASEPmiBER l"4, 1920 l I r They wdl 'C,T1: Philadelphia thin month on the U. & & St Louis, for Turkish waters. HABISE EXLISTJIE5TS POSSIBLE AJtUSIAXS JOIX JCAKITCS ateXaJM (o Hut ftr Relatives In Sear East, WASHINGTON. Sept 14-Ponderous Btg,d Second Division Opca To government machinery ga nay to senti- Ex-Service 9(0. meat today when Major General John A. Lejune, commandant of the marine corps v" '. "!X,. ,.. uttorixed.the re-enlistment of Peter' WASHINGTON. SepL-.H.-By an or M.r;. .j p..!. si,..,,,, t... der of Major General John A. Leiune. Armenian, who .erred in the A. E. F. tcouimandant of the marine corps, all units Sixth Machine Gun BattaTlion are now to be recreated. The Fifth and Sixth Infantry regiments were cited three times by the French high command, and the Sixth machine gunners twice, an...

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 September 1920

...MMnj L L1 i ..i i ii i i ii . jii,. .1 -JJJ Wl l- ?. r-. ill THE COLUMBIA E U v .V . ." 49 Ttm THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920 NUMBER 12 TWO FIREMEN PROTECT CITY AGAINST LOSS Department Is Crippled by Los3 of Two Men Four Required. MORE MONEY NEEDED Chief T. M. Walden Unable to Fill Vacancies From Present Budget. Columbia today i far short of its normal fire protection. Two firemen. bo hare been on duty twenty-four hours a day since last Wednesday, are at the fire station to man the truck and try to do the wore of four men, in case an alarm come, in. The nature of the Columbia Ere de partment equipment requires a minimum of four men to render efficient service. One man is needed on the truck, another at the fire-plug, while the other two are necessary to couple hor, and get the stream phying on the blaze. With only two men it is impossible to get two streams of water on a fire. This means that adjoining houses must be left to their fate. With the...

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 September 1920

--was- - j--, 'J. ff- - " I I . . .. . w j-fKV KnmaB , yVV -"gSf? " -"Wr j-jr- JVV V- pr m.rr v 5t J a ' 5 ' i i 'two UNIVERSITY NEWS tfpfifcd l edueaST V'lius P-PP. William Steele and Lewi, fnjaicai education. The list in..c. . ;nj ,u. h,, ,. -tClrlt srnuir. ... :: zm ,-: "u '"""" - 3a (osiumnr-. i!8""5 Bom n 1.. r- i . MM-lfor W I :. i-..tj"V.r" e:-aa. . " "-v ii ujuuuni. .HISS .hlffiah I..L. 1. . . - PuTT.-. " a post at toe ft Beta J&IKirT. ' "" eeks. t&afla-iMarie Mnier, who has beeiv '. Ute : Alpha Delia Pi house since week. i.. ..... i .. l i CHUcothe. SltuwUl:. -i.t 4'litw 7r..r.', . "" " V".lon. Vale and the Navy. Uoriog the .. al iLoJ ;r;,T ,,r.,:"" nmeated to' meet In ih- Y VT r -. S a, ,, tnr6 L C IArth"1- :Mr.TWsie has been a guest at the P1T?JZ!:0S., Mnthr 1... u. 2 T.i . , , etr ha, churned he rv.ce, of J. vLo,0 Tn .,he Ymm,7 Minnesota, who will have charge of tk in viusal instruction and who will ho serve as associate professor in agri erfturat education. Prof...

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. — 15 September 1920

tSr II'S! . COSMOPOLITAN CLUB MEETS m I.snt Joint PrfMvmM. Utih H nthpr M. F. Ora-aniaationg. The Cosmopolitan Club held its first neeting of the year at the Y. M. C A. building Tuesday evening. FJiseo Qui nno, president introduced the new mem btr to the club, Chu Hsiao, treasurer, read his report for the last year and pro posed that names of new American mem iers, all of whom were elected. The president outlined briefly the ac irities of the club for the present school year. One of the main features of this rear's- social entertainments will be the joint programs with University organiza dons such as the Y. M. C A, Y. W. C A, Clennon Qub and others. This ac tion was suggcted by the University ad visor for the club. Dr. Mary O. Hover. iryu. uover. , The following compose the asmopoli- ,n dub: , Phibppines: FJseo Quinno, Paul R. t'erzosa, V. Marfori, Alfredo Francisco' Pascual. Alfredo balvatierra, Jose lac- jltad, Petrino Alava, Manuel Lijauco, Tonus Lazarte, Prudencio Carza. Argent...

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. — 15 September 1920

2y--f w--j'j''.,"-wi ifu'wi. ,ur. " ..I l'LTl'HHi.JMJi T4!J j.- o?g m-yi' - - 1. ;.yACE FOUR it - THE COLUMBIA . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1920 EVENING MISSOURIAN ( fiHtil.iw' mii umLlukf Ha iwr tun. cdwku. iii.i.tt, iiim !. scasceimoN tci rlljl Uaatk, W fnu, mrrk. it ttmn; atala - ? .. " ' r Bad) ia Imm Caoltl Yaar. MJSi avaaikaILtti t mill. M aeatt, Ow .Jk, aaaaiii Ynt. M4l asilw. W-JJl (Mala tnn. Virile la iaVaai.. 1 Maneay, tap km J CbnlaUaa. aaana MCMl-tUM aun biiim. " tmtt Ur'aUlae M aaaeial Ma al Mi r Ua I- la tWcUa USJ. An -( Ocukev J. J1T. aaiaaiiaal Jthi 2a. Hit TaXKMiONS NCalKaS Nf ...... , 5 AawnJatae w4 CbtaUMaa. - DhU (Vukn 1. laa aut Hka H n- u U laa VTfjUU (las, aaa-aaaiia. lorn h the growing of the fatally 1U hi the greater respect for the InoWdnaUtT tf'even the smallest Member, ret til being rabjcct to control by a recognised family code of morals, so may the ra tion of the world be bound ocrwr without 'losing any. rights of aelf -de...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 September 1920

--t. - IB 1IM"ltl,r,'rg'"-'"""' n m rfinrmiTrniirii -ifTTTr i (i.-i.i r ...i iv5 W - )NDON GIVEN LINCOLN BUST hu Root Presents Gift ' American People to British. of SCOUTS ASSIST Root, Bryce and Lloyd George are Among Visitors at the Ceremony: LONDON, Srpt. 15. In a drowning taoosands of Londoners witnessed snveilme, of (he statue' of Lincoln. replica of the work of St. Caudens Lincoln rait, Uiicago. hich was a ft of the American people to the Brit- people and formally presented by Koot. American Boy Scouts, here for the it international Boy Scout Jamboree, the unveiling enclosure. Eich- Gvil War veterans, residents of ion. were happily in evidence, some their old uniforms, all of them with The British Prime Minister, the of Connaught, Viscount Bryce, other British statesmen, the lean Ambassador, the dignataries of iinstex Abbey, a black bishoo South Africa. London officials and Westminister Abbey choir, all stood more than a half-hour in the cold pour while the full ceremony was la...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 September 1920

Ei--' K- "f1 rV ,i4'm$&! Of'piK.ffSgP -rj .v rl m . r . a $1 u K", ml ."fe i Wl " A . I ' aH lS 1 THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1920 SPORT likely looking bunch of warriors, possi-. bly little heavier than former Tiger quad). Football w armors fteV,r I"' " froin "h" WART SEASON TODAY l gI'e b,U lo T,r,"r " n wilh ? Tk- U.I.II , ,,. I grim determination written on their hen. tl!to!ZZ?.!?'n '? I920 "" ""'J M"" "no WCTe " . either last 'SUB bFTl!?' "".J". command frnt; y.rsity or freshman .quad .re on i " "n "en cld in football re-l.u. :,ij faced the co.ch. Tbeae men have . "" '., , lll M , ,,, .. eoMcfenioB, for the last two week. ' A" of thne .'"" "e i.mbued w,,h ODe A cettia nin k k . !Li .l i'nbiect: to be in on kerD.ns un the nan - uva-wii MW01C IMW1'-'- r aj- roagh varioua exercises. They ire a , set by Missouri last season. THEY ARE HERE! New Fall Hate Jump into that new Fall hat. Today is Fall Hat Day, and you surely want to come out in a new one....

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. — 16 September 1920

EVENING MISSOURIAN i . . . - i-2&a THE COLUMBIA K --.- THIRTEEN! H YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1920 KI1MHEI 1-3 " fJiHUi-tK Xt- i, """ ' v "' I.- i .... . , If to i LOOKING FOR THE RADICAL IN AMERICA Nina Wilcox Putnam, Author, Traveling Across Conti nent by Auto,' Stops in Columbia. PRAISES MIDDLE WEST Has Found Nothing But the Highest Sentiments and Ideals of Americanism So Far. Halts yibcoTcrj In Columbia "I just happened to discover the . School of Journalism,' said Mrs. Nina Wilcox Putnam, who passed through Columbia today on a trans continental tour. "We drove into town lal night. We were tired and were looking for nay place to stop for the night. Our chauffeur, a typ ical New Yorker, remarked, "This is a keen town. "We stopped at the Daniel Boone Tavern. I bought a paper. The Co lumbia Evening Missourian. It was a wonderful paper for a small town. "Inquiry developed the fact that 1 was in the teat of Missouri's Uni versity and that the paper was pub '...

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. — 16 September 1920

Lfccr r ... " V a ' $ ,'AttTVO J il5G LECTURERS HERE &!?'' Stnornm' rink VI... ? World Problems. "swing of l..J-nl. .J r 1 !rr.?t",e Of -the Christian ConMrnr. "enoc"cr ,O0b w.5 held yesterday K-Jttfl. )., .. fj., ""! rcprcscniea me siu- iST "J the faculty members present r were c a cti.- i n n . , r. , - t """"u, ii. . crown, a. w. &T-j m. w. Watkins were suggested by the (acuity members, hue not been fully decided upon. It is the intention of the. organization, in many cases, to bring to Columbia prominent men to speak before the club. The first lecture will be delivered in the early part of October, others to follow . . I, t . -.A.L. i . : i ai iniervai" m im wva. prelimuiaty plans - 1'rcwous to ine nrsi meeting ot the club.au catensite campaign will be con. ducted for a minimum membership of 200 members. Arrangements will be made for the speakers to address all UWeUb 01M, , km ,-.... I '""K"" 5nroIkd .in ,he department of diiri. 2. v '"isoci,i science ana to explain the ...

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. — 16 September 1920

AT THE HOTELS. ' .jwaukee; Jame. W. Hill. Enid, OklL-J ,IW folloning persona registered je-iSIr- M. P. er. WarressbuTg; Jl. L "tail " 1 D""'1 B" Tavern: Mr. 'C,lllT 'Wal1 Valiberg, Oklahoma Gtv. ' - -2 Mrs. C E. Plank, C M. Whelan.l T,,e ""''"'"'K P registered . ' , i i . ir n , . I tenia) at the Athena Hotel: Leroy Zab .'Oj B. Jn. J. C ,n Bebber, G L.'rillfrrt Baffle; Mn, j tlrag. 0- P- A1,- Kan Gtr; Annie, Sorlnrfield. I1L: Norma Harm. Ml. Zon. f IriBtMC Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harrington, ML; Mr. Oma Wenti, Gladys Went. uJT S BdU .. r Leach, C C. Konen, "eeatur. 111.; .Marvin Uoyle, Columbia; - iB. SA. J. W. Samoel. William J- L Hoop,, Crocker Mo.; l&Up. o - R1U- . T ..' f . ndenon ion. -sturgeon, .Mo.; oeorge Ulackburn. ij, ...1-. . ..- A. P. PRAISES THE WORK OF FRANK KING s" , ii . . M - - -j 4" THE C0LUMBL4. EVENmgMISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER J6. Togft can army officer a companion It mi a perilous trip. He had no special fa cilities rode over a disorganired railroad system a...

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. — 16 September 1920

"ffy'y l 'E'a'Wil wfc-111 j ' ' 'fijj1 .' -;. sswyjr ?w jr-.rrvprm-'igym s- IKs-"" 3?kJ 4 a Ejoun fewi- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY: SEPTEMBER 16, 1920 1... ' uwi mbc nm an,, t, a. S'lL.Tv?,'1 WWIm. lC J.j II. E.v .H,, . Miik. as ',., ..iv ik - -- .i..u 't'-,vu aw ( , ym. ant t M.TJ: I ..' M ctais. Ik. mmiii Yru. I4.S.I aMiki. Ik 45 fMb. Paa.kla la aa.alra. M Ct ;.- S Aiill Iiim W Omlattw. 'SHIS4 aa Ian i 1 1 awea Zat auttU. .. 1.1 .... . SMJr ' mU V". Art J CktaWi J, WW. ,TT -" z. no. TELFTHONE WJUKU a$ ! a4 On-alaiUa. Jzjlnt - jJ-TOMU-fcufc, i. ,k. k., 4 aa u tka Vinbh aULt. ,.2?l ii atlica ill ra- Vliak Bias, imuh i I HC3UX Jfj?1P";'f"qur Japan, the treasure box of -"aSiJrjenm customs and the assimilaior of -SKr j- - - - eaodera progress, must tolve her problem y toon. 'Thousands of her people re won dering where tomorrow breakfast will come from. Every day Japan foe out, looka over her narrow bit of. territory and ' shakes her head. Japan ia human and is sorry for ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 September 1920

t tlMMERFPR FAD POPULAR Sew York Sales Show Gain Despite Season and Thermometer. SOCIETY DECREES IT I fifth Avenue Scene of Many Contrasting Modes ot rash- ion's Latest. NO CAUSE FOR .SHORTAGE; . SUGAR EXPERT DECLARES TIffiCQLTOgIA EVENmC JflSSOURIANTTOSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1920 PACETTVK (Caul Tiro St.tt Cetreeeleece ) Jif YORK, Sept. 10. Summer fur ales are II ttaxing hot in Uua lime rkr. and inled of furs being placed is Morale ihrjr are taken home for im adult near. Although the iuU-lenfth vrapsand dolmans of Hudson seal, squir- r kolinsky are not mucu in eviocner. E. A. Logan, agricultural statistician for Missouri, has just recehed the Re sults of a special study of the sugar aitna. tion in the United States by.L. AL-sta. brook, chief of the Bureau of Crop Esti mates. . Mr. Estabrook sas .that the total amount of (agar grown io the United States and imported rforing'the rear end ing June 30, was 11, 178.070,000 pounds. Ul Una MUifKOmo poands were export ed, leaving available fori...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 September 1920

TBHBpf" """ ,?WW!,)(fJpw " " 3?!j9 tfsJhJ " . rff-r & --- &V I -r- Ei&'. ax scr-t'i' TOE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOMHAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEAfBER 16, 1920 'Ai fas Ban i P . . . - ifr fed aJxmt Co, lU'iI, - "t of ifce Uaiini Stain. Utile riBMlga bottolisam .Derin An f Colaaibiaas baring ttain- Ham w xMUV . ?i rrA. and Baskrt-Xaalaa; fcy JfarfctaetT. For years il " believed that ma chine could never be made which would wore wicker baskets aad furniture But a machine wrucn produces flawlcw work at thirrjr times the speed of the beat haad wtaiing b now in use. Gnat Is Kin la SwKserlui. Switzerland is the only country in the world where the goat is placed ahead of all other animals, and eren of human be ings. Jail faces anyone who molests it. We Vie the Franklin Printing Price List !lSf M """ ? ouyt printing frjVWiaWO SttV a Itnr .V It M l, , ' r f"vv fvi iwi HI awe CT the luL. The nriiorr win re artrra in the lilt iritf re. Uf Williams to 8. toils. ; air awrjria o proft, doing the D...

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. — 17 September 1920

stt.- -- ,5sr, 3 THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920 NUMBER I "31 y?" jtar mnwc h-skii JMimariiiwaiJvT-i3H'i-i-stas-riJi-Ti'iAW '!.' 'ShwaumBaaaa ajau 30Mibwi.Bui iipbi jw-in- vxu iisv. v:r -m- -i - a.- vii av w .- .a..- e !k ,. tl - i p ".'.- v -.' . ,. - - - -- f- . T v r v i v , o. at- , ,, Jm EVENING MISSOURIAN I : . PLANS FOR BOY SCOUT CABIN ARE ACCEPTED Scout Council Gives Loomis Unanimous Vote of Thanks for His -Efforts. EVERYTHING DONATED . Will Be of Logs With Brick Fireplace and Council Room Second Floor a Dor mitory. Plant drawn by C W. Loomis for the Bar Seoul cabin to be built southeast of Columbia were accepted by the Scout Council last night and a unanimous vote of thanks given Mr. Loomis for his ef forts ia the matter. The cabin will be forty feet Jong and eighteen feet wide and of unhewn logs and rough siding. The large fireplace chimney and other trimming. Wjll be of brick. On the first floor there will be a council room thir...

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. — 17 September 1920

&2z$rPbf3&$2hir $ & w" T-ffspwWTT-i rvv'1''-'' "?7 ' r;? .r If SJ L fe i?C te 5 l V f K, fc W. t K Bfe?CETWO " , -K I& THE .THEATERS ( ftSS V.OX.U.MK "A its: iXw lw THE COLUMBIA EVENING taSSOUR'lAN. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920 aptalion in "In Scarclt of a Sniper, !bith will appear at the Hall Theater lomritt- an J tomorrow, Miss Cunalancs ia r..H.L. - !" i i .i. i iir . i .i Ami -j. t wiHBiii nu oaiuruay: jaimaufir, yie mmwiti ir. iui ine Milinj theft of a jeweled garter bearii.K I Hon. ? Tklnlsf ", ",ra """ r-v" The plot deals wilh l.eoreitnna Chid stereJU,. Vm , J.. e uf J nWil in- "L. '" uUnK w,f uf ""r Chadwick, 3'TW,. i. T" " ,hLCol'WWa Henry was too good to live. After the FT v ., a"d ,omo"'" I funeral. Ceorganna sets out to find and S V , ' addition :"ri. will ' p.tl.ii . i. :.I,1 . rrfil. ,1,1 ..... . , newt Ud a Mult ami lff .-...Ir tTI.-... :.. . fl.n.tt.m m Onfml PrV ( HALL tonignt and Saturday? ohn Ceorganna is wire she lias found a wickt kmmerson and Anit...

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. — 17 September 1920

i ' f 1,-i, j-., ) VfHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQURIAN. FRIDAY- SFPTtmpe-p 17 1920 pao:' C WILL ALASKA . MILLS SOLVE PAPER LACK? rifle of any country, and also the first time the match has been won by a mem ber of an American team. Newsprint Shortage May Be Overcome by National For ests of Northern Ter ritory. DEVELOPING RESOURCES Chief Forester Greeley Opposes Local Commission as Be ing Unwise and Inefficient. FOOTBALL PRACTICE. 130 BOYS IS C. H. S. Thirty boys went out for the 6rst foot ball practice of the year of the Colum. bia High School Wednesday. Enthusi asm was shown by the boys turning out for practice yesterday, according to J; J. Shy, football coach. i "We hare many letter men back with i us,? said Mr. Shy, "and many othersf j who, although not letter men, show sur prising football ability. We are going to hare a banner year. We are trying I to arrange a serin of football games. I Many will be played out of town with uoonvme, Aioneriy and other neighbor ing towns." Br JllJ ...

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. — 17 September 1920

3F"??R mzmMmpm$ -v svSji- vSPt - ajj. 's.r.M?" f-C !- " - n Sfa I Jjr,p COLUMBIA G MISSOURIAN t "?7 " Smlif lr Iks .,, ,! llK j JL AaM litiw SUftSCVTVTlnw itm HSI SB CCMfk l IS , !! J'fcf ,. Yssf. IJJSi evnift Tw, tfs 1 I nu. nrsSU- I Mian. the flower shows hire all been made-by older potato. The school boys aad jirf t( Columbia nay individually hire grown flower tint hive been exhibited at the shows, but there his been no con certed action on their part. If a Junior Cirden Club were estab lished with in organization perfected through the public school! it would (ire the young people of Columbia a chance to lake part in this activity and exert powerful influence.. They have never failed when called upon to lend their aid to something which is worth while and they will not fail in this instance. A Junior Garden dub would nuke it pojsible for the schools to take part In lower shows and lawn n.i P St IBS -LEAGUE ASSEMBLY " are -' held under the ausrie 5 On Ngyeiaber 15, at Geneva, the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 September 1920

business than evrr'briW During tk. iinfluenza epidemics the laundries were I swamped with dirtr'clolhr. Thr w.r. 'nunjr complaints about the poor quality man and Jack EHwangrr. Miu Emma Holsman. Lee Shannon, student in the lAiiversily. and Lena and Noah Ilellar, who lite near the cilr. were admitted -WOMEN ADOPT .LABOR SAVING DEVICES NOW Housewives Use Electric Wash ing Machines and De vote More Time to Cooking. BLUE MONDAYS GONE sbers. The laundries du the ironing .Vrrsslllr. f Olden TlntM Mftalrd U T l w7l r j"wdl a the ihinf. and although there r'askloni of Toby. Jany IOOK in Washing Before ' lie been raapy improvement, made in .Many ,f the insignificant points of Ia YTraa.- f ...... -1 WS villi tifT ma J till, a if ie in irnnlno , 'atl.. !.: - . " me ai uuuiiuries lTf ." : " v .....,, ... .--m-(.i..if. i(anj;rnirm are unjy a maitri THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, SEPTEMRFff 17 loon - - -. .-r l . . r " "i-"" l.t -or. sometime done Hut no one who f this moraine he btundn...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 September 1920

i i THE COflJMBlX lENl!'ffl5ggDffittN FfiriTAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1926 fiiSi-. Mm iS. K i. l 5.. I; I' f V- :, fe 'tr. & UK:- Columbia Theatre , j . TONIGHT AND SATURDAY 'Evil'to him who evil thinks That was the warning embroidered on the dainty circlet t"MY LADIES' GARTER" - i and which tumbled a guileless lover into a scandal with an heiress, a blackening plot and more spine tingling excite- f fnent than any other garter ever started. Also PATHE NEWS MUTT AND JEFF -JT - . MONDAY AND TUESDAY Madge Kennedy in "The Truth" L Too Late to' Classify :! LOST Somewhere on Campu Sigma Chi fralernftj pin. Name H. T. Damon. Call 616. Reward. VIM 1 FOR RENT To men, room, or will lake roommate 1115 University aire. Phone 1292 White. . T-1S Saturday Special 1 can yellow fling peaches 20c 2 cam Suruliine com 23c 1 can Swuhine red beans 10c (red) 35c CAREFUL PLAN REQUIRED FOR SUNDAY DINNER Housewife Must Be Clever With Brain and Funds to Pre pare Meal for Her Family. 815 FOR FAMILY OF SIX 1 can Do...

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