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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

Mr V r- . .'r SHSS JHE XOUJMBIA. .EVENING . 2 x "TUlCCniltJTAV i $&!? --P-UmWI M. evenlni except' San- f-Jrl5 T hVMlmmttu PokWs As--KrfA, J; hj H. NerHilVColua- IJj: Wttoiii. It SJM6CRIPIION RATES a JWi ? F"i' ae ePit- :'"Ir M85fa Boone Conner: U-4U6: eiwtk 11.73: 3 months, 90 J 'fw.'u. t---.. v-.J nsa? 3 m months, HJ6j month, 45 cent, llria advaacbt ' Payable JJfaabe"Audfc Boreas of;Crcnlalkns Entered as second-class isiil cutter. AeceptevMg ' vee -asitaiaa .afitvceial rate jjtf rx Wrdi (or in SectSen 1103. ot October 3, 19U, -thbnxea sep- v-jtWx; ins.- 2 ? 2 pfWPPHONE" NUifflEHS WQMEt 0?T SCHOOL. OARO t ai - ftia. - - JjjTbe deetiou in" April may place .the (imwoaui beater onthe School Board ofj. Columbia. That recently enfranchis- l j women, of .thccity snajixiottS ti ige ooe!! member incladedon tKr board. iKuWy.are not' alone la thi ?. Mm men if the city are in fa vor of a woman ost&eboarOj. Women .W tchool- board are not an .xperimenL. They .were elected itsckool board ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920 GREECE HURT. NOT BENEFITED BYTOZELOS High British Mlitary Officer Tells How, in His Opinion, the Greek Statesman Fen Short , , ' HIS POLICY "PERSONAL" Says Allies Went Too Far on Behalf of Their Chief Supporter in Hellenic Peninsula. (General Birduood Thomson teas gen eral staff ojliar at the British War Of fice and G. 11. Q, France, until 191S tchen he Kent to the Balkans, as military attache. In 1918'aiuf J919 Ae - ok el ike British military (cprcsentatives on the Supreme War Council at Versailles. TAi? trntntinn rtnttfii in FmtmJ t XT. ij4 denunciation of the military results of the Peace Treaties and by his booh, "Old ', Europe's Suicide shortly to be publish- in America, has been only second lit We Kernes allows a rear ago.) Bi BrhvCek. C Birduood Thomson t LoMwrr. Dec. 11 (by mil). "Vcnl- (trios Ta setoutTer dimrut tonnaa de fTaiws (Crcr-re)," I remember the Due lie endorae uing early in June, 1919, jihirirg a luncheon...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 31 December 1920

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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. — 3 January 1921

iir in i wi in wiiii ii in in in i mm hum milmi ii hi i iiwunirmnrrr w i nnr - T T I Ii ASSOCIATION TO FIGHT FOR GOOD HIGHWAY iConwniltcc Plans ta Arouse In terest and Get Big Attend ance at Convention Here lONITED EFFORT NEEDED J Judge J M Lowe President of National Old Trails As sociation to Attend Meeting If the Old Trails road is to be eon- traded as a modern hard surfaced high way under the S60J00O0O0 state bond Issue the Missouri Old Trails Association mut he aroused to male a fight for the highway That was the sentiment ex pressed at a meeting late Friday after noon of lie roads committee of the Col urahia Commercial Club- Plans were made at this meeting to arouse this inter est and to get a big attendance at Yhe annual contention of the Old Trails As sociation called for next Wednesday - corning in Columbia Following action on the pari of the coouniuee E Sydney Stephens chair- roan sent letters to member of the Old Trails Association in every county along the route telling o...

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. — 3 January 1921

- iFACETWO CLAIMS GREAT BRITAIN STOPS JEfflTCS TRADE President of Irish International - Trading Corporation De nounces English Methods BRITISH IN A MONOPOLY Underhand Help of Government - Enables Firms to Control Commerce He Says Dv Russell 6romc Vidted Press Staff Correspondent Cork Dec 10 by mail An Eng lish writer lament thar llic Ireland of Celtic twilights and delicately phrased lojeNnj hu pasei Young swains liave foreaVen their colleens to woo dry boots on military tactics and formerly contented derka in the small businesses of Cork acd Dublin are cow dreaming of the part they will play in forcing the ronc fsion to Ireland bf her rightful place io the commerce of nations ac cording to liam deftste Snn Fein JL P and presiiJenr Cf the Irish Irrtcma thnal Trading CorporationKho explain ed tor the United Press the trade aims of tholinn Fein We feet to free Ireland from on ftnrpulctrs trade methods of Briuh firms are continued in a monopoly of Irish business by underhand help of tl...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 January 1921

REPUBLIC IS ON THE RUN IN IRELAND PjConstnictive Workers Are Forc ed to Work in Secret and Fly From Office to Office ROBERT BARTON JAILED Countess Settles Strikes and En gages in Matters of Pub lic Health Dublin in DcBLn IirxiMt Dec 1 by mail Tragedv follows ujon tragedy in Ireland tut in the main the body of the people how a fixed determination not to be goaded into violent rebellion by their own or enemy actiiists bat to continue to carry out the constructive plans of their own contitutionally elected repre sentatives From the varieties of liolence turn to the records of reconstruction Constructive orders are forced to work in secret to My from oEce to office to hide their document to trust no mails to sleep in different beds every night Hamar Greenwood among many has frequently affirmed Nir Ids Government does not attack or lest Sinn Fein as a constructive force only in respect of its campaign of I murder The imprrion made by this policy here is that evrry man who has ever had de...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 January 1921

lM li Acryect THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published erery evening except Sun day by- lie MittnUrian Fuhluhing At sedation Inc Jay 1L Ncff Hill Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mjuaca SUBSCRIPTION RATES - Ctj Week 10 ccnti tingle copies 5 emit Br Bail In Boone County Year 125 6 months J175x 3mmihs 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year MSO 3 months tlJZS month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Gradations Entered ai mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of pottage provided lor in section lloJ Act of October 3 1917 r lhorized Sep tember 26 19ia TELEPHONE NUMBERS Advertising and Circulation 55 LAUGHTER AND HAPPINESS Many seek the El Dorado of life in foreign lands many aojurn in the maw exclaim Oh I would givt alnil lion dollars if I could only be happy Others say that to be reppy one has to lie a child again But they forget happiness can - be found within the four comer of any bodys home that one does not have tofgo to the South to live on t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 January 1921

fSJP J JBBBHwBBgaHBnBBBBBBBBBHHBBBBBBBBB i liflBiKHiHiiisiMHMHiiiBBBaH fAla R jtLcT have their hundredth Lirthda9 this year Although news g tting was sorrcwiut more difficult than it Is today the print in press had come into iti own ani vas an important factor in the dropment of tho nation in the early rinetecnh cen Inry The following while not a com plete list gives a greater part of the ncmber of dailies that can lay claim to having grown up with the country Hertford Courant 1761 New IIii en Journal Courier 1767 Philadelphia orth American 1771 Baltimore American 1773 Portland Etc Express Advertiser 1783 Boston Pot 1785 Augusta iGa Chronical and Constitutional 1783 Pittsburgh Gazette Times I7B5 Northhampton I Mass Gazette 1784 Pittsburgh Post 1792 Philadelphia Public Ledger 1792 Rutland itl Herald 1793 JNeir iork Glob- and Chrojjal Advertiser 1793 Utica Herald ami Gazette 1796 jlallimore Sun 1797 Charleston S C Nrs and Courier 1800 New York Evening Post 1801 Portland i Me Eastern A...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 January 1921

Ife li that it should not be replaced here but R -1 - s ma fi t SPACE SK fSNAL TOWNS BID FOR SITE OF UNIVERSITY - W L Webb Relates Incident Pertaining to Early Times in Golumbia Has Written History SPOKE hereIn EIGHTIES When University Burned in -1892 Two Factions Favored Sedalia and Independ ence Columbia Won The Univtrjity of Missouri would not je in Colombia today but for one of the frailties of human nature according ta W U WcLb who collected material here recently fr a sketch of Columbia Sir Webb was a member of the State Legis lature nhen the University was destrojed I vy rue in joy There wa a faction that wanted the Jniversity at Independence there was mother number that nould hate located jt at SdUlij explained Mr Webb These parties were organized end agreed weiild go to one of these towns Here the reprcseatatiTesperjnnal Tilled andjhey created a deadlock among tlicreTetweeaedalia and derJcrT TTiei morning the location was to be deVjdedV there were placed on the desks of a l...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 January 1921

z m stmmsswmaftmmmmmimmnammHmBe VICE GOVERNOR OF PHILIPPINES VISITING HERE Charles E Yeatcr Is Guest of President A Ross Hill Is Graduate of MU FORMERLY A CURATOR Says Philippines Can Support Population Equal to That of the United States Charles E Yeater vice governor of the Philippines is visiting President A Rots IlilL Governor Yeater u graduated from the University in 1880 and served for six years at a curator of the institu tion tie aaid today concerning the Phil ippine people and the Islands The Filipinos racially are Malaya and are related closely to that people distrib uted orer Southeast Asia Java Sumatra and other islands adjacent to the neigh boring continent They possessed a certain ciriluation of their own and a limited literature when conquered four centuries ago by the Spaniards by whom they were converted to Christianity thus being the only Christian nation in the Orient Grad ually they adopted much of the Spanish culture and are now using our system of government Und...

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. — 4 January 1921

It IU PACE TWO MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Joseph street return vesterday to her borne in Hallsvile MrsC T Asbury who lias been visit 5ag her mother Mrs J A Thorn oC Sl Miss Cora Frazer and Mis Katherine Putnam left vetlerlay for Mexico Mo C A Ridgay cf for Wayne W Va yesterday Mrs C E Woolcry left for Kansas Oty yesterday Miss Ernestine Fuller sent to Moberly yesterday F B Bottles narrus returned to Kaiias City jesterday afternoon V II Wade left for Ccnlralia this morning T WXaenter ent to Sturgeon this morning on business a Miss Ruth Bush ent to Sturgeon this morning to wit relatives C 0 Craig went to Hallsville this morning ESR Tillery returned to his home in Marshall this morning Samuel JDennis went to Hallsville this morning on business J W Kemper returned to Hallsville yesterda Edgar Lyon returned to Centralis yes terday C II Early Kent to Centralis on busi ness yesterday Mrs E J Hayes cnt to Kansas Gty yesterday afternoon on business Mrs O J Weathers went to Kansas Gty yesterday on b...

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. — 4 January 1921

W s amazing that the public could be brought to take interest in such abstruse work and considers that Oregons ex ample might well be followed by other states where similar work i hanging fire because of lack of money About a year ago the legislature of Oregon at the instance of A It Orp han secretary of the Public Welfare Board authorized the University of Ore gon to investigate these classes which as in every other state were known to be a source of weakness from their in ability cither to work or fight The liope was that a good part of them might j reclaimed and the state freed from a constant drain on its finances health and morality and from a source of social and political unrest The legislature however appropriated no money for the work and the Uni versity found that its funds would not be sufficient So in February last it asked aid of the surgeon general who sent Dr C L Carlisle to Oregon as special as sistant in the work At there was bttle money to pay trained workers said ...

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. — 4 January 1921

j 4 l ACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING l MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun da bjr be Misscurian Publishing As sociation Ido Jay H Neff Hall Colum bia Miuonri ALFONSO JOHNSON Muuent SUBSCHIPTION RATES City Week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cent i By nuQ in Boone County Year 9X25 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special Tate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 thorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newi 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 COMMERCIAL WATERWAYS There is a change in the tone of the last report of the War Department on inland coastwise waterways sen ice De velopment of river traffic w practically an impossibility on the basis of former reports which have held forth that the river should be used first and improved afterwards Develop extensive transpor ta...

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. — 4 January 1921

Phono 55 hV FOR SALE FOR SALE Wood cut Call 1009 E IL Cuitar LOST Friday pen Call 90J twwnpg v P TO DISTRIBUTE t - TICKETS SOON Tlic distribution of basketball ticket ylIch have beta applied for will Iiegin tomorrow morning at liotiiwell Gymna sium scats which arc not called for or hare not been applied for will be placed on open Kale tomorrow or Thursday It is understood that all the scats for Fri day and Saturday games hare not been applied for and that some seats will be available for open sale The reserved section this season -will be in the balcony only The scats downstairs are granted for the general admission and the jwlicy of allowinc the early ar rivals to occupy the choice scats will be adhered to FOREIGN NATIONS ARE REFORMING FICHT GAME Br IIemiy L Frkeu United Prest Stall Correspoident New York Jan Near sighted American promoters and greedy boxers are doing their best to bite the hand thats feeding them Champions are demanding sums nearly the sue ot the 1 resident s sala...

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. — 4 January 1921

h MggaHBimgkwnti mm i ii m ii i n 1 1 iii nil niMMniMnmninir fTChiT1 aff1ffly I i TiiTHTTUHHnnHBWniMnnjr H1ffi rr jh f ace sec TOE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Bi lSl WANT SAY SO M INDUSTRIES Worker Tending Toward Indus trial Self Government Says Economist Tne Industries in Western Europe and the United States re tending in the di rection of industrial self gorernment said Professor if W Watkins of the economics department By industrial self covernment I mean the granting to wage earners some powers of control over llw conditions not only under which they work but under which the industry is carried on The range of industrial problems that am fjinir srttlftl Lv those who contrihnle capital and those who contribute labor in industrial undertakings has been wid ening daring this generation and at an accelerating pace during the last five Jears said Professor Watkins At first only questions of wages were conceived to come in the purview of joint conferences but lately the ques tions so ...

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. — 5 January 1921

he 4 RECOGNITION OF OLD TRAILS ROAD IS ASKED State Association Passes Resolu tions Demanding Route Be Made a Primary f Highway NEED FOR BRIDGE URGED Large Delegations From Mis souri Counties Attend Ses sion at Tavern Today Resolutions demanding that tbe Old Trail road from St Louis to Kuui City be recognized as t primary road setting forth the numerous reasons for this demand and authorizing the election of a committee to present the claims of the rpad to the Legislature were un animously adopted at the meeting of the Missouri Old Trails Road Association here today The association Toted 1500 for de frsjlng the expenses of tb members of the executive committee rhosen to pres ent tbe dsims of the Legislature The folloing were appointed E N Hopkins Lafayette County Matt W Hall Saline A A Wallace Cooper Walter Williams Boone J M Mauh Callaway Stanley Gregory Montgomery E IL Winters Warren J C Wilbrand St Charles Judge J M Laws Jackson IL M Kingsbury Howard The following counties pledged...

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. — 5 January 1921

STATE CEMENT PLANTS URGED FOR MISSOURI President bf Old Trails Associ ation Says Rock Is Avail able Near State Penitentiary ADVISES CONVICT LABOR Would Re First Sttlp in 60 Mil- lion Dollar Bond Project Not to Delay Road Work Tie lwilJing of state owned cement plans is urged by Judge J M le president of llic National Old Trails As Mciation ore of the first steps the Missouri legislature should take in its program lor the eipenditure of the 60 million dollars of road bonds Judge Lowe fajs cement rod is avail able near the state penitentiary lie brieves convict labile could be used in the state cement plams Judge Loe pointed out today the pre liminary engineering wort hkh must lie done before the road construction is started He believes cement plants eult be built and put in operation before rul tinit could begin C meit must be used in large quanti ties in tlie building of high class roads whether the roads thenwhes or merely the bae for the surface are made of concrete Al present 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. — 5 January 1921

MANY CHILDREN IN VIENNA ARE I TUBERCULOUS Of 54000 Examined 49500 Are Abnormal More Deficiencies Among Girls 10000000 IS NEEDED 90 Per Cent Diseased Because of Undernourishment They Must Have Relief Vicina Dec 5 by mail The American Red Cross just made public a report dealing with health conditions among the children of Vienna Tuberculosis it given as undoubtedly tbemost appalling factor in present day health conditions in Austria The num ber of tuberculous children under twelve years of age is set at 115000 this figure being based on the reports made by the State Department of Health Dr Spitzy of the Orthopedic Hospital estimates that there are over 16000 tu berculous children in acute need of sur gical treatment and adds that all the hospitals together stale public and pri Tale have only 1100 beds for them Of 54000 children recently examined al the sute clinic only one out of twelve or 4500 proved to be in normal health Dr Josef Pooner asserts that seventy per cent of the citys ch...

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. — 5 January 1921

iwiiMMMWHniflTTinrTHrr Hf aiMaiasaiiBBiBMsWBWiHHWBHHMSBHMaWMHWBIMs - mi -- -- 1 - - i ynri I Br mail in Boone County Year 323 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 4 SO 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in adtance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 crihoriied Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 271 Advertising and Circulation 55 SPENDING THE ROAD MONEY The Missouri Oid Trails Road is one fink in the National Old Trails Road The idea of a Washington to Los Ange les road originated in Missouri a Mis jouri man is president of the National Old Trails Road Association this road has been adopted and is ned as the principal road in every state through nhich it passes what is Missouri going to do The Missouri Old Trails Road is over one third built it has been financed from on ride f the state to the other J with th...

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. — 5 January 1921

Si US CM PAY INDEBTEDNESS IN 25 YEARS etary of lreasury in le- jiort Savs Most of 062 50967296 Debt Is Due to War DEFICIT JN DEPARTMENTS fiBurcau of War Risk Insurance Operates at Loss While Many Others Have Big Deficiencies If you and llie 105693107 other per torn in the Inited Stair vould pjj to the fedrral government 63 cents eacli day fur a ear the irwt public deht could he paid Tim debt according to the annual re port of the Secretary of tlie Treaur made public re ml amounts to 0fi5O967295 wliirli is about two and a half billions ls than tliat of last jear The cause of this larje debt is due to the World War the net cot of which is estimated at 33135000000 For the rrtiremenl of the part of the debt caused by sale of Liberty lioniK a cumulative ginling fund was created beginning June 30 192a It u calculated that this einling fund will retire the funded indebtedness a sum rcaily t i billions in twen 1 liC Tl3 b Tina remiri iiliows further that for the next two jrars there will be...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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