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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 5 January 1921

Efe 1 PACE SEC f Xi f ROUTINE WORK CHARACTERIZES - LIFE IN CIRCUS Shifts of Men Have Each a Special Task in Laying Out Canvas City for One Day WORK EARLY AND LATE en German Military Officers Learn Systematic Methods From P T Barnum Uf ith a circus is not as hard or TvilJ at is popularly supposed accord ing to a local business man who has had luenty six jears of experience with shows and circuses Only occasionally is the regular existence broken into with thrills ami hardships It is the roving character of the life that appeals to most of those who follow it Hteryone LnoMs that the circus train usually armes early in the morning and departs late at night and therefore the conclusion is natural that the small army if men who accomplish the near magic of producing a city of cantas and packing it away again each day are overworked On the contrary the work is so appor tioned and organized that no one does mere than his share Sleeping cars that compare favorably with Pullman cars are prov...

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. — 6 January 1921

w THIRTEENTH YEAR POLICE FIND MURRY AUTO IN MEXICO Sheriff Brown Makes Recovery From Garage of Car Missing Man Drove Away NO DAMAGE TO MACHINE Officials Refuse to Tell Source of Information Dr Murry Starts Private Investigation The Chevrolet motor ur which Rot Murry Columbia automobils salesman was driving when he disappeared No- veVjiber 22 hju been found id brought back to Columbia Yesterday afternoon Dr P II Marry father of the young man and Sheriff Fred Brown went to Mexico where they S found the machine in a garage It i caid to have been stored there since the day Murry disappeared Doctor Murry and Sheriff Brown brought the ear back to Columbia and turned it over lo the Jclin N Tajlor garage on Broadway owner of the automob le It had appar ently been driven only as far asJJexico There is nothing the matter with the machine and everything ia all right aaid i joim i iucaituian oi inc sayior garage this morning A Columbia city license was carried on lone tide of the car as well at...

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. — 6 January 1921

i LONDON PAS A LITERARY r BOMB SHOP fr1 Bookshop Painted Red Inside and Out Sells Destruc tive Propa ganda SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD Proprietors Profess to Be An drcliists and Have Ameri can Agents6n Fifth Avenuer fy Vailed Tit Lhtoon Jan 6 London lias a Bomb Shop famous for seventeen ari where nearly every nploshe thought having to In with change in any of- the activities of cjty is offered freely and unrnferrupedly for -sale tea willingj public Thesjeilerior is painted violent red marling it from the many new and sec ond hand bookshop that line Glaring Cros Iioad Through the flaming lor tals the timid visitor sees more violent red with the names of modern revolu tionaries printed ornamentally jn gold on the vails above the book cases It seems safe tjCnler Twojoung men are in charge of the Bomb Shop the IIenderon Their father and they own and manage it One wears a country gentleman knickerbocLer suit and an unmasked smile that seems to herippling over memories connected with his suit and...

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. — 6 January 1921

PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As sociition Inc Jiy H Neff Hill Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceb SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Week 10 cents tingle copies a cents By mail in Boine County Year I3J23 6 months J 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months J125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rale of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 ihorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Advertising and Circulation 55 A CITY BEAUTIFUL t -The firt comment of tourists when passing through Columbia is Wliat a pretty town And one of the most fre quently heard comments of returning stu dents is Doesnt the old town look good This spontaneous approval shows that the various civic organizations are succeeding in their effort to make this a city beautiful The work...

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. — 6 January 1921

BSE - - J ft DEDICATION OF - MUSEUM JAN 7 AT CAPITAL Portion of State Building in Jefferson City Set Aside for Preservation of War Records ADORNED WITH PAINTINGS Dr John Pickard on Decoration Committee Which Secured Artists and Let Con tracts Dr John Piclard of the Vniartitj of Missouri is chairman of the decorating committee of the new Stale Capitol The foltoving article is taken from the St Louis Post Dispatch The Soldiers and Sailors Museum which is in the corridor of the nw stale capitol in Jefferson Gty set apart for the preservation of the war records of Missouris sons will be dedicated on January 7 The date was fixed by the completion by the capitol decoration commission of its task of adorning the ynijcum The chief adornment consist ol eight paint ings upon the walls above tLe mezzainine floor each in the form of a half circle approximately 9 1 2x16 1 2 feet depict ing eight martial phases of the stale early and recent past These lunettes are the work of native and other art...

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. — 6 January 1921

1hone 55 i the Field of Spoft TICERS MAY MEET AMES VIMS CAPTAIN Captain Ccorge Drowning of tlie Tig era will probably be unable lo take part either of the two cames to be plaed Vith mn tins Meek on Fiidiv and Sat urday evening Tbe injury sustained in Tuesdays scrimmage is not however as severe as it was at first considered An ray of his ankle jesterday dis closed the fact that no bones were brok en but dial the ligaments were badly drained Drowning was discharged from the hospital Wednesday afternoon and was able to watch the practice in his street clothes from the bench Since assistant Coach Ruby lias made no declaration of his line up for the opening games of the season it is lord to figure the changes that might be ne cessary should the Tiger leader be kept out of the fra If he lutd been sche duled for his old position of guard either CofTey or Ccnkcr could ably fill the va cancy If forward was his assignment and he is unable to enter the game Ar thur Browning and George ISontf 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. — 6 January 1921

SaHHHHHflHBIinVnBlinVnVnBlSnVninVnVlinlnVHn fllEs TiiWmit HTmsr y NEW YEAR HAS LOWER PRICES FOR COLUMBIA Sugar Coffee Meat Potatoes Flour Milk Butter Eggs and Fruit Are Much Cheaper Now PRICES OF MEALS FALL Clothing Suhstantially Reduced Merchant Docs Not Expect Further Cut Imme diately The poor man lie it his way Mid an employe of a local grocery store in INcuseing the general fall in price of Maple article Sugar coffee flour meat and potatoes the main necessities sf life hate all undefgoiie aubstsntial reduction Potatoes xhicJi five been as high as 20 cents a pound are now wllin j for a little more than 2 rents a pound Sugar has oimr down from 33 cents to 10 cents Meat is selling for half the pricr it was six months ago Fruits ahe xv much cheaper the biggest change being in oranges which are now selling a S3 a box The new car saw a general decline in prices of commodities which -has perhaps never been equaled in the history of Co lumbia The wtp and variety of the decline 7tgetIfro...

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. — 7 January 1921

SON ON TRIAL FOR ASSAULT ON HIS FATHER George Boatman Charged With Beating C C Boatman for Statements About Formers Wife RB SIMCOJS INVOLVED Doctor Testifies That Wounds Could Have Been Caused by Fist No Cuts on Victims Face Six witnesses for the prosecution were called to the stand by Prosecuting Attor ney Ruby Ilulen this morning in the trial of George Boatman charged with felonious assault Boatman who lives just east of Browns Station is accused of going to the home of his father C C Boatman on the night of December 10 and after engaging in a quarrel with his father seriously beating him about the face and bead C C Boatman the father was the first witness to be called Mr Boatman said on the stand that his son had met him in the woods near the Boatman borne on the day of the assault and had accused him of making a remark reflecting upon a brolher in law who lives near the Boat man place and also upon George Boat mans wife The father denied the state merit after which a quarrel ens...

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. — 7 January 1921

PACE TWO STEAM PLANES TO SUPERSEDE PRESENT TYPE New Craft Will Have Crews in Engine Room as Ships f i Captains Duties - Lessened NEW ERA PREDICTED rcatar Strength fox Bodies of Machines Necessary Frame Too Light Say Experts Uy FuTciini Alien LoiDftN Dee 15 bv mail Aerial naiigalion in llie har future will be as sleaihhip is ahead of the ailing vessel The new airplanes will be driven by steam turbines and instead of all tlie manual labor being left to the pilot he will Mmuly ulegraph his orders to the encmr mom and the crew will carry out liii commands leaving liim free to use Ills brain instead of his hands and less ening the phvsical fatigue which lias so f rcuienlly been the cause of calamity Travel in the air will be more luxurious speedy and safe According to Sir E L Ellington the RrilMi vice air marshal the program of the afr ministry is proceeding along rev olutionary lines and promises consider able rlianpe in airplane and airship con ftftrction The hurried experiments carrie...

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. — 7 January 1921

m i 13 SH J ifews 0 Columbia Society Miss Ella Wjatt society editor will appreciate it if you tcill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Mrs C B Miller Stewart road and C lenwood avenue entertained at 230 oclock yesterday afternoon with an in formal bridge party for Mrs D D Craft vf Chicago who is the guest of Mrs John jSykes Besides the honor guest and her hostess were Miss Helen Mitchell Miss Juliet Bowling Miss Frances Mitchell JMiss Catherine Jones Mrs Budd Hoard of Ardmore Mrs Frank Martin Mrs Harry Bill Mrs Lloyd Jones Mrs Stanley Smith Mrs Isidor Loeb Mrs C R Moulton Mrs Isadore Barlh and JMiss Florence Willis The guest prize a kJunty handkerchief was giTen to Mrs l I Iran Airs Lloyd Jones won nrst prize a gold picture frame The members of the Sigma Nu frater nity will entertain at 9 oclock this even ing with an informal dance at the chap her house The Farm House fraisrnity announces the pledging of J B Russell Jr of Savannah Mo and Paul C Rodgers of Bell flower M...

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. — 7 January 1921

IBkS - f wrV -V EBBS PACE FOUR A THE COLUMBIA EVENING H MISSOURIAN k H i PubUhed every evening except Son dayby the Slissourian Publishing As sociation Inc Jay H Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri - ALFONSO JOHNSON Mamacix SUBSCTIPTION RATES Gljr Week 10 cents single copies 3 cents By mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 1175 3 months 90 - cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months SL23 month 43 cents Eaable in advance 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 a- thorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 2 Advertising and Circulation 55 CHURCH GOING IN COLUMBIA It was popular to attend church at Co lumbia in 1920 During the year when amusement houcs in most places were l crowded with pleasure seekers and Co lumbia was not an exception in this re spect the churches were well attended Church members especially those most closely connect...

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. — 7 January 1921

f 1 Phono iw the Field of Spo ft MISSOIRI n AMES 730 77S EVENIG Tlie 1921 Tiger basketball season will recthe ils initial sendoff of the season at 7 M this eiening vtlicn the Ames and Misaouii teams will clash in the first of a two game series The same teams vtill jilay again tomorrow evening at the same hour at Kothvtrll Gymnasium Coach L A Kent and his squad of Ames basketball players arrived at 330 yesterday afternoon for the firt invasion of the Tiger camp fhis season After trgitermg at the Tatem they went im mediately to Rotlmell Gymnasium for a light workout The squad included Captain Shepard Bojil Innes Cirrrie Woodward nuck and Micm all veterans and of knonn repute througbout Valley basket ball circles Pinky Greene already accounted as one of the uihl shifty for wards Iowa Mate lias ever produced is ADMINISTKATOKS NOTICE Notice is hereby giicn that letters of administration on the estate of Mary Frances Williams deceased were pant ed to tlic udersigned on the 29th day of Dec...

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. — 7 January 1921

i PACE SIX BLIND ELEVEN YEARS NOW AN M U STUDENT Lost Sight as Result of Mea sles An Honor Graduate From Phillips Exeter Academy TO ENTER JOURNALISM Tried to Go to France During War to Teach Sightless Soldiers Reading and Typing The fact that Cail S Robinson hat been blind for eleven years has not hamp ered lum in getting an education nearly so much as one ould expect Robinson vhW home is in Tulsa Okla entered the University this term at a special Indent in the Scliool A Journalism He is taking European history French and masterpieces He has a reader his room mate ho reads his lessons to him takes him to and from classes and is his com panion Robinson has proved himself to he a strdent liairing been graduated from hiilis Exeter Exeter N 11- in June 1917 as one of the honor graduates of that school He participated in various sports while there being a member of the second crew HAS ItCADFIt TO AS1IST IIIH Robinson experiences no difficulty in Leeping up his work He has a reader vtlto ...

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. — 8 January 1921

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR KANSAS CITY MAN KILLED IN OWN YARD 0 V Dodge of Midland Life Insurance Co Found Dead at Country Home Killed by Shot REVOLVER NEAR BODY Police Believe He Was Murder ed by an Intruder Neigh bor Says After Firing Man Left Place in Auto fif Usual Prm Kansas Cut Jan 8 The body of 0 V Dodge vice president of the Mid land Life Insurance company was found early today in the yard of his south aide home He had been lulled by a ahot Two feet a ay from the mans body was found a revolver containing one empty shell Another revolver belonging to Dodge was found about ten feet away The finding of a ladder outside an open window led police to believe that Dodge saw a prowler and that he had dressed taken his revolver and slipped outdoors to prevent the intruder from forcing an entrance When the prowler was surprised he is believed by the po lice to have fired once and seeing that he had killed Dodge thrown the gun down beside the victim to found a suic...

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. — 8 January 1921

6 v 8F f 1 r fc fc TV V fe i r iv I e i e tar PACE TWO NEWS OF THE STATE Six hundred and eightiunelaimed de hhs in Missouri bants and trust com panies in amounts of 50 and upward aggiegaling JU9E361 which have re mained unclaimed for five jears or more prior to Aug 1 1920 liae been report ed to C F Enright state banking com missioner Tlie list will be published next Wed nesday in one newspaper in St Louis Jefferson Gtj Kansas City and St Jos eph as required by Jaw Hie names ot tlie persons entilled to receive the de jhimIs tlie amnunts and the name and addresses of tlie banks reporting them Hill be ginn If after the publication the deposits are not claimed they will be absorbed by tlie banls holding them The Ilev W C Shupp superintend rnt of the Missouri Anti Saloon League today expreised considerable doubt of the accuracy of xuJWed reports tliat in toxTcatnExliqnor was not to be obtained in Jefferson City a this session of the IjegrMafure Leasing the room at a hotel Thursday mornin...

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. — 8 January 1921

PACE TOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except San day by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Int Jay 11 Ncff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Makacie SUBSCRIPTION RATES Giy Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 crnls month 35 cents Outside the count Year UJ0 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations1 Entered at second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided fpr in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 tclhorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Ncus t 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE OPEN SHOP MOVEMENT Following the Lock wood committe rev elations in New York of the drastic Bteps taken by the labor leaders to force the closed shop on the building trade comes the news of the movement in the steel and clothing industries to bring about the extension of the open shop The Bethlehem Steel Company is not nly keepi...

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. — 8 January 1921

I MU NURSING SCHOOL CALLED GOOD EXAMPLE Miss Sara Parsons Inspector of Training Institutions Im pressed With Work Here SEES BIG POSSIBILITIES Says There Is Urgent Need for University Trained Wo men to Act as Instructors s The school for nurses at the Univer to other schools of the same type said juiss szn rarsons inspector 01 training schools of southwestern states under the auspices of the Missouri State Nurses As ociation Although at present it num bers but a few students it will without doubt attract many more when it is bet ter known Having had the opportunity to see large groujis of women students in uni versities I hme been greatly impressed with n2 P1 women of the Midwest who Ifiwung higher education I hope tha nu rsE may be made to appeal to a reasottsb te proportion of these young women who i lain to be of service in the world s M Miss Parsons The great beauty of lie- natural surroundings of the University lbould sene as one of the strong attractions to prosjsjetive stu den...

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. — 8 January 1921

l L In the Field of Spott TIGERS 30 11 VICTORS front that thy will later on in the season 01 ER 4MES QLlTET Cjpuin the Pidge Crowning was on Initersil of Misouri luUtball fans sidelines with an ankle swathed in band had their fir t glimpse of the 1921 ages His brother Bun Browning start ers last evening and their interest lias cd the game and lasted just 50 seconds bf n deudedly aroused by what was a when he was forced to retire His hip most de lsive beating handed to Maurice injured in practice a few evenings ago Kents Ames Cyclones 30 11 The Iowa State collegians with all their veterans were no match for the Gevenger Kuby combination that located the hoop with surprising rrgulanty and put up a re markable defensive game The tilt was ererylhing that an early season combat should be It was slow at limes with now and then a pretty burt of speed by the Tigers There was as might be ripeeted a decided lack of team plar jet the fact that now and then the Missourians did get together and ...

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. — 8 January 1921

RM 3 PACE SIX Presidential Electors Meet Monday to Elect President Itie Missouri prudential elector will rcet in Jefleron City Monday to cat tlirir vote for Warren G Harding and uilli the electors of the otter states who ote in their repectiTe states will elxt III ra President of the Unittd States Two of three certified copies of their one b mail and one by messenger and loles will be sent to the Vice President on Februar 8 after the electoral totes from the various states are counted offi cial announcement of Hardings election will be made The Constitution in Washingtons time pruuded that each presidential elector frlmuld liate two votes Washington was eleeted almost unanimous for two terms and then in 1796 a strange difficulty was encountered The fjslem provided that the two candidates receding the highest number of ote should be President ani Vive President respecthdy As a result of this provision John Adams a Federal ist was elected President and Thomas Jefferson a Republican De...

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. — 10 January 1921

US THE COLUMBIA EVfiNING MISSOURIAM THIRTEENTH YEAR LARGE CROWDS SEE GOVERNOR INAUGURATED Exercises Begin Early in the Morning With Band Con certsCamera Men in Action RECEPTION AT 8 OCLOCK Governors Mansion Is Being Decorated for the Many Visitors Expected Tonight Bj a Staff Correspondent Jwrasos Gty Jn 10 At 123 oclock this afternoon Arthur M Hyde tank the oath of office as governor of the state before a crowd which literally packed the rotunda of the capitol even to the third and fourth balconies The oath was administered by R F Walker Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court Immediate after liking the oath Governor Hyde began bis inaug ural address Although he spoke some what over four thousand words the au dience many of whom were forced to stand gate close attention while the new governor gave an outline of what he hoped to accomplish in the immedi ate future and during the next four 3 ears of his office The inaugural exercises were started early this morning by a band froa ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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