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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 January 1921

il PACE SIX FARMERS OFFERED PRIZES Commercial Club Urged Them LARGE INCUBATOR- INSTALLED Columbians Invited to Birthday Dinner Eightieth Although no definite date has been set for tlc community dinner at the Daniel Boone Tavern in honor of the eightieth birthday of Dr A W ter it is practically certain that the din rer will be held about the middle of February Dr McAIester has lived in Columbia all his life practising medicine for the last Fifty years For a number of years he was the only surgeon in Columbia He has served on the state board of health and fjr a time was dean of the school ot Aledicine to Enter Meat Contest Boone County farmers are being urg ed by the Columbia Couurierclal lob to enter their meat product in the Mis souri farmers ham and bacon show letters encouraging them to try for the trophy cup to be awarded to the county hating the best exhibit of meal have bern mailed to a number of farmers neat Colombia The attention of the farmers is called to the following priz...

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. — 18 January 1921

1 ucational and religious problems of rural life will be discussed The number of visitors here this year is expected to exceed that of last year when Z600 attended This morning lv 500 ll applied for rooms at the Coo niercial Club Club officials expect lc IM more tomorrow A credit system for the special benefit of farmers was urged as a necessity by Congressaan Albert F Lerer of Soutf Carolina at the opening erening session last night Congressman Lerer is a mem ber of the Federal Farm Loan Board and the author of the Smith Lerer Act Dr W J Spillman associate editor of the Farm Journal of Philadelphia dis cussed the question of a fair price for farm products The convocation was opened with mu sic by the University Cadet Band Jewell Mayes secretary of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture introduced Presi dent A Rom Hill who welcomed the visitors Tstxs o ratst rncxs The time has come when farmers must organize to protect ihesasert said Mr Spillman in his talk on Tann er Control of Pr...

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. — 18 January 1921

HK PAGE TWO - - v WCT UHERE PAYHONORTO MPC TiniTOMATVT JTXLH7 XXVyl JL JI in i Remarkable Temperance Lead er Was President of State Organization for 25 Years UNIVERSITY HAS BUST Reform in Missouri Was Her Big Aim in Lectures and Organization Work Over the State The P C T U conducted a memo lUI ten ice in honor of Clara C Hoff man following iis regular sieetinr at the home of Mrj S B Searcy 302 College avenue yesterday afternoon Miss Mary Alice festcott fang accompanied by JIis Jewell Tyler At the business meeting preceding the memorial service reports of the various superintendents were made Twelve dollars was reported received from the program held Sunday night at the Meth odist Church The flower mission re ported that 93 had been raised for the Eastern Relief fund A box of toys was rent to St Louis during the holidays Ten quarts of fruit and four baskets were ghen to charity Thirty seven dol lars was given to charity and IS was expended for Bowels by the organization It was after ...

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. — 18 January 1921

tlcisau News of Columbia Society Hiss Ella WyaU society editor roll redate it if yoa tall telephone so- jtty items belueen 9 and 12 oclock Between seventy rive and 100 persons enjoyed the production Twelve Hundred A Year given in lbe University library last night by tbe rlay Heading sec lion of the Dramatic Arts dubs The members of tbe cast abandoned tbeir usual reserved or dignified manner and entered into the play with co less en thusiasm and interest than tbe profes sional actor or actress Prof Frederick Dunlap as Paul Stoddard a college pro fessor and Mrs George Lefevre as Jean his wife had been married for three years existing and that meagerly on 1200 a year The part of Martha the maid was taken by Miss Harriet Jean Trappe who portrayM the character splendidly Paul Stoddards lectures on problems of economics aroused the criti cism of the faculty and he was discharg ed Jl j then went to the factory of Cy rus McClure Prof II M Belden and obtained work Mr and Mrs Zsupmk W D A Wes...

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. — 18 January 1921

N rtssssssssssmirtsMissKi7rfH he- IlW WHiTi I II TT TTTMininw iHT V ff Ssr r - AC v- j - rr - r fFrr5Kc5 - - - r3Br HPIpacefour r vi- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURLAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Int Jay IL Neff Hall Lia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON SUiicn subscription rates Ctjr Week 10 cents tingle copies a cents By mail In Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cenli month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Grculations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 e lhorued Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 GUS GLOOM IS GONE Old Gus Gloom is dead Old Gus doom has been the center of attraction or distraction the chief sub ject for conversation the prize winning joy killer for months but now be is gone and almost forgotten Op...

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. — 18 January 1921

ih Mi for toe Misoon entrants in the Mis uari Hty race Tuo hard carnes f iwv from home ill try the mettle of f jit local UsWers as ltenjr Owens al fijt hu a strong tram It hldr that the two Browning fcrrtners and Wadhcr vill Is in condi 09a 14 appear against the Sooners The Titer ocntore liae l en fortunate in 1 tbt thT o3 I1 Me to Ell vacancies catsed b unnries with capable aubsti Utcs JiCER COLF TE 1M riLLCP TO MBR ISKrt Jjilc Neb Jan 18 Tlie Univer sitr cf Ntbrala has extended an invita tion to Missouri alley schools to par ticipate in a First Annual Missouri Val hj Golf tournament to be held at lin ccla during the month oMar To schools Drake and the University of Missouri hare accepted the imilaiion ai notified Fred Luehrig direclorJ of axainics i uic iiiTrraiy 01 iveDraska that ther ill rend a team to enter the CKflt Coif is a new sport for Missouri Val ley tcrioels BlSfXTBAIl PRACTICE R W0ME STARTS IUskrtball practice sessions for Uni versity women have been- arranged in Rolhi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 January 1921

- s PROBLEMS OF FARM LIFE TO BE DISCUSSED Continued from page 1 riiich Mould accrue the capital lent by he government could be paid off and an independent capital allotted to ac cumulate Yoil cannot do this however if you continue to be individualistic said Mr Lever You must have leadership DR IIIIX TELLS M V MEEDS President Hill extended a welcome to the viitor on behalf of the University and discussed briefly plans for improve ment of the University which have been ddajed pending legislative appropria tions Low salaries paid to the professors were cited as one reason for asking an increased maintenance fund The build ing program has been held up for sev eral j cars Doctor Hill told his audi ence with the result that there is a preying need for more classrooms and more buildings A new agricultural building is being asked for as the pres ent building is accommodating 1550 when it was -originally intended for sev eral hundred A new cattle barn and more land for the agricultural farm ...

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. — 19 January 1921

pSKP w h THIRTEENTH YEAR DISCUSS NEEDS OF RURAL LIFE M CONFERENCE Speakers at Farmers Meeting Outline Methods of gious and Educational Improvement URGE BETTER CHURCHES Rural Communities Need More Co operation Says Dr Edmund de S Brunner of New York Lat night was Rural Life Conference Night at the farmers meeting In the Uni versity Auditorium The needs of the rural community especially in education and religious work ware discussed by Dr Edmund de S Brunner of New York Gty Dr Moses Breeze of Columbus Ohio and Purd B Wright of Kansas City Doctor Breeze outlined a program for the country church in his talk on The Church as a Community Center He emphasized the fact that If the church is to become a vital factor in the lives of the people of the commanity It must enlarge it scope of activities to include all thnr things in which they are Inter ested To teach a boy how to discipline him self in athletics is to teach him how to discipline himself in life said Doctor Breeze in makjng a plea...

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. — 19 January 1921

PI PACE TWO - I- S i FOUNDERS DAY PROGRAM GIVEN Tuesday Club Celebrates 22nd Anniversary at Y M C A Auditorium The tenty second anniversary -of the Tuesday Club which was founded in Columbia in 1899 was commemorated jesterday by a Founder Day Program in the V M C A Auditorium Mrs Emily Harshe and Mrs Tibbe Thompson were the only charter members present The Tusday dubs purpose as laid down in its original charter is to main tain an organiied center of thought among women of Columbia to study selected cultural subjects and to tale part in any chic improvement the club might decide on The club now has 140 members After a business meeting which was conducted by Mrs F C Shoemaker piano selections were gen by Miss Mar ria Bailey of Christian College Mrs Annr Troman ang and Miss Naana L Forbes of Stephens College gave several readings Miss Helen Richards played a violin solo There were about eighty members present a number of guests also attend ed MOVIES A PART OF U n S Picture Show Proves...

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. — 19 January 1921

Ht M ErP News of Columbia Society Wits Ella XFyaU society editor trill appreciate it if you will telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Mr and Mis J B Heberling 602 South tilth street entertained with a buffet dinner party St night at their home There were thirty five guests The out-of-town guests were Mr and Mrs R E Feaster of Windsor who are the guests of the Rev and Mrs J S Den ton 1413 Bouchelle avenue Miss Emma Buckner of Paris Mo- who is the rucst of Mr and Mrs A F Neat 614 Col lege avenue and Mrs 1 D Craft of Chicago who is the guest of Mr and Mrs John E Skes 511 Rollins street The Delta Gamma sorority announces the pledging of Mona and Arhcne Brown of Abilene Kan There will be a meeting of the Phi Alu Alpha at the studio of Mr George Venable in the Elvira Building tonight Members of the fraternity will give a program of chamber music and solo num bers The Delta Camma sorority announces the pledging of Alleene Tuggle of Mo- berly Mr and Mrs E R Locke of Mexico left ...

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. — 19 January 1921

e PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every crating except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Inc Jay IL Neff Hill Colom bii Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Unacxk SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 centi single copies o cent By mail in Boone Count Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 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 rate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917r erahoriied Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 Advertising and Gradation 55 SAVING WASTE Science and engineering are turning waste Into profit Sewerage which used to be a problem in large cities is now yielding a profit Years ago the steams near the city were sluggish with the discharge from the setiers and the value of great tracts of land and the health of the inhabitants were endangered By reduction plants a...

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. — 19 January 1921

e 4j9 iz the STiTE COMMISSION MAY CONTROL BOXING BOOTS Bj a Staff Correspondent jErratsov City Mo Jan 19 A bill f V3w ewaunsn a suu awietic committee mch would have absolute power oer all boxing and spirting matches Las been introduced in tlie Senate by Senator Michcal Kinney of St Louis The box- in commission would consist of three members appointed for a period of four J cars with a ralary of 1300 a year The general ice ot the commission would be at Jeffcrron Gty and thecommittee would have the power to appoint a sec retary at an annual salary of 1200 TV bill further specifies that no bout dull be over fifteen rounds and that the regulation weight of the glomes shall be tix ounces The referees decision would be given on points scored Any club which shall be found guilty of staging a fake fight will be punished by having its license revoked Also the clubs must pa Hi per cent of the gross proceeds from the matches to the state for us- in the road fund Any participant in a fake fight...

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. — 19 January 1921

R F S S P iy it J Hj E F mt I PACE SIX MORE CORN SHOW AWARDS Winners in Contests for Men and Boys Are Announced The following awardt in the com show rrr given in addition to those al ready published The winners of the 5 acre contest for men in the North Missouri section were 1st C W Spencer DeKalb 11143 bush els to the acre 2nd II C Gadberry Miami 9854 bushels 3rd S D liar ris Lees Summit 9365 bushels and 4th J M Stephenson Canton 7436 bush els J It Slirllon of Holden the only con testant in the South Missouri section in the 5 acre contest for men produced an in crape of 12844 bushels to the acre The winners of the one acre jield on test for boys were Paul Thilley Bethany 11108 bushels Charles Steele Chilli cothe 10049 buhels and Donald Stewart Fairfax 9Z2 bushels Cecil Letsinger Mansfield produced 9247 bushels in the South Missouri con test Winners in the 5 acre yield contest for boys in North Missouri were Arril Far mer Platte Gtv 12758 bushels Paul Thiliey Behany 111 24 bushels C...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 January 1921

Zr m ing governor of Iowa to oser a thousand Farmers Week visitors at the University auditorium last night His speech con sidered the transportation problem par ticularly as related to the needs of the Mississippi Valley Or George t McKay Chicago dairy man and lire slock dealer in his ad dress discussed the different agricultural methods of other countries in comparison with those of the United State Mrs Helen Howe Greeley of Wash ington D C representing the Ameri can Nurses Association spoke of legists tionyelating to the governing of nursing by trained nurses COtEBNOK HAKDINcs TALC An anient plea for development of water transportation in the Mississippi Valley was made by former Governor W L Harding of Iowa The subject of his address was Water Transportation and Marketing In my judgment there are three sub jects which must be solved before we can attack the other problems confronting us ndenuately Governor Hirdiig said These are first transportation second conservation of food an...

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. — 20 January 1921

r4 i t IPAGEHWO t ii i W T I vrlRJIItil V 1 Villi r t Fit for a Queen A queen might trust us with her coronation robes of satin and silk with deserving confidence that they would he returned on time with the service rendered well worthy of Tier loyal approval Our service to her majesty would not only solve the problem of cleaning the linen of thejoyal house holuVbut would rejuvenate the palace rugs and draperies We hope in the choice of favorites next Monday that the selection will be one that will reflect the greatest amount of credit upon the University and will meet with the approval of all The selection of the most popular laundry in Columbia would not require so much close discrim ination for Dorn Cloney have en stamped with the mark of public approval and stand unquestion ed as the leaders in their line We salutethe Tiger Queens who nreto May their be a joyous one Dorn Cloney Laundry Dry Cleaning Co Where Satisfaction Is the Washword Hark Ye Miss Queen-to-Be - You realize far ...

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. — 20 January 1921

t ni in liTMpin namniMMii n - MM4 rf Miss Augusta Rembert of Columbia S C is the guest of her sister Mrs Lloyd iones and Major Jones 104 Rose mary lane Miss Rembert will remain Ui Columbia until March and many aocial affairs are being planned for her Mrs Herbert H White 1406 Rose- msry lane will entertain from 4 to 6 oclock Tuesday afternoon with a tea for Miss Augusta Rembert of Columbia S r who ii the euest of Maior and Mrs Lloyd Jones and Miss Hortense Suits and Top Coats Now Being Made for As Low As 50 Materials are of our choicest cat terns Good fit and excellent workman- ship guaranteed I Wolfson The Only Ladies Tailor Between St Louis and Kansas City Miller Bid Pbone 834 Gieselmann of Macon Mn whn i tK guest of Misa Modelle White The members of the Farm House fra ternity enteruined last night with an annual banquet at the chapter house The alumni members present were D W Chittenden If H Krusekopf R E Miller O B Price E O Pollack T Simpson R I Simpson L A Weaver and C A Helm o...

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. — 20 January 1921

TOE COLUMBIA EVENING s MISSOURIAN every evening except Sin 4T hjiihe Missourlan Publishing At relation Int Jay IL Neff Hall Coluo bla Missouri v ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiuces - ISUBSCKIPTION RATES City Week 10 ccnti single copies 3 cents By mail in Boone County Year 125 6 months J 175 3 months 90 cents -month 35 cents Outside ihecounty Tear 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Fayable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as jccond class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of Oetober 3 1917 s thorixed Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 A FARM CREDIT SYSTEM The operation of the farm loan system has been checked in the midst of its ac tivities hich amount to a loan of 15 000000 to farmers every month A law suit hindered its operation temporarily j This country needsa sound credit I tem for the farmer and the strongest ad- vocatesof that system are the authors of the Smith Lever B...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 January 1921

IlCilUC In the Field of Spott LEAVE TO MEET rtfY TWO GAMES rTijer baleteers nine strong ac labd by Director Z G Olevenirer ItsosUnt coach Craig Rubyleft at ijcslcraay lor vorman uui where ana saturaay atlernoon thev the Sooners Tigers nntiriiate a pair of stiff are conlident that tliey can re- i boonerland with their fifth and lit incited iIk atliletes to rfforts ifcfe three cripple George and Bon Uaiag and Llie Wackher were with HAfKERS LOOM VP DARL HORSE ENTRY ftansas jaiiawsers are i ocing fe as the dark horse in the illr Conference basketball race c ate four teams in the Valley that no valley defeat against them They Missouri Kansas the Kansas Aggies Nebraska Missouri won two each Wahinton and Ames Kansas the Cy Kims alo and has lea the make quintet in a parr 01 Is Nebraska vanquished Cnnnell in to ea laIuon in two gimes the is Aggies won over ullahoma in battle From the fact the ixonen of the strongest teams turned It tire Oklalioraa institution there is haze ii CLASSIFIED ADS ...

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. — 20 January 1921

- -- mmnn - -PACE SIX - With the Farmers Week Visitors ELEVEN LOCAL EXHIBITS WM Boone County Farmers Award ed Many Prizes jn Ham and Bacon Show FJen lioone County exhibit won prizrs in the annual ljam and Bacon Shew held in connection with Farmers Week U C Crane of this county won the second prize of 15 on a ham and W A Sampson won third prize of 10 on a ham J E Balleriger of Columbia won fourth prize a ribbon on bacon and II Ii Hunting of Rocheport took third prize 10 in the same class The third prize a ribbon was won by II B Huntington on a thoulder and ihe fourth prize also a ribbon in the same clas at won by U C Crane In the fresh sausage contest R L Bob Hill won first prize of 6 and A F Pauley of Ashland took second prize of 1 II B Huntington took fourth a ribbon in the tame class In the smoked sausage eihibit II B Huntington won the first prize of 6 and U C Crane won a srond prize of 4 The prize of 50 for the most exten five and best entry of meats went t Itnr County The other...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 January 1921

fc 6 i B HI wmR J M 2650 4 wf 1 t ft- MERS TO cHAVEAMTMT fFEASTTlffiflGHT sPresidcnt A Ross Hill Will Be l Toaslmaster -770 Tickets Had Been Sold Be fore Noon HAVE REGISTERED Warren S Stone and fl H Cno i tafbon Urge Co-Opera- l tion in Talks Last r ws i iviguu The Farmers Banquet ill be held at 6 clock tonlglij in RolhelL Cymnaslum The gymnasium -Mill be decorated with palms vases of flowers flag and ban sat A Missouri tiger will be placed en the speaker platform and the tables will be decorated with pots of hemlock and balsam Tickets for the banquet were selling raridly today At 11 oclock this morn 3T770 had been sold The following menu will be served f Scalloped Oysters Pickles Celery Roast Beef Candied Sweet Potatoes Peas Rolls Jelly Tomato Salad Cheese Crackers Ice Cream and Cake J Coffee Mints i Almonds President A Ross Jlill will be toast- master and the following toasts will be given isj stale uoara oi Agriculture A i Nelson president of ti State Board of Agriculture The Wom...

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