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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 January 1921

mV SUBSTANTIAL JANITORS ARE INCLUDED 1 N INCREASE FOR CITY TEACHERS i f a TJrtmr rt Knnrtinrr toanl oraius iiusc iiui From S5 to S21ll a Month for Each Instruc tor Receipts for 1920 21 Term Total tiiSUl tpenditures Amount to S6760471 Salary increases for all teachers of be Columbia S School and grade rhnols rcre granted at a special session 1 fliA rliool board Iat night Increases hrnrml from 5 to 2111 a month for h teacher and are to take enect irom r beginning of the 192021 term last 11 Janitors are also included in the darv raise - The alan increase was unanimously Hllccepted uy me lour uoiuu ucjiuv filficsrnt F W Niedermeyer S S Con f ley W N Dinitiddie anil C W Lootnis The board was able to tote the increase because of the 20 per cent increase in ii valuation of proper ordered by the f Stale Board of Equalization last year The airrage increase for iiigh school teacher was 889 a month with 3546 itjVing due each one as back pay ru n en f tlie twinty one high school teach tis are i...

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. — 25 January 1921

EHHHHpMa9BHHnpH HrHM - L fSffi JhUlVt - 1i 1 - fc jTflV T PAGE TWO WHISKY ONCE MADE LEGALLY IN COLUMBIA Brewery Was a Familiar Fea ture cf the City in Early Days Plant Also Man ufactured Woolens CAMPUS CHANGED NOW Only Six University Buildings U hen Columns Stul a Part of Old demic Hall Tn the historian Milling in 1876 Col iimLia as I lie county seat of lloone Cuunly a town of 4000 inhabitants situ- ated nine miles north of the Missouri river A rity beautifully hid out laleil on high rolling land streets broad and laid nut at right angle and shaded by all kinds of fret trees The jieople of the cit ere famous for their intelli gence ami refinement and the city vas tli seal if learning of the stale Col umbia was known thn as the Athens if the West The historian further recorded that Columbia liad a larjre flour mill a steam IIoh ami wafon factory a saw and cos turn pri l mill a vmolcn mill a brcMery pas vuirLs and a large tort packing es tablishment Tlierc was especial mention if a po...

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. — 25 January 1921

fl MM I 3 i 1 af -a f WiVaWV CIRCUSES ARE NOT NOVELTIES AT LANCASTER Missouri Town Is Stopping Place in Winter for Many Menageries and Carnivals W P HALL OWNS THEM Animals No Longer Cause Any Excitement Except When Wild One Must Be iieuapiureu If ou heard just part of tlte story you might thinV the Miw Sdney and Wil ms Hall who are attending school here now live in the darkness of an African jungle But they dont nor is their home in any other primitive wilderness untouched by the regenerating influence ol civilization They live in Missouri and only olightly further than 100 miles from Columbia That males it difficult for one to realize that while they vtere home for the Christmas holidavs the could hear herds of elephants trumpet ing within easy pistol range Lions rul ers f the animal kingdom sleek nerv ous leopards pumas wildcats and tigers enraged over the division of a horses r tieass these ere among the creatures that added their fierce or plaintive cries to the discordant choru...

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. — 25 January 1921

r HVagBKrvnQRBag HPUfi ip r V PACE FOUR ss - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Ino Jay IL Neil Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Makaceb SUBSCRIPTION KA ES City Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 33 cents Outside the county lear 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as fecond -class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate ot postage- provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 irlhorizcd Sep- trabcr 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 A SUCCESSFUL WEEK Ibc eighteenth Farmers Week lias Ireen successlully concluded after five ib of concentrated information for all the visitors and as many days of better understanding of the real problems and needs of the farmer for every member nho took part in the programs Nearly 3000 farmers we...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 January 1921

i r llyxt roar um iors one which concerns the actual pla n the floor and the other wlurii lias to do with lite players fate of lunil The first ilelklltineiit the foinier iVaiiensbuij otwlialh lianjle FOR RENT SWrnrionsIiip rare I ntil the I lyers Klite drcppeil a fjmc the Aggies cannot i I I I n l K PlrBMUllCU 11 lip - m n aic linun ulie olaeil that lute Jt no games W Of primary impoit just How is the KjCtitsas aggregation which itill Invade E t tliid u1 auiTin rt Al 11 tuiJmre afler six straight victories tjpint Conference teams The JffU are in uart liorse quintet of tlie j wiuj mfc Yum ne E I rector Minis vii of Ja consists of Jumsclt white tlie second lie has turned t r M n n i ll ci thai Howard i itii - Ir FOR RENT Fiie room furnished apailmeit fioiii February 10 lo S her 1 Couple preferroL Smith Ca- 7 - iron A I2 WANTED TO BUY WANTED V second hand office desk Phone 1328 Creen R 116tf WANTED To buy old tvpewriter any modern make Reading 817 Vir t jinia atenue R 112tf WANT To bea...

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. — 25 January 1921

A 1 f4 PACE SIX i ROAD MEETING HELD TODAY Old Trails Committee in Session for First Time in Jef ferson City Br a Staff Correspondent Jeffhiso On Jan 23 The execn tie committee of the Missouri Old Trails Association hdd its first meeting here this afternoon The members did not reach here until 3 ciclock Judge J M Lowe of Kansas Citv attended E Sjd ncy Stephens actini president of the awriation came from Columbia EOONWLLE IS INTERESTED That Boomille till make a strong ef fort to secure the new bridge across the Missouri River which it is proposed to build as an inducement for the selection of the Old Trails road as a primary state highway is indicated by an article ap pearing in a recent issue of the Boon ville Daily Republican It says in part Everything should be ready for the building of a bridge across the Missouri rive before this session of the Missouri Legislature adjourns if the historic San ta Fe trail which runs from civilization to sundown is to be favored with part of the 6...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 January 1921

COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER OLD TRAILS BR1DCE Executives of State Association Take Action at Highway Meeting in Jefferson City STEPHENS IS SECRETARY Boonville Representative Says I His City Would Subscribe 250000 to Span River By Staf Correspondent JrjrKM Qty Mo Jan 26 The executive rummillee of the Missouri Old Trail ISoad Association met at the Madison Hotrl at 230 yesterday after nron The meeting lasted until 5 oclock -The following members of the committee were present E N Hopkins of tPinjton Judge J M Lowe of Kansas Gtr J Xt Maughs of Fulton E ney Stephens of Columbia Matt W Hill of Marshall Arthur W Wallace of Boonville Stanley Gregory of Mineola Tbe first act of the committee was to elect Mr Hopkins permanent chairman and Sydney Stephens permanent secre tary On the suggestion of Mr Ste phens it as decided to make Ed Jame son of Fulton a member of the executive committee and elect him permanent treasurer of the association Mr pirn then suggested that it Mould be t wie to appoint 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. — 26 January 1921

t PACE TWO HINT - at tatfcr - - Announcingthe Winners of the Central Dairy Advertising Contest 1st Prize S5 Winner Howard D Rice 2nd Prize S3 Winner William Freely 3rd Prize S2 Winner Richard Stockholm These are the three High School Pdpils who won prizes in the contest of the Central Dairy They wrote the three best ads on Why Columbians Should Use Central Dairy Ice Cream Central Dairy DOT SAPPINGTON Prop G North Eight Street Phone 819 Safeguard the Little Ones SEE VS 1 1 There is no better way for the little nes to catch cold than walking over l bare cold floor See to it that your floor is covered Kith a carpet or rugs Its better to play safe We have them in any design and mes to match any room f Parker Furniture Co Phone 53 The Eskimos Never Were Famed For Their Jazz Songs Laughter and merry dispositions come from the lands of warmth and sunshine This weather isnt such as to encourage cheerfulness we admit Let the Palms drive away those gloom with their high powered batteries of j...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 January 1921

m fwwmipiwt MOTHERS CLUB HELPS SCHOOLS Manual Training and Domestic Science Departments Equipped The Mothers clubs of Columbia hive done in the past and are doing a great deal this year to establish a friendly understanding and intelligent co-opera-lion between the mothers of the school children and the teachers In the Lee school the Benton School and the Jefferson School the Mothers dub has either given entirely or helped to equip rooms for manual training and a domestic science department The club of Grant School is intending to do this at some future time but there is no place in that building for the depart tnents and new rooms will have to be ad ded The plaj grounds have nearly all bn equipped by these organizations The Grant Lee Eugene Held and Benton cyfiiwtt tiai piant strides vaults riots and other playground equipment The Eugene Field Scliool has a new addition to the library as a Chritmas gift from the club It is a set of World Encyclo pedias of ten volumes These books he...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 January 1921

F Mr- PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As tociation Ino Jay II Ncff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mahaccr SUBSCRIPTION RAES City Week 10 cents single copies a cents Br mail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 1175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 3 months SI25 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulation Entered as Kccoml class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of poslape provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 rrUtorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Ne 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 THE FUTURE OF COTTON With the December price of cotton scarcely half the cott of producing jt farmers business men and banlcrs are joining with farmers organizations to ad vocate a reduction of at least one third in the acreage of cotton this coming spring The land thu released is to be deioted to the raWng of corn potatoes and sorghu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 January 1921

I tribe Four games are to be iilajcd B craint Cunnill fimr with Amen tvvo 1 I 1 DpIh nmt Fun 1111 01111 mi -3 I Judging from thrir form in their jural paints eliraka should ccme tliroufi uli victories in all her le J Timers on tlie oilier lian to win 1 trie till ill piiihahl he to nine tKrouali vuth eisVceti slraizht iclmics tSuh ailir i in ni n Imped for but not EM51 Mi xiuri tram have vwf many cLimpKiiisIiir in the past Jmt a iikiu a int iieciilnii un usual To milih fiirh teara has to iL remarkibly bi- Lctball om tune Contequtiitlv the Tiger hnkelball rerters rt twi ktoiie or Karsas his nfi k h v rvalue as iloes the Irani tlmt he Jjvhawkers lue an outfit this feason that will match well with tlie be I ii th Valle The Kansans record l -ix Iraiuht wins in conference games h not been a fluke aiTair All nf the gamt luxe lieen won in fairl rayJle F the Kansas director has rot foind it iMre ary to iel upon any iiaall gioup of h athletes to produce - he m3 but rattier lie lias used as ma...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 January 1921

l1 n i ih 1i ji M I k PACE SIX NEW PLAN FOR FOREIGN RELIEF It Is Suggested That Surplus Food Now Held for Pro fit Be Sent The American Farm Bureau Federa tion in which torty four organized states are represented has offered a plan for feeding the millions of starvir people in Europe China and the near Lat The tuggetticn was made by the president of the federation J II Howard in his ap peal before 1000 delegates of the Illi nois Agriculture Association assembled in Chicago January 14 There is a great production of food in this country and this abundant supply is lieing held by the farmers Prices are low and they are nailing until they ran dipoc of their products at a greater profit Mr Howard suggested that the coun ties give their surplus food to the stan ins in Europe This would not only bet ter the terrible conditions but lower the Kli mortalil Thirt -seven counties pledged 0300 huhels of cojn and oth er states epreed a deire to co-operate Illinois Iowa Nebraska Kansas Ohio Miouri ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 January 1921

r - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COMMERCIAL CLUBS BELIEVE IN LEGISLATURE State Delegates Adopt Motion Expressing Faith in Its Ability to Handle Road Money CANT SOLVE PROBLEM Two Meetings Were Held Yesterday by Road Men Wishing to Help the General Assembly By m Stiff Ceyepodrnt jEFruso City Jan 27 The Mis souri Federation of Commercial Qubs adopted a motion tnis morning to the ef fret that it had full faith in the ability of the General Assembly to handle the problem nf building roads under the 60 000000 bond issue The federation also derided to appoint 1 committee of sixteen one from each of die ctnresinal districts of the state lo determine the policy of the lion The memliers of this committee are to Irarn the sentiment in their Irirts and report back at another conven tion to be rnjlcd At this second conten tion the policy will be decided and rec ommendations will le made to the spe cial session of the Legislature Br m Suff Corrridrnl JtrrEBsov City Jan 27 Two r...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 January 1921

F zHMPr J - PACE TWO - SAY TRAVELING IN MEXICO HAS DFFICIJLTIES Prfc Mitchell and Miss - uro Matthews find ChaJinS Cars an t NO ROOMS IN HCTEL iVrivcd in Acambaro at 1 - in Morning Spent Night o Terror in Native i Mud Hut Seroe people accustomed only to U f monthest nathwav ft of life can find hundred ceuses for protest against the reccssitv for clanging cars at Centralia or McRaine according lo the route o take wben leaving or coming to Colum bia The anwer that in the- ne Pce there are at least bcd available- for sleep ing end in both the protection of the Slate of Missouri against rob j murder is never needed Thee tamper ed one who must rai e their voc to ebiert li the slishtrst inconven vence should try maki connections on the so called railroad that runs through arabaro Stale of Guanajuato Mexico according to Mis Pearle Mitchell and II s Laura Matthews whv shared Ac nmbaros doubtful hospitality not once lt on two never to bc forgottcn occa sierfc Mim Mitchell endMis Matthews set...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 January 1921

1 Miss Ella Watt society editor uill appreciate it if jou uill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Mrs Kate L Horine 19 Allen place will entertain tomorrow with a 1 oclock luncheon for Mr Hiram Phillip and Mrs Paul Phillip of Si Loui ami Mr Joe Tapley of Howling Creen vtho are guct f Mrs J II I aughliii 1200 Walnut street Miss Helen Woods of Princeton vsas a dinner guest at the Phi Mu lion lat eiening Mr ami Mr Rerry McAleterIeft yesterday for Kansas Cit where the will isit for several data A Fredendall left jcstenlay for New York for a three weeks lay Mrs Dustin I Craft and small daugh ter Zads Dustin will leave for th ir home in Chicago tomorrow after a months Uit with Mr and Mrs John C Skes 511 Rollm street Manv social affair Iiave been given in honor of Mr Craft during her Msit in Columbia Mrs George Ros entertained Iat cve iiing with a dinner part at the Alpha Tau Omega house for Mis Augusta Rcm bert of Columbia S C wlio is the guest of her sifter Mrs Llod Jones an...

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. — 27 January 1921

r PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian 1 ablithing As sociation Inc Jay U Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacer SUBSCRIPTION RAES Gty Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cent month 35 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cens 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 1917 arthorired Sep tember 26 1911 TELEPHONE NUMBERS xxcwi Aarcxtising and Gradation 55 OUR DELAYED INAUGURATION We elect a President early in Novem ber and wait until March 4 to put him in office There is an interval of four months in wliich little is accomplished In the early dajs of the Nation consider able time was necessary between the elec tion and inauguration on account of the slow transportation of that time There is...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 January 1921

L Phono 5 FOR SALE KUHASTHE TALLER CENTER Aiisoun uoacncs riannmg a New Scheme to Combat Prohuhlc Setback So loafirs and Ilcat Missouri are llic slogans of lJiop Allen anj his Jatial athletes ulin lull appear at Kothnell Gymnasium toimrrow oen ing fnr llir first of the two game annual claic Iw lrlhall fries between Kansas and Missouri Tlic K U leader lias been hcMing Ins men back Willi liut one object in tie that -of betting Miz zou Tigrr followers who haie been used to seeing George Williams pet the juny on tlie opioing renter need not be thi weeV for Urlaubi the K U pivot man vill lower far aboe Big George The loss of the juirp will mean a considerable setback to the Tig er TheT hare been accustomed to get ting their plas darted from the jump at center and coneqEntly the Tiger mentors arc deiing a new sclirme to combat the situation which will arie -with Kansas taking the ball at each throw up at center Craig lul is Mill silent as to an opening lineup DAILY ILUNI PRAISES YOUNT Gav...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 January 1921

raSP t - r tiff i GSSi PACE SIX Groundhog and Katydid Replaced By Modern Weather Forecaster The old time weather prophet and eer like the one horse 1ia the walking plow the hoop Virt and a doien other thing that we tnwk of today In terms of Used to be has ponr out with his day and gen place to a highly specialized and scientific method of predicting weather conditions Of course we still find him in some Communities hut he Is not looked upon today with the awe and admiration that he once wa Thrrf are still manv people who he line that It the wind blowi out of th South on the sitth ila of a certain month it will blow from that same direction li many da in that month Of courie there is still the cherUbcd belief that if the crescent of a new moon Is tutned a termln way the weather will lie dry and if turned another way It will be wet The grounding conies in for his share of notoriety when he saunters forth on the second day of February Again in the summer time the whip poor will is the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 January 1921

r ft tt BEL PROVIDING FOR REMOVAL OF COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE TO MARYVILLE IS INTRODUCED Senator Will C Irwins Measure to Be Followed by Similar One in House NOT TO MOVE BUILDINGS No Report on Irwin Bill Until After Second Reading Miller Wrote House Measure By a Sto orretpoadent JtrraiMiN Cm Jan 28 The bill providing for the removal of the College of Agriculture of the University from Gulumbia to Maryvillc is now before the General Assembly It was intro duced in the Senate about noon today tnd a similar measure will be intro duced in he House either thit afternoon or tomorrow morning The bill introduced in the Senate was written by Will C Irwin of Jefferson City Irwin was occupying the chair a president pro t a of the Senate near the cloe f the morning session when lie lecngmred Richard E Ralph of Valley Pari Italph then introduced the bil It Hill not be referred to a committee until it comes up for a second reading lieprcsentatiie Jesse Miller of has prepared a similar bill for in tr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 January 1921

judSLd 11 - if it i if Si 1- - Vfi m ft t I lv IV X C nssi 3S3 V f ffc I PACE TWO T I MT j sftr tween Johnsons Troops and Andersons Rebels on Singleton Farm FEW UNIONISTS ESCAPED The Famous Frank James Was in Encounter Returned to Visit Spot Many Years Later When eighty men dressed in blue the Federal color approached Centralis about ten oclock on the morning of Sep- trntlier 27 IBM tlie citizen of the town thought litem Union soldiers and dis roiereil only when they arrived in town lliat they were Southern guerillas Even then they did not realize for what pur poe the troops liad come until thfjr saw me train tired upon men killed without hesitation and stores and houses plunder ed Although the massacre at Centralia vas one uf tlie most bloody parts of the Ciil war few people here understand its importance or know much about it Cen W 1L L CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRINC Pbono 523 TThIfe trali had at the time two hotels two Mores a school and a depot There vttre four to story buildings i...

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