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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 1 February 1921

m 1 Phone 55 WANTED JTO BUY i WANTED A second hand office desk Phone 1328 Green R 116tI WANT To hear from party having farm for sale Cite particulars and low est price John J Black Missouri street Chippewa Falls Wis 115 tf SITUATION VACANT MEN WANTED to qualify for fire men brakemen experience unnecessary Transportation furnished Write A scolcs Supt Gamble Btdg St Louis 109 tf MEN WANTED For Detective Work Experience unnecessary Write J Can or former U S Govt Detective St Louis 109 tf LOST AND FOUND- IO iT Saturday niaht poll watrh rhain and knife C W Means engrav ed on hack of watrh Under return to G C Means 500 College Ave Phone 616 M 128 LOST On Ros marv Lane Saturday afternoon titter dorine cn aveil with initials C M W Finder please tele phone Catherine Ware 1123 W 128lf LOST Friday night in Columbia theater a silver dorine case and lip stick holder Under please call 692 green X129 LOST Lcathir hood cover for auto mobile Thursday afternoon Call 1170 F 125tf SITUATION WANTED WANT...

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. — 1 February 1921

IfllKjjHHM9MnPrlpn fei J PACE SIX - - n i SAYS LATIN IS GOODFORfflGH SCHOOL PUPILS Miss Cautlmni States There Is Mental Discipline in This Study for the Student IS NEEDED IN BUSINESS To Replace It Means to Have Pupils Enter Commercial Life Without turc Whenilbe fnitcd Slats entered the war there was a cry in the high reboots throughout the country for studies which iuld e ued immediately in the fervice The aner was an influx of subjects Never before taught in mjb echool but which filled the need and prepared stu dents more or Ics adequately for some branch of war 6crvicc Map drawing mcclunir and timdar tyining took pre ledencr over cultural subjects such as Latin and hitorv This wa the bceinning of an intensie training offered in the vocation Ger man was droiped in many school and the romance language were greatly em j4mmci1 The reason given was that flmriil ue could be made of these MiMie immoliatelt nnce many banks imtwrling Ihuc clothing establishments I i r j I oni itmnuiaviuiii...

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. — 2 February 1921

r 1 v i rc TiffzuxijQ School NORMAL ASKS FOR FUND Wants Appropriation for Com ing Year Does Not Count on Moving of College t of Agriculture By m Stf Cfmpm4et Jlfferson Qtv Feb 2 A yet the jilaciJ calm of I he House of Representa tives is unruffled by the introduction of a hill la remove the College of Agricul ture In Maryville Sentiment which is continually crystaliting and in th Leslature h not talired nn this sugiect other than tlut a number f the members hare shown marked indifference 1 the suggestion that such a move would be for the best interests of the state and would give the farmer boys greater advantages Representative Jesse Miller a dentist from Maryville aid today that there want any rush about the matter and that lie would get to it in time While he has nut decided who he will ask to introduce the meavre Dr Miller feels that he is placed in a delicate position and should he undertake to sponsor the till hinvlf the House might believe he has a selfish motive in having th...

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. — 2 February 1921

BflllP ljT rGP IPF lf fk I 11 pace two PROGRESS IN AGRICULTURAL TRAINING HERE ROpbn Shows M U College Has a Record orScrvice to thesFarmers of Missduri 4930- TAUGHT IN 1920 School Instructs Regular and Short Course Students and Fanners Week Visitors To tram men and women for the loca tion of agriculture To investigate agricultural problems in the experiment station To rarr the results of these investiga tion directly to lite farmers through the agricultural extcnoion service The foregoing are the three great func tions of the College of Agriculture of the University of Missouri as set forth in a summary of the work of the college en titled What the Institution Is Doing for Missouri For thirty eight headings the work of the College of Agriculture is explained and summarized The report says that the College of Agriculture has given systematic instruction at Columbia to 3591 students in the regular 4 vear tyear winter course students In the last ten years 1C000 Misouri farmmen and wome...

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. — 2 February 1921

- tHBBpfii WOMEN GOOD DOCTORS SAY COLUMBIA MEN Local Physicians Disagree Willi London University Which i Says They Are Failures GREAT FIELD SAYS COLE Greater Per Cent of Feminine Medical Students Hae Qualifications for Suc cess Says Dr Noyes Th view that women are failures as doctors talen b the London University College does not seem to be shared by the doctor of Columbia Dr W A Nor lis when interviewed on the subject said that although there were not a great many women doctors in this countr es pecially the West he thought that the were jerfectl successful There is no reason who women should not study medicine and every other thing equally as well as men if they are quail 6ed for the profession said Dr Jamt i Cordon There are fewer women who have studied medicine than men m that the number of brilliant ones are in the minority but if the per cent is taVen of the number in the profeion the pr cent of good women doctors will be as great as of the men Sex has nothing to do with it Wo...

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. — 2 February 1921

SHBESIsssP Mp PACE FOUR I Tv THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every- evening except San ity by the Missourian tnblUhine As sociation Int J17 H Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxaceh SUBSCRIPTION RA ES City Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents Br mail In Bcone County Year Outside the county Year 450 3 months L2S month 45 cens Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Kntered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Sectun 1103 Act of October 3 WW tnorizeo jcj tanber 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS T4 news -- Advertising and Circulation 55 SIGNS OF WAR Preparations for war go on For the ensuing ear the naval program alone of three great nations is as follows Great Britain 400000000 the United States 670000000 and Japan 237OOD000 According to Archibald Hurd a naal cipert of London by 1924 the relative naval strength of these nations will be Creat Britain 18 first class capital ships and 18 second class wi...

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. — 2 February 1921

t - k yr i Missouri C Nebraska 2 Kansas Aggies Kansas Ames Washington Oklahoma Crinncll Drake MISCELLANEOUS i the Field of Sport TIGERS LEAD VALLEY MCE With Eight Straight Victories Hate Ikl Chance For a Championship Missouri Valley Conference Standing School w I 0 0 1 Pcl 333 000 000 000 The Tigers with eight victories and no defiats toheir credit are bring her alded as the best prospect for the cham pionship However due to her easy schedule Nebraska has cvm a better cliance thin the Rub Clevnger aggre gation oath Schislers men have about half a man games as the Mi- tounans and lliey do not the strong er teams in the Valle The nixt ten games vhich the Mis sourians mut plav will prove stiffer rentals than en tint they have paed so far The Aggies who hate lost but one ill wdl be met nevt week at Man hattan Drake an unknown foe will come to the Tiger institution the Wow ing week and after that the Tigers will go to Kansas for what promises to be tli two most grilling battles of the se...

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. — 2 February 1921

pW9HK3sSSr K TACE SIX UW W BLACK WINTER FACES CENTRAL EUROPE RACES Millions Are Starving Slowly Have No Fats or Al buminous Elements in Their Food VIENNA SOREST PRESSED Music anil Art Continue Amid Outbreaks of Strange Diseases No Fear of Reds lh Lloid Alien United Press Staff Correspondent Mr Allen traveled through Central Eu rope as an officer of the American Red Cross and is telling uhat he actually saw Lomxis Jan 22 by mail Central Europe is in the midst of its blackest vvinter in histor Famine cold and di Frcibc arc decimating once happy popula tions at tlie rate of hundreds sometimes tlmusand per day Millions are starving slowly Their apcarancr is horrible to behold They are not drjins up into skeletons Iile the famine victims of India and Armenia Thrse IVilish Hussjan and Austrian suf ferer hate starvation dropsy It is bffmplit alniut by almost complete ab sence of albuminous elements and fats in fd and the rating of unusual quan tities of vegetables frrass even after tliich ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 February 1921

w tar 1 XT JJ iR5P pi collection of a direct annual tax upon all taxable property in the state An motor vehicle registration fees or license fees or taxes authorized by law except the property tax thereon less the cost of collection and the cost of maintaining any highway department or cmmison authorized by law shall after the issuance of such bonds and so lofig as any Imnds herein authorized are uniaid be and stand appropriatedvwith cut legist itive action for and to the pay ment of the principal of the said bonds and shall be credited to a sinking fund to be provided for by law It shall be the duty of the state audi tor on or before the 1st day of July to itctermire the rate of taxation necessary to raise the amount of money needed for that vear to pay the principal and inter est maturing in the next succeeding vear taking into consideration available funds delinquencies and cost of collection mitst Brcosiurr as whole Those who have contended that under the terms of the amendment ...

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. — 3 February 1921

TACE TWO ADOPT BY LAW TO SAVITARS CONSTITUTION Bids on Printing and Engraving Must Be Inspected by Stu dent Council Before Accepted HAVE STANDARD COVER Scphomore Assistants Named For This Years Savitar Staff Approved by Council With assets amounting to 110375 and unpaid salaries totaling 186 the 1920 Satitar was conducted with a deficit of J8Z25 according to the report of the Siiitar auditing committee of the Un dent council which was approved at the regular meeting of the council last night The report shos that the cash on hand amounts to 375 and the account re ceivable to 93 while the salaries of the members of the Saxitar staff have not been paid Besides approving the accounts of the 1920 Savitar the student council last night took action on several matters in connection with the University annual A by Jaw to the Savitar constitution re quiring that all bids on printing and en graving be inpected by the students council before being accepted was adopt ed and a committee was appoi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 February 1921

Mlis Ella Vyatt society editor uill appteciate it if you Kill telephone so ciety items betueen 9 and 12 oclock The members nf the Sipma Nil fralrr nm will entertain from 3 to 5 oclack Saturday afternoon with a tea fur their chaperon Mrs Inez Clark In the rc renin Ijre with the honor guct will be Mrs A Rom Hill Miss Eva John Mon ami Edgar Slwk Mrs James Gor don and Mrs Marparet Chamberlain will tric at the table in the dining ritom Ihe asM tants will Mrs II 1 Ilresf Mr F W Niederrmer Mrs CeorRe Etans Mrs O M Harnett Mrs Turner Gordon Mrs John E Slo Mrs A T Jeate Miss Emma Iluckner of Iaris Mo Mr Bmj McAIester Mrs C II Hollins Mrs Jane A Hurt Mrs Fan nie Hemphill Mrs E II Guitar Mrs Joe Estes Mrs Flora Woodvard Mrs S 1 Pierson Mrs Henry Keinhart Miss irsima Mens and Mr N T Genlr The Zeta IVta Tau fraternity an nounces the pledging of Slanlc Sjtron of St Louis Mrs J S Ilranham 408 South Ninth street entertained at 3 oclock teMer da afternoon witli an informal tea for friends There were...

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 February 1921

i r PAGE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian tublishing As ociation Ino Jay H Neil Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON JUsacoi SUBSCRIPTION RVES Gty Week 10 cents aingle copies 5 cents By nail in Boone County Year 12S 6 months JUS 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered aa aecond class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Seclun 1103 Act of October 3 1917 Sep tmbcr 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 4 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE SHORTEST MONTH Why has February only 28 days in common years and 29 dajs in leap jears Because February is the blacksheep month in the Year household In the first place there was no Febru ary at all nor was there January Some how the ancient Egyptians some 3800 B C then the Hebrews and then the Romans had considerable trouble about their calendar...

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

r FOR SALE fX i -- tifjyj Louis that the Miourians should win FOJl SIL New rebuilt Koval and 2 Underwood Tvcwriters Guaranteed and will lie kept in repair for one car ILL Heading 817 Virginia Ave T128tf FOR S LE Practically new 6 room nTOJFrn bangalow With bath 2 blocks south of Broadway full size concrete basement lot 79x187 1230 Carey Frasicr 414 Exchange National Bank Building Phone 519 or call 590 white at light G 126tf FOR SVLE Brand new seven room ho igalow at 1117 ISouchellc Ave Also one acre building site in Wcstvvood at real bargain E A Collins 1203 E Broadna Phone 603 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 acre farm miles cast of Hallsville good 6 room house concrete cellar 2 barns Implement shed and other good outbuild ings AH in cultivation except 4 acres 40 acres second bottom Will sell at a real bargain if sold bv March 1 or will trade for city property Carey Fra sier 41 1 Exchange National Building phone 519 or at night 590 white G 130tf WANTED TO BUY WANT To hear...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 February 1921

PACE SIX LARGESTPLANE NEARLY READY City of La Crosse Can Carry 16 Passengers and 1500 Pounds of Mail By IWfti Vrif MiMAiku Feb 3 City of La Ctvc furl if a fleet of mammoth air liners Doing constructed is scheduled lo make it initial flight toon according lo Alfred F Lawson imcntor and huilder Tlie Lawson tliip will carry sixteen lussrngcrs as well as at least 1500 pounds of mail or without passenger il carr 6000 pounds of mail and ex press I Tlie aiiliner the largest ever built vill oirrj sleeping berths with pneumatic mattresses from which the air can be let out lo economize on space in the da time Skivrer baths Willi hot and cold water ami heating plant on the ship are featured Food is l lie prepared before the liner leave and placed in themos bottles A waiter will be aboard the ship to serve food The it of La Crosse will be pow rl b ihrrc Liberty motors aggregating 1200 horse iiwcr and has a wing spread if la fret The cabin is 60 feet long The maximum speed is to be 120 miles an ...

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

14 lL ii i Curators Postpone Action at Meeting Today but Prob ably Will Accept Resig nation WILL TRAVEL ABROAD Will Continue as President Un til Successor Is Named or He Is Released by Board Dr A K Hill resigned ihii after noon as president of the University of Missouri lo accept the position of vice- presiJent of the American Red Cross and Director in Charge of all its Foreign Op erations lreident Hills resignation was pre sented to the Board of Curators at a meeting in Jefferson Gty this afternoon President Daid R Francis James E Coodrich and P E Bur ton were not preenu Since only si of the members of the Board were at the meeting t was voted u defer actiii on the resignation for the present After President Hill had urged the Board that it was his earnest desire to tale up the work of the Red Cros it was understood that the Board would grant his desire in the future and accept the resignation The Board made known its reluctance and regret that he had dc cided to sever his connecti...

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 February 1921

PACE TWO MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE c TTilliam Henley returned yesterday to Kansas City Thomas McKellcy is spending the wcrl cnd in Kansas Gt J F Hull editor of the Maryville Tri I Lune left Columbia jesterda W F Hiarcs returned to Marjftille jesterda Miss Kimball Hamilton is spending the weel ehd in Kansas City Did Crctzer is spending the week end in Kansas City L C Hannojkock went to Frankfort yesterday W E Parsons went to Boonville yes terday S II Moore of Columbia went to his farm at Uoclieport yesterday Mr and Mrs Thomas Conley went to Sedalia yesterday R L Pauley went to Mexico jester day on buines J H Owinjs of Centralia was in Co lumbia yesterday on business Sirs Gertie Muir of Crntralia was in Columbia cterday on business Mrs Anna White of Centralia was in Columbia ecrday on business L II Uigston of Centralia was in Co lumbia jrsterday on business P C Copher of HallMiIIc was in lumbia eterday on business J T Hendrix of Hallstille was in Co lumbia jesterda on business Mr and Mrs E ...

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 February 1921

night Afews of Columbia Society Miss Ella Wyatt society editor mil appreciate it if you uill telephone so ciety items betuten 9 and 12 oclock The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity an nounces the initiation of James C Mer cer Jennings La Albert S J Daugher ty Jr Fort Smith Ark James M OJCel Jey Aurora Owen M Ogden Kansas City J Ward Iiectur Glenwood and Carl N Lamlrum Mountain iew Pinner guest at the Alpha Tau Omega Iiouse last nicht ere Mrs N T3Gentr Miss Ileleh IloHard Mifis Geneiievc UU rnan Edgar lngan Fred llenningcrand Itert Dielder Iiidnts in llio miirt fniirs in Air ricullure Mill gite a dance at the Knight I of Columhus Students Hume Satuida i The Agricolae Cluh held initiation for nine women Iat Sunda They ere Mrs Edward Abbott Mrs J S Kaker and Mies Laura Nalim Edilh Itanhcl Beatrice Clahaugh Grace lttt Maryl WooJard Kathenne Iloag and Flor ence Potter Miss Eub Alrxandir 509 south Ninth street will entertain from 3 to 5 oVhtek Sunday afternmin lnformall at tea for Mrs Will Luca n...

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

i i i 1 I THE COLtBIBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun i day by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Inc Jay 1 1 Ned Hall Colum I bia Missouri j ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceh SUBSCRIPTION RAES Jjty Week 10 cents aingle copies I a cents Br null in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 3175 3 months 90 i cots month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable 1 In adrance Member Audit Bureau of Grculations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in SectiM 1103 Act of October 3 1917 thorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 27 Advertising and Grculation 55 T PROHIBITIONS FIRST YEAR To make prohibition successful public opinion must be behind it in every local ity Disregard not only destroys the ef fect of the prohibition law all over the country but also tends to breed disre spect for all laws The fust year of prohibition has neither proved itself to be the idealistic thing painte...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 February 1921

w M I Phone 55 L Jw z Ferf 0 Swtf TIGERS MEET PIKERS TONIGHT St Louis Alumni of University Will be out in Force for Games The Tiger basket tossers are in St Louis where tills evening the will clash with the Pikers The Pikers by virtue of their two ply defeat at the hands of Missouri earlier in the season are not expected to win from the Tiger team is either game University of Missouri alumni will be out in force for the two games and will give the Tigers a deeideJ assurance on the floor l a hington s crowds have never given Missouris teams a very hos pitable reception and the support of the St Louis alumni doubtless will come in hand Assutant Coach Ruby announced before leaving Columbia yesterday that be would not use Ceorgc Williams or Ls Be Wackber an more than was nec essary to win the two games Neither man is in the best of shape and as the Tigers will enter upon a stiff campaign nrxt week wten they engage the Kan ws Aggies be is anxious to save them EDMONDS PRAISES TIGERS Kansa...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 February 1921

Vsryrirff PACE SIX HAU STARVING VIENNA TRIES TO CARRY ON Cats and Dogs Have All Disap peared For a Long Time Sened as Meat to the Starving AMERICAN AID HELPS 90 Per Cent of Children Are Afflicted With Extreme Cases of Tuber culosis K LtotD Allet United Ircss Staff Correspondent VittNv Jan 22 by mail In Vienna jou never tec a cat or dog They disap peared more llian a year ago eaten b the starting papulation The cats and JnjH Mould lute starved to death any way the Viennese will tell you elimina tion of pets was good cconora Tila there are thousands in this town iJat lu not ratcn meat of any kind for months Its too expensive eten burtc meat is beyond the purse of any exeept the well to do Mrtuta is a city of about 2000000 ait off from the food of the surounding Austrian protinccs because the Austrian meucy i valueless Why should a farm sell bis scant stocks of eggs and ifain for paper currency that is north lew It will not buy warm clothing lios iwy and so forth cicept for outrageous ...

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