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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 September 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVtNlNG MISSOURIAN t THIRTEENTH YEAR Columbia, Missouri, Saturday, September is, 1920 NUMBER 15s HOLD FORMAL CONVOCATION AT CHRISTL4N Mrs. St. Clair-Moss Becomes President-Emeritus Ed gar D. Lee 'Is New President UNIVERSITY DEANS TALK Tribute Is Paid to Retiring President New Ideas in Education of Women Emphasized. "Emeritus is a word of antral mean ings," said M". 1- W. St. Clair-Moss after bring introduced as the president emeritus at the formal convocation of Christian College this morning. To me," die continued, "it means that I shall ret to do all the things I hare wanted to do for so long and couldn't find time for on account of my administrative duties. It will mean that 1 shall have time to work for the col lege endowment" Edgar D. Lee was presented as the new president of the college. He spoke of the work and place of the junior col lege. The plan of Christian College is not only to prepare its students to con' tinne their work in institutions of high er learni...

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 September 1920

-- "fc,V t-v -trr. PACE TWO AT THE HOTELS j wife. Chilhowee, Me.; Georgia WinJet, The following guests .registered it thes,PuIPa' OUl-: ,r; cnUoE. Swaa, Daniel Boon T. j v- i Johnson Cny, Jenn.; H. F. Stevenson, Mil.l L'? K.- t,e Rock Att HeibCTt & MJ "lllton. M. MrTlnn.M .nj ir.ii vr .. ... . -. . .. M -.-,, ri. " """ ""'"" " Nrnatlu Mo.; ana i. At, Bell, -waaiia. - . " u''fo: O. a Austin, Webb -n.r Mloine cunts reelsi,J i tfw. ivlr w Crawford. Carp, F. To- AIwn, irolri yrsierday: Koy E. Nile. i-l Bk T, " P a"k "nJ Mr- 1"'uU: B,le '" KnMs Gty; W. F B u ' "" C"y: N M V,n"5r L UUnlil. Walnut Shade; Louis Stuib J -r "Ml W'1I,am U""'nB'rr, Jrfferon Gty: R. M. Coud, Sedaha; Ha 7 . . Loui ,L - Gppeiweller and C. A. NowelL Atoberly. nd J. A. McLaughbn. New lorL.Gty; J fwsoj Gty; Miss W. L. Johnson, F..rt T,,e AnM'r"'ln LpS,nn "" lloM " i Worth, Tex.; Mrs L. J.Priest and Mis. '" w'l'nR 8 eloel Monday night at H. E. Bishop, Alton, III; Mrs. 1'aul tlic Y. .M. C A, at which important busi...

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 September 1920

, I.?' iEFii &?ag :mw? '-1'- -r'js. $1 -nigggg3aBaa5gig"WtfMWUR-agBaBBiairfigg'gaagBiga'yJT-Witi.i a .---., . - -- '- fsv'S pJWs- - '-5sTWP "-," Johnston Bros: ' THE HOME r "OF WEDDING RING ' AND t WISH-BONE PRODUCTS Johnston Bros. PHONE 375 T T 'The Wisdom of Observation" Will be the Subject of DEAN WILLIAMS' LECTURE Before his Bible Class in 9:45 A. M. Sunday morning. You are Invited to Attend nifty See our new shipment of (wool and silk). Wc hae all the finishing Glasgow C W. MARTIN, Mgr. FJ EPISCOPAL STUDENTS and all others interested in tile LIFE OF CHRIST are cordially invited to attend the Students' Class at Calvary Church tomorrow at 9:45. " ' The subject will be "The Birth of Christ in Prophesy and History." - Come and bring your friends.-. n Too Late to Classify FOR RENT A room for one person. Phone 422. W-17 FOR SALE-Purebred Scotch Collie pups, beautifully marked. Annl. Rni .Locust. Phone 1321. W.17 FOR SALE Two food Waahinr ma. chines; alc folding bench wringer, al-...

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 September 1920

-, ' Ull I -,.. " " aw 1 f-vv " "'- 'y- ?f L ''"""' ' ,1ttfnwaj.. ' " ' -ihb1'-1'' ' t,l .1 . ,i , Lfc i,-i if SI' til li II ! W ft fe r - ,f SIS' U& Rfcii aastsi-. ;4THE rOLUMfcTA iEVENING "MISSOURIAN T 1bT Sanataw ! ltu rfcBAI -- t-.s- iu u n.tf ... "-Tr: ""T : " m -. - . AU- JUiurwMtf kiTM "iikiSJ" Bo C"" nai i U tMU. P,4U t 4Ke. V Kraa a. wi i .! KM. . .,. TU4 Is Sectba 1103. A J cv..!.. I 1117. : MikMlj 5teW x HI. TOjftmiNE NUiOtKS j "".,. C&ctMIra. ... W. cH'tktolT 1. It. kMlxM ilht win w r ' tH VtT(lU. Blt-. dOWMtlln. fHEEDOS FOB THE PHILIN03 Sooner or later the end is bound to lj corne, however much we may postpone Vt e issue. We have given the Filipinos ' -; so auch to expect in their peaceful Mit for freedom that to retract now -ld be to riUe a cry again,, Ame, ,tea. under a promise of ultimate inde- pendence, the Filipinos, as it were, have '. hiM all their energies to the achieve . znent of that promise. Their progress ' in twenty-one years of American occu c pat...

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 September 1920

PL GARDEN CROPS CAN BE STORED Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips, Beets and. Onions Are Easily Kept. The storing nf vegetables that are not ued a. toon, as, gathered is very Impor unl. as it is a fine way in lay up food for future use. Potatoes, carrots, onion, heels, iitr. nips and many oilier garden product may be kept for winter use by storing. Care should be taken retarding the proper temperature and ventilation need. ed. the amount of moisture necessarr ' 'tli burlap or old earner, whirli end the auality of the vegetable when dT cellar should be moistened often firtt put in storage. I enough to prevent shriveling. For later Some vegetable may be stored 'on1" P40 ""full in sand as described mother's pantry sheltes, while others f,or ca"ol. Jl5 STANDARD SCHOOLS IN TfflSGOUNTY THE COLUMBIA EVEN1NC. WSSOPRIAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBPB ift i920 PACE this true of parsnip. Beet. Dig carefully without bruising me sun. uiloit the topa about an inch above the beet. facie, carefully in aep- ' arate la...

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 September 1920

&&? r Ft IJ&'V.-- f fc r -.j !? 'H t .C raBUKACHAS 2,178 b a Btcort XantllBont Tkat rnfTFRiti. Ears&aent for' the f.11 inw-i Kr?? University here reached 2,178, vratkist all previous recordstfohn . KT: reMtrr. hat reported. Stn-I Dtin Tells has esUblished the wo vocals will continue to register'at the. rate .. m-owntiie house, where twenty .several hundred a day during the IIKH.1 OI IK feMr it ,. rtmA 1 ic7oiug women. More vounc women than jg. - - - -, .. ..-t.. L0ne noui mil mj " mwm-,. v.,.-. "uS?? Monday was 1,773. and in- sjx yonng women under the supervision f laded 710 freshmen. 358 of whom wereLr i... Ann F Smith, instructor in g.ea registered Tuesday. The -number of SeabZrr "'""" r,gu" fori r - T StBdfstn at Ik ,::. u k. raT 1. V "... awaic .an. y ww wiuti imicicu ij utr aa- t-VBHHce ai mu anA rr.. "k at.. j-. titation. These courses cover! practically i'Vri"ii ' intellectual, professjonal, LCS rr,;gn;ng to uke positions with edu jtadaslrial and business ende...

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. — 20 September 1920

i"rs P & .' - $ L.'fSygJWWiV t&Tt COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920 NUMBER 16 I i .. . " i - v ' - " ., .,., i ' iXv! J ?lBffrr'Vf'r '" ,i,i3Ste2i -. mt .-- li...Gikir "Tt TrlHi xraFvk T J rfif .wv--s m t , iijt 2wtwF -ppp : ' mr?wm'mFsmvjkmim'' r m '- ' ;- :- 2- bbiMC v, f ' ,i- -v:tm .. - .mJ'-. ; m . I : ' 1 111 I I iiH ll r i -?tBi t- H-fc.. - .rr r j fi "? tr nr" nBHBK " ' r-, -, fVi,irvraTVy..T.,i . -- . . . i ' 'j' - , -" --- i. JVERNORRsDiS 1 t " GARDNERWnX W ... T "-- ?j HI " State Dxecutive to Dlmt Two AfiemotmaBd "- "ii Evening; MARSHALL CANT COME Vice-President's FngHgwnent in Columbia Is BrokeBAla-ba.Set.torke- His Place, Cowno Frederick D, Cardner will mate two addresses in ColaaahUne-t Thumliy iflTn'1-T tnj niht if, , The t'ttrnoon tddras will be firra et J o'clock tad the ereaiac Uret t 7 JO o'clock, Effem e baaf mde'to train the Hall Theater for the afici mod iprakinf and the. Uawrtilf Audi torium (or the night tddresa, Tha was announced thit af...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 September 1920

yjr3&$ ?s"-QtZ- j i isvqn.'tf'f -' p. Jg3iESlpl - - fse't J.TgMBg'BlMlsig3f "V T& 3ffV"-v ' a " "' Br JAcfcTtFO .. asp ii t v? v- 1 14 & 'Jv uiA -tfS 1ZlW0M jT m THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1920 K&. iKS V PW MS A 1 jlj Sped a -Ntfw Shirt Its just the Shirt you'te been look ing' far a ncto Ox weave in solid y J. colorsuahd .i , mica- attached, You will -add prestige, to yourself nilh one of these Shirts. Price of this shirt $5.00 plus 20c tax We hold no Clearance Sale, ire sell our goods at a uni form low price till the year around.) v Store Will Be Closed All Day Wednesday Everybody's Store i UNIVERSITY NEWS Mis Libhie Collins went to St. Louis Saturday to spend the week-end. J. C Fams, a University student, went to Boonville to spend the week-end. Mrs. A. G. Alartin of Lincoln, Neb is visiting at the dome of her son, Frank L. Martin, and Mrs. Martin. 1L E. Moore, a student in the School of Engineering, spent the week-end at his home in Boonv...

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 September 1920

wm fei M-Tt. ? f ; V'- 11 r.. IT- 'I -Sfc s & "'- r if - -,' -! If L li lr f ar.r ,-M VO THE.COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURfAN.'MONDAY.SEPTEMBER 20. 1920 y A. PACE , TL.-zr f l SjK 4 SSp-A ColuMa Theafe TONIGHT. AND TUESDAY ' iT . Ka r J - - -v j , .. t s. v -t,, -v - . i MADGE -KENNEDY, uJh. IN , 'THE .TRUTH" , . She had told so many lies that now when she was in trouble and only the truth Mould save her hcwoujdnlt believe Mx.i . . -Also 7,t& ill --.-... ..-.,. . ' A Fox-SufAhine Comedy 3 --' u f wednesdAymMthursday ' Violet Herriing in The Cost" SOCIETY 3 The .Home Economics . Qub of .University will aire a Ira at .the home of. Dean F. BL Mumford, from 4 to JJ hwi iiicsasy aucrnooiu aii aiuuents Ukinalrourses in homeecoiwmic are UTIll evening was spent in "take-offs on the faculty. The second part was a fashion show. Miss Carmen! Williams took the uart of the French maid and student lb, acted as models. Thejaothers of new sta- dents were special (dens. Mn.-Hi TiP. Hertig manaced...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 September 1920

PsT'PfffSff5 ? , I x ,v- ? v. ,1 sr'2": s svr: - -Vi, K ,v s.w-ft--'w,' -iswfe-ner- list. - "' .- -- . a RMS"?. g & iff- Wti-- Sli- gy ?i- 5K I 9 -- r -r -1 . . 4 -I .1 i. i1 jn 5 - AS !. . J i .! k I S- ' V stl WST! .ITHEjGOLUMBIA KVffMjgSOUfaAN - ' l. (h MIiihiIm KUMht Aawiuta. Ik, Iir H. SUT tt.n j-.vll. .i.rrr , .... ... x -, ' !, unn, Mgai jw. SLsaurno bates CByt VMk, at vta. If !; n rr.nB I. h Cswert Tw. lull !""' W.7iAn.ito. n ran. -.W"0 kMii Tw Ul a llaMtUnn. h)iUiliilnw MTt AW Bum of OmbtlM. , ur4 as elm Bil aanar. Acca , far. atsmsf t tmIi) nu W jiii r 'M Iw h'laalM IMS, Am ml (klakn 1. KIT. eaissttus Siwtw'at. ista. .? TEUTBOKI MIOEU -,v 4 Gfcaktlac .....s: ... SJ- Osta October L Iks Laiacs flics win n Mb la lU VlrgUIa tUf.. fensuin. ! GOOB BOOKS AND COOB READING Good books are like good friends; the longer you hare item the longer yon want to hare them. ' "lie run wU reads well "Kill talk well. i He will hire learned something to say , 'and bis reading will hare tang...

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. — 20 September 1920

f SECTIOK LEADERS 5 f I APPOINT i Christian Charta Body Also AdoptR 7 Constliatloa. ' j The ol5cers of the new Women's Coon- fril of the Christian Church met with the laAen of the four organizations of the council t 3 o clock Friday afternoon at the church. A constitution for the Women Council tl adopted. SAHAH E. CKBCCH SELLS aTOlTSB X V. Daaeaa of XcJUbIb, lex Bnjs the Residence.. Mrs. Sarah E. Crouch of Columbia has old her rseidence at 507 South Fifth street to N. N. Duncan of McAlpln. Tex. The transaction was completed Saturday by tbe Carejr, Walker & Fais- THE COLUMBIA EVENINC MISSOURIAN. MONruY, SEPTEMBER 2ft I09n ENGLAND MUST BUILD DEFENSE J ON RHINE BANK Phone 65 T Real Estate Comna.nv. Leaden for work In the four sections! Y:Dui of, Columbia sold his of the lov.n were appointed. Mrs. D. E. Major is leader of the northwest sec tion. Mrs. C. W. Scltwnbe of the norh. east section, Mrs. F. S. Lonsdale of the southct section, and Mrs: S. D. Smith of Ihe southeast section. T...

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 September 1920

,. I,tK',.-.A" tM&'i? -," v 5 -jirj " '?lfil''SlX "WJri-!Jli-t '-$&" " ?""l't "" ii inn -I ' . I -i IP SIN -i Swell rav, ; - s , ky - SS',f; r P 5 K i" f feff , i I &. I r. 1 i S E - r J ? Cj-S t? Srf - 'A f KF S 1 41 1 lJ& v-l ftp s - "V--,p-, " The Big Wedding at the Hall Theater Work is being pushed rapidly as possible to per-' feet the "Unique Wedding" at the Hall Theater Oct. 5th. Fifty men to take part and some of the homliest in Columbia transformed into beautiful women. Laugh until your sides split. Benefit of Boone County Poultry Association. Watch'Date for Sale of Tickets THE C6LTOIA' EVENINC ffiggftflgm HOTifflLY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1920 SPORT If Bniw Special Showing of Women's Brown Calf Oxfords i The new Autumn style that is so extremely popular for street wear with silk or woolen stockings. They are the I product of one of the best makers in America shown in tinest quality dark brown call with welt soles and military heels with or without wing tips. Sizes 2 ...

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. — 21 September 1920

4,,aSx "71i- ' THE COLUMBIA MSSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1920 NUMBER 17 EVENING MORE PAY FOR POLICEMEN AND FIREMEN HERE Columbia Council Advances Wages of Employes in the Two Departments of ,, the City. t BY UNANIMOUS VOTE 'Fire Chief Instructed ' to Fill Two Vacancies Motors t Parked To Near Water Plugs. , Columbia firemen and policemen were granted a raise in salaries by the city council at last night "a meeting. Upon recommendation of Councilman 0. B. Wilson, chairman of the fire com- 1 mittee, the Council unanimously voted to increase the salary of all the firemen ex clusive of the salary of Tom walden, fire chief. $20 a month, the raise to take effect October I. This raise in salaries increase the pay of W. E. Kennedy, as- (istant fire chief, from 90 a month tc $110 a month and the pay of ordinary Crcmrn from $80 a month to tlOO a monln. uuei waien S paid . a.ywieraay me oignm lemperamre wa)r month. The places of J. C Walden and Noah Fax,...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 September 1920

&i :-?-- rc: jwvi Ww'-WP- --v ?r-" ' IKKrir' iMfim TO HATE J VM'&v 2? J w m P tmmMt THE COLUMBIA EVENING MlSSOURIAN. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1920 l. STCBE.NT 8U5At' Unierf4tjr men and Unijrersity vou-n H". lliible classes: the captain of the-nen) Xtfcoiht Chnreh Has Filed Octo.1"- women teams in the organization, SPORT- Iter 10 for Date. dent Council will be able to nuke per manent the organization that Mr. ftew. romb has perecled. To Farm JUtnIon Sladj Class. IV-Jj) iriijii women are planning to form a mis-Jon study class October 1, winch Kill meet on Monday afternoons. It is probable tliat the teit book will be -The Church anil the Community. The University drat who is president of the Young Feu-J ballooning, a elate university will be pie's I'nion. It is expected that the Stu-i entered in a national balloon race Sat urda). Keroard von Hoffman and hi .helper, Willard Ifeller. both of the Uni versity of Missouri, will take the air at Birmingham as representatives of the Univ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 September 1920

'" ; IV " V. . ? 1( fw . S"M ' WL'af.A SHta TAaVUMBI. i Wll "alal lllll I1M M i J f BW'IIW IWP ' 'W 'HI IWI II '!! ! II I ' MP d Ur I ,mW HIM ul'm Jp 1 1 i -"i iTt j.ESaHVIHHfinK.91 'VnmwKlj9KVwJl F.9rtlXMFS IK. al WU-fcU 'I .aaafnJtMJ BBss BfisasCafT . .UKfKKVr SAs'JfiinBaSaC'- JJTfcjC Bfu-IUaJ?Ir2 wl.. mmm-Mmm:'im7 'pkt-'T1' --p? r-Tt! sr x-er frr ts. j i jat" rfc. ' . -m . . - - tt5fT4' i ' . t . .. r-rtK-nxzzd,.-.- - j vwir "".' -- . - j vf-. -j- "!"- c I-.-J. 1 -.i! --. UNIVERSITY NEWS' cull was a, member ol the S. A. T. C. here in 1918 ami a student in the School ?oT Kncineerin tT Mt..l A .--.i- . i - - -- e .- www iiwaDOHS A meeting of the Home Economies in June. IQIO H ;. i,:. k. r...t Oiib will 1 held tomorrow afternoon at ! havinz Just, rnmnl,.-.! m. . ! j o'clock in Koom 110, Academic HalL on which lie went to the Hawaiian 1.1. University, and to get them actively in treated in some sort of religious work. J. B.. Ankeny, who rrcentlr came to the University of Missouri to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 September 1920

"m "s, V .eo5R5flBevH -H I?' J- 1 fvVt ; Sa T " v .- . - I ? MEWtTSmgaBg. lgy I aWL aMJ a H 11 , M ,il III . '" I1IIIHIMM Tl.KI . t s ... " - V Tr,- SJ, - r? ra IS " &.- fi ts Ife r r RV i? t r I m rii, I ai ' ftf a alt. - ill&g-rfa, taassr tor .PAqErpnu. -i'' ' if- - -- -" -- , .THE .COLUMBIA EVENING-MISSOURI aStt ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1920 -THfe-COLtJMBiA 'EVENING MISSOURIAN tWliaWJ essay imi aaceat .Saada? r MlHaaiM ,t-aMialaa Aiaariatiaa. !, Jar H. "tf Ban, CafcaaSia. MlMri. Alfaaaa Jakaaaa. sttssatc. . si'BscurnoN rates Or l Uaata. w com t. It cnu; 'I'll. S tcpu. .Br suit la Boca. Caaalvl Year. tlSs aalaa. 11.75; J swatlii. 9S casta. OmUm On mIII Ycat. SUS; 3 I H-25l aoMh 4 ceats. faraala ! a4aac. ataxia Mcttbcr Aaijt Baraaa of ClraaUriaa. XaUtat M asooa4-claaa aaul uttef. Accept- aaea tat atiliaj CI aseciel, na a" aiaa lC t bCCUM JlfEJ,lAet 4 UctaVCt A. Ullniial Sertcalxt M. Hit. TELEPHONE MilSEKS Ke ,. a ....... MwtnUtf ual Cbcablki, OatO OdaVrr I. tlx aaalana !& n...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 September 1920

---. JS. 5 m H-J . jsg -, tot mniMBTA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1920" JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Suits Made-to-Measure Cleaning Pressing-1-Altering 4 Phone lS Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg. 8th St. Entrance PROBATIONERS i JURETfflOttf BY PINK UNIFORMS taiifi jlndu . . ..-,. --r- "- I V tr. -- ? - I- , . ''"' THE ONE SATISFACTORY FLOUR V T ji: Eery ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in food value and uniform in quality. Our-selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone County and our sstem of milling makes possible the manu facture of this supremely satisfactory flour. "HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No. 9 Boone County Milling . , and Elevator ompany Makers of Red Ring. Feeds. i -. - i '-Z . . ..- aiiforua.lCoIAJ.'0o, Jiuwn. Indiana. Michigan and Washlofio-- This ear the nurses are regularly en rolled students i the Uruvera-y must conform to the entrance require ments. The probationers .tile courses in preventive medicine and elementary ' - chemistry in ...

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. — 21 September 1920

w'-n.-i? t: . .1 - T E'S, - 1 r9L 52Mfc & ! H IS' ft r l'v It d V fe ITS' ACESCC K.gJg TOE COflffitBlA: EVENING WlSSOUKtAy. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2f, 1920 lIXTRAVAGANCE DECLINES. SAYS ,FRANKLIN LANE & i U. S. Is on a Sound .Economic -Basis With the Great Wave of Spending Sub- siding. TRANSPORTATION BETTER Call for Money for Building Purposes Is Strong Small Houses in Demand. WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. Franklin Lane, former secretary of the interior today issued a statement making public summary of what he calls "the first comprehensive, carefully made ami ap proximately accurate picture of indus trial, agricultural, financial anJ polm cat conditions throughout the United Women in Uruguay. Wefer Home . Economics to tthe Liberal Arts Women in Uruguay are greater lovers of home life than are Missouri women, according Jo Carlos' Monteverde, a stu dent in the School of .-Medicine of the University. Monteverde bases hit 'opin ion on the differences in courses chosen by girls in the United...

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. — 22 September 1920

JKJH TWa v 3- THE -COLUMBIA s- COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNfestiAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1920 J4UMBER-18P THIRTEENTH YEAR EWNING MISSOURIAN 1 . ! ? , ' ' "' :?' STILL RUINED AND WHISKY THROWN AWAY A. M. Burke, Federal Officer, Demolishes Liquor-Making Machine and Pours Gallons Away. warrantTor" BALSAMO U. S. Marshal Expected lo Ar rive Tonight Fruit Store Closes at 6 To night. A. M, Burke, federal c&cer from Jef. fcrton Gty, arrived Jitre Saturday and oVrtrojcd John Balsa mo a abort cut lo a fortune. He threw into tbe sewer forty five gallons of whisky, fire gallons of vine, and one barrel of brandy found in Balsamo'i store, the Colombia Fruit Com pany. He also had men'pour on! twenty live barrels of mash found there. The still owned by Balsaao will not era be allowed the distinction of becMn inf a relic to the days (one by. Mr. Burke took an axe and hammered it Into pieces. The wood portions of the still would now make good kindling, and the copper -receptacle ratable more the dented and ...

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. — 22 September 1920

egfjr-ssp' fftV --fJw$ grvrrsgfpiffl 4 ". .- . - THE COLUMBIA EVENING .MlSSOURtANtDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2J-M2for" vr w - frACETTO I.. - SHI I h t v Kf ' " Sgw Columbia Theatre TONIGHT AND THURSDAY ., ( L David Graham Philips' Greatest Story ' T "THE COST"' w WITH x if . " Violet Heming t , (Star of "E cry Woman") --- --.. - .... . "'"" "" "i " io ner Desi inena saw him ruined in Wall street by a man whose wife he had wronged. J A griping romance of dollars and hearts. ? . i - H Also t y V TOPICS OF THE DAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ' Enid Bennett in "THE FALSEROAD i - you. gl ' NEW ATHLETIC COURSES OPEN AT CHRISTIAN Physical Director Features Girls' Club to Create More Interest in Sports. He Feels As Happy As He Looks V There's a reason and the reason is because he has just had one. of those good drinks at the "Polly anna." There is a certain richness and flavor to allour drinks that makes one happy and peppy. Bring the party down here next time and they will think well'of ou for the choice....

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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