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

L tsZ Awaits Action by Executive Committee of Curators Before Severing Connections TO GO EASTTOMORROW Will Consult With Red Cross Heads at Washington Mrs Hill to Vassar Trustee Meeting President A Ross Hill who tendered M resignation vesterday said today tliat lie was unable to say just when lie would sever his connections with the Univer sity Tlic president and Mrs Hill ar med from Jefferson City this afternoon The morning via spent in conference -Kith Gov Arthur M Hyde in discussing mailers relating to the University Doctor Hill said this afternoon that the American Red Cross wishes him to take up his work immediately but that It Vould be impossible at present lince the Ixcrutive Board must hate another ironing to act on his resignation Also it will n quire wmf time for him to fin ish Ins work here President and Mrs Hill will leave to morrow for New lork where Mrs Hill will attend the meeting of the Board of Trustees of asar College of which she is a member From there they will go...

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. — 5 February 1921

rsxpnr r PACE TWO GET ELANS OF BRIDGE MADE 15 YEARS AGO S M Ravenel of Boonville Cives Old Trails Bridge Committee Previous Estimates ARE WORTr7l5000 NOW Maps Were Drawn in 1896 for Howard County Company But Lack of Funds Stopped Work Ilonmillr members of tlie recently arv Iinled bridge committee of the Old Trails Aiwtciation lute obtained the plain made for a bridge more tlun fif tieti ears ago Tliey are the property f S M Itaienrl of Howard County for nfrly city engineer of lluninille Cap tain Itavfrn lia alua4 ln an enlhusi artie homier t Leep tlie Ohl Trails route Nienaber left jesterday morning for Cen lie makes - I tralia mcr iih irnii tuiir an 1W of plars and drawings for the bridge intimated at a eot of 400000 Thre plans could not be duplicated for 600 ami would take months to obtain if Ratten after a present nine Captain laenels letter concerning the Irile movement follows I am glad indeed to see such men of effairs as Colonel Cogroe Colonel John Mon Dr William Milllebach a...

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. — 5 February 1921

Br r f 2 a r n Miss Ella Wyatt society editor vili appreciate it if you uill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Mtaes Franco and Helen Mitchell West Broadway entertained with a buffet luncheon at 1 oclock today for Miss Marjorie Jones hoe engagement has recently been announced A basket o carnations and narcissus formed the cen terpiece for the dining room table Be sides Miss Jones the guets were Miss Dorothy Rembert Miss Katherine Jones Mi Ruth Rollins Miss Catherine Bain Mim Ethel Tylder Miss Juliet Bowline and her piest Miss Dorothy Heinizrl man of Washington D C Mis Frances Bright Miss Exie Cray Miss Anna Pape Mus Louise Miller Mrs J C Jones Mrs Uojrl Jones Mrs C W Digges Mrs T Kent Catron Mrs J P McBaine Mrs C B Miller Mrs Dan C Stine Mrs Will Conley Mrs J B Heberling Mrs Ceorge Lefctre Mrs Emmett Smith Mrs James Garth Mrs luy L Koyes Mrs R J Kemer Mrs A C Spencer Mrs 1 0 llockaday and Mrs Berry McAIesler Mict nd Helm Mitchell TCVI Ilrnaduv uill rntrrtain at three ...

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. — 5 February 1921

PACETOUR J THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sin dav by the Missourian tublishing As eocialion Iut Jay IL Nell Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaces SUBSCRIPTION RATS City Week 10 cenu tingle copies 5 cents fly mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 175 3 months 90 crjls month 3o cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cen s Payable in advance I Member Audit Bureau of Grculations t Entered ns seeond class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided tor in Sectun iiuo A Act of October 3 1917 r thorized Sep if lumber 26 1918 Newi TELEPHONE NUMBERS 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 PRESIDENT HILL The resignation tif Dr A Ross Hill from tho presidency of the University of Missouri till cause genuine regret among all who know and appreciate his high srnice to the institution For eighteen jears lie lias been associated with the University and for nearly thir teen years its president These hae been fruitful...

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. — 5 February 1921

13 TIGERS BURY PIKERS 45 14 hrashinclon Quintet No Match f for Missouri Five Speedy t Play Features m f He Tigers won a one sided contest f Job the Pliers Iat cening in St Louis Lt tun score benB 45 14 The Wash- fjnffn jilavers were snowed under with Ka ir1ancle of bakcts This the third victory of the ea- E t for the Miourians oer the 1ikeviay i itblelcs f St Louis alumni of Missouri Iniver iiirf ere out in full force for I lie first Hi the tnopame eries vtith the rhals if the Tigers l lcat 300 alumni were nvpeil en one fide of the pmnaium jjd derhed much enjovment from the jf the siiteen free chances count AGGIES Phone 65 LOOK DANGEROUS Victory Over Kansas Places Them Second in Conference By defeating Kansas 23 to 18 last tiflit the Kansas Aggie moved into i cconil place in the Miun Vallev race The game was played at Lawrence which neant about a 10 point advantage to the Kansas quintet The Apgics who were considered out of tlie race when thev lot M Ames now loom up a a foimidable f...

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. — 5 February 1921

PACE SIX - - PENNSYLVANIA BUILDS ROADS TIi 1921 Plan Is to Construct Over 400 Miles of Highways fly tjutoj 7Vtf I1aribi rc Pa Feb 5 With the rec ril of hating built in two 5 cars 666 miles 18 foot roadway of durable nature the Iennsyltania State Highway Department is completing plans for the 1921 construc tion season During the coming ear the department hope to beat the record set in 1930 when 41357 miles of durable thoroughfare were put down The 666 miles of road built in 1919 and 1920 by the state of Pennsylvania con sisted of reinforced concrete plain con crete bituminous top on a concrete base brick and sheet asphalt The mainten ance division of the state highway de partment of Pennsjlvania entirely resur faced 377 miles of macadam road Its surface treatments covered 1300 miles of macadam During the four jears beginning with 1919 Penncjltania will hate approximate ly 150000000 available for road work A portion nf this is federal aid Bonds will be sold totaling 50000000 The Kate ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 February 1921

4 3k W -ill M - fa THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR J H HADEN BUILDING BURNS ROOMERS FLEE ON LADDERS ESTIMATED TOTAL LOSS IS 94700 Blaze Discovered at 5 oClock This Morning in Basement of Columbia Drug Company r BANK SAVES RECORDS Trust Company Sets Up Quar ters in Candy Kitchen Ready for Business at 9 oClock Approximately 94700 worth of proper ty was lukt in the fire which destroyed the fallen Building this morning Estimates today were Haden Building 60000 Bonne County Trust Co 5300 Cohunbia Drug Co 23000 CoIumLia Rental Insurance Co 200 tutor Barth Clothing Co 1000 Dr Cole osteopath 700 94700 ne nuiiuing i insured lor a Huuu Dr Odes property for 200 and the Col umhia Drug Co for about half of its value The deposits and records of the Boone County Trust Co were saved hul the amount of loss covered by insurance is not jet known None of the possessions of the roomers living in the building were saved The J II Haden Building occupied by the Boone County Trust Co the Co ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 February 1921

f TACE TWO 3JEW BILL CAUSES COMMENT Would Bar Aliens From Teaching in Public Schools or Colleges A bill before ihe State Legislature viliicli allovts only na ivt and naturaliz ed cilijrnsla become teichrrt in public elwol and coiirges lias been causing comment as to what constitutes a natur alkrd citiren and liat t4eps must be taken to become naturaliini A foreijsnT vh vihcs to become rut uralitrd mut firM file a declaration of intention with the ireuit cleik The applicant i then placed on good be lavior for a trim of two Tears At the eml of this period he files the second and lost paier the petition for naturaliza tion In lhi petition lie must giie ref erences to prove tliat he ha been a resi Ient of tlie United States for five vears and takes an oath that he is not an an archist or a believer in poljgam and tliat it is his intention to become a per manent citizen He must file this last paper not sooner than two jears after the first and not later than seven vears A copy of tin- pe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 February 1921

p i M I 57BWT Miss Ella Wyatt society editor Kill appreciate it if you vrill telephone so ciety items between 9 and 12 oclock Sir Stanley Smith Providence road and Rollins street vrill entertain from 3 to 5 oclock tomorrow afternoon with a tea for Mrs William Lucas of Kansas Gty who will be her honse guest this week Mrs Cleveland Hilson of Tulsa Okla and Mis Emma Iluckner of Paris Mo A color scheme of yellow will be carried out in the flower decorations and in the refreshment course A basket of sunburst roses will form the centerpiece for the dining room table Mrs Berry McAlester and Mrs W T Stephenson will lit at the serving table in the dining room The girls who will assist them will be Misses Sarah Maloney Lillie Harrison Louise Lacy Henrietta Stew art Ella Wyatt Alice Wicdmer Jennie Hockaday Modelle White Eleanor Wood Dorothy Logan Ceralrfine Harper and Margaret Baxter The women who will assist the hostess will be Mrs John Skes Mrs Dan C Stine Mrs George Boss Mrs C a Rollins Mis...

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. — 7 February 1921

ipHHr jsp V l PACE FOUR HE COLUMBIA EVENING f MISSOURIAN Published ecrf evening except Sun IT by the Missourian Publishing Al eutian Ine Jay H Neff Hall Cclum a Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceb SUBSCRIPTION RA ES City Week 10 cents tingle copies cents By mail in Boone County Year 125 C months 175 3 months 90 ats month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 onths 125 month 45 ecus Payable advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter cceptanee for mailing at special rate postage- provided for in Sectijn 1103 ct of October 3 1917 i thorized Sep- mber 26 19ia TELEiHONE NUMBERS dtertisinc and Crculation 55 THE NEWSPAPER DUTIES The nenspapcr is first of all a news cdium Its primary function is to tell its aders with greatest passible accuracy id fairness what ir going on This one is a high public sen ice for it fur sites the means of forming public opin n and public opinion is the force that ilea the Nation But this is only a part of the tpcrs duly One t...

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. — 7 February 1921

frr f VHHHHHHMKHUH iw Z0 FeM Sw TIGERS DEFEAT PIKERS 28 22 Missouri Center Stars in Final Game With Washington Saturday Night In the scoond game of a series wliicl a sport scribe describes as lhe most scintillating ever staged in St Louis the Timers were again victorious over the Washington I niversity 1iLtrs 28 22 Sat urday Apparcnll realizing thr folly of their stvlc of Ha which fratuicd rough taC tics the evening before tlie Washington ians pjavtd straight basketball in the final frav and for tlie major portion of the two twenty minute periods tlireateneil the MisHrians with the first ilefeat of the vcar As was true on the previous evening Williams the elongated Tiger center 3 llw predominating friar of the eor test A star of nars savs one sport writer in describing the Tier tenter worth to his team in scoring 20 of the 28 ImhhIs while another depicts him as not nit the rlas of the Missouri Valley but of tlie ntire middle western colleges and universities Bunker ton was a wiz ard...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 February 1921

L t i eth lUr I J School legislation epeciall the Coun V ffl 1 cis5jY 1 1 7fiRi III is HKtallJIH1 itssfww PACE SIX 868 MEASURES INTRODUCED IN LEGISLATURE Important Bills Deal With propriations Schools Childrens Code Laws and Labor LARGER BUDGETS ASKED Republicans Assailed by Oppo nents for Not Following Their Stand for Economy 11 a Staff Correspondent Jehta on On Keh 5 The vtorL of Ae Legislature since comening on Jan n 5 lia Ix en tbe introduction of 497 MU in tlie lluf and of 371 bills in the Senate One bill lias been passed li tlie Senate on its tliird reading and none come up for tliird reading in Ih limine Alut 100 House bills and t5 Senate bills bate been ordered en graved and printed Tlie work of introducing bills has slow ed up In same eMent and it is belieed thai by the miille of next week most bills lliat are to come up this session ill he been introduced The main work vitl then be with engrossing and passing the lulls m tliat they ma become laws Mast of the imoprtant legi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

SILL RID CJTY OF DANGEROUS FIRE HAZARDS r Business ix ction Must lie Clean ed lp or Insurance Rates Will Ad vance iFIRE PLUGS NECESSARY fSt Actuaries to Tell Own ers of Menace Public Meeting Monday Night rio rtv owners members of llie City Craned ami beads of the fi e and o Bee department will meet Monday night it the Commercial Club rooms with fire iasi rancc actuaries from St Louis in the interest r lower fire insuiancc rates for buildings here W B Now ell Jr chairman of the Gt Council fire rate committee announced at latt ichti meetins of the Council This action is the result of the fire that de linked the 1 laden building Monday morning Kales on the dcstrocd building were f o lie increased 40 cents m S100 - i when the fire occurred while at Iea t one I olher building in the same block is due for a raie three times as great unless fire ris arc made It- Mr Nowcll said As chairman of the rate committee Mr vowell lias repeatedly called attention of properl owners to unsafe condition...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

rcETvro - I i W 1 I- A I A J t V ir J fi H M News of Columbia Society Miss Ella JTyatt society editor will appreciate it if you vill telephone so ciety items bctuxcn 9 and 12 oclock The Margaret Elwsng Grcle of the Kings Daughters will fiie a silver tea from 3 to 5 oclock Thunda afternoon In tlio Presbyterian Church parlors The contributions mil lie turned ner to the lear Kat Itelief Fund Tliere ill lie a regular meeting of the Fortnightly Qub at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon at Head Hall The program ill begin promptly with the reading of a story by Mm Walter Miller The reg ular bniness m cling will follow the program Harry Illanton of Oakland CaU spent yesterday tiMting friends here Lat night he was the gut of hi sister Mn J L Stephens at the home of Mr and Mrs John Sykes Mr I V Vanditer Hinton Grael read entertained ery informally at llvrre tables of bridge at 8 oclock lat eiening The guest were Mr and Mrs Ccwirc Helm Mr and Mrs Will F Smith Mr and Mr John Nowell Mr and Mr Ien Nonel...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

p u V 51 I IN CRITICAL POSITION Kansas City Times Kplans Nted for I arce Appropriation from lit hwucs U T mrs The last few ars of advancing costs put all educational institution in a iritiial osilitn Driies for additional endowment ami appeals for larger state appii filiations haie leen general The I imrrril of Missouri ha- lieen afleetid like all the rest Hut it remains for tlie pirent legiidature to face the problem of tlie iRcnvbnl appropriations that are now essential The comiarison of the Missouri ap Topriations or the IaI two jear perjixl with lite appropri ations for other state universities shows how great is the Heed Missouri t niwr ilv and Scliitfil f Mine- V2VM Ohio 31583K Iowa I niversity anil tural Cdhge 9ir47 Minm sola fl000 Michigan I niferMly Agricul tural allege chd Mines 6J270000 Wine m ibmSM On the face of it this talde indicate the condiliH at Columbia with which the legislature imkI ileal if the uni v r itv is m to lie alkiweil to fall liope insh behiml tlie uni...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

E - f PAGE FOUR WOMEN RETAIN FEMININITY IN STATE CAPITOL Fair Sex Has Not Lost Respect of Men by Entering Poli tics According to Our Legislators SOLONS ARE COURTEOUS The Many Women Around the Capitol Are Treated With Great Politeness by Lawmakers By a Staff Cotretpondttt jErrtRSov City Feb 8 Contrary to jhe general belief womans entrance into politic has not made her less respected by men if jou take tlie measure of polite ness accorded the vomcn of the slate b the members of both houses of the Legis ure as a sign The writer carried around no lar bill to give to the politest person nor did he male any special attempt o seek out polite persons He jut observed per sons in general around the Capitol the last few dajs It is a rare thing to see a man refuse to take off his liat while going up or down in a elevator with a woman He almost invanbly let her enter the elea tor first and leate the same way When asked a question by a women on any subject conceivable he generally answers in a po...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

tS J J r r v fl fS2 Ik II i i lloute s i n v HALLSVILLE NEWS I Mr I Nidtsls etrfertaiRet ttte M sHtnarv Seilv of the Methodist Cluircli Frida afterHOm There ire nily one papik allomlirtf the llallsvitte Hii Srlw Clurtes Si men Ins lately been enrolled IS C ChamHer ww Hi HalWvMIe Thurs da Miss Kathrvn Monow of ttie iMiHe eciv rM4Ms h artmeHt of the Lniicfsit met ith the facultymd H4rRts of tltc llifdi htl 1 hursht to the p4a of serving hot lunches at the scbo It was ilechled In tr the plan for e vek awl if it is tifactor to nttttintK it through the year The Itev J T llewfaiv wet to GIn bia llwrcday Itobert II Atelier f Crl IUd iVli in the Hunt 4 h parents Mr and Mre J Archer Mi s MihlreJ rJtni s is vintifif her auHt Mis Madge lterry Mrs Searcy liHbiA tw Mrs EHa Iid lajd aid Mrs J J Jues viere jlmltJ visum lrtUv - Mis Mary Kemper i sHe to lie i scIkhiI again after a weeks ab enee due to ErBe t Nifeog returned to M lwme iu rroiiin ITiHHlay Mr anil Mm F J Fewon are the guevts f Mrs Fent...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

MT - rap5 K j3jK PACE SIX Ok THE COLUMBIA EVENING selves cannot till whether or nt Cerraany kIt MISSOURIAN will be able to pay the indemnity asked - -- - If find the I rSffi Germany punishment un 1 r 1 ftinnMM Mfv rMiinft irni n L a J v VVVJJt W Krjn oy ny me viissourun rcinntiung AS f8 tociation Inc Jay II Neff Hall Colum Est bia Missouri m nuuiiu junasuii vukacoi i CARL COME OUT J J i E tempt 1 new and lNnitrAlla alliance 1 lie VJELLCN I CARL w yy i m I f hi to M m W m i t subscription ra es City Week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 175 3 months 90 ccat month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Crculations WOMEN ON SCHOOL BOARDS Women know more about child wel fare than men do It i their business and their life work to understand what is good for their sons and daughters Until children are old enough to go to school women supervise their lie Why then is it that the metho...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

Willi ten victories on llic credit side of tin- IrilgT and the season rairc tban lialf pone the Tigers face llic greatest strain of the reason this week vvlifn the meet the Kansas Applies at Manhattan 1 he pgies are now supreme in second pace as llic result of two sensational Vie PAPERS PRAISE WILLIAMS St Louis Sport Writers Name 31 U Center a Star That live Tigers Ivavc in George Wil liams a plavc probably as great as any the Missouri Valley Conference ever de veloped seems to be the opinion of many spon vvriters in St Iouis who saw tlie Lis bov in action lat week Globe VemorreS Standing out far nlove thai of anv other olavcr on the FOR SLE One practically new elec tric Edrn washing machine Terms Phone 1020 rcd or 1153 A 133 FOR SALE Rhode Island Red pul lets good layers Telephone 903 grecn W 133 TOR RUNT FOR RENT 7 room modern house lo cated on South side W II Goldberrv phone 573 G 135 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 -acre farm 24 miles eat of Hallsville good 6 room hou...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 February 1921

PACE EIGHT ITALYS BREAD POLICY C4USES LARGE DEFICIT Government Buys Wheat and Sells to Public Below Co t to Lower High Bakery Prices PREMIER FACES CRISIS Giolilti Favors More Taxation and Increased Rates for Loaves Social ists Oppose Both Ef Usitrd TlTM Jiour Jan 27 Irrtnicr Ciolitti is preparing to meet the hardest and most critical fijdit of hi career when parlia ment re open tods The fight will be liasril mi lij support of the program for increasing the price of bread the ques tion vvltkli caused the downfall of form er IrrmiT Nitti fe4te Giolittis success in soiling the vniet L Vavral in Italy and the Ad riatic and Fiume questions it will ijuwe all his prestige and parliamentary ability to tide him over the fight which will le waged on him by socialists Final Reparations for the fight began when tiolilli leturned to Home and held the firt of wliat is planned to be a series f daily meetings of the cabinet Meanwhile Socialists already have cir cularized their 150 members of parlia...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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