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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 February 1921

n J n - - -- - H9MH9flSNHHHHHHHHffiHHlHi THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR BILL FOR MU APPROPRIATION UP NEXT WEEK Tcnlative Budget Considered by House Committee for State Teachers Colleges FAIR BOARD ASKS FUNDS Missouri State Historical Society I Given Entire Amount Asked For By m Suff CitmWnt JrrrtRMiv Cm Feb 9 3 p m The Missouri State Historical Society was given its full appropriation by a unanimous vote of the joint appropria ion committees which met in executive se ion on the matter this morning Representative EL N Hopkins chair man of the lloue Committee said that the entire committees were entirely in favor of the work being done by the society and that personally he felt no better publicity could be given Missouri than through the histories prepared by the society A number nf committeemen expressed regret that the society had not asked for a greater appropriation and to show their interest eleven joined the society and paid their dues By m Sktff Conttpenitnt Ji...

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. — 9 February 1921

fWS J to H PACE TWO HUDSON WILL PROPOSE ROAD DISTRICT BILL iEach County to Have Board of Commissioners Elected for a Period of 3 Years T0 LEVY 4 POLL TAX iTIirceMore Revenue Measures Placed Under Control of Body Present Law Still Valid Bf m Suff Cermpondetu Jeiteeson Citv Feb J A resolu tion was pased last night at a joint meeting of the road and ways and mesn ommittees of the Houe and Senate to llhf ffeet that no road Iegilation deal ring with the 60000000 bond issue will be eonidered at this session Road bills having to do with other nutters will re J ceive cnnideration Th Good Roads Federation bills have il IKTll muouuipi ami mc iiuut vi- ldrred 2000 copies of each bill to be j jirinted for dNtribution The bill urged by the Slissouri Farm- urrs Association known as ine ninn Mud Roads bill which was brought here by Colonel J A Hudson of Colum bia lias not been discused in any com- I mittce as vet J A Hudson of Columbia represent ing the Missouri Farmers Association tool to Jeffers...

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. — 9 February 1921

r I PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Jrublirhing As lociation Inc Jay H Neff Hall Uia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceh SUDSCRIPTION RA ES Gty Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 175 3 months 90 crnts month 33 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Grculations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 thorized Sep- tJjnber 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Adrertising and Gradation 55 TENANT FARMERS One fourth of the farmers in the United States are out of funds because the are tenants and have no reserve except their tools animals and furniture Their as sets are the crops raised each season If these farmers were forced to pay their industries ami individuals dependent on its production males coal a public util ity The ...

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. — 9 February 1921

ifews 0 Columbia Society Miss Ella Wyatt society editor will appreciate it if you trill telephone to- ciety items betuten 9 and 12 o clock Mr and Mrs Mar lull Gordon iiaie h gone to St Louis Pf Miss Elizabeth Speneer 502 Kollins i Ftreet entertained at 630 o clock la I-V- L 1 1 T1 4 1 jucm wiiu an imorniai dinner iirc p frueiU ert Misses Alire Wiedmer Margaret Lohman Mar Stone Kuth Jlageman Mary Iee Faris Frances Zim merman Marjorie Patterson Oirinne Macley anil Marjorie Winn Iio is i iting Mrs Henry Iteinhart 1215 Walnut itreet Mrs Qeieland Ilikon left today for her home in Tulsa OMa Miss Elizabeth Spencer 502 ltollins ttreet will leave tomorrow fur San An- Monio Tex Mr and Mrs Hens Stratton Mill lie lnnfr guests at the Delia Camma hou Ftonibt tL Tim Ormen AYilliam Miss Uerniee Kiback Miss Ida Mar IHellen and Miss Jane Hughes students in the ex pression department of ChriHun Col lege read for the Christian College Club at its meeting Saturda in the Drawing rooms of the College The ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 February 1921

- - - In the Field of Sport IGERS WILL GO THURSDAY Lcac3 Tomorrow Morn ing to Play Stiflest Games This lear rill meet th ggies Inday and Satur hT In the estimation f the Tiger Dches llice will be the iiffct games i the entire eaon lor the Tiger line Aggies are close on the licels il I Je Miounans in the chamiiionshiii Jue haing won sren games and Iol pi one to Ames Tliey ltar practical to win they will haie to deliver a better SITUATION VACANT MEN WANTED to qualify for fire- ben brakemen experience unnecessary Transportation furnished Write A pcoles SupL Gamble Rldg St Louis 109 lf MEN WANTED For Detective Work unnecessary Write J Can Experience r former U S Govt Detective St uis LOST AND FOUND 109 tf FOl ND- Roll of bills in t niverit Library Owner can obtain same by call kg at office of Librarian and proving Irnnrrfv 3 130 LOST Fan haped sterling Sn with brilliants Reward tea LOST BIctk leather noteliook with I luntain in clipped on it Finder call RII - J ii33tt nobile Thursday af...

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. — 9 February 1921

3 - wm I tfl J N fcs 1 II us if ft T m it rea rov t n 1 r J 1 PACE SIX AGRICULTURE BILL CAUSES LIVELY DEBATE Measure Providing for New State Department Meets Opposition in Coin mittee Hearing FIRST IN HYEJF PROGRAM Claim Proposed Law Would Save State 75000 An nually Irwin Says It Is Unconstitutional By 4 Suit CttrtpvmAtnl JtrrenM Cm Feb 9 The first bill jf the UJe reorganization program xlikh protidea for the creation of a De partment of Agriculture under which will be a number of board bureaus and commiifiium on agriculture including the GJIege of Agriculture and the State Fair Hoard brought an aalanche of condcra nation a ttcll as praise at the first pub lic hearing of the agricultural committee on the bill Monday night Itcpresrntalie Dcstnr of Pemiscot Coun ty who introduced the bill in the Hou e Hid The aim of the bill is to central ize and thereby male for a better cheaper and more efficient ad ministration of the agricultural intercts of Mate ft means at lea t a saving of 7500...

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. — 10 February 1921

T- ir v -- c y iHT By m Suit CorrtipmUeMt jErnnsoN City Feb 10 The prnpriation which will be made to the I nivcritv cif Missouri fir the biennial of 1921 22 will be approximately 1500000 it was learned this morning following a long session of the Jitistion committees last night F II Hopkins chairman of the House ommillec said the entire appropriations made so far ill be totaled to see lwvr the amount compare villi the amount on hand It is thought that the tenta tive appropriation for the University may le slightlv teduced Ilie maintenance fund granted under tlie tentative appropriation is 1200000 litis 400000 le a titan the amount asked In the University curators Fur the firt time in tear the commit tee made provision for starting a build ing program for the University The following ir t o new buildings which are to be granted Chemistty Building 121100 Mechanics Arts Building 100000 New Agricultural Building 200000 Beef Cattle Barns 25000 Extension of Hoine Economics Building 23000 ...

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. — 10 February 1921

i kef BSPOTfe 1WCETW0 wS tfBiiii It MHtU - Tn llf MISSOURI PAPERS R PAY TRIBUTE TO I K PRESIDENT HILL I I a s r k B a 8 s 5 m Me Mexico Daily Intelligencer In llie resignation of Dr A Koss Hill frnm the prriilcncy of llie Sitae Uni tfwitv Missouri loses a notable educator a lilllliam rxmilite anil a great fighter A lighter for the lniierit that it Inljlit anil accomplish its puroc in the tate against ipjxiiion and al nwst fanatical liatred at limes Why We lae neirr lxrn able to understand A ittracracy to endure must lean strongly mi the arm of education Yet lie lute witnessed in tins state during the iHrteen jears of Detor Hills presi dene of our Cnirrsitr a pointed and at times apparently sinister attitude to wards that institution on the part of our legislatures Appropriations liaic been Milhheld and if not withheld pared to wmilivcnrss lnlitics may line play fd ww part in all of this and ptrsonal feelings ttiay 1 said truiliftll that frwn more than one quarter there lias come hos...

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. — 10 February 1921

i - i p I iwli ami Mililrcil Ijnp Delia Delia Delta Alice Kurti Margaret Ilarrin ami Maraaret Wa Alia rhi Mics Marjorie StaiV Ii Tylrr EUic Cornell anJ Nell i impsMH Jeorpti STena preHlejit of Wil liam Wwnh CiUcpe was a dinner pue l lt tening at the Uii OTieja liouse The Tarmie Malthcvi Circle of the llaptitt Womens Miwitfnary Union of iiich Mre W M Tii4ofl h chairman nSll meet at 230 oilock tomorrow af ternoon at the home of Mrs Ijjwis MJ 5itilcr 1401 1ratt street The Maria Iwp Gibson Grclc of the Ilroaditar Mellwdit Qiurch will meet at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon at ll home of Mrs II G Bronn ami Mrs Ea Phillips 217 South Garth acnue Mw ruth liallins 510 Rollins street left today far St Loais to spend the Mrs Jaraes II Laughlin 1200 Walnut street will entertain informally at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon for her sister Mis Joe Tapley of Bowling Green who is Iter house guest The Young Womens Auiiliarj Mis sioaary Circle of the Baptist Church met at 4 oclock this afternoon at the lio...

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. — 10 February 1921

r I NURSE VISITS 197 PATIENTS II PACE FOUR Miss Willie Bryant Visiting Nurse Docs Great Serricc Miss Willie Do ant Miting nurse of the Charily Organization Society re ported jesterday afternoon at the regular meeting of that organization that during the month of January she had made 197 tisits in Columbia Of this number ere visits to tubercular patients who need the care of a nurse but are loo poor to obtain the necessary medical attention Miss Br ant said that there Kere many such caes in Columbia Miss Bryants ork takes her into all parts of toon She comes into contact with all claes of people but her great est service is done among those people who do not know the principles of health and cannot afford the services of a doc tor Miss Bryant anil Miss Dorothy Broefile Red Cross nurse co operate in their work among the children Miss Broeffle coming into contact with them in the schools and Miss Br ant in the homes The Charity Organization Society not only does this work through Mis B...

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. — 10 February 1921

i r IJPW PREPARING FOR VALENTINE DAY Grade School Children Write Verses and Do the Art Work in Class Willi Valentine Da less than a week off tlie children of the Columbia schools are exercising all the ingenuity and or iginality they possess that they may be reaily for tliat long waited for event In thefirt grades with the training of fie months to aid them the children hate shown the greatest interest in cut ting figures and combining colors to fol low the picture that each child has in his mind When the children began to do hand work with paper scissors and colors tliey had little control oer their arm muscles The hand could not draw a straight line nor fold a paper evenl for the arm would jerk ami the fingers twitch To strengthen the muscle con trol the children were ghen a great deal of simple hand work Some of them il lustrated Mother Goose IShvmes and drew original pictures of the characters With so much training behind them the valentines leing made are the success ful result...

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. — 10 February 1921

Ui 1 u id Hi Ml U S m i i 13 s i a 11 -3 fS 1 It m m m s Ml III W HI m M i 0 B I HI 2 m m Ml S 3 Ik s I 3 i rl THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian tuhhshing As sociation Inc Jay II Nell Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacek SUBSCRIPTION RAES City Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By trail in Boone County 1325 6 montlu 175 3 months 90 ceits montli 35 cents Outside the county Year 4 50 3 montlis 125 month 45 ecus Paable In advance Member Audit Bureau Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at siecial rate of postage provided for in Seelijn 1105 Act of October 3 1917 - lliorized 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS vews ii Advertising and Circulation 53 THE AUSTRALIAN RALLOT The revision of our election laws and BRIDGING THE MISSOURI As far as state matters arc concerned the bridging of the Missouri River is in the hands of a subcommittee of the Mis souri Division of the National Old Trails Knad Assoc...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 February 1921

iC 5iSi 3S 1 In the Field of Spot t TIGERS PLAY Two flames at Manhattan May Decide Vallc Basket- -hall Title Clucngi r and sitant Oarli Rub left today for Manhattan where tlie will engage the Kansas ggies on Frida and Saturda nights The universal opiitKii a itiiihl the Con ftrnice seems lo lie that the ale title will tleciihil tins week at Manialtan Nebraska at tin present time is not In ng rouMed in ih hampionshin race Ik fi - i i r i l llMn HARD WORK FOR TRACK MEN 000 Terms if wanted are rrasier Real Co 41 1 Exchange National Rank BIdg Plwne 519 G 139 IOR ME -6-room full modern home on ttil sm Ave Possession April 1 This is a real ItarFin 50000 A 7 room fully modernsNime on Maryland Place sleeping porch garage large bhaded lot J7W000 T E Wisilom Realty Gi Exchange National ISank BIdg Phone 25i W 139 FOR RENT IOR KENT -Light housekeeping apart ment living room bed room kitchenet te and Ilh Ample closet room well furnilied lighted and heated Garage Convenient to g School Vacant Marc...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 February 1921

IBs sv r Br TKOZ EIGHT FOREIGN FIELD VOLUNTEERS TO HEAR ALUMNUS Vernon Nash B J 14 Will Open Convention of Stu dent Missionary Band Tomorrow MEETING LASTS 3 DAYS To Show Handiwork of Un christianized Tribes Pro gram at Y M C A In cludes Many Speakers The conventien of llic Student Volun teer Ban- vtliirh will meet in Columbia tomorrow night Saturday and Sundav will open with an addres by Vernon Nash at 730 oVIiKk tomorrow night in the V M C A Vuditorium Mr Nah was graduated from the Si bool i Journalism of the Univcrsitv I of Missouri in 1914 and watt sent tn Eng- j land a Rlode scholar in 1916 He en 1 lered the ambulance corps soon after the beginning of the war He became intcr etcd in Y M C A work and was sent ly the association to work among the ivtive tronnc of India Since 1919 he Jus been doing publicity work for the M C A in Kansas City Tlieic will be morning afternoon and e vering M sions on Saturda and Sun lay The list of speaker for liee meet ings it almost complete bit the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 February 1921

tl h A tl 1 C r n Id of St JS ve fin fit fir All University Classes to Be Dismissed While Sherwood Eddy Talks to Students TALKS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS Missouri Students Have Praise Favorable Reports Come From Oklahoma University Announcement lias come from the Pres idents office tliat all University exercises will be Mispended during the hours 10 to II a m on Monday 9 to 10 a m on Tuesday ami 11 to 12 a m on Wednes a fur convocational services conducted by Slierwood Edd who fills a lecture rgagemeit at the University February -14 15 and 16 The evehing services will begin at 730 oclock Monda Tuesday and Wednes eay fallowing which personal confer ences will be held for students who de lire to d CU34 indiidial problems wili Jlr rdd Rooms adjacent to the Uni rr ltv Auditorium are to be used for this purpose it Mas announced today Wlntr in Columbia Mr Eddy will speak io the student body of Stephens and Christian colleges and it is probable that be will address a business mens Fathering Mis wi...

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. — 11 February 1921

Wl fit jfe jE PACE TWO l v r III 1 m 14 POINTS students hit irwdps bhi Ag Club Explains Why College of Agriculture Should Be Associated With University 1550 ENROLLED IN 1920 Cost of Proposed Change and Efficiency of Work Being Done Are Among 14 Reasons TIi students of the College of Ayri rulture through their organization llie jr Ctuli tfinr trep arti a list of reason ili tlic Gillepe of Agriculture should not be inoed frum Gilumbia Tliey list the fnlkinfr rrasois wh ie Gill pe tliouM retrain where it i 1 TIc College of Agriculture lias rnaile a phenomenal fcroHlli luring tin past ten tears while associate villi the liiierH Ten jear asn the enroll rocttt ti aa 510 In 10 JO the enrollment if students as 15o0 2 The GJIefO of Agriculture is no annual sending li acls to Missouri farms 480 men tliat liae Im cii trained in the Gllege 3 If a separate College of grieul tire were to be mainljinetl it would seally increase the cost ta the State Iknler llie present arrangement all stu dents in...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 February 1921

Afcws 0 Columbia Society Miss Ella tTyatl society eiitir ictil appreciate it ij you uill telephone so ciety items betueen 9 and 12 oclock At last The matron ami miss who hair been running uw for a Lite o luncheon between a morning bridr ir ly ami en allcrrcon l a may haie Ime rnoujh to plan and i ert their spring froclss since Lent lias begun to 1- oli tericJ Perhaps there will In- a fen fam lit affairs but tlie formal receriti ns hae witidrunn into a dark eorner to anait the apiwaranrc of the pailv cnercd frock One matron reall admitted that file had not slept tltirinp the afternoon for three necks banns pine to an infor mal lea tneelinj or bridge pari eiery a S after all Columbians are anx lour to nbscne Lent rcligiou I and otherwise The Kappa Alpha Tlieta sorority vull linld it annual birtlnia lianijrt at the Daniel llaione Tafrn at 7 oclock cvrpi tc Th suests vill be Mioses Ethtl Strodraan Kalhrr ine Cile Liaesline larks tllen ltters leina Bni Claudinc Coeit and Mrs II V Whitcom...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 February 1921

i r t GOODMAYOR MD MARSHAL RUNATOWN Boyle G Clark City Attorney Says Those Officers Are Most Important on the Ticket 23 ANNOUNCE CANDIDACY Brief Sketch of Each Candidate Is Presented for Informa tions of Columbia Voters The coming city primary rlection is for the nomination of officers of Columbia According to Bojle C Clark lawjer nd city attorney of Columbia the offices of ma or and city marshal are most im portant A good mior and city mar thai Mr dark says will rirtually run town Under the laws of Missouri a major most be at least 30 jears old a citizen of the United States and a resident of the city for at leal two jears immediate ly preceding the election It is lus duty to preside over the council sign city warrants make appointments of all city offices not filled by election except that of city marshal and in general to see that all officers of the city perform their duties He has a right with the consent of the council to remove any officer including elective officers for the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 February 1921

MKTIAYS OFF MANY MEN Repair Man Says Railroads Are Trying to Break Labors Back A nil man tood watching the 130 oclock L K T train disappear in the blue distance vith that intent stare men pain ho are accustomed to danger ous kofIl Did jou see the man ho pot on the train last he asked a stranger standing b lies the surest switchman on the line now and the fastest They need em now- To the stranpers inquiry he explained The railroads are laving off all the men the can The branch line between here and Mcliaine has taken off three of us a bapgage checker a train watcher and me Im general repair man and in spector One man does all our work no Ive worked on the roads all my life Been with this line nine years and now the re laving me off with the rest of em Cher at Sedalia they gave 361 men their walking papers in one day It isnt becarse they cant get trade or dont need the men Shippers are beg ging for more freight cars It int be cause the road heads cant make a profit from freight They c...

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. — 11 February 1921

frb tprni npjxi1 J uw IJ PACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening Easter comes early this vear fathers bills DAWES DEFENDS THE A Saiin ept clay by the Missourian Publishing As aociation Inc Jay II Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxacui SUBSCRIPTION EATS Oty Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 ccns Pavablc In advance sf postage provided for in Secliin 1105 Act of October 3 1917 - t mber 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMI1EHS l Advertising and Circulation 55 SLANG Its picturesque its forceful it even eimh well when urc voung but slang is a babit and like all other Imuits it jrovs on ou Fee a certain period in lite ilia u c el slcng unifeuhirJiy enables one to ex jwwi Umvlf Littler mere easily ami wil Ii more strcnglli You muht rather Iwar a univenity or cellegc vouth sav hes a fine bird than I somehow dont cere for him Bat wosldit j...

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