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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 February 1921

w v ni TOLD BY HILL President of University and Others Review Deeds of Noted Missouri Physician SCROLL IS PRESENTED Banquet to Honor Veteran Edu cator Attended by Many Entertained by Col lege Girls Toasted as the father of the Univer iy School of Medicine as the man who bid the foundation for the ideals of he medical profession in this state and as the originator of the present system of medical education in this section of America Dr A W McAlester cele brated his eightieth hitlhdav in the con- pan of three hundred professional and lay friends from this and other states at the Daniel Boone Tavern last night it a banquet arranged in his honor by the Boone Cornty Medical Society Talks b men who have been asso ciated ith Doctor McAlester as an ed ucator public officer and practicing phy sician Kcrc followed by the presentation to tlie Iioror guet of a scroll the upper portion of Khich bore a small portrait of Dr McAlester Kith an illuminated paragraph describing his Korth to the commun...

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. — 16 February 1921

U KSi vj F S r lie i th t TAGE TWO WOULD CHANGE SCHOOLPLAN Bill in Lower House Provides for Slate Board of In fraction By c Staff Correspondent JimrsN City Feb 16 One more consolidation measure of the tiona program i before the Lover Houe Keprescntativc John C Djott has intro duced a bill vthich seels to establish a Boanl of Iublic Instruction Under the provisions of the bill the state vtould le divided into five districts Mith inejubcts appointed from each dis trict and alo one from the state at large Boone County would be in the first dittrict The chairman of the board viould rc ceite SiOOO a ear and the other mem litis 10 a day vthilc the board is in hessien If the measure is parsed it xill mean mtccpinj change in the control of the tarious teachers training collegs and fome other institutions vthich now hate llieir ovn boards of regents or managers The control and management of the kIiouIs would be transferred to the board legethcr with the title to real estate and sther propert...

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. — 16 February 1921

tUt News of Columbia Society Miss Ella Wjalt society editor trill appreciate it if you uill telephone sa fety items between 9 and 12 oclock Mrs Margaret Chamberlain chaperon at Head Hall surprised the girl with a valentine dinner Momlay night The lining room was decorated with hearts and red crepe paper The place cards were valentines Cherry ice and heart shaped cakes vore in accordance villi the decorations Mis Elizabeth Lavtson of St 1 ouis secretary of the Suth Central District of the Y W C A was ill- hoior guot at a tea given a 4 oclock this afternoon by the V W C A of Stephens College Kappa Kappa national announces the pledging of Ernin V Humes liiehard Sim Oialnicrs Voedt Mian Lfneclnji Gene Heel am Charles J Lowranre Dr IL B Vvatt of Kurt Smith Arl will arrive the Utter part of this month fur a visit with Ins daugher Mi a Ella Vyatt at the IM Mu houe The Alplia Camma IIm fraternit an pounces llie pledging of William Glenn VJadr of Filirtre Miis Virginia Bo well ami Mis Gsil W...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 February 1921

Ill III I PAGE FOUR LIFE WORK OF DR MALESTER TOLD BY HILL Continued from page 1 cf manhood and whose leadership is no challenged in old age The thing that will fiand out in his life and by which he will be best and longest remembered will be Doctor McAlester as a friend rot a friend who lives in seclusion or sit upon a pedestal but as a man who waits beside the man in the road and helps him to bear his burdens Dcctor Waters concluded his talk bv proposing a toast to Doctor McAlester the friend of man fa I lege whose husband the lite Dr Wood son Moss was for many vears associated fit I with Doctor McAlester on the facult cf the School of Medicine read an orig inal tribute in verse to the guest of the evening Dr J C Liter of St Louis who is a former student of the University ex plained Doctor McAlesters sterling qualities by the fact that his mother vas from irginia his father from Ken tucky and be was born in Missouri and lie expressed his appreciation of Doctor McAlester for his sim...

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. — 16 February 1921

FATE OF PARTY IS UNDECIDED Delegates of National Womans Organualion Meet to De termine Future Course Bj lilJ Vsmcio Tb 16 American rppresmtalivi i omened lirrr tlcrilav In answer ofEcially tlie rrup lion do e jo fmm here fler prdinmar at vililcli a monument to three pioneers of the moement va umiileil at the Cap itol tlie National Womans larly prn I three da lomrnlion to determine the partvs future xIiHlier it iisulc or continue anil if it tlects tu continue plan its program Tlie eiecutive rimraitlis anj aihinry council lias a report to present mapping tut a hrme nf inlf rnalioftal influence it lioiits the conenliun will adopt Dm fpicuous among the recommnilaimis i I pleilge Itval tlie organization will pro tect women s rights in anv itilf rnaltotial pnernnKii that mav be rtahislietl n America the ic olulims ilerlarr the party vill trie to eliminate inequalitie and legal ilseriminatn remaining I gainst American nomen Aiming routine reports before the first djjs ws tliat of Mi Sue Ul...

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. — 16 February 1921

- PACE FK THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening eept Sun day by the Missourian Iublishing As sociation Inc Jay II Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacdi SUBSCRIPTION RAES Gty Week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cents Br irail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cots month 35 cents Outside the count Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable in advance is the cause of world miser not only al the time of its duration but after it is over Moreover the recent war has im mensely diminished the prestige of Eu ropean civilization in countries vthich have a civilization of their ovvn But peace must be based on goodwill Na tions are like people As long as suspic ions and jealousies exist there cun be no guaranty of amity and of brutlierliood Cood will in turn mut rest on self sacri fice a fundamental principle in life There must be readiness and willingness to work for the general good of all peo ple There mut be co operation to keep peace Outer condi...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 February 1921

MONKEY GLAND IS CURING GIRL Operation on Mary Zundak Re stores Mentality Broken ly Infantile Paralysis gj VmiU4 trm Grcvco Feb Id Nineteen j ear old Mary 7undak whose broken mentality was mended by the transplanting f a monkey ttrjroid gland to tier neck was marooned in a hopiial here liulay while physicians waited for plulanlhropisls to caiw lo her aid Marvs brain snapped when stricken nub infantile arali when sm was 6 months old ami for eighteen vcar she lived in a barncnt of her parents liorre at Joliet Ill where die was divovcred bj iiralth officers Tile pit roultl j r tall read or walk The parents fore 989 grecn everv ten vears when new laws made bv general compilation l as tliat Have been repealed are omitted by the com mittee and a general revision is at tempted The work of the revision committee tppointed by the to Irouses of the State Legislature has covered a period of two years The members of the commission received 510 a day and it is said tkat a number of the revision w...

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. — 16 February 1921

i cyi r BgF page eight - fTCOLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 16 1921 H mSet money gram in the forming of the new constitution SPRINGBLOUSE qjyONE BEL S M - Daly Tells Interesting Facts on Mrs A H Brucggeman and Mrs Wal fl PCP TT i O f k T lAT VT Wooden Check Writing TO TliT A TAT ATA V McNab Miller twil Ml III wi riiiiu r k i vi i in i w ter - up in the rajtB o atik vxjlx VJvyxJVyx Its a wildly excitiig life we lead up ak J i jja if iHk 5 - I L jk 5 t Models Shown Have Choker Collars Short Sleeves and Bells By Mariowe Fritten Jor the United Press New ukk Feb 16 Spring blouses fthow Ic variation from the past reasons feiin s than an other feminine gar ment The main difference is in coloring and material Practically all the manufacture rrs are turning out at quantities of porcelain blue tangerine honejdew and rattan model One houe is shoeing a model of tie satins brocades and taffetas of midwin ter to the georgettes nets and laces of early spring Georgette combined ith si...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 February 1921

1 lit f H 1 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR EDDY CLOSES IDS PROGRAM AT UNIVERSITY Last Speech a Summary of Pre ceding Addresses Ex presses Appreciation of M Us Attitude ORGANIZES SOCIETY HERE Its Purpose to Further His Teachings Among Stu dents Recommends Fifteen Books Though I travel from coast to roast 1 shall nocr forget the attitude shown b the students and the faculty towards the teachings of which I hate spoken during irv stay here Such were the words of Dr Sherwood Eddy in his closing address last night before an audience which filled the Un iversity Auditorium Deen Walter Miller in introlrcng Doctor Eddy exr reused sincere appreciation of his teachings in behalf of Universitv and fac ulty Doctor Eddys address was o i certain extent a summary of his previ ous lectures We have tried to face the social mor al and religious challenges We liaTe Siied lo view the world from the King dom of Godand whether we are going out for God or for Mammon for service or for pro...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 February 1921

If - spo -A HP I 53 r i TACE TITO Life Time Prisoner Dedicates Poem to His Mofzhers Memory JtrFESsoN City Feb 14 He is a mitn I fancy tonight I caiTsee her greuing gray and pissing on the westei o And near her sweet voice again slope of life He its today in the privm As je vthipereil Good Night at Jetierson tjty and muses over nis uuy hood days in Kentucky ai a happy child on the old plantation of the SoutK itji a splendid home and a tpotless heritage The later picture of a happy home a wife and three1 children no dometic double then a tilling in a timber camp and the awful verdict of the jJige the life sentence all is a part of the stor of a man known to lii friends as Henry Ura Jiear known to the officials in the prison at Jefferson Gt s life prisoner number j 1 I J he innocent anu Hopes iic swars in- is UNIVERSITY NEWS T Townle left Iat night to aMV IV W Mcrritt and II C Stevens in an MIcnMon in Monroe Gt II A Gtrdipoll of the horticulture ex tcrweii department is in Newton Count...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 February 1921

W j s MU WOMEN HEAR OF DUTY Mrs Eddy Asks Them to Make ineir Lives count as Good Influences Influence was the subject of Mrs Sher wood Eddys talk to Unitersity women in the University Auditorium Tuesday afternoon 1 hate met many interesting people in my travels with Mr Eddy and Im going to tell ou about one of the most interesting a little Chinese woman born in an up country village of China where they knew nothing of sanitation - When the parents found she was a girl they were disgusted As she grew older a large hump grew on her back and the people believed that the devil dwelt in the hump So the children used to taunt her and call after her Devil lives in you Since the poor little crip pled girl could not run after them she developed a terrible temper When she was 16 jears old one ide became paralyzed and her parents sent her down the riter to a hospital so they would not have to care for her longer One of the first things they alttays did after receiving a patient intolhe hospita...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 February 1921

rl 4 4 4 r 1 jt j 4 4 txH I M t I n IN M h 1 At f If t I t IRELAND FACES -BUSINESS RUBS Famine and Unemployment May Reduce Country to Level of Austria lj VaUtd frtn Dltiun Imiam February 17 The new ear has brought to Ireland one The new year has brought to Ireland one neat that has been known for many years including even those of the war Quite apart from the special difficulties of Ire land herself the crisis which has over taken the financial world in London as a result of rapidly falling prices are cor respondingly reduced has had its in evitable reaction here The newspapers have been full for some time past of the promise of a great drop in prices and this has naturally had the effect of dis couraging buying on the part of the gen eral public The collapse of Farrows Bank an English financial institution with branches in Dublin Belfast and Cork probably did not hit any great number of Irish people severely but the moral effect of it as in all cases of bank failures was considerab...

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. — 17 February 1921

AFTER THAT BIT OF EARLY SPRING GARDENING Is finished In tlie evening you are proud of your work hut aren t you a little tired and very hungry Dinner Time Je I To he the very heartiest dinner will include a cup of Chae and Sjnborns coffee steam ing hot and fragrant good fresh eggs and crispy slices of nice lean bacon Before you start the work on the garden he sure thai your ordet for the dinner after has been made at Phone 74 NOWELLS ENTKY COUPON GnateM Improvement in any Lawn of any ize 5000 lstPe S2500 2nd Prize 3rd Prize- V from Columbia Floral Co Floral order plants or slrublery Anyone Digible Name Address 31ft f COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 1921 Natures Rug Thats what we call those fresh green lawns that spread beauty up to the very portals of your home A well kept -lawn denotes a well kept home and distinguishes the occupants as a family of pride Eery Columbian should enter his name in the Lawn contest and help to beautify the city Weve everything here to he...

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. — 17 February 1921

Sj Heft IP - n e- A t I PACE SEC IH COLUMBIA- EVENING fa biM PJi6 f alUwuIn rtem MISSOURIAN- Published every evening cnept Sun day by the Misaourian I ublUhiog At todation Inc Jay II Ned HalL Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mwwni SUBSCRIPTION IUTS Ctjr Week 10 cenla jingle copies 5 cent By mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cu month 35 cents Outside the count jr Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable In adrance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of pottage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 - lliorizcd Sep t mber 26 1918 TELKiHONE NUMBERS Newt 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 M THE MISSOURI DIALECT Wald I reckon you all identifies a jpeaker as being from Missouri Con- trary to a popular opinion Missaurians Mi do not Proclaim their residence br ty Bostoner Persons who live in cultured atmosphere of Boston are prone to exemplify what they call pure Eng- n lish Poss...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 17 February 1921

In the Field of Sport - TRACK STARS PREPARING FOR KCACMEET Hamilton Parker Lewis Fuz zy Williams and Saville Show Up Well in Daily Try outs MASSEXGALE WONT RUN Coach Simpson Considers That Missouri Has Hardest Schedule II Has Eer Had -On joar marks get set BANG At llif report of the pistol four litli looling athletes pranR Ionian and head cJ for the tape that stretched a ro If Captain Parker LOST AND FOUND LOST Small black less than five dollars and 1002 University Leonard 1235 green of 5 or more rooms Phone 1001 bbek - purse containing between Library Reward E R LOST A small Elgin wrist watch Sal nrda Feb 12 Finder phone 454 black MISCELLANEOUS WANTED If ou need any house cleaning or floor polishing dune call Bur me enable 604 Tand Ave Phone 989 green V-5- ANY LADIES interested in Spirella rorset call at 603 High St or telephone J283 while T 133tf FOR EXCHANGE Two 4 room houses Trr lots near uared street for one suitably located Missouri colors in the coming track meets Coach Simpo...

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. — 17 February 1921

11 m 1 l E IS PAGE nCHT LONDON SHOPS BATTING TRADE Unusual Devices Used by Stores to Encourage People to Buy More - Dv Margaret Waltir Lomhin Em lod FcIi 17 In order In take in murr plain lurd cash thr ftorclcrprp of lnion are rrwrtinc to dcticn hich liate nocr before been Jiracti rtl by rrpeclable firms Wlien it became evident after tlie first week of the January sales that people Here not buinc coid no matter Iioh rhrai to of tlie bifprst and roost lux uriou department Ktore in the West End j started trade baiting I partrncnt in the store and receive a prize which may be worth 1 or 20 or more Thre priics arc all genuine se lected from the regular stock and are of current value Another big store has begun a system f sor prion as they are called A number is stamped on every bill issued when goods are purchased Certain of these numbers are earmarked and cor respond with numbers attached to arti cles in the department also earmarked Tlie person who gels a lucky number se cures a ur pr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 February 1921

a connected sjstem of highways rw HIRTH AGAINST ROAD PROGRAM f Declares Highways Around Col umbia Are in Poor Con dition After 100 000 Expenditure HARRY HAWES FOR PLAN Says Present Bond Issue With Federal Aid Will Create System Second to None in Valley Mr SuU Ctreipoadeul Jefferson Cm Feb 1 While Wil lUm llirlh of Columbia organizer of the Missouri Farmers Association and strong opponent of the 60000000 rrad bond issue declared that he was not indulging in any controversy oyer a pro posed road program speaking which fol io l the road banquet given last night by Lieut Coy Hiram Lloyd to the gov ernor state officers members of the Leg islature and press representative early lesolved itself into a debate between liard surfaced roads and mud roads at the right program to follow On one aide of the road question was Harry E Hawes of St Louis president of the Missouri Good Roads Federation and M V Car roll of St Louis secretary of the feder ation On the othf side were Win Hirth and CoL J A...

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. — 18 February 1921

SH L KJ 2 - F K M W T3 1 J 1 V iL If I rj5n PACE TWO wmryJfTJW - MARIONETTES CHARM WITH UNIQUE HAYS Hynd Horn and Jack and the Beanstalk Presented for Grown Ups and Children PORTRAY PARTS VIVIDLY Operation of Puppets Demon strated by Members of the Company Originat ed Long Ago An ricHtcm inch Italian 1avlovva pirouetted and danced Iat night at the Marionette show A pretty and grace ful a if the were 18 instead of 300 ear old wa this little ladv of Italv As she daRCcd the shadows changed her co Jumr from purest white to peacock blue from peacock blue to fairy green When she nude her farewell bow the seen- was changed to Holland Two little Dutch bovs gate quite as active if not o graceful o ilance as their rival from Italy to the strains of Reuben rteuben Ire Been Thinkin which quite magically chied away the shadows of fairj hue for the honest delft blue skies of Holland Sweet Alice of Colberts Bab Ballads Mas the lat curtain raivrr For this Mis Lillian Owen director of the Mar nettes...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 February 1921

-SW w Mwp -- ysjfmjggMmmmgmamj j ifew5 0 Columbia Society Uiss Hla Fya society editor will Mr C a Miller Miss katlierine Bain tppreciale it if you uill telephone to- Mrs Robert I Simpson Mrs J lira I jittj items letueen 9 and 12 oclock Sles Mrs v G lUnlv Mrs FiauV I Mrs- VniA L Hearing 307 Thilly jTcnne entertmnrd informally at I dclicL luncheon today for the members 0f the Lillian 0en Marionette Com- Tlie members of the Alplia Tau Onega fratermt will i nlcrtain with an infor mal houc ilance this evening The chajienini will Mr and Mrs F E Jims Mr ami Mrs John E Svle Mr and Mis - Cleenger Mrs Flora Vvard Mi- EIra Flank Mrs A 15 Ounce Mr O II Maes Mrs II C MinarJ and Mrs G W Ross Mrs II - Minanl anieil today from Jluomille o Mfcit her liMlwr S A ONeal it- at tlie Alplia Tau Omega bouse Mrs J VI Sudilath 307 Thilly avenue to Yinnbcrj5 jriicnajr In at tend the funeral of a irit nel She Mill return in about tvo weeks Mrs Udrew W MAleter Jr of Kansas i left ok fur Iter home af ter a MMI w...

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. — 18 February 1921

SA vl 1 VI 1 I 1 i srasss 33ACET0Uir SINNFEINERS CONDUCT OWN LAND COURTS Republican Army Supports De cisions of Civil Body When Litigants Try Evasion BRITISH OPPOSE ACTION Nationalist Lawyers Forced to Work in Secrecy to Es cape Auxiliaries and Police Br Charles M McCam Untied Press Staff Correspondent Dubuv Jan 30 by mail Despite ihe government recent threat to sweep the Sinn Fein courts from the face of the earth the courts both ciril and land are carrying on dailj hunted from house to house and town to town sometimes escaping daily by an apparent miracle and sometimes meeting boldly with mili tary and auxiliaries passing the windows of the courthouse uually a private residence From local unauthorized Sinn Fein courts amounting to Soviets the court svsletn has developed until it is a real institution with real judges appointed by Dail Eireann Irish Parliament and with the backing of the Irish republican army in the event that litigants do not want to abide by a decision To one unv...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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