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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 February 1921

- r - Sj AT THE THEATERS COLLMIilA ioniplit an tomorrow Mae Murray andDnid Powell encr Mincd a large audience at the Columbia Thcafr la nicht in their latest picture entitled The tlJit to Lmc Tim same picture xil be slnivn Loth tonight and tomorrow A Mack Sennett Comedy You Wouldnt Uclioe It i also on tlie program Tor Jlonday and Tuesday Douglas McLean in The Jailbird wil1 1 the feature attraction with Torchy in Iligir fjrnisliing tre laughs HALL Kitmet will be Hown at the Hall Theater toniglit and tomorrow This photoplay is genVrally conceded to be greater than the greatest h reofore pro duo d introducing to thrf vereen world Oli Skinner America fnrtmM to raantic cliaraeter actor in the pla that U acknowledged to h his inol note Wfrth success IIROAHWAY ODLON Monday and Turda 5een bundled men a lIIalion rf the Se rjiteeHth Ii him of tlie American forces in action in tlie Argenre aflemie were ordeied to tale un jdtatc jd puMlion important in the olenie wJn me and to hold it at all co...

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. — 18 February 1921

HlffjgPACESrX -- - iff IB 18- THE COLUMBIA EVENING v MISSOURIAN Published every evening csvtept Sun day by tbe Missourian publishing As sociation Ino Jay H Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Makacqj SUBSCRIPTION RAES Gty Week 10 centi single copies 5 centa By mail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 - ihorized Sep tember 26 19ia TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 HVDE TOINTS THE WAY elf up with so many trivial measures that the important issues have almost been lost sight of More than a thousand bills have been poured into the hopper for the House and Senate to grind out in the remaining short time Governor Hyde in his special message lation The evidence against the gr indh...

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. — 18 February 1921

L - - - iw the Field of Sport ODDS AGAINST DRAKE TONIGHT Regular Tiger Line Up Will Be Started Wackhcrs In jury Better Valley Standing W Misouri 12 Nebraska Kansas Appie v Kansas Oklahoma Ioa Rflics TS a lungton Drake Cnnncll 7 r n 5 i I 0 1 3 t 7 6 10 6 8 LOST AND FOUND Id 1000 875 667 667 J17 400 167 Jtt 000 Carries ThisVecV February 18 19 K Ire Darae v ISc braVa at Lii oln February 18 19 Drake vs Missouri at Ct lumbra Frbruar 18 19 Kansas vs Kansas Ag gies at Manhattan Prate Universitys baseball five will eppese the Tigers for the first time tins tcason at Itothwell pnuiium tonight anil tomorrow The Drake tram has won few sames this season arid is not ex pected to 21 the Miourian an great cm art of competition Avi tant Coach Craix Kub however is net taking any thances for the Des Moines aggregation mar spring a Consequently the regular lineup Hill be started the viiiling aggre gaiien Tlie Rrngal vcnt through stiff drills on Tula and Wednesday season tjuigley is gaming a nalional ...

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. — 18 February 1921

PACE EIGHT ANTI DICE BILL SURVIVES Measure Is Introduced to Create De partment of Labor Br Staff Cerwpemjrnt JirrtasoN Gty Feb 18 The Bolts anti crapshooting bill which has had a turbulent career since it entered the Houe hopper and which has been thel caue of many hours of fruitless debate I threatened again to disrupt the peace and inrmony of the House late Wednesday afternoon It was sent up for final pass age after a short but heated debate by a rote of 8t to 49 William L Caullielil introduced an ad ministration measure which seels to create a state Department of Labor pos snuing and exercising the rights and duties now cxcrcied by the State Indus trial Inspection Department State Min ing Board Bureau of Labor Statistics Board of Boiler ltules and the St Louis Free Emplojment Bureau The bill cov ers fifty typewritten pages After January I 1923 the railroads of fli ctflto bill lt In fitrriH II Hains Accuses Vandeventer of Hav ine Dreamed Visions Sf m Suff Orrrif JrriiK o On Feb 18...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 February 1921

NEWSECRETARY OF STATE WILL BE CE HUGHES 1916 Republican Presidential Nominee Officially An nounced as Head of State Department WAS PRECOCIOUS CHILD Governor of New York in 1906 Supreme Bench in 1909 Ran Wilson Close for President By Vite FVeii St Atxusmr Fls Feb 19 Charles E Hughes will be the next Sec retary f Stale n was officially announced here toda Air Hughes was born at Glens Falls IN Y April 11 1862 His father was a poorly paid Baptist minister of Welsh descent His mother was a brilliant woman of Scotch Irish English and Dutch parentage Charles was a sickly child but he had learned to read at three and one half years In 1867 the Hughes family moved to Oswego where the boy row the entered kindergarten One day lie laid on his fathers desk an original plan of study he had mapped out involr ing Herodotus Homer and Virgil It 1873 the boy had been graduated from a New York Gty high school He had written essays on The Evils of Light Literature and The Limitations of the Human M nd a...

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. — 19 February 1921

PACE WO -MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE cz 19 Harry 0 Ritter returned to his home In St Louis yesterday i Gen J Frazier went to St Louis on business jesterday f j Kenon Harmon veat to IiaUivilleryes ierday r Waller J Nagel uentIo Jefferson Gty yesterday - i A A IlnnlM mnt in lfUvill tm Ierday I - e went 0 Kansas Gty yes Mr and Mrs L M hichardi left yeJ Miss r erday for Montgomery- Gty t fc rrazier went to Iialltwlle yester day Arthur C Johnson went to Kansas Gty eslerday on business Miss Florence Whiteides is spending he week end in Kansas Gty Mrs A A Sims went to Sturgeon es erday to visit friends Mrs T It Douglas of McBaine was n Columbia yesterday on business j Edwin Stark went to his home in Louisiana Missouri eslerday Mte Laura Mary Simpson went to feflertxm Gty jrterda to spend the rek end with her parents Misses Elizabeth Smile Frances Ha- ry and Edna Jane Haley left yesterday or Louisiana M Mrs J B Holman of Mexico arrived eslerday to be the guest of Mrs M Srovtn I Omar D Cra state oil...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 February 1921

- - vl - -I News of Columbia Society Miss Ella Fjatt society editor trill cpprccicteit if you aill telephone 10 fiety items bcttftcn 9 and 12 oclock Mis iVrjinia Roswell and Jliss Gail Walter entertained at 9 oclock last night with a George Wahinrton dance at the home of Mr and Sirs W R Bos well 13 Wet Broadway Potted plants and fern were used in decorating the bouse The colonnades between the re ception hall and the music room were lTraVPed red white and blue bunt ing Silk flags nere draped oer the windows and arch was Tied and blue randies tied with white tulle were placed on the I Tantel in the living room and or the buffet and semng table in the din ing room Small silk flags and candy baskets de orated with hatchets and red cherries and iilled with mints were giv en as favors The red while and blue eoler note was also carried out in the re freshment cou tse The chaperons were Mr and Mrs Claude Hourigan and Mr and Mrs W Unwell The guests were Mies M bel Berry Willie Crews JIargar...

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. — 19 February 1921

2 LTHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN v Published every evening ecept Sun day by ttis Missourian I uhlishing Aj sociation Inc Jay II Ned Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON1 Manaceb - SUBSCRIPTION IU ES City Week 10 cents tingle copies a cents By mail In JJoone County Year 1X25 6 months 175 3 months 90 criits month 35 rents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Gradations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rale af postage provided for in Section 1103 I Act of October 3 1917 a- ihorized Sep- ttmber 20 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News - 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THE THIRD CRISIS Sherwood Eddy lias studied social poli tical and economic conditions all araund the world He lias learned to judge the value of situations and sum up their worth as few men hate liad the opportun ity to do He saip that America is i ing the third and perhaps the most ser- I ious crisis of her history today in the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 February 1921

rle defeue Iwri testers 1 Mxt -v f BULLDOGS B ng sxWights l llie fracas winch nere v eited bv t C Iuigicv working first giiye in Rollioell Ivmna iumJ his irrler Tlie popular oHmal was rdv and tlie game was hi Id up a half iur bJe the VabaJi was speeding him rm CentraKa t ColLmhia tj The Tigers had on their scoring togs lat evening ami with tlie exception of Coffey who put up sterling Iiaktllall on the defense eierv man in tlie line up FvntituiOMl ItAjuJv to the total rmltit adumn Johns Knifbt as re rwmsible for FOR SiU aliolesale price FOR SLE Coal and wood range a bole with hood warming oven and fct water tank Plwne Utt vvliite H 147 j Wenue6 rooms and balh full size base 1 aent lot 5x162 rxissession 30 da 47301 Will carry back 3750 at 7 per eat Carev A Fravtr 414 Kxelianffe Ulioiul Bank Bid 519 or 590- i hite 14ttf f FOR SALF FoLntjin confectioner ad Restaurant Fixtures and lea of ijice room across street from campus r A aiversity of Nebraska 7500 students liidrVs College Fountain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 19 February 1921

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 February 1921

rTMHMM JM THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN FPNTIT YEAR I COLUMBIA tnccArmi wrtmi - THIRTEENTH 9 APPOINTED TO PLAN NEW CHURCH HOME Clirii tian Church Congregation Favors Immediate Action Believe Funds Can Be Obtained WANT LARGER QUARTERS Prof W C Gibbs Says Religi ous Need Here Requires House for Worship and Other Purposes Tint tire First Christian Church of Co lombia should begin at once to plan for larger quarters and sliould ask help from congregations all over the state in carry ing nut this undertaking was the decision made by the congregation at its meeting held in the church yesterday afternoon A committee of nine three to be selected from the board of elders and deacons three from the board of deaconesses and three from the congregation was empow ered to employ an architect and any other help necessary for formulating detailed plans to be submitted to the congrega tion later It was tggested that two plans be made by this committee one for the building of a new church and anoth...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 February 1921

PACE TWO - - - Jtem 51 - r s V- JM 1 k w H - wV COLUMBIA EVENINGM1SS0URIAN MONDAY FEBRUARY 21 1021 1J - r III re- - -- - i iff L - - 4 ipWHI T -A t l i iir nv - Jf - t IHJ I - ---- -- TiiS - t r TP UU a I- f - i m U - - - - - - if m Ijyyvy i 111 - THpme for Millionaire Orphans -1 F t The 1 k Z5 as a complete wreck after Murad and Vi Green Vv - - rt - -- r irOfiK I - -1 S- H - A- VS entered school for Murad was an6 Egyptian daiicirig girl of long ago and the green jug well it satisfied t ri f K V v Green Jug is a two act musical comedy written entirely by students It is the first THe sh6w of its kind to be produced entirely by University students in the last tetfyearTiie originality of the show extends from the music to the scenery The costumes were designed Wy students and made in Columbia Thgscgiery was painted by students - C Seats dLilk JR are now on sale at the Hall Theatre ii and the show will be given February 23 l1 Vrft rfis fcifl - - u j 5 T and February 24 ylt Admission pri...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 February 1921

gJSMM - Mrs W H Willis 1314 Ea t Broadway if1 - - - -- - I f iVfes 0 Columbia Society le 2 cdttr rs jf rant 815 College avnue Grcle 6 Mr I I W II ILilrr ON winlh tniirlh trr I I Afiu tfa VTyatt society editor Kill appreciate it if you uill telephone io fiety items between 9 and 12 oclock President and Mrs A Kom Hill hill entertain at 8 oclock tomorrow evening with an at home to members of the faculty and to Columbia friends Imitations hate teen iMtied for the wedding of Mis Marjorie Jones and Patterson Ilain Jr uhicn will talc place at 8 oclock Saturday 5 a the Fir- Irehterian Giurrh The marriage nf Mi w Helen McAneny of Denver Colo to Horace C Smith of Columbia took place Saturda etening in Kansas Gt Mis McAneny is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs J P McAneny of Denver She attended ttchonl at Ward Belmont College in Nashville Tenn Mr Smith is the son of Dr and Mrs W It Smith of A litand He vas graduated from the Columbia High Sch xd and at tended the Uni ersit two years He is manager of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 February 1921

rapTJ PACE FOUR tod Id A THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every ermine eept Sun day by the Missourfitn I ubluhins As sociation Inc Jay IL Neff Hall Colom bia MuUOUrL ALFONSO JOHNSON Mamcoi SUBSCRIPTION RA ES Gly Week 10 cents tingle copies S cent By nail in Boone County Year 2S 6 months 175 3 months 90 teats month 35 cents Outtide the county Year 4 JO 3 months 125 month 45 cent Payable in advance Member Andit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance or mailing at special rate of postage protided for in Sectijn 1103 Act of October 3 1917 thorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newt 274 Adrertising and Circulation 55 PAY BETTER SALARIES President Roosevelt left the White House poorer than when he went in Doubtless most of the goternors of Mis souri hate left Jefferson City the poorer for their experience The members of the Ceneral Assembly are paid little more than enough to cover their expenses while in Jefferson City and even that only if ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 February 1921

Phone 65 In the Field of Spott TIGERS DEFEAT BULLDOGS 26 8 Fourteenth Straight Victory Added to M U Record Williams Stars The small delegation thai turned nut for tlir second name of the Drake seie Saturday evening v itntAi a basketball burlesque which the Tigers won by a 26 8 count It was the 14th victory of the season for the Rubv Gevcngcr tos crs The Misourians plainly veie the vic tims of overconfidcncc and for 13 min utes of the firt half allowed the PnKc bketeers to pla rings around them and aume a 3 point lead which the local team was some little time in over- tiling The Rulldogs although the weak est team tunt lias plavrd here this season had plenty of fight and this coupled with a willingness to mix things made it hard for the Tigers to jump into the lead Saturda night The exhibition of the Tigers as far telow par Passes nere fumbled easy shots mised and general team play coin pletel disrupted The annexatTon of 10 free throw in succession b Williams and the caging of 3 fiel...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 February 1921

mf I it MEDALS GIVEN SHORT COURSE CONTESTANTS A W Marsh lo Receive dency Certificate for Stock Judging Ability FARMERS GIVE TROPHIES Btayney S C Mermund J E Comfort and L Rod feottse Winners of In dividual Contests A 7 Xb of Hk M w tie tcijadaiac nXl of tfee tien coarse tor Ins Hr i 9 i a IJKflt Mirth 3 mH a of profieieacy m Mart jafaiag ifm fce Cafleje of SPALDINGS Official LEAGUE BALL Regular 250 Ball 150 Missouri Stores Quinn Long Real Estate Loans Fire Insurance Te boy and vll Farm vA City Property JfOWELL ULILDINC llm 11 Plrane 172 Wliile C MLHITE FOR Pure Farm and Garden Seed Wc handle all kinds of Farm Seeds Seed Corn Oats Clover Grasses Sor ghums and Lawn Grass Seed A select lot of Northern Grown Garden Seed We know good seed and we handle nothing else CWilhiteSeedCo 24 Guitar BIdg A mmwA w4ti 17Q fmrStft sd A TT i Mini tiard witi 167 jkcsu j Hie Riiards Polasd Cfcia edaL J mrded br J E Riciards Son of j tiird rb 132 Tbe cmai d tbe Com DtrnaJd Hen 9 f tJJ I t l IfT a Vedaes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 February 1921

-- - Hearing Tonight on Measure Affecting- Training Schools Br Sllf Correspondent Jefferson City Feb 22 Tire admin i tration consolidation measure to unite the various Hate teachers training school boards umer one head will come in fer its share of criticim tonight when O E Girman chairman of the Republican Committer of Saline County E E Mc Jimwy editor of the Springfield Repub licarC former Senator Frank Mc David and Judge John S Farrington of the Springfield Court of Appeals who ar rived here today appear before the com miltee in opposition to the measure It is tli ir opinion that separate boards should control each college Mrs J P Cant Operated On J P Cant returned from St Louis Sunday night His wife was operated on at the Barnes Hospital Mrs Cant is improving and may If able to come home the latter part of this week Tiles Suit Over Filling Station The Davis Phillips Construction Co has filed suit against the Producers Con solidated Oil Company of Kansas Gty fur breaili of contra...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 February 1921

Tl J f - 3 PAGE TWO - f da - THZimiZ P TT Li T IT h i All 0f Ail Conntyand to plantthjoundupto bj repairing Hefwas I MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE I held at SprlngfieldAprit 8 go to Mexico where an Xray photo js iJ 9 in ill- k va I in ial di in it hi q to u i hi ol CI CI tl I A K 2 4 1 d I Pr ti ft 0 a ri ft Ij 1 21 ij i it J I I J - V n jn I R Barnes returred to Moberljr esterday L U Fy went to Troy on business jesterday J A Oliver ent to Centralis on Busi ness yesterday H C Crawford left for Macon jester day If Barli went to Moberly on hui nets jesterday T MeRf rie went to Moberly on bri ness Testetdar Harold Oliver went to Montgomery Gty this morning Mrs P T King went to Centralia this morning on business Ed Gorman left jesterday for a visit in Wakenda Leon W Morris went to Centralia on business yrserdav P J Cook went to Centralia on busi ness jesterday J 0 Meredith principal of McMilIian High School in Mexico has been visiting his parents here for the week ond Frances Jennings who takes m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 February 1921

wwjiufeiJWffllWBSiWWWWWWBrtjivwMMHBHWB iijiMJiMigjHUMMJWiMFCTHpy1 Aws 0 Columbia Society MUs Ella Jfyalt society editor trill appreciate it if you trill telephone to aiety itenu between 9 and 12 oclock Whats in il Giluwbians Iue been hearing for scleral victVs 3nil although Lridge parties are being rrfueil dail during the lenten caon fraternities so rorities and townspeople luve planned box and line parties to the production of The Green Jug tomorrow and Thurs day night at the Hall Theater Boxei are reserved for President and Mrs A Iloss Hill and members of the Journal ism faculty Those liaving line parties Wednesday night are Mr and Mr E Sydney Stephen James W ShunuLi Jr and the following fratrniities llii Delia Theta Delta Tau Delta Reta Tie ta Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Nu Kappa Sigma ami Dana Ire Club Thurvla night the Acacia fraternity will liate a line party and the folloning menibcr cf the Mifourian Association Bjard Vll nccupy Mr and Mrs J liar tison Brown of Mexico Mr and Mrs Fra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 February 1921

PACE FOUR Til day ocu biajl 51 ten nor iml Ace f Act l n Ne Adv SI licai lbe valil vvoi ily ing ieu inJ nyj net Mr liv t Ml ri i vj tOj in in P1 it li 3 i j i THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening eept Sun day by the Miuourian Publishing A ocjalfon Inc Jay H NeS Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Muicn SUBSCRIPTION RA ES Qty TFeek 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year J325 6 months 175 3 months 90 tests month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulation Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate it postage provided for in Sectbn 1103 Act of October 3 1917 r lhorized Sep tember 26 1918L TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 A GREAT ANNIVERSARY It va Bacon who said that death openeth the gate to good fortune and ex tinguisheth envy It is only with the jears that Ceorge Washington has grown in favor with the people wli...

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