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

I eE THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR HARDING IS AT WORK MAKES 3 APPOINTMENTS New Chief Executive Also Has Conferences With Five Members of His Cabinet MUST REWRITE BILLS Army and Navy Appropriation Measures to Be Resubmit ted at Special Ses sion of Congress Br Vlf4 Trrtf WtsiitiGTOs March S President Harding went to work on hit administra tive duties early this morning Before noon he was at his desk and had had conferences with five members of his new Cabinet and had decided on three ap pointments The three appointments are William C Williams Bwistan secretary of war Henry P Fletcher undersecretary of ptate and E D Ball assistant secretary of agriculture Ball was assistant secretary of agricul ture under Meredith and Fletcher was formerly ambassador to Mexico Herbert Hoover Secretary of Com merce tailed over his plans for the re organization of his department Secre tary Weeks of the War Department and Secretary Denby of the Navy following the failure of the army and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 5 March 1921

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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 March 1921

t IT News of Columbia Society m 1 IMhs Ella STyatl toeietr editor trill predate it if you trill telephone to- 4etj items between 9 end 12 o clock xrdiling around tliich much social lias ttolrd during ilie last few eks i that of Miss Marjorie Jones and futrrson Bain which will take place at Secloc this evening at the Presbjter a Church Many oul oflown guests larr arnteil this weekend to be present Mrs J 1 Mclliine entertained Willi a Wpper dance lat ejeninp after the rant rehcarvu anil Mrs C R Miller en- tetalnrd the meraliers of the wedding Wrty at luncheon toda f The members of the Farm House fra teniitY entertained lat ocning with an Wirmal hue daiice at the cliapter hdae The house wa decorated with fats palms and cut flowers A large irtttrnity pin illuminated with electric Ejit globe in the colors of the fraternity jets was hung on the wall in the din- riglronm In the reception hall was a f t i i i i loonuin emuanneo wim m WL rulms The front porch was tnekteii with a network ceer...

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 March 1921

- PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publishing Associa j lion Ino Jay II Nct Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Masawk SUUSCRIPTION RATES Gty Week 10 cents ingle copies cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 5 months 175 3 months W cents jionth 35 cents I Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second claw mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate f postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newt 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 V MURDERING ENGLISH Edward J Tobin superintendent of schools in Cook County Illinois has re cently made a ruling that bolhthe teach crs and the pupils under his jurisdiction may sa he dont and it is me In ft her words Mr Cook would sa that it i permissible to use a plural verb with a singular subject and the objective case as a predicate...

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. — 5 March 1921

Phone 35 FOR SALS FOR SALE If ou are looking for a home in Columbia well located e hate what jou ant at price and terms to suit Let is shew jou Smith Catron Realtj Company Exchange National Bank Build in Phone 27 S 170 FOK SALE Reids Yellow Dent Seed Corn 99 per cent germination Jl a buhel while it lasts Wilhite Seed Co Guitar Bldg WI63 FOB SALE White onion ets 3 quirts for 25 cents Red 23 cents a gallon All kinds of garden seed Craw mix tures for lawns a specially C Wilhite Seed Co Guitar Bldg W 163 FIRMTURE FOR SALE Practically new mahogany bedroom suite Queen Ann Hvlc Daenport malwganj library tat ble and chair Buffet dining room table J and chairs Sellers kitchen cabinet Strictl high clas furniture ued four months perfect condition Leaving citj will sell reasonabl Cull after 5 p nu BeaJcy Apartment No 15 Telephone 891 between 8 a m and 2 p m H 157tf FOR SALE Purebred Barred Ply rtouth Rock eggs for setting 00c a set ting Mrs Norton II Shepard Phone 41 B S 157 FOR SALE Purebred r...

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 March 1921

fci I- i d ti n It i u I tl 1 ll I p I a rl l K o W d i 1 it ri I ii f PACE SIX In the Field of Spot t TIGERS MNEX 17TH VICTORY SCORE IS 33 19 Aggies Fail to Hold Early Lead and Lose Sensational Game to Valley Champions CHANCE FOR A RECORD vVilliams Counts 19 Points In ability to Make the Easy Ones Is Costly for Opponents Whether the Missouri bakctball team f tn finish the feaon with the mot re markable record ever established by a team in the Valley depend upon the final pame of the schedule villi the Kan His Agpies at Knthueli Gymnasium to night The Tigers made it 17 straight lat evening when the Aggies were wal Jftpeil for the third time this season The re was 33 to 19 No Valley team has cirr won as many as 18 consecutive pames without a defeat The battle lat night was one of the nwt sensational the season lias afforded The Aggies plajed n speedy floor game ad ued the ball as well as the Tigers bt they could not locate the mesh with Hunger the huky teteran forward o the Manhattan...

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 March 1921

1 ffrW5S Dies From Internal Injuries Re ceived While Trying to Move Loaded Stock Car Yesterday MEMBER OF 3 LODGES Formerly Superintendent of Col umbia Schools and Ed itor of Columbia Herald Stores and Schools to Be Closed All business houses in Columbia will close tomorrow afternoon and the city schools will be dismissed all day owing to the funeral of J E Mc Pherson former superintendent of city schools The basketball name between Uni versity High Scliool and the Colum bia High School which was scheduled for tonight at the Rothwell Gym na mm has been postponed until March 14 The Parent Teacher Association which was to liave met this afternoon at Columbia High School lias post poned its meeting on account of the death of Mr McPherson Announce ment will be made later as to the date of the next meeting James E McPherson former superin tendent of Columbia Schools was fatally injured in an accident at the M K S T Railway station yesterday afternoon His chest was crushed b an iron bar wh...

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 March 1921

aaaaa SSssw T v WIMV7 I Wpce two section a it i i fcl W at Hands of Kansas Ag II I is 7 if I I - In the Field of Sport TIGERS LOSE FINAL GAME f Only Defeat of Season Suffered gies A Io lit Wit The Tiger liatVriball pUym are ihr 1921 champtens but not alluctimous Their roewrd as marred Saturday niglit ln the final game of the ear the Kan m Agtrie fie administered their first de feat 32 31 The nult a merely a J i oae f Wtory rrtieatiuj itclf a it as the tame Inlffl wliieli brat Dr V h Mnanorlls rlumpioiivjip quinte last Jr at IanhatUu after 17icloriw had lrn rhwleu up on the credit side of the le lger There can be no denying the fact that Hi I ihe Aggie men played better than the rlo in int aii I - The oyifoujli the Mivounan ho re 4amly in tlie tlunp Indeublcdly the pacholagy of the situation was toj nuth for the Old Gold and BlacL fite Tbey dtd Hot Hay particularly poor bas ketball bt tlie Aggiei placd a super ior game As the Aggie coach cf the op rwiiwn expressed it My men played I ...

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. — 7 March 1921

i i WPBMMMMMMMMMMIMMMHMaMMasags jr imwimmmmmmmmm v t5iMUiMiJLiw I llllM I IIP I i III II II i Afews 0 Columbia Society Wfu Wa JTyaxr joaery rJiror itifl appreciate it if jou uill telephone to Utj item between 9 and 12 oclock The marriage of Mis JIarjorie Com ingo Jones younger daughter of Dean and Mrs J C Jones 1323 Wilson av cnue to Patterson Bain Jr son of Mr and Mrs Patterson Bain near Colum bia took place at 8 oclock Saturday evening in the Presbyterian Giurch The Rev Samuel R Braden assisted by the Iter Norman L Euwer of St Louis rcU the marriage service using the ring cere mony The wedding party entered the church to the strain of Lohengrin Wedding March played by Miss Caroline Jesse The two candle lighters Miss Kate Thompson of 5l Louis and Miss Kather ine Conley entered drcsd in white net dmes Miss Thomp on wearing a blue tulle sash and Jliss Conley a pink tulle sash The sashes were draped to form loops on the sides the folds hanging to the lower edges of the skirts The can ...

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 March 1921

i7l IE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Puhlished every eveninz excect Sundav hy the Missourian Publishing Associa tion Inc Jay II Neff Hall Columbia 1 Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Ma cacoi SUBSCRIPTION KATES City vYecL 10 cents tingle copies jt cents By mail in Boone County Year 325 J months 175 3 rnontlis W cents Enontli 33 cents Outside the counly Year IJM 3 nonths 125 month 15 cents Pa able tn advance Member Audit Bureau of Grculations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate SI postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep tember 26 1918 i TEIEPIIOXE MiMRFRS 27 uvcriiung anu larcuiauon do FOR A WOULD PARLEY Now is the lime for the United Slalrs rf Hi to take the first fn standing hetweer step louard an under- nations An interna tional parley to dicuss world L iiniii 19 paianjoum If we must champion the cause of nankind vte mutt continue to cliamnion Mle cause of world peace We rauM jSjumpion the ideals for which we have viron...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

rhonc 55 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALS FOI SUE S C Rhode Mam Red eggs 150 per setting Tliese eggs are fiom my Kentucky hens S I Sides plwne 1 W S 160 TOK SMJ f I fjoiTare looking fir a lurae in Columbia will located wc have what Jou want at price am terms to suit Let us show jou Smith Calrtm Realty Company Extlangc National Bank BaiU ins 1lnnr 27 S 170 FOR SLE e have a 5 room cottage in the very 1m sI eonditkm that can be bought wiilh the money This place is cW in Haes Weathers Plume 272 159 FOR Purebred single n FhoJc ManJ link fine Uin strain Fggs fr hatching in any taantity and order ukiii for chicks Phone 3H s istf KOK S LK Itt iJ Yi IIW Dent Seed Corn 99 per ent 1 a bushel while it Ufts TTilliite Seed Co Guitar Mdg W 163 FoR SALE HuJ wn Super Six Model II in pood shape At a bargain 211 S 7lh Pt Phone 835 Uael M 161 FOI SIE liuicl fitur in good re pair ppl IJjmI ne M 160 10R S Lr - Whrte mhoii sets 3 quarts fnr 25 cents lied 23 cents a gallon JJJ kinds ol gawe...

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. — 7 March 1921

Iplp PAGE SIX SECTION A KV fc M - -- rl 1 i 1 I Stephens College Notes Mks Ilnbv Uirii of Hamilton i Mt jnc at tlr college where she wa a stu lent fnrn 1916 to 1918 Mr f G Sanders of ShrlUna spent the week end iith her daughter Miss Irene TJ Slphei College chorus gate a Meted recital in the college auditorium at 4 oelwrk eterday afternoon under lite Jireetifii of Miss Frances Wood IWe Mfcs France llranhara a student who was operated on about two weeks ago It the Parker Memorial Hospital for ap dictic ti has returned to tale up her studies at the cwlleae Mih Kanme and hue Canole spent the tttvK rftd with their parents Mr and Mrs Claries Canole at Fayette Mm Mary Lonley Hunt has returned from a week end tisil with her parents Mr and Mr L L Hunt at Huntdale i TODAYS HOTEL GUESTS j The guests at the Daniel ISoone Tavern erla were F Mead Sedalia Ko E CaUe Columbia Joe Moelej Mont pomer Mo F II Trampe George E lfc George Prene William King ami Arthur W Gneiburg Si Louis KalfIi Dtnkon E G ...

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. — 7 March 1921

i fcrj wi THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN I THRTEENTHYEAR - COLUMBA MSSOUm MONDAET SETSTe pashOK SUPPLEMENT PPl7fer JAU - ryi fVnrfer ffce Direction of fiu - ifS - wjj i - Womens Journalism Club i -IS Columbia Shops Gay With Spring Styles and Colors Dashing Touches of Scarlet Emerald and Flame f Brighten Tailored Suits Use ofEmbroi J1 dery Ribbons Fringe Fruits andFlowers Lavish Yes spring has come with its sun warmth and lowers The shops like the tree are beginning to display their new foliage As every spring nature lays aside its winter coat for the fresh new dress of bright tints and shades that the warm sunhine brings it so the shops have put aside their winter display for the new lightness and brightness of spring slvles Among the many materials and bright new shades toujours charmsnte taffeta reigns supreme The ever becoming taf frta frocks in navy black brown and gray are trimmed with dainty little ruf fles hand ome IilTcta flowers and bright colored embroidery making a charm...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

Sr 4H -- pace two SECTION B Egpjt Spain an J the Far East are responsible for many of the designs this spring in line and pattern as veil as in embroideries and material The long slender silhouette lends itself to Cleopa The war brought us the Czecho Slova kian embroideries which are used on waistcoats and blouses but the vogue for thce designs and colors is now extend rd to include trimmings taking their sug gestion from other parts of the Balkan pcninula The vivid greens and reds of the Creek peasant costume have found their way into the embroidery of some of he smartest Parsian frocks One stun ning dress of this type is of white wool jersey made on the simplest lines to show its peasant origin The Greek embroid ery of brilliant red and green extends fuppwa Egypt Spain and Far East Responsible for Fashions Czecho Slovakian Embroideries Much Used on Waistcoats and Blouses Persian Pat terns as Lovely on Negligees as on Oriental Rugs Spanish lace in the form of a long black scarf giv...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

w i SUSPENDERS WILL NO LONGER BE SUSPENDED After Years of Exile They Re turn to Fashionable Mens Wardrobe Suspenders are no longer to be sus pended as legitimate member of the well dressed young mans wardrobe This is the decision of the autocrat of fashion who knit their brows in deep thought and lay down the law for llie conscientious dresser Now they hae let it be known that Ihe popular belt n n share its re sponsibilftie with old fashioned for seeral years ostracized by eiery one who cares for his appearance The kind more sensible comfortable and serwieable av tbe authors of the fashion plate and they ire forthwith to lie retored to their old statu of rerwctabililv Joyfully anticipated bv the leau brum met philisophieally taken by the man who dresses well for consciences sake and dreaded by the oilier 90 per rent of the population the tune for chosing spring putfits is now armed Gdumbia cloth iers are receiving new stock daily and are prepared to sIhiw llie proper styles for the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

SBtsnKsi fcPv PACE FOUR SECTION B f u a m r C r f t 1 n 1 If Vv n o 1 ii Ic T h Smart Luggage Makes Packing Trunk a Pleasure I I 39 4 -if S5ra - XRHMSK JUi Tr 1 JMfflX3 5 a s m am 3 auasts rm it iintwr iriv nii -11 nnii n - i FASHION IN VERS LIBRE LAMENT I walk down the avenue And see things Red that burns pale lavender dull cool green Holding me begging to be worn My purse is small I think things At night I dream of things And then I remember Eve and Wonder why she liked apples I bate them MIXTURE Spring and a rebirth of life The world made new Birds brushing their wings And women buving new hats ETERNAL FEMININE Colors assail me I love the living glow of red Parple has a beating pul e Theres a vibrant flash to saffron And the tinge of tenderness for Blues and pinks and lavenders But I want gray color of marble Pale veined Color of simplicity Note of sweet demureness HIC FACIT Vou feel like Kiplings boot Boots boots marching up and down again Windows full of them Cray ones like the...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

R5J la But what about the poor girl who has llaS said I just hate to hate some thing fuss I cant wear plain things She isnt entirely left out this season She miy hate a soft drcs with the most ex quisite of lace in soft folds in the lx- dice or she may iKte a few raffles on a taffeta gown And the bridesmaids They mut CLOTHES FOR HOME WEAR ARE ATTRuiCTIVE Ginghanis of Various Colors Give Atmosphere Fea ture Is trimming Just as much art and attractitcness may be diplacd in home clothes as in an evening gown or in a street cn5tumc A most attractite bungalow apron can be fashioned from prosaic unbleached muslin The cut may lie as simple or is complicated as debited but the simpl er the stjle the greater will be the con trast in fator of the trimming which QUAINT CHINESE JAR LAMPS ARE FAD NOW Shades of Sea Green Taffeta and Gold Net Arc scs Fancy The togue for lamjis uf all sorts and oWriplions from the floor lamp to the i uny uouaoir lanip ikw m -1 rst few months to such an extent that ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

Hi Hp- PACE SIX SECTION B lvSr I ii 1 r Ze Accessories Add to Attractiveness of Costume Crisp New Collars Dainty Handkerchiefs and Smart Gloics Tempt Women Shoppers Two rabbins hopped about on the pwind lx rcalli Patricia Anns window I gathering worms The darlings now spiHig m hre for sure thought Patricia as he half la half Ml in her window seat making a liaRdlerchief It i a real sprinp handlerchicf of dull blue liiwn ad Patricia was embroidering it in rsc latenler and orange and putting cm it an inch wide ruffle of fine net ftr hand with her needewas r tk and e went often down town loot ed at tlie mndlies in the shops in Col umbia awl cnpml them at little cost The daint rifles and acceories which she made this wav were a great part in paining for Patricia the reputation of l ing one of the bet drced girls in J tnn and in x bnoL I nw as well go dwn town and look up same new was te make vests for my etwol sttit aisd Iok at the gloves and tlHnjee liecaise unls some unforseen PrsmJenr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

w Gy New Draperies Dress Homes for Spring Season Painted Furniture and Period Designs in Mahog any and Walnut Most Popular Styles White With DutchMotifs Pretty for Kitchen To the girl who is about to become a spring bnde and to the matron whs vuhes to refurnish her home or a part of it this spring period furniture and paint td furniture are both a delight and a trouble Queen Anne and William and Jlary are the to most popular stylea Sb the periods Queen Anne liked fo its dainty curves and lines and William ami Mar for almost the opposite reasons Mahogany is probably the most pop ular wood with walnut a second In both types of furniture and woods how ever more attention is being paid every diy to the house in which they are to be used In former days one particular style of furniture was in vogue and every one who could by hook or crook afford it boaght that kind regardless of its fit ness Neither is furniture bought in tsch wholesale lots as formerly or is it often bought in suites Ea...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 March 1921

n h 4 1 FH i -- 3gr - PAtfE TVO SECTION C aM wen thr is a setwise TV are a ran and ae efcjictiea Is eseaiag ckrtbes mm af stt kaasta la women who ace smm f hrsag estb r to ttH or toe - Saa ulnM r fcwfc HWiifcif M te caa ready he adofK ol m asuHra sctntiMM ttft K L lVotlffaa say wit dsr y esay We i the imag engro H M the htteat mitsanej when she sad- Assrf aVrioWr Passeis I ttssafht sfc j had Jo her atntd thiaUag of rrd corx j Sag acr haac a a few tahnrtes tv wis was tmaleil She was uRissg af lac Wse artje f assae pastets ia after aaaa arai Pirli atwayt asake as took tafaaer so I shall haw sty after cwva strew for Htaiwstas tea aatde with raM Tlsat wiD sarei gne ase loader Kaea aad tatW away that abssasi eifect ytn Psaatsortaa aeset ed the wards tat at staBf She itimatf tVy upon I decided to hate a Uo for Henriettas tea I began turning the pages of the lit est fashion paper and found so many appropriate dresses that it was a might 1 Vl - r m I JA If j roB cosutiaaiioa ise necs was ni...

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