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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSO
THIRTEEN! il YEAR
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. THUItSDAYSEinrFMltFr; o, 192o!
, WILL EXPOSE
la f !
Ihr .MUsiiurlaii UuInr Office In
1 1nrinlu Hide, lionnstslre.
Tlie ollicn in llw Jit If. Ncff Half
are nut finishnl. Until Oct. 1 ilhs
busincsi office of Tlie CulumbU yc
ning MitQurun Mill rrmsin in ils
present Ixuitiun and is tclrplionr
number Mill be tlie'sime, IVo. 5Tk fc
The nei office Mil be in iwiuler
Hall, i-lmne No 27 1.
f For CoWrutiU aaI iciail-t Cvkvrally
rrz s v.;''ywf"3
, GROWING! '. . ;f INES
German Government Refuses
to Help Bolshcviki Rreak
- Versailles Treaty.
E. II. Moore, Cox's Manager,
to Committee Willi Funds
ctmaJ a-trol 1-Mt4.kl aaal lilda.
lor MiMMirtr lmtlld bat laaall-r fatr 1.
Bifkt 44 ), actae-ahal CW BMlht par
! VUATHLR COMllIONS
' l3il t bmJii t-Vtwu lura fa lira (a
T(k OH-Hn. ArkHw. aJ tb aa a era
I 4ji f Utwrl, iU In lb DcIlvu, Jklinre
I ,u, atJ pat-a I0" Nt-fcraaka. Lit
Imc amm4l fur Mtbc( lua prevailed,
("""f la a Ifatiiust Bi,li ps-ratais tW
f IkT U anarMstnf I rwuj la a3 Rcrtbrra a a
POLES FREE FRONTIER
Capture of Buddings Army
Repotted Russia Calls
Out New Men.
Bira Mcir ami liW Hants aa, (rearrest
local!" i UuaiiM awd V 'caiac &
iUt atiU tin ia ihs Gatf latf.
1fa 1)11 Traia m is fair. ojitia cit-rat ut
vpofa aWtart-a Booarvtlla aat IaJpiiea. Ttw
j if tl ma. raair.f north attaj aoMa arc raf h
aita a fa" Ht4 feJ.
Gmrialljr fair and rnol aratkrr will ftmraU lb
raajrr ( ih rk.
Lcl liata "Iba- bhrU taf-talvi la Olarn
bw yntYlf "t wj at lowest tt aibl
aa atl. I iripiiatia 8 IM. I arai a( )ff
i lb bicbrst traiMratBrv a 77 aad. lha l
"J a Ptrrlsatia flj yrrlv
Jf b!b 71. batb, t. rrblivr kaanarlita, ST
per rrt, 7 a. fa. tsr-yta, I rdy balb. 62, rt
bU, l3j trUlir njrtmid ty C8 fr crni. Sue
Ma- wi i? a. an. fraa r B3 p. aa
XImiii ii I 41 ji, a.
HAS ALL THE NAMES
Claims Republicans Had a Se
cret Organization for Solic
DLRL1N Sep. 2. Gttamy has je
fuel Id be drawn into the war between
tlie IVIra ami the BoKlieiiVL According
to an announcement made public berc
today, the coterninenl liad tamed dji
tlie reiue:s of both the llirs and tlie
KiisMans to take sidm.
lle announcement &ni the Iiu i-ins
lad a'Ved the (Germans to o in with
thrni aoxl bieal the Ticat) of e.willcs
but that they liad relived.
EOUIinKT AI!W taroktij) BUlt
M. I.i4 Tmm
VRsAW. i-cPL 2.-Cereral Kudcn
ny arm l tlie iioWi'-M-t lorcc is r (
porlrtl to ha'e been amn'olaled by the l
IVIrs jesterila). TTiI ariiounceuiint
cones from the Polish heddU3itc and
is gucn out as oSciaL
If this reiwrt is true one of t!e crcat
rtt Russian mtnaces on tl e fron rr ha t
Iteen remmed. However,. it ! dubtefl. j
an General li-idcnm ha Ik en holding I n I
linen diinnc the inqM firie fis'ilinc and ,
i rcortrd to have main furs at teve'-al Hrovtomeil ilad Iv-ue of four pajes.
bwationt. I n,c ncw f,irln ;t ci-hu nduinns to tlie
Ti I fTM rr. j ae and from MX to eiihl taes will
l'ni. bepu 2. It i reported from e imUi!iet each dav. Hile supply.
TJara tLat th- 1'ole have resujml , n. law,orJ MpJt ft a arE DUm
!:. aiid.M, wii tin: imrui-rn irnni aim
nia.MJK l FACK AMI FORM
Siic fluinrs in llie MiHsounan's ap
ra'aiKC mil l oIfn-i! Iy the rratj
One clanj i Iir name .Ini llir
Aufd MicKiutun remains, as from l!it
.ril iN-t-'r the nam? ly tlucli thr new
aper it prnnally kuunrt Iicrc Is tmiw
uMtI t it ll'c oril Gttumlna tu tr
By laitW Trcu.
CHICAGO, 5cpL Z The worVing vt
Jie secret sIrm of the Republicans for
getting fundj will be eiftusecl befuie the
inTetigatins committee here next wee,
jcrttrdine tu a tattraenl rua'le Iktc tt
la by E. II. Muure, On' manager. He
a presented from aubrailtui the ei
Jetire tiMiay by I he adjournment of the
."ommittee until net Turbid).
llus adjourumeut was cauMl by a
iumler of ttie member having in leate
to fill imjfnlant teakms rnpapfnirnt.
Iwne slid that lie would Mibnut the
.uines of the Kepublican finamir fTi
rn anil alv the record krrn by 11. ,
iMair thai defuiilel) proie n cliarse,
Democralic memln-is of the cvmmit-
KtimigrAhi:s akui Aitts
lit netf nto District txpf rlcnrw a
By LaifeJ rra. t
KOMK, i-pt- 2. Sharp earthquikes!
are rrNitctl lo be taking place in the t
Onetrnlv chbtnet. the mt frevete
s'lO'L is'ieiwuled to hate lasted for ten
minutes. ireie damage ii rejorted.
TO LNSURE VOTE
jufTraKtts Say Connecticut i
Will Ratify Wltcn Legisla
ture Meets, Sept. 14
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xiyi Pw' 1 tin; m-nffiifrik Hrf
y - I aible the
lot lh place t pubhcati'in and
wtl Evrnins tu denote the time and ' w M'd !nal MM 'H R,vrn lI,c ,r
rcqurrcy of ih-sje.
tlle sue and number of pafie
insiilute aiwt!.t-r an I importah:
ha n jr. llir Mttsourian lias heretofore
ien mi rolumn to the paje with an
1 ails of a tcm for raiMne ast cums
luch he will eipoe before the commit
ice. They Maid that there was a waj
mil meant committee known to the pob
ic but tluit Iwhind that ihere was a
By I H PrrM.
HAmH)KI, Contu icpt. Z-Suf-
frape leader. here tleclarcil tuday tliat tlie
Connticut Mate legWIdtuie would rati-i
fy tfte nineteenth amendment here iei- J
tember II when it runtenen at a nc-ialj
riaHiii ciltcfl by the governor to coiwid- ,,
er it. "The niuetecnlh amendment i iq -
faw.r lure, and it will x ratiried," lsnrvT a -tt tt a .-
c.are.Il.,l,r,eUvin,Mon.pr,.idcn,of!CONGRA I ULATIONS STILL
KtMIt.T OF Tt.MiSSfcE HIES
K. 11. II. Sjimlt Surcumlis lo l.onir
COME TO M. U. SCHOOL
Prom Kol:t V.
Jcnes. graduate ttf
lint they hate succeeded a;ain in de
fraunje the ta.liJiculi.
t'l4s -lo 11UULUE MORE UO
IOMKJN. Scpu 2TIiat the ttol.'-e.
tiki are seing lo assume the o?en ve
in tlie tndiUry oi-ralioni between thaa
and the Poles was indicated today when
an ofticial communique was reined iieie
from Iio. ia wg that the Rd.hrnU
ar prrfMrinj to inbi!ue all lira o.cr
Ml these men will lie plated un !e
arms and UainnL Tina is talen to in
di-at that the Polo will lie a little
rrnrr ready lo ti peace with the l'X
ieirist repreeiit3lnea wlien lley con
ene a?am neit week at Kiga.
4 IRISH KILLED
Lord Mayor of Cork Still
Lhcs 12 Injured In
E lt'ri rL
BELFAST, 5epu 2. .Military order
has been restored here af:er a night of
roniinnous fighting on the part of the
troop engaged here. Tlie death list has
increased to 28 persons.
E Lao-a TrcM. t
BELFAST, Sept 2--Tlie IanSer of
famine ha? been added to the dingers of
far wbi'h hue ensted bere for some
tin it the battles of he Unionists
ajainsi the Sinn Feiners. Thousands of
hboier are reported to ic without food
in their homr.
Four more dead ere reporcd to bare
ben added to the list of caua.n-5 and
fifty more have brn woinded. Tlie ti
the total wounded 250. The noting is
Tirted lo Ie continunp.
ntlFNP llort IDS l!I RLLCASr.
LONDON, SiU 2. Toe announce
nKnt f nnernment DlitMcions- that Loid
3Inor MacMeeney in Crulon Prim !
er of Journalism Mudcnis this in
ca-cd nze will pe to the readers iV
a-?ei dally newspaper rcr reularl
ub'iolied in Oli.mbia.
V thinl chaise is in the t)pe uvtl
Flic InnIv i)p or dreH of the new
W iSMtuna n lias been wlected w it1!
-prcia! reference to its clearness and
taut. It is Ijodom, a face of tjpe dc
igncd 1 A famous Italian printer of
'ic eislileenlh century of whom morr
nay be saiJ at anoilier time and re
enilj r.ut to meet the demand for a
tefcfparr t)pc which t-uld lie legible,
trliH2 and tl tinctie.
Ntnd of thec changes, will aJect the.
obey end puropse of tii Mibounan.
"hey will, bovkcrr, give larger oppor
unity to accomplish tlie purpose for
thicli it U matntained and to carry out
hi broader lines its jiohcy of public
STKLLT (MKS CIRKY ARSOR
Trc nd jletal Frotcrtorx httj rw
ftrk S rikrrx.
NLW OllK, Sept. Z ArmoreI can
f the Iliooklyn KapiJ Trail Ml Company
Terc sent out todjy n defiance of the
-.In Litis cmpl)is of the company who
ue ivied lo rmam en strike and have
Templed to start a sympathetic stiikr
in the other boroughs of New York.
The ca s wete cohered with wire and
n'tal protectors to p.otect the pa:s-n
,e- aad crew against the strikers. The
jioio:raiii was accompanied by two spec
ial pIkc officers and there was anothei
iificr on the rear phtform.
Ilt1t.hi Itl ltnnnriliiv'u IIum.. I 1
lt .. ... ti:i I Illllt-Kltl. IM.lv rtaMml.v ..f !.
Kxrei orcamzaion under me iiirectom i-iits i.'icir.i iiirtiie Si.r..n ..r ,r,r: " ...., ..- - ,.....r,, , rir
if Blair which bad regional teams for the lull. Tcnn d.e.1 ..f rnnr ai 1 hJl fly " "" di-parlnKiil of 1ip L'm
awng of funds. lat n.-ht at the home of his khi in W"' 'f alinKton.
law, t. I. lillle, who hvae near Oilum I . "n? I u "ir l,r"1 "V'
mg 01 uir jwiKKii 01 journalism, l
knnw Hit t IwHir tt.nl mini f
,...- .. ,rf-. .
He is um'ved by two m and ilaueh yufs Xotf m xhfm dnhcjUon f
lers, R. F. Sprott of V.eblcr Croc sca "" Mt lrtM !- on this
Kearl Sproit of Nasfm.te, Teniu Mrs. CI PW ' a"'' th 'wp" t,,al ,nc
iV I ViriW IJIj' i .1 rV bia. Mr Sproit was 71 jeors old. Hej
-1'xJLi "UllO illi VC- X had been in poor health Mice Ial M-iy
AIot Complete Tie-up
'Years Reported In
scInm.1 may ton'inue to prosper and
3v I aura. Pir
UILKEsUVr.KE, Pa, Sept. 2. Set- tomorrow afternoon for buiial
em in .uand cxl niir.ns ale tcported
to be idle heie today on account of tic
trike which has Ihtii called by ttnk
ing insurgents of tliat ili-trict brcau-e
f a dispute oer a age nettlrment. In
fwickawanna and Luzrme counties CO..
JOO men are reported to be out and it
V said to be the moi comrlelc tie up
Jere"h the last twenty years. Jio indi-'
alien of the return of lie minncrs to
lie mines is reported.
u ittle of Columbia, and li-s Fula i
sprott of Carutherstille; ami ata by & f
teiKaughter. Mi-s lice Ward of Culum ,. ,, . ,r ,
bia, and a steMn. K. U Ward off ,l".T- c,Jr,hr J'-'""I". fmelary
Caiuthersulle. ' Agrnultuie of the United Mates,
The hod will he sent lo F.rmlnon ia m "' P--
ersity of Missouri and all of its
workers my nwl hearty congratu
lations on the great work that it is
fining for the adTancement of the
profession of journaliom. 1 know
that all other well wishers of the
school will join, with me in the hope
tint the true worth of this memo
rial to an eminent journalist wdl
le found in the future contribu
tions lo tlie ranks of a profession
im.st e'and fearless, honest, mili
tant and free that the mankind of
the world may achieve its highest
K. C. PARTY DUE
Banquet to Be the Feature
of Entertainment for ,,
PEMlntIS &I BE CRANTtr
tj isn-a rrc.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 2. The de
mands of the coal miners of the central
-al ifrlds will lie m-l if the report of
he sub-committee lo the general com
mittce of the coal operators of ihee
lelds is accepted. The committee is in
session here today and ihe report will
e subm.tled to the general committee
The feature of the entertainment to be
offered by Gdumbia lo the 150 men and
women wli male up tlie party of the
Kansas City sociability tour, which will
arrite here at 7 00 this e.ening. vill be
a lunquct at the Daniel Bjonc Taern
at 7:30. Frank II. Iloilms. president of
Ihe Columbia Comnvrcial Ouli, will a-l
as toastmas'er. William K. Hirth, pjb j
nsner ot tlie .Missouri Farmer, wdVl
The iipiil.il,!. 'i.... I. .1 - .
thr miners wii. Mill li r.tu 1 rt '. ... . ... ,r
J r .1 "-".""-;-- auiomomie trip njanneil by he Young
i7 I ? , 1 '? ," rl"e,T"n?: Mm'. Division of U,e Chamber of Com.
T", 1",.,.Pn7 "' '" m "f Ka Ci'r- The party will
mean hat the price r coal will be in . a Urfr , Cenir.1 M.Lu.i
teasel from-.j cents to $1-0 pr ton. jTIit had lunch today al Wavctlr and
WAT 0M1! I BIUlFcOLU'CE ?tvl" '" ' " IJoon"l,e ""'
, ctmn. They will remain in Colum
H. I. Jf en Tokln j Coose There Th. " lon'Jnt, leaving in the miming fot
Tear Are In htr Mlnorilj. FuI"-
The liojs fill the penitentiaries and.r.... .. -.TITT '
he irU fill the churches," H,d G. E. ' "Ll JIHI A HOLDS BASK
I regret it will be impoible for
m- to rra-i Coluiulfia in time o pa?
tripate in the dedieation of Jay H.
NVfl IfalL asure 011 it woulf
pivr in- much pleasure o join with
ou in dHiratins a rcenional to the
public sTM.e of a ibsiinpiihcd
journal lit. a mn.rial which nil
ctard alo a a iiitm rctosisttirm
to tire pmfeiiorr of journabin. J
congratulate the Umiersity of Alis
boui on i!ie la;ger opportunity now
pre?cnled to train joun- men and
womn for journalism an I through
journalism fur pt.b!ia serice.
From AttKur R. Ford, secretary" of
hi Pre Conrc of the ttorli amf
(iM ES rORTKAIT TO . V.
John T. HardiDff I'rfsfati Pftl-itDf
of Senator W, J. Hie.
Jolin T. Harding. Kansas Qry atlor-
nc, wbo delivered an addrea yeser
day at the dedication of Jay H. Neff
IfalL brought to Colombia as ofl por
i rait of tire rareSrnatorJoei StoiK"H
t presented the painting to the Uairer-
The portrait, recently painted from
pfiotozraphs, from memory and fron
tjesciipti'ms by John Patrick of Kansas
City, si tows the Missouri statesman as
he appeared in the later years of hi
f life. It was painted for Mr. Hanfiof
ulirt kntw and adminvl Saiatnr Istenr
hairman of the. Dominion Piesa Oil-1 H,rn ln iirr) , lnd y .j.
You and your canVafues have
have done, and are dwiif. splen
did service in he cause of clean and
f eficient journalism.
Ualph II. Turner, a grsduate or Um
I School of Journalism, who represents the
1 United Press in the City of Mexico.
j wired the following message yesterday:
" Congratulations. Best wishes on
tomorrow's imrortaat event in
f American journalism.
David Heenan, rj, who tends he fal
lowing, was grsduaetd last spnng and is
now on the editorial ttaaT of the Hono
lulu tSar Bulletin, Honolulu, Hawaii i
Four thousand miles br a long way
way from he Columns of Old Mis
souri and the life and tradiiions
tbey symbolue. but wbereTer one
may be after he has written h
1.-st "30" for the Evening Mwrau- .
rian, he knowledge thai there is- a
substantial and permanent sUatUue
to "carry on, will help wsadti fully
in holding him o the old astswattes,,
Ihe old associations, the M ineals;
1 sonrian Iwa,
ism of the
t One oR
oinins farms near Nerada, Mo. The
I ix.rtrait is grealy admired by Kassu
City artis a and by Senator Stone's
f friends for its forccfulnew and fidelity.
rlistically, it is unquestionably an ex
ceptional piece oT work, and is one of
four paintings, ail recently completect by
i na:i. L.i.:.: i ir-
lliis telegram cimes from Jay U Tor q
Try, chairman ff the Hoard of ishors. k
rrom Josephus, Oamels, newspaper
cry, Canauit, c mes the follow in;
Srry I can't be with you for
the of cnins of the new btitMin tu
norrow. 1 congratulate )iu no the
achievement ami on behalf of the
f Jture of g'caler stiess thai it the
f the Uni.e My:
Congratulations most heartily.
nrrs as jet but are repotted to be
, , , ., miiHC headway a;anI lire striker,
iea1 now number twrnty tniee aid ,r . . , . i
1 Mlir-ial ! lh" nTiiunv half .'nnniinr
tdwardN dean of the M.ouri Bible , still Trtelflh Cilr In She In The
College, this morning, speaking of tbe v....
The cars hive carti-d but few pas -nrollment here this ear. The remark Acrordins: to the '.. .. -r vom
.s cal ed forh by the fact tLal the ma r.,,JInI))1 Mah a fc,,,, J
only of the Unieisitr student, enrolle.1 rankril twelfth i omon, t)K rltm f
m the courses are girls. No drfmite fig of the ,-a-e. I-, 1920 ihe populate i ,
tires regarding, enrollment are ready for I ainoimrrd ai 1(1 Mil. Ci'lumbU ha
looouniriiiroi uui ii is greater man last nuiniaineil her rank. She .is siill llie
flicials ol the company haie announc
-d lltat so far ihere Ins been no set-,
lenient of the difficulties of llie men.
and that at prevnt there is nothing in
tie which iioinls to a setllcm'nt.
MiSMOYUtv sonurr to "heet.
TO RECLITE,l'IIPIEH OF TRt VTY,
Itarlflti a-.tt- m K......T.. .1 I
m i"F"ntiun in iue state.
TIm- prtcni poptilatron htio-s a gain!
pi is' in in:
past decade, or IfUS tf
H. O.Seyen.nc P1 nam Valuable sa7d'ol7er TenV"""' "' """"""I
It n ti',ff,,0n '" .r'"'rT:. , W resident, and aparlmenls Ke
II. O. Severance, University I.brarian been built here in the laM ten yens and
who recently returned from Europe, se. . a, pr.nl ,Jt1U0le Irolsi . n fm t
curen a vaioann couecion ot rop.es ot , P,0blem Tl- mot denvlr popubie.1 ,
Ihe Peace Treaty while there. Tliey are district in Columbia was found to be in I
would Jne from seven lo t-n days long pllss Llir Dcxlcr Grrn Will Tel of
cr brought nw hope to Ins relatives, and i Her Work In India,
friends that be would If released. This ' Tlie Unmin's Missionary Society of
h the Iwentieih day of his hunger strike ' lb B.-aolway Metho-list Church will
nod Ii.c rwt.i;n.. u r.w.rl in !, .. .. . hol.f its rezolar mohtldv meeting Friday
. a.. .--... S.U" . S. S.VI SS-'x. . 'S fc.-,.---. --- - r, . . .. .,, , 1 . - .-B. .....,
changed His wife was away from hm. ' in ihe cluircli pallors. Tlir business I " pampnici lorm, out win ue Doumi and ' me lirsl ward and the IcaM deuse in the
lodar for the fust lime in a week. Her , rolling will begin al 10:30 o clock and P"' on, tlie sueives ot tlie University , tlunl ward. i
c.ndition is reported to I salUfactory ' important business matters will be dis jbrar'r- Au nllm in rrench. with The lirgest family found eumbered !
after her eollarse of sever-1 davs Zo. I po-l oL English translations for a few. , fifteen. The, are negroes. IVl llfmler
' Mis lily Pester Green, wlio lias done! "". lus wife an J children. They live, on
ct or ixrtos.01 ukkno j civinnary syrtice in Indian for rwentj j Y. fl. I'. A. AIM. fcTEIJTil , L'"n " J
Sv l.id Ytt. ., .-.-. ....I .a now visilin? her broth -r- i
DLIILIN, Sept. 2. Twelve persons are i, (J arlcs W. Creeru will be the I t'D,'er,i,X flomen In be tJorsN To lllsenss Itflicioos flork for Tear. I
rcporte-l to Have been mjureo in a l.rnli I , ,,,,. M 2 u-riock tbr.
ex losion carl, tins morning. I lie ex. I uM ,,. af ,, nrfc j hf. f,rc;,n n,1A
plosion ws at U.nd,nderry and the A1( ,,, nf ,,,,. ,.,,.,, ,, 0nrr,
cause w not gi.en. mlnnlrd are lnTllr , ,MfI1i.
TiriI00 IltrOKTED I. riCIFK'
U. S. mal Slaflon ai Tavile Con-
side mill, Ilaninced-.
Br UsitM Pirss.
HONOLULU, SepU 2-A typliocn is
retried to hare done considerable dam
age to llie United Stat-s naval s'ation
at Canto today.
at a Ten. ' A meeting to disruss lire reli-ious om.
The. Y.W.CA. will five a lea for all -tram for Ihe year will be held at 4:1V
University women at Read Hall from 3 tomorrow afternoon in Room A, Y. JI.
to 5 o'clock Mouday afternoon. C. A. Building. Pastors of the Colum
Miss Margaret Hawkins was elected bia churches, representatives of'llie Miv
m-mber ei-odicio of the Y.W.CA. cabi ' wurl Bible College and the Uniersity.
. . . .. .. .!. -I r .. . .
I net Decause ol Her position as president i "rc r'riuenis r.i inc loung I copies
Ohio rflsl-to-Com,l Trateler (.oeiof -G-Al
!.'..()() slflcs In Mv Moulh-t 1
IilCini'ir JIAhEij RECORD
Fifteen t'wusand mil's b, bicycle in (To Mold Sale of Ilorne-Cooked Food
sit mnnlis is the jecotd of Joseph , The Slothers Q ! of JefTerson School
0'rn. .Ttf- In-ci-t traieler from ,k- will have a window of Jrome-cooked food
mi. lllno. 1k stopped at lio YMt."..lln the wimlow of Taylor's Music Store
here Tucmlar aflernooS. Mr. Crern 'on South Ninth street Saturday. Tlie
From H. C Ifotaling. execu'ixe secre
ary of the National Editorial Asocia
ion, t. Pa J, Minn.:
There was never a period in the
wotld's history when it was more
important that we have trained
Joia-nalis's newspaper ncn wih
bread vision, with high ideals pro
iaed lo do their part in lifting
men a'ld nations to a true and
higher unders'anding of their rc
spocsibilitics to one another and d.
terrained In restore order from the
chaotic conditions wliirh have fol
lowed tlie war. For tiiat reason 1
am pleased that the Missouri Silto-.l
of Journalism, llie lea ler in this
field of endeavor, isViihtaining. its
vanagc ground bv adding tLe Jay
II. iVJ Hall, dedicated to the m-m-ory
of a pioner in farm journalism,
guided by intelligence and directed
by educated hand and brain will
contribute more tLaa any ether
force in lesloling older in llie
woil L It will res'ore sanity and
enthrone reasoi-s. Tlie call of the
hour is for men who will ma-ure
up to a nw standard, a standard
of service that will give us honest
leadership ami higher conceptions
Believing jour w-hool is prepar
ing just that sort of journalists, the
flattens! Editorial Association con
gratulates Missouri and its School
of Journalin pn the acquisition of
the new- and significant equipment.
owner. Secretary of the Navy:
I dm srre your new bnildina; will
be dedicated to the spirit of jour
nalism which places emphasis upon
i personal responsibility. We need
to hark back? to the days when ever,
' man who wrote for our newspaper
frit that he had the.nwsuf which
' he must deliver and back of that
message he placed his hear and his
conscience as well as his intellect.
Journalistic influence is in pro
portion to the journalistic con
science and jonrnalisie responsibil-
From T. R. Williams of the American
Newspaper Publishers Association:
Roar, .Stewart, Mew York-y-.-sircf-- -:
pteudesrt of the Associated Advertising
Oubs of the World, says:
It is a fine thins; to devote a
building to the edncatjon of stu
dents in the profession of journal,
ism. be standards of the Uaiver.
sir, of Missouri is aa assurance
that the graduates of this course
will be able to render greater pub
lic service thaa in almos any other
vocation the, could choose.
Elevating a medium' of advertis
ing naturally helps to elevate ad
vertising. 'Therefore, also Joe this
reason, the AssocUed Advertising
dubs of the World congratulate
yon upon this occasion and pledge
,oa oar coo-Deration whenever we
can be of assistance.
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pat on )
OBJECTS TO 10 CEST TAX
Tale Files InJinetloas i(sias4 Hah-
e.tn. u..j . . . .
. asss s-.wvwussaaen.
Aa injunction sait was filed, with .
circuit, clerk today for the October term
of the Grcnit Court br Ben Tate against
C W. Davis, count, clerk. M, C,. Pj
eownr, collector, and A. R. Sneace. H.
R. Friok and J. E. Finle,. eoannjsio'n
ers of the aHallsville soerisl r.j a:.
-rict. The injunction is u, preve,, tllc o
exlemuon. lervin. aiul ..rt . '
. . "" el a Deen
Ui of 40 cents on the 1100 nl,: r- '
lpert, in the district for the pnrne-r I Tw
of working, repairing and dMT; t . .
be added t-j
be addee! 1
to take i
courses Is) i
of law in
and 'the 1
1T. . .... ft t C m-
Male of flashfnittnn Has 1,-"03I6 j ,.; XA u i proceeds will be used to buy mM . . " ,." """-""'' " '"--i
...- , ...v, - . making a total ol I.,tJU miles. , jvoven uim, a irrsnman in tie uni ,:, ,r
in the last ten year. ., mnnuV. Mr. Crtm said, versity. and Mrs. Jcwrtt Philhps, 503 '
ITnuin ami ltis kits.l.t V-t .- i.f
. ... ,.n, iiriiv.iii Hiuu'trvjw, auut
the b-rretaiics of the Y. M. C A. and '
lh- 1. W. fl A. Kill allen.l. Is.n '
Walter Miller of th Craduate &-hool Mrs. Jav IL N'eT, widow of Ja, If.
will prrside. N'cH. in wlioe memory the School of
, journalism's new Iwrne was erected by
I". II. S. Plans FoolliaT Season Ward A. Neff, wires from Denver, Colo:
I heartily congratu'ate you ami
th University and wish it were pos
sible to lie with ou today In body as
1 am in spirit while ,ou dedicate the
Jay II. "sea ibm.l of Journalism.
Railroad ("onscslon lit Lit' HnlUInjr.
The w-ork on the nv dormitory at
ri,ri-..!n iVHefe has been slopped for ous towns
v.ant of -intrtiiral tteiL Tl railroad gxii-n" He u?cj l!wt lie lilrt La.
ronjcsU'on has dciiyed tie thlpmcnt been mide for ILti experience.
James "fi right Brown, wlio sends the
.. . s . t-j.. I r..L
hae hen spent la actual traveL Dur-1 Hockaday ttreet wre adoiillrd lo Part- DcjinlJ- Cnl'eelor Hellas Work following is eihmr cf Editor and Pub-
ing thectiet time I have wotked in vari-ler Memorial Hospital late yesterday alt , Mis Hrzckiah Slate, who has been Iriher. Ne Yotk Gty:
ns along the route and pafli ernoon. Joseph H. Allen. George Ar. 'employed b, the ctt, as deputy collce- Todaj, on the occavion of he ddi-
gn ami .ilrs. uetii .are, vrre .!.. lor, negxn her w-nrr- st the rit, hsll yes ' ration cf Ja, II. Neff H-U I'car
charged Iron he bcsplul today. ) j'wdajr monUog. , permit me to extend t the Urn-
working, repairing and Jn-u ... ,
m ok r
roaos. . i . i?e
slant' of sr-
per floors, i
the wMew.ll.. . .J""jl, mi
nii-j ZiT, T'ytr"?; i
the "tsMtisn 1
Ike Irwvt af 1
The JfaThmUe road district &&
sohed b, the County Court last AuasKt
It is understood that the tax wnUnoJ
the dissolving of taw isMsanashsL.
STCBEST8 ACCC8EB wfimsG.
, --,, - -w rwaspeaam,
TweniT aYWOOaVSOrea mmJ .
t L tl J a -i-rtiaistv
CaMaia. ten ain.snr.sws L.. a . "Ofurait
rrr zi .rr1"."; su
w m. hwh ospenoed for am.
Baa of two days. muuv
It was reeossmended ihst cfT1?T
MM atrlnA la.fusswl . . . Wl- 1
denied the prirJeges of tt i. !
,h. t. "' -.
bo painted it- '
I am glad to take this opportun
ity to extend, through you, to the
School of Journalism cordial fchci
la'ions and good wishes of the
American Newspaper Pablishers
Associauon upon the dedication of
another new building; Unirerslt,
training for newspaper work has
long since, passed the experimental
stages and publishers eietywhtie, I
believe, are coming more and assre
to look toward the schools of
journalism for youag men and wom
en with trained minds for service in
llie editorial and news departments.
Uiartes Phelps Cashing, aubor. wbo
was formerly on hte staff of the Kansas
City Star. Colliers Weekly aad other
eastedn magaziues wires as follows:
I congrautlate you heartily en
what the occasion means, for ser
since I wrote what I fceHere was
the first magazine article printed la
a national publication on the West's
firs school ot journlaisav Tee been
Iioroughly sold on the excellence af
the institution. I think son folks
have jis the right combination of
the idealistic and the pracricaL
You give tlie student a pwspectrve;
you leach him that nothing will sne
ered without elbow grease. The
Tlie newspaper you print is proof
cpoujb that von know whit , ar
talking about A laboratory slo-
monsrrauoni i ,. - .. -ta ""ven.asaaw.-c:.
.specula w t'-t wn SttETtjVlT!T
John Ward, newspaper owner of New noon aad was fined It Jm I
lpertT srai-Jw mBiIrTt,
according to Fred FJdean. uHZ.-
J. E. Bedavaa4 rtaea r
J, E. ReJ-ond. a aaiea, xZZglfrS&Z
renuty, protested so vmle-JientV,
niaiH wnen 'arrested lr .. i. rr-' t- n. k.
h'J?UUif " e-C!Si
r mi - rsmce eoan j ' j aero
Ceosa. A. Qsansby r,ti,4r' F
tat I fot-e (but amJLLm,m
y.jyyr"--.. ,.-C ' r -ji , f.fti.
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