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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 August 1916

BFlM J I I l M ' '"'"JH THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 1916 NUMBER 287 w SAPPANDWHITESIDES CARRYBOONECOUNTY Deputy Sheriff Gets Nomina tion by 32 Votes Pool Wins Easilv. K. C. BROWN VICTOR Stockton Beats Tate forjudge Gardner Is First and l.indsey Second. Frederick I). Gardner of St. Louis tMirud Boone County by a plurality of about ."00 votes oer his nearest competitor. Arthur X Lindse) At kinson ran third and Barker fourth The other winners in Uoone County arc Wallace Crossley, for lieutenant governor. .1 Kelly Pool for secretary of state. John T Wajland for state auditor. Frank McAllister for attor nev -general, A. M. Woodson and Fred L Williams for Judges of the su preme court; Major J Lille) for judge Kansas City court of appeals, U W Shackleford for representa tive in congress. Wood Sapp for rep resentative, J T. Stockton and J. T. How land for judges of the County Court, W M. Dinwiddle for prose cuting attoinej, Fred Wlntesides for sh...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 August 1916

UNIVERSITY MISSOURI.!, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1!1. P8&e Two UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN rubllfchrd dally except Saturday by the fctudrntn In the School of Journalism at the l'nlterlty of Missouri. FItANK II. KINO A. O. IIIN.MAN - Editor - Husluess Manager l'nlerlty 31iMurIan Association, Inc. Itlrectnrs: r'rank II. Kins, l'resident; Cluil vh linker. Secretary; Ira II. Hyde. Jr., Duke N. I'arry. II. I'.. Taylor, Charles Hosier, I). I. rattcrson, J. I.. droves, lieonre I,aniade. Address all communications to UXIVIMSSITV .MISSOUltlAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Ilulldlng. Downstairs l'hones: Iluslness, 55; News. 274. Kutered at the pnstoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class man. Atlanta, Ga., from lSSI! to 1SS.".. He also took post-graduate work and at tained a degree of Ph. D. from Johns Hopkins in 1SSC. He has had the hon orary degree of I..L. D. conferred on him at Wake Forest, Tulane, Johns Hopkins, Rutgers, University of Penn sylvania. IJrowii, Harvard, Williams and Dartmouth...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 August 1916

-. 41 ra, to ne ey on er iy. d, 'n, 10. ed it st T. II- !lO in ir 1 V s . ks DKINK PLENTY IX SUMMER An Abundance of Water Necessary lltirintr Hot Months, Sajs Authority. Water is not usually considered a food. Nevertheless, according to Dr. M P. Racnel of the department of preventiie medicine of tlie University of Missouri, it plays a large part in our economy and is necessary to the body. The elasticity and pliability of muscles, cartilages and bones are due in large part to the water they con tain. The amount of water required by a healthy man every twenty-four hours is between 3 1-2 and 4 1-2 pints in addition to what we take in with our solid foods, making in all about 5 to ." 1-2 pints a day. In summer this amount must be increased. Every one should drink an abundance of cool, but not too cold, water during the heated term. Water increases nutrition, and, con sequently, water drinking will make one fat. There is no objection what- eer to diinking water in abundance during meals...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 2 August 1916

-$& 'Hr m Paire Fonr IMVERSITY MISSOURI.!, HKUNESDiY, AUGUST 2, 1SHC. i WOULD PLAY THK KKOnS I . A. It. CUIP MAY HE TIIK L VST Maiij Teams Write to Manager Ta lur fur (.'ami-s with Columbia. Teams from all over the State arc tring to book games with the Co- Vrlcraiis of ('nil Mar to .Meet In Kan sas (it Anpiist 29. I!v I'ulted Pres. KANSAS CITY. .Mo . Aug. 2 Twen- lumbla Browns. Manager Tajlor has 'J-mousanu veterans oi u.e uranu r rcccived several letters this wcck m of ,1,e RePuljlc mobilize here fiom baseball nianaKcrs asking for " -.". u.e mm.-iu ..-i.u..-i .-..- a game Talor sa.vs, "It will be im- campnlpnt nnj-sihln in nlm nil nf thpso tpams. but some of the best teams will bc ' be the last great encampment and that l.laI and most of the games n, I it u .11 be the first .n this section of the I rsitmtv! In mini i nipt. Milt wittwl Ilin bc plavul heie The arrangements of I ' '" .'""-"".' " the future games will be far better than when we were in the league" A hard battle is...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 August 1916

' " sKPpJpss&ppF., '"JSESBSr!8HB KBKBtta&smrSrjSB ''"SsfW-TTT?' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1916 NUMBER 288 -1 ET IS MUliCOLT SHOW More Than 1,000 in Prizes Offered in Fair's Big gest Attraction. CROWDS ARE LARGE Attendance Today Especially Pleasing to the Board of Directors. THE CALENDAR August 4, 1'rid.iy Close of Itooue County i air. August 1 Friday UoMuson'a Circus. September H, l.'i. 1C. Thursday, Friday ami s.iiiim.iy university en trance eliminations. Septemlier IS ID, ait Monday, Tuesday and 'iliud.iy University registra tion. September -"0. Wednesday Opening Con i iHLiiiIi.n, University Auditorium, 11 a. in. September 21, Thursday University tl.iss work in an illusions negins. MEXICANS E THE WEATHER MERCHANTS CLOSE TIIEIlt! STORES The derby attraction today was at tended by a record breaking crowd. At 10 oclock all of the seats were filled. In .spite of the small crowd election day the total attendance for this year's fai...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 August 1916

-r. r - & 3 ' 'rz Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, THURSDAY, AUOUST 3, 1916. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN rullilirl rarli riming, except Haturday, anil Sunday morning by The UnliriKlty MNhourlan Anhorlatlon, Incorporated, oimnbia, .no. I'ltAXK II. KING, IMItor A. ;. IIIXMAX. Kindness Manager Aildivs .ill communications to Till: DAILY JIISSODKIAN Columbia, .Missouri. (Wife: Vlrslnl.l Iluildlng. Downstairs 1'lioncs: llusluess, 53; Xens, 274. Ilntcred at the postofflce, Columbia, a Kecund-clasg mall. Mo., Yi-ar, ?2JVI; moiitli, 2Ti cents; copy, 3 cents. Tlie Mlssuurlnn mvhes the dispatch? ot tne ijiuteu rress Association. Member, Audit Ilureau of Circulations. TOLERANCE AND IMPOSITION Tolerance Is one of the characteris tics or American people. Sometimes in some communities, an outbreak of Intolerance occurs, and something happens. That something may be a race war, or it may be a weed cutting. Sometimes we think we are tolerant because we do not fight our neighbor who is a Democrat, bometime...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 August 1916

.y'- - Wf'iM g5i --? j- $f " ' I k THE DAILY 3S60UBIAy, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1916. 90 PER CENT OF CRIMINALS ARE UNMARRIED, HE SAYS Ninety per- cent of criminals are bachelors. Only half of married men who be came crooks have children. Women who take up crime are sin gle or separated from their families. Women crooks won't tell the truth. If a married man gets into trouble, he usually commits a real crime, not a misdemeanor. The way to lessen crime is to advo cate early marriages. By Uultfit I'reji. CLEVEIAND, Aug. 3. After an in vestigation of 400 criminal cases, James J. Lind .Cleveland chief police prosecutor, has found out that nine tenths of all crooks are unmarried. Two thirds of the men jailed were be tween the ages of 21 and 30, according to his figures, available here today. "It seems that conditions in unmar ried life tend to make men criminals or that persons with criminal instincts are inclined not to marry," concluded Kind after his investigation. "This Is hard to prove b...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 3 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOUBlAy, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1916. Page Four SOCIETY NOTES Miss Cyrene Shepherd gave a din ner party at her home last evening. Those who attended were Hisses Mary Fcrclval, Pet Tucker, and Manley Stockton, James Harklcss, and Fred Wright. The dinner party was pre ceded by a swimming party at Ste phens College. CITY AND CAMPUS H. B. Whitlow of Fulton, a student in the School of Law last year, is visiting in Columbia today. R. E. Stewart, a student in the Summer Session of the University, re turned today to his home at Liberty, Mo. George W. Somerville, a student in .Members of the Alpha Tau Omega 'the Summer Session, returned to his fraternity will give a swimming party! home at Princeton this morning, at Stephens College tonight. Five, Enimett Artman went to Orick, couples will attend. .Mo., this morning. ani uaiiutu ti. m ....... , Miss Elizabeth Niedermeycr gave a mornllIR 0n business, dance at the Sigma Xu house last g Q T n wcnt to Brookfjeid, night in nonor 01 .Mis...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 August 1916

II THE DAILY MISSOURlAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916 NUMBER 289 ipsw? V IS COLT SHOW PRIZES Tilford Murry's Mules Win First Prize Second and Fourth Places. 18 ENTER CONTEST Four Winning Animals He come Property of Colum bia Commercial Club. THE CALENDAR Augii-t i I'riday Itolilnsun's Circus. ' Scpleml.cr H, IS, 10. Thursday, l'rldayl ami ,-viiuruay university en trance examination. SepteinlxT is, lit, 'JO, llonilay, Tuesday and Wednesday University reglstra- tlnii. September I1". Wednesday Opetiliis Con- localiou, Unliersity Auditorium, 11 :l. in. September 21, Thursday - University class iork in all divisions begins. IWADES THROUGH THE PIKE; THE WEATHER STILL LIVES TO RELATE IT ssss TiildNliiu;: ""iiiiany. Holers liry tioods Company, llmm' .Mutual 1'ire liisurnm-o - ,. 1 1 . Millinsr A Uleialor Company. Model l.micli Kihiiii. Vit-tur Ilarlii Clotidng c.utip.ui.i. Columbia In-. , Kcntal Ageuey, Vcin-ll iroicry Company, 1 llfiinl .Murry, ir W. I". IHsart. T....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 August 1916

s- -$f f"S? ' iVgS THE DAILT .MISSOUIUAX, FRIDAY, Al'OCST 4, 191C Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN and small, as well as to the farmer. The act, it seems to us. Is the solu- PuliIUIird racli rtaing. rxrrpt Saturday, -.,., ,, T ani Sunday mornine b The Uniin.it.v tion of the Rural Credits problem. In Inrorporale.l,. , ..... ,,M0- ... . "ITditor other great problem of the farmer ltuslufs Manager , solved for him by the federal govern mentthat of foreign marketing. .MUsourlan Afc.nriatin, olimtliia. Mo, I'KANK II. KIXi. A. :. III.VMAN. iMre nil communications to Till: I.AII.Y MISSOLIltlAX Columbia, MIourl. offi.-e- Vlrslnla Hulldlns. Downtalrs. J'huiies: Ilu!nes -'; News. '-!. i 1 -ii t.-r.-.l at the po-tofflce, Columbia, Mo., I 3 secnnl-clas mail. , The New Books Year. $2W. month. "" cents; copy, T, cent. Tli- Mloiirlan receive the dispatches ..f tl' l'nln-1 l'ress Associations. TieTiiher. Audit Itureau f Circulation-. Hook ItimliiiL'. "Book Hinding as a Handwork Sub jeef is discussed by...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 August 1916

-'ffifS"; THE DAILY -MISSOURI.!, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 191C Page Thrw fr BKITISII OIISKKVK AXMVERSART I!csiliiti(iiis Show Determination to r'lirM War to Finish. Ity I'lillcl l're. LONDON. Auk. 1. The Rritlsh Em pire toda realllrmed Its determination to rtfiht on to victory. P's. Throughout the vast domain Aus tralia, Canada, India and other lands, patriotic meetings are being held to day in observance of the second anni versary of the outbreak of the war. olution was adopted and .with it a prayer for an early cessation of hos tilities. Today also in practically every cathedral and church throughout the British Isles were held Holy com munion and a special series of prayers. Itut ( Iiiit Stone Is Thk .Hun's Hunch. ISy t'nltrd Press. CHICAGO, Auk. 1. Joe Jackson. White Sox slugging gardener, has a hunch that he always plays before every came, and Manager Rowland is From the largest meeting in the (.ontent to let him work it as long as largest city to the meeting in the ! llt. keeps ,,unc...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 4 August 1916

i Paife Four THE DAILY UISSOCRIAX. rKID.Y. AUGCST I, 191C. SOCIETY NOTES 'this morning to her home at Mexico. TEACHERS TAKE EXAMINATIONS ! COLUMBUS GUARO IS U1LWE-NT The following attended a swimming party at Stephens College: Misses Hazel Summerfield, Helen McGregor. Kiev Annll. Kuby Cline. Roberta Qiiinn. and Jessie Cline: Klmer Mont gomery, r.nell Knyeart. Arthur Haiiey. John Carlisle. Harold Newman and Kric .lansson. Mrs. WillarU Ridings was ehaiK-ron. Mr. and Mrs. George Everett Itriece. 10S Colcge avenue, gave a rook partj last uiglit in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Klza Itreece of Peking. China. Tho-e present were Misses Lora. Paul ine and Klla Scott. Miss Anne Fleming. .Miss Otta Jo Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Heinz of Peking. China. Cleo Wiggans. Claude Stephens. T. T. Sim mons and I)R Scott. i:. 1- Hughes. l.ou Hughes. Mrs. W. It. Painter and R. K. Hughes motored over to Columbia from Glasgow today. K. I. Hughes raises earn anil always exhibits at the State Corn Show hel...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 August 1916

r THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 290 s THE CALENDAR READY FOR A STRIKE Conclusion Is That Ballot Count Will Cause Men to Quit Work. 400.UOO ARE IN UNION Will Tie Up MoreThan250,- 000 Miles of Roads in United States. Aiuiist IS, Priilar Robinson's Circus. Si ptemlier li, n, IB. Thursday. Frldiy .mil Siturdiv University en trance v uulnatlons. S ptemlier is. Ill, -"0, Moniliy, Tuesday and eiiniiii university registn tiou. September Mi, Wcdnesdiv Opening Con- mh uion, uuiversitj Auditorium, 11 i in septeuileer "I, 'lliurvliv University diss work In ill illiMons begins l! 1'nlled Press. NEW YORK, Aug " The counting of ballots pased bj 4(0.ftii0 railreud cmplojes affiliated with tlio Brother hoods threatening to tie up J"0,000 miles of railroad-, bj a strike was toncluded sliortlj before 0 o clock this evening While no official announce ment regarding the v ote has been made it was said to be the conclusion that the vote would...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 August 1916

Page Two THE DAILT MISSOURIAX, SIMUV, AUGUST C. 191li. put PLANS OF AN ATTRACTIVE HOiME K - jr jnni i s "Yj.i zl T"-:jcto-fc- Mini -rfiHHkii HUE TOGS FORCE THE LADYTO Smartness Is Keynote of All New Styles, Says Fash ion Writer. for your hatpins, gloves and veils. These things make going away quite as convenient and comfortable as stay ing at home, and twice as fascinating. ut out a wash in the privacy of '" hotel domicile there is a three-pound electric iron that will turn upside down and let you heat water on it. It is made witha hole in one end where you may heat your curling iron and it packs up in a small velvet bag 7 by 9 inches. For further aid to the travel- Purpose Is to Obtain Hard-Surfaced ing laundress in either little silk or! Road Across Country. leather covered envelope cases are one ( The National Old Trails Road Asso half dozen tiny clothes pins, a stout jciation will hold its fifth annual con cord wound on a flat card and two vention at Herington, Kan., Scptem- BAG...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 August 1916

".&& Ml i THE DAILY MISSOUKIAX. St'XDAY, AI'flU.ST G, 191G. BRITISH PAY PENALTY OP UNPREPAREDNESS English Army Just Getting Into Form, Writes War Correspondent. NEEDS GOOD OFFICERS But Britons Have Captured Three Times the Territory of Germanv. Tills is the second of a series of articles on the European War to appear in the Missourian. The third by Henry WooJ, United Press Staff Correspondent, will be on the army of France. It will be published tomorrow. Till- ItltlTISH ARMY Hy ED I.. KEEN tl'nllcil Pros Staff Correspondent) LONDON'. July:! (by mail) Success in modern warfare isn't measured in terms of real estate. If it were. Oreat Ilritian and her Allies might point with considerable pride to the acquisition in the last two years of more than three time the acreage of the German Empire The second anniversary of the war iiuds the Allies in possession of all the former great Teutonic colonies ex cept German East Africa. I-atest ad vices indicate that this particular tract of...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 August 1916

P5-" nJTsir' Page Fob THE DAILY .UISSAURIAX, Sr.MUT, AUfil'ST li, 191. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ubllthr-I rxrry rinlnr (rxrrpt outurtlay anil .suouaj) and Minda) morniac uj Th VIKfeourlan A,orlatlon, Inrorporat ml. Columbia. Mo.. Frank II. KIdic, 1'rroldrnt and Killlor; A. fi, lllnman, ltu(.lnpi.i Manacrr. Address all communications to Till: DAILY MlhSOBUIAX Colurnlili, Missouri Office: Vlrxinli ISuilillns. Downstairs I'liones: I!uIncss, S3; Xcws, -'71. I'ntereil at tlie postofflre, Columbia, Mo as second-iliss mall. the creature to him. There are ruc tionsstampedes, kicks, buckings on the part of the cowboy, but in the end the real manliness of his nature comes to the front and he becomes a J man whom any girl would be proud I to win. Of course he is won, de-( cisively and happily. GET READY TO OPEN i Stephens and Christian Col leges Are Making Exten sive Improvements. Vc.ir, s2JS0; month, 2-" rents; copy, 3 cents Tln MisoiirIan reioUes tbp illspitches it the I nlteu I'res Associatio...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 August 1916

HO r " THE MILT .U1SS0CRIAX, Sr.NDAV, ACfiUST C, 1918. Page Fire AT THE CHURCHES "Some More!" Says the Hobo. Two persons who from all appear- . . ,. , anees had seen a good deal or the (hnstmi. Science. BOr(, from ,he wp of fre,ght Christian Science services are held and were entirel familiar with the everv Sundav at I a m in the Vir- i location of the back kitchen door stop Ainia Building The suhject of the I,ed hefore Hetler's store on Broad- es-,on for Sundav, August fith, Is ( wa" this morning. One of them open "Spirit " I Cl the door and looked In, and as the other one started to move away, he e- ClirMuin Church, j claimed, "Wait a second. Bill, c'mere Bible school at 9 ::o Morning wor- ' 'At's the best Icokinff store I ever seen ship at 10 II. sermon 'Tiidcr Judg-1 '" "lv ,,re" a,ul -'ked awaj. ment of Friendship" riiion services' in the evening at the Methodist church Intermediate Kndeaor at 6 "0. Senior Endeavor at C I". Praver meeting Vednesda evening at 7 45 Madison A Hart...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 6 August 1916

Page Sli THE DAILY MISSOURI., SUXDAF, AUGUST ti, 1910. SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. J. C. Hacklemann gave a party at her home, 905 College avenue, last night in honor of George and Mau rine Cans of St. Louis. Games were played and refreshments were served. The following children were present: Katherlnc Calvert, Ruth Eckles, Ruth Mumford, Mary Rodhousc, Margaret and Miriam Williams, Carl Fairbalrn. John William Fellows, Frederick Marbut, Oliver Williams, and Thelma and Alton Oliver. Miss Alice Lorraine Furtney left yesterday on a motor and camping trip to Princeton. From there she will go to St. Louis, Kansas City and Roonvllle, returning in about three weeks. She is accompanied by Miss Irma Dumas. A stag dinner was given last Mon day evening by J. IJ. Powell in honor of C. 0. Hanes, former secretary of the Commercial Club and Retail Mer chants Association who is leaving Co lumbia. Those present were, I M. Defoe, president of the Commercial Club, II. IJ. Goetz. II. M. McPheeters, II. W. Halley...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 August 1916

-y-rr THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1916 NUMBER 291 CITY WOULD SUFFER IF TRAINMEN STRIKE Tie-Up of Railroads Means the Cut off of Columbia's Food Sources. MEAT SUPPLY LARGE However, People Would Be Forced to Live on Flour, Meal and Pork. If the 400,000 railroad men now threatening to strike are unable to make satisfactorj arrangements, with the railroad olhcials. and walk out, it will hae a seiious effect on the people and business interests of Co lumbia Some of the possibilities if such a strike does take place aie told below bj some of Columbia's leading business men J X Belcher or tne Heicncr uro cerv Company sajs that virtuallj all the products consumed in Columbia are shipped in "Out of everj 100 bushels of potatoes consumed in this citj , 99 are shipped in." he said "The .same thing applies to cabbages What we had enough of last jear. like fruit, has this vear been burned while still on the trees, so this jear even these products hae to...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 August 1916

t-jTMg-payww" fff JgrfgBgCg?"n-r",J.Ts; " I- T"1 ""?- ssss??' j"jwysg'Ljtwi yfT t Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUlird eiery nenlwt (rxirpt Katurda) and Sunday) and Sunday morning by Tin MNhourlan Ahoclatlon. Incorporat ed, (olunil)Ia, Mi.. 1 rank II. King, I'rrkldrnt and Kililor; A. C. Illnman, llu.Inr- Mnnagrr. I1 1 -- nil omiinuiilcitioiis to mi: iaii. MissoiTisrAX Column! i, Missouri Offlcp ir'liili ISiiIMinK, Downstairs I'lionr. Iluslnes, .""; cw, "7t. I'.nlori'i! at tlic postiiffli e, Columbia, Mo as seoiHl diss mall Year. S2-.VI; iiimitli, 'Si cents; copy, 5 cents Tin; .Missouri ritilvcs tlie dispatches of tin- United I"res A-oci Ulcus. "vitnil.ir, Audit Iliireiu of CIrculitloii J Hi: ClIIM. LAHOK HIM. In 1SS0 there were in the United State-, l.US.T.C children under fifteen jears of age emplojed in various oc cupations The National Child l.abor Committee of New York City estimate-, that one-sith of all children in the United States are now working in industries The sanle ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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