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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 August 1916

7n THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1916 NUMBER 309 IV RUMANIA DECLARES AFTER MEAR WAIT Country on Verge of Joining Allies for Some Time Fi nally Takes Step Minister at Berlin Is Dismissed. IB IiiTLVItVIIONS OK Will I.N EUROPEAN CONFLICT GREECE EXPECTED TO ENTER CONFLICT Rumanians and Austrians in Battle Few Hours After Declaration Bu 1 ga r i a n s Continue a Steady Advance. Ily I'nltrd Press. LONDON. Auk. 28. Roumania has declared war on Austria and joined the Allies with her arm) of six hun dred thousand. German has dis missed the Roumanian minister at lierlin. according to dispatches re teived this afternoon. There is ev er indication that Germany will de clare war on Koumania in a few hours Roumania's declaration came after two ears of anxious waiting on the part of the Allies, during which time Itouinania has several times almost entered the war. onl) to be held back b the Russian losses Her entrance at this time is expected to herald Gre...

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. — 28 August 1916

1 I'ajye Tho THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, .MOMHY, AUGUST 2S, 191C THE DAILY MISSOURIAN and d'nd ) Missouri Statute-, as to cities of the third class at: "Section 9171. Compensation of officers. The council shall hae power to Ii the compensation of all ollicers and em- p!oje of the citj ; but the salurv of an oll.cer SHAM. NOT UK CIIA.N'GHD , during the time for which he was elcct ''1 or appointed " lie who can re id the English lan guage can understand these two pro visions of law and their applirition 1 1 j the Columbia, citj council increase .' cent n,j juimugj, these three police are TIk MIiurljii mi hi the iIloijtchts appointed regularlv for a definite term ttt tlie t'nltnl lri"s Assuif illous ( . , 4t " t , , . , of one jear and the fire chief for a de- MeiulK r. .Mnllt lluriMU of Clnulatlum. I UujlB term of one jear et tIle Cty Attorney will contend the law does not CUT OliT 'I UK IIAMi TAX ( appl in this case because of the view , The administration revenue raising i that these city...

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. — 28 August 1916

1 THE DAILY MISSOUMAN, .MONDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1916. Page Three CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS jlalf CVnt a Word a Hay, Phone 53. ' : I ROOMS FOR RENT SPORT NEWS and COMMENT f 6hip for women at St. Louis Saturday. ' an excellent chance to close up the i payment. Her nearest two opponents were each gap in those extra games. it) J ears of age. LEAGUE STANDIMJS Kor Rent: Several rooms for light housekeeping for school year. Apply 121.1 Locust St. P. 309. ROOMS Wanted: Three of four unfuruish el rooms. Giie description and price. Address G. Care Iaily Missourian. G. 309-312. 'atiiinal League. W. L. PC. Wanted: A good furnished room for light housekeeping while attending the University. Have wife and baby. Give full description and price in first lftter Charles F. Boyd. Nixa. Mo. 15 30s-3ii Wanted: Room wanted by young lady student, preferably in private family. Address Isabel Glynn. 7295 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, Mo. G. 30S. ROOM AND BOARD Room and Hoard: We can take six joung ladies to room an...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 August 1916

-ft THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, .MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1916. I'aee Fonr WABASH GETS 1 HIT OFF NEWSDUTHPAW Burnett Enables Browns to Defeat St. Louis Team by a 6-0 Score. STRIKES OUT 14 MEN scoring in almost every inning but it was not until the sixth inning that the St. Imis bunch got a man to first base. In the eighth, they made their only bid for a run. Vogt's error fol lowing Stange's hit put men on first und second with but one down, buck favored the Browns at this point for The box score follows: WAHASII Alt. It. II. O. A. B Ihmalitir. f. II.. 4 H n 4 n 0 W.mmI. rf ' 1 .iM.ksoll. If 4 0 0 1 o I) CI:iii:iIiuii. 2Ii. " - 1 J ItclwrtNoii. lb. if. '! (I ' 1M 3 Staiise. . .10 11 .T lv.iin.ily, .lb '' n o i i n ii..ht.t. -. 3 r, 4 1 Illoek. p 3 U H 0 0 Total 3() O 1 24 !M 7 'OM'MIMA Alt. It. II. . A. K I.liruii. rf. r, u 1 II O O latter Heberer's almost perfect bunt I I'iiMit. -Ii. 4 ' ' xi-i 1 A. who forced Kennedy at second. Davis I llpHi!i,' if! 4 Kiitiiiim-. "' Taylor. II.. - 4 Voirt. -i....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1916 NUMBER 310 Ms BAKERS ARE DIVIDED ON BREMESTION Some Columbia Dealers Fav or Increase in Price to .Six Cents. ONLY 1-CENT PROFIT Ten-Cent Loaf and Decrease in the Weight Are Al so Advocated. The rise in the price of the ma terials that are used in the making of bread and the agitation for a 6 fiit loaf by the National Association of Master Bakers' at their convention last week in Chicago has brought the problem of the price of bread to the bakers of Columbia. E V. Crosswhite of the Crosswhite Bakery said today that he is not us ing a thing for making bread that has not gone up i" price. "Of course." he said, "there is a profit even at the present price, but it is hardly worth the trouble of baking wrapping and delivering the bread. The price must be raised, and the people ought to be satisfied that the increase is only 1 cent. Yes. I think 1 will raise the price of bread, for with all the ris ing prices. 1 ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1916

I Paife Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'utdUlinl rvrry rtrnlng (rxrrpt Saturday unil Minila.v) and Sunday morning liy Tlif MUfcourlan .iorlatlon. Inrorporat nl. Columbia, llo.. lrnnk II. Klnj, I'rrkldrut and Killlor; A. Ci. Illnman. IIulnr .Manacrr. Address nil communications to TIIK HAII.Y JIISSOUWAX Columbia, MMnurl. office: Vlrslnl.1 Itulldlng, Downstairs Plumes : Ilu-liie-x, 57; News, 271. -, ..T , i7,ius thousands of dollars every year. Tillered at tlie postoffice. Columbia, Mo., "3 as siwml-cias jnaM. j mlt as0 as a protection to same birds vTaTT $--": HH'iitli. 23 cents; copy. " 'Cl',,s-! that the game laws may be enforced Mile 'f H"iie ' oimty, jmir Si; mouth, """ """ b J "" 't,"'- ! and birds not shot out of season. Tlie Ml-Miurlan receives tlie illsp.itelies of tlie Culled I'rci Associations. .Mciul.fr, Audit llurea u of Circulations, --' Columbia continues to grow. New j committee and ho could do no great buildings may be seen in every corner cr service to Missouri and the Uni...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1916

TIIK IM1I.Y JIISMUKI VV 'ITK.MtAY. VH.TST 9, JUKi. Page Three BRITISH WANT PEACE ! ON THEIR JN TERMS Nation Demands That Be' Continued Until Central Powers Lose. ARK WELL PREPARED England As Ready for War A on First Day of Eu ropean Conflict. iiKriisii pkwt IK KI) i. keen 1 meil Vrf. M.iff l'.irivii.li'iit) I O.NDOX, Aug 29. This story has to run several hundred words so a to match u with Ackerinan'.s. Simnis', Woods and HearleyV. Otherwise it Kiu'd he told In ten words thus. Eng Und is read for peaee now on her nan terms. ic i.s jtist as ready a she was the dav after w.u was. declared Warwear-.iicss- has not discouraged her The awful drain of blood ami money, the know ledge that every das' prolon gation of the struggle means a bigger bill in both to pay. has not abat ed her zeal or released her letermi p nation to win what she went to war tor The niilitarv reverses of last ear have -tiflened her purpose to accomplish a peace that will re move foreer the "Menace of Prus sian militar...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1916

THE IMIIA JlfesOL'Itl l, I ILMA, VU(JUT 59, 1910. I'a!:e Four OPENING OF THE HALL THEATER IS SUCCESS Kummaiis. returned to Hallsville tin- I the authorities Professor A .1. Iever,liad in no way altered their determl morning secretary of tlie Afincuitural Eten-j nation to strike Monday morning, Walter and Ternll Kees went to I -ion Service. avs- "Until the fanners unless a satisfactorj agreement is H.suee on a visit this morning zt a. count are absolute! sure the i reached before that time. A D Bedford went to Auwus-e this . want a count agricultural agent, the The chairmen of the railroad a visit I'nivcrsitv cannot afford to spend it- brotherhoods who have remained here Large Crowd Sees. First Per formance at Columbia's New Plavhouse. "Shell U in; -lioun in lne part- The picture held the intere-t. and introduced maiiv mnDvaf.on- in motion-picture pro- ductioii" This picture was followed Si Reels of PhotoplaS and ! a two-reel coined, featuring Fatt Aruuikle. and was well re ceived Ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1916

T" THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1916 NUMBER 311 V RAILROADS REFUSE TO CARRY FREIGHT Eastern and Western Lines Are Clearing Tracks of Perishable Freight. PREPARE FOR STRIKE Railways Give Notice No Shipments to Be Taken- After Saturday. n? United Tress. NEW YORK. Aug. 30. Eastern railroads and those in the West are preparing for the impending strike by clearing their tracks of all per ishable freight. The Pennsylvania announced this afternoon that "no freight" would be carried after Sat urday. The Sante Fe has placed an embargo on livestock. The Cotton Belt placed an embargo on freight, which will take effect before Satur day. A majority of the other roads put the embargo today on all perish able freight and livestock that cannot reach its destination on or before Saturday morning. Reports from Minneapolis say that the great flour mills of the Northwest will be closed down in a week. Railroad mail service will be paralyzed the instant the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1916

f HilBIIHHIHHHHiHHHMMnBHMBMM!ttse3aiuriEiiiMaMMHMBMM&0Mt' -J J -- Jt iff- THE DAILT KISSOURIAX, 1VEPXESDAT, AUGUST 80, 1916. Hp Page Two Pp" I; t t t I ? fr THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PublWlitd rrrry evening (except Saturday and Hunday) and Sunday morning by The MUtonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia. Mo, Frank II. King, I'mldent and Editor; A. G. Illnman, ISublnrfes Manager. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia Missouri. Office: Virginia Hulldlng, Downstairs I'liones: Business, 53; News, 274. Kntered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, $2.50; month, 23 cents: copy. 5 cents. Outside f Iloone County, J ear ?3; mouth, 30 cents. FRANCE NOT WILLING TO JkSKJOR PEACE People Insist That Germans Will Have to Make the First Move. The Jllssourlan reccUes the dispatches of the L'ulted Tress Associations.- Member, Audit Ilureau of Circulations. .MOTT CHRISTIAN' Wl'LO.HAT Two years ago a group of New York bankers invited John R. Mott to con ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1916

A. C BAYLESS MAKIXO GOOD Former School of Journalism Student Workine In the East. Alex C. Bayless, a student last year in the School or Journalism and business manager of the Dally Missourian is proving one "of the star salesmen or the Burton Book Company, with whom lie is em ployed, according to reports brought from New York by A. F. Neate or the Strawne-Neate Dry Goods Company -who has recently returned from a CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phrmp 5 5 Half a Cent a JT11U11C OD Word a Day BOOMS Wanted: Three of four unfurnish c I rooms. Give description and price. Address G. Care Dally Missourian. G. 309-312. Wanted: A good furnished room for light housekeeping while attending the University. Have wife and baby. Give full description and price in first letter. Charles F. Boyd, Nixa, Mo. B :;ns-3! 1 BOOM AND BOABD i Boom and Board: We can take six young ladles to room and board, fine location; nice rooms; good meals. 602 South 5th St.- .Mrs. Minnie L. Eng lish. E 309-312. HOUSES FOB BENT For...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1916

- xv.' l 4 " ."Mfcl Hy ,-1 n s: m : if i-- 1. I- I r p 1, SSi lm m m Hr . Vaira EVinr 1 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS I CITY AN CAMPUS 1 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS HONORED BY SOLDIERS Stag Party Is Given on Bor der in Honor of Thirty. M.U. Boys. WILL RETURN SEPT. 1 Colonel John D. McNeely, Former M.U. Man, at Head of Banquet. An elaborate stag party was given by the members ot Company F of the Fourth Hepimeut, wuch went from this city to uirvao, lex. me cent was called the University of Missouri Stag, ami the University colors, old gold and black decorated the com pany mess hall. The dinner was in the nature of a farewell to the thirty members of Company F. who hae applied for their discharges under the "student order" of the War Department, effec tive September 1. Hy this order, the students of universities may be given their discharge, that they may re enter their respective schools. Colonel 3Icely Toastmater. At the head of the banquet, all the guests of honor were alumni of this University. Col....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 August 1916

gy ,j-j y 'T, s-T-jyur;-?-. K-JTZ &' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916 NUMBER 312 fV?S , T STRIKE WOULD LIMIT LOCAL FOOD SUPPLY Only Bare Necessities Will Be Available, According to Merchants. HURT WATER SUPPLY Lack ofCoal Would Handi cap City Water and Light Plant. Much of the business of this city will be paralyzed, and the majority of the remaining business will be badly crippled. If the railroad strike progresses any further. Many of the leading dealers of Columbia, when In terviewed on the prospects and re sources of withstanding a strike, are pessimistic in regard to the staying abilities of the business of this city. "I feel as if the' strike will be avoided," said Major Battcrton, this morning. "As it looks now, there is little to be counted on, and a strike would cripple this city to such an extent, that everyone would feel It. Our water and light plants would be in distress after a short time, as the great majority of the co...

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. — 31 August 1916

..?T "" Ige Two THE DAILT 2USS0URIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 191C ww ri 1 85 1 ! l f ! i 1 1 f ! K IK, fife Efe n i THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Iublihrd tjtry trtnlnt (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornlnc by The Mlssonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo., Frank II. Klnr, I'rrtildent and Editor; A. G, Illnman, Bntlntes Manarcr. Address all communications to THK DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Dullillng, Downstairs I'lioncs: Huslness, 53; News, 274. Kntercd at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, $2.50; month, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside nf Iloone Count-, year $3; month, 30 cents. The MNsourlau recelres the dispatches of the United Press Associations. ' Member, Audit Ilureau of Circulations. full public Investigation. The sixth gives the executive "power to com mandeer. In case of military necessity, all railroads. Taken together the Wilson recom mendations constitute a charter of lib erty for the public from unreasonable exa...

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. — 31 August 1916

jMgjgiiHip;1 EK Return-. From Inspection Trip. Manley Stockton, student assistant in the agricultural experiment sta tion, returned to Columbia last night from an inspection trip of the or chards in Southern Missouri Mr. Stockton, is working under the dlrcc-J THE DAILY MISSOPRUX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916. Page Three tion of C. C. Wiggans of the depart ment of horticulture. -JOHN N. TAYLOR- Pianos, Player-Pianos, nd Victor-Victrolas Best Records Made Virginia Bldg. SPORT NEWS and COMMENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 55 S" a (Jent a Word a Day BOOMS Wanted: Three of four unfurnlsh el rooms. Ghe description and price. Address O. Care Daily Mlssourian. G. 309-312. FOR KENT: A 9-room house, all modern conveniences. Will rent for $30 per month. 1171-Green, 209 Thilly avenue. P-301tf j For Rent: After September 1, five 1 room cottage in East Highlands, city Wanted: A good furnished room for viater, wires for lights, large garden light housekeeping while attending Bnj pasture. W. McN. Mill...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 191C Page Four E i i ;i?C m TOO MANY LAWYERS, ASSERTSJLIHO ROOT Says Incompetent Ought to Be Weeded Out of the 114,000 Lawyers. nual dinner of the association Friday night I LEAVES FOB WISCONSIN MILL CANCEL STIUKE ORDER IF AX 8-HOUR DAY JS AGREED UPON (Continued from page 1.) BAR ADISSMION EASY Complains That Justice Is Administered for Private Benefit. who have plans set to strike Monday. Such settlement, A. B. Garretson, chief of the conductors, told the Sen ate interstate commerce committee to day, must include an 8-hour law. Garretson was today first speaker at the hearing to consider testimony from the brotherhood chiefs, the railway presidents and the shippers, before legislative action Is taken. "As for the question of authority," said Garretson, "I could call off the strike. Rut that would be only through a satisfactory settlement, such as I have just mentioned. For that matter, I care not through what exigency that satisfactory set...

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

1 arOSK- THE DAILY MISSOURIAN i NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1916 NUMBER 1 REVOLUTION BREAKS OUT IN GREECE; KING E Saloniki Despatches Say King Coustantine Has Abdicated the Crown Greek Troops Arc Disarmed. ATHENS CUT OFF FROM THE WORLD Twenty-Six-Year-Old Crown Prince George, Idol of the People and Pro-Ally in Sympathy, Assumes Crowp. Ily United Press. LONDON", Sept. 1. A revolution which may signalize the entrance of Greece into the European war has broken out in Northern Greece and, according to Saloniki reports, King Constantinc has abdicated the throne. Official dispatches from Saloniki this afternoon announced that the revolutionists arc in control of one district in Macedonia and the gov ernment force in the Macedonian town of Vodena have joined the revo lutionists. The Greek troops in Sa loniki were disarmed and interned by the Anglo-French forces after a com pany of revolutionists had laid: siege to the garrison and fighting had re sulted. Athens appa...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 September 1916

WWt l'fwpl X wffjpvinx ' - Page Tw THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 191C. - tT5- vWTOr- . 1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN three years behlnd w,,h lta "ock"' A new state constitution l needed 111 be interest of litigants. In olothm conditions justice is dolnvotl until It Is practically denied. TublUbed rxttj rnnloc (exrept Saturday and Sunday) ana sanaar moraine 07 The MUsourlmn Association, Incorporate ml, Colombia. Hi. Frank II. Kins;. President and Editor! A. O. Illnman, Business Manacer. Address all communications to THn DAIIA' J1ISSODRIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Vlrelnla Iiullcltng. Downstairs Phones: Business, 03; News, 274. RURAL SCHOOLS IIAVJJ KXHIMT.H Entered at the postofflce, Colombia, Mo., as second-class mall. l'ear, $2.50; month, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of lloone County, year S3; montb, 30 cents. Tbe MIssourlan receives tbe dispatches of tbe United l'ress Associations. Member, Audit Bureau of Circulations. "OUR EASTERN QUESTION America's most important ove...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 September 1916

-1 qqayfl SflUgpfW Tv'W r ' ""5f-?73rf 'fypwHyiiy Ff'ff BfjH?,iijM5J THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 191C Page Three r V CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ptirkfl Half a Cent a JT 11U11C JJ word a Day ROOMS Wanted: Three of four unfurnish el rooms. Give description and price. Address G. Care Daily Missourian. G. 309-312. Wanted: A good furnished room for light housekeeping while attending the I'niversity. Have wife and baby. Give full description and price In first letter. Charles F. Boyd, Nixa, Mo. B 30S-311. Wanted: House from 5 to 7 rooms. Neighborhood Stephens College pre ferred. Address John J. McAnp.w, Cameron, Mo. M 311-315. ROOMS FOR RENT For Rent: Several large sunny rooms, furnished, pleasant location, quiet neighborhood. Ten minutes walk from campus. Westmount. Phone 1171 Green. P. 1 tf. For Kent: Four unfurnished rooms and bath, strictly modern, upper floor will rent all rooms together or sep arately, or will furnish them complete ly. Very contenient and .good loca tion....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 1 September 1916

Sj?PI!'sW?sS" rat "sfr " 5f-5srn mrtz 33f$gi&:'? r . Pa?e Fonr THE DAILY. MISSOURI,!, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 191C Hughes Starts East. By United 1'resi ESTES PARK, Colo., Sept. 1. Re freshed by a week's vacation here, Charles E. Hughes and his campaign party left this afternoon for Topeka and Kansas City, where he is sched uled to deliver two speeches tomor row on the last lap of his western tour. 100,080 Autos in Missouri. For the fir3t time in its history, Missouri has passed the one hundred thousand mark in the number of li censed motor cars. The total now is 100.0SO, reached today. St. Louis has Ihc largest number, 19,453. Kansas City has 11,974, and Jackson County, 1.032. XEGRO PRINCIPAL LEATES TODAY II. L. Cox, Here Six Years, Takes Po sition in Kansas City. H. L. Cox, who has been principal of the negro school for the last six years, will leave Columbia today for Kansas City to take the principalship of the Wendell Phillips school there. Mrs. Cox will remain in Columbia abou...

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