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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 June 1918

Eafrm Page Tito i riTSSSsSBSBSfSSsJ - THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association Incorpo rated Colombia Mo Virginia Bide Down stairs Phones Business S3 News 271 National Advertising Bepresentatlve Carpenter Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Bldg New York Feoplea Oas Bide Chicago Tlie Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all Lewd dlspatcbes credited to It or not tberwlse credited In this paper and also tbe local news published herein Entered as second class mall matter City Year 373 3 months 100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Uuone County lear 325 6 months 1175 3 months DO cents Outside the county iear 400 3 months 1 3 mouth 45 cents ABE WE WORTHY I Greater love hath no man than this That he lay down his life for his friends These words you have either heard or read They were spoken ages ago but live today They apply to life today just as true as they did at the time of Christ They express the same gu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 June 1918

r L J JUNE 28 DESIGNATED NATIONAL SAVINGS DAY The National War Savings Commit tee which is carrying on through its State and local committees a Nation wide campaign to get all the people on or before June 28 to pledge them selves to save to the utmost of their ability and to buy War Savings Stamps with their savings has givea out the following statement -Those of us who remain at home while others do the fighting have an ever increasing number of opportuni ties to do definite and highly impor tant work for our country We wish to do this work as an expression of the gratitude we feel la being privileged to continue at our usual tasks to enjoy the loin companionship of our fam ilies to meet freely with our friends and neighbors to enjoy all the securi ty of life and most of the pleasures and the economic privileges of peace times while other men who have had to put aside all these things are fight ing our battles for us on the sacred soil of France and on the high seas Our new opportu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 June 1918

Ir Page Fonr HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS STUDY AGRICULTURE Vocational Training De scribed at Todays Session of State Conference WORK IS PRACTICAL Pioneers in Teaching Tell of Good Results to Their Communities There aro only three high schools in the state which have taien advan tage of the Smith Hughes Law to se cure federal aid for vocational agri culture Manuel Drumm who is In charge of this work in the Shelbina High School told the Vocational Con ference in the University Auditorium this afternoon of the great enthusiasm with which the work is being received by the farmers in his community The twenty one pupils in his class in vo cational agriculture tested 450 bush els of seed corn for interested farm ers All the boys in the class have five acres of corn apiece and the class has together six acres of navy beans f a crop which Mr Drumm is attempt ing to introduce to the community Mr Drumm said that there was great interest in the war gardens of Shelbina and that the work bad been given ad...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 June 1918

- f NCLUDES THREAT AGAIXST RUSSIA I Entrainmcnt of Boone tians for Qamp Pike Will Begin on 24th 400 YET IN CLASS 1 Men in Non Essential Oc cupations to Be Reclassi fied This Month Fcwqr men from Columbia than heretofore are Included in the draft y quota which will begin leaving for Camp Pike Ark June 24 covering a five day period The total number that will entrain la fifty six Nine negroes who will go June 19 form the remainder of the June Draft More than 400 men are yet re maining in Class 1 and draft au thorities think this class will not be examined before 1919 The 21-year-old registrants who enrolled June 5 have not been assigned numbers It is not certain whether they will be added at the end of the class or be distributed among it by means of a drawing Orders concerning this will come from Washington Two thirds of the remaining names in Class 1 have been listed Of the 159 names eighty two have applied for and received deferred classification because of agricultural employment T...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 June 1918

Ip r Pag Two THE EVENING M1SSOURIAN lublitlisJ every evening except Sunday bj Tlie MUauurlau Auoclatlon Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bide Down italr Phonea Bnalneaa 85 Newa 274 National Advertlitnir Representative Carpeuter Scbeerer Co FUtn Avenue mag New York Peoples Gas Bid- Chicago The Associated Press Is exclusively en utioii m the use for reDnLllcatlon of all news dliojtcbes credited to It or not tberwlse credited in this paper and also the local news published herein Entered as second class mall matter City Year J375 3 months 100 mouth 40 cents copy 2 cents By mail In Boone County Year 125 6 months 1175 3 months 00 cents Outside the county lcar 450 3 months L35 mouth 45 cents ANOTHER FALLACY EXPLODED The nature of peace has been said to enervate the jouth of a country If a nation had long years ct peace it has been said by the wiseacres that the youth of that nation would lack the sturdy qualities of their ancestors who were bred in times of war More specifically the cha...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 June 1918

aTOM 1 i B T Vs J U Coursault dean of the School of Education Two problems now rec ognized as most Important are how to liake the world afe for democracy and how to make democracy safe lor the world By helping to promote the ideals of democracy and to unify the nation the School of Education has done its peculiar work towards solv ing the first of these problems Since the school deals with youth it must anticipate the needs of tomorrow teachers must be prepared now to place the school in the service of so cial reconstruction that must follow the war a social reconstruction that has Indeed already begun and there by to help make democracy safe for the world Largely through the war the masses of men and women are coming to their own In our national life Only by the most thorough train ing can tie educators be prepared to solve intelligently the intricate I Iems that for this reason now con- 1 front the school Whatever has serv ed like silk hats and kid gloves only as badges of distinc...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 June 1918

Em f Pago Fonr NEW SOCIAL ORDER TO FOLLOW T Harry F Ward in Ad dress Makes Plea for Mighty Reconstruction ATTITUDE OF LABOR Workers Back Allies to Limit in Hope of a Greater Democracy We build cities destroy them level them to the ground rendor them waste places without habitation yet we have not learned to give a cup of milk to a hungry child said Harry F Ward of Union Theological Seminar- New York at the Agricultural Auditorium last night in an Impressive plea for a mighty reconstruction based upon the principles of the Christian religion He told of the hungry children in New York City at the present time of the Ideals of frightfulness and de struction in the world and represent ed the Great War as accomplishing a step forward toward the organization of a better social order that is the goal of universal human longing and expectation Mr Ward said that no other end would justify the social ex pense material and spiritual of the war Jlr Ward discussed the changed at titude of the la...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 June 1918

V- our present surplus On the other hand we have a sufficient increased supply of pork this summer to permit economical expansion Inlts use It will therefore be a direct service to our own Armies and those of the Allies if our people would in some de gree subsUtute fresh pork bacon hams and sausage for beet products We request all hotels and restaur ants not to place on their menus or serve boiled beet more than two meals weekly beefsteak more than one meal weekly and roast beet more than one meal weekly We ask householders under no circumstances to buy more than one and one quarter pounds of clear beet weekly or one and one halt pounds including the bone for each person in the household The public will realize that the changing conditions of production from season to season the changing situation In shipping and therefore of the market available to the Allies and the Increasing demands for our growing Army with the fluctuating supply of local beef in France all make it impossible t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 June 1918

Paga Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN rubllibed every evening except Sunday by Tbt MUsoarian Association Incorpo rated Colombia Mo Virginia Bldz Down italrs Pbonei Business 65 News 174 alncr Carpenter Scbeerer Co Fifth Avenne BIcU Ken xorx t eopies uas tuac micagu Tbe Associated Press la exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of 11 news dlspatcbes credited to It or not ttberwlse credited In tbls paper and also be local news published herein Entered as second class mall matter Vertr 1375 3 mODtbS month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In lioone Connty Year 25 6 months I1T5 3 months 90 cents Outside tbe connty lear K50 3 months fl25 month 45 cents WELC03IE TEESUS KEEP 001 John W Bell of Bell Mound near Rocheport lives in a house by tho Bifle ot the road and is a friend to man Mr Bell has arranged for tho use as picnic grounds for friends neighbors and strangers a tract of land about thirty acres in extent Artificial lakes and rustic tables and benches are a part of tbe provision fo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 June 1918

iSHflflHilHBHHBMBHHHMIHHHflBHHflfl9HHHHBHHHHflHHflRISfl llll8niBBaKfiMlwHBiB8JB THE STUDENT IN WAR TIME The value of certain stifal t by university teachers each Hir i i wartuna Is discussed below stallment of this serS nt I T Ufldt41 Jictaustland riAon A v uie rnuui ni KnMnaAiin m oraiiiif mere are two general reasons why the study of CU6ramS auuuia D9 continued dur ing the present war if the r tlnues to provide men with technical training to help In war operations and iu uu men ior tne reconstruction work that must follows the war The engineering regiments that are now In active service must be recruit ed as long as the war lasts They are engaged in providing transportation for the mobile armies outlining the trench systems constructing fortifica tions and building the Industrial plants behind the lines that are necessary to jrovide war supplies In this country we need large num bers of engineers to keep the indus trial machinery up to its maximum capacity to maintain old systems ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 June 1918

I I- SOCIETY NOTES Miss Evelyn Anna Joslyn daughter of 0 W Joslyn of Charleston Mo and Clyde L Shepard son of A H Shepard oflhis city were married yesterday at the Presbyterian Church In Mexico The Reverend Mr Wallace of Mexico performed the ceremony The bride is a member of the Delta Gamma sorority and received the de gree of B S In Ed from the Univer sity last week The bridegroom is a former student of the University The young couple departed Immediately for Charleston S C where he will report for Army service having en listed some time ago The Epworth League of the Broad way -Methodist Church will hold a so cial en the lawn of the home of Mrs Ellzaheth Flowerrce Hudson and Hillcrest avenues at 8 oclock tomor row evening Mrs Harry Kcenewas hostess yes j terday afternoon at a meeting of tne Columbia U D C at her home at Stephens Those present were Mrs G A Bradford Mrs Margaret ville Mrs P P Sutton Mrs Walter Robinson Mrs Hugh Baker Mrs John Cstcs Mrs L E Hill Mrs Winnie Bpdford Mrs...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 June 1918

jgjjwiii snijin YZ ie - - IrsjwIW if 1 riiL I u EI POUND V s TENTH YEAR ARTILLERY U S LINES Ieavy Bombardment Direct zed Against Americans in Marne Region VTTACKS WITHSTOOD ifty of Enemy Surrender unaer riag ot Truce Near Chateau Thierry By Associated Presi LONDON June 14 A party ot fifty Germans among the troops who at tacked the Americans northwest of Chateau Thierry on Thursday sur rendered under a flag ot truce re ports the correspondent of the Dally Mall with the American Army in Fraarce AU the German attempts tallied and they left behind them dead and wounded In describing the days eve nts the eorresnondent V The Germans appear to be annoy- over the loss of Belleau Wood All iht and early this morning guns of most every caliber pounded the American line at Bouresches and Bel leau Wood It is believed that the Germans have ordered fresh divisions against Two German airplanes were de stroyed and another one driven down out of control by the American avia tors on the Toul front Thu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 June 1918

J Paw Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN err by Tbe Ulssourlan Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Ylrrfnla Bide Down italr Phones Business 63 News 274 National Carpenter Scneerer Co Jfixtn Arenne mag New York Advertising Representative Peoples Uas Bids Chicago dreams find realization Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use lor republication of all utjvs dispatches credited to It or not stberwlse credited In this paper and also tbe local news published herein Entered as second class mall matter City Vear J375 3 months JL0O month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County lear 423 6 months SLTS 3 months W cents Outside the county Year 450 3 i ouths fl23 month 45 cents THE JIAKLNG OF 3LES Does military training in times ot peace inculcate patriotism teach obedience foster democracy and de velop the physical well being of youth Frederick J LIbby in the June issue of The World Tomorrow answers this question He says that the problem is a spiritual one and that no mechani ca...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 June 1918

J j i ft t I 19 tha PU ce F PageFoar ing nriinn m TfcdtnUd rLtuiit AH N TOSCHOOLDISTRICTS War Savings Committee Mails Wilsons Proclama tion to 15000 Persons WOMEN TO CANVASS Mb W T Stephenson to Di rect Intensive Stamp Sell- Campaign Friday June 28 has been designated by President Wilson as National War Savings Day The statement Issued by the President on pledge cards is as follows To the People of the United States I earnestly appeal to every man woman and child to pledge themselves on or before the 28th day of June to save constantly and to buy as regu larly as possible the securities of the Government and to do this as far as possible through membership In War Savings Societies The 28th of June ends this special period of enlistment in the great volunteer army of tion and saving here at home May there be none unenlisted on that day I therefore urge that our people everywhere pledge themselves as sug gested by Secretary of the Treasury to the practice of thrift to serve thel Gover...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 June 1918

cszz I I I f v J I -V CHILDREN PUY BALL RUINED HUMES German Paper Describes Wilderness That Teutons Advanced Through COUNTRY IS A SWAMP Communications Ouly Possi ble Over Newly Built Concrete Roads Correspondence of the Associated Press AMSTERDAM May 12 The diffi culties of the German advance over the devastated country around Armen Meres are described Jby the corre spondent of the Cologne Gazette In Armentleres there Is not a house that can be used he says the streets are In ruins It must have been evacuated a long time ago be cause there Is hardly a piece of furni ture to be seen On the western side by the worklngmans quarter lies a large new English cemetery with countless graves beautifully decked with spring flowers Over the gar dens of the neighboring village the commanding height of Kemmel peers above the Flanders plain There the battles rages fiercely We meet Eng lish prisoners and our own wounded They describe the difficulties of the flghtt above all the countless machine-g...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 June 1918

ffiPSBBliFT THE TENTH YEAR The milling license of the Boone County Milling and Elevator Company was today revoked by Herbert Hoover j United States Pood Administrator on charge of failure to comply with the ulea and regulations of the United tates Food Administration regarding prices to be charged for mill feed The mill between January 1 and ftiay 9 was accused of charging 2 a jundred for bran and 265 a hundred for shorts a by product from the mill REVOKES LICENSE OP BOONE CO JILL Hoover Takes Action Against Lrocai concern Accused of Violating Rules imiii11J TO -STOP j Bran and Shorts Said to Have bold at More Than Stipulated Price ing or wheat into flour These prices are In excess of those permitted to he charged by the rules and regulations of the Food Administration which be came effective December 25 In the case of shorts the price was imately 80 cents more than that stip ulates oy ine Food Administration Permission has been granted the milling company to apply for a re issuance...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 June 1918

I Pasa Two v Si t W S1 iSBWiaBS2fc rv Tv - - THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlisourfan Aaspclatlon Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bid Down italrs Phonei Bsilneu 63 Newi 271 National Representative Carpenter Scheerer Co Firth Avenue Bids New York Peoples Gas Bide Chicago Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not stbenvlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein Entered as second class mall natter City Tear 375 3 months 100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County Year 3SS 6 months J173 3 months 90 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents WHITE HOME BOYS Persons at home have been urged to write to the soldiers and sailors The American man is the homiest man on earth they are told He needs letters from the folks at home giving him in detail every little happening It the neighbors put down a new side walk he will b...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 June 1918

GERMAN STRATEGY AS SEEN IN LONDON Capture of Forests North of Paris Would Have Been Worth Great Sacrifice TURN OF TIDE NEAR Salutary Political Results Ex pected rrom Imperial Cabinets Meeting By K Salter LONDON June 13 There is a feel ing here that we are now very close to the turn of the tide The French counter offensive on an eight mile front haB stopped the latest thrust to ward Paris The smaller of the two claws with which Hlndenburg was going to nip off the forest region of Compiegne has been badly damaged the advance to the Marne was such a tactical success that its advantages had to be exploited The capture of the forests which protect Paris on the north would have been worth heavy sacrifices and the Germans took the obvious step in at tempting to drive a wedge to the west of them being already well established on the east French estimates of the number of divisions employed by the enemy are so high that it is possible that he has been drawn into using troops which were being...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 June 1918

w t A Faff Mt TCJHVr TOHT 3 PERSONAL NOTES Miss Grace Forbis entertained at her home 408 Hitt street this afternoon Her guests were Misses Helen Rich ards Lucile Richards Lurlene Way land Gertrude Wayland Olive Haw kins Lucy Hawkins Agnes Helbel Catherine Helbel Magdeline Helbel and Mrs Agnes Gwlnn Mrs Christcne Kreutz of Fulton was 89 years old Thursday apd In honor of the occasion a family dinner wa3 giv en for her at the home of her daugh ter Mrs H B Garver All the mem bers of the family were present in cluding Mr and Mrs Louis Kreutz and Mr and Mrs Henry Kreutz of Co lumbia Dr and Mrs E J Durand and Miss Anna Durand are spending a few weeks in Canandaigua N Y visiting Doctor Durands parents Miss Beulah Rhodes of Webster Groves is spending the week end with Miss Jane Rodgers 1318 Keiser ave nue Miss Frances Gray is spending the week end with friends near Rocheport An informal dance given at the Delta Tau Delta house last night was attended by about fwenly pouples Mrs Bella Kirkbr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 June 1918

ningham ana James R Lipscomb It was first brought in 1913 to decide the titles to the block of real estate con Tvsrtlrtr the two eamnnsM et the Tint jjL versity between University and Con- X 17 avenues Judgment was in favor p of the defendants This nroDertv wae rnnrtpfcin1 h the University several years -ago and the money given to the court to pay to the holders of the legal tiUes Thus the University has a clear- UUe to the real estate The original difficulty grew out of money left In trust In 1SS3 by Curtis Field to his daughter Lucy B Shields the wife of a former professor of Creek in the University The trustee bought this plot and later sold it The heirs cf Mrs Shields maintained that this unauthorized action was illegal and compromised the title to the prop erty These eighteen acres ofland sold for 6000 in 1S64 There are at present about fifty one houses on it When the Shields heirs first camej forward with their claim a number of quit claim deeds were obtained by the occupants ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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