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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 June 1918

I inn f HPT Page Tito - gr THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 9 tf Published erery erening except Strada by The Mlssourlan Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bid Down Hairs Phones Business S3 News 2T4 National Advertising Representative Carpenter Scheerer Co Klftb Avenue Bid New York Peoples Gas Bids Chicago Toe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use Xor republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not sthenrlse credited in tills paper and also tbe local news puolisnea nerem Entered as second class mall matter City lear J375 3 months i 00 month 40 cents opy 2 cents By mall In Boone County lear J3Ji 6 months J170 3 mouths W cents Outside the county iear 430 3 months U3 mouth 43 cents THE PEACE OF GOD The peace of God which passeth all understanding The cry o the world now la for peace Mankind has become sickened ut the slaughter of humanity and we are realizing that continued warfare shakes the foundations of civilization that the soldier bf years of fighting ...

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. — 22 June 1918

II 77 4 ii ft I I i m SOLDIERS OVER TOP II TWILIGHT The lineup BENEDICTS Kenle 3b Estes 2b Catron lb Pickett c Stephenson rf Vandlver p Morris ss Hill If Bowling cf Score by innings GUI SOLDIERS Dennis 3b Archerss Norman 2b Parks lb Kennett If Mollenkamp ct Wagner rf Christie c Hamilton p Martin p Soldiers 4 0 012 2 0 Benedicts 0 2 3 0 0 10 R H 9 8 6 5 Hits Off Vandlver 4 off Estes 4 off Hamilton 4 off Martin 1 Three- base hit Pickett Two base hits Soldiers Parks Mollenkamp Hamil ton Benedicts Catron Vaughn Sing gles Soldiers Dennts NonnanParks Wagner 2 Benedicts Stephenson Vandlver As Fnlton Sees Onr Baseball Columbia has organized a series of baseball games between the business bachelors and the business benedicts Favor seems to have gone to the lde of the benedicts for they ought 10 be the best fighters yet there might be some verbal contest for victory as tbe name of one of the bachelors Is Quarrels Fulton Gazette naUsTllle Couple to Wed A marriage license was issued yes jfrfay ...

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. — 22 June 1918

r it i f f E I w if i t tit Wr mm urges Not So Hard as Supposed Says Former University of Missouri Professor OF PRACTICAL VALUE Americans Need to Know the Language for Com mercial Purposes Dr Glen Levin Swiggett of the staff of the United States Bureau of Education whose views on the study of Russian are quoted in the following Associated Press article was acting professor of German at the University of Missouri in 1902 3 By Associated Press WASHINGTON June 22 Why not learn Russian It isnt nearly so dif ficult as is popularly supposed and America needs for the war today and the commercial reconstruction after the war a large number of intelligent citizens who can use tho language Question suggestion and patriotic reasoning are made on the responsi bility of the United States Bureau of Education on the staff of which Dr Glen Levin Swiggett has been conduct ing expert investigation into the pos sibility of equipping larger numbers of Americans with languages and in formation that will...

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. — 24 June 1918

J Ml I I BE HUNG I1QQRS Relic Being Taken Down From Rail Between Courthouse Columns WILL HANG IN DOME Presented to Countv by Judge J C Gillespy Has Had Notable Career The historic bell from the old Boone Count Courthouse which has hung for tiro months from a steel beam resembling a railroad rail be tween the two center columns of the old courthouse is being removed from that position to a permanent one in the dome of the new courthouse General dissatisfaction had been ex pressed at the action of the County Court in placing the bell between the Columns and particularly at the leaving of the scaffolding which was used to erect the bell The bell was presented to the County Court by Judge J a Gillespy who bought it from J K Fyfer son of J T Fyfer who bought- the old courthouse Judge Gillespy rang the tell fifty two years ago as deputy sheriff The committee appointed by the court for the disposition of the bell was composed of X T Gentry E W Stephens C B Sebastian C B Rol lins and Frank ...

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. — 24 June 1918

p K i r t Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN fabUsbed ererjr rrenlof except Epndaj j Itie AEMcmrUn Atjpclnloa Incorpo rates uojqbuiu aio vucuua tuag jjgwo ulra Pbose Biuiseu Si Xtewi 271 JSaUoal Adrertlsior Jiepreaenttdre Criiei ScLeertr Co j lfth Afeuuc lljd Af ltirJc Peoples iu Bide Ctilcage ate AsodateI Pre U exjJaalTeJj en titled to tlie uc lor republication ul all icm Hijtit czedlfejd l0 C uut lLenrie ireuiied In tin paper aau alao Uie local oe I putillalied ierela tuttreU as cuad cla mall marw Otj Xar 70 3 monUu U iirjuui 40 uu cup - cent it iulU Iu liwue Cviuil leu tZbl 6 tuusou I i 3 luwiuu vu ceau Uutiide u iwuuljr lear t 3 JuouUia L2S iUtfUUl IS Mil TJIE STATE FAIR The prime object of the 1818 MIs bourl State Fair Is To make the enormous natural manufacturing and agricultural resources of the common wealth of Missouri full eSectne In the peoples serrice In winning the war This quotation is taken from the premium list of the Missouri State Fair to be held at Sedalia Au gust 10...

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. — 24 June 1918

I i N Mfr M SCHOOLTEACHER ROOKIES LEARNING SQUADS RIGHT Conpanee fall In Three and forty men slide off the steps of the Commerce Bunding and scramble tor their appointed positions on the grantoid pavement These are the men of the Summer School drill company who are neither sol diers nor cadets but mostly school teachers who are either prospective soldiers or who are preparing to drill prospective soldiers next winter and who have the opportunity only by reason of the warlike atmosphere of all University training in these strenuous times and the consideration of Major Wallace Craigie commandant of the Reserve Officers Training Corps of the regular session Although the Government expects such training only during nine months and from the underclassmen these schoolteachers expect to show that they can execute commands in as snappy a manner as the more active material of the regular session Early DrilL One two three Four one two three four the raucous boom of the guide disturbs the quie...

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. — 24 June 1918

i After School Most people when they quit school quit study for the rest of their lives Never again do they make a serious attempt to acquire any form of educa tion except what they can pick up in their daily work They learn what they are told by their foremen man agers of the business and their fellow workmen But they do not make a consistent attempt to fit themselves for bigger Jobs Every person ought to be fitting himself for some bigger - job or at the least for better command of his own job This may or may not call for tjie study of books In most lines there are words of scientific and technical information that give the result of a great deal of past experi ence Many of these Ideas are known to every shop but no one manager or foreman knows more than a fraction of them The man who wants to rise will be seeking information from all sources available If every mechanic would only give one evening a week to the study of works of technical in n EvRfcLy youre on your way to IF Healt...

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. — 25 June 1918

II SCHOOLS President Hill Tells How Nation Prepared Minds of the People THE STATE OVER ALL Hatred of Other Countries Instilled Into Pupils Technical Training We do not fight and hate the Ger man people as Individuals but as a German system said President A Boss Hill speaking on How the Schools of Germany Prepared lor War this morning- at the opening convocation of the Summer Session in the University Auditorium What we mean when we say we are not fighting theGerman people is that we are not fighting the kindly spirited In dividual German as we have all known him but the blood thirsty cruel hearted spirit of the Germans acting as a whole It is easier for us to understand said President Hill how Germany can celebrate the sinking of the Lnsitania or the invading of Belgium when we consider that in all the schools and universities of Germany the students are taught over and over again that the center of authority the sanction of what is right or wrong all moral Judgment Is that of the S...

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. — 25 June 1918

e 4 i t Fuse Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN PublUbed erery evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan AasocUtlon Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia BldR Down stairs Fbonei Business C5 Newt 174 New York AdvertlalnK Scbeerer Co F EeDresenUtlre National Carpenter Fifth Avenue Bide Peoples Gas Bids Chicago Tbe Associated Press Is eiclualveljr en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches Credited to It or not tLerwlse credited In tbls paper and also tbe local news published herein Entered as eecond cIass mall matter City Year S375 3 months 1100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County Year 33 6 months J 175 3 months DO cents untsiae ine county Year 150 3 months 1125 month 45 cents WILL WIN AGAIN Nothing wins like success Alter all Is said morale is only the spirit or success It la the belief that we are winning or that we are going to win later on that gives the courage to undergo the hardships of the day War manufactures are well under headway Our great draft army h...

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. — 25 June 1918

V BY TEACHERS DEFEATED BUI IE Bachelors Prove Superior to Profs in Fourth Twi light Contest VOGT PITCHES WELL Fast Ball Hard to Hit in the Semi Darkness Score 4 to 3 The League Standing W L Soldiers 1 0 Business Benedicts 1 1 Business Bachelors 1 1 Faculty 1 1 Students 0 1 Pet 1000 500 500 500 000 After dropping one to the Business Benedicts the Bachelors came back strong in the clash with the Profs last evening and hurried home with the heavy end of a 4 to 3 score The game was played on a dark and cloudy field and the studious teachers were unable to connect with the fast ones as were the young blithesome men who have no home or class room troubles Last nights game pushed the Profs down a notch and leaves the Soldiers leading the league Because of the threatening rain the crowd was not large Only seventy five saw the game The women were brave and had their 50 50 quota ac counted for Vogt pitched some real ball for the Bachelors His fast ball in the semi darkness worked like a charm...

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. — 25 June 1918

Page Four I PERSONAL NOTES j i Mr and Mrs W D Morris former ly of the Ashland neighborhood and now living at 608 North Third street celebrated their golden wedding anni versary Sunday at their home About forty relatives and friends were pres ent Ice Cream Social at Harg Thursdaj An ice cream social will be given at Harg Thursday night for the bene fit of W C T U and Red Cross work Mrs P J Mitchell of Rocheport re turned last night from an extended visit to her sister Mrs E T Smith at Los Angeles Cal Miss Florence Potter went to Pal myra today to visit Miss Jeanette How ard She will return Sunday night Mrs Mollie Newton of Paris Mo is visiting her daughter Mrs H B Goetz at the Dumas Apartments Miss Frances Gray left yesterday for Hollister to attend the ten day Y W C A convention there Mrs Hattie Crockett went to Cen tralia this morning Miss Lillian Hart daughter of the Rev Madison A Hart is the guest of Miss Mary Barks In Mexico Miss Norma Toalson who has been here visiting her aunt...

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. — 26 June 1918

4- r h I i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR HOOVER IS OPPOSED TO 0 RATIONING His Heart Is Set on Volun tary System J W Hallo well an Assistant Says FOOD OUTLOOK GOOD County Administrators Hear Address Explaining Work of Organization The way In which he organized the Food Administration In a short time and has kept the Allies and this coun try in food despite great odds has proved that Herbert Hoover federal food administrator and the savior of Belgium is one of the biggest men the world has seen J W Hallowell in charge of states relations of the United States Food Administration de clared last night In an address to the county food administrators In conven tion here The training of Mr- Hoover from boyhood put him in a class by himself to solve these problems air Hallowell said When the war broke out he was in London as a mining engineer Thousands of Americans were strand ed in Europe Mr Hoover immediate ly took charge of getting these Amer icans home and so successfully did he do i...

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. — 26 June 1918

iiSe L Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Publlihed every evening except Sunday na bj The Missouri n Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia mag uown italrs Phones Buslnen SS Newt S7i National Advertising Bepresentatlre Carpenter Scbeerer Co Filth Avenue Bldg New York Peoples Gas Bide Chicago The Associated Press is exclusively en titled to the nse Xor republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not ttberwlse credited in his paper and also the local news puDiisnea nereio Entered as second class mall matter Cltj Year J375 3 months L00 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County Year 3JS 6 months J 175 3 months 80 cents Ontslde the county Year fl0 3 months L25 mouth 45 cents SOLDIERS WELFARE A thousand dollar soldiers enter tainment fund has been raised In Co- lurabla You may have given a dollar but that doesnt release you from further giving One of the best methods of soldiers welfare work i3 to have two or more of the men in training at your home for Sunday di...

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. — 26 June 1918

I I THE MABDiES It surprises nobody who Is familiar with their history that the United States Marines are giving a good ac count of themselves in France They have done nothing less since the first establishment of a military service in the United States And it Is a fact probably surprising to millions of people in the country that the marines constitute the oldest branch of that service This branch is older even than the Republic itself for its or ganization antedates the foundation of the nation upon its present basis In short the Marine Corps is the out come of a resolution adopted by the Continental Congress in November 1775 some months before the signing of the Declaration of Independence The corps was formed of course on the model of the British Marine Corps the first authentic record of which in America bears the date of 1740 In that year three regiments of marines were organized in New York for serv ice under the British flag the home government considering native Ameri cans ...

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. — 26 June 1918

m r t Page Four SOLDIERS BARRACKS CANTEEN Cigars Candy and Soft Drinks Sold in Basement of Rothwell Gymnasium TAKE OUT INSURANCE War School Will Be 100 Per Cent Protected Cap tain Yant bays A canteen was established day in the basement of the RothTell Barracks by the soldiers of the War School The soldiers may buy cigars cigarettes candy gum pop and other drinks and confections The profit from the canteen Is spent by a council of the officers for articles to be used for the entertainment and amusement of the company such as baseballs bats and other sporting goods Also the company office Is furnished with typewriters and stationery from this Fource Two hundred of the soldiers are now quartered on mattresses In the Ilothwell Barracks The rest of the men have homes at ijatnrop Jiaii Head Hall and the Y M C A The uniforms are expected the last of the week Officers Arrive Captain W E Yant commandant is now assisted by First Lieutenant Frederick Stults in command of Com pany A First Lieut...

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. — 27 June 1918

Sgpapr TENTH YEAR DRAFT DRAWING HELD AT CAPITAL TODAY 246 First Number in Lottery to Fix Order of Class of 19181 LIKE LAST YEARS Secretary Baker Blindfolded Draws First Capsule From Glass Bowl By Associated Press WASHINGTON June 27 The draw ing of numbers to determine the order in which youths of the Class of 191S will be called into military service was conducted here today with much the same ceremony which marked the great drawing a year ago It was a comparatively small affair and in view of the fact that the classification sys tem more nearly determines the order of service than does the actual numer ical order the drawing was not so dramatic Baker Draws First Number The drawing was held in the con ference room of the Senate office build ing Secretary Baker blindfolded drew the first gelatine capsule with a number enclosed from the glass bowl The number was 246 1168 and 818 were the second and third numbers respectively and thus the drawing continued until the end The numbers wer...

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. — 27 June 1918

I J Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published eTerj evening except Sunday by Tne Mlssourlan Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bids Down italra Phones Business S3 News 274 National Advertising BeDresentatWe Carpenter Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Bids New lork i eopies uas mac Lnicasa The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of alt news dispatches credited to It or not stberwlse credited In this paper and also the local Dews published herein Entered as second class mall matter Cltjr Year 375 3 months 100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County lear 3 23 6 months fl75 3 mouths 00 cents Outside the touuty lear fiM 3 months 125 month 45 cents THE AUJOUKNJIEVr OF POLITICS Wo must confess to a failure to be come excited over the race for the democratic nomination or United States Senator or oier tne campaign for the democratic nomination for con gressman from this district We dili gently read the Republic and we trust with some profit ...

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. — 27 June 1918

i rm4 SUMMER SCHOOL DIRECTORY Below Is the first installment of the Summer Session directory con taining the names Columbia addresses and telephone numbers of students Additional Installments will be published dally in the Evening Missourian till the list is completed NAMED ADDRESS TELNO Adler Regina H 713 Missouri 665 Abbott Vera May -13 Missouri 665 Agee Eugene F 508 South Nlnth m Albrecht William A 1315 Rosemary 964 Alexander Lindsay L 105 crth Glenwood Allen Gertrude R F D 5 339 White Allen Laura F 103 West Broadway 1397 Green Allen Louise F IO02 University i ns Rrn Altheuser Lillian 1310 Rosemary 571 White tai iiAinnri - ocuau coc college 75 Anderson Blanche 7154 Missouri 761 Gren Anderson Mrs Ethel D 50s South Ninth qni Anderson Frank O Lathrop Hall iss Red Appimg ura m t05 Sanford 53J Green - -ill Hltt 163 Armstrong Wilmer Kendall v m C A -3 Aselmeyer Alfred J 515 SouUi Fifth VVVV 1303 White Auuman taim n Keiser 1254 Black labb Theresa -510 Hockaday 1203 Red Bagby Hazel B 71-...

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. — 27 June 1918

I ST Page Four CONFUSION IRKS TWILIGHTJALL GAME President Miller Says Here after Spectators Must Stay in Stand STUDENTS WIN 6 5 Soldiers Defeated in Well Played Contest All Teams Now Tied The League Standing W L Business Benedicts 1 1 Business Bachelors 1 1 Faculty 1 1 Soldiers 1 1 Students 1 1 Pet 500 500 500 500 500 In a game of much confusion and loud conversation mixed in with a good brand of baseball the Summer School students defeated the soldier team by the score of G to 5 on Rollins Field last night It was an interest ing evenly matched game In the first half of every inning the soldiers would take a lead or hold their own only to have the students come back in their half and tie things up again Stoy of the students pitched a good steady game with plenty of control not forgetting to smile when things were bright for the other side Zeigler at first played well and was the best liatsman the students had His slide to third on one knee in the sixth in ning was one of the humorou...

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. — 28 June 1918

i i rn 1 w w THE TENTH YEAR TI QUOTA UG COMPLETION Outlook Was Bright This Afternoon for Pledging of Whole Amount CROP OUTLOOK HELPS 60000 Represented in June 1000 Club Women Work at Banks SAVINGS STAMPS W B Nowell Jr chairman of the June War Savings Committee said to day that he believed the full War Sav ings stamp quota for Boone County would be pledged today as the result of the efforts of hundreds of zealous committee members At noon today the June War Sav ings Committee reported 00000 in the 1000 Patriotic Club in pledges from the womens committee 6985 and from the mens committee 30000 At the beginning of the month of June the amount of the quota to be raised was 200000 The completed report from Columbia at noon leaves 103015 of this amount to be raised with Cen tralia Rocheport Hallsville Sturgeon and ninety seven school districts un reported The War Savings Committee is con fident that the quota will be over subscribed in many districts on ac count of the favorable prospects ...

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