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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 June 1918

w MB ft Tw W THE EVENING MISSOURIAN project has an air not only ot being so I practicable being so urgent and I I I K 2 r ii sr p I Published ererr erasing except Sunday tr The Uluinmin Assoclstlon Ineorpo rated Cttluirfbl Mo Tlrelsia Bids Down stairs Phones Easiness 65 ewi 274 Nstloasl AdrertUIae BepresentatlTe Ciryester Scbeeier Co Fifth Areone Bide new zorc reopie uas mat cnicago The Associated Press la excluslrtly ea Utled to the ose for republication ot all aews dispatches credited to It or not therwlse credited In thli paper and also the local newa published herein Holered as second class mall matter Qtr Year S375 3 IN THE FOURTH YEAR A new book by H G Wells Is al ways an event worth noting in the world of literary polemics The latest by the prolific and picturesque Englishman Is In the Fourth Year Of it the New York Times reviewer say a Mr Wells book is chiefly concerned with the idea ot a League ot Free Nations as the outcome ot the war and the surety of continued peace r th...

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. — 28 June 1918

41 w Flowerree Pauline F Flynt Lillian J Forbis Grace Beruetta Foster Melton E Fraher Genevieve J Franklin Eulah B Herrod Helen Mary Herwig Wilhelimlna Heyburn Pearl Heydon Clayton O Hibbard Edith Hicks Netta cF j - SUMMER SCHOOL DIRECTORY Below la the second Installment of the Summer Session directory con taining the names Columbia addresses and telephone numbers of students Additional Installments will be published daily in the Evening MIssourlan till the list is completed NAME ADDRESS TEL NO Doneghy Frances V 600 Rollins 685 Donoaoo Madeleine j s - 1603 Windsor 1273 White Downing Myrtle 506Turner 1053 Black Dritt Leila R 1014 University 871 Red Drum Orpha V 300 Mow 1165 Drummond Jewel 1113 paquin 1294 Red Duff Anna A 1004 Locust 1196 Green Duncan Elizabeth L 7 Price Duncan Finis A 722 Missouri 1010Green Duncan Mason Nelll 7 Price Dunham Dottie 402 Conley 1264 White Dungy Flora Jame 509 Hltt - Durbin Maggie A 603 Sanford 868 Dumin Mayme M 603 Sanford 868 Duval Hume B 605 South Fif...

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. — 28 June 1918

I f Mr and Mrs A T Atwell of Eldon motored here to attend the food con ference at the College of Agriculture Mrs J A Whitlow and children were expected here today from Jeffer son City for a visit to Mrs Elizabeth Spencer Miss Dorothy Sapp who has been Tisiting Miss Alice Bullard in Ashland for two weeks has returned home The members of the University Libra ry School went to Jefferson City yes terday They were the luncheon guests of Hugh Stephens or the Stephens Pub lishing Company - The Christian College Club will en tertain the students of the Emergency War Training School tomorrow even ing on the college campus Miss Mattie Slate is visiting uncle Price Hagan at Ashland Miss Ella V for Chicago her Edwin Moss Williams who has been Tisiting his sister Mrs John P Rhodes at Ayer Mass Teturned home this afternoon Mrs Rhodes wife of Captain Rhodes of Camp Devens at Ayer will arrive tonight to visit her father Dean Walter Williams Mr and Mrs Hugh Wilkinson of Co lumbia left today for a we...

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. — 29 June 1918

h m 1Mb i TENTH YEAR B1GHW1KL1 f Total of 5650 Pledged at Aiternoon mass meeting - at Methodist Church WOMEN AT BANKS Effective Workj Done in County by Some Indi vidual Campaigners A total ot J5650 in War Savings stamos was pledged yesterday after noon at the masi meeting held at the Methodist Church The results ot the meeting according to Mrs Rosa Ingels chairman were entirely satis factory to the womens committee and they feel certain although many re ports are still out that there is no danger of Boone CoiJhty falling below Its quota The house-to-house can vassing committee reported a total of 8513 Thfl ronnrt fmm Hallaville was turned In this morning announcing a 1 total Bale of 914165 Tho Columbia High School Cresset has subscribed 120 in stamps Some commendable campaigning by individuals hasbeen done in the last two or three days James- W wabe went from Columbia alone to a meeting held last night at the Sapp schoolhouse south of Columbia and sold more than 6000 worth of stamps...

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. — 29 June 1918

jMMBflHIHHHHHlKBM2ELSHBiHBfiHMlHHBHMMHHHHBHHflK3SMSVV3 Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN PublUbed every evening except Sunday by The Mlasoarlan Association Incorpo reted Columbia Mo Virginia Bldg Down talrs Phones Business KS News 274 National Advertising Representative Carpentcr Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Bide New York Teoples Gas Bide- Chicago The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news 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 J373 3 months 100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County Year J35 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents Outside tbe county Year 1150 3 months 125 month 45 cents G0LDEX WHEAT The wheat fields of Missouri gleam yellow In the sunlight The long undulating waves of grain shimmer In the afternoon winds Some of the wheat Is already in the shock qut and ready to thresh Even the fields where the wheat is cut are g...

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. — 29 June 1918

p I 0MMTRSCHOOL DIRECTORY TniRD INSTALLMENT KAME ADDRESS TEL NO jCenward Nellie 1207 Paquiu 1143 White jCerr James R 517 Hitt 362 Hess Pauline 706 Missouri 837 White Hllam David Chenoweth 1205 Broadway 962 Greenl King Helen E 100 Stewart ltd 417 fk J II 211 Price rtley Alice B 110 norsey 7C9 Black flBtehens Nellie M i 500 South Fifth 75 JKIeW Lueiie M - 716 Maryland C92 Redl fyaepber Mary Anne 1014 University 871 Red UCnoebel Amelia J 212 South Fifth 935 White vKoslesky Isadore Dewey Ivry Hall 7S4 Black Kreienkamp Lydla M 508 South Ninth 904 Landis Lula 1002 University 1236 Green Lankford Jennie C 1004 University 12S5 Black Lansing Mary 300 College 870 Lappin Valeria P 1113 Paquin v 1294 Red Lappin John C 1113 Paquin 194 Kd ILarsen Recil R 4 1115 Unlversity 77ft Lauman Grace L 708 Missouri 937 Green Law Viola V C02 Locust 523 White Laws Lucy R Christian Collese 44 Red Lefhaly W Rothwell 305 South Sixth 1252 Whits Leopard Buel 704 Maryland 615 Llghtfoot Hester 703 Missouri 525 Green ...

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. — 29 June 1918

I jay m w i IB Ef W3 1 tic- i fcL EEr Ik fc - Page Four FACULTYTEAM GOES TO HEAD OF CLASS Victory Over Business Bene dicts Puts Teachers at Top of League RED CROSS GETS 13 Soldiers Root Vigorously for Losing Nine Score of - Seven Innings 8 to 4 Kb Twilight League Standing W W L Pet k Fcculty 2 1 666 I Business Bachepora 1 1 500 b r Soldiers 1 1 500 - Students 1 1 -500 Hf Business Benedicts 1 2 333 5 m fc Business men are supposed to be good at figures but theFaculty proved to be more adept at addition and counted 8 to the Business Benedicts 4 last nighton Rollins Field in the sixth contest of the Twilight League The largest collection taken up at any of the games 1321 was given to the Red Cross The game was a very quiet affair until the third In ning when the soldiers anxious to get their moneys worth found it necessary to criticise Umpire Vogt when Renie was tagged in the dirt at third base From then on the game was played to the accompaniment of thunder from the heavens and advice...

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. — 1 July 1918

r e mm' I I J p y p I VI ji Columbia evshiug liissouriah , july-dec. i9is . -8BK P; t MEMBER Ofr THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, - " ., ' " , ' -'1sQS$ If "TENTH YEAR . COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 1,1918. 4055 NUMBER 246 Ift V '-J OOFS SEVEBE l-i - 1fight over iqicent pin V ,,,' ' i1ffof ft mnuflnr ill nniiimi aSS!.?.tarBt'of RRfNra TRM 7 TN mTTPT For Columbia an Ticimtv, Fair rLULnHLbUninULUr .4Bf flfflflhh N N j.M.-7irc,r t . " tw liiinr ounTnin iinnrn:?32J Corn and Oats Beaten Down in Deer Park Neigh- Dornooa. "J PHONE LINES SUFFER x. lirops guinea on oomeT arms Is in Area Two Miles :4' Square. Heavy damage was done by a severe rain, hail and wind storm that cut a swath about two -miles wide across a part of S&uthcrn Boone County Satur day night. Investigation today indi icated that the loss would run into tthou'sands of dollars. Corn and oats, especially the latter, were damaged on fjnany farms. The corn in some cases laaj c. mam- u crup, uui me oais in , the path cf the ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 July 1918

Page Tno THE EYEITCJfQ MISSOURIAN, 3I0ADAY, JULY'l, 191S. . & THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by The Missourian Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldg. Down stairs. Phones: Business, 55; hews, 274. National Advertising Ilepresentatlve: Carptnter-Scbeerer Co., 'lftb Avenue llldg.. New l'ork; Peoples Gas Bide, Chicago. Tie Associated Press is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all uews dispatches credited to it or cot stherulse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. HIS MOTHER SPEAKS Entered as second-class mall matter. City: l'ear, $3.75; 3 months, 1.00; mouth, 40 cents; copy, 2 centa. By mall in Boone County; lear, &U&; 6 months, IL75; 3 mouths, IAJ cents. Outside the county: lear, SUM; 3 months, fl6; month, 15 cents. THE GENTLE AKT OF CHEWLNG "Oyez! Oyez! all yo people hasten to the marketplace and gaze upon the marvel of the age, a person who does not chew gum." Such an announce ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 July 1918

THE ETEATKG MISSOOTtLVy, MOM) AY, JULY 1, 191S. Ifr SUMMER SCHOOL DIRECTORY FOURTH A'D LAST INSTALLMENT NAME ADDRESS TEL. NO. Kiddle, Charley Franklin 712 Providence k 833 Kiddle, Mrs. Elsie Campbell Itftterman, Henry Lowry Hall ... 784 Black Roberts, Ethel .Marie .. Box 157 530 Roberts, Samuel Jennings . . Robinson, Belle Hope 1010 Walnut 454 White Robinson, Edith 1205 Broadway 962 Green Rollins, Ruth 510 Rollins .;.... 248 Rose, Irvina 610 Range Line 796 Black A - Wa A 4bvO 104 Glenwood 1319 616 College 764 M v A assa jZq 1205 East Broadway 962 Green Ross, Arfscl A. Ross, Virginia .... Rufcey, Wm. ....'.. Russell, Fred S. . . . Ryan, Margaret C. Sailor, Nellie Viola Salmon, Arlie Margeret 210 Cousins Sandison, Elizabeth 614 West Broadway Saucier, Mabel 602 Conley Savage, David Jackson Y. M. C. A Sawyer Blanche ...t 716 Maryland .. 605 Sanford 584 Green 543 1362 White 223 ... 692 Red Schemmcr, Henry E. Y. M. C. A 223 Schmidt, Herbert IL Parker Hospital 218 Schnabel, Kenneth R. Y. M...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 July 1918

j- r 'iav Pago Four THE EVENING MISS0UBL1N, 3I0NDAY, JULT 1, 191S. I TO Practically Every City in United Kingdom Will Have a Program. KING AT BALL GAME George Will Pitch First Ball in Contest Between Army and Navy. LONDON, July 1. In no place in the world will the Fourth of July be celebrated with more vigor, more en thusiasm, than in Great Britain. It will not be confined to London. There Is scarcely a .city in England, Scotland and Wales that will not have a muni- cipal program. .As Major Ian Hay Beith, of the British Ministry of In formation, wrote Major General Bld dleat London A. E. F. Headquarters, it is the intention of the British peo ple to adopt the Fourth as an Anglo Saxon festival. Among provincial cities that have already applied for detachments of Yanks on the Fourth are Bristol, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester and Southampton. It is the plan to cen ter celebrations about these men of the -A. E. F. A holiday has been grant ed all Yanks in Britain, and General Biddle has a...

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. — 2 July 1918

put ft"1. -"( -V . THE EVENING SOURIAN N MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rJs TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1918. NUMBER 247 n ucts you Our our nery 1 to FOLK SFE B HE . HECKLED BY BOGGS t1" Wilfley Campaign Manager Interrupts, ana uenerai Uproar Follows. TELEGRAM STARTS IT Boggs Asks Whether Former Governor Believes Oppon 4 ent Is Disloyal. J. E. Boggs, mayor of Columbia, and state manager o the Wilfley campaign, heckled Joseph W. Folk, candidate for United States senator, while the lat ter was arraigning Wilfley In his speech this afternoon at the Boone County Courthouse. The Circuit Court room was packed. Folk had just completed reading a telegram, sent shortly before the en trance of the United States into the war, by his opponent, Wilfley, and others, to the President. Among oth er things, the telegram said: "You certainly are familiar with many things about the situation that we cannot know, but as far as we can see, the aggression of Germany and that o...

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. — 2 July 1918

Xv.-Wf' - j Page Tito THE EVENING MJSSOUBIAN, TUE3 DATy JULY g, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sundsy by The Missoarlan Association, Incorpo- rarea, loiamoia, aio. Virginia mag. Down stairs. Phones: Business, S3; News, 174. National Advertising Representative: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Bide, New York; Peoples Gas Bids. Chicago. Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dlspatcbes credited to It or not stberwlse credited In tbls paper and also tbe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. ! X'An T. 9 mAnttt ll M month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents, By mall In Boone County; lear, &23; 6 months, 11.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside the county: Year, SUM); 3 months, $L25; month, 43 cents. FOLK OR WILFLEY? WHY NOMINATE WILFLEY Xenophon P. Wilfley, candidate for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate, Is a man of strong convictions and with no apolo gies for those conv...

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. — 2 July 1918

).00 LOG .00 - - w - w ., . . W UM.A. a VhM u. I L TOAC W. Sargent Gage Vvrartime Scenes Pictures Likens Thames to Perche Creek. AIR RAID AFTERMATH Was One of Sailors Who Acted as Pallbearers for American Woman. Life in London during wartime is pictured by W. Sargent Gage, a Co lumbia boy in the radio service of the Navy, in letters recently received ty his family here. Gage is a son of W. B. Gage of 302 College avenue and a former student in journalism here. He is now a telegrapher stationed at the headquarters of Vice-Admiral Sims in London. Under date of June 2 he wrote: "Yesterday I had the privilege of acting as pallbearer at the most unique funeral I ever heard of. An aged American lady, inventress, "war worker and a victim of the huns' last air raid. Her soul's desire has been to get back to the United States, but unwilling to give up her work until IV. Sargent Gage, the Germans were whipped, was killed from the shock of a bomb which fell near her home. On her death bed, she ...

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. — 2 July 1918

iwyomiiiirriii iTrrmrri r-w i- v tTy-SEx - ' . THE EVEKEiG 3D8S0UMA5, TUE3 DAY, JULY 2, 191S. Page Four jrvis"'" CLOTH FBOM GEBMA5 PLA3E Colombian Becfelres Sonienlr From Battle Front Did yon ever see a piece of real German Camouflage from an honest- to-goodness German airplane? MIJ Esther Cook of the Historical Library has Just received a piece of linen cloth about 7 by 5 inches in size which came from one of the wings of a Ger man plane which was downed by the British in France. The plane had reached an altitude of 15,000 feet when It was brought down as the cul mination of an all-night battle. , Francis E. Sultzman, a former stu dent in the School of Medicine, from Hannibal, sent the cloth to Miss Cook. Sultzman is, now with a- medical unit In the British army and was a mem ber of the party that downed the plane behind their lines. His description of going to sleep the night of the air attack to the lullabies of the big guns and the occasional crash of an unfor tunate plane was v...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 July 1918

i. ? THE TENTH YEAR FRENCH IN ATTACK -German Assault in Vaux Region Repulsed Other linorts Jf an. . 220 MADE CAPTIVES Teutons Recapture Ground . Taken by British North of Albert. Bj Associated l'ress. PARIS. July 3. French troops last zlght attacked the German positions on a front of three kilometers north of Moulin-sous-Toutvent and Im proved their positions. West of Chateau Thierry on the Marne front the Germans counter- at- f tacked In the region of Vaux, but were checked by the- French fire. N Other German attempts to advance north of Moncel and In Upper-Alsace were wlth- . out resun. In the attempt on the Moulin-sous- Toutvent front, the French troops .penetrated the German positions to a depth of 800 meters. So far the num- Der of Germans taken prisoner is 220. LONDON, July 3. German troops last night, after heavy preparatory shelling, attacked and recaptured the greater part of the ground taken by the British In their local operation near Bouzoncourt, north of Albert, Sunday ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 July 1918

r&&z '&&'' t5 fKf jr THE EVENDfG JQSSOBBIAJT, TTEDSESDAT, JULY 3, 1918. E age Ttto ,vWT p V THE EVENING MISSOURLAN Published every evening exctjt Sunday by The Mlsso-urlsn Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Blig. Down stairs. Phones: Business, 55; News, 174. National Advertising Bepresentative: CarpenterScheerer Co., Fifth Avenue BUS-, New Xork; Peoples Gil Bide, Chicago. The Associated Presi ii exclusively eu- Htii ha nam fnr rnnbll t! nn rtf all UIICU fcw H w .......--.. - -.... .it-.......Ka mu4iaH Ifr or lint . stnerwlse credited In this paper and alio me local sens iiuuusucu ucinu Entered aa second-claic mall matter. Uty: lear. J3.75; 3 months, $1.00; uiouui, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. 7 mall in liuune County; lear, ?KJ; 6 mouths, tl.13; 3 mouths, tiu cents. Outside the couuiy: itar, t-au; a uiuuius, j muutu, 43 cents.' 1VHEKE AGELS FEAU Tho carping criticism ol Mayor James E. Boggs for his interruption ot a speech by a distinguished lormer governo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 July 1918

m fc tlfc' i . rage inxea, . m THE EYEKKGlOSSOUBIAy, TOPS ESP AY, JPLT 3, 1918. WHY OUR NEWSPAPER MEN " SHOULD LEARN OF CHINA The following essay, by Tom Blackburn, was ranied as second In the J. B. Powell $50 prize contest, open, to . JonrnallsHi studenU, for the best es. say on the need of a special knowledge of China, and of the problesu of Uie ratine ju geuciju,.j Aittcncau aewspaper Ben. . A tlesv American newspaper men Jjave not thought often or hard about China. That the United States has definitely announced herself as a world power is so new a fact that editors have not foreseen yet what problems and pos sibilities it will lead to. The new American policy will have to provide for expansion of home energies In the future. China, perhaps, offers the most fertile field now undertaken. The world until lately ..saw no ad vantage in prying Into a merely ro- $2 mantle country, full of, queer oddl- China has decided In the last eighteen years, however, to .reveal her . vast trade p...

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. — 3 July 1918

?f" . t " -- THE EYET'G JOSSOUBIAJT, WEDS ESDAY. JULY 8, 1918. Page Foot WUg3g&r? 4 : x L . ILL OPEN SEPT. 3 U. S. Hall Will Coach Boys for West Point and Annapolis. DIRECTORS ELECTED Enterprise Financed $5,000 Stock Company 100 Students Expected. by The U. S. Hall West Point-Annapolis Coaching School, Columbia's newest educational enterprise, will open Sep tember 3 and continue in session till the April examinations for the mill tary and naval academies. The pur pose of the school is to coach ioys who have received appointment to ci ther of these schools, so that they will be able to pass the mental exam inations. They are also given mili tary drill. A $5,000 stock company has been formed in Columbia to finance the school. There are 200,shares In the company, at $25 each. At a meeting at the Commercial Club rooms last night of men representing 121 shares, the following directors of the school were elected: L A. Barth, S. P. Con- ley, W. B. Nowell, Jr., A. G. Spencer and U. S. H...

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. — 5 July 1918

A S&SS THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1918. NUMBER 249 - ki . lit: l JULY FOURTH FETE ATTENDEDJY 2,000 Safe and Sane Community Celebration on Univer sity Campus. ALL JOIN IN SONGS Exercises Reflect Deepened Significance of Indepen; dence Day.' About two thouaand people attended the Bafe-and-sane community celebra tion of the Fourth held last night on the Unhersky Campus. There were no cannon crackers, no spluttering torpedoes, no boisterous ccnduct no red lemonade, no maimed bands, no -tetanus and no blinded eyes. Everybody sang. The chorus start ed ''It's a Long, Long Trail," and then the orchestra circle passed it on s(ULi. t0 tlie rear' and the volume BWHed as u reauueu iuc ouiuicia way uacK. Ai the Columns, and these, at. the trail's beginning, stood at attention and dreamed of its" end. , Spectators said tbat never before had the citizens of Columbia taken such whole-hearted iuterest in a mu sic...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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