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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 April 1917

m THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1917. NUMBER 199' V , SAYS WHEAT MARKET WILL FALL 90 CENTS W. T. Anderson of Boone County Milling Company Predicts Lower Prices. CROPS TO BE LARGE Housekeepers are Advised Not to Buy Large Quanti ties of Foodstuffs. July wheat will be SO cents lower and September wheat 90 cents low er than wheat on the market today. Flour begins to deteriorate after being kept more than a year. Present indications are that there will be a plentiful supply of flour on the market at all times. Missouri farmers are planting a 13 per cent larger acreage of wheat this year. These are the facts W. T. Ander son, president of the Boone County Milling Company, put before a Co lumbia housekeeper when she told him she wished to invest $100 in flour in anticiuation of the expected high prices accompanying the war. This amount would purchase eight bar rels, or 1,000 pounds of flour, which would have meant a three-year supply for the...

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. — 24 April 1917

r Vy?BPw-'H s '" " v- X j ., -.-. ,js w ffleS K WaS ST Page Twe " K. - .. , . - '" " t THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, TUESDA T EYEJiDfG, APBIL 24, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIANwhIch the Un,ted states is flrmly built. Fubllsbrd every errnlnff (rzcrpt Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The MUooarlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address nil communications to THE DAILY SIISSOUIUAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virglnin Building, Downstairs Phones: Business. 35; News. 274. Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, Mo as heeond-cluss mall. CUt: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $1.00; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall in Boone Couuty: Year. ?3 00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 mouths. $1.20: month. 40 cents. National Advertising nepreseatntlyes Carpcnter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Bui d lug. New York; Peoples Gas Bulldli.j. Chi cago. KEEI'IXfi 0UK SOCIAL REF0KMS The severest test of this country's progress along social reform lines will he made ...

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. — 24 April 1917

S 'V, jT THE JAELY MISSOPBUN, TUESDAY ETEXIXG, APRIL 21, 1917. KANSAS WINS DEBATE F ROI MISSOURI ;m Winners Declare Canadian Strike Law Unsound and Impracticable. M.U. UPHOLDS PUBLIC Suddarth, Gabelman and Hurwitz Say Citizens' Welfare Is First. Kansas was victorious over Mis souri in their annual debate in the University Auditorium last night by a 2 to 1 decision. The question under discussion was: "Resolved, that the principle of compulsory investigation of industrial disputes as embodied in the Canadian Compulsory Investiga tion Act should be adopted by the Con gress of the United States constitu tionally waived." The University of Kansas was rep resented by Charles Dewey, Alfred Richmond and H. Merle Smith. The University of Missouri debaters were Fred Suddarth, Fred Gabelman and Bernard Hurwitz. The opening speech of the affirma- tive, given by Suddarth of Missouri, and the entire affirmative arguments were based upon the three principles: first, at present we have no effective...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 April 1917

S. it Er Page Foht , . M W STUDENTS TO GIYE THREE PLATS R4 T5E DAILY SOSSOUBUir, TUESDAY ETEXIX6, APML M, 1M7. Members of Dramatic Class to Coach and Act In Productions. Three 1-act plays acted and coached by the students in Dramatics, English 107b, will be given in the University Auditorium tomorrow night. The course is taught by Robert Winternitz and H. F. Carlton. The purpose of the performance is to show what the stu dents in the course are doing. The plays to be given are "Fancy Free," by Stanley Houghton, "The Dark Lady of the Sonnets," by George Bernard Shaw, and "The Twelve Pound Look," by J. II. Barrie. "Fancy Free" has been coached by Miss Mary L. Deputy. The characters are: Fancy, Miss Annalee Vernon; Delia, Miss Josephine Coil; Alfred, Leland Rea; Ethelbert, J. Walter Goldstein. "The Dark Lady of the Sonnets," coached by Miss Allene Richardson, will be played by Miss Eloise Stev enson as Queen Elizabeth; Miss Mar garet Matney, as the Dark-Lady; Rob ert R. Miller, as Shak...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 April 1917

, , : - . . " . - . ..vi . - - '74. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN .1 NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1917. NUMBER 200 Aj IK OF BRITISH NFLICT HEHVY LOSS Germans Cut to Pieces in Violent Counter-Attacks at Gavrelle. FRENCH MAKE GAINS Pope Receives Word That Teuton Strikes Closely Ap proach Revolution. By United Tress WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE FIELD, April 25. Frightful loss es were inflicted on German troops who vainly counter-attacked at Gav relle today. From a range of 300 yards, British artillery poured a con centrated fire upon the German mass ed ranks. The attacking forces were cut to pieces South of the Scarpe. the British are advancing steadily. North of the riv er, however, the battle this afternoon is at a standstill in the most desperate fight of the war. More than 3,000 prisoners have been taken since the resumption of the Brit ish drive Monday, and further advanc es despite the great opposition are reported by General Haig today. Fifty-six officers a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 April 1917

Pe Tw THE DAILY 3HSS0UBIAX, WEDNESDAY ETESIXG, APRIL 25, 1917. fe FOUR TIGER RUNNERS OFFTOPENNSYLVANIA Popular Fund Insures Com petition of Simpson, Daggy, Wyatt and Rider. STUDENTS GIVE $34 If All Money Needed Is Not . Received Runners' Will Pay Part of Expenses. Four representative Tiger athletes, Simpson, Wyatt. Daggy and Rider left at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon for the Pennsylvania Relay Games which will be held Friday and Saturday at Phil adelphia, as their expenses had been insured by a fund raised by Ihe Uni versity students, Columbia business men and the St. Louis alumni. The business men contributed $130, the St. Louis alumni, $35, $34 -was raised at the mass meeting last night Thirty one dollars was raised by individual donations today. At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon $220 had been raised but the athletes said that if "no more could! be raised they would pay part of the expenses themselves. Bob will enter the hurdle events and will probably lead off in the relay. The raisi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 April 1917

pp f 3 k THE DAILY MISSQURIAN Pnhllkbrd ery TnIng (except Satnrda) Md Snndmy) nd SuncUy moraine by The SIlMourtan Aocltlon, Incorpormt- C1. coiunim. "m ' "..,., ii communications to Address al co jiISSOTJRIAN rut Columbia. Missouri. .. linriniit ituiiuiuki ... T)nllf1lrtF Downstairs Offl;':fc itntnMiL 55: Newa. 274. ihones SSS5ntaj.t3. ojl?Bbta- Mo- as second-class mall. .. nrn. 1 mnnlln S1.00; month. ntr: xear, --'.."rr ' T 35 BT m moi 'sS'centt; copy. Scents. r? S, "i tTS-amontni-WcentsT " ' 5SS?y.P?e : County: Year. $4.00; 3 0ut9"e."'.r,. mnnth. 40 cents. mnn ' " Mt ,r Sheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Build giEswttwk? peoples Gas Bulldloe. CW- - .. .1 irartiinir neureseutJunce. csgo- RUY A BOND The average American will not have to shoulder a musket to help win the war for humanity. He can help by buying a bond, thereby adding his mite toward a successful termination of the struggle and at the same time earning compensation on his venture. The individual should do his duty in helping th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 April 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1917. Pare Three I ARMY SALARIES ARE EXPLAINED Reserve Corps Officers Must Fnxw!si 31 Articles of Equipment. The difference between the salary of the private and the officer in the army is at least part ly explained by a notice posted at the office of the Military- School this morning. The private is furnished all equipment, food and shelter, whereas the officer, contrary to the opinion of many students who are applying for commissions in the Officers' Reserve Corps, has to furnish everything for his own use, except quarters, light and heat and horse equipment. Here is a list of the equipment that each officer in the Officers' Reserve ' Corps .must furnish: Service uni form, including service hat, hat cord, olive-drab shirt, service coat, breech es, shoes, russet leather, pigskin or canvas leggins (or woolen puttcs) ; arms, including a saber and a Colt automatic pistol; personal equipment which includes bedding roll, blanket, clothi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 April 1917

WM&S!QW 'ttjmw?-&?wspF? JF'j?rFBTr'-s"? i-3i-1v- vngs&Kr -ttmq&rsVEgr&P ZiCfWVrW ,-, . ,.- ., . - jr iv- - 'f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY EYEXISQ, APBIL 23, 1917. Page Fire IMMBaBBBBBWWWMMBMBP'Vrf nMIHHV3wvf1pHBIHBIHHH IB IMtJAJaULiMI : Wi Bail I ' ' ilJMMIWaiMHHBBBSalBHSEaji JftBIMAIIJJIaF3gaj,)MWMMWMH,IJUW )'-.. 3 J MFrT' '-' "- "wr?-' - - FF&z 7m?zrr?T M$ TPOPt 'f-lW & - " SAYS SCHOOL SHOULD lOOM Miss Eva Johnston Urges Civic League to Find Com petent Candidates. IDEA IS APPROVED Committee Appointed to Find Qualified Person Discuss Clean-Up Week. Believing that women could better analyze the vital needs of the school children and could make our schools comfortable and efficient rather than imposing. Miss Eva Johnston urged that the Civic League support a wom an candidate for tho school board of Columbia at the next election, in her speech, "Women on School Boards," delivered before that body in the Y. M C. A. Building yesterday afternoon. The sugge...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 April 1917

. ! I I ' ! ! ; i t r t " Page 81i Good Reasons Why the follow ing Men En dorse John P. Collins for Student President:- "1. He stands for progressiva legislation of studnt activities. 2. He is bound by no obligations 3. He is a capable and force ful speaker. 4. He is a leader of men. 5. He has a wide acquaint ance among alumni, Columbia cit izens and prominent men of power in the state. 6. He stands for Missouri's in terest and has always promoted the welfare of the university. 7. He has a pleasing personal ity and the ability to make friends. 8. He stands for and will work for a Women's Building. 9. To substantiate this state ment, he has already pledged the support of more than a dozen members of the Legislature, who will worR nara ior uic cause. One is frank n. Tarns, door leader in the House of Represen tatives. 10. Collins is from St. Louis and his acquaintance with the alumni of that city will enable him to get the co-operation of that organization to induce more grad uates of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 April 1917

NmWVMPi "WiPwW THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1917. NUMBER 201 Fx L ILL F000 OF ALLIES War Councils Crystalizing Into Big Campaign to Feed Entente. U. S. TO NAME HEAD Federal Investigators Say Prices Are Being Hiked Without Cause. By 1'ulted Pres., WASHINGTON, April 26. That some American, possibly Herbert Hoo ver or Secretary of Labor Wilson, within the next few months will -become food dictator of the world, was indicated by developments of the in ternational war conference of the Al lies this afternoon. More and more the war councils are crystalizing into a monumental campaign to feed the Allies. Finance and shipping problems are coming to be considered comparatively collater al, although, of course, vital. America to Control Absolutely. It was taken for granted today that It would be the policy of the Allies, after America has made her prelimi nary contributions to entrust the Unit ed States with absolute control of the food phase...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 April 1917

v- 1 f J BT Pmre Tw w i I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Ht rubllkhrt every ermine (except Saturday B, and Sunday) and Sunday morning by K The MIourIan Association, Incorporat- Bp ed. Colnmbla. Mo. THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, THCRSD AT EVEMXG, APItIL 2C, 1917. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia. Mlssonrl. Office: Virginia Rulldlng. Downstairs I'hones: Business. KS; News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50: 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3 00; 0 months, $1.75; 3 months, 00 cents. Outside of Boone County: iear, $4.00; 3 months, tl.20; month. 40 cents. National Advertising Representative', ; Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue uuiiu Inc. New York; 1'eoples Gas Building. Chi cago. ing of United States troops to Europe." So said Arthur J. Balfour Monday In Washington. "If the United States will furnish "STAND 11 Y THE " "Stand by the President." "Stand by Congress." "Stand by t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 April 1917

THE DAILY 3IISS00KIA', THURSDAY EYEXIXG, APRIL 26, 1917. FaceTkree POSTERS FRI WAR LANDS ill SHOW R 150 Allied Appeals and Bat tle Scenes Exhibited at the Thilo Building. -' FUNDS TO BELGIANS Pictures From Big St. Louis Bazar Will Be Sold to Buv Yarn. Appeals for enlistment. lithographs liy European artists representing scenes of the present war. scenes of the devastation, the fireside as well as the battlefield, are represented m the collection of 1.10 war pictures be ing shown at the Thilo Uuilding for the benefit of Belgian Refugees in London. Englibh. French. Belgian and Rus sian posters arc exhibited with the first two predominant. Xot mere words urging enlistment, but genuine art stirs the sentiments, the patriot ism and the sympathy of the observ er. Large, free, powerful sketches represent the misery produced by the war on the continent. Jlost of the French posters are of this type. Ap pealing solely by the scenes they show, the pictures are not given names. I'lrlun'N .re fo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 April 1917

By-- I f Pace Fu , THE DAILY 3MI0U1IA1C, T1UB1PAY EYllQSg, APML H H & II kS r & -i SOCIETY NOTES Miss Fern Hobbs, Miss Grace Gam bll, Miss Ruth Callison and her guest. Miss Laura Woodard of Windsor, will be dinner guests at the Sigma Nu house this evening. The King's Daughters gae an ex hibit of old fashioned quilts at the Y. M. C. A, this afternoon. The quilt show, in charge of Mrs. Guy L. Noyes, is being held to provide money for the maintenance of the free bed at Parker Memorial Hospital. have been a factor In increasing the Tiger score. The faculty Union will entertain in formally for the women friends of the members from S to 11 o'clock tonight. Miss Eleanor Taylor, 305 Christian College avenue, entertained last night at dinner Miss Lillian Staplcton of St. Louis and Miss Elizabeth Bright. Miss Laura Searcy chaperoned some Uimersity High School students at a swimming party at Stephens College last night. The Christian College Alumnae As sociation met jesterday at the ho...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 April 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1917. NUMBER 202 ENGLAND WILL WIN, LL0YDGE0RGE SAYS Nation Must Economize on Food, Prime Minister Tells People. 1917 CROP PROMISING Assurance Given That In crease in Food Prices Is Not Necessary. THE CALEND4R April 2S Annual German Clnb play, "DoVtor Wespe." S:15 o'clock, Uni versity Auditorium. April CO. The Mary Arden Dramatic Club of Christian College will present a dramatization of Jane Austin's "Pride and Prejudice." at S o'clock Christian College Auditorium. April SO. C. L. Brewer will talk nt 7:30 o'clock Monday night nt the Ele mentary School on the Playground Movement. May I. Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Concert under the auspices of I'M Mu Alp lm, 8 o'clock, Uuherbity Auditorium. May 5. Fourteenth Annual High School Day. May 14-1S. Eighth Annual Journalism Week. May 1j. The University Players will ghe "The Iiuportnnee of Ilclng Earnest." IN THE WAR POSTER EXHIBIT By Dnlted Tress LONDON, pril 27...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 April 1917

r PageTw THE DAILY MISSOUIUAX, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every evening (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by Tbe MlMonrian Association, Incorporat ed. Columbia. Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY JIISSODRIAN Colombia. Missouri. Office: Virginia .Building, Downstairs Phones: Business. 53: News, 274. Entered at tlie postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $1.00; month, 33 cents ; copy, 5 cents. By mail In Boone County: Year, $3 00; 6 months. $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months. $1.20; month. 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheeret Co., Fifth Avenue Build ing, New York; Peoples Gas Building. Chicago. THE SPIRIT OF FRANCE Wartimes bring forth great emo tions. All types and degrees of love and hate are brought keenly to light before the giant sword of Mars. The American people delight in looking back upon the Revolution to see t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 April 1917

' ' , ' : ..THE DAILY HISSOURIAN, FRIDAY EVENING, APHIL 27, 1917. Pace Three y' s SAYS MOTORS REPLACE STEAM 3L C. Turpin of Westinghouse Com pany Lectures to Students. The supplanting of the steam rail way locomotive by the electric driven motor car was explained in an illus trated lecture by M. C. Turpin, as sistant manager of publicity for the "Westinghouse Electric and Manufac- COMPANY F HELPS U.S. ARMY One Member Now a Lieutenant 12 Others Seek Commissions. That Columbia's National Guard Organization. Company F, Fourth Missouri Infantry, is valuable to the United States Government as a train ing school for officers is proved by tenant of Company F Wednesday night to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Paul Price. Alpha Zeta Installed at Arkansas U. Prof. C. B. Hutchison of Bussy In stitution, Boston, Mass., formerly of the faculty of the College of Agricul- BBBwjBBBBBBjBBBBBBBBLk7j' x "i y jfaf ?y-jfiMiBM-fc?s-t. S3 a BgBaiEBgMtiiraiBBLajr:.;r BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMfMBBBBBBBB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 April 1917

THE ROBERT ROGERS GROCERY Invites you to select your Fresh Vege tables, Fruits and Groceries from the large, select stock tomorrow for your Sunday dinner. You will find Fresh, Crisp Leaf and Iceberg Head Lettuce, Fresh .Florida Tomatoes and Strawberries. The finest large bunches of Home Grown Rhu barb, Radishes and Onions, The line of Fresh Fruits is the best and com prises everything to be had where the price can be made reasonable. We wish to call attention to the best Coffee sold in Columbia, the Richelieu price 25c, 30c and 40c lb. It has no equal in price and cup quality, which tells the Whole Story. Our line of Richelieu- Corn and Peas is no higher than other years. Our entire line of Canned Goods was bought early last summer, and wc are not asking the full advance on them. ROBERT ROGERS GROCERY PHONE 179 ft J vHI 'lr KL-JL-.iy? inT Would you enter a game where you not only had no chance of winning,but also very little show of breaking even. When you buy nameless clothes you a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 April 1917

"-; rr-jr 7itmjjj - 'Mi'itiiWillililH v THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1917. SIX PAGES NUMBER 203 J OURNALI I MRU IT RIALS W ET L BE RUSHED FR01 COHS T .MAKING PORCELAINS IN JAPAN Japanese and American Of ficials Make Special Ar rangements So Supplies May Arrive on Time. CUSTOM INSPECTION TO BE MADE HERE 83 Boxes 6 Tons Will Be Distributed at Rothwell Gymnasium, May 18 Decorations Are Oriental. Stockton, Cal. April 27. School of Journalism Columbia, Mo. Shipment in San Francisco in eighty-three cases. The bond number is 5,542. Nippon Maru now unloading and your ship ment probably will be reached Saturday or Sunday. Hope to get shipment headed toward Co lumbia Sunday or Monday night. Will wire car number and date shipment leaves per instructions. Am trying to speed things up. J. A. BARR HOUSE AND SENATE The Photograph Shows the System of Hand Labor Employed In Jap an. Jinny of the Articles for the Journalism Week Banquet Are the Products...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 April 1917

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, SUNDAY MOUSING, AFBIL 29, 1917. pf HL PinTirt ! TIGER STARS IN YESTERDAY'S PENN RELAY GAMES 0 mJStSb.? foyN 'KfipfP BBbbbbbbI St "g!S&Btl "BF &tofciNl.Vr' " flKSV 9BBBSBBBEBBBBBBBBBKK'K9BrBBBpBBBBBMBVtt QffcMiflBBiLBBBBSBBBBBBBraBffmNBBBBBBBBBBE BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I iBBBKUBSBBEBBBBBBEBSBBBbaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKBBBBBnBB I PBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBj FRED LOOMIS INTO THE ARMY Columbia Boy Passes Examination for Second Lieutenant. Fred Loomis, A. B. '16. son of C. W. Loomis, 20G Waugh street, Colum bia, passed the examination for second lieutenant in the coast artillery guard at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.. last week. Mr. Loomis has been teaching' physics at the University of Kentucky at Lex ington since his graduation. AT THE CHURCHES Catholic. First mass will be at 7 o'clock and lilcli mass at 10 o'clock this morning. The ser mon topic for the moraine Is "St. Joseph. The evening service will start at 7:30 o'clock. The rosary will be followed by a sermon on, 'Hal...

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