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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 July 1918

mmfw r?pff ''-r '&--F Be fr- . Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN PoblUbed ererj ctcoIoc except Sunday by The UUionrlaa Aisoclatteu, Incorpo wted. Columbli, ilo. Vlrgbil Bldg. Do jn- Pbonei: unsmeBB, w ., - Kitlonal Adrertlilns BepreseaUUre: (Urpeuter-Scbeerer Co, Fifth Avenue Bid., New l'ork; Peoples tHi Bide Chicago. The Aaiociated Press 1 exclnalrely en titled to the ose lor republication of all newa dtipatcbea credited to It or not thenrlse credited In thU paper and also the local newa published herein. Entered aa'aecond-claai mall matter. City: 1'ear, J3.75; 3 month, tUX); montn, 10 cents; copy, X cents. By mall In Boone County; lear, S&25; 0 monlha, $1.75: 3 months, w cents. Outside the county: Aear, flM; 3 months, .L month, 13 cents. BBOADMINDEDNESS In every great disruption of society three classes are formed. In the front ranks are the enthusiastic progressives, not always right, but always madly opposed to the old which they have judged to be wrong. Back of these Is t...

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. — 23 July 1918

MMHHMHHMHHHMHHHHHHHH jjy PLANS FOR 11 GREAT IT 1919 m HARVEST Department of Agriculture Asks Farmers to Increase Their Acreage. QUOTAS BY STATES Missouri Urged to Produce Crop on Minimum of 3,100,000 Acres. WASHINGTON, July 22. A nation al plan for great Liberty wheat har vest In 1919 jvas announced today by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. American farmers are asked to sow to winter wheat this fall not less than 45,000,000 acres an Increase of 7 per cent over last year's sowing and the department suggestes that an even greater area, approximately 47,G00, 000 acres an Increase of more than 12 per cent over last year could be sown if conditions are favorable in all . the states and would better meet the needs of the Allied nations at war. From the smaller acreage a harvest of C3G million bushels might be ex pected, it is estimated, and from the larger acreage 667 millions, based upon an average yield, of 15.7 bushels an acre and an abandonment of 10 per cent of the area sown on a...

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. — 23 July 1918

wtSjMBUm MWMi ilril iJiftitlfclMmKMWI SrwWSH'' ' - v THE EVENING MISSOUBIAJf, TUESDAY, JDLT 23, 1918. Page Four w ST FACULTY DEFEATS L 9 TO 4 BENEDICTS PERSONAL NOTES CHANCES TOATTEND Twilight League Game Last Night Played in Quick Time. MILLER ON MOUND Pitcher for Teachers Allows But Three Hits and Bats Out Home Run. Twilight League Standing. W. I. Pet. Soldiers 4 2 .666 Faculty 4 3 .571 Business Bachelors 3 3 .500 Business Benedicts 3 4 .428 Students 2 4 .333 Misses Pauline and Corlnne Doyje of 1517 Windsor street returned home yesterday .from a visit to relatives in and near Harrisbure. Boone County. C. C. Freely of Williams street returned this morning from North Carolina, where he had been working fof'several weeks. PROF.P.F.THOWBRIDGE TO IEAYE The Faculty walloped the Benedicts last night in one of the shortest games of the Twilight League (by a score of 9 to 4. The time of the. game was so short that, despite the lowering sky, the batters in the last half of the sev enth coul...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 July 1918

THE MISSOURIAN N MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ti - TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNEDAY ENING, JULY 24, 1918. NUMBER 265 EVENING I 8? m GERMANY SUBMITS HE Sueeestion for Conference Said to Have Been Made to Spanish. Government. SIX TERMS SET OUT Would Not Permit Treaties With Russia and Ruman ia to Be Questioned. By Associated Press. AMSTERDAM. July 24. Germany has made suggestions for a peace con ference to the Spanish government, gays the Socialist paper Vorwaerts of Berlin. The suggestions are: L Germany wants no annexations or indemnities in the west. 2. Peace treaties with Russia and Rumania may not be Questioned. 3. The principle of self-determination of peoples has not been discussed, but may be settled at the peace con ference, where the fate of Belgium also is to be settled. 4. The Balkan question is to be set tled around the conference table. S. Freedom of '.ie seas, dismantling of Gibraltar and the Suez canal and the right of Germany to use coaling stations must be a...

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 July 1918

-.--". if r 'f t I.J i& ir BE?, F Page Tw THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Fobusbed every erenlnr except Enndsy br Tb Jaissocrian Association, Incorpo rated. Colnnbia, Mo. VJj1b1 BU.C Down stairs. Pioaes: Bsstnesa, 63; Jews, XI. National JLdrtrtUlojr BepreseotttlTe: Carpenter-Scheerer Co, nun .ra,"ur NcwToric; Peoples Gas Bldg Chlcsgo. The Associated Press 1 d,Te!'. eo,: titled to the oie for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not stbenrise credited In this paper ui also toe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. Citj: Tear. 3.W; 3 nonths, JU: month. 0 cents; copy, 2 cents. By nail In Borfce County: lear. OS; J Sn , JLT5; 3 months, 60 centa. OctalOe the county: Tear. ix; 3 months, fU3; month, tf centt. THE GEXERAL IXHERITAXCE TAX The general Inheritance tax was de clared constitutional by the Missouri Supreme Court at the same time as the Income Tax Law. According to its provisions all property Inherited In amounts of JL000 or more is sub jec...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 July 1918

qmiVf -TjTf-SJ -lTi '' syj i I M - 1 "-STrmjSSR . .. - , '3 -K S R. - -1 -' " - ; - - .. r V I i I If IK HOW LONDON Br George T. Bye. Bt Reciprocal News Service. LONDON, July 5 (by. mall). The little old lady with worn hands and worshipful eyes who once had three Tommies in the firing line but now has only one looked out from her Chelsea garret window. There was hubbub in the street The Tender of American flags was passing, and tag ging after him were all Ihe kids lu the neighborhood. "I say, how much?" called the lit tle old lady. The Tender held up an Old Glory not much longer than a handkerchief. "A nice one, one bob," he called. The little old lady almost cringed at such expense. "HaTe you one for sixpence?" she entreated. No, noth ing but very small paper "ones for a penny. She put a hand to her mouth, hopelessly. A head came out of the next garret to the little old lady's. He was a lunny faced old man, with a paw that looked Irish, cheeks that seemed Corn ish, Scotch eyes with...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 July 1918

ffg-? - JSH-.-' " T A to Page Four THE EVENING 3DSSOUBIAN, TTEP XESDAY, JULY 24, 1918. WOMEN MAKING SHELLS . AT TEN DOLLARS A WEEK (Correspondence of the Associated Press.) MANCHESTER, England, June 17. The women. of England are making the shells with which the British army is beating back the enemy, and are doing the work at an average pay equivalent to $10 a week. The managing director of a big naval, construction works here is un able to employ domestic servants be cause all the women formerly em ployed as servants have gone to work in shell factories. When the factory men were called to the colors, women quietly stepped I into their places. The vast majority of the women had neither skill nor training in munitions work, but the factor' engineers, by installing what is known as single-process machines, made it possible for the women to do the complicated work that previously only skilled men had been able to accomplish. In a week or ten days a woman learns how to operate a single...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 July 1918

5 -, ' TENTH YEAR ""77777- ..An. t t 1 SHUHN J " I SUPPLY OF ILK Amount Received in Colum bia Cut Down by About 80 Per Cent. CAUSED BY DROUGHT Dry Pastures Do Not Afford Proper Nourishment for Cows. - A milk shortage ot SO per cent has teen caused In Columbia by the lack of rain, according to A. D. Sapplng ton, manager of the White Eagle Dairy Company. The grass In the pastures, he said - today, Is burning up and does not fur nlsh sufficient nourishment to ithe dairy cows. Many'farmers are having to sell their cows because of lack of feed for them. All the dairies In and near Colum bia are affected. The White Eagle Dairy received about 600 gallons ot milk a day this time last month, as compared with 120 gallons a day it is receiving now. It has enough cream to churn only three times a week, and is not able to supply the demand for "butter-milk and butter. Mr. Sapplngton said that the only relief for the shortage was a vgood soaking rain, and unless rain came soon the shortage would ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 July 1918

tt- keiQ" P?V - '""" e THE ETE5DTG 3OSS0UWA3r, T-TTBSPaT, JULY 35, M18. Hp. Page Two T m j WKr W I" THE EVENING MLSSOURIAN Pnhllihml tmrr rrrnlnz exceot 8undlX by The Hlsiourian Assod-tlon. Ineorpo rated. Columbia, Mo. Virginia BMg- uown iuln. Phono: Bnalnesa, M; fewa. X7. National Advertising Representative: Carpenter-Scheerer Co, Finn .avenue wag. New Tork; Peoples Gas Bid?, Chicago. The Associated Preis Is excIuzlTely en titled to tbe uk for republication of all oewi dispatches credited to It or cot therwlse credited in tbli paper and alio tbe local new published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. air: rear. S3.73: 3 mom tha. ILOO month. 40 cents: codt. 2 cents. ;. By mall In Boone County; Year, 3; 6 months. $73; 3 months. 90 cents, uutiide me conntr: lear. H0; 3 months, l3; month, 42 cents. THE COLOXEL'S S0.S To those who Insist that Colonel Roosevelt is pro-German: His youngest son, Quentin, lieu tenant In 'the air service. Is dead. Killed in action. Another son, Theo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 July 1918

iiiHliHHHHHHHHHHMHilHHHIHBHHHflHHMnMnnHBnHSftlHHMHHHSHHMH!HK W;'gr,!yJAavft t 9 3 TBE JTEKIXG JOSSOUBIAS,. IHUBSllJLrjtlLIlaglSlg. SI UDENTS ,1-8 FROM BUSINESS MEN Bachelors Defeated in Free Hitting Game in Twi light League, 22 HITS ALTOGETHER Soldiers and Faculty Will Fight for Title in Fri day's Contest. Twilight league Steading. W. I Pet Soldiers 4 2' .866 Faculty 4 3 . .571 Students 3. 4 :42S Business Benedicts 3 4 - .428 Business Bachelors 3 4 .423 The Students defeated the Business Bachelors 9 to 8 In a Twilight League game last night on Rollins Field. This means that the title will -virtually be decided at Friday's game between the Faculty and the Soldiers. McDanlels, who pitched four innings for the Bachelors, did well, consider ing-the fact that he has been out of the hospital a scant two weeks. He fanned three, walked two men and al lowed one hit. The first four men up for the Stu dents got hits and three of them scored. Stoy hit to right, L. Zeigler through short. Pummlll...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 July 1918

J?"F 'S5f'wHF'"HBIKT IF-iTr- J& :y&g" 33 w. im : m f K. Page Four THE-EYEXING MISSOUBlAy, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1918. CHAUTAUQUA OPENS Large Crowd at Afternoon Program J. VV. Hudson Lectures Tonight. The Columbia Chautauqua began this afternoon on the Stephens Col lege campus with the biggest crowd for a first afternoon In the history of Columbia. The season ticket sales have so far been gfeater than ever before at the beginning of the sea son. Black's European Orchestra gave a full program. Joseph Black, violin virtuoso, was featured. He played on a violin made In 1732 and for which he says he has been offered $S,000. He was for a number of years a stu dent In Berlin with Fritz Krelsler. "In spite of wartimes, Chautauqua has had a wonderful success this year," said T. H. Wiles of Kansas City who, i3 platform manager. "From ;. the war standpoint It has been'a great thing In that it has given force to pa triotism and has carried out Presi dent Wilson's idea oX being an inte gral...

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 July 1918

V""""""""""Esal""""C"E""""Grr' ,PwraB4SKl,'B,58B H3fc5SSBiH3BP'S8iS?" J1wwwjhpiiutate. 4 "'J'SSjjB fiC-BJVY ''"! IP: r MfSSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1918. NUMBER 267 1!; THE" 'EVENING'! ago fl H - tor. 1 TENTH YEAR a of .3 - -ms Aur for aing are an-, tie t aa 3ted r .0. 1 ntoA 1 l ' fc 1 IB-Lift BLOW -r " . . ' 2 POUNDS MONTHLY IB STUDENT NURSES -.1 AT OUR DEMOCRACY" , JSTsSTJi NEW'SUGAR RATION IS: President Wilson uaiis on 'Americans to. End "This . Disgraceful Evil." APPEALS TO PEOPLE Declares Lynchings Are" Aid to German Propaganda Against U. S. B7I Associated Press. 'WASHINGTON, July 26. President Wilson today in a personal statement addressed to his fellow countrymen, denouncing mob spirit and mob ac tion, called upon tie nation to show tie world that while it fights (or de mocracy on foreign fields, It is not discrediting democracy at home. , The President referred not alone, to t mob action against those suspected pt, b...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 July 1918

Df'yncf" THE EYESEfO.anSSOUBIAIT, FBlDAT, JUIT 26, IMS. Paso Two K&kmw&&0QfK jW S - It r -THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every eTenln? except Sunday by The Mlisourlan Association, Incorpo rsted, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldir. Down stairs. Phones: Business, 63; News, 274. National Adrertlatnj: Representative: New York; Peoples Gas BIdff. Chicago, after the war. States has shown Itself competent to cope with the serious problem brought on by the shutting off or foreign Im ports and shown it will be"Kble td "en ter Into competition with foreign countries in textiles and dye stuffs ' The Associated Preas Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not ethenrlse credited In this paper and also the local news pnbllahed herein. - Entered as second-class mall matter. Theodore Rooserelt has declined to become a candidate for the Republi can nomination for governor of New York. He declines on the ground that City Year J3.73: 3 mo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 July 1918

i"s3?-!?E"!Jp?S6..'K5 I II MUST STANII BEHIND WILSON'S 14 TERMS People Should Not Be Pivid- ed as to reace Conditions, Ellwood Says. NEW IDEALS NEEDED Speaker Opposes Universal Military Training After the War. "At the present time we are as much unprepared far peace aq we werie- unprepared for war before the war," said Prof. Charles A. Ellwood In his lecture this morning In the University Auditorium on the subject. "Social Reconstruction and War." This was the last of a series of war lectures given during the Summer Session. "The world can never again be as it was before the war," said Professor , Ellwood. "We are fighting now for a definite goal, and the war Is in vain if we do not achieve that goal. But much of the achievement depends on the social and political reconstruc tion after military victory has been won. We might meet defeat in a social and moral sense, even though we had won victory on the battle fields. Military victory is only a step to that real victory, the winning ...

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 July 1918

? -rjR?pjKS3Bi fr -it THE EVENING 3CISS0UBIAy,FgIDAY, JULY 86, 1918. Page Four p-r w- r t v CITrY AND CAMPUS Miss Pauline Bandy left today for Kansas City for a visit to Miss Mary Redmond. Mrs". V. a Brown will go to St Louis Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Douglas. MIsg Frances Mitchell left -Sunday for & two weeks' visit to Miss Laura Mitchell at Denver, Colo. Mrs.- Donald Fitch has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Joseph Estes near Deer Park. T. O. Robinson of Columbia 'under went a minor operation this mornln, at Parker Memorial Hospital. Clarence Lightner and Richard Spencer left yesterday for Holllster, where they will camp for a week. Miss Frances Hunt will give a bridge party tomorrow morning for her 'guest. Miss Vltula Van Dyne of Sedalia. Misses Agnes and Linda Walker will entertain with a knitting party tomor row morning for Miss Martha Payne of Fayette. W. S. B:?nnam is expected to return today from his trip to Xew York, where he has been for the pa...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 July 1918

f h s if ;" ' :B SENING:-' MISsSjSnI TENTH YEAR 12 FLAGS TO BOONE IN I SACIPIN School Districts Rewarded for High Marks in Pur chases of Stamps. VIA RANKS At' TOP Investment There Was 359 Per Cent of Quota Hallsville, 3S0 Per Cent. Boone County school districts have been awarded twelve honor flags In the War Savings campaign. The state organization awarded J200 of these flags throughout Missouri to the highest school districts in the 114 counties in the state. With 12 flags for the 97 school districts, Boone County, receives a high proportion. The flags are of wool, three by six feet. In white and blue. They bear the letters "W. S. S.M The following school districts re ceived flags: No. Per cent of quota 359 350 Via 61 Hallsville Banks 65 Potts 41, Turner 68 Robnett 69 Judy 42 Midway 53 Strawn 54 Nashville 77 Haydon 79 Burnett 87 314 268 242 213 208 192 178 177 "157 154 ELECTION JUDGES NAMED List of Those Who Will Serve at Prim ary August 6, Following is the list of judges ap pointe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 July 1918

7SSmtBBttttft9B3SnSS979f I'y.rn' ;- W - I THE EVESPffrMlSSOUBIAX. S1TITRDAY, JTJLI 27, iftl& THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published erery erenlng except Snndsx by The Missourian Association, Incorpo- nlM rnlnmhll. Un. Virginia Bid. DoWn- stslrs. Phones: Business. S3; News, 174. v.tlnn.1 Jkdnrtlilntr ResresentaUTe Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Arenne Bids,) Iew xor&; peoples uu iiiukm .. Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not stberwlse credited In tbli paper and alio tbe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. V CMtT? War. X3.T3: 3 mnntfc. 40 rents: codt. 2 cents. Br mall In Boone County; Year. S123; 8 months, li.73; 3 months, DO cents. Outside tbe county: Year, fi.W. 3 months, L23; month, 45 cents. Uons.'And there Is Included not a sin gle hymn of hate. . . . The Terse Is all of a very high order, some of It has a lyric note, some Is frankly na rative, and a great deal of It ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 July 1918

wV'Vf THEEVE&TSfl MSS0UBIiy,,'8ATUM)ArtTO,Y 27, 1918 FicaTbiM REVIEW OF FOURTH YEAR OF THE WORLD WAR (Tomorrow will be the fourth annl versary of the beginning of the world war. On Jane 28, 1914, the Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated at Sarajevo. On July 23, Austria de clared war on Serbia.) By Associated Press. Events big with the fate of nations have marked the fourth year of the war which now comes to a close. It has been a twelve months of alter nate hope and concern for the powers of the Entente Alliance. It was on July 28, 1914, that Aus tria' declared war on Serbia, begin ning the great struggle. During the past twelve months, there have been occurrence that In some respects have been of even greater import in their influence upon the world than those in the preceding period. Rus sia's collapse, the Italian defeat last autumn, the stupendous drives of the Germans against the Allied armies and the wonderful defensive opera- tlnna that TfavA amlln nnil nfrafn nhor...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 July 1918

"F THE ETEJliyg anSSOPBIAy, SATUBPAY, JULY 27, 1913 WHERE TO GO FOR A PICNIC NEAR COLUMBIA erty, Mrs. H. C. Locke, .Misses Mary and Elizabeth Lyon. Mary Read, Char lotte VIckers, Hazel Ludwig, Nannie George, Raymary Ruark, Constance Clark, Mary Lynne Daugherty and Irma Locke. Ellis Moscow has returned after a - - '-?, 1 ; - "r" '? - - 'i'i i-3t 'a!-v- -) IIP A. Page Four 'IE IE' '-" "" ""'" ' iiim ii 1 Orvthat week-end trip or all day ex cursion, comfort is the keynote of pleasure. y Try a Saxon-six. They are free jrom jars and jolts, and arefull of joy. We sell them. Sapp Implement and Motor Co. Comforts Provided at Bell's Lake, Fifteen Miles From Town Benches, Tables and a Brick Oven There And a Swim m in' Ho'e vacation In Chicago. ' Your Picnic Lunch. For that lunch on your picnic, try Hetzler's ready prepared salads and sandwiches. They will taste all the better because they're no trouble. Hetzler's Delicatessen. adv. With Bath House! HnHnyuH. f tftfll ! ii?MKRBPr'8ilHBH I -1 It...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 July 1918

W THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 4 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATELV.PRESS TENTH YEAR . COLUMBIA, MISSOURI MONDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1918. NUMBER 269 , 7J&T ''JJ(5P1: -- c 1 HE BY Chautauqua Orator Pays Spe cial Tribute to Wilson, Baker, Daniels. "LEND ALL YOU CAN" Predicts That All United States Will Be Dry in Year and Nine Months. "We must win this fight to keep the pathway open between the child and the stars," said "William Jr. Bryan In his speech yesterday afternoon to an audience that packed the Chautauqua tent, as he discussed the opportunity that young America has to realize the attainment of Its ambitions. He com pared this land of equality of oppor tunity with the pre-determined op portunities of the Prussian people, where the sovereign grants all the privileges enjoyed. "It is a fight to determine whether the love of the people or the fear that an autocrat can excite, will be the dominating Impulse in the Ideals of nations." Our country Mr. Bryan portrayed as one in which the people a...

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