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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 July 1918

FpF T?T IMF M Page Two THE EYEIfDfG MISSOUBIAy, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN potent to meet the demands of the war lowed to exceed 130 degrees at any Published every evening except Sundsy by me juissoanau Association, incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bide. Down stairs. Phones: Business, 63: Newt, 74. National Advertising Representative: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., irartn Avenue wag New York; Feoplei .Gai Bide. Chicago. The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited -to It or not itherwlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. V CUt: Tear. 13.73: 3 month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall in Boone County; lear, $25; 6 months, H.75; 3 months, 60 cents. Outside the county: Year, $1.50; 3 months, $l-23; month, 13 cents. conditions. lVIir ATTACK HEXIiY FOKDI Why is Henry Ford attacked? Be cause he is pro-German? No. Be cause he is a. pacifist? No. I...

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 July 1918

flWl mHSBMBVMHRaHHaTCBHHHBBHBHsBaBBHIBBBsKsaHBBB' FROM TRENCH AND CAMP Letters From Soldiers in America and Overseas The following letter was written from Camp Lee, Va., by Lieutenant Houston Harte, a graduate ol the School of Journalism, owner of the Central Missouri Republican at Boon-, ville: I have heard a lot about people wanting to do their bit being eager to "help the boys" in most every way they can. You don't have to talk to a slacker long until he tells you what he is going to do for the boys. The people the real folks the backbone of the country they don't have to as sure you that they are "doing their bit," you can tell it by the way they act, the way they talk about the gen eral aspect of the war. But of all the. brassy assurances that they were doing their bit, that I have come across, or even heard of, I saw the brassiest yesterday after . noon. A lieutenant, who belonged to the same battalion as I, got married. He wired me to get in to a certain near-by town and' fin...

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 July 1918

lisV' ysv 1 1 ---- . Page Four THE EVE&TSfi MISSOUBIfty, MPS DAIWULY2S-. 1918. PERSONAL NOTES Miss Martha Payne of Fayette and Miss Lois ,Dunn of Texarkana, Tex., who hare been 'visiting Mrs. H. E. Stephenson, 113 Cousins Street, re turned to their homes today. Miss Elizabeth Major of Fayette Is visiting Miss Elizabeth Spencer, 502 Rollins Street, for a few days. Misses Elizabeth and Katherlne hill of Kansas City will arrive today. Miss Elizabeth will be the guest of Miss Elizabeth Spencer, and Miss Katherlne will be the guest of Miss Esther Hill. Mrs. Horace McKim of La Belle is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Niedermeyer. Walter Ridgwayeiditor of the Fay ette Advertiser, and Mrs. Kldgeway were in Columbia Sua-Jay. Miss Dorothy Whitaker, who b tak ing a course in the Summer School, spent the week-end ia New Franklin. Leslie W. Wackher of Sedalia, who played on the Varsity Basketball and baseball teams last year was. in Col umbia Friday. He is planning to enter an offic...

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. — 30 July 1918

ijwrjr' -.WSSt,1' r T W .If it -J f THE EVENING MISSOURIAN v MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR SOLDIERS INSPIRED BY HATRED OF W They Fight to End Mili tarism, Says Survivor of the Princess Pats. "WE MUST GO ON" Anything But a Smashing Victory Would Be Treas on to Our Dead. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESD2& EVENING, JULY'30t 1918, THE CALENDAR ''We are not merely one group of nations fighting against another. We are right flghUng against wrong. I am a pacifist All soldiers are paci fists. I am devoting my energies to a propaganda of peace, of war against war. War Is dirty, mean, sordid and utterly Inglorious, not noble, good and glorious." So spoke George Eustace Pearson, survivor of the famous Princess Pats, the Canadian regiment which entered the war in 1914, l'.lOO strong, 1,050 of whom had seen service, in an address at the chautauqua last night Mr. Pearson told of the mobilizing of the Princess Pats In August, 1914, and of their subsequent sufferings and triumphs. He told ...

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. — 30 July 1918

.mi aMi Minni SMjnBtfBMMQCKpyyi jffrtMBBBBlBHMMtlBMinBBgrTTa"aJB v -. A I " I I 1 J f 3 X Page Two .THEtETElONG MISSODBIAy..TUESDAY, JULY' 80, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pnbllslied erery mains except Sonaay J Toe Hlssoarla! br tbe Ulssoarlan Allocution, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Vlrtuaia Bin;, Down stairs. Phones: Soilness, 65 f hews, 171. National AdTertUlnB Bepresentatlre : Carpenter-Scneerer Co.. Fifth ATtnne Bids, New Xork; People Gu Bids. Chlcaco. Tb, Associated .Press la eiclnslrely en: titled to the use for. republication of all news dlipttcbet credited to It or Dot tberwise credited In tali paper and alto the local news published herein. Entered u second-class mall matter. City: rear, $3.75; 3 months, IL00; montb, 40 cents; cop, 2 cents. Br mall In Boone County; Tear. $123; 6 montbi, XL75; 3 months, SO cents. Ontilde tbe county: Year, SUO; 3 months, IL25; month, 45 cents. j Food Hint for Today TEACILEKS AND 1TAE 1T0BK Tbe demand for teachers is insis tent 'Women who hav...

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. — 30 July 1918

-jgmammmmmammmmmmmmmm M !- -5Sfjt"T!!7f!?'"s i :l ft BENEDICTS DEFEAT J. TO 4 Vandiver Opposes Bruner On the Mound--Fawks Hits a Homer. THRELKELD A STAR Victory in League. Race Lies Between the Faculty and Soldiers. v S Twilight League Standing. W. L. Pet Faculty Soldiers Business Benedicts Uuslness Bachelors Students - 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 4 6 .625 .571 .500 .428 .375 The Business Benedicts put In 5 runs to the Students' 4 last night In the next to the last game of the Twi light League. About forty very quiet people attended the game. The re ceipts for the Red Cross so far have been $170. The game tomorrow night promises to be one of the, most Interesting of the season. If the Soldiers win over the Bachelors, the .Soldiers will tin with the Faculty for the League pen nant; otherwise it will go to the Fac ulty without a further struggle. Bruner pitched for the Students last night, and Vandirer for the Ben edicts. Miller umpired. The game was started off by Benle of the Benedicts. He hit ...

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. — 30 July 1918

isaag,- ' Page Four THE ETEHXG MSSOUBIAy, TUES DAY, JULY 83, 1813. rL PERSONAL NOTES Warren .Br&nham baa returned from New York, where he went to bar tall goods tor his store. A. F. 'SeaXe has gone to New York on a baying trip. Dr. W. Pr. Dysart has departed for Chicago to 'begin his duties in the Medical Reserve Corps as Captain. Mr. and Mrs. Fred WIed hare" re turned from St. Louis to reside here. Mrs. Joseph Whitlow of Jefferson City is TisiUng at the home of her brother, A. N. Spencer on Edgewood arenue. Miss Agnes Gasaway of Kansas City and Miss Era Tudder of Hume, who hare been the guests.of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roster. 200 Edgewood avenue, sine last Thursday, left for their homes today. Miss Mary Lansing has gone with a party of SL Loulsans for a month's stay in Baltimore and other points in the East Miss Juaclta'Elkins, Mrs. W. H. Wil lis' assistant at the Red Cross work room, will leare shortly for a vacation in Colorado. Mrs. "Margaret Belden Funk will take Miss Elkins...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 July 1918

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OK THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' ! .. I. . I COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 31, 1918. TENTH YEAR im 1 s ".. . Hi BUS TO HEAD NEXT LOAN CAMPAIGN Fourth Drive Will Start Sep tember 28 and Continue Three Weeks. LARGER THAN LAST Boone May Be Called Upon For More Than Mil lion Dollars. H H. Banks, president of the Col umbia Savings Btfnk, has been chos en by the state organization ot the next Liberty Loan campaign to be chairman for Boone County. Mr. Banks is now working out the de tails of the campaign, preparatory to its opening, on September 28. The Fourth Loan campaign will run for three weeks. Hitherto, the cam paigns have lasted a month. The Government has decided that equally good results can be obtained in a shorter period. It has been found that the campaigns start with a flour ish, fall into a slump about the sec-s and week, and end with another out burst of enthusiam. It Is believed that the slump in the middle can be eliminated by reducing t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 July 1918

jRMC"Srr Wf' i V Page Tno THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Publlsbed every evening except 8unday by The Mlssonrlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo, Virginia Bid. Down stairs. Phones: Business. 63: News, X7. The Associated Press Is excluslrely en titled to the use for republication of all news dlsDatches credited to It or not ttherwlse credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: l'ear. J3.75; S months, J1.0O; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In BoJne County; l'ear, $125; 6 months, 11.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside the county: lear, $1.00; 3 months, J1.25; month, 43 cents. UXCLE SAX'S GUX PIAXTS The Army Ordnance Department announces the completion of fifteen of sixteen of the gun plants for forging and machining cannon. The sixteenth plant is 85 per cent complete. Of these plants fire have their machin ery installed and are operating 100 per cent. Five others are 90 per cent or more complete as to instillation of ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 July 1918

wrty '"mwbrmt,nfrt .-v- Tar- "1 ?i DON'T WORRY SOLDIERS WITH DEPRESSING LETTERS From the Committee on Public la formation: American women have been writ ing to the soldier sons serving in France with more affection than good judgment, according to reports that come back from time to time. Too often the letters contain expressions of anxiety and grief. Small worries, also, are iborne across seas and large troubles are frequently shared with the bojs away from home. "If our mothers would not worry U would be better for them and bet ter for us,' is the cry of hundreds of our boys in the hospitals of Europe," said Mrs. Edward Vickers, of Boston. t to has returned to the United States after passing three years in war work in England and France. "Men with amputations staring there in the face will say this again and again," declared Sirs. Vickers. The mother comes first at the vital mo ment and the main anxiety is that she may not suffer. When a boy Is lying in a hospital cot, every other...

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. — 31 July 1918

fJ?j. r 21- Page Four THE ETEXiyQ jnSSOURIAy, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1919. PERSONAL NOTES Mrg, C. H. Branham went to St. Louis today after being here on business. Miss Margaret Stewart returned to her home at Slater today after a visit here. L. J. Barnes went to his home at Sturgeon this morning. Mrs. Jesse Crews left for St. Louis this morning to visit her daughter, Mrs. Warren H. Johnson, there. Miss Ida Strange went to Hallsvllle this morning to visit Mrs. John But- J. H. Jackson of Huntsvllle was here on business today. Miss Mary E. Cole, who has been attending the Summer Session of the University went to her home in Mob erly today. John Burruss of Miami, Mo., went to his home today after attending to business here. J. W. Owens returned to his home at St. Joseph today after spending several days visiting his son, Herbert, who is in the Training School here. Mrs. C. M. Riley went to her home in Moberly after visiting friends here. Mrs. Julia Rooks and daughters, Helen and Pauline, l...

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

WM T3r&ZF4rS "fleW THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1918. TENTH YEAR NUMBER' 272 HALLSVILLE HEARS CANDIDATES' CLAIMS Rockyfork Voters Turn Out at Political Speaking A Snowstorm of Cards. SOME VERBAL TILTS The Rev. Mr. Mayhall De fends Word "Damn" and Uses It Freely. More than a thousand people from Rockyfork township and from Colum bia attended the "political speakin'" at Hallsvllle last night The political cigars passed freely. Nothing else In the delicatessen line proved so at tractive except the mustard-cheese sandwiches on the rear counters of the grocery stores. Candidates' announcement cards lit tered the whole main street, whore a Urge hay wagon, decorated with flags, made a speakers' platform. Barefoot boys trotted importantly back and forth with girdles of candidates' cards stuck under the shoe string bands of their strawhats like Indian headdress es. Youths who were to be initiated into the mysteries ...

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. — 1 August 1918

U , V iT . Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pnhlfihed ererr by The Missonrian Association, Incorpo- erenlng except 8anday n Aaaoclatlon. Incorpo rate, Colombia. Mo, VlttlnU 81J8. Down itairi. Phones: Business, 83; News, 17. The Associated Press Is excluslrelj en titled to the nse for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not tberwlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered as second-claas mall matter. City: Year, J3.75; S months, J1.00: month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, 1X25; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, SO cents. Ontslde the connty: Yesr. 14.50; '3 months,. IL25; month. 45 cents. Food Hint! for Today TRIPLE ECONOMY. From July 1917 to April 191S the United States exported to the Allies S0,000,000 bushels of wheat and wheat products. Of this amount, 50,000,000 was through voluntary cutting down of the American people of their consumption of wheat. Sir William ...

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. — 1 August 1918

JUpr jp.llJpii.ilUl.lifHSJlipfij",. ,ii..i 1 1 ,i! mi ii LP iwigr sHfrfl - fJS-V'3c'r(V R -T W 1 In m 16. of :t- -t- n- rb he al th he Ii- ? v K I if I FACULTY TIE FOBJBT PLACE Deciding Post-Season Game to Be Played on Rollins Field Tonight. BACHELORS BEATEN Soldiers Easily Win Over Businesss Men, 12 to 3 Four Home Runs. Twilight League Standing. W. PcL .625 .G2u .500 .375 .375 Faculty Soldiers business Benedicts Huslncss Bachelors Students 5 5 4 3 3 By defeating the Business Bache lors. 12 to 3. last night in the last scheduled game in the Twilight League, the Soldiers tied with the Fao ulty for first place. The tie will be plajed off tonight at 7 o'clock on Rol lins Field. Last night's game was one-sided. Hamilton, Hicklin, McCarthy and Wil son of the Soldiers each got a home run. The Bachelors tried three pitchers Eddie Hill started out. but walked so man) men that in the second inning, after Hamilton's homer. Roberts went to the bos. He was knocked out in the fourth. Woods then ...

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. — 1 August 1918

isr W . Page Four THEEVEDfG MISSOUHIAlf, THU BSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918. PERSONAL NOTES Miss Florence Logan, a student in the Summer School, and her sister, Miss Bess Logan, returned to their home at Smithville, Mo., today. Mrs. Jo Walker Humphreys, adviser of women at the Kirksville Normal School, is visiting Miss Nell Walker for a few days. Mr., and Mrs. John S. Denham. who live twelve miles west of Columbia, have rented the Garth apartments, 402 College avenue, and expect to move to town within -the next two weeks. Miss Sarah Catherine Tandy, who has been at Camp Kechuwa in Michi gan, returned' today. Miss Susie Manovill, a student in the Summer Session of the University, left yesterday for her home in St. Louis because of a sudden attack of appen dicitis. AMERICANS TUBS THEI 0W3f Bnsh fori Pancakes at T" Hnt Causes Fighters to Take Up Cookery. (Correspondence of the Associated Preis.) LONDON, July 15. King George missed the best part of his recent pan cake treat at the Y. M. C. A. Ea...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 August 1918

rr jsr "i." "v i $?" . ,i y w '"' """'"t l.1"". ""!3rw.,4gy J,"' S'SIjf jgJ- T. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR GOLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1918 NUMBER 273 srr . urn i V $ c 1 GOES TO SOLDIER TEAM Faculty Defeated in Decid ing Game of Season 4 to 1. HELPS RED CROSS Proceeds Amounting to $222 Will Be Turned Over for War Work. Twilight League Standing'. W. L. Pet Soldiers 6 3 .666 Faculty 5 4 .555 Business Benedicts 4 4 .500 Business Bachelors 3 5 375 Students 3 5 .375 The Soldiers won the championship of the Twilight League last night when they defeated the Faculty 4 to 1 on Rollins Field. The Faculty players were up in the air, missing catches and throwing too high. They collected five errors, the Soldiers only three. The grand stand was filled with spectators, but there were lew rooters for the Faculty. The Soldiers' rooters were out in full force. The proceeds of the season, to be given to the Red Cross, total $222.55. The expense...

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 August 1918

Ifpp fl I" f it. K i Ej. WT . Page Two t TIIE ETE5IXG jnSSOUMAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST g, 1919. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening eicept Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association. Incorpo rated, Columbia, Ito. Virginia Bids. Down stairs. Phones: Easiness, S5; News, xit. Tie Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches rredlted to It or not tberwlse credited In this paper and also the local news published Herein. Entered as Becond-class mall matter. THE NEW BOOKS City: Year. $3.73; 3 months, J1.00: month. 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; lear, J123; 6 months. JL75; 3 months. Ur cents. Outside the county: l'ear. 14.50; 3 months. flSS; month, 43 cents. THE GLORIFICATION OF BUSINESS Perhaps the most Insidious Influence at work in the world Just now Is the constant concentration on commerce and business. Nations are justified for participation In the war because of the economic pressure. America is building an enormous fl...

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 August 1918

w ar K W i THE ETEyDi'6 mSSOUBIAy, FIUD AT, AUGUST 2, 1918. SI IRS WILSON'SLEADERSHIP End to Allied Blunders Seen in President's Diplomacy. FACES 3 PROBLEMS Russia, Austria and Mex ico Demands Attention, Says Writer. By Reciprocal News Service. LONDON, July U. (by mail) The following article is translated from the Journal de Geneve, the leading paper of Switzerland. It Is typical of the sympathetic European desires to un derstand President Wilsons roreign policy. "The President of the United -States is generally regarded by the people of our continent either as the deus ex machina who will bring the war to an end or as the theorist of the League of nations. "In the eyes of Europe, Wilson is a spirit. Very rare are those who pic ture him as being flesh and blood, at grips with practical questions, bur dened with tactical cares and ques tions of procedure, working in a word, not only on policy but also diplomat lically: "Yet outside the technical prosecu tion of the war with which Mr....

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 August 1918

F W ftp r p u 6 J ! K : fcage Four THE ETEMXG 3IISS0UBL1X, FHU) AYt AUGUST g, 1913, BRITON, HELD ON U-BOAT TELLS OF BOMB. ATTACK By Associated Press. XOXDO.V. July 15 (by mail). Sen sations experienced In a German sub marine while depth bombs were being discharged overhead were described recently by a British merchant ship captain who was a prisoner for fifteen days aboard a U-boat. The English commander, captured by the Germans after his Tessel had been torpedoed, related how the depth bombs shook the under sea craft and created consternation among the sail ors, in one instance- tne iaces 01 me German became white with fear and all stood trembling after the first shot, which was not near enough to destroy the submersible. All were expecting a second discharge. The 'English commander reached his native land after having been impris loned for months at Brandenburg where, he said, he and other ship of ficers at times had been harnessed to carts which were used to haul mail and package...

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. — 3 August 1918

!jylfflmif!yjl" '.wi'yunmytfu ii TTu-- 'kfVV ' ' t mfj'"By ' t -. j"vau' ", u.jiyjn.H ") ( "fc EVENING MISSOURIAN used the r In MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1918. NUMBER 274 RSBHH!HHlHBiHHBHI!8B8HSHBIW!?iPI5FwT3s THE ff. 91 - r m DR. LDEB PISES nm MOTIVES Tells Parents Association Se cond Line of Defense is at Home. LABOR IS PROBLEM Work of New Government Employment agency Is Described. "No other country entered this war with such high motives aa the United States. No other country had less to gain and more to lose that we did," declared Dr. Isldor Loeb last night at the meeting of the parents of Boone County soldiers on the Courthou ,e lawn. The next meeting will be he.d next Friday. Doctor Loeb told of the wtork of the second, line of defense", the home line. He explained the work of the Food and Fuel administrations and of the Shipping Board. He also told of the great work done fcy the home line in the financial line....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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