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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 August 1918

, .. ,- '.yfrTip '"WT- p9g&' ,S .;..- Kfi K'tw nyf!H ! fRB! pgwyy1 iqi' B ' ml" "ivwy.''vflWw'wra''"1"1 j- f I - Ks I i r Page Four THE EYEMSG 3IISS0UBIAX, MOX DAT, AUGUST 26, 1919. FOR NEXTU. S. LOAN Every School District to Be Organized by Opening of Campaign. QUOTA TO BE BIG Boone County May Be Call ed on for More Than $1,000,000. "Every man is expected 'to do his duty In the coming Liberty Loan drhe.U said H. 11. Banks, chairman of the Boone County Liberty Loan Com mittee, today in reference to the cam paign for the Fourth Liberty Loan, which will begin September 28. "Don't leave it to the other fellow to raise the money to carry on the war; subscribe jour full share to the loan." And remember this: Though no defi nite announcement has yet been made of the total amount to be raised by the loan, it is thought that $6,000,000,000 will be set as the goal. This means that quotas everywhere will be double what they were in the last loan. (Boone County's quota in the Third Loan wa...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 August 1918

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR ' COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1918. NUMBER 294 J i il . fl 1-1 a u & tf mi STUDENTS BEGIN TO CAR Entrance Examinations Start Today, Marking New School Term. Y. M. C A. IS BUSY Registration Friday and Sat urday Classes Next Monday. "Hello. Bill! Qlad to see you. When did you get In?" "Hello, Shorty, how are you? I got here on the afternoon Wabash. Isn't It great to be back again?" Thus old friends greet each other upcn their return. The incoming flow of students to Columbia has begun. 'It is too early yet for them to come in any great numbers, but the advance guard is leading the way. Many new students come early to see about their entrance credits, to arrange for room and beard, and to get acquainted be fore schol starts. Fraternity and sorority members re turn in advance of the main body of students to put their houses in shape and get ready for rush week. The average student who has been here ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 August 1918

1 THE ETENING MISSOURIAN, TDE SDAY, AUGUST 27, 1918. Pare Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pabllibed every evening except Sunday by The lUssoarlan Aaioclatlon, Incorpo rated, Colombia, Mo. Virginia Bide. Down italra. Pbooei: Builneia, 85; Newi, Z74. The Associated Freaa la exclusively en titled to tbe use for republlcatloa of all new a dlspatcbea credited to H or not tberwlbe credited In tbla paper and alio tbe local newa publlsbed Herein. Entered aa aecond-claaa mall matter. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months J1.00; montb, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mail In Iioone County; Year. JX2J; 6 montba, (1.75; 3 montba, 00 cents. Outside tbe county: Year. fiM; 3 montba, 11.23; montb, 45 cents. STCD1 MODERN LANGUAGES The value of the study of modern languages is stressed in a special gov ernment committee report in Great Britian. "Modern studies," says the report, are the study of man in all his high er activities, and they have a spe cial moral value. They are also an instrument of culture, and by cultu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 August 1918

t Vfv 1 '4H Hfi' THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIAy, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919. T CAPTAIN BUCKS GERMAN LINE Carl L. Ristine Finds Shells Plentiful, But Escapes Unscathed. NEAR FRONT TRENCH "Wonderful Bunch of Men," He Writes, Telling of Of ficer's Death. The following letter was written by Carl L. Ristine, Tiger football captain in 1909, now lieutenant colonel of the 139th Infantry in Prance: "I am in the front line for my sec ond tour and have a regiment on my hands. You can tell President Hill that I have as many men to take care of as he has professors and students all told. "Right now I am in my dugout and comparatively safe. I am about 1.000 yards from the front lines, but spend most of my time in forward positions. Have been very lucky so far not a scratch to date. And that doesn't mean that I have not been around where they were mighty careless with high exploshes either. "I have been caught iu open trench es a few times during shelling, and one time counted more than forty shell holes wi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 August 1918

tefcafaMmgrvMia THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 191S. Page Four r- AT EIGHTIETH IT CONVENT Churches From Boone, Cal laway and Montgomery ' Counties Represented. HAS JL000 MEMBERS Executive Board of District Missions Will Report Tomorrow. Several hundred persons are attend ing the eightieth annual meeting of the Little Bonne Femme Baptist Associa tion at the Baptist Church today. The association comprises the churches in Boone and Callaway coun ties and two churches in Montgomery County. About forty churches are rep resented and there are 5,000 member. The principal topics discussed todav were home, foreign and "Uate miss'ont and educational and religious litera ture. D. J. Evans of William Jewell College, Liberty, conducted the devo tional meeting and the Hev. C A. Mitchell of Callaway County gave the introductory address. I). If. Harris, Fulton, was elected moderator; G. V. Hatcher. Columbia, clerk; L. D. Haig. Columbia, treasur er of the Boone County Division, and W. C...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 August 1918

Tr-;: r-e '3lWm7wirfqmK p THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR U. S. WHEAT PROGRAM RADICALLY tlNGED One Pound of Substitutes to Four of Flour Is New Proportion. MIXED FLOUR NEXT It Latter Is Bought No Sub stitutes at all Need Be Taken. Radical changes in the present wheat conservation rules, effective September 1, were announced by the Food AdmTmistratfon this morning. After that date only 20 per cent of substitutes will be requiied with pur chases of wheat flour, instead of 50 per cent as at present. Consumers may either buy standard wheat flour with 20 per cent of sub stitutes, or they may buy Victory mix ed flours containing 20 per cent of substitutes mixed at the mills. If standard wheat flour Is bought, one pound of substitutes with every four pounds of wheat flour must be bought. If the mixed flour is bought, no other substitute need be taken. The announcement by the Food Ad ministration is in part as follows: "The recent careful survey by the Food ...

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. — 28 August 1918

MII,IHH1SI!!PWJHSHBEWWbRbs n H SI ,f ! r- He " m -' WUfct ingB inn W' I. 7 1 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening? except Scnaaj sgourun Association, incoriw tated. Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bia. Down- Phones: The Associated Presa It exclnslrely en titiAfi n thA nRA for rpDnbllcatlon of all news dispatches credited to It or not atnersrUe credited In this paper and alio the local news pnDiuneg. nercin. Entered ai second-clasi mall matter. City: rear, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00: month. 40 centa; copy, t AntB Rf mall j la Boifne County: Year, JX23: 6 montha. JL75; 3 months, 80 centa. Outside tne county: l'ear, JliO: 3 months, $L25; month, 43 cents. THE CHURCH OF THE FUTURE Some notable utterances were made by the president of the British Meth odist Conference at Its recent annual session in discussing the church of the future. Stress was laid "upon the ideal of the Church as one not of sect, or credal form, or magical suc cession of priestly orders, but as one of spirit and life. ...

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 August 1918

THE EYENENG MISSOURlAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1813. PS ThrM IT'S A DOG'S -LIFE, SIGHS CIRCUS ELEPHANT PLUNKETT AGAIN fAUXltaAftlSxpnW n ASKS JiE RULE Chairman of Irish Conven tion Wants Question Settled. GIVES ARGUMENTS Savs Britain Wants Skirts Clear at Peace Conference. - By Associated Tress. LONDON', July 29 (by mall). Urg ing the British government to fulfill its promise of home rule for Ireland, Sir Horace Plunkett,wwho was chair man of the Irish Convention, asserts In a statement that "the average Eng lishman still wants the political ques tion settled firstly, as an -tTbllgatlon of honor; secondly, because he is con vinced that her admitted political grievance stands in the way of Ire land's co-operation in the war. "There are two further compelling reasons widely felt, especially in Lib eral and Labor circles, for a Just, and even a geuerous, settlement," contin ued Sir Horace. "First, It is felt that the influence of England at the Peace Conference will be seriously impaire...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 August 1918

Certain 1doa" and "do net's" that may be found suggestive and helpful on a sugar kitchen card have been compiled by the Missouri Division of the Food Administration. They are ag follows: Do not serve sugar desserts. Do not sweeten fruit indiscrimin ately. Do not hoard. Buy only two pounds at a time If you are a city dweller, or five pounds if you live remote from markets. Do not use sugar on cereals when fruit juices will do as welL IDo not fput an open sugar bowl on the table. Do not frost your cakes. Do use fruit Juices for sweetening summer drinks. Do can and preserve fruits without sugar, whenever possible. Do return to the grocer any unused balance left from canning allotment. Do remember that our soldiers need sugar more than we do. ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF KEN MAN.rOlVER BILL (Continued from Page 1) Says Student Can Prepare for Service That He Likes Best. CAPT. W. O. HILL HERE Assistant to Commandant Has Had Artillery Experience. "One advantage of the Students Army Training Corp...

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

HI THE EVENING MISSOHRIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS- TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1918. I NUMBER 296 ---&! COLUMBIA 10 GREET T Father John P. J. Spencer Will Hold Ficst Services Here Sunday. ARRIVEDYESTERDAY Reception Honors Both Fath er Spencer and Father T. J. Lloyd. Columbia will have its first oppor tunity to welcome the Rev. Father John Patrick Joseph Spencer tonight at the Knights of Columbus reception on the lawn of the parish residence, 111 Waugh street. Father Spencer is succeeding Father T. J. Lloyd as pas tor of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Father Spencer, who is medium in height, well spt up with a slenderness that impresses one cf stored up ener gy and itality. arrived In Columbia yesterday afternoon. He will hold his first services at the Catholic Church Sunday morning at 7 and again at 10 o'clock. He is 39 years old. His black hair shous a slight tinge of dark gray. His eyes are brown in a subdued light but in bright light ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 August 1918

THE EVEXISG 3IISS0UEIAN, THUBSI&Y, AUGUST 29, 1913. Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pabllabed ercry evening except Snnaay by The MlssoarUn Association, Incorpc- KkHA PVilnmhL 1n Vlrzlnll Bldz. Down italri. Pbonei: Enslnen, 63; Newi, 171. CASUALTY LIST The Associated Tress la exclusively en titled to tbe nae for republication of ill Dews dispatches credited to it or not tnernise cre'dlted In this paper and also tbe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year. J3.73; 3 months, 11.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, J125; 0 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside tbe county: Year, $1.50; 3 months, JL25; month, 45 cents. THE FOOLISHNESS OF PREACHING In welcoming back to England Dr. Jowctt, one of the greatest preachers of the English speaking world, Lloyd George spoke of the value of the preacher to the nation when peace is signed. The falling back to normal conditions will be the cause of grave disturbances. What sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 August 1918

F? iTN LV D. S, SEEKS IN FOR ISO! WORK Classification of Non-Essen-tial Industries of State Be- -ing Made. QUOTA 25,260 IN That Many Unskilled Labor ers Must Be Had for Es sential Work. By Associated Press. KANSAS CITY, Auir. 29. Commun ity labor boards and county enroll ment agents of the United States Pub lic Service Reserve of Missouri now are engaged in the work of classify ing the essential and non-essential war industries of tho state, with a view to the redistribution of labor from non-essential to essential occu pations. According to W. W. Brown, federal director for the United States Em ployment Service for Missouri, more than 700 industries of the state now have war contracts, but many of these are working only a part of their men on the government work. Many may be able to throw their whole effort into government work, but if not, these and the non-essential indus tries will be called upon to make up .Missouri's latest assigned quota of 25.2C0 unskilled laborers which mus...

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 August 1918

m& agjjya'jwj "" ivi" '"?; ' THE EYEMSG jnSSOUItUX, TIIUR SPAY,' AUGUST 29, 1919. I' Pago Four s IX Britain Increases Allowances. LONDON. July 25 (by mail). A new scale of separation allowances for sol diers, sailors and airmen just Issued, will, it is estimated, cost 23.000.00u pounds yearly. THE STUDENT STORE E0R FIFTY YEARS Ask any old student of the U. of M. and they can di rect you to this store. Where you will find Stein Block, Society Brand Sophomore andLangham High Suits and Overcoats in patterns, style and price that will appeal to your tastes as well as your purses. We are headquarters for Stetson Hats Manhattan and Metric Shirts and all high grade furnishing goods. Come and meet us Ma,ke this your headquarters, Ijgggjgfegg? tt 'Everybody's Store I :V Billiben Shoes SCHOOL Shoe Season Is here again and we ask the consideration of Par ents desiring to secure partic ularly Good School Shoes! Our School Shoes were made for us by Special Mak ers. Only the pick of the best ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 August 1918

sm i a- A THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1918. UISHS CITiS SEE CITY AND SCHOOLS Twenty-Six Auto Loads Arrive From Jefferson City. WILL DINE TONIGHT Good Fellowship Is Aim of Tour Through Central Missouri. One hundred and twenty-live hun gry, weary Kansas Citians arrived In Columbia about two o'clock this af ternoon on the first of their three-day "Good Fellowship" tours over the state in the interest of closer relations and better co-operation among the business men of the state. They are members of the Young Men's Division of the Chamber of Commerce of Kansas City. Many are accompanied by their wives. The Young Men's Division is accus tomed to take four similar trips dur ing the year, on one of which the members take along their wives. The party, led by a red pilot car, left Kansas City yesterday morning at 7:30. There are twenty-six cars mak ing the tour. They had a meeting in Warrensburg and continue...

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 August 1918

7 jiggl Page Tno i r Us f n i r ! I r f- 3? THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ME ETEMNG HISSOUBIAJ, FBIDAY, AUGUSX SO, 1918. Published every evening except, Snndij by Tbe MUioerlAn Association, incorpo rated. Columbia, Mo. VIrlla Bid-. Down -i. - Tt-ka Kt ICawa 47-1 The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited, to It or not stberwise credited In this paper and also tbe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mail matter. City: Year. J3.73; S months, $1.00: month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Ucxffle County; Year, $3-25; 6 months, 11.75; 3 months. 90 cents. Outside tbe county: Year. t50; 3 months, $1-25 ; month, 45 cents. DEJIOCBACY AND LABOR "We cannot make the world sate for democracy without extending de mocracy to the world of labor," writes JC W. Taylor In an editorial In the Christian Century. "There can be no real and continuing political democra cy without an Industrial democracy. If we fighffor the rights...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 August 1918

T-a i- "Skf'VSS:-"' - f W"VL -f'sc ?i .- . Ms TE UTQNHANDSEENIN ANTI-JAPANE SE TALK Nippon Is Rightly on Side of Democracy, bays Orient al Lawyer. FOLLOWSlTs. IDEALS Germany Is Determined Ja pan and America Shall Not Be Friends. Br Associated Press. CLEVELAND, "0.. Aug. 30. Japan has the same Ideals as those to which America is dedicated, declared Tsune- Jlro Miyaoka of Yokohoma In an ad dress last night before the annual meeting of the American Bar Associa tion. - "We stand for the rights of human ity," he added. Mr. Miyaoka formerly was charge d' affaires and counsellor of the Japanese embassy in Washington and is regard ed as one of the prominent lawyers of Japan. " "In this great war," continued Mr. Miyaoka, "It is whispered here and there whether Japan has not misplaced herself in siding with the Allies against the Central Empires of Eu rope. iWhen President Wilson declar ed that this was a war of democracy versus autocracy, manifestly he did not mean that this was a war of rep...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 August 1918

fllHHHiHHIBHHHIHHBHBM2" " iwhhumhhii in m te-C -V El ' ms f t . t H Page Fonr , I YMIK IFBF bOtTIT- notes i I GERMANYJSASSURED Bt Gan't Replace Russian Army, Tjf Says Berlin Lokal H nzcigcr. I "LACK W ' THE ETESLNG MISSOURI!, FBID AY, AUGUST 30, 191S. ' Misses Frances and Exie Gray have returned home from a visit with friends In Salsburjv Mo. Dr. J. P. Mitchell left yesterday on a business trip to Los Angeles, Cal. LOXDOX EATS MOCK ICE CKEAJl MUNITIONS" Paper Happy Because "Sew ing Machine Plant Can't Make Guns." Bj- Reciprocal News Serrice. LONDON. Aug. 6 (by mall). This is a sample, not of German humor but of what the German press is in all seriousness telling Its readers about the American armies; it is translated from the Berlin Lokal-Anzeiger: "We are far from denying that the Americans possess excellent material. Anyone who saw the American soldiers In the Boxer War must have been pleased with their wiry, sinewy fig ures, but must have recognised at the first gjahce that they ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 August 1918

1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1918. w i REL GIOUS PROSUI FOR FALIJTARTED Churches to Make Special Appeal to Students Tomorrow. VACATIONS ARE OVER During Recent Months Some Services Had Been Discontinued. The Sunday services of the church es of Columbia tomorrow will offer special attractions to the students, Several of the churches conduct spe cial closses for students. All extend a cordial invitation to the students to come to the services and get ac quainted. Fall sen ices during the day are planned. During the summer several of the ministers have been on vaca tions and for this reason some of the services have been dispensed with. They have returned and will be pre pared to greet their congregations to morrow. The Calvary Episcopal Church will begin services again tomorrow. The church has been closed during the ab sence of the rector, the Rev. B. E. Heed, who has been away during July and August...

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. — 31 August 1918

& hfe fcase Two THE EVENUfG 3IISSOURIA SATURDAT EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pnbllsbed erery eTenlng except SnndiJ by The Mlssourlsn Assoclstioa, Incorpo rated. Columbia, Slo. Virginia Bids. Down. Hairs, mooes: uaiiaesa, oi .cw, i TLe Associated Press 1 exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication or all news dlspatcnes credited to It or not tbernise credited In this paper and alto tbe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year. $3.73; 3 months. $1X0. montb, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. By mall in liodne County: lear. 125: 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside tbe county: lear. $1.50; 3 montns, $L25; montb, 45 cents. THE PROHIBITION BILL "That after June 30, 1919, until the conclusion of the present war and Food Hint for Today Bunnies for Beef. Individually and collectively we Americans all want to do something to help fight the foe, says the United States Food Administration. If it is food we wish to conserve we con...

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. — 31 August 1918

"i THE EYESPrO MSSOCKIAy, SATURDAY ETEyPTQ, AUGUST Si, 1913. ii u m i iimi"p. mm -i Page ThrM L LEI W SERIES Produces Eight Champion ship Teams Against Five in National. 1918 GAMES SOON Nationals Have Not Won Since Braves Victory in 1914. By Associated Press. NEW YORK. Aug 31. Regardless of the outcome o the coming World Series the lead secured in recent years by the American League teams is suf ficient to hold the National League in check. The clash of 191S, which opens nett Wednesday will be the fourteenth 'ti- der the auspices of the National Com mission. Of the thirteen series which are now part of diamond history the American, Leegue Clubs have, won eight while five have been the por tion of the National. The last victory by a National Lea gue team was the record performances of the Boston players in 1914. vlicr the Braves swept the Philadelphia Ath letics before them in four straight games, which caused the eventual :U ruption of the famous Shine Perk baseball machine. Previou...

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