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

r THE EVENING MISSOL'RIAN, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23. 191S. Page Two THE EVENING M1SSOURIAN PuMlslied evesy evening exeept Sun'JiT Jiy Tlie Mlteourian As'x-latln. Incorpo rated, Columliii. Sin. Virginia Kids. Donn fctilr. Pliune-s: Itusliie ', S3; News, 271. Kntcml as seeoncl-clas mall matter. Ac eeiitanee for mailing at si-eclJl rate of postage iiroviilcl for In Seetlun 1103. Act of Hetober 3, 1K17 authorized .eitenilcr ifi, IMS. month' 40 cents; 'copy.0;! cents. "W maii Ji'a mo"',',V sJS3!o'iftnltlft Year, $3.75; 3 man t lis. ?1.00; county: Year, Sl-VJ; Z inoiitns. i nioiitli, 4. rt-uts. THAT GERMAN FEATHER RED Itov I jnham. former Columbia mail carrier, writes back from France that he had taken prisoner a German ff.athpr I101I nml had sleDt in it in a . .. ,...:u ,.-!., i..the war laws ueriiian uUKuUl .u.uu. . ,1 trie lights, hot and cold water and a 1 piano. ; More information as to the German officers wh: formerly occupied that dugout, would be interesting. Pre- sumably they escape...

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 October 1918

"to m in nnn ,UUWJ TO Annual Report Shows 8 Mil lion Women in Canteen and Relief Work. 20,648,000 ON ROLL Ministering to 100,000 Sol-1 dicrs' Families, U. S. and Allied Armies. ST. LOl'IS. Jio.,, Oct. 23. Three hundred and twenty-five millions of dollars have been paid in or pledged to the work of the American Ked Cross in the eighteen months which have elapsed since the United States entered the war. This statement is contained in the annual message of the War Council of the Red Cross to the 3 Sj4 chapters of the organization, which was made public today. Eight million women are engaged in canteen work and the production of relief supplies through the chapters. I'p to July 1 of this year they had made 221.2S2.S3S atticles of an aggregate value og $11. 000.000. This amount is included in the total of S32.-..000.000. In the United States the Hed Cross, through its chapter workers, is help ing to add to the comfort and health of the million of our soldiers in 12 camps and cantonments,...

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 October 1918

:?- THE EYEXIXG 3IISS0UMAX, TTEDXESDAY, OCTOBER S3, 191S. Page Four SI' I 4: t- i!- PIGEON SIS LIFE 111 iJf'S LAND American Doughboy Caught In German Barrage Sends Message by Bird. NO TIME IS LOST Rescue for Soldier, Cut Off From Comrades, Comes . In Fifteen Minutes. BY FRED S. FERGUSON' (I'tilti-d I'n-ss Staff CurresimnJent) WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN FRANCE. Oct. A (I5y Mail). This is a specific instance of how a pigeon sav- wasr the doughboy asked the patrol leader, as they climbed back over the parapet to safety. "Pigeon message." came the re sponse. "Well. I'll be darned; I just played that as an outside bet. and didn't hepe tn win " hf dnuchbov countered, "but 1XKLUEXZA OX THE WASE Officials Declare Conditions Are Bet ter in the State. By United Press. JEFFERSON' CITY. Oct. 23. The curb is on Spanish influenza in Mis souri. Reports received from all scc- .uc uuuuux.' .-. , trfl.iv inrtintPil thp I'll sure hang close to those pigeons -- -- -; --",-,' .""-"-" UilliiriillL l iauiu...

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. — 24 October 1918

body gets f the boys iches and THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1918 NUMBER 46 )M)S I es ! are e line in Co d test 'ice. HOES UIIIIIIIII: 1 a c s c s IIS TO BE T Capture of City Would Be Only Matter of Days, bay Allied Diplomats Forces Ready for Drive. MUTINIES INCREASE IN GERMAN TROOPS British Continue Advance in Northern France and Bel gium Americans Capture Two Villages. BY K AYM ONDCL APPER (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. Tur key must surrender uncondition ally or succumb to an Allied drive on Constantinople. Turkish ageuts in Switzerland are in touch with Allied represen tatives, according to authorita tive diplomatic sources here to day. Greek and Allied troops have prepared themselves for a rapid push across the Dedeagateh-Ad-rianople line. They are being held in readiness and are amply equip ped for hot fighting. Occupation of Constantinople would be only a matter of a few days, it is said, in dipl...

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 October 1918

mWKK'm&mwmssmimmmmpmmmmmmm, j9a- 5V .F? !-.. ..- - -- "Ki r ""- - v fflCTsa-T-y-yJijWlJ UWVip&1f:3FFWVWS--y.r.- Page Two THE EVEXI.XG MISSOORIAy, THIXRSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 191S. ' j- T J"r-y' T3 y inmi'IiiHIBE If I'lrfWH Hi! 'Hill MHMMM 111 W I yilMi " Ii WIIH i i HlMllh I mi I nllMtoMHi 1 JJIIIiW Hi! Mil I I l ! 1 "" ' iTv" v-'" I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN I'uMHlicil every en-nine except Sunday ly The Mlaanurlin Association. Incorpo rated. Columhli, Mo Virginia Hide. Donn RtxlM. I'liunei: Itnslnt-s. 53; News, 274. In tairvut u uaAnnil.ilaa tnnll wnMttnw 4 n urn it u tie muiiii-viaiiii uiiu ni.ttl. Jv- oeptanep for mailinc at special rate of ifu-uiv inuiiwii lor iu evuou iiiu, -ci of fhtolHT 3, lUI" authorized Septemlier ji, i:i. rity: Year. $3": 3 months. $1.00; month. 40 cents; copy. 2 conH. ISy null in Iloone County; lear. $."5-25; 6 months, Sl.,.; 3 months, Mt rents Outside the ounty: Vi-jr. $150; 3 months, $1.25; month, 43 cents military authorities in the popular will; the p...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 October 1918

n ir-mmmpm z- - i . iff i 5 1 i i 3 $, 3 .' WfiRlfORK LEADERS ' PLAN IEJPPNGN ' L jl. M. McPheeters and Dean Walter Miller to Learn Details at Chicago. pupils "WILL HELP Columbia's Quota $14,000;! County's SJj.UUU Over subscription Asked. H M. McPheeters. Boone County ( manager of the United ar Work campaign, which will take place from Xotember 11 to 18. and Dean Walter Miller, district chairman, will attend a meeting cf the western conference of workers to be held at Chicago Saturday to perfect plans for the campaign. The meeting will be presided over by Dr. John R. Mott of New York, In ternational secretary of the Y.M.C.A. and national chairman of the United VTar Work drive A unique feature of the drive will be the organization of the school boys and girls into the "Victory Boys and Each member is supposed to Girls. tacn luemuur is supposeu 10 earn $5 to contribute to the fund. The money that they raise will go into a separate fund; that is, it is not counted in the quota of the c...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 October 1918

& mil iniiiH""iiiiiwii i f Page Fonr THE ETENINGMISSOURUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918. i P War Department Tells of Work Done by Dr. J. A. Watkins. GRADUATE OF M. U. to Mini- Sickness Reduced mum at Nitro Under His Direction. RED CROSS BUILDING LAVA CITY Cement Taken From A'alley of Tom pell Ued. ROME. Oct. 5 (By Mail). Along the ancient walls of Pisa the American Red Cross is completing a suburb to shelter the Venetian refugees. The buildings are being constructed of a cement of a new kind not yet widely adopted. They comprise about ninety blocks and the material is brought from the Valley of Pompeii. It is composed of Vesuvian small stones, recognized as superior for their adhesive quality. Transportation difficulties have de layed the Pisan builders, who are now going ahead rapidly. Of the ninety How Dr. J. A. Watkins, a former mocks, clgnty will De uniiorm, eacn .l:..r.i.i t. :.. i.. .ti.lx.. Boone Countv boy and a graduate oftuuc " " u"u.nKa. -ih,. TTnirnrdtV nf MinnH. KPt n...

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

w :' -5 I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1918 NUMBER 4J 1 HPDMJ.- : 1 l GE RiN SAY IS STEP TOWARD PEACE Prices Rise on Berlin Stock Exchange, But Another Re port Says Crowds Demand Abdication. IMPORTANT ALLIED CONFERENCE SOON Colonel E. M. House, Admir al Benson and General Bliss Will Be Representatives of v America. Iiy United Press COPENHAGEN. Oct. 2."). The German press, although not satis fied with President "Wilson's re ply, declares the note means prog ress toward peaee. The Berlin stock exchange is optimistic and prices have risen since "Wilson's reply became known. "The- military situation is grave but not desperate. "We are still able to make a stiff resist ance." General von Schonch, Prussian war minister, told the Reichstag, according to a dispatch received here today. BY ROBERT J. BENDER (United Trew Staff Correspondent) "WASHINGTON. Oct. 25. At an important inter-Allied confer ence to be held immediately in Paris, pr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 October 1918

rr--K" - t ?PiSPiPilTOPP,fPPP5' V - P Page Tw THE ETEMXG MISSOURIAy, FRI DAY, OCTOBER 2S. 1913. Mfj J8ft58l m -i " !K I i H f- k-i U THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Memlter Audit Itimi of Circulations. I'ulilLilietl eery evening except Sunday by Tbe Missourlan Association. Incorpo rate.1, Columbli. Mo. Virginia VMS. Down, .suirs, I'liones: limine-!. S3; New, 274. Entered a neeond-eljHS mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of imstace proTliI.! for In Section 1103. Act f Oi toler 3, WIT authorized September Lti, rjis states or counties by the shipping of liquor across boundary lines. For the sake of national prohibition, Missourians should pass the state prohibition amendment. CHAXCE FOR BRITISH SETTLERS Ilata Collected on I'. S. and Canada Soldiers 0Tereas Spread Ideas. British sailors and soldiers who. after the war, may want to settle injtice in the world Xenophon Caverno has been ap-( the United States or Canada are now i,0Jii(r a Gift Horse people, in so favorable a positi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 October 1918

w I IAS BEEN ON FIVE nOHTS SINCE MUCH Lieutenant Dinwiddie Groves Says He Is Fond of Attacks. I FORGET HARDSHIPS Wants to Fight With Rifles Before the End of the War. N The following is an extract from a letter from Lieutenant Robert Din vriddie Groves formerly of the M. U. Tigers and a graduate of the School of Law of the University. Lieutenant Groves Is a member of the 17th Field Artillery and has been in active ser vice in France since last March: "We are having a little battle now and I am sitting in a field of barbed wire where the lines were a few days ago. waiting for orders. We have taken about 2.000 prisoners and a lot of territory and are still going. I am fond of making these attacks although it is hard work, and it rains always and the mud is deep and you ret no sleep, but when the hour ar rives, you forget all of that, and go to pumping the metal into the boche 1 1 lo.n ,ni, I imt .iPrtn.l I with a keen relish. I almost deserted the battery, when the doughboys lined up ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 October 1918

F THE ETENINC. MISSOUBIAX, FRI PAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918. Page Fonr lb t - fr - U SSk" t K BUTTER CAN BE KEPT EASILY W. B. Combs Tells How to Store It for Winter Use, There is little doubt in many minds that butter will reach a price of $1 a pound this winter. Whether this is true or not, it is certain butter will not drop in price. Since butter can be kept just as easily as fruits and vegetables, some fanners are giving much attention to the storing of but ter for winter use. Following are the directions, given in brief by W. B. Combs or the College of Agriculture, for storing butter. "Make butter from sweet or only slightly sour cream. Salt as usual. I Scald all utensils that are to come in j contact with the cream or butter. Pack butter firmly in one or two-! pound crocks. Wrap each crock with muslin which has been boiled previ ously. Place crocks containing but ter in a larger crock and cover with brine of sufficient strength to float an egg. To every three pounds of salt used, add ...

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 October 1918

'. W&V - T-J'T- THE EVENING MISSOURIAN i1 ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1918 NUMBER 48 I AUSTRIA IS PREPARING TO DEMOBILIZE ARMIES Plans Are Under Way Already, According to Official Dispatches From Vicnra. SOLF 7sHURT Repudiates Idea That Germany Ii Not Sin cere in Accepting Wil son's 14 Points. By United Tress. COPENHAGEN, Oct. 26. Preparations for the demobiliza- tion of the Austro-IIungarian ar mies are under way, according to official dispatches received from Vienna today. Br United Press. AMSTERDAM, Oct. 26. "The German government emphatically repudiates the suggestion that it has not the intention of honestly currying out President Wilson's principles," Foreign Secretary Solf declared in the Reichstag, ac- cording to dispatches recen ed . here today. "Regarding AIsnio-Tjnrr.iini ' ..- 7 which is expressly mentioned in the fourteen points, we agree to regulation of the question lv peace negotiations. 'We intend loyally and with complete jus...

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

tsn; . V. Bg.'a h- - -- p ?3Tr "S,in3P)JmfyV- "yK" THE ETE.MXG 3I1SS0URIAX, SATU RDAY, OCTOBER 26," WIS. f'f Page Tno f Tr i - r s. w THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Ciirciu of Circulations. I'uIilUum every evening except Sunday iiy,iue .Miv)uri.in Ansociaunn, incorpo rited, Columbli, Jlo Vlrplnl 1 IIIili: Dunn- stairs. I'Lones. liuslness, .; News, 274 slder. The Government Is not per mitting the erection of many new buildings nowadays. Entered as second class mal! raitter Ac ceptance for mailing at special rite of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September li. IU1S City: Year, $375, 3 montlis. $100; montli. 40 cents; copy, 2 cents By mall In Iloone County; ear, 1.25; 0 montlis, J1.75; 3 montlis, 00 cents Outside the county: lear, $1.50; 3 months, $1.25 ; month, 43 cents A KMM'KOUT FOR AUSTRIA I Perhaps never before was the value of a unified command for the Allies GRATITUDE Look oter the whole creation and ou shall see that the band or cem...

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. — 26 October 1918

w N A tr -il ' s y THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, 8ATU KDAT, OCTOBER 26, 191S. SPORT I f Everett Javaux. member of last sea- on's freshman uaseuju i.u u...i inner of the Bob Simpson high hur- Me trophy is at the following address. Drill Company 334 I. Paris Island, S. k-We have several teams down here. I do not tninK i win nave a Page Three Nebraska score. Iowa held once with in her two-yard line. Kriemelmeyer has been shifted .from tackle to guard. The Nebras ka line will be left with but one vet eran. Edward Lamphere, a star on the 1917 freshman team, had been groomed to play center on this year's varsity. Monty Munn, who played on Lincoln High last year held dow: I the pivot position in the line against but 1 ... ... ..,...,, ,. I the Hawkeves. Clarence Cvnreanson. v .w to Irv ne nrues. mil pruu- - -. -- CZ sentVo the machine gun school another Lincoln lli nian iust entci" JniL N Y. shortly. A corporal ' inS the university, played left end. m methe other day that he knew ' William Lantz...

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 October 1918

T1IE EYEXIXO M1SS0DRIAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1918. CHEEHFDL LETTERS HELP TJO0L0IERS Private Asks Why People Are So Stupid as to Write Sad Letters. I Page Fonr r-2. MAGAZINES SCARCE They Read Something Most of the Time to Keep the Mind Occupied. "Your letters bring nip cheer and help. Some fellows' families write such unpardonably distressing letters, they tell me. How can people be so stupid? It is a mystery to me. Can't they realize that there is enough to depress the boys so far separated from all they love without contribut ing to their unhappiness?" writes Pri vate John Dunnegan to his father. John Dunnegan is a former student in the University who has been for several months In France. His home is in the Ozarks. "One day last week our "gcncral issmo" was looking over the camp. He was reported to have been well impressed. It is surprising the amount of work that has been done In this camp. It looks as if our ef forts were only beginning. "The haze of autumn has begun to cover t...

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

1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28. 1918 NUMBER 49 I INFLUENZA CAUSES 6 IN , Dr. Xorris Reports 229 Cas es Outside of Columbia in Last Week. DECLINES IN CITY Epidemic Past Climax, Says Head of County Board of Health. There were four deaths from influ enza in Columbia yesterday and today, and two in the country near here. Mrs Clara II Simpson, wife of Dr. Llojd Simpson, aied at her home, five miles west of town. She was 44 jears old and was born in St. Louis. Be side her husband, Mrs. Simpson leaves three children. Frances, Robert and Clare. The body was sent to St. I,ou s t daj for burial. Mrs. Fred Coons. 17 jears old. of Oak sticet. who died Sunday night, was buried this afternoon at Oak Grove Cemetery. Her husband workb in the Dorn-CIoney Laundry. Charles Gelpln, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gelpin. 506 Hollis street, was buried this afternoon at Nashville Cemetery. Harrison Smallwood. 45 years old. who lived at 500 Hollis ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 October 1918

i J I ! f t I . f ' Fl Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by Tue Mlsourian Association, incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Hide. Down-j-talrs. Pliones: Business, M; News, 274. THE ETEMXG 3IISS0UMAS. 3I0XPAY, OCTOBER 2S, 191S. HALLOWEEN A NIGHT OF GAYETY Entered ns secoml-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of pot.iRe provmed lor in section him, -aci of October 3, 1U17 authorized September 'JO, 1U1S. Citv: Year, $3.75; 3 months, 51.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mail In Boone County; Year, $3.25; C months, $1.75; 3 months, V) cents. Outside the county: Year, $1.50; 3 montbs, $1.25; mouth. 15 cents. OYER HERE The civilian population of America too frequently fails to realize the potent influence it can exert in the winning of the war. We say, "I have bought a Liberty Bond and I use only one spoonful of sugar in my coffee," and let it go at that. There is a mental as well as a phys...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 October 1918

wmwh IB-"" '-' "Hju.', Ji"irisPUf!!J ,V.iijUJWJi-''''1'w'i"LJllPW)ff 1 ilsHTBOis GERMS FROM I Unit of Lieut. Russell Moore Mentioned for Work in Offensive. DESCRIBES BATTLE Vrites Letter to Mother, Mrs. E. D. Moore, Telling His Impressions. lieutenant Russell Moore, a former student in the College of Agriculture of the University, now with the Eighth Aero Squadron in France, writes to Us mother. Mrs. E. D. Moore, or Co lumb'a. describing his first real ex perience under fire and telling her that his squadron has been mentioned for its excellent work in the American offensive. I piloted the first infantry contact Mtrol machine on the line on the morning of the twelfth." Lieutenant Moore said. "The roar of my engine drowned out all other sounds except vhai a large shell burst near. Signal rockets of every color pushed up at different points. The artillery flashes from both sides, the thin streaks from tie rifles and every shell burst gave ap an angry red spurt. Tanks were creeping alo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 October 1918

RfjHRgm gw sVi. -'?sjer3? t. v s. I f rr Page Four CURUGN FOR NUT SHELLSJSjTILL Oil Million Pounds Daily Need edOnly One-Third of Amount Supplied. postoffTceTto AID Virginia Avenue Club Boys Will Come After Your v Collection. The Government need for nut shells and fruit pits for gas masks Is as great as eter though the idea that the campaign Is over is prevalent. The need is for 1.000.000 pounds daily, while the supply that can be obtained has been only about one-third of that amount so far. Receptacles for collecting the nuts and stones have been placed at the postofflce. the lied Cross rooms and the Unitersity Y. W. C. A., and mer chants have expressed their willing ness to collect whatever supplies arc brought to their stores. Miss Helen Greene, organizer of the junior division of the Virginia Avenue Club, which is composed of children between the ages of 9 and IS. said that the bays would call for supplies of the stones and pits If the collectors are unable to deliver them to a ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 October 1918

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLOMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1918 NUMBER 50 ITALY BREAKS FOE'S LINE; TEN MILESBEYOND PIAVE Troops Advance on Continuous Front of 37 Miles Reinforcements Pour Across Newly Erect ed Bridges All Night Long and Increase Pres sure on Austrians. BRITISH FORCES. AID ATTACK Allied Soldiers Cross Monticano River Great Wedge Is Driven Into Enemy Positions North east of Treviso 13,000 Prisoners Are Taken in Two Days. 15V IlKXRY WOOD - (United Tress Staff Correspondent) WITH TIIH ITALIAN ARM IKS IX TIIK l-'IKLD. Oct. 2!) (10 a. in. 1. The Italians arc now advancing on a continuous front of over thirty-seven miles exteiiliii: from cast of .Mont Spinoncia to Kocaimk'Hc. Tin Austria lines liavc liccn completely pieiveri cast of the I'iave. Italian patrols already have crossed .Monticano River, nearly -ten jail cs hevond the Piave. Text of Austria's Note BASEL, October 28. The Austro-Hungarian note notifying President Wilson that Austria-Hung...

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