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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 August 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1917. WOUNDED SUES TO I ET Those Too Badly Injured to Write to Have Letters Sent for Them. v, NEED MANY CLERKS Work to Be Done by Newly Organized "Statistical Di vision" of Armv. Ily United Press WASHINGTON', August 21. Every Sammy in France will have a secretary to write letters to his folks if he is too badly wounded or too busy swat ting the Doches to do it himself. Adju tant General McCain has arranged the same escrctariat system for the first GS7.000 draft Sammies in cantonment camps in this country this fall. And for the miliatiamen, likewise. "Our plan to enable friends and rel atives of American soldiers to get prompt information as to their wel fare," said General McCain today, "will require, for every million men, about 1,200 officers, enlisted men and field clerks." World headquarters for this organization, which is already at work, will be in the State, War and Navy Building in Washington. It is known officially as "The S...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 August 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAJf, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1917. I51 PftirA Fnnr K. i. 1 " f- REO CROSS SOCIETY OUTLINES ITS EDS .Aims to Co-ordinate Work of Relief Organizations. Red Cross cannot provide shipping ar rangements for articles other than those which its investigations in Eu rope show to be required there. "It is the hope that organizations which have devoted themselves merely to collecting funds will, after having used their present funds according to the designation of the donors, divert their efforts to soliciting funds which fc. lions. ma,. oe utilized along lines for which experience acquired abroad shows a paramount need to exist. "The Red Cross has assumed admin istration of the War Relief Clearing House in France, and will continue its functions. By reason of the great nressure on the French railways, it will ha imnnssihle for the War Relief WASHINGTON'. D. C, August 21.- Clearing Houge to arrange free trans. Ever since the Red Cross War Council portation after Septembe...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1917

Ss -ra 4JUMiWlgPlNI . -,.. .- -- THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUiMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING,-AUGUST 22, 1917. NUMBER 300 j if a .$. 4 n V n REVENUE INCREASED ey HEW CITY L All Buying for Columbia to Be Placed in Hands of Purchasing Agent. VEHICLES ARE TAXED Water and Light Plant Will Pay Annual License Fee of $1,800. FINANCIAL GAIN EXPECTED FROM NEW ORDINANCES Increased income through li cense fa on business houses. $1,300 Increased income through ve hide tax 1.200 License Income from Mater and light plant - . - I.S00 Sittings through iiurchusiiiir agent ... . 1,000 Total $3,:M) A constructive ordinance, which makes, the municipal government of Columbia parallel the city manager plan, in placing the management of city affairs on a more businesslike basis than before, was enacted ' the Ciiy Council last night. This ordinance, which was unani mously passed, authorizes the mayor to appoint one or more purchasing agents through whom all future material for the city shall be ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1917

---'tafts -r- ", v ',-. e v -! '' Vi y&F.r.fi-s'--- n- -i)imnKMiiiBirap90iH9FT rw"" "" "Swf srr'Sr--' yan j- . -- - - v-? ?? I r ! Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY CTES1SO. AUGUST g 1M7. THE DAILY M1SS0UMAN foblLhrd every ermine (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by The Ml.sonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communication to TUB DAILY MISSOUKIAN iu """1 Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia 1' l'hones: Business M: Jes, .i. . lm nnatnfTiCO. as second -class mall, Columbia, Mo., City: Year, $3M: 3 months, $100; month 1 nt? rnnT. 5 cents. .. t.. ii,i. Pnnnlr: Year. $3.00; 0 ti. i.7S: 3 months. 00 cents. - ,.i rnnntT: Year. $4.00; 3 Umonthsr$ii6: montbrw cents National Advertising rjtnwnter-Scheerer Co.. UulMlnc. New York lng, Chicago. Itepre&entatlTes: Fifth Avenue feoples Has Uulld- C0NGUESS AMI WILSON Two views of tlie work and rela tions of Congress and President Wil son are presented by editorials in Leslie's and Collier's. Leslie...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1917

w 1 THE DAILY 3HSS0CRIAy, WEDNESDAY EYEXIXG, AUGUST 22, 1917. CENTRAL MISSOURI'S FIRST EDITOR Being a Story of the Work of Nathaniel Potter, Who Started a Newspaper at Franklin in 1819 and Left it at Columbia in 1835 In a country unorganized and un survcyed, with scattered and small Tillages, with farmers far apart and no connecting roads, with no stage of steamboat line to the nearest real town, 125 miles away, and where there had been but one settler ten years previous here was located the fron tier town of Franklin, where, with Nathtaniel Patten as editor, the Mis souri Intelligencer and Boon's Lick Advertiser, the first newspaper west of St. Louis and north of the Missouri of civilization. The first stage line between St. Charles and Franklin did not start untU 1820, and it was two years later before the service was more than fortnightly. Steamboats ascended the Missouri as early as May. 1S1D, but it was a long two weeks' trip from St. Louis. Before these lines, the mail was bro...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1917

'"V"- . W- 'W$g Page Four COACH SCHULTE BACK F Tiger Football Chief, Home from Vacation, Predicts a Good Season. WAS NEAR SCHOLZ Dash Man Who Spent Sum- mer in Michigan, to Run in St. Louis Meet. "With but three weeks remaining un til the first practice of the 1917 Tiger football season. Coach H. F. ("Indian"') Schulte returned to Columbia from his summer vacation at 1-45 o'clock this afternoon "hunting for dope," as he expressed it. The Tiger football coach is not in the least dismayed Coach Jlenrj F. Sehulte. by the prospects of losing several of his best men because of the war call, but is, instead, expecting some fine competition for places on the Rollins Field team. "It's been a great summer," said the coach when he stepped from the train, "but even Centralia looked good to us, because we knew we were back in Boone County' The coach and Mrs. Schulte spent a great part of the summer at the .home of his wife's parents, in Marcellus, Mich. He di vided his time, during the last few...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1917

If THE DAILY MlSSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1917. NUMBER 301 x j, GOMPERS ADVOCATES PROFITS LEVY Head of American Federa tion of Labor Asserts Tax Will Unify Nation. SENATE IN WRANGLE Opponents of La Follette Amendment Organize to Defeat Measure. By United Trees WASHINGTON, Aug.23. The Amer ican Federation of Labor today joined the forces working for conscription of wealth and death of war profits. Tax ation that would "wipe out every pen ny of war profit" was advocated by President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of Labor in- a statement to the United Press. Meantime the movement started by Senators Johnson and La Follette in the Senate gained such headway that those opposing wealth conscription organized in an effort to save the com mittee measure. Following this conference Senator Simmons, in charge of the bill. launched a savage attack against the LaFollette amendment. He charged that the move to conscript wealth to pay for the w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1917

Hi Page Tno THE DAILY MISSOURIAN robllnhrtl every evrnlnc (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornln oy The Mlxxourlan Asvociatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to TUB DAILY MISSOHKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Vlrclnla Buildinir. Downstairs 'hones: Business 55; fews, -T4. Entered at tlie postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $100; month, S3 cents; copy, 5 cents. Ily null In Boone County : Year. $3.00; G months, S1.75; 3 months, 00 cents. Outside of Iloone County: Year, ft 00; 3 , months, J-T; monm, m "" .-.I,-..,! Ariverflsinir Kenrescntatlves n-,.nf..r.Rplirer Co.. Klftli Avenue Building. New York; Peoples !as Build Inc. Chicago. SANITATION IN RURAL SCHOOLS In the interests of efficiency and health there is an increasing neces sity for the application of scientiflc, medical and sanitary knowledge to the administration of the public schools, is the opinion of the Arkan sas Public Health Service, and might equa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAJf, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1917. Page Three Recent Events in the Automobile World LOCAL DEALERS SWAMPED WITH ORDERS FOR CARS Go into any Columbia motor deal er's office almost any day this month, and the chances are you will find the dealer either complaining because his latest shipment of new cars has not arrived, or making arrangements to go to the nearest distributing point and bring them in himself. This morning the John N. Taylor Garage men were working with a number of orders, writing their manufacturers to find out the cause of delay on a carload of five Dodges that have been ordered for some weeks and were supposed to arrive in Columbia sev eral days ago. The Ford agency has been so crowded with orders that it is im possible to fill, that applicants for this popular make of motor car are be ing forced to put up a cash deposit of $75. F. H. Hoberecht of the Bu ick agency some time ago tried de manding a shipment of Buicks from the St. Louis office. La...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1917

MI i .! Page Four THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, TIIURS DAY EVENING, ADfiUST 23, 1917. GERMAN SOLDIERS WILSON TO ENTERTAIN 3IISSION Details of Graft Revealed in Official Documents Taken from Prisoners. SHELLS MUTILATED Premiums Claimed for Metal Alleged to Have Been Re covered in Field. (By Henry Wood, United Press Cor respondent.) WITH THE FRENCH ARMIES, July 30 (by mail). A veritable scan dal in the German army is revealed in official documents taken from re cently captured prisoners, showing that the occasional munition crises and shortages from which Germany is known to suffer are in part due to the munitions wasted and stolen and demonstrating the seriousness of the metal shortage which Germany is at all times facing. In order that not a single ounce of metal be wasted premiums were of fered by the minister of war to the soldiers for returning all used car tridges, shells and bits of metal with which every battlefield is covered. The premiums offered were so attract ive that the soldier...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 August 1917

wyfS-'w THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 1917. NUMBER 302 V J I V E. E Retailers Assert There Has Been No Thought of Price-Fixing. OPINIONS QUOTED Columbia Trade Said to De mand the Highest Class of Goods. Referring to a Jefferson City dis patch that retail merchants through out the state have formed price-setting organizations and that numerous protests regarding these organiza tions have heen received by Attorney General McAllister, Columbia mer chants today, headed by L. E. llenie, vice-president of the Retail Merchants Association, were strong in their de nials of any such local combine. "If such a thing exists here," said Mr. Renie this afternoon, "I've never seen any signs of it." Other merchants were interviewed on the subject, and the fact that prices on some articles are higher here than elsewhere was discussed. Some opinions given follow: W. B. Novell, Jr., of the Nowell Grocery Company: "You can go to any store in Columbia tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 August 1917

4j ,f -, -"jy v- - ""Ji-wWJ5! tgy vivj'i J''-'35:T3v'''5;' Page Two THE DAILY 3HSSOURIAX, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1917, J Br Er5 f I fe I f J! f Ir: -? II ;'t I' ;! I a a a 1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUIird etry evening (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by ine juanouriaii is&ociauuD, luiuriumr ra, Loiamoia, juo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUMAN Columbia, Missouri . incietY Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs l'liones: Business 53; Sens, 'Sll. Entered at tue postoftlce, Columbia, ilo., as second-class mall. City: Year, J3.50: 3 months, $100; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Itoone County: Year, $3.00; C moutbs, $1.75; 3 months, 00 cents. Outride of Boone County: Year, ?I 00; 3 months, $1.1 10; mouth, 40 cents. National Advertising Kepresentatlves: ftiriM-ntiT-Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue IlulMIni:, .New York; Peoples i.is Bulld luc, Chlcaco. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Branson are spending a few days with Mr. Bran son's brother. Prof. E. B. Brans...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 August 1917

7 THE DAILY 3IISS0URIA', FRIDAY ETEMXG, AUGUST 21, 1917. Page Three "RAISE IRE WHEAT' Campaign to Be Forwarded at Meeting of Defense Council Tomorrow. A meeting of the County Council of Defense and the Boone County Farm Bureau organization has been 'lfail hv Tlonn V Tl Mnmfnril nf trip "- College of Agriculture for 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the courthouse. Arrangements will be made by these two organizations and the farm ers who are interested for six meet ings to be held in Boone County in support of the increased wheat pro duction campaign which is now being carried on over the state. L. F. Childers of the extension service of the College of Agriculture will give a lecture outlining the method of procedure, and dates of each meeting will ho decided upon. Notices have been sent out to the farmers of this county by Boyle G Clark, secretary of the County Coun cil of Defense, asking them to co operate. In an endeavor to encour age food production, the government guarantees $2 a ...

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

rrf !U m t& r ' Page Four FOR AN WMM CORPORATION TAX Senate Tentatively Agrees to Double the 2 Per Cent Normal Levy. COUNTRY WATCHING Thousands of Messages Re ceived Question of Ex emptions Debated. By United Tress WASHINGTON', Aug. 24. While the Senate tentatively agreed today to double the 2 per cent normal income tax on corporations, Senator Trammel of Florida prepared to present an amendment to the Revenue Bill to raise the exemptions for incomes of married and unmarried men. In this way, he said, the Senate could meet the growing demand of the country for conscription of wealth. Thousands of letters and telegrams are being received by Senators urging that those who can best afford to pay the larger share should bear the cost of the war. Trammel would fix exemption at $4,000 for unmarried men and $3,000 for married men, as against $1,000 and ?2,000, respectively, in the finance committee bill and $3,00 and $4,000 In the existing law. "Jly amendment would give young men start...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 August 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1917. NUMBER 303 COUNT! TO 00 SHARE IN WHEAT CAMPAIGN Plans Made at Meeting of Forty Farmers and Busi ness Men. WILL PLANT MORE Some Promise to Double Acreage Corn and Rye Not to Be Neglected. BOONE COUNTY MEETINGS Sept. 3 2 p. m.. Sturgeon S p. in., Centralia Sept. 42 p. in.. Halls villc S p. m., Woodlandvillo Sept. 52 p. in.. Columbia S p. in., Ashland Definite plans for the Boone County campaign to increase the wheat acreage for next year were formulated yesterday afternoon, when forty farmers and business men of Columbia township and nearby com munities gathered at the Courthouse for a general discussion of the wheat problem. The campaign of the College of Ag riculture to increase the wheat acre age for next year calls for six meet ings in each county in the state. The meeting was called here yesterday by Prof. L. F. Childers of the soils ex tension department, who has charge of the meetings in Boone ...

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

m -.:?- f'K" - ysygeapMiijfw- m Pag Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY MORNINfl, AUGUST 2C, 10H THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pabllahrd trnj CTenlnc (except Saturday and Sanday) and Sunday morning- by The Mluonrlan Association. Incorporat ed. Columbia. Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Bulldlns. Downstairs Phones: Business 55; Kens, zil. Entered at the postofflce. Columbia. Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3-M: 3 months, $100; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year. $3.00; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 60 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $1.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Kepresentatlvei: Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Building. New York; Peoples tas Build ing, Chicago. MR. BRYAN AND WAR That pacifists may aid their country in bringing a speedy ending to the war without contradicting their own principles and teaching is shown by William Jennings Bryan in the Com moner. Sti...

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

-? 19' HP-sap t wfp-yw ' v J T3l 1 THE DAILY ailSSOORIAX, SUNDAY 3I0RMXG, AUGUST 2G, 1917. Page Three t" 1 - w a v 1 Crvripfy - f Out-of-town guests for marriage of Miss Genevieve Seley and J. II. Spur geon, which will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at S:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, are beginning to arrive. Mrs. Sylvia Vogt of Los An geles and Miss Margaret Allen of Chi cago, aunts of the bride, will be among the guests. Miss Anna Allen of Kansas City will be maid of honor. Miss Amalia Iteuther will be brides maid, Mrs. John Seley, a brother of the bride, will be best man and Mr. John Sullivan groomsman. The ush ers will be Mr. Percy Martin, Mr. Eu gene Reuther, Mr. Felix Iteuther and Mr. Loyd Yost. The wedding service will be conducted by the Ilev. Father Lloyd. Miss Marie Allen, also of Kan sas City, will be among the guests from out of town Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith enter tained the following guests at din ner last night: Lieut. Fred Deaton, who has been made Second ...

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

m m Page Foot THE DAILY MSSOUBIAy, SU.VDAY 3IOR.MSG, AUGUST 26, 1917. Henlck In Practice Here. "Come on, now! Steady there. Earl, and lots of speed!" It was Rollins Field at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon Uollins Field, with but a single athlete and five spectators. The solitary athlete was Earl Henick, famous for two seasons past as Bob Simpson's running mate in the hurdles, and he was going through a brief practice under the supervision of his coach, Henry F. ("Indian") Schulte. Itenick and Coach Schulte will go to St. Louis this week to at tend the National Championship races on Friday and Saturday and the fol lowing Monday. Renick is to enter the junior high and low hurdles and the senior highs and lows. "Ger many" Scholz, Tiger 100-yard dash man, is entered in that event. The race in St. Louis next Friday, when Renick makes his first attempt, will be over ten hurdles. Kenick's records for these have always been second to those made by the Tiger man el. Bob Simpson, and partly fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1917

j-Tr-y """Tsg ? IPBiPlWpPWHW(jflPI f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1917. NUMBER 304 TW n PER CENT 1 IN Increase Over 1916 Shown in Annual Business Report by Chicago Bank. PATRIOTISM HELPS Corn Promises Largest Yield in History, Estimated at 3,200,000,000 Bushels. Estimated Yield 1917 Bushels 19 1C Bushels C40.000.000 ,3S3,000,000 ,251,000,000 ISI.000,000 47.000,000 ,702,000,000 2S5.000.000 90.000,000 11.400,000 Crop Wheat .. Corn Oats Barley . . . 660,000,000 .3,200,000,000 2 .1,527,000,000 1 . 20S.000.000 57,000,000 Rye All Cereals 5,632,000,000 Potatoes . 49S.000.000 Hay (tame) tons . .. S2.000.000 Cotton, Ills 11.000,000 CHICAGO, Aug; 27. An increase of 23 per cent in the aggregate of the principal crops over last year's small general harvest is shown in the "An nual Crop Kcport and Business Re view" of the Continental and Commer cial National Bank of Chicago, issued today. The report says in part: "The increase is not alone in the...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1917

fl f Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every evrnint; (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by The Miaourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOOKIAN Columbia, Jllssourl. Office: Virginia Bulldlnc Downstairs I'bones: Business S3; Xeres, J74. Entered at tbe postoffice, Columbia, Mo-. as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50: 3 months, $100; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3.00; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $100; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. v.i.i i.ivortlslnL- Itenrcentatlves r.'r,,,ti.r.SrWrpr Co.. fifth Avenue Iluildlni;, New York; l'eoples (!.is Build Ins, Chicago. FREEDOM FOK I'OLAXI) The liberation of the Russian people brought about by the Russian revolu tion again brings to the front the pos sibility of a Polish nation. At the be ginning of the war, Germany and Aus tria each made liberal promises to these people provided they would join...

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