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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1917

i "is.)WrjVVgjtfaJffiSfr -7ti. """ v""- "T v if-V K THE DAILY 3IISS0URIA', 3IODAr ETESISG, AUGUST 27, 1917. BASEBALL ANSWER IB CALL Several Stars of Big Leagues Have Already Enrolled for Service. NO FAVOR'S SOUGHT World's Series Affected bv Draft, But Will Certainly ' Be Held. PageTkree CLANKING SWORDS NOT ALLOWED NOW Early in .War They Made Officers a Mark for Sharpshooters. U. S. FALLS INTO LINE Leaders Are Dressed toLook as Much Like Their Men as Possible. D United Press NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Ernie Shore, no-hit artist of the lied Sox, who re cently gave his services to the navy added just one more to the contribu tions baseball is making to the na tional fighting forces from Boston. Following the lead of Hank Gowdy, star catcher of the Braves, when he enlisted in the Ohio National Guard, Babbit Maranville said he would win ter the navy, and other members of the National league club are said to be ready to take the plunge. Chick Shorten and Jack Barry are enrolled in the navy. Short...

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. — 27 August 1917

"-? r, Page Four ACTION 01 WAR TAX IE HELD UP Efforts of Senator Simmons to Limit Debate Upon Bill Arc Blocked. MAY FORCE CLOTURE Harding Calls for Vote to Let People Know What Burden Will Be. Ily United Press WASHINGTON'. Aug. 27. Efforts to hasten action on the War Tax Bill were blocked in the Senate today by the wealth conscription forces. Sen ator Simmons tried four times to limit debate on the bill itself and on the income and war tax sections, only to have objections raised by Senator Jones of Washington and Senator La Follette of Wisconsin. Simmons finally notified the Senate that when the postal rates and pub lishers' tax sections were disposed of, he would ask immediate consideration of war profits. Senator Harding of Ohio urged im mediate action, saying: "The country should know what new burdens it must assume particularly if the view of the extremists who demand a GO to SO per cent war profits tax is to be accepted." ' The new cloture rule may be re sorted to by those fav...

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. — 28 August 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1917. NUMBER 305 RUSSIA FACES RUIN, KORNILOFF DECLARES Without New Discipline in Army, Petrograd Road Will Be Open. ASKS DEATH PENALTY Extreme Punishment When Needed Must Be Given, Moscow Meeting Told. Ity United Tress MOSCOW. Aug. 27. (delayed) "Un less Russia's army is rejuvenated and resists the enemy the IUga road to Petrograd is open," declared General Korniloff in a vigorous demand today to the Russian conference here for iron-handed discipline. Korniloff urged immediate re-establishment of the death penalty in the Russian list of military punishments. He declared such a step was neces sary to restore discipline. The Rus sian commander-in-chief likewise in sisted that there be a strict curbing of the functions of the regimental committees of the soldiers. -The alternative is Russia's ruin." Korniloff said. "We must rejuvenate the army to save Russia. A Siber ian regiment recently abandoned its posi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 August 1917

grsV ;C -x :-- -$,y ,.'x TP? . . r Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I-ulilUhrd ery eirnlne (xcnt Saturday uni snndnv) nml hiimlay morning uy JdolunbU!al.aMo"OCla,IO,,' ,ncor,,orat Address all communications to THE OAILY JIISSOOItlAX Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Ituildiug. Downstairs l'tiones: Iluslncss 53; Nens, i4. Kutercd at tue postofflce, Columbia, as second-class mall. Mo., Clt: Year, $350; 3 months, $100; uiontli n nii in limine County: iejr, $J.uu, t, ....., i. i rr. n mnnth. 00 cents. iim.i.i. .f lirm'iiH County: Year, $4 00: 3 montlis, $10; montli, 40 cents. Xatlonnl Adertlsln Iteproentathes: Carpeiiter-.Sclieerer Co. I'lftli Aieiiue Ilullillnir. Xew York; l'eoples t.as Iluilcl luif, Chicago. WEST AMI EAST The hysterical East, unpatriotic as compared with the peace-loving but intensely patriotic West, is thus sharply criticized in the New York Independent: "It would be well if the East could be made to understand that one rea son why the West is reluctant to en ter a w...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 28 August 1917

THE DAILY 3IISS0UBIAS, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1917. Page Three STATE TO OBSERVE ITS100THJIRTHDAY Plans Temporarily Held Up Because of Lack of Funds. FETE HERE IN 1921 Celebrations Being Arranged by Centennial Committee of 1,000 Missourians. Plans for the state-wide Missouri centennial celebration are held up temporarily because of lack of funds. Governor Gardner vetoed the appro priation that was made by the Gen eral Assembly, and subscriptions have not been asked for on account of the war. The closing event of the series of state-wide celebrations will be held in Columbia, according to present plans. This will be at some time in August. 1921, and will commemorate Missouri's formal admission into the Union by the proclamation of Presi dent James Monroe on August 10, 1S21. Three state-wide celebrations will be held in 1920. The first will be at Kansas City, to commemorate the passage of the Missouri Enabling Act on March C, 1S20. The second will be at St. Louis in honor of the c...

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. — 28 August 1917

r -fi' ss,- r.-!?p,;Igc- I- Page Four THE DAILY 3IISSOURIAX, TUESDAY ETEXIXG, AUGUST S3, 1917 r CITY AND CAMPUS m SERGEANT IS LID OF NOT SCnOLZ IX PRACTICE RACES Dash 3ran Does 100 Yards on Rollins Field in 10 2-3 Seconds. "Germany" Scholz, the University of Missouri's star 100-yard dash man, ran several practice races on Rollins Field yesterday afternoon under the direction of Coach "Indian" Schulte. His time for two trials was 10 2-5 sec onds. This was considered a good showing by the coach, as Scholz had not run the 100 yards since the spring season. Earl Renlck, Missouri's hurdler, who will also be entered in the National Championsahips in St. Louis Friday. Saturday and Monday, also wcjit through his race on Rollins Field yes terday. Both Scholz and Renick will practice on the hometrack again to morrow, before they leave with Coach Schulte for St. Louis Thursday. Lnrpest Picnic In V. S. By United Tress ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2S. The United States' largest picnic is to open at Creve Cou...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1917

- tjtt- THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1917. NUMBER 306 MORE ARE READY. FOR THE MEW NOT Forty-One Other Boone Countians Passed, But Claim Exemption. TOTAL EXAMINED, 101 Rejections on Physical Grounds Amount to More Than 25 Per Cent. Today's examination for the draft army showed the following results: Passed the physical tests and did not claim exemption, 18. Passed and asked for exemption on the ground of dependents, 33. Passed and claimed industrial ex emption, 6. Failed to pass, 26. Failed to appear, 11. Transferred, 6. The total was 101. Homer Adrian Hord of Harrlsburg was In Columbia today and asked to be examined. He was the first man scheduled for tomorrow's exemlnatlon. The physical excmpUons amounted to more than 25 per cent today, slightly larger than the proportion In the. first 332 exemined. Everett Calvin Nichols of Qolum bia, who weighed 265 pounds, and Ew- ing Hart, of Hartsburg, who weighed only 114 pounds were among ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1917

: vsR; '''" m Lift' Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, UfiUST 29, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ubllahnl rry eirnlnr (rxrrpt Saturday anil Hnnilak anil Sunday momlnlC by The Mlstourlan Awociatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia. Mo. Address all communication to THE DAILV MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs I'lioues: Business K; :ews, 274. Entered at tbe ioi,tun"ice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. moutb. G City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $100 33 cents; copy. 5 cents. Uy mall In Iloone County: lear. ?3.UU, months. $1.73; 3 months. U0 cents. Outside of Uoone County: ear, fi.W; months, $1.20; mouth, -JO cents. . National Advertising Itepresentathes: Curpeutcr-Scheerer Co, I'Kth Avenue Building, New York; Peoples (.as Build ing, Chicago. OUR "SAMMIES" IX FRANCE France is amazed at the order and cleanliness of the American troops who are now in France. The people admire their new allies, but their thirst for water and the energy with which the so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1917

' ' T" ypFijg EACH SOLDIER TO BE ITER IT Drafted Man Wills Be Re sponsible for Care of Din ing Room. HELD FOR LOSSES Must Scrub Floors, Clean Tables and Check Over Equipment. (By George Martin. United Press Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON', Aug. 29 Some time or other while you are at camp, you're going to be drafted for a month's duty as dining room orderly. And woe be unto you if you muff your job. The mess sergeant, that monarch of the mess hall crowned with a white cap, will be good to you as long as you're good to your job. Uut if you flunk it. 0 boy! So. for your advance information, here is a list of your duties: Your boss is the mess sergeant. You are held respon sible for the cleanliness of the dining J room, pantry, the dishes and utensils. ' If a plate, a spoon, a cup or what soever, is lost or broken, and you can't find it or name the man who's to blame for it, you're the goat. Upon being relieved at the end of your month's duty, all loss and break age unaccounted for is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 29 August 1917

I S H Page Four THE DAILY MISSOURL4X, WEDNESDAY ETEXISO, AUGUST SO, 1917. SENATE TO INCREASE TAX 0NWAR PROFITS $498,000,000 Added by Fi nance Committee to Pend ing Revenue Bill. TOTAL Concession Won by Group Fighting for Greater Levy on Swollen Gains. TO SERBIA By United 1'ress WASHINGTON', Aug. 29. An in crease of 1498,000,000 in war profits taxes was today decided on by the Senate finance committee. An amend ment to the War Revenue Bill pro viding for this increase is to be of fered, probably this afternoon. The committee made this concession to the Borah-Johnson group, which is fighting to make swollen war prof its pay a bigger share of the national war bills. Under the proposed amendment the total sum to be raised from war profits would be $1,060,000,000, as against $362,000,000 for which the bill now provides. It amounts to a per cent instead of the original per cent tax. Chairman Simmons stated he did not believe the amendment would be supported by Underwood and Bank head, lea...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1917

i THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1917. NUMBER 307 v. ONLY E EXAMINED Exemption Claimed by 81 Summoned by Draft in Boone County. 48 FAILED TO PASS Son of Former President R. H. Jesse Comes from Min neapolis for Test. The examination of the 200 men for the second draft call of Boone Coun ty was completed this afternoon. The results are as follows. Passed and did not claim exemp tion, 39. Passed and claimed exemption on the ground of dependents, 73. Passed and claimed exemption on industrial grounds, C. Failed to pass, 4S. Failed to report, 23. Transferred, 8. Passed and claimed exemption on both dependents grounds, 1. Total, 200. and industrial Only one married man did not claim exemption today. His name was Grover Smith Zumwalt and he was married June 1G. He has two broth ers, Martin and Roy Zumwalt, who are members of Company F, National Guard of Missouri. Bredelle Jesse, son of Dr. R. H. Jes se, former president of the University, a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1917

fffPT - 'r it -5, -oytrrt Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, THUBSDAT ETESPfO, AUGUST 30, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published txtry evening (except Saturday and Sundaj) and hunday mornlnc by The Mlsourlan Aatoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Rulhilug. Downstairs 1'bones: Ruslness 53; News, 24. Eutered at tbe postotrice, Columbia, Mo., as second -class mail. City: Year, $3 JO: 3 montbs, $100; month, 35 cents; copy. 5 cents. Ilv mail In Itoone County: Year, $3.00; C tnntith SI 7r. 3 montbs. M cents. Outside of ISoone County: Year, $4 00; 3 montbs, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives: Carpenter Sebeerer Co, riftb Avenue Huillln-, New York; l'eoples Cas Rulld Ing. Chicago. THE TEXAS GOVEKXOK In Columbia a town specially in terested in the state and in which the state is specially interested the con troversy in Texas between Governor Ferguson and tlic state legislature has l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1917

fr I RECENT HAPPENINGS IN MOTOR CAR CIRCLES A new make of motor car made its appearance on the Columbia market this week. It is the Oakland "Sensi ble Six" Touring car, and Is pricerd at $945. C. W. Kelley of the Old Trails Garage and his partner, E. It. Dinwiddle, are agents for the Oakland here. Mr. Dinwiddle has purchased an interest in the Old Trails Garage and will, with Mr. Kelley, have charge of the sales work and the accessory department. Mr. Kelley drove the new Oakland model to Columbia from St Louis last Friday. "Sturdy as the Oak" is the slogan of the Oakland Motor Car Company, and the car's lines give it the appear ance of being a. well built and ser viceable car. It is a five-passenger model and is shown in both the tour ing car and the closed convertible Sedan. New Ford DelUery Truck. The Harris Confectionery Compa ny has purchased a new Ford deliv ery truck and when school starts next month will be prepared to do all ninrin( ii-rtrlr Tt'itli frMtnr cnAPfl tll.in I . ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 30 August 1917

Page Foot THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, THUBSDAT EYEXIXG, AUGUST 30, 1917 CLOTURE XPECTED E ON WARJTAX BILL La Follette Blocks Effort to Fix Date for Voting on Measure. GAG RULE CHARGED Senate Engages in Heated Debate Over Proposed "Wealth Conscription." By United Press WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. Charging an attempt to "gag" wealth conscrip tion advocates. Senator La Follette today prevented an unanimous agree ment by the Senate to fix a date for voting on the War Revenue Bill. "If the debate on this bill is to be choked off, let it be through appli cation of the gag rule recently writ ten into the rules of the Senate," La Follette said. Senator Simmons, who late yester day introduced a cloture petition, to day sought the agreement so as to make it unnecessary to use the cloture. "It is preposterous," I-a Follette said, "to make such a request just after the finance committee has intro duced an amendment to the war profits tax section of the bill which totally changes its aspect. 1 object strenuo...

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. — 31 August 1917

DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1917. PART 14 PAGES NUMBER 308 XHE NEW 1 STANDS COMPLETED Workmen Now Installing Fixtures for Opening Day, September 10. INTERIOR VERY RICH One of Best and Most Stable Structures in the State, Says Contractor. With all construction work on the new Boone County National Bank building completed, a large force of men is now busy preparing for the opening Monday, September 10. Fur niture is being unpacked, carpets laid and tapestries adjusted. With the addition of each interior furnishing the building becomes more beautiful and complete in its appointments. Interior decorations that add a rich ly finished touch to the walls are the valances of silver grayvelour decorat ed with gold braid that drape the top of the large windows on the east side. SIXTEEN PAGES TODAY This issue of the Daily Jlis sourian contains 16 pages. It is not complete without Part 2 the 12-page supplement de voted to the new Boone County Natio...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 August 1917

I v,!j , , H5fva- .- ..-. -;--'3' 5T tj- -y 3e3t-vF ' f- t i Pje Two THE DAILT MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN rubllthcd nmr TenIn (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar morning- or The Mlisonrlan Association, Incorporat ed. Columbia. Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Butldlnp. Downstairs I'Lones: lluslness 55; Sews, 2i4. Kutered at tlie postofflce. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, S3.50: 3 months, S100; month, 33 cents: copy. 0 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3.00, 0 months. S1.7B; 3 months, SO cents. Outside of Boone County: iear, S4.0U. J months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertlslnff Representatives: Carpeuter-Scheerer Co nun Bulldlnif, New York; Peoples (.as Build ing, Chicago. SAVE THE SLAG Not many years ago some Intelli gent person discovered that by re smelting the slag heaps which rose mountain high in the ore districts the mining companies could save ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 August 1917

THE I1AILY IflSSOUBIAX, FRIDAr XYEMXG, AUGUST 31, 1917." Pagre Tfcree RUFFS FOR'FALL WEAR RECALL ANCIENT DAYS Hy MARGARET MASON '(Written for the United Press.) There was once a schoolmaster gruff Who delighted his pupils to cuff; He'd arise with much choler And grab a poor scholar, But now collars and cuffs aren't so ' rough; Though'they say in the Fall We'll find out one and all That collars will be rough enough Ruff stuff! NEW YORK, Aug. 31. It's a wee bit ruff my dears, but it has us by the ears, and a ruff neck you will have to be this Fall if you want to be real smart and correctly dress the part, for a rufflessneck's not in It now at all. In the days of Good Queen Bess (though I really cannot guess why they call her good now pray can you conjecture) ruffs were worn by all the swells, all the beaux as well as belles, mode of linen starched and pleated of fine texture. Now I thought when just a child, though the theory now seems wild, that the reason they wore ruffs in that far...

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. — 31 August 1917

Page Foar The Cautious Buyer It's only natural that, at a time like this, when we're all interested in a patriotic campaign for econ omy, that thinking men and women should be cautious in buying. But the trouble with the cautious buyer is that he ;: usually cautious about the wrong thing. Buying goods simply because they are loWj priced and when you know the quality is lacking isn't being careful of your money, me dcsi mercnanuisc is uiwoys cheapest, the most economical, the lowest in price. the Price for Price Our Quality is Highest Quality for Quality Our Price is Lowest For Saturday's Business We Offer You: Frying Chickens. Country Cured -Hams. Hormel's Hams cured from milk-fed hogs in the Austin (Minn.) dairy district. Also the best Breakfast Bacon in the world, cured from these same milk-fed hogs. We will show you almost everything in the Green Vegetable line. We are distributors for the Campbell Whole Wheat and Salt Rising Bread and their Capitol Cakes, which are the best on t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 August 1917

r;i.c.fW v1 "1 ! THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING,- AUGUST 31, 1917. PART 212 PAGES NUMBER 308 &. V. Sk Boone COUNTMPNAL BANK :MS?fWBspHj , , . , if M I ff ffT i is? 1 1! I II I BCjjpg-3 IK fc""" "1-- '!- 1857 Celebrating the .Completion of the New Boone County National Bank Building to be Formally Opened on Monday, September 10, 1917 1917 Special Supplement to The Daily Missourian, Telling the Story of a Notable Institution Whose Growth Has Paralleled That of'.. Boone County, Missouri. Ir 11 I OFF yfMJii Jl ;! H manH&Bmia1 - k. wmmsma--. i iiiii i mi 2w u ss s-' b nun. . , r- inn ni.-ssun . pHl Illin W fc ? c s if ft t$ Hgfiw pW

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 31 August 1917

M v r ,"? Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAJf, FRIDAY EVESISG, AUGUST 31, 1917. GREETINGS FROM COLUMBIANS 3Inyor James E. Boggs. "The new Boone County Bank build ing means a great deal for the future progress of Columbia. I congratulate the directors and officers of the insti tution for their progressive spirit. It shows their confidence in the future growth of Columbia. Colonel R. B. Price has grown up with the town and it is a fine thing to sec the oldest national bank west of the Mississippi River made into a monument for its founder." C. B. Rollins. "Columbia continues to improve, of Uio important advances of recent j ears is the completion of the new banking house of the Boone County National Bank at the southwest cor ner of Eighth street and Broadway. This is as complete a banking institu tion in all of its appointments as mod ern banking methods and architecture can make it and will be first class fif ty years from now. Established in 1S57, it has grown and developed un der the wi...

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