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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 September 1917

4 K V i K iiflLoiT Ml HSS01HV iei Members of U. S. Army in France Take Lunch With Men, Writes Hailey. SEE REAL FIGHTING Transport Drivers Are Now in French Army Many Air Battles Seen. The University of Missouri has heen represented now for more than two months on the battle front in France by the group of students who left here in June for Europe. The follow ing letter, received .from H. W. Hailey, formerly instructor In adverr Using in the School of Journalism, was written Saturday, August IS, just two months after the men left Co lumbia: "We are now camped with a group of Princeton men to make a complete unit of C3 men. We have 23 camions and 9 men are on permission all the time, so that leaves an active group I of 54 men always on duty. There are 9 sections of camions here at this little town and 7 more about 12 miles down the line from us. 'Dick' Wor nall of Liberty, Mo., who came over here in May hoping to join the avia tion service, is in section G, just down the line from us....

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. — 13 September 1917

jfCTfff?! Page Four THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917. :ir I 1 ik i A-B Gas Ranges asfi SPORT WANT MORE AIR OFFIECBS The coaches at the University of Kansas say they made no effort this year to learn what old football men are coming back to school because they did not want to influence them in any way from entering military ser vice. Indirectly they have heard, they Room In Aviation Section For First lieutenants. By Associated Press TOPEKA, Kan., Sept. 13. There is still room fo-r several hundred first lieutenants In the aviation section of the signal officers' reserve corps. such lieutenants to be appointed from the states of Kansas and Missouri, ac cording to a letter received by the are finished in enamel that will last for years. Ovens have glass doors, aluminum lining alley that is rust proof. Burners use the proper air mixture with gas to insure the greatest heat for gas con sumed. We have the largest line of Gas Ranges in Colum bia and the prices are ...

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. — 14 September 1917

"Jh"f tfVR-Tr ? 4 v. - V""' if 7 rrVi THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1917. NUMBER 319 K POST I I II NEXTDRAFT CALL Columbia Draft Board Is-V sued Orders to 62 Men This Afternoon. TO REPORT SEPT. 20 No Negroes Will Be in Sec ond Increment to Leave Here. The local draft board started today to prepare the list of the sixty two men. excluding negroes, who will leave Columbia September 21 for Camp Fun stop as the second Increment from Borne County for the national armv. A telegram from Adjutant General McCo-il was icceived th. morning verifying the tenatlve instructions re ceived here Wednesday. The men who will compose this second increment will not be named as they are liable for service. Sheriff "Whitesides explained this morning. The board has received ten or twelve letters from farmers who arc In the first draft who ask that they be ex empted until they have gathered their crops. These men will be exempted until the second draft o A...

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. — 14 September 1917

t y i Page Two THE DAILY 3HSSOURIAX, FRIDAT ETEXIXG, SEPTEMBER 14, 19K SPORT For a few minutes yesterday after noon Captain Paul A. Hamilton, who will lead the Tiger football team this season, thought that he had received a prophecy of victor' for his forces during the fall season. Sitting in the yard of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity ' house, he picked twelve four-leaf clo vers in about twice that many min utes. So well pleased with his find was Hamilton, that he called up "Bill" Itider, another veteran Tiger, and they went out on Rollins Field for a short practice tossing the ball. Be tween the Delta Tau house and the field, or somewhere on the field, the Tiger captain lost his watch, two gold footballs and a medal won by his brother, Brutus Hamilton, for taking first place in the high jump event last High School Day in Columbia. After an hour's search this morning Ham ilton had not found any of his lost valuables and was wondering it the four-leaf clovers, followed by the loss of...

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. — 14 September 1917

41 YOU I ASKED lilJLI BE TO EAT LESS F Department of Agriculture Now Making Survey of Our Table Habits. TO REGULATE DIETS War Calls for More Careful Use of Supplies, Says Helen M. Atwater. By Associated Treis PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14. If the Department o Agriculture's food sur vey, now in progress throughout the nation, discloses that large sections of the population appear to be he eat ing more than the standard dietary requirement, the Government will "be more than ever justified in urging them to curtail for the benefit of our Allies," Helen M. Atwater, scientific assistant of the Department of Agri culture's States Relations Service, said here today. She addressed the National Conference on the World's Trtrt,! inl1 Uv io Amprirnn AcndemV l of Political and Social Science. The food survey was begun on Au gust 31 and was authorized by a re cent act of Congress. "The results of this first survey," the speaker said in part, "cannot fail to give valuable in formation as to what food ma...

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. — 14 September 1917

wr 'rJ t Page Four THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every evfnlni (except Saturday and Bandar) and Banday mornlni Dy The MUnonrlan Auociatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Address all communications to TIIE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. OtTlce: Virginia Bulldlnp, Downstairs 1'hones: uusiness m; news, -. entered at the postolllce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, SIM; 3 months, $1.00; month, 33 cents; copy, 5 cents. ..-, By mall In Iloone County: Year, $3.00; 0 months, $1.75; 3 months, 00 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Kepresentatlves: Carpeuter-Scheerer Co., 1'Ifth Ayenue Building, New York; l'eoples Gas Build ing, Chicago. 1VAU AIMS The most Important words in Pres ident Wilson's history-making reply to the Pope's peace proposals are these: "Punitive damages, the dismember- ment of empires, the establishment of selfish and exclusive economic leagues we deem inexpedient and in, the end worse th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1917

DISCOVERS 400,000 CONCEALED IN TREE Arizona Cowbov Finds Iron Box Filled With Old Spanish Gold. THE DAILY 3ISSOPRIAy, FRIDAY ETESIXG, SEPTEMBER 11, 1917. HIDDEN YEARS AGO Residents Think Treasure Was Buried by Priests Who Left Country. Bv Asociitel Tress PHOENIX, Ariz.. Sept. 14. -piscov-ery of $400,000 hidden in the hills of Graham County is reported by H. D. Wheelman of Solomonvillc, who is now in Chandler, near here. The dis covery was made by Joe Walsey, a cowboy While hunting stray cattle northwest of Soiomonville, Walsey found a tree trunk from which the handle of a shovel protruded. Dig ging in the tree trunk disclosed an iron box containing old Spanish gold coins and gold vessels, the intricate workings of which art said to bring the value of the find above $400,000. The gold was taken to Safford and placed in security. Old residents de-' clare Walsev has discovered the hid-1 ing place of priests who left the vi-' cinity 73 years ago when that coun trj was part of Mexico. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 September 1917

cjf THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1917. Page Six ' Tavern Billiard Rooms To Open. ' The Tavern Billiard Rooms in the basement of the new Daniel Boone Tavern will open tomorrow. Two rooms have been set aside for the use of billiard players, one a lounging room, with a file of magazines and jjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiiii If You Haven't a ( Grocery Home I 1 investigate our ability to serve 1 you. The most powerful ar- 1 gument we have to offer you is quality, service and price. For Saturday's Buying We offer you - Frying and Baking Chickens 1 Hormel's Hams made from milk, fed hogs in the Aus- tin, -Minnesota, dairy district; price, pound 30c. These hams are qual to any country ham and scarcely no loss in serving. The bacon, too, is the I very best, try it, pound 50c. We offer you the celebrated Campbell Capital Loaf Cakes Try them there are none so good. Buy Richelieu Coffee and Food Products of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

W&sr&.-v $r -""ft SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917. TEN PAGES NUMBER 1 5.-T-'.y jHSi:..i. 5A"-t,ii!ft.-'-- - -.. - "Vf. -v- -"""'wS! K V" TO ORGANIZE LOAN BAi STARTED Five Boone County Men De sire to Join Farm Asso ciation Here. NEW LAW EXPLAINED Myron A. Waterman, Leader in Organization Work, Addresses Men. Steps were taken yesterday after noon at a meeting at the Courthouse to form a local land bank to take ad vantage of the Federal Farm Loan Law -which was enacted last year. Five men signed up as willing to join such an association and to get others to join. Myron A. Waterman of Kan sas City, Kan., special assistant in charge of organization of the Federal Farm Bureau, was in charge of the meeting and told how such a bank should be formed. Mr. Waterman, who has organized more than twenty-five such local banks for the Federal Government, explained that at least ten men were necessary to form a local bank. These men...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

- ' 'ny- (i m sT . w K& '. . Page Two SUNDAY MOUSING MISSOUMAy. S EPTEMBER 16, lfci.. PRESIDENT OP CHINA CAPTIVE Li Yuan-Hung Has Less Power Now Than Low liest Coolie There. FLED TO HOSPITAL Central Government's Power Today Apparently Grows Stronger. (Correspondence of the Associated Press) PEKING Li Yuan-hung, once Presi dent of the Chinese Republic, possess es today less power here than the lowliest coolie. He is a prisoner In the capital of the land over which he once ruled, and for the first time in many jears he holds no office; and except for that of Prince Wu Yi, he holds no title. It is Li Yuan-hung's desire to leave Pekin and seek rest in Tientsin, but the Government has repeatedly denied this request. Promier Tuan Chi-jui and Acting President Feng Kwo-chang apparently have no intention of al lowing the veteran warrior to depart for any settlement where he would be in a position to communicate with the revolutionists in the south. The Gov ernment is said to realize how ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

-II y SUNDAY MORXUfG MISSOUBlAy, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917. SPORT Tomorrow afternoon, on seven foot ball gridirons In the Missouri Valley Conference will begin the annual autumn struggle tha struggle for football supremacy. The same lineup of schools will be in the fight the jayhawkers, the Tigers, Ames, Wash ington, Drake, and they are always remembered when the season is over the Kansas Aggies and the Oornsusk ers of Nebraska. War apparently will not affect the race for the valley championship. The same old fight will 'be waged and the same schools, with somewhere near the same number of old veterans back as In past years, will be battling through September, October and up until the first day of December. Preliminary forecasts have already made their appearance in the valley. Prelininary reports sent out on the number of players who will return show that Ames and Washington will be the heaviest losers by the call to arms and the numerous other reasons which cause good players to sever th...

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. — 16 September 1917

, i.jj-fcA - ir-fsr&zss: SUNDAY MORNING MISSOUMAN, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917. Page Fonr T SCHOOL COIN E Seventy-Five Presidents and Clerks of County Meet at Courthouse. DRINK CANNED MILK NOW Few PROBLEMS TAKEN UP Talks on Sanitation and State Aid for Schools Made Yesterday. More than seventy-five presidents and clerks of district school boards of the county met yesieraay m wc Circuit Court room of the Courthouse. George T. Porter, county superin tendent of schools, was in charge. The meeting was held to comply with the Rchool board convention law. IinMllmAnl nt Q'ftA nVlnnk Which U A.... 4Un Una Avtat7 liArn fnt- wjis followed by an open discussion hrce fays through refusal of the seven largest distributers to deliver their products without police pro tection from strikers. Distribution of the certified milk sold under the sup- Mound City. Brunswick, and Lamar Major Appoints Big Delegation, will pay the Farmers Week expenses! Maor J. E. Boggs has appointed the of the boy who makes the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

SUKDAY MORNING MISSOUBIAJf, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917. Page Fixe 'k 'v. "' DRAFT BOARD WILL 1 NAI ALTERNATES ' Men to Be Used in Filling Second Increment of 63 for New Army. ONE MORE APPEALS Governor Gardner Writes to Postpone Divinity Stu dents' Examination. Seven more men will be ordered, next week to report September 20 to the local dratt board as alternates in the second increment ot 63 which will leave Columbia September 21 for Camp Funston for national army training. This announcement was made yesterday when it was learned that some ot the men might not be able to appear on the date set for en training. The men will report at 9 o'clock Thursday morning, Septem ber 20. Post cards notifying the 63 that they were ordered to report were sent out Friday. Attached to these cards were others which the drafted man could sifnd back to the local board re questing that he be allowed to return home the night of September 20. Two cards making this request were re ceived yesterday. This saves the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

Page Six SUIiDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917. f - '. r "C" 7 1 ' V SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMIIER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Publlihrd rrcry evening (riKDl Saturday and Monday) and Sunday moraine by The Mlniourlan Aorlatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Office: Vlrplnla nuliainc. Downstairs Phones: Business IB; News, 274. Mo., Entered at the postofflce, Colombia, as second-class mall. City: Year. $3.73; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: ear, 3.-, 6 months. J1.75; 3 months, 00 i cent. . Outside of Boone County: lear, $40, J months, JL25; month, 4o cents. National Advertising rnrm-nfer-Scheerer Co., Representatives: Klltn Avenue his ancestors 'were Dutch and came to the Province via colonial New York. Educated at the University of Lon don, at Paris, and at Edinburgh, and also at Heidelbergr, Berlin and Got tlngen, Professor Schurman first taught at Acadia University and then at Dalhousle College, two home insti tutions. His writings att...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

! SUXDAY 3rOR'IXG MISSOUBIAy, SEPTE3IBER 16, 1917. SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM BEGINS ITS TENTH YEAR The School of Journalism of the University of Missouri, the oldest school of Journalism in the world, which begins in September its tenth year, has graduated 149 29 women and 120 men. Of the graduates 129, or more than S5 per cent, are engaged in some phase of journalism. Exclud ing the young women who have given up journalism for housekeeping, the percentage is more than 90. The po sitions held range from reporter to managing editor, from advertising so licitor to publisher, from teacher in news-writing in high school to pro fessor of journalism in university. About an equal number are in rural and in metropolitan journalism. Thirty men more man 25 per cent are enlisted as volunteers in some branch of the United States army or navy." One is with the Canadian Ex peditionary Forces in France. One graduate, Joseph E. Chasnoff, is dead. The graduating classes increased in membership from one, ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

,Page Eight SUXDAYOIORXIXG MISSOURIAX, SEPTEMBER 10, 1917. r Vt u 8 I r t v SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM BEGINS ITS TENTH TEAR (Continued from Page Seven) Smith, Katharine P., 1917 Boyne City. Mich., R. F. D. 2. Smith, Herbert W., 1911 instructor in advertising. University of Missouri. Spencer, Clarissa Elinor, 1913 teacher of English and journalism, high school, Kennequick, Wash. Stapel, John C, 1915 editor and publisher, Atchison County Mail, Rockport, Mo. Stemmons, Walter, 1912 editor of .publications, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Stillwater, Okla. . Stern, Morton M., 1915 managing editor and part owner, Democrat, Os ceola, la. Stewart, Francis, 1911 lawj er, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Strock, Caralee, 1917 feature writ er and reporter, Transcript-Journal, Peoria, III. Taylor, Harry Ellsworth, 191C as sociate editor and publisher, Star Clipper, Traer, la. Tempel, H. F.t 1917 reporter, Reg ister, Springfield, 111. Thompson, Paul J., 1914 editor and manager. Republican, Macon, Mo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

Slf OF FRENCH IS FINE, HE SAYS SUNDAY MORNIXG MISSOUItlAN, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917. Paul Dike, Now Lieutenant in Signal Corps, Writes of Life in Paris. U. S. POPULAR THERE American Soldiers Making Good Impression More Men Expected Soon. "The spirit of the French people seems fine, though what it might have been it the United States had not come in when it did is a matter of question. I am thankful we delayed no longer. Americans are very much in favor here and one sees almosjt as many American flags flying as French, even in the great procession of French troops on the 14th of July." This extract from a letter from Paul (Dike, formerly a member of the University of Missouri faculty, to Dr. 0. M. Stewart, professor in physics in the University, gives the. first-hand impression of an American as to the present condition and morale of our French allies. Professor Dike wrote from Paris August 2S, after having finally taken up residence there with his family. They reached Paris after a long j...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 September 1917

"? 1" SUNDAY M0RNIM6 MISSOOBIAJf, SEPTEMBEB 16. 1917. Page Ten 4 I ' v. ' fc V, PLESTT OF BAILWAT CABS NOW Bfrllngton President Urges Shippers lo Use Them. CHICAGO, Sept. 15. A warning to buyers and shippers generally, but especially those ot the central and western states, to ship all the freight they can now, was Issued today by Hale Holden, president o fthe Bur lington route and one of the five mem bers of the Railroads' War Board. "The time to make hay Is when the sun shines, and the best time to ship, under such conditions as those now existing, is when the railways have cars and the weather is good," said Mr. Holden. "The situation as to car supply Is good now better than at any time since the war began. On September 1 the total requisitions for cars throughout the country ex ceeded the surplus of cars by only 31,591 cars. This 'car shortag'e is so small that it really means that the railways are now able to furnish practically all of the cars that are be ing ordered." Missour...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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