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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 December 1918

EistdES WgWt3T Wf -JVSSWR. $ F&rpvfVt--lS- J W5.J Page Two TnE ETEXIXG 3IISSOURIA THDE SDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913. 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by Tbe Mlssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bids. Down stain. Pbones: Business, 03; News, 274. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for trailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September 2C, 1918. City: Year, J3.75; 3 months, J1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall la Boone County: Year, $3.25: 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside the county: Year, $4.50; 3 mouths, $1.25; month, 45 cents. RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP "What's the use of giving to the Red Cross now that the war is over?'' Some members of tbe canvassing committees for the Red Crqss Member ship Drive have already started their work of getting memberships in Co lumbia for the Red Cross and the fore going que...

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. — 12 December 1918

?.,' iL ":. r" "l 1 w t RED CROSS ANNOUNCES QUOTAS AND CHAIRMEN The chairmen for the various school districts for the coming Red Cross Christmas Roll Call drive have been appointed. These chairmen in co-opera-Trith Jesse H. Smith, superintendent of the district chairmen, will endeavor to put Boone County over her quota in a one-day drive on Sunday. According to Mr. Smith, the quotas for the Red Cross Christmas Roil Call have been based on the population of the various school districts and not on the wealth. Although the population has been ascertained from the best available source there may be an occasional error. In such a case Mr. Smith asks that the district communicate at once .with him to the headquarters of the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, 1005 Broadway, Columbia. The list of district quotas and chairmen follows: District Quota Chairman Address No. 1 Angell 75.. So. 2 Dinwiddie 85. Xo. 3 Turner 100. No. 4 White 125. No. 5 Naylor 55. No. C Robinson 55. No. 1 Barnett 85. No. ...

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. — 12 December 1918

. Mm I Pago Four " n THE EVENING MISSOUBUX, THUBSDAT, DECEMBER 12, 191S. i I;. I I i III i If Robert Wlnteraltz Gets Commission. Robert Wlnteraltz, former Instruc tor In English at the tinlversty, has received his commission as second lieutenant in the infantry, according to a letter received here this week. He Is stationed at Boston, Mass. RED FLAG IX WESTMINSTER Rubber Roofing for garages, chick en houses and other out-buildings. Boone County Lumber Co. (adv.) FRESH MEAT Three Choice Young Corn Fed Heifers Home killed. Pork and Sau sage at Pemberton's Broad way Market. Palms Grocerteria Labor Organizations Parade to See Cabinet Members In London. LONDON', Dec. 12. The Red Flag is becoming a common sight in Wes minster. It has been adopted as the standard of protest by every Labor organization with a grievance. In the last two weeks there have been a dozen parades in Whitehall most of them going- to call on some minister. One of them was only pre vented from ringing the prime minis...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1918

"' I ' ' J THIiiMMU'W'-'WE-,' TV"''?' 'f ' THE EVENING MISSOURIAN THBR-? ." -"y iJ w T ELEVENTH YEAR RED CROSS TO SEEK Membership Fees to Pay Rest of Organization Expenses. WORK IS NOT ENDED Christmas Drive Deserves Every Support, Says J. E. Wrench. "The Christmas Red Cross member ship dme should be strongly sup ported since it furnishes the money for the organization expenses which must go on until the armies are dis banded," said J. E. Wrench, Red Cross publicity chairman this morning. "The regular war fund subscrip tion has now been discontinued, and no more drives will be conducted." "The widespread belief that the work of the Red Cross is largely ac complished,' Mr .Wrench continued, "is due to the emphasis laid during the last months on war needs such as surgical dressings, hospital gar ments, knitted garments and bandag es. These needs have been taken care of by the regular war fund sub scription which has now been xllscon tinued." In addition, further work must 'be carried o...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1918

ZTyjEWMHBESiBSMtJHBHBli ?S . 't. ,' .. 1 THE ETEXIXG 3IISS0URIA FRIDAY, DECEJfBER 13, 191S. 1 Pntro Tito I " '-f me- i t I I lW. m i- ? FIND OLD VOLUMES ON MISSOURI LITERATURE There has Just been unearthed by the Stephens Publishing Company a number of old volumes of a book on Missouri literature. The writers, as may be gathered from the title, are all Missourians, some by birth, some by adoption. The editors are Dr. Rich ard H. Jesse, formerly president of the University, and f)r. Edward A. Al len, formerly professor of English in the University. The book was primarily intended as a supplementary reader for the schools of the state, but no one can read it without feeling that he knows this state better than he did before, not only in respect to the included au thors and their work, but also In facts regarding it. The opening pages are devoted. most fittingly, to a selection from Missouri's foremost writer, Mark Twain. "Life on the Mississippi," is given. Further on "The Feud" from ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1918

y nw -fp ' "'"" ' "-n ' H THE EVENING MISSOURIAN', FRID AT, DECEMBER 13, 1913. Pape Tbreo M M Ihe work of the Red Cross must go on L V Distress calls! The misery and sickness and destitution throughout the world make relief work neces sary, on a scale never before dreamed of. When distress calls, the Greatest Mother in the World always answers "Herei" Now, the Red Cross calls ! The annual Christmas Roll Call of members .echoes throughout the land this week When your name is called, you are going to answer "Herei" because you I know your duty, and you are going to do it M N 4 i out the Red Cross j - all you need is a heart and a dollar. :11 bg M "? t v jpStTwi? mm : :S This Space Contributed by Stephens College H Wear your membership button m your flag io your window u .k. PHI8 a 'I r 3 i55 iff k, i , i .in zzzi i

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1918

wy-Tf rt .. v- T-rvy t -r-r-f- - ';-1lk'', y T PngeFonr THE- ETEXCfG MISSOUBIAK, FRIP AY, DECEMBER 13, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association, mcorpo rifp.1 Onlnmhia. Mo. Virginia Bldz. Down stairs. Phones; Business, KS: News, 271. v-ntpro.i n KtK-onil-cfass mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage proviueu xor in kvuuu iw, mi of October 3, 1917 authorized September 20, 191S. -City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, SL00: month, -10 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall la Boene County; Year, Slj; 0 months, $1.75; 3 months, SO cents. Outside the county: Year, $1.50: 3 months, $1H; month, 43 cents. KEEP BRIGHT THEIR SAMES Many cities of the United States are already making plans for a memorial to honor the men who fought in the war. Why shouldn't Columbia be thinking about one too? Kansas City and St. Louis have even appointed commissions to determine the form the memorial shall take. C...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1918

""n.'agi ' h w..jpi" ,!! i,l!jntijwn.'i;jyjjq w ywp.i'. nj -wuii ; ,y4M 'If1 jiff '" J" -lWP-"-' "W,'y l4JUW'gllWB WljJgJBgP'ggiWi y - ;. : - -r 7q THE ETEMXO MISSODRUX, FRID AY, DECEMBER 18, 191S. JAPANESE USE CHARMS TO WARD OFF INFLUENZA While the influenza epidemic in Tokyo is not so violent as it was at one time the disease in the provinces does not show any sign of abatement; especially in some of the Kwansai and Kyushu provinces the epidemic is most virulent. In Fukuoka perfecture influenza is raging with particular violence, says the Japan Advertiser. So far the total number of cases in the prefecture has reached 80,000 and among the prefectural police force 549 men are laid up with the epidemic, to the serious detriment to the police administration of the prefecture. About half of the number of the staff of the Fukuoka post ollice has been placed hors tie combat owing to the attack of Spanish influenza and a number of middle school students are helping in the work of the pos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1918

I .. . 53B sps ii.mr W THE EVEMXG MSSOURIAX, FRID AY, DECE3IBER 13, 1913. Page Six l y m B . J ,jy BOOKS 1 IN HOSPITALS May Be Left at University Library for December 26 Shipment. NEED NEW FICTION American Library Associa tion Has Supplied Tech nical Works. "There are tens of thousands of wounded men In our army hospitals and every returning transport and hospital shin brings more thousands. Many of these men will be In hospitals for months, some of them for a year or more, before they are sufficiently recovered to be discharged from the army. "These men need books. They need books more than they need almost anything else except surgical care and nursing." Herbert Putnam, Librarian of Con gress, who is General Director of the Library War Service of the American Library Association, thus directs at tention to an opportunity for service that is open to everyone. For the books that are needed for our men in hospitals and those in camps awaiting demobilization are the books that are on ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1918

W -r""'.-Tii J V' THE EVENING MISSOURIAN M t 'a. i i Ml I a fl 4 ! ELEVENTH YEAR T' IN 1 MORATORY Dean Guy L. Noyes Offers Discovery to State Board of Health for Use in Fight on Epidemic. CONFIDENT AS TO ITS EFFECTIVENESS Preventive Administered to Many With Success Re turning Students to Be In-, oculated on Request. The Public Health Laboratory of the University of Missouri School of Medicine has produced and is now manufacturing a vaccine which the members of the medical faculty are confident wilPserve as a preven tive of the epidemic pneumonitis, or what is commonly known an in fluenza. Dr. Guy L. Noyes, dean of the School of Medicine, -notified Dr. George II. Jones, secretary of the State Board of Health, who is in Kansas City, Thursday night, that this vaccine had been perfected and that the University was offering its use through the board for com batting influenza in the state. While the University has not yet manufactured it in such quantities as to permit it to be sent wher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1918

P'lMlMJBWHlHIIIHBLl'" . ' .LJ"" .,-K ..- -z? .mHaEiH6' 3 r C faffe Two IT ' T f 7 i SPOR1 I student in the University this term. Ill THE ETENTXG MISSOURIAN", SATU RDAT, DECEMBER U, 191S. The establishment of the three term system at the University of Mis souri, according to the sporting edi tor of the Kansas City Star, was cause of a controversy in the meet ing of the Missouri Valley Confer ence in Kansas City yesterday. The charge was made by one "coach," ac cording to the Star, that the three term plan ruling (whatever it may be) adopted by the conference would enable Missouri and all the rest of the conference members to permit players who enter school December 30 to compete the following fall. Another coach is reported as saying that under such conditions bis school would cancel games with Missouri. Another is quoted as saying that the new ruling, (whatever it may be) "smashes the very principle we have been working for years to establish." The remarks of the members of the conf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1918

Iggppw wjptj,i ijfipjypp THE EYEXIXG 3IISS0URIAX, SATU RDAT, DECEMBER 14, 1918. Fasre Three "Good Work!" yff&c5iiFf ' title te. w$S&o( JBfc"iBBMlBy?illBfeBrffffiy PHSflBBS!ffiSSHfflBBBB urn ypimHr ' mmmKmm VW TUT . " v. SlAW The Red Cross badge of membership is a delight to the soul of the man in khaki, or navy blue. He knows its true significance in war as well as in peace. So do the thousands of American mothers and wives and sisters who have had their loved ones with the colors. So do the hundreds of thousands of men, women and children of war-torn Belgium, France, Italy, Roumania, Serbia, Russia, Palestine and wherever Red Cross work has been going on. It is up to every man and woman in free and happy America to - see to it personally that the American Red Cross continues to carry on its great work of love and humanity. 10m the Red Cross 1 - alt you need is a heart and a dollar THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY Stephens Publishing Ccx & University Co-operative Store . 1

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1918

;y jgjwww ;i THE ETEXIXQ MISSOURIAy, SATURDAY, DECEMBER M, 1918. K'- 2S Four t f ! ! i ' H f THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldg. Down stairs. Phones: Business, 55; Isews, 274. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorlied September "X, lSflS. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, SL0O; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall la Bowne County; leur, $3.23; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, W cents. Outside the county: Year, $4.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 4j cents. '0W FOR GOOD ROADS! One of the things that has been seriously interrupted by the war and which should be taken up with added vigor now that the war is over is the good roads movement. Missouri has been pushing the construction of the Old Trails Road for a long time and now Is the time to bring the high...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1918

jijuyUUiMiii , Hill Mj-uUi-lU.iijWIiiJj.Ri' JIM) I VI jfSftgMw; -. j - f - 1 t " " THE ETESDTG 31ISS0URIAS, SATO BDA3T, DECEMBER 14, 191S. WHlM Page Fire f 'Illll,,,",,,,,l,l,mm,l,,m"',l''''''''" iiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiii mm.uii mi imiiiiiimmiii II, r SS4 who remembers his wife with No more thoughtful and appreciated kind of gift can be made by sons and daughters to parents or grand parents. Make their home brighter and more cheerful in their declining days. Yarn Holder Stand. Keeps the yarn clean and un knotted. Knitting need: les are always handy. Adds attractive ness to. your room. Basket is wick er. Yarn hold er and legs of lacquered wood. Cage for Your Singer. Beauty and comfort in this dwelling place for Tweedledee. Cage of grass fibre supported by tall leg, well balanced. Very appropriate for your sun parlor or living room. m ' Tea Wagon. Sates steps and insures safety to your china and success to your dinner or tea. Equal to a maid who is ever ready to assist in serv ing. Many be...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1918

If Pa?e Six TIIE EYENIXG MISSOURIAX, SATURDAY, DECEMBER U, 191S. . ' f- f 1 ff Join The Red Cross Because: : ' 1. The RED CROSS stands " for emergency service to our men overseas. All the services except the surgical supplies will be .needed un til the boys come home. ' t 2. The RED CROSS minis- ters to the comfort of our re turning soldiers and sailors. 3. The RED CROSS is ready with hospital service for sol diers and sailors and aids in the reconstruction work for the crippled and maimed. 4. The RED CROSS ministers to soldiers and sailors' families in distress. It has made 37 loans to their families and 42 visits in Boone County alone, beside assisting in getting over fifty allotments. When no one else could get the furlough for the sol diers to go to see his dying mother or sister the Red Cross did it. 5. The Red Cross is always ready for instant relief in pestilence and calamity. It spent $900.00 in Columbia and Boone County during the influenza epidemic. 6. The Red -Cross is ca...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1918

ruwm UOiipm " 111 Jffm1 m THE EVENING MISSOURIAN i ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, 1918. NUMBER 90 V J T VISIT TOMLLES U. S. President Is Made Cit izen of Paris Mrs. Wil son Given Brooch. IS SEEN AS ENIGMA Voting Power of Various Na tions Is First Big Job Ahead. UY ROBERT J. BENDER (United Press Staff Correspondent) PARIS. Dec. 1G. President Wilson motored this morning to Versailles, where the peace treaty will be sign ed. On the way the President's car was showered with flowers by children Thomas Nelson Page, ambassador to Italy, and Mrs. Page were the Presi dent's guests at luncheon. President and Mrs. Poincare, with a cavalry es cort, conducted President and iMrs. Wilson to the Hotel de Ville for the official reception. Following the ceremony making Wilson a citizen of Paris he was presented with a scroll declaring his citizenship. The president of the council. In be half of the city, then presented Mrs. Wilson with a brooch composed of an olive bra...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1918

apgf jyiynf 'my y "in'"' ' .MS- ' 1 TSjTS??9B,w'F,?n" ,,""T 8-"- ?W WflgPTM BmnMmMmmmiUMMMMMKKM&&! HHHBS8IHPKHKG!4M&lceitrJ ' J5MMMw!3t?p ? v" - i'pj-SFMw-tu. waiver Tvi r . - - - ? r1 Page Tiro THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. l'uMlsbed every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, SIo. Virginia Illdg. Downstair-.. I'bones: Business, 53; News, 274. Kntered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of iKoUtte provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September X, 1'Jlb. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months, Jl-OOj mouth, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; lear, $3.25: C months, 1.75; 3 months, W cents. Outside the onunty: Year, $4.00; 3 months, ?l.i; tKintli, 43 cents. THE CHKISTJIAS KOLL CALL An important part of our Christ mas this jear Is the Christmas mem bership campaign of the lied Cross.' At the end of the war the joining of the Red Cross is a me...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1918

-y'j'l-iwuy - ''-' -jiyT 'wrt'i "v"- 5?T ll! ' HV- "" . !JI ?'- "'IW, 2ts Ml 'V CASUALTY LIST The following MIssourans, all pri vates except where otherwise speci fied, are on today's casualty list. Killed in Action. Buford Easley. Easley. Oren Arthur Hoffarth, Towler. Lieut- P. J. Seeger, St, Louis. Corp. Edgar Fuqua. Kansas City. Corp. J. I Milan, Lees Summit. Everet M. Jenkins, Cleveland. L. H. Schubert, Centertown. Thos. L. Foley, Clinton. Henry C. Fowler, Springfield. Jos. F. Weia. St. Louis- Pled of Wounds Lieut. C. P. Woodbury. Kansas City. Geo. L. Edwards, Jr.. St. Louis. Tony Jenkins, Jefferson City. Joseph V. Parres, Silver Lake. Died of Accident and Other Causes. Corp. John V. McAfee, Gallatin. Private Charles A. Ilrown, Alba. Died of Disease. Sergt. E. W. Tolle, Malta Bend. Corp. r A. Mudd. Edina. J. C. Laughrey, Cedar Springs. Louis Dolbow, Grand View. A. R. Fields, Portagevllle. Charley Hart, St. Joseph. Oscar L. Withers, St Louis. Lieut. P. S. Phillips, Caruthersville...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1918

mm iiii(. muij ;jr fe?--t -" -;" -. v ' TnE EVENING anSSOURIAX, 3IOX DAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1913. "SF" Page Four i I" T BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS ASKED OF COUIIBU Librarians Tell How Men Sit on Floor to Read at Camps. SCHEMETO GET IN Fighters Use All Devices in Effort to Get Seats in Post Library. You may have wished that the crowded "movie" would thin out and give you a seat. You may have won dered if the people on the crowded street car had no homes at which they were ever going to get out and thereby make more room. But did you ever come upon a public library so crowded that readers sat on the floor rather than not be there at all? j That is the sort of attendance re-j ported from many a reading room in , the long list of libraries provided for American soldiers at home and over seas, at the front and in rest camps, hospitals and convalescent camps, j That is the sort of welcome the War j Library Service of the American LI-1 brary Association is getting from sol- i diers and sailors in embar...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 December 1918

""fSS SI"" -wj-jwjjyppijl, aajji WH' 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1918. NUMBER 91 IU: ; f J S.A.T.C, DRAWS $33,000 IS Big Draft for December Pay Proves Problem to City's Banks. CASH IS LACKING So Soldiers Take Their Money in ier's Checks Part of Cash- when the early afternoon Wabash train arrived in Columbia this after noon there stepped from one of the coaches an officer of the United States Army. Now officers often come to Co lumb.a and they get little or no public notice. But this officer He carried with him a draft for $33,000. That money is what the men of both sections of the S. A. T. C. have been waiting for. It was their De cember pay. It meant to the soldiers in the city meney in their pockets and discharges from the Army. It also meant home to them. for. with the ar rival of the draft, the last work of demob lization could be carried into effect. Soon after the money came the soldiers were, one by one, becom ing c...

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