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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 December 1918

W 'i ''-' -r. J -'!$QIr i V- fc I- ' Page Tito THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by 'Ice Missuurtan AssuUaliou, Iccurpo ruted, Columbia, ilo. Wrgluia ltldg. Down stairs, l'lioues: liusiuess, 60; .Ne3, 1'74. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section Uu3, Act of October 3, WIT autliorued September M, 1U13. City: Year, 3.73; 3 months, J1.00; moutn, 40 cents; copy, 2 ceuW. Uy mall lu limine County; lear, $&; 0 moutlis, 1.70; a moutbs, 1W cents. Outside tbe cimuiy: leur, $IM; 3 moutns, l-; bwutli, 45 ceuts. EVEIl 1IEAK THIS OXE, KIMJI Can it be that, all unawares, we have been entertaining a real mixer in tne Wnue House? Dispaicues iroui France and Eng land nave told, time and again, how President Wilson started .n telling stones upon being introduced to dis tingu.sned persons. rieres one he told to Lloyd Georgt and other notable Britons: The intormali...

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. — 28 December 1918

w ir ft T RUCE PREVENTS 1 F. Captain Chester R. Longwell Had Been Recommended for Promotion. RIDES IN AIR PLANE Columbian Stationed on Moselle- River, Between Nan cy and Metz. The end of the war probably was ell that prevented Captain Chester R. Longwell of Columbia from being made a major. He writes, under date of November 24: "If the war had lasted two weeks longer I probably would be a major now. Jly recommendation for promo tion was In. You see, the war ended a bit too soon." The letter was received by J. K. Longwell, 803 College avenue, Colum bia. Chester Is in the 350th Field Ar tillery. Ninety-Second Division. The rest of the letter follows: ".My Dear Folks: "I've just come in from a good ride up into old German territory. We visited "Fritz's trenches and battery positions, and saw something of the damage we did to him before the ar mistice. He's gone now everything Is peaceful; but there will be many remembrances of his presence for a long, long time. r Saw Entry Into Lorrai...

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. — 28 December 1918

A7 ' THE ETEXIN'G 3IISS0UHIAX, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1918. Page Four VV W m KS m v S MS M 6 V sfi ?3 js5x m $ 3 i & 52 253 PS v v ax VICTOR BARTH CLOTIUXG CO. QV3- 3-4 ILETZLERS' 3LVRKET J6m& SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP &A &: S 1919 Approaches we feelthat a brighter year is at hand. Behind us is deprivation and sorrow; ahead of us is Re-Construction and the building up of Friendships both at home and abroad which, begun in the hour of necessity and gloom, constitute a measure of compen sation for the costly struggle. That we will all strive to help Our Country to maintain and strengthen her newly-found place in World Affairs is the resolution of every True American. We Greet. 1919 with Hope and Courage! MILLER'S SHOE STORE -XCHANCElCfiof5LRANi? DANIEL BOOXE TAYERX Boone County Lumber Co. 23 TRANSFER CO. COLLEGE IXX Building 3LiterIals VtfmjxV Ct-LJ- GEERY'S JEWELRY STORE Mabash Grocerteria PARKER FURXITURE CO. Coffman & Son Bowling. Lumber Co. ?nv C. IV. 3IarUn, 3fcr. lOV ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1918

PV THE EVENING MISSOURIAN -9 "SM. f f I- i II r L ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIANS fflOUTE LEAGM NATIONS Mass Meeting Soon to Spread This Idea .Organization Formed. STEPHENS"! S HEAD Others Include J. E. Wrench, C. B. Rollins, U. S. Hall and Mrs. L. W. Moss. Columbia today had an organiza tion of citizens actively working to promote the idea of a League of Na tions. A mass meeting probably will' be held soon to promote the plan. E. W. Stephens is chairman, and J. E. Wrench secretary of the organiza tion. An executive committee in cludes these two and also C. B. Rol lins, U. S. Hall, and Mrs. Luella St. Clair-Moss. The organization was formed at an informal meeting held Saturday night at the Y. M. C. A. in an attempt to develop public opinion in Columbia and Boone County in favor of a League of Nations. E. W. Stephens, who called Jthe meeting to order, said "Now is the psychological time to start this move ment for a League of Nations to pro tect the weaker nations. The un selfish attitude o...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1918

w--"r-" J4 w I' ' r V i i.i 1 Page Two TnE EYEXIXG MISSOURIAJf, 3T0M)AT, DECEMBER 30, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by The MIssonrtan Association. Incorpo rated, Columbia. Mo Virginia Bide Down stairs. Pbones: Business. 53; News. 274. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section lira. Act of October 3. 1917 authorized September 20, 101S. Cltv: Year, $3.73; 3 months. $1.00: month. 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall la Boone County: Year. $3.20; 0 months, 1.73; 3 months. 90 cents. Outside the county: Year, $4 30; 3 months, $L2o; uonth, 43 cents. The three-term system offers at least this advantage In the present situaLon. Students who made little progress toward ther degrees last term can enter school now and do two lull terms of work before nest September. HOW AMERICAN WOMEN HONORED MRS. WILSON THE SECRET BALLOT Among the election reforms de mande...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1918

t ,wyjisp4lS!Bw - & J i1""3""1 -sTanr" v-cr''Eiq-G?ri y-iJVrviy S3"4 . ijif. n TIIE ETEMXQ MISSOURIAX, 3I0XP AY, DECEMBER SO, 191S. Tase Three ? rMBpSWWy. Try yi I 1 s t 1 Ih n J GERMANS PUT ROOF T Great Sheds Kept Submarines Under Eleven Feet of Concrete. FEARED AIR BOMBS Vigorous Attacks by British Fliers Did Tremendous Destruction. Br United Presa. LONDON', Dec. 14 (bjr mail). The Germans built groat -"tralnsheds" in the water to shelter their submarines at Bruges, Belgium, from bomba drop ped from the air. The sheds have concrete roofs eleren feet thick, and are of massive proportions. From early in 1917 until .the Germans were forced to abandon Bruges altogether, 4,000 workmen were employed in building the great sheds for the undersea boats. Hundreds of concrete pillars, each two feet thick and twenty-five feet high, supported the heavy roof. Eight of the shelters had been completed, and the ninth was being built, when the Germans decided to run along home. In the very earl...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1918

i? k tr THE EVEXDiG 3TISS0UBIA, MOM) AY, DECEMBER 80, 1918. Page Four m I I.' VI vt 1 I JUGOSLAVS FOIL GERMAN SPIES IN SOUTH AMERICA Dispatches from the Jugoslav , colon sts In South America contain the Information that their organlza ton. the Jugoslav National Defense, will continue its vigorous work throughout the duration of the Paris conference and until peace is signed. These people, about 50,000 in num ber, dwell chiefly in Chile, their largest settlements being in Anto fagasta and Punta Arenas. Among them are some of the richest men in South Amer.ca. Their labors since the beginning of the war have im mensely helped to propogate good feeling toward the Allies and to checkmate the machinations of Ger man agents. Even before the war, the Jugo-1 slavs of Chile felt keenly the German menace in South America. It was well known that the German spy sys- r In beginning the work of the tri- mesteryou'll need The Evening Missourian RATES, IN CITY 1 Year $3.75. 4 Months 1.40 3 Months 1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1918

i,i uynnf iiyyyii'ywMp "VJjp.ts.J Wr- 4j THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1918. NUMBER 102 f ? 2S f iir , .iiiumis inuuniuff 956 GIVEN FOR Clfj SOCIETY $1,000 Hoped for by Mortday, When Organization Is to Meet. CHECKS COMING IN Residence Sections to Be Can vassed Later for $800 Additional. The Ilev. T. W. Young, chairman of the finance committee of the Charity Organization Society, made this, state ment today in regard to the results of the recent canvass for funds: "We hae received and deposited $936.10. as a result" of the recent can vass for funds for the Columbia Char ity Organization. Each day mew checks ate coming in. "When the Charity Organization So city meets next Monday we want to report $1,000 actually receied. We still lack just $43.10. "Please mail your contribution Tor this worthy work to the P.ev.. T. W. Young, chairman of the finance com mittee; to F. P. -Miller, 113 South Eighth isireet. treasurer; or leave with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1918

F, - 1 ror ix in Page Tito THE ETEXIXG JUSSOORIAX, TCES DAY. DECEMBER 31. 1913. i SOCIETY NOTES Miss Jessie Williams, a former Voi ersity student and niece or Dean Walter Williams of the School of Journalism was married at 12:30 Sat urday to Llojd Thompson of St. Louis at the home of her parents. Judge and Mrs. Williams at Boonttlle. The ceremony was performed by the Uev. W. J. Green, and Mrs. Uussell Moore cousin of the bride played the wed ding march. Miss Sue Williams, who graduated from the University last semester was the maid of honor and Alex Stephens of Boonville was the best man. After the ceremony .Mr. and Mrs. Thompson went to St. Jo seph where they will isit for a few da s. They will live in St. Louis. Mrs. Thompson is a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Mr. Thompson is a number of the 1'hi Kappa Psi fraternity. Miss Dorothy Sihler and Kenneth Shepard of Kansas City both former students in the University were mar ried at 8 o'clock Saturday night at the home of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1918

JTC I r U.S, IY RATIFY DRY IE BY PE8. 1 1 SUP State- Legislatures, Meeting in January, Expected to Act Quickly. 15 HAVE RATIFIED Temperance Board Considers All Except Three Sure to Approve. A survey of the wet and dry situa tion throughout the country just com pleted by the Methodist Hoard of Tern Iterance shows that there are 2,ri4G dry counties and sr.l wet counties. -This is a dry gain for the year 191S of -ICO counties. During the year the drys won state wide victories in Ohio, Florida. Wyo ming and Nevada, with a recount pend ing in Minnesota. They were defeat ed in Missouri and California, but elect ed ratification Legislatures in both states There are at present 31 dry states, not including Texas, where a state wide prohibition law was held by the state Supreme Court to be contrary to the constitutional provision for lo cal option. At present, opening of sa loons in that state is being prevented by injunctions andrefusal of the comp troller to grant licenses. The probability ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1918

II 1 I ! . ru f Pajre Four THE EVENING 3IISS0URIAX, TDES DAY, DECEMBER 31, 1918. VTHE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. V l'cbll F "?tf1' Published every evening except Sunday by Tbe Mlssourian Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bids. Donn- rnonea: uusiness, u; jsew, -n. "Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac- stance for mailing at special rate of ttage provided for In Section 1103, Act October 3, I'M? authorized September 1U1S. City: Year, $3 73; 3 months, JI.00; .sntb, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall j Boone County; ejr, $323; C months, 1.75; 3 months, 0 cents. Ontslde the -inty: Vear, $150; 3 months, J1.23; nth, 45 cents. The University is offering every fa- jty for its students to protect them- l(fs against influenza by inocula- oit. To refuse to co-operate is not nly short-sighted, but hardly public plrited. iNOTIIEK KEASOX FOR KATIFYI.MJ " Temperance workers, after careful ly compiling facts about thi situation in every state of the Uni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1918

l ,4 I. PORTUGAL FULFILLS OLDESTJLLIANCE Treaty 600 Years Old Takes Nation Into Great World War. IN AFRICA AT FIRST Republic's Soldiers Later Placed Under Command of British. Ily United Tress. LONDON. Dec. 16 (by mail). The oldest existing alliance in the world was demonstrated during the war on Uie Western front. It is the Uritish-I'ortuguese com pact, tthfch dates frnm early in the lourreenth century. It only, of all the scores or leagues or nations and ententes which have oouim the various parts of Kurope more or less closely in varying com binations, has withstood the erosion r centuries and changing conditions. While the original formal protective alliance between the two countries was not signed until the first part of the foiuteenth century, British and Portuguese troops acted together in an informal entente as early as 1148, in the expulsion of the .Moors from Portugal. A Uritish fleet, carrying crusaders to Palestine, happened to put in at a Portuguese port while the king o...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1918

i r i i ! f I' Page Six THE ETEXIXG 3IISS0URIAX, TUESDAY, DECE3IBEB 31, 19J3. V- V.T .J!j V MAKE THE TAVERN YOUR HEADQUARTERS ll J 1 nr r ins i irirr IS . I I, ; i I1- r 9 HE Tavern Building houses Entertainment, Food, Drugs, Tobaccos, Fountain Service, Tonsorial Service everything to be found in. a first- class Hotel, Drug store, Billiard Parlor and Barber Shop. Read the following messages of welcome to the returning students and the general public. ' IF ws. -Ntf- . ' r j. . s&zfZfU- I . tfVtBWss i.i. mi i .ii rx nwrnrnmrMrwT jwut , w j MAiwai ii. -Ati" r -v -w a xv vibmh r huh inmifl - ikii! - vlF Z AT THE DANIEL BOONE TAVERN 100 FIREPROOF ROOMS Well Heated, Comfortable Rooms With Shower Baths ' at Reasonable Prices Special Rates to University Students A Little More Than One Year Old and How We've Grown! In keeping with the appointments of our building, the Pride of Co lumbia, is the quality of Tavern Drug Store Service. OUR CIGAR DEDARTMENT T-m T 77- Our large humidor enables...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 January 1919

ft 3 i THE EVENING ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, E FOR FARMERS' WEEK IS JUL 20-24 Program Will Conform to After-War Problems of Reconstruction. BANQUETENDS WEEK Singing Lead by Mrs. Steele Will Be Feature of Even ing Sessions. Missouri Farmers' Week at Colum l)la will lie held January 20-24 in clusive. The College of Agriculture Is rabkiug all preparations for the sessions and aa unprecedented at tendants is expected. It will open on .Monday night, January 20 under the Joint co-operation of the State Board and College of Agriculture. The entire program will conform to tho after-war time problems which are now evt "hand. Reconstruction problems will be taken up ami an endeavor to meet new conditions as the Amer.tiin farmer faces them today will be made. Because of America's part in the war and liecause of her growing importance as a commercial nation world tiade and world markets hate become of vital interest to farm ers of America. '.Miss Jane ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 January 1919

i 'iST 50i .v: -4 for ft J Page Two TIIE ETEXIXfi MSSOPBIAS, WEDNESDAY JANUARY I, 1919. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member AuJlt Bnreau of Circulations. TuulUbed every eveninff except Sunday bv Tue Mlssourian .vssoeiaiiou. mcurjiu rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldg. Down stairs. Phones: Business, K; Kens, 274. v- Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance fur mailing at special rate of nosuse provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1S17 authorized September 2C, 191S. I Charles E. "Wood, Hannibal. John H. Eskridge, Olden. Homer Francis, St. Louis. Thomas B. Harper, St. Louis. Irwin Henry, Centerville. Victor Roberts, Marshall. Charles E. Wilfong, Desloge. City: Year, $3.73; 3 montbs, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mail In l!one County; lear, $3.25; 0 months $1.7.".; 3 months, 80 cents. Out-side the county: car, $4.50; 3 months, $1.2j; Lionth, 43 cents. EW YEAHS 1A1 Xew Year's Day is proving to be a clay of work m Columbia. For the Iirst time, the Un'iver.sit and t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 January 1919

. I THE ETEMXG MISSOURIAX, 1TEDSESDAY, JAXUABr 1, 1919. 1'age File TEARS TELL STORY AS ARMISTICE HANGS FIRE BY GEORGE T. BYE AMERICAN PRESS HEADQUAR TERS. Dec 24. Returning to Valen ciennes, wrth Phillip Glbbs, the Brit ish correspondent, e saw the Prince of Wales, with General Home, com manding the British First Army, re ceive an oatkm from the remnants of the citj's population while Cana dian troopers, fresh from battle suc cesses, formed a phalanx around the Grande Place. Speeches were made by city officials wsh teats streaming from their eje3. The troops were inspected and re iewct. The pipers placd. People stood in shattered windows of the 4 story buildings that edge the long rectangular Grande Place, tossing idown bouquets. Two dozen lovely little girls, frilly with Valenciennes lace, presented bouquets to platoons of generals who didn't know what to do with them, but the Canadian Corps' goat, also on the platform of honor, knew what to do with them, and when he was pressed in...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 January 1919

1 Ssesm.' V- f I.- Page Six JTlKETEyiyGJIISSOCBlAy. WEDNESDAY, JAXPARY I. 1919. SPORT I number of first string men and mem- I bers of freshmen teams. These ate the eligible "M" men who are how in Dr. W. E. Meanwell is still in Camp i service Mcpherson, Atlanta, Ga.. according to I ncnick (hurdles and sprints) '1C; the last news the athletic department j Seu,ia (hurdles, 440) '17; Gableman has received. It is not oiilcially known j mil) -16: Bond (440) '17; Corwin when he will return to take charge (sso) .1C; Duncan (mile) "17; Scholz , ()f gmoke of athletics here. Jonn . .Miner is (hurdles, sprints) K, is; )"' preparing to coach the basketball (hurdles, broad jump, sprints, vault team for the season which started in 440) .17 -js; Barlow (440) '18; 3lut ten days with Ames at Columbia. tingly (440) 'IS; Honey (880) "18; Al Coach iMiller needs more candidates, i i)US" (hurdles) "IS; Osborne (hurdles, who are eligible for varsity basket-1 hjKh jump) 'IS; .Marshall (vault. ball. Other te...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1919

rt: THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 1 ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1918. NUMBER 104 I T Stanley Ingold Hears From Man Whom Children Remembered. ON U. S. S. MERCURY Tells of Experiences on Transport Chased by Submarines. When the children 'living on Thllly avenue in Columbia filled a Christ mas box as their ikrt toward making the day brtghteir for some one of the country's soldiers or sailors, Stanley Ingold, 6 years old. Included his name and picture in the box. The box was greatly appieciated as the letter re ceived by the little boy this week shows. The letter follows: U. S. S. MERCURY Newport News, Va. December 25th, 1918. "Dear Friend: I am writing this to thank you for a Christmas package I received from jou today. It was very nice and ev erything in it was welcome and useful to me. Ve have several men on she ship who came from Kansas City, and I guess that is near where you live. "This ship is a transport and! car ries soldiers and cargo. While the war...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1919

i ; ys3g THE EYEXIXG jnSSOCRlAy, THURSDAi, JANUARY 2, 1918. Page Tm 1 .! THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations, Published every evening except Sunday by Tbe Mlssourlan Association, incorpu rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia lilig. Down stairs. I'bones: Business, 53; News, 2ii i?ntgrn,i na HMnm1 .rl.n s mall matter. Ac ceytance for mailing at special rate of pu!uige proviueu tor u owuvu , .. of October 3, 1317 autborlzed September CO, 191S. City: Year. $3.75; 3 months, $1.00. Lwntti, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In l$oiie County; iear, $3.23; 0 niontus, $1.75; 3 moutlis, S)0 cents. Outside tbe oiunty: lear, $10; 3 months, $l.i; Liontn, 43 cents. CO.NSEKVI.M! TIME Out of this war there have come many things, some bad, many sorrow ful. butVome infinitely worth while. One of these is our new appreciation of time and our way of spending the twenty-four hours of each day that is given to young, old, rich and poor alike. We have not only learned to con serve on food and...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1919

ayw ' wyui.-ii i' THE EVEXLNG .MISSODBIAN, THCR SPAY, JAMJARY 2, 1918. Page Fire SECRET OF MYSTERY PAPER OF BELGIUM IS REVEALED By United Tress. BRUSSELS, Dec. 15 (by mail). With the coming of liberty to Belgium, La Libre Belgique has departed,, and The Patriot has reappeared. It Is now possible to tell that the most re markable of war-time newspapers, La. Libre Belgique, which successfully defied German efforts to suppress it Sor four jears, wtis The Patriot, a disguise. Victor Jourdain, aged edi tor of The Patriot, likewise edited the will-o-the-wtsp sheet which kept German officials an a constant state of irritation during their occupation of his country and helped to keep the spirit or the Belgian people steadftist. He died a few weeks tigo, just too soon to sec his city of Brussels liber ated. The Patriot was suppressed by Ger man order at the outset of the war. A few weeks later copies of a new pa per began to fall into the hands of the German offiaals and larmy officers. It d...

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