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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1919

?r' r - ' Page Six THE ETEXIXO .MlSSOURIAy, THUR SPAY, JANUARY 2, 1919. k BIBLE IS 'OT TO BLAME liood Book Is 'o Authority for Spank ing Children. By United Tress. PALO, ALTO. Cal., Jan. .2. Don't spank the kiddies and then blame it on the Bible. This Is the warning being bent broadcast by the American Humane Education society here. The society is opposed to spanking land points out that .the alleged biblical authority so often quoted, "Spare the rod and spoil the child," cannot be found in any Bible. Instead, the maxim that has brought so many blue days to little folk originated in a poem by Samuel Butler in 1603, the Humane Educatdon society says. Says the society's letter to parents: 'Slapping, spanking, or whipping children cannot be defended. They have been universal. They are now common. They are seldom dibcussed. Possibly shame prevents parents from talking bbout this important subject. U is time the practice was discussed openly. "Children cannot defend themselves. Teachers ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 January 1919

ggB-jnag.:-JEM?j.MUMJCTP.yj jfc , j THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1918. NUMBER 105 Sr 1 J l3t K TO ASK 12,434,910 THE WEATHER F LEGISL I M. U. Budget Calls for 51.000,000 Maintenance Appropriation. WOMAN'S BUILDING?! Request Includes Girls' Gym nasium and Home Eco nomics Structure. The University of Missouri will ask the Legislature for $2,434,900. accord ing to the budget published in the last issue of The .Missouri Alumnus. The amount asked for this year is approx imately Ji.onn.uoo more than asked two years ago The last bi-ennial budget approximated J 1.500,000, and of this amount the legislature allowed 5926.017. The governor held up $90. ouu of this amount, reducing the net appropriation to 5836,047. Among the items for which the Uni versity asks appropriations are a new woman's; building, including a gymna sium, a home econinics building, a new power house, and others. Recom mendation that a new auditorium, ?n armory and a ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 January 1919

1 &T THE ETEXIXG MISSOCRIAX, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 191S. Page Two !1 It I If 9 t ii rs M THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MwnWr Auillt Iiur.Mii ..frirciiliit..n. Plll.llsll.il -.T.V l-Vlflllia fX.-i-i.t Sunday l.v 'I MN-.tirL-in A-.l.ill..;i. liirM- ratwl. r..limit.i.i. .M.i. WrtfliiM IS Ids- "ow" otnln. ri.oni".: I!uti". .: '' -' l'nt.T.-l si MHiini1--la- mall maltiT. A-n-ptamv for HMllhis at M-.vi.il nit.- of H.tafcT l.rovi.l.il fr in N-rtloii H"- A.t Oltv: Vrar. !."; 3 nimitlix. U. in.mtii. H vnts: .-..py. 2 -HtK. I..v Hiaii In Hooik- rounty: -.ir. :: i '"""V " 1 T.V I'. mimtli-t 1 n'lll. OIlMile til.' -.."untj : Yir. SIM: months ?li.: iiuiiitli, ' i't-. Isn't it strange that father seems to appreciate his Xew Year's greet ings less than any of the rest of the family? The trouble that most of them have is "I'lease remit" in bigger typo than Sew Year's greetings." THOSE KKSOMTIONS A certain percentage of the Anieii can people, when the Xew Year ap pears, seize upon it as an opnortunitj to ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 January 1919

Wf"? n -" . THE EVENING MISSOURI AS, FKIDAT. JANUARY 3, 1918. JOBS TELLS HOW I Describes Work in Benefits of His Missouri School of Journalism. ADVANCE WAS RAPID Managing Editor of Dallas Dispatch Writes fof Pep Magazine. Iorry A. Jacobs, a former student in the School of Journalism of the Uni versity of Missoui., published a ery intcresting article in the Pep maga zine for Januarj, 1019 in regurd to the teal benefits derived from schools of journulism. -Mr. Jacobs first caught the news paper germ while working nights in the mailing room of the Rocky Moun tain Xews, by which means he was paying his way tluough school. He later came to the University of Mis souri where he entered the School of Journalism. The article he has writ ten takes up his successful life from here and leaves him Managing Editor of "The Dallas Dispatch.' The article follows: "Do schools of journal. sm make grod newspapermen? "I have heard that question Usked, argued and discussed a thousand times since I got in...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 January 1919

&-.. . l'flgc Sk m I ni tf ih Ml I Hi i fi:- 1 ! . I ? 7 irf 1 1 f i !! r v 1 1. " IIs f ft . SPORT ffv I By Uuited Tress. (PARIS, Dec. 16 (by mail). Ameri- can sports ore taking the place of the Very few frenchmen have any ability fighting iiunlities of American sol- at throwing a ball bectiuso their mus dlers now that the war is enled. Injcles have not been developed along aiers, lhJ.-u-:Ii lines. And. as might be cxpect- inspl.ing a nam regard among the; inexperienced players, their French people for America and her afe ri,cn. ideals. At baseball the frencn are still bacKwara. dui in uu.er u,.u.. Yankee games they are showing much enthusiasm and no little aptne.s All this has been accomplished b the development of a simple system ....!-. !. t f TTri.lrtf ll lnmaum uy iuu i. -. -. i. ". . rection ot rercy levari - - oi me ucparimeui " - """"" French aimy, Dr. S. A. McComber. professor of physical education at Un ion College. Frank L. Quinby. former ly baseball coach at Vale an...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 January 1919

T??T'rT -; "- 'TTTr- ijwjwypyyn". jj m wy,,,. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1919. NUMBER 106 MP" V . " - STEOIP IN CITY STILL DOUBTFUL Examination Ratings of the Candidates Are Kept Secret . EVEN NUMBER VAGUE Any One of Three Highest Men May Be Appointed to riace. THE WEATHER There is considerable discussion, public and otherwise, concerning the appointment of a Columbia postmas ter. Of the ten or twelve candidates for the position, it is well to remem ber that none lias as yet received his rating in the examination. The exact number of candidates cannot be deter mined since the applicants were .not assembled for the examinations. After the Civil Service Commission grades the examination papers, the three candidates making the best grades will be certified to the Post master General who will recommend , for appointment the most available man of the three high candidates. j -The comm.ssion is not disclosing the i g grades of the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 January 1919

i'7v . r-jr.- ..: , ' t. 7i , ' ' THE EVE.M.NC 3HSS0UHIAS. SATC RPAY. JANUARY 1, 1919. Page Two vi " I 1 "0 II i J lis ;il '.! ! M 'f I P I- H I.!.! 1 i ! , r , t ft-i . , i. f ' !.. i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Mrmber Audit Iluronu nf Circulations. I'ulilliluil ever? evi-nlue 'ivpt Sunday liv Tin- Ml-nuriiii Association. Im-onw-rnttil, ClumM.i, Mo. Virginia KMs. I" Kt.ilrx. l'hom-: Ilu-Ine-., ""; Nen. - 1'nti.r.xi ., u-.iml-iI.tN.4 mall matter A' i.i,t-ii,.- fur inciilln? at MKclal rate of IHiotJSv iirmWnl for In Siftlon HOB, Ait .if OitnU-r :!. 1017 autliorircil S.-iiteralMT i;. v.ns Citv: Year, fS.Tr, .". month. $U" : lii..ni:i. 40 cvuts; cups. - vnt. I!y mall In liooiic Ooiiniy; tir, $3.'Sr. month. f.T; :: mouths V) ruts. Oiif-hle tlif tiiunty: Year, ?!.. ": months sll'i: montli. i M. Don't forget that there were no Christinas feasts, nor jet any New Year's dinners, for the birds. Numer ous feathered beauties are wintering in Columbia, but the snow that has covered the city for the ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 January 1919

"T5 THE EVENING MISSOURLVN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919. Page Three RUSSIA'S RUTH LIES IN Mine. Breshkosky Declares Allies Must Maintain Good Government. B I TTE R ON DI CTATOR Rule of Koltchak Cannot Last, "Grandmother" Told Frank H. Kinir. Tlw follow in,; .irthlc is ! Frank J. King, a Columbia Imy iho In a graduate of the fM-hiMil of .Journalism, now Man or iviiotnli'tit fr tlu .lap.iu Adiertlser in Siberia) VLADIVOSTOK. No-.--Hunted by Bolshevik and monarchist, but safe in the care of 100 million Russians who she says will have none of either, Catherine Breshko Breshkovsky, "the Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution." ende,l a 5.000-miIe jour ney from Petrograd here last night. She must stop throe days for a boat to Japan, and then is away on another .'.000-mile trip to Washington and the White House, where she hopes to see President Wilson and urge a more decided American and Allied policy in Russia. "Neither Bolshcviki nor monarchist can inle Russia," says this aged gi tat...

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

sap-y- - "- - E.W3 7r " i.v- THE ETEyiXO 3IISS0PRIAy, SATU RDAY, JAXUARY 4, 191. Page Sis w -' ' - -5 w WHWMW ' i i ii I 1- ii j i ti I .1 !. I ,' 1 ? ! n ; I i : 1 1918 WAIOIEIt THAN USUAL Weather Itureau Heeonts Slums Dally Excess of 1-1 Decrees. The average dally excess of tem perature in Columbia as compared with normal years wa C.9 degrees for December, according to the report for that month by the United States Weather Bureau here. The last year as a whole was warmer than usual, the accumulated excess since January 1. 191S. being 551 degrees, or an aver age daily excess for the year of 1.5 degrees. December 5 was the warmest day of the month when the thermometer went to f7 degrees. The coldest day was December 26 with the mercury at 2 be sold or given away. It is called the "Eupedon" string of farms. "Eupe don," is a Greek word meaning "rich lands." Mrs. Meriwether expects to manage the land. "I don't see why a woman can't manage a farm as well as a man, and I am here to get n...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 January 1919

"--ft mV VtmmV I I' MISSOURIAN TWELFTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MQNDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1919. A. NUMBER 106 THEEWENING -t ' hi v- SALE OF 2.75 BEER DECLARED ILLEGAL BY SUPREME COURT Constitutionality of Volstead Enforcement Law Upheld , as Regards Percentage of Ajcohol Allowed. HOLDS HALF PER CENT INTOXICATES Decree Probably Will Be Taken as DefinitionUnder Constitutional Prohibition Also, It Is Believed. By United Press. WASHINGTON. Jan. 5. Upholding the constitutionality of the most vital section of the Volstead Enforcement Law, the Supreme Court of the United State today declared that 2.75 per cent beer and other near beers cannot be sold under the Wartime Prohibi tion Act. The case decided today was an ap peal from the New York federal court by Jacob Rupert, a brewery corpora tion. The action of the government in prohibiting the sale of 2.75 per cent beer, both before and after the Vol stead law was passed on Octobar 28, 1919, was upheld. The decision of the court was 5 to 4....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 January 1919

? fw '" THE EVENING MISSOURIAK, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY. JANUARY 5, 1919. Page Two ..'- i"' fe.!1 s- I- p. lift E &- , NOTES Mrs. George Long -went to Kansas City today to visit her sister. Miss Nelle Cowan returned to her home in Marshall. She has been vis iting her brother, Albert Cowan, a student in the University. James iHelter went to Moberly for the, day. D: B. Carpenter and R. S. Roberts returned to their homes In Hallsville today. G. XI. Hazard and W. H. Gardner left today for Los Angeles, Calif, for a visit. R. D. Rogers returned to his home in Mexico, Mo., today. Mrs. K. W. Blomeyer has gone to Richmond for a visit. Oland Russell, who has been visit ing at the Alpha Tau Omega house, returned to hi shome in St. Joseph today. A. W Musgrove left today for his home in Canton. V. H. Stone left today for a three weeks trip over Northern Missouri. A. B. Chance and son, A. B., Jr., re turned to Centralia this morning. Ethel Remley went to Moberly to day where she teaches in...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 January 1919

.fsssHifsSKKSKKBBsSal v' -"-:- "Sjv ' - ," -J "V. f st"C3t, i.i ..""' - ' FWm. THE EYENINQ MI890UBIAN, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1M9, EYEy SANTA CLAU8 JADED Chtistaas Gifts In Jade Startle Broad. war Dally Now. By 3IARGAKET ROHE United I'ress Staff Correspondent) Poor Percy thought "Sweets to the sweet" ' A brilliant thing to say a so to copy it he tried "When he sent Xmas day strand of green and lovely beads To Sue, but I'm afraid The friendship ne'er will be the same Hie wrote "Jades to a jade." N"EW YORK, Jan. 3. Christmas greens have just disappeared from our midst but their memory is still kept green in the gleam of jade for there was scarcely a smart Xmas stocking this year that did not divulge a gift of this Chinese stone among its offerings. In fact a perfect jade craze is now on among fair frail followers or fash Ion, and lapidaries are reaping a gold en harvest where they sow green stones. To be sure after the purchase of even the minutest charm in this precio...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 January 1919

?s-$.$mpijgjui. tw sri:r,,"r "?v.T Hrj It &! .' - '." IV I 1a r Page Foot THE BTM1SQ MISSOURtAN, COLUMBIA, 3QSSODM, MONDAY, JAXCARY i. 191ft THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Borean of arculatlona. Published every evening except Sunday by The MIssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldir. Down stairs. I'boneg: Business, 03; News. 24- Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate ol iKwtace provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September 'JO, 1318. City: ye-ir, $3.73: 3 months, 11.00; montli, 40 cents;- copy, 2 cents.. By mall t lu IWone County: Year, $3.25: 6 montts, 11.73; S months, 00 cents. Outside tie county: Year, $4.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 43 cents. Students in Bangor, Wales, are lia ble to a fine of 12 cents If round guilty of flirtinc It is not likely such a regulation will ever come to the Uni versity of Missouri as long as there is student self-government. A man was killed in Kansas re...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 January 1919

fj. THE EYENIN0 MISSOUMAN. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, JAXUA 8Y S, lHf. JW7,.7 , SPORT Missouri Valley sport fans, their general interest heightened by a hotly contested football season, are await ing with interest the opening games of the New ears nasKetoau self-! lies Missouri and the Kansas Aggies, -strong rivals in the past for honors on the indoor court are watching not ! the old "dark horse the Kansas Vayhawker, but have another reason for uniest this jear. Oklahoma Uni w versity. the home of Bennie Owens' fighting Sooner football team has en tered the Missouri Valley since the last conference football game was " played, and thus for the first timi :n the history or Valley schools they must take the new member from the South into consideration. Missouri, for one respects the Sooners, and the scores in past football games will give the alley fan some reason why this respect is merited. Ranking lowest in the list of Mis souri Valley contenders, Missouri, with five letter men, st...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 January 1919

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Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 January 1919

s r v. -C T ' THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, iMISSQURI, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 6, 1919. NUMBER 107 V THEODORE ROOSEVELT DJES Death Comes to Noted Former President as He Lies Alone Sleeping at Saeamore Hill Pul monary Embolism, or Blood Clot on Artery of Lung, Is Given as Cause. TO BE BURIED WEDNESDAY White House Flag Flies at Half Mast in TriBtite to Dynamic Leader, Who Sat for Seven Years in Seat of Chief Executive of United States Career a Varied One. THE WEATHER l'.y United Press OYSTER KAY, Jan. 6. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt died in his sleep at 4:15 o'clock this morning. The end came when there was no one in the room but the valet. The following statement was made to the United Press by Dr. ( icorge Fawler of Oyster Day, the physician who last saw the Colonel. "Colonel Roosevelt retired at 12 o'clock feeling better than for some time. At 4:15 o'clock he simply ceased to breath. Death was caused probably by pulmonary embolism." This pulmonary embolism. Dr. Fawle...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 January 1919

1 "'Kl fSC' THE EYEXIXG 3IISSOURIAX, MOXD AT, JANUARY G, 1919. Page Two a i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Auillt Ifureau of Circulations. I'nMIslipil every erenlnc except Sunday Iiy The Misiurlan Asod.Uiuu. Iucorpo-r-.it.Nl. L'olumbLi. JIo. Virginia ItMtt. Ionn stjiri. 1'liones: Ituslnns, S3; New, - Knterwl as mvoii -class mall matter. Ac eeptauce tor mailing at nieclal rate or postage iirmlilwl for In Seetlon 1K. Art of October a. 11)17 authorized September K, IttlS. Citv: lear. $.!.7r; 3 month. $1.1)0; month, 40 cents; copy. - fnt. Hy maU In Uwne County; 'iear, $XK: 0 month. $1. .; S months SO iit Outride the county: ear, $l-"-0; S months 1A; month. 4. cents THEODOKE ROOSEVELT. FIGHTER Ho. was a good fighter, anyway. Asa youth, spindly and frail, he de termined he would make himself strong. He drove his body to exercise with an iron will. He gave himself a physique that carried him through later trials that would have other wise been impossible for him. Nearsightedness barred the ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 January 1919

f 3q smw -7, ... .v.. .. r v DEAN AVILLIAMS ENTERTAINED Scleral Dinners Ghen for Him in Tot jo, Japan. Ilecent issues of the Japan Arher tiser tell of seeral lectures delhered in Tokjo bj Dean Walter Williams of the School or Journalism and of din ners in Ins honor He has lectured at the Imperial Unhers.it of Tokjo and at Keio and Waseda universities. A luncheon was given in his honor by members of the faculty of Waseda L'nlveisitj, of which Marquis Okuma is president Of another dinner the Advertiser sajs: "A dinner was given in honor of Dr. James MacDonald, editor of the Toronto Globe and Dr Walter Wil liams, at the Chuotei Restaurant, on lond.i), December 9 Among the promoters were: Messrs. S If. AVaiit w right, J Struthers. Karl F Baldwin, Hugh Ujas., E W. Clement, W. Ai ling, C W. Keifsnider, G. M F.sher. J. Nitobe, Tokutaro S-Kai, K Ibuka, M. Takagi, Soichi S.nto. K. Munesuje, D Ebina. .M. Uemura and D. Tagawa. in addition Mr Williams has been the guest of honor of the Internat...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 January 1919

jPi-.He "" ..m wyaw THE ETEXIG MISSOPRIAX, MOM) AY, JANUARY C, 1919. Page Sk jpsBrat i v 1 s. 1 g ;J i. CATHOLIC SISTER TELLS . OF GERMAN OCCUPATION BY GEORGE T. BYB AMERICAN' PRESS HEADQUAR TERS, British Front (by mail). Sis ter St. John came out from the cellar of the shell-broken hospital at Le Quesnoy to receive us. She was un der thirty, and she looked at us from large gray-blue eyes with the brave steadiness of one who has been busy at good work. "How do you do. Englishmen," she began, and advanced to shake hands. "I am pleased to the heart to sec you. I nese iouneeii ua. ucu m KiiRlishmen have been coming clos- at the German hospital but I say 1 wish to be here, and as I talk very good German they gave me more choice than the other sisters. But, understand, the sisters were not badly treated. The people? the civils? They had a very hard life. Little to eat, no money their houses filled with Germans, and always salute, salute, salute. When the civil do not salute the German of...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 January 1919

U'L UJ r '"z$&8Tf' M?a,jJviALjB ynfr .yM.- 4 r v THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1919. NUMBER 108 -"jr? . II NEEDED Charity Organization Society Calls For Blankets, Sheets and Other Material. CAN VASSA SUCCESS Baskets of Food Distributed to Needy on Thinksgiving and Christmas Day. Blankets, sheets anil other bedding are an urgent need of the local Charity Organization Society. Persons willing to do nate such articles are requested to inform Mr. p. E. Major, field agent, at the Exchange National Dank Building, or some other member of the organization. The canvass of the business district which the Columbia Charity Organiza tion Society made a week before Christmas to obtain funds was report ed a success at the meeting of the Hoard of Directors in the Commercial Club rooms yesterday afternoon at 4 : 15 o'clock. The canvassers said that the business men responded willingly. A similar campaign of the residence section is planned f...

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