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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 January 1919

' SF'j'""'" J4i - "f -P-X- ?f TOE ETEXISG MISSOURIAX. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1919. Page Two 4 I" tt THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Clrcnlatlonn. 1'ubllslicd every evening exwpt Sunday liy Tlie MiourLm Association, Iui-orpo-rile.1. LMlumliU. -Mo. VlrRiula.IUJs. Ion stalr. riiunew: Business, .m; Jeiv. - Kiiteretf as M-cond-class mall matter. Ac ceiitaiitf for m-iUlnit at i.h-cU1 rr "' iw-tajre pmvlilrd fur In -ctlon 110... Ait if oTtoli-r 3. 1'JIT autliorlzcl M-iUemler 20, IMS. City: Year. J.S.T5; 3 '"V"' iW$mai! immtli. 40 cents; copy. -J cents.. By mall in Boone County; ear, $S: 0 wills S1.W; 3 inontLs 1W cents. Outside tLe county: V-.ir, $IW, 3 months ?l-. month, 4.". centt. 21 2 and 16.4, Milwaukee 14.4 and 12.3, Newark. X. J.. 19.5 and 14.2, Cincin nati 20.6 and 16.5. Washington 23.C and 16.8. SOCIETY NOTES Lieutenant Norris Rider has returned to Columbia, and has entered the Uni versity. Mrs. Rider is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Rider in Kan sas City. Miss Je...

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. — 7 January 1919

THE EVENING mSSOUMAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1S19. Page Three CAPTAIN GILL VISITS PIAVE BATTLEFIELD American Missionary in Red Cross Work Follows Ital ian Army. BUMPS INTO KING Gives Medical Supplies to Hospitals in Name of the United States. Captain Kverrette Cill and Lieuten ant Kalrchild Oill of the American Red Cross in Italy sailed from Naples, Jan uary 4 to return to this country. They will meet Mrs. Gill of 1 Watson place here in Columbia and in the late spring return to Italy to take up their work as missionaries under the South ern Baptist Board. Mrs. Gill has been in America during the war and during this last year has been an instructor in Bible at Stephens College. Captain Gill was among the Red Cross men who followed up the drive across the Piave which ended in Aus tria's signing the aimlstice. In the following letter to his wife he de scribes some of his experiences: "Last Sunday. October 29. Major Crockett and I left for the American Hospital at Limbroza. just north of T...

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. — 7 January 1919

,' ' "C ' '1$ THE EVENING MSSOURIAX, TCES DAY, JANUARY 7, 1919. Page Four KtP--TI H -.J TUsJ,t t ffi a H 4 1 CITIZENSHIP REWARD ft MY SERVICE 50,000 Aliens With the Col- Keceivc special ors Naturalization RED TAPE OMITTED However, Care Is Taken That Only Deserving May Swear Allegiance. When our armies return from the war there will be in the raiins of tin victorious sohliers 50,000 o- more new citizens of the I'niifd Stat'-s. Vhis country will spell 'h'ime" to tens of thousands of men who were alien when they sailed away to fight tor the country that is now their o .7. tor the midst of battles the bureau of nat uralization of the Department of La bor has reached out to extend the privileges of citizenship to all fore'u ers who were defending the princi ples of liberty under the Stars and Stripes. Louis Weinberger, sent across seas to carry out the Government's natur alization program, returned recently after his duty to follow up 50,000 of the 150,000 naturalization blanks es pecial...

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. — 8 January 1919

l,inp(iaiil ll .v.iw. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1919. HOSPITAL L UP AGAIN TONIGHT City Council Defeats Motion to Lend Equipment to Miss Drumin. MAY SELL, INSTEAD Doctors Had Hoped to Keep institution Open Under Private Control. It was a lively meeting that the City Count held last night to try to settle some of the difficulties result ing from the establishment or rather the closing of the City Hospital. Some progress was made hut the mayor has called 'another meeting for tonight to take up the question. The chief issue was the final dis position ,of the City Emergency Hos pital equipment and the three patients remaining at the hospital who are still receiving the attention or train ed nurses and causing the hospital to remain open at the city's expense. Since January 1 no patients have been admitted to the City Emergency Hospital, the city having gone out of the hospital business by action of a recent session of the counc...

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. — 8 January 1919

?l THE EVENING mSSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY S, 1919. Page Two .1 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. IMibllsbod every evenlnc except Sunday liv Tbe illssourian Association, Incorpo rateil, OolumuLi, Mo. Virginia Hide Down stairs. I'Iioiim: Iluslness 5.V, em, - Kntered as serond-class mall matter. Ac vtauce for mailing at special rate or ceptauce postage provided for In Section 1103, Act if October 3. 1U17 authorized epiemoer !, MIS. . Citv: Year, $3.",; 3 nMntlis. 51.00. raunt'ti. 40 naiB; copy, 2 nt. By tnall in lloone County; ear, $l; G n""11,1' si".: a mouths SO cent. Outside the ruunty: Vetir, $1X0; " months, ?1 . mouth, 4. cents. A step in the right direction is apt to take one a long way these icy days. 1)0 YOU KNOW? Do you know that hundreds of chil dren" in Missouri are being placed in jails and police stations, housed with criminals and tramps? Do you know that hundreds of boys are working in mines or underground in Missouri? Do you know that ther...

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. — 8 January 1919

w -iiji) t ww THE ETE.MXG 3IISS00R1AX, WEDX ESDAT, JANUARY 8, 1919. Page Three CHASING GERMANS JUST LIKE RABBITS Frank Yodcr Writes of Ex periences Now With Ar my of Occupation. 'FRENCH PROUD OF US' Women Sewed on Buttons and Repaired Rips When Men Were In Homes. Tood is er scarce in England About all we got while we were there was cheese and jam,' .said Sergeant Trank Yoder in a letter to Victor Ran dall, principal of the Uimersity Htgu School, dated September 29. Yoder is now with the American Ann of Occupation m Coblenz. He is a member of the Machine Gun Com pany, 33C Infaiitrj. He received an All degree from the Unierslt in 1917. The letter continues: "We got rooms at one small French Milage right in the homes However we had separate niess halls. 1 got with a nice famil. With the aid of a book I managed to talk to them a little They are all real proud of the Americans and nothing is too great for them to do for us. So once, at least, since I have been in the Army I have had all ...

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. — 8 January 1919

n TOE ETESTS'C MISSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1919. Page Four i W II il ,C.F. m now HEADS TUESDAY CLUB New Officers Installed at First Meeting Since Epidemic. REPORTS-ARE MADE Mrs. C. V. Greene Tells Need for Child Welfare Work in City. At the first meeting of the Tuesday Club since the influenza epidemic, the following new officers were installed vesterdav: and fifteen were weighed and meas- President. Mra. C T. McVey; vice- urd at the State Fair at Sedalia. Four president, -Mrs. M. II. Thompson, re- j fifths of them were found to be under cording secretary, .Mrs. C. A. Draper; sized and these were children from treasurer. Miss Welma Branham. j the rural districts. There is great A short business session was held need for work along the line of child before the nroeram. Miss Lelia Wil-I welfare in Columbia, and plans for lis, librarian of the Columbia Circu- lating Library, reported that the City Council had given $10 for the support of the library. She also reported that fewer ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 January 1919

-i "W" 't'JijWW "H THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1919. NUMBER 1 10 1 E RENTEDJTILL APRIL Council Adopts Resolution Turning Over Fixtures to Miss Margaret Drumm. TO PAY $15 A MONTH Citv May Resume Operation If Epidemic Again Breaks Out) . The City Council in special session last night adopted by acclamation a resolution renting the city's hospital lixturcs and .furniture to Hiss Mar garet Drumm until April 1 and In structing the city attorney to draft a proper contract covering the transac tion. Last night's meeting was marked by less argument and more action than the meeting Tuesday night, the problem of disposal of the city's hos pital equipment having been thorough ly threshed out at the earlier session. Acting upon the report of the spe cial hospital committer anil upon a tentative plan outlined by Council man Stephens, the city attorney draft ed the final resolution which was in troduced by Councilman Klass, sec onded by Co...

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. — 9 January 1919

-T"- THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY. JANUARY 9, 1919. Page Tiro I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Memlier Audit Iiurain of Circulations. Published every ivenlns except Sunday lr The MIurLin .nJatlnu. Incorio rated. Columbia, Jlu. Virginia Hlds. Down stair. Plumes; IiuMne-s, .V.; News, -.1. in..r...i ... ........ m(1..i?i m.-ill matter. Ac iviitaucv f-r nmlllns at special rate of postage iiruiiiliil for in Section lli. Act .if October S. 1917 authorized September Jii. WIS. Citv: Year, $.i.T5; a month. $1.; month. 40 ci-ntu; copy, ' cents. l!y mall ii. i!.,i... i'iinti- ,:r. $:t5: G month. sl.T.V 3 months W rents. Outside the county: Year, ?J,M; 3 months ?l-; mouth, )" ent. General Pershing sent .New Year's greetings to Governor Gardner. Even under the strain which rests upon his shoulders this great .Missouriau did not forget to pay his respects to Mis souri. JJ.WK TO nvii.iA iw. We are all going back to citizens clothes these iays. The soldier, the sailor, ,the marine, women motor me chani...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 January 1919

J j THE EVENING M1SS0CMAN, T1IUK SPAY, JANUARY 9, 1919. A WORLD CITY WOULD UNIFY THE NEW LEAGUE Dy HEXDRIK C. AXDERSOX (Written For The United Press) Hendrik C Anderson. American architect and scholar, long resi dent in Rome, tells of the great plan for a capital city tor the League of Xations. Those interested with Anderson in promotion of the idea of a world city with architectural drawings covering the smallest details, be fore the peace conference. AnderMin has dot cited most of lus life, and a large fortune in oney, t nthe world center plan, hoping confidently that a League of Xations would be formed in time to see his ideas realized in brick and stone. President Wilson's noble proposal to governments and rulers of all coun tries of forming a League of Xations, has not only met with universal ap proval, but it is becoming more and more evident that the practical forma tion of such a league, will when es tablished, protect and expand the es sential Intel ests or all poeple and n...

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. — 9 January 1919

-;--r..5rf THE EVEXIXO .MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1919. Pai?e Four v v? .1 J it . u si .IB ,': : .1 "I ,s ; 'K M i 'it 1 '.t '4 RULIP UHT1N TELLS OF ARGONNE BATTLE Was Wounded and Shell Shocked Trying to Take Town. ALSO AT ST. MIHIEL Saw Service on Border Commissioned Early Last Year. Lieut. Itulif 51. Martin of Kansas City, a former student in the School or Journalism of the Tniversity. is visiting in Columbia. Wounded in the buttle of the Argonne Forest, he was in a hospital at the time the armistice was signed. He started on his return journey from France De cember S on the largest vessel afloat. the Leviathan, the old Vaterland of .., n,mi,rP.Aninriin Line. At the time of the drivain which Lieutenant 5Iartin was wounded he was in charge of some 37 millimeter I uauauon tuo engineers, e spent guns or one-round cannon. He lost fe' das at Camp 5Ierritt. X. Y., pre all three of his guns in the first two j ling for overseas service. We left .lav i,v ,iirrt hits of the enemv ar-...

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. — 10 January 1919

"' wrs- apr . THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1919. NUMBER 111 -jpoafc BETTEfjJUCATl Mis Annual Message Recom mends Constructive Legislation. FAVORS GOOD ROADS Would Enfranchise Soldiers and Sailors Speaks in New Capitol. I!y United I'm JEFFERSON' CITY, Jan. 10 Gov ernor Gardner today read his bi-en-nial message to a joint session of the two houses of the Legislature. He ap peared in the House at 2 o'clock. Improvement in the state school system was urged in the message. Gardner recommended a $00,000,000 bond issue for road's and asked appro priations to reimburse citizens for sub scriptions to support the State Coun-.j cil of Defense. He also asked a fund to create a memorial to the state sol diers and recommended continuing the home guard another year. The message went at length into the fi nance and revenue of the state. Senator Walter C. Goodson, dry candidate, won the race for presi dent pro tern of the State Senate in the De...

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. — 10 January 1919

Pgfe! THE ETE.MSG 3IISS0UKLIS, FJ1IPAY. JANUARY 10, 1919. Page Tito . . THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Itureau of Circulations. l'ubllslied every evening except Sunday liy Tne Missourlan Association. Incorpo rated, CoIumbLi, Mo. Virginia UWs. Down stair, l'liouea. Ilininess. Si; ws, 2.4. Entered as second-clas.s mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage proilded for In Section 115, Act of October 3. 1917 authorized September M. 131S Oltv: Vear. f.i.75; 3 montUs. 51.00; munth. 10 cents; copy. '.' cents. Uy maU In lloone County; iear, $5.. 0 mouths 1T.-.: :: mouths W cents. Outside tlie siunn : Year. $1.50: 3 months, $l.i; mouth, cents. Again the wooden sidewalk on the East Campus which directs the path through the hole in the hedge on Col lege avenue has been diverted from its direction. Formerly at right an gles to the main walk, it now makes an angle or forty-five degrees. This makes the walk fall short of its in tended connection. The missing link is mud...

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. — 10 January 1919

I r 'i " THE EVENING MISSOUIUAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919. PRESIDENT HILL FOR T Speaks Onlv as Citizen, Say ing M.' U. Is Not AfTectcd. ANEWCONSTITU TELLS WEAKNESSES Framed 50 Years Seen as Bar Progress. Document Is to Ago The need of a new constitution for Missouri was advocated in an address Jiy President A. Koss Hill, or the I'ni versity. liefore the Chamber of Com merce at its noonday luncheon in Kan sas City Monday. Doctor Hill spoke at the request of the New Constitu tion League of Missouri, formed last month through the efforts of Mayor Cowgill. Doctor Hill said, according to the Kansas City Star: "I want it understood clearly that I am not speaking in behalf of the Uni versity of Missouri, the university hav ing no institutional interest in the movement for a new constitution. Its government is well provided for in the present constitution anfl its sup port well provided for. "I am speaking as a citizen of the state, and perhaps especially as chair man of the committee on re...

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. — 10 January 1919

F 1W - THE EYE.MXG .WSSOCIUAX, FI AY. JAXUAKY 10, 1910. Pa?e Fonr m l I I'AItULE TO GEOItGE EAKNSH.UV C-ilIilln II,,. II.., I lln.1i..l Cnilli fn! Forcing Checks. George Earnshaw, Jr, of Gallatin, Aio, was paroled hj Judge David H Harris this morning in the Uoone County Cirtu't Court Pleading guilt to two charges of forgerj he had liecn sentenced to five jean, in the penitentiary on each charge, the sentences running concurrently. Judge Harris gave hira a parole for the fne j ears he paid by Karnshaw. The forged checks had already been taken up by hun I Karnshau- was a member of the S A I TC at the University last fall It was ' while in tne orps that lie forged (he t hec ks In the case of State ex rel Alfred L Harty against Theo B. Hafner, set for trial today, judgment was en tered by consent for the plaintiff for ?100. This was a suit on an insur ance premium note The case of Barkwell & Co, against John X. Fellows was continued, as the parties were not ready. Judge Harris has t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 January 1919

ftfS5T" '- t ''5 V 'X,!a',r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1919. NUMBER 112 II II J " F01 ER COLUMN IS DEAD Was Physician of Boone County for Number of Years. LIVED TO BE 93 Graduate Treasurer, and Then Curator of Univer sity of Missouri. (Word was received here last night of the death of Dr. W. T. Lpnoir, for merly of Columbia, yesterday after noon at his home in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Lenoir was 93 years old. He was taken ill at the dinner table Christ mas Day and was unconscious the rest of the time, growing weaker and weaker every day. Until about twenty years ago Doc tor Lenoir was a resident of Columbia and one of the prominent physicians of Boone County. His first wife was Mis Fannie Shannon, daughter of President snannon of the University. After her death he was married to Miss Nannie Walker of Howard Coun ty, a teacher in Christian College. For the last few ears he has made his home with his daughters, Mrs. George "Walk...

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. — 11 January 1919

Page Tito THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIAX, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. 1 s THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Itiireau 'f Clrculitlon. rulilibnl ctery eionlnit cicept Sunday liv The Missouri in Association. Inrorpo nitiil, Columbia, Mo. Virginia HUB. Ion Malri. I'liones: Ilnslness 55; News, -74. Knteral as M-eond-clas mall matter Ac Cfitauti; fur mailing at Mfdal rate of pustain! iroil(liil fir In Sf-tloii 1H. Act if OituWr .", H17 aulhurlzml Sfntemlicr M. VMS. at the same time render a wonderful social service. Farmers Week too might be a week in which the consumer would profit if he would go and listen to the discus sions and get acquainted with the farmer and his difficulties. A closer bond might be formed between the consumer and the producer if they understood each other better. Why THE SEW CURATORS city: Yi'ir, ('"; 3 month. JUKI; X;rum w.rc montu; ! not make this Farmers' Week the start SI.7.1; 3 iiunitlii W cent. OutIde t he I sucn a bond comttj : lt-ir, ?.'o; . mourn. .71 month. 4"...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 January 1919

. ma in -it ' II 1- i I - i " -Jti i -fc. - - -S&- U iiiliJ-;uj.ffTiTOFrT i THE EYENLVG aiSSOURUJi, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. ANNUAL SHOW HERE FARMERS WEEK Professional Class Estab lished For Winners of Previous Years. TRO P H I ES AWARDE D Examination Will Be Held For Certified Grain Judges. The Missouii Corn Growers' Asso ciation will hold their sixteenth an nual coin snow In Columbia during Farmers" Week, Januarj 20 to 24. In addition to the exhibits ot corn there will be other grains shown, wheat, oats, and soj beans. The judges of this ear's show will be C. A. Helm and F .U Duley of the College of Ag riculture. The awards for the arious classes will include the .Missouri State Board of Agriculture trophy for the best ten ears, of corn at the show. This trophy becomes the property of the individual winning it three times, but as jet it has neer been won twice by the same man The winner last jear was E. A. Iiennett of Springfield. Ilesides this there will be seen smaller tr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 January 1919

I Page Four THE ETEXIXC MISSOURIAy, SATURDAY, JANUARY II, 1910. I i: 3 IN TWICE Ames Loses Both Basketball Games, 22 to 35 and 16 to 34. Missouri made it two straight this afternoon when the Tigers defeated the basketball five of the Iowa State Agricultural College by a score of 35 to 22. Last night's game resulted in a victory for the Tigers. The score was 34 to 1C. Ames took the ball at the start of the game this afternoon and outplayed the Tigers through the first part of the first half. At the end of the half they led 1G to 15. With the opening of the last half Ruby's men took the lead and held it throughout the game. Scott and Browning were the stars for Mis souri, while Shepard of Ames head- Insure with Smith & Catron Realty Co. ' SC-112 Safety Razors and Blades WE SELL THE Keen Kutter Gillette AutoStrop Enders Gem Ever-Ready Penn Sexto-Blade ed the work of his team. White, Ames guard, was diqualified in the last half for roughness. First Game. Phen Phil Scott, captain of ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 January 1919

U,,Hlll I'l II'" ill T , g wli 'MUMMI ! l W HWW"ll . tm- -4-WW THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13, 1919. NUMBER 113 EIPL01ENT niinrni 1 rJMU l FOR SOLDIERS HERE Branch of U.S. Service to Be Formed With Offices at Commercial Club. AND SATCORS TOO Will Be Official Organization to Find Work for Returning Men. A branch of the IT. S. Employment Service for returning soldiers and sailors will he organized in Columbia in the near future. The offices of this employment bureau will be at the Commercial Club room.s The purpose of the Employment Service Bureau is to establish in ev ery community, from the small town to the largest city, a bureau where the returning soldier or sailor may ascer tain what employment is open for him. In every community there are arious bodies, such as churches. lodges. Hed Cross, Y.M.C.A. and draft boards, which are preparing to find employment for the returning soldiers and sailors. Unless co-ordinated, the work of...

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