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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 January 1919

THE EYENTNG MISSOURIAX, MONDAY, JANUARY IS, 1919. Page Two PATRIOTIC by NEGROES Commemorate Emacipation Day and Negroes' Part in War. FLAG ISPRESENTED Forty Soldiers Pledged Themselves to Better Citizenship. About 500 negroes sal through a four-hour program Frida night at Mc Kinny Hall in commemoration of emancipation day ami the negro's part in the World War J. B Coleman in the uniform of his Spanish-American War das, Wallace Lulej in the faded blue of the Civil War, and the four negro preachers of Columbia sat on the platform and re sponded to the introductions of the toastmaster, J H Kenfro Coleman, in telling of the negro gathering at Washington m December of last j ear paid a tribute to the greatness of the white man "He has evolved from the cave man to the intellectualist, robbed the heav ens of its lightening, mingled with the birds, webbed the earth w.th his rail roads, and built this great Go eminent. "The negro has done none of these things, jet should the 13,000,000 ne gr...

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. — 13 January 1919

SPP"" y1 ,iMi ii-j;'jv1'" wv'iga PP K V ffrefi -insjsjipsisesjr-T '-;-'"';:;" "" ' '" ' '' " -' ' ' " - & Am fV THE EYEXING 3IISS0CRIAK, MOSD AY, JANUARY 13, 1919. HOW STATE BUDGET APPORTIONS FUNDS Estimates of Most Missouri Institutions Reduced by Tax Commission. M. U. CUT $800,000 State Historical Society and Rolla School Allowed Full Amounts? In making its recommendation for appropriations to the State Legisla ture here is the way the State Tax Commission cut tiown the amounts asked by each of the state institutions State Hospital No. 1, Pulton; $1,209,- G10 asked; fl,19,440 recommended State Hospital No. 2, St. Joseph: $1,- 163.S00 asked; U.613,800 recommend ed. State Hospital Xo. 3, Nevada; $1, 015,437 asked; $902,437 recommended. State Hospital Xo. 4, Farmlngton: $758,366 asked; $013,466 recommend ed. Colony for Feeble Minded, Mar shall: $474,480 asked; $461,480 rec ommended. State Sanitonum, Mt. Ver non: $311,915 asked; $280,915 rec ommended. Confederate Soldiers Home. Hl...

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. — 13 January 1919

f: " Page Four THE ETEMXG MISSOCBIAy, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919. r i 6- 3 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. l'ulill'hed every evening except Sunday by Tup Mlsouurian Association, Incorpo rated. CuIumbLi, Mo. Virginia Bldjr. Down stairs. Phones: Business, Xi; Sews, 2.4. Entered an w-ond-clas mail matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage protlded for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September 2U. 1918. Oltv: Year, $3.73; 3 month. ?1.00; muntb. 40 cents; copy, " cents. By mall In Boone County; ear, $123; 0 months, $1.75: 3 mouths i)0 centi. OutMde the county: Year, $1.50; 3 months, ?li month, 43 cents. The mantle of former Secretary Mc Adoo has fallen on the shoulders of two good-sized men, and the public only hopes that they will rise to the wearing of it. THE HYPHEN AND ITS CAUSE Where is all the blame to be placed for hyphenated Americanism? Is it the fault of the lowly, ignorant alien who sets foot on American soil with a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 January 1919

LMipiii frpsag w :KHB(sWBffi5 ijiwv-Hll "w f 3f THE EVE'I'G 3nSS0URIA 3T0XD AY, JANUARY 18, 1919. Page Fire 4 IRELAND IS FVIOVED BY PLUM'S APPEAL i l'r"-cs Xon-Partisan Move ment Voices Calm Note in Election Chaos. OPERATES HEARD Would Aid All Who Accept Self -Government Within the Empire. By K. WALTER LONDON. Dec. S (by mail). Ireland had hoard a new call. A remarkable response lias come from all over the island to a letter from Sir Itarce Plunkett published in the Dublin newspapers. The letter was not a return to poli tics although it gave a moderate yet informinB survey ot the political tan gle into which the Irish problem has been drifting ever since the beginning of the war Sir Horace has taken no part in Irish party politics for many years, having devoted himself entirely to the promotion of his country's agricultural progress, which under his guidance as founder and president of the Irish Agricultural Co-operative Society has grealh surpassed that of England. His letter concl...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 January 1919

f" r $SPS"T if r Page Fonr TnE EYEXIXG 3IISSOUR1AX. 3IOXD AY, JAXDARY 13, 1919. V FORMER ATHLETE YISITS HERE R. L. Warren Sees Sen Ice With Naval ATialors Along Irish Coast R. L. Warren, of the Naval Avia tion service came to Columbia recent ly. He was graduated from the Col lege of Agriculture in 1917. After six months of service on this hide, he was sent to Paullals, France. From there he went to Queenstown, Ireland, where American aviators were patrolling the Irish Sea in their hunt for submarines. July 2. 191S. while returning to this country from Ireland, the U. S. S. Henderson, which he was aboard, caught fire in mid-ocean. The men were transferred to the Von Steuben, a captured German raider. The rest of the voyage to America was un eventful. While in the University, he was a member of the track team, winning first place fn the discus throw at the Missouri Valley Conferences in '16 and '17. He is married. His wife and son are now staying at Collinsville, Okla. OVERSUBSCRIBE W...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 January 1919

I.W llT nlS Nj-T. ""- '' "Ui-. HWIffl'"IJ,B ' uij; "' j wyww ;j fwwflt J ELEVENTH YEAR THE EVENING MISSOURI AN AGENTS 0 CONSERVATION Mumford Praises Members In Opening Meeting Here Today. IN SIX-DAY SESSION Return to Normal Pre-War Conditions Is Theme of Conference. "The members of the State Agricul tural Extension Staff deserve credit as the principal factor in carrying out the program of food production and food conservation in the State," said Dean P. U. Mumford in opening the sixth annual conference of members of the staff this morning. This conference, which meets every year in Columbia, is held for the pur pose of mapp'ng out the program of work for the year. It is necessary be cause the members are widely spread over the state, and their teaching must be uniform and in accordance with that of the College of Agriculture. Tho tenor of the meeting this morn ing was the emphasis upon the need of a speedy return tfo normal pre-war conditio by the men -and women of the farm. A. J. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 January 1919

THE EVENING 3IISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY U, 1919. Pago Two IKL HL D. HOOKER SEES CELEBRATION Like a Carnival, He Says When Armistice Was Signed Nov. 11. WORKING WITH GAS M. U. Professor Was Trying New Method of Treating Victims. Dr. H. D. Hooker, assistant profes f.or of horticulture in the University, is one of the few persons now in the United States who was in Paris at the time the armistice was signed. Doctor Hooker was doing research work at Yale University and joined the gas defense service a year ago last September. Later he entered the chemical warfare service and was commissioned a lieutenant last Sep tember. His work has been experimenting with a perfected treatment in this country for victims of gas. He and three associates, one of them Carl Greene, son of Dr. C. V. Greene, for merly a professor of physiological chemistry in the University, were sent overseas last September to try the treatment out in the hospitals behind the lines. Doctor Hooker was stationed in a labor...

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. — 14 January 1919

i-"",scr'T;ts Page Four THE EVENING MISSOUKIAX, TPES DAY, JAXUART U, 1919. "8F" THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Memlier Audit Hureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday )y Tlie Mlssourlan Association, hieorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. VlrRlutt Bid;:. Down stair. I'liones: Business, XJ; Xens, 271. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section HUi, Act of October 3, 1U17 authorized Scplemlier 31, 191S. Wty: Year, $J,73; 3 months, $UnJ: mouth, 4u cents; copy, '1 cents. ISv mall In Itoone County; Year, $35; C month-., J1.75; 3 months W ceLts. Outside the c-ounty: Year, X "J uonth, $1.25; month, 45 cent. .Nobody loves a neutral look at Holland. AJlElilCAMZATIO.N Americanization of the alien popula tion of the country and the ending of Illiteracy of the native-born popula tion are both problems of reconstruc tion and construction. We must spread the spirit and truth of Americanism among these people. But first we must ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 January 1919

ir- l r fc- t t f - THE ETEyiSQ MSSOUBIAy, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1919. DEBATE SUBSTITUTES Annual Contest of Kansas and Missouri Planned Before April. ENTHUSIASM ROUSED Government Ownership of Rails and Universal Train ing Suggested. The annual Kansas-Missouri inter collegate debate will be held this year at Columbia. Kansas has sent the Missouri debating interests a chal-lcn-e. Last Saturday night the Athen aean and M. S. U. Debating societies of the University met in joint session and accepted the challenge by unan imous otc. Plans are bo.ng made to make the Kansas-Missouri debate the biggest in t.'rcollegiaite contest of the year With the co-operation ot the student presi dent, the debating societies of the Uni versity and the student oody. it is es timated 1.000 tickets will be sold for the event. Tentative plans include a nominal charge cf probably 23 cents for ad mission. The University Cadet band ty-flve members at the joiati meeting of the two debating societies of the Univers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 January 1919

' THE ETEXIXG 3IISS0DB1AX, TUES DAT, JAXUABY 14, 1919. Page FlTe F TAKEN BI GERMS TALKS John P. Lester Spent More Than Year in Teuton Hos pitals and Prisons. WOUNDED- 3 TIMES Food From American Red Crosst Saves Day for Cap tured Men. It I nltcd I'ivsn. LONDON, Dec. 23 (by mail). Here is the story of the first American soldier to be taken prisoner by the Germans in the war, as lie told it to day, sitting in a comfy armchair in the American lied Cross headquarters on Grosvenor Gardens. His name is John V. Lester, of Tut water. Miss. He was a platoon-messenger in the lCth V. S. Infantry. He was captured the morning of Nov. 3, 1917, in company with 10 other dough boysall that was left of a platoon of 1C sent into a front line trench in the Toul sector the night before to relieve a platoon of tired poilus. Here is the story: "A German aviator spotted us soon after daylight, and began circling over us, signalling back to his artil lery We let go at him with our guns, but couldn't hit him....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 January 1919

r3 r fc f 5? Page Four TIIE EVENING 3IISSOURIAX, TUESDAY, JANUARY. It, 1919. SUES FOR DAMAGE TO STOCK Vi E. Bradford Asks. $2,975 From Wa hash for Loss of Cattle. A hearing of the case or E. Brad ford against the Wabash railroad was begun in Circuit Court this morning before Judge Harris. Jlr. Bradford, formerly of Boone County, now living in Faette, have been done to ten other head of stock, vv hile in transportation from Co lumbia to Fayette, Miss. He charges that his cattle were un loaded at the National Stock Yards in St. Louis, contrary to an agreement made. A blizzard came up that night and so affected the health of the stock that when they arrived in Fayette, jjlss Miss.. February 20, they were all sick. wunin mree weens iruui me uaic ui their arrival, fourteen head had died. is suing the railroad for $2,100 dam ages for the death of fourteen head of , savs jjr. nraford, and the rest were stock, and $S73 for damage said to rendered useless by their hardships. "."v. Foot Up Se...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 January 1919

V THE EVENING MISSOURIAN t ir ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, 1919. NUMBER 115 IA I R 100 ASK- ERECTION OF COUNTY HOSPITAL Petition Filed With County Court to Have Proposal Voted On. $100,000 THE LIMIT Tax of Two-Thirds of a Mill on the Dollar Thought to Be Enough. A petition, asking the County Court to permit citizens of Boone County to ote on the building of a public hos pital, was filed with County Clerk C. IW. Davis today, by J. Kelly Wright and J. L. Lynes. The pptition is signed by a hundred freeholders of Boone County and aslcs for the establishment and maintenance of a public hospital in Columbia, at a maximum cost of $100,000. The petitioners believe that a tax of two-thirds mills on thedollar valua tion will be sufficient to raise the fund. The County Court has the petition un der consrderation. If the County Court passes favora bly upon the petition, the citizens of Boone County must vote on the prop osition within ninety days, at either a ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 January 1919

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919. Page Tito I I r TELLS BEARING OF MINERALS ON PEACE Coal and Iron Make Great Nations, Says Doctor Powers. PEOPLE FROM MINES Speaker Says French Popu lation Will Increase With Alsace-Lorraine. "Natural Resources: The Economic Requisites of NationhooJ." was the subject of Dr. II. H. Powers lecture last niKlit. Doctor Powers said that with the way the world is organized today the great powers are those coun tries which control the worlds' output of coal and Iron. These countries have thd materials with which to manufacture, not only farm machin ery and other useful instruments, but defensive weapons as well. Germany knew this and in her first drive on France directed an offensive toward the great iron mine of France, which in the taking of Alsace-Lorraine or iginally she hryl failed to estimate as valuable. The products of this mine were util ized by Germany throughout the en tire war and the ore which she cap tured was hurled back on...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 January 1919

feL THE ETEXIXG JIISSOUmAX, WEDNESDAY, JAXPART 15, 1919. SPORT "New men is the cry," Coach F. Schulte said this morning in discuss ing Missouri's track team for 1919. "We have only half a team here We must develop a great number of new men. Xot in years has there been such a dearth of experienced men on Mis souri's track." Missouri's track team is divided into two parts: Those who are in school arjl those who are in the Army, and the best portion is still in the Army. Among the M men who are m the Army arc: Ilenlck, who ran the high hurdles in .15 2, the low hurdles in .24.3 and the 100-jard dash in 10 1 and who did 20 feet Id inches in the broad jump Selbie, who ran the 440 In :."! 3 and who did the low hurdles in :23 flat on the turn at the Western Conference meet. Osborn. who,did C feet in the high jump and ran the low hurdles in :23 and the high hurdles in :15 3 Albus, who ran the high hurdles In :15 4 and the low hurdles in :25.2. llond, who made the 440-jard run in .31.4; Corw...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 January 1919

T" UinU'i ii i i if rrw mili r i an i hMi -ar-rOTrsm j-ggrv . . - tt: r - Page Fonr THE EVEXLfl JIISSOUHIAy, WED XESPAY, JAXUABT 15, 1919. - isi-iftF rMP5!WwiPp THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday i).v -rue -Missourian Association, incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bide. Down stairs. Plumes: Business, KS; News, 274. Kntered as second-class mail matter. Ac ceptance Tor luaillogr at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 2, 1317 authorized September LTi. 1M13. City: Year, J3.73; S montbs, 51.00; month, 40 centt; copy, 2 rents By mall in Boone County; iear, V': C months, $l.i. ; "5 months DO cents Outside the county: lear. SI."); 3 montbs, ifl.'J-i; month, 4 cents. With beer at $20 a barrel and going up it looks as if we will have a dry summer. COOMIY H00ZE The Supreme Court ruling against inter-state importation of liquor into prohibition states for personal use is only another indication t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 January 1919

r-pt7-5agqe' THE EYEXIXG 3nSS0ORIAX, WED XESDAT, JANUARY 15, 1919. Page Fire JfpKg?w-"pr:-fa, llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllilllltllllilliinmiuiiininl WEST'S FIRST NEWSPAPER (The following story Is from the Ushers or the Intelligencer were many. Kansas City Star.) Mails were Tew, materials with which , ,. ., ; , , , , to make newspapers were scarce and .-When the editors of Missouri and the the pioneer .pubHsher3 could not al guests at Journalism Week meet at Co- Eet bu, t, Indeed they lumbla next spring they will be Invit- .uId not , out , at some ed to take part in the celebration of weeks Tne pubBners had t0 engage the huridTedth anniversary of the in other busjnes subscriptions and flmimitnc iT (hn firot pmintrv npws- . .. . . . . ... .-, --- aavertising came siowiy. iney an- paper west of the Mississippi River. noimeeii in Mav 1819. that tnev nad by making a pilgrimage to the site received a jot of superfine flour which where the pap...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 January 1919

"Wfi " rr V'.T'?"'??' TT" jt'S."')?. c -. -.- - s- rpr W" ' 'F ifY -TSf "spT- Tage Fonr THE ETEMXG mSSOFRUy, WEDXESDAT, JANUARY 15, 1919. Mr v'' J i n t: ! 1 i fi I i i i U i i n il i i "IS FROM ENEif PRISON Captured in South Seas He Winds Up in Interior of Germany. ON TEUTON "I'll Never Leave Mv Own Back Yard Again," He Says. ENGLISH WOMEN VOTED WHILE OUT MARKETING Hy I'ulttil 1'rem. HELLGItADE, Swiss Korder, Dec. 20 (by mail). Among the most pop ular of the officers liberated from Ger man prison camps in a trainload of Amerirans from Switzerland which arrived today is the "Skipper." "The Skipper" is Captain ltobert D. Trudget of San Francisco, commander of the four-mast schooner Winslow, which left the Golden Gates two months before America entered the war. The Winslow was captured by the German raider Wolff, and Captain LONDON', Dec. 15 (by mail). There wasn't the least bit of flurry or ex citement among the women of London when the day arrived for them to cast their first parlia...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 January 1919

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1 9 1 9: NUMBER 116 NATIONAL PROHIBITION CONCRETE FACT FOR U. S. Nebraska, Home State of Bryan, is Thirty-Sixth State to Ratify Amendment to FederalConsti tution Which Drives Liquor Out From Atlan tic to Pacific, From Canada to Gulf. KILLS ISSUE FOR POLITICS Goes Into Operation One Year From Today When Every Saloon, Brewery, Distillery, Wine Shop in the Nation Must Close andNew Sources of Revenue Supply Our Treasury. I!y United Press MXCOLX, Nebraska, Jan. l(i. Xi'Iirnsk:!, the home state of Wil liam .1. Hi-yiui, today ratified the fedral prohibition amendment, beh'sr tl'i thirty-sixth and iinal state neceMiry under the federal Constitution to art in making the amendmen', a part of the Constitu tion. Ratification in the Xebraska legislature was completed at 10:2, o'eloek this morning, wlien J he Senate concurred in a House resolu tion passed earlier in the day. The Senate two days ago ratified the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 January 1919

Page Tito THE ETEXIXG MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, JAXCARY 1C, 1919. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday lr Tne Misourl.in Association. Incorpu r:itwl, ColuinbLi, Ji. Virginia Hide lovn htalr.s. I'liones: i:uslue. ."; News, 2,i. Entered as second-class mail matter. Ac ceiitaiice for mulling at teclal rate of liostaee provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1S17 authorized fVptemlicr Mi. 1M1S. Titv: VeJr, $J.To; 3 months, $1.00; im ..it'll. 40 cents; copy, 1! cents. By mall in Boone County; Year, $3; C uiontlis, 1..: 3 months 'M cvnts. OutMdt the county: Year, $IM; 3 months, $1.33; month, 43 cents. CASUALTY LIST A IlKY NATION AT LAST The fact that Missouri ratified the nrnhihllinn nmpnilmpnt to the United States Constitution too late to have a real share in making that measure ef fective detracts not at all from the erelit due the state and Its legisla tors. There had been no doubt from the opening of the session that the...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 January 1919

w --V -.-rTjj jjjjwpjrjp 3r THE EVENING MISSOURIAX, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1919. Page Three 01 PRESIDENT II. TO TftLKJEKT WEEK To Discuss Reconstruction John Evvard, Also Here Farmers' Week. NOTIED SPEAKERS Former Governor Stuart of Virginia and T. E. Wil son to Be Here. Dr. W. O. Thompson, chairman of the European Agricultural Commis sion has telegraphed Secretary Jewell Mayes ot the Missouri State Board of Agriculture that he will be aide to speak here Tanners' Week on Jan uary 23. Dr. Thompson is prescient of the Ohio State University and of the Ohio State Agricultural College. He has Just returned from France, where he studied the problems of vvar strUcken Europe. His message to the visitors at Farmers' Week wjll deal with reconstruction work, especially the absorption of the returning soldier into civilian life and its effect upon agriculture after the war. John Evvard of Iowa also has as sured Secretary Mayes that he w I be present during Farmers' Week. Mr. Evvard is a graduate...

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