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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 January 1919

v - s THE EVE.MXO JIISSOURIAy, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1919. Page Three I f, a .l ? 01 IL PRESIDENT TO TWnp 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. V. O. Thompson, chairman of the European Agricultural Commis sion has telegraphed Secretary Jewell Mayes of the Missouri State Hoard of Agriculture that he will he ahle to speak here Farmers' Week on Jan uary 23. Dr. Thompson is present of the Ohio State University and of the Ohio State Agricultural College. He has just returned from France, where he studied the problems of war stracken Europe. His message to the visitors at Farmers' Week vAU 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 of the Univer sity....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 January 1919

r Page Four THE ETEMXG JIISSOCRUy, THURSDAY, JAXUABY 1C, 1919. Special Showing OF Evening Dresses 7 The newest ideas of the comingseason sent us by Our Buyer who is now in New York Purchasing Spring Merchandise for this store. New Models of Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists just received. Other new garments will come to us from time to time Winter Coats and Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices SEGROES EXPRESS THANKS Contributions to Recent Celebration For Soldier Appreciated. The Evening Jlissourian has re ceived the following communication of appreciation extended by the treas urer of the banquet committee for the liberal donations of the citizens of this country for the entertainment or the negro soltfiers: "The banquet committee desires to thank the white and colored citizens for their liberal donations to assist in entertaining the negro soldiers, who went to the camps and over the sea to fight in the greatest world war. "The colored citizens, as well as the soldiers, appreciated t...

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. — 17 January 1919

w ifsf '' ,r'Tijr,?."gtf J,""" " - - ' ' i s- j' -.-;, -7 5 W THE EVENING MISSOURI AN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1919. NUMBER 117 v - r II. I AND E Nil E Anglo-Saxon Nations Must Work Together, Says Dr. Powers. LEAGUE MAY FAIL Germany May Court Favor of Smaller Nations and Cause Split. "The Anglo-Saxon world must see this thing through," said Dr. H. H. Powers in speaking of the responsibil ity of the League of Nations in the University Auditorium this morning. "No one else can help us. The world wants peace, but the situation is that of fifty or more small nations wholly dependent on their stronger neighbors in an economic way and sometimes in a political and moral way. There are five large well or ganized nations. "Of these five only the United States and Great Britain have a grip upon themselves. Beside the determination to maintain civilization, which the other three have also, they have that immensity of resources which js nec essary to make th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 January 1919

7tr Page Tm THE EYEXISQ MISSOURUS, FHID AY, JATABT 17, 1919. I SOCIETY NOTES The following University students left today for Sedalla to attend a dance to be given tonight by Miss Virginia Flower, a student in the University last semester: Doyle Cotton, Leo San ders. Jack Crawford, Lee Smith, Fred Ludemann, DaVid Powell and J. B. HernIon. They will be guests at the homes of Mr. Ludemann, Mr. Craw ford and Mr. Powell while there. Joseph Breckenlein and Eugene Montgomery left this afternoon for their homes in Kansas City to spend the week-end. FASHION HINT Mrs. W. S. Hidge entertained about forty guests yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Merrill Kevin of Seda- r.a. Mrs. Irvin A. Hockaday and Mrs John F. Rhodes poured tea. The din ing room was decorated in pink and white sweet peas. Mrs. Kidgc was assisted by Misses Irma Bryant, Kath erine Curry, Frances Mitchell, Esther Robertson and Helen Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bowling left last wight for Southern Texas to spend several weeks...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 January 1919

V THE ETEXIXG aflSSOURIAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919. TELLS PROBLEM 11 TURKISH DOWNFAL L World Has Chance of Life time in Near East, Says Dr. Powers. ARMENIA A QUESTION Speaker Is Optimistic Over Jewish Nation in Palestine. "What strong nations ot the world are t6 be the trustees of that distress ed portion of the world known as the Near East and what form will this trusteeship assumrae?" was the ques tion propounded by Dr. 11. H. Powers ut the beginning of his lecture last night in the University auditorium. "One of tho great problems of the Peace Table is the disintegration of large political units such as Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey, not the least of which is Turkey," Doctor Pow ers saying. This breaking up of large political units will produce smaller units which cannot be depend ed on to govern themsehes. I have more confidence in new dependencies than in new nations. "Turkey, built around a religion very different from ours, has been the des pair of the Western Civiliza...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 January 1919

p Page Four THE ETENIXQ MISSOURIAy, FRID AT. JANUARY 17, 1919. 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by Tiie Missourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Vlrsinla Uldg. Down stairs. Phones: Iiuslness, .Vi; News, 271, Kntered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1M7 authorized September -C, litis. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months $UX); muuth, 40 cents; copy, - cents, lly mall in lloone County; lear, $Ji G months, 1.75; 3 mouths lit cents. Outside the county: Year, $IJ); 3 months, $1.23; month, 4" cents. I1EXJ UII. FltA.KLI.VS BIRTHDAY Today is the 112th anniversary ol the birthday of one of. our greatest statesmen, Benjamin Franklin. His name is prominent In the world of philosophy and invention but Franklin was also an apostle of thrift and foresight. For this reasoa the United States Treasury has paid him the well deserved honor...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 January 1919

y .r-y j3?7 jv , , TIIE EYEXIXG 3IISSQ0RIAN, FRID AY, JANUARY 17, 1919. Pase Fhe SLAV SECRETS INTO KEREHSKY 1E10IRS Former Man of Destiny Lives Quietly in London Writing. IS FOND-OF MUSIC Wife and Children in Rus sia, Held by Soviet Parole. By EDWIN HULLINGER (United Prcsts Still Correspondent) LONDON", Dee. 2C. (by mail). Alexan der Kerensky, former dictator of Rus sia, is living quietly in the home of a friend on Cambridge Stairs Terrace, by Regent Park, in London. In his little study, which he occu pies a large part of the day, he is pre paring his memoirs, re-reading and re-studying (documents which once represented the destiny of Russia, and dictating to his Russian stenographer, who can write shorthand In four lan guages. kerensky has just finished a book on the Korniloff mutiny. He seldom goes outside his friend's beautiful, cozy little house. Once ev ery day he walks alone through the winding, graveled pathes of Regent Park just across the road. He likes music, plajs the pia...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 January 1919

tyjfviW ""' -' """ ir fc" f i . , ! i , i i -V, .Page Four THE EVENIXQ M1SSOURIAN, FRID AT, JANUARY 17, 1919. I 111 I he limy: run, it pays to buy gootl clutlies a good suit or overcoat will hold Its sluipr and look heifer :iflor lunir wear. Quality Is real womimy in clothing these dajs and jou can depend on getting the real thing here. Our suits and oiercoats from SllVV) to $10 Hill gha j on Icmtr and .satisfactory wear. ('ood cloth, good style and our guarantee is your insurance against disappointment. ('ood hats and furnishings, too. "Everybody's Store" TO SEEK JIILLIOX SIGNERS Counties AsVed to Organize to Get "eiv Constitution. "We declare that the need of a new constitution Is the paramount Issue before the state, to enable her to rise to her true destiny In matters mate rial, educational and ethical." This is the resolution adopted by the conven tion of Missouri commercial clubs at Jefferson City, December 10, 1918. The Xew Constitution Association, of which V. H. Black of Ma...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 January 1919

'VJ"rww!iJy!j3BES8 " Wilis'? HWimmm i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1919. NUMBER 118 POINCARE OPENS WORLD PEACE CONFERENCE TODAY Twenty-Six Nations, Represented as Delegates, Gather in Famous Clock Hall of Paris to De cide Fate of Germany and Deal With' Prob lems Affecting Future of All Peoples. - NEWSPAPER MEN ADMITTED First Session Taken Up but League of Nations Will be Given Consid eration Next Belgium and Serbia Win Fight for Three Delegates Each. 15) United Tress PARIS. .Ism. IS. Tlic l'enee ConfVreiioe convened for its first official session at :5:0S o'clock this afternoon when President Poin care liegau speaking. With great solemnity the lull commission of the associated pow ers, with delegates representing twenty-six nations, including two representatives of the Kftig of lledjaz, desert potentate who helped to whip the Turks, met in the famous "Clock Hall" of the Quai V Orsay. "You hold in your hands the future of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 January 1919

ftm rr T .V K& T THE F.TEXIXG MISSOURIAy, SATURDAY, JAXUART 19, 1919. lw -tf f ' Page Tito a ii r iur. in H S -If ti i1 ,i t : ft t ? h If. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. I'ublislied eTery jerealug except Sunday by Tlie Ml?vurian Aistxdatlun, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Jlo. Virginia Itlds. ln stairs. I'uouea: Business, 35; ens, -M. Kntered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage proilded for In Section 11U3, Act of October 3, l'JIT autborlzed September X, 1913. iHr- t.ir -!TTi- X month. $1.00 ntuutn, -10 cents; copy, 'J eent. By mail In Boone Count); ear, t; 0 months 1.T.': 3 months 'JO cents. Outside the county: Year, $1.50, 3 mouths, ?1. month, 43 cents. We are wondering if the approach of the coming "dry" season will have any effect on the price of chocolate malted milks. something to it In Austria, before the armistice was signed, a. wholesale price of $27 was being paid for a common felt hat worn by both men...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 January 1919

,.-..f-:--v,t- THE ETEXIXQ MISSOURUX, SATDRDAr, JANUARY IS, 1919. Page Three HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE CARE OF GARDENS "The study tt agriculture in the high school is profitable, not only for the school, but also for the,joung col lege graduate, says Donald D. Shep pard, graduated in Agriculture from the Unhersity of Missouri. Sheppard is a teacher of agriculture in the Jla son City High School, Mason City, la. This high school owns thirty acres of land at the edge of the town on which gardens are to be planted. The high school boys are to hae charge of them. The whole proposition is to be purely a commercial one. The crops raised on the lot are to be marketed and the money received will be in vested in equipment for the agricul ture department of the high school. 'Besides being a good proposition for the high school, it is a good thing for the young college graduate whose head is full of theories but who has not had enough practical experience. In a place like this he would assume ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 18 January 1919

mr' Page Four TOE ETEXIXG 3IISS0UBIAS. SATURDAY. JAMJART 13, 1919. I r i - F NOT U, S. TROOPS Gen. Mannerhcim, New Reg ent, Says Finns Can Wprk Out Own Destinv. LOYAL TO ALLTES Called Upon Germany Save Herself From Bol shevists, He Declares. to I'.y I'liIteO I'rrxs. LO.VDOX, Dec. 1'3 (by mail). "Fin land has now reached a position where she can work out her own destiny. She needs no assistance from outside to presenc order. Thus Gen. Mannerhcim. newly elected regent of Finland and former White Guard leader, summed up the situation- in Finland In an interview ' given the United Press. I .Allied troops will not be sent into I Finland, as reported, Gen. Manner ' heim declared. ' "Finland called upon Germany" he said, "simply to save herself from Russian bolshevism. The allies at that time were unable to heln us. "The German, intervention was a military, not a political expedient. Finland believed she had to choose be tween Germans and bolshevists. She chose Germans. "I personally oppos...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 January 1919

V EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 1919. NUMBER 119 THE VISITORS ARRIVING FOR FARMS' WEEK Early Registration of Farm ers Is Unusually Heavy This Year. WILL OPEN TONIGHT Jane Addnms, Thos. Wilson and Lieut. Ricand to Speak This Evening. program tonight Uiih enlty Auditorium, 7:30 p. m. Community Singing, Mrs. W. D Steele, director. Call to Order, Jewell Mayes, Secretary Missouri State Hoard of Agriculture. Invocation. Words of Welcome. "Reconstruction and Industri al Effort of France," Lieutenant Emile Ricand, lCSth Reg. French Artillery. "Live Stock and Its Relation to the Packing Industry," Thomas E. Wilson, President Wilson & Company, Chicago, 111. "The Next Step," Miss Jane Addams. Early arrivals in Columbia this morning were so numerous that reg istration of Farmers' Week visitors was begun at 9 o'clock instead of 3 o'clock this afternoon. As each visitor registered in the Ag ricultural Building he was handed a "get acquainted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 January 1919

l 5V-" gFfSTTTHS U&3&lir.1 .i "3:56t - 'J! . - i ft Page Two TOE ETESIXG MSSOURIAX, MOXDAr. JANUARY 0, 1919. r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday liy The MlsxuurUn Assotiatlou, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Illdg. Down stair, i uuuea: imMuc, o, .b, -,i. Kntcir. as second-class mall matter. Ac ceiitancu for mailing at siieclal rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, litl" authorized September 20, 1913. City: Year, $.1.73; 3 month, J1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, ' centa. lly mall in Boone County; lear, JJ.-J; 6 months, 1.7j; 3 months 1W cents. Outside the tounty: Year, $4.50, 3 months, Sl.-; month, 4". cents. The forces of winter seemed to have signed an armistice. (UtKKTIMKS, .MISSOURI FARMERS The farmers of Missouri who have attended Farmers' Week in the past years know that the "Keys of the city of Columbia" are theirs while here. To them and to all who are making 1919 their first ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 January 1919

1 ' ti i it mimmmjtimme-mm H THE EYEXIXG MISSOEMAy, aiOXPAY. JAXUARY 20, 1919 SPORT The Tigers won their fourth con secutive victory Saturday night when they defeated the Washington basket ball five'SG to 19 in a rough and tum ble game. Scoring was started in the first half after two minutes of hard play when McCallum shot from the center of the court. Marquard scored on a free throw and "Washington led 3 to 0 before the Tiger machine could get started. Huliy scored from the field and soon the score was tied with first one team and then the other in the !ead from then until the last five minutes of play when the Tigers forged ahead making the count for the half 13 to 8. The last half was slow, neither leatn being able to use their tcamwofk. The Tigers scored easily at times, however. The Piker five shot -vild from the center of the court in a effort to score. Marquard and McCallum each landed two goals in this man ner. The game was rougher than that or Friday night. Rodder was put o...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 January 1919

1 f H Page Four THE EVENING MISSOURIAy, MOXD AY, JANUARY 20, 1919. HEAD raent of the board at a cost of $18,000 for two years. The idea of the market bureau is to place the producers and purchasers In close touch. The law relating to a state board of immigration has been a dead letter, since no funds were ap propriated for its support. Secretary Jewell Mayes of the board said tnat if the appropriation for the bureau is approved a Missouri agricultural exhibit will he placed In union sta tions at St. Louis and Kansas City and information relative to the state's SWINK IS STATE FAIR Hoar of Agriculture Also Will Ak for Three New Bureaus. At a meeting of the State Board of Agriculture held last week Judge E. E. Swink of Farmington was elected president of the state fair board, E. O. Uylander of Sedalia was re-elected secretary and W. H. Powell, also of Sedalia, was ro-elected treasurer. There were only two candidates named for the presidency of the fair, A. T. Nelson of Lebanon being th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 January 1919

'' -'"---' J-1 --HM " &-. j1ft.i r- " - ' -- THE EVENING .MISSOURIAN , o ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1919. NUMBER 120 '55' W?'' mF" -... f- -'& - , ?g3I EOgr- ,-3-- qin ..-I E DOI URGES LEAG0E NATIONS International Organization No New Idea, She Says in Speech. WOULD BACK WILSON Savs Problems No More Dif ficult Than With 13 Colonies. y PROGRAM TONIGHT. I'nh ersity Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Community Singing, Mrs. W. n. Steele, Director. "The Market Farm Papers and the Personal Pocketbook," Geo. N. NefT, president of the Corn Delt Farm Dailies. "The Government's Program for Child Welfare," Dr. Bertha Johnson of the U.S. Children's Bureau, Washington, D. C. "Lessons of the War for Ag riculture," C. Stewart, Elk Garden, Va., chairman of Agri cultural Advisory Committee oi the U. S. Government. Before the largest audience which ever attended the opening session of a Missouri Farmers' Week, Miss jane Addams, mistress of Hull House, 1bhl cago lecturer...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 January 1919

.. -, , f IK IP Page Two THE EVENING MISSOUR1AN, TUESDAY, JANUART 21, 1919. If l THE EVENING MISSOURIAN .Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. I'uhlUhed erery evening except Sunday ly Tue .llsourian Association, Incorpo ratel, Columbia. Mo. Vlrclnla HMs. Down stairs. I'houes: Business, 03; News, -14. rnioru.1 na tsifHinil-clj&i xuall matter. Ac ceptance Tor mulling at special rate of postage proviueu lur iu .-vnuu . ' , of October S, WIT authorized J-eptember JO, 191S. City: Year, $4.73; 3 months, ?1.W); month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall in Boone County; lear, $3.23; C nioutus, 1.73; 3 mouths W cents. Outside the county: Year, $l-"0; 3 mouths, $1.2o; month, 43 cents. one-third of the people of the United States have a voice In their own "home doHcv' or is it to be dictated by a group of powerful, self-centered interests? Common sense is sometimes an un common commodity. WAR AND THE .MOVIE There are few phases of life in America which the war has not affect ed. Eton the moti...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 January 1919

i.7f ' jtvT' 1 1 1 s "2M- !(' i 111 I FOR NEAR EAST Food Board Supports the Campaign to Raise 30 Million. RELIEF FOR ARMENIA Mumford Asks Help From County Agents in Drive for Funds. The U. S. Food Administration un qualifiedly supports the campaign the week of February 3 to 10 to raise thirty million dollars for relief in the Near East, including Armenia, Syria and Persia, a cable received today by F. 13. Mumford, federal food admin istrator for Missouri, from Herbert Hoover says. Mr. Hoover urges the vital necessity of making this appeal for aid for the destitute and starving people of these countries a success. The members of the Food Admin istration in Missouri have been asked to do everything in their power to asist the organizations already formed in the stato for this appeal. County Food Administrators and their deputies especially have been asked to lend their active support to this "drive" for funds for the peoples of the Near East who have been vic tims of the war. Armenia ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 January 1919

Page Fonr ; THE EYEXIXO 3fISS0UBIAS, TCESDAT, JANUARY. 21, 1919. nik- t fli 0 I J ! t t m L I SPORT The Tigers had an unusually good workout last night, showing up well for the first practice after the two hard games with Washington last week. The Tiger defense won the two Washington games last week. There were times in both games when a moment's relaxation in guarding would have given the Pikers a lead that wniild havo heen difficult to over come. een with the brilliant flashes nf ntfrtnack (ho TilfOPO crinU'Q1 fit tfmoa ... j .u ..- .. , !..! a man's suit. i.tiai(uaiu. IMC &(dl t-cuici 1UI lltC Pikers, is undoubtedly a good basket ball man. He has a good record for piling up scores, but not in either game did he get far enough away from Craig Ruby to make more than one basket. There were no scoring streaks for Washington. Tiwr Track Captain Is III in Hospital. Captain "Bill" Sylvester of the Tiger track team is in the hospital and track work in some events is conse quently han...

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