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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 January 1919

m "h THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1919. NUMEBR 121 1 STUART SPEAKS TO VISITING FARWIERS Says U. S. Is Now a Real Na tion We Arc All Pure Americans. TWO OTHERS TALK Dr. Bertha Johnson and Geo. N. NeiT Are Also on Program. A large number of Farmers' Week visitors heard former Governor H. C. Stuart of Virginia; Dr. Bertha John son, assistant chief of the United States Children's Bureau, and George X. Neff, president of the Corn Belt JParra Dailies, speak in the University Auditorium last night. The program opened with community singing lead by .Mrs. W. D. Steele and the Univer sity glee club. Hiss Mildred Logan, a tudent in the University, sang'Joan of Arc", the audience joining in the chorus. Governor Stuart spoke of the neces sity of" organisation among farmers for the purposes of marketing and dwelt at length on the subject of gov ernment price fixing, pointing out the lessons for agriculture taught by the war. "Now for the ...

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. — 22 January 1919

lit Elr ' l III Tage Two TOE ETEXISC MISSODRIAX, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1919. r It L f t r.i f I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Memler Audit Bureau of Circulations. PuMlslieil every evening except Sunday liy The Mlssouran Association, im-uri-rated, ColumMj, Jlo. Virginia llldg. Uojjn Mairs. I'hones: LJusluess, 53; News, -1. Entered as s,ond -class mail matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Suction 1103, Act of October 3, l'JlT auttiorlied September -C, J91S. City; Year, fl.73; 3 montb, $1.00: month. -10 cents; copy, 2 rents. By nrall in it.u.nM rmintv! ejr. S.E.5: G months. $1.75; 3 months "JO cents. Outside the county: l'ear, J1G0; 3 mouths, $1.'A; month, 43 cents. was actuated fully as much by the de sire to gain complete control of the Father of Waters as of the vast stretch of hill and plain, of mountain and prairie. 'When, in 18G4, Vicksburg fell and the Mississippi was opened from mouth to source to the boats of Grant and Farragut, the end had come...

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. — 22 January 1919

""ST "Tvy " " - - T T TnE EVENING MSSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, JANTART 22, 1919. Page Three SPORT The Varsity basketball team scrim maged with the freshman team yes teday afternoon for about fifteen min utes, running up a score of 1G against 2 points scored by the first-year men. In the scrimmage Browning showed up well, playing a fast game. Uuby played in his usual class, and Scott showed all of the scrap he carried through the Washington games. Vogt was the best basket man on the squad yesterday. Following the scrimmage with the first-string men, Coach Miller sent in another team made up of men on the Varsity squad. The freshman led with a score of C to 4 at the end of ten minutes' pla. "Shuck" Lewis showed real prospect as a forward In the scrimmage yester day. Lewis has bee nworking at guard, but when Coach Miller shifted him to forward yesterday afternoon he handled the ball, played the door, and showed a better game generally than in his old position. Simpson, who has been playing fo...

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. — 22 January 1919

JfSSfW- ? '-"W5 TIIE EVENING 3HSS0URIAN, WEDN ESDAT, JANUARY 22, 1919. Page Four Ml H PA Yi k i I L ! 1 X. Y. CITY ALUMNI MEET 0. S. Carpenter Writes of Missourlans In Metropolis. v. (The following was sent to the Mis sourlan by 0. S. Carpenter, a graduate of the School of Journalism now livi. e in Xew York.) The regular monthly dinner of thr graduates and former students in New York City of the University of Mis souri was held Thursday evening, Jan uary 1C, in a private dining room at the Advertising Club, 47 East Twenty fifth street. Those present were Miss lone A. MaeCarthy, 1902;Glenn D. Mitchell, U.S. in M.B., 1912; II. F. Williams U.S. in Ag., 1912, and wife; II. A. Fountain U.S. in E., 1913, and wife; C. H. Heck ler U.S. in Ag.. 1903; II. II. Haggard U.S. in C. E., 1903 (the first St Pat rick); O. G. Carpenter B.J., 1915; Ralph II. Turner .J. 1910; Sadie Wise, UJ., 191C; Obcar E. Hiley H.J.. 1911, A.B.. 1912, and wife; O. E. Saylor U.B., 1902; Dr. Bert Munday B.S., M. S., M.D...

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. — 22 January 1919

,. r TOE ETESISG mSSOURIAX, WEDS ESDAT, JANUARY 22, 1919. ' Page Four i 0 li u ; u. i I ' b H ' N. T CITV ALU.MM -MEET S. Carpenter Writes of 3IissourIan In Metropolis. (The following was sent to the Mis sourlan by 0. S. Carpenter, a graduate of the School of Journalism now Iivl. ? in .Vew York.) The regular monthly dinner of the graduates and former students in New York City of the University of Mis souri was held Thursday evening, Jan uary 16, in a private dining room at the Advertising Club, 47 East Twenty fifth street. Those present were Miss lone A. MacCarthy, 1902;GIenn D. Mitchell, B.S. in M.B., 1912; H. F. Williams U.S. in Ag., 1912, and wife; H. A. Fountain D.S. in E.. 1913, and wife; C. II. Heck ler B.S. in Ag., 1903; H. H. Haggard ns. in C. E., 1903 (the first St Pat rick); O. G. Carpenter B.J., 1915; Ralph II. Turner U.J. 191C; Sadie Wise, IIJ., 191C; Oscar E. Riley H.J., 1911, A.B., 1912, and wife; O. E. Sajlor LLI1., 1902; Dr. Bert Munday B.S., M. S., M.D., lS97;9S-99;...

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. — 23 January 1919

fsr THE EVENING,, MlSSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1919. EVVARD TELLS OP MARKET SITUATION Dr. Gill Says Civilization Is Declining Because Church es Won't Co-operate. GET BOYS ON FARMS French Women Have an Ex tended Field of Work Since War Began. Program Tonight. University Auditorium. 7:30 p. m. Community Singing, Mrs. W. D. Steele, director. "Community Building," Prof. S. A. Baker, state superintendent of schools of Missouri. Address C. W. Thompson, spe cialist in rural organization. Bureau of Markets, U. S. De partment of Agriculture. "Observations Upon European Agriculture," Dr. W. O. Thompson, chairman of the European Agriculture Cora-mission. John Evvard of Ames, 1., a former student in the College of Agriculture here, now a member of the Agricultur al Adisory Committee of the United States Government, told a Farmers' Week audience last night of the mar ket situation, which, he said, had open ed up so remarkably in the last five years. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 January 1919

HBfiW' MEWL fflJUllllUHllrT-rrr j.'"'j!t "'"jjpii1" ,"jinc?'wt'at''y',''"il11'1 "J" rj S! 15J?sl - THE EYEXiyO MISSOURIAy, THUBSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919. i. Page Tno 5 ! a THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by Toe Missourian Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldg. Down ttalre. Phones: Business, 53; News, 274. Pntri im stvond-class mall matter. Ac cepunce for nwlllDg at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, l'JIT authorized September -C, 1913. City: Year, SJ.75; 3 months, SUW; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Hoone Count?: ear. !.: C months. l.7J; 3 months 1W cents. Outside the i-uunty: ear, HM; 3 months, S1Jj; mouth, 45 veuts. Another good slogan for success would be slug the sluggard. tii 1Ttka ;su hessok The way of the transgressor is hard. Germany, the greatest of world trans gressors. Is now reaping the harvest it has sown. Woodshed, riot, pillaging, air-raids...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 January 1919

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, THUR SPAY, JANUARY 23, 1919. Page Three r ir BELLICOURTGREATEST MEHCU BATTLE Dense Fog at the Time Gave Advantage Over Defen sive Topography. HEROES "FROM DIXIE Australians Took Seemingly Impossible St. Quentin Canal Tunnel. BY GEORGE T. BYE LONDON, Dec. 20. Whatever great memorial monuments, shafts, triumph al arches, or pavilions are erected in America to the glory of her land, sea and air forces in the world's greatest war, each and every one should have ihe name Beliicourt chiselled most prominently and most deeply. Seicheprey deserves a place for it was the first of the minor battles In which the inexperienced Yanks learn ed they could handle superior Ger man forces. Chateau-Thierry should go on the entablature because it was there the Americans dammed the ene my advance when everything else had given way. Iielleau Wood (or as the French call it now, iWood of the Ma rines") has its undying memories for it saw nothing short of miraculous lighting by the Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 January 1919

1 Ml lift M h) m: 1 Page Fonr MISSOUMANS STILL IX FRANCE 35th and 89th Divisions Not on Trior Ity List for Sailing. The Thirty-Fifth and Eighty-Ninth Divisions, both made up almost ex clusively of Missouri and Kansas men, will be held in France for some time to come. The War Department has no word on when they may be expect ed to return. The thirty-fifth is not in the army of occupation, so it .s possible that it may be sent home be fore the eighty-ninth. The Thirty-Fifth is now stationed at Commercy, France. This Is about twenty-five miles south and a liuM cast of Verdun. It is near the old bat tle line, which, of course, is now far from the frontier. Around Commercy were thousands of American troopa before the armistice, it being one of the large concentration centers. Whether the division will be stationed there until ordered broken up and sent home, or whether it will wait there until relieveing some other unit in the army of occupation is not known. The Eighty-Ninth Division, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 January 1919

f&r-mF t THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1919. NUMBER 123 DOCTOR THOMPSON URGES CO-OPERATION Food Problem Not Reduced by Maiming of Thou sands of Soldiers. EDUCATION PAYS U. S. Expert Tells of Draft for Law Issued by Depart ment of Agriculture. Cooperation was the keyword of the speech last night by Dr. W. O. Thomp son, chairman ot the European Agri culture Commission. Dr. Thompson characterized the war as cooperation among the allies. "If such results could be obtained in time of war," he said, "what could not be done in time ol peace?" World .Not Well Fed Before War. "The world was not well fed before the war and the problem will not be diminished in importance by the maim ing or thousands in the "war. There have always been thousands who were underfed, but the American soldier never had to fear a shortage of food. When war broke out the co-operation of all at home, and especially of the farmeis and) agricultural organiza ti...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 January 1919

1 )&x a - v. t. " in- ; i tn PageTno THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations, Published eTerr evening except Sunday by Tlie JUssourlan Association, Incorpo- . . .. . it- .... rt.i.t lll.liv llnnn. sulrs. 1'bones: Business, Oj; Ies, -i4. I'ntonMi ti vtnnd.rldka mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September M, 1Mb. City: Year, J.T3; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. Ity mall In ltoone County; leJr, J3.25; C months. fl.75; 3 mouths W cents, uuisiue me ... tu ti-jl M mrmttw $l.;i: county: lear, S4-; 1- mouth, 4j cents. Beware ye smokers! Statistics show that about one-fourth or the Are losses last year were caused by your carelessness. FOOD FOR I'OLAXIi Inland the long suffering is again in need. Its piteous pleas for food heed not the thousands of miles of ocean wates but strike to the heart of every sympathizer in the world. Be et by foes, rent by internal ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 January 1919

THE EVENIKG MISSOURIAJf, FHID AY, JANUARY SL 1919. Page Three m-, r SPORT Westminster has always drawn a great deal of material from the St. Iouis high schools, and for this rea son her athletic teams usually stand high," Coach J. F. Miller said this morning. "Last term, when the S. A. T. C. was started at Westminster there were more than seventy-five St. Louis bo s enrolled there, and many of them were teammates or the St. Louis high school boys who make up Washington University's teams." "Westminster beat Drury College, 39 to 24. last week, which is another evi dence that tomorrow night's game with the Tigers will not be entirely one sided. Coach Miller said this morning that 1m- would probably start the same men who have started in the four games Missouri has played. Westminister's lineup Tollows: Hall and Rodes, for wards; Weidlich, center; Kunkler and Menefee. guards. The Tigers were git en a. long scrim mage last night against a team made up of Knight and Whitehead of the fres...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 January 1919

IRfV -: THE ETEMXO ailSSODRIAX, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1919. 1Sg& PfbtlL&MsyS&UEsSSlssiZfflKi Page Four iJ t i I fl YOU FELLOWS WHO HAVE Government Insurance Will do well to hold on to it: the Bureau of War Risk Insurance will have an announcement about Feb. 1 that will be of interest to you. The undersigned will be glad to advise with you con cerning your Policy. H. M. McPHEETERS Boone Co. Nat Bank BIdg. GREAT WHITE SALE COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 27 Watch Tomorrow's Paper for Prices A Reminder Our Big Suit Sale ends tomorrow Saturday, Jan. 25. Be here early and be a beneficiary 9gfegF IT IT'S THE BEST We've ever tasted," that's what the visiting farmers have told us about WAGNER'S ICE CREAM The farmers know what's good. Town people should profit by the experences of our farmers. This is the ice cream that will be served at the Farmers' Banquet. Did you ever try a dish pf it at the TAVERN DRUG STORE "In the Daniel Boone Tavern" PHONE 419. SENATORS AGAINS 1 T E FUND B...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 January 1919

.r 4 ELEVENTH YEAR PEACE CONFERENCE F IF Committee Appointed Today to Work Out Details for ORULLY INDORSES NATIONS Presentation to Congress Sitting in French Capital. WILL DETERMINE AUTHORS OF WAR Wilson Says America Will Have Fought in Vain If Permanent Peace Does Not Come to Whole World. - By FRED S. FERGUSON (Halted Tress Staff Correspondent) PARIS, Jan. 25. The League of Nations received formal indorsement by the general Peace Congress this afternoon when a special committee was appointed to work out its details. The Peace Congress opened its second preliminary session at 3 o'clock this afternoon. s President Wilson in opening discus sion declared the league "seems neces sary both in reaching the conclusion of peace and in preserving the peace of the world." He said America's ar dour for the league is not the result of fear, but that she will feel she has fought in vain if the peace isonly one of European sentiments. The Congress also appointed a com ' mittee to determine the de...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 January 1919

Page Tito THE ETEXIXG 3nSS0TJBIAy, SATURDAY. JAXUAKT 25, 1919. I I m i mi THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evenlns except Sunday liv The Missourian Association, juniryu rjted. Columbia, .Mo. Virginia Hide Iown suIm. I'liuuu: Business 53; News, .. f.Tituru.i ia cwttrwl-rljiss mail matter. AC' reii'tauce for 'trailing at special rate of floatage provided Tor In !eciiou ijvm, aci of October 3, 1U17 authorized September M, 1913. City: Year, W.73; 3 montlis. ?1.00; inoutli, JO cents; copy, "J cenU. By mail in Boone County; Year, (i; 6 months, 11.73; 3 months !X cents. Outside the county: Year. Sf.50; 3 mouths, $1.23; month, 43 cents. It the W.C.T.U. goes in for woman suffrage, we hope that the third word of its name will become a principle to the militant suffragets. IS IT WILLtTL WASTE? Those people whose business deals with paper have felt keenly the string ent restrictions placed upon the use of paper by the Government. Vet the Government did...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 January 1919

" THE EYESING 3IISS0URIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919. Page Three SPORT J L Kansas and Iowa State College have scheduled six baseball games for the coming season. Three will be played at Ames and three at Lawrence. Kan sas has also announced the intention of playing the schools in the Kansas Collegiate Conference if games can be arranged. The committee on intercollegiate athletics has voted for Missouri not to play inter-collegiate baseball this year, but Coach Jonn S. Miller said this morning that he hoped to be able to give the men work of some kind in order to keep the baseball spirit alive. Iutra-mural games between classes, schools, fraternities and other organizations probably will be played this spring. The Tigers would be strong con tenders for the valley championship if Missouri should enter the race this spring. JlcLane, pitcher for the Co lumbia Browns and for the freshman team two years ago; Hubbard, catch er for the Browns and the freshman the same year, and Voght, who ...

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. — 25 January 1919

-v? THE EYESDfG 3IISS0URIAX, SATURDAY, .TAXCARY 25, 1919. Page Four ffl BERRY JACOBS, TAX AITORJCOLIBIA Will Probably Have This District to Settle Income Tax Troubles. NEW TAXES COMING All Revenue Received in 1918 Must Bear Share of War Expense. Berry W. Jacobs, former city collec tor and now income tax auditor with headquarters in St. Louis, is in Co lumbia today visiting his family here. Jlr. Jacobs' new duties will involve the settling of trouble over the in come tax collected in 1918. He will go over cases where there are over charges or undercharges claimed and make correct adjustments. It is probable that when the time for thib work, arrives he will have charge of this district. The year 191S was a banner year for salaries and wages, and the high war prices brought unusual profits to the average small tradesman and to the farmer. Every unmarried per son who earned $1,000 or over during the year 191S. and every married per son, who, together with wife or hus band, earned $2,000...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 January 1919

sr"- 'f-V'' " -,,Iyt - M THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1919. NUMBER 125 I 3! 1 M E Miss Retha Riley Returns After Service in American Hospital. VISITS SISTER HERE Enjoyed Her Eight Months' Work Says U.S. Soldiers Were Appreciative. '.Miss Kctha Riley, who has been in England the last eight months with a detachment of the Medical Corps of the American Army, arrived in Co lumbia Saturday to visit her sister, .Miss Margaret Riley. .Miss Riley was a trained nurse in Little Rock. Ark., when Unit T of -the Red Cross was organized at the place. After her enlistment, she was sent to Lake Wood, X. J., and Xew York City for several months, and then sent to England with the Thirtieth Division from South Carolina and Tennessee. On the last day out before touching the English coast, the ship Miss Riley was on was attacked by submarines. Shortly after her arriial in Eng land. Miss Riley was transferred from the Red Cross to the American Army ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 January 1919

THE ETESISG MISSOUBIAX, MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1919. Page Two hi it THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. I'ubllsbed erer.v evening except Sunday l.v Tbe Silurian Association Incorpo. r.fte.1. Columbia, Mo. "rglnta Bl. Bon Malrt. 1'hones: Business, .; -2 Enterel as -cond-class mall matter. Ac oimiuw for maillns at special rate of i?otace provided fur In Section 1103. Act JTSSrtir 3. 1U17 authorized September M. litis. in - Year $.1.73: 3 montbi. S1.00: n. X 40 vnt',; copy. JVufonth" In Iluoue County; ear, $JL; C luontn. il.73; 3 months W " Outride the louuty: Year, $100, 3 months, $l-, month. V cents. One little, two little, three little Indians." But what we want to sing is "Sixty little French orphans cared for liy Columbians." r A KM KltS' WEEK The suf-cess of Farmers Week at Columbia last week is an example or how conditions are returning to nor mal after the cessation of hostilities. Last Farmers' Week was not well at tended; the war was on, and the farm ers'...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 January 1919

T mKsmtmimmm & mm girls FOR AMERICAN BOYS Y V C.A. Workers Say Yan kee Boy Will Come Back for His Sweetheart. SHE MAKES BEST 'PAL' French Girls Can Sew, Cook and Make Love But Not Plav. I'f l'nlii-1 I'riss NEW YORK, Jan. 21. Are Ameri can men who hae been overseas go me luck to marry French girls? "No," ib the answer of fourteen out of fifteen returned officers, according to a Y.WCA. representative here who has been interviewing returning offi cers on this subject. v The consensus of opinion of those interviewed gives the reason thus: The French girl is not what American men tall a pal. She knows how to cook, to tew, to make love. She can be a sweetheart. She is not a pal. Her horizon too often is limited to the home Her life is lived within doors She can never replace the American girl for all around intelligence, activ ities and ambitions Most of all the American men miss in her the play fellow the have known at home the girl with the tennis racquet, the girl who loves to hike...

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