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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 August 1916

V $", THE DAILY .MISSOnRIAX, -MOXDAY, ALGDST ;, 191c PageTferM Criticizes Semite' Action. Hj United Tress. CHICAGO. Aug. ."..Criticism of the Senate committee's action in tabling the resoltitisn authorizing investiga tion of the railroad situation by the Interstate Commerce Commission was voiced by Harry A. Wheeler, chairman of the United States Cham ber of Commerce commitee on rail roads. "This action greatly increases the danger of a -general strike." he said. TROOPS OF FRANCE PLANS OF AN ATTRACTIVE HOME SUPERIOR TO KAISER'S Sells Hudson Super-Six. The Hudson-Phillips Motor Car Company sold T. K. Shelby of Wells ville. Mo., a Super-Six Friday. Large Reserve Force Is an Aid, Writes Henry Wood, War Correspondent. WILL FIGHT TO END i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 55 Half a Cent a Word a Day i Teuton Soldiers' Failure to ' Take Verdun, Is Victory for the Allies. ROOMS Wanted: Three or four unfurnish ed rooms for school year 1916-17. Call 1067 Red. S. 2S3-2SS. For Sale: At John N. Taylo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 August 1916

. mmmM8WNWB ' pr -vr:ft ?J4 u5g!!$TJ-' 'SFT??? "Wr-T-" Mi n,wiijiimui" - , . BW mti"-'nfHMWM w r Page Fonr THE DAILY 3IISS0UHIAX, .MOMMY, AUGUST 7, 191C CITY AND CAMPUS Mr. and Mr. J. I'. Meatman, of Fow ler, Colorado, and .Mrs. Minnie V. Wal-1 lace, of Paris, Mo.. left yesterday af ter visiting l S. Quinn and family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Meatman motored through from Colorado. Mrs. K. A. Trowbridge and son left yesterday for tlieir home in Wisconsin. W. II. Hargrove and (J. W. Iteavis. supervisor cf bo' and girls' -clubs, have roup to Brooklield. Mo. to con duct demonstrations at the Mini Coun ty Fair. J. C Hakleman has gone to Male, Mo., to address tiie Chautauqua. Mr. anJ -Mr.-. A H. Sargent of .Han nibal, Mo., who were the Ruests of .Mr. and .Mrs. J. 11. Powell yesterday, re turned home In their car this morning. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pow ell, and her daughter and Miss Mar Raret Powell, who has been attending Summer Session. Mrs .1. Sickler of Kansas City, and her ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1916 NUMBER 292 p 7rtV -. EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYSFEEDSTORE Building Belonging to J. M. Taylor Burned by Blaze of Unknown Origin. LOSS IS ABOUT $7,500 Flames Discovered bv Nigbt Police at 3 O'Clock Tins Morning. Fire, which broke out about 3 o'clock this morning, totally destroyed the brick building on North Tenth street occupied by the Columbia Feed and Grain Company. The building, which belonged to James M. Taylor and Berkeley Estes, was valued at $7, 500, while the contents were variously estimated at from $3,000 to $8,000. The loss is less than half rovcrcd by in surance. The flames were discovered by night policemen King and Douglas shortly before 3 o'clock, but were al ready past control when the fire de partment arrived a few minutes later. All that the department could do was to prevent the flames from spreading to adjoining buildings and this they succeeded in doing in spite of a stiff breeze from th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 August 1916

Ks 'TS m Page Two THE DAILT .MISSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every evening (except Saturday and .Sunday) and Sunday morning by The MUbourlan Association, In rorpo rat ed, Columbia. Mo Frank II. KInr, I'rehldent and Editor; A. G, II Id man, Ituslnehi 3Ianager. The Open Column AiMre all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUMAX Columbia, .Missouri. Of fire: Virginia Hullilltig. Downstairs riionev: Kuslness, Ki; News, 271. i:iitireil at tlie postofflce. as second-class Columbia, mall. Mo. Yir, ?2.50; inontli, 23 cents; copy, 5 cents. TIjh Mlhsourlan receives the illspatclies f I lie Unlteil I'ress Associations. .Member, Audit Hureau of Circulations. Why is it that when it is too hot for husband to go to church Sunday morn ing he will go out to the garage and work on the automobile all morning? AlCl'ST 10 IX MISSOURI Admission to the Union and the bat tle of Wilson's creek during the Civil War, are the two important events in the history of Missouri of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 August 1916

f CAKS TO ItVCE IT l'IKES PEAK Thtrlj Driver Will Climb 11,109 Feet A bine Sea Lei el. tlr I'nltoJ I'ress. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.. Aug. 9 About thirty famous auto speed kings here hae entered cars for the race to the top of Pike's Peak Thursday Drivers from the east will compete against drivers from the West. Ralph MuKord will try to establish a ne world's bill-climbing record he lias informed 31. W Coin ell. manager of the meet. Hughie Hughes, a eteran pilot or racing cars, has been nominated to drive j Dueenberg. Hushes has not been reeii in contests recent! but his victories of the past are many. Neil (Whirlwind) Wbalen will drive a Miiac car. Two Buick cars will be driven by McCoy and Dawson. It is probable , that Barney Oldfield will drive bis De- j lage racer. ' For the last few days hundreds of ' men have been getting the eighteen- mile highway with its winding curves j and steep grades into shape for prac-i tice. A. W. Marksheffel, of Colorado ' Springs, piloted one of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 9 August 1916

Page Four THE DAILT MISSOURUX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 191C L GUARDS QUELL RIOTS E. A. White Tells of Camp Conditions in Letter to Prof. R. L. Ramsay. SID ROLLINS IS WELL M. U. Man Says Columbia Boys May Return When University Opens. "Sid Kollins is in the last stages of recuperation, and the Columbia" bojs are becoming regular soldiers," writes Sergeant E A. White of Company F, 4th .Missouri X. G . an instructor in Knglish in the Universitv in a letter to Prof. R L, Ramsay of the English department. "We are still camped vvithin a few miles of the border," writes Ser geant White, "and the Government is building each company a modern .screened mess-hall, ours being now in pioie-.s of erection. We already have wooden shower-baths and latrines; with running water in each company .strett inc Y .vi u. A. has built a large hall and stables and barns hac been erected. ".Many of the companies have electric lights in their tents. After sleeping on the ground since we were called out, June 21, l...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 August 1916

Wfi THE DAILY MISSOURlAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916 NUMBER 294 V VETERANS CELEBRATE STATE DAYTOGETHER About Thirty Old Soldiers Gather at Boone County Courthouse Today. U. D. C. ENTERTAINS Blue and Gray HearSpeeches and Songs After Bas ket Dinner. THE CALENDAR August IS, Prlday Itoblnson's Circus. September H, 13, 1C, Thursday, Friday ami Saturday University en trance examinations. September IS, 111, 20, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday University registra tion. Scplomlier -It. Wednesday Opening Con vocation, University Aildltorlmu, 11 a. in Seplciuher 21, Thursday- Unherslty class work. In .ill divisions begins. DRY WEATHER HURTS SUFFRAGISTS START PARTY HOSTILITIES Farmers Say Nearly All Veg etables Have Been Lost by the Heat. TIIK JIWIIII TALKS OX Sl'EERIXC "Have u Cowl Time,' lit Snjs, "Hut Don't Co Too Fast."' .Mayor J. M. Battcrton said this morning in connection with the charge against McDonald Lipscomb for speeding that the city officers About twen...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 August 1916

3wMrr,:'Tw' iiiiiiiMMIIMM - - -!r IIIWIIMM I I I M I - P JtlyVy . .-", THE DAILY MiSSOtlRIAX, THUKSOAV, AUGUST 10, liUC 1. I'age Two ft h 5; I f 7 t 1 ..... .. .. -.11. .U n. THF nAII Y MIiflMRT AN summer time. It isn't so effective. . the otner nan mes. &uuu me a... 1HL UA1LI MiaaUUKlAWj Louia GIobe-Democrat. Well, what business is it of the first half, anyway? Chillicothe Tribune. I'ublUlird rvrry evening (except Saturday mid unda) and unday morning liy The Mlmiourlan Aftoclatlon, Inrorporat (!. Culuinlila, Mo., Irani. II. RInr, I'rsldent and Kdltor; A. G. Ilinman, llu.lnrnf, Manaser. .Vlilre.s nil rommunlcatlons to Till: lAII,Y MISSUUllIAN rolumlil.1, Jllssuurl. nffiiv: VIrsliii-i Iiulldins. Downstairs Phones: liuslnes Ki; News, 1174. Mo, Senator Reed insisted that the ma jority did not know what they werei voting for. Washington Dispatch. Well, there is nothing unusual about that, is there? Indianapolis News. Kutered ut tlie potofflce, Columbia, a e(.'ond-cla,n mall. Year, ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 August 1916

?v ssmss5'j!8flw . t-f "SB Sr THE DAILY MISSOURIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, loic. Pe 'ihm IX. Daily Market Report 30$10. 40. Rough $9.45$9.55. Light $10.15$10.35. Pigs $8.75, I $10.00. Rulk S10.15ffTS10.4S. Hy United l're. I EAST ST. LOUIS. Ill, Aug. 10.-1 SHEEP KECEIPTS-3.000. .Market i Mi'duy. siaugmer ewes i&.uuKist .20. ' Breeding ewes $9.00$10.00. Year-1 lings $G.00SH.50. 7715 $10.55. Spring lambs S7.- n itti p iircpiPTs 1 nnn ;.,,.i.,.i.... " " """ ""'"". t no Texans. Market steady. Native beef Meera $7.00 $10. '-". Yearling steers and heifers S8.50(?iS10.00. Cows $5.50 $7.75. Stockers and feeders $3.30W$S.5. Calves $6.00 SI 1.73. Texas steers $o.50j$S.50. Cows and heifers $4..r.0$S.00. HOG RECEIPTS 9.000. Market 5c yesterday at the Pi Deta Phi soror to 10c higher. Mixed and butchers Mty house in honor of their house-guest, $10.15fiSin.40. Good and heavy $10.-' Mrs. Anna Willis of Centralia. LOSS OF VON TIRPITZ IS BLOW TO GERMANS Knlerlain Willi Auction Bridge, j Mrs. C. M. Pa...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 August 1916

BSF- ??9P,'iS"",nrW" 'SP 'i tt I'aue Fonr U.S.JSPPLE GROWERS New Organization Plans to Improve Marketing Con ditions of Country. NOW HAS 75 MEMBERS Enrollment Is Increasing J. C. Whitten, M. U. Man, on the Roll. A national a&sociation of apple Ki owrh with a charter membership of about sevtntv-five nun was formed in St. Louis, on the second and third of this month Some time ago a few of the foruno.it growers of the United States began the agitation for an as-.-ouation of this kind Senator Har- rv T. Dimlap of Illinois and Prof. II C Irish of St. Units, two of the agl- tatois. assumul the duties of tempo ral chairman and sccretarj, respect lvelv. of the new organization and S uator Dunlap as chairman, issued ,i call for the meeting m St I-ouis last utk It was then that the as sociation was perfected and put on a vvoikiug basis At the St. Louis meeting Senator Dunlap was nude the permanent chairman for the coming jear and Professor Irish was elected secretarj Of the sev cut -five ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 August 1916

r 9 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN K EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916 NUMBER 295 V I FORCE MOMENT So Says Mrs. Walter McNab Miller, Member of Suf frage Association. HASN'T 4,000,000 VOTES New Organization Doesn't Contain Bulk of Suffra gists, She Says. THE CALENDAR -utrii-t is, rriil.iy Itolilusou's Circus. September II. 1". IB. Thursday. Friday ami Saturday University en trance examinations. September 1 111. "t Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday t'niversltv resist ra tion. September 11). Wcdiicsday-Openlns Con-viH-:itliii. I'nlerlty Auditorium, 11 a in September 21. Thursday University class work in ill divisions begins. That the W'jmeii's party now in con ference at Colorado Springs, will not be successful in forcing the adop tion of a federal amendment enfran chising the women voters of the coun try by way of Anti-1'arty method", and that the claim of this party that t li- control 1,000,00(1 votes of Western wo men, is a vague possibility, was the statement made today by ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 August 1916

J 1iYgp$rgggSf&&' Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, FMIUY, AUGUST 11, 191C. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUbrd every evening (except fcaturday and Sunday) and .Sunday morning by The MKkourlan Aauiclatlon, Inrorporat rd, Columbia, Mo.. Frank II. Klnr. I'rrnldent and Kdltor; A. O. Ilinman. ' ISutinesa Manager. Alilrci all cnmmunircitfons to Till: DAILY .MISSOL'KIAX ColuinM.i, Mltsiiuri. iitthv. Virginia HiilMing, Downstairs Phone: Undines-, ..'; News, -71. llutcn-d at the poito(flrc, Columbia, .Mo., as second-class wail. Year, $2-VI; luciiitli, 'Si cents; copy, , cents. Tin- MNMiurlan receives tlie clNp.-itihes or the Luitiii I'ress Associations. .Member, Audit Ilureau of Circulations. STICK TO YOUR DRKA.US, HOY I'unsters and cartoonists are poking full at you, boy, right now because of jour ambitions and your dreams. If jou have a dream stick to it. It's yours. You have a right to dream ot great things. Every great man that the world can point to today was a dreamer. He had ideals. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 August 1916

IJ '' -JRJ---' 41 W i THE DAILY MISSOURI FltiniY, AlCUST II, lftic. Daily Market Report CAST ST. IXDUIS, 111.. Aug. 11. CATTLE RECEIPTS 1.000 including 200 Texans Market steady, Native beer steers $7.ootfi $10 :... Yearling -leers and heifers -s..-, (t ft 10.00. Cows 0 "lOfi $7.75 Stocker-. and feeders $"..::0fi $S5. Cales $0 0()i$ll 7.". Teas steers $i 50fi $S 50 Cows and heifers $l.50frj$soo HOG RECEIPTS S.oOo Maiket 10 cents higher on butchers and heaies. 15 cents higher on lights, 2? cents higher on best pigs. Mixed and butch ers $10.30Q$10.CO. Good and heavy 510.43 $10 CO Rough $9,305 $9.75. Light $9.30J$10.C0. Pigs $3.73$10. 2.".. Bulk $10.:!0Q,$10.55. SHEEP RECEIPTS 1,000 .Market steady. Slaughter ewes $3.00 Ti $7.23. Itrecding ewe, $9.00 $10.00. Year lings r, 00i $9 50. Spring lambs 7.00 ft $1050 .liss Jessie Cllne on Vacation. Miss Jessie Alice Cline of 707 Mis souri avenue, teacher of home eco nomics at the Columbia High School, left last night for a three weeks' visit v.i...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 11 August 1916

PTlV'i T W" THE DULY MISSOUKIAJf, Fill DAY, AUGUST 11, 191C. laee Four j"!Sfl it i xL STRIKE STILL DELAYED Conductor Brotherhood Says Board Must Take Action at Once. I!y L'uItfJ ITcsi. SEW YOItK, Aim II. The Federal Hoard of Mediation and Conciliation and representatives of the trainmen's i - ' "rke a'l f'wles l.rotherhoods toJav agreed to delay f I'hiladelphia. gatta, directed by the National Asso ciation of Amateur Oarsmen under the auspices of the Duluth Boat Club. The Regatta will end tomorrow. Anions the better knawn sportsmen of this class present were: Fred Fort mejer, James Pilklngton and John O. Regan of Xew York; James Denlgre of St. I'aul. It. II. Pclton of Ilrooklyn, James Fox and George McGrath of Boston. John Ooogan of Springfield, Mass.. J. V. I-othrop of Detroit and I'rclsandaz I S. T. GENTRY PRAISES BOOXE j engaged in promoting the general wel- fare and uplifting those that are ells Confederate Yeterans County . weak. Let us spread the news far submitting any final ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN -SlN. EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 296 ' NO FEAR OF TYPHOID, SAY LOCJUOCTORS Physicians Say That Most of New Cases Are From Out of Tow n. CITY WATER IS SAKE Board of Health Tests Show Small Ihcteria and No Pollution. That there is no typhoid epidemic in Columbia and that there is no dan ger of anyone contracting typhoid from drinking the City water was the .statement yesterday by Columbia phsicians and members of the city health deiart:nent and other city of ficials. A thorough examination has been conducted by the city authori ties and though the water tested was taken from an end main a main where the water remains for some time and the place where germs are most apt to lie found there was no sign of typhoid. "There is no epidemic of typhoid fever in Columbia, and there is no cause for alarm," said .Mayor I!at tcrton last night. "The cases of ty phoid in this city are of no -greater number than those in other...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 August 1916

m rr -r :-1 n?yf.KV'l'!' wWiWr - ;-- .--' 'HE DAILY MISSOCKIAX, SL'XIIAY MOUXIXK, ALfiL'ST 13. HUB Vage Two '-!l 1, 200 BOOKS GIVEN TO PUBLIC LIBRARY HOWARD WILL CELEBRATE ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY Local Institution Howard County, which once includ-; west and made his reputation as a ed 22,000 square miles of Northern scout. i niul rnntral Missouri and Iowa, will' Hail Trimble Willi Indians. Receives, have a "Home-Coming" at Fayette on1 Trouble with the Indians began in Large Contributions From I August 1C and 17 for all those who 1S12 and the settlers were compelled -, . . . formerly lived within its wide to build forts in which they lived for VOiUlnnianS. I )0njcrs Tnc occasion of this two- several years. The county was or- ' days' celebration is the hundredth an- ganized in 1S16, the ninth in the Ter- 129 FROivI COL. WELCH ! niversary of the organization of the ritory of Missouri. Prominent among j county, though the real birthday was the forts and stockades in which Mrs. Charles All...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 August 1916

IK THE DAILY MISSOIIHAX. SLXDAY MORXIXfl, AUGUST 13, lfllfi NAVY OP THE FRENCH IS HELOJN RESERVE Sea Force Kept Back for Emergency Use if Eng land's Boats Fail. HAS HELPED, THOUGH Use of Transporting Soldiers Has Been of Aid to the Allies. This is the third navy story of the series now appearing in the Missourian on the European War. The fourth story, by Wil liam Phillip Simnis, will tell of Russia's navy and will be pub lished tomorrow. THE FRENCH XAVY Hy HENRY WOOD (t'lillcil I'rcss SUIT Cnrre-ipondeiit.l PARIS, Aug. 12. Two years after the beginning of the present war, France's navy is in a position to ren der possible the following hypotheti cal promise to France's allies: If finally the British navy should lie wiped out. France will come to the front with her navy, and cither through final defeat of the German navy or an effective continuation of the present blockade, continue indef initely the Allies' mastery of the seas. This is all France will hac said at present of her nava...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 August 1916

rz jwyw'.t'jiMPi'PWjpiuiwifptigti; ""ii MMfimrrffiBHMMM J HPPHHRnnnniKR p.iq'TTgiqBSWBK rrmwzzw - tms THE DAILY MISSOUMAN. SUX1IAY OHOKXIXG, AUGl'ST 13, 1!MK Page Foot M f S il 'l THE DAILY M1SS0URIAN 1'ublli.hftl wry rnrn (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by Tlie MUkonrlan Auorlatlon. Incorporat ed, Columbia. JIo nk H. Kin. 1-rw.ldmt and Kdilor: A. G. Illnman. HuolnrMt Manager. A"ililrcx all communications to Til DAILY MISSOpilIAX Ciilnmlila, .Missouri 1 good, wholesome food, Just so does ' he want clean, pure news, for his ' reading. The paper that gives him this, on its editorial page and on all of its pages, is going to win out and be a power. Office: Virginia Ilulidlns. Downstairs i'liones: Ilu-ine. M; Xens, 274. Entered at the imstofflc-e. Columbia, Mo, an (.eoond-clas mall. Year, flSSI; roiiiitli. 25 tuts; cu'iy. 5 cents. Tlie JIN'urljii rweliM tlie dispatches ..f the Ciiltwl I'ress Associations. Memlrf-r. Audit llureau of ClrculJlloiig. The West Indian Islands,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 August 1916

'"i $kl y H V i i THE DULY MISSOURIAy, SD.VDAY 3TOR.V1NO, ArOUST 13, l!l(i COUNTY WILL HAVE 3 NEW SCHOOL HOUSES SUN MIK HIS FlCirnV! HI.OOIJ' or National Service Schools which Hi, Itllu iwluiu A l.mkesesj,traln Rirls to take their part in mak" HnriK Igainst Co.mtrjN Invasion. . ing thls country a good' sate p,ace liy fnlted Press " wh'ch to live. CHICAGO, Auk. 12 "It is the duty "Vm a Quakeress and proud or it." or ever American man and woman to Mrs Wilson declared. "But I've got some other kind or blood in mc some fightin' blood," she added. "1 don't know how many battle- message to America today as she pre- ships we need, or how big an army, pared to depart to Lake Geneva, Wis, or how much ammunition, but I do where she will have charge or the Na- know that experts along these lines v.v league's training tamp tor girls, in whom I put absolute trust say we j JJON DS FAIL TO which opens Tuesdaj t haven't got enough. It is therefore do his and her share to make this countrj hare from...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 13 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SINDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1910 Page Six I I (J (I f If t ORIN WILLIAMSON HOME GET FIRST SALARIES. $5 Check Looks Good to Border Men. GET A NEW "DINER" Wireles Operator, Son of McBaln l'lijsfciaii, on leate-of-Afosence. Orin Williamson, since February a 'lilted States wireless operator on a merchant trading vessel transport- ing raw sugar from the West India Corporal Eads Writes That' Islands to the refineries of Philadel phia, left New lork yesterday ior his home in McBame, according to a message received by the Missourian last ntelit from I)r. F. C. Williamson, the wireless operator's father. Williamson is IS years old. and is one of the youngest operators in the service of the Government. Doctor Williamson said last night that his son had been studying wireless tele- raphy since he was a very small hoy, and that his son had made it his hobby in life. I.ast year young Wil liamson, after learning as much of wireless as he could at home, went to Valparaiso, Ind...

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