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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 September 1917

T -n f v i ,. . - j i I 1 fix Ik THE EVESISG MISSOURIAX, THUS SPAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917. SWEDISH PLEASESpUND Taken as Indication That U. S. Is Keenly Awake to War Situation. BLOW TO TEUTONS Disclosure of Messages May End Pan-Germanism on American Continent. (By Karl Walter.) LONDON, Sept. 20 The Swedish Argentine disclosures made a big hit with the British public. This was not so much on account of the rc elations of the German official character, there is sufficient first hand evidence of that here in the s)stcmatic brutality of submarine and air raid fnghtfulness. Nor did the compromising of Sweden's neutrality cause much of a stir, for the best part of the Swedish people has long been regarded as in a position somewhat similar to that of the early Venizelists, with the important difference that the mailed fist could not touch Greece but can reach Sweden for supplies or engeancc with comparative facility. The ultimate effect of the disclosures on the Argentine policy and the great ...

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. — 20 September 1917

' '"' pPSjBB -s"', " 1 1. ii i Fage Four THE EVENING MISSOUBIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917. i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) Pnhllihrd rtfrr evralnr (riceot Saturday and Bandar) and Snnday mornlnc by The MIoarlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Ho. Office: Virginia Bnlldlnp;, Downstairs I'nonea: isusiness w; -cnn, -. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, By mall In Boone County: Year. $3.25; 0 xnonms, i.io; j muuius, v .. Outside of Boone County: Year, $1.50; 3 months, $1.25; montn, o cenis. National Advertising Representatives : Carpenter-Scbeerer Co, Fifth Avenue Bulldlne, Nen York; Peoples Gas Build ing. Chicago. BUCKLING IN In all things that men do in life the start Is an all-important factor. On the start often depends the enthusiasm which a person will maintain through out his undertaking. The "get away" upon the track is considered half the race. The secret of success in any thi...

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. — 20 September 1917

HP THE ETEfflXG MtSSOtTRIAJf, THURSMYrSEPTEMBER 20, 1917; .f Page Tins fJERICAN E (If NGfNEERS ATA BRITISH FETE tinuous performance of high-diving, somersaulting, trapezing, and all vari eties of aerobatics by a squadron of British airplane men up aloft. Relay races-vand tugs-of-war were the mcpt popular items on the program, but there were many unusual and very TJ S TrooDS Were Guests of spectacular types of field sports' 'such O. o. J. roups, Mtn, ouests or as a m0Unted wrestling competition, lingllSll bOldierS at AI- in which both horses and men took part Jn an exciting struggle, the team from tlie Royal Engineers finally de feating the Army Service Corps on points. There was also a "Victoria Cross" race, illustrating the methods by which mounted men rescue comrades in the actual fighting of today. This was followed by mimic exhibitions of bayonet fighting, and a blindfold drill competition, in which blindfolded non- 'equal to the increase alone in the freight traffic of our rail...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 September 1917

t ir if ir :!l . m c : Arthnr Bnchroeders Father Dies. John H. Buchroeder, father of Ar thur Buchroeder of Columbia, died last Saturday in St. Louis. THOR VACUUM CLEANERS The Thor is a light and efficient machine and is economical in electric consumption. DEMONSTRATIONS Agency for Gordon Tires and Tubes J&iidw), iemue Mrs. Robert M. Dewey will enter tain with a tea for the Chi Omega so rority tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. F.' Stephens will give an informal party to members of the faculty this evening 'at .their home on Thilly avenue. Mrs. Walter Miller entertained in formally at dinner Iaet night in honor of Miss Mary Winston Jones, who left today to take a position in Washing ton, D. C. The dinner was served on the sun porch of her home, 151C Kelser avenue. The guests were Misses Jones, Louise Stanley, Mar jorie Jones, Cecile Stone, Mary Lan sing, Margaret Moss, Sarah Hallibur ton, Martha Fine and Dixie Harris. Misses 'Lenore and Beatrice Watts have returned from St. Loui...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1917

w.77' ? TJBg i F THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. NUMBER 6 1 nmMHgB!9pHpf7' - "' 'mfMHIHHIl SECOND INCREMENT LEAVES FOR CUP Big Crowd Cheers and Whis tles Blow as 62 Men De part Today. ARE GIVEN TOBACCO Men Due at Moberly at Noon Will Reach Camp Funston Tonight. The sun came out. whistles blew and the big crowd cheered as the train bearing Boone County second incre ment of the draft quota, sixty-two men, left the Wabash station this morning for Camp Funston, Fort Riley, Kan. Hundreds of relatives and friends gathered at the Courthouse early this morning, waiting for the roll call. Frank Toder and W. E. McDonnell, whom the men elected captains of the group, called the roll shortly before 10 o'clock. Every man answered to his name. The only change made was to substitute William Joseph Allton for William Leroy Cook. Mr. Allton was an alternate, who wanted so much to go at this time, that the lo cal draft exemption board allowed h...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1917

ft - ftsc' ,- m-. t;x Page Two THE EYEXIXG MISSODRIAX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SI, 1917. STATE FAIffEIBIT TOT ECOIOI Wartime Conservation to Be Theme in U n i v e r s i t y Building Display. TO USE NINE BOOTHS College of Agriculture Men Will Have Charge ot Demonstrations. An agricultural exhibit which will be entirely one of food production ana food conservation will occupy moro than half of the University Building at the State Fair In Sedalia. In the past the exhibits of the College of Agri culture have been demonstrations of the results of experimental work without any special regard to whether or not this investigational work had any connection with food conservation and food production. The exhibit this year will be one fitting to the needs of the immediate emergency at hand rather than one with its chief inter est in the things useful in a system of permanent agriculture. A. J. Meyer, director of the agri cultural extension service, will be in charge of the entire University Build in...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1917

agf1'1 -3-" "jpf &! r If THE EYEXDiG MISSOUKIAX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. GREECE'S EW Uffi A LIMITED MONARCH A Transition from Royalty to Democracy Notable in Athens Court. Paft Three MONEY TO COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS Cards are being sent out today by County Treasurer George P. Thom son to the county school districts stating the amount of the school fund that has been apportioned to them. The school districts and their nnnnrHnnmpnt fnllnw JJlStrlCt Anpor't District Amior't Distrint THE YOUNGEST KING Alexander Is Only 24 and May Be Called a Sort of War King. (CorreNiiouiluncc of tbe Associated Press) ATHENS. Sept. 21. King Alexan der was the center of a brilliant scene as he made his first appearance before parliament today, took the path to rule as a constitutional monarcn and delhered his first speech from the Ihrone. He looked a boyish king, for he is just 4 and the youngest king in Europe. But he is tall, stalwart and good-looking and, in his ifniform of an officer of the guar...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1917

I I f f - Page Four THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBEK OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) PnblUhcd erery eirolnr (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The MlttonrUn Aitoclation, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Office: Virginia Bnlldlnp, Downstairs Phones : Uuslnejs SC; News, gi4. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. ,.. By mall la Itoone County: lear, f3., u months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: lear, fiM, 3 months, ?l.-. monin, ijkuu. National Advertlsim: I!epreentatlTes: Carpenter-Scheerer Co.. Hfth Avenue Bulldlnir, New 1'orL; I'eoples las Build ing, Chicago. THE ELIOT l'LA.V FOR PEACE Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard University, in a letter to the editor of the New Yotk Times, makes the suggestion that a consultative conference of the bellig erents in the war be held to discuss possible terms of peace. According to President Eliot, the urgent interna ti...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1917

fl 0R i i i ; " 4 sks Musicians To Give a Million. By Associated Press NEW YORK, Sept. 21. To establish an American Singers' Ambulance In Italy, like the American Ambulance In France. David BIspham. the American ginger, bas asked the singers, musi cians and music lovers of America to contribute at least $1,000,000 at the earliest rssible moment. Ambulances. jjv. BIspham sjites are (urgently needed by the Italian army. Two thousand dollars cabled to Milan, he adds, would place a motor ambulance at the front at once. America, he points out, owes an everlasting debt of gratitude to the art and artists of Italy. Jnn M' Fu,ton 'ot tnc Musicians' club, has been appointed treasurer of the proposed fund. Japan Builds Ships Vnr England By Associated Vni TOKIO, Sept 21. Great Britain is now building twenty-three steamers, approximately 200,000 tons, at various shipbuilding yards in Japan. Several of these will be finished soon and will be transferred to the British govern ment. CLASSIFIED ADS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 September 1917

rViav'' JitW ' Page Six THE EVENING MISSOUBIAK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. A Genuine Betty Wales Dress With the Ploshkin Label v WTirrrTmr 1 V Copynhl 1917 Brtty WJm DreMAuLm In beautiful, fine French Serge, one can secure this charmingly simple Betty Wales Dress. The Dress falls in the becom ing, straight lines so much in favor at present. Novel little pockets, an allround belt, and bone buttons are features. A collar of hand drawn work makes the price seem especially reasonable for Betty Wales Dresses are al ways well made of quality ma terial, with an air of distinction all their owm. Like all Betty Wales Dresses this model is fitted with Kleinert's Gem Dress Shields. The above is an exact likeness of No. 111. Betty Wales Dresses are sold exclusively by us. ESTES STEEBS AT $290 EACH The Store of Standard Merchandise iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiimiiir I To University Students and Registrants j 1 of Columbia Schools...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

W,? rm tj- -fe-";tA'3rf-'- SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN $ TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1917. NUMBER 7 - irffwKp -fi '"ti EL OPEIHT FOLLOW UNIVERSITY RQIflANCE Miss Odessa Alexander and Edgar McElfresh Are Wed at St. Louis. A SURPRISE TO ALL Bride Notified Parents of Marriage by Telegram Tuesday Night. Miss Odessa E. Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alexander, 506 Hockaday street, and Edgar G. Mc Elfresh of Boone Terre, Mo., were secretly married in St. Louis last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. McElfresh were students in the University last year. -Mrs. McElfresh was in the Col lege of Arts and Science and Mr. Mc Elfresh in the School of Engineering. The wedding came as a surprise to both families. Mrs. McElfresh had been at home with her parents the greater part of the summer. Last Mon day night she went to bed as usual but arose and left the house. She went to St. Louis but her parents have not learned whether she went on the M. K &. T. train or by m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

t - f- ,-$ -' " r? ?sv-- vm$ , t rroS3g$$pp$ V?: - V Page Two SCMUY 3IORXING MISSOHRIAJT. SEPTEMBER 23, 1917. TOC Drive to Start Tuesday and End Saturday Night Women to Help. REDS VERSUS BLUES St. Louis Pledges $1,500 to Organization Kansas City to Give $1,000. A joint Campaign under the auspi cies of the Missouri Union and the Women's Student Government As sociation will be held next week for the purpose of building up the mem bership of the former organization. The drive -which will begin Tuesday morning and close Saturday night will be carried to the furthermost part of the University, plans having been made to solicit every student in school The machinery of the campaign will consist of two teams designated as the Red and Blue and each team will have a man captain in each of the eight schools of the University. The two teams will be under the direct super vision of H. H. Kinyon. secretary of the Union, Bertram Harry and Miss Mary E. McDaniel, president of the Women's Student Gov...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

v -SB i SUXDAY MOUSING MISSOURIAN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1917. BATTLE OF VERDUN GREATEST OF W French Have Made Won derful Progress in Struggle of Last 18 Months. GERMAN LOSS GREAT 600,000 Teutons Dead or Wounded Many Taken by Victors. (Correspondence of the Associated Press) VERDUN. Sept. 22. The greatest battle ever fought, an eighteen months' struggle for Verdun, which has been in progress since February 21, 1916, has been a brilliant triumph for the French army. Today not only the famous city, but its outlying belt of forts are in the hands of the vic torious French defenders, while the discomfited German assailants lie be hind their shell-shattered lines suffer ing severely from the hard hits they have received and unable to do any thing more for the moment to retrieve their most recent defeat than to try to hold back their antagonists while they recover breath. Among the one-time wooded i alleys and hills in the icinity of the fortress no fewer than 600,000 Germans have fallen dead or ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

Page Fcur SCXPAT MOBMXG XISSOURIAK, S EPTEMBER S3. 191 SOCIETY NOTES The first assembly was held at the Daniel Boone Tavern last night. The Quadrangle Orchestra furnished the music The Gothic dance hall, which is on the third floor of the tavern, was decorated with flower boxes, .ferns, palms and bay trees. Dinner parties were given in the cafe of the hotel after the dance. The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. E. Sydney Stephens, j Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Martin, Mr. and eron; Robert Gillam and George i Shelbyvllle; Harold Beck, Moberly; Browning, Kansas City. Robert Mil Ian, King City; Hugh Evans Alpha Tau Omega: Drura Pippin. , and Burgett Green, Tulsa; Miles Hale, I Robert Rosenthal. William Becke, Stist- Joseph and Btllie Weirs, of Platts-, Louis: William Harvey. Armstronc: i " Jsepn ana .mine eirs or Piatts- burg. Sigma Phi Epsilon: Thomas Wade Jeffries, McCloy, Ark.; Hiram Clifton Doolin, Gallatin; John Cone Black, Kansas City; Heber Leslie Woodward, Carthage; Virgil Spurling, Columbia;...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

SUJTOAY SOBSITTQ MISSOCRIAJT, SEPTEMBER 23, 1917. Page Fite Y. M. C. A. COMPLETES TASK OF WELCOMING FRESHMEN With the president and deans' re ception to the freshman class last n-ght, the Y. M. C. A. completed its task of welcoming the 500 new stu dents to the University.- Work started on Septemher 1. when the first stu dents began to arrive. Early in the month letters were sent to every freshman who had registered, ofTer ing the new men the services of the association in locating rooms aiid em ployment and in entering the Uni versity. For the first task, a com plete cam ass of the business houses and private residences of Columbia was made by the employment bureau. Over iOO jobs were listed. Since that time 177 men have applied to the bureau for work and 1S7 jobs have been furnished. Fifty-six permanent positions have been obtained for stu dents through its efforts. Besides se curing employment, the bureau held an employment conference, in which the men working their way were given...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

f Pace Sis SUNDAY MORXIXG MISSOURIAN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1917. k SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) rnbllshrd rttij erenlnr (Mccpt 8tnrdy and Monday) mnd Sunday moraine T The Miaaonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Bulldinp. Downstairs Phones: Business 55; News, 274. Entered at the postoffice. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, J3.73; 3 months, $1.00; month, W cents; copy, 2 cents. Rv mull In Boone County: Year, 13.25; G mnnlha SI TTi 3 mnnttlB. 90 CentS. rimd, . of Itnone County: Year, $1.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 43 cents. free speech should be limited to news papers alone, or even to the Tribune. Many persons are inclined in war times to believe that their fellow cit izens who do not think as they do should not be permitted to think aloui' ACTIVlTr BOOKS READY SOON SUGGESTS MENU FOR STUDENTS National Adrertlslns Representatives: Carpeiiter-Scheerer Co, Fifth Avenue Bulldlac, New York; Peoples Gas Bulld lnp, Chicago. A C...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

"1 HHHHHHHHHi "Wi? f?' SUNDAY MORNING MISSOPRIAN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1917. fF!fiw.imvwsv .fffsfff- ssffiPrV-r Jj& , -SM PoiFA CEawAV & CMPFREDF UNSTON II IDEURI C 7,000 Workmen Build Can tonment in Four Months Nearly Completed. COVERS 640 ACRES "90,000 Soldiers Can Be Ac commodated wnen uar racks Are Finished. Camp Fred Funston at Fort Riley, Kan , where Boone County's quota lor the National Array will be trained, is a model city in plan and reality, al though it was started only four months ago. It Is now nearing com pletion The government has 7,000 workmen in the camp, building barracks, laying water and sewer pipes, installing the lighting system and paving the streets. CUiccrs expect the camp to accommodate 90,000 men. About 3,000 men were in camp up to the coming of the last increment of 40 per cent. Visitors to the camp say the fourteen Columbia men, who hae been there two weeks, are in fine bpirits The Union Pacific Railroad runs 'through the center of the camp, sup plying...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 23 September 1917

ft' u. Bf Page Eight --! SDXDAT 3I0RNIXG MISSOCBIAN, S EFTEMBEB S3, 1917. in W Today is Sunday but you can get our i SUDDEN SERVICE" John N. Taylor Garage DON'T Write it on Your Cuff! Jot it Down in the MEMO BOOK The ideal -way to make memoranda and carry infor mation that you need fre quently. Covers last for years. Sheets can be obtained anytime, ruled in six styles. Bound in Handsome Dura ble Black Morocco, with Red Leather Index that enables you to find what you want in stantly. CO-OP SEARCH FOR GERMAN SPY Americans on Transport OTerhanl Vessel, Bnt Find Nothing. (By Karl Walter.) LONDON, Sept. 22. A spy scare on a transport crossing the Atlantic brought out some American qualities of thoroughness that were much ad mired by the British crew. It was in the first dark hours in the pirate zone and everybody 'was more or less set tled down for the night, except the men at the stations and the relief guard, when one of the former from a dark and lonely lookout post on the top deck sa...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 September 1917

. r Ti1'" "itfew Y-UC '."' 'v1 '" y - r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBJA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1917. NUMBER 8 HIES IN FRANCE I IN j FETTLE Regiments Eager to Go "Over the Top" With British Allies. EFFICIENCY NOTED No Waste Motions in Train ing Americans for Trench AVarfare. By Associated Press SOMEWHERE ALONG BRITISH FRONT IN FRANCE, Sunday, Sept. 23. On an historic battlefield which merges into the fighting lines are en camped many American troops. For military reasons it is impossible to tell just where these men are, who they are or what they are doing, but it may be said on authority that they are a credit to the Stars and Stripes, which, for the first time in histiry, fight for a foreign friend from a camp of American soldiers in this part of the world. Some of the men have been working continually and in some instances cohered by German artillery fire al ready. In Fine Condition. The Associated Press heard these men were here and sought them out Th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 24 September 1917

: ! J p Pagrc Two THE EVENING MISSOUMAX. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) FoblUhcd errry earning- (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning- by The MHsoarlan Auorlation, Incorporat- ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Bulldlnc. Downstairs I'bones: Business 56; Nens, 274. Entered at. the postofflce. Columbia, Mo., as hecond-clabs mall. City: Year. S3.75; 3 months, S1.00; month, 40 cents; ropy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, S3.2j; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 00 cents. Outtiile of Boone County: Year, $4.50; 3 months, S1.23; month, 43 cents. National AihertNIng Kepresentatlves: CarK-nter-Scheerer Co., I'iftli Aienue Bullilln;;. New York; I'eoples Gas Build ing, Chicago. Y. M. C. A. PREPARES FOR TROOPS EDUCATION GOES OX Registration for the 1917-1S school year at the University of Missouri has J ended with the result that the enroll ment shows a decrease of only SCO, or less than 25 per cent. In view of the unusual call for war...

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