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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 November 1917

6feS.V3fci .- ' "V-H, .,' t . ."-. y& tif1 i!kr&t ; v- ; 34"r... - - -ViV r - vv Pag Tito THE ETEXING JHSSOUBIAX, WEDNESDAY, XOYEMBER 7, 1917. MBBBEpr 8 " m H I PRO-GERMANS CONVERTED , WHEN THE EACTS ARE TOLD Prof. Max. F. Meyer of the psy chology department of the University, on his recent lecture trip through the southeastern part of Wisconsin, found very little real disloyalty to the United States on the part of the people of German descent in comparison with the large population of that race in America. Professor Meyer made about ten lectures in one week, his audiences ranging from thirty persons to more than 1,000. Outside of Madison his audiences were largely people speak ing German altogether among them- selves, and he found that their lack of enthusiasm was due to the fact that their feelings had been hurt by injudicious talking. Professor Meyer in his lectures told what modern Germany is, the ideas that the German government unholds, and what the people would have t...

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. — 7 November 1917

r -. rJT&-t T ""s-rsqpsgr. - wWWSHQt v&gF-s & r M M THE FIRST mjnlWirhiAtoWJi!iijm .-Vtl7.2 r-! jJ&fk " -rv - ,f rjK - t ! V :" ; VS3p ; - r- ys:; S.v ;Ii5W?TSS& - NT .. - v.?;rf-.v's. tff'-r --;-g3fJ5rr t LETTERS TELL TRAGEDY OF PIONEER COLUMBIAN In crumpled and brown tinted let ters among the letter flies of C. B. Rollins, Sr., may be found the ad venturous, romantic and pathetic story of Thomas Miller, who was the first president of Columbia College. This college preceded the University of Missouri, and has been called "the seed from which the Universitygrew." It was established in 1831, and Colum bia College was chartered in 1833. The University occupied the old college building in 1841-42 and again after the fire in 1892. It was situated on the west side of Sixth street apposite Parker Memorial Hospital. Thomas Miller was born in Wash ington County, Pa., in 1811. He at tended Washington College in Penn sylvania in 1829 with James S. Rollins, father of C. B. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 November 1917

A M. m m t t Page Fonr THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dl.iDatchei credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also tbe local news published herein. rublltbrd everr errnlnr (ecpt Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar morning; by The SlUsonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ho. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business 55; News, 274. Entered at the postolllce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Tear, $3.75; 3 months, ?1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. .,-. By mall In Boone County: lear, ?3.2j, 0 months, $1.75; 3 months, 80 cents. Outside of Boone County: lear, ?4AI, 3 months, $L23; month, 45 cents. National Advertising Representatives: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Building New York; Peoples Gas Bulld ug, Chicago. HOW TO SEHVE Ever since America entered the war the Food Administration and the press have been urging us to serve our...

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. — 7 November 1917

ur v ,iflDS SERIES OFTRIISCHOOLS THE EVENING XISSOUBIAS, WEDNESDAY, XOYEMBER ", 1917. Page Fire Former Dean of School of Engineering Chosen by New York Firm. WORK IS EXTENSIVE Electric Power, Gas and Oil Included in Subjects for Instruction. Dr. Howard B. Shaw, former dean 0f the University of Missouri Sshool of Engineering, has been appointed supervisory head of the Schools of practice maintained by Henry L. Doherty & Company of New York. The schools of the company at Denver, Toledo, Barlesville, Okla.. and Tltus nlle. Pa-, are maintained for the jpeciallzed education of graduate engineer3- The men attending the Denver school study the artificial gas and electric business. At Toledo they learn electricity, particularly as re girds power, and the operation of traction systems. The Bartlesville curriculum embrdces a field study of natural gas and oil, and at Titusville oil refining is learned. Member of Utilities Commission. Doctor Shaw left the university of Missouri to become t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 November 1917

V If. Is - I " fl Page Six THE ETEXIXG MlSSOUBIAy, WEDXESDAT, NOVEMBER 7, 19K.- CITY REVENUE FUND , AMPLEFORfAYROLL Council Finds There Is $4,125 on Hand and $2,800 to Be Turned In. PAVING DECIDED ON J. D. Lyon Gets Contract for South Fourth Fifth Street to Be Repaired. At the monthly meeting of the City Council last night, it was stated that there is $4,125.95 in the General Revenue Fund, and that there is about $2,800 in the hands of the city col lector that has not yet been turned over, tfius silencing the rumor that the city would not be able to meet its monthly payroll. Bids were opened lor the paving with travia, curbing and guttering of South Fourth street between Maple street and Vesser avenue. The con tract was let to J. D. Lyon, the lowest bidder, at $2,728.28. A resolution deeming it necessary to repair South Fifth street was passed. It was stated that the city would bear one-sixth of the cost of this work, the Special Hoad District one-sixth, and the abutting property ow...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 November 1917

'Y THE EVENING MISSOURI AN jk ,pfl h H X.J m I M H 1 u TENTH YEAR fFlTfl WAR FIIHI1 ! -" I, mi ui in ...... .. NOW TOTALS $5,851 Women Lead Men With Subscription of $2,6 1 2 Faculty Gives $1,902. STRIVING FOR $10,000 Workers Report Excellent Response at Noonday Luncheon Today. "The 10-00 EaI is in sight," said Dean Kirkenslager, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., in speaking of the war council fund campaign today after the noon-day luncheon, when reports brought the total subscriptions to $5,-851.15- Comparatively speaking the women still lead the men students in the matter of per capita average con tribution, 361 girls giving $1,G12.25 against J2.337.50 subscribed by 571 men. The faculty fund at noon totaled JW02. Dean E. It. James, general chairman of the campaign, told of one student ho had only $17 in cash and owed a debt of $110. but who still gave $5. Another with a cash balance of $7 put $5, one of the team captains reported. "Some of the students are making noble sacrifices," sai...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 November 1917

pi1 "'ppW THE ETEXIXG MISSOUMAJT, THURSDAY. XOYEMBEB 8, 1917. IT Fa8. Tito 1 r t I THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (1IEMBEE OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tbe Auodated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In till paper and also tlie local news pnDiisnea Herein. Published every ermine (except Saturday and Sunday) aond Sunday morning by Tbe MlMonrlan Association. Incorporat ed, Columbia. Mo. Office: Virginia Bnlldlng-, Downstairs Pnones: Business 53; News, 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, as second-class mall. Mo, City: Year, S3.T5; 3 months, SLOO; month, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. Ur mall in Boone County: lear, J123; 6 months. $1.73 ; 3 months. SO cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, fLSO; 3 months, ;U; montn, j cents. National Advertising IteDreseutatlres Caroenter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Building New York; Peoples Oas Build ii K, Chlcsco. LAWS FOB LAIJOR TROUBLES Two men quarrel on the street and then st...

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. — 8 November 1917

rtt'wy-4 t"'!nwy''m-u!"fJ!'w ?? hMl mW BHK'5Bf:jjwsJl, 9IKHIHIH9IBRB!BSS t - ?. Bi THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. LIFE STUDIED BY NATURE LOVERS Club of Fifteen Members Makes Weekly Trip South of Town. ANYONE MAY JOIN Feeding and Housing in Winter Is Encouraged White Sparrow Seen. Columbia has a Bird Club with fifteen members who go out over the golf links to Rollins Springs every pleasant Saturday morning in search of birds common and birds peculiar. Membership in the club, which has been in existence about two years but was never formally organized until last summer. Is not limited; anyone, whether he belongs to the University or not may join if he is interested in birds. ' Irvin Switzler, former registrar of the University, is an enthusiastic member. Professors G. M. Reed, W. C Curtis and G. S. Dodds, all of the biology department, are leaders. Carl C Taylor of the sociology department of the University is also a member. In addition to the weekly trips to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 November 1917

BHl P ffp'Ponr litr. tLJUU jg.l3auL.mAJ, inuiv jiai wTtjium , i If ADTISES HOKEOBCHARDS cause dU Uttai Q 1 1 Q II A Q! If C IQ Clf eEc Prof. J. C TVMtten Says Farm Should Haie Well-Seleeted Apple Trees. That every farm should have a home orchard Is the opinion of Prof. J. C Whltten of the College of Agriculture. He says that no part of the farm will produce more for the land it occupies than will a home orchard, properly selected and taken care of. The home orchard helps to make a background or proper setting for the farm buildings. It affords the needed shade for poultry, pigs, cows or small $ stock. It can give a succession of fruit from early until late, when fruit on the market would not be readily available. iDespite this fact, home orchards are sometimes regarded as almost a nuisance by the farmer. The greatest1 cause for dissatisfaction Is that the home orchard is almost always too large. It occupies too much land, producer more fruit than the family can use and is not taken ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 November 1917

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN U TENTH YEAR FACTORY DISCUSSED Mar.vHaas Company Wants Workers and Building, Re ports 1. A. Barth. TAKE LABOR CENSUS Twenty Women Will Can vass and Bids Will Be Sent Within Week. The guaranty of 'a sufficient supply of labor, especially of woman labor, and the right kind of a building is what the Marx-Haas Clothing Com pany requires from a town before lo cating a new factory in it, according to I. A. Barth He and V. D. Novell, Jr have just returned from St Louis, where, in the interests of Co lombia, thej had a conference with the compan'b representative. The Commercial Club decided at its meeting at 10 o'clock this morn ing to hae a ceusus of the labor now available in Columbia taken nest Monday and Tuesday and have all the necessary information and the bid for the factory in the hands of the compan's representative within a week Want Plant ear St. Louis. "Labor is scarce in the big cities. The Marx-Haas company has about a million pairs of pants made each ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 November 1917

IP IT Page Two THE EVEXIXG JHSSOUMAX, FBIDAY, .NOVE3IBER 9, 1S17. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tlie Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use lor republication of all uens dispatches credited to It or not otbernlse credited In this paper and also the local nens published herein. 1'ublli.lird every ermine (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornlne by The JlluourUn Askoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia liulldlup. Downstairs Phones: Business 53; News, 'SH. Entered at the postoflice. Columbia, Mo., as kecond-class mall. City: Year, 53.75: 3 months, $1.00; month, 10 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: lear, $3.2j; 0 months, $1.73; 3 months, SKI cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $1-50; 3 months, $1.25; inontn, i cents. v..il,.-.l AiHnrtlsInir Itenresentatlves .,i"niiier.Scheerer Co.. Fifth Avenue Bulldlni; New YorL; Peoples lias Build ,11;, Chicago. ll.MFVI.MJ A NATION Unifying a nation composed of buch heterogeneo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 November 1917

THE EYEXIXO 3I1SS0UKIAX, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1917. Page Three CALLAWAY COUNT! RUSHES ROAD WUHK Fund of $75,000 'Assured for permanent Highwty Along Old Trails. A 7Q-MILESTRETCH Arrangements Made to Com nlete It Next Summer- Money Subscribed. The commissioners of the Fulton dal roaU district and the Callaway 5.V.-.- rmirt hae subscribed $7,500 fard a fund ot ?73,000 which is to Z used In building sixteen miles of K road on the Old Trails wUway east of Fulton to the Mont- the district in which the road is to fce built will vote $25,000 in bonds No- mber 24 and gic $5,000 in personal subscriptions for the work. The state and federal governments will give J37 500 as their part on the work. The success of the bond issue is assured by the contributions made today. Arrangements hac been made with the state highway department to ob tain the use of rock crushers, graders, trucks and other equipment in doing the work next summer, and plans al so hate been formed to use convicts on the job. Th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 November 1917

& - $n '- '" ' " C1siJ' i JjJjpggnwwrrfas1 """-WSPP' HjlH HB8IHIHHBllH9HBSB9iRIPBSiSKSPI0PBKkSii b I t fr it pi Page Four THE EVENING 3IISS0URIAN. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1917. illlllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII Illl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUJ The Cautious Buyer It's only natural at a time like this when we're all interested in a patriotic campaign for economythe thinking men and women should be cautious in buying. Buy at this store. We're carrying larger and better stocks than ever before, we've bought more goods; we are selling on a narrow margin of profit it's our way of helping in the campaign for the conservation of foods. SPORT TOMORROW Come or Telephone us for Sweet Cider made in Boone County. Campbell's Capitol Cakes and Whole Wheat Bread. All Cereals are new and fresh no bugs. Try the Whole Wheat Flour and Sterilized Bran. Pancake Flour and Maple Syrup are seasonable. E We carry a full line of Vegetables and Fruits. You must come to our market to app...

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. — 11 November 1917

fcJWBlbWU'WHJjy. SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN M TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1917. NUMBER 49 &Wr"?&2i& 9SWrt;5i'F?,"c," A, iS OF TROOPS II BE DELAYED Allies' Demands for Food, Coal and Iron May Take All Shipping Space. AFFECTSNEXT DRAFT Decision Depends on Com oilations by American Mis- 1 U.. U..o. S10I1 auu uv imuvci. Br Associated Prcsi WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. The pos slbillty that the first increment of the National Army will not be sent to mnre tor at least six months loomed up large today when it became known that the Allies' demand for food, coal and iron was so strong as to fore shadow the use of all available ocean tonnage for their transportation in stead of for troops. The decision on the question will rest largely on reports to be sent from the American mission now abroad and on figures being assem bled by Food Administrator Hoover to show the amount of grain and oth er' food products available for export in the United States and South...

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. — 11 November 1917

3I0RXIXG MI8S0UMAX, NOVEMBER 11, 1917 BOONE iST SUPPLY E PHYSI County's'-' Total Quota in Medical Officers' Reserve Cdrps Is Thirteen. MEETING IS CALLED Each- State Is Requested to Furnish One Out of Every. Five Doctors. AT THE CHURCHES Baptist. The special service In recognition of E. W. Stephens' thirty years' service as teacher in the Baptist Sunday School will begin at 10 o'clock today. Members of the State Capitol Com mission, the Rev. J. P. Jacobs of Kan sas City, Miss Eva Johnston and the Rev. T. W. Young will speak. Sunday at the Calvary Episcopal. November 11, twenty-third after Trinity, the services Calvary Church will be as follows: Holy Communion at 7:30 o'clock. Every physician in Boone County aunna' &cn001 WI" Pen al s,:'su an" has been urged to attend the meeting H()Use of of the county committee of the medi-, rjishops will be read. At 7:30 o'clock cal section, Missouri Committee of the evening prayer will be held and a .National- Defense, at C o'clock tomor-' sho...

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. — 11 November 1917

jWHt'-VM-,;! "W W'W $ I I lU I SUXDAY 3I0RXIXG JIISSOPBIAX, OYE3IBER 11, 1917. Page Three Society Friday night, as did the Phi Kappa , Psls, the Pi Kappa Alphas and Sigma Phi Epsllon. Yesterday afternoon the freshmen of the Kappa Kappa sorority gave a matinee dance to the members 01 tne sorority. i if Mtsa Cvrpne KhMi- The IM"u'iv r rd and James Harkless will take at noon tomorrow at the home P, Mr and Mrs. A. IL Shepard. The M w" li.i, .tll ho vorv olmnln -premony. "'" "'" "" " J "' U be performed by the Rev. Madison i Hart Leonard Gaddum will play t. wedding march. Immediately fol lowing the marriage the couple will for a short wedding trip in the . -j ..in ho ?it hnmp. after Dp- " . . . onnlivi. nkla. Thp. ont- !f?Jrn guests for the wedding will v.. Mr. ana .urs. j. ". """ i ' eland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. James Harmless 0f Kansas City, parents of e bridegroom. Mrs. Frank Dean. Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Irle Mapes, Mr and Mrs. Charles E. Shepard, Kan u City, and the following members...

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. — 11 November 1917

get ' Ef W Page Four SUNDAY MOB.MXG MISSOUBIAy, SOVEMBEB 11, 1917. "IS e ? ft r R? r . SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PKES3) Tlie Associated Press la exclusively en titled to tbe use for republication of all H. E. RasmusseD, Editor. J. L. Groves, Jr., Business Manacer. Board of Directors: Elcr E. Armll. It. P. Brandt. Relnbardt Egger. Wheeler (,'odfrcy. H. L. Hancock. Duke N. Parry, H. E. Rasmnssen, A. P. Rtdgway and L. B. Whitehead. I'nlillKlinl rtery evenloc (exrpt Saturday and bunday) and Sunday mornlns; by The Mlfcuourlan Aocltlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. The fact that first announcement of the new agreement came from Toklo may be resented by certain radical iihwh (MsnitrliPM credited to It or noi croups iu luia cuuiury. n may uv otherwise credited in this paper and also'.. onInion Dt somp that the npnnle the local news published herein. lne P'10n 01 Sme mat me people oi me nation snouiu nave Known more concerning the agreement be fore it was pledged. That ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 November 1917

i3S 'jg- jj riy-v X- O NEBRASKA ICIE CRUSHES THE TIGERS SUXDAY 3I0RXIXG ariSSOURIAX, .NOVEMBER 11, 1917. Cornhuskcrs Score Almost at Will) maiuug iiuuy Long Runs. FINAL SCORE 52 TO 0 Winners Use Second-String ' Men in Second Half Last Quarter Scoreless. ., XMoeUtKl l'ress LINCOLN. Nel.. Nov. 10. Starting still' two touchdowns early in the nme. the heavy Nebraska football fesm defeated the crippled Missouri Titers, 52 to 0, here this afternoon in .kf first game between these two schools since 1912. The contest, was dose only in the final quarter, when Vebraska used many substitutes. Even these kept the Missourians from scoring. The game was replete with spectacular open-field running, in which the Nebraska interference worked with precision. Nebraska was ceieurauiig us an nual homecoming, and a big crowd saw the game, A "5-jard run by Cook on a re turned punt, resulting in a touchdown for Nebraska, and an end run of 52 yard's by Schellenberg, followed by a lG-jard dash by Me.Mabon fo...

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. — 11 November 1917

7 f-'-l? :d&ffi ''. S? "MSTT 'V feOTTW -- .- -,v- ' - "-. K , N -? Page Sir SUXDAY MORNING MISSOUBIAX, XOTEMBER 11, 1917. WORLD'S DEBT TO THE JEWS Dr. Ellwood Says Hebrew Gifts Sur pass Those of Greeks. "The essential values of our civil ization are ethical and religious, and these the modern world (got in the main from the ancient Jews," said Dr. a A. Ellwood in his talk, "Does the Jew Justify His Existence?" be fore the Menorah Society last night "This is the debt of the world to them." In speaking of the past of the Jew, Doctor Ellwood said that the saying that everything worth while was born of the Greeks would be more nearly true if applied to the Jews. The brotherhood of man and a code of righteousness and Justice were the Jews' contribution to civilization, he said. "In the present world of neo-pagan-ism," be said, "the Jew has his work marked out. The realization of the Zionist aspiration and' ideal of the restoration of Palestine to the Jew ish people is essential for 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. — 12 November 1917

F"fc y TfST'' f mu 'Apijpjif fUJ'f -1 "vwy; THE EVENING MISSOURIAN h TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1917. NUMBER 50 5"" T ' 41 1 If v P 1ST BIG JJL0OOJRyiC.IL War Fund Campaign Started This Morning With Blow ing of Whistles. THE GOAL IS $15,000 Rockyfork Township Gives $1,366 Half of Local Quota Raised. Amount Amount Quota Siibs'lH'd Remain's UniTcn.lt- $10,000 $CG33.90 $3,301.10 County ',:m 4,711.93 7ssjji Columbia .- 7,500 3,4'w.oo 4,0i:.00 The campaign for the Y. 51. C. A, war fund went steadily ahead today. The totals will reach nearly $9,000 $4,000 for Columbia and ?5,000 for the county, according to E. V. Steph ens late this afternoon. Blasts' from Columbia whistles announced the start of the canvass of the city. The results of the first day's work are very satisfactory to the committee, as Columbia's quota Is $7,500, of which over half is already subscribed. H. M. McPheeters, campaign mana ger of Boone County, said this after noon that the people ...

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