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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 October 1916

11! THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1916 NUMBER 38 4 1 GE RMANY CROUCHES 11 Forces at Krupp Gun Works Increased to 90,000 Barracks Built. 3 PLANS UNDER WAY Kaiser Gathers All Forces to Crush England on Land and Sea. Bj United Press. ,ESSEN, Germany, Oct. 16. Twenty thousand new workers will this week join the force of 70,000 already em ployed in the great Krupp Gun Works In the task of turning out shells and guns to supply the German army. The addition of this huge force is one step in the course of Germany's renewed efforts to win the war, taken under the direction of Field Marshal von Hindenburg. Many skilled workmen are being recalled from the front to aid in speeding up the great sup plies, and barracks are b'eing b.ullt here to house them. -1- From conversations with Krupp di rectors, with Ernest Thyssen, "the Carnegie of Germany," and other In dustrial leaders, these views were learned regarding the German cam paign since von Hindenburg ...

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. — 16 October 1916

, i F I C'f r I iT Page Two THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1916 II THE DAILY MISSOURIAN ' CLAY TO r TEXAS GIM, OH. rr IDT7 OTI DJO Published eTry (renins (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The Mlonrian Association. Incorporat ed, Colombia. Mo, Frank H. Klnr, President and Editors A. O. Hlnman, Business Manager. Address all communications to TUG DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 53; News. 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, MoM as second-class mall. Tear, $2.30; month, 23 cents: copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssourlan receives the dispatches xf the United Press Associations. COMMA'S LIBRARY The chief objection to a public li brary for Columbia seems to be the presence of the University Library. The University Library does not take the place of a city library. The books contained therein are largely reference books of a more technical nature. Fiction and...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 October 1916

V. """""w"?!! THE DAILY MISSMTRIAX. MONDAY, OCTOBEB 16, 191C Page Three - WHWWiPPUIUU. ,-. : ypl v WwJ "Swil l ! SPORT Three teams, Washington, Kansas and the Kansas Aggies, were elimi nated from the race for the Missouri Valley football championship because cf Saturday's results. In the three conference battles the score ever de rive was practically the same, two touchdowns to nothlnc. The mn- r5ts also showed remarkable similarity -.nnn.1 ntmAot at t11 A 11 f ners Biaae e"""" .-.. -.. ..... .- jug the greater part of the game, they ill lacked the final punch, due to the ttrong defense of the losers. Nebraska hardly lived up to Its promise of last week when the team overran Drake by a 53-0 score. The Cornhusker offense was much like tint of the Tigers, strong until within the shadow of the goal posts. Coach Stewart must whip up his team con jiderably if he hopes to defeat the Oregon Aggies at Portland next Sat urday. Tne ncaer team showed un expected strength Saturday by defeat ing...

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. — 16 October 1916

pS&vf -. ? eres. ?--- Ft i Page Four 'nrrrenosRTw xntra jhi MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1916 - Standard Oil Strikers Stand Fat ,Bj Doited Freu. BAYONNE. N. J., Oct 16. Fifteen hundred striking Standard Oil Com pany workers, in a called session this afternoon, voted to remain on strike and decided to appoint a committee to meet the officials of the company. Wabash Market Tuesday and Wednes day Specials Telephone 888 5c Soap, 10 bars 25c 10c La) ton It Powders 2 cans 15c 10c Corn Flakes 3 boxes 25c CHUBCH SUFFRAGE IS DISCUSSED Questions of Jfegro Yote Laid Orer at Episcopal Conference. By United Praia. ST. LOUIS, Oct 16. Whether ne gro clergymen and laymen shall have a voice in the conference of the Prot estant Episcopal Church of America was laid over by the house of depu ties today when that body was called to order. The question of negro votes was the first order of business on to day's calendar. The important report of the Joint commission on business methods in the church will come u...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 October 1916

'"W TtdT "-K "Tif ' -"J " THE DAILY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916 NUMBER 39 - "a z ti H NINTH YEAR pM TO CRUSH J RUMANIA UNDER WAV Germans Start An Offensive to Cut Off Russians Frdm Their Allies. 20MME FIGHT HEAVY Berlin Expects a ClimaxSoon British General Re- ports,Nev Gains. Br Dnlted Tress. LONDON. Oct. 17. Aiming to drhe 1 wedge between the Russian and Ru manian armies, the Austro-Germans have launched a great new offensive near the northwestern frontier of Rumania-strong Teutonic forces, according to Potroerad dispatches, are attacking 'he-Russian frontier south of Buko- U-i-. npnr the nomt where the Rus sians and Rumanians have joined hands. m. .....Mon anA r.nrman war- nf- flees announced that the Russians) have been drhen back at this point Berlin dispatches reported that the Rumanians are falling back across their own frontier. Every indication points to the be ginning of von Hindenburg's widely heralded campaign to crush Rumania. The Teutonic a...

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. — 17 October 1916

BE Sergi eant &. A. White, for mer University Instructor, Says Boys Are Restless. 4TH MO. ON A HIKE Carranzistas Are on Good Tcrrris With U. S. Guards men Along River. "The boys are all anxious to come home. Although they are well and are not having to undergo any hard ships, they are ready to see home folks again. Anyone who reports that they are contented and willing to stay on the border any length of time is not telling it straight" This is the message brought by H1 Sergeant E. A. White to friends and relatives of the men from Columbia and the University now serving in the National Guard on the border. Jlr. White has been honorably discharged ' from service and is in Columbia on his way to take up a position as in structor in English in Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. According to Mr. White, the Fourth Infantry, of which the Columbia com pany is a unit, started last Friday morning on a G5-mile hike from Laredo down the Rio Grande. The hike will take five days, and a ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 October 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916. Page j 9 w 1 MPVB WW JHm 9 i-J w i TTN place of a rea WARNING siga many cars And feel the SAFETY of it Around sharp Ij IN place of a real WARNING signal many cars nowadays come equipped with feeble "SQUAWK ERS." They are about as ineffective in GETTING THEMSELVES HEARD as old-fashioned bulb horns used to be. You know you who have these squawk ers on your cars. You know how they act in crowded streets, in noisy traffic. You know how much of the road they get in the country. Take a ride with a man who has a KLAXON. Notice the difference. See how you get the right of way how the Klaxon CARRIES, how it gives walk ers ahead (and they are good souls after all) plenty of time to get out of the way without jumping but how they always DO get out of the way! See how it GETS ITSELF HEARD in the country half a mile ahead of your coming. You don't have to slow down, shift gears, waste gas anr WAIT for the wagon or car ahead to turn out They have a...

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. — 17 October 1916

TS3?" 3r- Tf rap r" ngKgraMljgga f ' MBBaMMaHBMBBMHBHaaaaMMaM-s pp "v? twks PsgeFow THE DAILY MISSODRIAJf, titeSPAK OCTOBER 17, 1M6. THE DAILY MISSOURlAN PiblUbed every crania (except Saturday ana bubumj ana saaaax morainf y The MlHonrlaa Association. Incorporat ed, Colombia. Mo., Frank It. Klar, President and Editor; A. O. lllnman. uuainns uaaaser. Address all communications to THE DAILT MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Boslness, 63; News. 274. Catered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as BecuouciaBs uiau. Vear. t220; month, 25 cents; copr. 5 cents. Outside of Boone County. Tear $3; month, 30 cents. Tbe MUsourlan receives tbe dispatches of tbe United Press Associations. R. B. PBICE Columbia honors It. B. Price today. For more than sixty years B. B. Price has honored Columbia. On the occasion of this, his eighty-fourth 'birthday, citizens gather at the ban quet table to show in a small meas ure the lote which Columbians hac for the man who ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 October 1916

Twzm M" " "1J,v . ''',i rw "f THE DAILY MISSODMAy. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1918. Page F1t0 ft : . I j- v"w i II I I 1 r ft 1 "r " SPORT When Missouri lines up against Ames on Rollins Field next Saturday for their ninth battle, five Ames and eight Missouri men who were in the game between the two teams last year will again be In the line-ups. Hamilton, Muir, Preston, Groves, McAnaw, Rutledge, ipittam and White are the Tigers who tasted defeat at Ames last season, while Denfleld, tackle; Packer and Jones, ends; Sloss, quar terback; and Aldrich, halfback, are the Iowa men who helped win the 1915 game. The fact that Missouri has never defeated the Iowa team on Rollins Field is not going to hurt the Tiger chances in Saturday's contest in the least in fact, it will only serve as an added spur to the men who over whelmed Washington last week. Eight times previously these two teams have met and only once were the Tigers the victors, though once they held their northern opponents to a tie game....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 October 1916

?- r . ,- r FeSlx THE DAILT MISSOURIAIf. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916. UNION MEMBERSHIP COME MEX, TOU PRIMP TOO! REACHES 197 IRK Student Campaign Obtains ioo Applications During One Day. TO CANVASS COUNTY Alumni Appoint Men to So licit Territory Outside of Columbia. The first day of the membership campaign of the Missouri Union brought the total membership to 197. This figure is up to 11 o'clock this morning. About one hundred of this number were obtained yesterday. The campaign is now being carried on by schools. Later the solicitors will canvass fraternity houses, dor mitories and boarding houses, said H. H. Kinyon, corresponding secretary of the Union, today. D. J. Oven, the vice president, obtained twenty-five mem bers between classes yesterday. He secured the highest number of any individual. Jlr. Kinyon said today that the total membership was probably well over the 200 mark, as many solicitors have signed applications which they have not turned in. Each man reports to him daily....

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 October 1916

THE DAILY lilSSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1916 NUMBER 40 i ut CIII COUNCIL RULES ON STREET PAVING Water Mains Must Be Laid Before Improvements Are Put In. ( TO OPEN GARTH AVE. ft Will Relieve Traffic Over J Stewart Bridge Side- Walks Are Discussed. An ordinance In regard to one-way traffic on Hitt street was brought up by the City Council In session last night This matter has been before the council for some time, and aroused much discussion among the councilmen. It was decided to refer the matter to the city planning com ' mittee. The paving of West Broadway from the end of the present pavement to the city limits, the cost amounting-to $4,9S4.13. was accepted, and tax bills were ordered to be levied for pay ment. J. W. Schwabe appeared before the council to remonstrate against the building of a sidewalk on McAlester street. His objecUon was that the property owners could not afford to pay for the walk as the ground over hich it was to be built was ...

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. — 18 October 1916

!- TIIE DAILY MISSOPIUA.V. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IS, 191C ' Pace Tito A, t I THE' DAILY MISSOURIAN I'lilitLlirri rtrry rtrnlnx (rxrrpt Sitturdsy ml ritnIa) and Similar morning by The MUoourlan AMriatlnn, Incorporat ed, roluial.la. M. lrnnk II. Klnr, I'rehMrnt and htlltor; A. G. Illnnmn, Itn.lnr. 3Ianacrr. Address nil cuiumuulcitlun t" THE DAILY MISSOUKIAX Columliln, Missouri. Office: Virginia Hull'llne. Downstairs I'lione: ISunlnc-M. 03: Xens. 274. Kntercd nt tlie iiostnfflce, Columbia, Mo., ns eriid-clii mall. Ve.ir. $'J-fl: month. 23 cents; copv. 5 rents. Outside of ISoone County, jear $3; moutb, 30 rents. Tbe Mlssonrlan receives tbe dispatches if tbe United l'ress Associations. CITY HCLE IX THE MAKIXG June 11, 1878, Congress passed an act placing Washington, D. C, under the management of a commission. The act grew from the relations ot the national government to that par ticular city, not as an example to be followed. Yet the success of the new plan encouraged many cities to at temp...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 October 1916

THE DAILT 3HSS0UBIAX. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK IS, 191G P5 Kit ?K r fa SPORT The Ames-Missouri game here Sat urday w'H eliminate one of the re maining three contestants for the Valley football championship. Should janes win, the deciding battle will be November 4, when Nebraska will meet the Iowa eleven; should Mis souri win. the championship will re main undetermined unless Ames de feats the Cornhuskers. From the Missouri standpoint, then, the game is all-important. A victory not only gives the Tigers a chance at the highest honors but also means lots of confidence for the coming games with Oklahoma and Texas. With these games on the right side of the ledger, the rest of the schedule, should be easy, although right now tho Kansas Aggies are looming up as the most dangerous opponents of the Tigers for the rest of the season. Ames has always been Missouri's particular hoodoo, and this is another reason the Tigers are anxious to come out on top Saturday. Only one of the eight meetings has r...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 October 1916

F. t 1 Page Six THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJf. WEDXESDAT, OCTOBER 18, 1916 CITY AND CAMPUS Joseph Lamy, a student In the University, Is' In the Parker Memorial Hospital suffering from an infected foot. The senior girls of the Columbia High School will entertain the senior boys at a Hallowe'en party next week. The Harrison .County Club will give its annual party tonight for the fresh men from that county. The Hannibal Club will hold its first meeting of the year tonight at 1004 University avenue. There are about thirty students In the Univer sity living at Hannibal. Joseph H. Spurgeon arrived today from City IoInt, Va., for a few days visit. The football game scheduled be tween the Athletics, Columbia's negro .team, and Moberly for next Sunday has been cancelled. Thls is the sec ond game called-off this year. The management will try to arrange a game with Jefferson City or some oth er team for Sunday. Charles 0. Wright, a sophomore in the College of Arts and Science, will deliver an address ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 October 1916

F"-f . V. THE DAILY fillSSOURIAN NINTH YEAR nuTniPwiCMPTPQUIP T nni 1 1 11 iiiiii t it 11 if HOW MORE THAN 400 Series of Entertainments In cluding Smoker' Tomor-. row Being Planned. GIRLS ARE JOINING Committees to Start Can vass of City by Sections Next Week. . , i -i,i.. .n f . Oct. 2S. Football, Oklahoma University nt With the -membership well past the , jcorman. , four hundred mark at 2 o'clock today, Nov. 3. Football nirlimoml II. S. vs Co juui "- . lumbla II. S. ot Columbia. the soliciting committees arc planning to redouble their efforts next week in - an effort to reach the one thousand mark the first year of the Union's ex istence. The present membership in cludes about 325 students and about 75 members of the faculty. The alum ni have not been actively solicited jet A series of smokers and entertain ments to end up with the homecoming celebration the day of the Texas game are being arranged and the first smoker will be tomorrow night after the mass meeting. Ever' student, w...

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. — 19 October 1916

nzr''-' zr RfV -5 Page Two THE DAILT MISSOUBIAX. THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1916 & i THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PoblUhtd rrrrj evening; (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday marnlna- by The MUaonrlan Association. Ineorporai rd. Columbia. Mo, Frank II. King-, Pmldrnt and Editor; A. O. Hlnman, Bulness Blanaft-er. Address all communications to THE DAILV MISSOURIAN Columbia. Missouri. Office: Virginia BuUdlnc. Downstair Phones: Iluslness, 53; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. rear. IZ50; month. 25 cents; copras cents. Outside of Boone County, year JSfmonth, su cents. the Douglass School. The members are making elaborate provisions for the education of Columbia's negro population. No city or town In the state is more alive to the needs of these people or is aiding them more in their advancement than Columbia. The Open Column Tbe Mlssourlan receives tbe dispatches f tbe United Press Associations. STIRRING THEM UP Earl N. Kurtz, chief of the Columbia fir...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 October 1916

:Y SPORT Ames, with only live, letter men In the running, a light squad, and several stars out of the game on account of Injuries received against Kan sas Saturday, is extremely dubious about the result of the invasion ot Bollins Field next Saturday. This i8 the oplnloiuof H. L. Fod. sports editor ot the Iowa State Student, who has written to the Missourlan. Concerning the Kansas-Ames affair TUr. Ford says: "The Ames team out played and outpointed the Kansans in almost every department of the game. Captain Lindsey ot the K. U.team ex celled the Cyclone punter In kicking. "Although the Cyclones came out -with the long end of the score, it was n easier game than was expected. The Jayhawkers were an unknown quantity on the Ame3 field, and Ames supporters were doubtful before the game. Coach Mayser of the Ames eleven is exceedingly dubious about the game with Missouri. The Ames mentor feels that this game will be one of the hardest on the schedule. Missouri Is feared by Ames for the fir...

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. — 19 October 1916

Fr.JSMJ JS5-PST.-S37'7' s- -"ft-a,,- " ji, j i A fc t V JLi Jt ! r it' S . 1 X UK' m UE& Page' Four THE DAILY MSSOURIAS, THTTRSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1916 M. U. GRADUATE IVILL MARRY Charles II. Caldwell, '1C lo Wed Clcve. land Girl In December. The cngagmgt of Charles H. paid- ' of v,ctories defcatlng well of Burlinfcton Junction, to "Miss ft. ,,. ,mnPr w, nnMwA Verne Calbouije of Cleveland, Ohio, was announced last week at the home of the bride-elect. Miss Calhoune was a schoolmate of Mr. Caldwell, who was graduated from the University last spring. The brldegroom-to-be Is a son of C D. Caldwell, a banker and farmer of Burlington Junction. He was a member of the University stock judging team in 1913 and was awarded first honors among the Missouri rep resentatives at the 1913 International Live Stock Show at Chicago. Mr. Caldwell is a member of the Phi Gam ma Delta fraternity. The wedding will take place Decem ber 16. The couple will reside near Burlington Junction, where Mr. Cald well...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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