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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 December 1917

m- f I F t t i v Page Six TOE ETEKIXQ MISSOUBIAy. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1917. BELGIAN ARMY IS REINFORCED Two Divisions of Well-Trained Forces Ready to Attack. (Correspondence ot tbe Associated Press) HAVRE, Nov. 25. The Belgian Army was composed ot 117,000 men at the beginning of the war, increased by 20,000 volunteers in August, 1914, and was reduced to 60,000 men after the battle of the Yscr. By measures applied to Belgian refugees and by the enlistment of volunteers who braved the live wire barriers raised on the Holland frontier, it now has been brought up to ten divisions of well-trained forces ready to take their part in the offensive in Flanders whenever the word is given by the Commander-in-Chief. The Associated Press Is informed to this effect by tho Belgian Minister of War. "If our army has not undertaken operations of a wider scope up to this time," said the minister, "it is be cause it does not devolve on it to decide the moment when these opera tions should begin. The...

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. — 13 December 1917

e' -f THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1917. NUMBER 76 h& DEM LflEB PLEADS II E Speaker at Commercial Club ' . Iit-i(ipnr1 I Attn ASKS HH iiiuwjlu wjuh- ty Membership. ,5000 BY CHRISTMAS Society Has Grown 3,000,000 in U. S. in 7 Months and Raised $100,000,000. "Have a heart and a dollar; that's U we ask of jou," said Dean Isldor Loeb, In his appeal to Columbians, or teir membership in the American Red Cross Society, at the Commercial i.,t luncheon this noon. Dean Loeb Is manager for Boone County in the Red Cross campaign which begins on Volunteer Monday," December 18. We want 15,000 members by Christmas Eve. C.000 of whom we irant from Boone County," said Dean jjoeb. That every man and woman ought to register for this invaluable iiijM to regisier tor mis mvaiuaoie ougni i" .,, . ' flEDCHBSUVS rvlee was iorcmiy empnasizeu uy, : , , . . . u weaker The purpose and growth ' ults during the last two days be- IDC Dlt it r. l4.i,nft,i...

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. — 13 December 1917

THE EVENING 3II3SOUKIAX. THUBSPAY, DECEMBER 13, 1917. Page Two f ir m IK xa, 'l- FTs R- i mv r Ls, K .1 V i i THRIFT STAMP SALE Tl SCHOOL CHILDREN Every Pupil in Boone Coun ty Will Have Chance to Buy Them. MR. LAM KIN TO HELP State Teachers' Association Also Behind War Savings Campaign. Slacker Dollars. A hoarded dollar is a slacker and a dollar spent for an un necessary thing Is Van ally of the enemy," Frank A. Vander lip, national director of the war savings campaign, says. He urges purchase of war savings stamps and certificates for the double purpose of directly as sisting the Government to fi nance the war and economizing on materials and energy de voted to producing non-essentials. will make him a better citizen and this nation a better nation. The movement opens a fertile field for Initiative and resourcefulness. You should not hesitate to enter heartily Into it. It is sound educa tionally and thoroughly American. Let every child in Missouri have a thrift stamp this month, an...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1917

1 T" llllWlllMlllMllJSSBjssjijjjitBt- " " ' yLvj;' " ' THE EVEXIKG MISSOUBIAK. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1917. Page Tferee . HirnR fiOLD RESERVE - Tiedfield Makes Annual Re- B, AwocUted B STAS1HM . making Hedfield's report of the .firlflSs or me uepuriiuum oi T fttVfvpTOV. Dec. 13. Measures WASHINGTON t .,.. , .nK uw- for w"B nnortunty are foremost world trauc rr . in Secretary many actiV . . .ndnv fn rnn rmmerce P""":" V" lv- 111 - j Department iiruuuuij cuu ! more different phases of Gov- ern.?e,i ,r touched upon in the while -,. for , APPARENT WASTE IS 'SOMETIMES NECESSARY en e ...i mrasures for promoting l0DR!irn trade and an account of the ,. commercial operations stand Re top of the list. The visible balance or trade in f,vor of the United States on mer chandise transactions for the fiscal III ended June 30. 1917. was $3,634. 0 905" sas the report. "The total nf our merchandise export trade was 293 806,000 and of our import trade $2 659.355,185. During the three Months period fro...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1917

t M r i Page Fort THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PBESS) Tbe Associated Press Is exclaslTely en titled, to tbe use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also tbe local news published herein. Published erery Trains; (except Saturday mad Sunday) and Sunday mornlna; by Tbe MUsonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs. Phones: Business 55; fews, zr. Kntered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.73: 3 months, $1.00; month, jn Aan. mpiT ? rnta. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3-25; 6 months. L75; 3 months, 90 cents. mt.trt or Boone County: Year, S4.50: 3 months, L25; month, 43 cents. National Adrertlslng Representatlres: rsriienter-Scheerer Co.. Fifth ATenue Building New York; Teoples Gas Build ug, Chicago. THE MODEKN ENGINEER The engineer Is generally consid ered a man of mechanical ability, one who can erect tall skyscrapers and build s...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1917

vppHHHHH J?-J W JK " " h I !' t ilTOF COUNTY UNITE IN WAR WORK Organization Is Perfected With Aid of National De fense Representatives. HEAD, MRS. McBAINE Members of Woman's Com mittee Explains Work That THE EYE5I56 HISgOUMAN. THF BSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1917. mittee Is to tie Uone. A county organization was formed yesterday afternoon at a mass meet ing held at the Presbyterian Church by county and town women of Co lombia with the aid of the Woman's Committee, Missouri Division, of the Council of National Defense. Airs. Turner McBaine was appointed chair Ban; Miss Frances Denny, vice chairman; Mrs. S. C. Hunt, chairman of the committee or finance: Mrs. J. E, drench, secretary, and Mrs. C. 0. Selders. assistant secretary. Kepreseniauves irom every wo man's organization in the county were asked. "Sot as many came as we ex pected," said Mrs. McBaine. The members of the Woman's Com mittee of the Council of Xational De fense talked at the meeting. Mrs. B. F. Bush, chairman of the committee, ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 December 1917

Page Six r, ,- THE EYEXIX6 MISSOUBHX, TKCKSPAY. DECEMBER 13. 1917. For "The" Soldier Stone's Rich Fruit Cake 1 lb. size, each - - 40c 21b. Fancy box, each? 1.00 4 lb. Tin box, each $1.60 We will pack for shipment without extra charge and assure you that he will ap preciate such a gift. W. B. Nowell Phone 74 Ninth and Walnut USITEBSITT WON 18 KIBBONS TIPEWB1TEBS The National Touch -Method and new Un derwoods tor stu- dent use at less than regular rental cost Alter six months you get a credit refund for every cent paid. See our agent, R. C. Crow, Y. M. C. A.. 6:30 to 7:30 dally. NATIONAL TTPISTS ASSOCIATION Missouri's Entries Successful at Chi cago Lire Stock Exposition. At the International Live Stock Ex position, which was held at the Union Stock Yards In Chicago last week, the University of Missouri won eighteen ribbons on the entries in the swine department. Following is a list of the winnings: In Berkshlres Third and eighth on aged barrow; fourth on pen of three aged barrows. In ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1917

- amBswmwMSmnmmammmwmMn iih, km - E9avi0RiiT'V9f9B?Snr fP$ HSKTiF WeT.A!rW jfiWkwjii'!f jvjar -"H: F ?li,WJ TITg.F.f,-8yt.iUtTCT15aJiin EVENING MISSOURIAN VFME w 1 N i 1 '.I j US TENTH YEAR zTweSchants "fiur4 , WAR SAVINGS BONDS Go in a Body to Postoffice to Aid in the Thrift 'ampaign. "SUNDAY fnmmitteeS Plans to Push the Sale by Becoming Distributors. The "baby Bond" campaign 'was started with an enthusiastic.' .Tush a little after 10 o'clock this , 'morning, when twenty-two ot the merchants' committee for the sale ot thrift stamps- and other business men of Columbia, gathered att the Daniel Boone Tavern and w$nt in a body to the Postoffice, eafch buying a 25-cent thrift stamp ana a 5 Var Savings jMCertlficate. A meeting- or thVwwrchante' com--mlttee was held last night, when it J was decided to calLSc meeting of all the business men in Columbia for 'Sunday afternoon kC-Z o'clock at the Tavern. It was thought by the com- jnittee that a greater dlstribuUon could be secured If he mer...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1917

; f.: : r.F.V't-'' sS"j( -i -" - -- - "r t x- -r ,t s r ft, & ; t Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PKESS) The Associated Press Is exdnslTelj- en titled to the nse (or republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Published erery eremlaK (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by Th lOsMurUa Association, Incorporat ed, Colambla. Mo. Office: Virginia Building;. Downstairs Phones: Business 85; News, 274. Entered at the postofflet, Columbia, Mo as second-class mall. City: Tear, J3.75: 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents: copy, 2 cents. By mail In Boone County: Tear, $3.25 7" months, JL75; 3 months, 90 cents. . Outside of Boone County: Tear, H50; 3 months, 155; month, 45 cents." Natlonal Advertising Bepresentatlres: Caroenter-Scheerer Co. oenter-scneerer lo. rmu Building; New rork: Peoples Gas Buliu- Chicago, as " K. THE BED CROSS SEALS Each year during the holiday sea so...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1917

'J??"'T??;'r"-'" -y!rif?.'rTf''' -, " &-rfnqn -"-- r THEKTEKlKtbaQS80FKIAK,Jn) AY.JBECEMBER 14, 1117. FaceTaree . :9 . 14 HI :f SOCIETY NOTES T pi Lambda Theta Initiated seven new members last Monday night at Miss Louise Stanley's home, 1312 Rosemary lane. They were: Misses Katherine King. Nan Bonham. An nette Steele, Myrtle Stosberg. Mary Blanche Moss, Rowena Schmidt and Hazel Hoffmann. The Pi Beta Phi sorority will give tea Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Sarah Rugg of Maiden, Mass., and for active and alumnae members of the local chapter. Mrs. Rugg will ,be a guest at the chapter house. The senior class at Christian Col i pave a farewell Christmas din ner party last night at the college. Covers were laid for thirty-six. The table was decorated with holly, ferns and smllax, with a centerpiece of red roses the class flower. Dean Eliz abeth A. Hall presided at the table and Miss Anne Hickman, class presi dent, was toastmistress. Dr. Wood son Moss, Mrs. Luella W. St. Clair Moss and sev...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 December 1917

- 39k'&0? -St" THE EVENING MIS80URIAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER K, 1W.' Page Foar j- .' t? v i ? HORTtCULTPBAL CIUB MEETS Stales Plans to Entertan Visitors Farmers' Tfcek. The Horticultural Club met in the V. jr. C. A. Building Wednesday night instead of meeting at the home of Prof. J. C Whitten as planned. Miss Opal Davis, president of the Women's Agricultural Club, talked off "Wom en's work in the War" and Cannon Hearne spoke on "The International Banana Farm in the Indies." Plans for entertaining visitors dur ing Farmers' Week were discussed. An apple judging contest, open to vis itors and students not specializing in horticulture, will be arranged. The women of the club will hold a pie con test and auction during the week. Two kinds of pies will be made, xtraight crust and war pies, which nbould be of interest to all advocates of Hooverism. Refreshments were served after the program. Women Play VolIeybalL The first women's lnterclass volley ball games were played last night at Rothw...

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. — 16 December 1917

WP4Q&K&&II III Ull' II III Willi nun TSWA; SUNDAY M0RNIN6 MISSOURIAN arr It TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1917. NUMBER 78 27? " :, t i e- i ' W !! !' TMliaHnEHUHW WJhi no Pa ID CROSS PLEAS , 11 EMCH TODAY - Drive for Fifteen Million Members win negin in U. S, Tomorrow. PLANS MADE HERE BiK Union Service Tonight in Hall Theater Marks Beginning. Vith the delivery todar of thou gands of sermons from as many American pulpits, uTging membership inthe American Red Cross, the Christ--iM campaign of that organisation ,nr en million new members will be ul .- . i-j mu J.h. ...til nrmllT Sianeu. !"; uu.c nui tiuir tnne until Christmas Ere. by which , time it is expected that the total mem bership in the United States will reach fifteen millions at least, As a part of the local campaign for members a mass meeting will be held t the Hall Theater at 7:30 o'clock tonight The Rev. Dr. W. C. Bitting of the St. Louis Second Baptist Church will be the speaker. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1917

?5 &'-.&&' r 1 !F i u v f SUHDAT MOKXOTQ MI8gQUAH. - ' -DECEMBER ,16, 1917. SOCIETY NOTES 1 Among' the parties planned in honor of Miss Helen Robnett Is a dinner which Miss Frances Mitchell will give Tuesday night. Miss Mit chell's guests will be: Miss Rob nett, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Estes. Misses Marjorie Jones, Emiljr Fitch. Glori- etta-Plxlejr, Frances Gray, Anna Pape, Vera Jane Holcomb, Sybil Whittle, Helen Mitchell. Donald C. Fitch. -Lue Lozier, Tom Barclay, Lawrence Fitch,, Paul Shepard, Denny Estes Edward Wright, Porter Mitchell. Overton and Dudley Robnett. Yesterday afternoon Miss Frances Gray and Miss Mary Clark enter tained forty guests at the home of Miss Gray with an informal tea and knitting party for Miss Robnett. Last night the PI Beta Phi sorority gave a dinner for her. There were thirty-five guests, active and alumnae members of the chapter each of whom received a small bridal bou quet as a favor. Christmas decora tions were used in the dining room. Miss Sybi...

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. — 16 December 1917

i qu" v-' wwryj"-cw ''lyw, ''VWf Hjft-jfciajjt Twv-Wj JVy'. A r SUNDAY MORNING fflSSOUBIAN, DECEMBER 16, 1917. SERVICE FLAG FOR RED CROSS MEMBERS ?-; i . j i f- -Miuunii wunuWt m , , z BB H . H M ssfl sssssssh Hsfl 1 H ssH sH H H sLH sssssssLH sLH ssH sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbh bbM isH sbbbbbbbbbbi sssl sfl H BBBB BBBBl ONLY RED CROSS MEMBERS Are Permitted to Display This Scrrlce Flag. Small red crosses, about one inch square, are obtainable from your Chapter Headquarters (or may be cut out from red paper). One should be' added to the flag for each additional member of your household who joins the Red Cross either full or junior membership. Instructions for Display of Red Cross Serrjce Flag. Pin or paste this flag in your front window (showing to the street). Paste on one additional red cross for each member of your family when they Join. Display this Service Flag beginning Saturday, December 1. On Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24, place a lighted candle or electric flash...

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. — 16 December 1917

h rr fobt SUNDAY WORXDfQ fflSSOUMAJr. DECEMBER 18. 1917. IINIVERSftL TRAINING OPPOSED BY BAKER LITTLE WOMAN ON HONOR BOLL Mrs. Cleoaa BeHtley Pet Up 100 Quarts of Vegetables Frost Garden. She was just a little woman but Bhe wanted to do her part In the big war. She selected the best place to begin at home. She wanted a gar den because she realized that every available foot of tillable ground should raise food crops, but there was no one to make the garden for her. That, however, was not a great obstacle to one with so much determi nation and so she plowed the ground and worked it herself. It was Drettv hard work when the sum was hot and the weeds grew. but she didn't think of giving up. She remembered that everyone must have something to do If this war for democr&cv is to be won. So she Bakers annua, report or u d and Department made public Jterfay i cuU1ated and later when constitutes only a on n m. .-; sne can. L'frjVZ " ,r,r hd. She reported to the University may uc ticiwu .....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1917

r U If W I ? H SCHOO L OF SOCIAL ECONOMY Director of Civilian Relief Work of Red Cross Com mends Work Done. WAS FOUNDED IN 1901 pr C. A. Ellwood Is One of the Organization's Chief Lecturers. Praise for the University of Mis souri for its support of the Missouri School of Social Economy in St. Louis ires received yesterday in a letter to President A. Ross Hill from W. P. persons, director of the Civilian Re lief Work of the Red Cross Society. The particular work of the School of Social Economy which has helped the Bed Cross is its Home Service Insti tute, a branch which has taken up social problems and Red Cross work. It materially assisted in the actual work of the Red Cross Civilian Relief work. The School of Social Economy is not a branch of the University, but is supported by the faculty here. Dr. C. A. Ellwood of the department of sociology is one of the chief lecturers. It was founded in 1901 and in 1906 became identified as a part of the University of Missouri. Later, in 1906,...

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. — 16 December 1917

rfMiGJBSBIrTllrlfftflSSrrfffrlr "atsa RESGKBGSKEB i5S-;:;t'r";':'---: " y?'y'':'W': " '-" SUNDAY MORJrUfa MI880UKAy. BECEMBER !, 1H7. KfHHHIHHIMHHBlHmBnaHHHMHlHHBHffi '3iWBHBfiHwSRTBYVs?i)6S "f'x- ' g- ,' Pge 8Ix . P SPORT Final Volleyball Games Tomorrow. The final game In the girls' volley ball series will bo played at 6:30 o'clock Monday night at Rothwell Gymnasium. The Juniors won from the seniors Thursday night and lost to the sophomores yesterday morning. The freshmen won from the sopho mores Thursday night and lost to the seniors yesterday. Miss Marie Parker served twelve consecutive balls for the freshmen in the last game Thurs day night, the sophomores losing by a is -o n score. The scores of the games follow: Thursday night; Sen ior. 3. i5, 5; Junior, 15, 8, 15; Sopho more, 11, 15, 0, Freshman, 15, 13. 15; Saturday, Junior 12, 13, Sophomore. 15, 15f Freshman. 4. 4; Senior, 15, 15. Michigan's Track Men Are All In Service. Michigan's track team has started its indoor work and...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1917

KB? , L j i. ' '"'.- .hi ,...-, , ...wj., IF' r $ $ " Sunday MOMmre rtsMTMiadwkkMMm&wmv ftl I . .,., Page geTeB if taa Hi CTM t9K S3! CTTM M i&jpf irJ ito? TM tv dCS CTTO K-TV lES fffl UK TT 77& Come to yfriir Home on Christmas Morning t "How the Old Folks Would Enjoy It. They Would. Sit All Night and -Listen!" And the' children rit will teach them to appreciate the highest quality of music. The; NEW EDISON is a musical education for the whole JoDi family, reproducing exactly the tones of the greatest artists in their most masterly selections. What Greater Gift Than That of Perfect Music The New EDISON! irtt . Ak SHE 553! Now I Only a portion of the war tax Is being added to the EDISON price. Shortly there will be a general adraBce. You will never grow tired of the NEW ED.IjSON'any more than you would tire of the tones of the living artists, could you have them come to your home each day to sing and play for you and your family. Actual comparisons with theJiuman voice ha...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1917

i r$f. J5&- .rss. r- '4"?r- ty ,.' V V -"v-T PaffeClgkt t KS s ft M If. ?, ,;; i f SUNDAY. MORNINC. MISS(H1R1AN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED FSB88)! The Associated Press Ja exclusively en HUeU to the use for rsjrcbUcaUoa of all new dispatches credited to It or "not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Published ctut !" (except Saturday aaa aaaamj) ana Sonny marauar sir The Mlssanrta AssoclaUaa, Iaearpormt- ed, Colombia, Me, Office: Virginia Building;, Downstairs Phones: Business 65; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Tear, $3.75: 3 months, SLOO; month, 4Q cents; copy. 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Tear, $123; 6 months. 1.73: 3 months. SO cents. Ontalde of Boone County: Year, HBO; 3 months, lzo; montn, so cents. txjasU-but, botii. areheart .ani ,9Ul is ine war. " j- ?' jnejUaie Jsefne.tor anaf tion without anEaaVaTwert. aSob or South. The whole Nation la be hind the boys who are flghtlnr the battles ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 December 1917

p?sr:J,r Vr; jSgHP tFjvpL ww "t.iji"1) vj .;i"t i "U SHOT TO USE U' yz t.-'T.j ' . -vf "- BOYS ON THE FARiWS Plan Will' Be Carried Out Next Summer by Depart ment of Labor. BETWEEN 16 AND 20 -ni.-nnls Schools Will Give ffv Young Men Instruction N Next bemestcr. The Government plans to utilize toys between the ages of 16 and 20 Tears next iw muunirj, es pecially In farming," said Prof. E. jllbey of the University of Chicago, who attended the conference of spe cialists in the training of teachers of Industrial training and manual arts 'here last week. -The plan will be carried out by the Department of Labor through the stale councils of defense, each of Tthieh has a chairman in charge of hoys' work. A national conference of these chairmen was held in Chicago last week at which the national or janUer, WJlliam Hall of the Depart Bent of Labor, explained the work." Mr. Filbey said that In Illinois in tensive training courses will be given to the boys next semester In how to harness horses...

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