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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 August 1916

m I I' I s THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR ENTIRE COUNT! GETS II HEM RAINFALL Drouth Broken in All Parts of State Except Extreme Southwest. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1916 NUMBER 297 THE CALENDAR 1.34-INCH FALL HERE Many Crops are Saved U.S. Weather Bureau Predicts Wet Weather. August IS, Uriday Itoblnson's Circus. September 11, 13, 10. Thursday, Friday :inil Saturday University en trance examinations. September IS, IS), JO, Monday, Tuesday aud Wednesday Unhersity retistra-tln. CONSULTED SUV TROOPS CLEAR County yesterday ami today. In the last two days more than two and a half inches of water has fallen. Heavy rains fell last night and to day all over Boone County and in most parts of the state. Many lionoc County crops were saved by the rain. Xearby farmers report that although many vegetables had been lost, tlte rain came in time to save a great many truck gardens, practically assuring good pastures. Columbia was treated with with 1.34 inches of rainfall. This is the ...

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. — 14 August 1916

- J "y ,. , " rwrwf&pi?' Fy WWTM'" ''' IWUMWW'Xirf'ww' l whwr-? f n I I ! I i'l ', i' -i VI i r Page Two THE DAILY MISSOCKIAX, MONDAY, AUfllTST II, 191C. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'uhlUlird rirrj riming (exrrpt Saturday and undar) and Sunday mornlnr by The Mlufcourian Asportation, lnrorporat ril, Columbia, Mo., Frank II. Klnr, I'rrkldrnt and Kditor; A, G. Hlnman, ISuinr(i Jlanaffrr. Address all communications to Till: DAILY MISSOUItlAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: VlrgliiM Iluilillut,'. Downstairs l'liuncs: limine, KJ; News, 274. loitered at tlie postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, S2.30; uiuiitli, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Tlie Mlssuurlan recehes the dispatches of tlie United l'ress Associations. Member, Audit Hureuu of Circulations. TIIK VtORI.Il WAR Two years of murderous war lias jut ended in Europe. The cost of this wholesale display of patriotism to date is jr.:.,uuu,ooo,0ou. The pro phets that poke when the war broke out doubted if the war would last longer t...

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. — 14 August 1916

-z". mm 'f&g. "m i THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, .MONDAY, ACftCST 14, iuc. RUSSIAN NAVY KEEPS MOVEMENTS SECRET No One Seems to Know the Exact Location of the Slav Sea Force. a series on the public spirit of the various powers will be published. SINKS TEUTON SHIPS Czar's Boats Have Been of Great Help in Blockading the Germans. This is tht' fourth story on the navies of the powers now at war in Europe. The last will be pub lished tomorrow. It will tell of the Italian Xavy anil is written by John Ilearly. Tinted Press Staff Correspondent at Rome l).n after tomorrow the first of THE RTSSIAX XAVY By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS (United Press Staff Correspondent.) PETDOGRAD, Aug. 14. "Where is the Russian Xavy?" For several days I have been ask ing this question of statesmen, jour nalists, diplomats, writers, Duma members and others. For reply, a Hock of question marks seems to rise in the air after the fashion cartoon ists and comic supplement artists have inaugurated. Nobody seems able to tell us. ...

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. — 14 August 1916

ff. a ?ej"tyflf't 4 v"' w y-- "W- Pape Font THE DAILY 3IISSOUUIAX, .MONDAY, AUGUST U, 191C. ;:- i 1 h Hi If -B Change of Shortstops Proves Disastrous After Rally in the Ninth. on Gruber's quick, accurate return to the plate. All advanced one on Robert's slow, high bounder between I third and pitcher. It looked as If the score would be tied when Mc Daniels Hied out to deep center, but. in the prettiest .fielding stunt of the game. Gruber dounieu uavis ai me plate. Three hits, Taylor's only free pass and his fourth wild pitch leta couple more in for the Blues in the ninth onri .iiiTinrnnfK Mnnhpd the came, but TAYLOR IN THE BOX ti,e Browns fooled them that time, at least. An error, Winegar's bingle and Dip- pold's only hit, a Texas leaguer back of second, filled the bases with no one I out. Rutledge fanned, but Manager iTavlor hit a slow, high bounder to To chase one shortstop out of the i short. Harriman had to hurry his game because of a bad peg to the hrow ll0,lle a,,d ,,efore thf ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 August 1916

1" THff DAILY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916 NUMBER 29fc wnniyfL-twu uj 1 ULWHWHTHiHWr '"iTOittF &M$wffiMffim Is "KhMf LAW ade Because Punish the Crew. BERLIN, Alls- !-". Oermaii Zeppe litis will punish Kngland for her fall- tire to punish the crew of the Itrit ish steamer BaraIong. who killed members of a German .submarine crew after they had been made prisoners, it was announced officially this after noon. Zeppelins in raiding English towns will have no consideration for the lives of civilians, other than that de manded by international law. The wireless teu indicates that thU new jiollcy lias been carried oat in Zeppelin raids recently. The British battleship BaraIong. sunk a German submarine in August l'.tll. The submarine crew was cap lured. In a light aboard the Bara-lon-g. the exact details of which are not known, the submariners were killed, according to stories from Ger man sources. These stoiies said they were kicked off the patrol boat into th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 August 1916

S -amemifsfm eftsjf,sg 3?"5 MWMMMMMMmMI p . iayv?3j3i';''y5!ggw;a """ Pae Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN l'ullllirl rrry evening (rxrrpt Saturday and Sundas) and Sunday mornlne by Tl:e MUourian Aiifeorlatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo.. Frank II. Klnr, I'rmldrnt and Kdltor; A. G. IllnmaD, llutinenii Manager. Address all communications to TIIK DAILY MISSOUICIAN Columlila, MUiourl. office: Virginia Ilulldlutr. Downstairs I'lmiies: Itusluesx, 5.1; News, 274. Knlrrc.l at the pohtoffke, Columbia, Mo, as second-class wall. Year, fMi moiitli, - cents; copy, 5 cents. Tlic MUsourlan receives tlie dispatches of tlic Culled 1'nws Associations. Member, Audit lliire.iii of Circulations. SAVK COLl'-MMA'S TREKS There's many a tree in Columbia that will die before the end of this siimmor for lack of a friend. Wanton destruction of trees on private prop erty can not be tolerated by property owners. Hut with the same thought fulness for care of our homes every citizen should give peisor.al attention to t...

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. — 15 August 1916

fr T"r W ?gr- A THE DAILT MISSOURIAX, TIESIHY, AHilVr 13, l!ll. Daily Market Report lijr I'lilted Press. EST ST LOUIS, 111., AUR. 15- Chil Sen Ice Exams September 2. The Illinois State Civil Sen ice Commission will hold an examination for registration clerk on September i lie examination is onen to all CATTLE RECEIPTS-5.000. including, college graduates over 21 3 ears of 400 Texans .Market steady. Native J age who are citizens of the United beef steeis $7.00?10.23. Yearling States. The position, which is in the V steers anil heifers $S.50 $10.00. Registrar's omen at ITrlmn.i. n tows S3..r,0$7.73. Stockers and salary to start with of $C0 a month feeders S3 30&s8.25. Calves $6.00fr . ulth a possibility of increase to $93. ill 23 Texas steers $3. 30048.30. Additional information may be obtain Cows and heifers $4.50g$S.00. ed from the State Civil Service Com- 1 IOC RECEIPTS 7,000. .Market 10 missin. Springfield. Ill . or Room to 13 ents higher eis $10 13$10 30. Good and heavy $10 S3...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 August 1916

If nn .I. nfniinmwri ft-WT H ! 1 ii, jt Page Four MAYOR WELCOMES NEGRODELEGATES Gives Address at Session E. VV. Stephens Also Speaks. 3 LODGES MEETING Reception to Be Given at S:30 O'clock Tonight at Columbia Hall. Maor J. M. Uatterton at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon delivered an ad dress of welcome to the 1300 delegates attending the convention of the United Brothers of Friendship lodge. R Stephens also addressed the conven tion. A response was made by Dr J. T. Caston, of St. Louis, grand treas urer of the lodge. Prof. J. P. Wash ington, deput grand master, on be half of the lodges greeted the visitors. Dr. Gideon Brown of Kansas City, the grand medical register, responded. Dr. J. II. Williams of Kansas City, the grand master, presided at the meeting at the A M E. Church this morning. After the roll was called a committee on credentials was appoint ed, consisting of I)r W H Laurie, William Dent. W X. Park. S. II Sampkins and William Pitts. The church was then dedicated for the lodge...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 August 1916

'cvrwufj- ??j"r'?-ix V THE DAILY EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916 NUMBER 299 fir -s. IHSSOURlAN i i n . i . ' V COUNCIL STRAIGHTENS OUT SOMEPROTESTS W. S. Dorsey Complains of Noise of Taxicabs in the Early Morning. CROWD IN APPROVAL Sewer Contract Is Canceled To Pave Stretch on West Broadway. W. S. Dorsey opened last night's council meeting with a strong pro test against the taxicab business on Broadway between Ninth and Tenth streets. Early in the morning and late at night, he said, the chauffeurs race their engines, pound on repair work and make every kind f noise. Mr. Dorsey thought it a nuisance and a detriment to his business. Dr. O. P. Schleef also protested, saying that the cars run with their cutouts open which makes it nearly impossible for him to use the tele phone. The police, he said, do not en force the ordinance against the cut out nuisance and he thought it a mat ter deserving of the mayor's atten tion. When the matter came up. Council man Sh...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 August 1916

i f-1 Pagre Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, WEHENESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ulilUlied rrrry nenlnic (exrrpt itaturdaj and Sunday) and feunday morning by Tlir Mlftftourlan Anhoclatlon. Incorporat ed, Columbia. Mo., Frank II. Klnr, I'rrnlurnt and l-.flltor; A. o. lllnman, IIuIn-.H Manager. Address all communications to Till: DAILY MISSOUUIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs I'liones: Iluslncs, M; Kens, 274. I'titereil at tlie postofflce, as tiecond-class Columbia, mall. Mo., Year, $2.50: muuth, 2j i-ents; copy, 5 cents. The Mlssourlan receiws the iHspatcbes of the United l'ress Associations. Member. Audit Ilureau of Circulations. A SPRING FOR 31. U. On the University West Campus on the hillside below Iav's Observatory and above the grass covered path known to the older alumni as Camilla Dale, beside the older Via Curatorum, stands a monument seldom noticed by visitors to Columbia a rusty lead pipe. Students of the last century who re member when ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 August 1916

N" S v I5 130 WOMEN" HOOKIES IN CAMP They Learn to (are for Sick, Senium ii rf A,d' I)r,'inP and Telegraphy. T United I'rfss. LAKE GE.VEVA, Wis.. August 1C Clad in khaki shirts, olive drab flan nel waists, regulation army hats and tan shoes. 150 women rookies here to day are making themselves ready for any national emergency." The women are attending National Service School Xo. 3 of the Woman's section of the Navy league. They started 'the day by undergoing a course in military calisthenics. They will do it before breakfast every day for two weeks. The women rookies were ready for the muscle making exercises at 6:40. Breakfast is served at 7:S0, police call THE DAILY MISSOURIAN WEUKXESDAY. AUGUST IK, 1916. IIECLIXE OX SUftAK lit lbs. for $1.00 A. K. LYOXS ill South 9th St. Plume :to: at 8 o'clock, inspection at 8:30. Drills, classes lectures and entertainment take up the remainder of the day. Taps is sounded at 9:30 p. m. Sun days the women get up half an hour later than on week day...

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 August 1916

Ate Pite Foir THE DAILY MISSODBIAJT, WEDEXESDAY, ACOUST 16, 191C. BRITISH ARE STALLED D THE MIDDLE WEST English Can't Understand a Country Pro-Ally and Pro-German. MIX IN THE U. S. ARMY DETAILS OF LOAX MADE PUBLIC Teutons, French and English Are All In Uncle Sam's Force In Mexico. By WILLIAM G. SHEPHERD (United Tress Staff Co'rrespomlent) MERCEDES. Texas, Aug. 16. The England Borrows $2.10,000,000 in U. S. Is Bated at 9S. By United Tress. NEW YORK, Aug. 1C Details of a new British loan were announced by J. P. Morgan & Company today. The issue will be for $230,000,000 in two years, 5 per cent secured loan gold notes, to be dated September 1, 1916, with Interest payable semi-annually. At the option of the British govern ment the notes may be redeemed in whole or in part on thirty days' no tice on any date until and Including August 31, 1917, at 101 and accrued Interest, and on any date thereafter until their expiration at 100 1-2 with accrued interest. The loan will be secured by ...

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 August 1916

.? -; THE DAILY 11 MISSOURlAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1916 NUMBER 300 ! R, B, PRESIDENTS TO With Deadlock Readied, System 1 leads Are Asked to Washington. POLITICS IN PLANS? Managers Say Effort Is Being Made to Make Settle ment Post-Election. By I'tillcd Press. WASHINGTON', Aug. 17. Heachin what apparently was a deadlock in the attempted settlement of the threatened railroad strike, President Wilson today sent a telegram to the presidents of the great railroad sys tems of the country, asking them to THE CALENDAR i iigiist IS", Friday Itoliinson's Circus. Septenilier 11. 1.".. 1C. Thursday, I'rlday .mil Saturday University en- tr.ime examinations. September is, IB, "0, Mnuday, Tuesday and Wednesday- diversity reglstra- tlnn. Scplollllier LI. Wednesday (((telling ("oll- .m;iI"Ti, l'iileriltv Auditorium, II :l. 111. September "I. Thursday University class uurU In all diUsIous begins. INSPECTS I'MVEKSITY BllLDIXG . .1. Wejrr am IV. II. lliirpnne ' to State f...

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 August 1916

Af JJ"i -wr? v-- - " - ' - " v -v 3-ww? - ? I -t.wqp-yt -- r r it Tape Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN ruiiiMirtl rrrrj rrninE (except iiiiini.i anil suiiua ) ttiiu unuu inoruinc 1 Tiie MUhuurian .so laiion. in. urimrut - etl, (olunilila, .int.. l ranw ll. lilnc-, lreflilent untl Killtur; A. CI. Illnman, HuolnesM ManAerr. Aililrei all cuiimiuiilcatloin ti Till! KU. MI.xsOriUAX Ciilumlilj, Missouri office-: sirinli IIuIMIua Dtmnst ilrs l'luiuis: l!usliies, KJ; Ne-ws, 74. KntiTtil at the iHjofflce, Columbia, as second, il l&s ux ill. Mo, v.ur, JJ"i; niuiitli, Si lints; ioj, ." tent. "Ilie JIIksuutIiii ritiUcs the lI-iitUn nf the United Tri-ss Assmlitlons. .McmHr, Audit ISuriMU of Circul itlons. '10 niKVTK lUM.NKfcS When business is good everybody wants to advertise and jou can't keep the local merchant out of the columns of the newspaper with a shot-gun. Let business get a little slack and jou can't give him space in the news paper. The merchant, to make a success of an business, should ...

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 August 1916

"SI 'yow f'B:J rv N' V" v . -MRS. I('KKKilIM FOR IILIJIIKsi THE DAILY MISSOCRIAX, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 191C real issue of this campaign is patri- I'ire 'ihtrt S.is Mn Is Ashamed 0f i0lle of u 'otism a,ul tnat a groat many of us of S. Fiider Milson Administration. VarjlnS Political convictions are go- ng to work together for the welfare "i the country. I am a firm believer In clearly defined political parties, but there are times and conditions in the Political history of a country like ours when we must all unite on the big Hy .MRS. GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM (Wife of the Former U. S. Attorney General) .NEW YORK, Aug. 17. "i am tired of blushing for my country. Never uiu i uiuiK 10 nang my head as I hae lss"es and agree to differ about the been forced to do during the last Icsser. three jcars. i am a member of the An an anti-suffragist I am not con- Womens Committee of the National eerned with political organization as Hughes Alliance purely on the score such. out. as a citizen of this co...

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 August 1916

-J1". -v. . - J - t .. . i 1'ftge Four THE DAILT .MISSOUKIAX, TIIL'KSUAY, AUUUST 17, 19IC. U.B.F. LOOGE HOLDS MEIWORjALSERVICES The Rev. S. W. Clemmons Reads Lesson the Rev. Botts Preaches. REPORTS ARE READ Banquet and Drill Closes Fourth Day of the Ne- ro Convention. The lnited Brothers of Friendship lodge convention held memorial serv ices at the Iiroadway liaptist church at S:::u o'clock last night. The liev erend Goins, master of ceremonies, asked the Rev. 0. V. Clemmons to read the Scripture lesson. This was followed with a prayer by the Itev. V. F. Botts of Omaha. Xeb. The roll of the deceawd brothers was read by the assistant secretary of the grand lodge. Dr. ICdgar Smith of .Macon, Mo., sang a solo. After the roll call of the deceased sisters had been read. Miss Turpin of li (Irange. .Mo., sang "Face to Face." I'rof. C. C. Hubbard offereJ an eu logy en behalf of the deceased broth ers .and the granj princess paid simi lar tribute to the dece.ised sisters. "God will take care...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 August 1916

!PF THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1916 NUMBER 301 NATION-WIDE STRIKE IS THE CALENDAR Thirty-One Railway Heads Cannot Agree With President Wilson. WILL CONFER AGAIN Employes to Hold Another Meeting at the White House Tomorrow. August IS, l'rlday Kolduson's Circus. September H, IT, 1C, Thursdiy, l'rlday ami Mturday University en trance examin ttions September IS, 19, 20, Mond ly, Tuesday and VVednesd ij University registri- tlon. September SO. VVidnesdiy Opening Con- KH-utliiu, fnlitrsltj Auditorium, 11 a in S',t mlicr 21, lliursdir University cliss work in all divisions begins 'BEST EVER" PARADE FEATURESCIRCUSDAY Crowd Blocks Broadway in Effort to See John Rob inson Shows. .mayor nmvr stop tiik enters I!v fulled Tress WASHINGTON. Aug. IS A nation wide strike, tjing up all railroads of the country, again loomed up late this afternoon. Thirtj-one railway presidents left the White House, determined, they said, not to accept a proposal by Preside...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 August 1916

Iwiw t THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, KltlDAY, ACOCST 13, 191C Page Two $ gfe mmm01Kf!iu-':wikm' wwyy THE DAILY MISSOURIAN FnblUhrd rrrry rtcnlnc (except Saturday and Hunday) and Aunaay morning ny The Mlsaourlan Association, Inrorporat I, Columbia. Mo, J rank II. Klnr, I'rraldrnt and Editor; A. G. Illnman, Uualnma 3Ianasrr. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUIUAX Coluralila, Missouri. Office: Virginia Ilulldlng, Donnatalrs I'bones: Business 53; Ncns, 274. Kntered at the postofflcc. Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. Year, f2M; month, 23 cents; copy, 3 cents. The Mlssourlan reciHes the dispatches of the United 1'ress Associations. Meintier. Audit Ilureiu of Circulations. IIO.UKD A CE.VriTltl out Tlie celebration this week at Fa.vcttc of the one hundredth anniversary of of the organization of tlie county of Howard was in ever) way worthy of "the mother of counties." The large part pla.ved in the historj of Missouri by Howard County made the occasion a significant one. Other countie...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 August 1916

Sr v . I J & 91 FRENCH MAKE GREAT E Every Cent .of Money in France is Used to Equip and Supply Army. WILL FIGHT TO END Wonderful Patriotism of the People Kept the Allies in the War. This story of the patriotism and loyalty of the French people is the third of the series. Sunday, William Phillip Simms, United Press Staff Correspondent at Pe trcgrad. will tell of the popular spirit in Russia and of the sacri fices made by the Russian people since the start of the war. Simms has heen at Petrograd since the start of the war. He has made a clean study of Russia and Rus sians. His story of the new Rus sia for the war has made a new people of the Russians in one of the best in the series. popular SPIRIT I.N FKAM'i: Hy HEXRY WOOD (t lilted I're-s Muff Corrcpuiulrut) PARIS. Aug. IS. "There is not a single piece of gold to be found in my house today." Wi'li eyes flashing pride and voice vibrating with enthusiasm these words w ere pronounced to me by Pro fessor Aleide Iletrine of Xo. HIC B...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 August 1916

S5"- "JjP"gfar"??"igR-weuiwJww." " ' .mmmiu Page Four THE DAILY MISSOUHIAX, FRIDAY, AL'OUST 18, 1916. C0NVENTI0N IS OVER Negro Meeting Ends With Election of Officers Ball Tonight. The convention of negro lodges closed the business of its convention today. The final entertainment will be a ball tonight and the installation of the new officers of the lodges. The officers elected for the Grand' Temple arc: Grand Princess, M. Etta Iloldcn; Vice Grand Princess, Sarah Dixon; Grand Secretary, L,. Leota Caston; Assistant Secretary, Estella Diggs; Grand Treasurer, Annie S. To- city has been so liberal in space and generous in sentiment in giving pub licity to the good things we have done and arc doing, and "Whereas, by giving such publicity, the press materially helps the race in the efforts for greater Influence, "Therefore, we, in grand lodge as scnibled do most heartily thank the press for the fair treatment of our effort to worthy citizenship. Approved unanimously, Mo., this morning to v...

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