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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 14 January 1918

I Page Tito sWfFfiP THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe use or republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la this paper and also the local news published herein Published every evenlnc except Saturday and Sunday and Sunday marnlnr by Tbe Mlnoarian Anoelatlon Incorporat ed Columbia Mo Office Phones Downstairs Virginia Building Business 65 News 274 Entered at tbe poitodlce Columbia as second class mall Mo City Year 375 3 months J100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 80 cents Outside of Boone County Tear 450 3 months L25 month 45 cents vtlnnul AdTertlsInz Representatives Carpenter Scbeerer Co Fifth ATenne Bnlldlne New York Peoples Gas ir Cbicaco 8UMMEK THOUGHTS IX 1VINTEK Ill take summer for mine Wow Is It cold enough for you I believe I like summer better All these age tried expressions help make winter bearable A few sum mer thoughts i...

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. — 14 January 1918

SPORT The Tiger basketball team will go to St Louis to play Washington Uni versity Thursday and Friday nights The Tigers had a thorough workout Saturday afternoon and will play acainst the freshman team tonight Coach W E Meanwell is preparing for a hard series with Washington Against Lowering Eligibility Standards The following resolutions were adopted at a recen meeting of the National Collegiate Athletic Associa tion of which this University is a member at its recent meeting in New Tork City 1- That athletic sports be made subservient to the work of military Preparation and be made therefore an essential factor in military train ing 2 That intercollegiate and inter cholastlc schedules be arranged for so long a time and so far as na tional and local conditions permit and that all possible encouragement be given to the development of intra mural sports with a view to promot ing the participation of all students 3 That professional coaching and the expense3 incidental thereto be re d...

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. — 14 January 1918

H fr 1 Page Fo LATE GEN MAUDE A MILITARY GENIUS Conqueror of Bagdad De tested Flattery and Gave Credit to Subordinates MASTER OF DETAIL Series of Victories Due to His Personality Says British Eye Witness Correspondence of tne Associated Press LONDON Dec 15 General Maude the conqueror of Bagdad who died recently of cholera In an army hos pital in Mesopotamia lies burled In the center of the British cemetery north of Bagdad adjoining the old Turkish cavalry barracks A wooden cross marks his grave and a heap of wreaths chrysanthemums and marl golds were strewn over the grasslcss mould of the desert Among these floral tributes were ribbons and arti ficial flowers the tribute of the peo ple of Bagdad of the Naqulb and of the Jewish school whose annual dra matic entertainment he attended few davs before his death The near est graves to his own are those of privates of the division which he used to command The British eye witness with the armies In Mesopotamia In an account of a memorial s...

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. — 15 January 1918

LI c XI F ARMERS WEEK ATTENDANCE AS r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR LARGE AS EVER Registration at Noon Today 650 Darkened Streets Il luminated for Half Hour During Night Arrivals PRESIDENT HILL EXTENDS WELCOME The Farmers Relation to Winning of War Theme in the Opening Addresses Last Night Tonight University Auditorium 7 p m Music University Cadet Band Agriculture in South America C F Curtlss dean of the Iowa College of Agriculture Co operation Among Farmers John Lee Coulter dean of the West Virginia College of Agriculture Tomorrow Afternoon Program of the Missouri Corn Growers Association from 130 to 5 p m in Agricultural Building Meeting of Holslen Frieslan Asso ciation in the Dairy Building at 3 p m Meeting of Missouri Livestock Asso ciation Agricultural Building from 3 to 5 p m Business Meeting of Missouri Agri cultural Society in Horticultural Building at 4 p m In addition to the foregoing there will be technical lectures given by members of the faculty and others and demon...

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. — 15 January 1918

m twGh m Page Two t THE EVENING fcllSSOURIAN MEMBEB OP ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Prei U excIuMTfly en titled to tbe oe for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In Uls paper and also i lie local newt published herein Published eTery rralas except 8tnrUy and Bnnday and Bandar momlntr X The Mluonrian Association Incorporat ed Columbia Mo Office Virginia Building- IDownstalrs Ibones Business 55 News 274 tfotered at the postofflee Columbia Mo as second class mall City Year 375 3 months JLOO month 40 cents copy 2 cents rty nail In Boone County Tear J125 mouths 1173 3 months 90 cents tiatslde of Boone County Year 4B0 S months 1155 month 45 cents National Advertising Representatives Oarpenter Scheerer Co Fifth Arenue lulfdlnc New York Peoples Gss s Chicago DOES EDUCATION PAY Less than 1 per cent of American men are college graduates yet this 1 per cent has furnished 55 per cent of our Presidents 3 per cent of the members of Congress 47 per cent...

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. — 15 January 1918

COLO JIT CUP PIKE BUT IN LIKE IRK Houston Harte Writes of Training at Third Of ficers Camp M U MAN PRAISED Half a Dozen Candidates Wish to Quit After First Days Drill Houston Harte a graduate of the School of Journalism and formerly editor of the Boonvllle Republican has sent the following clipping from the Arkansas Gazette telling what the men are doing at the Third Of ficers Training Camp at Camp Pike Little Rock Ark The article refers favorably to Robert E Williams a former student of the University who was a captain of the University Ca dets Mr Harte says in his letter that the barracks were not built in prepara tion for the cold weather they are having at Camp Pike and that coal is scarce there However he says that there is no complaining and everyone seems to be enjoying the camp The article says Declaring that they are unable to stand the rapid pace set by the in structors In the Third Officers Train i ing School at least half a dozen men yesterday requested that they be as i...

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. — 15 January 1918

r I I m L r it ff r I Page Fobt Miss Juliet Bowling will give a luncheon tomorrow for the following guests Mrs Donald Fitch Mrs John F Rhodes Mrs L C Cook Mrs Nel son Boyce Mrs Frederick Marshall Mrs J T Johnson and Misses Frances and Helen Mitchell Miss Elizabeth Overall and Flor ence Henley of Jefferson City arrived yesterday to visit Miss Elizabeth Spencer They will be dinner guests tonight at the Pi Beta Phi house Mrs F B Mumford will have an In formal reception tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock for the women who are attending Farmers Week The Delta Gamma sorority will hold open house Saturday night Jan uary 26 Mrs W H Lawrence of 209 South Garth avenue entertained at luncheon today for Mrs Nellie Kedzie Jones Covers were laid for twelve guests Mrs Jones Mrs J B Welch Mrs C M Greene Mrs H B Almstedt Mrs A J Meyer Mrs E R Hedrick Mrs F B Mumford Mrs F F Stephens Mrs J C Whitten Mrs W J Shepard and Miss Carrie Pancoast The table was decorated with the flags of the Allied natio...

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 January 1918

TENTH YEAR THE XO OP Hi THE FARWERS PROBLEM SAYS COULTER Agricultural College Head Chosen by Wilson to Study Rural Credits in Europe Explains System WHEAT MAIN ISSUE SAY SPEAKERS South American Farm Prob lems Discussed by Doctor Curtiss Band Concert on Program Co operation for better business among fanners Is to my mind the bluest of our rural problems be came It will lead to better living declared Dr John Lee Coulter dean of the College of Agriculture Univer sity of West Virginia in an address in the University Auditorium last night Doctor Coulter Is one of the seven men who were selected by President Wilson In 1913 to go to Europe to study the system of rural credit there tad the result of whose investigations ni used in the Rural Credit Law passed by Congress Doctor Coulter divided the prob hau of the farm into three groups Better farming better business and better living He stressed the fact ttet the way to solve these problems wis through co operation Farm ac- counting co opera...

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. — 16 January 1918

I I- THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press U exclusiTely ea titled to tbe use far republication of all npwa rilanntfha r1ltd to it or DOt otherwise credited Id this paper and alao tbe local news poDllaoea herein Published ererr renin except 8atnrda and Hnndar and Bandar moraine bjr The IUourlan AaaaeUUon Incorporat ed Colambla Mo Office Virginia Building Downttalrc Ibopes Business 55 News 274 tmered at tbe poatoSlce Columbia aa second class mall Mo City Year 375 3 mouths JLOO month 0 cents copy 2 centa ily mall In Boone County Year S3 6 mouthc St75 3 months 80 centa tutslde of Boone County Year 450 3 months SL23 month 45 centa National Advertising Representatives Carpenter Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Uulldlug New York Peoples Gaa Build e Chicago FEDERAL COMBOL IS WELCOME Welcome Federal Control We have said a lot of nasty things about you and when we were in high BChool we debated you down and out but we are in war now and we are glad to see you A few y...

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 January 1918

r FUNDS APPORTIONED m ft - ierKTr ir ACCEPT RESIGNATION OF 2 CITYOFFICERS Council Acts on Cases of City Engineer and Street Commissioner Permission Granted to War Council to Hold Sessions in Hall Theater We will now act on the resigna tion of Mr Sliver said Mayor James B Boggs at the meeting of the City Council in the City Hall last night after the resignation of John R Silver city engineer had been read Ii it necessary for us to act on this 1 think It is said one of the five cooncllmen present It has been cuitomary in the past He made a xnoUon that the resignation be ac cepted The motion passed without comment Toward the last of the 15 mlnute session Mayor Boggs an nounced that there was another res ignation for the Council to act on that of Robert Maddox former street commissioner His resignation also was accepted without comment The circumstances of the resignations of the two officials have been told in the Missourlan Appropriations were made for car rying on the city government...

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 January 1918

Page Fottf PROMINENT BRITON HERE TONIGHT FOR ASSEMBLY ADDRESS Continued from Page One the gun while blindfolded was per formed by ore of the privates in three minutes and twenty seconds Red Stripes on the Kaisers Hack Mr Llndsey said in his talk that a thrift stamp on a last years hat or Baby Bonds on a last years suit meant more in America than the Iron Cross meant in Germany I am looking forward to the time he said when the United States flag will be unfurled in Germany leaving its red stripes on the kaisers back According to the Rev Miller the beatitudes should be revised to read Blessed Is the man who walkcth not in the council of the ungodly tax payer In conclusion he said This is not a time for argument we have long ago ceased to ask why we are In the war and now is the time for action Copies of Missouri on Guard the publicity organ of the Council of De fense and programs of the week s lec tures were distributed at the theater BRITOX OF HIGH KAXK HERE Sir Frederick Smith Left ...

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. — 17 January 1918

Mi I i I jfSflSBBmgvffijiB THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR FARMERS ASSURE PRESIDENT WILSON OFTHJPUY Executives Telegram Read to Audience Last Night Responded To by Pledge of Support BRITON EXPLAINS WAR OBLIGATIONS Sir Frederick Smith Tells of Supreme Task Before the United States Vincent Scores Our Mistakes To the People of Great Britain Through Sir Frederick E Smith attorney general of England vc the farmers and livestockmen of Missouri In conference at the University of Missouri College of Agriculture tender this message We are sending our sons to fight In the trenches with your sons Our own part in this struggle is largely conservation and produc tion We doubled farm crop pro duction last year and we will do more next year Accept our felic itations and remember that we are with you in this war for free dom and justice until it is won More than two thousand Missouri farmers stood in the University Audi torium last night and passed resolu tions of loyalty to the Government in rep...

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. — 17 January 1918

I r Page Tiro THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Tbe Auoclated Prwi U eiduilrely en titled to tbe use for republication of all newt dlspitcbei credited to It or not otherwise credited In tblf paper and alio he local oetra published bereln Publlhrd every eifnlnr except Saturday and Monday and Bandar mornlDK by The MliDonrlan Aiaeclatlon Incorporat ed Colombia Mo Office Virginia Downatalra ibooea Dullness SS Neva 274 nutered at tbe poatofflce Columbia Mo aa second class mail Oitj Year J375 3 taoutba J100 month W cents copy 2 cent a tl mat in booue Count Tear 325 0 inuuUs l 75 3 months 90 ceata ttutalde of Uooue County Vear HM 3 uuutba L2S month 43 centi National Advertising Representatives Carjntr ticbeerer Co Filth Areuue ilullUlmt New York Peoples Uaa Build- a uwctjo WOOD FOR FUEL The coal scarcity over the country has brought out the necessity of con servation and substitution for the purpose of relieving It The oldest t and best known substitute for coal Is wood A f...

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. — 17 January 1918

r K NT m EGE TO BOYSJN KHAKI Sir Frederick Smith Tells of Part British Schools Have Played RIGHT MUST WIN Value of University Train ing for War Work Shown bv Dr G E Vincent Might can never triumph over Right declared Sir Frederick Smith attorney general of Great Britain In an address before the University As sembly at 4 oclock yesterday after noon In the University Auditorium The hall wts filled with students faculty members and visitors Sir Frederick who spoke with deep earn estness was frequently applauded When Germany flung out the dial lenge Might is Right when the abominable enemy invaded Belgium and France wnen me question came to Britain Are you going to defend the neutrality of Belgium our peo pie gave the answer and it has almost wiped out tne generous blood or one generation he said with controlled emotion The speaker said that he had made many speeches since he landed in this country but that the audience of stu dents before him filled him with more emotion than any other...

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. — 17 January 1918

Page Four With the Farmers Continued from Page One School of Journalism the first semes 1 tft rf lie 1 nnn Iln nlfntsii fn Virt rnnf4ii Dini fnmn ciinn t reived from his nrnrlnrp finri In von rV MISSOURIS RICHES UNTOUCHED Dean E J JTcCanstland talis Atten tion to States Resources contest was WDy aoes Missouri amp yeary m an acre In the five acre this year They to her cities millions of paving brick received by two men are H G Turner or uarnngion wim - - ii and t n almost unexnlolted Why doe3 she Shclton of Holden with a yield of 103 purchase thousands of tons of coal bushels In the boys classes D L from Kansas Illinois Indiana and other more distant states while Ieav Boots of Palmyra won for the single car and Leslie Schweer of Gordon- Ing her own rich coal deposits only ville the sweepstakes ten ears partially developed Why does she mi Mo nrniiiir wh lives near Import thousands of bags of cement B- Farmlncton had to drive twelve from Kansas and practically pass by miles to reach th...

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. — 18 January 1918

fc if jr 1 TH E EVENING MISSOIURIAN TENTH YEAR Fill AND H THE BANQUET TOPICS Annual Dinner Emphasizes Need of Conserving Food in State LIST OF SPEAKERS Forty Tables Will Be Used in Gymnasium Served by Students At the office of Dean P B Mumford late this afternoon it was said that Governor Gardner would not speak at the banquet tonight He was un able to remain in Columbia today Farming and the war will be the chief subjects of the speakers at the Farmers Week banquet at Rothwell Gymnasium tonight President A Ross Hill will be toastmaster Arthur Killick on A Farmer Miss F Louise Nardin on Womans Part Joseph Weston president elect of the Missouri Hor ticultural Society on The Old Apple Tree Robert S Withers on Mis souri Council of Defense C E Yancey president of the Missouri Live Stock Producers Association on The Live Stock Producer and Uel W Lamkin superintendent of public schools on Education in War Time The speakers table will be at the south end of the gymnasium in front of a larg...

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. — 18 January 1918

I 1 t4 - n t k if r Hi Pag Tito THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS The Auoclated Preaa li exclualrely en titled to the ue for republication of all uewa dispatcbea credited to lt or not otberwlae credited la thta paper and alan he local newa pabllabed herein Iubllibcd titry Trnlni except 8tardj and Sunday and Bandar morning bj The MUasnrtan Aaaeelatlon Incorporat ed Colombia Me Office Virginia Ilnlldlng DowmUlrt Pbunea Umlneaa 55 Newa 274 Watered at tbe poitofflce Columbia Mo aa aecond claaa mall Cltj Tear 375 3 montba 1100 month 40 centa copy 2 cent H j mall In Boone County ear 325 t montba 173 3 montba 90 centa tutalde of Boone County Year 1150 S montba 1125 montb 45 centa National Adrertlalng arnnterKcbeerer Co Itepreaentatlrea Flftb Areuut llullding New tork Teoplea Oaa s Chicago WHO PAYS INCOME TAX Build THE CENSOR CKNSUKEl We have long felt that there was something vitally wrong with the system of censorship adopted by the United States military authorities since...

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. — 18 January 1918

i i l 51 J GERMAN prisoners show ARROGANCE YET CONTENT Written for tbe Mlssonrian by Charles KOSier U iiuuuai v tut juvwi Ul juui nalism wlio recently returned from Ilon olalu on an Army transport carrying Ger man prisoners Haughty though prisoners of war seemingly secure that Teutonic modes of massacre would yet triumph in the great European cataclysm this was the external reflection of 452 German prisoners who were recently transported to San Francisco from Manila and Guam our far Eastern possessions The body comprised in terned officers and sailors from the commercial liners who sought refuge In the Philippine ports at the declar ation of war on Germany by Japan Following our severance with Ger many they were made prisoners of war Varying degrees of the Ger manic race were to be found among them Every great German hero had his counterpart The whiskers of Von Tirpitz vied with the upturned mustache of the kaiser The posses sors of the hirsute adornment each seemed to be proud of h...

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. — 18 January 1918

1 IV v ip irMeiafiiHBiHHHBfiMiKc PtgttaVt GOVERNOR DECLARES A BUILOINGPROGRAM Continued from Page One Justice to his subject he would have to tell plain unvarnished facts It is amaiing he said how a peace ful people can become a war like peo ple under the spur of a great in justice Doctor Creelman pointed out that Canada had sent an army of 400000 volunteers which In propor tion to the population would be equivalent to an army of 6 million men from this country He said that the great problem In Canada after the outbreak of the war was to obtain farm laborers This was finally solved by the volunteer work of the boys too young to go to the front At the close of Doctor Creelmans address Uel W Lamkln state super intendent of schools stated that Missouri expected to enroll In the boys working reserve between now and the end of March every boy in the state between the ages of 16 and 21 Tells or Wild Animals The last speaker of the evening was Ernest Harold Baynes of Meri den N H who gave ...

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. — 20 January 1918

F SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR ARHERS IEK1 YEAR ECLIPSED PAST Three Thousand Visitors Here Is Estimate of Dean Mumford WAR THE KEY NOTE Conference Meeting a New Feature Interest Is Growing Three thousand persons attended Farmers Week Dean F B Mum ford estimates An exact register of the attendance is not available as many persons here for Farmers Week registered for the War Confer ence This was the largest Farmers Week held Two thousand and twenty seven perons were here last j ear for the annual sphering Dean Mumford attributes the in creased attendance to greater inter est among the farmers to the War Conference and to the list of famous speakers For the first time people of a rural region in Missouri have been privileged to hear a member of the British Cabinet Sir Frederick E Smith attorney general of England who addressed fifteen hundred Uni versity students Wednesday after noon and hear two thousand farmers the night following made the remark that they were the most inter...

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