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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 20 January 1918

w J u M fc Page Tim SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS The AuocUted Preu U cxdoilTclr en titled to the ue tor repnbtlcttion or til nru a ritma tehrs credited to It or not otherwise credited in tMi Ppr and Iio the local oew puDinnea nerein PnblUbed eTerj Tenlnr except Saturday and Sunday and Sunday morula hy The MluoorUn AiaecUtlon Incorporat ed Colombia Mo Office VlrgtnU Bulldlnj Dowmttlr Phones Buslneu SSfrer Z74 Mutered at the poitofflce Columbia as secondclass mall Mo City Yea- WT5 3 months JLOO month i cents copy 2 cents Hy mill In Boone Connty Year X25 months tlTS 3 months 80 cents utalde of Boone County Year IM 3 months IL25 month 5 cents National Adrertlslng BepresentatlTes Carpenter Rcheerer Co Fifth Arenas Bulldlnc New York Peoples Gas CBlcsfO certain rumors ot iacK or patriotism which seem to have reached the East concerning the attitude of Missour ians the people have risen to every is ue which ha been put to them and risen well The farmers of Missouri h...

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. — 20 January 1918

l h Prof IV C Gtblis lo Speak The Sunset Club will hold its regu lar meeting at the Y M C A Audito rium at 430 oclock this after noon Prof V C Gibbs will speak on Religion and the War Special music will be given by C S Stucky University Dames to Ilold Meeting The University Dames will hold their regular meeting at the home of Mrs W L Halberstadt 807 Virginia avenue at 230 oclock Tuesday aft ernoon Your will roll farther at the Sunnyside Grocery Hear the latest Edison Discs at the Parker Furniture Co It will be worth your while to see the Bible College display ad in this issue CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day BOOKS FOB BENT FOR ItHXT To young men first class room with single beds Sleeping porch ir desired Thone 402 Hlack COT S Fourth St Koiirtu and Conley KOU ISiNT During Second Semester for girls a nicely furnished front room vacated lv sorority glrN Phone 12U7 r call at Ills Pniiiiii l iustf FOR ItKNT -South front room on sec ond floor Iieiled Ilione CH While 707 Hltt I US R...

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. — 20 January 1918

L Page Poir Lot 1- SPORT By AMocUted Press ST LOUIS Jan 19 Failure to take advantage of floor space lack of polish in individual and team play and weakness in throwing baskets explain the second defeat of the Washington University basketball team at trancis oymnasium usi night The score was 2C to 23 Missouris team play counted for the tory There was some improvement in Washingtons attack last night also a weakness in the dfensi With about three minute- to play the score Mood 20 to 20 Wackhef and made baskts and a pair of free throws gave the victors their extia o points Washington netted three points but could not close the gap QUAIL AKE DYING IX MISSOURI Farmers Are Requested to Feed the Birds Ily Associated Press ST LOUIS Jan 10 Quail throughout Missouri are dying from want of food and thousands more will perMi if the cold weather continues Tim nirmiughaiii state game and fish fommiisioner says Air Birming ham isoiied an appeal to all farmers to feed the quail The state will re ii...

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. — 21 January 1918

w LI TENTH YEAR HALLSVILLE AGREES IT T08ELL CANDY Merchants Decide to Abolish Trade Till End of War if Necessary FIRST TOWN IN U S Has Priority So Far as Known Huntsdale and Browns Follow Hallsville merchants agreed Satur day to sell no more candy The agreement is to stand good as long as sugar is scarce or for the duration of the war if necessary N T Gentry county food adminis trator was present when all the mer chants of the town met and decided the matter He says they were strongly for it Browns and Hunts dale followed Hallsvilles example this afternoon when the merchants agreed to sell no more candy So far as is known Hallsville is the first town in the United States to reach suJi an agreement Hallsville has been active in all war work and has gone over the top in doing its share This town of 100 and vicinity furnished 17- C31S3 for Ked Cross Y II C A and Liberty Loan funds Hockyfork Township in which Hallsville is lo cated did more for Red Cross and the Y M C A fund than any ot...

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. — 21 January 1918

Jimi HHn B mBKT wf it j5jH n F f s I I I Pnjje Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MiMIIBIt OK ASSOCIATED IRiS8 The AUitei Iri 1 excluslTely en lltlml t tlir e for rejiuIjllratloD or all lliMilriM credited to tt r not nllirru Ixe rrolltiil In llils paper anil aluo lie lcwil new pnlillnheil liereln fulillxlinl rrry nenlne errpt Huturiliij ml Miwliiy unci Sunday mornlnic Tlie MIoiirlD Awm ltlan lnforpornt ril loliinill Mn office Virginia linUlIm Iiinitalm Ilmnrxt Itunlnesii 5 Newt 24 rut red at tie postoirtce Colunihli Mo its tfcnuil claiK mull city PBr J37T 3 iitontlis 110 month Hi tfut tPJ 2 cent ilv mull In Hoone lounty lear 3 2i 0 month J1T5 3 uioritli W nt of Itooiie County ear HW 3 iintliH S123 month 40 teut Niitlonnl AiiriTtlnliiK HepreeiitiitUea ireiiler Klieerer Co Klftli Avenue ilullltuic New VorV Teoplen Jn llulld i Clilcifo IIOlSK IIIUTIM Ono benefit will 1m tlciivcil from the coal famine here ami in other places Persons will possibly learn to Ret almiK Willi loss heat They will le...

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. — 21 January 1918

w jrARKIAOE PUTS 31EN IN CLASS 4 Registrants Must Prove They- Are Not Attempting to Evade Draft Draft registrants who have married since May 18 probably will not see military service at least until the first three classes of registered men are exhausted The district appeal board in Kansas City has announced It would grant deferred classification to registrants married since the pas sage of the Selective Service laws who produce proof to convince the board their intention to marry was formed previous to the enactment of the Draft Law The district board at Joplin which has jurisdiction over Boone County appeal cases has made no announce ment as to classification of registrants who have married since May 18 In cases where the registrant has been placed in Class 1 by his local board and has appealed to the district board for deferred classification be cause of his wife acquired since May 18 his appeal will be granted pro vided he substantiates his claim is the rule of the Kansas City bo...

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. — 21 January 1918

Page Four ALL HEARTS SHARE IN SORROW HE SAYS The Rev T W Young Pays Tribute to Dr Watson in Funeral Service A TRUE GENTLEMAN Known to Columbians as The Good Doctor Was Typical Virginian The following tribute was paid to Dr B A Watson at the funeral serv ices yesterday afternoon by Dr T W Young of the First Baptist Church Our hearts are subdued to a com mon sorrow because death claims toll of another of Columbias most highly honored and most useful citizens No words of mine are needful to make sure the high honor and esteem in which he has so long been held in this community And it would be impossible to And a community so well qualified to estimate the worth of a fellow citizen and so discrimi nating as to accord each one only his rightful place in the social structure and one so highly favored With a distinguished company of eminent men and noble women The history of this community from its beginning illustrates the facts just stated And our honored citizen and friend filled most w...

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. — 22 January 1918

i Ifi H TENTH YEAR 10 FARMERS WANT PURE r s ccxnoVT returns HE BOARD Work of Examining Drafted Men to Be Finished as Soon as Possible SEEDS Two More Assistants Employed in Testing Laboratory The work of the seed testing labora tory of the College of Agriculture has increased to such an extent that two assistants hate been necessary They are Miss Edith HIggins and Miss Blanche Scbjnitt Miss Rachel Holmes has been analyst for some time The increase in work is due to the greater interest which the farmers are taking in using pure seeds to produce bumper war crops About half of the tests made are for farmers and the other half are for seed men who have agreed this year to have all their seeds tested The seed testing laboratory is op erated by the College of Agriculture which furnishes the laboratory and apparatus and the United States De partment of Agriculture which sup plies analysts SWEDISH AIR SERVICE TO OPEX Land fur II Intermediate Stations AI- read Partly Acquired Correspondence ...

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. — 22 January 1918

R w IA I p Page Tno THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMDEIt OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Tbe Associated Preu 1 eicloilrelj to titled to tbe nie for rtpubllcstion of til tiewi ditpatcbei credited to It or not otherwise credited In tilt paper and alio tbe local netra publlabed herein Inbllihrd Trolm except Saturday ad Hands- and Bandar morula b The MlssourUn Association Incorporat ed Columbia Mo Office Virginia Building DowciUlrr 1lionea Bullae 55 Newa 274 Watered at tbe pottofflce Colombia Mo as aecond elasa mall City Year 373 3 montba J LOO montk 40 centa copy 2 ceota By mall In Boooe County Year 3 23 8 montba 1175 J montba 90 centa lutilde of Boone County Year ttM montba al25 montb 45 centa National AdrertlalnK Representatives Carpenter Scbeerer Co Fifth Arena Rulldlnr New York Feoplea Gaa Baud Coles fo BAD COINS ABE TOOK FKIENDS The king ot counterfeiters Sam Tate has learned that his counter felting success was also a counter felt His success was measured by a few hundred dollars and a few months ...

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. — 22 January 1918

LIBEL LI DEFINED BY F I leu School of Journalism Prints Address by Former Solicitor-General RIGHT OF CRITICISM Bulletin Shows to What Ex tent Newspapers May Comment on Courts That courts arc not to be regarded as immune from criticism by he press is one of the points made by Frederick W Iehmann LUD ot the St Louis bar former solicitor-general of the United States in a bulletin soon to be issued in the Journalism Scries by the University of Missouri The bulletin gives in full a compre hensive address delivered by Mr Leh mann before the School of Journalism on The Newspaper and the Law By citing historic cases of out standing interest the author traces the changing attitude toward the press in America from the days of Sir William Berkeley who thanked God that there was no printing press in Virginia to the days of newspaper freedom guaranteed by law At the same time he shows how the news papers arc made legally responsible for the maintenance of a high stan dard of integrity Safeguard ...

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. — 22 January 1918

2 J Vage Foot SIDELIGHTS ON DRAFT WEDDING DATE FORGOTTEN Men of draft age In filling out their questionnaires lately found to their surprise that they themselves had a history Some had forgotten the most vital points such as the date of their mar riage the place and the name of the preacher who married them In many cases the woman had to come to her husbands aid on such points One man said Well I got the girl thats all that counts But accord ing to the lawyers who helped with the questionnaires the women looked at the matter in another light Their minds were apparently very clear on this matrimonial matter When it was impossible to bring the wife along to verify her hus bands statements the man produced a memorandum made by the wife showing date of marriage how many children and their ages or he showed a marriage certificate One man brought his wife to town but feeling capable of answering any question which the lawyers might ask set about filling out the ques tionnaire while the wi...

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. — 23 January 1918

THR EVENING TENTH YEAR LOCAL BRICK PLANT IS DAie BY FIRE Machinery Room and Clay Shed With Contents Are in Ruins LOSS NOT KNOWN Blaze Starts From Flames Used in Thawing Frozen Pipes The machinery room and clay shed of the Columbia Brick Company the building in which is housed all the machinery to run the brickyard caught fire about 9 oclock this morn ing In a half hour it was a mass of ruins The fire covered the whole building In five minutes says W S Roberts manager of the yard who was work ing in the building at the time An alarm was turned in to the fire de partment but before it could reach the companys plant the fire had practically burned itself out Lake nan M Price It H Price Jr S P Conley and Carl Stookey are the owners of the plant The loss was only partly covered by Insurance The plant is located about three quarters of a mile east of Columbia The men working about the plant were called as soon as the fire started and used fire extinguishers and water buckets on the flames...

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. — 23 January 1918

I W3S r 1 Pag Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PBE8S Ttic Associated Pnu li exclMlrely en titled to tbe use for republication of all in dlapatcbet credited to It or oot therwlw credited In tkla paper and alio lie local news published herein loblUbed erery Tenlns szeept Saturday nil Kuoday and 8nad7 mtralut T The Mlxonrlan Aiioclstlon Iacrprt ed Colombia Mo Phones UdloK Downstairs Baslness 53 News 274 Entered at tbe postofflce Colnmbla as second class mall Mo City Tear SJ75 3 months 1100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents Hjr mall In Boone County Tear 323 6 months 1173 3 months 00 cents outside of Boone Count Tear 14X0 3 months 3123 month 45 cents Nitlonsl Adrertlilnr Representatlras iirpenter Scbeerer Co Fifth Arenne Italldlns New Tork Teoples Gas Build r CBlesjo KNOW THYSELF If the draft questionnaires did noth ing else they would teach the regis trant many things about himself that he had heretofore been merely guess ing at Now Uncle Sam knows al most as much about them as...

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. — 23 January 1918

LEAGUE OF PACIFIC PEOPLES ADVOCATED Prof T B Veblen Addreses Social Science Institute in New York City FOR SECURE PEACE Reconstruction Policy Should Include Provision for In ternational Good Will Thorsteln B Veblen professor of economics of the University of Mis souri speaking before the annual meeting of the National Institute of Social Sciences at the Hotel Astor in New York said that any policy of reconstruction which did not include provision for international peace and goodwill in addition to domestic pros perity and content would not be se cure says the New York Times The subject of Professor Veblens address was The General Principles of a Policy of Reconstruction The underlying and controlling purpose of any reconstruction is peace said Professor Veblen turn to the status quo ante out of Therefore the aim is to avoid a re which the war has come Recon struction means such a revision or correction of the existing system of law and order as will accomplish this purpose I believe...

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. — 23 January 1918

1 A r j f 1 PagglFonT REBATE CHECKS Redeemable in THRIFT STAMPS The Missouri Store Company Will Redeem All Merchandise Rebate Checks Issued From Friday January 25 th To Saturday February 2nd Inclusive At 6o Of Their Face Value - LIBERTY LISTS WILL- SELL THRIFT STAMPS Shoe Factory Employes to Allot Part of Wages Ev ery Payday FOREMEN TO HELP Company Will Give War Savings Certificate for Filled Thrift Card Liberty Lists whereby the plojes of the Hamilton Brown Company will assign part of wages to the purchase of em Shoe their thrift stamps ecry regular payday Is the latest move In the War Saving cam paign John P Tehan assistant superin tendent of the factory will give the lists to the foremen of the various departments who will circulate them among their employes Opposite their names the men will put down the amount of thrift stamps they wish to purchase every payday The shoe factory will purchase the stamps for them There are about 300 workmen In the factory and all will have a chanc...

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. — 24 January 1918

I TENTH YEAR ON THE E TAKES L IN 1A1G SOLDIERS Chance to Get Preliminary Training Offered to Men in First Classes FACULTY UNIT AIDS Instruction Given by Major Craigie Will Be Passed Along to Others The University of Missouri so far as known here has the first military company of faculty men engaged in regular drill and Boone County if present plans mature will be the first county in the United States to un dertake the training of drafted men before they go Into camp The pro posal to give men in Class la the benefit of a rudimentary training In order that thy iray make quicker progress after entering camp is the Gutgroth of the work now being Jan m W EVENING THE CALENDAR W 28 Mid year examinations at the uDiTenity Jan 28 29 RegUtratlon for aemeiter at the UnlTeraltr Jan 29 Opening convocation of aecond aemetter at the Unlreralty Feb e Flnal debate tryont 730 Wednea day night Y M C A Audi torium done by the faculty members under school of the soldier the squad and the supervision of M...

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. — 24 January 1918

I g 1 r I ii Vfi li y ii i - - - Page Ttto THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED TRESS The Associate Press Is exclusively en titled to tlie uie for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local nens published herein Published eiery eenlnit encept Saturday aiil 8unda and Sunday mornlnE by The Mlssourlan Association Incorporat ed Columbia Mo Office Virginia lluIldlnR Downstairs Phones Iiusluess S3 New 274 Entered at the postofflce Columbia Mo us second class mall City Year 3T3 3 months 100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents Itv null In llooue County Year 325 0 months 173 3 months 90 cents Outside of lloonc County Year 4u0 3 months fisa niontn -ii cenis National Advertising RepresenUtlves Carneuter Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Building Cbk JRO GLASS TUBES AND MERCURY At first thought we havent much use for a thermometer it is only a glass tube with some mercury fast ened to a graded scale In winter when we know it is at least ...

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. — 24 January 1918

i 1 1 i ENEMY ALIENS TO G PROOF TO U S Will Show Willingness to Conform to Laws Savs Chief Whitesides SHOULD BE CAREFUL Registrants Should Under stand All Questions Before Signing Affidavit German enemy aliens who are re quired to register between February 4 and 11 with the chief of police un der the proclamation of President Wilson should understand that in so doing they are giving proof of their peaceful disposition to the Govern ment and of their willingness to con form to the laws of the United States according to an announcement of Chief of Police J L Whitesides reg istration olllcer for Columbia The announcement says that every registrant should read carefully the form of registration affidavit handed to him and ask the registration offi cer for explanation on all points not clear to him before attempting to fill out the blanks Registration officers are instructed to give registrants all possible aid in the way of explana tions and advice Each registrant is required to furnish...

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. — 24 January 1918

w n I C K -T-WT W B NOWELLS NINTH AND WALNUT PHONE 74 Extra Large Queen Ojives quart r - - Extra Fine Kraut pound -Lake White Fish 6 pound pail Lake White Fish 10 pound pail -Lake Herring 8 pound pail U S Food Administration License Number G 4937S PHONE 74 WANTED Two bright young men who have sales ability Call at Room 508 Daniel Boone Tavern evenings after 6 oclock Only 2 More i Days f 25c 6c 105 140 145 Big Clearance Shoe Sale Watch Our Windows 800 Broadway C A delicate sentiment cannot properly be expressed without note paper in keeping C We haveall the quality makes in Stationery of dignity and refinement suitable for all occasions Scotts Book Shop Books 920 Broadway Magazines ON SALE ALL THIS WEEK White Kid White Buck5 Black Brown and Grey Kd cloth and kid top lace boot wood covered and leather Louis heels 800 and 1000 values Special price 685 Rogers ApparelShop 818 Broadway mo to I o I I jo ff I 685 THEEVENUfa tMISSOUBIAJf ffHUBSDAY JAKT7ABT I 1013 TERRI Troops Have Retired Fr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 25 January 1918

TENTH YEAR THE EVIENING MISSOURIAN ENOUGH FUEL HERE WITH DJOMN SIGHT Columbia Coal Dealers Fair ly Prepared for Zero Weather COLD WAVE COMING Weather Man Predicts Mer cury Will Go Below Mark by Sunday The weather man today predicts an other cold spell for Columbia with a drop In the mercury to zero and pos sibly below by Sunday morning Though the forecast looks a bit gloomy for Columbia which has just recovered from a fuel famine the local dealers and Boone County mines report they will be fairly prepared to supply the demands in case of such a drop in temperature The Blackfoot mine Is producing about a thousand bushels dally and Is hauling constantly Likewise the loone County Coal Companys mine s producing up to the average and is hauling Into seventeen and eighteen loads daily Smarr Algeo report conditions favorable at the mines with the present condition of the weather They are hauling seven and eight loads dally local Dealers Prepared Local dealers importing coal say they will b...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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