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

1 THE DAILY NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAyJSffOTNG?, DECEMBER 14, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 89 t if. .' .... -J. JUSSOURIAN w B ,- jrwi BE RMANY'S NTERNAL T Lord Northcliffe Says Trou--ble Due to Food Shortage g Has Brought Strained Re lations in Central Powers. ALLIES TO STAND - TOGE1 HtK 1JN 1UA France Warns: "Watch Out! Take Care!" Austrian Cabinet Resigns Effort Is Made to Form New One. By LOUD NORTHCLIFFE (Copyist. 191G, by the United Press; copyright in Great Britain.) LONDON, Dec. 14. Germany's peace DISSE NSION THOUGH CAUSE OF V? proposals are due to. the,fact. which interned neutrar correspondents ,in Berllri"ltad not' been permitted to inn dlcate, that during the last few weeks' grave internal dissensions have aris en over the food shortage and the reign ol terror. Moreover, relations 1iae been greatly sytched between the German and Austrian states and Uso with Turkey. The Prussian govj crnment also has learned that the Britsh Empire will, during 1917, pul forth equa...

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 December 1916

WT' Fi 9' y it-. i ri ft fc H"' figeTwo THE DAIIT MISSOCBIAJf, TKUX8B AX BTEglHQ, DECEMBER 14, !!. SPORT NEWS -and COMMENT By United Frew NEW YORK, Dec. 14. The grand flourish with which football in the East came to a close elevated coach ing to the highest joint It ever has reached. Those who declare that a leader gets too much credit for what he does, either In baseball, football, or other sports, will have to hold their peace with such mighty records as those turned in by LaurIe"Bank art. Tad Jones, and Dr. Henry R. Wil liams, not to mention the steady plugging that has characterized Percy Haughton's work eVer since he became the Harvard mentor. Jones and Bankart, the latter the Colgate teacher of football, are given full credit for the admirable per formances of their teams. Clinton R. Black, captain of the Yale team, de clared after the close of the season that a better coach never stepped on to a gridiron than Tad Jones. And Colgate students are paying Just the same homage to ...

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 December 1916

fcT HLY OR! GOODS BILL MVSISi ? Onlv 37 Per Cent of Colum" ; bia Housewives Buy Any- F thing Out ot town. THEY SEEK QUALITY asked questi6ns price Ties Courtesy and Ser- vice for Second Place in Getting Trade. The average J early expenditure of Columbia housewives for clothing and Arv eoods for themsehes and families counts to 1257.51 a family. These res are based upon an extensive cs .. .. intn the huvine habits of Columbia housewives that has Just been completed by the Missourlan In the investigation more than 500 homes in all parts of Columbia were . ...j -n housewives were visueu "- prepared questions. T -Where do you buy your drygoods .j ..inthine?" -Why do you buy aUhis particular storcT ..Do you buy any of these articles out of town?-' -no rou buy of catalogue houses? -How much do you spend for these lines each jear?" -Are you influenced in jour bujing by advertising?" More Than 400 Women Answer. Exactly 414 women answered these questions. In many cases where wom en do not kee...

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 December 1916

SS9,'?'i Pag Faar THE DAILY MI8S0DKIAJfTHUR AY ETENING, DECEMBER 14,'im. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Fabllahrd tYtrj aramlne (except Saturday ud Bandar) aad Saaday nMrmlag- by The MltMarUa Amaelatlea. IaeanMrat ed. Colasobla. Me, Fraak H. Klaar. Preeldeat aad Editor! A. a. Hlamaa. Baslacss Maaaswr. Address all communication! to THE DAILT MISSOUBIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, S3; News. 271 Entered at toe poitoffJce, Colombia, Mo, ai second-class mail. Year, S2JS0; month, 23 cents; copy. 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month. dv ccuia. National Advertising Bepresentatlres. Carpenter-Scbeerer Co, Fifth Avenue Build-1 log. New York; Peoples pas Building, Chi-1 cago. The Mlssourlan receives the dispatches of the United Press Associations. tVlIAT PART SHALL WE TAKE I With other neutral powers of the world the United States has been aaked to act as a messenger to carry the peace "feeler" of Germany to the capitals of the allied nations. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 December 1916

-"&ZBSPFSF? lfHJjfBqgp" ) " -i TY 1 $&WFWW 'YELLOWSTONE llO'S best pm r rharles Norton Hunt, in Un tiversity Auditorium, Tells of Natures wuiiucnanu. 800 ENJOY PICTURES Nation's Scenic Reservation as Large as Two Eastern States, Says Speaker. The scenic beauty of Yellowstone National Park as described and 11 iostrated with stereopticon views and noTing pictures by Charles Norton Hunt in the University Auditorium last night. Mr. Hunt is employed by tie Northern Pacific Railway, and he took his audience on a travelogue from Minneapolis through the park. About eight hundred persons were present. Mr. Hunt delivered a similar lecture here last year. The Yellowstone is the largest of fourteen national parks," said Mr. Hunt "It is as lar6e as two eastern states. It is the real wonderland of the world. An Ohio banker who has been around the world fourteen times says there is nothing anywhere that compares with it." The stereopticon views were beauti fully colored, although the speak...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 14 December 1916

- ?&$& i rafeSIx TIGERS FOR HONORED GREAT. YEAR (Continued from Page 1). Tttt: pArm xisseuRUW, thpksp -AT'tTEynrG,' decembeS W git It is not a pleasure to know or to take Into our homes and call him a friend. The fnture looks'brlght. Wo have the finest college spirit, and also the sup port of the administrative officials of tne University and the townspeople. "I see within possibly a year, a concrete bleacher on the north side of Rollins Field, the completion of the baseball field and an athletic annex to the south of Rothwell Gymnasium." past and the pride of Columbians off the 1916 team was the subject of J. L. Stephen's toast, "Tiger Teams Year by Year." He said that In twenty-six years, Missouri had possessed three Olympic athletes, a coach. John P. Nicholson, and Bob Simpson, the world's greatest athlete. Ad Stmi Bob Talked. "Athletics Foreign and Domestic." was the subject o'f the falk of Cap tain Bob Simpson. In-his talk he toI( of the trip to Sweden and of his in A. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 December 1916

tr.t t- 4; THE DAILY .a M i NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER IS, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 90 lilSSOtJRIAN - i" ' 1 L I I ALLIES TO SET FORTH ; OWH VIEOF PEACE Sentiment of People in Lon don Favors Ignoring the German Proposals. THREE PATHS OPEN tloyd-George Improyesf-To Speak Tuesday Fson , and Lansing -Confer. . -ny United Press LONDON, Dec. 15.-rA steady la crease In sentiment that the Allies, in rejecting Germany's peace" proposals should set forth their own -terms of peace, was manifested eVe today. 'Notwithstanding the continued illness of Lloyd-George. It is, known that the Allies, through the foreign office, have already begun Informal exchange ot views on Bethmann-Hollweg's proi posals. u i . There are three views intended as the ultimate course which the' Allien should adopt in answering the notes, based on the realization that the En tente Powers must carefnlly; avoid the pitfalls of the Teutonic nations. These plans are: ti First, a blunt rejection, o...

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 December 1916

pf;v:7;ifT."?1 ?f"Sr' Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIIK, FWDAY EYEXIHC, DECEMBER 15, 1916. EXHIBIT OF DESIGN SHOWS PLANS FOR COLUMBIA, TOO The man who was "first in war, first In peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen" was also first In landscape gardening. As Prof. H. If. Major, superintendent of grounds, led an audience about the exhibit room in the University Library last night, he mentioned that George Washington designed the landscape for His Mount Vernon home. The landscape design exhibit will close tomorrow. Among the designs for civic centers is one for Columbia. The plans ne cessitate the clearing out of several buildings that now obstruct the path of the proposed center. It has been estimated that It will cost $175,000 to bur this property In ordef to clear the grounds, and Professor Major said that although it is a large sum to raise, $50,000 is already assured and the complete realization of the plans is not beyond a possibility. A blue print of a fence design for t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 December 1916

18 THE DAILY M1SS0URIAN, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16, f 1C let Us jjB You Do Your Xmas Shopping ' Page Three 1 if g - s Ins p Renie Hardware Company GUITAR BUILDING Phone 1344 Auto Del. . j Service Here We Suggest Shopping Early We will be glad to send your parcel post or an express package for you, arid de- . liver your purchases. , on Xmas eve. " f'H& Renie Hardware Company GUITAR BUILDING Phone 1344 Auto Del. ' Service -.. nere -h '11 . &1-. . t Community Silverware 184 Rogers Bros. Salad Forks Individual Butter- Knives - Sugar Tongs and Spoons Fie Knives Bouillon Spoons lea bpoons Dessert bpoons Table Spoons Jce lea bpoons Carving Sets Electric Chafing Dishes Electric Coffee Machines Electric Percolators Aluminum Teakettles Complete line of ' a" i.f mm AGENCY Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup and Ebony Tread Tires and Tubes, guaranteed 5,000 and 6,000 miles. Mi&K a HOTPOINT TOASTERS MM W- ast&sraq JH CASSEROLES and BAKING DISHES $1-10 to $7.50 Wear Ever Cook- J ing Utensil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 December 1916

Fact .Fair THE DAU-YJflSSOtlBUtf, FRIDAY ETBMKQ, PECgMBKB',lg,,'W. ! it PabUshed every areolar (except Saiardax ad Bandar) and Bandar nwrnlnt by The Mlssanriaa Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ms, Frank II. Klnr, President and Editor! A. a. Hlnrnan, Bulam Kanarer. THE DAILY MISSOURI flalte,raWe-ntrib,lte,,1I1,8reto tbe social product. Not tbe least commendable feature of such education is that it creates sentiment against miscegenation and for social advance. , Mere cultural .education under pres ent conditions would mean generally arrogance, not self-respect; dissatis fied unproductlon, not the content of labor well-done; and still greater race friction. Industrial education solves these difficulties for both white and black. Address all communications to THE DAILY MI8SOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, S3; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. Year, J2.50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outsi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 December 1916

HH' """" TWWJ1'?1 I MsHfl-ft-rfflrrrWTSSiT. '!frVkJi'v " VJ3-1?' ' ' y":'Tw5 . k r 2i mil saw Ui HE? THE LATE CAMPBELL WELLS W.. Former Curator of the University His Home In Platte City. THE OPEN COLUMN A public forum for the discussion of things worth-while. Articles should be snort nd signed by the writer, as proof to the editor of good faltb. Signatures trill not necessarily be published. "Tep'and Profanity." Editor the Missourlan: Prom a cer tain Middle West university have for the last two years been coming la ments as to a decline in school spirit, a lack ot enthusiasm during the foot ball season, which raises the question whether profanity is necessary or de sirable, at mass meetings. It is a delicate question, which the writer would not attempt to answer by merely personal surmises. It calls for scientific investigation. As a small contribution to such an investigation, the writer calls attention to the reac tion of forty freshmen of the Univer rity.ot Missouri in. recent .e...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 15 December 1916

' Page Six THE DAILY WSS0UMA5, FWDAT EVEKDTQ, DECEMBER 15, 1916. HAS .NEWSPAPER US TEARS OLD StadeBt Preserres Edition TelUng of Fueral of WasklBgton. ' A newspaper 116 years old is the property of Gerald Lovell, a student in the Unirersity. The paper Is'the Ulster County (Pa.) Gazette and was published at Kingston, Pa., January 4, 1800. The fnneral of George Washington is the chief news of that edition. The paper is in mourning for this event Unlike modern newspapers, the big gest event is on the second page. Ex pression of sympathy by the Senate to John Adams, then President, for the great loss the!" country has had and his answer to the Senate these facts announced the death of General Wash ington. Under the head, "Latest Foreign News," are published three to flre-month-old accounts of the First Na poleonic War, then raging in 'Europe, ber 14, 1799, more than three months before this edition ,is mentioned. The edition contains an account of the En glish defeat at Zurich, October ...

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 December 1916

-v THE DAILY MISSOURIAN 'JJINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, D ECEMBER 17, 1916. ' TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 91 i r-v 1f-- It JIOTON PEACE TERWS FORWARDED BY U. S. " Bci-Hnonfirms French Gain Near Verdun, but Claims Success in Rumania. SHELLING BY ALLIES Germany Prepared to Submit Peace Proposals Wil son Hopeful. Yesterday's War Moves. Berlin authorities confirm the ex . tent of France's victory north of Ver dun, stating that the German troops hd' gone hack to prepare their sec ond line positions. Berlin claims a successful drive toatheast of Zillebeke in the Ypres .ector whereby the British troops Were returned to their second line positions. X Russian statement admits the capture of Russian positions in the Carpathians after hitter fighting. A dispatch from Athens reports the government's complete acqulscence In the demands of the Allies for dis armament. The Teutonic advance in Rumania is apparently continuing. Berlin reports the last Teuton ar my had reached the road from ...

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 December 1916

- j -u THE DAIIT MISSOUBUlf, SUIfDAT MOMtDTe, DECEMBER 17, 1916. Fae Two phies -and the Kansas football were f used to decorate the gym. Refresh ments were served upstairs on"" the running track. President and Mrs. A. Ross Hill, Prof, and Sirs. C. L. Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schulte were chaperons. y m-?1 ."4 "Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat" and everyone else is getting busy. How otherwise can one account for the sudden lull in so ciety affairs, unless through Christma s shopping and preparation for revels to come? Winter sent out an advance agent in the snow storm last week, but it brought skating as compensation for the cold. Afternoons and even ings saw gay parties of town and Unl verslty folk, muffled to the teeth, as the detective stories say, going forth t o practice syncopation on the ice where cutting a Ann figure is llterall possible, if you know how. The Christmas vacation, which takes so many of the University set away, will bring back town absentees ...

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 December 1916

SRSJiHf,j ygr y p-J)f --"rc ''jasssssssKst I BnSlSSOURI STOCK JUDGING TEAM I !,iMI,BB1iajaaaaajaaaaaaaaaaaaa.jjjjpiJJ11aaBB '-'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal THB DAILY MISSOU&IAN, SUNDAY MORBHIfG, DECEMBEK 17, lift BASKETBALL TEAM SHOWS FORM to Pboto by Holborn M V. STOCK JUDGES STAND 1 NEAR TOP IN THEIR LINE Face Tkzee SHE INTERPRETS LORD'S FSAYER jnst how would the average person frtl If asked to pass Judgment on the world's grand champion stallion or the grand champion mare of the San - ., Exposition or invited to Lok over, from a professional's stand out America's highest-priced horse? Would be feel like Lue Lozier aboard the good ship Oscar II. Bob Simpson fter bis victories abroad, or the Ti mers after the final score at Law rence For exact information about these 'sensations, 'ask R. E. Miller of SaTwmsh, leader of Missouri's stock - . litx (nam. t lodging team, or any oue ui u. . mateZlF. Nuckols of Savannah, Rus gell Wiso...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

??-' r 3 I w PifeFMur THE PAff,T M&foPMAlf, JWPAY MOKWPfO. DECEMgMMytt- It Cwts lie to Sell Om CMt A. Gardner was fined $10 and costs In the police court yesterday morning for selling raincoats without a li cense. Mr. Gardner canvassed the country districts Friday, and when he returned to town Friday night he canvassed several persons and sold one coat He left for St Louis yesterday. Automobile Robes All wool scotch plaids, variety colors and prices Buggy Robes Horse Blankets Don't delay. Make your se lection before our assort ment is broken. Bowling Lmb'r Co. 8th and Cherry Phone No. 2 GLEE CLUB TO BEGIN CONCERTS POSTOEFIGE TELLS wnw TO SFTMD flTFT Wd.e..y I Dai Set lor First Pro- ... . glW M JUDer flOW. me pusunuco . "". mic '"" .. , M.n.Aiin ine instructions and suggestions ne- Tne umversw "" cegsary . tne Drompt and Bafe de. club will mane lis miuai ppcfiu. .,. , . v. before the student body this year "very of ChrliUnu . parcel. .be observ- Wednesday evening, January 17, wne...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

"srjw kt- Frr-WJJJfMyi -W' Jv-A w I i v THE DAILY JQSSOUKIAK, SPHBAY JORJiDiG," BECEMBEK 17, MM. y -HI m J Of HER IRK CHINESE KION Wis. John Lowe ReIates t0 . Local Baptist Society Ex " pcricnces in Orient. V FIELD 17 YEARS r ii' - Schools, Hospital and Chapel Established Outside of City's Wall. "fte Baptist wmen'8 iflsslonary cgdety has elected the following ot jjen for the coming year: President, J Frank Sharp; vice-president. ljw. E1U Sharp; secretary. Mrs. Phil ip Branan; treasurer, Mrs. Louis gwitiler. The opening of a mission taif class, to be conducted every jfcadiy, under the direction of Mrs. i C. Thornton, was announced. . Mrs. J. S. Wharton, in charge of the program. talked on "Are We Keeping ro with the Army of God in Conquer- isjthe World T' Miss Frances Beebe cf Stephens College sang "Nearer My Cod to Thee." Mrs. John Lowe, who las been for seventeen years a mis sionary in China, told of her experi ences In China and the opening of the missionary station at Lai Chou Fu...

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

W' -.- -.-.;. - - v? WS&& . - . - . -J - ''4T9tA. - :' V- - VM IflE' I I A I . 'flkfK - re sue t. , .. . - - I I WI5Tnfi53H0PPlWO I.. II ... J THE DAILY MMSOUMAIT. SUNDAY MOKHIKG. DECEMBEB 17, .tttt. TEACHERS PLAIT FOK JTEXT TEAK Executive Committee ef 8tate Associa tion Hears Reports. The executive cqWnittee of the State Teachers' Association met today at the oWce ot E. M. Carter, secretary of the association. In the Gordon Ho tel Building. The" men&ert of the committee are: T. "E. Spencer, St Louis; chairman R. H. Emberson, Co lumbia, C. A. Hawkins, MaryriHe, M. A. O'Rear, Springfield, H. L. Roberts, Cape Girar'deau, Ira Richardson, presi dent of the association, Maryrille, E. M. Carter, secretary of the associa tion, Columbia, Aside from the fiscal detailed busi ness taken up, a report of the finance committee was received and approved. The funds were reported to be about iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiifiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiu...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

!Swr'Vicsr ;? ';Wi!,,J-'T ,ji W THE DULY mSSOUMAK, 8PHBAY MOBKEfG, BECEMBEE 17, MIC XO HATE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM ' ftiBftB Clnb To Giro Short Plays and ' Musical Jinmber, Dec 18. The annual Christmas program of ' -the University German Club will be. riven In the Y. M. C. A. Auditorium at 7:30 Monaay nigni, uecemuerua, wnen varied program Of Tocal and Instru mental music and short plays -will bo rendered. "Der Chrlstabend," "a short Christ jias dialogue staged under the direc tion of Dr. Caroline T. Stewart will be presented by the following: N. Scar rltt, as Kurt von Sternfeld, Pabrlk besltier; Fraulein Albrecht, as Ma tllde, seine Frau; G. Lombard, as Max Ortner, "Werkmelster;- Fraulein L. Meinhoffer as Thekla, seine Frau; H. Brescher as Karl; C. Browne as Hans; and Fraulein Betz as Anna, the chil dren of Max Ortner; Fraulein A. Steele ss Berta, eine Waisc; Fraulein H. Steincr as Marie, Dienstmadchen; and E. Myers as Wurz, cin Arbeiter. "Christ! Geburt," also directed by Doctor Stewar...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 December 1916

W- RgggLJ swgwifjrvs .''' '"3t5 " ' -v,- p r F r)?e Efeat THE DAILY jnSSOUMAygQltPAIOKyraR'JECEiaEi 17, Hlfc. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pabllsbtd trrrr mains (except Satarday nd Sends?) and Sunday mnlni by The MliMiriu Associativa. Incarparat- rd. Column. , inu II. mm, rmldrn and Zditrr; A. O. Hlamaa, Business Slaaacer. Address all communications to THE DAILr MISSOOBIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Vlrclnla Building. Downstairs Phones: Business. 55; News. 274. Poland. If these warring nations ev er come to agreement ia erecting those buffer states, will they be neutral on ly in time of peace and then violated in time of. war? THE OPEN COLUMN Entered at the postofflce. Columbia, Ma, as secona-ciass maiu Tear, S20; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. National AdTertlsInR Representatives, Carnenter-Scheerer Co, Fifth Avenue Build ing, hew York; Peoples Gas Building, Chi cago. " The Mlssourlan receives the dispatches of the L'nfied 'rress Associa...

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