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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN 3K EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1916 SIX PAGES NUMBER 302 W NQ CHANGE REPORTED IN RAILWAT TROUBLE Action of President Wilson Is Approved by Rail road Employes. THE CALENDAR DEMAND H-HOUR DAY Presidents of Firm in the Criticise Roads Are Demands Wilson. Ily I'nitetl Pres. WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. With Wil ou's proposals of an eight-hour day, regular overtime and commission to investigate details, accepted by em ployes and rejected by employers, the strike situation tonight was apparent ly at a stand-still. The official belief is that if con cessions are made it will be to such big interests as the Pennsylvania lines, and New York Central. The railroads tonight stand unequivocal ly for arbitration. September H, 13. 16. Thursday, Friday ami Saturday University en-trini-e CM ruinatious. Septemlier is. 19, 20. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday University registra tion. September 20. Wednesday Opening Con-vM-atioii. University Auditorium, It a in...

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. — 20 August 1916

f Page Two THE DAILY MISSODRIAX, SUSDAT XORMJiG, AUGUST 20, 1916 SUV PEOPLE UNITED THRU EUROPEAN WAR Internal Dissention and Strife Is Broken By Hardship of the Conflict. States forming one association to aid the army: This body would be like the All-Russian Municipality L'nion, which brings city dwellers into public work. Lastly, if American country folks and city people should join hands by I means of a joint board to control things and prevent overlapping, the I result would be what the Russians have achieved in their Central Com mittee of members chosen by the All-1 ADC invi! m P7 A V ' Russian Zemsto l'nion and by the AKE. LU1AL 1U LAAK All-Russian Municipality l'nion. War Industry Committee Help, TEACHERS WILL HOLD 2-DAY MEETING HERE CITY AND CAMPUS Mrs. Will Ridgway and daughter returned to Hallsville after visiting Mrs. Ridgway's mother, Mrs. William Robinson. Annual Gathering to Be at' Mr. and -Mrs- -N- T- kitchen. Jr.. . r U and daShter Elizabeth, went to the County Courth...

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. — 20 August 1916

THE D.ULT 3IISS0UBIAX, Sr.M)AY .M()KMM. AUGUST 20, l!ll(! Fage Fhe k: ., JAPAN NOT WORRYING OVER U.S., SAYS PROF. FRANK LEE MARTIN AFTER A YEAR SPENT IN TOKIO University of Missouri Journalism Teacher Tells of Leave of Absence Spent in the Orient Says Japanese Do Not Want a War With the United SMtes and That Their Navy Is in Poor Condition Censorship of Newspapers Strict Police Prevent Publication of Interview With High Government Officials People Are Progressive. That the apparent belief on the part of a great many Americans that a war between the United States and Japan w ill come soon is a remote pos sibilitv , that Japan is not keeping vigil upon the United States so much a upon the movements of China and that the Japanese are a versatile and progressive people, is the opinion ex pressed bj Prof. Frank L. Martin of the School of Journalism, who re turned Tuesday with his family from a .stay in Japan that lasted over a period of fifteen months. In May, 1915, Professor Martin was ...

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. — 20 August 1916

"to I Page Six THE DAILY MISSOUBIAJf, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST Xi, 11' BROWNS MEET BLUES FORTHEFOURTHTIME Mobcrly Has Former Ameri can Association Pitcher in the Lineup. PITCHES 3-HIT GAME COLUMBIA NOTES Bumstadt, New Southpaw, Will Pitch For the Tay lor Aggregation. Tlie Columbia Drowns will be up against the best twirler they have had to face this season whey they line ui at Moberly this afternoon for their fourth clash with the Moberly Blues. Pitcher Smith, the property of the Kansas city Hlues, was not able toet along with cither the manager of the American Association team or with the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conningham on College avenue. L. V. Ellis went to Princeton, Mo., yesterday morning for a two weeks' j visit. j Mrs. Clara Hickman went to Switz- ler. Mo., yesterday morning. . Mrs. Wells Burnett went to Kansas City on a visit yesterday morning. Bev. A. V. Pasley left for Hunts- vilie yesterday morning to deliver a sermon today. I F. 31. WALTERS LEAVES 1'ITY Mr. an...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN th,-j t0J the. EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916 NUMBER 303 us :I I-1 i, m e 4 3 1 1 1 40 R, R, PRESIDENTS THE CALENDAR Wilson Makes Appeal to the Chiefs to "Keep the Roads Running." NO DEFINITE RESULT Washington Officials Now Realize Possible Loss of Nation's Crop. September 14. 15. 1G. Thursday. Friday :il(l Saturday University en trance examinations. September IS, 19, iO, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday University regtra tlon. September -"0. Wednesday Opening Con vocation, Unlverlty Auditorium, 11 a. m. September I'l, Thursday University class work in all divisions begins. the executives' committee will sug gest a compromise resolution. Garret son told the United Press: "The President lias announced what he regards a fair plan for settlement. If there be any deviation it will not be from our side." ATTEND COMMITTK MEETING Democrats to Plan Coming Campaign at Jefferson City Tomorrow. BULGARIANS THE WEATHER ! Won't Stop Proposed Decrease. Il...

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. — 21 August 1916

&& THE DAILY 3IISS0URIAS, MUMlAY, AUGUST 21, 1916. raw Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Iullilir(l firry rrninc rcrpt aturday himI unila) r und hunilay mornlnic by Tlir lUhoiirian .soi latlon, Im orporat rl, Columbia, Mo., 1 rank II. Klnff, 1'rrNldrnt anil Kilitor; .. i. Illnman, llulnt 3lanacrr. AJJns .ill commuiilc.itioiis to tiii: kaii.y jiissouiman ColumMa, Missouri. Office: Vlrcinli IJuiMlni;. Downstairs flumes I!uHlnes, rT; News, 274. IlntiTiil .it tlie poKtofflre, Columbia, Mo, as Mfond-U.iii, mail. Year, liSl; luontli, 2T. renin; copy, ." cents. S. 31. JORDAN IX CHAUTAUQUA E Farmers Institute Lecturer Spends Vacation on Chautauqua Circuit. Samuel M. Jordan, farmers' institute lecturer of the State Board of Agri culture, is taking his vacation this wirtntli fitwl a Enflnillnc if lorcrnl,- In chautauaua work in Missouri, Illinois .Travelers Departing for Den and iowa. i mark Are Mr. Jordan has lectured before many audiences and on many differ ent topics. On the Chautauqua plat...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 August 1916

Iiin 5K V THE DAILY MISSOOBIAK, 3IO.MUY, AUGUST 21, 1916. ITALIANS ARE GLAO TO BE IN THE Big Celebration Is Staged at End of the First Year of Conflict. WOMEN ARE AN AID They Take the Place of the Men Who Are Fighting at the Front. This is the last story on the IKtpular spirit or tlie various -warring countries to be published in this series. Tomorrow a series on the war's effects on the various countries now lighting will start. The first story is by Carl V. Ack erman, I'nited Press Staff Corre Iondent at Berlin. He will tell what effect the war has had on Germany. rOl'ULAK Sl'IKIT IX ITALY lated to dishearten a people, was cur rent. Stories ct enemy advances and al leged traitors in Italy's own camp, of alleged captures and annihilation of important generals and regiments were on many tongues. Nothing, however, could dis-spirit the coura geous people. "Temporary reverses" only hard ened their determination to win and whipped their pride to greater ef forts. Therefore they celebrat...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 August 1916

'"&&"&&& VIV-W' -, THE DAILT MISSOURIAJf, 31QMLVT, AUGUST 21, 1916. Pace Fonr BROWNS LOSE 10TO 5 TO MOBEBLY TEAM Caldwell Holds Locals Five Hits and Strikes Out Seven. to I Postoffice Schedule SPOKAN E A TAYLOR IN THE BOX Dippold Relieves Manager in the Eighth and Fans Six Batters. General Delivery division open from 7 a. m. until 8 p. m. Money order and registry division open from 8 a. m. until 5:40 p. m. Parcols may be registered at the stamp window from 5:40 p. m. until 7:30 p. m. Postal savings department open from s a. m. until o:iu p. m. Stamp division open from 7 a. m. until 6 pm. Stamps are sold at the JTQ RAVE J3 MONTHS general delivery window from C p. m. until S p. m. j Holidays. i Twenty-Eight Days in Month All departments of the office are op- The Rev. M. P. Haines Asks That World Adopt His Plan January 1, 1922. CITY AND CAMPUS One Extra Day at the Start of Each Year. The Hrowns, or one might almost say Dippold, started out and finished up like winne...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916 NUMBER 304 EIGHTH YEAR DECISION ON STRIKE UP MR, CHIEFS President Wilson Has Made Final Propositions to System Heads. THE CALENDAR September U, l.". 10. Thursday, Urlday mid Saturday University en Iramv examinations. September IS, ID, 20, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday University registra tion. September -0, Wednesday Opening Con vocation. University Auditorium, 11 a. tn. September 21. Thursday Unlerslty class work in :lll divisions begins. COST IS 330,000 A DAY Expenses of Daily Confer ence With the Presi dent Is Great. lsy ROBERT J. BEXDER (lulled I'ress Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Aug. 22. The greatest industrial struggle in the his tory of the country hangs in the bal ance today. The question of acceptance or re jection of the proposals made by President Wilson in an effort to avert a striKo tnat would lie up tne rail roads of the country has now been passed to the men whose money is invested in the great arte...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1916

Page Two THE DAILY MISSOOKIAX, ITKSDAY, Alt.TST , !!)!(!. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ublUlird rrrry riming (rxrept Suturday nd holiday) and Sunday morning by The MUfcourlan Asportation, Inrorporat rd, C'olumhia. Mo., 1'rank II. Klnff, I'rehldrnt and Kdltor; A. (. Illnman, lSulnr Manacrr. Aililres all eummbnlcntlons to Till: DAILY MISSOL'UIAN Culumlilj, .MKsonrl. office: Virginia Iluililliig. Downstairs 1'lione.s: Huslness K; Neng, 274. KutvreU at tlie postofficv, Columbia, .Mo., as secoutl-clas! mall. Vear, $2JW; iiiuutli, j ceuls; copy, . cviils. Tlie Alls.suurlau recriio the dispatches of the L'nltwl Tress Asioelatlous. .Member, Audit liureau of Circulations. AKK STKKKTS SI TKIUXMWTKD.' When Columbians started paving streets a decade :iki they worked won ders. Mile after mile of costly but lirm pavement was laid. We are not through with tlie last jet but the first is calling to be done oier again. A fiie-block stretch on South Fifth street has been almo.st ruined bj the town's negHsen...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1916

ML 1 T Tv THE DAILY MISSOURIAJi, TIE-SPAY, AL(JUST 22, 1!)1C. Page Thr.'- PLANS OF AN ATTRACTIVE HOME ' ' -; -f Tj-iiHiM f g I Til I . ... i-l-Jiih f K NO SUPPLY SCARCITY Teutons Are Not Worrying About Present Think of the Future. jFOOD HAS BEEN BAD , But Great Improvement Has Taken Place in the Last Few Months. This is the lirst story iu the ser ies cm the effects of the Kuroiican war. Tomorrow Kd K Keen. Cuited I'ress Staff Correspondent at London, will tell what effect the war has had upon England. .. - i..M S. . . t..C J-S. '. iri-r.V.i ""W". .MXr. iK-4 A llr;:nl I'roiil IloiKe Cosjiii!.- l..1i!;t. HcxriHiH lit : liarlc S. SmIsh icK. I ticov I1 '" T I 7.3 . I f; - lrMhcLj pr-J;. j Tfrj A liroad front a ue is always to be preferred where the size of ground will admit of it. The Iicuse we are il lifetrating has a frontage of :!T feet fi inches exclusive of the sun parlor on the risht which is 10 feet, and the depth of the main part is IV. feet. There is a liberality of look and an...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 August 1916

WL THE DAILY MISSOUHUJf, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1910. Pa?e Four Jt 1 SOUTH AMERICANS RESENT BLACKLIST Buenos Aires People on Had Terms. work jointly merits. ! During the time he was in the Uni versity Mr. Kinnaird was student as sistant in zoology cue year and stu dent assistant in agronomy one year. i Since leaving school he has been in - - i -- i ,i i charge of the department of agricul- Bntish Government and the,,,. ,, ,..,., ,,, Vnr,,,ni inn; .l .!- nv- UWIV .,.,..... 1 school, in connection with his work at the normal school he did a consider able amount of work among the far mers of Xorthwest .Missouri. for these two depart-5 VAHW VOLUNTARILY GIVES IT i ed to their home in after visiting friends Jefferson City, in Columbia. LIST IS INCREASING England Says Many Firms Do Business With Both Brit ain and Germany. WII.I K. A. JUIMJE AT SULI,IVA EAIK Hy CHARLES P. STKWAIIT (I'nlto.l I'rcs St:iff CorrrsiiomleiiO BUENOS AIRES. Argentine. Aug. 21. South Americans resent the llrit ish blac...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1916

"'(K-iW1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916 NUMBER 305 60? TICKETS SOLO TO HALL BENEFIT Tom Taylor and E. S. Steph ens Are Now In Lead as Salesmen. SOLD Prof. L SO YESTERDAY M. DeFoe Will Be In Charge on the Open ing Night. Eight j tickets were Mild jesterday for the benefit performance of the new Hall Theater The committees, were finishing the (list day campaign, which accounts, far the difference be tween the sale of the first two dajs The .standing in the Salesmen League was upset, when the committee com posed of Tom Taylor and K S. Ste phens went into the lead Jacks, Evans, and Mcllarg were in a slump, hut swear vcngeince todav Tavlor anil Stepheiih. lead vos-terda) with 31 tickets sold The total number of tickets, sold is. now floT and not I '.no as 1 (-ported in this morning's pi ess. The committee will continue to work this week, and the territory of each committee will be changed One committee has not been heard from The committee...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1916

r THE DAILY MISSOORIAX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST git, 191C Paye Two I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN rubllhd rrtry cvcnlnc xcpt Saturday od fmnday) and .Sunday momlnt by The MLsourian Afctoclatlon. Inrorporat. rd. c olumbia. -io., i rank II. Kinr, 1'rrtildrnt and Editor; A. G. Illnman, Ilutlnr.. 3Ianaffrr. AiMreM all communications to Till: DAILY MISSOUHIAX Columbia, Mltsuurl. Office: Virginia ISuilJInc. Downstairs Phones: Iluiness, ."V5; Xews, 274. Ilnterol at tlie iotoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, $2-".0: luuutli, "" cents; c"i'J Ji cents. The MNuurian reccHes tlie dispatches of tlie L'ulted l'ress Associations. .Memlier, Audit Ilnreau of Circulations. WHO UKI'ltKSKNT IS! Offhand can you tell what was the occupation of your congressman or fctate representative before he became a member of one or other of the as semblies? The Independent in a recent issue charts the previous occupations of members of Congress in comparison with the occupations of the general voting public Tlie c...

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. — 23 August 1916

THE.DAIlT.MSSOPBIAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1910. Page Three 1k MS ENGLISH WAGES NOW I Food Rises 59 Per Cent In Great Britian 120 Per Cent in Germanv. RICH PAY HEAVY TAX Capitalists Pay Nearly 40 Per " . xr 1 y-v 1 cent l eany uniy a Few Beggaas Left. ferred large well-paying investments into smaller-pa ing government secur ities. Poor Are Rich. On the other hand, the manual la borer and Ills family are prospering as they neter could hae hoped to in peace time. eten though he has gone to the war, for in that event the chanc es that his wife and daughters and his under-age tons are working in munitions factories or elsewhere at wages he himself would hate been glad to get in other days. The war has temporarily remedied nearly a million and a half hundred weight more than in the correspond ing period of 1915; yet the govern ment returns show an increase in price to the consumer of 33 per cent, a total increase .since the war began of more than ."0 per cent. The govern ment is making a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 August 1916

Hl1ft;g- r,,-..,,. my mEs&fjz- t Page Four THE DAILY MISSOUBIAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST S3, 191(5. BATTLE OF B NATIONS EXPECTED IN BALKANS WILL IMPROVE THE COLUMBIA Conflict, Possibh Biggest of the European War Is Brewing Now. Theater Will Close for One Week New Picture Machine. The Columbia Theater will close August 26 for one week, to undergo J ?mnrnvnmptit mill rodecorations. ! "We will be closed for one week," i said William Karstetter, picture man-! 'ager of the theater this morning. "A new machine will be installed, and I with the direct current, we will have i a much better picture. The house will TEUTONS MAKE GAINS be largely repainted and redecorat- I ed. and will open September 4 for the French and British Both Re- !""intcr season." . ,, , It is the intention of the manage- port Losses to Germans !mcnt to rull a number of large fca. Last Night. I ture pictures, and the temporary clos- I ing is merely to get new equipment ity riilteil Press. j and have the house in good work...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 August 1916

5P?S f i' 413 V THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1916 NUMBER 306 CITY COUNCIL DID NOT Mayor Batterton, Fire Chief and City Attorney Reply to "Taxpayer." NO PAY FOR ARRESTS No Violation of State Stat utes in Raising Salary of the Policemen. The purchase of an atmliarj car for the Columbia Fire Department h the citj council is still m the bal ance The council will hold a spe cial meeting Tuesd.-j out according to Major J M Battel ton the matter ot purchasing the car will not even be diseussed and it is not Known when (U finite action will be taken m the matter In Tuesdaj s issue of the AIis soiiri.iu there appealed m the Open Column an article signed "Taxpajer" in which the agitation lor the bujmg of a car for Chief Kail Kurtz was again brought to liht In that article also the gavel was ued upon the po lice department, the supposedlj un lawful manner in which their salaries had been raised bj the council, and the promiscuousncss with which 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. — 24 August 1916

Page Two THE I)4ILV MISSOURI IX, Til I'llSIHV. AIWST HI. !!!. Ill f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN A WAITER'S LIFE IS JUST ONE SCRAP AFTER ANOTHER I'ublUhtd rrrrj- etcnlnc (except Saturday and Snnilar) and Sunday mornlnc b The MUsonrlan AtKocintlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo., I rank II. Kin?, I'retldeDt and Killtor; A. O. Illnman, lliisInehB Manaj-er. Aildros all communications to tiii: ijaiia JiissonriAN Columljli, Miourl offl-t-: Virgin! i Iiiillillns. Donnstiirs I'linnei. I!usines, A3: News. 274. I'utereil Jt Hie po'tofflce, Columliia, as second class wall. If an old. crusty bachelor uncle treats ou meanlj ou tliluk he is a grouch. If he should die and leave jou his nionej jou would say at least that he wasn't such a had skate after all So Ioiik as jou stand solid with Mo , - our sweetheart jou think she is the iejr, $-". month, '" cents; copy, 7 tents. Ilie MNourl hi natives the dUpitehei of the United J'fes AssocI itlons. Member, Audit Iluivm of Circulation-. THE -NEW ItKi .NAVY Thouc...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 August 1916

'fii Ik THE DAILY MISSOPBIAS, THCltSIiAY. AUOUST 21, 1UJC. FRENCH PEOPLELEND IN $3,000,000,000 IjUUUjUUUj Generosity of the Citizens Has Enabled France to Stav in Conflict. COST SI 8,000,000 A DAY Country Has Learned Many Things of Teutons Since Start of Strife. w kn i:iti:ts i ika.nu: Ity HEXItY WOOD (I'nitol l"iv Staff C(irrciinl-iit) PARIS. Auk. 21. Thanks largely to the historical "wollcn sock bank" of the thrifty French. France today is financially and economically support ing the war without any serious strain on her national life while new ele ments the war has injected into in dustrial and economic life assure France industrial expansion without precedent when jieace conies. At the cloe cf the war in 1S70. when Germany impoed an indemnity of one billion dollars it was the same "wollcn sock hank" that saved France. To date, the war has cost France some $s,000.C0O.O0O. ?:: per cent for military expense. To meet this gigantic financial bur den, the people have leaned the gov er...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 August 1916

I i ' I i I! tit ! HI! m s!1 ill Page Four THE DAILY MISS0UK1AX, Tlll'RSJUY, AUGUST '2i, 11. COMMERCIAL CLUB HEARS D, T, GENTRY 'to inspect extension- service! city council did not iirkak jiisso I'. S Department of Agriculture Chief i Will VMt 31. U. i UREAK 3IISSOURI LAWS (Continued from page 1.) Columbian Tells Business Men of the Life Insu rance Business. GIVES SOME FIGURES W. S. St And so far as the officers tj getting $1 for every arrest, that is SAX C B. Smith, chief of the extension work of the Xorth and West for the United States Department of Agricul ture, will spend next week at the Uni versity, inspecting the financial ac counts of the agricultural extension sen ice. Mr. Smith is under the immediate direction of Dr. A. C. True, head of the States Itolation Service of the Dc-1 tfte tire Department was not a per partment of Agriculture, who is per- j sonal matter with him in any way Clair to Talk on ' sonally known to a large number of and that so far as he was concerned , ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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