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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 December 1916

T ."" THE DAILY lfe Vk NINTH YEAR. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1916. MISSOURIAN I . (1 V NUMBER 95 'J I. '4 t I l If IL IS NEAR MR, L Bin NOTE Invasion of Rights Makes Sit uation of Neutral Power Intolerable, Wilson Says, in Demand for Showdown. NATIONS ON BOTH SIDES TO BLAME German Peace Proposal and Lloyd-George's Speech Do Not Influence Decision, Secretary Declares. By United l'ress WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. Plainly hinting that there is danger of the United States being drawn into war, Secretary of State Lansing this after noon said this was the real reason be hind the message of President Wilson to the belligerents. In this message President 'Wilson asked each country to state Its reasons for urging and carrying on the war. ' '. "The situation of the United States as a neutral is rapidly becoming in tolerable," Secretary Lansing said. "Therefore. President Wilson has de manded a showdown. Wilson's, note was dispatched to the warring powers last night. Lansing ...

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 December 1916

rr ) f I OA.-i. S7 FaftXw THI DAILY XISSOUBIAX, THUK8DAY EYESISQ, DECEMBER 81, Hit. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published Tery t1bb- (except Saturday ad Sunday) and Saadar anoraiaa; by Tlw WiMnrlma AimcUWob, Iacarparat d, Columbia. - Fnak K. Klif, President and Kdltar: Jrne I,. Gram. 0DIUWII pirrctors: Charles O. Boster, Mlu Gladys Baker. Don p. Patterson. Ira B. Hyde. Puke &. rarry. Kills II. Jones, Kntsel II. Hlehsrd.. Address all communication! to THE DAILY MISSO0RIAN Columbia, Missouri. THE OPEN COLUMN A public, forum for the discussion af things worth-while. Articles should be short and signed by tbe writer, as proof to tbe editor of good raltn. signatures will not necessarily be DUbDsbed. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as secona-ciasi man. Tear, $2.50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scbeerer Co, Fifth ...

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

r"-i. "y! -tgfuj'gyiasef ? wmBPyMm-ai THE DAILY MSSOUBLUf, THTOSP AY EYlXDfO, DECEMBER !, ttH. Fate Tbree I f NEWS and COMMENT B, United Tress NEW YORK, Dec. 21. A frankness tfcat Is admirable Is expressed In a letter to the Princetonlan, the college publication at Princeton University, L which the late lamented football team coached by "Speedy" Rush Is " riven a name that completely ab solved Hush from all blame. The writer says: "Last jear our team was accused of being 'yellow and a 'bunch of quit ters'; this year It is termed an or ganization of 'no brains. The latter 13 undoubtedly the case; our team was a dumb team. "It is pretty hard for any coach or set of coaches to instill brains into a crowd of seniors. If they haven't got them they won't acquire them in two months' practice. The team lost the Harvard game through lack of the proper thought, and the Yale game a week later for the same reason. "While I want in no way to criti cize the coaching, I do think there was a combin...

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

'j&RS&ite' fjrrf t. - "' . THE DADLT aPSSOUMAJT. TMTJ1SP AT EYIKfrft MC13QI il !! 2 MORE BMTLEJP POLICE (Continued from Page 1). CITY AND CAMPUS street, and the other at the home of Miss Francis Buntin, 509 Hitt street Both occured the date of the first rob bery of the Alpha Delta Pi house, 414 Hitt street. About 1:30 o'clock in the morning Miss Buntin was aroused by a noise In her room. She awoke to find a light on in an adjoining room and upon en tering the room found that it had been ransacked. With the help of students she searched the house but the in truder had escaped. He took with him silver. Jewelry and $10.75. At the Delta Gamma house the rob ber entered the room of Miss Margaret Million and Miss Marjorie Carpenter, and took valuables to the amount of tne wjnter at that place $75. Jewelry, a Winchester rifle, $7, threepalrs of spectacles and two fountain pens were stolen. After the holidays the young women identified a ring and a fountain pen among the articles obt...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 December 1916

sS5PjK?. --.iStiMhbS Sit THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 96 $&' s I& If L Exceptions to Demands Is Toned Down Hope Held Out for Success. -ANSWER IS CERTAIN 'Rut Eneland Is Expected to WILSON AWAITS REP I II BELLIGERENTS sfc o i. a cuo t:j Oj)car. one wiu iu Germany. By United Tress WASHINGTON'. Dec. 22. Washing ton is recovering slowly from yester day's history-making developments. Washington officials are now looking to the foreign officers of the belliger ent nations for the next peace move. As outlined in the early reports, ex ception was at first taken to Presi dent Wilson's overtures In both Eng lish and Canadian demands. This outspoken exception Is today seeming ly being toned down. The adminis tration feels, however, that this feeling Is not sufficient to cast any real gloom on the situation. "o Flat Refusal Expected. By United rress WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. For the same reason that Great Britain and ...

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

JBBSaEIKBBBBKmSK&XSKltSBMSJiuts&i.-ff't' &jes6Bfcfi!tsei.!HSHi - - i -ii .i '! ii -miji. i i;i mi, 57 oy1 nr-ju. " 2' ir " y i' V" 5r' " "" zjjgfy- wec. THE DAIIY jaSSOUMAir,FBIDAT ElESTXQ, DECEMBER 22, Hl. Get It At Renie's Only One More SHOPPING DAY TIRES GO UP JANUARY 1 ORDER NOW. jBjjV t o''- pii$rJg!g!f3? EF Parci Two 'f. ?" 1 ft IP 9KtS.,3Eft zfr I Lhgp 9 IKKJSS2 ii tjSJT 1 HIB Smv You Can't Miss This Yellow and Blue Sign It's prominently displayed by us and distin guishes our store as headquarters for the best casings on earth Pennsylvania Oilproof VACUUM CUP TIRES groggy CASSEROLES and BAKING DISHES $1.50 to $7.50 Gillette, Auto-Strop, Ever Ready and Duram Duplex Blades for all makes of Razors $1.00 to $7.50 ELECTRIC CHAFING DISHES $10.00 to $15. We carry these tires because of their wonderful quality the same high quality that is characteristic of our entire stock of accessories. We carry them because they are guaranteed three ways to serve our customers faithfu...

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

" J- HfK Mf a$p;'Kjpr ' fs . rriMijMMaiaaiaaaaaaaaaa... j.- 1.-1M1 Vll'J'B i 7m THE DAILY XISSOUKIAK, FRIDAY EYEffDfG, DECEMBEB 22, !!. r CAMPUS TYPES IV ff&, 'Xpb' wK mxmT ? jp&F&em- 'wy - " sr: TMiimr " k& The Lady Killer. " I0XSAGE STATISTICS ARE ASKED Federal Trade Commission Seeks Newsprint Information. H. J. Blanton, president of the Mis souri Press Association, has received x request by wire from the Federal Trade Commission at Washington for Information in regard to the actual tonnage requirements of every MIs jouri newspaper for 1917. Informa tion also was requested for the fol lowing points: Names of publishers who have ob tained contracts for 1917, together with name of Jobber or manufacturer, and amount of tonnage; names of publishers who have obtained assur ances of supplies for 1917, with name of jobber or manufacturer and ton nage. Names of publishers who have been unable to obtain renewal of con tracts or assurances of sufficient ton nage for 1917; st...

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

1;4J4;-V,,P" 4-" ."" T7y -"tMjr'-a. 3JF8 -,f mg&i8(Rft9G&wfzxBg$g &sf: . fei fS&a ! ' , Pace Im THE DAttY JDSSOUBLUr, FMPAY XTElfPrQ PECEMBEB M. 1M THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every erenlnc (ucrpt Saturday , and Bandar) and Sunday moraine T The MlMonrian Aaioclatlon, Incorporat ed. Colombia. !- Frank H. Kin,, ramriii hq juiior; jesne r tiroref. Bailor Kuttn. Director: Charle O. Better, Miss Gladys Baker, Don'D. Talterson, Ira B. Hyde, Duke X. Parry, Ellis II. Jones, Russel II. Blcbards. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Pbones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at the postofflec, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. Year, $2.50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. National Advertising KepresentotiTes, Oarpenter-Sclicerer Co., FlftU Avenue Build lug. New York; Peoples (.'as Building, Chi The Missourlan receives the dispatches of the United Press A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 December 1916

"? giYS COAL SHORTAGE IS USELESS -., ..i c.o That T Inn Wail LIMA' lJj- omciui iuj -J rmntr Cars Last nee. According to C. W. Jacobus, local - itiAan to l AftOn s,.. i-arrtmasitT, uicic .vu..u. r onr shortage of coal In Columbia, ' d the excuse that cars cannot be Stained is a poor one. inasmuch as ?v. m K & T. railroad had 1,000 em pty coal cars in the yards at St. Louis jwt week. Officials of the railroad at Sedalia worried over a shortage of coal and claim that the operation of the llne will be curtailed unless relief comes. They say that only 300 cars 0f coal have been received at St Louis from the Illinois fields in the last thirty days, and that Sedalia has only .nni:h to last two days In supplying thirty or thirty-five trains that run out of that city. The local Katy yards do not supply any of the engines, but employes of the line say that there is no apparent shortage in McBaine. where'trains are coaled, and it is no common sight to see trains of loaded coal cars pass th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 December 1916

afei S2kiS i v'f isa8ifflfifwafc&-ss-..issasbfi SIMI ' -I Jljl llllW 1 wr'iu'l.i I tut J.I' '.' imv '"""'""w? . (PSWsrTgj;?;- -;- -yV.sesej,. Pfguc THE DAn,YMI8S0UKIAir,ranAT BTBSUre, PICEMBKB t lM IIUboUb May Bhjt Orchard Herb Lee Berllne of White Hall, III., was a guest of H. W. Halley at 707 Missou ri avenue yesterday. Mr. Berllne was consulting professors in the Collo;. of Agriculture regarding orchard tand in Missouri. He expects to locate in Central Missouri. T1U Attacks ParraL By United Preo EL PASO, Dec. 22. Villa forces were at Parral early this morning and battled for the city still is raging. This information reached here by wire today noon through Mexican government officials. Chafing Dishes The Ideal Gift Reduced to .IP im c ABE YOU BEADY, SPELLERS f - E. M. Watson Sends Oat Call To 8e- leet New CluuaploB. Once more the call has been sent out to Columbia spellers to assemble. The spelling match that was given so successfully last year will be repeated about the midd...

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

II 'V " s m THE DAILY f ' NINTH YEAR CITY MANAGER PLAN Legislature May Grant Per mission to Cities to Estab lish System. C. R. JOURNEY HELPS Instructor Advises Adoption of New Rule Raps the Mavor-Council Plan. A state-wide campaign to awaken interest in the city manager plan of government for cities of the third class, includes Columbia, has been launched by the Missouri City Man ager League which was organized De cember 20 at Excelsior Springs. The meeting was called there by Leslie E. Bates, who was graduated by the School of Law of the University in 1907, to draw up a bill to be presented to the next State Legislature to per mit cities of the third class to estab lish the city manager plan. It. C. Journey, instructor in political econ omy at the Unhcrsity is secretary treasurer of the league. A bill asking for the permission was drawn up in 1915 by a committee of the League of Missouri Municipalities, on which w ere Leslie Bates and Dean Isidor Loeb. This Optional City Man ager B...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 December 1916

i - " , ff-" jj''jajttiwcsarM w fer Sft.. p -i o I & iu r I : ? '!i TiT- I iw Fife Two THE DAILY MSSOnHIAX. SUXDAY XOBXPO. DECEMBER 24, 1916. AT THE CHURCHES Presbyterian. Sunday School will be held at 9:43 clock. Worship trill be at 11 o clock. Dr. W. W. Elwang- will speak on "Jesus and the Home A Christmas Mediation." The Young People's Society will meet at 0:30 o'clock In the evening. There will be no evening services. Calvary Episcopal, noly Commnnlon will be at 7:30 o'clock and morning prayer and sermon at II. Sunday School will be at 9:30 o'clock. The Christmas season will open at S o'clock Sunday evening with the Sunday School tree and festival. Every one is urged to be present. Evening prayer will be omitted. On Christmas day morning prayer will be held at 9:30 o'clock. Tuesday St. Stephen's Day, ho Iv communion will be In the basement chattel at 7:30 o'clock and Wednesday. St John Evangelist Day and Thursday, The Innocents, at the same time and place. Methodist. Sundav ...

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

i n i mi i iiMMii m I : J, fc.- 111 II ' I Pi II V III' II" I WW IIWMW ! H 'Hi WW il H H'l I' ' ' I' I "I ' H IP I H III ! 1 IHHM IIIUMI W 111 TUMll I 'WW until i id ff I IM 1 v,;v'-' r?-- -- & fWSpimsgT ' - alt lK CAMPUS TYPES V - Pfo Three T THE DAILY MI8SOUBUX, SUXDAY MOMfDfG, DECEMBER 24, 1016. VcYofky mse. Tlie Grind. CITY AND CAMPUS Vinccnte R. Marfori, a student in the School of Journalism, left yes terday for Kansas City. L. It. Long, a senior in the School of Education, left Saturday afternoon for Kansas City to spend the Christ mas holidajs.vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Long. Dr. W. H. Pylc, who has been doing research work in the Unhersity of .1.1,. -l- r . ... luia tuj- ior several uays, left yes terday morning for a short visit In Kansas City before returning to their home. Mrs. Emma Bowser and Miss Jes sie Bowser left yesterday morning for St. Louis, where they will visit for a few days. B. M. Roster left yesterday morning for Farmington, where he will spend...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 December 1916

ft I- r : f i M fey Page Foir THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Pnbll.bed every evening (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar mornlnr by The Mluonrlan Auoelatlon, Incorporate rd, Columbia- - Pnuk II. Klna-. l'reildent and Editor; Jee I. Grorn. Da.lor. Uanasrr. Directors: Charlra O. Ko.trr. Ml. Gladys Baker, Don D. I'attenion. Ira B. Hyde, Ilrke X. I'arry, Ellis II. Jones, Knaael II. Richard a. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs rbones: Business, 55: News. 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, as second-class mall. Mo, Year, J2JJ0; month, 25 cents: copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. National Advertising Iteiiresentatlves, irjentcr.Sclicerer Co, Fifth Avenue Iluiid Inc. New York; 1'eoples Gas liuMJlug, Chi cago. The Mlssourlan receives tbe dispatches of the United Press Associations. A MEKKY CHKISTJIAS TO AH the postmen, because their be fore Christmas has been harder than that or anyone ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 December 1916

gPSg,?W9,?l'P' THE DAILY MISSOUBU5, SUKDAY MOKTIKG, DECEMBER 24, 1916. Fat Fire i Merry Christmas ih BKBlKOtfH JSm vaaw cfeK (&E3 ! BffttjK? Everybody in our I " 8rP&'"s:' i. nousewuhes everybody R-fc V .your iowf a rrry t t J Merry Christmas and b-SL & a Happy New Year. 9 EVERYBODYS STORE John N. Taylor Automobiles 609 Broadway John N. Taylor Music House Ninth and Cherry Streets AVm. PTA IMA ITS tMA Jf3 i. AAkrf sk IT tv ZTI k.a i IK its: kS A k HE m tv irtt yk ri k.. ZrrSE im TI k.. T Boone County Cycle Co. HARLEY MESSENGER" 10th and Cherry Streets PalmerJohnson Hardware 718 Broadway H. M. McPHEETERS, Representing Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Guitar Building, Columbia, Mo. "Adapts the Policy to the Man" Daily Brothers ED V. PRICE CLOTHES Virginia Building The Auto Battery Co. 909 Cherry mam D " IDT 'rtOH rvrwowMj fsEftTn- Hnnew Parker Furniture Company 16 N. Tenth StreeUj THE COLLEGE INN Candy Shop 916 Broadway" The Rex Billiard Parlor and Barber Shop 915 Bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 December 1916

.ffgyA ifctJSeWT ..-?!- 'ft iH;- .-.-.. 1 nwww "m i 111 ! ,.-Li. j. ii IIJI "" 5WttfJIIBXBnS3yTfer;IE!a'' "i-ir.. vmStHnmieuiMttx Efc l.y . -.r irf' g,n.' . tJy y- !fc. " -J jr.- - , -- , mmiii.ininMi--"- w III II jgaaBBBStfgitgfimwwii aiT-rrriiTmrw I, -V .. " -t-H j n&f ; k-E Page Six THE DAILY MISSOUBIAK, SCJfDAY MOBMXG, DECEMBER 24, 1916. THE CHRISTMAS TRADE WAS BEST IN YEARS Depleted show windows, upheaved stock and tired salespeople tell the tale of the biggest Christinas business the merchants of Columbia have eer had. Not only was the volume of business increased but the grade of merchandise bought was usually of the best People were easily pleased and there was little bargaining and delay. There was a continual com ing in and going out in the stores, and the trade was easily handled, accord ing to merchants. "We have had at least a 60 per cent increase in business this Christ mas," said I. A. Barth of Victor Barth Clothing Co. "The people bought good merchandise and they...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 December 1916

'"rviTrpf.1 m. r:ir - THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26, 1916. NUMBER 98 E w I GERMANY WANTS MEETING OF ALL NATIONS IN WAR In a Reply to President Wilson's Note the Imperial Government Makes Proposal for An Immedi ate Gathering of Representatives of the Belig erents to Discuss Peace. ASSERTS IT IS But the Teutons Believe That the Glorious Work of Attempting to Prevent Future Wars Can Be Started Only After the Present Struggle Is Ended. By United Press BERLIN, Dec. 26. Germany today proposed an imme diate meeting of delegates of belligerent nations in her an swer to President Wilson's peace note, it was officially an nounced here. The proposal was made here formally in a peace reply to the peace suggestions made by the United States by giving a note to United States Ambassador Gerard at Berlin and at the same time American diplomatic representatives of the other Central powers. The note also hints that the glorious work of attempting to ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 December 1916

y I- , i i I i, r Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN rablltbrd ertry CTenlnc (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by Tbe Mlttonrtan AfoclatIon. Incorporat ed, Colombia. - Frmnk II. King-, Treildcnt anil Editor; Jesse r.. uroTes, BiulneM Bunagr. Directors: Charles G. Rotter, Miss Gladys Baker, Don D. rnttrrson, Ira II. Ilydr, Duke X. I'arry, EMU l. Jones, Kuel II. uicnarus. Address all communications to THE DAILY SHSSOOItlAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs rhones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. Vear, $2M; montb, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; montb, 30 cents. National Adtertlslng Keprcsentaflves. Tarpenter-Sclieerer Co., Fifth Avenue Build ing. New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chi cago. Tbe Mlssourlan receives the dispatches of tbe United Press Associations. l'L'ACE AM) AMEBICAX INDUSTRY The looming of peace on the hori zon within the last week sent wheat down forty-thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 December 1916

wwsy -1 THE DAILY MSSOUBIAN, TUESDAY EYE1QNQ, DECEMBER Sfl, 1916. Fag Htm jliss Minnie Belle Bayley and W. A. Rhea were married at 9:45 o'clock this morning at tlic home of the bride's fa ther, the Ilcv. A. V. Bayley, 509 South Fifth street The Reverend Bayley, assisted by the Rev. C. C. Grimes of the Methodist Church, performed the ceremony. The home was decorated in holly, mistletoe and potted plants. Miss Louise Babb played the wedding march and Miss Helen Everett sang "Because." After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served by Mrs. George Kebr and Mrs. Mary E. Tay lor, assisted by Misses Pauline Crouch, Emma Murry, Julia Bayley and Ma riam Babb. Mr. and Mrs. Rhea left at 10:50 o'clock for Morgantown, W. V., where they will live. Misses Elizabeth, Mamie Clair and Linda Walker will give a stocking shower and bridge party at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in honor of Miss Katherine Price who will be married Thursday to It. F. Houston of Kansas City. Plans are being made for a par...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 26 December 1916

mt- " "Fiire Four THE DAILY XISSOUXUNt TU18DAY ETEM5G, PECEMBEB M, 1916. i I a t . u s , CITY AND CAMPUS Miss Pauline Jones went to Kan sas City this morning to visit Miss Elizabeth Harris. Miss Virginia Stewart has gone to Chllllcothc to visit Miss Mary Grace Scay. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bridgewater, who have been visiting in Columbia, left for Memphis, Tenn., this morn ing. Mrs. J. C. Henry left this morning for Denver, Colo., to visit her father, who is ill. Mr. find Mrs. J. T. McMullcn and children have gone to Huntsvillc to visit Mrs. McMullen's mother. L. P. Lewis returned to Memphis, Tenn., today. Misses Ruth and Mary Barnett have gone to Mexico to visit their grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Childers re turned to Benton City this morning. They have been visiting in Columbia. B. A. Fleshman, a student in the University, has gone to Wyconda. Mo, for a isit. Miss J. E. Fleshman of Lamar, Colo., went to Wyconda, Mo , this morning. She has been visiting her sister, Mrs. P. G. Goodman....

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