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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 January 1917

US THE DAILY MSSOURIAS, XOJfDAT ETEXIXG, JAXUART 22, 1817. Pae Tkree SIX r r MAJOR ADMINISTRATION TAKES CARE OF HISTORY Two letters, a brief, sententious, vigorous one written by Claiborne F. Jackson, governor of Missouri in 18G1, and another written by former Governor Elliott W. Major, certifying the signing of his message to the Forty-ninth General Assembly, were received by the State Historical So ciety recently. They show the way in Go-crnor Major's which history was made fifty-six years ago and the way in which it is made now. Jackson's letter is a re fusal to Secretary of State, Simon Cameron, founder of the well-known "House of Cameron" of Pennsylvania, to furnish troops to the Federal gov ernment for what he calls an "unholy crusade." It is a letter betokening in dividuality and firm purpose. The other was written "to the end it may be known in the coming years, that this was the first official act perform ed in the new capitol building, and -who were present as witnesses to...

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. — 22 January 1917

cWSfSS(P!fBftS55?! "?fcr ifsrss ?PP nnea IK .6 ft Kt I ft-V K H I if r PSgeFimr ?HE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, MONDAY ETEMKft JANUARY 22, IM?. Group or p OPERA SiN dl COMPANY ZZk 6f" W bbbbbbbbBw VEf lk k :Bj- T 'v 1 1 w- tfy CITY MANAGER MAY BE A NON-RESIDENT Interference of Politics With Administration to End Under New Plan. TRAINING IS NEEDED Persons Now Taking Special Study to Fit Themselves for This Work. CITY AND CAMPUS EDVIGE VACCARl COVORfOVftn SOPRANO AttGELO ANTOLA &RBITONE- STELLA DC METTE MFZZO- SOPBMQ COMPLETE FLANS FOR OPERA RepresentatiTe of San Carlo Company Was Here Saturday. Arrangements for the San Carlo Grand Opera Company's engagement at the Columbia Theater Saturday, February 3, were completed Saturday between Charles R. Baker, advance manager of the company, and repre sentatives of the Dramatic Club of the University of Missouri and the Play Reading Club, under whose auspices the opera will be held. Mr. Baker stopped off on his way to Cincinnati, Columbus, Philadel...

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. — 23 January 1917

"v' : If THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1917. NUMBER 121 WOULD CUT BUDGET FOR I U. $276,362 Visiting Committee Suggests Reducing Appropriations for State Institutions. COMMENDS DR. HILL Management Is Good, But Entertainment Is Costly, Declares the Report. liy United Press JEFFERSON CITY, Jan. 23. A sav ing to the state of more than a million and a half dollars in conducting the j various state institutions is suggested fr by the visiting committee appointed by Governor Gardner to visit every institution and look into the amounts asked for by the heads of these insti tutions. The report made suggestions where by $1,515,465 may be cut from the state appropriation list as compiled by the head of the state institutions for the -coming biennial period. The largest cut suggested is that for the University at Columbia. The University, through its President, Dr. A. Ross Hill, asked for $1,340,862. The committee suggested that it get only $1,...

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. — 23 January 1917

ts rBns&sr$n9'jpfy b5p-j KWgoSppR???' Pae Two THE DAILY 3HSSOCKIAX, TDESDA T EYEMXG, JANUARY 23, 1917. 'y&,&$fzi&9!ty. I f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Publlftlird evfrjr rrrnlng (except Saturday and Hunday) and Sunday morning by The 3IUtiourIan Afritoclation, Incorporat ed. Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Vlrglnli ISuIldlnp. Downstairs I'bones: Iluslness, K; News. 274. Entered at tlie postofflce, Columblj. as second-class null. Mo., City: Year, S3.30: 3 months, $1.00; inontli, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In lloone County: Year, $3:00; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 00 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months. $1.20: mantb. 40 cents. found the most admirable qualities of those who" roamed the early West. He has preserved for us the last spark of true romanticism which has color ed the history of the nation. The busy wheels grind on; the sad dle is empty; but the memory of "Buf falo Bill" will not allo...

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 January 1917

, " . 1 ' Ji 1 ' J i ( THE DAILY MSSOURIAX, TUE SD A T EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1917. Page Three fr FOK JtESERYE TRAINING CA3IPS Doctor Darlington Is Against Military Courses In Colleges. Itv United Press NEW YORK. Jan. 23. A national system of "reservation training camps" for use in the mobilization of troops in case of war, was recom mended in a report today to the Na tional Civic Federation by Dr. mom- .as uarnngion. iuriuei i - dinner of New York, on his investi gation of conditions surrounding the national guardsmen and regulars at the Mexican Border. A defense of the personnel of the militia, a plea for universal military service, sharp criticism on account of unprepared ness, red tape and other evils, and suggestions for further improvement in the training, transportation, sub sistence and care of soldiers, based on the experiences of the recent mob ilization, are prominent features of the report. Doctor Darlington said boys in schools and colleges have enough to do without milit...

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. — 23 January 1917

Is. If I & I Page Foht THE DAILT MISS0UBIA3T, TUESDA T EYESI5G, JASUABY 23, 1817. For Bent at Once. Six-room, two-story house on Kei ser avenue; modern in every way; southern exposure, large sleeping, room, hard wood floors; large num ber of flowers and shrubs and large yard. This house must be rented at once, terms reasonable. If you are interested address "B" care the Mis- sourian. B. 120-123. SOCIETY NOTES WABASH MARKET Tuesday and Wednesday SPECIALS Telephone 888 o. 3 Pineapple, Can .20 Cranberries, Qt. 10 Dried Apples, lb. 10 Black Eje Beans, lb 10 .Soap, 8 Bars .25 Apple Butter, 2 Cans .25 Tomatoes 2 Cans .25 Fine Oranges, Bozen 20 Ice Grape Fruit, Each 03 Apples, Bozen Cans 60 Cod Fish (Fine) lb .20 13c Pears, 2 Cans .25 Cleanser, C Cans .25 Brick Cheese, lb .30 SunMst Baislns, Box 10 "o. 3 Peaches, 2 Cans .25 35c Coffee, 'one Better, lb. JO Catsup, Bottle .20 10c Toilet Paper, 4 Bolls .25 y2c Dried Apricots lb 17i 10c Pumpkin, 2 Cans 15 Mixed Suts, (Fresh) lb .20 30c Qua...

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. — 24 January 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1917. NUMBER 122 U COLUMBIA WILL JOIN PAYUPJVEEK iVE Commercial Club Indorses Plan to Co-operate With National Campaign. WILL BEGIN FEB. 19. Slogan of Community to Be "I'll Pay My Bills So You Can Pay Yours." Pay-up week February 19 to 24! Columbia plans to join with other cities of the country in supporting the National Pay-Up Week campaign. February 19 to 24, inclusive. The idea of co-operating with the national movement crystalized in the Commer cial Club Rooms last night when the Retail Merchants Association unan imously indorsed the plan. Throughout the community the campaign slogan will be: "I'll Pay My Bills So You Can Pay Yours." The principle of the campaign is to create greater community prosperity by bringing money into circulation through the payment of debts. H. W. Hailey, business adviser of the Missourian, was called upon by I. A. Barth, president of the associa tion, to explain the pla...

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 January 1917

jjMBHBHHBBBBBfiBM 'W I Page Two THE DAILY 3IISSOUBIAX, WEDXES DAT EVEXIXG, JAXUART 2J, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ubllaiied rrry rrrnlng (rxrept Saturday and feanday) and Sunday mornlnjc by The Mldkourlan Aknoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUltlAN Columbia, .Missouri. Office: Virginia ISuIMInp, Downstairs 1'liones: Iiusluess, 53; News. 274. Entered at the jwstofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. "hero of Manila Bay" has done hundreds of young naval officers spirit will live after him. for His City: Year. $3 50: 3 months, JI.OO; month, -ST. rents! (Yinv. fi rents. By mall In Uoone County: Year. $3:00; C months, $1.73; 3 months, 90 cents. I Outside or uoone county: lear, iw; months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Itepresentatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Uuild lng. New York; Peoples Gas Uuildlng, Chicago. K0CHEP0BT The exhibit of paintings of the Mis souri Rher bluffs near Rocheport by Prof. J. S. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 January 1917

f i i , r xjs'-wfws: Hi - ) .11 i s k s BENTON PUPILS IRK TO IMPROVE SCHOOL Teachers and Mothers Co operate to Make Equip ment Best in Columbia. FLOWERS ARE GROWN Playground Is Homemade Children Are Provided With Clothes. "B is for Benton, And also for Best." So say the children, teachers and mothers in the Northeast school dis trict and they beliee it, too, for, if Benton school is different from other schools in Columbia, to them belongs the credit. The children, guided by their teachers and encouraged by their parents, have improved conditions at Benton school and as "part owners" guard it with jealous care. What add ed adantages they now enjoy they have worked for and appreciate ac cordingly. The first school playground in Co lumbia, crude but serviceable, was made by Benton pupils Under the direction of a manual training in structor, "six by six" oak posts were set in concrete four feet in the ground. The concrete was mixed and the holes dug by the children. The posts were fash...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 January 1917

le- l " la r. Page Fonr THE DAILY MSSOUBIAX, WEDNESDAY EYENIXG, JAXUABY gi, 1M7. 31. U. GRADUATES GROW APPLES Paul II. Shepard and Ben Colman 3Iake 50 Per Cent on InTestment. The story of how Paul H. Shepard and Ben Colman, graduates of the College of Agriculture, borrowed cap ital, leased an old orchard that had not been paying its way, pruned, sprayed and cultivated it and made 50 per cent on the borrowed capital is told in the Weekly Kansas City Star of January 17. The orchard is ninety-five acres of the 200-acre farm fourteen miles southeast of Kansas City owned by Judge Henry N. Ess. Shepard and Colman leased the orchard for five years for cash rent. The trees had never been sprayed or pruned, the weeds had grown up without hin drance, and the crop of scrub apples BROADWAY ODEON TONIGHT Myrtle Gonzales in " A Romance of Billygoat Hill" This is from the book by Alice Hagan Rice, au thor of "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." Wanted Feb. 1 i wo mrnisnen rooms i for light housekeep...

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. — 25 January 1917

w" -"w. s ow. will ior Ira. me. ow. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN vili -ee er- NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1917. NUMBER 123 PEACE AFTER SPRING SIMPSON IS STAR IN BILL FOR NEW STATE INHERITANCE TAX UP r 1 THE CALENDAR THE WEATHER Jan. 1-31. Ankeney Picture Exhibit, New Library Building. 1. Annual Military Ball, Rothwell . . - - , - i - i s - . ; -- . v" - - -- - '.'iW5fe575w;''- -as - Ml' v - , .4 ! m BUILDING II For Columbia and Vicinity: Partly cloudy weather toi.'cut and Friday; no decided eh.inge In temperature. lowest tonlKlit about 24. For .Missouri: Partly cloudr tonight and Friday; no decided change In teni-lemture. DRIVE 1 RUMOR NET 1 Feb. NEW YORK SUPPORT 0 STORIES V Wilson Maintains Secrecy, but Public Believes He . Waits New Offensive. ARMIES PLAN MOVE Diplomats Admit Negoa- tions Unlikely Until Last Great Effort Is Made. By United Tress WASHINGTON". Jan. 25. Official sentiment in Washington is that a spring offensive will prove to be the turning p...

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. — 25 January 1917

l'age Tiro THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, THUBSDAT EYEMXG, JA3TPABY 25, 1917. If Iv I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PublUbed trrrj rvrnlnic (rxccpt Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday owralme by The MUnnurian Aktoclatlon, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Buildlnjr. Downstairs Phones: Business, X; News. 274. Entered at tiie postoffice, Columbia, Mo as second-class mall. City: Year. $50: 3 months, 3.00; month, " -35 cents; copr. 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year. $3:00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheercr Co, Fifth Avenue Build ing. New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chi. cago. between Seventh and -Eighth streets. Fair weather or foul, for the last sev eral months, pedestrians on either side of the thoroughfare have been forced to take to the street. And the litter increases daily. I THE OPEN 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. — 25 January 1917

1 tcl THE DAILY MISSOUBIAS, THURSDAY EVENING, JaJQJABY 25, 1917. -. JW Faffe Three 1 SPORT The question of what Missouri is going to do for pole vaulters during the coming track season is still being generally discussed. The lack of top- notch material this year recalls the fact that this is the first time in four 'vears that Missouri has not had a man who could clear at least eleven feet. Three years ago Floyd, Powell and Browne were all doing twelve feet. Flod had no trouble In placing in all meets without any great amount of training. Last year Powell was still left of the trio, but his graduation leaes the team without any of the old school. At present. Bond and Syl- ester are the best hopes in this sport. Both are excelling the 10-foot mark, with good chances of their be ing able to raise this before the open ing of the season. Pattinson, the trump card of Kansas this year, seems to have an open field, his record of 11 feet S 1-2 inches, made at the con ference meet last year, ...

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. — 25 January 1917

r THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, THURSDAY ETEMK6, JAIOJABY 25, 1917. PageFoar i ; E 9 CITY AND CAMPUS M. J. Smith of the agricultural ex tension serrice left today for Green City in the interest of the department Jewell Mayes, secretary of the State Board of Agriculture, went to Jeffer son City today to appear before the agricultural committee on dairy legis lation. Sam Jordan, extension lecturer for the State Board of Agriculture, re turned last night from a two-days' farmers' meeting at Santa Fe, Mo. He will leave in the morning for Se dalia, where he will assist the Pettis County agent In making arrangements for the Boys and Girls' Club work. Prof, W. C. Etherldge of the Col lege of Agriculture, who has been con fined to his home with the grip, re turned to his work this morning. Due to the pressure of examina tions, there will be no meeting of the Menorah Society Saturday evening, January 27. The next meeting will be held February 10 in Room A. of the Y. M. C. A. The program will be a di...

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. — 26 January 1917

r THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I k NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, 1917. NUMBER 124 m S 37 BUSINESS F 1 JOIN IM!-UP MOVE Columbia Merchants Are Ready to Start Campaign Against Debts. ALL TO PAY OLD BILLS Dealers as Well as Customers Will Settle Accounts Posters to Be Out. Columbia merchants are lining up for Pay-up Week. By noon today, thirty-seven business firms had said they would join the campaign against outstanding bills. They notified Sec retary Victor Jones ot the Retail Merchants' Association that they were ready to start the preliminary man euvers. Pay-up Week starts Febru ary 19 and ends February 24. "The response of the merchants to the plan has been very gratifying," said Secretary Jones this afternoon. "1 expect at least sixty merchants will have joined the movement within the next few days. The preliminary steps leading uj to the week set aside for payment of all bills by both the merchant and his customers, will start the first of next week, when we...

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. — 26 January 1917

n K-f, i ' Page Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, FBIDAY ETESISC, JANUARY 26, 1817. THE DAILY MLSSOURIAN PoblUhed every evening (except Saturday and Sanday) and Sunday moraine by The Mluourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOOIUAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Bulldlnjr. Downstairs Phones: Business, C3; New, 274. Entered at the postofflee, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copy. 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: iear. $3:00: 6 months, $1.75 ; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: lear, $4.00; 3 months, fUiO; montn, w cenis. THE OPEN COLUMN National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Tlfth Avenue Build- '.. . i- . i r - tr-llillni. fill ing. nc lors; yeviii:a u u"'kf .. cago. COOKING BY GUESS "Oh, I never measure; I just guess," is the proudest plume in the crest of many a proud cook. This cook is of two classes, the experienced ones and the accurate ...

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. — 26 January 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY ETENING, JANUARY 28, 1917. Pige Tkree INDICT 99 IX OHIO VOTE FRAUD Cincinnati City Officials Included In Detecthe Hani. By United Press CINCINNATI. Jan. 26. Office hold ers. It was said, will be included in today's haul by United States detec tives and marshals who are here con ducting a search of the Cincinnati election records of. last November. Ninety-nine indictments have been is sued for the investigation of the vote trust. District Attorney Bolin an nounced this afternoon. Fifteen writs of capias would be issued on indicted men today, he said. Two Cincinnati councilmen, a dep uty sheriff and seven or eight other city officers have already been taken into the net. According to the charg es made in the indictments, the price of votes in Cincinnati was one dollar. All of the ninety-nine indictments are for Cincinnati men, according to the information received this after noon from the federal officers. The drag net, it is said, covers Southern Ohio cou...

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. — 26 January 1917

;'S!J''' ifsT" life- BE' L 3jr , It l r I. f li II 1 Ei Page Foht CITY AND CAMPUS j -1 Mrs. R. M. Bandy left for Fulton on business this morning. Ellsworth Brown, a student in the University, left for his home in Kan sas City this morning. He will not re-enter school the second semester. C. T. Llewellyn of Kahoka, who has been visiting his daughter, Dorothy Llewellyn, a student in the University, who has been ill, left for his home this morning. Mrs. E. G. Atterbury of Madison, Mo., returned to her home after plac ing her daughter, Mary Atterbury. in Christian College. Miss Rena Larten, a student in the University, wenf to her home in Be vier, where she will visit her par ents. Edwin L. Morris, a student in the University, left for his home in St Joseph today to visit his parents.for several days. S. C. Bewick of 'Marshall, left lor his home this morning after a few days visit with his daughter, Mrs. K. E. Lucas. C. L. Brewer, director of athletics, went to Kansas City today where h...

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. — 28 January 1917

l?Th jwr &: T" "v AMI THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNpAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1917. EIGHT PAGES NUMBER 125 1 IPPflflPWRPl& 1 s WIN ON 0 F I Mrs. Ethel Byrne Abstains From Food Is Forcibly Fed Eggs and Milk. IN STATE OF COMA New York Birth Control Ad vocate Fights for Princi ple by Hunger Strike. By United Press NEW YORK, Jan. 2". A woman fighting for a principle by a hunger strike in protest following imprison ment was forcibly fed for the first time in the history of the United States today. Mrs. Ethel Byrne, birth control advocate, was so treated at Blackwell Island today after she had become almost unconscious as a re sult of abstaining from food or drink for 103 hours. Mrs. Byrne, who is the mother of two children, was rolled in a blanket, a rubber tube was inserted in her mouth, and a pint of milk and two eggs were forced down her throat. An official statement issued this morning stated that the condition of Mrs. Byrne was slightly improved. Mrs....

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. — 28 January 1917

!ttl3BS2ST2S2S;iaKEiiat2 mmntiwtrwmcaimfwammmfimmrmjLlMAXKMMESSK vmff'w,W?i THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, SUNDAY MOBXIXG, JANUARY 28, 1917. pVspr - ' -? - fc'-wRFHSgf ;'L-1 Bpp:; Page Two F Si, ! I i f t. E E ji P I 4fin mil nRFN rRni OLDEST SCHOOL HERE First Jefferson Building Was on Present Site of the Columbia High. MOTHERS' CLUB AIDS Organization Plans to Better Equip Playground for the rupils. At Jefferson School two big stones flank the steps leading up to the arch of the main doorway. They were once rough and unpolished but have been worn smooth by the trouser seats during the eighteen years that the youngsters have used them as slides. These stones are typical ot Jeffer son School itself. Columbia's pioneer school, once crude and unfinished, has been rounded and smoothed until it is an almost perfect organization and the largest in the city. The building houses 400 children and 100 more, of ficially enrolled, attend the seventh grades in the high school building. The Jefferson Schoo...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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