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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

C r Page Six THE EVENING M1SSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssourlaa Association Incorpo rated Columbia Mo Virginia Bldg Down stairs Phones Business G5 News 274 National Advertising Representative Carpenter Scheerer Co Fifth Avenue Bide New York Peoples Gas Bids Chicago The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all nens dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein Entered cs second class mall matter City Year 375 3 months 1100 month 40 cents copy 2 cents By mall In Iloone Couary ear 325 C months 175 3 months 90 cents Outside the county Year 4JM 3 months 125 i month 45 cens I f - I J0UKXALIS3I A CAKEEK J The Journalist is the happiest of Gods hardworking creatures He it is -who brings Joy and sadness j good tidings and unfarable reports the news to the world And with the news he sends himself and from the news he builds himself I am a part of all that I hae met The...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

V 1 Fe trail and Boons Lick road as the jrst state nignway was named the Old Trails Road a year or two before this Dean Wal ter William of the School of Journal ism of the rnnersity ana some friends bad made a trip in a buggy from St Louis to Kansas City locating the Old Trails Road -A man in Marshall asked us if the reason we were traveling in a buggy Touring Cars Roadsters Sedans and Coupes Successful handling of to days affairs demands conser vation of time by efficient transportation BUICK power with speed and flcxibilitv makes BUICK cars especially valuable in these rushing times See the 191S BUICK F H Hoberecht 2 South 10th Street i iWWW3Bl icy - 1SBgnlPP95JfT TEyrn AyyiTEltSABT edition J has been raised In every section Five sixths has actually been built and the money raised for the other The last amount voted was in Indiana It is big enough to provide for paving the road at a cost of 30000 a mile as well as a paved street in the city Of the 300 miles of highway across Misso...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

X lago Eight t - s r JK f w WEALTH INCREASE SHOWN BY COLUMBIA TAX FIGURES Taxation in Columbia in 1917 had in creased to more than three times the amount it was in 1908 However the valuation for 1917 was more than dou ble that of 1516 The reason for this was that in 1917 the State Tax Commission ordered all property as sessed at its full value as required by law The custom had been to assess it at from 40 to CO per cent of its val ue The State Board of Equalization has recently ordered the taxes reduced o per cent on town lots and about 50 pir cent on personal property which will make the valuation afcout the same as in 191C The tax rate in 1908 was 123 on the 100 in 1917 it was SO cents on the 100 The valuations for seven different years between 190S and 1918 are as follows 1erscnal Property Land 190S S95733 2014GJ3 1910 930300 23G9330 1912 S4133S 2S22G40 1914 1011024 3033221 1915 1142660 30733SG 1916 11SS641 31S1763 1917 2036144 7300375 John S Bicknell city clerk of Co lumbia for ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

I i Tenth Anniversary TENTH YEAR one of the best in Missouri I - Columbia lias made greater progress la the last ten jears than in any other iecade of its history All the points hich distinguish It from other cities of its size In Missouri have been ac quired Mthiii that time Eighteen of its m re than twenty two miles of paved streets which is more than My other citj of its size in Missouri Ins hae been laid and 35618945 square feet of concrete sidewalk have been put down The cost of the pave ment was 53136901 and that of the sidewalk was 4589956 The Daniel Boone Tavern which Is not surpassed by any hotel in a city of like size was finished only last summer The Boone County National Bank which has the distinction of be ing the most beautiful bank in any city the size of Columbia was finished ibout a jear ago The high school building which cost 125000 is one of the finest in the state outside the large cities and the courthouse ranks as pus1 uaj1 the new courthouse and the Daniel Boo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

1M1MfaJ HJMMIWIIWIIH K iHJJLIJilill - K HP Ik gsKp Page Two V It- I Activities of Womens Clubs The womens clubs societies and as sociations of Columbia have been ac tive organizations within the last ten years A number of new groups have been formed by Columbia women in that time and those already in exist ence have Increased the scope of their work The Civic Improvement League has 3 1M1 a vnnVn PftllltnKlo 1 I corresponding secretary Mrs I E Hill treasurer Mrs W S Branham honorary president Mrs L E Thomp son at Stephens College were divided or secretary and among the various organizations of Frederick Dunlap Columbia Fifty dollars was gnen to the Suffrage Club 50 to the Red Cross 23 to the Fcod Conservation Committee and 25 was spent for Baby Bonds for the Carnegie Library Fund The present officers of the Civic Im provement league are President Mrs G F Troxell first vice-president Mrs W E Harshe second ice president Mr3 w T Stephenson sec retary Mrs H M Hungate treasur er Mrs Clara...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

TENTlt AXXITEKSlBr EDITION THE EYEMXG 3IISSOUBIA 3IOXDAT MAT 6 1918 Page Three j WOMENS CLUB 1VOKK J j j continued From pge Two Types of Newer Columbia Homes match of which E M Watson and J X Belcher have had charge for sev eral j ears Other contributions to the fund come from the fees of Steph ens College Clubs organized a few j ears ago throughout this state and Oklahoma These foster interest in the college as well as furnish pleasure for the members Each jear the as sociation entertains the senior class of Stephens College The officers of the Association are President Airs B K Shore ice- president Mrs Charles Hale record ing secretary Miss Myrtle Le Compte corresponding secretary Miss Marian Babb treasurer Miss Ethel Mae Hill Christian College Alnmnae The alumnae of Christian College also hae an association in Columbia The members hae been iery active in war relief work this year Instead of giving their annual banquet last j ear they had an eatless entertain ment and used the mon...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

rlw Pnye Four FT h - 4 1 111 1 1 1 llllll 1 lllll en Itminc milt Niitiomil Hank Hiilldinir r THE EYOixg 3USS0CRLy MONDAY 3LAY C 1918 Commercial Club Gives Aid The Columbia Commercial Club was organized in 190S largely through the efforts of Carl Crow then business manager of the Columbia Herald Crow called a meeting at the Columbia Club now the Missouri Union and got the motement under way Co lumbia was one of the stations in the progress of Crow from Farmington Mo where he was the joungest news- mental in getting new Wabash and j determination of Commercial Club M K and T railroad stations and members started the local movement for good During Farmers Week and other roads The bond Issue for the es i times wnen conventions bring many tabllshing of four miles of hard-surfaced roads leading out from Colum bia in four directions was carried by a vote of 14 to 1 Every year on Memorial Day serv ices are held in Columbia Cemetery rsfi Ml SImPkIMwM i visitors io uoiumbia the Commercial Clu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

Jfc ifaMMW1 f TOT1I AXMVERSART EDITIQX Columbia though primarly an edu cational and not a manufacturing cen ter can boast of six banks whose com- bined resources amount to 4632 99397 These are the figures obtain ed from the official statements of the banks at the close of business March 4 191S Boone County National Bank 174709799 Exchange National Bank 95010606 Columbia Savings Bank 5661S694 Boone County Trust Com pany -99611057 Central Bank 187266421 ConIcy Mers Bank 18622599 Although Columbia banks do not hae the advantage of trade which in dustrial concerns bring to cities in which they are located the deposits of all the banks amount to 3398- 324 OS The deposits of each of the j banks are as follows Boone County National i Bank 128477927 1 Exchange National Bank C32816 38 Columbia Savings Bank 46914833 TrtrtM a Mrt tilt F rt Conley Myers Bank 13025623 These figures arc a fair indication of the prosperity of the business and agricultural interests of the communi ty At the present...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

K Page Six i V K - lL V Extension Division Established The Division of University Exten sion was formerly established in 1910 although lectures and extension teach ing had been carried on before that time Correspondence courses in twenty eight departments are now of fered and credit is given toward de grees Extension centers may be form ed to study any particular subject and lecturers are sent to the community to conduct the course Books may be borrowed from the University Library and other material may be borrowed on application The St Louis School of Social Econ omy a training school for social workers was taken over as a project of the Extension Division of the Uni versity in 1916 and its name changed fHE EYEXIXG MISSOUBIAy 3IOXDAT MAY 6 1918 Gains Made by University During the ten years that Dr A Ross Hill has been president of the University of Missouri a broad de velopment has taken place in the es tablishment of new schools and de partments the building of almost a whole new ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

TEJiTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION Continued from Page Six have come to the University in this time are In the School of Journal Ism Dean Walter Williams Frank L Martin Charles G Ross In the School of Medicine Eliot R Clark F P Johnson Addison Gulick D H Dol ley M P Ravenel Max W Myer Dan G Stine in the School of Law Dean Eldon R James George L Clark Mauley 0 Hudson J P McBaine G H Robinson in the School of Busi ness and Public Administration H G Brown H A Woostcr DR Scott M W Watkins T B Veblen in the School of Engineering Dean E J 51c Caustland II Wade Hibbard A C Lanier D E Foster Guy D Newton H A Le Rue M P Weinbach in the School of Education Ira S Griffith Ella V Dobbs W II Pyle W E Meanwell C H Williams In the Col lege of Arts and Science R II Baker E B Branscn J W Hudson Walter Miller G H Sabine W J Shepard E J Durand R D Miller Chester Murry F 51 Tisdel G S Dodds R J Kerner J W 5farden W E 51an eval F Louise Xardin J W Rankin Louis Selbert W A Tarr Carl C Tay lor Jacob Warshaw J E W...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

Patre Eight - Some Pioneers of Columbia Pioneers and the settlement of Co lumbia Well said E W Stephens the first Government land sale was held In 1818 but there was no settlement in this locality until 1820 Then a little place called Smithton grew up where Wostmount is now It was named after General Thomas A Smith register of lands who lived at Frank lin There was a tavern at Smithton a double hewed log house which was owned by General Richard Gentry xrandfather of N T Gentry It was railed a house of entertainment in those days The first circuit court of Boone County was held under a tree at Smithton The first judge of the ourt was Judge David Todd His brother Roger N Todd who was the Jrst circuit clerk was N T Gentrys other grandfather Hamilton R Gam hie who was later governor of Mis souri was first prosecuting attorney Warren Woodson grandfather of Dr Woodson Moss was the first county lerk The first county court was com posed of Anderson Woods Lazarus Wilcox and Peter Wright Ande...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

Tenth TTJT JTTWln ATTQQrTTDTAlSJ Part r Anniversary A 1 1 J j J j V J i L 1 X L II VJ vy XvXjlXjL II seeyicesect TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA MISSOURI MONDAY EVENING MAY 6 1918 NUMBER 198 Some of the Columbians in National Service jauico uicuuu uui j ft ncuienani uaipn ji t enows son or D Barton Robnett eldest son of Mr Roy Zumwalt eon of Mr and Mrs Sergeant Virgil B Cole son of Dr son of Mr and Mrs D A Robnett of W Ernest McDonnell son of Mr Mrs A M Fellows of 606 Sanford and Mrs D A Robnett of iiP9 East H M Zumwalt of East Highlands is and Mrs J B Cole of 600 High street 1509 Broadway is a private in the and Mrs Emmett McDonnell has re- placefs In charge of the supply train Broadway Is in the natrol serUce of private in Company P 139th Is a member of the base hospital unit Regular Army and is stationed at cently been recommended for a second of the Twentieth Regiment and is the ay and is stationed at thp mouln try stationed at Fort Sill Okla stationed at Fort Sill Okla Camp Doniphan Fort S...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

I I I II IV- BiTw jy TnW ui Pare Two wwp n n n THE ETEXIXG MISSOUKIAX 3IOADAT MAY 6 1918 Columbians With the Colors City Has Men in All Branches of Service John M Xowell son of Mr and Mrs of Mr and Mrs n I Roscnfelder of 77 7 J 1 7 uUua ooniey i ay son of Mr and J - oi i izo runs iinu is a jirSi y r pay of phrUH rvi i i i in 1520 Mores toulevard is in the ma- member of Base Ua Unlt 21 and Is statronod rnl avenue chine gun section of the Infantry and s stationed at Camp i stationed at Camp Dodge la is now in France Lieutenant D D Hrsenfelder son I uomnnan Fort Sill Okla I T tflltotl lHf ftpllcln 11hnn n Ensign J C Schwabe Jr son of Mr Mrs Charles Wheat of 713 Missouri and Mrs J C Schwabe of 12 College E B Tandy son of Mr and Mrs R evenue is in Companv c Twenty- avenue is now stationed at the United T Tandy of 1401 Anthony street is First Infantry United States Army I States Naval Air Station Rockaway now with the American Expeditionary and he is now stationed at Camp Kear l Beach L I...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

zyvff Til wygmn Ji ia TEXT1I AXXIYERSARY EDITION so an important member of Pershings staff Crowder an 31 U Man One of the highest ranking officers in the United States Army Major General E H Crowder is a graduate of the University General Crowder has done one of the most difficult pieces of work connected with the en trance of the United States into the war that of drafting the men but through all the difficulties there has never been a note of condemnation re garding his work Dean Walter Miller of the Graduate School is now doing Y M C A work on the Italian front Dean Miller first went to France and made an excellent record in his work there Officers who have returned to this country report that the men are devoted to Dean Miller Because of his linguistic ability he was transferred to Italy Prof J A Gibson of the chemistry department is in Y M C A work in THE EYEXIXG 3TISS0URIAX MONDAY 3IAY 6 1918 tics and for the last few years has never failed to rank among the first ten leading ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

1 1 rm i IJ H Page Four iM wy t -- From Farm and Shop Professional Office and College Classroom They Rallied at the Call Leo D Crocker son of Mr and Jrs John Crocker o G09 Xorth Eighth street is landsman machinist in the aviation section of the Navy Bi Sergeant Homer A Heibel son of Mr and Mrs J A Heibel of 9 Mel bourne street is in the quartermas ters department of the Regular Army He is stationed at Camp Funston The following statistics show the remarkable growth of Stephens College in resi dent enrollment since its standardization as a Junior College in 1912 1913 14 Increase in enroll ment over preceding year 100 per cent 1914 15 Increase in enroll ment over preceding year 15 per cent 1915 16 Increase in enroll ment over preceding year 25 per cent 1916 17 Registration closed August 1 1916 with dormitories filled to ca pacity 1917 18 Increase in enroll ment over preceding year 50 per cent This increase was made possi ble by the erection of a new fire proof dormi tory which was fil...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

W imiimimmi iiMinniimiiiwiipiiii mil i iTiinTiflya i1 rJfy rTrlH3Wr TETJI AXMTERSABY EDITION A GAGE HAT Smiths Millinery 1003 East Broadway WABASH MARKET GROCERTERIA Buy a LIBERTY BOND or better still Save a Liberty Bond You can do this in a verv short time if vou trade with us Phone 888 MRS WEATHERS DISTINCTIVE MILLINERY Individual Reasonable Styles Prices MRS HESS OVER ROGERS APPAREL SHOP HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING Silks and Net 15c per yard Cotton and Linen 10c per yard Prompt attention given to mail orders MRS J R MARSH 1120 Locust Phone 1067 White Exclusive Smart Millinery Attractive Reasonably Patterns Priced MRS METTY Second Floor TH1LO BUILDING BROADWAY HITT THE EVENING MSSOUBIAN MONDAY MAY 6 1918 Now is the time to learn to sew After making your clothes you will feel more competent to sew for yourX country KEISTERS LADIES TAILORING COLLEGE 3rd Floor Elvira Bldg Shampooing Hair Dressing Manicuring Mas saging and Face Bleaching CHIROPODY A SPECIALTY The Only Graduate Moler Ide...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

won iumbwwi Page Six EDITORS OF THE 3JlSS0UltlA Men Who JIaTe Serred From 1903 to the Present Ernest R Evans of Armstrong Mo was the first editor of the University Missourian as it was then called serving in the year of 190S 09 the first year of the School of Journalism and the newspaper Mr Evans work on the Missourian laid the foundation for his later success in advertising work in Milwaukee Chicago and St Louis He was graduated with the de gree of A B in 1909 In 1909 10 J B Powell whose home was at Quincy III sened as editor will be offered Some of the literature courses will be in English and some in in forwarding the work of the war He French serves on the board of visitors of thej Courses in home nursing and Red SAlfrw JsB JIH C c 5 Missouri Union Sen Ice Flag United States Naval Academy and makes frequent trips to Washington and other cities in the East in con nection with this and other war du ties The University is playing a part in the Russian situation through the fact tha...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

TEXTH ASMYEBSART EDITION During this period about 10000 has been spent for supplies In this j try while several thousand more has been sent to the national headquarters for use elsewhere An average of about sixty women work daily in the local work rooms Many thousands of pounds of pajama suits hospital shirts surgeons gowns surgical dressings bed shoes and ban dages have been shipped and are now in use abroad Bed Cross circles have been form ed at Ashland Deer Park Englewood Bocheport Midway Ccntralia Halls ille Sturgeon Woodlandville Prairie Groe Harg Berea Ashland Bethle hem and Cedar Church Banks and Wilhite schoolhouses and Springs covering practically the whole County Some of the largest contri butions have come from these auxili ary organizations While Missouri leads the states in the sale of War Savings and thrift stamps Boone County leads Missouri Boone County has a whole year to 100 Fireproof Rooms 50 With Bath HKlt CKOSS 1UXS 1ltAISE ruIuirUrs Commends Character of Work Do...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 May 1918

Page Eight Graduates of be School Year 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 191C 1917 Number 1895 1 6 10 10 22 20 19 20 34 Total 2 Our History Our doors opened for busi ness in Columbia St Patricks Day March 17 1895 in one room under Stones Music Hall on South Ninth street being the first dry goods store to conduct business on the strictly cash basis Within a short time the store had grown and room by room was added until the store occupied four rooms and basement Finally the Music Hall on the second floor was taken over to give room for the rapidly growing business Having out grown our quarters on Ninth street we were forced to look for another home R B Price Jr agreed to furnish us an elaborate up-to-date i and an attractive building at 1 716 8 Broadwav In Tokyo for a year Mr Powell is at present in Shanghai China as as sociate editor of Millards Review a weekly concerned with affairs of the Far East Dean Williams is a practical news paper man of both city and country experience He ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 May 1918

Ifyonwlshthenncolor ed truth read the As loclated Press news TENTH YEAR ift OFTEN W the War M J Lowenstcin or the Star St Lou Is on A Newspapers Service to the Community N A Huse of the American Press As sociation New York on The Gold Medal Plan Tom V Bodine of the Mercury Paris on Constructive Criticism 3 to 3 p m Engineering Building Open house by students of School of Engineering for Journalism Week visitors 4 p nu Rollins Field Baseball Missouri versus Kansas 5 p m Swltiler HalL Meeting of Association of Past Presi dents of the Missouri Press Asso ciation 730 p m UnlTersIty Auditorium Frederick A Stowe of the Herald Transcript Peoria Illinois on The Independent Community Jsewspa per Oswald F Schuette of the News Chi cago on An American War Corre spondent In Germany of Woodrow Wilson a feeling which was entirely abandoned in the next three pictures of the kaiser crown prince and von Hindenburg which were in fact made more hideous with red and yellow decorations Cartooning Regan i...

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