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THE EYEXIXG MISSOUBIAS, MOXDAT, XOYE3IBER 11. 1918.
WAR WORK SPEAKERS
Hold Meetings on Down
town Corners During
ASHLAND OVER TOP
Incomplete Reports for Co
lumbia Show $7,100
Outdoor meetings were held on the
downtown streets of Columbia today,
begining at noon, in the interests of
the United War Work campaign.
These patriotic meetings were
merged with the celebration over the
news that Germany had accepted the
Allies' rigorous terms.
Private Earl Ramey of Frederick
town. Mo., a Marine who lost one leg
at the battle in Belleau Wood, was
one of the speakers. Others weVe
Dean Isidor Lqeb. B..C. Anderson and
Prof. J. E. Wrench.
Ashland is the first Boone County
town to report a complete subscrip
tion of its quota. Canvassers yester
day raised more than the $t"00 asked
from that community, but exact fig
ures were not obtainable today.
An Ashland delegation came to Co
lumbia in motor cars and auto trucks
to join in the peace celebration today.
One of the trucks bore a Liberty Bell,
which was rung constantly.
The closing of stores on Columbia
because of the peace news caused j
Boyle G. Clark, city campaign man-1
ager. to call in the canvassers who j
were to have combed the business dis
trict today. They will make a new !
drive tomorrow, when it is expected
to put Columbia over the top.
Reports this morning, with nine of
the thirty-three residence districts
missing, totalled $7,100 In subscrip
tions, according to Clark.
"If the business section will do as
well as the residence sections, there
will be no doubt about Columbia's
oversubscribing its quota," said Clark, j
Captain William O. Hill reported j
that the collegiate section of the S. (
A. T. C. had raised $7,400, or nearly i
twice its quota. Subscriptions of men
sick, absent or on special duty are
expected to raise this figure.
Senator Wifley, who was to have
spoken here yesterday in the interests
of the campaign, was unable to be
present. His place was taken by Pri
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR -
It is net necessary for me to call the attention of the people of the
state to the noble purposes of freedom for which the manhood of Am
erica is fighting on a foreign field. Our commonwealth ha3 arisen to a
splendid uamlrstauding of these principles as expressecTin the pur
chase of Liberty Bonds and subscriptions to other war campaigns.
That the world may be free frcm autocratic oppression, millions of
our young men have separated themselves from their accustomed cl
ilian life, with all Its domestic influence. There is, therefore, a nat
ural need in France, and in our cantonments, for the agencies that will
supply. In some measure at least, the jvholesomo Influence of the
American home, the church and society. "
Seven organizations, anthorlzed by the" Government to care for
the welfare of the men in the service have been requested by President
Wilsonto combine their campaigns. These organizations are: The
Young Men's Christian Association, Young Women's Christian Associa
tion. National Catholic War Council (K. of C), Jewish Welfare Board,
War Camp Community Service, American Library Association and Sal
The manner in which these organizations, since the very Incep
tion of the war. have contributed to the welfare, comfort and con
venience of the men in the service Is a source of continuous satisfac
tion to every loyal American.
Every good citizen will agree with the wise suggestion of the
President and regard it as a great privilege to contribute to the point
of real sacrifice to sustain the vvork of these organizations.
NOW. THEREFORE, I, Frederick D. Gardner, governor of Missou
ri, do hereby proclaim that the week beginning Sunday, November 10,
191S, shall be designated and set apart for the United War Work Cam
paign. I appeal for earnest attention to the work and a liberal re
sponse to the call fur the funds absolutely necessary for its mainte
nance.. Despite the numerous so-called peace offensives of the enemy, the
coming jear promises to be the most critical one of the war. We will
have at least another two million men In the service and it Is highly
necessary to the morale of that noble Army that they experience no
interruption cf this morale-making work which has entered into their
army life, bringing them happiness and courage. To -sec there Is no
interruption is the part of those our boys have left at home our part.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Missouri.
Done at the City of Jefferson this 29th day of October, A. D. 1918.
(Signed) FREDERICK D. GARDNER
By the Governor:
JOHN U SULLIVAN,
Secretary of State.
I CASUALTY LIST !
A total of 2,434 is reported today on
the combined Army casualty list.
They are divided as follows: Killed
in action, 7S2; died of wounds. 2G2;
died from accident and other causes.
11; died from airplane accident. 4;
died of disease, 477; wounded severely,
224; wounded, degree undetermined,
225; wounded slightly. 156; missing
in action, 307; prisoners. 61.
Those from Missouri on the list are:
Killed In Action.
Lieutenant Theodore B. Bazan, Mober-
Iy. Dr. L. A. Bazan. next of kin.
Sergeant Albert A. Grodsky (Marine)
St. Louis. Bernard Grodsky, next
Corporal Edward J. Kenney, Cameron.
Mrs. Sarah Kenney. next of kin.
Corporal Albert J. Harden (Marine)
Elwood. Allen J. Harden, next of
Corporal Wilbur C. Odam. Union-
vIIIp willlnm fi. Odam. next of kin.
Mechanic Eugene S. Withington, St. Benjamin Bode, next of kin,
nne), St. Joseph. Mrs. Alice Mil
bourn, next of kin.
Private F. Thomure (Marine). St.
Louis. H. T. Thomure, next of kin.
Died of Wound1!.
Sergeant Duerall C. Satterfield. St.
Louis. Mrs. L. Satterfield, next of
Sergeant Ralph R. Harper, St. Joseph.
Mrs. H. W. Harper, next of kin.
Corporal Leslie Woodmansee, Purcell.
Mrs. Rosa Woodmansee, next of kin.
Private Melvry E. Cox. Guthrie. A. S.
& S. R. Secretary, next of kin.
Private Earl C. Payne. St. Joseph. J.
R. Payne, next of kin.
Private Tom W. Burr, Minden Mines.
Mrs. Mary Burr, next of kin.
Private Frank X. Fraas, Kansas City.
F. X. Fraas. next of kin.
Private Ross A. Hubbell, Farber. Mrs.
Susie Hubbell, next of kin.
Private Cornelius Prohl, Roach. Mrs.
'Wilhelmina Prohl. next of kin.
Private Everett V. Smith, Gladden.
Mrs. Lucy Smith, next of kin.
Private Ray T. Williams. Osgood. Mrs.
E. Williams, next of kin.
Died From Accident and Other Causes.
Private Carl J. Clapper, Neosho. Cal
vin Clapper, next of kin.
Hied Front Disease.
Corporal Charles C. Corover, Bonne-
terre. William Corover, next of kin.
Wagoner Harold Hewlett, Nevvtonia.
A. J. Hewlett, next of kin.
Private John Cole, Ashland. Mrs.
Nancy Cole, next of kin.
Priate Grover C. Mooney, Frestus.
Mrs. Ella Mooney, next of kin.
Pr.vate B. L. Fletchall. Grant City.
Mrs. Mima Waugh, next of kin.
Private Conard A. Bode, St. Elizabeth.
Louis. Mrs. Anna Belle Withington,
next of kin.
Cook Frank II. Fleming. Doe Run.
Nicholas O. Fleming, next of -kin.
Private John T. Barony. Kansas City.
Mrs. Chesman Barnby, next of kin.
Private Henry L. Harden. Clinton.
Alexander Darden, next of kin.
Private Arthur P. Kirtley. St. Joseph.
Mrs. Mary Kirtley, next of kin.
Private Leon R. Tester, Grove Spring.
J. W. Tester, next of kin.
Private Robert L. Burcn. St. Louis.
Mrs. F. E. Buren, next of kin.
Private Ralph J. Storey, Brookfield.
Mrs. Anna Storey, next of kin.
Private Hubert Smart, Lebanon. Mrs.
Mary Smart, next of kin.
Private R. J. Smith, St. Joseph. Louis
A. Smith, next of kin.
Private John W. Kious, Luray. Mar
tin Kious, next of kin.
Private Henry Horton. St. Louis.
James Horton, next or kin.
Private Myrl W. Howe, Elmer. Oral
W. Howe, next of kin.
Private Claude E. Kcssler. Webb City.
Milton E. Kessler, next of kin.
Private Herbert C. Pipes. Rocheport.
Mrs. Mary Pipes, next of kin.
Private Cyrus E. Phillips, Kansas City.
Mrs. Pearl Phillips, next of kin.
Private Pearl G. Smith. Queen City.
William F. Smith, next of kin.
Private Andrew B. Corrigan, St. Louis.
Mrs. Margaret Corrigan. next of kin.
Private Claude D. Fleming. Maitland.
Park A. Fleming, next of kin.
Private J. Province Jr.. Irondale. J.
L. Province, next of kin.
Private Logan Vollmar, Cabool. J. V.
Vollmar, next of kin.
Private Ora R. Clark (Marine). Key-
tesvllle. R. R. Clark, next of kin.
Private Harry M. Nickels (Marine).
Kahoka. Mrs. Eva Nickels, next of
Private Walter J. Oberhaus (Marine),
Washington. Mrs. Mary Oberhaus. .
next of kin.
Private Charles Elmer Milbourn (Ma- j
Private Charles A. Frederick, Louisi
ana. .Mrs. Hilda Frederick, next of
Private John Irvine. St. Lcuis. Mrs.
Anna Kculis. next of kin.
Private Clifford Bennett. Stella. Mrs.
CI fford Bennett, next of kin.
Private R. O. Kincahi, Lathrop. Mrs.
Mary V. Kincaid, next of kin.
Private Burl Kirby, Howland. Lafe
Kirby. next of kin.
Private P. M. Johnson. St. I-ouis. Mrs.
Minnie Johnson, next of kin.
Private Leo Miller. Acorn. John Mil
ler, next of kin.
Private Walter Street, Norwood. Mrs.
Rosa Street, next of kin.
Private Victor Peterson. Kansas City.
Mrs. Charlotte Peterson, next of kin.
Private Perry L. Smith. Blackwater.
P. D. Smith, next of kin.
Private Robert C. Sunrovv, Monfro.
Mrs. May Sunrovv, next of kin.
Private Sobastiano Urzi, St. Louis.
Corporal Walter A. Henze. Flaming
ton. A. F Henze, next of kin.
Corporal I. M. Strout. Livermore Falls.
Mrs. Annie Strout, next of kin.
Private S. D. Beckley Sedalia, W. A.
Beckley. next of kin.
Private Corbett Goss. Brownsville, J.
A. Goss, next of kin
Private M. E. HencverTNevada. G. C.
Henovcr, next of kin.
Private Fred Allen Renick. St. Louis.
Mrs. Eugene T Voigt, next of kin.
Lieutenant Frank D. Kent, Clinton. F.
B. Kent, next of kin.
Private Edward F. Stackle. St. Gen
ieve. Henry Stackle, next of kin.
Private William B. Lybarger, Poplar
Bluff. Mrs. Julia Lybarger, next of
Corporal Stanley A. Mossman, Pecu
liar. Orlando L. pssman, next of
Private Willard M. Morris, Sedalia.
Mrs. Clara J. Morris, next cf kin.
Private Raymond Paul Wattcnbarger.
Cora. Mrs. Martha Almond, next
Private Joseph G. Woods, Holden. Wil
liam H. Woods, next of kin.
Sergeant Elmer J. Thomas, Birchtree.
Mrs. Jcsie Thomas, next of kin.
Private Paul J. Lindsey, Kansas City.
Miss Mabel Lindsey. next of kin.
Private Pearl Schrage, Hurdland.
Theodore Schrage, next of kin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas enter
tained the following guests at din
ner yesterday: Mrs. Emma Francisco
their house guest, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles D. Rcdgers and Mrs. Rodgers'
sister, Mrs. Theodore Dreiser of New-York.
Miss Martha Rca and Mrs. Charles
Rea who have been here visiting Mrs.
Rea's son, Stanley, who is In the hos
pital suffering from a broken leg, left
this morning for their home in Kansas
Miss Katherine Jones entertained
Mrs. C. B. Miller. Misses Frances and
Helen Mitchell and Mrs. S. F. Conley
at bridge Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reinhart will
entertain Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas
and their guest, Mrs. Emma Francis
co at dinner tonight at the Daniel
Mrs. C. F. McVey chaperoned her
niece. Miss Elizabeth McVey. a stu
dent in Christian .College and Elmer
Gill of St. Louis at dinner at the Dan
iel Boone Tavern last .night.
E. W. Stephens left today for Jeffer
son City to spend the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Searcy Ridge en
tertained Miss Helen Adair and Lieu
tenant Carl Junge at dinner Satur
day night at their home in tho Dumas
Mrs. John Sykes and Mrs Turner
McBaine returned last night from a
visit to St. Louis and St. Charles.
Miss Mary Louise Brown entertain
ed friends at luncheon Saturday, in
henor of Mrs. Butler Ames of Boston,
who Is the guest of her mother. Mrs.
William H. Willis.
Miss Katherine Cannack returned
last night from St. Louis where she
visited her brother. Major Frank Car-mack.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stephens have
Mrs. Orazia Bapisalda. next of kin.-k. ,. . ,, ,,, i'
... .. ... n ,. i i . , they were the guests of relatives.
W ouiiilcd, Decree I determined. .
Miss Alice Hope of Jefferson City
is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Ken
Mrs. Solon Smith has returned to
her home in Fayette, after a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Spencer.
Misses Sibyll Flagg; Elizabeth
Spencer. Olivia Carter and Jack Letts,
Philip Cotton and Frank Houston
were members of a picnic party who
had supper at Rollins Spring last
Captain A. K. Weiler. who Is on the
way from Hannibal to Fort Riley,
Kan., Is visiting at the home of E. W.
Miss Martha Rea and Mrs. Charles
Rea. who have been here visiting Mri:
Rea's son, Stanley, who is in the hos
pital suffering from a broken,, leg. left
thi smorning for their home in Kan
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