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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAK VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910. NUMBER 35. FAIR WEATHER PROMISED. lip 15 LOST BY Journalists to Meet.' A meeting of the students in Journalism will be held at 0:4.". o'clock tonight in Switzler Hall. A department club organization will be formed, and a new treasurer appointed to take the place of Hut-man Hoelke, who has left school. fi FOOTBALL Tomorrow the Temperature Will Rise, is the Forecast. The weather forecast for Columbia is: "Fair and colder tonight. Satur day fair with rising temperature." The temperatures: 1 1. U. BUILDING FOR 1910 TIGERS jsS Anna Cronwall Stayed Late and .Janitor Fast ened the Doors. L OGKEO fill IS m i it m WASHINGTON 25-10 CAR WRAPPING 7 a.m 27 11 a.m 29 8 a.m 27 12 noon 30 1' a.m 2S 1 ii.m 31 10 a.m 2S 2 p.m 32 Playing of Each Team is Er- E. A. Kemley Says Few Per-ratie- Many Chances sons Realize Wear and to Score Missed. ' Tear in the Service. Minor Details Left to J. A (Jil)son. Who Will he in Charie of...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 January 1910

t3 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN 'nage is under way now. ., thoroughly drained would ho richer An i;viii!rH.iil ! tin- -ml-iit- tti ii- .'iiro:ili-!n:it in.- l':r. .!- i m Mt- -.Imki:.)!" 1'iin. J. It. H.wi i.i M.in.tfjia- IM:nr. K. I. "jm kh:- Itu-iii M:m.!.r. -Jo-rpii K."nA-Miii' i!.'iti-'i!-- M.in;ic-r. uxivj:i:.-ity mi.-m hkian a.-.-i hixvu n H.i:i:v I".. Itini:...-. l'r.-M.-ia. ;..i:l-.N l"i-lil i:..-TPlr. I". "'. ."iK!.. Ir-a-nriT .7.1:. r.m-iii,. j. i;. 'i.i-in. K. !:. Piui.il! v.. I:. I. I.i...rrr. J. Y. UlM.l.lM-. l.A. HaKVI.I. 'ilTi'K: Ml.-.iin:i.X ltril.I'JN'".. 1 I0T I'.KHeln.ii . Tf!vl"i: KiiiiT.il sii ih" l'i.-i!lic- at I'ulitutliia. M. -.full.l-.Ml Mali limtl'T .-ri!-'l:llT!nX l'I:!(K. Invjirinl.l.v in .iivano-. Ity Mai! ir t -rrrl.-r. 5lmii Y-jr. .ymM-T aincl- l.iii.-- .nvi:ini.-i.'i: i:.vn on aitlh ai i ' AiMrv--si!! riortnmiV.ilht::- Ii. ISIVi:iL-ITV MI I'lIM N. i..itnii..i.. M Arameans First Coin Makers. I What itf regarded...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 January 1910

j I I I & M z OStiTA UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY. JANUARY 14, 1910. osing Out Sale of the Well Known vjXLi SHOES . jrtt7!S.aaacKBSSgac5aegagsE7Bgti r ptrmg-wryyicji-. , .- :inau: -gMflKjagiiii,iwiNt sggga 'HE name "Regal" on shoes means as much as the name "Sterling" on silver. This tre mendous sale of our entire stock of Regal Shoes is unquestionablv the biroest mer cantile event Columbia has seen in many a day. There are shoes here for men and women, and it is unnecessary to urge you to lay in a supply while this sale is in effect, Early buy ing is much more satisfactory. Extra salespeople to handle the crowds. Be here early tomorrow morning. ? M w 50 .... and $ 4 Regals, your choice at $2.95. FOR MEN. 135 pairs of Men's Finest Patent Jj Leather Blucher Shoes, 1 75 pairs or Men s racent Learner button Shoes, 75 pairs of Men's splendid Calf Skin Shoes, in button or lace take your &J 95 choice of $3.50 and $4.00 Regals at $Lo mi B f FOR WOMEN. 225 pairs of Women's Patent L...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910. ! OFFICIALS WERE HARD TO GET iHBM?vaniinBim,aHHHBIH!BiBHBHlnMBmi3BBHm9BS!CKSIII B . . I January Shoe Sale Saturday Morning, Jsinuary 15th THERE are two things that make this of interest to the shoe buyer. One is that every shoe in the store is to be sold at a cut price. And another that every pair of shoes is backed by the Miller Guarantee of Quality. The sales of the past have demonstrated to Columbia and Boone county people that every claim made is fully carried out. GOOD SHOES ARE NEVER A POOR INVESTMENT Men's Shoes $5.00 Patent and Gun Metal Shoes 00 at (JO. 4.00 Patent and Gun Metal Shoes at. 3.50 Patent Street and Dress Shoes at " " 3.00 Patent and Calf Shoes at $3.45 12.95 $2.45 Women's Shoes $4.00 and $3.50 Patent and Tan Shoes at 3.50 Patent and Gun Metal Shoes at 3.00 Button and Lace Shoes at 2.50 Patent and Dull Shoes at $2.05 $2.95 $2.45 $1.95 SATURDAY MORNING 76 Pairs Women's Patent, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Button and Lace S...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 January 1910

NIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1910. NUMBER 86. u f ' Si I I ES END STORE IS CLOSED ' 0. H:irn il Agrees to Quit the Ruvness for Two Years. ci275 FINES ON 4 CHARGES pleaded (imHy to Fifteen In-diftnieir.- for Illegal Li ,..!' Sales. Tlie West I-.' i drug "tor., owned by ! n H-irrt'" ' ;i cioseu yi'sifi u.ij . ii. ". - n will ren::iu liwfd two years, ae :ti:rivment made be en ami L. T. Scarry. .! of Roone countv. r returned fifteen in-:.-t Barrett, charging (ordins to an tneen Mr. I'm: jirotenitiJ'S ;!;:' The -rami J diaments at- u him with viola" in lioone c-ou' i to all of tlu-. on fmir i'f '"'" HSSsslTHE NEW HAIL ROUTB in . barges. The oilier eleven count.- .! (0jt. when !: '!-;'t re tlismissed at his "l "' 1 to close his drug ;. store for two . n.nrret start 'M i he West End drug store in Ma. !:' H- was formerly the owner of : n Klk Horn saloon, on Walnut Stro-i. About a year after ...T...I "tll'r" llO tTM,tlll ill I nit rouai; ...i. . .....

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Kveiiimrluily by tin-Student-: in tin School of Journalism at the I'niversity of Missouri. J. II. 1 'dwell E. It. ClIlLIiEKS JOT.1'11 K. ClIA"lKK... Mauajriut: Kiliti ir. Unsine.--. MmiiiRiT. ... Advertising MmuiKcr. CMVKIttilTV MIS.-OUUIAN ASSOCIATION lnc.) IIarkv E. Uiium;-. President. Cdi-.i-N Fi-iiEit. Secretary. K. W. "ooKK. Trea-urer. J. It. I'oU UX. .1. E. IT-UXiX. E. K. Cmi.iiCRS K. K. I.n;nT. J. F. WllJ IAM-1. C. A. Hakvky. OFFICE: MISSOl'MAN Kl'ILDINli. llffi Itroaduay. Telephone Ki. Entered lit tin I'lclofliie at Columbia. Mo., as sti'ii!iU'l& mail matter. SL'HSCnilTION I'HICE. Invariably in Advance. I!y Mull or (iirrier. School War fc"l SeiiwMT 1 Silicic -!!. i' AIEHTISIN(i KATES C)N .U'l'Llt-VTION. AiMre.- nil communication' to IWlVEitSlTY MlS.-UfKlAN. Columbia. Mo. University Calendar January 18 Ueology lecture, l'ror. C. F. Marbut, University Assembly. January 21 The Rev. C. E. Burgess at So...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. JANUARY 17, 1910. AvERYTIM&i'ozX seeaGrcle-think 0Il5" ' """'ca pa ' I -andetinthe well -dressed Circle i i They're on s J exclusively ai- The Rochester! feis i QUITS NEWS STAND TO one UNVERSTY St. Louis Hoy Will Take the Examinations Here in Februarv. HAS $1200 BANK ACCOUNT Says He is "Determined to Get a Profession," and Chooses Law. ROCHESTER DELEGATES SPEAK DYEING an! CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fne Garments, Portierr :. Imported Rurs, etc. Wr.rks: 13th St. and Park Ave Sti-.-es: 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street We solicit your patronage C-.rresponder.c: urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. sYIl -4iiii zr tst Titnvicu t-i s i unnun VS 'L blend I-IrlcIGARETTES MILD. FRAG RANT. MELLOW. A SATISFYING SMOKE 20 yyr 15? Go to WALLER FOR YOUR Savitar Picture. MOBERLY STEAM LAUNDRY Ha never lost a patron because of unsatisfactory work. Laundry re turned within forty-eight hours. J. KALINA Student Agent s r i. i: "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1910. : 1 FUNERAL OF MRS. SHIELDS. i. Price, A. W. McAlester, .1. D. Howling. J. S. Clarkson, IJ. A. Watson. Y. T. Methodist Church Yes- iiniinin. O A. Rrnailhentl. G. A. nmcl- i ' -- ' lord. Slater Lenier, (5. W. Trimble and T. B. Hickman. Tlie acting nail bear ers were: B. M. Anderson, C. IJ. Rol lins, G. IJ. Hollins, Charles Matthews. .1. A. Stewart. Marion Baker, V. B. Xowell and W. M. Scott. Mrs. Shields was the widow of Wil liam C. Shields, who was a professor i -Services at th terday Afterncon. Tilt- funeral of Mrs. Lucy B. Shields. IB years old. who died at the Athens hotel last Thursday after a long ill ness, was held at the Methodist church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Rev. C. M. Bishop of Mexico. Mo.. formerly of Columbia, conducted the services, assisted by the Rev. C. M. AUer and the Uev. H. 1'. Hoi ton of Columbia. Burial was in tl.e Colum- -bin reici'ierj. The children who survive Mrs. Shields are: Mrs. Mary Shields Law...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 January 1910

UNIVERSITY M ISSOURIAN. I VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1910. NUMBER 87. FARM YIELDS If BE DOUBLED n-m Mu!U'"il Says Scientific .Metli"1!" Would Have This F.iiect. jXPERIMEN IS PROVE CLAIM ;VsrrifuUunil Colleges Musi Solve lVoiik-in of Foot! Piviiudion. . i!ii" is available at in increase the yield ..: in .Missouri from :;t. if it were only i.i i This is proved. . i F. P.. .Mumfoid. of .. vulture of the t'ni- i .ii. by the fact that - of .Missouri raise : EllOUE.1 - ihe prose:! i i . 0f corn an" ;,. lc U"' " a,t, -riling l ' (;e I'oil'g'' ' UTril.V of i. tie b-.-i i ftum : !' the average. fiitainiiiS ;I! tU.ns in i' i1 cent more tuasi.Eail !:iooiier, ! .rag farmers are not j .nit iron; their opera-j . i.e say.-. The :r.-i;t- .Ul of lorn in Mij- SxEutzBK TRAINING HARD i i'i.:i.'l-- an acre, has no! ttn yea: in the state i wtich is '' : Ttee yield bushels an acre. -s than in ISM. corn and wheat are : i . EGt i:.ateriall. le.-s than in other , states of the 1 nion...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Kivtiineliailj-liy tlifSiiicl.Miii:i the School of Joiinulism lit tin- I'niversity of IiMiiiri. J. 1! IViwkij MaiKiKini: IMitor. E.K.(itiLHMi- liu-in.i Manlier. Joki-ii h. (1iAMir Ailvi-rtIiiiR .Manager. J'lii.v . W i!.i i ai -imlatic in Manager. CXIVKltSITV MISeUrUIAX AS.-OCl.VTIUN (Inc. I IIauiev K. liiniM,., rri'.-iclcnt. (;ii:ix lnm, Secretary. 1". W. Omiki:. TreuMirer. J. It. I'uuixi., j. ;. 1'i.Alx.x. E. It. ClIII.llF.KS. It. F. I.FJ..itTT. J. F. V H.UAMS. c. A. I! Aiivrt . OFFIi'K: .MISSOfHIAX WIUHXc;. lie J. i Ilromlway. lelei.lioiie M. Entercl at the l'o-loflice at Columbia. .Mo., as M'conil-t'lii;- mail matter. Sni.-X'KIITIO.V lMtlCK. Invariably In Aiivanvu. Ily Mail or Oirrier. School Yir (i 6eiiter 7ii". Sinele Co.ie '..'.'.'.'.'..'. 7r Aivi:itTisix; i:.ti: ox aiti.icatkix. Ailrim.- all communication- to fXIVKItSITY MltJsOrKIAX. C oluml.ia. Mo. - tS. University Calendar January 21 Tlie Rev. C. E. ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 January 1910

see a Circle -think I of S- clothes I andgetinlhe B Ywell-drcospd Circled F T liilill SC L SEC T II sale exclusive! They're on The Rochester! Kansas Law Finds Opposition in the Large Cities of the State. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 18. 1910. ENGLISH WOMEN SMOKE CIGARS i RUSSIA FIRST WHEAT COUNTRY Most of Them Prefer Cigarettes One ' United States No Longer Leads in Pro- Smokes a Pipe. I.0XD0X A statement that the ci garette habit is fast beir.K replaced by a general use of cigars in fashionable feminine circles in Kngland is not con firmed by cigar merchants in the West duction of the Cereal. WASHIXCTO.V The Inited States has lost the distinction of being th" largest wheat producing country in the world. Russia now heads the list. That country produced 7.-3 million SOME STUDENTS EXPELLED Members Suspended When Organizations Refuse to Disband. Cf? CV ! TO!I-:KA- K:is- -,an- IS Xearly k VaJk. jLtJ every one of the large towns in Kan Jw X&MEfjIRV sas js in the thick of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1910. - e T TEST !l iWT?W!yP-. G EL WHOLESALE HND RETAIL Licensed Aaenls lor KRYRTOK BIFOKALS j&r.- pv f ' .t.yi.'ii'AtAr. ri m ifc"c it's in t!ie Curte THE HOUSE OF TORICS TELEPHONE 968 RED DR. R. H. ELLS. Optometrist MOUNTINGS SHUR-ON STA-SO 1LIKIT SO-EASY ITSIT LENSES ELLS OPTICAL CO. kryptok " TORtC 910 A BROADWAY CENTEX AMYTHEST Turn to let: at head o( stairs AMBER LUXFEL Circular Letter to the Public In August. 19C9. 1 crgnrizerJ the Ells Optical Co.. putting in a full line of mountinco and uncut lenses with a modern edging pla.-.t. enabling cur patrons to get their glasses on the sr.me day they were fitted. The venture hac fcec". a success, and I must still enlarre the plant, I must have a surfacing machine and a )arger V.re o." machinery and stcck than I at present have. To do this I must raise S1.GC0 in the next 30 days, so I have decided to be the first man that ever literally smashed the prices on first class spectacles and ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 January 1910

ITY MISSOUHIA1N l VOLUM E II- COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910. UNIVERS K PUCE GittHTED I IRS KUHtM n " .' . mi tii'i A ninin l ij-'orn'1 v- """" """ - Vw:ir(k'i 1 Jccrec in ian s:ts C'itv. SfflFE OF AN ARMY OFFICER Will Ihi Custody of Dor-c:ir-')l(l Dauijh (..ambliu";. if othy. i-V tcr l'..ili:!S Kuthorford. r- t'ia, was granted : ... from Henry II. Iluth ! Sia:-s army surg-on. now .-tationed in the In ase was heard be ':. tii's division of tli- !..- U or f tfcr.i. l'l..l- !Divil- !' " t p;.:ii''!' .I'H.i: ' ..t " i .: K.tasas City. The de n ,i:mi .1 by default. Mr.-. fei:i cr- wa- fK-jtberfi:d w i- g-ven uie cuioiij in j-'daugh. r. Ho: othy. : years old. a't-j Mr.. Km': rtonl, whose maiden r,.l.r was KuWiiU is a sister of C. I'.. of the Exchange Pjin-liKS. ! iilcnt Vational lunk in Ctdumbia. Her par tis are Mi'- :':-l -v-ls- ' " fowling. shi' Iik' :a 1-'-'"' Walnut Street, Co.- , I Ir. te-t:f .:.- against her husband,' f Mrs. Iii.iil-I lorn sam lie ui.:;nv an.. il!!...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Kvcninellaily by lic.'ttik-nt-.in the School of Jonrnali-ni m the I'liiverMty of Miouri. J. It. I'owm.i E. K. t'iiii.irib Joseph E.Cii.v.sorF.. John k. Wiijjaji- MunntriiiK Kili'.or. IniMiu. MmiaKcr. . ...A'lwrtMiiR Manager, i inilation Manager. LNIVEItSlTY MISSOl'KIAS AS.-UC1ATIO.V (Inc. I IIakkv V.. ItnuM;-. I'n-iiilcnt. lioi:!iN li-ni p.. Sccri'liiry, K. W. -ooi;i:.Trea-.:irer. J. li. I'owfj.i.. .1. ;. pi aiwis. E. K. Ciin.iirits. n. k. Lk-aiiTT. J. F. WILLIAM. C. A. IlAKvnv. OKKII.'E: MIsSontlAN" lll'IUHNV,. liar. Ilniiiiluay. Teiei.lione Ki. Entered lit tin- I'li.toflire at Columbia. Mo., a H-oinl-cIa- I'Kiil matter. SL'l!.-ri:lITIOX l'l'lCK. Invariably in Ailvuuru. Jly Mail or Carrier. School Year $.ii Sowe-ier ij;, Siiie!-!- .....'.'...'..'. jr. ADVKiniSiNii KATES ON Al'l'I.ICATIUN. AiMr.-- nil nmiim:ir:itioii- to i".s"ivi:iisnv mi.-.ohu.n. Coliiiul.i:!. Mo. University Calendar .January 21 The Iiev. C. K. Burgess at Social Science club, "Socialism and...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 19, 1910. H ' I a ASK ETBALL rRlNNELL COLLEGE . rhampion of Iowa, 1909, S!ate Champ MISSOURI r,l Admission cr Reserved GeBr Reserved seat tickets on St .rvmnasium. 4 to 6, on day of ge' COLLEGE GIRLS MAKE BISCUITS MOURNING PERIOD SHORTER. FIVE-OUNCE GLOVES FOR POETS I ftls DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Portierres, Imported Rugs, etc. Works: 13th St. and Park Ave Stores: C Twelve Students Prepare Bread in Home Economics Class. Thirty-six different batches of bis cuits have been made by the Stephens College girls in the last two weeks, and not a single batch yes. "batch" is the jiroi.er word, for Webster says: hatch, the quantity of bread baked at one time lias been a failure. The biscuits were of the brown, Huffy kind that everybody likes. The eookimr class at Stephens College has made different kinds of biscuits at the last three laboratory periods. There are twelve girls in the class...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910 ONLY FOUR VETERANS FOR BASEBALL TEA! Men lor Tiucr Diamond Must He Drawn From Fresh man Nine. Our January Clearing Sale Offers the Finest Mens Apparel At Unheard of Prices. 17' VERY man who forgets all seeming impossibility and takes the trouble to investigats this sale will be rewarded beyond his highest expectations. This is our time for quick selling. We Th. GOOD FRATERNITY CLUBS IMPERIAL INK PENCIL! carry no goods over from one season to the next. Come and share in the many bargains which this sale of the finest merchandise offers. Overcoats Reduced 20 to 333o Three Big Bargain Lots of Suits Free choice of up to $25 Suits M c CA Qr JL vl at Choose former $25, $27.50 or $30 Suits, the season's choicest styles, at ... Broken lots of up to $20 Suits at ... $19.50 $10.00 Choice of any Chase y r or Knox Hat at" 0 off Stock Up On Shirts Now Men's $1.50 Shirts n r cut to 6oC Men's $2 Shirts 1 M cut to pl.vU Men's $2.50 Shirts t-J "A cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 January 1910

ITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910. UJNIVERS IS THE CLASSICS FO Younsi Woman Graduate of yj l. Teaches Younir Mm to Waltz. SAYS SHE LIKES THE WORK 'IVcnty-i'oui'. Most i" Them L'nivcrsilv Students. Tjikc Lessons l-'rom Her, Kor four ' Hi Karge ' anJ a 1-alf : M:s Bessie Garnott -iiet, walked ii mile iu-r home each day Shi' was a student in n 1h 111 M'lll"'' ,he School of I-ducat ion at the Univer c:iv of Misse !! i. She spent long hours Injdying hai .1 problems. She worried Ter coii'!'l'x ""' di.lieult (lUestions that ever a-i'iring school teacher icfct solve, shv was taught the meih- 0 0l5 of teaching the classics. As a Jr graduate in .lun.'. 1 '.., she was aM tnined liisrli school teacher, special-! 1 U ized in Creek and mathematics. Hut she caM these notions aside; these ideas of oxer leaching Creek and irathematics. Vhe theories of teach ins which r-he learned in four years of study ai'1 lot used. And still she i teaching. Sh- is giving les...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 January 1910

-, TWJTJJI -SsSSra' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN wh-ch 0Ihers Ir0K1 Iack 0I" application call monotonv. AnEt:murI'aiIyby th.-:ufi,-nt.-inth.'.ch(-jlof J..urtuh.m at thi I :mer-;tj of M:-..jun J. It IVjwkij. E. K. Oiilmh.- JosrPU E ClIA')FF.. John '. Hiuj.m- Manamnsr Editor. Hu-in. Maiugt-r. ...A.Ii-ni-m? Maruurvr. tiruljti'in Mjiu;-:. UNIVEItelTY MIssOriUAN As.-OCLVTIuX lac ' Hakm T. Rii:.r... PTe-i-Vnt. trtji:iN Ki-hfk. s-cr.'tary. F V. Oi-jivE. Troa-uiv-r J. B. Iiiwux. J.E l'i.i!.-.i.v, E. k. (inn.jF.-. 1: f. lfjftt. J. F. VILUAM-. '. A. IlAKVEl . OFFICE : 1KB lim:3y MIsc'jrillAN HflLIUNf.. Te!ri'ho::? G.".. Ent.TV.1 in tiip IV-toi:".fe m Oilumliia. JIo . a -'era.1-il.i-- mail ir..ut-r. Students, or tho-e v!.o bear the name students, often tire of work c study and speak of each day as being monotonous. They fcl tne continu ous round of recitations weighing upon them. Bat are those who make the charge of monotony really in love with their...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 January 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. JANUARY 20. 1910. BASKETBALL GRINNELL COLLEGE State Champions of Iowa, 1909, MISSOURI Friday and Saturday Night Jan. 21-22, al 7:30, Rothwell Gym. General Admission or Reserved c ij 25c Reserved seat tickets on e at Gymnasium, 4 to 6, on day of gme- DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Portierres, Imported Rugs, etc. Ao Works: 13th St. and Park Ave Stores: 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street , We solicit ycur patronage I Corresponded urged 5 LUNGSTRAS, - Si. Louis, Mo. j. m ii ii "inn m irrwum-rririr !! T7STTftil TURKISH lilliHMciGSgTTES MILD. FRAGRANT, NELLGiV. A SATISFYING SMOKE 20 tjr 15? F 2 ?. B fs3 Go to WALLER FOR YOUR Savitar Picture. MOBERLY STEAM LAUNDRY Has never lost a patron because of unsatisfactory work. Laundry re turned within forty-eight hours. J. KALINA Student Agent Complete line HOME-MADE CANDIES Always Fresh. ICE CREAM AND SODAS. The Little Candy Shop Six North Tenth Stree...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 January 1910

1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910. E- UST I IS impse of a L Books Wi R WSPAPER First Gl IM BU 1 PUBLIC VOICE .!- the New Suitings for Spring 1910 0J are invited to inspect the new spring and summer suitings and overcoatings now on display at The Fashion Shop. If the finest quality, the best workmanship, the most perfect fit and reasonable price counts we will get your order. We believe you will agree that this show ing is the finest ever made in Co lumbia or"1 any of the large cities. No use waiting until the big rush; our tailors can give you greater satisfac tion rignt now. Everything is made in our own workrooms by REAL tailors. We hope to add you to our long list of well dressed satisfied patrons. May we show you now? COLUMBIA, MQ. A SEQUEL to OUR SENSATIONAL ORANGE SALE A Saturday Sale of Fine Canned Goods Saturday, January 22, we will sell the follow ing assortment of one dozen cans for $1.10. 1 can, 3 lbs.. California Peaches 1 can, 3 lbs., California Plums ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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