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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 February 1910

ITY MISSOURIAN. U JN X V JIJolO VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1910. NUMBER 111. GLEE CLUB BOYS PAY IY H01E E HAS RESIGNED AS PROFESSOR OF BOTANY FIR DIRECT TAX TO SUPPORT U.0FI. WHEN MR. BRISBANE VISITED UNIVERSITY 1 e,iantioii ot Holanist Ten dered to Curators in Kansas City. Members Houijht Own Tickets to Columbia From Carrollton. 1 II. Woods of Centralist is (tOernor Hadleyand Curators- Resolved This at Meeting in Kansas Cilv. Convicted of Violating Local Option Law. f. GAGER WILL LEI UNIVERSITY m WHISKY OLLLM rHvA - FrBiHiK Htm 3S1m"KsW--- -tfftL GO TO BROOKLYN Inusual Opportunities are Offered tor Hesearch - ... i .. : :.... Ill .New i usmuii. Ii,-. e. : i : iinsi'v, prou-SMir hi I " m rsity of Missouri. lotaii ' ' ' ' cilll.-ltti'd 1 ii.- ! -'gnation to 1 tie Hoard 0f (-i;rat : - n Kansas City Saturday. It tra :'' l'5, '' lll, resignation is to tak- 'Mi' ' t September 1. I Dr. Gag f '"' l '' University oi' Missouri in l'"!K- He was previously director 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. — 28 February 1910

"1 UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1910. 1 H-'tiSSW &2SI UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An EeiiiiiRltailyly tin-Muildit in ilmSc-liiHilnf J)iirrialim m th,. rmvi-r-.it of Misxniri. J. II. 1-owu.i MniiiiKiiiKlMitor. Il.i:i:v t. i:niixi. ISuiti. MuiiiiKir. JoiEi-Hh.:iiA.Miir AchvnMiiK Mhiuikit. JOHN I-.Wiii.iam- rir.-ii1ali.ni Manawr. UNIVERSITY Mlfc.-OTKIAX ASSOCIATION (Inc.) Haiihy K. Kiiii.Mis. 1'nxldfiit. lioRiniN Fi-hek. Set-rrtury. , . ' W. OMiKcTrvuMirtT. J. B. Poweu.. j. K. I'KAIX.X. ?-i':""I,E1-- " F- Llwktt. .F. UlUIAJH. C.A. HaUVF.Y. OFFICE: MISSOFUIAN llt'II.IUNi;. Hft llnmilwuy. Telephone .V.. Entered ut th.- l'.Mtnllir-o t nilmni.t,. M s-eoiil--Iiis mail matter. ' SCItSCKIITION I'UICE. Inrariulily in Ailrunrc. liy .Mail or Carrier. ' School Year m 8ennter '-, 8incit. copies "!!"I"!!I""1!!!"""! Tc AIIVEKTISIN(! KATES ON APPLICATION. AMr" all '.iiiimini(-atim to UXIVKIISITV MI.-.-OFItlAN. Colunit'ia. Mo. UNlONtl.U;Bfr University Calendar Fourth Annual Exhibition of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1910. RROW THE LAST DAY! Last day of the exhibition and sale of the GREAT O f 1 O NAHIGIAN collection of exclusively fine and .. . lare WrieiUai IUgS A truly wonderful collection. If you have not seen the rugs you have missed a rare treat. The collection is in charge of Mr. Frank S. T. Smith, a well-known English authority and lecturer. roadway, Columbia, Mo. Permanent Local Representative of NAHIGIAN BROTHERS, 620 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo. MITE PLAN FOREIGN COMPETITION KEENER s EEO J FRESHMEN EAT DOG BISCUIT They Are Forced to Attend Sopho more Banquet as Prisoners. 0 1 1 1 1 n QTAFI it!! I' i'K-a A..u-ri.-8.,.s lo r-......l,..: MV 1 U N LN ULRL While the eight;, -live- sophomores of DU LI) ulnUlUHI '" h" 1-HI- iv.rl,M. iiA.....!.,.,. Vf UllIX imrLLU nLIIL Y,.rk diversity regaled them in vidi and iii.ai-.aitvo industrial si-lvc.-. one nteht with a full course Guidon ami Koppcl Will Krccl Hiii Park at tTLh Street mid l'aseo. si-lvi'r. ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1910. Yes, We Do Exist to Save Money for Students They are saving it on every purchase. They are getting Second-hand books at half price New books at lowest rates Drawing instruments at $2.50 less per set Pennants and Souvenirs at from 10 to 25 per cent less Everything else at proportionate rates. The students all seem satisfied with the Co-Op policy. How does it stride you? STAND BY THE CO-OP Your Own Store. The State Normal School KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI. An aggressively up-to-date Teachers' College of the best type. -OFFERS- Its Second Annual Spring Festival April 13-14, 1910. FOUR CONCERTS Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 63 People. Normal School Chorus 150 Voices. Season tickets $2.50. Single admission $1.00. JOHN R. KIRK, President. Open Tuesday, March 1 DINNER SPECIAL READY 11:30 A. M. The Leighton Cafe No. 8 N. 10th St. COLUMBIA, - - MISSOURI VACATION MONEY You buy on credit pay when sold and keep the profits fin to 100$ profit and month...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1910

ERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1910. NUMBER 112. UNTV fflTLE OPPOSITION TO DE lli.iiullifs May Nt Make ,l ' . . ,. -i Xoinmati. :is ior -rn 3lnnii'ip:il Election. WILL ELECT COUNCILMEN (; Smnl. :i Studcnl in Collcirc ul Auriculture. to he a i. annulate. Columbia 1 ci.io.-itiim i' aiuniril' ' rliublicaii-. ,,r ii.it they ' t all. !" i' ... uils will have little ihi- Keiublica!is in the n here April .". The .n doubt as to whether i .alio any nominations ; iiiincilnien are to tr ek-cfd on ibi date. V. II. Roth sfll. chaini an ol the Democratic Cen tral committee, said today: The ton u "''1 'iH meet this af ternoon to dei 'de whether a primary election will be hehl or the nomina tions made :n a convention. Person ally. I fa or the primary, and I believe there is littb" doubt that this method will be adopted. We desire to give the people what they want, and they ttrongly favor the primary election. If we hold a primary it will be March 11. as the law ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Aii EieimisKuis bj tin. Su.l. iit-m Uih.K!of jwimaij.-i ai ut I rmr- ty nf Mioun B iyiwmj. Mma;r::i?iiitpr Hu-M ' IIIHv. Ku-in-. MawR.r. jwrra t cin-virr vHiti.-iiik MaiuRt-r. mhi i iluim . t irrulatliiii M.uu.: CMVERSm MIi-sCJUlIA.N As-OU VTION Unc i Hapi-v K Kn.ivc- Ire-.!i-m (Kirii Ki-hh VKTWarj. F vv Coohf.Trea-urer I. B. Pow ell. J t 'm, E R Chilufhs. k F Lfjftt, .F.Wiiham. CA IlArvri OFHCE MISSOURI X BUILDING llilirorta TVkthoneVi. Enteral at the 1'o.toflue at Columbia. Mo . ai -ftotifl-cln-a mall matter -I'BsCKIITIOV I'KICE Itnanat.lj- in tlame By Mail or Kiraf: School 'Wr.. ... $! SemtMir , Sincle tune-. .. " .".'.'.... ' 71, AIVKI:TI-IN, IlATEs OV AITLIC VTION Addre.- all t oiiirmiiH ation- to IMMKflU MI-sOLKUS OVthmib a Mu . f.-.syfc University Calendar Fourth Annual Exhibition of oil painting- dailv in Museum of Archae ology until March G. March o St Louis Sjinj.ib.onj Or chestra. March S 1'iof. V C. Curtis on Exiienmental Zoologv at assemblj. that t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSCURIAN, TUESDAY. MARCH 1, 1910. i 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: 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street We lolicit your patronage: Correspondence urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. The American School of Osteopathy KIRKSVILLE, MO. Offers to High School Gradu ates and College Trained Stu dents a first-class course in a pop ular and growing science. IVrik lo (he Dean for a catalog. "72" SCURLOCK Transfer and Storage Co. R. P. SCURLOCK, - - Manager. W. H. PIKE Silver Brass Copper Polished and Lacquered KODAKS REPAIRED Phone 503 111 S. Eighth Street R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 117 Over Peck's Drug Store J. A. Long & Son Everything in the ; Bakery and Confectionery Line ; Watch for our new college brand bread j Regular dinner - - - 25 cents j Never too late to "send" to your grocer for a tin of Folder's J.TUd.TETT A.KKSR& t 1 soUSiigito G...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 March 1910

r - UNIVERSITY MISSCUKIAN. TUESDAY. MARCH 1. 1910. , i 1 " V H N rump lies j Are Popular FOR THE WELFARE OF COLUMBIA : OKA iuhiuai. ounicoi i.iw. -( STUDENT IRS We are showing pump ties in patent, tan and gun metal. The kind E$32to$5 '-ism-? A jfgfiiS'''' 3P1I3I J M&St&ii i$3Sr& F 7Sr&Wk If F, EQITjf ER HERE Missouri Agricultural Farmer is Official Publication of School. Questions of Civic Interest to Be Dis-' Six Missouri Collcts in Association to cusred at Dinner March 5. The electric lines. Hold Annual Dinr.e UBICHTV. .Mo.. March 1 1 he an nual contest of the Missouri Oratori cal Association nnd a dinner in honor oi" the six orators representing tlio six colleges in this asociation will be The subjects and FIRST ISSUE WAS IN 1904 ; rnre ()t- th, Conipliincntary Copies Sent to Ilitrli Schools. Colleges and I'niversities. Parks. Extension oi' More's boulevard. Coal and clay Holds of lioone county. Ihiildiugs of the future. These subjects will be discussed at iic,(. ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 March 1910

UJNIVERS ITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. ITEREST LAQG1NG I PflMl-Rr A The wcather ":an ,,ro,,,i8eE I If I LilU HL ULUD fa,r weatI,0! for tomorrow. T UUJ" cial forecast is: "Fair tonic: Delict' That Organization is Inactive is Vnni.'. Says J. A. IhuKon. ONLY TWELVE AT ELECTION: miss sampson dead c l- Conlcy. Chosen Presi dent. K canned Otfice Immediately. re the !us:m-ss men of Columbia liosing iitl':v?t -i m ti:e commercial 'dub? 4t the annual election ol the club a-o weeks ag- only twelve members mre iire.-ent. Alter the meeting ev- f;al of tiio-e wb.i attended were ur. alle to tell the i.auu'J of the of'.ieers ijcted cr ouiline the action taken on various matters, although they said liey knew officers had been elected a5d remembered that some matters were discussed. S. F. Conley was elected president. He did not attend tie meeting, and as soon as he was notified of his election, he sent in his resignation. All this has caused the general be lief that members of the club have lost inter...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN j An EveninjrDailj- ly the Stwlent:. in the Sclioolof Journalism at the riiivi-isity of Missouri, i J. B I-owkli Managine Editor. tli .ltiuis.8 Itn.in.-., Manager. JWFJ-ii h , Chas.noff AJvrtiing Miinas.T. John I Vuu.um- ('in-tilutionMaiiiwr. , LMfcI!SlTY MIHSOIKIAX ASSOCIATION (Inc.) Hai'.ky E. Kiihm;s. President. CiORUos Fuher, Secretary. , . '-W.Ouokk. Treasurer. J. B. VOV. UJ.. J. K. I-FARMtN. - -?"'"H. K. K. Lmmctt. -F "'" 'AM". C. A. llAKVF.1 . ..,"KK.";E: MISOl-UIAN Ul'IUlINii. ll(yHniilay. Telephone .rT. Enteral at the PostoflH-e at Colunihia. Mr.. as second-clas- mail matter. HlliSCKlITION 1'ItICE. Invariahly in Advance. Ily Mail ir Carrier. ' School Year $.: : Semester p-, sincie coiii... "!.'"".!!!".!"'.;"""".! ji", , AI)VEKTISIN(i KATKS ON APPLICATION. Address all ronuminiratuin-. to CNIVE1LSITY MISMiUUIAN. Coluniliiii. Mo. dTON University Calendar Fourth Annual Exhibition of oil Dailltinirs dailv in Museum of Archtw ology until March C. ! March 5 S...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2. 1910. i m 3S8 HARMONIZE SCHOOLS! DYEING and CLEANING CO ti Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Portierres, Imported Rugs, etc. Works: 13th St. and Park Ave Stores: 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street We solicit your patronage Correspondence urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. ! The American School of Osteopathy KIRKSVILLE, MO. Offers to High School Gradu ates and College Trained Stu dents a first-class course in a pop ular and grov'nj science. Write to the Dzanfor a catalog. SCURLOCK Transfer and Storage Co. R. P. SCURLOCK, - - Manager. W. H. PIKE Silver Brass Copper Polished and Lacquered KODAKS REPAIRED Phone 503 111 S. Eighth Street f i " ' R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 1 17 Over Peck's Drug Store J. A. Long & Son ! STS Evrrj thing in the Bakery and Confectionery Line . ; Watch for our new college brand bread ' I Regular dinner 25 cents COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE COLUMDIA, MO. ecoo POSITIONS A ". All our...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2. 1910 fi. 1 laster Cesies Early This Year iiunwDADrwrAPTnirc i T&r NUioiniLiioinuiuiio Select the New Spring Suit Now Now you can get better selection and better satisfaction. Have you seen our new 1910 fabrics for spring? They have been pronounced the most beautiful ever shown here. Under our personal direction your suit will be made right. We'd like to add you to our many satisfied patrons. Come in ! A College Mans Store For Hats and Furnishings The cleverest the market offers. New hats, new -Whirls, new ties. Inspect this showing at once. COLUMBIA, MO. CLOTHES EXPERTS. The State Hernial School KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI. An aggressively up-to-date Teachers' College of the "best type. OFFERS Its Second Annual Spring Festival April 1344, 1010. FOUR CONCERTS Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 63 People. Normal School Chorus 150 Voices. Season tickets $2.50. Single admission $1.00. JOHN R. KIRK, President. II ADVERTISING 1. U. I College ot Agricult...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 March 1910

TjNIVERSIT Y MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. IP LUGE HOPES TO 0 Stephens Would Pay Dc mid Increase Us Fndow ment Fund. )l . t- rr-n di? vnrr"Trr Tfl g. J-riCUlv ixri-uiwi-- The Ht'V. H. X. QllisiMllllMTV o I lav.- I'liai-'ir of Cam-imi'-in !"' Money. j-ji,. Uoard ''i Curators .i" Stephens folk? dec idea li lie-in inunediately j . tur 41 Jltl Cllhi fur tll l v.urk '" ..!.- ?, . vneat '! a 1 i't ' 'he institution.' , I I erect!n new buildings, the' njrrliarf ' I'!':'. re ami equipment .-d the in- re.i-e "i tne endowment, i t the i!e-tit:sj of the I'.aptist (!ei:-1 ,al Associai'eti held in Sedalia last Octol'W the hoard was instrueted to' r0leed at om e to raise the amount.) 1 I jhe matter was delayed until a cap ,we Iran to p rfonn this service could ie obtained. The hoard induced the Hev. H. N. Qui.-enherry, pastor of the Baptist church at Fulton, to undertake the work. IT. Quisenherry is a mem ber of the board and was yesterday elected its pre.ident. When he enters tie field lie will have th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Eveningllaily by the Students in the Pchoolof JounmliMn at the riiiwfeity of Missouri. J. B. l'uwiij I!ai:i:v E. IIIIilsos Joseph E. CiiAsoFr.. Jou.v K. William- Manairin;: Editor. Illl-itli- MllllstKer. .A'lverti-ihB MamiKt-r. . circulation Maiiiip-r. UNIVERSITY MJSSOUKIAN ASSOCIATION' Unci HARP.r E. Kidi.vgp. ITeiIent. nontax Fiiif.k, Secretary, . K. W. Cooke. Trea-urer. J.B.I'owhl, J.K. I'fjiIso.n. E. R. CHII.I1KR". R. K. LtJ-UETT. . r. HIIJIAMn. C. A. HARVEY. OFFIfP - tisfiriiiv ni'ii hivi: liKi iiromiway. ' i V.-i".Jioii- :-'. Enteral at the i-.i-toiiUe t Columbia. Mo., at -ifoncU-las.- mail mutter. SU11SCKI1TIU.V l'UICE. Invnriably in Advance. By Mail or Currier. School Year fj.io 8eme?ter liil 8inele Copies ,u"i ADYERTIrilNi; RATES US AI'l'l.ICA'l HlN. AiMre?- all ommimS-ition to ITNlVEItSITV .MIS.-orillAX. Columbia. Mo. University Calendar Fourth Annual Exhibition of oil paintings daily in Museum of Archae ology until March (',. March 5 Sl Louis Symp...

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

" H UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 3. 1910. HUNGER CAUSES DRUNKENNESS WOULD EUY A DICKENS SHRINE CHILDR Landladies Help to Drive Students to I Drink Says Professor. EN ON LONDON STAGE 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: 715 Lccust Street 722 North Taylor Street We sol'cil your patronage Correspondence urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. The American School of Osteopathy K1RKSVILLE, MO. Offers to High School Gradu- atcs and College 1 rained Slu- dents a hrst-c!ass course in a pop- ular and growing science. Write to the Dean for a catalog. i That a large proportion of the use of j stimulants, especially among college students, was due to insulliciei t and! in proper nourishment, was the dec- j titration made by Dr. Harrison Smaiiey of the political economy de pal tment in a talk before the class in marketing of the University of Chica go. The talk was on the s...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 3. 1910. 01 F II 1 i ump lies F, Time! Are Popular The University Horticulturist Answers Many Inquiries Dailv. ennis WHITTEN dULVLd IRS PROBLEMS Its 1 We are showing pump ties in patent, tan and gun metal. The kind Se$3-iOto$5 f 3HKV j3llilllii53fM Our endeavor at all times is to show the latest leather and styles at the lowest possible prices, and that we succeed is proven by ihe fast way this style is selling. BUICK AUTOMOBILES. J We are now ready for business on North Ninth street i -with twenty cars to select from. We will be there until the new garage en West Broadway is completed. JOHN N. TAYLOR. It's Quicker Better NOW to St. Louis A trip to St. Louis or points East can now bi made more conveniently than ever before b using the Katy to St, Louis Trai.is leave Columbia daily at 10:30 A. M. 1:25 P. M. 11:25 P. M. The train leaving at 11:25 p. m. has through sleeping car to St. Louis. It is the only through sleeping car between the two citi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 4 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAK VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910. NUMBER 115. 4 r v a IS SOCIETY 1 ST ' 'bia Dr J. C. Jones Thinks Social , Life Takes Too Much of i Students" Time. ! 10 CLUBS HERE ARE ACTIVE Deans Mumtord and Shaw Heliexe. However, Schol arship is High as Ever. yr j. c. .'dies, dean of the College of Arts ami Science, believes there is too much social life at the University of Missouri. He says that a large per cent of Mud.nts are putting society before study and are here to enjoy themselves, own if their work must be neplectfd. These students,'' he said, "are gel ting only a partial education. Their n'inils are net on their work; they are planum:: and scheming for all sorts of things that are not conducive to hard sun! things that divert their attention from work. Many Small Social Units. There are many clubs here and eaih has its social function. The uni versity has been swept by a social wave. First, each department he can e a cial unit ; now the depart...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 4 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An K.-imiKliiilj l,y tli.-Stiil.it.-in th.-FchiK.Iof -""'niuli-m sit ihc Ciii-r.ii of Missouri. J.JJ.roWKI.1 Mnlniirinir IMiti.r ll.l:l!l K. l!IIHKi:v 1... :.. . .7 ... " Z- t. . .:-: ...i-iiic- .mhii: itt. t ..,i,-rV.-'..".-s"Fr A.lv-rti-iMK M.it.siK.-r. ' lUli - -"'I' i initiation Miinajier. CJCIVKISMTY MlhSOliMA.N ASS0C1AT1O.V (Inc. I Harkv E. Kii.im... I'rtMili-llt. CuKixiN Kisimt, Si-c-n-tKrv. t ,. . "- w--v"'KK.Tiva.i:riT. J.IJ.I'ouu.1.. J.i:.Pi.u:-.N. E. It. t Hll.1,1.1!,, J.. K. i.ri,lim .KWn.UA'l-. C. A. Haiivev. i,- 1.OK1"'K : MISSOfniAxlltni.lMxJ'!" 11111 1'nwi'lmty. T-!.-;.h..!i,-.V.. Entered at tin- I'lMiifliio lit Columbia, Mo.. :ts m-coiiiUIhs-; until nuttier. sritscuiiTiox i'i:in:. Iiivariahls in A.Iviiiuv. I!y Mitil or Carri.-r. Soticxil Year j-.(m StMlM-tvr i':; Sincl.-C Viiii.- ..V.'.'.'.'.'....... '..'..'..'. Tc AliVEItTISIXi; KATES OX AI'I'I.ICATIOX. A.ldr. all Piiininiuil-nt!fiii to rxivEiL-nv ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 4 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURI AN, FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1910. HONORARY LAW SOCIETY ELECTS ALUMNI BANQUET TONIGHT. nw. ut.if 'ew.'a wa ..ll.au um.tim Ppen Tuesday, March 1 DINNER SPECIAL READY 11:30 A.M. The Leighton Cafe No. 8 N. 10th St. COLUMBIA, - - MISSOURI Thca Kapca Nu Takes in Six New Members. Henry IClliott, Jr., X. A. Cox, ( It. Iniiis. It. A. Smith, M. K. Otis and I.. V. SliKiill, students in the School of Law, j were elected into Theta Kappa Xu, an honorary law fraternity, last night Call 7,7, (Double .",) to get the Mis i sourian business ollice by telephone. hast Symphony Concert BY THE ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MAX ZACH, Conductor. Sixly-fwe Players. University Auditorium, Sat. Night, Mch 5 Admission $1 .50. Tickets at Co-Op and Allen s Music Store. READY WITH NEW SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS COME AND SEE THEM. St. Louis Men Will Discuss Direct Tax for University. , Many alumni of the University of i Missouri will attend the annual ban quet of the St. Louis Alumni associa tion in St...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1510 I L : - TH March 2 7, ' 1 0--E aster Sunday i v 1 Paste it in your hat emblazon it on your mind carve it in your memory paint it before your eyes-don't let it get away from you a single minute this one big date, when all the town will wear NEW CLOTHES, They are here every fashionable eolor, fabric, cut and style for spring and summer. It is time for you to take a look and see what you will want to wear when everybody will blossom out in spick-and-span new clothes. THE STANDARD MICHAELS-STERN ROCHESTER-MADE CLOTHES Our new linethe "FADCLOTHES"--the brightest, neatest and best fitting clothing in the market $10 to $25 The ROYAL TAILORS Exclusive AgencyThe Greatest Merchant Tailoring on Earth $17.00 and up Fit Legally Guaranteed(A trained merchant tailor here to measure you) ft IS YON GAL HATS-KINGSBURY HATS-Tky Fit and Look Rii All Standard and Novelty Lines in "HABERDASHERY." 'You may look "worn" when you come in, but you'll go out looking...

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