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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN . M VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1910. NUMBER 116. i ,-m K OEWIOGRATS MAY BE i uiiTiin it nnnnoiTin HUUIUITUMIlun Citizens" Party and Republi cans I Iae Made no Move as Yet. PRIMARY TO BE MARCH 14 ; i CouiH'iln.-n Are to be Nom inated From Kaeh of Four Yards. Tin' Clu ens' party of Columbia I ias niauf '' move io imi a ucKei in '-je field at IU" l'i,' election in April. jr. J- H- -'"''' antl James fachwabe, supporters oi tin- Citizens' ticket last tear, say nothing has been done to wards t!i' naming of a ticket. The I!-publicaiis are undecided whether ut nominate a city ticket. They vwi! make a decision in the next few days, it is said. The Democratic primary election to joaiinat- a cit ticket will be held at tin- 1;" ';' County court house Mon da). March M. Instead of having vot ing booth- in i-ach ward, all will vote at th- fcirt ho-.i Fi i . members of the Democratic cit ii.iaii.itti.-f will be selected. Eir ,tiT Mi Donuell, of the second ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOl IRIAN lhe farm we wH1 once I City' ,,ad achieve,i e success m UIN1VCK3U I MI33UUK1A1N . on Smi(lay? ail(1 j journey !hro,lgh this world. Many a A'':::::l?.l:li-:i::i::i',!!!:i"UV-ir "'"'I.. j. nn.l the egg will uo life is better and many a burden is - i"' hi-iu ii, .miiiu; i. ', r i , .- - ....-- J. It. I'.IWIII IUr.r V.. I:iiks. , Jl.-.rll K OlA-VII f JI!N I T' ! 'All KKIVKiwrrv .MISSurtilAN ASSOCIATION line I 1Iai:i:v K Kiium . l'r.-i'1-i.t 'iki Fi-iu.it. s.cri-tisr.v 1 W t ''ki.. Iivii-iiivr J. It. I'llUIIJ . .1 :. 1-1 AI'-iN. E. It. Chii. hi p.- It K. I.i..im J. V. Wll.llA'l-. C A llAKVM ... .t.i.io-n.i'.tt,.r. ' Iniittf-r. like Uanquo's murder, ".-mell ....ltll-i!! '- JhMMlfl. ...l.-ni-iiiir.M:iiur. !( the -r heaven, iniiiaili.!! M.rn.r.'-r. ! DR. HILL 0N7oIiINTRANCEREQUlREMENM lighter for his coming. Th career of such a man is of double value to hu- oitici: IIll'i Uniiilum Mi.i.-in:!.N itiii.niNi;. Trl.iho:ii. -Vi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. MARCH 7, 1910. cvcAxlKOURIFIT j cSfi! CROP UNINJURED. 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 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 growing science. Write to the Dean for a catalog. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE COLUMBIA, MO. 600D POSITIONS AWAIT our IhM.i.bn-prrx, I .,urr-, St.'n.'fri.!i. rs, Ivnmau, and sjn-elally i iuca unnmifr -11 x-tu-H- D of tne S1m:a I'ulT-ritv I. t-u-x,- ..'aiaruiiv -j h tij-ii courts Kf.'ll.':it T'-V" :' nmi-Mli r s; '.-: 1.. I lihrarv jpi.r- ,r. 11 -si. rt'.l leirlstnmk.t 'rjv i'n-tliyirH ' -. ah . CpD.ll.IScnslt-j l'rrs ,Cltimlii:i,M. (vacation money You buy on credit pay when GO' to 100...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. MARCH 7, 1910. DIRECT TAX URGED FOR THEUNIVERSiTY (Continued from Page l.i our influence in the councils of the nation. "The assessed value of the taxable property of Missouri i approximately $l,500,O0u,UUU for the year lltlu. A tax of one-third of a mill on The dollar would yield for this year about -?-Vm.i,-000, and that would be increased from year to year as the wealth of Missouri grows. Let us go forth from this alumni gathering and boldl advocate a constitutional amendment authoriz ing such a tax for an object than which none is more worthy. "There is population in Missouri of about 3,500,000, and nearly 700,1)0'.' voters. The average assessment of each inhabitant is about ?42S and of each voter is about $2,100. Let us estimate the number of taxpayers at 500,000 and then the average is $3,000. The one-third-mill tax on such assess ment is only SI. What kind of citizen i would he be who, having property of : taxable value of $3,000 would object . ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN v ' rfp VOLUME II. T' n 11 FOB GREATER CITY Mon' I .i i :$( . Utcncl the t ot the Chili. An iiua' BaililIC inereial C oil! TO SUPPORT THE TAX LEVY Moenunt is Started for an Ortiani.ed Hotly to Boost Columbia. An iM..il leadership, with u. paid i. '.n to devote all his time to exploui.g the interests of Colum bia. An ":led roadway encircling the tour. I'M" 'ii a plan similar to that in Kaii-ar. City. Nerve and sutlieient capital to de velop th. natural res-ources of the count v. A trink lino of steam railway run ning from St. Louis to Kansas City and conii' i-titiu with the Southwest. siein of intorurhan railroads connecting Columbia with the sur rounding towns and the county. A ljt-tt-T !a-s of entertainments. Make- th-'iu the equal of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Ability to see above dollars and i-.-nts. A get-together spirit. .Mure happy homes in Columbia and a population of 25100. A city planner to lay out a plan for Coluinbi.i ' build to. Organized sup...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 March 1910

UNIVERSITY falSSOURl&N. TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Kvemiie ajy by thn.stwlentain urn School of Joiinmlum at the University ()f Mianuri. ii?-!""!:';-.:- MiIgiKJiwr. ivSST .C""Kurr Advertising M:iar. John I. Wiuiami... Ciriulutiim Maii.im.r. UNIVKIWITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (Inc.) IIarrt K. RmiNOH. Pmideul. Uoriiok KisnKR; Secretary . ' W. OKiKK.Tremurer J. B. I-owmj.. J.K. I'KAIWIN. 5- K. CUII l.fPJI. U y I.HOTETT. "r.Wll.llAlW. c A IlARVKY. .. okpice nissoiikTanIiiTiIi);. lUft BnwJway Telf tiJiHiie il. Enteral Ht thi- I'lMUiftice at Oiltimliia. Mo., a "ecnml-clajH mail matter SUIISCRIITIOX FWCE. Invarialilr in Ailvance By Mail or (iirri-r. Bchool Year. .,,, 8mmtr l, 1l"letU'l''i...."!!!'"."!I."!!i."""""' Jfi ADVKKTIBHm KATKS ON AlTI.ICATION Address all i-oiiiiiiunieatiiiin to IINIVKIMITV MISSoritlAN. Columbia. Mo. wsr. kJTRL.1 i. j.n LlS-k5Li-- M"'--' University Calendar -March 15 Prof. George Lefevre on Evolutionary Zoology at assembly. April 7 Quarterly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MESOURIAN, TUESDAY. MARCH 8. 1910. $f it 'VF?. IT'S ONE OF RICRARDSON-S I RUGS JF TKZ PRESENTS SHE PalUZS MOST Save money by buying your rugs from Tandy Furniture Co Ninth and Walnut. 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. Write to the Dean for a catalog. nni iiMDii t UULUII1DIR BUSINESS COLLEGE COLUMBIA, MO. GOOD POSITIONS AWMT our Uitk.-i?r, V- mull, and siicclullv traiti'nl Connner ul t'u!i ' . f trie Mal I'ulTisrMty. r . ,-jh ci'iirt-. Kn-fl!nt nui-ai !! lid i.lturv 0p;rur't '9 T . 1 aniigrirNti.MMri the'rwnv. I'nlct- 'j" t rri"i tilars am'K.-, (rn.ii.i.t-;iM i rrt t ttmiii:i,:uu. VACATION MONEY i You buy 60 to on credit paf when told and keep the profits 100 profit and monthly prizes to our agents independence lor Teachers and Students U.. w ,a ! a.: rtlw our 11I-NTK1 ST1.M KMKKKan-1.- m Ivtellneur l'l'HK A 1.1 Ml.NUM l"'H)KIM. CTTV'H.s. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 March 1910

march 5. ;;:: m I StrapPumps WOMENS' PUMP TIES I0L TAX FOR UNIVERSITY JNIVZR5ITY MISSOURIAN CURATORS Baseball - - Tennis Golf I.-.-.:-- r I. -A.. : I'" v C "L i3 US i zl C . . iA . A :l & -- hi i j"i- Gun j&Szf0' M -rial. Patents MMElllS ina uece one hSsSSShL- - lv,' note Ankle Strap Pumps HIHV a variety or color- SBlH leathers. """SB in ed $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 gjywtffft 1 ne Place to Buv hoes. It's Quicker Better NOW to St. Louis Katy to St. Louis 10-30 A. M. i-25 ?. M. 1 1:25 ?. M. The ."-..' n z --:.". '-'. 11:' r n.. r.J- :v.:Oar !ecr 2 v.r : r- L,'.-. I: -. :-:r -.,. Re:."'-::::." ; ric -.-. Louis 11:5 r '- ""- ' A!! " ' :r - C :r.: . r..,-:c v.,-.nc:: -- ai M.ii . .-- v A The Katy Flyer and The Katy Lirmted for b.Y: point; in Oklahoma and Texas. 4 H. L. Wilson. Agent Columbia, Nlo F ATT M A X X JLX 1 JLXil CIGARETTES X EO for 15 cts. O 51 Hi a. . . X Largest and Most Complete Stocks of Sporting Goods in Columbia And everything is new no "left over from last year'...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910. NUMBER 118. 1 WALL CONTEST ; TO I Student Senate Decides on Xew Form of "Scrap"" for I nder-classmen. DR. HILL FAVOES THE PLAN May Kent Hall for the Game Next Year One Costs About i:300. The annual freshman-sophomore contest at the University of Missouri next fall will he a push-hall game in stead of a ;Iag rush, as has been the custom sex.-ral years. This was de cided by the Student Senate of the university at a recent meeting. The new plan lias the approval of Presi dent A. Hos Hill. A push-ball contest has been adopted at many universities and colleges, among them the univer sities of Illinois, California and' Iowa. Its chief advantage over a rush for a pennant is that it is an organ ized game rather than a disorganized rush. It is said to be more attractive and less dangerous. The ball used in the game is about six feet in diameter. It is inflated and weighs about fifty pounds. The two classes are div...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Eveiiiiielhtityl))- the Students in the Schoolof Journalism ui the Irniver.-ity of Missouri. I. R. ltiwu.1 Managing Editor. IlARIlV E. Itllllsr.- llll-ille -M.ltl.IBlT. Iosfph K C'HA-Mur Advertising Manager. Jous F Wiiiiams... . Cm-iiIation Manager. BNIVKIWITV MISSOUHIAN ASSOCIATION Ulic ) Haiirv K KlIdNGs. l're,i(!..nt Ouieixin Fi-iimc. Secretarj. F W Okikk. Trea-urer J. It. I'IHI , .1. K. I'KARso.N. E. It. Ciiii.ih i:. n F Lumkit. j.V. Wiiiiams. c A Uakvm. OFFICE .MISSOUUIAN IIL'ILDINC. 1105 Itroadway Telephone V. Entered Bt the Po-tollice at Columbia. Mo., as -.coiid-clas- mail matter. siiincuiition ritici:. Invariably in Advance. 1! Mail ortStrrier. School Year fjiij Semester li S:ncle ( Vipies .ui ADVEItTISINC IIATKS ON AITI.IC.VTIO.V. Addre ull communication- to t'NIVKItSITV Ml.vOlT.IAN. 0lum):a. Mo. ..tffi'-gs?. University Calendar March 15. Prof. George Lefevre on Evolutionary Zoology at assembly. Apri...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9. 1910. k IRRIGATION TESTS WERE M HER Interesting Experiments State Farm Stopped for Lack of Funds. E on POULTRY COURSE FINISHED. $1,000 POND NOW USELESS jn ifl(): the Demonstrations Proved the Value of Soil Saturation. Because- of lack of funds a pond on the dairy pasture of the state farm vhicli cost $1,000 and which was to irrigate tn acres of bottom land has never been finished and is now the resort of lisherinen in summer and skater in w inter. This artificial pond was built by the government in 1903 to receive the drainage from about twenty acres of land. In 190:'. the office of the experiment stations of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture co-operating with W. L. Hownul, assistant horticulturist at the Missouri station, started a series of experiments in irrigation on the state farm. The result of these experiments showed that irrigated strawberries yielded an increase of ST4 per cenl- valued at ?434.52 an acre. Varieties best...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9, 1910. 'YES, ITS ONE OF I i?irr..s". RUGS iSJT ONE C? THE FRESENTS SHE --3. l PHIZES MOST. Save money by buying your rugs from Tandy Furniture Co Ninth and Walnut. 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. Write to the Dean for a catalog. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COJLLHt COLUMBIA,, HO. , 600D POSITIONS AWAIT onr Bookkwptrt, BtDken, Stenograph, Penman, and specially train.) flnmm.rrf.l foapti- rs. Within Are blocks of tns Stat UniTtnity. unexcelled (aealtr. Thorough coarsen. Excellent equipment. FirrxrsTH Tu. Bplendld library Oppjortnnttlsi for boys and Rirls to work their way! a Writ today for partlcnlars. addkkss, Geo.H.Ueasley.PreB., CoIumbia.Mo. VACATION MONEY You buy on credit- pay when told and keep the profits 60 to lOOlprofit and monthly prize to our agents Indtptndenee for Teachers and Student who fell and adrertlve...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. NUMBER 1 8. & SEVEN EEHTH il E10LLIENT All But Four Universities Over of the Lending Show 1 nerense 1908. THE TOTAL HERE IS 2589 Attendance at Engineering Schools Falls Off---Colum-bia Hanks First. The University of Missouri ranks seventeenth in enrollment among American universities, according to a ' report just published by Professor Rudolf Ton bo, Jr., of Columbia Uni versity. Twenty-eight universities and colleges are included in his list. Mis souri enrollment is given as 2.5S9. , Only four universities show a de crease in enrollment since 1908. They are Iowa, Minnesota, New York Uni versity and Yale. The greatest gains were made by Columbia, Chicago, Wis consin, California, Ohio and Pennsyl vania. The attendance of students taking academic class work shows an in crease all over the country. The uni versities having the greatest increase in academic enrollment are Princeton, Nebraska, Stanford a...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Daily by theStmlentsIn the Schoolof Journalism nt tlie University of Missouri. J. B. 1'owell Mannffins Editor. Haki:v K. Itim.v.s ,..Huinevi Malinger. Joseph E. Chamjoff Advertising Manager. John K. Williams Cin-ulation Manager. UNlVKlIfclTY MlsfcOLltlAN AbM)Cl.Vl 1UX (Inc.) IUl:P.Y E. Riihm.s. I'roiik'lit. Gokikjn Fi-uei:. Secreturj . K. V. Cookk. Treasurer J. B. 1011 1 u . .1. E. I'FAIISOX. E. R. CIIII IK J. R. K. Lm.i.iit. J. F. Wll I lA.m. C. A. IlAUVF.l . OFFICE: MISSOl'IUAX Ul'IMMXC. IIQ5 Broadway. Teleiilione "vi. Entered at the1 l'ostoflice at t'olunibia. Mo., as jeeond-claa-i mail matter. SUBSCRIITIO.V l'RICE. Invariably in Adi anee. By Mail or Carrier. School Year fi.oo Semester l.i 8inele Copies .(' ADVERTISING HATES O.N API1I.UATIOS. Address all communications to UNIVERSITY MISijOl'RIAN. 'Columbia. Mo. BACK TO THE COUNTRY. Marked success has followed the College of Agriculture of Hie Univer ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 10, 1910. n Accomplished Actress and Horsewoman !1D P M Rl d:li rL ? Ull. U. 111. MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF NEW jltiuc luuuuu inampion TO RETIRE JULY 1 He Has Been Connected With Washington U. for Forty five Years SPRING APPAREL FOR MEN . . . . GjC-jj lEaa LED IN MANUAL TRAINING WOODWARD j3fe d NB i IX CLOTtlCS tipya 'a'o '.rc. tvtc ov .wflRwwr !ftT..'ATAJ1ir .- ,?; -a Was Formerly President the Hoard of Curators of M. U. of MISS ADZLE OSWALD The above picture represents Miss being an accomplished horsewoman. Adele Oswald, prima donna of "The is a girl of rare beauty and possesses Top o' Th' World" company, standing a soprano voice of a very high and by her famous Kentucky jumper, Vlad- mellow sweetness. She has studied imer. Miss Oswald is a famous horse- abroad and was a favorite pupil of the woman and her zeal and entry has won world's greatest voice culturer and for her many blue ribbons at the va rious horse shows of New York, Chi cago, St. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 March 1910

1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1910. A BEAUTIFUL FOOT Is made, not grown, and nothing ' makes a daintier foot than a stylish IS REDUCED 10 39 We Sell Cheaper Because We Buy Cheaper. Six Pitchers Among the Can didates Retained by Coach Lowman. Here Are T A CONTEST FOR FIRST BASE, BASEBALL SQUAD things Made 1 UIIlLJ Plain in A or Suedes n. Fancy Gun ( Toe Metals W.. Sin8le Patents mk strap Vicis VyN Button and 55 Tans 30 Styles 30 Oxford Prices $2, $2.50, $3 It is your own loss if you do not buy your Spring Pumps from The New York Store P. W. GOODSON, Proprietor. The House of Economy. Home of Star Brand Shoes Special Attention to Ue Paid Class Teams Each Will Have Coach. teasel COLUMBIA WBM BUSINESS mm COLLEGE K- $Jf9 I COLUMBIA, MO. I '11111 GGQQ POSITIONS esSlsJftEJaH g AWAIT our Bookkeepers. I Hankers, Stenoffmunr-rs, 9 f . i . . ... I'enman, aau specially! -,L, .. .""'"? f """'.' "" li r ma. itiimn nre nitvi-: m iti ?.T.irA iimpANttr -exce!Iedracult. Qhorotiirh ?nnr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. i- WTi tU A Then MisS Cooper Missed ;i Word Purposely and Sat Down. 0 OLD-FASHIONED "BEE" On.el'oJitolaiit Went Down on Slk-ve" "Alibi" a Stumbling Mock. -V-o-c-o-b-u 1-a-r-j" does not spell -vocabular.'" -Miss Pink Cooper knew iiis, but sin- deliberately misspelled lie word ait- standing up more than ra-o hours lat night in a spelling bee lit the Colusi lia llusiness College. Miss Coi!i'"f ami Russell Cowan -chose up" and bad thirty-two persons on a side. '1 he spelling began at S o'clock and bm?; after 10 o'clock the leaders wen- still spelling the -words that came to them in their turn. Mr. Cowan's side won. He spelled 219 words, but missed "taciturn." More than 2 ouo words had been pro nounced and spelled before Miss Cooper, exhausted by her long ordeal, decided to misspell a word in order to get to sit down. The students had little trouble in spelling pharmacopia, ..h- ,li . Ii i r? in c 1-..1. , .1.1.1 lin lil.n M sZb! l'"-"1- l'J.' win. emu t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY. MARCH 11, I91U. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Ecn!nE Daily by the Student s in the School of Journal I m at the tnhersit of Missouri. J.B. J'oweix ManaKins Editor. Hai:m tJ. I;idim. Kuiiu- MjnuKer. Jobij-h E. CHAs.sorr Aiherti-fiiR Muniwr. Jous F Wimiams Circulation Msimwr. UNIVEKSIiY MISSOl'IUAN A&SUC1A1ION Unci Harim E. Hidings. President. Gortiu.N Yl-nt K. Secrttarj . F. . Cookj . Treiiunr J.B.I'iraui, J.K.l'uiiix, E. It. Cmi in. I: F. Ln.i.rrr. J. F. Wuhan-.. c.A Hu.m. OFFICE: MlbSOl'KIAN ISl'II I'lNU 11051!roilmi. lpleiilioiie ". Entered at the I'otofle nt C'olt.niliiu. Mn . t omU Lis-, mail unitur tifUSCnilTIOX 1'KICK. Imuriably in Aihnnte. ltj Mull or Otrrivr. School Year f-'uu Semester 1.2i Hinclc ('ojiits n"i ADVERTISING RATES OX APPLICATION. Addrej- all communication in UNIVERSITY MlteOl'KIAN. Columbia. Mo 71iofLW THE PRESS AND THE LAW. "The liress is the unpaid tribunal that stands superior to depaitments of just ice, and all the instrumental...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISS0UR1AN, FRIDAY. MARCH 11. 1910. A Great, ANH AM-HINKLE Co. Clever Old Maid Imperson ator. Great (jrandjatnerc:: Seventy Years of Age and Still Capering a MmmmmMmmm fc- -Ji ''3 lt.,:- .' - ; ,i i.v.: &x:jLtyMX?t,i? ve,r i. lSilMSMi 5aSiasHli45sa' SVJSi?pjSv . .... , .-.., . 2 Kaw.sStrJSK5: ."Jb,rtJ 3"" J-1.A.6'dfjrv Bafc (".'-x iA.- ? ? t- f-Wt.V-fc';.,, BUgbly M Few of the real clever "Old Jhi's" impersonators en the sta;;? ed the past generations re in evidence now. Of the long list tf "skirt" actors, such as Sol Smith Russell, George Munroe, Xeil Durgess, George Fortesque and Harry Le Marr, there only remains Charles Harris and George Munroe who, curiously enough, followed one another as "Aurora Bore alis," the Queen, in "The Top O' Th' World." Women have essayed the character, and clever ones, too, Emma Janvier and Alice Hefeman, but both fell flat when it came to laughs and a clever specialty. Seems strange, but the character in the hands of a clever man is a ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1911. Beautiful Spring JW&w The style shop on sprin and -"a-' summer Oxfords. We show the stunning styles in Pump Ties and Oxford Ties in tan, patent suede and dull leathers Such a great variety to select from makes it ! still more attractive to shoe store. INTER-COLLEGIATE ARTISTS' COURSE Christian and Stephens Colleges THIRD CONCERT OF THE SEASON MADAME FRIEDA LANGENDORFF Mezzo Soprano, from Metropolitan Opera House CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AUDITORIUM Friday Evening, March 1 8, at 8: 1 5 O'clock Tickets, Including Reserved Seats, $1.00. On sale at Allen Music Co. nni iiiidii" UULUIilUIH BUSINESS COLLEGE COLUMBIA, HO. 6000 POSITIONS AVATT our ltok1:iHrs. Iianktrt, bt.no(rriii-t-, i IVipupis, snu spcclallv TI11iAi1 I V ililAh.l ! Ii.inh. ' p u -V vaut V i.t I'HIIIf t.1 Ill '"4 " it. l-'!tTLE:.Tii kaf. Mil.-nrii,! lilirarv 1 I'Pirtuniti-ksfi rlMsanleirlstoi.rI:theiray. way lor particulars AliUKLrf, E .I.cnKley.l'rr s., CiiInnil.i:i,Mo. M p-...jun...

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