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

"'Pi 11 K35JAM .YAQVJOM WAIflrjOaai?. VTfacTWVTWtT YTIWJ VOLUME- II Sling his soul TO IE OTHERS Joseph Fels. Millionaire, Says Ije is I'simi I lis Wealth to Abolish Hiehes. :REACHING THE SINGLE-TAX Manufacturer Declares P Land Owners Hold the Masses in Slavery. I -Slavery in iorse than it IP." this country now is was before the Civil f -There are ery few natural-born jifers.1 -The law of ilnninishing returns was -rented by a professor who had no A" -I got my riches the way every rich jaa does by taking them away from iiose they belonged to." i -A man has a right to destroy his ; m soul to save others.' These statements were made this xoming to a class in sociology in the 'civersity of Missouri by Joseph Fels. .millionaire soap maker, who advo- ;3tes the single tax system. Mr. Fels joke for half an hour on the advant zes of the system, then answered sections put to him by members of :e class for the remainder of the tsr. " Calls Present System Slavery. , Mr. Fels said that land was t...

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 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. MONDAY? MARCH 14, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSQURIAN An EveninE Daily by the Students in the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. J. B. Powell Manasins Editor. IlARm K. Hiuim. Husine Manager. Joseph E. CfiAs.soFr Advertising Manager. John K. William Circulation Manager. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (Inc.) IIaI'.ry E. Hidings. President. (iOi:iws Kiiifk. Secretary. F. W. Cooke. Trea-urer. J.B.ronLLL. J.E. I'kahhin. E. It. ClIII.I)U. K F.LB.OETT. J. F.Wiuiam. C.A. Harvm. OFriCE: .MISSOURI AX liriLIUS(J. 1105 llrrmduuy. Telephone.". Entered at the lNMolIice at Columbia. Mo., a- ond-cl.i mall nutter. sni-cninio.v imiice. Invariably in Adwuue By M.iil or Cirrier. School Year f-J'.1 Seme-ter 1 -.' Snurle Ciipii- "' aivi:i:tisin i:ah:s ox aitlkwi iox. Addrt all ciiiiiiiimiic itinii t" rXIVKIiSITY Ml.-()li:lAX. Columbia. Mn. 5 io"n"T-'7l CeJV UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATIVES. Every student attending the Uni versity of Missouri is a representative of tlii; unive...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. MARCH 14, 1910. V I Optical Authorities ! ylMARTJi EYE GLASSES Lxclusive agents I Dr. EISs Optical Co. 910 A Broadway. Turn to left at head of stain 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. J. A. Long & Son Everything in the Bakery and Confectionery Line Watch for our new college brand bread Regular dinner - - - 25 cents Every Smoker Needs a CROWN .A SelcmLtBeftllT Perfect PlM. Not a d article ot tobacco U 'waited; the last craln In the bowl barci as free, as cool and " ultra, and nicotine ! retained In an 'tlumlnnm chamber, which allows the raoVe to pass through the item free, k1 and clean with sit the pare, natural tTr of the tobacco. SATISFACTION or MONEY BACK. ItrmlfhtorcorTed Tnleanlxed rubber iteni nlekal mounted ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 March 1910

.UNIVERSITYlfolSS'60: 4 "t;-. w" iTFQer . -M disdeZ .,"ido Good Values F$1'tt!Z ''Zis. ?i Newman Hardware g Stove Co 904 Broadway Phone 234 College Brand Bread IS BEST. Wrapped in wax paper clean, wholesome, good. Try it and you'll agree. We are now serving the best coffee in the world. Come in and taste it J. A. LONG & SON 916 Broadway Phone 84 COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE COLUMBIA, MO. GOOD POSITIONS AWAIT our BooUeepen, Bankers, Stcnoerapnt-rj, Penman, and specially ers. Within tire blocks of tne Mate Unlvemity. LneiceHedficuItv. Thorough courses. Exiellent )aipment. FiFTEEna Tm. Splendid library Opportunities for hoy and ElrU to work their way. Geo.H.Bea8ler,Preg.,CoIumlin,3Io. J Open Tuesday, March 1 DINNER SPECIAL READY 11:30 A.M. The Leighton Cafe No. 8 N. 10th St. COLUMB A, MISSOURI AN EASTER CLOTHES CHAT FIGNITY, simplicity and refinement mark the dominant characteristics of this season's styles. Exaggeration has given way to moderation. More dependence is placed on the te...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 March 1910

UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME, II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1910. NUMBER 122. ill LIS L TO J5 AUNCHED BOOST Cli i night; Wednesday increasing cloudi tVprV CllSlir WilS Occupied at I ness and probably unsettled by Meeting of Commercial Club. I t ' S EW.STEPHENS IS PRESIDENT 1 10 Jlore Than Si 800 Raised by j Subscription to Employ c , . . .j.. . ' ll- I t There i to be a larger and better i Columbia. with a larger and better tne Central Bank. ... . .. ., . Names of the Subscribers. rniver.-iu ! .Missouri, if the plans .. , , . . LE" 'The following subscriptions were of more than seventy business, pro- !natle last nignt: essional and universitv men are car- J. A. Stewart $150 E. W. Stephens, President of the ried out. These new plans, pushed by a new Columbia spirit, were launched at a meeting of the Colum- L Va Commercial club last night. a E. W. Stephens, president of the fftstephens Publishing company, wac eiecteu presiaent oi tne ciud. Jiore than $1,800 for a fund of...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1910. -f ; UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Ecimik'Iui!j In tlirMiiiUnliullieN:hnoIf JnurnalNiiiiit tin biiitvr-it if Mi-Mnri J. II. l'mun .M.ni.i'i!icKliiir. H.u:i:i t. Kiiiim.- Iltim M.m.iKir. Jicm'U i: Cin-.oir !w rtNmi; M.ui.itvr. John r. iiiim irnil.itiiuiM.in.iKcr. CXIVKIriY MI-sOl KIAX A-mii l.VUUN (hie I II.u:i- i: Kiipim.v rn-iili-m ;ji:iitis Ki -11 1 1., Mi'rrt.:rj . K. V. Oiohr.Tro.i-un r J. II. I'imiil, .1 i: l'l u:-o.. E. K. fun uhl-. R 1" I.WfinT. J. I". Wiinm. C A lli:vn. ornci:. lia-, l:m.ilu.i .Ml HUMAN lil'il.IHSC. Tl'llI'llOlH' Enti-n.il t tlv I'u-liiiliif .it Columliij. Mil. a--t iiuil-il.i 11..11I m.ittir. .-n:-n:mioN im:h i:. Iii.inalil in AiH.UKi' ll M.ul nr Oirnrr ?ol'inl i.ir ?Jui sknit-ur SimrlrOjpir- 11 AIiVKKIll-INi, UA'Ii 1)." AlTI.ICUIn.V AiUiri' all oiuitmim-nlioii- In r.VIVEKblTV illBffilfKIAX. Oiluiubi.i. Mo. THE BEST BOOSTER. The best booster is one whose ef forts are not spasmodic, nor given to sudden relapse. He i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. MARCH 15, 1S10. I ramamM -- . tmbim COLUMBIA,MISSOURI CORNER OF Broadway and Hitt Street COLUMBIA,MISSOURI CORNER OF Broadway and Hitt Street mtit-lliMmG ANNOUNCE THEIR Wednesday Night, March 16, 1910 OPENING OF THE Quality Store will commence a new merchandising era in Columbia. Because the Quality Store will be oenducted on distinctly metro politan methods, on the same liberal policy as that in force in up-to-date stores in the large Eastern Fashion Centers. The Quality Store with its unusual buying facilities, se cured through the president of the company, Mr. James Gant will buy all its merchandise direct from the best foreign and American manufac turers; no middle-man's profit will be paid and we will therefore be able to offer you strictly high class, depend able merchandise at THE LOWEST PRICES WHICH YOU CAN OBTAIN ANYWHERE. POLICY OF THE Quality Store will be to show the new fashions in Ladies' Garments and Furnishings rs soon as they are brou...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 March 1910

f UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, MARCH 15 1910. RICH COAL VEIN IN COUNTY Easter Footwear Should receive as careful con sideration as the Easter hat or gown. You will find here spring shoes that conform in every respect with the latest dic tates of Dame Fashion. HJ 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, $1.00. On sale at Allen Music Co. r GEM CITY Business College QUINCY, ILLINOIS leading Business College of America 8100.000 School Buildinc 1200 to J400 students. Experienced, teachers. Its graduates in demand. Bookkeeping. Actual Business and Banking; Shorthand. Typewritine, Penmanship and Mathematics. Beautiful 68-page Illustrated Cata log f reo v RITE NOW. "&&X&ftf LClU&nJf Lock Box O CG-dS vS X I - 1 If m . .. - a FATIMA2 ZO 211 2P$m ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. 1 H 1 in St fa- JH i in. l'. in. ;. in. ;.. in. -n-rii oil a a S iy 1VV .le st -it 11 :n ts, ill p VOLUM! !I. IE' FDR EOTEB LIGHTS s Wcport liclieYcd Dean to 'IMMlCIKl tnoiml. Thai vfjT PUK IC TILL TUESDAY r"pfi-t . Mo ii .i is Said to Faor Plant to a Site :ir liailroao 71." !' .. lllllli ' ;.il 1'lai ' .n. il '' .. :ch li" ...;: ii .!: .: Ileal' -ditui' ,T ill ! J.T !! il til. -.sent !' .'. I lean !!. I;, Shaw on hi in." viiy v.'aK-i iinu ill be made in tlii' ci'.y j Tuesday night. Al .iM ot" the report has xot ."ililic. it is understood ' h-.iw reouiiinends an ox sion.iMiu as necessary to' m in first-class working -"ggests also, it is said, i ant bi moved lrom it a; ion in North Columbia ,i a sit- ii--.,k.- i:.. ir the Waliash railroad's , this plan ono of the big .:int jetie that of hauling coal .'he plan- would be minimized. Made Thorough Investigation. ' li.'an S-aw was apiiointed hy the .,:.! ,i: ! '. ;uit committee of the ' niiM-il Three months ago to m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. ! An Kvm.i:i1 IU..111.. .- - 1I.--11,.' -nt- in i!i.-.-pi..iiif 1 III- !!., 1. !.U ..! Mlcl.l J.l!.i".,V ,1, Hai.i -.. i:m'..- JihPdi K. 11 -xoi f. J.n ! 1 1 1 - -v ...It" .."Ml !.! -- M..- .;.;.!. - j; M..n.f-r. : . . 1 . .1.1.:. r. i'Nivi-.i:.-in ".ns.-nriiiAN itii-1 'ii I.VIIoN Itaiun i: ;ii.tv. l-n-!.:,.!,!. niui'iv Fi-iih:. . .-!-::;ry. K. Cwikk. Trra-ui.r J. I!. 3'i.u'n 1.. .1 !.. 11 Al:.-.t E. U. ciniMfc. i: r.l.:rn'. 1". Wiiiiam-. 1 -.. ji.u'.vm UFfUX: Ml OH:iA. Hlil.l.INi;. HO-'. iirusHluay. Tcli.hiui.-."' Km.T-.l t lii.. !"i.-t'.t!n-.- lit ( ..;.m I.jji. 3Ii.. . ..l-!;i jiunj tumtcr rwuiiTinx j-ni.K Inrarishly hi A'HiiiHt- Jsy JIuil orSiiT;.-r. iVhool Ysir ,.?.', Seiiiit.r 1 J.'-1 Situs." il. ic. ' Aivi:iiri-i"; it.m- on Ai'ruiwno.v AiMri s ill! -ii.iU!!ili'iati..ii-.ti I MVLUSITV MIsMHIUAN. C"lUJi.l'.M, Mm. THE DIRECT TAX. Tin." voters of .Missouri will lie asked at tin- no.u general election to pass :i constitutional .uni...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 16. IS 10. p i i fi3 Judge From Quality and Style Dis- C ! i ri tractiveness and You Will Come - J I ' si . W - ju -.J 8 ; & x , iA n:,r-.A "C 0D " for Spring Clothes -:533? u r v vis mieu. io ijold 17 l . "V f &" V T? -7 V s v I v y fa ' it 4i - ' Ky"-'! X ' fen p "OITH Easter a week from next Sunday, every man should give his first attention to the spring clothes question. This store is emphasizing anew its leader ship as a place to choose men's clothes by the surpass ing display of men's spring and summer suits. It is the best stock we ever had, and we want you to come and see it. JWJO matter what price you wish to pay, we guarantee you great value in either two or three piece suits. We know we can please you from this magnificent stock of blue and fancy gray patterns in a wide range of prices. fi THE PRE-EMINENT HAT STORE A Clever Line Awaits You HPHE Chase, the Hawes and other superior styles in different shapes. A hat that will p...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. 1HTRIIYFA1 The Nrw Stage Bsautv' of Which AH the Country is Raving JWVII I W I I ..., i "Erin Go Bragh, 'Rah for the Engineers." St. Pat. Would be Delighted to Eat a "Shamrock Sundae" Such as We Will Have for You Tomorrow. This Advice is Given by Head of College of Agriculture to Kansas Citians. LAND IS RISING IN PRICE RFNT ft Mini Fertility oi Soil is Most Im portant Factor From the Farmer's Viewpoint. The advice oi I". 15. -Mmi'Miril. dean (H the Cdihi' I'niveisiiy of I'ilinil was :.: d! AurU-uliiji-f ft t!i Missouri. to Kansas to l.Kj a lan:. but Miss May Pftb " ; -.c art oi the V Vctr.s-i cr Hw e . ... s "..:.': .:; oi a I'ennir: '!; .'i-:. : .i :: t'l ' v tV a 'n!nu .--.. uii'id' ii;i: iov; 1 that all ih lai"!..- i a ..- !- i ou -tranced a:.i i.v. 'i'.-a'.ai'u;!" a::d then .v !": t. "t Oiil ';;:.!. te arch iruuic !an. has brers'" t fc'ih an other i:i:a.kj. an interna; "oj:al I.tj!;. Oi" su: h v.m: j:i iV.e r'vt.n of tirex's? and...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOITRIAN. VOLUM1- II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. NUMBER 124. Vl I Of THE MULE flSBi 01 I I HHnnni0 seniors inarched liy twos ti ' A W V rl A IVI m II K lhe su',,s wllere tlR,y ,,mve,i 1(W :it tm JnU'L UllnlllllUUlXO "' f their patron saint and kisse, started at .Missouri, a wheelbarrow was used instead of a motor car. Seniors Kiss Blarney Stone. i ne seniors marclied liy twos up the 1 I I e ul E COACHES DISAGREE ON RACE I Climax When F.nuineers" Stunt 1 )i)nkfy Kxplodes . Mid-air. tilt injj Ularney stone, liostuie. the m While in a knee! camlidates were T PURE SEEOS touc-hed with the wooden level earned Increase of Weed Crop Due liy t. Patrick, as he said: "I dub MUSIC PV SIREN WHISTLE After (.! i(irs - ' ul Kiiw Tow Sen Dubbed Knights St. Patrick. thee a Knight of St. Patrick." The men then rose, walked lo the middle of the bridge, parted company and returned to their places in line. Thomas .lacob liodhouso. professor of mechanical drawing, was the ...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN!"10 ,,-' a ,,oo:iter- The ,,8!ych0- . ' logical effect that would be produced An KvpiiinsKailybj tlic.-m.l.MU.-iii thcMlnM.lo: . . . ,li1., Jiiniuii.inntth..L-ii.T.ity..iMi ,.in. liy every citizen being a member ot J.Ii.I'owhj .""JiaiiiiKiiiR r.liicr. J the Hub would make it worth while. Jo-ri'ii K. (.-iia-m.ff .i.-ni-itiK Miuimr-r. ' Let eery one become a boniei and John K. Vwi.iiam- iiriul:iii..:i M.nmvr.r. , . ,, ., .- 1 :,-,.,, .,,1, ; tiu-n boost all the time anil it ie.-uli.-i IMVKKSITY MISSOritlAX A. K'l.VTloN tliii-.i IlAKisr K. Hii.im.-. I'n-iil--m. ti)i:iai.N Kl-Iim. .-MTrtiirj. I. V. CoiiKF..Trca'-tircr. J. B. I'owuj.. j. j.;. 1'e-il-i.n. E. K. (Jmi.i.u:, . j.-. I.ijrfif.Ti. J. F. Wiu iam-. -. A. Hai: m . OFFICE: MIH-OmiAX JSl'I I.IUN'S- HOS JlromlHuy. IVt'-iiimiic "'. Entenil at tlio l'n-tiitlicn in rolimiliiii. Mil. ii n-cowl-cld mail nuttir. Sl'liSCKIlTlOS I'ltKT.. Invuriubly in Aclanc... Ity Mail o...

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

if UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. MARCH 17. 1910. 1 'li MILLINERY In Distinctive Modes This store would not be Kansas City's style center did it not maintain its supremacy in millinery, offering the largest variety of Hats which, as a col lection or taken individually, command the inspection and interest of even wo man who desires to have what is at once becoming, correct and decidedly artistic. Welcome to come to sec at your leisure these exquisite Easter Hals from Taris, from London, from our own workrooms. Third Fioor PUNTING OF CLIMBING VINES Emery, Bird, Thayer Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. 500 MEN. THEN MARRIAGE they receive additional honorable mention on the rolls of merit." College We men Pledge Themselves to Cause of Suffrage. HOSTOX. .Mass.. March 17. The fair stiulfiits of Wellesley. liryn Mawr. Vas.-ar. Smith, ItadcliflV, and other woman's schools, are banding together to forswear matrimony until they have won over to the woman's sulf rage i-aiise .".nil bona fide male constit...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. To Wearers of fc l r 1 Ol Jnigh Larade oh If you want to get the most out of your shoes you should make sure that they are fitted correctly. The best kind of a shoe will look common and cheap if it is fitted too long or too short, too wide or too narrow. We will welcome the chance to show you how nice a pair of shoes can look, noW We tney will fit and how long they will wear when they are fitted right. Won't you let us show you? $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00. jMSMgb Watch Our WATCH FOR OUR SENSATIONAL SALE of BEDS Any one who is thinking of buying cannot afford to miss the sale of an entire car load of beds to be announced SOON-WAIT FOR IT! PARKER FURNITURE CO Complete is Our Baseball Stock. fo'L TRADE JV? (mm Tmark j J The University Missourian Gives All udaSllUGtiQ Watch our windows and newspapers oes Windows. Spalding gloves, baseballs, bats, masks and all other things for the man who plays baseball See our line of Tennis goods The DR...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN 9 Vi &&X i! r VOLL-"i- II. B 1. U. TO J r hA Huh r Am r ' UL'JnllllU LLnUUL five I : sdll! , ersitics V:int Mis s Member of the Association. STUDENT SUPPORT NEEDED jt'lVv- Contest is Well At-teii'i- .1 Invitation May Ik- Accepted. 1 J tie- ..lie between tile flliver- -.mri and the 1'niversity .- '.veil attended this year. -ity of Missouri may be-, ber of the debating league ' . a; ot ,; Tea v lu:v v- e a ' ihii-li ; fflrCOll- '. oua and hides the universities ot . Minnesota. Nebraska, i Illinois, aii invitation to Hill 11. i league was received uy me: -i ..... j-baling i-nard of the university yes--rilay. Whether it is accepted de rixls upon the support given the de aling ' atu.s this year. The preliminary debates to select --ams t. : debates with Kansas. Texas jd W.i-hington universities will be ,-iil at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. t"se ho will compete for places on .- t:r..s are: F. I. Woll'ers. .1. A. ;fui: .m. A. P. l'riestly. :. W. cinu- .1 I I K...

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

m UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. l UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ! An E-imiiMai! Iy tlif-ii:ili-m-iu tli-."cli Jonruali-mm tin- l-imw-iu i Mimiri. J. it. I'ou'km Maii,iKius r.iiiti.r. Hai:i: K. I;ii.im,. l'.u-ii:. Muimkit. , Jo-mi i: ciiA-Mijr Ailv.'ni-iiiuM.inac-r. , John K. William- iln-ulutiiui MaiuiK-r. - INIVEltSITY MI.-.-ofKIAN AMCIATHN i unr.i Hakkv K. Uiium.-. rri-iil'-m !ii:ihin Fi-itMt. .-Trtr.ry. K. W. Ciiki:, In-ii-tiriT J. It. I'owu.L. .1. K. r.r-iN. E. I:. Chiim i:-. l: . I.K'ii.iTT. J. F. W'lI.lUM-. C. A. HaIIVM. rT! T. : llftl l'.riMiluuy. MI-.-untlAX Itt"II.li!N T-lei.Ii. Exili-nil at the I'n-tiiilicf at I'oliiml.ia. Jin a-1 -lowl-cln-. mail miitt.r. snirCUHTIo.V I'KU'E. Iiiviiriiibly in A.l:im-. I'.y Mail or i:irnVr. EchtHil War J. fcenifrliT SlneN' i i.f AHVEUTISINC IIATK OX AITI.ICATIO.V AtMiv all -mimmii'.itiin. to t'NlVKKSlTY MK-oriMAN. i 'iiltum.iu. M. A SIGNIFICANT WEEK. This week's record of Columbia for "doing things" is perhaps unparalleled in many...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 March 1910

There is still time to get your complete new is too late. Full showing for spring and summer now 91 1 Broadway ON ATTRACT VF MEALS yirs. Cooke Places Maimer of Serving Them Above Abundance. The attractiveness, rather than the abundance, of food served at a meal serves sulliciently to invite the appe tite, says Mrs. C. (irate Cooke, wife of K. V. Cooke, a student in the School of Journalism, in an article on kitchen economy, published in the St. Louis Star. The paper won a .1( jirize in a contest held by tbe Star. Two installments have been pub lished previously jn the University Missourian. The third installment follows: "There is a great deal in the manner in which a meal is served. I'laiu nutritive food may be served In so at tractive a manner as to invite the ap petite. Do not serve too abundantly. It often takes one's appetite to see an abundance of food heaped upon his plate, while the same food properly served would produce tbe opposite etfect. Too much food should not be l-'i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 March 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. -l-'FRATS" HAD SMALLPOX SCARE HiH-WHUVgTTffiP Cor. Broadway and Hill Si Saturday Night Special We place on sale Saturday Night 50 dozen Women's Black Lisle Hose, full fc.ihion. These goods are seconds of reg ular 50c quality. The imperfections are so slight they are hardly noticeable and do not affect the wearing qualities whatever. Remember they are sold as seconds and will not be taken back or exchanged. On Sale Saturday Night 19 C P air Women's Leather Carriage Bags, fitted in all colors and patent leather, values to $1 .75, Saturday (Jm Z Nisht yj C Each 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 Scats, $ 1 .00. On sale at Allen Music Co. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE COLUMBIA, MO. GOOD POSITIONS AWAIT our H.kbTTs Han...

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