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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. 3 k ?. VOLUME II. TANDY WILL ERECT ! FIREPROOF BUILDING1 Hunted HlockTo He Kcplaced As Soon As Insurance Claims Are Settled. TO CONTINUE IN BUSINESS1 Columbia Insurance Agents Deny Rates Are Higher Here Than Elsewhere. A modern, fire proof, brick building at least three stories high will be ' started at once at Ninth and Walnut streets to take the place ot" the block i which was destroyed by lire Thurs day night. 11. 11. Tandy, the owner of ' the property, said yesterday that lie ! would begin tin new business block as . f-ion as tin insurance adjusters come; to Columbia and allow his claims tor ii.suranct . Mr. Tandy's building was insured lor $l.".itio and hi hardware and lurniture business there until his i. block is finished. He said yester da that he would enlarge his stocks wh -n he pot into the new building and conduct the business on a larger scale, putting in an undertaking es tablishment in addition to ih- line. he has had in the past. The .1. H. Bel...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1910. If ARE COLLEGE THE LADIES' STORE A "Fashion Shop" Suit Looks Better Because Quiet Vounif Men at Home Veil. Whistle and Sinir Here. S23&b . I. T7 - ,N Ars roox -.; NO ONE TO STOP THEM Clulhiuir Store Ads ricture Care-Free Students in .lovous Pose-. STUDENTS NOISY? A ,f?5 UT 5 $f NPb, ; 8 ft t 4 '? 8 5 It is made for you. You select the goods, the style, the make. We fit you and make it for YOU right here in our own shop under our own personal direction. The prices are proying popular. Come to the FASHION SHOP for the classiest fur nisnings. . . . . . &7rezr-:j? yJAeodtc a mma COLUMBIA. MO, DEWERTHERN THE UP-TO-THE-MINUTE JEWELER. Corner 9th and Broadway, (in the Columbia Drug Co.) Complete is Our Baseball Stock. Spalding gloves, baseballs, bats, TDAnr xtS masKS ana an oiner inings rr?ii A2 r tL. ...1 i i LI1 iy0 ror me man wnu piays uaseuaii See our line of Tennis goods tvV B mark v7 TinRnnsHnp ,. 6X X iiv mr a.s - r. ava LrO.BJ ...

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

i UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17. IS 10. Why Do You Stop to Read This? 1st: Because, you know that we offer you Better Goods at the Lowest Prices. 2nd: Because, you know that you can depend on what we say. Every pur chase that you have made of us has been a money saver. 3rd: Because, you know that you will find listed in these columns some Bar gain that you have been looking for. SPECIAL BARGAINS Special sale on Linen finished Suitings, colorswhite, pink, blue and tan. 15 cent grade at 12 l-2c. 12 cent grade at 10 cents. Ladies' extra long perfect fitting Corsets, with C A attached hose supporters. Full 75c values DUC Ladies' Gauntlet Driving Gloves. Special, d1 AA per pair p 1 UU A beautiful display, individual patterns, of La dies' Dutch and stock Collars and Jabots. "I r OC Worth double what we ask. Our price 3 d "vC Men's 10c black socks r per pair JC Our entire stock of 60c books C each reduced to MC THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS "STAR BRAND" SHOES. THE Shoe that is built to ...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN A-i hvcmiii;I.iil lis tli"-liiii ill-ill tin -chiiolof Journali-miii tlw 1-iiim ru 01 Mioun Notes of Society. Church News. J B 1'oum Hu IV K I'llifu. JO'H II 1" ( I1A-NOH.. . JllHN 1 VVIUUM- . . M.riuiii- l-'litor . Hii-ri. M m.ur. li rti-mg M hi ! r. in nl itlo'i M.nwi r CMI.IMh Ml fI Ul N Awuu (IllL I IlMivl l.n".. I'n'-ii' ir iiin is I I'liM i rK. r 1 V. ( iki lr i-tm r J. It Ilium J ! l'f i- E H ( mi in si- l: I 1 I'.i.iti J K n nui ( V I! vi vi ii i ki .mi uimv hi iiniNfi weie -iieeii l.iifst- limits o.ah lep liui itrm'lvii 'l.liiiiiiin. -. jf-ontinj; a twtteinilv oi "-oioiitj in Enr.il ,ii tin r. .-t.t: . ,ii Kiluttlim Mi i- tit"' Hllivei-ltv 1)111 lll,r the d.UKt .ill ..iiUIiiniiInultr i lht, j ,u, n (he ha ,0 tunKlj out. Hi. tw i... Ii--i as.nu.il .lam, of tilt. ' Christian Cruch. Kho (hai.tci ..l tue Sisina Xu nateini , Seivaes at 10.45 o'clock. The pas, m winch a mvui in Columbia hal' toi, the He v. JU. A...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 April 1910

ft W UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1910. Clearing Sale of Stationery and Fountain Pens .YOU CAN SAVE MONEY AT THIS SALE. Nothing Reserved Everything Must Sell Stationery 30o off. Pound Papers-Quire Papers, Box Papers TabletsEnvelopes. All is New. "Salz" Fountain Pens 40 oo off. Everyone guaranteed to PLEASE or money refunded. Our Sales are all Money Back propositions, if you are not altogether satisfied. Here is a real guarantee. The Missouri Store Company, CORNER NINTH ST. AND CONLEY AVENUE. Selling Cheaper Because it Buys Cheaper. Sale of Silk Dresses OUR LEADERSHIP in this, as in all other de partments, is always apparent, always giving new evidence of our ability to give the best for the least money. Tomorrow we invite the critical fashionable woman the woman who wants to be "well dressed" and is also desirous of doing so economically to come and make a special inspection of the dresses we will sell for $15.95 Because of the low price don't misjudge the style and qual...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1910. WOULD W PUMP TIES ARE POPULAR Two Carloads of New Furniture Just in! 1). A. K."s Agitation May Re sult in Appropriation by Legislature. We have P in Patent T TO ERECT GRANITE SLABS BOOTS K TRAIL ump Ties j&$ an ana 'jary m. Gun Meta i. The m? m kind you like. $3.50 to $5 7rsf R Hi Our endeavor at all times is to show the latest leather and styles at the lowest possible pri ces and that we succeed is proven by the fast way this style is selling. Jftjjyy Pioneer Route from St. Louis to Lranklin Ran Two Miles from Columbia. SPRING and SUMMER SCHOOL APRIL 1st to AUGUST 15lh 19 0. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type writing, Penmanship, Business Arithmetic, Rapid Figuring, Spell ing, Business English, and Letter "Writing. Also special preparation for Teachers County Certificate. Choose as many of the above studies as you wish. Enter any time. We make the price for the time you are here. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE G. H. Beasley, Pres., Columbia, ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 April 1910

UNIVFRSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1910. COIETS TAIL WILL LIVE IN Summer Necessities! WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS STONE LINED. E t eautifu (Jeorue UcccIlt. of Weather Hurrau. Prepared (Juide for ()l)serations. IT IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY i CAS PHENOMENA Sr "1 M ft J a. 1 w " -j- f V S3 HJir BnBI 1 There Will Uc Auroras Met-j corie Trails and Other i Disturbances. GREATE IDEAL H rniiTMnu'c. OMESE CTION. Buy a lot now Today; Build a REAL home in the Finest residence district in Central Mis souri Westwood o r Westmount. Consider the exclusive and beau tiful sites; think of the fine improvements that are already here pavements, walks,light, heat, water, etc. The high building restric tions assures you homes of uniform construction and good neighborhood. Lots of Lots at extremely reasonable prices. 28 people built homes in this addition last year. Join the pro cession of people who are enjoying life in Westwood and Westmount. Mi'tooiolimkal uiixeivaiioii- will Iff nil.- in ('i.'iiiub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, IS 10. CHOOSE YOUR BUGGY FROM THIS NEW SHOWING & VEHICLES It will be a pleasure for you to select a Run-a-bout, a Buggy, a Road Wagon, a delivery wagon, Surrey or a Phaeton from this line. It's a new an absolutely new display. This is our first season in the vehicle business and the splendid patronage and general approval which the public is giving us is gratifying. But there is a mighty good reason for it. You can count on everything you buy here to be Always all Right. In the showing of Vehicles all are 1910 models. All are exclusive designs including the round corner bed, one piece buggy, etc. They are put together by trained mechanics, under the supervision of ex perts. You can get more satisfaction and also save more money if you come here. See the vehicles And Our Complete Harness Stock, WE ARE RECOGNIZED HEADQUARTERS FOR LUMBER No matter if it is a sky scraper or a doll house, come direct to headquarters for your LUMBER NEEDS. That...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. ts fc fttwn T-TI. 7T T VOLUME II. L IAL MART Dr. Kllwood Says It Tufits One for the Higher Things of Life. ATTACKS "GRECIAN" DANCE Women who Take Daughters to Halls Compared to Dive-keepers. Tin- -ial dunce as it is conducted today u-i- characterized yesterday by Dr. C. A. Kllwood, professor of sociol ogy in "he University of Missouri, as a "nun: mioninl market," and the dowao-:- who take their daughters to thee dances, lie said, were little bet ter than the keepers of dives. Pro fessor Kllwood also declared that any one whi said that actresses on tw modern .-lage were giving expression to tl- highest degree of art by danc ing behind lace curtains and calling the performance a Creek dance were either imiiirant of human nature or they w.-ie prevaricators. In hi lecture yesterday mcrning to his da-s in the Social Teachings of Je;. at the Presbyterian Sunday jchi-i!. l'riffMr Kllwood spoke of Kwi-- if Dancing." He said in part . "I iipiKi-e I am a very bold man ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN All Km in: d1 lJ th -li-'i.-IX-m tin--U . '.f li.r:ui!i.-iiiitt' I-n.r- : ii. M. mr J.J! l-.ui,. .. . Hip r .1. - -JO-iFIH Y II .-. If JtiH- '. W:i !"'- M. .i? he J'1. i"t ji . ... Mid,, jrt-r. -. I . - ,i M..n.i- r. i i. M ,-1 lS!Kll-ni Ml 'H Kit.'. A hi I AlIUX' 15-ifci.. J i.uism ri-.."..ni ionium Ii'Hii ---ir-i..r I '.V.(oK Tra-i.t-r J. K hiutii ! !- i'i n- K V i Kiiwi- l: . I ,...r J..W1'1IJIK- A II"UI MIm-intlAX ICH.Ii.'. IDftlSn. da Eiitr-.i at tin' r-tiifl.' .it in'.mnli'w M. n-j-t-i.jii.l-t1.!- ii-.iil ir-ttt-r -rj;-iunjN rant: I-ita-rsiI.'-. in Alvuiw Us 51ai'ir r-v-r Sh'rl 1. . J.' '' I.T I emcli "i'i- - --- ASVKinJMXi; KVTE- ON AITLJi liS Ad'in -aIlHi!!:riioti!ia1!n:i-tii fXIVKKi-n i MI. OI ill VN' I -lislia Mi.. ,RSn.4 3q-g!SiL-' Another mans of reeivat'on has heen cut oft since Chirf Newman has tnuffied the fr whistle. Ever student in the university should vriu- to nil th-r prospet j ; students- he know.- and get them to visit the jniver-lty High ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1910. 5 I r-9 T Wk& RAISED J200 FOR .car PROHIBITI VASSAR STUDENTS HOLD FROLIC PHOTOGRAPH OF ASSASSINATION !; DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Portierres, Imported Rugs, etc. Woih. 13th St. and Park Ave Stores: I 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street We solicit your patronage Correspondence urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. Sophomores Select "Beauty Girls" and Then Hd:c Them l?ifJ PtiMiKKHPSlKThe students at f(Jj V;i-:ir Ct.Kige ahxas have a big 1 Vinous at I'nion Met lint ivt-spoiHi to Mrs. !U rm C'.-ill tor Aid. jit s SAYS STUDENTS CAN HELP1 Slit IVlicws the Hcvt-iUH- Aivjuinriil is Xol :i Sound One. About r.iHi jit ioi:h rni.-eil 3.4it :it a union meeliiii: u the t tduiiibia hm!..s hist night. This i.ioney '. ill ! u- ! to i :i!l fill Ihs- :' i'a n i".;r t.rn.iiliiini-i. Mis. Wllie SPRING anrl SllMMF.R SCUOPA t ,:- li-r.-r. of f'latk. .i... uh,. is ,-n:n- - "" -- VV....... U,VX...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 April 1910

'9 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, APRIL 18. 1910. 1 REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1 9 1 0 F, STATIONERY They Say It Is Needed and Could He Huilt Entirely of Missouri Materials. AMENDMENT UP NEXT FALL 30 o0 off .leflerson City Commercial. Club Is Boosting the i Proposition. PRATT PROPERTY. COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS M NEW CAPITOL KAISER AVENUE o 100 50 50 50 3 ;0 p ,3 4 50 6- 50 50 7 50 2 u o ! j o O o in in 100 50 50 50 100 r n ir. -j a: pi H S. Part Bouchelle Addition 40 BOUCHELLE AVENUE o Two o'clock p. m., on the premises, we will sell, to the highest bidder, some of the choicest residence property in the City. Three of these lots are occupied by a large, handsome and commodious residence, suitable for Chapter House or private residence. We can furnish a tenant at 800 per year. Four lots are vacant. All have advrntages of sewer, sidewalks and paved streets on three sides. Situated on high rolling grounds, adjoining the Campus, while it is in easy reach of the Univer sity and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJM. '8 VOLUME II. FORESEES A OF 10JMDENTS "Tax Amendment the Next Bir Task," Declares H. W. Stephens. IN HONOR OF ROLLINS University Day Observed !y Alumni Throughout the State. Ai'- r a comparison of the Univer sity .! Missouri of. lSti2, when it hail live '.acuity members and titty student.-", to tlie present with 200 faculty members and 3,0UO students, E. V. Stephens, of Columbia, looked forward to tli.' time when the university would have ln.ottii students, double the num ber in" buildings and would be on a constitutional tax support, in a speech at tix" University Day celebration in the university auditorium this morn ing. Th' exercises were in commemora tion of the birthday of .lames Sidney Rollin-. Known as the Father of the Unicrsity. Major Rollins was born ninet -eight years ago today and died in Columbia January y, 1SSS. In his honor April 1'.' has been designated by the Hoard of Curators as University Da and is observed by alumni tbioiighoiit the state...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. APRIL 19. J UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN J S i -. 51. -r- ;;!.: H-- 5: . -.- Si.-- - vt -s r J'ju-B r a .-. i s . : -r-- - t v.-.---?-.- J.a f 'l'i - r j: M.- r-r on hh.-;i - m- k. s a. - ; vt; HtE: i: Kr:v Sll-t-TA irttilr, Yv-ntz. -T--Jtri P W '! Trft-ar-r -'.fc i- . j t . 'BHiifr R i !.ff J 7 !,.:. H- i Hi--.-1 office jus f wax e :: i ":.-' T.:fTIi" J-iC'E In .-;.- i .; a1ti, Jjj J(i- it nrr -T "f-ol V-ar.. ... .' .a--? . . . S Haz. n.,-x . .. c. AljVf.I:! ;-, fcjkTK.- '.v AK-L"' rw '.-.. Ho. M-j'.-j.- is p-m,i: a!: -- g- :ash-iocabj- a.- a;pBd:'iT:- ' Halle s f-o:ii -& h-.-e a: la.- ' sajs a n--i .:. w- -r re-t better at nigh- h-r-aJ:-r It uofiid i a s-tron:.- teii-ptation to abol.-h :"tbali at the University of Misj'jn i: the ae- rradsn'r system wer- an bed to the ticket If -h- : want it- tr depar tment foime k 1 liit- srr;- r ;:.-..:--Siv to tfct d&jartKiii- n ore tr.ar. a ho? -aif-.r. a T-an. ar.d a :..ar. 'P'-im:- w;- -r.d poind look-h" :- an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1910. h 4 ATTEND THE reat Sale AT MAUPIN'S Thursday, Friday and Saturday, this week, of the real hand-made Bailen burg goods executed by Japanese women and girls who are paid from four cents to 1 0 cents per day for work that our American women would charge from 75c to $ 1 .50 a day. This is one fact why these goods are so reasonable in price. NICE THINGS FOR PRESENTS: Doillys, Center Pieces and Scarfs nearly 150 pieces -Beautiful to look at if you do not purchase. On exhibi in the large show windows at the big store of W. T. MAUPIN. VIEWPOINTS L'lliv I uivi-r :t M i . .i.n.i u iiiii'i inutriliii-, ll.ii-mi iiuilUT- iii I niiTMI. mid ( Miniiliia in-. iitim 'llu:Minr 4ii tin uritrr-hnu tlkivoiitpniiy -u.-ii b'Hi-r nit "ill not ! iiriiitiil nli'-. lc- I i ir.1 1 ' ! FORESEES A SCHOOL OE 1010 STUDENTS $5. -TO ST. LOUIS VIA THE WABASH Account of Metropolitan Opera Company playing St. Louis, week beginning April 24. Dates of J sale April 24th, 25...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 19 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 19. 1910. 1018 TAKE PHYSICAL TRAINING n REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1 9 1 0 PRATT PROPERTY. KAISER AVENUE o 100 50 50 50 in o o o 50 6 50 50 7 50 U H u u o u -1 -2 O o o in in in 100 50 50 50 100 r m m w H SO PI PI S. Part Bouchelle Addition - 40 i i 1 BOUCHELLE AVENUE o Two o'clock p. m., on the premises, we will sell, to the highest bidder, some of the choicest residence property in the City. Three of these lots are occupied by a large, handsome and commodious residence, suitable for Chapter House or private residence. We can furnish a tenant at 800 per year. Four lots are vacant. All have advantages of sewer, sidewalks and paved streets on three sides. Situated on high rolling grounds, adjoining the White Campus, is in easy reach of the Univer sity and in the very heart of the best residence section of the city it is very desirable. Abstract will be furnished each purchaser, showing a good title. TERMS: One-fourth Cash, balance...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. t VOLUME II. COUNCIL RE-ELECTS FOUR CJTYjFEICERS Standing Committees Chosen For the Year To Name Engineer Friday. UNIFORMS FOR THE POLICE' 1'ioperty Owners hy Protest 1 )ei'eat Resolution to Pave Cherrv Street Four city ollicers whose terms ex pired last week were re-elected last night by the city council. The city engineer will be appointed at an ad journed meeting next Friday nignt. Tin- following re-appointments were made: Fire chief, A. G. Xewman; city clerk, John S. Bicknell; weigh niaster. It. T. Withers, and jailer, A. D. Tyson. A. G. Spencer was elected president pro tern in place of Dr. James Cordon. The ordinance ordered drawn at the last meeting to instruct the marshal concerning the purchase of new uni forms for policemen was presented j and passed. The ordinance provides j for heavy blue suits with brass but tons. The purchase of caps or hats was left to the marshal. It was recommended that resolu tions be drawn authorizing the paving of Williams ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 April 1910

B UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN " , - " An hivimigliuii) bj thi-Stiiilem-ii: i!n-S.:ii..i;i)i .lounuli-m.it :!.. l-iiiwr-m of Mi--..;:r: J. II I'own.i MaiKitniis K-Iu.ir mn: -. i;m;...- i;-:-in. M.i-.i.ik.t. JicKi-ii : i'ha-n ,m ili-n::iiMaiijffiT. JuH.n I.Wiimam- "n-ii'.m-i-i Maiias-r. rXIYKKSITY M!.-Mirni.N AS.-oClATlON i hir.i IIakky K. Hidim.-. rr.-iiU-iu (im:ii. Ki-iiKit. s- reli.ry. F W. O K v . 1 rna.ur.-7 J. II 1'oun.i. .1. K l-iu-.-... E. K.Ciiiinrib. K. F I.j.kiktt. J.F. Wnu.m-. c. .. HAlivn. incK Mis-ori:iAN nrii.i.i.vi;. llil". IlrM'lrd T.-lniilii:if v.. . ". " ' Enter-xl t tin' l'tKtotluv at Oiluinbid. Mo., in -r-i-on.i-oi.i- iili'.i mntt-r. .-n:-ci:iiTi'iN fkice. I n iii riii hi in Ailvuncv Ilj Mail or i";irri.-r. BoIkhi! Ynr 8er:i-.ii-r 8itifl-t.iiii-- ;,! . l:S .u" AIlVKltl ISINC UATK- ON A1T1.NWT1KN. AiMri nil t-oimnmm-alion- to I'SIYKlSSirY MI.--oriUAN. "oliiiiitit. Mo DESTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. Destructive criticisr.i is a hindrance making the carnival a financial sue to good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910. " i WWCV'HUIMtl DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Portierres, Imported Rugs, etc. I! Work. j 13th St. and Park Ave ii Stores: 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street We oIicit your patronage Correspondence urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. EDMONIA McGUIRE MARTEN PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. Special attention toTypcwri ing Thesis. M.llUXK.tCLAKKKS LAW OKKICK-; r 1-'our Kxcluii;;.- N.itn:i.il IS.ink H'M'g. rii(uii ill-, J R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 117 Oyer Peck's Drcj Store PIN MONEY CHOCOLATES With a Bon-Bon dish FREE. Ask for it. BLANKE-WENNEKER. MOBERLY STEAM LAUNDRY Has never lost a patron because of unsatisfactory work. Laundry re turned within forty-eight hours. J. KALINA Student Agent Punch bowl, Glasses and Dipper for rent. CALL AT The Little Candy Shop SPRING and SUMMER SCHOOL A?aiLlrtt3 J3J3T 15:H 19 0. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type writing, Penmanship, Business Arithmetic, Ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 April 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, -1910 HACKNEY CAN USE EITHER HAND HELL ' TWELFTH NIGHT THE BEST CANDIES Thursday night, April2l, University Auditorium. Eight O'clock- Admission down stairs--50c and 35c. Seats in Gallery, 25c. Football Player is Also Able to Kick With Rijjht or Left Foot. COMES NATURAL, HE SAYS SENIORS It will soon be time to send out invitations. We can save you money on invitations. Can get engraved work for you at low prices. You will also need VISITING CARDS. On orders left with us Saturday to be printed the following week we will make a special price 100 CARDS FOR 75c. Columbia Herald. North Tenth Street. THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI. A GREAT TEACHERS COLLEGE. Summer sesiion, eleven weeks, beginning June lit and ending August 12th, 1910. FORTY-FIVE TEACHERS IN FACULTY. Many vocational courses, including Bookkeeping, Business Forms, Typewriting, Shorthand, Geography of Commerce, His tory of Industries, Manual Training, Wood Work, Potte...

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