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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 4 May 1910

T " MISSOURIAN. UNI i COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910. VOLUMH IL NUMBER -16. i r Mi C 1 W r -i - m J I ' " ' --m' A. V JlOX JL JL -' ;., J. i CITY PRISONERS PUT TO WORKQNSTREETS At Lust the Mud and Filth' ' of :i Year is Hcinjj Removed. CLEAN-UP DAY TOMORROW 1'ile up Your Rubbish, Tele phone C1 and it Will lie Hauled Awav. The mud and lilUi that has accumu lated -tin life" iJaved streets and in the gutters in Columbia during the last year is being removed today. That long-desired order to begin cleaning was i.ssued by the city council last night. And wiien the streets are once cleaned they are to be kept clean, city officials say. Work on the streets . began at 7 o'clock this morning under the super vision of Fountain Rothwell, chairman of the streets and alkyr committne of the city council. One sweeper, be longing to .1. H. Hill, was rinsed; three teams and wagons were hired and twelve prisoners in the city jail were procured early this morning aim put to work. The w uk ...

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

1 h UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN; WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910. AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL TRIED UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Is EtOs Dally by th Students In th Sehool of Jeorn&UiM at tha Huivernitr of Missouri. J. B.Foykx. .Managi or Editor. Habit B.RiBiMca Builn&u Manager. JoaErs X. Qauasorr Adrartiiiuc Manacer. John r.lTiiuiin Circulation Manager. BNIVEMITT MIBSOURLLK AESOCUTIOS due.) Haxxt E. Ridikim. Praaldent. Gokdou Fiehm. Secretary. F. W. (Joots. Treat urer. J. B. Powell. j. e. Kxikw.v. E. K.CtiLMH, K.r.Lncnr. J. 7. ;Yllxijja, C.A. Hazvkt. Oma : UltteOCKIAM buildikg. ITCfi Broadway. Telephone H. tmeml at the I'ottoffloe at Columbia. Mo., aj sooond-claae mail matter. OBgCKIITIOK P1UCI. Unvariably la Adranoa. Br Mail or Oarrior. School Year HOT Semaeter 1-21 gihcIeCogUe . ADYEMHEIG EATIB OX AFr"LICA7I02r. Addreaa all eonuaunioatioru to f USiYEUJSITT ULMOUEUN. Columbia. M. THE VALUE OF A SLOGAN. A city's slogan is its trademark. It is its whole advertisement, all- of its talking points in condens...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 4 May 1910

TSSmSSfim ;25g3SEg!ll " -A'-' 2ES253S ifc UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910. l! A BIG COMBINATION LOT SALE OFFER EXTRAORDINARY! F Commissioner Issues Report of Work Done in Last Three Months. THURSDAY, MAY 12, BEER WAS THROWN AWAY 3 -ST f ROYED UNDER II LI ft r ' . If 9 To make this last month of the school year a banner month in the history of our trade with the students, we are going to make them an Irresistible Inducement With every purchase of a Suit or Raincoat at $ 1 8,00 or over, you will be offered, FREE. Any Hat in the House Tie in the House Any Shirt in the House Belt in the House Pair of Sox in the House Any Any Any Not a choice articles, of th ese Eighteen Hundred Pints Con fiscated by Officers in Kansas City. We want you to take away full outfit for the outer man. will be unrestricted. ALL OF THEM. with you a Your choice tU R e 9 All $3.00 Hats Nonce! r" go at 2-08 ow from now on. Y ours, WALT, at A report issued by Dr. W. P. Cutler, state food and dairy com...

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

1 I T-CL UK UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, IS 10. COMMERCIAL CLUB TO HELP jUILD HOTEL (Continued from Page 1) THIS SALE IS THE GREATEST ILLUSTRATION OF OUR ABILITY TO SURPASS ALL COMPETITION THAT HAS BEEN GIVEN THE PEOPLE OF BOONE COUNTY jRB. 3iae the cit build a hospital for in fectious diseases. Electric Road Men to Come. Representatives, of the North .Mis souri Central elctiie laihoad will meet the trar.fj)orrntirn rniiisnittnp oi the Commercial c lub here Saturdav to present their piopobition to Colum bia. The company was first capital i7cd at ouu.ouo and taeir loute was from Jefferson City to Columbia The havf iccently raised then- capital stock to ?2,300,o00 and oueinled 1'ieii route to Mexico and Mobeil.-. Tlic following (ommitlcc n 1'u 100,0i0 hotel proposition was ap pointed: V. T. Anderson, S. F. Con lei, J. V. Schwabe, C. B. Rollins, J. M Oattet ton, E. C. Chiikstales, .5 Y Vc-Sbti, John V. :ri, I. M. Ik-foe, William Hirth, Ira T. Cf. Stone, S. C. Hunt, Isidor L...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 May 1910

B i UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAK j. , i i COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910. VOLUME IL NUMBER 152. 7? - 7-'Tr -"-" J t -' THIS IS THE DAY TO "GLEAN4JP" CITY Sweeper Rented for the Occa sion is Run Over Prin cipal Streets. SIX TEAMS ARE AT WORK More Than 100 Telephone Calls to Remove Rub bish from Houses. Six' Icarus and tvehe men hae been busy collecting and carrying away Columbia's refuse and dirt today It i "Clean-Up Daj" and these men and teams have been working in con junction with the citizens of the town in an effort to give Columbia a good appearance for High School Day. Yesterday the sweeper rented bj the city was run over the paved streets in the northern part of town. Last night and this morning Broadway was swept and since then the sweeper has been used on the streets in the south ern part of town. The sweeper carries the dirt to the edges of the streets. Fountain Roth well, who has charge of the 'cleaning up," has put tne prisoners of the city jail to work collecting 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. — 5 May 1910

"- ( 1 I UNIVERSITY MISSOklAN, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910. rii- 3 - 'UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Eenmclailj l the Student in the School of Journalism at the Unit ersitj of Mitsmri. J.B. Powku. Maimsnns Editor. Hakkv Z. IiIUINf; HutmeM Minister. JtWETH K.Cmashoit Adienising Manager. Jous F. Williams Circulation Manapi-r. ONIVKRSITY MISPOURIAN ASSOCIATION (Inc.) Harry K. KiMMdi. rrtxitlrnt. GOElxjh FirutK.Ftcretf.ry. F. W. OxiKK.TrrA'Urrr J.B. Powr.u.. J.K. l'lit-iv, X. K, CuiLIrn.. K. F. Lem;ett. 1. F- WlUJAK.. C. A. IlAKVEV. OFFICE : MISSOURIAN unMUNC. lKftllrojeSwar. Telephone K. Enured at the l'ostotfa nt Columbia. Mo., ai winnd-cliiss nwil mutter. &UBPCKIITION l'RICE. Ilnvariablj- hi Advance. By Mail or dmer. choolYear tlM Semester 13 glneleCbpiej & ADVERTISING KATES OX AITLICATION. Address all eoininr.niaiion to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Columbia, Mo. U. S. MEETS GERMANY. The meeting of Theodore Roosevelt and Emperor William II brings to gether intellectual features of the United S...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 May 1910

iii 4HHIWS .. vJ- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910. LETTER A BIG COMBINATION LOT SALE FER E RDINARY! Discovered by Dr. lick in Files in Alumni lloom This Morninir. WRITTEN TO DR. JESSE Hffil M TIN FOUND THURSDAY, MAY 12, To make this last month of the school year a banner month in the history of our trade with the students, we are going to make them an rresis I'll able nducement With every purchase of a Suit or Raincoat at $18.00 or over, you will be offered, FREE. Any Hat in the House Any Tie in the House Any Shirt in the House Any Belt in the House Any Pair of Sox in the House Not a choice of these articles, ALL OF THEM. Notic We want you to take away with you a full outfit for the outer man. Your choice will be unrestricted. Yours, WALT, at f All $3.00 Hats g I will go at $2.00 now on. IriL I it H r ? V. .a Em a V B TFR,J 911 AX SwWA W & y reji".-WEfJUHn'. i,t i rtyj mixuivr-Jiimivii WW THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL KIRKSV1LLE, MISSOURI. A .GREAT TEACHERS COLLEGE. Summe...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 May 1910

ISMBiWW -- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1910. 4 1 i HE W TO BECEWEDIPLOWS Seventy-tour Girls uiul Twenty-seven Hoys in City's Largest Class. WILL PLAY HIAWATHA Grammar School Pupils Will Give Indian Program ,"lor Their Exercises. The public schools or Columbia will STailuato s-eventy-four girls ami twenty-seven lioys from tlie grammar schools this ypar. This ih jl.e largest class ever graduated fro:i! the seventh grade in Columbia. A six-act jilay, Hiawatha, will be given by the grad uating clas at the Columbia theater June 3. Kvery pujiil who gets his or her di ploma this year will have a part in the play. Hesides the play, which is expected to tal;e up two hours, there will be drills, songs and dances given by the pupils between times. All the dances and songs will be Indian, or as nearly so as possible. One Hundred in the Cast. The cast of principal characters is as follows- Hiawatha, Cnthbert Stephenson; Xa fcomis, Lois Ristine; Iagoo, Durward Schooler; Cithe Manito, ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 May 1910

H UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME IL COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. NUMBER 16a. u 4 I SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS ARRIVE .Joplin Sends Delegation of Thirty-five, Which is Lamest Vet. SOME COME 250 MILES Gymnasium Heing Made into a "Hotcr to Provide Sleeping Quarters. More than loo high school students, j representing about seven schools, ar rived on the early trains to Columbia this morning. The Joplin delegation is the largest that has yet arrived. About Lliii ty-live boys and girls ac companied the track team. Other teams and rooters who arrived on the morning train are from Charleston. Carthage, Shelbina, Chillicotlie, Iioiiu Terre and Slater. Two students, Charles Simpson and Charles Scon, accompanied by their school superin tendents and several rooters, came all the way irom Charleston, Mo., about 200 miles from Columbia. Sleeping Quarters at Gymnasium. Sleeping quarters for about sixty men are being provided by the ath letic department at the gymnasium. Lots are being set up...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 May 1910

- - --qcSSrS-"' r' -' il .w U&t, "V""' -v 'f-r.'f;"!S'S; otoapi4 .;. SITY MISSORIAN, FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1910. i 4- I v Jfr r ' f 13NIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Eeiijn'plai.j-ly theSUnifntsin the SUnlof - Joumsli?ni et tlm Vm ersity of Misiir:. J.B. 1-owi.u. Qarkv E. 1:iii!.nc JiMETU E. CIlJUiNOFF.... Jims F Viijjms Maiingiiu: Editor. Suirie- MiiiuRor. ...Adv.Tti-inR Muii.ibfr. ... ('in ul-ilion Mjiii.tp-r. tNIVERMTY MIS.eOUniAX A.-OCIAT10N (Il.c.l IUrkv E. I'.idim;-. l'rtvMlent. 'ior.ixN 1"iiiik. svpretary. K. W. Cookk. Tn-a-iirrr J. B. r-OWEIJ.. j. K. l"FU:-ON E. It. Cuii.W'ko, K. H. I.hjiiETT. J. F. WiuiAi:.-. c. A. HaI'.vey. oj-tick : MissointJAX ih'iumnu. llfti ISroadway. IVi? plume ."?. Emercii at the PosKitlitv lit Columbia. Mo., as se.iiRi!-C'Ia limit stutter. ?rr.-n:i!'ni)N price. ;iiur:ali!y in Ailui'ncf. Iiy Mail or fiirnir. School YeRr tlM 8eme-trr l.'J-" 8insi Coiucs l& AI)Vi:nTI.-ilNJ KATES OS APPLICATION. Adiirei.s nil roinnitinkatiinn to L'MVKKoirY Mlt.-DLUIAN. (liltuu...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 May 1910

" szzf-? - .p:,! rxTV qv.r$ "S1" r fP'SfJT!-- - y UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1910. K A USEFUL GRADUATING GIFT. One of those large silver MESH BAGS, worth $12.00. Special price this week .... $7.00 HENNINGER'S JEWELRY STORE 813 Broadway LOOK TO JACCARD'S For Commencement Suggestions The prestige of a gift from Jac card's insures greater ap preciation for it. J A CCARD Jewelry Company 1017-1019 WALNUT STREET Kansas City, Mo. Business lige QUINCY, iLUHOIS Leatfmg Business College cf America f 100.000 School Buildng. I'M to 1400 students. Experienced teachers. Its graduates in demand. Bookkeeping. Actual Business and Banking: Shorthand. Typewriting, Penmanship and Mathematics. Besratlfnt 68-pace Illustrated Cata log free Write kow. J r, :'laifaf &1-&J! Lnt'li Uoi O ft!JJH&!ga.gByM Stfrtn The American School of Osteopathy KIRKSVILLE, MO. Offers to High School Gradu ates and College Tra ned Stu dents a first-class course in a pop ular and growing science. Write to t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 May 1910

!SfMS5sOWJM?WlAlfw1' M 'jffufi'H li. ' m-t - - -i V4i,S,('Sr ?' 'S3''$ivA ," -" -tsaitn'Kf 'fj!:!!?- vj.jTrF'WifS ..,. .- & UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. "LITTLE BIRDS" ON PROGRAM A BIG COMBINATION LOT SALE Five of Them to Help Entertain at Presbyterian Church Sunday. Five little birds, a robin, an oriole, a sparrow, a bluebird, and a Jennie wren, will recite in the program for the Children's Day entertainment to be given by the pupils of tho Presby terian Sunday school next Sunday morning. Of course, the birds are not real ones. They are little girls who OFFER EXTRAORDINARY! THURSDAY, MAY 12, lfwilaBW8Tlil8CfBiiBiiriiffilTmi 1 h ' L "" - t ' I To make this last month of the school year a banner month in the history of our trade with the students, we are going to make them an Irresistible Inducement With every purchase of a Suit or Raincoat at $18. 00 or over, you will be offered, FREE. Any Hat in the House Any Tie in the House Any Shirt in the House Any Belt in th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 May 1910

tr UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. That Make Goo CiJLJIJI JS. vl BMHV A .& , , , , , i , T i I i COLUMBUS BUGGIES, S STYLE and QUALITY ARE THE BEST ON THE MAR !! Mill IIIHIIIIIMIW HIlM Mil ! IWIMIIHHIIIMIIMIIII !! IW II 1 Tl II IT If TTT1 1 I IIT 111)1 IHI IT 1 III Ifliriirill lirTH T 111 irmiTIM inifril--lTn I -f BIT I1II1I.H1IH M ! I MWI IHinftTTn--! i.f-TfJW..,ii.ii-r-.r1. III COMPLETE IS OUR SHOWING OF HARNESS-EVERY MM,W himiimhiii imiiiiimii'iiii ii ii mnii i ii ''" . ....,.-. ..,-.-.. mi i i i i innTiTrinnrni'ii t "ii nr :ri ifr a.-i--t i- -.-. - . - -., $BW T? w d VQasAs Xtf li fesS 4 :-jijmiiliv- 1 1. 1 d , III tiU-.H',,llaBEEM UTILE CHANGE 1 MARKET PRICES .Fair Weather Has Had Small Eflcet on Meats and Pioduce. BAIN MAY CUT THE SUPPLY JSutter tit 30 to 37 1-J Cents :tnd Eggs at '22 l-'2 .Remain Uchaiured. The cJear weather of the last fev Jays helped the economic housewife litUe. Wiien she goes to buy her Sunday-dinner vegetables, she will find prices practi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 May 1910

I wwm'n'uz&z. ,1-A'K A mSTiV" 'jfjMF ;wp(3f- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. . t WELCOME. EVERYBODY MEETS AT WELCOME. STOR h ! j' AIN B SEE I -M CAFE AND FOUN 1 M if' I I A- A Typical College Store the best in the United States. Centrally located between the University and the Gymnasium. Extremely Accessible, Light and Roomy. THE Popular meeting place for Students. Best Soda fountain Service in Columbia. The Official Eating place for all H. S. Athletes. THE ONLY Recent University Post Cards ONE CENT EACH. The Only New Souvenirs. PLENTY L. Of Accommodation Tables for all. 9 Athletic Goods of all kinds. Pennants of 1 00 different Colleges. See them. 2000 Mis souri Pennants 1 50 designs. FOBS, SPOONS, PINS, NOVELTIES, ROOTERS MEGAPHONES. THE MISSOURI STORE recognizes it will be pushed to the limit to accommodate the crowds tomorrow. It is spending a lot of money to live up to its responsibilities of the day. Its service will undoubtedly please you. THE MISSOURI STORE Wh...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 May 1910

"?W!OS" UOTVERSXTY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME IL W. M. A. IN CLASS A; JOPLIN WON CLASS B Five Hundred Students souri High Schools at Annual Track and Field Meet. RAIN FAILS TO DAMPEN ENTHUSIASM OF VISITORS Cots for Late Arrivals ium- -INo Confusion in Taking Care of the Guests. Wcntworth won in class A at the Interscholnsttc meet on Rolins Field this afternoon. It scored 54' points. Kemper was second with 42' -. points and St. Joseph third with 22 point's. Joplin won first in das-, "B" with 20 1-5 points. The University High School of Columbia took second place with 18 points and Hannibal third with 17. Charleston and Bonne Tcrre tied for fourth place with 14 points each. Even tliuv da;.s' i.iin cauiuii ill own I'liivcisii oi Mis-oun hospitulil. Ii is High Si hoed May in iioi-il and o oi.v one oi the ;,(mi visitors is lu-ing made to led that tin.- whole ok.i-.ioii is just lm him In spile ui lain and mud ami imiuiucinblo puddles of acr. the students ol the univ.-isii are tr.ving to show thei...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 May 1910

l J UNIVERSITY MISSORIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. 3f-a- .4 A " i r 1 1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Dailr by theStiidentsin tlitf Scliooluf Journalism nttlic University of Mi-oiiri. J. B. PowEii Mauajchis Kiiitcir. IIakuv K. Kidim; lliisi:ic.-s MunuRcr. Jonr.ru K. CHAssorr AtlvcrtisiiiK Manager. John K. Wii.uams Circulation Muiiaci-r. TJNIVKKS1TY MISSOtKIAX ASSOCIATION (Inc.) IIarhv E. Ilwisi:. President. Uokikjk Kimiki:. Secretory. F. W. UioKh. Treasurer. J. B. Powki.i.. .1. E. l'KAixis-. E. K. CniLWUiH. It- V. Li ;.;hTr. !. F. WlLl-IAMS. C.A.II.V1-.VKV. OFFICE: NISSOl'KIAN lSUU.PlNCl. 1105 Ilrosdwuy. Telc-nlnnm-Vi. Entered at tlic l'ostnSliee at Columliiu. Mo., as tcc-oud-cluc mail matter. SUB.HCKIITION THICK. Ilnvariably in Advance. By Mail ur Carrier. School Year fJJ Eemearter i-'-.1 Blnslo Copies "' ADVEUTiaiSd KATES ON APPLICATION. Address all rouiuiniiic-atlims to UNIVERSITY MlbSOI'UIAN. C'olumliia. union -iS5 MOTHER'S DAY. Tomorrow will be observed by many persons as Moth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 May 1910

' -&"'? i ,lff- k&Wk'W1':' ', UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. J.fijifft.ijM "THE STYLE STORE MEN" THE COLLEGE MEN OF TOMORROW Should learn today what every U. of M. Student knows, that CORRECT APPAREL FOR EVERY OCCA SION IS TO BE FOUND ONLY AT See Our Line of Caps SEE SE THE TAILOR and CLEANER for Steam and Chemical Cleaning. SERKES, THE TAILOR, Phone 481 THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL Three-yiiar course, leading to degiv , of Doctor of Law (.T.D.). which by the ( Quarter system may be completed in j two and one-fourth calendar years, j College education required for regular i admission, one jear of law being j counted toward college degree. Law library, of s:!,000 volumes. : The Summer Quarter offers special opportunities fo students, teachers and practitioners. First term begins June 20. Second term begins July 28. Courses open in all departments of the University during the Summer Quarter. For announcement address Dean of Lav School, University of Chic...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 May 1910

i.nUu rtlBHM i wr vM- v3 J UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910. HrJTf S THE CENTER OF ATTRAC TQDAY-EVERY DAY-THIS STORE IS SATISFYING THE PEOPLE! 11 i i I r j I I l ? B -w S3 4 a m ( It is the typical College Store- nothing better anywhere. I selections, mewest goods. you visit the Big "Missouri S nothing like it in the west, carries largest stocks, best o not leave Columbia until ?? jfcaSUL 2 The Store Accommodating Best Place to 2000 New University? Department and Frat New and Original Souvenir. . . .. . md Orinko Every - a GO WITH THE CROWD CORNER NINTH and CONLEY BETWEEN ACADEMIC HALL and GYM. MOST INTERESTING PLACE IN COLUMBIA. POST CARDS lc EACH. New U. of M. Fobs, Spoons, Pins THE WHERE SUNSHINE REIGNS ALWAYS T VARSITY AND COLUMBIA NOTES Miss Opal Clark ol Hallsville is vis iting in Columbia. She was a fresh man in tins University oi .Missouri last year. The meeting or the Social Science club was not held last night because many or its members were entertain ing high...

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

-.. RSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME IL COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, MAY 9, 1910. NUMBER 164 UNTVE Bros GATHER E E Twenty-five Country and City Newspaper Men at Sessions. KAUFMAN TALKS TONIGHT Henry F. Woods of St. Louis Republic Speaks on City Editor's Work. Tonight's Program. Addicts. S ihIikIi, AKiicnItiir.il College auilitotium, ll.-i hen K. utf 11.. in. ('Imago, on "Advei Using" !!( option, 'i-i". ii'ilm!! al Dana Hoiee. 71S .Mnivland Plate, lij -1 n dents ami laiiiltv in Si hool ol .loin nalisin to v isiimjc oditois and 1 Mends'. Tomorrow Morning. S o'clock Lectino, "NowsC.nih eiing," 1J P. L. -Mai tin. assistani profes'-or of tlie Thi'iiij and Piac Ue ot .loiiuialisin, Switler II. ill. ! o'clock Lectin o. "Copy Read nig," hy ('. C. Ross, iiistiiulor in joninalisin, Switler Hall. 10 o"i lot K l.ei tine. ' The Alt and Pthus ni Repelling," mult lsit aiiditoiiiiin. 11 o'clock l.oduio, "The Will nip ill Ail oil Kin;;." b .1. H. Ctaig advertising writer for the llannl tnii-Ihowu Shoe uunpan...

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

isyj "hSKHP5 ;?'..' ' -"'-' v. " '.'.-.-"' -i ' ' , -. UNIVERSITY MISSORIAN, MONDAY. MAY 9, 1910. iMwr.iA I Hi J I f . - ! fi I U UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Daily by the Students in tlic School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. J. B. Puvrsu. Eaeky E. Hidincs.... JoSETU E. CUAhNOFF.. John y. Wili.ia.m- ManaKiuc Editor. ....lltisiness Manager. .Adverti.-iiiE Manager. . .Circulation Manaircr. UNIVERSITY MLS.OriUA. ASSOCIATION (Inc.) IIarbt K. Kiiiinu. l'rer.iilent. Gordon Kisuf.k. Secretary. K. V. Coouk. Trea-urtr. J.B.Powell. J.K. 1'kaimbc. I. K, Chilim'.k3. K. V. hmoKtr, J. T. WlUrUXS. O. A. II AIIVKY. OFFICE: MISSOUKIAN MJIUHNU. 1105 Broadway. Telephone f5. Entered at the I'ostoflice at Columbia. Mo., as second-class mall mutter. SUBSCKI1TI0N I'KICE. Ilnvarialily in Advance. By Mail or (Xirricr. School Year tl.00 feinA&ter 1 Slnirle OoDles -''' ADVERTISING RATES OS Al'I'LlCATION. Address all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSUL'UIAN. Columbia. Mo. THE COMMERCIAL ...

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