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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, IWAY 20, 1910. HOME FOLKS THINK ROBERTS A WIZARD Special for Saturday Lingerie Dresses at $3.50, $5.00, $7.00, $10.00 and $12.50 White Serge and cloth of gold coats, $15.00 and $16.50 values, now $12.50 aic.'&JfcjRSe V I i9 mi I'll ill Liffl u'l IM tfriK 511 Fine Persian Lawn Waists, $2.00 values, Saturday 9Sc BRANHAM-H1NKLE Co ANNOUNCE MEN! THE CO-OP has not changed management. It's policy and service meet with the ap proval of both the Faculty and the Student body for whose use it exists. THE SENIOR INVITATIONS will be very attractive. They will be cheaper to the class than formerly. There are more Seniors than last year, consequently CO-OP should know in advance HOW MANY YOU WANT in order to insure adequate supply to everybody. Orders Taken for Engraved Cards. Delivery on Caps and Gowns can not be guaranteed if taken later than Tuesday, May 24. If you are not provided for, come in Saturday or Monday. Between Class Items: Hershey's Chocolate, Fou...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 20 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1910. -FINE WHITE DIAMONDS I sell them cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere HENNINGER'S JEWELRY STORE 813 Broadway THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL K1RKSVILLE, MISSOURI. A GREAT TEACHERS COLLEGE. Summer session, eleven weeks, beginning June 1st and ending August l2th, 1910. FORTY-FIVE TEACHERS IN FACULTY. Many vocational court's, unhiding Bookkeeping, Business Forms, Typewriting, Shorthand, Geogiaphy of Commerce, His tory of Industries, Manual Training, Wood Work, Tottery, .Lathe Won;, Forge Work, Mechanical Di awing. Raffia, Do mestic Art, Agriculture, 'iaideniiig. Four years of work and study in Drawing, Fainting, Etch ing, Hammered Brass and other hand work in Art; also thiee years of Art Study in designated texts. Five years in Music, including Sight Reading, Individual Lessons, Chorus Work, Harmony, Counterpoint, Orchestration, History of Music, etc. Many forms of Physical Education, including Gymnasium Work. Public School Playground Work, Track...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. EIGHT PAGES TWO SECTIONS. 10,000 IN PERIL AS T Cool Heads Prevent Panic at Karnum and Bailey Show inXew York. CROWD LEAVES QUIETLY Blaze Caused by Cigar Stub Carelessly Thrown on Canvas. 15 United Press. SCIIKXICCTADY, X. V., May 21. Discipline of :i character that would have lie'ii viewed with pride hy any aimy ollieer marked the lire hero to day that destroyed the main tent of Uio Itanium .t llailey circus. There was no real panic, and hut little crush ing, although the tent was filled with people. The 10,1100 persons who were watch inn the clowns, the hare-hack riders and the trapeze performers marched quietly down from the hleachcr seals into the arena and through the emer gency exits out into open air. The animal cages were hauled to places of safety hy the keepers. The horse tent was not damaged. The canvass burned rapidly and it required cool heads and well directed work for the circus managers to pre vent a panic and further losses. The lire started fr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. VERSITY MISSOURIAN enlnxDsJljby the Students in the School of umalism at the University of Missouri. OWBIX Munairiiu: Editor. t K.iUuiG3 Business Niuiuklt. tE:CHAsorr Advertising Manager. F. Williams Circulation .ManaciT. "KEHITY MIS60UIUAN ASSOCIATION (Inc.) Harry E. Hidings. President. Gordon Fwuek. Secretary. FV. tXKJKK. Treasurer. 3WkLl, J.E. ITAKSOS. Mulders. K.K.Lbjuktt. iuxit-us. C. A. Hauvey. ?FICE: 18 XOUTII KICIITH STKKKT - , TELEIMKIXK V. xl at the PostoBlcc ut Columbia. Mo., as seeond-clnii mail matter. . BUBSCRIITION PItlCE. irlahly in Advance. By Mall or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. BRTISINQ RATES OS APPLICATION'. u fill communications to , -UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Columbia. Mo. g& MPTNESS ESSENTIAL TO SUC CESS. favorable termination or anything nipted docs not conic by chance, brought about through action at right time, lis is a period of complicated so and business lift. No person can alone and receive the best of world. Ev...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. GET BETTER 3T3U3k A Straw Hat mg a Feather o 1DIEN C J Styling omu and A THAN MEN Is C m i I 1 u i: i I 1 For the right smile and the right style, put on a pair of the pop ular Pump Ties. (The kind with the raised box toes.) They wilt feel just as good on your feet as they look in our windows. Here's our Pump Tie in Patent leather Tan and Gun Metal. :&&&$' ---SKlllllffl Looks Good Loo!s belter in our win dows, looks best on the fool. jykifi And General (Average of Fra ternities Is Uelow That of the Student Body. THE SORORITIES LEAD Sophomores Consistently Re ceive Higher Grades Than Freshmen. To Work for Engraving Company. IIrlicrt V. Smith, a student in the School of Journalism, will wink .is an illustrator lor :i St. I.otiis engnning house this summer. .Mr. Smith re turned last night fiom St. Louis. Graduation liresents at Miss Han is". (Adv.) Call 55 (Double 5) to set the Mis sourian's business office by telephone. liny yoi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. rxr--rvj' tlWWWTOBWWraDTg M H . F there was a Better Place to buy Souvenirs than the Mis FRONT souri Store, that place would still be VENIENCES e Missouri Store. When vou 1 . WITH E It I 1 i ( :i ,i i i i 1 r i c a ti P. I1 v o home you'll want an M. U. ouvenir for her or him or your self. Be sure its new, and unique. U ur stock is matchlessly com plete with all the new Pins, Spoons, Fobs, Pennants and Other Souvenir goods come and see it in before you Leave THE Fastest Growing Proposition in the State. a. v mfinTrt&fKTSBS&BEBSbkiMiKMmiUii!! Store. LSSSSOTHK3SBUeSaS25IS aE2)5S3 ! BY TWO POSITS III. I LOST TO KANSAS t j (Continued from Page 1) li:tll anil Alexander. Kansas scored again in the fourth. In the lifth Harper helped to win his own game by driving the hall into the bleachers lor a double. Besheer sacrificed him to third and Rider brought in the run with a single. The sixth inning went much ih same way. Hayilon sent the ba...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

SECTION TWO PAGE ONE. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. AUCTIONEERS TOO IE THEIR TROUBLES "Mow Much sun I Offered Artists See Amusing Inci dents :it Everv Sale. JOKER IS THEIR ENEMY Laws Have Ueen Made to Regulate This Method of Buying and Selling. H:iir of the interest in auctioneering, : -tlliiK to Columbia Ilow-niuch-am- 1 offered" artists, lies in the unusual and amusing incidents which come tip at almost every auction, whether it lie of a valualile piece ol real estate or a second-hand tooth brush. Some limes, however, the "profession" is interesting but not amusing, as when lor instance, the purchaser comes to the auctioneer in a warlike, frame or mind because ho thinks he has been swindled. One ol those persons commonly known as a practical jok-r attended an auction near Columbia the other day and decided to have some sport at the expense ol the auctioneer by mimicking him. He Mimicked the Auctioneer. "llontl.-meii," cried the auctioneer, "how much am I offered for...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. The Stands for the best of Mer chandise, reduced prices on all necessary supplies, and courteous service. The continued and Increasing Pat ronage shows general approval. - THE SENIOR INVITATIONS -Shaded Old English Engraving Cut of the Columns Inside and Outside Envelopes Fine Qualify of Paper selected by ihe Senior Committee from among manv Samples. The Quality remains the Highest, Just the Prices only have been Reduced. (This is the Cc-Op way) Engraved Cards to Order - Caps and Gonms to Order Solid Gold Senior Pins, the kind with a real CJITCH. BETWEEN CLASS ITEMS Tracing Cloth Hershey's Chocolate Black Print Papcr I-'P Note Paper, all sizes Blue 'Print 'Paper Scratch Pads TL ASPARAGUS T I Oil E LSEE Experiments of Horticultural Department Increase Value of Vegetable. QUALITY ALSO IS IMPROVED Larger Stems Have Less Wood Fiber Made $00 off One-eighth Acre. Your Own Store and Post-Office Substation. No Change in Management. DEW JEWELE For...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. Tandy Hardware and Furniture Co. Athen s Hotel Bld'g. Don't Forget the Location. 1 r r i ? fell y lMo$4 I JsgJnll PENINSULAR RANGES $28.00 and upward. Lawn Mowers, Washing Machines, Screens, and Screen doors. Rugs, Window Curtains and Queensware. I222! lil I I r FPC jji You I jyi would not go Lgjlj A Complete line of Furni ture on Second floor. i7jf The Automatic system of circulation keeps the Food pure and whole some for the longest possible period and pre vents the mixing of food flavors. You would not go back to candles! ome in an d let us snow h you. ., THE COLD STORAGE WHITE ENAMELED Refrigerator has a perfect circulation. The shelves are made of Nickeled wire, perforated in order to allow a free circulation of air around the circuit. Kitchen Cabinets from $5.00 up The Durham Duplex Safety Razor is the only Safety razor that can be used as the old style. You should see it. Peninsular $iT.5oa0ndsuP Sp HAY DETECT ME BYPSYCH0L0GY "rot....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1910. HBSSSEggiggSSiS;: ZBSBBEMZ 1P I JothlTicr I JrrPV r ri .;-: mm ai ! iBfiwk u 'llf I 1 1 flm Any .' ? ' MB- ' AW ' U.1IM I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 i I II 1 -k M&IlttlViltlVi V C. jT.' 'jTi i ,. &IT f -1 I 11 I aac Designed by Rosemval.'. ; Well, C:. . . flJlH I.MJ III I III ! I ! inn tl M1 1 - ... . . ,. . ., . 2 HIS tempting offer of ours has stirred the Clothes-buyers of Columbia. It is bringing us new patrons scores of themit is a sound advertising proposition pure and simple and we want you to take advantage of it. Ponder this: UrJ p f f P Set?, tr Wren tjwerj Suit (or $ 1 8 or over) are iiiyinff Absolu tely Free I 4 A wtoy TP AjkBi2.y i Any Pair of Hose cP tlie .House, and Any e "h a try "B TEJ4?5v TB.J & -s,?tt &.-. & 1C $ji.lA -r&AIJ JLJCIij -ALL FREE! STUDENTS, GET YOUR SUMMER SUIT I BEFORE YOU LEAVE. Besides the big free offer, you have the unrestricted choice from all of ROCHESTER'S finest clothes- new classy models...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 May 1910

UNIVERSITY SSOURIAN. iv A 1 I 1 -I I3 VOLUME II. MASTERS MAY " MEET IN COLUMBIA State Association Writes to Commercial Club Here About Advantages. ASSEMBLY IN SEPTEMBER ft t Proposition ill be Taken up by Directors and Given to Committee. Colim '''-I'f- advantages as a conven tion iii h.ivo appealed to another state org miation. The secretary of the CoI'."il.i:i Commercial Chili re ceived a 'iter yesterday from .1. V. Iiobb. ii -iiilent of the State Associa tion oi jmi.i masters, stating that the annual 4. invention of the organization wi.ulil he Held in Si'iiteinher and ask ing what advantages Columbia could afford in the way of a meeting place and the reieiition of the visitors. 'this ;:.-S4-iulily would bring more than ."ion postmasters of the state to Columbia for several days. The prop osition will he taken up first by the directors of I he Commercial clith, anil when acc4.pt ed will be turiu'd over to tho 4-onveiiiiim committee. WABASH CHANGES SCHEDULE All Trains Will Now Stop...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MJSSOURIAN, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1910. $ V UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Erenln Daily by th'Studentsiiitlie School of Journnllim at ihe University uf Missouri. J. B. Powell.-. Uaiia Bine Editor. Haei.v E. Klbi.scs Huint.j Manairer. JOWH K. CHASMifT Advertising iluiuiger. John y. William circulation Muiiurit. UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAX ASSOCIATION (Inc.) Harry E. Riding. President. QoibON risur.B, Secretary. F. W. Cooke. Treasurer. J.B.Powell. J.E. 1'eailion, K. R. Ckiluces. R. F. Lkogeit. i. F. WlUIAXJ. C. A. Hakvev. OFFICE: 1- NORTH FIcHITH STKIIKT TELEPHONE V, Entered at the I'ostoSlce at Columbia. Mo., aj iecond-clasi mail mutter. SUBSCRI1TI0N PRICE. IturarioLly in Advance. By Mail or Currier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. Iddreu all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Columbia. Mo. CALENDAR AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Calendar. May 26 and 27 University high school commencement, auditorium. May :'.0 and 31 Convention of State Association of City Letter Car riers. May 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1910. I Bftlitam ForYoungWomen fouiiw t. rit T uoli. r-; Stulp-it I. v TtinKul; l tnMtf f'iu inn r.t. rtii-n Uts with .tf -. uri I n.r.it 1 . 11.1t- r,iry l.i r. s i- -itu't !iburul rit-j; I'l "! Culture; f sit ion: Art; 1 I --f S. il ..; 1 I'l in l.usi ' ' j "!.! rl In 1 1 ir '! i,i; Iir H r.tit n I. Him, S .1 itirt 1111; AnjJi J " I -- Tnnii II . linsUt !' ""J't" n " li.UI iAHMiuti, J. B. Jones, Pres. Fulton, Mo. M. U. ATHLETES WON 30 POINTS Hundred dollars I.v f r tuWon, board, room, li;;ht, U ' , . I siaMniuTvin t'11 I.usintss . mind r C ml'iucd Course a: Barnes Business College 911 Locust St., St. Louis. Mo.. f .- 1 tern of three months. 'n ucatum. -11II.IIll t t i-ii B v u Kilter anv time. 11 hi ti "firp 1 f ir rvprv rmiijxs. .. 1 ir fri-c r J c, aij,lrca J. It. AMli:i:sOV. Prim Ipal. 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 grow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1910. HARDIN COLLEGE MEXICO, MISSOURI. A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN. THE PIONEER Jl'KIOR COLLEGE IN MISSOURI. Junior College De'ined '.';. r Yf.ii- -: H.j-li S. ii-rl Work anil Tao Yrar- ! ('. u Worn. ! ui- r.--t:jiaii ami Si.ih-iin-in Y-ar. ol i lit rw.-r-!'; Ai ad :;.! "o;r-. Thi .-. v. hat Uanlin Colkw is a:il !.a I: r-.n-- i". Editorial, Kansas City Journal. May :!'. l!-!': Five High School Years. Opinions may r ar-onatjly diner as to wheth'-r th :rra2el .--huoI ti-rm is loo phmi or whf-th'-r tin hiuli school lorni .-hnuld ho li-niith-ncil from four o liv war. as lo'al educators hav Mi-itr til and a prominent r-jr-- :iiam' of tar- .-laic i:nivr;-ity has jii.-t n-rci'!-m-nclil. Inspwior KIliiT. wlu i:- naturally -in-juilK-f-! in a iriiiilly way in b-ha!i 01 ti,' uiiiv'-rsity. fat ore atldms a year n (hi- hmh sHiool roiir.-p. to th end that ounE uva and oiiii-r won.-n. not hoys and girls. h-sll in- sent to th- .-tat- i!i-ti::jtion. Thir. "the yoa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 May 1910

1K - - , ' I ., f ?i & . UMVERSITY MtSSOHRIAN. -j v ,i volume n. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. TUESDAY,. MAY 241910. NUMBER 176. ? i I w h h ;vi 'il sari K ) H i i- COLLEGE ALUMNA RAPS SUFFRAGETTES Mrs. M. H. Pemberton Tells Christian College Gradu ates to- llule Homes. "LET MEN RUN UNIVERSE". Says Suffrage is Question for Childless Women or One With Mean Husband. - Woman's suffrage has not a strong following in the women's colleges in Columbia, according to tlie sentiment expressed in a toast given at the alum nae dinner at Christian College yes t:.day afternoon by Mrs. Morton 11. I'emberton, an alumnus of the college. "The Lord establisned the home and mado woman tho queen," said Mrs. Pemberton, "and, so far as I am con cerned, the kings can rule the uni verse, if they will leave to woman the freedom of tho home and equal lights in tho work of the world and Jn the education and training of the young minds entrusted to their care. Is Not a Question for Mothers. "I have always felt that w...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 May 1910

I ' UNIVEITYMISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1910. ! i- Hot - ' ' 7s UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An KJUniDiilT tol'.bo Stents in the School of Jounuuim at the University of Missouri. J. B. Potmi. . .Manapnc Editor. Sjjurr R.Ridixos iBiwnesa Manager. JosSPKE. CSASKorr. Advertising Manager. J6BHt5f'WiLlJAMs.. Circulation Manager. yNIVSRSlTY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION -' (Inc.) r. ., HAJi6Y.E.,EiDi.Nas: President. ' QonDbk FnadER. Secretary, F. W. 600K. Treasurer. i,B. Powell. u J. E. Pearson. I. B, CllLDKta, M. It. F. EEGGETT. jyRjIUMiLJlS. ' C."A.HAHVFY. fcst$ci: is'xoimi TeiGiitifsTitEET TELEPHONE . Bntutd at the Postoffice at Opluniblu. Mo., ai lecond-clau mail matter. ' KJBSCafPTION'pRICE. Ilnrariablr in Adrance. By Mall or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING BATES ON APPLICATION. Addreti all communications to UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN. Columbia. Mo. LIVE WITHIN YOUR MEANS , Aqdrpw Carnegie recently said that theqhief reason for poverty and crime in the United States v?as failure of people to live...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 May 1910

ir UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. MAY 24, 1910. : '- : : . ,3 :fe 1 ! r w w it I UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS. Placcf of subject in terjn schedule, or subject Time of examination. ;r;n"F 8 t0 10 Saturday, May 28 g " tii 8 to u SatuJ:da'. Ma' 2S AsironomyVhVmistoPhWiqs;;:::::;; tfzS: SS 11 1 miiY F""1 8 t0 10 Monday, May 20 i ' n 8 t0 X1 Monday, May 30 j 1. in......... n t0 j Mondar jiay go Botany, Zoology 2 to 5 Monday! May 30 -f ?!'mVF s t0 10 Tuesday, May 31 i7 n 'pi""- 8 t0 n Tuesday, May 31 ' : i1 .....11 to 1 Tuesday, May 31 J.nglifau 2 to 3 Tuesday, May 31 12 M. W. F s t0 10 Wednesday, June 1 H m'JJ; s t0 11 Wednesday, June 1 11 T. b--J 11 to 1 Wednesday, June 1 German, Romance Languages 2 to 5 Wednesday, June 1 2 M. W. F 3 to 10 Thursday, Juno 2 2 Dall'- S to 11 Thursday, June 2 2 T- Th " : 11 to 1 Thursday, June 2 Historj 2 to 0 Thursday, Juno 2 3 M. W. F .'.'. s to 10 Friday, June 3 a Ually. '. S to 11 Friday, June 3 :! T. Tli 11 to 1 Fiiday, June 3 Math...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 May 1910

EMfe; - r- UNIVERSITY M1SS0URIAN. TUESDAY. MAY 24, 1910 fi1 . . - fr ; I . h ' r j r 1 , 1- ft f S - nn is. ready with everything pertaining to Commencement. Senior Invitations, much more attractive than last year, and only half the price. They are official. Senior Pin The Pins with a catch that is safe. ENGRAVED CARDS-ANY STYLE. ELEGANT NEW FOBS REPLICA OF THE NEW COLUMN PENNANTS and OLD ENGLISH PENNANTS. . - ' - SOUVENIR SPOONS, EVERYBODY KNOWS RIGHT ON CO - Between Class Items: 3 & Batter Chocolate, Koh-i-noor Pencils, Fountain Pens, Pencil Holders. Your Own Store and Post-Office R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 117 Over Peck's Drug Store They're after him -. Big shave one dime , Same price all time Whose "him?" Why, Jim! Located at No 714 Broadway Baths. Phone 2S8 Black cfe Copyrisnt 1CC9. ty C. E. So yoii will surety need r some new tilings. Mavb or peroaps a new piece , of '- Furniture i Whatever you need come to our store, look around our splendid stock and we will guarantee ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 May 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURLAN, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1910. "ST 5 V5S 1U . I f L I t II I iir, I" 1 i R5 M'taut f ffflnlkg ForYounKWoiaen Competent Tench ersj Strident Gov ernment: Complete Equipment: Articu lates irith Jilmourl UnlTerlty;Pult Lit erary Courses; feel entincLaboratories: Physical Culture: Expression: Art Domestic Science; Voice; Piano; Busi ness Conrse;Superb gininc Hall; iirce Recreation Boom; banlt&rlmn; Ample Campus; Tennis; Ban-?' Ba,ke HeaUbinl Location. J. B. Jones, Prea. ruuon, Me. SIOO One Pays for tuition, board, room, light, books and stationery in the Business, Shorthand or Combined Course at Barnes Business College 911 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo., forJa term of three months. No summer vacation. Enter any time. A ntitnfinn c-aj h.1 fn ..- i .." r-"i;"7"' ?'";. TOrai 4 h-uc iui'u A-sji uvv cauuogt auuress &r J. n. ANDERSON, Principal. The American School of Osteopathy KIRKSVILLE, MO. Offers to High School Gradu ates and College Trained Stu dents a first-class cour...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 May 1910

WBSlljJlllfi 9S1 i- - j-- f, " v t. ;- 'iHi UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1910. ' ti . . I 111 I ! .11 E & -FINE WHITE- DIAMOND JEWELRY La Valiero Brooches I U. OVERSTATE High School Pupils AreThink- ing About University Pennants on Display. BRINGS W??y5?i--,'V:.sTvf ""rrKr 7938Fs-v - v FTa'irE! "- . ' . x ' f ' ' ---.-- r r . , a "-- A - MR INTEREST 1 I sell fine Wnite Diamonds cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. F. A. HENNINGER YOU WORK HARD To get money. Can you afford to take any unnecessary risk with it? Experienced business men eliminate every possible risk in the handling of their financial affairs. The more business years to their credit the more careful they become. The man who deposits his money in a sound home bank and pays his bills by check protects and conserves his income. He alto increases his credit. Why not protect your earnings by depositing in the BOONE COUNTY TRUST COMPANY and carrying a check book? S. C HUNT DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in D...

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