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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910. r" NUMBER 188. t iWJ E They Tic for First Honors and Both Get Scholar ship in Arts. INNIS LAW VALEDICTORIAN Other Prizes Announced 404 Decrees Will Be Con ferred Thursday. In the awards which will be an nounced at the commencement ex ercises of the University of Missouri Thursday morning, will be two James S. Rollins scholarships to Donnis and Gladys Martin, twins. Tho scholar ships are those awarded in the College of Arts and Science, and the twins were tied for first honors, their grades being identical to the fraction of one per cent. The other Rollins' scholar ships will be awarded as follows: School of .Medicine, Thomas J. Heldt; School of Law, Edwin W. Patterson; College of Agriculture, W. It. Hechler; School of Engineering, Frank E. Leap hart. The scholarships are worth 550. Eleven university scholarships will be awarded as follows: Vivian H. Bresnehen, A. B., University of Mis souri, '10, in English...

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

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910. I. h i :-i : t ft UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An ErenlnglUUr by th studonts in tlie School of Journalism at the University of Misxjuri. OORDON Fimieb.. Harry K. Hiiuni.-. ...Muiuicim; Kiliior, S'i-u- IMitur. UNIVERSITY MISSOI'MAX ASSOCIATION" (Ini-oriHiratiMl Kahj.e I'KtiLvix. 1'ri-i'lent. VAiiiiix Hkva.nt. Secretary. Francis fcTEWAirr. Tjv.iMirer. :. A. IlAKVF.Y J. 1. Wll.IIAM-S IiAIlKY 1. ClY. .tAMK-, (.. MAY. . J. E. CiiAs.orr. OFFICE: 1! NOUTH KIOHTII STUKET TELEl'HUNi: 55 Entered at the I'lxuiffire at Columbia. Mo., as scond-clas:- mail matter. HUHSCKIITION" l'KICE. Ilnrarlably in Advance. Ily Mail or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES ON Al'I'MOATION". Addrest all commuiilriitions to UNIVERSITY MLSs'OCRIAN. Columbia. Mo. THIS YEAR AT THE UNIVERSITY. A new spirit developed at the Uni versity of Missouri this year which presages u great future for the in stitution. This spirit developed among both the students and the facul...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE BRAINS AND ONE-HANDEDNESS TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910. I ft V Experts Believe Ambidexterity Will Aid Memory, Speech, Intelligence. A movement has been started in Germany for (ho ciilthutiuu of ainlii deiteritj. The idea is that the Ue eIoiim'"t "' Ille liowcr to use both hands equally well means the develop ment of the intelligence in general and in th memory in particular. The advocates of the movement state the case thus: While right-handed people have the laiifruaKe center on tlio left side ol the brain, people who are ambidextrous have two language centers, one on each side of the brain. The infant begins life with two speech centers, but as the right hand is gradually trained and the lelt neg lected, one speech center graduallv grows iiipfleftive and useless. It is argued that by the cultivation ot the left hand the capacity ot the riglu speech center ol the brain tan be revived and that the intelligence tan be broadened as anibidexteritv ni- creabes ...

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

T PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910, COMMENCEMENT -s.f NEWSPAPERS RE MODERN TEMO H 5 FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING WHERE THE GOODS WHERE THE PRICES ARE ARE ALWAYS ALWAYS THE BEST. THE LOWEST. TRGXELL'S "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. William H. Lynch Thinks They Should be Head and Studied in School. TEACHES CLASS AT OZARK His Efforts Have Proved Suc cessful, He Says Here Commencement. REAL ESTATE SALE AT AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910. $25.00 IN GOLD will be given away at this sale. Holders of tickets must be present in order to get prize. I iill sdl. mi the iiremc-sU to the i.igiie.-t bidder my entire holdings in re.tl -iate in Columbia. Pi t it'll lots in Mikels addi tion and two lot- in Stewarts Mil-dii -i.m on Sexton road. The Mi kel lots bating bi-c:i pure haM-d by ni" v. hen the addition was firt told oat, and are as good as o:i can liind in the whole addition. The two lots on Sexton Iload are each 1"." feet tront by IT." ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 June 1910

t UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJST. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910. NUMBER 189. -r ? 1KUN KILLED BY ELECTRIC GURREN I Simford Vandiver Meets In stant Death at the Power House, NEARLY AN INCH OF RAIN FELL Will Be Warmer Tonight With More Rain Tomorrow. The weather forecast for Colunbia and vicinity is: "Showers tonigh or Thursday. Wanner tonight." The precipitation at 2 p. ni. ainountei to .Ct inches. The temperatures: 7 a.in 59 11 a.m 63 b a.m GU 12 noon G." U a.m Gl 1 p.m G2 WAS RAKING OUT SOOT Body Found in Pit Several Minutes Alter Accident Had Happened. 10 a.m G2 2 p.m Gi ONE WILL BE DISAPPOINTS Instantaneous death came to San ford Vandiver. a helper in the Uni versity of Missouri power house, while he was cleaning out the soot pit of the south furnace at 11 o'clock today. Vandiver had opened the door to the pit and had crawled into the furnace, taking an electric light on an extension wire with him. It was while lying at the entrance of the pit, raking the soot 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. — 8 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Dally by th.stiiileiit.in the Sclmulo: Journalism at the University of Mi.iuri. flourus Fi-hki: ... IlARItV K. HllilM.-. . . Maii.it!ix Klilor. . .. N-u Kd.tnr. UNIVERSITY MIHSOIKIAN AS.-OCIATION HniirMiriU.-Ii Kai:i.k ri:it-is. I'ri-Mi-ut. Vak.iis ii:ANr. Strt'tary. riUNcis STi.HAirr, Tp-si-iirrr. ". A. IUi:vi:r J. K. Wiiuaii.-. JiAi:i:r 1). Civ, J.wi.- . Mai. J. 1'.. OlAr-.MllK. OKKICE: lb NOISTII EIiillTII .-TKKKT TELKl'lIUNE '- Entered at the litttlii' :it Columbia. P.-cuutl--la- mail matter S-l'IlSCItllTION l'KICK. Invariably in Ailvancv. lly iluil or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING l'.ATKS ON Arri.lCATIO.V. Address all r-nimiumit-atlnn t CN1VKK.SITY MISMJCKIAN. Columbia. Mo. A BETTER TAXING SYSTEM The gross iiijualif- ineiliciency ami inequality of thj present taxing sys tem is .Missouri is apparent. An amendment proposed to the constitu tion of tlie state for a change in this system ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE Article ;i overusing 1 own is Mailed to Fifty Mis sour: Newspapers. WILL BE PUBLISHED ONCE Ten Inches of Descriptive Heading Tells of Growth of Citv and Countv. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910. COMMERCIAL CLUB SENDS CIRCULAR & W Ten inches of reading matter con cerning Columbia was sent this morn ing by the secretary of the Columbia Commercial club to fifty newspapers in the state, to be published once In each paper. The article is a adver tisement of Columbia, and the pay nient for the insertion was sent in the envelope to each paper. The article follows: Wonderful Growth of Columbia. No other inland town in .Missouri is Krlv"K as rapidly as Columbia. Ton years ago it had live thousam: people while today, counting the stu dents win. attend its various educa tiotial institutions, it has a popula tion bordering close onto l-l,(M)u. No other community in Missouri shows such a wmilerfti! growth. During the last several years, hundreds of thou sands ol dolla...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910. . m A J T 5 j! PAGE FOUR MEMBERS OF SEWING FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING THE LAST CALL! if 1 WHERE THE GOODS ARE ALWAYS THE BEST. WHERE THE PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST. TROXELL'S "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. CLUB TOBE USHERS Six Young Women in White to Assist in Walker-Crews Wedding Tonight. CEREMONY TO BE AT CHURCH Bride and Groom Will Go to Kentucky and Colorado and Return Here. 5H5iSH5SSiSHSi5HSH5H5BSiSeSiSHEESE5B5aSS5BSiH5e5B55S5E51Si5 If You Would look mAix Over, Town S-?,rO . EJ C ;? N A X 1 Pi In a 1 TCi -. 7s' U - lr - - T. s y00sg V A. r-: , ,- x Si oung women in white lingerie anil wearing unite sweet peas will usher at the wedding of Mis Rhoda Crews and Humphrey Marshall Walk er at the Christian church at 7:30 o'dock tonight. The women are mem bers ol a sewing club to which the bude belong-. Thcj are Miss Laura Campbell, Miss Ida Howard, Mi-", Vir ginia Lipscomb, Miss Clair Walker, Mi-s Ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 June 1910

f& URIAN. J' VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THUFSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. NUMBER 190. UNTVE "R QTHP" v fV W7 rf Nd sT-ii -w B W W 1 i-YJULOOV L 0. DEGREES FOB IIEipEoTS Honors Conferred at Sixty- Eighth Annual Commence ment Exercises. RAIN STOPPED MARCH Address on 'The Spirit of the University"" by Chancellor Kirkliuul. The rain that began to liill this inorning just before Hie ceremonies began, caused I be accustomed march nronnil ilie quadrangle to be abandoned at I be sixty-eighth annual commencement exorcises of the Uni versity it .Missouri. Tin procession of candidates lor degrees and facultj members fonneil in tbe corridors of Academic Hall about !':( o'clock ready for tbe march around the campus, but tbe processor was rear ranged into tbe auditorium, rresident Albert IIoss Hill and .Inines lI:iinito:i Kirklaml. of Vnmlcrliilt University, led. In tin auditorium, the fac ulty members tool; seats on the plat form anil the candidates for degree; remained on the ground floor and ip ...

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

miiwp"im i pjarijyajgrr F -v' PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MIS50URIAN THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 19l0 U UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An EveninsDallr by the -ludentsin the .hoolof Journalism at the einvcr-itj oi Mi our: Cosiiov Fl-HFi: .. . IIafi.v E. UiijIm.- Managing Kdm r X.-u- Mlt-T UNIVERSITY MI-sOcKIAX ASSOCIATION (Im-OTixiruii-Ii Kime l'l vi.-jn. I're-nlent Vvu.ii.n 1:u.im -wmurv. Kuancis -TK'iAirr. Iru-nnr -. A. II UVF J V W II HAM- 1Uei: I), di-y. Juu-ii May. J E. I iinoii OI-EICE. I- NOimi KIi.IllH .-1I1EE1 ThLKl'IKXE v, Enteral at the 1'o-tnff.re' jt Columbia. Mo. a--cond-clas- mail itauvr S-CE-CRIPTIO.V l'lULK. .Invariable in Advance 1'. Mull or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING KAIhs ON AITLIIIATIOX AJdre-j all romimmiroti'iii- to UXI VEIC-1TY M I-sOUKIAN. COlumbia. Mo. USEFULNESS AND LONG LIFE. A doctor in St. l.'iuib holu.s out the hope to mankind that any one may live to reach 12u ear?. or even a Kroater mjo. it lie will observe ceitain health rule-, ron-mot-t anions; his siifiKPStions i.s...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 June 1910

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE r I ox-'-iO i::njtami2 -3 -3 iq 'tool tt;!ii303 PLANNING LET us plan with you, as to room changing and new pieces of Furni ture. Come in, talk it over, look around, and see what you really DO need. You'll find that we have a splendid stock of new, durable furniture. We are careful buyers, and w'e have been in the furniture business a good many years, but as yet don't dare to buy from catalogues. May be if you get the import of this you'll realize how badly lost you'll be amid the maze of illustrations and vague descriptive matter of mail order houses. Parker Furniture Co. , D. A. Robnelt, Dr. S. J. Smith, Thos. McHarg. 97S V ll&'.$yH K' Pip?? feJll 4U iT-r'j I 4 SH fc :.;' -Ti-t- s3. l 1 -c-w! ' i . ...? li.siffir'1 liiTT" "1Sfe C. W. FURTNEY. COMPLETE LINE EMERSON FANS IN STOCK. Emerson stands for Pcrfe.tion in the art of Fan making and delivering more breeze for the same amount of electricity than any other make. 712 Bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 June 1910

--i. ..is-. L-MVESTTY MSSOUaAH PAE FOtfR HARVARD PROFESSOR A3SOH 2EC15:C F.EVSRSED IF YOU r 5ccct:-Str-a.-T Cis; W-.j Crrs L' DO NOT A . TJTB 01 BARB BOSS WISH TO i r n r WELCOME to all the Students in the SUMMER TERM. FOOTWEAR drj-ri t 'ci io t tut jMf H. W. Ransom Eoving the- J7f r- -Tic" JL20' ors .-liter 1 eacmnii ... , Civil Engineering. Sparer.- C:zr-. c 3ifl. 7i-r c-r- 1 i"-5rc V2j -' -,J C'""-T -f "3" i WOHEEiG ON A SUBWAY .9 cotoa ?-:r?. T:- He Ears He Would Like to t." J Innie a Little College '-r-: :-.; Sznriz in His Men. , -:"- - T-- ee --i irrcm - t-w- 1 -j v. lot vf i jnirr :i .azorsri :cri- SsTC- or i; - -r-v; --re -. --- tis.: rrv' H-iir W ?- ---"- ,. .. , "..'.. - ZZ- IZ.3.-Z. iSJt Zr ZJz ZZ2.Z 2 'S OI.&.Jij " - - '--r- -j. 1;K zs-r-ur- Tie ;;re C-.r: - TlUiTitXS VCCi. O' lie Z-e"8, C-2. r-l. ir.r-r i-"27. wc:jcci r:v-- ; 7 1 ."-'--.. ' ' ,"J'i---' j- ' .-- - --ir-' ' r m t - . ie-'-r 7 - !. y -TT . ' tfr " ' "- LtfesB5 -T-. I r1 ' "-"" t--'t -A 6- - - " "fc ZJ ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 June 1910

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE FIVE. LOYALTY WORE THAN Tpyou had thb inclination f- AW ABILITY TO " E E MAKDYOUOWN William T. Nardin Tells Al umni What They May Do for University. G IER GRATITUD i '. iTjLIUYAW SHOES ' ' ft yXifer-Ji ' rLMu.. 'Am IT . M UVH . . I . 2 r I Have You Paid Your Subscription yet? We have decided to give a further extension of time on our Special Subscription offer by request of many who say they cannot renew before the 1 0th of June. We Have extended, the time until June 15th Inclusive t And those desiring to take advantage of this offer should do so at once. ,. The Missourian is a live .proposition you need it each 'day. You cant afford to do without it. It is making a bigger and better Columbia, therefore it is of vital importance to your own interests that you take it. The Missourian is an asset on every piece of real estate in Boone County, and, therefore, if you are not a subscriber you are blocking your own inter ests. Send in you...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 June 1910

PAGE SIX UNIVERSITY MiSSOURIAN THURSDAY, JUNE 9. TS'C RE CHEAPEST kT THE tftSftfsgaeMwtejaafeis B in a Sh H g,, rw 39 Sti mm i Hi mw Bl iVIl -411 AW A fe 1 fitf 1 1 J 1 4 IF YOU uv II O NOT WISH TO If " tfr ! d NT THEM AT THE IQQAI I 3.1 s &: j TfQV M. vJ? AlL-de W Summer School Text and Ref erence books at remarkably low II Hill PI rates (new or second-hand.) as & EviiS l v J 'You can Rent second-hand Books and use them ail summer for less than 25 jo of the amount you would pay for new books. TAKE ADVANTAGE of this offer. It will save you 75o of your expected Book expense. You buy books, buy them where the Prices are guaranteed to be the Lowest. BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, AT BED ROCK PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH EVERY SALE. "If you are not pleased with our prices and goods, return your pur chase and get your money w .:- , - This guarantee is as broad as we can make it. WE ARE HERE TO MAKE IT GOOD. Can you find another store Protecting its customers to this ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1910. NUMBER 191. SUMMER STUDENTS BEGIN ENROLLMENT First Day's Registration Reaches 102 by Three O'clock. MANY TEACHERS ARE HERE Fee of $5 From All and Spe cial Deposits in Labra tory Work. Tho corridors of Academic Hall took on the appearance of the busy fall time this morning, when students bc gan their enrollment for the summer session. Students have been coming in for the hummer school for the last two or three days and the registration of the first day has made a good show ing. At 3 o'clock this afternoon 1C2 already had enrolled. Registration for tho summer school is much the same as it is in the fall. Tho student first pays his registration and library fee of $3, fills out a slip giving information as to age, address, etc., and then gets his study card and goes about arranging for his courses through tho various professors. Work in the summer school will be gin tomorrow. But at that time the work for the c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIv'ERSITY MISSOURIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1910. i UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Brenins Daily by- thfj&udemsin the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Goitmx Fi'nn; Harkv E. Hidings ... .Maiincins Eilitor, NV5 Kilitnr. DKIVEESITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (Incorponiteill Kahi.e I'eaiwi.v. rn-Meiit. Vaichx Bi:v.st. xtret-iry. Feancis STLW.urr. Trwi-uri-r. C. A. HARVKT J- K. Wll.1.1 14 Harry D. Otv. Jami i. May. J. E. OiiA-!.orr. OFFICE: lb NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE .V) Entered at the I'otoflice at Columbia. JIu.. as Bocoml-cla.ii wail matter. KUBSCRIITION PRICE. llDTarlablr In Advance. Ily Mall or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING IIATES ON AITI-HAI ION. Address all communlratioiir to UNIVERSITY illssOl'KIAN. Colirnitjla. Mn. ONE ADDRESS AND ANOTHER. The fine address of Chancellor Kirk- land Commencement morning at the University of Missouri will be long re membered by those persons who were privileged to hear it. Its intellectual force, graceful phrasing, a...

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

FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAM PAGE THREE $$. T -t - J"'' . -!' 4 ii. ---i' rrfenL . " V- -.- i j-siv --rtv-N r, j'S',- k-- ,- l ' (I A'iK' -- f -T I JK . -. - - 'I ''. f7'? f;r L''fc- H -. iK?wj2$ -Sr- - ' r " iC--'! H ti X. c-jsi. - I , ,in - . r -". ( - irr . 1 - . ' ' S h i; v-4 w - x " lu )L L-3e? '1 -- .V." vv - r-. M& J?-? K'M, ir xs vs r 4 K- if v.J V w r i- Cx- --s J,T' . - iin,- vrrvrs-i v.fc 3-jVj' o 'd -the lack of Had you xior "i .r -'54i ii She has !cn; ;n:v-.. month's vacation why nor give ii to ha tnb summer? Give her a new Icisc on iife-g-tike her for a month's outing to the L-ikcand Pines of Wisconsin where horseback riding along the pine-hor-dcrcd roadf , silling and boating will add color to her cheeks ancfrcngth to'hcrbodv. An -t f rmir vtot-nt iD '",i ,,. , (,, K-ll, M I .!:. -..J,,,,., :. .;.!li -.;, ....! ,.,..,., l-tal, PLiSdKf L uujdmv wrwib. Li'uvri- -r. - Ji.-:i c c. f arc. i ! tfw i.:iv u 'i t -r..ic : tlic :i K V"l v5 BOSTON TEACHERS P...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910. DUST DIRT TROUBLE WORRY We Do The Work! Take up, Clean and put down your Carpet or Rug in one day. IT IS BEST CHEAPEST SANITARY CONVENIENT Phone 116 DORN & CLONEY CARPET CLEANING DEPARTMENT. Phone 116 PAGE FOUR NO PRICES HIGH YEARS AGO England and America Passed Laws On Subject. WASHINGTON. "The prices of high living are not new," says Con gressman E. T. Hamilton, who hails lrom Michigan. "In the reign of Edward III they passed the Statutes of Laborers, which undertook to regulate wages and prices of food. "In the same reign they undertook to define by law what men should eat and what they should wear. "In the same reign they passed laws against engrossing, forestalling, regrating, and badgering, at which buying and selling at wholesale and holding for a rise was made a crime, and they were repealed in the reign of George III, because they discouraged growth and enhanced prices. "In the reign of Edward IV they tried to define by law '...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 June 1910

FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE FIVE. STATE SONG CONTEST CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI Have You Paid Rules are Out to Govern the Competition tor the .$1,000 Prie. MUST BE IN BY OCT. 31 Money to be Withheld it Work in Not up to Prop er Standard. OFFICIALLY OPE i m i Y our Subscription yet? We have decided to give a further extension of time on our Special Subscription offer by request of many who say they cannot renew before the 1 Oth of June. We Have extended the time until June 1 5th Inclusive And those desiring to take advantage of this offer should do so at once. TheMissourian is a live proposition you need it each day. You can't afford to do without it. It is .making a bigger and -better Columbia, therefore it is of vital importance to your own interests that you take it. The Missourian is an asset on every piece of real estate in Boone County, and, therefore, if you are not a subscriber you are blocking your own inter ests. Send...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 June 1910

i?S PAGE SIX UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 19i0, '. '-tit .11 ARE CHEAPEST A AT THE MISSOURI s D STORE IM r 'i IF YOU NOT WISH TO UY OOKS N T THEM AT THE u rroRE i Summer School Text and Ref erence books at remarkably low rates (new or second-hand.) You can Rent second-hand Books and use them all summer for less than 25 o of the amount you would pay for new hooks. TA A VANTAGE of this offer. It will save you 75lo of your expected Book expense. E MISSOURI STORE. (The New Store Selling Satisfaction.) IF You buy books, buy them where the Prices are guaranteed to be the Lowest. BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, AT BED ROCK PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WITH EVERY SALE. " "If you are not pleased with our prices and goods, return your pur chase and get your money, n This guarantee is as broad as we can make it. WE ARE HERE TO MAKE IT GOOD. Can you find another store Protecting its customers to this extent? THE MISSOURI STORE. "We Sell Cheaper Because We Buy Cheaper." o o IV O...

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