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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 June 1910

57 irniVERSITY MISSOURIAN. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910. VOLUME II. NUMBER 2 00. k GONT RAGTOR OF J. A. M ('Carter Wants $10,- )77."JO lor Fxtra Expense in Court House. FOUNDATION TORN OUT Claims Action of Court De laying Work Was Un necessary. J. A. .Mel 'an or, tin- contractor who built tin Boone county court house two years ago. today filed suit against thi' County of P.oone and tin- judges of the county court, C. C. Turner. S. N. Woods and .1. S. l'.edfonl. ask ing for the sum of ?1H.!I77.17. which lie claims was the extra expense in curred by him due to the action of tin' court in regard to const mot in;.; the court house. The county court re quired him to tear out the first founda tion built tor the court house, claiming that it was not built according to rpeeiiications. and put in a now one. The amount asked is what the plain! ill' claims he spent in making the changes. The suit was received by the cir cuit cb-rlc today. The suit has not been otlicially tiled, a...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 June 1910

TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910. PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evtnlnz Daily by the Student in the S-tliooIof Journalism at the University of Missouri. GOKION FlMILI! Hakky E. lUlil.M.B .MiinaciiiK Editor Neu IMit'ir UNIVERSITY JIISfcOL'KIAX ASSOCIATION " ' Uncoriioralnll Eai-J.e l'tLHiN. rreiMent. Valohs Hkvasi, bttretsiry. Fiu:u:3 simv-uct. Tn-a-urer. C. A. IlARVT.V J. F. Williams IUIiht 1. (lev. Jamls i. May. J. E. ClLViNOFF. OFFICE: Is XOKT1I EHillTH STKEET TELErilONE 05 Emered at the I'ustolEre at Coiuinbla. Mo.. a wconJ-lii53 mail natter. SUIWCKI1TION 1'ltlCE. Invariably la Advance. Hj Mall or Carrier. By carrier, ier year 54-00 By mull, ier year, ?3.00 ADVERTISING KATES OX AITLICATION. &&. 3ia; NiiLal Addrea all romimmlrations to UMVERSITY MlSrfOUIUAX. Columbia. Mo. THE MUSIC TEACHERS. It Is not a frequent experience ' the life of a city of the size of Co lumbia, that of entertaining and being entertained by nil organization of the class of Iho Missou...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 June 1910

TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE WHY VAUNT ONE'S CALLING UfPnMhvnAvc B Mm I ,1 -mmM'Wm I- m' mm 9 A. M. UNTIL 11 A. M. PARASOLS. Another lot of Silk Parasols, in green, white, brown, tan, green stripe, blue stripe, white with black stripes, solid body with green border, tan with brown border and a few embroideried in white, brown and tan. This lot is dQ AA worth up to $3.50 and $4. Wednesday 9 a. m. until 1 1 a. m. only P.UU WASH SUITS. Russian blouse and plain tailored effect in white, tan, brown and cham paigne color, with fancy braid trimming so much in vogue this season, d ? AA Worth up to $12.50 Wednesday 9 a. m. until 1 1 a. m. only, suit..... Mp. VVJ SILK DRESSES. In solid colors and polka dots, greens, brown, tan and black,' handsomely trimmed in braid and lace with the new tunic drape effect, pleated and plain skirts these same values were sold earlier in the season by other stores in Columbia up as high as $25.00. Wednesday 9 a. m. until 11 a..m. $8...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN TUESDAY, JUNE 21. 1910. ENGLISHWOMEN'S CHARTER GIRLS TOURS WORLD FIVE TIMES PAGE FOUR Its Aim to Improve the Financial Con dition of Wives and Daughters. "There are large numbers of mar ried women actively engaged in cook ing, washing, cleaning, and mending who are both overworked and under remunerated for the heavy labor they perioral. These women undoubtedly earn their livelihood by their own exertions. We see, however, today thousands of women who have no young children, who do personally no cooking, cleaning, or other manual work, and who nevrthele.-s are living upon the earnings of men. "Women contend that when a man has supported the mother of hi? young children his responsibility for the feeding of adult women ought nor mally to be at an end, and even in this task the Women's Charter seek? to help the husband. It aims to se cure doweries for wives. In the case of a parent dying without a will it gives to every daughter a share of the property equal to th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22, 1910. NUMBER 201. TO DISCUSS ISSUE NEXT TUESDAY Improvement of Water and Light System up to Taxpayers. WEATHER CONTINUES WARM No Rain or Change Until After Thurs day at Least. The weather forecast for Columbia is: "Generally fair tonight and Thurs day; continued warm." The tempera tures today were: 7 a.m.., 73 11 a.m SG S a.m 77 12 noon SG 0 a.m S2 1 p.m S7 10 a.m S4 2 p.m S7 DEAN SHAW WILL SPEAK Council Recommends Meas ure and Will Set Date Later for Election. A public meeting of the citizens of Columbia for the discussion of the water and light system and the propos ed methods for its improvement was called for Tuesday night, June 2S, by the mayor last night at the meeting of the city council. The question of taking action in regard to the proposed improvements was discussed at the meeting last night and it is the inten tion of the council to hear what others have to say in regard to spending ?12."i,O0U. The...

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

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1910. PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ! r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An ETenlnrDailr by the5ttdentsla the School ot Joornallim at the UnWoriitT of Missouri. Goepos Fishf-e Manatrinsr Editor"; HiP.EY E. Ridings Xevr Editor ONrVEBSITY MISSOCRUK ASSOCIATION' (Incorporate!) Ejlem Pfjic-os. I'r-Hent. Vapjbs Bnv.OT. &.-cretary. Fbascu Siewact. Treasurer. C. A. IlAETET J. F. WILLIAM IUrkv D. Guy. James G. May. J. E. CHASSorr. office: is north eighth street TELEPHONE 55 Entered at the Postofice at Columbia. Mo., si Gecond-clAsa mail matter. BCBSCRIPTlOX I'RICE. OnTarlablr In Adrapee. Br Mall or Carrier. By carrier, per year $4.00 By mail, rer year, f 3.00 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. 50&Jii Address all communications to C5IVERSITV MlsSOURIA. Columbia. Mo. A STEP AHEAD AT SEDALIA That was a splendid achievement in Sedalia which culminated last week, when its citizens pledged upward of $53 000 to a Y. M. C. A. building fund. Women of the city served public lunch dai...

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

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE .- TI OF OLDEST I U. MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Opening Announcement Dr. E. A. Allen and Dr. J. K. Scott Will Ketire on Carnegie Fund. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 PROFESSORS RESIGN p THURSDAY SPECIALS. 9 A.M. UNTIL 11 A.M. We place on sale 50 wash skirts white, tan and blue, in the pleated and plain, some are trimmed with large pearl buttons. These skirts are worth $2.00 of anybody's money. Thursday from 9 a. m. until 11 a. m. only 8Qc Be sure to be here at 9 a. m. for they will not last long at this price ALL DAY THURSDAY. 100 pieces all silk persian ribbon, in all colors, floral and pcrsin design, no solid colors but all are fancy ribbons and easily worth 75c and $1.00 a yard. All day Thursday (or until they are gone) yard 39c See the papers for the big list of specials for Saturday, including Muslin and Knit Underwear, Stationery and hand painted Plates and Fruit dishes. Next week is Clearance week on all dresses and ready-to-we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 June 1910

PAGE FOUR UNIVERSIJY MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, l91Q-' t : i : H' I IV i K.i x If 1 -I 10 WIL THS L FARM jNTANEY CO.? More Than 'Four- Hundred Persons Trying for The Prize. WOMEN IN THE MAJORITY Political ' 'Taffy" ' Used on Governor Hadley in Ef fort to Succeed. Somebody will be awarded a five acre farm in Taney county, Missouri, on June CO, in return for presenting the best practical plan for working Jive acres of Missouri soil. The com mittee of awards, selected by Governor Hadley, is made up of B. F. Yoakum, St. Louis, president of the Frisco rail road company; A. T. Nelson, Lebanon, president of the State Board of Agri culture; XormanJ. Coleman, St. Louis, editor of Coleman's Rural World; C. J. Clarke, St. Louis, vice-president of tho Missouri Pacific Railroad com pany; T. C. Wilson, Columbia, secre tary of the State Board of Agriculture. The purpose of the award is to de velop the best system of cultivation that can be applied to a live-acre tract in Missouri. "We have rec...

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

'1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. NUMBER 202. B RECORDS OF CADETS Tl Rules Under Which Men Progress as Ability is Manifested. RKTINE HAS TOP SCORE Conduct of All Exemplary National Guard to Neva da for Two Weeks. Capt. Hcrschel Tupes returned from the rille range at Nevada Tuesday aft ernoon. The twenty-nine cadets who went to Nevada for practice as rillc men all qualified as marksman or bet ter in Course C, prescribed by the tir ing regulations of the War Department for the National Guard. In this course there are seven grades, running from the lowest fourth class, upward to third, second and first and the grades of marksman, sharpshooter and expert. The marksman's course consists of slow lire at 200, 300 and 500 yards. A total of 9S out of a possible 150 is re quired to attain the qualification of marksman. All men who qualify as marksmen with the score of 120 or better pro gress to the sharpshooters' course. This includes slow fire ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOUR1AN THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. 1 4 $ UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Ereninr Dally br the Stadenta in the School ot Journalism at the University of Missouri. HAitr.Y E. Hidings . .News Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN ASSOCIATION (Incorporatvil) Eaele I'kako.t, I'resMent. VACiiii.- Ur.YA.VT, Secretary. Kjuscis HTEWA1.T. Trta-urer. f:.'A. IlAKVKV J. F. WILLIAMS IlABur 1). GfV, Jamks G. Mav. J. E, ClIASNOFF. OFFICE: IK NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE i Entered at the I'ostoffice at Columbia. Mo., as second-class mail matter. BUBSCRIITION TRICE. llnTarlably In Advance. By Mall or Carrier. By carrier, per year $4.00 By mail, icr year, $3.00 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION'. .tfSZUtt,-. SlViS:7 Address all roTrnnunlratloni! to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Columbia. Mo. EVIDENCE OF GROWTH. About the best evidence to he had of the material growth of Columbia just now is the piles of building ma terial which obstruct streets on all sides. A glance along Broadway is especially impress...

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

THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE W" YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY TRADING AT LEVY'S lO A M I 10 Ifm JIM CLEARING SALE 10 60 pair Ladies Turn & Welt, Pal- ' ent. Kid and Gun Metal Oxfords $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 grade .95c ONLY ONLY BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 27TH. WE mean what we sayNo hot air talk for you to part with your dollars but heart to heart talk with you that will save you money when buying your f ootweai the next 10 days D MEN'S LOT 1. 31 Pairs Keith's Patent . Leather 3-cye tie, "Big Hit" Toe Q $3.50 grade hfa0& LOT 2. 34 pairs Keith's & Reid's Tan Calf 4 eye tie high heel and An Qtl arch $3.50 at J)Z.O3 LOT 3. 73 pairs Keith's & Reid's Gun metal cf. High Heel ox. $4.00 q quality at t)Z00 LOT 4. ..90 pairs "Levy's" $4.00 and $4.50 Gun Meal, Stub last. High heel and arch... "The one Best (t- a Bet" of the season tp5.T"0 LOT 5. 108 pairs Douglass Gun Metal and Tan $2.50 and $3.00 Snap- or? py Oxfords at tpJL.OD LOT 6. 82 pairs "Levy's" "Eas...

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

PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. i I ki : i f! DR. BELDEN TALKS OF BALLAD HISTORY Come Down from Primitive Times by Means of Tradition. AUTHOR NEVER KNOWN Represent a Society of Which We Have Little Conception. A ballad is a "narrative song'' was Hie definition given by Dr. Henry Mar vin Uclden, professor of English lan guage and literature in the University at this morning's session of the State Music Teacherjj' association. Popular, in the sen.ee used, would mean those Known and loved by simple folk whose literary cultivation is small. "iiallads are sung, consequently are considered music or poetry," he said. "Poetry may be considered esthetic for its actual value, its origin and literary qualities. They are handed down by oral tradition and are pri marily dissasbociated from books?. Xo author's name has ever been found attached to a ballad. It has a narra tive point, and tells a story which is usually a tragedy. "One main Characteristic of the ballad is th...

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

n m ' s, UOTYERSITY SOURLAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910. NUMBER 203. MIS FELLOWS PLAN TO ERECT BUILDING Present Quarters too Small for Lodge Meetings and Drills. OWN WALNUT STREET LOT Its Location Not Considered the Hest Plans Yet Undecided. The need of a building for Columbia lodge of Odd Follows lias been felt for the last few years, but recently tbe matter lias been given more attention with the giowth and expansion oi the lodge, and it is expected that the plane for a building will be formed before the end of the summer. The lodge now has a membership of 2."0 and the sister lodge, the Robekahs, has a mem bership about the same. The lodge rooms in the lladen building have long since pro .'en to small, and the recent purchase of $1,000 worth of parapher nalia has added to the crowded con dition. The lodge owns a lot at the north west corner or Seventh and Walnut street T0 by 142 feet, which, accord ing to several members, is one ot the best remaining buil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 June 1910

m FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910. PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN 3 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN enty-nine years of age, yet he is still ambitious to have a place in the edu cational activities and responsibilities t MR. DONALD CADY MUSICAL DIRECTOR. Teacher of String, Brass and Wood Wind Instru ments. Special advan tages for Ensemble and Orchestra study. Terms reasonable. Home address 714 MARYLAND PLACE. (OZMENT RESIDENCE.) An ETenlneDall j by the Students In the School of Joumaliim nt the University of Missouri. -Summer of today. Most men, long before they j have reached the age of Mr. P.utler, easily persuade themselves to give up i any purpose in life other than to Hakev E. Kihing :evr Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION 'Ineorporatf.1) Eaelx I'eakkon. l're-Ment. Vaioun Hkyast. s-wreury. Fkacjs Stcwakt. Trw-urer. C. A. Harvey J. F. Wiujajis Hakkv It. Guv. Jamf." G. May. J. E. CnAsNorF. await final orders. A personality of the sort of which Mr. Butler may be taken as representative, is an as...

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

FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY TRADING AT LEVY'S lO A-M- Monday, June 27, GO pair Ladies Turn & Welt, Pat ent, Kid and Gun Metal Oxfords $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 grade .95c 10 10 ONLY ONLY BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 27TH. 1JE mean what we say No hot air talk for you to part with your dollarsbut a " heart to heart talk with you that will save you money when buying your footwear the next 10 days. mm. mm OS D S 4 MEN'S LOT 1. 31 Pairs Keith's Patent Leather 3-eye tic, "Big Hit" Toe 0tyQC $3.50 grade pOt3 LOT 2. 34 pairs Keith's & Reid's Tan Calf 4 eye tie high heel and a qn arch $3.50 at j)03 LOT 3. 73 pairs Keith's & Reid's Gun metal cf. High Heel ox. $4.00 q quality at u)ZOj LOT 4. ..90 pairs "Levy's" $4.00 and $4.50 Gun Metal, Stub last. High heel and arch. .."The one Best a r Bet" of the season j.4-D LOT 5. 108 pairs Douglass Gun Metal and Tan $2.50 and $3.00 Snap- tf, - q py Oxfords at tpJL03 LOT 6. 82 pairs "LeVy's" "Easy ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 June 1910

ml 3 FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910. '" PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ITS UP TO YOU to take advantage of the cut price sale on high class . . . Gent's Furnishings. We just received another shipment of Trouser ' patterns $9.50 and $10.00 values which we will sell during this sale at . . . $7.75 COLUMBIA, MO. High Class Tailors. Up-to-date Haberdashers. I A "Guessing Contest. , The Austin-Conley Jersey Dairy will give away three book.of IS niillc cou pons each to thii first three correct answers to tlib following questions. Make out your guess and mail it to heir address, It. F. I). :!, Columbia, Mo: - ' No. 1. What queen of France never jived in France? No. 2. Why are two buttons put on the back of a man's frock coat? NO. :J. What is the origin of the term, "(iettinj; in a scrape?" No. 4. Who was the gentleman in velvet? No. .". In which of Shakespeare's plays did he allude to America? No. G. Why is Jersey milk better than any other milk?" (Adv.) HERMIT BUILDS OWN CHURCH "Roosevelt in Cairo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1910. NUMBER 204. ILL INVESTIGATE BRIBERY CHARGES Resolutions Adopted in Sen ate Yestcrdsiy to Probe Gore Offer. HOUSE FAVORS THE ACTION Blind Senator Says He Was Asked to Keep Out of Indian Affairs. By United Press. WASHINGTON', Juno 25 Resolu tions for the investigation of the brib ery charges by Senator Gore ol Okla homa were adopted by the Senate tonight. The resolution was intro duced by Senator Hughes of Colorado. It provides that the investigation shall be conducted by five senators. The house followed the lead of the Senate and adopted a similar resolu tion. Senolor Gore said in a speech in the Senate Friday that he had been offered $50,000 to "keep still" in regard to legislation pertaining to the conduct of the business affairs of live Indian tribes of Oklahoma. The bill now in Congress is to change the plan of approving the business action of the Indians, making it necessary to have tue apporval of Con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 June 1910

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, ig10i PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN M UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Brenta Daily by the Students In the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Harry E. Ridings News Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (Incorporate!) Earle I'earsos. President. Vacohs Krvast, Secretary, . Francis Stewart. Treasurer. C. A. IlAnVEY J. F. Williams Uakry 1). tiUY. James U. May. J. E. CKAssorr. OFFICE: 18 NORTH EK1HTII STKEET TELEPHONE 03 Entered at the FostoOice at Columbia. Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. InreriaUr In Advance. By Mail or Carrier. By carrier, per year ?4.00 By mail, rer year, ?3.00 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. Addnts all communications to ONIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Columbia. Mo. PREPARATION FOR UNIVERSITIES The annual Yale report, just issued, makes an interesting comparison be tween the public high schools and the private preparatory schools as feeders for the universities. Despite any pos sible academic preferenco for the lat ter, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOUR1AN SUNDAY. JUNE 2S, 1910. PAGE THREE ',' ;31-MU'jr,;,' i.:i,"w"t ; '!- t ,T'rynr7L-pxrvwynw njim w.iMijuum.l' iU'J'iCT'? T "-'" --L-r u YOU WILL SATE MONEY BY TOADING AT LEVY'S 10 AUG SALE 10 WILL SAVE MONEY BY TRADING AT LEVY'S H ONLY ONLY BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 27TH. V o u 0 I i t B R 10 A. M. MONDAY, JUNE 27th 60 pair Ladies Turn and Welt, Patent, Kid and Gun Metal Oxfords $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 grade, . 95c MEN'S LOT 1. 1 P.n.s Keith's Patent Leather 'tc tir. -Bicj Hit" Tee , n i 5-j0 grade 3)Z.Os3 LOT . :) p.ms Keith's Reid's Tan Calf "4 eyf tie hirjh heel and t0 O tf j,ch $3r.O at tpZ.OO LOT 3. " 73 pain Keith's . Reid's Gun metal n. H.cjh Heel ox. $4.00 q - uality at J).03 LOT 4. J0 pairs "Levy's" $1.00 and $1.50 Cum Metal, Stub Inst. High heel aid aich.. .""The one Best tjtr s - Bet" of the season p5Trt5 LOT 5. I0.S pair; Douglass Gun Metal anil Tan $2'0 and $3.00 Snap- p q .-i py Oxfords at lpLDO LOT G. .-.? pairs "Levy's" "Easy Tee" Kid .. nl Tan ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 June 1910

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, ig1(l PAGE FOUR -- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ' V ft s M. i s i I A, V THE MOST AND FOR THE LEAST PRICE THE BEST Is what we offer, and what crowds our store day after day with a host of satisfied custo mers. They want and get satisfaction here. Compare the quality of our offerings; you'll find them matchless. ftt!u Monday's Sales News is of exceptional bargain interest in earances or cer tain lines combine with new special purchases to make this one of the very best bargain giving days of the entire season. SPECIAL SALE! j;5AJ LJ wj. USB to 8&w ormer price TWO-PECE WASH SUITS $3.00 for our $6.00 Suits. $4.95 lor$7.50and$8.50Suits Twenty-five suits in all and the assortment includes every size on sale Monday. Your money will last twice as long in buying these suits. See the Suits on display in window. TheB ranham-Hinkle Co. FARMER OP TODAY How President Taft Plays Golf. The President is a self-made golfer. He never in his life took a lesson, save in the school of expe...

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