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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 August 1910

J m i UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II MRSSALLIEPREW1TT m IN NEW JERSEY Funeral Here Tomorrow bv KevJTM Johnston of Kansas City MEMBER OF OLD FAMILY Heeame 111 of Pneumonia While Visiting Daughter Mrs HMDawes Tin body of Mrs Sallio R Irewitt G2 years old who died at 5 oclock yesterday morning at the home or her daughter Mrs H M Dawes at Monielair X J will arrive hi Colum bia at 7 oclock tomorrow morning The funeral will he held at 10 oclock tomorrow morning at the Baptist church Rev 1 T M Johnson of Kansas City Mrs lrewitts cousin will conduct the service ISurial will be In the Columbia cemetery Mrs Prewitt died of pneumonia af ter a short illness while visiting with her daughter Mrs Jcorge Evans of Columbia a daughter of Mrs Irewitt left last night fcr the Kast to return with the body Mrs Dawes also will accompany the body Mrs Irewitt Is survived by her two daughters Her husband Robert Irewitt formerly of the mercantile linu of Moss and Irewitt died in 1SS0 She was a member of one o...

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 August 1910

r PAGE TWO JNIYERSITY MISSOURIAN a Xrratzz ZxUt St Sm aJni la ihe 3eaoci zi un7 xi2I5V f tj air mvxitarrr jcsrocRuy AifeGcuric VAriiv aTAxr Faa -Tartar Trsuirr A Haitv J 5 uju jiiaT D CC7 ma iU7 OFTICEt i y TH EKHTE Ta2TT TELEPHONE U ttis ritvEri CrliSU Mc M vxficjf rxm Aa jr 33TWUUT to Bz Jtsll cr Career y carrier f er year 400 7 nail er 7ear 3 00 AD7H2TI5I5G SATES G APPLICATION j i To w rf r rn jr - cws LARGEST dRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY DUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES Th s Lait J ar d n t n yari ar arrr of 3iz rhoaarrt ilhppln ff arhT s tructon in PIri n Kncnazt long a people to rom that tonTf4 lor to the Amrlraa ocnipatioTi was a Tasalot at the 5t ml fair h in retort of thf T rtrr rt of Public Irsmirtoi3 at Ma a Jint that i3 not all t w only bcinrirz Thf r4 la artmm the Jhihppira an it rn pro rfnz SrsmKT n to nirrh school r lalf million rnildren Inatrucriorj 2 rot corSr d o irf e Ji ZhfTf hz wtll eci ftti lools of manual traminr oorjt entf rrllfls nurln iprrilfiir d evn flHh rli In ...

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 August 1910

I J a k MONDAY AUGUST 8 1910 TO RESCUE THE DROWNING Expert Gives Valuable Rules to Save Life Quick Action Helps II the drowning man or woman has feense enough to do as the would be rescuer directs then all is well and the liresaver can proceed about the work in a gentlemanly manner by do ing as I have always found it best to do Under those conditions Dont ap proach the drowning one from in front because that gives him a chance to grab you Swim around him until you are behind and then dart at him and aeize him beneath the armpits If you do this in the right way you will have the man pinioned so that it will be impossible for him to throw his arms around you in a death grip and you can hold him up and read water until help arrives or until he is convinced that his danger is over and has recovered his presence of mind sufficiently to make It safe Tor you to take him in hand in the regular swim ming position and tow him ashore Hut if he is beyond reasoning with too scared to do as direc...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 August 1910

PAGE FOUR vou MAY HAVE YOUR CHOICE The Money g The Lot 100 NO CO EDUCATION IN EUROPE Widely Travetd Educator Believes Plan Will be Abandoned in America Co ijiraT on cowing rapids Tsi - pin on -harm ii parents and teachers alike tnd th private school- lor ithfcr bos cr girls cirv ijojmc a rapid gam in popularity Mi Virginia Ie Iride a new member of the Cum mock faculty express d herself She added t a- her roiivirtn 1 at wthn a lew ar even the public of America will have lor c ae h i a alter the filth or grade Mi s Iride i a Virginian and a de scendent of Gen Hoberi V She has taught in private- schools in South Ainca going th r tweatj ea- ago to take charge a school in a ut vvliich h n crot Bo r at the tiJu - oi war Although h r work oeeup d r n world Mi inde ha- kept up with educational and ha- made Ihe trip- to Kuope and Albert a to be constantly la touh with la plan- for ta nu and conda ting schools Ipon to of the- trips Every Columbia hou ev if CASH We will give above amount in CA...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 August 1910

3 1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II I WO STUD THAN ENTS MORE YEARS OLD Both Are Women -One Says Rirthday Too Far Back to Remember 576 ENROLLED 286 MEN In Summer Session Here Many Teachers Some Bring Families Two women more than o years old are students in the summer session of the University of Missouri There are tuvnty seven students between -10 and 10 years old One woman student shes a miss evidently is particular about telling her aye On the entrance cards which each student must till out and tile with the registrar of the University is a question as to date of birth Too far back to remember this woman student wrote in answer to the question what was the date of your birth 286 Men and 290 Women The number of men and women in the summer session is almost equally divided There are 2S0 men and 2M women And the same equal division of numbers is found in all clas sifications as to age Of the students between 40 and years old fourteen are men and thir teen women of those between 0 and ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 August 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An KTtolncDaiir bf tb Student in the School of Journiliim at lie Hnirenitr of Hijtouri HilEV E Rjoikci Jew- Edifir DMIVXHSI1Y MISSOURIAX ASSOCIA1IOS Inconrit l Eaelk Peak IT Merit ViKHS BKYAr r s Trtarr Fka ncis 6itii T 1 C A Hakvkv K Wiuiaiis HiKhV V CT Jamks U May J E OFFICE Is NORTH EHiHlH STREET TELEPHONED 8mrd t the Postolrk at Columbia Ho at call cmaer 8CBSCKIITJON PRICE iDTariatly la Advance Br Mail or Carrier By carrier per year S400 By mail per year 200 AUVERTISIXQ RATEd ON APPLICATION Two acb riski K afir raln notice i i rate tiiey ari idil advertising IddrtM all conmuiiications to UNIVERSITY UISsOURUN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY SUPPOSE Just now the booster spirit is quite manifest in Columbia Strong eifort is being put forth to devise means to attract the attention of Missouri to Columbia and to bring new citiens here Recently prizes were awarded in a competition for an appropriate slo gan for the city and more recently ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 August 1910

4 I TUESDAY AUGUST 9 1910 Its Worth ing nearly twenty years parochial ex perience in that neighborhood I have never heard it suggested that they were physically any the worse for it The sensation of cold is a natural physical call for exercise and only in tensities to one of pain when the cal is neglected or opportunity does not permit its being attended to and just as exercise by becoming customary lessens in the degree ol fatigue pro duced so the sensation ot cold by be coming habitual comes to be so much less felt that it gets ignored Week End London When you think of insurance think of FOUNTAIN UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN While to visit biif Hardware Store and see the big bargains we are offer ing daily Our Entire Stock is New and we have every article mark ed in plain figures All We Ask is a Trial and we ark quite sure you will be a permanent customer Before placing that Paint order be sure to inspect our line and get prices Well save you money Paynes Hardware Store WELL WHATS THE US...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 August 1910

PAGE FOUR ONLY 100 CASH COLUMBIA H 1 SCHUMACHER THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO of NEW YORK J W GORDON Aent Room 304 Exchargt National Bank Bldg 13th ANNUAL OLD SETTLERS REUNION BASKETMNNER at COURT HOUSE in COLUMBIA Wednesday Aug 10 1910 DAYS MORE BEFORE THE LOT DRAWING TAKES PLACE Get all the chances you can they cost you nothing yet they are worth money A CHANCE WITH EVERY 50c PURCHASE SHOULD THE WINNER PREFER IT INSTEAD OF TAKING THE LOT WISE CASH GROCER MISSOURI DEWERTHERN THE UP-TO-DATE JEWELER is now located at J V Penns Drug Store 902 East Broadway with the same complete line of Jew elry Watches Cut Glass fine China and Plated goods that he has always carried On The Submarine Frank It Stockton n complimiiT to ships likened zw ice to an old YOUNGEST GIRL SKIPPER the cleanlmc o Awncan naval Little Miss Morgan Handles Own Cat- Itol boat With Skill XIIWIORT The J jountre t Danger in Neglect of Whooping Cough In connection with the weekly day Health Officer Woodward has tak n occa...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 August 1910

house UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n OLD SETTLERS AT COURTHOUSE TODAY Society Favors Establishment of Museum for Relics of Countv ROBERTS AGAIN PRESIDENT Dean Walter Williams Spoke on the Roods Lick Road This Morning The thirteenth annual meeting of About 2 persons were ent The meeting was presided over by the president Judge F Koberts of Hallsville ludge Holierts was re elected president for next year The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary 1 11 Itice Many new members were admitted to the association II It Jrice 11 II Smith and 11 F Williamson were appointed a commit tee to ask the county court for a room in the court house to hi used as a county museum the matter be taken before the court was made by Tliomas Carter of Stur geon and was carried unanimously Next Years Officers Officers for next year were elected at the morning session Thomas Car ter was nominated for president but declined as he was too young Then Judge W F Koberts of Hallsville was re elected The...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 August 1910

PAGE TWO a -a--a ja n -e UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN - raidib Ajrk JcorTiumMttHuTeritrciu cr i More and or- he AE rfn n z frrr r hers lf for taking care of HiiKT E lilM Wifl l cat iter Jfi tiii at EdiVir QiIVZalY MleeoUHUX AaeoOATICX FAJUI Pr ViijH fcfi C A HRTn J F W if inns HihZi l icsr Jtij Mat J E OFFHE hPitilH HKESI Kcurad at lt Poevy fct tnlatnbta Jfo ECBSC RITIOS PKICi By carrier per year 400 By mall per year tu09 zj iz f c Linu 1 to CHIVJUtsITi aiOCRL V ictla Mo THROUGH A CARDINALS EYE greedy for inorr and seems to have enough to his desire- It U the same with and so j on down the line according to th Cardinal Th COMPARISON IN TRAINING Is the servant problem that never ending source of bitterness to women the world over a blessing in disguise At any rate it may not be the unmivd evil it looks for it is declared that owing partly to the special acuteiiess of the problem here women are more practically educated particularly in household matters in America than are English women That...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 10 August 1910

I J A WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1910 ONLY 16 DAYS MORE BEFORE THE LOT DRAWING TAKES PLACE Get all the chances you can they cost you nothing yet they are worth money A CHANCE WITH EVERY 50c PURCHASE tlflfl PAQH SH0ULD THE WINNER PREFER IT piUU tAOn INSTEAD OF TAKING THE LOT WISE COLUMBIA ORW RECOVER PHYSICIANS BELIEVE Continued from Page 1 raised his hands to his ears and with his faro contorted with ain lie stag gered in a dae and leaned limply across the ships rail until Ailanison came to his assistance Then some one drew a steamer chair to his side and in this the Mayor sank with re lief A few minutes later he was re moved to a stateroom where the ships surgeons temporarily bandaged the wound preparatory to his removal to St Marys Hospital Unfits Caynor a son -was the only member of the Mayors family present uion he was shot His wife and other children were at the laynor country place at St lames L I When Mrs Caynor was notliied by telephone or the tragedy she made a spectacular run in ...

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

PAGE FOUR HISTORICALSOCIETY WANTS Mites Y A Sampson Sef retary Ir s More- Persons to Join YEARLY FEE IS ONLY SI Works of Mark Twain and Eugene Field Part of Large Collection F A Hap on rr ary o tne state Histomal Society of Mi ouri was one oi the at last assembly of tin- summer s ion of w University of M oin and m hi- r minutes talk urcr d the teachers and other present to m ib r of the historua Tliere are ii in Mis souri who pay S a K honor of b onin to tn Virginia aid Mr Sampson and the memb rshp for our -of l ty is only a nominal -- of one dollar Th mejnbr a quarterly re the tost of h h mor than a dol lar Has Rooms at University In ority was oriraiiizfd and a lat r it wa incomporatei ami mad tru ie for -tat and olllcia historual -or k y iloom were ilk d to oi rliowin 1- vjh but c ec iion may ind hre Has Old Missouri Newspaper Mdh of the most lauable books are l ept a case- Some 01 these are or r jf put in terms 01 money Touchstone of 1501 an A rogTsph of liaron Gilbert in one of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 August 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAN VOLUME II UNIVERSITY AT L IIS CONGRESS Films to be Sent to Picture Shows Will be Shown at Moberly EXHIBIT FROM HERE TOO Boone County Should Make Best Showing Is Said at Lunch Today The views of the University of Mis souri to he sent by the Commercial club to the moving picture shows in the state will be shown first at Mo berly every night of the Show You Congress according to plans of the club as announced by E is Cauthorn secretary of the club at the regular Thursday lunch at tho Leighton cafe at noon today The congress is to be held September 7 S and 9 A prize of 200 has been offered for the county which sends the best industrial exhibit to Moberly It was urged by Mr Cauthorn and by E W Stephens president of the club that Hoone county win the 200 prize For a Boone County Day Every concern in Columbia that makes anything and every farmer in Boone county who grows anything should help to win that prize for Boone county said Mr Cauthorn We want to have a Uoone ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 August 1910

PAGE TWO 7 f IKHVERSITY MFQOT IRIAN 11 W JU wwV w Ab Ertatnx DHt br the ftadena m th Schooled JoerDMlitm at Lfce HsiTerEtr of SIiioon HXKET E SlBVIVS Stws U1JIYIESITT MISSOCPIAX ASSOCIATION Isconorau i EAELX Peabos lTrfl PeaOs SZLViZT TiBarrtr a A Hietet F IVjludo Haesy D Grr Jaxej Ci Hat J E CBAH OFF OFFICE Is NORTH EKHTH sTiET TELEPHONE Co Be1i1 ftt the Povc t Coci Mo iecona ci ciu raauer SCESCRUTION PKICE By carrier per year By mall psr year Addra i eouca z so csrvEESiiv MiiSorJA ccti iio LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY to the cowardly and despicable at ac yond that of the danger which a a times threatens public men Yet T a danger which must be as u u which is unavoidable There w way of fathoming the mind o - c and thwarting his ptr -Americas tribute to his u geance for imaginary wrongs ha- r a heavy one in the last America and the world at large wii hope and pray that the lite oi Ms vol Gaynor may be spared to carry on the work of civic reform for which he La shown himself s...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 August 1910

W 1 I THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1910 ONLY 15 DAYS MORE BEFORE THE LOT DRAWING TAKES PLACE Get all the chances you can they cost you nothing yet they are worth money A CHANCE WITH EVERY 50c PURCHASE 10ft tAOn SH0ULD THE WINNER PRER IT INSTEAD OF TAKiNr thf hit WISE rgglTTIIWIiZJT COLUMBIA ilirfiJ JTiTrffil RUSSIAN WOMEN IN PRISON eaeii other but with the sacred word bl comrade and my dear one CASH GROCER MISSOURI Many vocational courses including Bookkeeping Business Forms Typewriting Shorthand Geography of Commerce His tory of Industries Manual Training Wood Work Pottery Lathe Work Forge Work Mechanical Drawing Raffia Do mestic Art Agriculture Gardening Four years of work and study in Drawing Painting Etch ing Hammered Brass and other hand work in Art also three years of Art Study in designated texts Five years in Music inclucVng Sight Reading Individual Lessons Chorus Work Harmony Counterpoint Orchestration History of Music etc Many forms of Physical Education including Gymnasium Work Pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 August 1910

PAGE FOUR CLASSIFIED ADS j FOR SALE OR RENT 1322 Keiser Avenue Vory desirable 7 roomed house modern throughout Solid oak finish and hardwood floors down stairs Good granitoid basement Apply to X D Evans Phone GTO WAXTED SECOXD HAXD FUR niture at a bargain -Phone Hoard and room for li per month at COT Hickman Avenue A modern new house three blocks from Broad way KOI REXT OK SAUC AT 110i Bass Avenue modern house large re ception hall and nine rooms now granitoid basement Phone Sn Black or 7 Ilack I OK SALE 2 POLISHED OAK dining tables l inches siiuare A cook stove and dishes Everything new Call at Go I Conlcy or telephone s i Hack HOUSEHOLD FURXITURE FOR sale Aug J 10 and 11 Go7 Sanford St IOlt SAM- AS 1 AM HURRIEDLY leaving town I wish to sell my house hold goods which arc almost new For particulars call at 1002 University av enue or telephone 7r7 Kcd for sale- leaving town NiC Gleeii HOUSEHOLD GOODS Call GOG Sanford Place REAL ESTATE Is Moving And ils troitig to move more We have a ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 August 1910

A- 1 THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1910 1L LEARN MANY THIS ABOUT CI Experiments With Boone County White at College of Agriculture CAREFUL RECORDS KEPT Relation Between Color ol Silk and of Grain One of Things Sought What is the relation between the color of the corn silk and the color of the grains of corn Why does one variety of corn have broad grains and another narrow and does the shape influence the yield Why do some grains of corn have big germs and others small These are some of the questions for which the College of Agriculture at the University of Missouri is seek ing the answer The experiments be ing carried on to find out these an swers are known as the Adams experi ments taking their name from the source of the money to pay for them the Adams Fund of the United States government for scientific research The experiments arc in charge of K H Dcmarce instructor in agronomy Many details of the corn arc care fully kept in this work This spring the variety chosen for experiment was the Hoo...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 August 1910

PAGE SIX THE PALACE OF SWEETS The Best Cleanest and most up-to-date Confectionery for La dies and Gents will open for bu siness Saturday August 13 With a large line of Fresh Home Made Candies the best Ice Cream and Fruit Ices in the City Fancy drinks of all kinds served LOWNEYS CHOCOLATES put up in fancy boxes BAND CONCERT AT 2 P M CUT FLOWERS FREE TO THE LADIES Will pull taffy at 3 oclock P M Everybody come and get a sample Ice Cream and Candies delivered free PALACE OF SWEETS CORNER OF NINTH BROADWAY PHONE 359 Morality and Beauty class is deprived ol beauty altogether So many people think ft they have It is more beauty we want and less an ill fitting ilr ss eat a liailly cooked lnxurj Koruni dinner anil lnve no ravishment in - the clean sweet uses ol the senses j Too Near they are leading a moral life It is j Mrs Howard Do come to see me a profound depth of immorality to he j soon I live right around the corner able to live without buuty and per- I ron your house haps the most tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 August 1910

1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJNL VOLUME n TRIES TO COLLECT B T FINOS BEER TenantTack Thorpe Says He Gathers Empties to Send to Brewery THREE CASES WERE FULL He Is Xow on Parole ior Violation of Local Op tion Law Three cases of beer shipped from Jefferson City and Sedalia were found in a store room at the corner of Sixth and Walnut street yesterday morning used for storing empty beer and whisky bottles and kegs The room is rented by Jack Thorpe from J M Batterton The cases of beer were found by Mr Batterton when he went to collect the rent for the building The rent had not been paid for some time and Mr Batterton could not And Thorpe at home Yesterday morning when he went to see him the building was locked and to make certain that the building was occupied he pryed the door open He found no one within but when he saw a barrel full of empty bottles and several piles of them on the floor he went to the court house and told H D Murry in the office of the prosecuting attorney and ViIson Hall sh...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 August 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN In Xrnlnx Daily b the Student in the School of Journaliio at the Hniveriitr oi MUioari Habfy E Rjdikgs Jfevre Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOCRIAX ASSOCIATION Incorporated EARLr Pfap on President Vavghn Bryant Francis iTEWAET Treasurer C A Hakvey Haeey D Gcy G May J E ChasNoff OFFICE H NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE 55 Enured t the PoitoSce at Columbia Mo ai fecond cIa3 mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE iDTariably in Advance Br 1UU or Oarrier Bv carrier ner year M00 By mail per year ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Two atri ki af T realms noc indi cate they are iiai i ad Lddreti all communications to UNIVERSITY MISOCRIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY COFFEE HABIT DECREASING To the average man or woman cof fee is coffee But there are those who always have their order filled after a certain blend and who feel that they are in a measure connoisseurs Gov ernment statistics go to prove that very little of the coffee with which the average man is serve...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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