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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

F SHOW YOU EDITION BY C C HOWARD AND W L SIMPSON COLUMBIA MISSOURI WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7i 1910 SECTION THREE UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n NUMBER S67 INTERURBAN RAILROADS TO CENTER IN COLUMBIA RAILROAD ACCOMMODA TIONS ARE EXCELLENT Three Electric Roads Surveyed Through Co lumbia Work to Begin Soon Fu ture Prosperity Assured Columbia is extremely fortunate in having excellent railroad accommoda tions Although reached by branch lines from both the Wabash and the M K and T railroads the volume of business in and out of the city is so great that both roads make especial efforts to give Columbia the best pos sible service Indeed no city on the main line has better railroad accom modations than has Columbia Prospects for 3 Electric Roads In addition to the steam roads Col umbia has prosjiectb of securing thiec electric roads in a short time Sur veys for1 these roads have already been completed and work on one is ex pected to commence this fall The roads are the St Louis and Kansas City d...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

f v- i i 4 r i iih f 4 WIN Is Si -I A 1 T fi til i i ill f i i I 1 li a tip j it ir i KUfeJflH JSWttf rii s hil J t WZ k i PAGE EIGHTEEN IN In Mahogany rJ6 W Largest Dealer In Central Missouri in PIA Organs a MUSICAL a i Taj 9 i no ju itmos 1 0 cash will put a Piano or Organ in your home balance on monthly payments j m e a ppl k a JRBptflj Uprignt Style H Or special importance as it offers for tlie mod- erate price of 550 an Upright Piano witk z tone of large volume and exquisite quality and a perfect action 2c case design too is one j that will appeal to lovers of tKe beautiful I It S is made in figured Mahogany with polished X or dull finish aa may be desired Also Dealer in the Celebrated E3L11CIC AUTOMOBILES r5j I w2r 1 if i tL vbs fi 18350 DEPOSITED IN BANKS FOR EVERY RESIDENT There is 1S30 on deposit in the banks of Columbia for every mau woman and child In the city Of course the account is not in each indi viduals name and maybe some per sons check -would not he good lor one o...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

A I m WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910- -v iVSCTiW t SILVER THREADS COLUMBIA THEATRE FRIDAY SEPT 9th raHH tiWBtaifiMBMa EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING UNIVERSITY MISSOUHIAN mist tells a story showing that Bos ton boys of the street are like all others He overheard a conversation between two youngsters selling news papers Say Harry wats de best way to teach a girl how to swim asked the younger one Dats a cinch First off you puts yer left arm under her waist and you gently takes her left hand Como off shes me sister Aw push her off de dock Cos mopolitan Magazine Gentry Place a Beautiful Residence Section Gentry Place the new residence ad dition to Columbia recently opened up by J X Fellows is selling fast It is located in the heart of the best residence section of the city Every available lot on all sides of the addi tion had been built on before it was platted and offered for sale The property joins the University campus and among its advantages may be named brick paved streets water ligh...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

f hi bM f u ft to fi m uti m W l iI BAQE TWENTY Toth Dress a Mothers BreadT S 3BagsssWilMaMBMaaMWBMaaMBSSsssT rfSX5JST - 1 F TT BPFMMi - i Hfli EMiBSr in ose Interna lonBnrc f nnrk - i XVVMW MMUW1 Carpets and Rugs Then come to uswhen ym Otitic a success we nave had this season in buy ing the right class of stuff in line with fain ions requirements you wont blame ui for inviting you We aim to have everything youre apt to need in a first claw dry good store Prices always right R F ROGERS DRY GOODS STORE SPECIAL to night only M THEATRE x 4400 FEET 4 REELS Nelson Wolgast Fight Pictures The only original and copyrighted Moyinf Pictures of that Great Lightweight Cham pionship Contest fought lait February 224 at Richmond Point California Tke only opportunity you will have of teeisg thii great contest Interesting from the time the referee duces the fighters to the final blow m the 40th round You will see it juJt as it 6c curred at the ringside A Dollar Show CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 25 Ladies Cor...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 r j Groceries -v T j UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN i i in p HSt S ifc f I - 1 1 f 2 for A r ar r We want mQre oi tle flowing business houses at once tl urv t rfi OrinH as k iwL Juni t II Dru A splendid opening for a hotel and resfaantJ We want doctorslaWyers camenters and laborers E Investate This propKsiTicSn If you do you will certainly INET Every purchaser SURE oCTa tt PAGE TWENTY ONE i w a mk r r 1 1 v - i BLAeiLANUDIOiM40MA T A T r - V - IN THE GRETIOSAGE M ATION - Here is one great chance of a life time to taake a BIG INVE3TMENrT with only a few dol lars Buy before the ADVANCE in prices IBuy while you can get he cfioicest lots i Only a few dollars downwaiid Small Mqnthly Payments MAY MAKE YOU RICH This is e last GOOD TOWN TO OPENED IN THE OSAGfeN ATION sir- Shoes Clothiriuiitur Hard s my u lit i t A- ware an Q lICfclV IV I dj rivurii M ruiuL ulio nu im w Blackland with its present i m f 9 railroad advantages togSiefiWtth the prospects of another north and so...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

r f I In II iui i 9 I Wi 18JI it 1 ii I iK lH 1 J H S A t KH i ili it If fl ii t t J H if 3 - 4 s V it I i Hill t 4 T ii ft W1 iU m 1 v PAGE TWENTY TWO i I iy vi rv C COLUMBIA The Columbia Commercial Club be lieves in using pi inters ink to exploit the resources of the town Tor the last j car it has been bending out lit anlfnes w erature broadcast over the state for the purpose of making the people of Mi ouri Know more about the best inland city within the borders of the commonwealth Following are two article which they have had printed in a gr at many newspapeis of the Most Everybody Eats Gentschs Bakery Goods Bread Like Mamma Makes Pies and Cakes Remember we devote our entire time to please our customers and pay careful attention to cakes for se lect occasions PHONE 882 RED 18 N Ninth St Columbia Mo UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN are assured of obtaining pure fresh Drugs rlI 6 H 1 A state Columbia Wonderful Expansion The remarkable growth of Colum bia may be judged by the fact that over a ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 8 September 1910

J UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n RAL OPERATORS I SAY PLEASE Number Formerly Was Only Answer to Tele phone Calls Here IT IS THE CHIEFS ORDER Word Is Said About 12000 Times Daily Moving Causes Trouble Havo you noticed anyone unusually polite in Columbia recently Whether you have noticed it or not please has been said more than 10000 times a day recently where it probably was not said once a few days ago It you havent already noticed the difference take down the telephone re ceiver and note the Number please Every time a call is received at the central office of the Columbia Tele phone company the answer is Num ber please The please part of the operators query has recently been added An order was issued by Miss Ida Potter chief operator calling lor the added bit of politeness on the part of the operators Heretofore the operators simply said Number Is Said Many Times a Day Tho please was used in large cities several years ago but was abolished because it was thought to be a useless wast...

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 September 1910

I- i 11 u I 1 iff PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An KTnlnDil j bT the Stodenu In the School of Journilkm at the BniTenitr of Hlaioaii Bun E Ridings Xewj Editor HHIVIBailY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated Earls Peaesok IieMent V ircus Bryant gwrptarr Frai cis Stewart Treasurer C A Habyby J FWnxiAX Hasjly D Guy Jasb G May J E Chasj off OFFICE 18 NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE 55 Knurtd the Postoffice at Columbia Ho ai second class rnatl matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IiiTarlablrln Advance By Hall or Carrier By carrier per year 1400 By mall per year 1300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION TwoasterUkiC after reading notices Indi cate itwr are paid alienMiiz Addreaa all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAW Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY THE BOND ELECTION Less than three weeks remain be fore the date of the bond flection in Columbia This is a matter which vitally concerns every citizen of thi community In a measure it is the key to Columbias future progress and growth The s...

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 September 1910

i m m 1 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1910 Columbias Newest GROCERYSTORE a The Clean up Grocery RECENTLY OPENED FOR BUSINESS 700 BROADWAY We carry a complete line of Groceries arid invite the patronage of the people of Co lumbia and Boone county EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE IS NEW E W JAMES GROCERY Household Furniture for sale m front of Court House will sell lot of household furniture on Saturday Sept 10th at one oclock We have for sale a lot of almost new goods belonging to a traveling man These goods are nearly new and belong to a first class family No one need fear to buy them they consist in part of Dressers Rockers Carpets Chairs Dishes Tables Beds and Bedding 1 oclock sharp Dont forget SCHWABE BROS Auctioneers THE SCURLOCK TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO CONCRETE WAREHOUSE 1103 PARIS Offer space at moderate rates in private dry and sanitary rooms with very low Insurance enabling the transfer of policy from resi dence Inspection Invited MOVING PACKING SHIPPING by experts proper routing and lowest r...

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

MM 1 If UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN v iff II t 1 H If 4 hi i it I ft hi ii lf Vjli m W VJi i Ik tir f i I m V I sh ttl s Li r t rf 4 THE LADIES STORE DIET FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 481- 481- Proper Foods Quantities and Periods for the Wholesome Daily Regime After the beginning of the third year meat may be given once every day scraped beef beefsteak lamb chops broiled never fried roast beef and lamb and the white meat of chicken Beef and lamb should nevfcr be overcooked rather a trifle fare chicken however should al ways be well cooked Milk This must continue the stand by A quart a day is not too much If not perfectly digested in its unmod ified state it may be prepared in the following way To six ounces of milk add one onuce of cream and three ounces of water Eggs One soft boiled coddled or poached egg may be given every day but it is often wiser to give every other day especially before the age of five years Eggs are a very val uable form of food and it is unfor tunate to create in children a ...

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 September 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN volume n FIRSf MEETING ON M MANAGEMENT Gathering in Cooper County Next Week Only One Ever Held TO SHOW GOOD RESULTS Visitors Will See How Corn Yield Was Increased 85 Bushels The first meeting in the world to demonstrate the beneficial results of proper farm management will be held on a farm near Pleasant Green in Cooper county September 13 It will be held under the direction of the College of Agriculture of the Univer sity of Missouri The meeting will be held on one of the demonstration farms which are conducted over the state by the Col lege of Agriculture The work is un der the direction of the department of farm management which is the first to be established at any univer sity in the country D H Doane is head of the new department The purpose of the meeting is to show the farmers of Missouri and ad joining states that better results can be obtained from their farms by a more intelligent management of them The farm on which the meeting will bo held has been ...

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 September 1910

y a it 4 t 5 PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Kraninx Daily brUin Student In the School of Jonrnallim at taa Hnlrertltr oi Missouri Hajut e KiDtras Newa Editor UMIVZBSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated Eisxr lt President Varih st Secretary Fjia s Treasurer C A Harvey t f William Hum D On I VME8 O Mat I S OFF h - SOUTH EIOHTH 8TREKT 1 1UOXE 55 Entered t li Fostofficu at Columbia Mo i ecoud clau mall matter SUBSCRIPTION FBICB Znrarlablr In Advance Br Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 1400 By mall par yaar 1300 AiHZKRIISEJO RATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks alter reading notices indi cate ther are paid advertising Addreu all commnnlcatlom to UrUVEBSITV MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY HAVE A HOME OF YOUR OWN One of the Hrt things the young man should undertake aftr he is mar ried if he has neglected it up to that time is to acquire a home of his own If you are a wage earner with a iemi lar income get down to a basis of liv ing which will permit a savi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 9 September 1910

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 AIRDOME All Week COMMENCING Monday Sept 5 THE Leighton Stock Co Opening Bill Dolly the Circus Girl Admission 10 and 20 cents POINTS OF FEMININE BEAUTY American Women Come the Nearest to Possessing All Seven What sire the cardinal points of beauty HelUii the noted French etcher de clared the other day that they are forty in number and that Mrs Philip iydig an American society woman posse ses thirty nine of the two score essentials of pulchritude Mr Albert 1 Lucas one of the most distinguished American painters of the nude and of portraits undertook to answer this question for me yester day Mr Lucas who is u pupil of iToiiie and llebert returned not long ago from Paris where his pictures were features of ihe Salon for a num ber cf years His work is represented in the National Gallery at Washing ton and his bust Kcstasp occupies a place of honor in the Metropolitan Museum Incidentally he knows Hel ler wc1 and when I saw him in his ho shed some interesting light ...

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 September 1910

i I- PAGE FOUR Have You Purchased Your CARPETS RUGS YET If not come in and see our line and get prices We Always Sell at Bottom Prices and if you get your Carpets and Rugs here you save money Come in and see us before furnishing your rooms New York Store WHY GIRLS GO ON THE STAGE Sextet Members in Our Gibbs Ad mit They Seek Husbands NEW YORK Sept i Its a queer sort of bridesmad who wouldnt rath er be the bride and the sxtet of Our Miss Gibbs is no exception to this rule These six pretty girls are play ing the part of bridesmaids on the stage because they want to play the part of brides in real life Its not the glamor ot the footlights or the call of the wild that has attracted them to Broadway but the hope of dancing their way into the heart of some nice man with the price of a wedding ring and perhaps a million or so to spare It was Freda Braun the young st of the six who first confessed to han kering after domestic joys Why I came on the stae just to get married she said last even...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

I 1 3 i MANY SAW EXHIBIT IN CAR Display of Tuberculosis Society at Katy Showed Causes and Cures of Disease The car containing exhibits of the causes effects and cures of tubercu losis sent out from St Louis by the Association for the Relief and Control of Tuberculosis in Missouri arrived in Columbia at 1030 yesterday morn ing The car came over 4he Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad from Mo berly where fthad been stationed tlv nv nf ihn Show Yjou Con gress ThtecaTleft St Louis Sep tember G stopping bne day at St Charles aiicftwo days at Moberly The exhioits consist of pictures and statistics The car is divided length wise by awari bn which the pictures statistics and information about the work in the campaign against the disease are placed This wall forms two aisles and the persons visiting the car pass in one line the length of the car on one side and return on the other The car is in the charge of Dr Gustave Tuckermann of Boston He is the only representative of the Mis souri Associ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

as fi r f J PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Am Kraiabnytjy the Btadenfa In the School ol Jomsaliim at the Hnlrenltr of Mluouri DWVXB81TT KISSO0EIAN ASSCKOATION v wj moBted Kaxuc Pxjuoos President Vxtohn Bbtast Secretary jFMkcis STEWAETOmunrer a A Hxrxf a- 3V If Waiiuii HAnx S OUT James a Mat L - J E Ckaikoiv J OFFICE 18 NORTH EIGHTH BTBEET J A UiiATUUtia Utl I 4 the Pastofflcft t Colombia Mo ai aecond claai mall matter f amaamvfimi TRTfBE DUiimuM wi i i - anTarUHiJaAaTkncii BrMair or Carrier Br curler per year By mail par year 400 S300 LARGEST CIRGULATlON i IN BOONE COUNTY T ADVBBTISING BATE3 OK APPLICATION Two asterisks after reading notices Indi cate tharare paid advertising 1 it I AddreM all eommnnlcatlons to FARMER INTERESTED If the statement by S M Jordan ho TWtsRmirl Corn Man to farm ers at Clinton Friday that not one s uBer SRty01 tbie farmers of Missouri rend -the bulletins issued by cultural College is born out by the - i factStiiarewould seem td be little Jiope 1 or the far...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

a fl n m - SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1910 iUU W fi A Modest Request If you please sir said thenew convict addressing the governor of the prison I should like to be put to my own trade Certainly said the stern but kind ly official Ill see that it is done i i THE SCURLQCK TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO CONCRETE WAREHOUSE 1103 PARIS Offer pace at moderate rates In private dry and sanitary rooms with very low Insurance enabling the transfer xf policy from real dence Inspection invited i - - MOVING PACKING SHIPPING --1- by experts proper routing and lowest rates secured by exper fenced party and bill of ladlni returned or mailed consignee Office 111NorthiNInth St Railroad track connection PHONE 72 A Combination Sale Monday Sept 12 1910 We sell everything horses cattle sheep and hogs farming implements Come in and list your stock with us before the books close SCHWABE BROTHERS FJEATHER MATTRESSES A neat folding sanitary mattress made out of your loose tick feather beds No tufting or stitching will not...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

W Br l il m B FAOEFOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN t - - - a ik k - - If M UUUNUIL AFPKUVtU HNMSAT it r w - - r mm mmi mibbUumuuKNbHUW Ir H if I Announcement wer Construction Work It Ordered to Begin in Green who recently announced Three Districts u H N - that he would move to Kansas City v fljf j S and accept a position with the CLAIMINJIJRIES TO HORSE kins Music Company has decided to j t renlain in Coumbia as manaacr the rcC Committee to Adjust Matte t John N Taylor Music Store which his Animal Fell m Ditch J many friends will doubtless be glad to - J West f 0 r earn on Broadway is it w it i - j w If I i f r hi i 1 COMING THE Georgia Minstrels AT Air dome Theatre Monday Tuesday September c 12 13 Prices 50 35c Reserved 25c General Admission Children Half Price Seats in Advance at Hattons Paper Store j Ellon Keys Tribute to Bjornson i As the heavens continues to shine 1 WefltnerstraJ has set as the forest continues to murmur after the storm ness Bjornson possessed those three oualities o...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

ft SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1910 ALL SEVENTH GRADE PUPILS TO JEFFERSON Other Ward Schools Will Have Only First Six Years Work EMALENE BROWN TEACHER Board of Education Makes Payment on New Buildings The seventh grade In Columbia will be taught this fall only in the Jeffer Bon school according to the decision reached Friday night at a meeting of the school board This was the plan that has been under consideration for some time but not until the school board passed favorably upon it was the announcement officially made The other three grade schools the Ben ton Lee and West ward schools will have only six grades and all pupils studying in the seventh grade will go to the Jefferson school The seventh grade will be taught by Miss Emaline Smith and another teacher to be assigned by the board later The different studies will be divided between the two teachers and each will have half the subjects The board authorized the payment of 3S00 to English Brothers the contractors for the two new school ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

jgjHjjaBPMBpW E ffSwSPRwSS m fc m h V Church News Presbyterian Church The Rev C E Hickok will preach the morning service at- the Presby terian church at 1045 oclock today The Sunday school will meet at 945 oclock There will be no evening service or young peoples meeting Methodist Church Ihe Sunday School at the Method ist church will meet at 930 oclock tuia morning The pastor the Rev C M Aker will preach the morning service at 1045 oclock and the even ing service at 730 oclock The Ep worth league will meet at 630 oclock Christian Church - At the Christian church this morn ing the Sunday School will meet at 930 oclock The Rev C E Under wood professor in the Bible College of Missouri will preach tha morning sermon at 1045 oclock and the even ing service at 8 oclock The North side Bible school meets at 3 oclock the Intermediate Endeavor at 1 oclock and the Senior Endeavor at 7 oclock Catholic Church The first mass will be celebrated at the Catholic church at 730 oclock this morning The...

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