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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

1 1 WSyR4tilnty tygpapt SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1910 BG DARK COLORS ABSORB HEAT Smoky Buildings Raise the Tempera ture About Ten Degrees August has been very hot and very dry said District Forecaster David Cuthbertson but ople would not t have been nearly so -hot il Chicago had been cleaner This icnnfte nuisance 13 responsi ble forTnany things -not least anlong ttnm holng thft CTtrcmc TornpcretM oc from which we have suffered in many days of August while indoors What I mean is just this White or rays Black or -dark colors absorb 1 them Many of the Jarge braidings Kahn Tailored Clothes awBJ SEyyrfs white Chicago fer less in Chicago are constructed ofe white In the summer itundoribtedlyfpays to buildings or else abate the smoke nui sance So far asthe temperature alone is concerned it would be better to wash the buildings because having them dark in the winter time dirty from smoke is an advantage The dark walls absorb the heat and modify the extreme temperatures of the frost sea son Justi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 11 September 1910

BIB Irl - I r N i I ft i ii IS v3t iw 5 tJ - 3 nyTTWosrosr t w vri vjBm l flwciJfrir3SMVJM flWTi 3 KJAjsr w MJBJ ajK yjT ntaggtLEagPgfijHiflpassgia3gMW aifcirKWM5isTiEF r il - - -- ----- s Br 5 VH l iWi TEE TOPV 8Sr B5Kaffi T7tWE J KWBTi IK f V t4 J I t - PGE EIGHT SCHOOL SHOES - i 481- SCHOOL TELEPHONE THEM The Columbia Telephone Company has just com pleted another long distance copper circuit making seven circuits the company has connecting Columbia through both Bell and Independent lines with every point in the country having telephone service so that the people of Columbia can talk from the tele phones in their own houses to practically any point within a few hundred miles and get good service at very moderate message fee TRY IT The New Style The chicken drama appears to be starting with this Chantecler Yes its success is egging other au tnors on Baltimore American The special rate of one dollar for the Missourian until Jan 1 1911 is still in effect Many have taken ad s jantago ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 September 1910

1ft Id l an volume n J 1 S0F IOWA BAY BE1SISTAMT COACH Former Football Star to Help Bill Hbllenbach It Is Said ALSO TRAIN TRACK TEAM Prof Manly May be Business Manager Curators to Meet Today T E Jones a graduate of the Iowa State Teachers College may he an assistant football coach at the Uni versity of Missouri this fall it Is said The Board oL Curators are In session in Jefferson City this afternoon and it is said unofficially that Mr Jones is to be appointed - Mr Jones also will be track coach and probably will coach the basket ball team if he is appointed to the po sition He will do a part of the work done by both Guy S Lowman and Dr W J Monilaw Mr Jones played end and back field positions on the Iowa State College team and was chosen on the All Iowa team three years He has been direc tor of physical training in the pub lic schools at Madison Iowa Prof W G Manly it is also said unofficially may be given the position of business manager of athletics He has been secretary of the at...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 September 1910

f I r 9K I ft as ft f If R I k PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Cranlac Dally by the Students In the School ol JesroaUun at the Hnlrenitr of Miuouri UinVB8ITTMI8SOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated Eaeik Pbaesojj President Vauohn Beyajtt Secretarx Kbakcb Btkwabt Treasurer A Habvzt J F TOrauu Haw D Qut James Q Mat J E CBASOFT OFFICE 18 NOBmEIGHIH BXREET j TELEPHONE 56 SnUred at the Postoffice at Columbia Mo as second daw mall matter 8DBSCR1PTIONPRICE 3nTrIbly in Advance By Mall or Carrier By carrier per year- H 00 By mall ptr yar 1300 ADVERTISING BATEB ON APPLICATION Two asterisks after reading notices indi cate they are raid advertising Atdreti all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOUBtAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY Cherry is another street that should be paved this year It looks like an enrollment or 3 000 at the University of Missouri Thats going some Another good motto for a good town Is Columbias Tho City And em phasize the word the to make the motto sound just r...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 September 1910

t - I Ti rt4 i W - JJT fTv j i 1 TVKfiWIti TW I J 1 tr MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 C We have no fear of the proposed State Drug Inspection because our Drugs Chemicals Pat ents and Proprietaries are all new and fresh TRY US TOILET SUNDRIES are a specialty with us and we have tried to meet the ever increasing demand by submitting for your inspection the largest and most complete assortment of toilet requisites to be found anywhere Try us MAGAZINES and POST CARDS are a new feature having but recently been added to our stock but we will carry all the latest publications and newest de signs in Post Cards Try us KODAKS and SUPPLIES are another new line for us but the well known ANSCO line speaks for itself Try us Our Pill Contest is still running full blast See the Prizes in our Windoros PENN S PHARMACY Odd Fellows Notice On Monday night the initiatory de gree will be conferred and the new paraphernalia used for the first time AH members are requested to plan to attend this meeting beginning...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 September 1910

a r IT- 9 w SI r ii r Bf Si Zfc Ifr I- t PAGE FOUR t FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT 1 block from campus Men students preferred 703 Hitt street FOR SALE 6 YEAR OLD BAY horse 14 hands high city broke Also buggy and harness Apply 609 N 7th WANTED BY TWO UNIVERSITY girls a room in a quiet family Mail address to X care of Missourian We will call and see rooms FOR RENT ONE LARGE NICE room on Broadway for music art studio or office Apply to Dr J A Miller WANTED 100 OLD FEATHER beds We pay the highest cash price for old feathers Send postal to American Feather Co West End Ho tel Phone 002 Black Will call at house FOR RENT TWO FRONT OF fices in Exchange National Bank Building J A STEWART Room 205 Exchange Bank BIdg FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT at 105 South Sixth St HELP WANTED A YOUNG GIRL white preferred Apply after Sep tember 14 at 513 Rollins St Jonas Viles FOR SALE CITY BROKE HORSE harness and new rubber tire runabout F B Tumy 703 W Broadway FOR RENT AT 513 SOUTH 6TH St 2 room suite nicely furnish...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 September 1910

u Si ft i V m k I r J I 1 MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1910 9 kJL J 1 urday Sept 17th j - i - -- - w - JOB PRINTING We can handle all kinds of Job work guarantee you satis faction and will deliver work promptly A new job press being installed now that will en able us to give you low prices on Posters Pamphlets Books Q Fine Job Printing of all fcfWa in Dance Programs Calling Cards Neat Stationer Columbia Missouri Herald i m - I 1 8 Houses and Lots AT Public Auction Monday Sept 26 Having just completed six modern residences in different parts of Columbia I will offer these and several others for sale at public auction on Monday September 26 These houses will be sold under property has ever been sold in der the most liberal terms That any Columbia Terms down in 12 months V in 30 months in 48 months for a home and the property is These terms gives four years to pay sure to be worth more at the end of four years than it was the day you bought it These houses 18 in all rangingfrom 3 to 12 rooms th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 September 1910

if r N t 1E f I t f 1 t fcfif w b w w u i i PAGE 8IX MUSIC STEPHENS COLLEGE offers the people of Colombia the BEST IN MUSIC AND ART MISS EDITH CHAM head of the Violin department has just returned from abroad where she studied four years under the great masters includ ing Sevick the world famed Bohemian We solicit local patronage Apply at office Thursday and Friday H N QUISENBERRY Pres WHY CHAMP CLARK JR COMES The Democratic House Leader Tells of His Faith in Missouri U In his speech on Imperial Mis souri at the Show You Congress at Moberly last week Representative Champ Clark told why ne sends his sou Champ Clark Jr to the Univer sity of Missouri Mr Claik baid there were many excellent educational in stitutions near Washington where his family lives the greater part of the school year but gave the following reasons why ho choso Missouri in stead I did it said he for thre3 rea sons 1 Because the University of Missourinow ranks hiu anions the educational institutions of America is gro...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 September 1910

u - - h y 1 - f i IS i UNIVERSITY volume n BIGGEST YEAR FOR PUBLIC SCHOO LS Already 312 Have Entered Columbia High School 200 More Maybe IN THE GRADES 863 This Is a Large Increase Over the Enrollment Last Year More students already have enrolled in the Columbia high school this year than were ever enrolled in the en tire school year here before The number who entered the high school yesterday and today is 312 It is ex pected that between 200 and 300 more students will enter the high school before the close of the session In the grade schools 865 have en rolled This is an increase over last year There are 328 in the negro grade schools and thirty four in the negro high school One room of the seventh grade will be taught in the new ward school on West Broadway the Grant School It had been planned to teach all of the seventh grade in the JefTerson school but because of the unexpected large enrollment it has been necessary to send one room of this grade to the other building The number ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 September 1910

MP I K U r sa ft I f if- 1 1 rj PAGE TWO jSxB V 9 f - if- v y - rf y v UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN As SrmlnzDallr by the Students In the School of Jonmaliam a the Bnlverjity of Missouri xaavxasar association Incorporated Kablk Pjimi ov President Vaughn BiVvvr Secretary TMlXCU Stlhtalt Treasurer C A HXBVBT J F WlIAIAXS Haasr p Got JaifaG May J E ClIAJOJT OFFICE lb SOUTH EIGHTH 8TKEET Knterad at the Iostcffico at Columbia Ho r mall matter it r SUBSCRIPTION PEICB Inrarlably In Advance Br Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 Br mall per year 1300 ADVXBTIBINQ BATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks after reading notices Indi cate ther are paid advertising Address all communications to TJHIVEBSITY MISSOUBIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION UH BOONE COUNTT HARMONY THE BEST POLICY Indications ioint to an enrollment at the University of Missouri of more than 3000 students during the school year There will be at least a consid erable increase beyond tho enroll ment of last year The enrollment of last...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 September 1910

sbssssm mi i m i hi mi miii mi mlt v - iSHljPa I - i r t TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 ENGAGEMENT RINGS A S a toen of affection and a seal to an engagement there is nothing to equal a Solitaire Diamond Ring During our long business career Be have supplied hundreds of happy couples Tsith Tiiamond engagement rings At present we are supplying more rings to Columbia and Boone county people than ever before We have a display that cannot be equalled in size color and mountings quality and price considered and they await your inspection HENNINGERS COLUMBIANS ARE LOST Remove the guise and find these prominent people and places We are gong to make the first person who sends in the correct answer a present of the Missourian for one year Send your answers to The Art Printer- 10A X Sth St 1 What store in Columbia reminds you of a river and why 2 What institution in Columbia cannot be purchased although it has a price S Give ths surname of a profes sional man in Columbia which reminds you of a coal ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 September 1910

tM i l i tt H He m n li t t fe Sl Ji ji t 1ST IP t V i r 4 5 PAGE FOUR Want Advertisements WANTED A GOOD LIVE LOCAL Representative for the Underwood Typewriter Company in Columbia One who wants to make Fifty or Sixty Dollars per month by doing a little hustling References required Address H P Bryant Dist Mgr Marshall Mo REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND RENTAL LIST FOR SALE One 5 room and one 3 v room house on corner lot close in and very desirable 1100 Will han dle balance like rent FOR RENT Modern 4 room house close in 20 8 room house near University fine for students ALBA T FOUNTAIN REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 911A roadway WHEN THEY KILL THt UMPIRE Analysis of Motives of Partisipants in This Distinctively American Sport According to bleacher law there are three particularly justifiable motives for doing away with umpires An um pire may be killed first if he sees fit to adhere to the rules and make a de cision against the home team at a close point in the game Secondly an umpire may be kille...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 September 1910

Hf I- f U TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 1 LI T- Our Special JOB PRINTING We can handle all kinds of Job work guarantee you satis faction and will deliver work promptly A new Job Press being installed now that will en able us to give you low prices on Posters Pamphlets Books Fine Job Printing of all kinds in Dance Programs Calling Cards Neat Stationery Columbia Missouri Herald s w sew King Edward Actors True Friend Very lew actors ever realize what a great friend and champion the the atrical profession possessed in the late King Edward It is because of him alone that the profession today can boast of its high social standing Fifty years ago the actor was looked down on and scoffed at as a strolling mountebank mummer and if he re mained long in- a village he was ar rested as a vagrant Stage folk were not invited and sought after as they are today and the change all came about through Edward Prince of Wales He visited the theater almost ievery night and invited them to Marl borough House A...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 September 1910

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Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 September 1910

m tj K m - i y u i v t B IB err MMWJjnBilFTTO BOTH PARIS 1 L SUPPORT MILL TAX Planks in Platform of the Re publicans and Democrats at Jefferson City FOR SEPARATE FUND Aid in Campaign to Put Sup port of University on Safe Basis The mill tax amendment to the state constitution providing for a per manent support for the University of Missouri has been endorsed by both the Democratic and Republican par ties In Missouri according to a tele phone message -from Jefferson City this afternoon Resolutions approving the perma nent support for the University were adopted by state committees of both parties which are In session today and planks wens included in both plat forms approving the amendment The complete platforms of the two par ties were given out by the conven tions at 9 oclock this morning The part of the platform concerning the University support is as follows We declare ounelves in favor of public education and adequate appro priations for the support of all de partments of our edu...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 September 1910

m il 1 t f i feia Pr i I W 7KWajBBgaageaMBa i PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN - - - i As Kreniiw Daily by the Students In the School of Jcmnmtotmn the Hnlrenttr o Mtotoarl WlVUffliTT HBSOOEIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated Eaxls Pbabsos President Vacohn Bryat Secretary Fxitfcia Stiwaet Treasurer C JL Hastst J F Williams Habit D Got Jajces G May J B Chassoft etncs is north eighth bteket TELEPHONE 55 at the PosloCBce at Columbia Mc ai fecond clais mail matter SUBSCRIPTION JKtCB SoTUUblr In Advance By Mall or Carrier 17 carrier per year 1400 By malVparyear 1300 ADVXBTISING BATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks alter reading notices Indi cate they are paid advertising Addran all communications to BNIVEBSITY MISSOUBIAN Colombia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY The action of the two great politi cal parties in Jefferson City today unanimously endorsing the principle of providing a separate and permanent fund for the support of the Univer sity the College of Agriculture the School of Mines an...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 September 1910

1 I is s 1 It i ft II - V WEDNE8DAY SETEMBER 14 1910 v UNIVER8ITY MI8SOUBIAN PAGE THREE Students are cordially In vited to give as a call THE DRUG SHOP HATTON KNIGHT CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF Drugs Sundries Athletic Goods Fountain Pens Etc KODAKS AND FILMS A SPECIALTY 803 BROADWAY COLUMBIANS ARE LOST Remove the guise and find these prominent people and places We are going to make the first person who sends in the correct answer a present of the Missourian for one year Send your answers to The Art Print ery 10A N 8th St 1 What store in Columbia reminds you of a river and why f 2 What institution in Columbia cannot be purchased although it has a price 3 Give the surname of a profes sional man in Columbia which reminds you of a coal miner at work 4 What prominent Columbians surname suggests a popular passtime 5 There are two places of busi ness in Columbia where you would still have a hunt after you found them what are they 6 What is the name of a well known Columbia family which sug ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 September 1910

i i ft P a r ft lr t l k ft- f wifri 3 - PAGE FOUR 481- Want Advertisements REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AND RENTAL LIST FOR SALE One 5 room and one 3 room house on corner lot close in and very desirable 1100 Will han dle balance like rent FOR RENT Modern 4 room house close in 20 8 room house near University fine for students ALBA T FOUNTAIN REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 911A Broadway Queries by the Queer Queer questions come over the tele phone to the newspaper offices Here was one that the man1 who chanced to answer the phone had put up to him the other day Say began the unknown seeker after the truth do you do you re member who it was that killed Abel Why Cain of course replied the newspaper man who put in several years at Sunday School Who dju suppose Well observed the man at the other end in an annoyed tone daggon if I aint gone and made a fool o my self Course it was Cain now that you mention it but I made a two to one bet with a fellow that twas Go liath and now Ill have to go without i ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 September 1910

lS k V II 5f i ri a js iH o ii WEDNESDAY SETEMBER 14 1910 T i iiinron bankable note SCHWABE BROS Auctioneers G SPENU1SK X JOB PRINTING 9 We can handle all kinds of Job work guarantee you satis faction and will deliver work promptly A new job press being installed now that win en able us to give you low pnces on Posters Pamphlets Books I Fine Job Printing of all fa in Dance Programs Calling Cards Neat Stationery R B TILLEY VV V Columbia Missouri Herald i i fc the Part of It I wonder If that sour Miss Oldgirl ever had any salad days Iam sure she hadlhe vinegar and peppery part of them Baltimore American If you want any fire or life insur ance see King Crockett Realty Co 7A N 8th St Boone County farm sausage like mother used to make at Hetzlers PUBLIC SALE - imauim Aft THE J M BATTERTON PLACE 5 MILES NORTH OF COLUMBIA ON THE BLACKFOOT GRAVEL AND ONE MILE 80UTH OF HINTON ON Tuesday September 20th 1910 I Will Sell to the Htgnest umoer mo runua - r 2200 pounds a good and sure One Perchero...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 September 1910

IU3 V re I I 3 1 I I Is B 1 hi i If i ft m ftl m a iw p Sit to 1 kv JPAGE SIX SCHOOL SHOES is- JSy SCHOOL SHOES Have you purchased those School Shoes for your boy or girl yet Re member we carry the best line of SCH FIRST FARM MANAGEMENT MEET Dean Mumford T C Wilson and W L Nelson Will Go to Pleasant Green Dean F B Mumford of the College of Agriculture D H Doane head of the department of farm management T C Wilson secretary of the State Board of Agriculture and W L Xel son assistant secretary of the board will go to Pleasant Green In Cooper county tomorrow to the farm man agement meeting It is to be a dem onstration meeting of the gcod re sults to be obtained from proper faim management It is the first meeting of the kind ever held under the di rection of a college or university The A hJ JL 1 hujjixwjih iw i - farm is owned by S It ot Pilot Grove Mr Harri mans post office address is Pilot Grove but those who attend the meeting will go to Pleasant Green because the farm as easier to r...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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