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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 November 1908

e "' a ' mSTHTERSITY MISSOtrRIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. NUMBER 51 TIGERS DEFEAT "SCRUBS" 25 T0 14 'Varsity Men Play in Poor Form, and Several Are Injured. DEXTER, JOURNALIST, IS STAR All-Class Man Makes Long Gains Hundreds See Game. The Tigers defeated the all-class team on Rollins Field Saturday after noon by 23 to 14. The game was one of the poorest exhibitions of football seen here this year. Time and again the ''scrubs" broke through the line for big gains. They also circled the ends and once worked the forward pass for a gain of thirty yards. , Nearly all the '"regulars" who played were taken out after playing a short time. Last "Half" Secret. Owing to the warm weather the coaches decided to play four "halves" of ten minutes length, the last one W being secret. Although it had not been advertised, several hundred persons saw the game. At the end of the third "half" the audience was requested to leave the grounds in order that the players might...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 November 1908

.MfiSSSBWM5l?asBEjSBBBBBHsii--i , rsjpqMMgqsppwsssspssss - , Wtl9MWMmKKwlfmvXwW ' llahMfeE35TB6i'I'gJgpgi'JJLy-'J umygw. - j . " n.i.i.. 4' ' "??$? .'."..;. -"' y1.11 ' "'" " '" - t fc-ilsl MMi "TMi nMfclMMyinMMT Bi P"WMi MissssssTTsi i ii6aMBlBWMWftBMMBBiMIBMBiWBBWTWlMr'Tipr" n!sssWBssVff$BstflBBsassssBSH ssss , " Sfi WHS ' -r I- f fit T &L far 0W iJ1 ill f ' 111' " ' I l UNIVERSITY MISSOUHTAST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. "' M atPxabt ' .. I . I s.v $ If If if r r i 'H'l tmi Pirn University Missourian Wk netting newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolJay by the Department of Journalism of the Unizersity of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUnSCKIPTION Invariably in Advance: Ity Mnll or Carrier: Sellout Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.35. Single, Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Koom E, Academic Hall. Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo". Telei honk Ncmhkkn: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. business Office, 711. Only ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 November 1908

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908 EXCELLENT COMEDY AT THE COLUMBIA Marine Scene in "Brewster's Millions" is Best Shown Here. PEGGY" WEARS BLACK AND GOLD Theater Gives Box Party to Twenty - Four of the Tiger Squad. Afflicted with a million dollars which had to be spent in a year, and a Midas touch which turned every thing to gold this was the predica ment in which Monty Brewster found himself and around which was built one of the cleverest plays pre sented in Columbia. The play was at the Columbia Theatre Saturday. Monty's grandfather left him a mil lion dollars, although he had al lowed Monty's mother to suffer for the necessities of life. Monty's un cle hated the grandfather bitterly and when he died, leaving seven mil lions, he bequeathed it to Monty on the condition that at the end of one year he should have dissipated to the last cent the first million, which had been given him by the grandfather. There were restrictions on the ways in which the money was to be sp...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 November 1908

. , , .., , , 1, , -r-irri7sar!i:3TTniSiKil m 1 rjHHip lit III' R I,' 1 r ; l' i a if! i f fif : hli I- i w I ?- m hj If jjj 1 1 If ATHLETICS 1 1 I 1 B I : 'irm' :i. : MONILAW HOPEFUL If : 1 : OF DEFEATING K. U. if, J ft, 1894 12 18 MS . 1S95 10 G Ul? M 1S90 30 II I- 1893 0 12 H wL 1S99 C 34 M 7 k """ 1900 G G ml f- - 1901 18 12 ' fc 1902 o 17 j I L 1903 0 o 1 J, 1904 0' 29 1 ? i. 1905 0- 24 ill f- 19(m 0 sTJfj P- 1907 0 4 HI" r . sp $ Total 81 251 Bgi; T Won by Missouri. 3' B': J Won by Kansas, 12 ijfe1, i- Tie games, 2 K jf I OFFICIALS ARE CHOSEN FOR MISSOURI-KANSAS GAME The officials for the Kansas-Missouri game were decided upon Saturday. Tliey are: Masker of Kan-as City, Referee. Griffith of Iowa University, Umpire. Hamilton of Kansas City, Field Judge. Cornell of Lincoln. Head Linesman. High School Alumni Win. The alumni of the T. C. H. S. de feated the Teachers College High School football team on Rollins Field Saturday morning by G to 0. The game was stubbornly fought by bot...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 November 1908

,i. i - .I iiiiiiii i II T-1 ,w"lrr"L"VTrT'lL"-r'Jr'SiTI ' -" 5 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908. VOLUME I. NUMBER 52 T OWN BY BOGUS UPTON Impersonator of Sir Thomas Exposed by Ignorance of Nautical Matters'. SIGNATURE IS DIFFERENT, TOO But for a Time He Gave Texas Town Fine Pipe Dream. ABILENE, Tex., Nov. 24. Visions of gold pouring into this part of Texas from British coffers, a dream of an em tire directed by one man, where Uto pian social experiments would be car ried out, and 300,000 acres set apart for tea culture and packing industries, faded today with the departure of "Sir Thomas Lipton, Baronet, of Aberdeen, England," from Post City, near here. The arrival of "Sir Thomas," suave and with a rich Irish brogue, and his departure, have capitalists from sev eral countries mystified. Incidentally a private car, chartered by the bogus nobleman and yachting enthusiast, is on a Texas & Pacific siding here, well stocked with champagnes and ch...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 November 1908

"WftLi.-fcA-StAiii.' "J ?"i ?wSBpMsi J. t UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908 -w -.r .22JHBLMiiM2E5Jim-iL&!22?J--. ". U '.A' !"',V msjil mi iilifrfcinim r i ii. ., i i ii it ii i - 1 I -,i iii rrlfMInrMTPlMlFTiMBIMI ''nESSS! T ijSSSni i 1 rTfcii M in' ii i fii i- li-"r -nil m -mi iff flr I f f f ! I sBM M Mrf i ' -V."' W T- . " T If r If n i ; t H ' Bf i. W B n fr f I If p ft ' Jir I r MverswUissoMmi n . . Aa. J evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo. every schoolday or the Department of Journalist of the University of Missouri, Entered at the postofEce at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUUSCKIPTIOX Invariably In Advance: lly Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall, Universityol Missouri. Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office, 711. Only Approved Adrcrtttinff Accepted, ltntrt on Application. Address all communications to Un...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 November 1908

(PI ' V5' ?T'1' . UNIVERSITY. MISSOyTRIAN, .TUESDAY,. NQYEMBER f24 .190$. ATHLETIC NEWS TIGERS III FINAL PRACTICE FOR GAME WHICH?. Ovoing to the continued illness of Mr. Sol. Lichtenstein and his probable absence from town for many months, to regain his health, this business must be discontinued I have taken charge, and my only instructions are, to . v. SELL OUT QUICKLY Nowell of the "Scrubs" Dodges 'Varsity Men for 30-Yard Gain. -i ,t . Jjss CLOSING OUT SALE- "PUNY" BLUCK IN GOOD FORM Team in Better Condition Than Any Other Time This Season. The Tigers had their last practice Lut one on Rollins Field last night. The field was so muddy and slippery that it was nearly impossible to get a good line on the work the men were doing. Coach Monilaw did not put the men in any real scrimmage, fearing some might be injured. The only scrimmage was when the Tigers and the all-class team lined up and practiced on the kick-off. '"Puny" Uluck, who was out last night, kicked ir for the Tigers about...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 November 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY,- NOVEMBER 24; 1908. QUAINT NEGRO STORIES TOLD BY POLK MILLER Take your Watch and Jewelry Repairing to WHEELER'S there's Quality in Our Work ,." i"iiV Mf hS av? A It 9 f Di it If M ! WW J. G. WILLIAMS BARBER SHOP Baths 714 Broadway Phone 288 How the Old Black "Mammy," After Prayerful Consideration, Decided to Address BooKer T. Washington The Wild Turkey. CANDIES MADE FKESH EVEBY DAY KOU7MBIA KANDY KITCHEN Fancy Boxes Try Our Candies No. 11 NorthlEighth Street JACCABD'S GIFT BOOK Sent Free Upon Request Contains a thousand Christmas Gift suggestions in Silver, Gold, Glass, Novelties highest grades reasonable prices. Send today. We give the students cordial invitation to our store. Jaccard Jewelry Co. 1017-1019 Walnut St. P' trade IIEUKK . TheLeacock g Athletic Goods arc S standard for all games mark , The Best and Lowest TU)1!8 Free Catalogs R. J. LEACOCK SPORTING GOODS CO. 808-810 PINE ST., ST. LOUIS OLK MILLER in his lecture here recently told many sto...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 November 1908

tW?KfT- UNIVERSITY MISSOUIIIAN. s,3y3JRTE33! k VOLUME I. KANSAS TWISTS TIGER'S TAIL 10-4 Missouri's Failure on Trick Plays Chief Cause of Defeat. PUNY" BLUCK IN FINE FORM His Field Goal the First Score Against Enemy Since 1902. Missouri's inability to execute trick plays, and Kansas' expertness with the (inside kick, lost the annual Thanks giving game at Kansas City, 10 to 4, and gave Kansas the undisputed cham pionship of the Missouri Valley. The Tigers have nothing to be ashamed of in this result. They scored against the old enemy for the first time since 1002. The total receipts for the game were S18.237.50. Of this amount $3,191 goes to George Tebeau, for the use of the park, and the balance, $15,040, is to be divided between the two universities after the expenses of both teams arc paid. This amount is larger than that of any previous year, the next largest leing $9,000, in 1005. The receipts for lust year were 8,000. The "rooting" was louder than that at any previous game, and...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 November 1908

VMi' ' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1908. ' IK r t m W E If i I m i Hi 'K - 1 '$ on? "' ' " - .!..- , ..., . .... . University Missourian til evening ne-jupafer published at Columbia, Mo. every school lay by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice. at Columbia. Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUHSCRIITJON-Imnriably in A.Hnnoe: Uy Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $ 1.25. Single Copied, Two Cent. Business Office Room E. Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia. Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom. 271. Business Otfice,-7U. Only Approrrtl AtlrrrtixiniJ Arcrptril. Hates on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo, SPIRIT OF THE NEWS John T. McCutchcou is drawing some interesting cartoon- on the tariff re-i-ion for tlie Chicago Tribune. In the-e days of luinied reading, the ear tMniit may impre public events on the public mind much more vividly tlia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 November 1908

1 'BiaJSSllSili iysyaiTf iliTA"r- rr "'f 'jp5"- 11 jw UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1908. ,, .! jluhjiij' . ,.i.- ... ' ' 3jgiaf-!i'V"'T'-!"'rit''-ff 'jh'TJI'j-l- ""j"' .". gfyKi i-3J-i"""', .-WMM-imff BIl'rWMIS-,'Ww. -jMtMi jaai I1IIIB MIIWUM H-HI ' - " . 8k- NEW FRATERNITY INSTALLED HERE Phi Kappa Psi Has Chapter in the University of Missouri. ASSIMILATES A LOCAL ORDER Senator Hughes of Colorado is Charter Member of First Chapter. Missouri Alpha of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was re-established at the University of Missouri Saturday after noon by the installation of the local fraternity of Zeta Chi. The ceremonies took place Saturday at the Phi Delta Phi hall under the auspices of the mem bers of the Executive Council of Phi Kappa Psi and representatives from va rious alumni associations and active chapters. The Missouri Alpha chapter was first established here in 18G9. It was the first chapter of a national fraternity to come into Missouri and during an acthe exist...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 November 1908

i&fesSSj3BafwSPiSj iwiiitSmnWif illttiiln f IT iii Bgsagatsstiq!r' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1908. STOCK BREEDERS, PLANTERS. COMING CAPS AND GOWNS Columbia's Big Steam and Chemical Cleaning Works a '! Farmers' Week" in January Will Draw Crowds to Columbia. Committee AnnouncesOutline of Program for December 10 and 11. 1 if, Itj 1 Jlw IP Si 1, F INAUGURATION M w if I if' Ml H1 RRHt I'M i .A :Jl ' vf The American Breeder' Association will bold its, annual meeting in Colum bia the second week in January, dur ing "Farmers' Week." This society is composed of the leading investigators and teachers of breeding, with animal and plant breeders of the United States and Canada. Assistant United States Secretary of Agriculture Willet M. Hays is secretary of the association, and will be present. The meetings will l)e held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the important days of farmers' week, and will leave these promiiit-nt guests from all parts of America here for the banquet...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 December 1908

-v. . IINTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, DECEMBER,!, 1908.' NUMBER 54 ;r -v ,-SJ.- '-t?'':- (sr , -- -. r L OAN FUND NEEDY STUDENTS Committee Now Has $200 on Hand Memorial of '08 Class. FACULTY MEMBERS IN CHARGE Those Who Want Aid Are to Make Application Through Well-Known Student. The sum of $200 became available Dec. 1 from the student loan fund started last spring as a memorial by the class of 1908 at the University of Missouri. This sum is in the hands of a committee of tutors, of which Prof. L. M. Defoe is secretary and is to be loaned out to needy students of the Junior and Senior classes at a low rate of interest. The memorial loan lund was started last spring, when a number of Senior students determined to start a fund for the purpose of assisting poor stu dents in getting a University educa tion. Each student of the Senior class was to give $2 to the fund and each year duplicate the gift. Other classes are privileged to join in the movement. Moie...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 December 1908

SfejsaBBaK ?- y r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908. i - IT I 4 1 -, i h I li :t ( ):I twp par- v evening newspaper published at Columbia, ., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. .m University Missourian kpMTnFTws UIK AAMAA VA A.E1A1-M M '. SIP Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as tecond-class mail matter. SCBSCRIPTIOK-Inrariably In Advance: By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall. Universityof Missouri, Columbia. Mo. TsLsrHONK Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office, 714. Only Approved Advertising Aecrpted. Itattt on Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY Dec. Dec 3, Dec. 4. Dec. Dec. 10 CALENDAR 1. Lecture, "Tone in Painting," Dr. John Pickard. Art room, Academic Hall, third floor,- 8 p. in. 8 p. m., and Dec. 4, all day, Oriental sale, x. W. C. A., Unhersity aud...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 December 1908

- J ? -'& UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908. k4 jk iv OIL PAINTINGS SUED Uncle Sam Begins Action for Forfeiture of Works of Art. SAID TO HAVE BEEN SMUGGLED They Have Already Cost Mrs. Emily Chadbourne $70,409. CHICAGO, Dec. 1. The United States of America vs. Two Oil Paintings et al." is the title of a suit filed by the Government for the forfeiture of uorks of art belonging to Mrs. "Jack" Gardner, of Boston, and said to have been smuggled into the United States by Mrs. Emily Crane Chadbourne, of Chicago. The filing of the suit in the Federal Court brought to light figures which indicate that unsuccessful smuggling is ii costly adventure. When Mrs. Chad bourne brought Mrs. Gardner's art treas ures into the United States from Eng land last summer she listed them at the Custom-IIouse as "household ef fects" roughly valued at $8,000. An appraiser in Chicago placed their value at $82,411. Mrs. Chadbourne was con-nelled o pay the regular duty 6h 'this valuation, amount...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 December 1908

n,'- aiiMte'araHiMMBrrTf-iiiiTMrimr-'rT--' aMaBTaMttM-""- nTiirirrrTffB'' i'i T i "i 'TiMriBiMMM77TTfTrlMMaMHw1,TinffT'fnr UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJf, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908. M I m P E?x7 C & FERTILIZER MAKERS ACCUSED OE FRAUD Dr. Trowbridge Charges That Manufacturers Cheat Farmers. ATHLtnc Views (Continued from Ftnt rge.) per centage of phosphoric acid, and the percentage of potassium. The last proiion is the part often-e-t violated. The penalty for violating the law, ad set forth in section 9, of the law, is $100 for the first offense and $200 for each Micceeding violation of the law. Prosecution Promised. Tlie prosecuting attorney of each county where the fertilizer that vio lates the law is sold may prosecute. There have as yet been no prosecu tions under the law. as the investiga tion last f-pring was intended prima rily to he a warning. Samples collected last Sopteinlx-r, and now undergoing analysis at the Experi ment station, show some improvement. The pre-ent incstigation...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 December 1908

KSSSSSS3SSSSmlSi KBgnHSBHHBMKnMHtiKann ?pf?p?f PFyar f7Bx-?rTE' 3 fj iff UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. & 5. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. NUMBER 55 1 si a 5 GRAVES PICKED AS BEST RIGHT TACKLE "Tubby" Chosen for Position FROU FROU SKIRTS, PEEKABOO WAISTS AND LIGHT HOSIERY BARRED Ion All-Missouri Valley Team. FIVE AMES MEN ON ELEVEN Kansas Gets Three Places and Nebraska is Ignored. The University of Missouri gets only one place on the first All-Missouri Val ley football team picked by the Kan sas city star, mat piaee is ngnt tackle, which is given to "Tubby" Graies. Three players are chosen from the Kansas team, one from Iowa, one from Drake anil five from Ames. The Tiger.-, fare better on the sec ond team chosen by the same writer: Miller, Ristine and Driver getting posi tions in the line. Bluck and Ander son are placed on the third team. Here are the selections: First. Rice, Ka nsas Right End Grave-, Missouri Right Tackle Siedel, Iowa Right Guard Carlson, K...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 December 1908

tHSi aESE&a vjl UNIVERSITY mBSOUKIAN, WiaNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. c, . r r 6 fcR- Mversitij Missourinn An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every tchocUay by the Department of 'Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUnSCRIPTIOX Invariably in Advance: Hy Mail or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; .Semester, $1.25. Sincl" Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Room E. Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TlLEtllOSE XCMBFKS: Department office. 3T7. Newsroom, 271. llusmess Office, 711. Hitly Approved Ailrertlning Accepted, llnle on Application. Add) css all communication to University Missouria.v, Columbia, .ifo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Dec. 3, 8 p. in., anil Dec. I, all day. Oriental -ale, . W. C. A., UniveiMty auditorium. Lecture, John T. McCutchcon, Atulitoriiim. if. S. U. Debating Soeiety. Jetler-onim! Debating Socictv. c" . Athciincau Literary Societv. Union Literary Society. New Eia Debat...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 December 1908

MayraggpsgisagaiigiiiEiB aaMjgsaiaBSgsaB; afv-'-"-sw5sj''''' Y.Fl. PSn' "f"? W1 Hf-'HX ' A"- '1iW, ?.- i s UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. m PLANS EXTENSION IN HORTICULTURE State Board Decides it Will Issue Elementary Text Books. WINTER INSTITUTE IN JANUARY DOWNTOWN APARTMENT FOR WHICH STUDENTS BUILT OWN FURNITURE Wc desire the public to know that we carry a large line p! Staple and Fancy Groceries (Sanitary) and invite a trial Ripe Olives Plum Pudding Mandarines Tangerines Apple Butter Reports to Be Made Then on Result of the Fruit Investigation. Malaga Raisins Bananas Figs' Lettuce Celery At a meeting of the Missouri State Bo.ud of Horticulture held in the Hor ticulture building yesterday morning and afternoon, the dates for the an nual winter institute were .set for Jan. f. ti, 7, and S. at Columbia. The winter institute is the most im portant of the two annual meetings lii-Id by the state board. A program lia- been arranged. Thins were made to send lessons in...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 December 1908

wMi(MgMHBjiT, ' it ?r!r. -rT:-'-' --fyyyaiiP UNIVERSITY MISSOUJR1AJJ, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. MANY SCHOOLS TO TAFT LENDS 1 COLLEGE MEN ON IMMIGRANT TRAIL HEAD THAT GIFT LIST WITH A DR. HILL ' TO Will Preside at Conference to Be Held in Washington December 8. Dr. Steiner Takes Party to Europe to Prepare for Y.M.C.A.Work. Leading Institutions Will Send Delegates to Inauguration. Kodak Kodak ROOSEVELT WILL BE SPEAKER ARE TO BECOME SECRETARIES DISTINGUISHED GUESTS COMING CONSERVATION HONOR r f ,-E- 4 f . :& V Natural Resources Inventory Has Been Completed by Pinchot. Travel in Steerage and On Bicycles, to Study Foreigners. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. President elect William II. Taft has accepted an imitation to preside over and address a joint conference of the National Con servation Commission and the govern ors of States in this city, Dec. 8, an event which brings together an assem blage of the nation's leading men in commercial, financial and political ac tivity, and whoe importance...

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