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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 September 1908

gj-jVjiJiyj1!; TSPFSS1 T?3STS ifTBEfS'! UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLU3IE i. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908. NUMBER 6 I ST. JOSEPH MAKES BID FOR BIG GAME Will Furnish Park Free and Pay Expenses of Ball Team. QUESTION IS STILL UNSETTLED Hay C Car-gill Makes the Proposition to University Athletic Board Shall it be t. Jo-eph r Kan-a- City for the ainiii.il Kan-as-Mi ouri Foot hall jraini Thank-giving Day? That cue-tion ha-, not "t been -ettled. al thoir'h negotiation- have been under wav fr nearly a year. Ha C. ( nrgill, lcpre-cnting several St. Jo-cpli oiniinerei.il organizations, was in Columbia Sit unlay and yc-ter-dav to Milnnil piopo-ition- to the Ath letic Department of the University ot Mi ouri. St. Jo-eph agrees to give the u-c of a park flee, with .-nllicient scats to accommodate the crowd, and to either "-kin" the gridiron or rover it with ten-lurk. A guarantee of cn-thusia-tie new -paper -upport i- also made, covering St. Jo-eph and a ra dius of 100 miles adjace...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 September 1908

H9d ?! iy$&g&p wrM wji'seiy rVi- UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908. il 5 r : ft i r --4- I ; c. University Missourian An er'ening nevsfafler published at Columbia, Ma., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the Unizersity of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the posloftice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress ot March S. 1H79 SUHSCItirTIOX Intariahly in Advance: Ily Mail or Carrier: School Year, $.00; Semester, sM.'-io. Single Copiex, Two Cent. date for office who expends money is corrupting votes, by direct or indirect means, ought not only to be defeated at the polls but should le sent to tho penitentiary. Ofmce Room D, Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telepiionf Nos. 274 and 714. Only Approved Ailrertitlnu Accepted. Jlnlrs an Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, ulfo. TAKE A LOCAL SEWSl'APER- Onc of the duties of the good citi zen is to ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 September 1908

F&rti SMHHHHigjB2fiLJHHHiiflHiM?7if? 5 4HlKPSiniH9HBwBBViniHBlMliSj . " " "S UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908. ioM re i. ' inse; i. o P1 3d fl a ' id'-j ungf b Piper firit .v. find,! e Vsl ctofl 01 3 nnrs$ "FRAT" IN HONOR GUNBY'S MEMORY Delegation from Sigma Chi Attends Funeral in Chillicothe. WAS BEST AMATEUR PITCHER VARSITY PITCHER, WHO DIED IN CHILLICOTHE Lloyd Gundy Former Student Would Have Been Graduated This Year. Lloyd EiR-ill nimby, tlic young stu dent of tl' University of Missouri, who died Friday at his liomc in Chilli cothe, Mo., was buried there yesterday afternoon. The pallbearers were chosen from members of the Sipna Chi fra ternity, who went from Columbia to at tend the funeral. Lloul fiuiiby would have been 22 years 1.1 ni'vt uv'. JJefore entering the University of Missouri he was a stu dent at ISaker University. He was a junior law student here at the last ses sion ami would hie been graduated with his eluss ne dune. Already one A of the best k...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 September 1908

ISiBafeS f,T -y 9w??Sj?wr??S5'- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908. T DEVICE TO AVERT WRECKS IS TESTER Columbia's Big Steam and Chemical Cleaning Works TO E Wilbur May Leave France to Take Up Orville's Flights. . The Interstate Commerce Commission Interested in New System. ALREADY USED IN CALIFORNIA ""E)Ml'" 'I " "r;Ti'iniiwif'yyi';ipwi ! WRIGH BROTHERS CONTiNU WORK wflJJL? k L r f r r INJURED MAN IS IMPROVING Sister Visits Him, and They Discuss Plans for the Future. WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 21. Wil bur Wright may abandon bis work in Prance, where lie lias just broken all icconK to take up the work here, check ed by the mi-hap last week in which Oiville Wrigbt was hurt and his compan ion killed. This announcement was made today. Cli.ii lis 15- Flint of New York, whose money is lucking the efforts of the Wrights to conquer the air, says that Orville Wright, lliougb much improved. will be unable to conclude hi ments here within probably five months. cvperi- or six Flint ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 September 1908

w 'aSSZaKHSKSSa UNIVERSITY MTSSOXJMAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1908. i 1 i NUMBER 7 I1HDEPENDENT" TO REAPPEAR Publication to Be Four-Page Weeklv, Printed Saturday Night. PATTERSON MANAGING EDITOR Will Be "Organ for Free Expression of Student Opinion." The Independent of the University f Missouri, u weekly student publica- ion which was discontinued at the Me aning of the pre-ent school term, will revived ;i a four-page weekly. rinted on Saturday night and delivered o subscribed on Mindny morning. . W. Patter-on. of Kana- City, wili er of the Itolliiis scholarship in the ticailemic Department last year and a--ociatc editor of the The Independent 1007-S, will be managing editor of the . ?. L t V.. Al... Eper. A commiiicc euoeu ov i" ard of Managers of the Independent ivill have charge of the editorial pol icy. The firt i m will appear next Sun- Bay. Bills announcing the revival ot the Independent were posted in the Uuiver itv buildings la-t night. The anno...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 September 1908

j- - . " -jry " -A. - UNIVERSITY 3HSSOUKIAX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1908. w .. T; fc 3" K-- University Missourian U tance while lie will be inclined to make I bis words more like velvet when he peaks to you face to face. Moreover, why is it that some people i r. nixing nrxif-apf pxlliiked at Celumlia, alvca v wait to ring VOU UP Until J'OU Ha., every t:haclj tjr the Deartmer.: ef , "" - eMumH. ( -.j j.now 0J- j,, luat vou are at --- Lome at that time and certain to find Awihcatioa rrnziziz for admwion as second- . . .,... .1.,. ,.....,..-.,.,;,,. - 1 class cai! natw st the poiiwace a: Columbia, iu mere iii-. u t vvv.. . SALMAGUNDI x TRANSMUTATION. READ, ont-e in an idle hour. Some line about a maiden" hair That clustered richly, fold on fold. Above a brow Aerenelv fair: building on LOCAL NEWS IS BEST 1MCTA1 Y 1-f 1TXITC I J BOOKEEPER in Toledo. Ohio. wa JOI 1 S E illVVOrArJ A showing hi- home an exceeding ly pretty cottage and well-kept j 'lot to a friend. "It co-t me." be -aid. J I...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 September 1908

R? T5?-- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1908. ST COACH WHO'LL WHIP TIGERS INTO SHAPE; GRIDIRON STAR WHO'LL NOT PLAY AGAIN WRIGHT TELLS HOW HIS- AIRSHIP FELL MEDICAL "DOITS" "TUBBY" GRAVES NOT IN MOLESKINS pr. Woodson Moss Tells They Habitually Eat Too Rapidly. Accident Can Not Happen Again, the Inventor Declares. - -i Former St.u- Footballist Will Not Re a Tiger This Year. "HYGIENE OF RIGHT LIVING" PROPELLER STRUCK A WIRE GUY ,3r 91 -Ml GIVES UDENTS lfcs yT J) - 5,., Vf! p.r.T.. s- q&SL' tVV i 'i i 'n ifci it i iiii Student Activities Will Be Discussed at Assembly Thursday. Dr. Woodson Moss, professor of the theory ami practice of medicine in the University of Missouri, in Iiis lecture this morning at the first University assembly of the year, declared that stu dents are liable to serious physical dam ae beean-e they eat too rapidly. Dr. Moss "-poke on "The Hygiene of I5i"lit Liwug.' He was introduced by Dr. A. l's "'" president of the Uni versity, who will presid...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 September 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIA; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1908. UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT TO 3 P. M. TODAY EDITORS FORESEE Session of Maintain Tour Individuality OFF FLIES 91 MUTES At end of 1908-9 1907-S 1906-7 1905-6 1904-5 I903-4 1902-3 1901- WILBUR WRIGHT OKAKER This Fall m. m. At l&fr Letters Shown by Hearst Are "Extremely Damaging" to Senator. HE IS CALLED UPON TO DENY New York Globe Prints Scathing Denunciation of Archbold. XEW YORK. Soj.t. 22. Following is the comment of tlie newspapers on the IJearst-Foraker matter: The Evening Po-t: Thoc are extremely dainaj.'inj.' letters of John 1). ArchboM to Senator Foraker given ont by !Mr. lk-ar-t in Columbia. O. provided, of course, that they are gen uine. Aeeording to the.-e e)i-tles. the senator and Mr. Arelibold were, in WOO eight jvars ago- in e!o-e liii-im and political relation-.. lr. Aiehbold. iee president of the Standard Oil Company, sent a certilicate of depo-it for 1.".UOO to Mr. Foraker on laieh 20. I "loo. and one for 14.300 on Aiii...

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

jfrTT'-'-'9'1'' KjjaavKg i.J-WViWM flMKfllWB.'J.JtCgj; &$psiF&4gFFZtn&r gSpF&rie"-;ri Hv'ga1? ?3 sJj'TjJ'-W., a H UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1908. NUMBER 8 issssa 1 HAVEN HERE FOR F Cosmopolitan Club No. 14 Has Members From Ten Nationalities. ITS CHARTER JUST RECEIVED Even an American of Proper Spirit Can Join if He Wisbes. The Cosmopolitan Clul of tlie Uni versity f Mi oiiri has la-en regu larlv o-tablished. It has jn-t received its charter. If von can prove that voil were liorn in some country other than the United State-, be it miytliiujr from Terie .lei Fucgo to Gicenland, you can boome a memlier. anil ou will .., in "hands down." Ur if ou are an American with the proper cosmopoli tan -pint, J on may become a member. The club organied at the close of school last ear is now in a nourishing condition. The new charter. reecied from the Association of Cosmopolitan clubs of the United States, with head quarter at the ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 September 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1908. If m University Missourinn A n evening nezrraer published at Columbia Mo., every sckoolday by the Department of yournaiistn of the Unizersity Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postottice at Columbia, Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March tJST'J. SUIISCKUTIOX Iiiuirinbly In Alliance : lly Mail or Carrier: School Year, $.((: Semester, :Z7. Single Copies, Two Cent. FASHIONS c Ofuce Room D, Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TELEIHOSE N'l'MUESS; Department office, 377. Newsroom, 271 and 714. Only Apprvreil Ailrertininf Accepted. Jliitea u Application. Address all communications to University Missouriax, Columbia, Jfo. sSSS OXFLICT rages in the world of fashion, those who attend to the lietntes of the fickle mentor will conclude forthwith that she '"speaks a various language." Xever have authorities handed broad east such diverse decrees. One says lightly and with a cas...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 September 1908

51 I UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1908. BELITTLES LODGE'S F Hamlin Garland Says the j Nobleman's Messages Carry No Weight. ITALIAN'S ARE MORE VALUABLE Scientist Finds Mysterious Astral Force in Unusual Test. Sck'iiti-U in this country who have devoted ear- to the phenomena of al led"eJ nie aj;rs from the death spiritual ism ami p-jc-hical my-teiiis a- devel oped hy s called mediums are not incliiK to make much of the levela tion of Sir Oliver Lodjro, who in the lat week startled thinkers of Enpland hv aiinoiineiiir his belief in eoniinuuca tions from beyond the ;rave. The dNtinjiuMietl EnglNh invc-tiator came out liodily in the Psychical Re search Society-. Journal and gave de tail of mes-xijie-j received from dead mcmlMr of t III-, society through the pen of a medium known as Mr-, llol-landrone-. Among tho-e who, he as serts, communicated were Mr. fitirney. one of the loundcrs of the society, and F. H. W. Myer-, who was a faniou writer. The former was ratlier mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 September 1908

R r !JHP. FOOTBALL TEAM IS UP TO THE COACH . f No Lack of Material for Places on 'Varsity Eleven. BEK IMPRESSED WITH OUTLOOK I i Former Tackle Says Bunch of Men is the Best Since j 18!)!). -A finer looking bunch of men list ' not :ipic;titl on Kollin-. Held -into ISfi!),' "iii'l Dr- W- ,;- l!,'k. instructor in Herman, a former Mi oitri tackle who has followed tin- p'-ojii i' of tlie Uni- i i verity of Mi onri Tigers lor many 5-ea-on-. la-t niulit. Ami Dr. Rok i- not ! the only one who li:i -iel up the iiali ties of the lniv-r-it " material in that way. It -com- that it'-up to Dr. W. -I. Monilaw ami hi- -talf of n i-tanl coaches to -how their hand- tlii- voar. ( i.- -11: : 1 : -...:... ...... I... I Jl .WI--OUII lo-r-, 11 it-uauii ! . " becaii-e there i- any ilr.mli of material, for the candidate- now in inolo-kin-iiuiiihcr arounil KHt. Although the weather for the la-t week ha- Iieen too hot to make pr ihie the conditioning of the men. the coacho- havo ut them through all sorts ot g...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 September 1908

BBBSBIBBHIflHRHBIIHEvHfiifl tr; "ksj fcjWrx,J- 'vrT5WD ffcr . - ' -Ik UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. m XUMBER 9 2BW.:T?W -" " v . i . f DAMPER ON CLASS RUSH BY DR. HILL President Says Annual Fight is "Not Befitting of Gentlemen." WILL CONFER WITH MARSHALS Eent Postponed Until Friday Evening Officials Are Chosen. FACTS ABOUT CLASS RUSH. 9 Pn-ipom-d until Friday evening. 0 0 ion: mil men to take part. 0 0 IVt -idciil Hill -ay- it i- "unbe- 0 0 lining gentlemen, ami ha- no sine- 0 0 turn imiii Univer-ity nllifi.il-. 0 0 i'on light pole at north end of 0 0 canipu- to be center of fight. 0 Pn-idcut A. Ki Hill threw a bomb into tin- l"nier-ity Assembly this morn ing when, in the tli-eu iou of student actiutie-. he -aid the ""cla-s ru-h.' set for tomorrow cvei'ing. is not "befitting gentlemen." and pointed out that the l'nier-it lias given to it no official ..auction. The u-e of the buildings and "round- haie not been "ranted to the stude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 September 1908

.jayV".""SB'.""'. m - i-i . ,... ,m. n.ni hi. !.! lywm.w. ..! .'""'"f"l"1iri1g'l',Ht1fl SBC " 'V?fM"3'w"'SSf "t4rai3""""v?? .rW .--""r--T' , f$sFW7&vim3r?Gm-3mm j -ji -. -, j. K; UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. UA I V: i University Missouritin An e letting neivtfafer published at Columbia, -V(7., every sckoolday by the Department ef Journalism of the Unnersity of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second- class mail matter at the postomce at Columbia, Mo , under the Acts of Congress of March .", 1879. SrilSCKIPTIOX IiM.irlal.lj In Advance: 11 Mail or Carrier: School War, $'4.00: Semester, .'ZT,. .single Copies, Two Cents. Office Room D, Academic Hall, Umiersity of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Teleihone Numbers: Department office. 377. Newsroom, 271 and 711. Only Approved Adreitigimj Accepted. Jtiite oh .Ipplictitiuii. Address all communication to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo. PP& WORK OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS. In Wisconsin Dr. S. M. Babcoe k...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 September 1908

,T1r-r-flrwiTi"viu'7'iairi,ui!-;- gg-&S CTWMffWJWJPMBegreg rafct-cir-'a-ff-ir-K- v 1 i V 0 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. HMHHMHHBHHHHHBHSVMSSGlMHPlHIIEraSHISIKBiMEvUJ M."wfiMnrvK5rcvi..'?'CriwKffTh 'hf . PREACHER SCORES VANITY; LOSES JOB ,'omen Enraged by His Denunciation of Powder Puff. HE IS CALLED A "NAGGY THING" X Promises to Resign as Soon sis His Back Salary is Raised. POOR PERSIA! NEWSPAPERS THERE UNKNOWN, ITS PEOPLE MUST GOSSIP Icier" TAYLORSTOWX, Pa., Sept.. 24. The Rev. -I. ' Moore, pasdor I'll" nisi Christian Church, who came here from nni1i.il. O.. less than a year ago, has a-ionai' uttered a thought that lc his Hook sit up ami take notice, uoldcned lij his '.licet'-- a- a critic of hiiiiian fiailtic-, he hurled la-t night this combination gem of rhetoric at his hearers, mo-th girls ami women. -I would a- leave have a blaeksiiake in m hou-e a- a deck of card-, and 1 have m own private opinion of any woman who u-e- a powder puff." In an in-tant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 September 1908

Kf UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. t HERE'S DOCTORING 't 1 A AT $1 PER YEAR , . ir ., PILLS COME AT REDUCED RATE 585 BS 3 bi v??w!m $ c THE BIG CLOTHIER J&S-S fmSI . i FiZ V r - . V v t V i , v1Wi v? v ! i ? o i f- I ' wl wfilf ; ?- Hi ' ? 1 ! ? b1 flK '11 ft - 1 1 WBf Prescriptions Are Filled for a Quarter Surgery Costs Extra. Xi:V Y0II1C. St jit. -J4. TIil- Xcw i Ytnk .Mcili, ,d .iiul Mental A -iKiatiim" ii- w.uiHtl tlio iijijn i t.i-t iili- in latt. black tic tli.it Hmu-anil-. Dii- rulj fitim li k nf ZMttlit.il (.'.uc." whicii nii'di cal care the "A tKMtiuii." tlirmj;ii it (.uia 'i. ulli'i-. lor 1 a jwr p.-i family alter t lit- licul til tlu faniih 1'a-. -." ifiit- " iiiitiatinii let-" and -iiii an :iiiliatiim blank. Xo tlioic art' -nnir oNCi'iilnm- w Iiit.li it K mil fan to put up at tin.- top of the tol, l'ii it i- lnipoltaut to the le-i-ilent1- of til- metiopoli vlio lia.r Ini-ii paitij; 11 tint-, a week or .2Q .iiimi.il "letainel" to iiv.il In in- ol ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 September 1908

s UNIVERSITY MESSOURIAN. ik "-! to n SI a ?; VOLUME I. PLOT TO MURDER ROOSEVELT Arrested Anarchists Have Papers Giving Details of African Trip. CONSPIRACY IS FAR-REACHING European Police Say Six Kulers Were Marked for Death. )'. I iiltnl Press. P.ANOXXE, France. Sept. 23. Kw dencc of a plot of anaichists to a a--situte Picsident Roosevelt on his com ing tiip to Africa has been published by tin" police of several European nation-. Pap.'rs found in the po-e-ion of two Italian anarchi-ts anc-ted in Switz erland gave full detail-. of the plan- of President lloo-eelt's party for the hunting trip. Similar paper were found on a Spanish anarchist, Canatra va. who is chained with plotting the death of King Alfon-o of Spain. These paper-, the police say, prove a definite and well-arranged plot to kill the President of the United State, a-, well as the rulers of .-everal European na tions. B the di-covery of the documents, the secret agents declare they have foiled not only a plot again-t Pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 September 1908

iBySS.ta zr-r .-T.Sg-sJC.-.ii.-- sjjjjMggT-aissKj Miot JMjaf ?& r? ,fTv,iJ"?5?-' -yqr, tgt "we - "5-wy!35s?'vV?' f UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1908. gA h- t I it' University Missourian An evening newsfafer published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Application pending for admission as second class mail matter at the postotfice at Columbia, t Mo., under the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1S70. SUHSCItllTIOX Invariably In Advance: lly Mnil or Carrier: SclioI Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.35. Single Copies, Tnii CflitH. Office Room D, Academic Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telehio.se Numbers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 27 and 714. Only Apjtriireil Atlrertinlng Accepted. Jlntr ok AppUratimi. Address all communications to University Missourian-, Columbia, Mo. GREATEST (JIFT TO EDUCATION. The greatest -ingle gift to education made by -tate or individual was that by the United States, when, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 September 1908

ssasRw iMWigWS 0m&45E!Mi& &1M IRAI R!a1pT'ss55?5fiK ksw -y "?r f"" V rw 'Tjwwys -T'lgr-S1"--if zW ' -Vtvv -Sa '? - -. . ; . -, UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1908. omiiV,rirejftS-a"7T fctVrMTiTl im ifiMgii r & m &i 50 MERCURY CURE FOR IS Naval Bureau of Medicine Gets Remarkable Results From Drug. DR. WRIGHT IS CONVINCED "White Plague" May Be Conquered by Means of New Discovery. GIRLS SEEK VOTES EOR CHAMP CLARK Pike County Congressman Has Unique Campaign Scheme. EARLE HAPPY NOW, TIGERS HAVE THEIR AFFINITY IS BACK Friends Say His Mother Brought About the Reunion. WIDOWS ARE NOT INCLUDED Prizes Offered to Misses Who Get the Most Pledges. WASHINGTON, Sept. 25. The Bu reau of Medicine and Surgery of the Nay ii almost ready to announce that inercmy i- a specific for tuberculoiis. The accepted theory of the medical pro f'?ioii is that there is no drug that can be given a turbereulosis patient that will act specifically upon the bacilli th.it create the wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 September 1908

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTE3IBER 25, 1908. Si 1 1 k? 15 t Eb f P K K. r 1907-S II AGIST CHOLERA r: jfgftfr" Vigorous Action Planned to SkF Keep Asiatic Plague . IE' EXPERTS TO GO TO RUSSIA Consuls at Danger Points Will Hold Suspects Five Days. WASHINGTON. Sept. . Asi.itie cholera's spread in tin- Philippine-, China and Ru-ia has spurred the (lovcrment officials, hero to vigorous action to la-op the plague out of tin- United State-. Slirgeon-Ocneial Wynian, of the INlb lie Health and Marine Hospital service, has warned all tpiarantine ollieer- to be on tlieir guard, and in particular to rigidly examine immigrant-. On account of condition- in IJn i.i Or. Wyman will send to that country a cholera c.peit to -tudy the condition-, and not only con-tantly a(hi-e him a to the situation, hut al-o take -uch stp :rs may he con-ideied de-iialde to jireveiit the di-ca-e entering the Liiitcd Statu-.. Consuls to Watch Emigrants. United States oen-ul- in a number of European ports fiom whi...

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