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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 6 December 1901

6 THE PROFESSION r'TT : 'x O ILD n .1 $1.50 Per Year In Advance. Fiidav, December G, 1C01. Vol. I. No. C. X on washigtx itni Chatty Gossip About Mrs. Roosevelt's Society Innovation A Diplo matic Deadshot Senator Bailey's Metamo.-phosis Etc,. Etc., Etc. (From Oar Regular Correspondent ) Wabibotoi, : 0., Nov. So, 19ol. It is a time-honored maxim in Wash iagton that the "first lady in the land" can do no wrong, socially speaking. Therefore Mrs. Roosevelt's innovation of sending out cards for inform d re- . ceptions only 34 hours in advance of the time for holding them has been taken as a matter of course, but had the thing been started by some hostess in private li e there would hare been kicks in plenty. Mrs. Roosevelt's ob ject is to mtet all the men and women of prominence before the formal open ing of the social season. She I as no regular day for these receptions, but manages to hold one each week, limit ing the invitations to 200, just one tenth of the number issued for the offi ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 6 December 1901

7 1 V FRENCH REACH NIGER . CLASH MAT COME WITH BKIT ISH THERE. Described by British Officer Thinks .It One of the Most Unwhole some Spots Visited. 'Sierra Leone letter: The strained conditions existing at the present time between the British and French govern ments lead to the expectancy of almost ny excuse being selected as a casus belli by France at this time. An op jxrtunlty now exists for a repetition rofithe Fashoda Incident owing to the i rapidity with which both the French and British are pushing their outposts la that part of the hinterland which forms the basin of the River Niger and which Is virtually a part of the Wes tern Soudan. The recent annexation of Nigeria by the British government has already led to the Interchange of several notes m the subject btween the foreign offi ces of the two countries. By the Anglo-French agreement of 1890 it was agreed that the French sphere Of influence should extend from Algiers on the north to a line drawn be tween Lake Tschad and the...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 6 December 1901

! i ' : i The new raglans cover a great many last winter's dresses. Great Britain says that the Monroe doctrine Is all right. What else could It say and he safe? Dr. Depew Is looking forward to an exceDtionallv merry Christmas. He expects to be married Dec. 25. The Bulgarian brigands are disposed to put Miss Stone on the bargain coun ter in order to hurry the cash. It Is suspected that the leonlds are keeping out of the way of J. Pierpont Morgan. wmm. RESH Some men never find out how much their wives affections are actually worth until they have been alienated. Eastward the star of American en terprise points the way. Sleeping cars made In this country are going In sec tions to Russia Ruddy Kipling must have had his Fezlets, the sultan of Turkey, in mind when he wrote "The Absent-Minded Beggar," with the refrain of "Pay, pay, pay!" A Chicago judge has decided that spanking does no good after a child has reached the age of 10 years. The av erage kid thinks It does no good at any time...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 6 December 1901

HIITS ?.. LOGAN. B f. ., Hdllor .. or -ubscri imm U-- 1 er In Advance $150 Six Months In Advance 100 ADVERTISING KA'IES ON An 1.1 CAT 10 v JOB WORK OF I.L KINDS SOLIC ITED. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Mr. G. Washington Pavis of Providence made us a pleas ant recently Mr. Davis was the first individnal to subscribe to The Professiona World outside of Columbia. Our thanks are due Mr. Columbus Robnett for sub scription to the Professional Worlk, it will be sent to his daughter at Western col'ege, Macon City, Mo. All persons who year's subscription pay one to The Professional World will receive it from till January i , free of charge; their subscription be ginning from that date . Prof. T. Silas Harris of Kansas City is being very pnommently mentioned as the next president of the Mis souri State Teachers Associa tion. Prof. Harris is a wel known educational worker and would make the Asscia tion an excellent president. The death of Moses Dixon who pasaed away quietly at Jiis home in St. Loui...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 13 December 1901

. THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.50 Per Year In Advance. Columbia Mo., Friday, December 13, 1901. Vol. I. No. 7, Fulton Notes. CITY NOTES. Fulton seems to be the play. Prof J. H. nae Scholarship. . hit wardrobe contains a full dress suit This enabled her to take a I of the latest style. He is still whisker Willams of four yearB cour8e in Bome H DO De urpnsed jcuHuurecuiwvr..j- ' . . . h. .i,.fJr. now to see him '.jra out a muiUcse. grou. d for small-pox it i Mid Centralia pent Sunday ith . 'neiooKlexBminauon Mr Bailey has long been considered . . r 71 i iiir rrvii ivi H.ri . inn. itii ii'iiiiihii ..... F , ---loneet the haaasomest men tn uoneress to go to Cornell. Now. jshe has Lnd that he is also to be one of the Wn one of the eighteen com most stylishly dressed he will hare more petitive scholarships ill the ld7 admirers than ever, and he has freshman year. Of the 128 students competing she stood 1st in Latin undrd in Greek never lacked them. AT RIGHT. there are about me hundred his fa...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 13 December 1901

FRENCH REACH NIGER A CLASH MAY COME WITH BRIT ISH THERE. Described by British Officer Thinks It One of the Most Unwhole i some Spots Visited. Sierra Leone letter: The strained (conditions existing at the present time between the British and French govern ments lead to the expectancy of almost any excuse being selected as a caslis belli by France at this time. An op portunity now exists for a repetition of the Fashoda incident owing to the rapidity with which both the French and British are pushing their outposts In that part of the hinterland which forms the basin of the River Niger and which is virtually a part of the Wes tern Soudan. The recent annexation of Nigeria by the British government has already led to the interchange of several notes On the subject btween the foreign offi ces of the two countries. By the Anglo-French .agreement of 1890 it was agreed that the French sphere of influence should extend from Algiers on the north to a line drawn be tween Lake Tschad and the tow...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 13 December 1901

i 118 The new raglans cover a great many last winter's dresses. Great Britain says that the Monroe doctrine is all right. What else could it say and be safe? Dr. Depew is looking forward to an exceptionally merry Christmas. He expects to be married Dec. 25. The Bulgarian brigands are disposed to put Miss Stone on the bargain coun ter in order to hurry the cash. It Is suspected that the leonids are keeping out of the way of J. Plerpont Morgan. Some men never find out how much their ' wives affections are actually worth until they have been alienated. Eastward the star of American en terprise points the way. Sleeping cars made in this country are going In sea tions to Russia ' Ruddy Kipling must have had his Fezlets, the sultan of Turkey, in mind when he wrote "The Absent-Minded Beggar," with the refrain of "Pay, pay, pay!" .A Chicago judge has decided that spanking does no good after a child has reached the age of 10 years. The av erage kid thinks it does no good at any time. ' It co...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 13 December 1901

KUPUS X,. LOGAN. B. . O... Kditoi TERMS OK SUB9CRIP ION. One Year In Art va"r- . $1 60 8tx Months In Advancn t 00 1 ADVERTISING HA'-Eri ON AITI. CATIO. JOB WORK OP i.LL KINDS 80I.U ITED. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Every teacher in the state should attend the association meeting in Kansas City, Kansas. ine uaraweii ibel suit is proving both interesting and amusing to Missourians who are not in the ring. Our thanks are due Miss Miss Pattie Bradford an Mrs. Margaret Akers for subsciption to The Profes sional World. Judging from the develop- men of facts brought out by deposition in the Ordwell case, there may be some thing for Attorney-General Crow to do when Mr. ardwell gets through. A copy of the "Excelsior" edited by W. H. Harriaon and S. Z. Herndon of Pleasant Hill, reached us last week. It is a neat newsy paper and! doubtless will succeed. Some few persons who have ordered The Professional World have failed to send in their subscriptions we trust they will do so at once ai we hope to...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.50 Per Year In Advance. Columbia Mo., Friday, December 20, 1901. Vo.. r. No. 8- r CITY N01ES. Dr. J Terr and vife arrix ed Monday from Olarks yille, Texas. It is rumored that the wed ding bells will be ringing all during the holidrys. Mr. John Washington o Kansas City, has been visiting p rents and friends. Mis. F. M. Bradshears and Mrs. Margaret Akers wil spend the holidays in St. Louis. Mrs, Fannie Smith of Mil waukee, Wisconsin, is viiiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Williams. Mias J. Ethel Fowler of the Fred Douglass school will spend the holidays with her parents Xenia, Ohio. Prof, and Mrs. H. A.Clark will attend the State Teachers Association meeting in Kan sas City, Christmas. Miss Carrie Smith of I he Fred Douglrss school will spend the holidays with her parents in Springfield, 111. sr T-i v mr. jjorreet Jjamme ar rived Sunday from Oklahoma Territory to visit his daugh tcrs, Misses Mary and Birdie Jjamme. Master Otis Moore who is attending schoo...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

V MAKIMQ OC4VV fwrte tke Pea erf ml Sabaea hI Am trail late) Oreaa Sana 1 ,oople realise hew completely of cam tha surface aspect of thia 1 td globe of ova ha tee 11 ' imi improved. The Wwrld of tc itr fact, differs from the world . ... eators much aa a society 1!.. :i i:i tha glory of foM and frill uo . t-below, differ from bar sarac latfi -uniting wild la pestilential '(." A art has transformed tha one. I'Tf It the other. Only tha "Midi Kachi-l" who haa mad tha M.rt'A, U ii' exactly "beautiful for evr," at least a pleasant and healthful place wherein to dwell, la no charlatan ith a dray-load of cosmetics and a glib tongue, but a elvll engineer, own ing nothing mora harmful than a few mysterious looking Instruments and a measuring tape. And the marvel of It all la thia that what haa been dona is but an infinitesimal fraction of that which may, and doubtless will, be done. Who can doutot, for Instance, that tha great Sahara desert that o! upor- tbe world's face will one be but a Kei...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

r VINES IN HOMES. FWata Make a Pretty i 1 tke Beadol. aw persons are, perhaps, aware, that a thine of beauty la a eommoa peanut plant, crowing singly la a six or eight-Inch pot and grown Indoors during the colder months. Kept la a warm room or by the kitchen store peanut kernel planted In a pot of lose mellow loam, kept only moderate ly n.-.dt, will soon germinate and Crow up Into a beautiful plant It la la a similar way that the peanut plant era test their seeds every year, begin Bine even early In the winter, and the facility with which the seeds will (row in this way has suggested to many southern flower lovers the pos sibility of making the useful plant an ornamental plant for toe parlor or sit ting room window. As the plant In creases in size and extends Its branch es over the sides of the pot In a pen dant maner, there are few plants of ore Intrinsic beauty. The curious habit of the compound leaves of clos ing together like the leaves of a book on the approach of night or when...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

J TERMS OK SUBSCRIP i ION. One Year In Advance $150 81s Months In .Advuiice 1 00 ADVK'M'IIXU HAiJSS ON APPI.I CATIO . JOB UOIiKOF I.I, KINDS SOI.U IIED. 1TBLISHEO EVKRY FRIDAY., Subscri!e now to the Pko kksionai. World and begin with the new year. Our thanks are due Meseers Alexander and Christopher Hicks for subscriptions to the PROFESSIONal. All announcements pertain ing to church services and church entertainments will be in serted in these columns free of charge, if handed us in due time. It .looks much better for you to support a worthy enterprise and help make a success than for you to tell )'Our neighbor that the reason you don't sup port it is because you think it will be a failure. Columbia Negroes should not allow another Xmas to come and find them without a Negro business house of some kind. Thera is no town in Mo. in which a Nego stock Company store should be more successful than in Columbia. Negrro boys should loam that five dollars earned by the boy who shines shoes is...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

. "ft' "' ... nm "Wits nut, shells, ytslfartb, ge crgstal spares ; totthour swrat tnstc fill Binist fiE'- .J-hl& JJ, 1 :'P$K- V-fc'-P if :

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

Qcw ScnVf 1902. How the Twins Saved Moneu II A NEW YEAR'S STORY II go "&mr By HELEN MORRIS BS HIS twins rushed noisily into the house, caught up their banks, ami rushed out again, elosmg tlie door witu a bang. Aunt Mary glanced up from the book she was reading a look of dis approval on her ic.ceShe t'.iought the twins were not as careful of their money as they should be, and she must discover gome way by which they might be taught economy. Accordingly, after supper that night, she "I have a plan to propose to you, girls," she said. "Hut first how much money have you in the bank, Rachel?" "Not a cent," Rachel answered, promptly. "I gave the last of it to the monkey." "So did I," chimed in Clarice. "Oh, Aunt Mary, he was so cute!" Aunt Mary frowned. She had given them each a quarter only a day or so ago. "Well, that makes you even to start with," she said. "Now, 1 will .U you my plan. I want you each to rave all the money you can from now until New Ycir, then I will take the one w...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

t gwfciMfonal h$0X&. KVVIH I. LOU.4N, II. Q. I)., Editor. COLUMBIA, i I j MISSOURI FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1001. In our homes and out of our homes at this time the reign of Christmas is supreme. Within we make CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS ready to welcome its coming, and without we strive to let its overflow touch hearts and places where joy and abundance are unknown. It takes possession of us, this recurring revelation of what the great birthday means. Mothers, filling the stockings of their little ones beside the nursery fires, remember bare, half-frozen feet uncovered in the wintry snows, and seeing the jolly,.rosy faces over flowing with delight in the light of Christ mas morning, they are glad that little grimy and hunger-pinched children, un known to them, are somewhere in distant quarters receiving some joy of their giving, sent by faithful hands. For this one day they have a sisterly realization of what it means to see a child suffer and be power less to relieve. The man of fashion a...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

(MtvisimnSf 1901. Itcur $eav, 1002 77T PAUL'S NEW YEAR'S GIFT Mil. .yTMWI,, AN AMATEUR SANTA CLAUS HE FOUND THE BABY YEAH IN THE LIBRARY. Paul's little visit at grandpa's was at an end, and h had to come home. The butler oepned the door quietly, and looked down at him with a twinkling eye, writes Marion Dickinson, in Youth's Companion. "Happy New Year, Jenkins!" and the small man skipped into the hall. "Happy New Year, sir!" answered the big man. Paul tugged away at his rubber boots, but was glad of Jenkins' help. "See the skates grandpa gave me!" he said, proudly displaying the shining treasure. "Where's mamma? 1 want to show 'em to her right away." "Your mother says you're to go into the library and wait until nurse comes; then you can go up to see her." "But I want to go now!" Paul objected. Nevertheless, he went obediently into the library. Backing up to his father's easy chair, he was just about to make himself comfortable, when there came a small shriek from the hall and the r...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

2Jcw Ucitv, 1902 THE NIGHT 'FORE CHRISTMAS. By JOE LINCOLN. Most generally at eight o'clock I go up stairs to bed, An' Jes' undress an' say my prayers an cover up my head, An' shut my eyes up good'n tight an' go to sleep, an' then First thing 1 know It's mornln'.nn' time to git up again. Some nights, er course, don't seem so short, like 'fore the Fourth, yer know, Or 'fore a feller's blrthduy, or the night jes' 'fore yer go To visit gran'pa oh, my, yes! they're kinder long, but, gee! The night that comes 'fore Chrls'mus Is a million years to me. Seems's If December, anyway, 's the long est month they Is; The months that's In the summer, why, they go so fast they whiz, But old December crawls along, so kinder slow and late That C'hris'muE keeps so far away seems 's if you couidn t wait. An' when yer've marked off all the days but one, an' that's most through, An' yer've hanged up yer stockin' right 'longside the chimney flue. An' said "Good night" nn' gone upstairs, my, don't the min...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

Christmas, 1901. MR. TEASER'S DILEMMA Bu WILLIAM WALLACE COOK - Mr. Teaser was tt burglar. One Christmas eve he went a-burgling and, in the drawing-room of the entered house, the rays from his bull's-eye lantern fell across sundry presents laid out in a neat array on a table. There was a box of cigars. Mr. Teaser was on the point of setting the lantern down and putting the cigars into a capacious bag which he was carrying when he discovered a card with these words writ ten in a feminine hand: "For Charlie, from his loving wife." He dropped the box as though it were something hot. "Two-fers," he muttered; "friend-killers for Charlie." Placing the bull's-eye on a neighboring chair, its beams directed upon the scene of operations, he dropped into his bag a gold watch, in a plush case, marked: "Ella, from Charlie." He followed the watch with a set of silver spoons and various other knick knacks. Then, as he was about to lower himself out of the window by which lie had en tered, he heard...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

Christmas, 190 1. tyalitina Bvutotntt. Qcvo tytixv, 1002. is-H HP LI) CURMUDGEON gat in his lonely villa and cursed Christ ina. He cursed the compli ments of the season; he cursed the waifs; he cursed Christmas boxes (these with extreme unction); he cursed the Yule log; he cursed turkey and goose, plum pud tliug and mince pie, snap-dragon and Santa Clans in short, he cursed Christmas and all its joys! "Ilap, rap, rap, rap, rap!" A whole-souled knock at the street door. Curmudgeon cursed the knocker, and, in- terceijting the maid in the hall, growled out instructions that he was out. "Out be hanged!" cried a voice through-the letter box. "Bowled out, you mean! 1 sec you, Curmudgeon, by the hat rack. Open the door, my son, or I'll play a tin whistle on the doorstep." Curmudgeon opened the door and confronted his neighbor like a thunderstorm that had made a mistake in the season. "Now, sir, what the dev " "Devil be hanged!" quoth Felix, bursting into the hall like a forlorn hope throug...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 20 December 1901

II 2nv Jcitv, 1902. THE NEtf Y FATHER TIME ( LOQUITUR) MY SKKLE DROOP LOW, MY SAND GLASS RUNS M.0W I SCARCE LIFT MY MLVE HED MUD, AS FAST DOWN THE HILL BE LIS LOME TO ME SHRILL FORTHTELLING A YEAR IS DEAD; BUT NEVER A REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I , and on i nuyr live while the happy die. I WONDER AMD DREAM OF THE CRYSTAL .STREAM " THAT FLOWS WHERE THE ANGELS BE, THE DYING I GUIDE TO ITS WHISP RING TIDE WHICH LEADS TO ETERNITY; BUT NEVER A REVT OR A PAUSE HAVE I , AND ONI MUST LIVE WHILE THE HAPPY DIE. -riTf'X''v? K' v '' ": . t " 1 2 s. V - 'i II ? I rm ' ' v4 Hi THF BELL CHIMES RING OUT WITrt CLAMOROUS SHOUT, THE RACE DOWN THE HILL BEGUN; AND MEIODIES RING, IN MEASURES THAT BRING A MEW YEAR TO EVERY ONE ; ftUT NEVER A REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I , FOR ON I MUST LIVE WHILE THE OLD YEARS DIE . BUT IF THERE BE CARE, YET THE WORLD IS FAIR; AND WORK IS THE CURE OF PAIN; AND T01UMG WILL BLESS WITH ITS STEM! CARESS THE TASK DONE WITH STRESS AND STRMN; SO ON T MY JOURNFY IN PEACE GO I , WHILE OTHERS ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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